Title: The daily news
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00260
 Material Information
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 30, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079904
Volume ID: VID00260
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296134
alephbibnum - 002075047
lccn - sn 96027187
 Related Items
Preceded by: Collier County news
Succeeded by: Naples daily news

Full Text
f


;'


.t''MRY OF' FLQ8lPA HISTORY J!

Weather Outlook 1 TIDES it


Partly I cloudy tonight sod Thursday !r High. Lew

with t few brief local: showers p ..... p... .... p...
mainly during sfttrsioons. Low tonight & N Sept JO ':40 9:4T: 11:54 1:2
1)
In the 70. High Thursday 88 t oilier t\US Oct. 1 8:21 11:22: 242 IJJOft. :

to 12. Southeasterly. winds 10 to 2 ':40 10S4: 1:44: 4:24

20 mile am hour. Small craft oun Oct. S 10:37: 11:20 4SO: SS

hould not venture far Into the 7 Oct. 4 11:24 11)42) I:Ia JJ:

Gulf. Add one hour for Marco

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1964 12 PACES 10 CENTS 41it YEAR NUMBER 43 Add one hour, Naples Bay bridge



.

( Ar n .iI'D'I".-.'.. ".' i.. Corps Says Project Too CostlyHurricane o?


.
l i \



The or DiKeo


BUKAVU, Tb Congo (AP)- n
Congolese army b.ldquarter.1IIB'an
claimed Us troop killed ML' :J 4
30 robot Tuesday 20 mils wt
of lbs KJvu Province capital. tot'
Plan
B wu the nut connrmatlonof fAJT Rejected

rumor that robel triboimon
again wen moving on the east.
Ira Congo -city. A rebel attack
on Bukavu wa repulsed lat The cost of a hurricane dike, lion plan for the Naples area es In the protected area, but
month. Many whites bar fled to protect the Naples area from under study for nearly six year*. find that the cost of such a plan
to neighboring Rwanda. flood tides, would exceed the The report notes that a public would exceed the benefit," the
Military authorities said the jA '. benefit, the U. S. Army Corp hearing was held regarding the notice said. "Accordingly, the
clash with the rebels resulted of Engineer in Atlanta reported plans In November 1958 In Fort project 1* not recommended for
from a probing action by the r yesterday Myers. Federal participation at this
CommuNst-backed Insurgent frt So t he Corps It mX recommend. "The property along Naples time."
and that another attack wu lug that the federal government Bay and the adjacent Gulf Coast It notes that the report Is being
likely. assist In the cost building sucha I* damaged by storm-tidal flood. referred for review to the Board
: structure.Thengineersappar.ently lug and waves," A. C. Welling of Engineers for Rivers and Har.
BONN, Germany (AP) have had hurrlcane-prut division engineer, wrote In the bon, Washington 23, D.C. In.
Communist East Germany notice. "Storms of hurricane In. rested parties may present
want a long-term credit of tensity pass within 50 miles written views on the report to
several hundred million mark A of the Naples area on an averaged the Board, to arrive In Washing
from West Germany, an Eco. slL Early PeaceHopes once in about four years,causing ton by October 27.
nomlc Ministry spokesman said : extensive damage." "Statements submitted should

Tuesday. Hurricane Donna 1980passed not repeat material previously
Other Bonn officials said
the directly over Naples and brought presented or contained In their
ened East German r.gimthreat.. FadingIn eight-foot storm tides that Inundated (Board of Engineers) reports, u
reprisal against the big much of the south hall Information Is already avail
trade between West ------ --
Germany of town, plus areas on the east. able to the Board. Information
and West Berlin If Its demandsare FIRE PREVENTION WEEK October 4-10 . will be given proper .rn shore of the Bay. submitted should be new, sped

The not met.spokesman would not recognition in Collier County by organizations represented by this GM StrikeDETROIT "Th reporting officer developed tic In nature, and bear directlyContinued
shown in session. From a plan which would eliminate
specify the amount sought but group a planning left they are : John Wag
said the Communists want It to goner, Fir' Prevention Week chairman for the Naples Jaycees : Clyde (CAP) Chances practically all tidal-flood dam ag. ( on page 2)

run for 8 to 10 ,.ar.. The business Chesser, assistant chief and G. P. Rmer. chief of the Naples lire appeared slim today for settlement .
newspaper Handelsblatt Department ; Henry Caballero, representing the Collier County As. before next week of a

put the figure at 500 million sociation of Insurance Agents, Inc., and Rae Hendrix, coordinator of nationwide strike that has Mo.cutoff Dock Strike To Tie
then of General
produ Up
marks, about $125 million. activities
planned for the week See Etory. (NEWS photo) tor's 1965 automobiles.Top .
Trade between the two partsof I
for both GM
divided Germany amounts to negotiator

Increasing.$500 Th million United a year States and and has some been Stop Fires, Save LivesAimOf LouisianaIn and they Union the did indicated United not expert Auto Tuesday to Workers reach that 500 Ships At Midnight

agreement on national and local
other members of the North -
Atlantic alliance oppose credit differences by this weokend.If NEW YORK (AP) Presl. when the employers accepted _
of more than fir you to Com. Fire Prevention Week"Stop Path prolonged, the strike could dentlal mediator worked with some modifications the
have a setlous effect on thenation's
munlst nation against the clock today trying to long list of settlement proposals
booming economy. GM prevent a strike by 60,000 dockworkers
LONDON AP An Atlantic and surprise and exciting climax"to said that made by the presidential media.
( ) fire save lives" hourly.rated employesIn In ports from Maine to Ion
panel.
alliance strike force steaming will be a motto stressing Fir the demonstration planned for plants struck by the UAW are Texas at midnight.
toward the Bay of Biscay for Prevention Week which has been Friday October 9, but details Of HildaNEW losing more than $7 million In A walkout by the AFUCIO the The union negotiators rejected
the final phase of NATO war announced for October 4 through were not released. dally wages.A International Longshoremen's package.
games says Soviet chips have 10. A number of organizations Fire drill In th*various county major stumbling block to Association would tie 'up more The major obstacle to settle
relaxed their watch on the naval have combined effort to give the schools art part of the plan ORLEANS (AP- TropIcal getting some quarter-million than BOO United Stale and for. mont has been the proposal for
exercise. special week proper recognitionIn during the week. Assistance will Storm Hilda was slanting up workers back on the assembly sign-lag chips. gradual reduction of the site of
"To our knowledge' only one Collier County. be offered In this effort by the the Gulf of Mexico today and lines was more than 17,000 local A partial break In the three general cargo work gang from
Russian trawler and one submo.rtn Fire Departments In North and fir department to each locality.Th growing more violent each hour. aUh.plant demands coveringsuch month deadlock In contract 20 to 17 men In exchange for a
are still shadowing the East Naples and the City of posters produced by, the Th Weather Bureau said Hil. subjects a* company-fur negotiations turn early today guaranteed annual wag for
fore," UjB. Navy Capt. Fredeiv. Naples will combine efforts with elementary students, and suits da, heading for the: Louisiana nlsliod coverall, lurker rooms longshoremen.. ', .. ".
Ick C. Turner, operations officer the Naples Jaycees, and the Cot. ble brochures stressing fir pro.ventlon Mississippi and Alabama coast and parking lots. Tli* an1n1h ,.**
of the Blue Strike fleet, told ller County Association of Insurance week will be dlstrtouted at 14 m. p. h. wa likely to The UAW called the strike against any cut In work"gang
newsmen Tuesday night. Agdnts to stress again the throughout the county, Hendrix reach hurricane fore. last Friday despite virtual Expect More six*.
The task force S3 ships, 80 importance of preventing fires. said.Hendrix At 4 a. m. her Ugliest) winds agreement on an economic Employer negotiator hare
plane and 21,000 men has All elementary schools In the announced that Henry were estimated at 68 m. p. h. package similar to one already refused for a long time to settle
been carrying out simulated County han been asked to partic. Caballero, fir prevention week near the center of the whirling acceded by the union from Vaccine TodayIn on any other Issues I until agree.
attacks with both conventional Ipate In a "poster contest" as chairman for the Collier County storm. Gales and squalls extend.ed GM's chief competitors Ford ment on the work gang else had
and nuclear weapons against a preliminary to activities sched. Association of Insurance Agents about 120 miles to the north and Chrysler.It been reached. The employer
targets In Norway, Denmark uled for the week October 440. Inc., will be assisted in the pro. and cast of the center and about calls for higher tensions as Lee County contend that modern method of
and Britain. First, second and third grade gram In Everglades by Don CO mile to the southwest.The an early retirement Inrntlve. handling cargo require even
STOCKHOLM AP Police students will produce posters In Rlndy, and by Carroll Roney In vulnerable and expensive longer vacations, additional FORT MYERS: (AP Thi.dly' less than 17 men In a work
( ) one category while the upper Imraokalee. John Waggoner, oil well rig In the offshore area holidays, Increased wages and supply of smallpox vac. gang.
, broadcast urgent warnings three elementary grades will be Naples fireman, has been named were bracing for a big blow. other Improvements cine was expected to be roplen. The New York Shipping A._
Sweden fol.
throughout today fire prevention week chairman The rigs thickest along the shed today after a reported caseof elation represents more than 190
In another. Although some minor
lowing the theft of enough poll progress the disease depleted all shipping and stevedoring com.panle .
by the Naples Jaycees Louisiana coast, Instituted on
on to kill thousands. Ra* Hendrix, who 1* acting asa has been reported at the
Fire Chief G. P. Rlner and "Phase 1" of hurricane hand. *.
coordinator of the program precau. bargaining table both sides
The who also stole ,
burglar, a
The Leo County H.althDepart. Assistant Secretary of Labor
J scheduled for the week announcedthat Assistant Chief Clyde Chesser lions Tuesday. That sends all agreed that discussions on local
morphine solution, took more ment Tuesday reported a60 James J. Reynolds head of the
ribbons for three places will will direct activities of the floating equipment not necessaryto Issues were moving slowly. -year ,
than two pounds of pUocarplnlhydrochloridum
old Negro yard worker presidential called
from a pnar. be awarded In each school In Naples Fire Department expect the immediate job heading '7 1 hope the tempo will top up came panel, the
down with what association's
was action "a
ed toparUdpat.promlnentlydur. shoreward for safe clinically very
anchorage. "
each of the two categoric as the week progresses, said
I at
, macy laboratory SundsvaH log the week.Urges '* the third time this diagnosed as smallpox. The do. major effort to conclude anagreement"
In addition "an alJ.cbool"winn.r year Louis G. Seaton, CM vice prest.
1 190 miles north of Stockholm.The .
partment Is awaiting confirm on the basis of thepanel'
that offshore rig hare moved
will be selected In each dent heading the company'sbargaining
soluble In water Is
poison, lion from the Stat Board of recommendation "with
Into hurricane How.
school and the prize for this hon precaution team.
Woodland
used la for
eye drop glaucoma "
Health laboratory In Jackson. certain modification
ever there have been no serious
or will be a transistor radio,
, sufferers. _____ Hendrix said. Owners To Check storms in the area In two years Till. Contracts agreed on here to
Meantime Dr. W. Law. cover longshoremen from Main '
Joseph
MOSCOW CAP) Pravda Fire Prevention Week will be Find HurricanesScared
j PartyPaper rence, Lee County health dlrec. Norfolk, Va., traditionally sot
the Soviet Communist climaxed In Naples with a demon Salvage Timber MIAMI AP-Troplcal Storm l'l'to
(
tor, urged all non-lm muni ted the pattern for South Atlanticand
today the Off Only
#. reported as.cue stratlon of fin fighting equip. TALLAHASSEE: (AP) State Hilda deluged Cuba's Plnar Del to got vaccinations Gulf Coast ports.Shipping .
persons a*
of five Soviet
, sailors meet by the Naples Fir Depart. Forester Hux Coulter urged Rio Province with a 13-lnch rain
Few Of TouristsMIAMI soon u posslbl Also he laid companies have
,
J trapped In the submerged cabin ,
meat in Gambler Park on Friday woodlands owners today to chock that threatened destruction of
J of an overturned barge for near. October 9, at 7:30 p.m. for salvageable timber its rich tobacco crop, Havana persons with vaccinations five or rushed cargo loading and ad.
. ly nine hour toppledby (AP)-Only a few vis. more year old should be re- vanced sailing dales to get their
Prize for the contest
poster hurricanes Cleo and Dora. Radio reported today. itors were scared off by the two vaccinated. ships at sea before the strike
Pravda said three member winner will be awarded at this He said also property shouldbe Rivers flooded In Plnar Del
hurricanes which smacked Into Lawrence declined deadline.
to reveal Forty-Ire ships are
of a navy rescue team and a Urn. Rio and the lain of Pine
checked to determine on
'J wheth.
border guard bad been decoraU Florida this month. the name ot the smallpox victim scheduled to sal today before f
Hendrix announced the Naples and
or standing water can damage south of Havana heavy rain
The Florida
Association of
ed for heroism. Fir but said h* lived U the Negro midnight.
Department baa planned "a The flood lore
timber. was ItWlall1nc.
1 Convention Bureaus, meeting section of the city with his tam. If the longshoremen strike,
J many fishing boats loose from hero Tuesday, In closed session, Uy. Lawrence said the victim ap. President Johnson could act
their the Island and
mooring on
oJ said only one meeting was poet parently became Infected from under the national emergency
swept them downstream pound and one wa canceled. someone else because b* had not provisions of the TafUHartley
Cuban officials warned that
Both were In Jacksonville been out of the county recently. Act to get a federal court injunction
when the rain stops, farmer Florida convention bring In This wa the first case of sending the men backto
; r; : fumigate all seed tobacco or lose about $2 billion a year, accordIng smallpox reported In the county work for an 8&day() cooUng-otf
Del Rio the
the Plnar
,
crop.
to the
association, and com. sine the department started period while negotiations contInu. -
of Cuba
easternmost
province
petition Is keen. keeping records la 1950. .
produce almost all of the country .
'* fine tobacco, which I* sea
end only to sugar as fidel Cas.
tro's main source of revenue.
4fl'j All ship and plane traffic wu
J at a standstill on the Isle of
l Pines after two day of rain.The
; Las Cuts River which runs r y, ..wy
through the capital city Nuevt tar
r
Gerona, was on a rampage.In .
Plnar Del Rio, several rlv.

*r* swept out of their bank. a l;
The radio broadcast gave no

damage estimates..
w, .
I. I '


Migratory Dove

Season Opens

Saturday NoonTALLAHASSEE

(AP) -Flor. hJ
Ids' 1994 migratory dov hunt..
M tag season opens at noon Satur.

r day In 61 counties.Th .
: ; Florida Game and FreshWater efL
h v Fish Commission said
bunting would be allowed dally 4 r

from noon until sunset until Nor.S. ? ,,
: IEw" I- a e
i
_ ire,,
Hunting I* dosed In Brevard
.. Flaunt, Volusla and St. Johns -
--- ---- --- ---- -
counties, In Surater county north
TilE FLORIDA PGA Golf Tournament, an annual event at the Beach of Stat Highway 4S, In Putnam

Club begins October 19, and it means a busy time for the ladle of County east of the st. Johns Rlv.r .

the Hospital Auxiliary who have assisted over the years to make the and In Franklin County's Ak

event a success. Committee members have already been making plans Bgator Point. ":" .' ,I--" "" /
...I ...] NEA Telephoto)
and H. B. Watkins ST., co-own-r of the Beach Club is questioneabout The dally bag limit I I. 12; pow.session It"':" ..
limit Is 24 birds. BEST SFILKRScores: of people braved Wnhinjrton'i early morning rain to purchase
identification by Mrs. L. F. Richard Pitt-
tap and Mrs
Gwaltney (c) Hunting licenses are available copies of the Warren Commission' Report at the Government Printing Office. A majority)
man. (McGrath( photo) from county Judges. seemed to be buying the more expensive/ clothbound edition.



-\ J


... .. - . - ... .. -- ... ...; 4 . r o- '
---- - - - -



- - - '
...J n n - n n -- - -
--
I r 1 I 1"j




2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N*pl, )*.' Fl< W.rf, S.pt...."., 30 I91x Attend

'Chinese Nuclear Bomb Thirty



1'" : ." '* Civil DefenseMeeting

:, ,
'
.,, './: 1'1I''"! I Complicates Viet War
'. ; t v

y I4a
/f. WASHINGTON (AP) The WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. HereThe

expected explosion of a nuclear sources believe that althoughRed a v rr a
( test bomb by Red China threat. China now has the capability .
rs.arsaua Conference on Civil [D'.
difficulties of setting off Us first atomic >
tns new risks and
Ilir for Public Officials ,
tense hell fat i
.I>"; for the United States In trying to explosion it Is still yearn away the Beach Club this m"rHl'i,'

ti keep the war in South Viet Nam from becoming a major nuclear was attended by about 30 c','lint',
t
in bounds and eventually to wina power. '
{ aA city and other public oflin ii]
wstiiwa limited victory there. Thursday the Peking re. u
of Palm
J. E Buchanan 11"0'' '
r, The chief risk foreseen here li glme's 15th anniversary is the state director of the soon", ;,
that Red Chinese triumph In the earliest date in Washington ,
Civil Defense Area, noted! ,
yM1 ,. li.r l ,l nuclear field may make it much speculation on the timing of In .
small turn out respi t ,
more difficult for the United China's nuclear debut.
States to persuade Red China This guess is based on the about 75 personal Invltatli t" pout
the and cum , .
GDeODWNDUSTRIES by governor I
that Communists' for unveiling
and North Viet Nam they penchant
Collier
i ed "It appears (
qr
: "
can't win in South Viet Nam and new developments on ,
is afflicted with a bit of ,,
e1 "
i
will have to pay an increasing their anniversaries. Other estimates
regarding dangers of njt .,' .d i
cost to keep the war going, ranged into 1965.
, tpDPY The United States Is confront. While eventual Communist ( or man made disasters"The
meeting here toda .
i ed by two overriding problemsIn Chinese success In building an
one of 25 being held throng" ',
Viet Nam. atomic bomb has been predicted a .
- the state, sponsored by the I1(',r.
The most immediate and for years, an unusual statementby
potentially the most dangerousIn Secretary of State Dean THE YOUNG CITIZENS CLUB , in its 15th rear under the directionof Ida Institute for Continued r' .

the short run Is the problemof Rusk Tuesday disclosed a recent Mrs Lila Huhardc at Shadowhwn School , will be led by this verslty Studies (FICUS) ai, : I ,(

a 7 preventing a political co!. conclusion by U.S. strate. croup of officers shown In a business meeting From left they are : Florida Civil Defense AH."
,
lapse in the battered and war. gists that Peking's preparationshave Rebecca iller. tieasuier.: Terry Waggoner, vice president ; Pedro Tommy Civil Defense Kehoe,director Collier c".'II' ?
weary little country which has reached the point where U Blanco Thon. RichardM ty "Ieij.ed i .
president : and Pamela: secretary. County Judge the meeting, Introduciiu i I' .
been rocked series of can fire its nuclear device at
by a
gov.
Stanley will address the club at its next meeting October 9. chanan who spoke briefly un' ) it
crises the time.
ernment during past any
)
(NEWS photo
11 months. U.S. sources declined to sped .purpose.
to fy what Col. IL W. Tarkington, sl ,".
The present U.B. answer new Intelligence data
t1A this problem Is to provide all. has convinced them that the Sarda Exercise director of Civil Defense addn.
out to Premier Chinese Reds have arrived at sed the group via colored aims" i ,i
-- support Nguyen Victim Got Accused ..
Slayer touched the ,
film. He on nearn
Khanh in the hope that he will the edge of an atomic blast.
TINY DACHSHUND finds a cozy resting place prove capable of guiding his But having reached this con. Survival To Be of Cuba and its threat to Fl,, r.
Industries bag while exchanging ad. divided elusion it Ida. He said that a nucleai 'I 'r -
in a Goodwill and embattled people was said, the State
miring glances with Dorothy Barber 7. of St. through the present governmentcrisis. Department put out Rusk's Out Of Mental Institution was not likely but as Ion' .&
Held Oct. 3.4 have the
On other nations
Petersburg One thing for certain ; the pup won'tbe statement as a way of toning weap i ''t

in the bag on Ottob-r 7. That' the day Dottie A broad outline of UJ5. policy down the reverberations from a SaturdayOctober 3 and Sunday Is possible.
,
was given Tuesday In a speech Chinese nuclear explosion whenit DETROIT (AP) Accused charges of first degree murderIn Santa Exercise He said programsaspreseutrlthis i
and other school children in this section of Florida October 4, a I
aimed to ,, .
morning bring m '
j.erstandlng
in Tokyo by Assistant Secretary does come. afenurderer: William Gravlln the slaying of Judy. Survival East and South will be
their schools for
filled Goodwill to
return bags of State William Rusk said China's released from mental "We've of the Civil Deft '0('
P. Bundy who first atomic was a got as much of a court conducted Jointly by Civil and
pickup b>' the hire-the-handlcapped oiganlzation. Is presently on a visit to Japan hot "might occur In the near hospital last year largely be case with one victim as with Federal organizations as strain. Program, which is vital b<, tic!

The jobs of :.MO handicapped men and womenat and Korea. Bundy is one of the future" and If so, "we shall cause of the pleadings of his ..ven." Lang said. Ing exercise to assure the ef. nation, state andcommuntq.1.d "

Goodwill depend on clothing" and other articles top Washington( officials directly know about It and will make the wife, the Institution's clinical Authorities sought a motive fectlve use of general aviation understand, and to know, i
"
donated by the public, responsible for UJS. policy In Information public." director said Tuesday. for the bloody slaying. resources in the time of a allay fear, he said.
Southeast Asia "The United States," he add. Cravlln's wife, Belle, 40, was Psychiatrists found "homlcl.! national Emergency. Actual air. R. C. Stewart-Sidney, co, rdl!.k a

"We do not aim at overthrow. ed, "has fully anticipated the one of seven relatives he Is dal tendencies" In Gravlln In lift of the exercise will atlon Civil Defense Exter.sl .
Dike. . ings, notice to that effect will tog the Communist regime of possibility of Peking' entry Into accused of killing.According 1961, when he was examined be portions conducted during daylight Program for FICUS speaking tc, h.b

Continued from be mailed to all known Interest.ed North Viet Nun," Bundy said, the nuclear weapons field and to Prosecutor WU. following a knife attack on his hours only. the group pointed out that, "i 1 .v. m
( page 1) parties prior to final action "but rather in inducing to call has taken it Into full account In Dam Lang Gravlln admittedthe cousin's wife. Sarda which means State and U Defense) is not a magical ,>r. b,

on the findings in the report. Welling said.COllies off the war it directs and supports determining our military DOS. ax and hammer slayings of The felonious assault charge Region Defense Airlift constl. ganizatlon to appear In the tin bo
Hearings will be held only on of th.engineers'report in South Viet Nam. ture and our own nuclear weap. his wife, his daughter Bette Sue, resulted in three years' proba. totes the annual Florida Wing of disaster but the combined u. pi
written requests explaining the are available for one dollar from Bundy also said that expan. one program" S; and his stepchildren B.n. 17; tlon and a proviso that Gravlln CAP Civil Defense and as such forts of all the people and tJ ,
,
need to present material nut in. the District Engineer, U.S.Army slon of the war beyond South U.S. sources made these Judy, 16; Borne, 15; Paul 12; take psychiatric treatments at reimbursement, for aircraft, vehicle whole governmental structui tlC
eluded in the report," the notice Engineer District, Box 4970, for a disaster SII'! jw
Viet Nam Is not a course of points and Walter, 10. Pontiac State Hospital a mental fuel and lubricants, and preparing
stated. Jacksonville Checks or money action which the United States -The Initial nuclear test Gravlln stood mute at his Institution. communications one befall the nation or the 'i. h
If the Board of Engineers is orders should be made out to wants but one which "could be would still leave Red China along arraignment Tuesday on The hospital clinical director Mission Commanders will be mjnlty,"

not convinced of the soundnessof the Treasurer of the United forced upon us by the Increased way to go before achievinga Robert Braun, said that Grav. located at Page Field (Fort My. He explained the role of tin Isp'

the reporting engineers' find. States.IKT'S external pressures of the Com. first-lass nuclear arsenal.By Iln's premature release In July ers) which Major Ray Griffith Red Cross in time of disasterby '

munists," Including a rising exploding a bomb now, 1963 resulted in part from re. Group 8 commander will be nature and in a man made W
scale of infiltration. Peking would use up most of Its Johns Williams peated urglngs by the patient's Mission Commander Gilbert disaster also the role of Civil

'I1JttJJl4fj- In giving that new warning present atomic fuel supply. Its wife.Braun Airport Winter Haven and Defense in each Instance. t1at
tf" that the war might be expanded fuel manufacturing capability U said the woman "com Gainesville Municipal Airport, Sidney reviewed technilog\ atd.
-/IfI'/ because of Communist actions limited and years more wouldbe Resign From mented on the notable change In Gainesville. There will be advances in weapons created ) I d.m

) Pp Bundy appeared to strike a noteIn needed to build up a stock his disposition" as the treat personnel from Fort Myers nations and pointed out how the nlII

conflict with the tone of a pile The Chinese have yet to Probe mauls continued. Braun also CAP Punta Garda CAP Clewis. Civil Defense Program had to be
H-1 statement made about the same develop the sophisticated rock. Group said a thorough study of Grtv. ton c"p., and Naples \.RAP revised to keep pace. In the bee
: TALK ,\IMHT OMMHUIM. >IV.Sou'v Urn by President Johnson eta which an atomic power na. TALLAHASSEE AP Iln's records Just two months The situation of the Sarda ginning of the atom age whet!'
"I want to be cautious tlon needs to deliver its war. ( ) Sens. ago showed "no mental weak bombs were carried by planes
> alerted )uur lund, 'UU'H' gut l your plan, and very Charley Johns of Starke and as set up by Civil Defense is
Johnson said "In heads. nesses that might have made there was time for evaeuoitl l,
now: you art dun la the bimlneim uf building. It'sbi dropping Robert Williams of Gracevllle an airlift exercise based on the
bombs that would involve our Peking could use its early him dangerous to society." Today with missile delivers at
ihooHr builder with W resigned today from the contro. effect of a simulated nuclear
a InvrHtmerit NU cue tart
your boys In Asia with 700 million atomic development for propa. Lang said marital difficulties the war heads there Is little time
attack on the United States east
trry proud uf our repulaliun for quality and intC',. Chinese. We're not going north ganda and nuclear blackmail veislal Legislative Com. may have been Involved In the River not to for this protective measure:
mlttee of the Mississippi ,
in the latest show of
city at our cffiret't spent over ten years In and drop bombs at this stage of against non-atomic Allan neigh era dissatisfaction In the gen. slaylngs. Include Wisconsin Michigan Evacuation plans are giving a\1 ,1

Naplm building U. Ve guard it carefully, Won't you the game and we're not going bors. Johns who has been on group the The seven bodies were found Illinois and Indiana. The area to community shelters.

slop In and dihunin Itttmu U8 construct YOLK: new south and run out and let the China's first nuclear explosion committee throughout( its nine Tuesday morning when a Madison Involved Is now in a post.attack, A film portrayed the stru,Je;
commercial buildinv! Commies take over." may be relatively small Heights patrolman, Ronald ed environment where levels tt 14 j>ravide community shelters
of existence
said' he
years .
the first UA test in 1M9!! was It Pearcheway caused
"JAIi7l1tWYt71l As for 'the larger questions of hoped no replacements would be sent to the Grav. radio activity have diminished by apathy, reslstanc
kilotons and Is expected to lie home after tip from Earl Increased and m i ifllctlng
a expenditures
how to the war to
try tp bring t appointed.He sufficiently to permit air activ.
conclusion no major US. policy take place above ground confident told Senate President Wil. Stone. fly Into designated airports The opinions.
-U.s. monitors are Stone phoned authorities and Other speakers Included t Ii
changes are expected until after son Carraway of Tallahassee in Governor of Florida has Instituted c'
MI 2.2096 478 6th St., S. the November election. they can spot a Chinese explo. a letttrs said Gravlln had told him: recovery plans and has ert Kohler and Robert Culbet.son \
sloe above ground. How longafter "Call the police I killed my Pe. two university scientist. re.
"I would suggest that you not requested airlift support. St.
Chinese explosion the In that house last week.
a family viewing the dangers from 1 Lout
replace me on the comm ttee tersburg-Clearwater International
UA announcement of It would end."
and the shelters can
part pu
and I feel like the other mem. Airport St. Petersburg has
come depends on how much Police said each of the bodies in made disaster
a man
bars been designated as the recelv.
of the committee all of
ANNOUNCINGOUR cross checking of the monitor. bore a note Identifying it and
whom are outstanding membersof Ing base In Florida for the acceptance
Ins Information Is required. the Legislature will realize saying: of aircraft, personnel COLUMBUS: OhIo, AP< >

there is very little that can be "I love you. J'm" sorry. Itcouldn't and material. When Hans. a aentrv d?.t.Loikbiume c

accomplished In the few months be helped Th. area around the airport Alt Farr II., r

Air Command'sCommunications that remain prior to the 1965 Is a disaster area and requires broke I fang on a fence 'l'\i?I

session of the Legislature, and airlift support. Planned missionswill narian Don Waldrup and ,I, ,it,i,. oc:

that they will close the office, Views include: Airlift of emergency officers Ralph Garcia end I ,",., oc:

Tested By LBJ lock up the records and save Emperor personnel, blood plasma and other Bigalke tackled repair,
the taxpayers of Florida the re. materials; aerial surveillance Now, although he may rwl i \'. K

1 OM"'HA. Neb. (AP) Presl. maunder of the $155,000 approp. Wedding Of Son of surface traffic; air courier the handsomest sentry dog K
ANNUALCLEARANCE dent Johnson tried out the elation" and message: : service; air-borne bane,llans|l is the m.isi ii l 1.1",1 Iec:

Strategic Air Command's com. Williams, who was vice chair. relay station; radiological mon. The fang he damaged i is r 101 'CII
munlcatlons network during his man of the committee noted In On TelevisionTOKYO Uorlng; and radio capped.

visit in the underground head. his letter to Carraway that since

quarters here Tuesday the staff of the committee (AP)-Prince Yoshl,
"This is the President. If you resigned two weeks ago "I feel 28, younger son of Emperor HI. ::

can hear me, give me verlflca. it would be most difficult to doa rohlto and third In line to the c c:

\ tlon," the chief executive said. creditable Job in the few Japanese throne married a NOON STOCKS c:
His voice was heard at approximately months which remain prior to member of the former nobility c
SP clell
Bright 79! SAC unit command the convening of the 1965 ses. today Inside the Imperial palare c

110 posts throughout North slop of the Florida Legislature." grounds His parents watched c:
l rk loan SALE! America and In areas of the The resignations leave the foi. the lO.minute traditional Shinto NEW YORK (AP- Stu< k. at men? c:

199e1'THURSDAY free world and In dozens of lowing legislators still on the ceremony on television.The AWsChal Z2 Ford 581/4 Penney '19''I. c IeIe:

missile launch control centers In committee Rep. Richard Mitch. marriage of the prince Alcoa 1151h FrmstDa 131/ PER 38'r

the United States, but there was eU of Leon County as chairman and his bride, Hanako Tsugaru AmCan 44t,' FreptSul 42 PepCo1a 59J I Iec

no response Sen. William Young of St. pet. 23, ended a five.year search by AmCyan 59" FruehTr 33314 PhllMor 791' I

"That's a one-way conversa. rsburg, and Reps. Bill Owensof the Imperial household for a AmMot 111h GenDyn 37% PhillPet 53'2' coco coc
tlon," Gen Thomas 8. Power Martin County and Leo suitable consort for the prince. AT&T 119 CienEI 893/4 RCA 32.1,
SAC commander explained. Jones of Bay County Crown Prince Aklhlto and 'mTob 351h CienFds 91 RepStl 491, c:

FRIDAY SATURDAY "W. give commands and they Mitchell said earlier this week other members of the royal 'mpXCp 183fs CienMWs 43"'s"' Revlon 37 I coco coc
follow orders They're not Inter. that he planned an informal family watched from chairs Anaconda 54 CienMtra 991/4 ReyTob 441' i
ested In talking bark." gathering of the investigating alongside the gravel courtyard. Armour 49'1. Goodrich 58 StlhegP 33'\ I c c

OCTOBER 1-2-3 committee in the Tampa Dem. Opposite them sat Premier Babcock 351/4 Ooodyr 46'Seaboard 54'B&0 ': c

ocratlc Caucus. Hayato Dceda and his wife, oth.er 401,4 Greyhd 233/4 Sears 133'BethStl r
r Mustard Is grown extensively members of the Cabinet 4W. Gult Oil 591/4 Sinclair 46'' ,
in the United States Boeing 117 c
C members of Japan's former IntHa" 83' Socony 84' .
WhitesellAn noble families and a small con. Borden 7'7 IntNlck 855, SouthnC 64 c

THE tlngent from the press, radio Brunswk 81/4/ Intpap 361/4' SperryR 14',
Infant daughter of Mr. and and television. CaterTr Jones&L 85 StBrand 7'; \J c
BIG MARKDOWNS Mrs. Joseph H. Whitesell of Eu. The search for a bride for Celanese 68Ys KalsAI 3254 StONJ 8il' J c

., t3iq. CqpJtm genla Street died Tuesday at Yosht began in 1959, following Chrysler CocaCola 1351f4 1131/4 Ken'cott 92h 1 Studebak 61' a c c
Naples Community Hospital. Aklhito's marriage Yoshl was lJg&My 84 Swift C,4 C
: Besides her parents she Is survived seldom consulted. He met Ha. Com Ed 533fs Loch'd 374 Texaco 83'', c
by two brothers, Peter and nako last February ConEdls 1141/4 LorWard Thiokol 13', c

GGCm Daniel Whitesell; paternal grand The search among Japan's 950 ContCan '483/4 Mag"vox 297/4"' UCarb I cc
,1\ parents, Mr. and Mrs HenryC. blueblood families was compll. DowChe 7414 MplsHon UnttAlrc 159'e cc--
AND Whitesell of Largo and a ,cated because the prospective duPont 272'4 MM&M 1,4 USSteel 62 cc

maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ma. princess had to be shorter than E"'L 32 Mons'to 8531. UntvMat lj'! cc

ON p.'COUNTRY rle Stenson of Hollydale, Calif. 'the S.foot-3-lnch prince, had to Firestone E.Kodak 134 4431'4 MontWd 39314 West'El 40 cc
Funeral arrangements will be '
be younger and could not benearsighted NatDair 825/ 'HnnDiI lR'I c
CLUB announced later b>' the Earl G. an imperial family FlaPw 511/4 NatDist 271ft Woolwth 29. c:
Hodges Home. I trait. FlaP&L 82"e N.AmAy 05S c
b with the hestFACILITIES c:

FLOOR SAMPLES SOFAS DINETTES ''I] SUGAR SUPPLIES ENERGY c:
c:
:, CHAIRS BEDROOM GROUPS LAMPS FLY NAPLES c:
In Southwell "oida
f'
PICTURES ASH TRAYS BED SPREADS for Country Club '' l\IIAl\1I cc

DRAPERY MATERIAL ENDS OF BOLTS LIVING'ooLrINo c c
c::

ODDS & ENDS . ; New Vear Round Daily Schedule cc

II k.i* Ck'iK'i'*iki' fell mictll Naples To c:
'.' m4i.. Itr ,1.l r. Miami cc

This is a real clearance sale to make way for new mer SWIMMING . 745AM. II :30 AM 345PM: c c:

chandise. Save during this big once a year event 1.,1 AAUnt, iMmttrtliipt peel 73' 140 t.'eil s.10'ath ltHOMESITES. spl 9ro MUrf.l; To |"* c c::
: A.M. 2,5PM", c::
5.00 PM. c::
. .
cc
The ,.""*'*' kcmttilti art ideal l C..mlo.a .* Rr..tI.... to .?, point ,I. the world c
t., tee k. Cu.'" Clxk li.,.| 1 ::
WEST COAST FURNITURE Co. t. S.ul....' H 1.,4. r NAPLES AIRLINES c c:

,. Tate fail .f Staff AWSMI ... Sug+ Naples Airport Conco.r.e 1 Miami Alrpo"" c c::
Iron US 41 MI 2-J4J4 c::

/ 860 6 Avenue South 'IRON MI 2 san City richt eWe agla. Tr'1. AUllt1 NE _4-iatl 4 Cornea L c

_





....-
_



s ti

wrI 1 I .



::1
:OLUU COUNTY NCWS, Nat[ r'., Wt,f ..,'.... JO, l.64 3



dJ L :Waif21ll:;; Teen Agers'Dance Opens ,'




New BuildingThe I' r '

*/
sound of music' will tint
\ V\t I M.\RriNMr :i forth for the first time In the r
new Tahitian style Community I
Center commonly known as the _
Center In ampler
Recreation ,
.nC lT1l and Mrs. Harvey Carter are back in town. They Park next Saturday night
left 111 May and spent the summer abroad. During their The occasion will also be a
twc weeks in Sweden they frequently saw Mr. and "first" event for the newly or. a
ganlzed Teen Club of Napleswhich 1
Mrs Axel Johnson, who were guests of the Carters in Is sponsoring the October i '
4
.. Naples last winter. Since they sold their home in Scars 3 dance. :tip

e. dale N Y Mr. and Mrs. Carter spent a few weeks In the Two Echos bands, will, the furnish Jesters mule and

New York City before coming here to their home on tor the affair which Is open to
Treasure Lane. all teen agers, II years of age

Over Edinburgh Scotland a reunion of sorts and older
in ,
Club prresldent, Joy Hodges,
took place recently. For a short 30 minutes over breakfast announces that membership In iy'f c
------------ coffee John Fawcett and AI Ghirardi had a visit. the teen age organization has +,
reached the 140 mark and that ,
They both were at the Caledonian Hotel in Edinburghfor membership applications for a'd
RALLY DAY PICNIC was held Sunday for members of the East Naples three days, both had played golf at St. Andrews and those not already enrolled, maybe : t rr erg
Methodist Church School, on the property which will be the site ofa but it wasn't until check out time their paths obtained at the door of the e
new church to be built in the future. The church school meets at Gleneagles new building Admission Is free.
the present in the Health Department Building in the county government crossed.Mr. Formal dedication ceremoniestor :
complex. Part of the group attending the rally is shown. The Fawcett was on his way to London to continue a the new Community Center,

Rev. John E. Rice, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Napleswas tour of the British Isles, which will go on for several or held Recreation at a future date.Emmanuel Center. will be -- .... .. ...1... .. 'r_-aw4f_
the guest of honor. (NEWS photo) more weeks Mr Ghirardi was off for Ireland nearingthe
IIAPANNlnIAHY! Mr and! Mrs. William
end of his tour of England, Scotland and Ireland. M 1. rtiMuh oP't Sixth Avenue. North were caught
After a few weeks in New York he will be in Naples latein Lutheran b\ the cameraman' Hidonlnjr; as they cele- I

In It'she sticks It In the free er October. Church Dedicates binted l then :Sth! \\ ,.tldin!. anniversary at a small
and freezes It to death so It Mr and Mrs. Walter E. McCarthy are back at the dinner at the I'it./ttl"/ Den of the Golfing Buccaneer
'I won't suffer long. Her method New Aisle Carpet .
Hills
Forest Gardens
Surfs Ide from a month's vacation in

: isles Of Capri 3\\ may comes sound to actually weird, but cleaning when the It where they formerly lived. They report an extremely) Emmanuel Its new Lutheran aisle Church carpet Methodists NameHe".lIcCutrhl'n 4. Rev. McCutchen and his wife

fish Mrs Burney claims to be pleasant time with activities ranking from the enrollment in ledlcated Sunday at the 10:30 a.m. .. wUl reside temporarily at the
an expert....no comment Surf Apartments.
Phone MI2-S704" i" of their granddaughter. Deirdre, Into the Hunter ce. The carpet was the gift As
By GAIL WINCHELL A large group of Democrats .
from the Island will attend the College School for gifted children, to the World's Fair of Mr. and Mrs. George Poske.Recognizing Assistant Pastor
Many people hare been fishing The next meeting will be the fine work that
. and enjoying the nice weather Thursday night, November II.Mra. Saturday Democratic, October Club's S, at Barbecue Cambler to several days at the Sun and Surf Beach Club at Atlantic he women do In the church Rev Robert S. McCutchen
here In the past week There Robert Burney was the Park. It Is reported that the Beach, to Labor Day weekend In Southampton AT and Mrs. Poske have pre. a retired Methodist minister PLAY
' has also been tome improve. guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. tented this gift In their honor. from Ohio will arrive here this
here the ridiculous the witnessed ,
. reason so many people on And, to add a touch of McCarthys had nude
Nickel
ments made on the lots and Valentine Saturday night for After M. Dan BRIDGE
the Island were talked Into going week to reside In N-iplas!] will to
. home. I notice that lots are dinner. The Valentines pointedout was because of the chefsCollier the sight of 25,000 "Beatle Maniacs" at the usual several shopping trips the carpet anKiimi the position of associate .
. being mowed, and people are that they have caught a few County Sheriff DOUR Hendry and ly staid Forest Hills Tennis Stadium. iras purchased from Naples Floor minister of the First Methodist WITH
planting some new trees and snook off their dock so Mrs. orerlngs. Theron Stansell, an. Church, 388 First venueSouth .. .
Mayor Archie Turner. those home CHARLESH.GOREN '
flowers. Burney decided to Investigate Mr. and Mrs. Phil Swenson of Mrs Walter B. Ford Is among recently other member of the congrega.Ion A native of KearneyNetSltev. ,
The meeting of the Isles of at her dock. She caught three Miami, spent the weekend at from vacationing. When she returned from Ogunqult, laid the carpet McCutrhen is a gradual of Tay.
.t Capri Civics Association that snook and being the good sport the Isles of Capri Marina and Me her sister, Mrs Harvey Hewitt, came with her and The Rer Dr.Harland D.Fague, lor University and lioltln a 1\.!>.
took place last Friday, Septenuber that she Is returned two of them pastor of the church, expressedhe from Garrett Theological -
Motel several large degree
caught
25, had a good turn out to the water for some other lucky snot and They a mixed.catch of stayed a week Mrs Hewitt Is now at her home in Newport appreciation of the congre. Seminary lie saw commissioned ..on American President Lines
with most of the residents fisherman. Mrs. Burney decided snapper, sheepshead, and red Beach, Cal. ration for the gift, and read service in World War I and has Special' Bridge Cruise to the Orient
present. The present officers: to Investigate at her dock. She the dedication service. He served In Northwest Indiana Con. The SS PRESIDENT ROOStVCLTuililiom
J were nominated without ORIOn.I caught three snook and being fish.Also returning to Miami happy BACK FROM CAROLINAMiss reached on "Foul print. To ference and since 1921 In the Sin senesce DM, 24lh with Chalet MGortn .
I Uon. Elections will take place the good sport that she returned with their nice catch of fish were Davis has returned from a delightfultrip God", using the carpet for anUudraUon. Northeast Ohio Conference.Rev. end uiitint' Mitch 811n" ptr
at the next meeting It was two of them to the water for some Dorothy McCutchen has served' fondly conducting bridge ictimtm..It**
I decided that In the future the other lucky fisherman. Mrs. Mr. 'and Mrs. Bob Smith, who visiting several places In North Carolina, Including This coming I Sunday, OctoberI on Conference Boards of Mir iKtuiti clinics 'loiumi and caste point
the weekend at the Islesof
spent
meetings will lets place on weeknights Burney may get the "Humanityto Capri Marina and Motel. Hendersonville, Cashiers and Highlands, at 10)30> a.m, the Lord's Sup. done, education and evaiiKellsm btfinntrt louiniminti, Intirmidiiti Tht proffim, end u designed idvincidpUrm lot
] so that the parent. of the Fish Award of the Year" per will be administered This has been active In youth workat Hiwiil, ,
He Vint lapin
Also a guest at the Isles of Mrs. W Theodore Jones started her nine-week tripIn Hong Gong
I tudents school tunaUrns because of the she cleans irtll be a of the WorldWide
attending way Capri Marina and Motel last part district level and Institute and (the Phlllpplnii for lull dtluli WI:
.
can attend the meetings her fish. Before sticking a knifes weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Highlands. Then she and her sister, Miss Blanche Davenport Communion observance. faculty. I
i 'Jim Yoder of Miami. They drove some 6,000 miles covering Cape Cod, Choir Rehearsal will be heldW.dn.sday He will assist Rev. John Rice, Naples Travel Agency, Inc.

Helen burton those spent their large weekend snook, which fishing they for Ogunquit, Me on Into Canada, then to Michigan. There will be held, 7p.m.Sunday Luther, 7 p.m.League at the minion pastor services, In World SundayOrtotier! Wide Corn. SU rilth Ave hulk Ml' I.4111

took home with them. they spent a few days in the new Bloomfield Hills home he Richardson home, S70 13thWe.
-- --
---------- -
J The bookmobile will be here of Mrs. Jones' sornln-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. ., South.

>. boutique \ today, Wednesday, Sept. 30, be. Robert M. Nelson. WEEKEND SALE
tween the marinas.Methodists.
'c' spy. Mrs. Jones is back In her Mansion House apartment BeggsFuneral Thur. Frl Sat, Oct. 1. 2.3
1 ReOpeningt It". and Is on the list of those entertaining for Dr. and Mrs services for Jim S .

To Use Frank Crittenden Jr They and Frank III are here from Beggs, 73, d Madison, from Fla, :r. ,' 91 Now I M
Ss
were held at 3i30p.m today
Remodelled House Great Lakes Naval Station to visit Col and Mrs, Crittenden. the Beggs Funeral Home In Mad. ShortN ...'. ear NOW 111

. the "Little Coquina" Shop For School Others who are entertaining the popular young [ton.Survivors.
Sunday In addition to his One Table Blouses ..'ft; now $1.98
Meg .. couple are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cline, Col and Mrs Edward .
, C of small house wife, Include twodaughters.Mrs.Frlti
.
e. Remodelling a
Ib,. ,.. Shoes
"J) ;C ". C;) '4- and Fourth Street, South, for use Charles Jung, and the Arthur Colignons Not to be overlooked Mrs Earl AUlgood Fitzgerald; M.drn pla did 4 :
0)0"C 5 by two Sunday School classesof in this rash of parties is the family affair last Georgia sister., four grandchildren anda
the First Methodist Church,
D 4' Is nearly completed, a churchspokesman Saturday to celebrate the first birthday of Frank III. :S, SKIIM'S FLAX' KHlUHl0K : .
"IN has announced. Back to the Mansion House. When Vice Adm. and May"nni nt usually* bi.r HACK !PKIKsKS; KHHtH: : :
OL rill The building, located across Into town Mr. and Mrs of T.it.r Snucc. Hut Mime A
and Books .Irf Mrs. George Cooper pulled ,
oct e4pbete g the street from the old sanctu. toJiy' cauls like hi UM half
' ..'lJ. L "11",011,(> ary, stands on a parcel of land Frank Newcombe were here to welcome them. The mayonnaise. and half l( xnrntrt itl THE DOR-LEN SHOP
-.
S recently purchased by the church. Newcombes divide their time between their apartmentIn lair ite.m at the bat lo which
oct Work on repairing and remodel Mansion House and Pine Bluff, Ark to add funded ptrdey pithlenlivci 854 Fifth Avenue, South
ling the structure started last and
pimicnlo
S Beach Patio Bldg. 3rd St. South Saturday and work Is scheduledto -::-
NEW NAPLES RESIDENTSThe
iMOMOimmmO.O.OMOO: <)QOOQO<>OOQJGi days.be completed within a few Coopers expect) to be full fledged Neapolitans.. 1

This trip down they towed a. U _Haul I It complete the

move from Charles Town, W. Va to NaplesMr .
WWvWvWh \ and Mrs John Byram are back from a montl

1 in New York, where they saw many old friends, attended .
several Broadway shows and made four trip

to the World's Fair. Through the New York Times, of 766 Fifth Avenue, So, N plei, Fl..

which Mr. Byram was formerly drama editor, and Howard .
S. Cullman, honorary chairman of the Port of Nev QUALITY AT POPULAR PRICESMen's

OCTOBER York Authority, the Byrams received the V.J.P.I treatmen

fC'1'1 I IThurs. at the Fair. The high spot was dinner in the Toledo Ret KhUl "F wcr.1" Muslin

' DAZE 5 taurant of the Spanish Pavilion, which is considered the TWILL PANTS 2.98 SIILKTS Double 1.981.79

Fair's deluxe, deluxe restaurant. "Foecr" Percal.'YORK U

; During their stay, Mr Byram was interviewed by' Grey Twill 3.98 SHEETS Doubl. 2.39 2.19
two authors. Howard Teichman who is doing a biography PANTS

i of George S. Kaufman, end Jerry Stagg who Is preparing Big Buck Women's OrionSWEATERS

. a biography of the Brothers Shubert BLUE JEANS 2.49 : 3.98
Fri. Sat. Mr anr* Mrs. Richard Wolfe left Tuesday on a fly

(Continued on page I) Boys' Plains Rider Dacron Cotton
October 1 2 3
BLUE JEANS 2.49 PAJAMAS 3.98Men's

I Short Sleeve "Morgan Jon.."
t

DRESSES p5 _g .j ji; I WORK SHIRTS 1.69Men's SPREADS: 7.95Women's

3 Pro Capri
" ON XCITINU )rd IT., SOUTH White
WORK SOCKS 1.00 PANTS 3.98
BLOUSES 005SLIPS
: o COMPLETE Star Brand Woe WhiteSNEAKERS
..,I OFFERING A 2.98Boys'
I SELECTION OF LINENSOPENING WORK SHOES 8.95 :

"Far.h"SLACKS Women's Nylon

To 6.98 3.98 HOSE 69c

. ASSORTED PETTI-PANTS BRAS v Boys' "Hanes" 3 for Printed Terry
40% Ys
2.98
SHORTS SLACKS OFFMISCELLANEOUS j;1 FOR THE SEASON OCT. 1st UNDKIIWEAU: 2.35 LCII CLOTHS

+ Men's ..H.n.." 3 for Ideal Birdiey

ITEMS 71 UNDERWEAR 2.95 DIAPERS D.. 1.98

Table cloths and luncheon lets Men's Ban-Lon Boys' LinedJACKETS
4.98 4.98
Custom made bedspreads -. SHIRTS

Plain and embroidered Men's Cotton Cord Men't "F.r.h"
ALL SALES CASH ft FINAL ON SALE ITEMSBetty's 3.98 5.98
To
sheets ;. SLACKS SLACKS 7.98

Bath towels and bath LUXURY HOME THROW RUGS
Inc. I
accessories 100% RAYON Tex-A-Jrip Hack

27x48 38.50
Monogrammed robesand 24,42

., 589 Fifth Avenue South NAPLES, FLA pajamas 1.98 2.98 6.95y&


\\I.I\.V.\! _ == :- .-'-
11250 THIRD ST.. SOUTH NAPLES -- ; : -.0 -

.

,

. .
-
-
...iI --



d " '
- - -
i r"







i NtID They Make Your Eyes Bug Out, Don't They? .0 'Miracle'Sea-Bottom Glass Missile Forecasts ChainBY


..,.'.'VJMLh. *.._ X.- \.. :,-"I.

RAY CROMLEY
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1964 Of JOHN Q,
Ar Washington Correspondent

I Yi PUBLICThe Newspaper Enterprise Assn.fl .

One Man's Of It
Opinion ThingsAny
\ WASII1\GTON-Ir\EA\-Reeent: ( \ discovery of a radical

t. new glass material will, make possible development of an
observation of the world from stage of the Hellenic world. undersea missile sntem superior to Polaris

a height of 75 years Is bound to be interesting But the atomic bomb forces the two A successor to PolarIs"111 be required estimate In the 10 Soviet to 15 years.
,
experts here Union
military
m the
When It Is made by a man great antagonistic powers to coexist; in cull, be able to effectively hunt and I kill even the Improved

who Is also one of the most distinguishedof spite of themselves they are drawn together I'ularist\'pe submarines of the 1970s.

living historians, end when what he and forced Into at least a mini- The answer. Navy research men 10.000 believe feet, is under depth. IC l' S.
to the
be hidden 5000 sea-
sees behind and ahead for mankind from mum amount of agreement Ax'I M tttlsselt's Instead of can a few hundred feet-then Russian hunter.killer

his vantage point of knowledge gives "From the moment that Rome end subs max hare a to-impossible task even with theLroath

him reason for hope, then it Is especially Carthage are forced to agree because improved detection techniques of the late 1970s and

interesting to a public that sometimes they are unable to fight, history is givena HEW 19d!} jttt9 11L CARS : the earl 1980s

feels it is merely counting the ticks of a very unpredictable twist" OM: ,: STIDY II.\S INDICATED: ( that a high-silicate glass-

nuclear time bomb.Paradoxically The West, says Toynbee, will haveto material non-ueidmg.feasible. light fora in weight pressure and high hull strength-would to be used at make great

British historian ArnoldB. adjust its liberalism and the East to depths This glass actually becomes stronger as it is sub-

Toynbee finds great reason for optimism temper its socialism not only becauseof 9 Jected to increased pressure-

simply because the atom bomb nuclear reality but because of the demands It..ncerun that the post.Polaris system of the lat
1 located in submarines.
1970s and early 1980s will be
exists. It is obviously a great threat to of an industrial society. : One group of scientists argues for permanently locating a

civilization, he said in a recent interviewin For the West, this means increased network of Intercontinental missiles in silos on the ocean
the French "Realities. bottom-much as Minuteman missiles are now set up on
magazine social planning; for the Communists, ,
land.
"But it is so obvious a threat," he more concessions to the intellectual and c These missiles could be fired by remote control, say from

added, "that it seems unlikely that anyone cultural demands of the highly evolvedmen / 4 rAp', t ships al lira.

will dare use it. In fact, the unpre- they are producing to run their Like Minutemen they could be checked out regularlyfrom
electronic means.
distance by
cedented challenge presented to mankind technological) society.To Presumably a too: their targets could be changed on occasion

by the existence of nuclear weap- the objection that communism is and the missiles rcaimed.TlltOKCTK'ALLV .

ons will probably force us to leave the a fanatic Ideology almost a religion : IT MIOl'LD BE POSSIBLE to booby

beaten paths of history. with a claim to universal truth and is : S\ trap the ocean and the sea bottom in the area of each Missile

According to Toynbee, were It not unlikely to give up its struggle to conquerthe so that an enemy would be destroyed in any attempt to put
for the atom bomb the Third World War am' part of the network out of commission.
world
Toynbee points to Christianityand
Because the missiles would be located at great depths,
would probably already have occurred.The Mohammedanism. T thej" would be of no danger to shipping

victor, whether the United Statesor Both Christianity and Islam tried to This new material also would make possible the establish
.
Russia, like ancient Rome after the conquer the world, by sword and by ment These of sea could bottom be unmanned military bases.missile networks in Individual

defeat of Carthage, would have estab- book. Both tried to destroy each other. silos-like Minuteman: system on land. Or the missiles

lished a universal empire "in which, after Both' are still around, 700 years after ] t; wt:. and rould maintenance be located In crews manned and undersea security bases forces In would which live missile for

all sorts of disturbances, we would have the last Crusade.
b '
-., ..,I weeks at a time then be succeeded > fresh crews.
slowly sunk Into a stupor like the last The problems of living in such a submerged military base I

Best of BoyleBY would be no greater than those faced in establishing and

. 'Bald Look?' It's Cool! Remember operating a base on the moon. !

_. HAL BOYLENEW
The latest feminine fashion foible and become the hottest thing In women's W to Register !

proposed by a male hair stylist Is for styles since natural hair became unnatural YORK (AP) It hap. But when Mrs. Jekyll leaves / WASHINGTON. AND"SMAll (

ladies to shave their heads. and the color rinse and the wig pens at least a million times a her home no matte i whethershe '

There was a time and not so long became as essential to milady's groom. day In America Every day. has had a nip or two from a ... BUSINESS"y
A man and a woman Inadvert. bottle in her kitchen
when man who dared the laboratory
ago any suggest ing as toothbrush.
I.
ently bump into each other. a sudden change comes over C WHS ON HAHDIH
anything like this would have had Neither 1s to blame her. i

his own hair pulled out by the roots by Millions of men surprised to discover But what happens OCTOBER 3 One uf the Mruiiitf plii-noim- debt totaled $::11"' billion whilr
furious females. Or at least he would "Excuse me, ma'am, the She turns Into Mrs. Hyde. nun i'f our lime* if the WilY In jlhl' combined notional debts of I
they have been out In front of man and steps aside Cone is IS LAST DAYI
says, her sweet courtesy, which unyiHio who bulk* u gee till the rest of the free world
have been hooted down as some kind the fashion parade without even suspecting And what does the woman do? her gentle airs, her consldera.tlon log fund" 'In jmrtriiU'd, nation* totaled S-U; billion.
of a nut. Well, in a great majority of for others. A baleful trans Vole. . eec ,
tell about the
it can you one thing eases she either glares through formation has taken place. and the choice is Take. for example, the ImprroNlun Thin coupled with bin figure '
yours
But things being as they are today, new "bald look." the male miscreant as if he Outwardly, she still looks to that ban been treated I that show every year since

this hairless hairdo just might catch on It's cool, man (or lady). Cool. didn't exist, or else summarily other women like Mrs. Jekyll. Don't > In .lerlaln area tumernlngKep. 1959. with the exception of 1T,7.
Otto
Puiiman vf
dismisses him with a surly re. But to men she encounters she olf..4 LIOUIIII-I there has been a dellilt In the
mark such as. "You could at looks like Mrs. Hyde an unpredictable and the choice is theirs! ins stemming out of b.. I' K. balance of payments poxl-
least 'look where you'r"oLnI." monster with the standing light Hon which totaled at the end of

And as she strides on in fern. manners of a fishwife and the Poblnh.d n publi .,,,,1.. In eoopntlon waste to prevent of lapaYl'rl the,, 1963 almost $27 billion, muses
-
I Ine triumph she leaves behind conduct of a sabre-toothed tI. with Th. AmMletn Hcritig* wander why such eondlllon
otherSsay' moneyon continue,
Foandbon.nd Th Advertising Council
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS her an embittered man In whose gress, foreign i
soul there has withered another give sways, ,
______ petal on the flower of chivalry. She prowls the streets and i Re.He e Of course, (he for<.ijjn: old t
No matttr how often they are' store* poking strange -mvniiiUi'NEWS FROM hat been : give uway boys m-iiii somewhat ,
confronted with the their eyes with her'unrtMrrila; often made to confused us to the obj)<'r-
problem, stepping their toes lives of the pioiiram While on
on with her
men can't quite reconcile them. WASHINGTONASSOCIATED appear to bea
spiked heels One hand they an KIVIIIK away
elbowing them lomewhat
selves to the bad
public man. birth control equipment ,' 1
aside in bucolic Irajcible ovt
rebtaurants ,
pec47 rushing PRESS -
,
sans of women who really ahead of them to get a taxi. whim. C. W. H-I; ; the world, they aloft hand out
should< know better to Nationalist Chinu over $lit:
ncul
After a hard character who nomehuw
day of abusing
We all are familiar with the has worth of Royal Hetcup.'
and a personal grudge against
old story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr, bruising; all men who hap. WASHINGTON (AP) The what it called foreign aid suits, advertised us u MX it'uvenat ,
Hyde pen to stand in her path, she number of civilians working for When during the recent ] "r, Rip Clarl'm'l' Brown
returns home, and takes ocr the the government rose 3,543 In of a few more billion approval of Ohio raisins, ThiH would
Dr, Jekyll was an essentiallykind mask of Mrs Hyde. When Or. August to a total of 2,495,604, a to give away he was outmaneu- seem to tx working toward" up
man, a scientist dedicatedto Jekyll enters, there Is sweet, Senate committee reports.The vtred. certain writers seemingly posite dilution
the service of humanity. But angel-faced Mrs. Jekyll, waiting monthly report of the expressed feeling that wan OS.Rep. .
every time he took a nip from a to put on his slippers.But committee noted the Post Office the greutest strategic victory Brown IH also urliius
s smoking brew In his laboratory why does Mrs. Hyde act Department reported the larg since the Normandy landing, about the t'.Wt worth of bubble
he emerged a beast. The moral, this way to men In public? Some est Increase In employes among 'S. turn given to Turkey He 1 an-
I have always supposed, 1st: If say It's because her shoes Ire executive agencies with 5,131. Vet Rrp. rannmin hai de- nol quite am'erUIn how bubblegum .
eloped and released can be used lo atop < mmmunlnl -
too tight Some It's because Some
have to drink it In say
di you buy a Interior Department led In the
astounding figure, aggression,
from Ike.
she )Just secretly hates and re. !
bardon't make it in the base. of
number decreases with 1577.
sents the natural umber 91 I. int.! through 1963.i. OS.
of
ment. superiority Other departments with lesser I'. S. fold holding dropped And of course. perhups a
But this famous 19th century man over woman. decreases Included Treasurywith from over 123 billion lo slightly classic In the shipment made
tale has had an Infamous 20th Whatever the reason, most 648, Veterans Administration more than SIS'i billion, a drop by the foreign aid expert with
century sequel It is the story of men are getting awfully tirejl of 611, and Agriculture 575. or 57.658.000.000. U S, lax dollars of Melr'l'ul I I
the Mrs. and the Miss . .
Mrs. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde. Hydes Presumably the xlogun hue I IK
Mrs. Jekyll Is a fine wife and Hydes -of this world. They ire WASHINGTON: (AP) Sen. In the name |x'Hod the other help starving |X'nple Kit even
mother. At home she sets an nut going to get away with It ate Republican Leader EverettM. countries, excluding the RUSHO- thinner on Mctrceul".
excellent example for her chll. forever. Dlrksen of Illinois said Tues. China bloc, almost doubled *
dren. People love to be invitedto There'll come a dayt) day Congress could adjourn by gold holdings. going from $13 So, II give pause lo wonder
her home, because she Is a the end of the week If the House billion to over. .S24.13 I billion over the report that indicated
hostess attentive to bill that In out maneuvering Kep
/ gracious would drop the Appalachia In I
name period free
world
their needs and solicitous of tJtttL an admlnistration-backed I'anHinan to gel ktlll more
1.,1. foreign nation Inrreaned
. holding money voted for foreign giveaway
their welfare. As they leave her 10'I. antipoverty measure he op. ,* of I'.S. diilUm, from Sll'i *. nome sort of a vie Cory
men guests often murmur i nn9 poses. billion to almost S2< billion I waaihleved. Thin seem. somewhat -
"That lucky Dr Jekyll to THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Dlrksen said House Demo. . akin to people sheering
Yh have such a wonderful womanas Ou- dv.rtner> 'them' ,0". '0" crate have neither enough mem. On December 31. 1963 he loudly and madly when burglarsmanage
his wife hers on hand to pass the bill nora "polnti: ?ut. the U S. nutional lo evade the polli e,
rC .11..1 YrA.nnM. 'a ,............, awl"?
'" ,v" ">.<.<\_"'" -.h '... ,' majority favoring It
,' : Speaker John W. McCor.
:\ '..., .;3r. ',, countered
mack, D-Mass., that
the Appalachia aid measure is
-I ( O r d ti A F F WIA R "still on the agenda" and said \ that The Miss network said Tuesday
Howard
had "chosento
R C C A nI L AEG C he doesn't think there Is much i\i.e-ee- participate publicly in part

"Did 1 tell you the third grade u having a party ACROSS 33, Talon T C MIE R this chance week of Congress finishing; san political activities contrary

today , here?" I. Abject 34, Cold cloth A L S N C.a D to the long..stablished ABC
S. Handle 3), Ashen S'' 0' a e E WASHINGTON (AP) Some news policy"
-TtM NiUMI ObMmr roughly 38, Conducted O D C 5 T C t u L A 200 college student leaders, NEW YORK, (ap) "He has Miss Howard, whose ABC
8, Careu 39 lap. many of them presidents of the most beautiful physique I've duties Included a dally five
11 l. Moonuone admiral' WAS YIC S F. NTJD student bodies, have been Invit. ever seen, esthetically speak. minute news show, 1s a member
The Semantics of Smear 13 Bombail 40, HlghcllIT MI MAtTCD, ed to a buffet supper and recepetlon Ing," says Jayne Mansfield of a croup of New York Demo.

14 Dealer In 42 Snug room A RY P C A R at the White House Satur. The blonde actress was talk. crats campaigning for the re.
If there is a single subject on to the survey "that characterization gems 43 Cajolet A M A R E S o+L IT C day evening with President and Ing to newsmen about her new election of Sen. Kenneth Keating,

which the rest of us might bestow of individuals and groups as 15. lap coin 44 Work unit R C P or0 I iE 1 0 R Mrs Johnson. husband, director Matt Clmber. a Republican, who Is opposed by

some of the scholar's sweat and 'radical right' may give rise to the 16, )'r. friend 4). Blurred p N T CAS : N I o G The President, a onetime They returned to New York former Atty. Gen. Robert F.
from
17 Forever Tuesday where
Mexico Kennedy
school teacher, previous
46.Fungui Texas
tears it is semantics. We all
are same evils that in an earlier
period 18 PerU growth SOLUTION OP YISTUDAY S PU221U ly honored outstanding high they were married Sunday. NEW YORK, (AP) Mrs
semanticists, in a tense. The problem invited credence to the spurious 19 VocalUe! school pupils at a comparableWhite It was the third marriage for Stephen Smith substituted for

lies in slipping unwittingly between labeling of many liberal programsand 21 Expenses DOWN 4, Bib high /I/ r."liln House party. Miss Mansfield, 31year.old. her sisterJnJaw Mrs. Robert
one Websterian definition, views as 'Communist.: 22 Movie I. Ruby priest lamer The White House did not re. ther of four, and the first for F. Kennedy, at the opening of anew
"th of icrlpn iplnel' var 5 Implore 'j In d I 1"'>1.-1 I leas the names of the studentswho Clmber, 28.STOCKHOLM. Young Democrats club in
study meanings to an In other words honest
an can.ser'ative be 2, ,
26 Thai can Resembling 6 Irish pv.llIlll were Invited Saturday the Bronx, and apologized for
other "the exploitation of connotation today could be smeared left out Adam nobleman 10 Rum I. Sweden (AP) her presence.

and ambiguity (as in propaganda through that "guilt by association" 30. Scoundrel 3. Sluggish 7 Route I 12 Ilhl"+ .dI. * * * * * Goeran Gentel, director of "I know you were expecting

)." which was used and Is still being eyCIw i Sweden's Royal Opera says Ethel but that's the story of my
One seldom is I t i f r r a 1'- 1 18 Colophon NEWS President Johnson wants to life," said Jean Smith
test passed to try used, against some honest liberals.It / ;20 D" adea COLLIER COUNTY youngest
to discuss politics without using is ludicrous to think of such a ra II 21 Romaint MICHAEL CHANCE. Edit -....bU.".' borrow ballet dancer Erik of the late President John F.
1 Bruhn for a White House Kennedy's
. per. sister, Tuesday.
loaded words.Semantics THOMAS HAY I". A oel t EditorMARSHALL
conservative having to swear, "I I/1 It 23 Eln.trii.unii WYATT. Adv Mange form in ce OctS, but he won'tlet "They always want Jackie
comes to mind after a am not now and I have never beena / ;24; !Smdlleoi ALBERT OPOLKA. Mid' Supt. Bruhn go. first, then Ethel, then Pat Law.

survey of Jewish leaders under member of the radical right" We '. /11 0 pa State ihb: DAVID HE"''MANSON. Cite DiMCtorPubiuMd "The (U.S.) Embassy! has ford but they usually get me."

taken by the National Community think the good sense of the American 2" Rubber Exutrp duly. ac pt Monday called me four or five times andI
IQ and : ,, :ntrn on by have also been contacted by
Relations Advisory Council. It people will assert itself before 0 /: I'l th. WI"rJnl" Publithlrf Co QUICK
the Swedish
:;: : : foreign ministry, QUIZ
South Nl
speaks of political ambiguity that day as it finally did In the Il II It 3f / :%:'; ;; JI.o Gmuunr toe Fn" j(40 Mul, Idd* ,... P O Centele said Tuesday. "But I
caused by a confusion between responsible time of McCarthyism.A SKI 1717Tlop.on. think It Is more Important to us
'// //. // ; I&7 II" Mid"*., 1107 ,roe alljbli.r Q-What doe the
conservatism and the part of that good sense is f//. Z 29o d.pu'tn..nts that Erik Bruhn stays here. It U federal

"radical right. The confusion is a sensitivity to semantics. The J' J, Jl 0 i/ J) 11 1 Pun . our responsibility toward Swede prtsonttyttem A-Thrty-six| consist oil
/ <>< pt On RltflP ish opera lovers to keep him penal instal
fostered by positions where the two worthy citizen will not t h uli lations.
place "
a If IS 1' rr JI c points of view overlap and through 0 0 I. Mid.i 1?, tiaries,
"spurious label, left or right on reformatories correc.
,
Dn Ono Y >r *IS so Martha V SO.Mt ,
acceptance of support from extremists those with whom he disagrees He ii / 40 4' Maier.our" Tens Monroe 51 rs NEW YORK (AP) Lisa tional institutions, prlion I

by candidates espousing legitimate will be alert to those who for their .", bor Cf Th. "........t... PrMt..i. Howard, a news correspondent camps, youth institutions,
., ..
fJ .1.11 miiiMl iclutivtly to IK' *
)juvenile
conservatism.. own ends deliberately 0 lind"ng:: ;'I'IH use for r.pubueation, oall local l lpr for the American Broadcasting; school training
exploit n.*S t tom. nUD 'n tIts piper I. Co., has been relieved of all her and a medical center
"There is a danger; according l'S fa 40 HlghsatPorsme22eh1 | ... .
"connotation and ambiguity, VA : .11 If a.: AP n. > d tpclclim.j assignments by the network It also Includes four prerelease
,,
Irtu j- > a cuts matte it
-Chrlitlon Science Monitor *' "...'..,.'.. t t'.I, the "Pr,, nff. ,r t,i N.ipm' Florid. until the end of the political guidance I centers
I.""" A' of March 3 IK7 campaign. known as halfway houses.Qbt .



'

I', fJ I' .

r t


oJ


COLLIES: COUNTY NEWS N.plw' FU. W J.. Sp*.x>lwr 10 .ISM. 5'

THE NAPLES .' *4 ; a aiz Today.InHistory


NotebookContinued i' r j Cy


( from page 8)ig ) By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
>li i f 1 Today la Wednesday 6ept
30, the 174th day of lees There'
tour, "Around South America," which visits I 11 1 court- art 9S days left In the ytar.

ries. While on the trip they Intend to look up several Today's highlight In history
On this date In 1938, the Munich
)eople with Naples connections Including Bruce DeSchryer Pact was signed by BrH

In Colon, and Alan DeSchryver In Sao Paulo. Bruce lab Prime Minister PtrUl

and Alan are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Walter DeSchryver of y Chamberlain, French Premier.
Edouard Daladler, Italians 9rtmler
Galleon Drive. In Lima, Peru, the Wolfes will see Mr. p i n Benito Mussolini and Qtrmanys .
and Mrs. Antonio Navarro. The Navarros made many gizi' ' ..-- _. a Adolf Hitler. ",..ct la !

friends[ in Naples when they were the guests of Dr. the our time"day as was Hitler the expression forced the o/ j

and Mrs. Robert Miller. Mr. Navarro is Mrs. Miller's world to accept his partitioning

brother. And In Caracas our travelers will see Mr. and of Czechoslovakia I
O.\ this data ,
r Mrs. Simon Bolivar. Mr. Bolivar Is a descendent of THE In 1T87. the Columbia lift Yo

$imon Bolivar, South American revolutionist, called The --or Boston, the first ship to carry bda
Liberator. The Bolivars are friends of Mr. and Mrs. TilE CARIBBEAN' RESTAURANT with a new look outside and inside the American flag around the I
will feature a smorgasbord plus stt-aks for those who prefer regular world y
Edward Herzog, Bow Line Bend. dinners . at a wand opening scheduled for tomorrow at 5:30: p.m. In 1846, ether was first used
Mrs. Howard 0. Carrls leaves October fifth to fly Mrs. Julie Miner who built and operated the former Rainbow Restaurant as an anesthetic by Boston den
New York. She will divide her time between her twos In the same location on the Trail will be present to greet tilt William Morton, In extract.

and their families in Rlverhead and Manhasset N.Y. friends and guests. (NEWS photo) Ing a 1914.patient's the United tooth.In States flat

Friday evening( at the Beach Club, the Collier County was flown for the first time in
the Lot Angeles Dodgers: ran World War I, at Toulouse. I
Association of Insurance Agents will be hosts at a cock.
TV Not out ellt.am. He was not able to France, by American membersof
}ail and dinner H. H. Nelson of Council Subscription Going
party honoring acquire brand-new movies, as'I' the French Foreign Legion.
fluffs, Iowa. Mr. Nelson, who Is the newly elected president he hoped. The subscribers in the In 1940, British Prime Mini*,
of the National Association of Insurance has average income Santa Monica I'ter Winton Churchill declared '
Agents,
restoration of CiechosloraK.
Over Too Well Journal area have not spent M much for the
[been In Miami Beach this week attending annual meetings Says shows as expected. la's liberties to be one of the -_._- .--_ ."'... .-
of f the association. Others from out of town will Include "But that li partly our own principal alms of led war
HOLLYWOOD (Ap) How programming as anticipated. In 1934, the Nary submarine
doing Mid Wearer. "On the SCHEDULE FOR APPEARANCE at Naples City
[Carl Oberman, president of the Iowa Association of Insurance goes Subscription Television? Caught in his Santa Mona'one hand we hart not had the Nautilus-the first atomlc.pow.ered )Hall at 1130;:\ a.non Friday is the massive mobile
Agents, and Lee Miller, State National Directorof Not well, reports tilt Wall office between plane trips, fart'programming wt expected. And veseel. was commissioned.Ten billboard shown above. The replica of the Berlin
Street Journal. moving, blg- Pat Weaver years ago-Ruisia tkd
hlnklng 'we hart not promoted the
[ the Iowa association. pro.
Wall is feature of the State Democratic "Count-
to in,.att. a
Results are encouraging, says appeared far from dlacour.'ramming a* much a* wt could. the United Nations
Early next week Mr. and Mrs. Denny Champagne of Sylvester (Pat) Weaver, presl. aged. He explained that Mi>I MWt would much rather take gate what It called piratical sU down Caravan" presently touring Florida communities -
Orlando will be at the Beach Club for a few days. Mr. (dent of the pay-television wen.tar. company had leaped into opera,in less and hart a record of no tacks by Nationalist Chinese to stimulate voter interest.
.. lion prematurely in order t o'''cancellation So far no Installa warships against merchant we.
Champagne Is president of the Florida Section of the Professional
[ Television eels the mainland.
Subscription
combat the antl-pay-elorlslon>I Uon has been canceled except visiting
Golfers Association. While here he will make launched its ambitious Cl11tor. forces that are sponsoring proposition for death or moving away., Fire years ajoDalian Premier .-HWIINHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII NIIWIIIIIIUNWHpIIaNlI' 1
[the pairings for the Professional-Amateur event scheduled nit program two months ago by 1! on the Nor. 3 Ca11tol'ln1a 1 I Wearer said the 6,000 hookups Antonio Segnl arrived In
[at the Beach Club for October 21st. hooking up patrons in Santa ballot. It would make paytelevision .had' been made, a total S5,000 the United States for a flrd a yvisit.
Monica and later, San Fran "contrary to public 1 salts hart been made In tilt THURS. FRI.
Mrs. Mary Wood Dyches, Mrs. Magnus Brinkman, Mrs. Cisco for shows of big league policy. licensed areas, and 40,000 or One year ago-President John SAT.
I Larry Wicks, and Billee Stephens were In Jacksonville baseball, culture, off-Broadway. "It's easy to make people den hart been received. The F. Kennedy pledged financial
plays and year-old movies. afraid of something that doesnt cutback in salts personnel was help to non.Communlat nations
for the of the Florida Hairdresser Final 3
(Sunday state convention The Wall Street Journal re.ported exist," argued Weaver "That's to allow the Installations to when the United States ended Days
and Cosmetologist Association. They attended seminars last week that tht firm why we had to get in opera catch up with sales, he said, as Its deficit In International pay.
fat the George Washington Hotel which showed the "Flir- had lopped off 143 of Its 18S tion. well as to await the outcome of ments.
sales people, that orders were Admittedly, he has had disappoint the November election.
tation Collection" for 196465. Translated, this means lagging, and that subscribers | m ant.. His atar attractions, He Is hopeful that the meas.un CLOSE OUTAll
I muted shades In cosmetics are the thing this year. wertnt spending as much ont i the San Francisco Giants and will be defeated Beverage LicensesFor

Year Now DueA

by State reminder Beverage was Director Issued today RlcD. spring and summer shots for women
I Hot Time Old for
on Set New Hand at Horror licenses and B. Resting In Collier that County beverage, as VALUES TO $14.99

well as the Ital.'. other 66
JOAN CROSBY Ing under hit M* business multifaceted could post bareback. So I
By lights, pre are ,, counties, must be renewed on or
/ Newspaper Enterprise Assn. paring to thrust his hands but this was the acme. figure 1 am way ahead because I,before Oct. I, 1864. FINAL CLOSE OUT
Into a blazing fire, and trying of what I have learned." Tax Assessor A. P. Ayers,
"I had the series,
HOLLY VOOD- (NEA) desperately not to perspire.He which was accepted to be produced by' It was time for Shatner to whose office Issues renewal, PRICE $5.00 PAIR
lire some had just finished a try Selig Sellgman who turns out: head back to the set and I has previously warned Ucreees
minor details the writers ing scene in which he went Combat, solely on the basis of;I thrust his cold bands Into the that failure to renew their ptr
berserk, pulling a telephoneout Seligman's reputation, his j I warm fire burning In a fire- raits can result la a penalty All Sales FinalBaxter's
of The Outer Limits occasionally of the socket, smashing place. I .
Idea and the quality of the i I nth
overlook.For papers and books off a desk Combat series. And our pilot;, "You are sure this outfit explained that such
and so menacing his wife.plaYf'd wonderful ,, I penalties may range from as
Instance, they createdthe was really to see has been fireproofed he
by Geraldine Brooks high as $123, depending oo tilt
asked. He assured had.fA : ShoesAcross
role of an American astronaut that she fainted. It required Hit: was filmed on location] was type of licence and the date,. : ..
with a problem for an eight takes to get the scene in color and looks more Ilka, portable fire extinguisher ,renewed.
episode called "Warm Hands, right. Between takes Shatner a movie. The character of }ust out of camera range, from 1 ht Hotlenel Bank
was leaning against the edgeof
and Miss Brooks and Alexander not a typical hero work
Cold Heart" filmed for the Joked anJ the fireplace, in case. Bill on 5th Avenue
would
I ABC-TV series. The hammed up their actions. have grown turned the I Cyprus are said to be "sit
problem ; to set fireman and
"One more take and my changed as the series pro- tin they do all day
concerned a pair of scaly smiled. "I won't consider it : avoid Downtown
greased It was to be an ad- Naples
hands and webbed hands would have fallen 9 v to stimulating their ap
fingers, rE an Invasion of if
privacy
my
series with
venture novel-
plus the inability to get apart, Bill said, when the Istle a you want to hold that extinguisher .I petites.! I II lllimHHIHIIIIUIIIIIIItlllMllllllltlllllllllMIIIMIIIIIIIIII' / IIIIIIMIIMIMmimillMHIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMlim

warm. scene was finished and cameras approach. In your hand. It v ___. u, ..., ,,_ '__ ,". ; ,
were setting for "the .q"'h"" << ;' L .>
The scaly hands were an moment of ecstasy up when I dS'A celebration"We were over having the a sale victory of won't throw me at all" t<,%._.. ', easy assignment I for the shove my hands in the fire. the show when we were told Bill did the scene. Four
make-up department, and the times. He acknowledged thatit
Ironically,The Outer Limitsis "
canceled.
we were
1 f appearance of being cold fell occupying the time spot got a bit uncomfortablewith ;.
l to the wardrobe department and network originally scheduled gym Shatner, however, is aheadof his hands, protected ARRIVING
5 which remedied it by dressing for a series called Alex the deal. To prepare for though they were, In the fire. l.
William Shatner as the astronaut ander the Great, starring the role, he spent regular 'The trouble was the coverIng fl06
in a warm dressing gown Shatner. The cancellation of SHATNER: For the hand you hours at the gym learning to got hot, and It stayed hot 011160"J
and a blanket with a wool the series, after it had been don't love to touch. fence, and at a ranch learning even after I took my hands SOON! !
scarf around his neck. to ride bareback. '' ,It
set was a huge disappointment out of the fire. This, and he
I The minor I detail the to the handsome, talent he said. "One of the biggest "The first time I mounteda smiled, "Is the first monster .
writers overlooked was Shit- ed young Canadian actor. 'disasters of my life. The disappointments horse bareback I fell off. I have ever portrayed. It may @ 1

ner's problem. lie was stand "It was a disaster to me," found In this By the time -I-was--finished-- I be my Int.c& .' 0 \\\J\ ) @@



BTT-JCKZTT 0 C@J. I


49th ANNUAL i 49th (QJ\f\ @



STOREWIDE 0 \\\J\ ) :@ r







it I DANISH Handsome STYLING Practical i\ !j


t CHOOSE ior AI\
EITHER ,


I IFt[ 6 Beautiful new boats in the line to view . I 1

1 p+ adding two new fourteen footers to the line !


, exciting and beautiful. Watch for them ,.
,
1 ;'
a M&M Marina, Inc. "


15Check Candidates for fun in the motor line, includ :


ing the new 5 HP. , the new 6 HP . and
Above ,
double'y 3 economical new 33 HP. Big news in Evin-
Choose the impressive 106" '_ ,
table sofa the table panels are rereraible i I ..' ;F" "" rude motors! Coming soon to M&M Marina
.. : ,
finished walnut one aide . -... .'e'.. "
white the other. '+-.;;- !:-' ":.. i Inc.
I Pleeet Shown On Right ;::.;- '. .
72" 8-cuihion sofa, Hi-back chair, -N
regular Chair, 48" Cocktail Table. ,"'! "'i,, our 2 year warranty. Deeds not words!
Ragged walnut but light and airy ai :I
a cucumber. And the price won't bust ,'- Collie. County's Authorized/

your budget! . ) '<' tvlnrudff leaf and Outboard Motor Deal..
Budget Terma fl ..... )S.
7\ ill> ,.

AT ROBB A STUCKY, PEOPLE ARE MORE..a IMPORTANT THAN THINGS. JJ M &M MARINA I


:ROEE: : & STUCKY ,,
Btfwttn the Gordon Jtlvtr' Bridges on Tamlaml' Trap ,

1625 Hendry Sheet, Fort Mytrs Shopping Center, Unfed Acre Midway 2-4656

ED 5-4541 fREE PARKING EM 8-7071

11MP1U 6wMOTOR8
I M

.
.7 n.r y. a



...
.w L. ] t;



t -" ;
-

-----------T TSee





I. 6 COLLIER COUNTY I.I IW ', ,, '" W.d, StpUmbw 30 .I9$4
Influence On Heredity




1TI From Nuclear Explosions e

2F
MIAMIAP( ) The Increase before World War n_a few
In radioactivity from nuclear ex. Crams," he said.S1 .
plosions 'VU1 be reflected an 'The of only one con. F fflt
elevated Incidence of hereditary stltuent of fallout-Strontium 90 r
defects In hundreds of genera
released by nuclear tests has sJ
lions to come, a noted scientist Introduced Into the environment iiu l + #);

said Tuesday. radloacttty equivalent to about
Professor Barry Commoner one (billion grams of Radium,"
Washington University In a, he said.
Louis said If nuclear testing, Commoner said had biological
which released Carbon 14 and oth. science been able to keep pace J III ., .
er radio Isotopes Into the atmos. with physical science In the de.

4 the phere treaty, "had, matters not been would halted be slgnlflrantly by. haps velopment such of nuclear power per. EGGS-CELLENT PERFORM: VNCE-.Mn, Minnie Webster an egg without breaking the shell. She uses a 20-ton overhead .
r worse." widespread testingand of L>'e. England is not just the only female worker at steel crane to perform this feat. By operating the controls I
1'r Commoner addressed the rent been resulting avoided. fallout might! have a Lye steel plant but she can also balance a steel girder on (deftt she swings the girder atop the egg (right).

eral session of the 37th annual He said the same problem ex.
conference of the Water Pollution Isted now in the field of water

Control Federation pollution and insecticides valuable new organic compounds, Rogero Tax Case
The scientist said studies have He cited the disagreement! on "As In the case of nuclear: Shufflers To Feature Caller
shown that lichens have an enor. the cause of fish kills recently power, there has been an Intensive
moue capacity to absorb fallout, In the Mississippi River. social demand for the ex. Expected To Go
resulting In Alaskan Eskimos ab. "Despite deep-seated dls. ploltatlon of this new chemical
I sorbing radioactive Cesium 137 agreement between the disputing capacity. As a result, many of: From Miramar Saturday Night To TodayTAMPA
Jury
exceeding "the allowable parties, two facts are clear and these materials f>esticldesher*
TRYING to keep pace with the ever Increasing limits" acknowledged Many fish have blcldes, detergents and Industrial federal
Commoner, professor of plant died and : Frank Bedell of Miramar breakfast to speed them on their (AP) The
school population is a taxing job. . in more ways the Mississippi River products have been introduced evasion trial of Al
Income tax
than one. This bench loaded with books is evidence physiology and chairman of the contains detectable quantities of Into our economy-and into .,, Fla, will be the featured caller return to Miami. Rogero former State Road
executive committee of the De. several chlorinated hydro.car. the environment massiveamounts i, for the Sunshine Shufflers square Visitors acclaimed this as one
at the Senior High that there aren't enough. partment of Botany, said the Es. bon Insecticides and related or. ," said the professor. dance Saturday night, October 3. of the very best dances they had Board member was to !go to a
lockers The school has 510 lockers and 601 students klmos absorb the radioactivityby ganlc compounds," he said Just as In the case of nuclear Bedell Is popular with the Naples ever attended.John Zell,a square jury today.
enrolled The lockers have been ordered eating the meat of caribou debris, he said, "our ability to i I and Fort Myers dancers, and a dance leader In Hialeah, said, Only the charge by V. 8. Dls.
. but In-the-meantime this method of storage which feed on lichens.He "Synthetic organic pollutantsof manufacture and use the new larger than ordinary attendance "In all my dancing experience, trlct Judge George C. Young re.
indicates an honest group of students said studies have shown I water were unknown 25 years materials has far outstripped ''Is expected.On never have visitors been given mains before the jury begins Its
(NEWS photo) that humans also are being sub. ago," said Commoner. But just understanding of the biological( Monday, October S, at 8 the royal treatment we have had deliberations
.. jected to radioactive I Iodine 1S1 I as the revolution In physics has consequences." o'clock the club will hold Its usual from the Shufflers. Millie Rogero a resident of Clearwa.ter .
-- and Strontium 90. given us the power to produce -- monthly business meeting at the Linch, from Akron, Ohio, said, is charged with evading
"The significance of this sud. massive nuclear explosions, lOa Stewart Motel. The club usually "It has been the high point of our some $200,000 In Income taxes
Burns To Name DEATHSSAN den intrusion of radioactivity parallel revolution In chemistry Sir Francis Drake burned meets at Us hall, 950 Central long trip." during the )'earaI858. 57, and 58
FRANCISCO (AP) be visualized by comparing It has given us the ability to syn. the Spanish fort at St Augustine Avenue, but Lloyd Hill is now Out of town guests Included while serving as a road board
Tax Study GroupIf Naclo Herb Brown, eg, whc with the world supply of Radium theslze an enormous number of Fla, In 1588 using it for his group of Junior Wayne John, and Olive Blair, member.
composed the music for "Sing dancers on Mondays, and, for the Len and Budell Leutt, Charlie The defense contends that Ro
ing In the Rain," "The Pagan next time, at least, the club and Jersee Jessee, John, Cath. gero, a former University of
He's Elected Love Song," and many other will meet at the Stewart Motel. erlne, and Pat Zell, Mellls and Florida football star and later a
popular melodies died Monday Beauty/ Ageless Quality Wednesday, October 7, the hall Jane Tuck, Frank and Rose high school coach, was the vie.
CLEARWATER AP) May.or of cancer after an Illness of 14 will be used for the class in Rogala, Eddie and Annie Roth Urn of negligence and Incompe.tent .
Hayden Burns of Jacksonville years. square dancing with Ray Castel feldt, Charles and Lorena Sell, employee who did not keep
says he plant to appoint a tax his books as they should
teaching. This will be the last John, Pat, and Johnnie Beck,
WINCHESTER EnglandAP
revision committee IT he 1* Defense attorneys also con.
the class
elected In ( ) Sir George Dyson, 81, a opportunity for entering Walter and Emma Phillips, Way. tend
governor November, Rogeros profits were most.
had
except for those who have man and Judy Green, Winnie and
He said he would place top fl. composer and former director ly "paper profits" and that the
some training. Nlckle Nitka Alice Donahue
In the Royal College of Music ,
nanclal and businessmen
on s Invited to come government put wrong tax Inter
Spectators are Blossom and Norman Tartakow
study to and a governor of the Sadler
recommend pretatlons his
group 1m.
and watch either the class or the all from Miami and Hialeah on transactions
provements in the Wells Opera Co., died Tuesday. The
state's
tax government
Out ottown danc. claims Roorero
structure. He had lived In retirement since Saturday dance Also Chuck and Millie Linch
ers who happen to be In Naples of Akron, Ohio, and Don and wilfully contrived to de.
There are taxes tied down to leaving the royal college In 1952. fraud It of taxes.Temperature .
are invited to participate.Last Lois Anderson of Fort Myers.
specific uses, and such earmark.Ing WASHINGTON (AP) Al. r Saturday more than 80 The shufflers are planning
is bad on the overall revenue bert H. Ely, 70, a rector! of dancers attended the out-door another affair like this on Octo. of Mercury's
needs of the state, Burns said Moral Re-Armament and a dance called by Bert Bennett. ber 10, In connection with the sunny side has been estimated
"We need to re-establish an representative of the movementfor The affair started at 4 o'clock tenth anniversary of radio sta. by astronomers as being
equitable tax program so that more than 30 years In Afrl. s ''a with a welcome picnic in the rear tlon WNOC. George Hales will more than 700 degrees Fahrenheit
u we Increase In population, tax Latin America, Europe and e .
ca, + of the Stewart Motel, which had be the caller.
revenues will increase also," Australia died He had 9 5"I
Monday. tf been engaged for the occasion bya
Burns said practiced law In New York and ( group from Miami and Hialeah
In a major talk to combined Y I
Washington. served
Coffee and doughnuts were
civic clubs Tuesday he also said "y 4' is: d the visitors by members of the
he was opposed to creating the ST. PETERSBURG Fla.
Sunshine Shufflers @
post of lieutenant governor, although (AP) Brig Gen William A. Immediately following, the
he would like to set the Barron Jr., 71, retired board visitors! swam and danced In the
line of succession to the office chairman of the Gillette Razor and danced bare.
motel's pool,
changed Blade Co., who served in both
footed on the lawn.
world wars died Tuesday. Bar-
From 8 to 11, Bennett called EmersonCOLOR
ron was a native of Newbury. The
Cypress Chapter port Mass dance at Graber's was punctuated Service Center.by several

Meets ThursdayCypress MIAMI, Okla. (AP) Clara novelties, liwludlng one number
May Dopklng, 79, mother of when the dancers wore cardboard
Chapter, No. 238, Alva N. Dopklng, bureau chiefof l'5.4 Iw' boxes over their shoes and shut
OES. will resume their retU1armeeflnlrl ( The Associated Press at Co. fled as best they could through a
of the season on Thur.. lumbus, Ohio, died Tuesday. "teacup" chain. TV
day October 1 at 8 p.m. In Mrs Dopklng, a native of Kan. In another number, brooms
Masonic Temple, Pine Ridge, sas, moved to Oklahoma In 1895 were substituted for some of the
Visiting members are welcome to and had lived In Miami for 48 women dancers, and the men
attend, a chapter spokesman said years.TO.O Sa +a: e struggled through with these un. SETSFROM
: r responsive partners.At .
E"J ; 11:30 a buffet supper was
served In the Shufflers' Hall.
The menu Included buffet sand
wishes, pickles, celery,six kinds
AUTOMATICSPRINKLER
of home.made cake coffee. Iced $399.95

(Hirrfet H...... Apr Marl Urlt, Lvcltii Ulw>|) tea, and soft drinks.At ;

The mature woman who has learned that beauty is not an age Is the one who makes the midnight dancers moved took ((82 ChlnnenPORTABLE)
SYSTEM to hall where they
over city ,
most of her appearance with expert use of the cosmetics now available to her. The model of the
In
turns one Jail
dancing
(upper left) urea a blonde foundation and peach face powder to complement her gray
'lEf IT. . t Hqer: It \ hair. A creamy lipstick in pink with a blue cast (lower left) keeps her lips moist and cells Bird", in order to wear a "Jail TV

I 11" "' '''' ''' / 1 softly pretty. Aware that fragrance Is a woman's most prized accessory, she makes From badge then( on to 4 a.m., those

v1",1'' ,, ;rJ. / .... \ JW lavish use of cologne (right) in a floral and citrus scent that suits her personality.The staying at the motel swam, ate
,
>
,' J I current generation and by Helen Hennessy This is true In the selectionof doughnuts, danced, and kept each
SETSFull
''III \.L-
('(r ... cosmetic I innovations are Women's Editor lipstick Dark lipstick other awake, until Bert Bennett,
1.' 1'' shades and his wife Elizabeth called
accentuate ,
bosom buddies. However, the Assn. your
'", woman of 45 or older still Newspaper Enterprise mouth too much and do not "enough". Power transformer made specially for
# may feel nervous about using play up the delicate tone of Finally Harold and Helen Ra
skin. Since kop, the new owners of the motel, fringe ares
certain shades of lipstick or was 50 years ago because the your your lips
using more makeup Findingthe attitude toward what is ac also will be drier, shop for treated everybody to a continental

proper shades of lipstickand ceptable in a woman s appearance creamy.type lipsticks.
eye make.up are Import has changed USDA CommitteeIn $149.95Free
TOROAUTOMATICALLY ant for the mature woman. Blue-gray eye makeup
For she can be her most at A turnabout in taboos brings out the color In blue County Today
tractive with proper selection affects the use of eye make. eyes which tend to fade as
of grooming aids. up, for example. Now it is one gets older 1 Turquoise Members Stabilization of the state and Agricultural Con- Stand SERVICE DEI'ARTMENT
considered very important to highlights gray, brown or for both
servation Service Committee
Skin care is just as Import. use it.The. hazel eyes. Color and Black
ft White
the
USDA are visiting :
ant to her as it is to the teenager
The major difference point is not that you As a finishing touch to Immokalee a res today,Sept.30, TV Sets
Is that the mature woman use eye make-up but that you your daily grooming experiment It has been announced. They
e LOWERS YOUR WATER BILLS needs to use products with use it correctly. For the more with new perfumes, were expected to arrive around
stronger oils and lubricants mature woman with grayor colognes and dusting powder! 3 p.m. General Electronics Inc.
eINCREASESYOURPROPERTYVALUE graying hair, light scents You will find that Collier County Growers are
There is no magic to being shadow and mascara make there are many that are more expected to meet with the SALES & SERVICE
attractive at any age. It takes the eyes wider,' the white pleasing to you now than committee and escort them
work. It is easier today for c'earer. But heavy makeup your stand-bys on the dressIng through some of the sugar cane
the mature woman than it should be avoided. table for many years and field crops 634 5th Avenue So. MI 2-4526
0 SAVES THE WORK OF WATERING plantings




0 HELPS BUILD A BEAUTIFUL GENERAL ELECTRIC GENERAL $ ELECTRIC


LAWN
TRULY CLEAN i .-.4 HIGH SPEED AUTOMATIC

e ENDS UNSIGHTLY DROUGHT FILTER. FLO '


SPOTS WASHER- DRYER

0 GIVES YOU MORE LEISURE
"r' Big I2-lb. Clothes Capacity

TIME GETS BIG 1Mb. LOAD ..i Three Hut S.IectionSelector
,

Water Saver Load Variable Time Dry

Control

Two Wash Cyclei
M
;omplettlr "'Ydtl'JfOw" Friction Door latch
Two Wash Temperature _--S: :

I : Powered Spray Rime / Safety Stet Switch

Spiral Activator Fluff Cycle

1",1., _,.. t Iv (HH sp.
Extra Large Turbo-

'. CITIMATM. W.' wW Df *lj') i" < !> k yr'mtf.WiSftetc'i Type Pump
ot your MM iHt.apt: '

t With Washer ONLY $149
89 Mod3'
Only $ 1 Trade Model WA550 DA 520



P b
CIIMI>3422 734 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH I INGRAM'S Ml 25161I



..



...


re--------- ----,.- ------------ ,

; COUPON GOOD FOR e1 a COUPON GOOD FORe': ;

: I I
l100/AND

: STAMPS; OFF I as TAMPS 1 OFF I %

I ,....... I IChi"
I 4.,1ec. pl I.r. MttUt Lndd.i "Pwittft"
"Mdti' ,."".. I 4 CVM A S..crt PwttUI'* CKlM I l
I Knl r pk. $I." I ,,d.r $2"
I LMI this.t.p.. SO ; UM Hill pew p*. .SOo ;
With this coup** e.i I Wit" Mk' c.p r. -e) I a:
I .. wh $1.99 ,.. wh. , $1.4 t
S".-pt.nlv ., ...11. .... 1.,. I/N : : I --NT...Ir a, "".11I1. ... l-r. .*.4losfflftB .
I ...
e '" & -J_
oto 1-
... ...... ..
--- - - -

COME INANv ENJoY POLYIESAJ} TM }}{{ !


/c vuLIX Dolt PineoppleGropefruitFruit PRICES EFFECTIVE .
THURSDAY, FRIDAY,
46.01
r Drink 4 Co fl. 1.Dole SATURDAY, v
% M A R K T s OCTOBER 1, 2 3, 1964
Tangy Hawaiian Pineapple)

Juice 3 46'01. $1
o o o Cons .
,
KroH'i Salad Drtiiing (limit 1))

t Miracle Whip qr, 39

Sliced or Halved Yellow Cling F&P

Peaches..42I:?
'J J. .

Plain or Self-gising Pillsbury (limit 1)r)
t Flour 5 Ib. 39CRed '
o . o o :
Red or Yellow Tropical Drink Hawaiian

Punch 346.oz. $1.
. ::

Without That Oily Toat.rCrisco !

Oil . 24o:: 29C

Swln'i Dilkltui.-Cr...1 / e
3 *1
Cake Roll rii.SWIFT'S .
N.. Cnckin From N.blic.
THE Warm Welcome ;;.. 411o

down produce' laneBANANAS MONEY IS F Coffee r Yyr Cofftt Mate, Inittnt ,..,.. 49' ;

COMING l-ei.( tis., 29c, I1.n. ill*, 7>ct) Il i it
FROM ,
LIBBY
'
Golden 50*

Ripe 9c lb. OFFER D

Michigan Mclntoih -, (deroih

Apples . . . . . . . . . bag- 39 in store) dairy specials
Kralt'i Will,,... Mlr ik
Kraft'i Pineapple-Orange Margarine . . S;:. 29c

Fruit Juice . . . . . qt. 29* flllibyn'l' DtltcUm S*.wfl.lll
Crisp California Iceberg Rol s 2 !;r.45clr :
..kill.'. $.kd. UnMk.4.
Lettuce , . . . 2 heads 39* Whipped Butter M Y.T 43c

..... .....
Mit. Wi. M."'" A..4 &.tII.
Llkky'i CM.. Styli Cheese . . . lST49cMhi
GOLDEN CORN /
L WlKWwIn M.4lnM w M.I.... a..4H'
,.
.....
6 ..r $1. Cheese . . . 'V.,. .)
LIIIII,'. Crtcn G..4... ISA.ry ell.4H', Jt. ,kf.lo
$ SWEET PEAS ,

I; 6 2::2.J $1. __ AL _ _ _.-15 frozen foods .
LIII.,'. Ttnd.r Cut i .....4
GREEN BEANS 1 'iVr ., Banquet Dinners :"kf. 39cPclRMf

6 sr $1. Quick Fr...n .
Libhy'i Z::fy Fl r..*../. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Pie Shells ':;:' 39c
TOMATO JUICE ,.....
'1'4.1 r. Quick /r".dl
PREMIUM 4 4:::. $1. 0\ KBoo Spears 3 JftB9c
'\J Rkk'i D.llcl .. Fr*..N
CITHER END OR WHOLE Swift'i Premium Sweer Smoke Flavor '
_
Coffee-Rich. :Jr 29c
VOL IJ "CAKE lOOK" ,
SMOKED "i Sliced Bacon Xb 49C Q.kk Fri.K
S..th.r:1.11.
...
39 Now Sole On Deviled Crab. ".I;." 99c

HAMS Premium, Label New SlsiloSealedSwiff's, 20-VOL. BINDERS ONLY 79c Sliii.ii4e Franks Pkg.. 4 7 Game Hens. . :;!* 69c

Prmh BMHM luN OM .ton tai...1
WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE.
per
D Pork Roast . . . . . . . . . . . . . lb. 39 ws
T.row'Wh.l..-H.fl '; STORE HOURS

f to*tee rtTiAf nil D Bag Sausage . . . . . . . . . . p.r lb. S9( Mon. Thurs.
ItCCN.TAMPil WPTH CU i 8:30: 6:30:
D.lklw.. F..h .....

D Pork Steaks . . . . . . . . . . . . p.r lb. 49 8:30 Friday- 9:00:
C*,.k.d'. Kk-JrrU Saturdayoo

? D Braunschwcigcr . . . . per lb. 39 8:30 7:00

-- ----
1s lrTlIA Vi00v& somlrT'Am50 150ml!.. TIAmI50I 50 ml!.. TaAm 50I 150m-.Wl.Amso

"( Green stamp J" Green Jw Green Stamps Jw 1 Green J7// Green Stamps
....._ . .. ... .. .. .
***!(-.. .4..rd.M.Wtswirr I I M.....__eo4...._ I MA 4 t4. grrod-J. sA
PIIMIUM SMOKID HAMS SWifT PREMIUM HUMANS ORANGE lAND LAMIRICHT'S AlKA-SILTZIR INIW SPIIOY
IITHU IND OR WHOLE COLD CUTS lb. 45e 2 10-os. lb.. 69c.. 20-o. pkg.... 36-ct.....pkg. ...,. 98MffiT
1wN.4 Otto .. IW4> ,.. E1 ...._ N4 .. /wNN . Otto tiM 1..w N6 [ Iw.u /I .It4
B 8
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOr lvuu! tGreen ( ( UVUUUUVVVVVUVVVVVU150ml I ) I) 000000000000000000


fREE vuu 0Is soml!,. T.'AmI50I !.. llfm.50I 150m", l.reA'VVVI"50 QTOlWHJ7 m SO


Green M4 Alt.M .Stamps 4 .*u..b I JlI ....-,.Stamps..wow 1 I J" Green Me....ww.4 Stamps......_... I J"1 Green.I A* SWIFT PREMIUM ItOWN 'N < TARNOW1 PIZZA Pin HIRMANS OIANGI lAND ISLI QUICK PROVEN IIISI INSTANT SHAVI IATHIR
SIRVI SAUSAGE AUTO SIZIS AND STYIUr SLICED IOLOGNA r.o SHRIMP ALL STYLES II -OM PACK
B-o:. pkg. 55i ,. price o 12-ot. pkg. 49c 10_-os.....bog...,. 98c. .6yos.. cee. 64ewNw
., i. >*MI :: --.. ...., .... l. itMi w ( IM4I .. M4 0.1 LIW
I O?0 o o lo1iiQiQ.Q.vO 90000000000000000C ipgJ [9 I QQQQQQQQOQO.QQOO. QOOOOOOOOOOOOUUOOO

( -

-......- . -



we.-
'I





.
A * * * * * * * * *

Casey Stengel j "

a a GAME '
II ti

L rrflt Signs Again - I
1 M By ,

David Lyon TIMEa;;

LSPORTSJ w 4 M rft With NY Mets' ,

4A Classifying Florida high schools according to size per.
NEW YORK CAP) At the mils schools of similar size to compete for tournament
r t 9rs.I ripe old age of 74, Casey Stengel honors in many sports. Those who favor the class system .
a, baa creed to a fourth term a* argue that the larger the school, the more mater
8 COLLIER COUNTY NEW N."," P., W.d. S.pt.mb.r 10. "MI manager ot the eeiar-chained sal Its athletic teams have to draw on, and the better
New York Mete such teams are likely to be.

.... ... The announcement at a Tuesday -
r> r .I
--.. ... --- noon press conference came This seems to be logical, but one must not trust the
Junior High Team Beats SATISFIED SMlLI a* no surprise to old Case but Florida High School Activities Assn. to rely on logic
Chicago Cub pitched tarry apparently It jolted come of his much of the time. When the Class A schools were allow.

I Jackson seems to be smiling listener ed to Join in the post-season football playoffs effectivethis
"Were you surprised/" a man fall, the following point system was set up to d.
with satisfaction over
Anally with a microphone asked Sten termlne regional champions in Class At
North Fort Myers 14-6 becoming I 20.game Winner gel."I 0 points for defeating a Class C team.
after 10 years In the ftujor think you was," said Case. t points for tying a Class B team.
leagues. Ha won 28 jn. the "Why should I be? You don't 4 points for beating a Class B team.
NOR""H FT. MYfiRJ ..A 61- that would have tied it up,qua r- minors with Fresno in know my business. I get paid by 9 points for tying a Class A team.
yard touchdown pass play In the terback Don Vandcrgrlft rolledout 1052. people who understand my line 10 points for beating a Class A team.
second quarter got Naples Junior to hU right on a pass-run ...- .,,01 business. The people who 5 points for tying a Class AX team.
High's football team out option. His option was takenup employ me own the ball club. 10 points for beating a Class AA team.
of a hole last night and the Han by Naples' Rusty Hatcher Chip Johnson I No radio station owns It."
then went on to beat North For who leaped eight feet and I BaseballAmerican Stan ings, I I In typical Stengelese he said The people who set up this point system for footballare
Myers, 144.It brought down the ball-carrier I nil new one-year contract called saying to us that Class AA teams are no strongerthan
was Naples', first victory with a jarring tackle for a loss English Foe League National League for a ""1') splendid rai..." Class A teams. The reply should be, If that Is so,
When he was asked how much"splendid" classes
the two
after an opening-game tie with on the play, and Naples' lead W. L. Pet. G.B. w. L. Pet. O.B. he why separate
To New York 05 00 .611 Cincinnati 01 meant, replied,
Fort The was preserved. Fight DrawNaples 87 .576
Myers. contest was
North Chicago 04 64 .505 2yi St. Louie 01 111 .1I7S "I don't have to '11),0' It seems that some A schools In metropolitan areas
Fort Myers' first of the Baltimore 03 64 .503 S Eternally young for a man play a predominantly AA schedule, and A schools
Philadelphia 89 .1188
i
season. Naples next sees PANTHERS STRIKE AGAIN boxer Chip John/on and Detroit 83 73 .832 12'/4 San Fran. 87 70 .11114 11,4 who has been In baseball since outlying areas playing mostly other A teams said It would
action a week from Thursdayat Three plays later, Naples Johnny Prescott of BlrmlfiKhara, Los Angeles 80 70 .803 17 Milwaukee 83 13 .D3Z 1 1910, Stlll looked hopefully to be unfair to give more points for beating AA teams.
Edison Stadium !In Fort enlarged the one-point lead to England In fought to a drla5t Minnesota 77 80 .400 10 Pittsburgh 78 18 .Doo 11 the future."I This would present chances for metropolitan A teams to
night Birmingham.
Myers,meeting CyprIS'Lake's eight point and, for all]I intents Johnson knocked down Pf'acott j Cleveland 76 80 .487 10V. Los Angelei 77 80 .490 1311i think we are starting on score many more points than other A schools could
team. J arid purposes, locked up the for a count of nine in the Mirth ;Boston 00 88 .439 27 Chicago n U ASS 171\ the right course," he said, re possibly earn in a season, it was argued.
The entire first quarter and victory. Morton carried twice round but Prescott got l b011 Washington 61 06 .380 35 Houston SS tz A14 2Dtli ferring to the announcementthat
,
half of the second quarter last for six and three yards, and his feet and won the fink round Kansa City 66 100 .350 30V. New York 81 106 .325 101\ Blng Devtie and Eddie Thle reasoning overlooked the fact that A schools play.
Stinky late of the St. Louis ing AA schedule lose often.
an generally rather
night was played within Naples'25yard Davis turned left end on a to salvage the draw.At Tuesday Result Tuesday; ResultsSt.
line. Two lost fum wingback revert and dashed 1901pounds, John V was Kansa City 7, Minnesota 6, Louis 4, Philadelphia 2 Cardinals, bad Joined the Wets'front
15 Innings office.: Devlne will be an Recently, a Miami sportswriter who has been one of
bles allowed the Red Knights to 47 yards to score. There was outweighed by 7V. pound t>y JIll Chicago S Loa Angel 1 Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 0 assistant to President George the playoff system's most vigorous proponents found it
knock on the door time and backfield deceptionon opponent in the hearyweljf |>at* Milwaukee 7, New York 6
some good
Cleveland it Boston rain 4 Weiss and Stanley will be In necessary to report that there is "discontent among
Los
tie. It Johnson' first Chicago Angel 3
again, but the visitors! held. this play,with MortonDonovan was Rant Detroit at New York, rain charge of player development. schools in the Class A playoff." He said coaches wonder
San Francisco 5 Houston 4
abroad. Next month he la
,
Midway In the second period, and Davis doing their bestto ulod to meet the Peruvian ched. Washington at Baltimore, rain jg innings "Certainly we have Improved whether the present point system is sound.
Naples took over on downs on fool the defense.Llghtneratruggtcdacross. pavy Today Game ," said Stengel. "We
weight In Peru.
the 16 and covered the 84 yardsIn the Johnson champion Kansa City at '* Games have pitchers that other managers "Class A coaches with predominantly AA schedules fear
managed by rj org MinnesotaPlttaburgb at Cincinnati N want to get ownership of. losses to AA schools will endanger hope of
five plays to completely line for the extra point, DeBusman of Washington( at any a post.
change the complexion of the foal. There were still four career record Naples of 8-5.2, no>vh hat a twUlght New York at Milwaukee, N They must be better. I've got season berth, with the regional title going to a smallerA
all S Philadelphia at St. Lout N some men who actually can school not involved In AA competition the writer
game. Tom Morton started off minute to go In the third pe rlod, fights against hlghly-rafa.tded Detroit at New York, two ,
Chicago at Lea N pitch nine innings. Now they are .
the drive with two six-yard runs but North Fort Myers found the boxers. 'night Angel
Cleveland at Boston, 2 Houston at San Francisco calling us up and asking about .aid.U
through good holes on the left going tough against the Panther River Only game scheduled. Thuraay* Game* our players"Donald Class A school coaches and administrators are con.
side defense The Knight lost the Thuray'\ Game New York at Milwaukee Grant, chairman of vinced that the playoff system is worthwhile, they should
ball once 'tan in r-roeprlonand To Host Golf Kansas City at Minnesota Houston at San Francisco the board, said the Mete never seek some change In the regional point system after this
OUTRUNS DEFENDERS once 011 a lust tumble Detroit at New York, 2 Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N had any Intention of hiring any. season, to give the proper weight to victories over or
Twice more fullback Morton "Our defense( saved us early Tourney Sunday Waahlngton( at Baltimore, N Chicago at Lo Angeles, N body else but did talk: to one or ties with the bigger schools' football teams.
carried for three snd yards, In the game" ( oach Mil Marshall Only (am*. scheduled. Only game scheduled two men who might be available
and on third down tailback Bill said afterward. NFM The regular monthly oiling of If Casey decided to retire. SEASON CONTINUES FOR BILUE!:
Donovan backed up and threw a got the bal as close as the the Greater Naples Men; Golf After a little vacation from baseball, Harry Blllle will
strike to Wingback Jerry Davis two-yard line or only the fourth Association will be held $i da7, get back Into action October 2 when he goes to the east
October 4, at the Palm River Think coast for two months of play In the Florida fall instruct
well near downfleld mIdfield. In Davis a hurry, who got on but scrimmage Naples play defenders of the rose name to, bott Golf, tourney ind Country chairman Club anftgUitcaxl, &.<,b.A.be Positive To Putt Well/ tlonal league.

the play, took the ball in stride throw Knights ,tot< losses on today) The Pittsburgh Pirates team in the Florida league

and outran all defenders to the three plays. A holding penalty Abbott said br.attul''wf.1l be (4 h it Me 33rt in At aeries of HOME PRO golf lessons). will be located at Pompano Beach. After two or three
NFM goal line.Lightner against NFM also helped out. served at the clubhouse, ptgin. i weeks of batting and fielding instruction, the team will
added the extra pointon Larry I lee recovered two nine at 7 a.m. and that tvofl By GARY NIXON play a schedule against similar clubs around the state.
a run, further delighting the fumbles tor the anthers, time has been set for 8 Ct oc.k. Pro, Phllmon" C.C., Huntingdon Valley, Po.
good Naples crowd that followedthe one In each half. Mike Matu- The association holds a'f'Ic1a1eoU { Bnlttn fcrAPNtuiftalurtt. Billie doesn't need the Instruction as much as the
team to this game. slak Intercepted a second-half outing for members *t drat Pirates organization, which stands firm in Its Intentto
The Red Knights struck Also pitching In on defense Sunday of each month, and fnatj The putter I* one of the most Important clubs In your golf bag not convert the Seminole into an infielder Though Bit
pass.
quickly after Intermission,Jay were Lightner, who made in the evening following tj,* golf only because It can help you to score well, but probably more than lie's amateur career-such as it was..consisted of catch
outing for a business styi ing and playing the outfield, the Pirates never have had
golf
Robinson went over right tackle a number jf tackles and Davis, any other club It affect your mental outlook toward the game.Practice .
Instructional session dl... him behind the plate. The only outfield action he has seen
nine yards to the Naples 43 on Hatcher, Doug Peterson meetings are held In th% Com* Frequently you can overcomethe as a pro player was for a few games in the Arizona
the first play. On the next play, Franklin Luckey, Monty Hack- munity room of the Naples >Fed.eral > handicap of one or morepoor'shots league last winter.

workhorse fullback Marvin ney, Donovan, and others. Savings and Loan Aoda with a fine putt. On the determines where the

Thompson found a hole at left The Panthers will practice on lion at the Four Corners.Homecoming other hand, when you blow,best position Is to place the ball, At Gastonla the past summer Blllle played third base
tackle and shed Naples defen- Improving their execution of offensive sometimes makes and shortstop and batted .237 for the Class A club. He
a dinky one It although\ generally the best spot
ders one by one on his 42* In preparationfor hit about .280 at the Ashevllle farm club In the last 10
yard scoring Journey. next week's plays CuUrt you so angry you can't see the Is between the left foot and the days of the season. Blllle said the Class AA pitching

On the extra-point attempt'NEW game.RECOGNITION At FSU Selected tall. This psychological factor center of your stance. he saw at Asheville seemed easier to hit than the hurl.
AP Flor.Ida can carry over for a few holes Putting differ from other Ing he faced in the Class A league he played In most of
TALLAHASSEE ( ) -v the
. State University elect'q its sod wreck your whole game. strokes in that you try to roll season.

AT HOME flve.merober homecoming court It 1 I. important that you believe the ball on the ground Insteadof
WILL THEY BE!: HUNGRY LATER?
NEWPORT Kv. AP) Th. from among 44 candidate Tuea. In your ability to putt. My lifting It In the air, Try to Knowledgeable writers have all but shifted the Mil.
perfect time which Jim Dunning day. former boa Sam Snead I little i waukee and Cleveland baseball
one get a overspln on the ball, franchises to Atlanta and
One of the five will be l cted
of the Philadelphia Phillie ,
i
Frlt to of the great golfer of all time, like a youngster does when he Seattle respectively, effective after this suason.The Braves
pitched against the New VorkMet. homecoming queen #)
and Indians showed gains in attendance this
II i being recognized In his preside over FSU' homcPining. yet he actually feels he can't roll a tire along the ground. timing of the anticipated moves on the surface year does, so not the
home town. celebration Oct. 0.10. putt. Snetd actually is a good You can attain this by striking appear to be too good.
A bronze plaque bearing a Her Identity will remain\secret putter, but by, thinking he Is not the ball on the flat part of the hR 4 "r<
Iik.n..lIIr Dunning who re- untu she 1* crowned with t white it harasses Ms game and "has are or slightly on the upswing. Fans in Atlanta and Seattle reportedly are hungry for
aides Ih nearby Fort Thomas. I II Indian war bonnet during c re.
being placed .in the Campbell monies Oct. 0.Homecoming. cost him more than one big Walter Hagan described It best GARY NIXON major league baseball, but then so was Milwaukee In
1952 before the Braves moved from
Boston.
When the
County Park The park's bale- end will the tournament You must .learn to when he said, strike the ball a U.. Handi ae S.lid Unit Braves tailed off after the pennant-winning years of 1957

bill field also is" being named I football game against tn, unl. take putting In stride the good little above the equator r -a and 1958, the Milwaukee fans stayed away In great throngs
.1 for him. varsity of Kentucky Oct. 10.- .nd the bad. On putt from all feet to infinity from County Stadium.

In teaching the art of putting, try to visualize the hole 1ro
eeeee eee eeeee . I try to get the pupil to use the a* one foot In diameter, and If '' Costs of running a major league team have shot so high
that the first million fans to turn out during a season
reverse overlapping grip, that I* you can roll the ball to within merely assure the club owners they will not lose money.
keep the back of the left hand that diameter you'll rarely three r Y

ocie1VINCY'S and the palm of the right hand putt and should get your shareof One man's sport is another man's business, and per.

eeHbtf facing toward the Intended target one putt. Shoot for a bigger ci sons Interested In baseball are wondering whether Con.
grass or the Supreme Court will amend the
the same as the blade of the target On short putts, try for prevailing
official attitude that baseball Is a sport and not a bust.
HERE club. Move both hand and the the cup. ness. Franchise shifts already made and others rumored

PIZZA club had as a solid unit back. The length of the backswlng are beginning to stir the lawmakers As a legal sport,
I
wards and forwards In a straight depends on your distance from baseball now I* not subject to anti-trust laws and other

& SPAGHETTI HOUSE line. The touch and feel I fa an the cup. A common fault I* tak- regulations governing business enterprises.

individual development Constant ing too long a backswlng. This HERE!: COMES ST. LOUISA

SPAGHETTI w souce. practice should help you attain has a tendency to make you few days ago I remarked about the plight of St. Louis

SPAGHETTI meotbolls a touch and feel similar to that quit before you get to the ball Cardinals manager Johnny Keane facing the prospect of

SPAGHETTI w sausage. of a billiards player. and you push or chop instead being fired after the season was over Keane was told
to produce a winner but finished
pennant
second last
& RAVIOLI w meatballs. There are varied stances Tryto of getting a smooth rhMhmlcal) year.

RAVIOLI I w, sausage. find a position most comfortable stroke. In practicing: the stroke 1. The Cardinals were third last week, six games behind
lo you. Basically, your feet hit a half dozen or more without a Philadelphia. The situation has changed abruptly since
MANICOTTI wmeatballs. should be aliened with toe looking at the bal I. simply Reverie Overlapping Grip then, with the Cardinals now In a flat-footed tie with

MANICOTTI w/sausoge. parallel to the intended line of look at the hole R teaches you league leader Cincinnati, while Philadelphia has slid be.
hind Cincinnati and St. Louis and Into third place
STUFFED SHELLS w/meotbolls. this ball. Your feet should be to move through the ball front of the'ball. Stroke through

STUFFED SHELLS w, sausage. spread j o more than shoulder smoother this object This Is known as If Keane's club comes through to win or Just barely
LASAGNE width, usually a little\ I less but A few last suggestions: On spot putting Also, In order to misses out on the pennant, Cardinal owner August Busch

CHICKEN CACCIATORA w/spaghttti. wide enough to live you a solid long putts pick out an object a develop the delicate touch necessary will slip. look somewhat foolish when he gives Keane the pink

feeling. There Is a normal flex spike mark, mil discoloration
VEAL CUTLET PARMESAN wspogh.ttl.VEAL i. for good. putting, use a light
of the knees to help you relas. etc., about all to 10 feet In club.AN Cincinnati players, determined to win one for ailing man.
SCALOPPINO w'spaghetti.
alter Fred Hutchinson, are playing Inspired ball. They are
STEAK Y giving a performance exceeding their ability The Reds
Choice at f hameMee *r aide order el, spaghetti, were not picked to do much at the start of the season,
Mu.hroomt p.".,. added la ob... erdet. .. but there they are at the top.
Ham mode Italian bread 1 evttet & Italian
olod ..,.... with abate .....ra. BASEBALL IN FOOTBALL SEASONIt
-- ELEPHANT NEVER FORGETS! Is obvious, from the ridiculously small attendance
(J5CHEVROLETS: CLOSED MEATBALL SANDWICH. figures this late In the baseball season, that the diamond
OPEN MEATBALL SANDWICH. season Is too long. Contenders and inlanders alike playto

THE BEAUTIFUL CLOSED SAUSAGE SANDWICH. REPUBLICANS REMEMBER REGISTERWHEN way nearly-empty to run a busineis-I houses.mean This, sport.hardly seems a profitable

OPEN SAUSAGE SANDWICH
Further baseball players face shortened careers becauseof
J BnD MINESTRONE SOUP. the exhausting modem-day schedule that has more games,
PIZZA w'cheese. more night games, and long trips at odd hours. For their
PIZZA and own good, players should be expected to press more
....111..1 AT ........... w cheese sausage. vigorously for a reduction In the number of games each
i: PIZZA w'cheese, sausage, pepperoni season.A .
I and mushrooms. WHERE
DEADLINE 144.game schedule would allow each team to play
INGRAMNAPUS PIZZA "The Works" Includes fish each other 18 times, and allow the season to finish and

I and peppers. OCTOBER 3 1964 Collier County Courthouse the World Series to be played before the fans get com
MI 2.5105 & Small. pletely taken up la the Interest and excitement of a new
Lorge
ANTIPASTO.

CHEVROLET, INC. We specialize In takeout orders 5:00 P.M. football season. .

OPEN II A.M. to II P.M. .oc.pt Sundeyi, HORSES AID WELFARE
I 130 NINTH STREET, N Ste t II I P.M. CLOSED TUESDAYS
REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEOF LEXINGTON. Ky. (AP One The league baa turned over

TRAILTERRAtE.RO 4i, NORTH .MI2.2454e.o.oaeee.eeeoeer of the country', largest outdoor more than IJJO.OOO the last 21
l1 COLLIER COUNTY tone shows ia staged each su > years to welfare projects, mainly
met by the Lemngttn Junior' to help the hanc1icappect..er..r..at.e .
League.

t

> IW .
'
... --------S-- -
-



. (I;
-
-
--- --


i t 'I't II I




;ts offbeat travel topics . T. o Financiers Fear CreditIs 4 9-

-

]in _? 2!


eke ?laplet ?f.gfMJ '* X .i, Being Over Extended I


.N. B)' SAM DAWSON next year the Congress take a k1
AP Business News Analyst new look at the entire credit
NEW YORK LAP) The ads situation. F
dical By Anne I I. Bowes and commercial keep telling The vice chairman of the
.
.f an you how easy It Is to borrow. Federal Reserve Board, C. Can. Xry"s
- But some of the manager of by Balderston say the quality WRc*
ars.'hlon. \ the nation's monetary and cred. of credit can be maintained at L-i-wutJ 'vv
It systems are getting uneasy the present rate of lending If
o\ed about the chance that the banker and other financial
mounting volume of loan and Institutions keep a sharp eye ,HIIt
11 s. mortgage might run Into a But he also warns of the high
ea-- x double play.Specifically, potential for unsound extension 1
,iller : Some bad risks of credit to businessmen or
the arc popping up because of over. consumer who overrate their
and tealou lender and overconfU future financial prospects

dent borrower. lie urged particular caution In
tie This uneasiness among the helping Individual Increase lt )I
'
55-- d monetary authorities 1* tied their home mortgages to raise +
lake r right now to fear that the grow money for household equipmentor fy
real { w Ing optimism about business In vacation travel.
sub. general could lead to overexten Balderston points out another
Ion by both buslnes men and trend, the large growth In the
late. consumer debt of unincorporated business.
And these authorities are es such as proprietorship and

>lit a -- citing Increasing mortgage partnerchips. He say that de.
'canon BEAVER RIVER This spectacular stream sits foreclosures and some growth In spite some rise In the bad debt
I in the midst of marvelous canoeing country Thereare "ADIRONDACK IIOUSE" This very old camp volume of delinquent bills losses from such loans, the r

more than 135 miles of untouched shoreline is now used as a hunting and fishing lodge. Most Monetary managers are by trend so far Is being kept In
I'omIrly offering beaches and sites of camps in the area similar to this one have their nature a cautious lot. And de. reasonable bounds. But he urge
great beauty.
camp bankers to make of the
spite their fretting, Americansby sure
own Delco plants and use pot stoves for heat.
and have handled the financial health of businessmen
large
Hotel teaches her
After the rugged lumberjacksleft rldgewock
children In the tendsto House, hospitality and good the untouched beaches of Still- welling volume of personal seeking such loans
few families morning
. a remained at So far the rise in the numberof
debt with a minimum of Individ
ion the trade-
are water Flow be
home-cooking to explored,
hotel duties all afternoon and
Beaver River,making their living ual disaster The majority debt defaults Isn't alarming.The .
marks. A vacation trails and lakes
summer or to visit camp
by gu1d ,trapping.fishing evening. doubltes will continue along a monetary authorities are
\>by and running hotels. A school Years ago,many people came a fall hunting trip can be a real sites galore (all free), good fairly prudent course. Just sounding the note of cautionto
fileput began, with grades one to nine, to the Adirondacks to cure adventure. Not only are there fishing and hunting and swim- It's the fringe risk that the both lender and borrower '--'- -

run by a single teacher. Atone "consumption." Cases so advanced ming, but there are eveningswith authorities. are worried about not to get too far off base WHAT \ CiRIV and what n catch Paul

time Beaver River had the that they were given UniformsFor Beaver Rlverites who tell the ones now getting Into trou.ble -- Duna\', Ji ,1 ijri'ii, 7. n i student! at Shadow lawn School

hs, smallest high school In the nation mere months to live arrived at Plan New tall tales dance and gossip in and the ones that could U is the proud,\ fisherman. The snouk,27! inches long

one student I Today, Beaver River. One boy coughed Game Wardens pure Adirondack tradition businessmen and consumer Engineers Survey and \UMjrhlnj II I pounds was caught off bridge I

shy there Is one hotel, one hunting blood from his chest every time They may be dlamonds-ln-the- grow overconfident: because the hue with a hand line Needless to say. he hadplrnty
and fishing lodge and no chool. he worked. Another man car TALLAHASSEE (APThe rough, but genuine. current business upturn appears Panama City Area \ of help ( MiGratli photo)
to them to be endless
sal old khaki uniform of Florida's Where else could s
The of the Nor- ried plers to pull pieces of persongo For Recreation
proprietress
lea tame wardens Is on the way out and know the ONLY link to The Federal Home Loan Bank
bone from his Infected -
,Ill' rotten leg and a n.w. two-tone one la corn. the outside world of noise and Board report that foreclosure TALLAHASSEE (AP) TheU. Kilos Friday Smithsonian Institution In Wash.
for with Tuberculosis. He Ing In. 0.1 home mortgages have been S. Army Engineers had a lllftOII.
confusion Is via train a
cut wood on crutches for two The new uniforms Include a one rising The rate per 1,000 loan $10,000 contract today with the For Builder Of lie was a member oF the So.
Ise In years. Both were cured by the bottle green Jacket with tan day or across the sparkling advanced was 1.38 In the three :federal Area Redevelopment Ad. defy of Automotive Engineers.

nd Military pure air and evergreen odors. shoulder straps, tan shirt with waters of Stlllwater Flow by month ended June 30, com. i ministration to continue survey Sul7HearcatVtNICF( Dorn In Anson, Tex, he movedto

.1.1I The man lived to be 92 years green shoulder straps and botUe boat? pared with 1.24 a year earlier. ;Into the possibility of developingan Sarasota, Fla., from Louis
oldl) Dr. Trudo, famed founderof green trousers with tan leg For a l&month period this outdoor recreation area be. : (AD)-Funeral services vllle, Ky., in 1912 and had livedIn
brought the rate to 5.24per 1,000 i tween Panama and will he hold rlcinv in Ual.
stripes. City Chlpley.The
Venire .
Florida Get Trudo Sanatorium at Saranac for 11'1'I'lr.i ,
Pleasure Boat las, Tex., for sUvanua Cobb
loans compared
The uniform
will be outstanding ,
worn by
Lake,came hunting and fishing to tor'' lie If. survlvi l thi" widow,
I wildlife officers, regional with 4.78 for the 12 months end. money was pay Turkenkoi, (u.builder I> of the
at Beaver River and Little Ray man. Tax Nets $187,567 ed evaluation of engineering and I Famed Stuff Bearcat automobile Ruth and one' hrothot', Dewey,
.
Information officers and June 30,1963.Chairman
agars,
I pids. Some local folks say he ,office[ receptionists. The unl. Joseph W Darr of geological problem revealed by Tuikenki>| f, ului iN" lid of Ile ipso. Meal" "-,

Right To Vote brought his first cases here to j Forms are waslwand>wear mate Revenue To State the Federal Deposit Insurance core. drilling.. and foundation I been associated with several II
test .
be cured. :rial and each employe was pro. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Corp., lay that the Increasing I Farm Implement manufacturing
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Hun. The visitor to Beaver River aided with six: complete unl. i new tax on pleasure boats volume of mortgage credit out. The proposed plan call for a I Firms died at his horn Tuesday RENEW YOUR iDRIVER'S
dreds of people living on mill. can still see a bit of "Moun-i forms[ 1 brought In 1183.587 In Its second standing and the easing of 'i 5,000.acre recreation area If adam lie was 73.Turkenkopt, LICENSE !
" six term In region 1* cause In the Econflna Creek would built the first twit DURING
, tary reservations in Florida had tale Wlldness" at the hotel months of operation the many YOUR
,I I rI the right to register and vote to. bullet holes in the window frameof State Conservation Department enough for the hoisting of warning !result In a suitable water levelIn I propelled' arm Iractoi In tills BIRTH MONTH
I the lakes. 't wUlltr)', It's on display at the
reported.The signal. He propose that deadening
day largely through the effort the bar. A gambler named
of Duval County Supervisor of Tennessee appeared In town money was divided$72,827to
'I Registration Bob Mallard. and seemed respectable enough the counties and $111,240 to
,. Mallard asked Atty. Cen. the state.
until he drunk. He was a
got
James Kynes to review the law Most of the first year's Ucenst
shell-shock victim from World
" on the question and, particularlya tax money was paid by boatmenIn
" 1952 attorney general's opinion War I and quite unpredictablewhen the first six month. 100 FLAME1ESS ELECTRIC RANGES
I withholding the vote from such drinking. One night begot From July 1 to Dec. SI last
people., mad at Walt Thompson,the pro year, boat owners paid $753,453,
prietor, ran out for his gun and of which the counties received
Kynes called for a meeting of fired from the of the $523,243 the Conservation De.
edge used in entire day's bake-off atPillsbury's
i Navy onvllle legal area officer with in his the staff Jack.to woods. Luckily, he mistook partment said.Browsed an
a box for Walt's head County's share of the
discuss the problem.. cigar
L Kynes said the 1952 opinion "That was one of the few timesIn : collection from Jan. 1 to June
30 this totaled
year $10.429.
was based the that NATIONAL BAKE-OFF
upon principle recent years state Other counties and amount
that residents of bases under the called for
Troopers were help .
Alachua "52, Bay $883, Br. .
exclusive Jurisdiction of the fed. -- -' A *
ordered Tennessee
They out -
yard $2,811; Dad $0,712, Decal
eral government were considered of Beaver River-and the State- $3,855. Escambla $1,401, Hill*.
non-residents. WINNER of boat and mo-
Therefore they
forever. borough $2,947, Lee $2,203
could not vote tor recently given
register or In away
Another but harmless Leon $581 Manatee
strange, $1,717,
Florida. free by Imperial Service I I.
Florida's election character was old Smith Marion $80'7, Monroe $1,783Or.
code
re. Stations Fred
Meeker. He had been hit by was BrysonJr. an(* $3,200 Palm Beach $3,320
: not rest
jtlres only one
year ., North Fort Myers according Plnella $5,386,Polk$2,639 Put. .
dente in the state and six a bolt on his head when riding ,
to Imperial advertising nam $429 St. John $240: St.Lu-
,
train Doc
months In the county but also a through a tunnel.
manager Nancy Hol da $e21,Sarasota $2,438, Semi.
an Intention to become a perma. tors fixed him up with a metal
ode $660 and Volusla :
$1,491.
land. ,
rent resident of the state. plate. He wore a long black
This Included buying a Florida beard and spoke like a Scots

automobile license tag and a man. Whenever he went In the

Florida drivers license. woods, he carried his gear In
Many military personnel keep
a wheelbarrow. Folks tell of
ant
their residences In their home
states, voting absentee. But seeing him miles back from LET'S GROw Togetherby p e a'r
those who shift to Florida whileIn Beaver River, pushing the
the service found the hard. squeaking vehicle long the \!

hip of being denied the ballot.In trail @
his opinion handed down Two of the nicest aspects of
late Tuesday Kynes overturnedthe life at Beaver River are the
1952 opinion a* outdated and square dances and the fact that
opened the registration book to no car needs to be licensed. WENDELL f. PETERSON, New Owner

all military personnel.In Clunkers from the 1920's rightup

support of his position, to new Cadillacs run around
Kynes said the situation concern. NAPLES GARDEN SPOT
the 10 miles of din tracks which
Ing military bases had changed
during the past 12 years link camps to the water and to i -
the hotel. Only three owners
"It no longer can be said that
out of about SOcarry Insurance!
the federal government exercis.e ATTENTION ROSE GROWERS!
I exclusive Jurisdiction over Square dances are held on ,

I military reservations," he said holidays like Labor Day Elec- Something completely new and revolutionaryIn
"Congress has receded to the tion Day and sometimes with- bushes
rose for South Florida will soon be on
states Jurisdiction it once out warning. They are wild
claimed. and vigorous affairs. Men at the retail market, and we will have them In

For instance, he said, Floridanow Beaver River are strong and our store I After many years of experimental

collects motor fuel, alcohol. know how to whirl a girl right growing it Is apparent that these bushes will

Ic beverage and tobacco taxes off her feet. Sometimes I band out and out bloom others In South Pillsbury'i Bake-Off Finals September 14 at Americana Hotel, Miami Beach
on base families grow any
; many pay of old-timers, the Sleepy Hol-
personal property taxes; and the low Gang, plays and then folks Florida. 100 finalists won $100XX( in prize*, FUmrleiM electric ranges were used

unemployment Compensation and really fly. Other shin-digs Include exclumvily to rook and bake their pri/e.winning r ('is at the
workmen' compensation .law amazingly low average cost of about f'tt' |per ranger
Barbeques Clam Bakes
are enforced on bases. Roses are one of the beautiful of the

Therefore, he said, U the state Fireman Suppers, etc:. flowers your garden can yield, but they are dif.

has military concurrent bases, Its Jurisdiction personnel over are here There, but may people sot be are a helpful church ficult to grow In South Florida, as a general rule. It proves once again : //mm'/! / ",* ELECTRIC COOKINGis

considered residents of the state and friendly like In the early This new ROSA FORTUNIANA root stock Is provo CHEAPEST
cleanest coolest safest and too!
U they otherwise comply with pioneer days. At both the Nor- Ing to be superior to any other for Florida conditions . ,

the election code. rldgewock Hotel and Adirondack It Is commercially available In limited
GRAND PRIZE WINNER MISS JAMS
I quantities and In lust a few weeks we'll have it BCYKIN, 17, of Melbourne, Fla?

REAL ESTATE IN NAPLESMotels here for your gardening fun. and her home eionomiri tear her,
MM, Jane Newman, admire the
c I electric range on which the cooked
S Residences favorite varieties will be available in b
Many ; ( her $25,000 firm prize winning : 1 1
Acreage Florida grown container bushes this fall, with j "I'eatheeiy 1'ie r 'IRAL
Rentals EIEC F
the cost comparable to other quality rose bushes.

Co-operative apartments They're worth waiting for. because you. can ARTHUR ANDRES, Onl Manager '
General Electric Hinge Dent Is IsToday's
0 Beach front property expect them to completely revolutionize your hand s cheek for t768 to N, H,

rose growing. Remember the name , ROSA Hollinger, FPL District Man
PARTICULAR PROPERTY roe PARTICULAR PIOFLI ager, for the entire day's rout oft
FORTUNIANA . and we'll let you know as .
SPECIALIZING IN NAPLES AND SURROUNDING AREASW. elect ricity
'. soon as they arrive!
,...
xp"CHOiCE tlntnc ranges art loaded i
: : with netting neu. (taturti See thins
I ; This is the spot to watch for news and Information at your appliance duuttr,:

; R;y SmJt > .PRI ERtIr t y 1' on gardening In Naples, and this Is / .eeee.e.ee..eeeeeeeeeeee.

REALYGR '-SII Le\ r the spot to buy" those gardening materials . Now Cheaper than Ever toGO :



__( Kfi M! RENT <<\' II ,Q ,than to ALL-ELECTRIC use it In combination with ::

t -r.ti Garden
I '. Naples Spot .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeecce.eee flame type fuels: .:

e

ROY SMITH, Realtor :I9t 447 5th AYI., So. MI 2-2840
MI 2'1TI FLORIDA I POWER & LkGHT COMPANY
; Hflh ,Uraut frog*
.
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA




Jr'1 tia ,'
'
_, "- \;y.
ttti V"" '" : ...



.'- "wv r ... ... - ... -......- - .
,.
tj -




10 COUltK COUNTY NEWS N.pl. PI... Wed" S.p...mlwr 301..604 I, of nearly a million people when m
,, the bullet.rtddled bodies of Mar. Work Or Get Off Relief
ta VUlagomet, 21. and her ,
brother, Juan Manuel, 14; and ,

Yank Sentenced To Die their dying sister, Hilda, 19, .
In car J I tI
wr found crumpled In a __ Order
returning LA
near here. They had been tr Supervisors
from Laredo, Tex, with
their elder brother, Raul, when They win not to school:
Mexico He's InnocentMONTERREY grim go
Says their car broke down. Raul LOS ANGKLES (AJ) Th or team a trade. It semi about
hitched a ride Into a nearby Los Angeles County relief pro.gram time to sayi "Either work or
Mexico(AP)-> Mexico's Supreme Court hu town, leaving the three behind. dew baa bee ordered alteredto yon will not get food.' "
Each day seems to crow had his case under review the Hilda, who lived for 17 days t Include this provisos "Work The supervisors enacted a
longer tor Dyke Askew Sim.,,last 13 months and a decision: la after the shooting, said an -or get off rel1et." dve-point program which
mon a* h* await final word u expected before long. American drove up after Raul The Los Angeles County brought varying opinion from
to whether he'll There's had left and tried to start the Board of Supervisors, which
have to pay for only a slim chancethe state and labor officials. A state
a crime he claim he didn't 36.year.old Fort Worth car. When that failed, he offered ordered the welfare change: official aid tile plan sounded
commit. crane operator wUl face a Mail- the three a rid Into town. When Tuesday, even ha* a type of legal. A labor spokesman ex.
The tall Texan, first Amerl. can firing squad, the sentence Hilda refused, the American wort In minds field hand labor. pressed doubt
sentenced to handed down became enraged and, claiming Such wort on California Kahn
can ever legally for the slaying of Supervisor Kenneth
death In wait three he wa a bandit, pulled out a farm I* now don mostly by
Mexico, hat been members of a prominent estimated Los Angeles County
tor
Ing for five )'ear.in a cell In the Monterrey family Oct. 13, 18511. weapon and started firing. Mexican national Imported state's will bar 30,000 unemployed
had entered Mexico the under till
penitentiary. Although Nuevo Leon Stale of Simmons purpose youth available to take over
which Monterrey 1s the capital, through the Laredo the day of bracero program. the bracero job when the labor.
and arrested Efforts Induce unemployed
the shooting wa to
retain the death sentence u t Importation plan expires Dec.
maximum punishment It hasntbeen three day later near Monter. person to take over the work -
ray. On her deathbed, Hilda had most of It *o>calld: stoop labor 31.Th
applied here In over 40 supervisors said the new
Identified Simmons as the ass*!. at $1.00 to $..n an hour bar
years regulation would make these
failed. The bracero program
There Is his requirements of employer
a probability lant.The
ends Dec.: 31.Supervisor.
sentence may be commuted to first conviction: In March Db hiring from relief rolls:
20 year., and a possibility he 1961, was turned back for retrial Ernest lot E.of able 1. That adequate sanitary
Vast saldi "we have a
when a court ruled Hilda's Iden.
may go free.Discussing. relief facllltl: and other acceptable
bodied boy on the pro.
tlficatlon of .
these chances: Slmmon.lmproper.The employment condition: be pro.
It lun't liktly that manyof Simmons said "III accept second conviction, with the Tided.

tocl.,'* campovcr will nothing except full vindication dying girl's testimony stricken, INEA Telephoto) 2. That the minimum wage be

leave very deep footprint and freedom. I'm Innocent. I followed Dec. 12, 1962. Upheldby GIVE GOP TilE IIVII{ HAH{- .Sen Stephen Young, right, has a hearty laugh with Dem WEATHERHigh at llast'I.25.
drove Into Mexico. I wa the State Supreme Court, the ocratic: Vice 3. That If possible, steady
Presidential ,
la the undi of just : candidate Hubert{ H. Humphrey at the annual steer roast rally Low Pr.
history, *o
case went to the nation's highest
In the country when It In should be provided.
barely Cleveland. employment
Humphrey lashed out at GOP candidate William Miller for hit stand 5J St05
last Albany cloudy
let' take a quick: look at happened. tribunal August. against the Immigration bill. 4. Adequate transportationshall
80 56
the old timer who did. Doubts about his Involvement Simmons' biggest complaintIs Albuquerque, clear be provided to the farms.
were burled under the initial that "our foreign service has Atlanta, cloudy az sa .02 5. Recipient of public assist
W'r speaking of Fran.Schub.rt avalanche of horror and hysUerta : done absolutely nothing" about Bismarck, clear SO IS anc will not be required to
that swept this community: his problem But U.s. consulate presented to the American pea Former SS Officer Boise, cloudy 'JT 5S work under unusual circumstances : .
: born In 1797 atLlchtenthal official here periodically: visit LBJ Soft pie u the accomplishment of a Boston, cloudy: 54 50 .31 such u illness or other
him and check his regime that has deliberatelyand Buffalo clear 82 III
: truly a great needs. difficult conditions In their
.hoes Simmons look at It this way continually slowed down the Found Guilty Of Chicago, clear 51 52 families.
compoftrr careerended "
EXCLUSIVE'* AT R4R "It's just Ilk* the Dreyfus advance of aviation, he said. Cincinnati, dear as 110
at only 31 year 01'Ie case. Just change: the charge On Reds He added that Democratshave Wartime MurderMUNICH Cleveland, clear n SII
from espionage to murder and it called the All a fighter. Denver, clear 7t 110
Nomads by Legend
Our SpecialIndividuality fits Interceptor and a bomber, too. Dee MoInlldear '71 4S
me perfectly, especially the Germany (AP) -
Schubert'* first symphony part In the beginning where the "We deplore even more the A German court convicted for Detroit, clear: 84 48 Because of mystic dread of
family Is told not to do attempt politically to modify an Fairbanks cloudy 1111 4S spirits and disease, Malayan
was produced: In in. say or mer SS Gen. Karl Wolff, 64, of ,
. anything, not to ask for help and Says Barry inherently sound technological aiding In the wartime murder Fort Worth, cloudy '73 118 aborigines move their settle.
1813 and during hi* short that development Into something Helena '74 118 ments continually. Legend
everything will be okay In of 300,000 Jews In Poland and cloudy
life pn h* was reipon- GIFTS the end." DAYTON Ohio (AP) Sen. militarily. spurious, Goldwatersaid. sentenced him to 15 years at Honolulu, dear 88 '75 .04 says a nomadic tribe was
Bible for 144 competition The story of the court-/mar. Barry Goldwater, on a whistle hard labor. Indianapolis, clear '71 4S punished because it ignoreda
In Cincinnati
citadel of which for.
:
Haled French artillery officer, a The former Nazi officer was Jacksonville, cloudy 8g 7S divine decree
Accessories stop campaign through the Mid.
All told, Schubert': com.plet Alfred Dreyfus, Is his favorite west, has charged that President Ohio conservatism, Goldwatertold pale but stood ramrod straight Juneau, cloudy 53 45 .28 bade it to remain more than
work fill some 40 Antiques piece of literature, says Sim Johnson' administration 1* crowd of a whooping, stomping u h* heard the court read the Kansas City, clear '73 110 four days In one place.
volume. mono "My mother gave It to "soft on communism" more than 15,000 Tues.day verdict. The prosecution had Los Ancllll, clear 7'7 liS
INTERIORSFurniture me. I've read It eight times." As he pressed his quest for administration nights "I charge U that this asked life imprisonment, the Louisville, dear "U
soft
Schubert never saw such: votes In Ohio today, the Repub. on com maximum sentence since West Memphis, dear S1 5'7
munlsm 'COUNTDOWN"for
and you know It.
fin Initrument a* you Voters Just Had lican presidential candidate "Can you imagine what It Germany abandoned capital Milwaukee, cloudy 64 4S
accused Johnson and punishment in 1949. Mpl..st.P. cloudy 81 40
Secretaryof ,
would be like to have four
may see any day here at Upholstering Too Much Choice Defense Robert S. McNa. years of a regime that Is soft more on Wolff had been adjutant to New Orleans, cloudy as '73 .IS citizenship
VAN DER VEER MUSIC Draperies SEATTLE:, Wash. (APi mara of trying to make political communism?" he asked a rally Holnrlch HimmUr, leader of the New York, cloudy 11'7 54 ..14Ok1&
CENTER, 149 9th St, Carpeting There may be such a thing as capital out of U.S weaponry. beamed to a state radio and SS, and at one time was Hlmm City, dear 71 1\1\
giving the voters too much of a That charge was prepared fora television audience. ler's top \liaison man with Hit. Omaha, clear 73 51
and It I I. easy to own one. choice. rally In Dayton, home ofWrirht.Patl.rson "No," the crowd roared. ler. The prosecution charged Philadelphia, rain 511 56 .SO Ii I 3 DAYS
Jut talk with our counselor Tom Kranjcevlcb and hispretty Air Force Goldwater said President that he was a member of the Phoenix, dear .5 sa
and he will arrangteverything blonde wife Janet, each Base, a* Goldwatar' campaign Johnson "seems to be afraid to Nazi brain trust which plannedthe Pittsburgh, cloudy 58 48Ptld
,e otJIIC.J sought the Republican nomlna. train worked Its way northwardto speak" about his plans for extermination of the Jews. MI., cloudy 58 45Ptlnd III LEFT TO
to your conven I tf tron.tor 33rd District: state rep. Toledo on a string of eight Ing with the cold war. cop. Wolff pleaded Innocence: and Or. cloudy: 5'7 51 ..11RapldCRyclear
ience. Phone MI 2-6632. resentatlv in the Sept. 15 pri. whistle stops.Keynoting Tracing a route In Ohio fol. claimed he did not learn of the '70 U
$ many, the second day of a lowed by former Vice President Nazi murder of the Jew until Richmond, cloudy '78 70 REGISTERDEMOCRATIC
Van Der Veer A just-completed: count of journey through Ohio, Indiana Richard M. Nixon, the GOP after the war. St. Louis, dear 72 44
absenteeism ballots shows Tom and Illinois, Qoldwater said the presidential candidate In 1960 The West German govern Salt LIt. City, clear: 81 4.
1290 Third St. So. lost to A. Elliott Merrill by 10 All, a new reconnaissance Goldwater drummed his crltu, ment arrested him in January San Diego, cloudy .71 80 IIh
Music Center Member votes. Janet trailed Tom by plane for the U.S. arsenal, was clsm of Johnson's foreign policy 1962, and kept him In confinement San Fran., dear 80 54
another 10 vote. "an Invention that emerged" before crowds that braved until his trial opened July Seattle, rain 118 58 .11 I III State D>mecr American Institute btcvtlv. Commit; ,
Center "We Just shouldn't have given under former President Dwight 13. Tampa, cloudy 110 7'7 III
Shopping
Naples dreary weather In Marietta, W.rr.n M 6...reh! ,
Ph. MI 2-6632 Interior Designer the voter a choice of two D. Eisenhower, a Republican. Athens, CUlllcothe and Blan. Washington, rain 84 5S 1.51 III Chiirmtn
Kranjcevlche," says Tom. "We resent seeing It cheater. Everyone Reads.The NEWS Winnipeg, cloudy 41 35
.
I. .

** ***> **** * * *f * * ** * * * * * * ** * * ** ** * ** * * ** * * ** * klk1 ,1t1** *** ** *.>< ** * * * K i
*
* * * ** * * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ** * **** ** ** *** * ** ** * * :





****** ****** COUNTY DEMOCRATIC RALLY !




*

* K

* and BARBECUESATURDAY

** ** : :

* .

* .

* .

* ,

* ;

* *

* OCT. 3

* '
,
* <, .. .

* "\<> .
'
'
* .

* a s .

* "

*

* HONORING

* J'

.

* ,1 .

* *

* *

** ** SENATOR SPESSARD L. HOLLAND

* BARBECUED

* _


** ** CHICKEN CONGRESSMAN PAUL G. ROGERS : :

*

* 6:00 P.M.CAMBIER
:
* : :

and RIBS MAYOR HAYDON BURNS


: : PARK : :


... ...
r $1001ER 1

** ** Sponsored By NAPLES : :

i.* .

* .

* The Collier County Democratic Club .







l III; ; EVERYONE INVITED !. I





4 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ........* ** ** ** * * * * .

7 ...... . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... ... .... .. .. . . . .. . .. .\


, I I



__
_.n - H.
- '

I : 1





COLDER COUNTY NEWS N.pla, Fl. W.d. S.p/.nb. 10, NN 11 >f ..

CONSECUTIVE .

*

*

*

*

;* *

:

*

*


: COLLIER COUNTY NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS FOR FAST RESULTS PHONE AAI 2-2107 :



* * * ** * * * * * * * 1. 1-Announcements 12-Help Wanted 53-tl.tingt Wanted

\ ERA'S BEAUTY SALON Mi 01 Mri, ___ HIV buyin for low cost home
10't Ith St South It y..u cant ID live In Ellt Nipln Coll.r County
< .., rn1h. '
100 Years Ago Cornsof llth Ave 47th <5jJ| yJ rrjlll/ltf|
Street Ml I 1 ***7I'll Naplelea AreaIf
>........ ," If you woiking with 57-Houses For Sale
,_ ".L. ... < '<<'<< enjoy _
m. peopleIf DlMERt. LAND'N"'
11 Boats-Motors Acces.SACRIFICE WATER: fRONT
,
"" THE CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDABy
> ., you want "lent & utilities Two kiwis. t bidroomt I both
t.>""' !
Free sod h Both houiet furnlthed
Both lots landtcaped. with" 1'00'.cel
( v -- florida Library at Historical COlllmlulonCoh.il '59 Johnson '35' A1 I If you need only a normal shrubs end shaded with"
Urn palm and pin triel
CtntennUl
tar Conniiif shape NEVER RUN IN income Both, houses priced *t 120000
t/ Rent *n*. live In th. othor
'* * * * * * * * * * * SALT WATER Will sell If you enjoy Pleasant Trmi te qualified punAatarAtlOClltlf .
:: iE. ; : rounding!

..... 1Jr 1' September 28 Governor Milton has today tent the now at $250 cash Keller Writ Collier County Newt Lucille Otto Viriil, MarcumNoble

.. < v-: .."-, ,' AI3n \ following telegraph dispatch to the Confederate War Department 2-3565 after 5:30. P 0 Box A-4(1 tUtlng qual. Wright

SOl. JS' L in Richmond: "The enemy captured Marianna 1631 is hardtop ;' CinSs. ification. 0-24 Bt DEWEY POLLY
5kilf, twin ION motors.
,.. yesterday; made Colonel Montgomery with many othen Ship to oho,.. .II.y, 2 bunks.
t If had had and ammunition we might stand up haad fathometer, I. 13-Help Want. Female REALTY
jf 1. prisoners. we arms coll.nt condition, :, Phon MI77470.n.f
-- ; ,. have resisted them. militia 7pm *'?4 V' Wom.n fo. cl. uvne on..ya
Two companies were captured
> : . .
.
0.-4 ....k pnrmnnnl 1041 5112Whrl. O Dwy roily Realtor
fI .", , -" unarmed and willing to fight. Unless promptly assisted 5-Bustness Opps.SERVICE m.d 10. mots .o.k. "'I Corner Temiaml lit Ave trail No., and
"\, West Florida with abundant tuppliet of corn, bacon, etc., 7 'fiO 1/tl tl Ml I41SN
.
: ...;. will be irrecoverably lost Send arms and ammunition ifyou STATIONModern Wailrm Tun; f" Sal *v* N. -1 Bdrm. 2 ball horn
.SI7>. ..,,,Ico itition. for Inn nines .Cupariancao runtenacnh complete with dbl ....... Air
but if lend Her Old.' woman pr.
tend re-enforcements ri ,
possible | .
< cannot us ; by Atlintic Rifming CO. Location Carou Conditioning' A 'lenduaped liwnLerie
ferr.d in
Apply pirion
:. ." AI them. \'e will fight every inch of the ground." Th. 1201 Moorings No Tamiaml. Paid, Trail training, ., sot Pri.In- No -Mapliiwittrnt locate I.Jaime Gulf Dnv eutsl haul a1h
financial aiiiilanceFor wanted; at a7.;;, St N Face. 1I00ch Club
'd U. Chief Theodore Zeller has program Mr MI "AIC14Help/ Golf Course. W.Ikln5, distance
S.
/ Engineer today received further Information call
+IM _.,, 1.P -", .C .-. Thomal Ft Myiri, Fla W.. to be.ch. Mop in1, school.' .
the thinks of hit former commanding officer Rear 15744 or write 2241 Ivy A". Wanted Male I1ill. O pat for inspaclio. 112Mon
(NEA Telephoto) Admiral T. Bailey for "the very valuable services that have Ft 104"..., pi 1.. t/l 101Eilablilhid W.d.Owner Fri Jack 0' bt 0..ep.pmntmenl ...

I IN Tilt ItLKAtHEKS; -Two Russian destroyers (background) act as unofficial escortsto been rendered to the Government Zeller has been in Contact Sirvici Leonard Sluloline H.n'10'I. Eloclrcnn Apply 0' 10.polo.nc.3 daily repairman Crackgl.clric lass N7/Ito SL ... en p0.0.3nNI 1041J

the U. S. aircraft carrier Independence during NATO exercises in the North Atlantic. charge of the Federal machine shop and eighty machinists nn.. H0 ".lIh Av. Sn ; Inc 961.I,, Ird SI North_ NAPLES SOUTH

The Russiana are keeping a close eye on the maneuvers. in Key West. In a communication to Washington Bailey Wanted W.nl.d ft Nifvr eip*,i*, "fInqn. .d Irucd.re Naolei dr.v 1 w.t.r bedroom. TV. 2 Cable beth Thani hou.o-Clly u.'u,

says, "The Department ii doubtless aware of the constant 12-Help Rudy M,. Cu'; < rile Co 114* .hd horn Ii almost new and I
W.n' Mh Ann 11016Help I* citd In th* /.. .., growIng
pressure that ii brought to bear upon the commandingofficer 5om.oni''': capable eIlluslnt. tubdiviiion, out side the city
would be out of vessels north the plea that Available 'limit, Clll 'for in appoint.pmeeN '
tory managers a squadron to get on n. ch'd..n'' book. S.ndunple. ,

Talk Of Profit Incentive looking for business, competing the boilers and machinery need extensive repair* and to U" "h owork It 10 to Jack tlU love ItQuMled SECftlTARY It yian lucciil. la horn 11 today. |niioniblv 13.000 with I

offering more money to workers meet this pressure on the part of Interested parties he has WANTED (f,1. background all pham 0"Ioc. firm.

for better work Improving qual. only the integrity and sound judgment of the fleet engineer party 10 Hart own Ivpini procedure. machine calrnlalion ihorthand.Ic DEWEY POLLY'REALTY

ity, modernizing plant out of and hit resisting to depend on. Mr Zeller has buiinm' With or without capital Brl.r.nc.i Writs P Olin.
power IMI N.ylas lIn 41
Puts Nikita On profit. It all sounded rosy. a..pari.ne. i n.'y
Tight RopeBy But the debate must steer done hu duty to well in this respect that I am told that I h.". I.,.. kuildnC In soodlocstien
with plenty 0' parkmn.rsa 21-lost & Found
clear of clashes with doctrine. he hat incurred much ill feeling on the part of those and also Iwin5 gu.rtnnWh.t On o. Dewey Polly ftialterCornir
WILLIAM L. RYAN same time. The result Is stand. officers (I am sorry to say not a few in number) to whose hove you? Wr.u lull d. h.d one y.., old mol., ol lit AVI No A
tail Colli" County N.ws p. ", .It... tvP. 'A' Pl.... Call T.ml.m, all '
AP Special CorrespondentTalk mi. unpatriotic efforts to take their vessels north he has so o e.. 1717 AH 6/ : tl 1 'nM Olin It 1041 11S{ i

In the Soviet Union about Now, cautiously talk of profit EAGER SELLERSHEPHERDSVILLE. persistently to lend himself, and in the tame proportionhe J ladoo", Z bath D..,. GA':
the profit motive has Premier Incentives 1s burgeoning. It Ky. (AP) 23-Misc. For Sale ,.... I Ten Air Conditioner and
ii entitled to the just recognition of the value of hit Dish wnhn PurmMN. 0' on.Sumshod .
Khrushchev be began with guarded An ancient auto wheezed to a y Ave'''
on a tightrope complaintsthat PET DOCTOR b..u'Iul, d.. / 111.no. nl lath
tween the devil of creeping the economies of the Soviet atop at one of the toll plaza on services on my part"In ipiti Msop Yown.conl.nl pa.lonllapi of a So Phane 5 4011 'Ilt IfTf0'17ih'k1

capitalism and the deep blue republics suffered because ev the Kentucky Turnpike.The Confederate Sy A, W. Mills, D.V M busy lamily Oil Slue tru:.. No. Niwir 2 bid',
a dispatch today from Lake City, Rent slid lnr Ihampooil I room, I bath Inlet and utility
of Marxlst.Lentnlst had to be cleared elderly driver couldn'troll ,.. Fla
sea dogma.A erythlng plrs Furnilure C. Iin Otuuh.sl.r room L. room with
profit-motive debate probably through Moscow. down the window but finally Brigadier General J. K. Jackson reports that Colonels I mnd.d, shot' sun Rood loraal Carport map
,
Lake Park School tirmiIII
will enliven a Communist Economists argued that facto. managed to pound open the door Turney and Smith hu tub-district commanders are both Mnd.1 11. II '.11",, I .MO Easy

Central Committee meeting In rles should cut costs, not raise which all but fell off. tick and absent from duty. Jackson it ordering all the I Winchailar 10 Caliber. rills Moliture, Model proof MM Sit llth SI Na t Bldroomi. I

November. As he has before, them. Output would be ex. "Fifty cents," said the toll. troops in Colonel Smith's district to report to Brigadier 1M CO'vt" end shills. Phone I/in Mlt n bath Good .'0..... Elactne:

Khrushchev may occupy the pressed In terms of profit Re. lake. General Miller.ho has arrived in Florida. lie U also order WAREHOUSE SALE porch kitchen Qaraaa utility, .Room H.., Screened and Air
role of compromiser and the wards would be available for 'Sold" the motorist yelledout. ing four companies of the fth Florida Battalion Cavalry .I ssdt mm ) Tappan 441 A Condilionini, IIMOO 100 down,
debate will resolve noth. all. Like capitalists Soviet fac. Cliclri: 400 formerly I19S M par "month Interest and
likely from Colonel Turney't district to report to Miller. He Now only l41 n, I Tappan 0.. VI01. ,IncludedVINCE
Ing. RE'S 10" Built in'. from IJtt U Now
Party members admit the plant to tend over Dunham's Light Battery ".. soon ai only till e6 All equipped, In CONBOY

economy Is In a bureaucratictrap 4-ffers for SAFER transportation can be procured at there ii no light battery DANCE I'M P/21 f..III.t AI/ Condition Ml I I I7SS its II Parkway.

but the notion of profits Is Campaign in Sub-District Number One," Jackson learnt from GOING TQOIT Mv'1
0151 If58tots
;
difficult to square with Communist newspapers that the Federals are concentrating a force at OUT 26PersonalALCONOLIC

scriptures. Use of Chemicals Hilton Head and he For Sale
Drugs believes that "thii it with a view to :' ANONYMOUS

.Suspecting him of capitalist an invasion of Florida from the East according to threat Men or women wish drnkingproblems SACHlflCt' BV OWNER
Inclinations, Peking has called made them. The force about Mobile endPen..oola Ash for, help by calling IJ1 s W Waterfront lot In
by enemy't Ml' I 4111 Vinlar cere.illy
Khrushchev the. head 4;f .."L QOISON NG IN .. ,.. Seagate Amass I* Gulf "ro".,.
OF THE Up9EDfARl2 welcomed Meelinn /I. .
ES will Niar Seegala
bourgeois privileged cUqu' .'" ** RC HpME. Qt surely not remain idle. I think there is great Waptut Church Ann*. en llhSI Batch School 4 ClubhouM' CM 11.100 Will

Talk of profit motives not danger of an attack from the Vest Coast, of which the :. at ,ilk Ave el I 10 every PM Tun andrlrnhl accept IS.tOO with '.,m. MlJ /
evil capitalist profit but virtuous 1 Dti 1 kATN MEDICINES present raid is the precursor. My force is entirely inadequateto 104> tm H

Communist profit began In meet these different attacks; too small when concentrated 0. Our five-rnonth-old pup 33-Servlces Offered S9-Acreage

the Soviet press about two years OOM 1 it ii weak indeed when divided. The telegraphwire py hoi e twitch In Mi right legend

ago and then faded amid Indies has been taken down from Baldwin to Doctor Townto shoulder Our veterinarian LAWN MOWER REPAIRS acre Quick. d Op...l.,- Sundays 10 ecru ONN Collier 1 r

lions of acid debate In high q NOUSENOLD Lawton and thence to Live Oak. Cannot the Major- diagnosed It ai e (form ol distemper County rfeelly "' w I t/
places. Now the talk is on again 1 I CIEANINeuD3 PUMP ENGINES ACREAGE
seemingly Inspired by Khrushchev General commanding the department aid me in putting even (hough he hod distemper Near propoiad TOLL ItOAD-

whose excursions Into 1 up this new line ai rapidly. poiiible? If the enemy have iKoli The twitch hoi 11\41 1Iolt Av. MS floe 40 Prod*cri at -|I4.Good 000 lnva 11% tmnt down.

the unorthodox often shock doc y possession of Marianna our communications by telegraphare I.wn.o bod tholniiwholebodyll ln1 It36Wanted silenced arranged at I% IntAttOClate .

trlnalre Marxlst.Lenlnlsts. 1 1 1 IN2ECTICIOE3OOM completely cut," states end the lg folds up To Buy Lucllll Ottt Virgil. Mircum
The debate Illuminates Khru.shchev's under him ll there a drug to Noble Wr |M
The U.S.S. bark Roebuck arrived today at Portsmouth UI.d ptlup Irueks .nl.d
odd position. The top control! these muscle spasms ei Good eondton alahltean Prop
man In a dictatorship he lacks New Hampshire from Key West with yellow fever patients there ll 'for the St. Vitui' Dance art,., M.c., c. illS 3rd5t DEWEY POLLY
the authority of a dictator and COSMTIC! aboard. The commanders of the Union vessel submits the an II" II REALTY
In humans Mary McOuIre, Fen.dlelen
can be rebuffed by cautious KttCHEN following detailed report of the yellow fever prevailingon Ore. 38-Autos For Sale
conservatives or a cumbersome i board hu vessel since July 21. He was relieved on that """ """ "* Get Dewey Polly Realtor

collective leadership. date at Indian River Inlet by the U.S.S. /. S. Cbtmbrn A. Thu loundi Ilk. ICO"of chra,, 1611 Chew RUN$77400 bALL No elfar Corner TawnmTroll lit, Av. No.. and
Crisis is chronic in the Soviet IIII commonly coll.d. Si Vllui'' ..'ucod 4Iftth AVI South Ml I41MFor
kIA05fNf and arrived at Key West three days later. He anchored or M
consumer Industries because of ,/ TURPFNTINI three miles from the Fort. The Done, which llrAil dog 01 well Olhvmoni 1960 4 whist tI.-.o roCk' so aunts. Class I" t. U I. /lhaf
.. .
strictly centralized planning / following morning Acting up Excellent cond. . acre. Terms. COlh" Caun.'t .
and built-in self-defeating mech.autism Master W L. Martine commanding the Roebuck, turnedover .IT.ere WhlllllioHncouidbydii-* olio site rooioniRegardleii Park IMth Ave at tin SI, Naples'/;/ if R..IIy," tY I..t on Ski T'.II.'Ile .
temper, or
called the plan target I,1 fuNls aSOLVENT the two small prizes that he had in tow together of 'Iho cause, onco the d,kooi far Sale !.>! R.naull Good trailer er hometite over I
and with their officers the commissioners That Condition Call Ml I UHIM4 .
quota system to prize even ll iloblliheo'' It ll otromoly dlfk) 511 Ir sore tract* JIM acre -1
Factory managers argue for 11 ing after loading aboard 10,000 feet of hemlock lumber Cull lo control" Moil veterlnorloni, hove 19 0 I mp. Hod'ol. ,.d.n roedi acre tracts. Other with big'' ecreege electricity. tract and
the lowest possible production AQQwNfRE Vahanl. Convertible. I,.. W down. 120
he month and
act sail for Tampa Bay "Up to this time the bark par
,
NtS wn tried oil saris ol drupe Mvwl rairi! net MO. four on firs floor MI up Open Sunday, Collier Counly -
quotas amount and of the raw highest materials possible and MOST ACCIOE LYE L ACID remarkably healthy, not having t man on the tick list vllomlni, udollxi' end von lurgtryhav i 1>I1 all.r 4 pm Inc 41 R.alty .1111 w* tfJ

FaooucsMain for 4 days previous." That night however two men were Ml bun ny hilpM,. To doll
workers.For 44-Mobile Homes J* acre t,..,.. |] 00 down and
seven years Khrushchev attacked and shortly afterwards, six more cases were re wo have no solution 'lor this problem 00 per "nth No inured

hu been wrestling with the emphasis this year of the National 4 II Safety program ported. When the Roebuck arrived at Tampa on July 21, Frlunally, .HM twitch will bcom .. for me. pave I bedroom. refrigerator encloiedClbena 110001 fife City On.. open mile Sunday from Golden Col
problem of allowing decision has been safe use of household chemicals and drugs, reports the there were nine additional eases of fever aboard. Captain coined' end will not spread le ether' il50 Lot MS Naples Trulir liar f y "..ltv S/IS tf

making at lower levels. But his National 4II Safety Development Committee. T. P. Greene, sent medical assistance but additional fever .,..... Once Ihli .'og. II reached, If the Park ilt.r I p m "n tt
experiments spelled lessening of Throughout the state 4H Club members and leaders have twitch li nol M ....'. (hot .the dog con. tratl.r, ......,.. .rood for 61-Income Property
cases were reported "From one to five day and at sale" CICh 0' terms 1041 11163or
control at the center. The skit alerted families and communities to the dangers that misuse of every not ,*..,"mil,It.p."lbl"u""thn 'tin 1/27 .. w Owner
one time we had only five nd one officer not on the must sell. W unit Motel
list party in Moscow tightened common household products can cause the animal wllti oorlev mdlcoiloni M 4 .tl'Ie<"n apartment
controls all over again. There are at least 230,000 chemicals and drugs for home use sick list or able to duty . Everything was don that (hot h* will gradually bcfn .dl.| ...... 45-Trailers for Rent f.'u. w 11.1 1/ ", County Ropy*n63Buslness

The economy now Is under a that would be harmful If Improperly used they warn. These possibly could be to check the infection: but impotubl la the. MNN.Mope-uNyIt-Illdlopei. .r Tt." .'. II a wok, will TV
supreme economic council do. include everyday items such as cleaning aids, cosmetics medicines Some of the crew after returning on board convalescent war a prlod/ Mm.,, IUI a .....k. 10... 13 a maW. Property
crees of which are binding on paints and Insecticides were taken the second time." On September 12, the Rot- 411111 Rock. Crack. Trwler Park..
all republic agencies. An arm*. They point oat that In one year more than 1400 deaths resulted buck after a medical survey was held received orders to Batwiin Trail rrentMi N.olit|)0 and a front Mane fort la-
roents expert First Deputy from accidental home poisoning, ef which 30 per cent land Turnof. Open Sunday
proceed to Portsmouth and on the following morning was f110 Lr iTheSahsra 48-Apts. For Rent ,
County ,
rjjjjr Realty
/] tf
Is wl
Premier Dmitri F. Ustinov were children under S years of age. Another 200,000 persons
economic czar, and this Indl. suffered disabling illnesses towed to sea by the USS. S /Wrr. "A new MM of |/. SN 1100r"iiri 66-Insurance)

cates military Interest. The This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 4II safety program fever was reported on September HI; the following day sin. TV I ,bdrm Air. toad SffKien 741 'Ill

military would have no love for sponsored by General Motors in cooperation with the three of the nur/ti, who had been at the hospital tendingthe .o. So Ml 14311fr .Pl.ace... May Cite.-..0.(any... 1"-Owners mM,
the idea of expanded consumer Extension Service and the National 411 Service Committee tick, were taken down with the fever and on the nishd rant. Air cTondttiened. fur. ,...

production at the expense of Safety progism membership is around one-half million. 2 1 ht one of them died. All the clothing of the officers tr' ;Ittr.IIc.n01.month near'I"hack.Dune art JAtOERNURANC 121 Ith Av*. North (
armaments, military space During this time hundreds of clubs have been cited for conducting and men that died have been destroyed. Everything in Ml I MM /16IOt
a
programs, and heavy Industry.The life-saving community projects, and thousands of boys the way of disinfectant: hat been used that could be. SABLE SHORES APTS.
dilemma for Khrushchev and girls have been Individually recognized for doing an excellent Copoerai dissolved in water hat been turned down the MI SussNally CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
1s the need to square dogma and job In promoting safety the committee reports. Rood and Arita A"o
necessity. Khrushchev's corn. The 4.H'er with the best project In the state will be the 1964 pumps, peak and run, and the vessel smoked iluuugliuiii
promises seem to pull the Icon. safety delegate te the National 4 II Club Congress In Chicago every morning with red hot bolt dipped in tar. Verne! luwm.e EBB TIDE APTS.ftiitncy . frm r)4 l Gulf.Horn thri. *lacalid badroom 100*.

only both toward and sway Medals will be presented te four county champions, while eight containing chloride of lime and others of the copperas rain 1C."v -Recd 110 m.'v' thru haalad bath, air cend. and

from centralized control at theiJahinsan members from across the nation will receive $500 college scholarship have been plentifully distributed about the ship." 'u.n"h.d .p.1'Tan 10' "nl.
*. Club also will be honored for outstanding local safetyprograms. N.oi.s Park MI J HIe Down TWIN LAKES: New Cl*.. Low
Confederate Major/ General Sam Jones commandingthe -::- ( for rent 'n7t.: p.t"t. lilt firm

Enrollment for the IMS program begins this fall Traffic safety Department of South Carolina Georgia, and Florida .,-. t/l catty. tf Wilt Of manlh COQUNIA. C.ntr.l SANDS Air: Cw All Lot appll.rvj .

will predominate. However numerous projects will be carried informs the Confederate War Department that he hat Will", nMonth I .. > "
out in the home and on the farm Involving other vital areas of ordered "General J. K. Jackson to command District of Is one of the .n.'il".IID.lioT Ml HIGH SCHOOL ARCA Twe
I
t)0
hottest and driest regions of Of Ml t SIM
safety. ordera "MOroomv two baths. nr cond.oVch'
/ Florida under instructions, from General Bragg to the world. Mean annual '.
Additional Information can be obtained from the county extension -
3tf ran office. Brigadier there to relieve Major General Fatten Anderson. temperatures exceed 80 degrees 49-Houses For Rent .

I can assign General Miller to command in Florida and Fahrenheit over most I I W noow hO"" fo, ron'. u" RIDGE LAKES Purnis, *.. *runlurniined

: ordered General Jackson back to Savannah. Shall I do so?" of It. Shade recordings of plaitly'*' veer furnxhid farty, M'cli Penir'ten. Avenu In.euirs .. "*.*'Immediate Gal' CourM-OccuSe.cn .

i ff .. .. ... .... . . . . * * * * * * more than 136 degrees have sl en 1140 M..t. ,...,11191.. WldemplStrait
September 2' Federal officers have agreed upon a been reported and the sur 3/11 t/ RO"'AL HA"'Olt Waurfrsnt
After midnight last face of the ground sometimes ... .. ...t Dock.. Lngs Porch and
quick. withdrawal from Marianna. I 4'00"' .th. yacr Orul.ACREAGEi.
"'LICATIO'Mi *n no* Chas exceeds 170 degrees rived u.,1..h.d 1100 par
AI night General Asboth was placed in a carriage, and the mon'' Welkin, a eurkau Raal ,
I "cct MID Poe POIITIONI The relative humidity Is
by the fort 104'' 15114. 31311
Union fore departed for Point Washington way
less """
low sometimes
roan Of KISI very MALL FIVK
"MOU.srTOPJ "NTClean ACRE
{ stand of tract
I of Vernon. They took with them ninety-fiv than 10 per cent. The nights ISedreom. Fyrniihejl. with. read and) alictrlc. low
arms, 200 horses and mutes 400 head of cattle seventeen are cool and there Is often a Home Mn. Ml t H5I *"* down ...,"''"" easy terms

. .. .... .. and r 10......'" case urn,. W. 1041
J. .tsINM" . Mb' of
wagons, and quantities commissary quartermaster difference of 60 degrees be. t ,." ahoy m .In If TRAIL rnONTAQC.. I.,..
p
aeK/NhaN., of war. ,,.cl. with read .....1..*. fullNOhM4
fr itores. There are, in addition eighty-one prisoners tween night and day temperatures
65kipper's h. ...... ... Lrk
: -
the
Th only Marianna residents who voluntarily left with 50-Rooms For Rent
*
LARGE COOP
c ' APARTMENT
iieuiaiHiMTktl < .L /tMllli/. : Federals is the telegraph operator who furnished General fi .cyc..4ie S'llmekoiperniili .sin Ion .n'. ",Ie"'" pnvlIn. 1. lot M Th* Mooring, Sundry
Marina >e !.... .< .... no"1 .I.r 1111 I Air..rs. Asboth with copies of the Confederate messages which If .."I'.... M. 23113. hones' else earerally tecatid.NrtwMU
tmft .'..'..! ...*....., 1' ..-.. eNwr "."... 0tof .
854 River Point Drive Miss) .....! .. ......1... ..... .....,...,......... ,........ had been sent to Tallahance. A4.erti.... It who yJ'lltHliOH '. Rili red couple." no s\,= MARLOWE AND
Between The Two "*... .*>.lnik...|e> i '. 41_.......--.. ,'- went NaplM J er bedroom Vicinity' | balk BECK
.0400 .. .... ...'". ..... ..-...... ..... u. I. IIM ft.plv Coll-er V.arly Coon.nr lane. REALTORS

Ml Gordon 2-2822< River Bridges M1' z.ds. 1.e'sPist'.yin.r4( tie1. M4e4/ea +s5Fee4< .. .es Read the Want Ads THE COUIll COUNTY NEWS 3/11-News u lost! Ull A47 I 104' '::3urJMt_ 1' ".5.U



yiLE



- - -



__ _________._ __-.. .. .. .. .. . '
I -' 1'

,. _

; i: The Smart Place To Go . .

t For Good Things To Eat : .
.. t
1

t

HI1EN UP YOUR SAVINGS ,,YrYrlnwCELLENC i

zi ti.iivit VIIIM i.ini AinmrK > .>>. .! ..: .yr. -t.......J

8 W-D BRAND U.S.CHOICE BONE IN CHUCK

W Prlcu Eff.ctit. octob.r I Thru 3 Plus You Get

8 STORE HOURS Roast Per Pound 49ca
OPEN TIL 6:30 WON TO THURS. TOP VALUE STAMPS
.. OPEN 711 9:00 p.m. FRI .
OPEN 'TIL 700 p.m. SAT Happiest Way To Christmas i Shopping W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICEjc

OiintKy' Rtohti RttonroJ t"The f 1hkA.AA4A Rib Steaks lb. 99c
SPECIAL OFFER V\M\ BRAND U S. CHOICE BEEF

DAIRY SPECIALS . Mar-crest lomorFrtiliofGrd.Beef W-DIRAND Beef Plate Stew . 19e
QUARTER! SLICED
OLD TASH;0;4 MILD CHEDDAR .! c 10 Cup Fully Automatic Eloctric Percolator
.t': Pork Loin a'> 69c
Cheese a.59c
. \ : COFFEE MAKER ,7'S BLACKHAWK REGULAR
MISS WISCONSIN LONCHORN 'i
Regular $699 Sliced Bacon lb. 49c ,
Cheese |10.L Pk,. 53c I
SAVE! : PI:" "'PCSkinless C
30RDENS OR PHILADELPHIA CREAM !
Cheese I.L "!. 35c Cfe> COUDM Franks lb. 49c
SQlJ'VS! Cwf j(A:"'- J LAMa
OR BALLARDS Worth $1 FroM $
PILLSBURY Biscuits 4 BILCano 39c BooklotYoiilotoivoJ 5 99 t Shoulder FROZEN SHOULD' Roast . lb. 39c
(In Tho AM f/
.- Lamb Chops . ">. 49c II
SAVI16 ASTOR SAVE 22c-THRIFTY MAID SMAU BV C B1ANDSmoked o

Oil . . Umk o. 49 Sweet Peas 7 :Ca $100 T.4IiN''N Sausage 39c S L..

... i
U 11111. J i
Sliced Bologna 12u.P* 39c
SAVE 4Sc-THRIFTY MAID TOMATO SAVE 15c-THRIFTY MAID TOMATO

Juice 5 UmltFI.. $100 Paste I 10 Cans IPO :rE : T Beef."."NO"I CHIP or Ham w u.n* 35c ait n

1 .
.'3 fPANa! rn: : Ff?"''I i C VT INSP.
PAVE 23c-THRIFTY MAID SLICEDBeets. SAVEI THRIFTY MAID TOMATO i

I . 10 UmltT.a tans $00 Colsup..2 Btl." a4. 1 T FRYER PARTS Y

I I Breast With Ribs lb. 59c
SAVE -THRIFTY MAID LIMA SAVE I4c ASSORTED COLORS ARROW FACIAL
303 400 Drumsticks . ">. 49e
Beans . 7 Cans $100 Tissue. 6 Pk Count:: $100 Fryer Thighs . lb- 49c r
'I" 'I 1
SAVI Sf-THRIFTY MAID SWEET SAVE lOc-ALL FLAVORS CRACKIN'GOOD Fryer Wings. . ">. 33c

Potatoes I I 5 NCB .V $100 Jumbo Pies UmfT. 29 Fryer Gizzards . lb. 29c I:

(

Lhnlt On. Your eIIolce With 55 0' Moro 0,411COI'I'EE Omit On. Colonial With 5S II Moro Ordor SINGLETON FROZEN BREADED SOUTH ,
; !
SUGAR SHRIMPMayonnaise uiP Buttert

MAXWELL HOUSE ASTOR t

Pound Pound 5 lb. Bag 3ge 2001. 9ge '1 SAVE 16c Jar 59c :
Gn 59C Gn 49C SAVE 20c Pkg. : LImit 0... I 1'

4 4m'f1 ... J
'''P :\,11 .'" .-MIl.111.")> ... r.., :
,
1fl& ''' ,: any A Kv
Umlt 0.... You Cholco With $S or Moro Ordor THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT DEEP SOUTH r" ASSORTED FLAVORS
I '
PEARSNo.2'2Can Chek Drinks
DetergentARROW t ;

Gt. Pkg. 39 'j 3 Umlt'Thr. $|00 32 Limit 01.On.Jar Zge I 15 12 oz. Cans $00
SAVE 20c SAVE 23c SAVE 20c I I' u..1t Fift...

---....... '\ x thA a .

MINUTE MAID FROZENOrange I
FRESH PRODUCE

Delight 3,1oLCou$100 JONATHON
A FARMHOUSE FROZEN FRUIT OR t'iE

I Frozen at I these -',*- Cream Pies . . 3 I.. loo Apples

r I \ IDAHO VALLEY FROZENFrench

I III Fries 3 2i'!..s $100 I' 5 Pound 49'
II SavingsSOUTHLAND 1
I Astor Frozen Green Giant Frozen a Bag
\ VEGETABLES VEGETABLES SWEET JUICY RED

FROZEN Mix V p.. Cut Cora TokoyGropesZiLZ9COto"
VEGE. GREENS Cut Corn Croon bans VT"
Broccoli C Croon Put t f GEORGIA RfD
$ t
Cokris 99 )00 1
POM t Carroll
Mottudonrnlpo T 6.r 99c 5 Pkgs. 3hlPkas. I S W. Potatoes I I 10

.

I TOP EXT1 VALUE STAMPS Plastic Dish Pans T Laundry Boskets -f Utility Tubs & Pails
rl.M i .0.r.IY14.M
Ch.f'Pizza t
wild 59c with. LQ< While They PLASTIC! While They
e.hMti..,... TAT|mM.0.(...O7IIJ ...1 Each 49 Last! Each 49c last! Each 49cIE70CTu1
lor ANY WINN PIKH Oi KWIK CHI


I I TOP EX.TRTOP wl..M VALUE 1ww w STAMPS-r TOP...VALUE.STAMPS I TOP EXTA VALUE!.STAMPS- I II I TOP EXTR..VALUE" .STAMPS I TOP EXTR..VALUE.STAMPS,
osH Cu'cf!:Fro Bn Bsruc ,', 5:UtH Slain'tis! $'..I l lRuorBbdoi Swte"' "Uid ,Po:' Good
I .
II voJtoik'Ar79c Starlet V:. 69c ',:: 89cCMTM Swootnor $169 P.tatChipc 69c
CNM V.M TA/.O.NIu. I e...,..V.1i4 Ikra'; OdAw I V.N Thru oa.1.r.At I Cwp.v.w TMr.Oe.1.r. c.....VdU TV,fetafer IAT
,
L lor NY WIN. $"If O'KWIK! Hfr ___ _ ANY WIN".DfWlf' O'IWlIf H. U ANY W1HM OlX't O.KW1K HI"ANY WINM'.CHIt Oi rWl'CNX __ __ ANT_ WINN_' _PIKH_' ,__C|__ __ _

..
7
-
l1



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs