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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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WEDNESDAY JUNE 10, 1964 10 PACES 10 CENTS Oth YEAR-NUMBER 22}




Civil Rights Vote Expected Next Week






I u. S. Senate Votes Historic Cloture, 71-29 I II





I I WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate voted today, In a history-shatter Ar d

ing move, to choke off the 75-day old Southern filibuster. against the civil: l

rights bill.

Each senator's time to debate the bill and all amendments will now

be limited to one hour. This appears to assure Senate passage of the far- r
-
reaching: bill, possibly before the end of next week. 1
The or

The House passed the bill on Just before the vote, Repub. ton B, Morton, R-Ky., was cred.
Feb. 10 by a vote of 290130. llcan Leader Everett M. Dirk lied with winning some crucial B7 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Senate has been battling Ben of Illinois Introduced the Republican votes for cloture.

over it since March 9, with leaders' substitute bill workedout OffJhaJloor maneuvering con., BANGKOK, Thailand (AP)-
Southern opponents mounting a with Atty. Gen. Robert F. tlnued right up to the hour of Thailand ordered advance teamsto

record breaking filibuster Kennedy. the vote. Borneo today to Mt up a com
against it. Overnight, the substitute had Leadership hopes of muster. munlcatlons network for Thai
The Senate's public galleries been revised further to Includethe Ing the two-thlyds majority were teams that will verity withdraw.
were packed as the crucial vote Jury trial amendment adopt.ed bolstered by the Senate's rejec. al of indonesian guerrillas from
on cloture was taken. Tight security 51-48 in the Senate Tuesday. tlon Tuesday of three amend Malaysian Borneo.
I was maintained aroundthe The adoption of the amend ments by substantial margins Foreign Office sources said
.i i Capitol as additional per. ment, sponsored by Sen. Thru after a jury trial amendmentwas I- Malaysian a1 Indonesian negotiators
sons pressed for a chance to get adopted by 51 to 48 count still have not reached
ffTWIN A chance to vote on the agreement on all detail of the I
in.The vote followed an all-night amendments before the cloture verification procedure.
session of the Senate at which Library Asks showdown was demanded by a I

Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., group of Republican senators, UNITED NATIONS N.Y.
made a marathon speech at. led by Sen. Bourke B. Illcken. (AP-The U.N. Security Coun.
tacking the civil rights bill and looper of Iowa, whose supportwas ell voted a new appeal to South
N urging his colleagues not to shutoff $$30,218 For regarded as essential If do. Africa Tuesday to atop handing
the debate. lure was: to be obtained. out death sentences to those
The vote to apply the Sen. Hlckenlooper, chairman of the who run afoul of Its racial pot.

i ate's debate .limiting cloture Senate GOP policy committee, ,.,. .. _, LtlJJBI Idea. The vote was 7.0, with the
rule was 71 to 29. This was Budget YearA r said after the amendments were United States, Britain France
four more votes than the re. acted on that he would vote for MISS KATHY TURNER Junior at Naples Senior and Brazil abstaining.

quired two-thirds majority. cloture Not to do so, he said, High School, will be one of 160 students picked
Noting for cloture were 44 tentative 1964-65 Collier would be "only a delaying taco from all parts of the United States to spend six HAVANA, Cuba (AP) CUe

_______n..nm.____ Democrats and 27 Republicans. County Free Public Library tic." weeks in Europe next summer. She won the honorin bans were told Tuesday night It
( Telephoto) Opposed were 23 Democratsand budge totaling $30,213 was Nearly 500 amendments have competition with 40,000 high' school student doesn't matter whether the

FORETELLING TilE FUTl'RE-Rlchard Nixon seems to be 6 Republicans. One of the presented to the County Com- been proposed In addition to a council members eligible to try for the trip, which Democrats the U.S.or election the Republicanswin because

I getting a shock from the sign on the door of the suite he Barry Republicans Goldwater voting of Arizona no was Cen., the mission for study at yester- package Democratic of amendments and Republican which starts July 10, 1965. See story. (NEWS photo) both will be bad for Latin Amer.
occupied in Detroit, Mich., while there for speech. day's afternoon session. Ica.
leading contender for his par. leaders have drafted as a sub.
ty's presidential nomination This Is a Jump of about $10, stltute for the House passed Communist leader Bias ROCK
000 over the present budgetand measure. Kathy Turner Wins said In a radio-television appear.
4 EasternersAs END OF SPEECH a raise In mlllage from Supporters of the civil rights ancet "There are some candl.
Barry Eyes Byrd began his speech at 7:38 one-eighth of a mill to three measure won their biggest vie. dales who wouldn't be as bad as

I p.m. and continued until 9:52 16ths of a mill was suggestedby tories Tuesday in votes on the that madman Goldwater but
a.m. When he finally quit, the library representatives. equal employment opportunity Student Council Tour both parties are enemies of La.

Possible Running MateWASHINGTON Senate took an elght-mlnute recess Mrs. 1I.T. Barnes chairmanof section, regarded as perhaps the tin America.."
then went back into session. most controversial part of the
the be chosen take the Euro
committee to to
library budget Puerto
Turner who will be a
It had agreed Tuesday to legislation. Kathy SAN JUAN, Rico (AP)
and Librarian Mrs. June Junior at Naples Senior High pean tour, -Pablo Coals paid tribute to
meet at 10 a.m. today. By a vote of 64 to 33, the Sen.
(AP) Sen. The four men associates say Haschka before the A total of 160 students were
Since the adoption of the appeared ate defeated an amendment by next fall, will spend part of the late President John F. Ken.
Barry Goldwater-standing on Goldwater has mentioned all fit Commission with the tentative selected from all pans of the nedy Tuesday night with a memorial .
cloture rule In 1917, previous Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C., her school year preparing for
the threshold of the Republicanpresidential that pattern attempts to use it to cut off a budget. to strike out this section prohlb.itlng s tlx-week tour of Europe In United Slates On July 10, concert at the) annual

eying tour Eastern nomination GOP-lead.is ''I will have open ears and an filibuster against a civil rights They presented a case that discrimination in employ. the summer of 1965 1965, the group will fly from Casals Music Festival.

ers ss he thinks about a running open mind to anybody the party] bill had failed. ", the focal library was only about, mon. account of race, color, Kathy has been selected asa Baltimore, Md., to London to The 17.yetr.old' cellist Ignored
mate. suggests. to run with me," Gold. Leaders of both parties be.came half staffed In comparison to rel1lon, sex, or national origin. member of the National Association start the trip. fr; iadu': .rito and conductedthe
To his closet assoctates.Cold. water said in Los Angeles the convinced In the face of similar libraries. A part time It would apply to employers, la. of Student Councils' For four weeks they will tour entire program.
night he won the California prl. the all-out opposition of the Dlx.ie bor unions and employment
bus Amsterdam
water has mentioned these worker Is now paid by the 1965 European tour for International Europe by ,visiting OTTAWA (AP- House of
forces to the bill that
names as possible vicepresidential mary present agencies. Donn, a Rhine trip, Ilel-
debate-limitation had to be ob. Friends of the Library and a Understanding. The Commons Tuesday night approved -
choicest Nevertheless, a top aide said made for clerk- delberg Rothenburg Munich a government bill to re.
tamed If the bill was to pass request was a tour 1s sponsored every three
-Pennsylvania Gov WilliamW. Goldwater "contemplates hand. typist to be paid from county Failing Fifth years by the National Association Salzburg, Venice Milan, Lucerne place the chiefs of staff of Cana.da's .
ling this in the orthodox
way. armed forces with a
Inter three
Scranton. funds at a salary of $200 per of Secondary School Principals. Bern Klel
He will have a very strong hand Miami Seattle Geneva and Paris single defense chief.
-Sen. Thruston B, Morton of month. Grade To Take laken
In the selection of
a running The bill still must get a third
Kentucky mate." Aim Salaries for staff memberswill Over 40,000 Student Council Upon returning to London
Air Run Of reading In the Commons a
William E. Miller of the along with several
-aep. run In the proposed budgetto group
members are eligible to enter and approval by the
The aide out that three CourseCOCOA formality-
pointed College hundred students
New York. European
Frontier Lines $17,326. There were small competition for a right to make Benite.
Rhodes of of the tour men Golawater hat
-Gov. James A. will board the ship "MS Dun-
raises suggested for the assistant the Selection ls based
tour
Ohio. mentioned privately are from DENVER, Cola (APFrone librarian and bookmobile (Ap) Twelve-year era" for a two-week cruise of
states that rank the most old Green who Is falling upon school records actIvi-
among Billy ,
tier Airlines says It has applied the Baltic Sea. They will visit Father Who Forced
Goldwater hasn't ruled librarian but for head 11-
any. potent In the Electoral College! none Ills fifth-grade subjects, Is going ties and a demonstrated Interest -
body In or out of the running, a New York with 43 votes, Penn. for vide a jet government passenger permit service to pro.between brarian. The clerk-typist and to college this summer. In the Improvement of Stockholm Copenhagen, and Son To Shoot DiesLOS
source close to the Arizona sen. sylvanla with 29 and Ohio with janitorial service ran $2,400 Billy scored 200 on an Intelll. International unde rstandlng. Leningrad.
Miami and Seattle the
ator said today 26. Kentucky has 9. and $600 respectively. fence test administered by the The student entering com All the students from all ANGELES (AP)-Police
last area of the U. S. with no
But Goldwater has said he Expenses on the bookmobile University d South Florida. In for the submittwo countries will spend some time say a shot fired by a 4.yearoldboy
Rhodes, 53, Is a former Ohio single-line service. petition tour
thinks the Republican National each day In classrooms where fatally woended his father.
rent the such tests, the genius category .
became on building, utilities
state auditor who s
Convention will want to balancethe gov. The proposed run would also starts at 140.Brevard papers one outlining classes will be taught by faculty The father, Leonard Thierry,
ticket-If he heads It with ernor In 1963, winning in his serve Portland, Salt Lake City, supplies, processing center, County School Supt. plan for the promotion of International members on the tour. 32, forced his son, Glen, to shoot
second bid for the office. bookbinding and repairs and
a moderate Republican from the Denver, DallaloFon Worthltou Woodrow Garden says the understanding In The students will discuss places him after threatening to spankthe
East. Scranton, 46, long rated a ton, New Orleans, Tampa and miscellaneous expenses ran to youth reads eight to 12 advanced the school and community, and visited. Impressions giln- boy with a belt, police re
dark.horse contender for top Orlando, the air line said Tues. 5392. Materials and con science books a week but strug. the second U written on the ed, and the history of Europe ported.

spot on the ticket, served a day. tingency were listed at $7,500 lies with his fifth grade work. subject, "Why I should like Miss I Kathy, daughter of Mr, Thierry died Tuesdty.
County Tax term In the House before he be. He and his wife had quarreled
and Mrs. E.t..Tu mer.Seagate.
came governor The Pennsyl. Sunday night She left home.
Books vania leader was a World WarD LBJ Sees 'Turning Point''Man says that July 1965"item j ages Thierry asked two of the con.
Now
Open filer and still Is a memberof away", but 1s looking forwardto pie's older children to shoot him
the Air Force Reserve unit the time with enthusiasm. In the head. They refused.

For InspectionTax Goldwater commands. .. +"', .. .....

Morton is 57, and a former
Assessor Sam J. Col ding chairman of the Republican Na. Against Nature'WORCESTER
this week Is giving notice to all tlonal Committee. He was elect.

Collier County property owners ed to the House In 1946, served -
that he has checked all propertyand three terms, and was an assist. r

made adjustments In value ant secretary of state from 19S3 Mass. (AP)>-been designated ss International call upon all the resources of nature which bring the proa
where necessary until 1956, the year he won his President Johnson said today Cooperation Year. this nation-public and private peels of success within the pur.
Coldlng advises that the as. Senate seat many of the world's most urgent He took note of that In a to work with other nations to view of hope.1Among
sessment books are now open for problems will persist beyond the speech prepared for commence find new methods of Improving other scientific ad.
the Inspection of any property Miller Is retiring from Con. cold war, and outlined a far. mint exercises at Holy Cross the life of man." vanes that he mentioned was a
owners wishing to do so. jress-and as Republican na. flung program for attacking College Johnson spoke of poverty, of breakthrough, in the past several .
"Please feel free to come In, tlonal chairman-after 14 yearsIn them. "Let this be the year of scl. disease, and d diminishing natural months, In the use of large
or telephone If that is more con. the House. The SO-year-old resources In enumerating scale atomic reactors for com.
He said he Intends to dedicate once, let It be the turning pointin
venlent, If you wish to check the party chairman also served as It63 to the search for new t.chne the struggle not of man menaces to man's welfare.He merclal power He said the de.
figures on your property," Cold. chairman of the Committee.Republican He nlques to make man's know against man, but of man against said there Is no simple solution velnpment of the large-scale r.. 4
tog Is advising Collier County Congressional ledge serve man's welfare nature. In the midst of tension, of these problems. In the actor offers the dramatic pros
property owners through an an. plans to return to his law prac. let us begin to chart a course past, he added, there would have pect of transforming sea water
York To commemorate the United
nouncement In this and future tire In northwestern hew toward the possibilities of con. been no solution at all, but, today into water suitable for human
Nations' 20th 1961 has
Issues of The News State birthday, quest which bypass the politicsof "the constantly unfolding consumption and Industrial use.

the cold war," he said. conquests of science give menthe During International Cooperation .
"For our part, we Intend to power over his world and Year, Johnson said, this
country will expand efforts to
prevent and control disease In

Radio TV Networks To Join with every other continent nations that cooperating seek to

elevate the well-belng of man. 4 .M J

kind."No nation can stand Idly by

To Cover Election Returns while millions suffer and die
,. from afflictions which we have
i the power to prevent," he said

NEW YORK (AP)-'ine three of directors consisting: of one In addition, John"! said, a
major radio-television networksand representative from\ each net. worldwide weather system will
The Associated Press will work. They will be Arnold Sny. move ahead. Working together
e"ev pool the collection of election returns der, manager d election cover. on a global basis, he said, new
In the November preslden. age for ABC News; William strides toward coping with
tint, senatorial and gubernatorial times, editorial director of the storm and drought and flood can
races CBS News election unit; and be made.
'""P United Press Internationalwas Frank Jordan, manager of lea Johnson paid tribute at the
a, "'a r also reported considering tlon coverage for NBC' News outset d his speech, to the late

participation In the program,to The Associated Press will par. President John F. Kennedy and
be called Network Election Serv. tlclpate as a nonvoting member Pope John Xxm. He called
Ice. d Network Election Service. them two d the great men of
The announcement Tuesday, "Returns will be reported sU this century. They died within
NEW nail !fa Mrs. Dorothy
FMPLOYEE
at City
01 d each other.
Issued after a meeting of offl. multaneously to each the six months
BEING RUSHED to completion for the opening of school in Septemberis : dais d the organizations, said three Individual networks which "They both left a world trans Gulbranson who has taken over the duties M see-

the new Sea Gate School facing on Sea Gate Drive, north of the city. the service will use more than will post such returns on a state, formed by their triumphs and retary to the City Manager Vince Wood, Jr. A
students formerly attending Lake Park Elementary 100,000 reporters to cover re.turns by-state but In their respective lessened by their leaving,"John. native of Chicago educated in the public schools
The building will draw studios on election night. la ad. said. "They both banded on Gulbranson
students at the precinct or county son and Lake Forest College Mrs. now
School, while with a reshuffling of boundaries some level. dltion, statewide totals In the a heritage of hope, vision\ of lives South with her 4-
at 539 Second Avenue ,
formerly attending Shadowlawn will be assigned to Lake Park School. The announcement added: presidential elections will be relayed the future, which will occupy of Mrs. Arthur
Deeb Construction: Co. of St. Petersburg are general contractors for "Network Election Service to a single tabulating center the thoughts and labors of mentor year-old son. She is a daughter
the new building. (NEWS photo) will be administered by a board In hew York" generations to come." Holm, 2000 Crayton Road. (NEWS photo)






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COUNTY NEWSVcdnnday, June 10, 1964 ,
County _" .r.J \ ,. ; : "i' U.S. Laos PremierTo
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Back Home Court .,', ";r.(f41 rtI' !; .:. ;vy.ti' "."'," pr'n'tas '\\p Talk Escort FlightsVIENTIANE

than 50 >
A docket of mort : ',
cases faced Judge Rfehafd' M. U with members of
the
UoAP( )>- thre.na.
Court Manda1iJury : ,
In County .
Stanley tlon International
On The BusBY trials ,were nel4 (pnjMoel| : i I u.s. Ambassador Leonard continuanceof Un. mission, Soviet Control Ambassador Com.
ger said today that
day, June I, : : .:. Serge Afanasslev and
Twenty.flv cases w.rt' disposed ( r American' reconnaissance British
lh. Laos and fighter es. ,Charge d'Affalres John Denson.
of rapidly when defendants :, flights over
DAVID LYON 339379. Knoxville Is hilly
still a weather
is Bad forced the hell
court and bonds torts for the flights
failed to appear In
(First of I aeries) and has a college atmospherewhich were ordered estreated. matter of decision between him copters taking the foreign dip.

Chronological impressionsof you can feel as you look Included In the bond forfeiture and Premier Souvanna Phouma. lomats to Khang Khay to returnto

the 1,500-mtle bus trip from around the town. This kind of category all charged with viola.tlons Unger told a news conferencehe Vientiane
Naples to Michigan. atmosphere is sadly lacking in of speed laws were Thur- expects to consult with The Pathet Lao claimed its

Left on schedule In bright south Florida. Not many rid- man L. Rose, $251; Robert J. Prince Souvann Thursday on gunners damaged two of the

sunshine, Friday afternoon ers on bus coming Into Knoxville Darby, $25)) Robert C. Relchard, the flights when the premier re. U.S. planes that attacked Phong

(May 29)). We travel 37 milesto but there are 11 standeesas $251 Richard A. Ackermaft $25 turns from an overnight trip to Savang.
U. Roberts Jr. the royal capital of Luang Pra. ((The New York Times, quotIng .
Fort Myers for a rest stop. we leave. Most of those Clayton $30;
Riders who get off within 15 miles of Knoxville Frank W. Cam, in, $401 ArnoldD. bang. Souvanna went there this rellabl sources In Washing
got on at Miami Lucas Jr. $30 Willie morning presumably to brief ton, said the U.S. Jets attackeda
; Ray,
.
may need the rest, but I don't. M. Hernander King Savang Vathana on devel. Communist gun position in r*.
$25 Angel
This driver can't Quite a gorge we ride throughon $25; E the
keep a steady and Nicholas T. Nlckas, $25 THAN opments.The tallatlon for downing of two
foot on the gas, so we lurch U.S. 31W up to Jelllco. Other forfeitures included ambassador was com. American jets over the week.

along. New driver I Tampa Winding road with steep hills BarbaraN.! BOM/, allowing unau.: r miming on unofficial reports end. The Times said President

and the smooths out. Arriving at Jelllco at dusk thorlted person to drive, $35; V8I that Souvanna had said he want. Johnson and his advisers were
People standing In the aisles riders note that the town's main Charles G. Potter, no valid drl. .d the American reconnaissance reported to have ordered the at.

Tampa to Tallahassee as all Industry is exemplified by the ver's license, $50; Alice A. Llnd, flights-which he requested tack to underline U.S. determl.
seats are filled. Connecting inscription on the post office. failure to yield, $35; Roland L. three weeks ago-stoDoed today. nation to stand firm in Laos.

bus Is late arriving at Tallahassee It reads, "U.S. Post Office and Griffin, no valid driver's license, Unger said ho had no formal The attack was also Interpreted
In the dead of night Mine Rescue Station." Town $251 James A. Gwaltney, allow. knowledge of Souvanna's re. In Washington as an effort to
Itself Is strapped a ing unauthorized minor to drive, ... ported desire to have the flights recoup prestige In the wake of
against
so our rest stop there Is pro- hillside with location deter- $35 Louis Sutera, failure to ,, ., halted. But well Informed the downing of the jets, the
longed to 45 minutes. Attempts said had been Times said)
have vehicle under control$35 sources no flights
to sleep aborted by two mined by proximity to mine Roger G. ; scheduled for today.
Rlgtrs failure to yield :
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nearby riders who talk In a loud entrances. $35 and improper driver's 11. :: : These sources said there had

voice across the aisle. Other SWEET PEACE cense, $50; Darrell D.Humphrey :; ,. ;;/ \/L7' been no plans for dally flights

passengers plainly annoyed,but Second night a little more wilful an<| wanton reckless drlv. \O".?r.ft' "" ,.,. ... ."."' .. : on an indefinite basis. They in. Jail 96 In
nobody asks the talkers to quiet restful with no talkers and Ing, $150; Jack Moseley no valid .9-(.... V" .,, ... c. '" .t, ,......' 4 4 .. dicated the purpose of the re.
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driver's license .. I '.... w- eonnalssance missions-4o
down. no air-conditioning. Awakened $50; Murray L. 'ii ... .. ,...:'1-. .., __ A spot
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Neither does anybody approach by cascade of light from Brown, improper pass, $35; IMPOSING EDIFICE on the north beach area in The Moorings Communist military concentra.
the driver about the air hundreds of mercurywaporflx- James A. Lowe and Kenneth is the new Gulf Towers Apartment Building on Gulf Shore Boulevard. lions that-might further have been achievedbut TuscaloosaRace
Brown
periodic flights
Illegal possession of al.
conditioning blows cold air system, which tures Illuminating cloverleaf llgator hides, $50 each; and John Wiggs and Maale are the general contractors. (NEWS photo) might. be needed for checks.

continuously Intersection on Interstate high Miranda, speeding $40, and fall. Souvanna indicated to news.
though the night Is cool. I way south of Cincinnati. ure to appear, $100. men Tuesday that tie had not
have to put on a Jacket to keep Corner of East Fifth and Among cases heard Grover C. given authorization for armed Riot

warm. May 30 dawns overcastIn Sycamore in downtown Cincinnati Finger was assessed $30 or 30 County 2,000 Homeless 30 DeadIn fighters to escort the photo

south Georgia. is pretty lonely at 2 a.m. days for speeding The assess. planes. The U.S. decision to TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -

Rest stop at Cincinnati extended ment against Sylvia K. Cox, on a provide armed fighter cover for Watchful police kept a round.
"TOY" RADIO speeding charge was $40 or BusinessThe the unarmed planes has stirreda the-clock surveillance on the
to hour and 12 minutes
Nearby rider Is a woman 40 days A warrent for arrest Worst Montana FloodGREAT controversy in Vientiane Negro community in Tuscaloosa

with transistor radio, which outside no explanation. Getting chilly was ordered against Stephen G. County Commission! A U.S. Embassy spokesman I today, alert for signs of new
she treats like a toy. She as June 1 dawns over- Haguo, on a charge of speeding. meeting u, reguiariy held the FALLS, Mont. (AP) Marias River Other flooding said earlier the decision to pro.demonstrations in the wake of
turns It on, loud, without warn- cast In ShelbyvlUe Ind. Indianapolis He failed to appear In court. third Tuesday of each month -Flood waters chased at least creeks pushed the Teton River vide fighter cover had been Tuesday's bloody street battle.
Ing, tinkers with the volume in the early morn- will be moved ahead one week 2,000 persons from their homes over its banks. Both river flow made on consultation with Sou. Negro leaders, some of themin
then turns it off Pine Ing on the day after the "600" ASK TRIAL and will be held Tuesday, June here Tuesday night after leav. Into the Missouri River near vanna's government. I jail as a result of the clash
again. Is rather deserted. We notice Jury trials were requested by 23. This announcement was ing 30 or more dead and hun. Loma, population 200, which Unger reaffirmed he had con.with police gave no Indicationof
forests blend Into oaks and a new city-county building occupying ,John L. Kenning, charged with made at yesterday's .dreda homeless upstream.Gov. was evacuated Tuesday night. suited with Souvanna regarding! their future course.
other stands of deciduous trees a square block. possession of alcohol by a minor, The change ordered meeting. Tim Babcock estimated Drinking water, contaminatedin protection for the reconnals. The Rev Martin Luther King
was when
as we head through north Bus station Is like nothing minor, driving while Intoxicatedand It was learned damage from the flood, Mon. numerous smaller communl. since planes but declined to Jr. ordered some of his key staff
Georgia. you've seen before. Appar- resisting arrest without 'vlo. that three of the tan.'. worst, at $10 million. ties, was safe In Great Falls elaborate. ;members sent in to Tuscaloosa.City .
Mountains of Appalachia old lancet and Reed Moran, JR.. commissioners will be out.of President Johnson declared sev. Souvanna said he had pro. 'i authorities assumed that
start to get imposing around ently an trolley yard charged with petit larceny.A town on that date and a quorum en northwestern counties a dls. posed that Laotian air force i some effort might be made to
from rails visible in
Benton Tenn., south of Knoxville Just con- warrant was Issued against could not be assembled.At aster area fighters escort the American :1 keep the demonstrations alive
Landscape also featured crete floor Open at both ends, Theodore S. Wilson on a the June 23 meeting the In the northwest, hit first by NLRB To Ask photo jets i despite the ban on street march.es .
TVA Indianapolis terminal has no worthless check charge. JohnE. Commission will take< a first the three-day flood, waters receded The Communist Pathet Lao' which touched off the wild
by lines.
high-voltage celling--just a high roof with Murray was sentenced to 30 look at the 1964-65 county budget and rescue teams started charged In a Peking broadcastthat Etowah (Tenn.) flve-and-dlme exposed girders like a field days each on worthless check Democratic nominees for mopping up. six U.S. jet fighters flew rock and bottle throwing.

store has window sign adver- house. A chill wind blows In charges He was granted credit Commission seats Ewell The Sun River crested 11 feet Court To Ban over Khang Khay, the Pathet Ninety-six Negroes went to
tising a scrub tub for 88 cents from north end. Since it Is for time served. The case against Moore and KM. Sentell, will over Its flood stage of 12 feet at Lao headquarters In central jail In the aftermath of a 45.
and also informs us that "ma- Greyhound's terminal. Grey- Robert W. Hicks on a worthless be invited midnight in this city of 70,000.A Laos, and nearby Phong Savang minute siege which sent 33 Negroes .
terial just arrived 39 cents t hound gets the first seven lanes check charge was continued, also to sit In on the bud- spokesman for the Air Force Tuesday and attacked Phong i and a policeman to a hospital .

yard spring colors." to unload theirbuses,tndTrall :the case against J.W. Lisabelle, get study and National Guard's rescue operations PicketsCAPE Savang with 12 bombs and two 1 with cuts and bruises and
Gasoline prices running held on four bad check charges. estimated 2,000 to 3,000 Cape rockets tear-gas sickness.
three to seven cents below Naples ways gets the last two. So Jay Peterson was before the t e persons were evacuated from Prince Souphanouvong, the City police and sheriffs deputies -
depending on It Is 300 feet from the bus to judge on 14 counts of worthless In other business transacted homes here and in the flooded KENNEDY (AP)-Fed. Pathet Lao leader, had been ex. I' reinforced by plainclothes
Haven't a locality. the waiting room, and this has checks He was sentenced to 30 yesterday advertising was ordered areas to the west and north. eral court was expected to be pected to complain further state investigators patroled Negro
where seen town' yet to be the place I change buses, days on each count. A charge of to announce the Coramt- Tom Sullivan, manager of a asked today to break up a rail about the reported attack today i iat sections through the night

prices are as high as remove luscaue.- and layover petit larcency against him w 1.1dlsmlaaed. ,:ion U11SI? ,as, an EcjuaUajtJoti -, Red Cross shelter, said he had, road union's picket line that was a'' meeting In Khang Khay I''But found no evidence of organized
YOURPHARlIACIS1i for two hours: The charge of drlv." "' { & on July\ 6, the first. made records of about 1SbOper..'holdlGgi I' up ,, all Construction alt) ,1 Negro activity.
Ing while Intoxicated against Cly*""" 1 Mbhdayiijuly, ''eonsewcaaled' from'homes the -nation' Moonport1 > T State troopers some of whom
JUST WAITING deus D. Kelly was also dl.. e o west of Great Falls and from an The National Labor Relations stood guard at the University of
Many men in uniform.Inter- missed. exclusive residential area sur. Board planned to argue beforeU. Claims Walker Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa
r J1PIiAK"$ mtnal, also laying overen routeto Leslie Caraway was sentencedto A request by County Prose- rounding a country club and golf S. District Judge George just a year ago when two Negroes
wherever they're going on 90 days on a charge of petit cutor Walter Sorokoty to attend course The shelter is In West Young that the picket constitut were admitted to the university

w BY this holiday weekend. Waiting larceny. William L. Watson was a six-day meeting of Dis- Side Junior High School, where ed a secondary boycott accordIng Couldn't Stop reportedly were readyto
: GENE room given a 9Way( suspended sen. trict Attorneys next month In more than 200 residents slept to a source close to the move into the city if local authorities
J ; MtLAIN presents Interesting studyof tence on an assualt charge pending New York was denied. Tuesday night board. asked for them.
people trying to pass the time no futher violation. This action followed a state- The 14th Street bridge in The NLRB also planned to argue Ole Miss Riot The clash between Negro

l doing nothing. "No Loitering Suspended sentences of $50or ment by a commissioner that Great Falls held fast despite a that the 3,800 building trades FORT WORTH Tex. (AP)- demonstrators and police was
signs in evidence Rest 50 days were ordered by the "a lame duck Is a dead duck." heavy pounding by wl.ter. trees, workers honoring the picket lines A witness presented by EdwinA the first outbreak of racial violenc. .
room has those Infernal hand- Judge In cases against Harold E. ,Commissioners that parts of farm buildings and were violating their nostrllteacreement Walker quoted the former in this heavily Industrial
A condition which findperao Tillman and Carol A. Gordon agreed other debris.A ized the Au-
drying machines that don't do convention attendance is the source said. Army major general as saying community since
S suddenly iiuble the job. Sign says "Towels- charged with selling alcoholic ranted when war- natural gas pipeline under The picket lines, set up Mon. Walker was powerless to stop therlne Lucy riot eight years
it Is
to stay awake li known See Attendant." It shouldn'tbe beverages on election day a benefitto the Sixth Street bridge burst day by the Brotherhood of the the University of Mississippi ago. Miss Lucy, the first Negro
the
as narcolep-y, meaning necessary to see to Fines of $50 or 50 days in jail county. Sorokoty was with a shudder that was felt by Maintenance of Way Employes student riot If h* had wanted to. enrolled as a student at the university
anyone directed in 'not a candidate for reelection onlookers t h. movement of from the
noised with ilwp dry one's hands were cases against protested The trial of the$2-mlllloncivil was driven
People a* afflicted drop William L. Barksdale Larry L. Air Fore teams said they res. freight into Merritt Island by libel suit Walker filed against campus by an angry white mob.
On
off suddenly,. often with. to Ft. Wayne, passing Walker, Burke A. McCandles: County Commissioner Was cued at least 200 persons from the strikebound Florida East The Associated Press resumed Later she was expelled for accusing
out preliminary drowil. through Kokomo so-called and Robert A. Conant charged 1 Downing (another lame duck) rural areas The Air Force was Coast Railway, operating with today. university authorities of
"City of Firsts." Steelframework with disturbing molesting and said he turned down the using Malmstrom Air Force nonunion prsonnl.Th brother conspiring with the rioting
opportunity
ncu, and deiplte a normal going up for buildings on turning turtles j to attend a Base at Great Falls for a head. hood hal been on strike against Talmadg Witt, 43, former crowd.
night's rent. The what will be Indiana Universi- The case against Eloulse Las ,commissioner's county quarters for 11 helicopters and the road sine Jan. 23, 1963. Pontotoc Miss., deputy sheriff
period of sleep U not ty's I Kokomo campus. Restaurant seter, charged with assault, was Washington convention In other craft. The labor Ueup was costing testified Tuesday he was near
long, usually one to five sign "Race WeekMakeThis dismissed. Charges of worthless D.c. Pilots made 38 flights Tues. the government an estimated $1 Walker on the University of Mis. Leavitt, Schryver

.....t.., Mmetimra Ion*. Your Pit Stop" Work- checks against Aurora B. Person day and were prepared to take million a day, a Space agency slsslppi campus the night of Named To Promote
er and there are likely 'lobe men slap were dropped upon payment of additional supplies to flood vie. spokesman laid. Sept. 30, 1962 during a night
many tuck prrlodN of orange paint on court costs. Elijah J. Pitt man 2 Women Drivers time evacuated to other areas The railroad union strung pick. long riot over admission of Blood Bank Drive
girders
bridge Wa-
across
At least 400 homeless in Negro James H. Meredith. Witt
was found not guilty on a chargeof were et lines across all five entrances
Curing the day. bash River at Peru. petit larceny.A Get Tickets Here the northwest counties of Cas. to Merritt Island, headquartersof said he heard an Episcopalian Marvin Cecil the newly installed -

II I. believed In someusrteri Indiana and Michigan are request for Jury trial was cad, Chouteau, Flathead, Gla. the Moonshot program. This minister, the Rev. Duncan Gray president of the Naples
that narrolrpyU the only two states along route granted Raymond A. Glllson After AccidentsTwo el.r, Pondera, Teton and Toole, i:was Illegal, sine the railroad beg Walker to slop the student Jaycees has appointed John
Bora of emotional Inn- that have wide gravel shoulders charged on counts of no valid women drivers were those designated for federal dls. entered at but one point the attacks on rioting U.S. marshalswho Leavitt and Kenny Schryver to

entity, aaxlrty, or rebel.) at the sides of all princi- driver's license and driving while given tickets he re following two aster relief Hardest hit was the I'NLRB' said. fired tear gas in return. represent the Jaycees on the

lion toward a pattern of pal roads. Change buses at license was suspended. Bruce H. separate accidents here late Blackfeet Indian Reservation Paul Styles ,labor relations director Witt quoted Walker* saying Collier County Blood Bank publicity
life net of the MUMuel'e Ft. Wayne for the second and Noble, charged with contempt of yesterday In an accident In Highway 2 was opened to East for the National Aero "I'm not here to break It up. I committee.

choosing. It U, In short, last time Young men play court, was given credit of time the Kwlk Chek parking lot at Glacier, the eastern gateway to nautlcs and Space Administration didn't come here to break it up. Cecil stated that for their
served and paid fines assessed. Glacier National Park, and UJ5. asked the heads of 14 build .
n d e as.meehanomsgain.t pinball machines lined up 5:35 o'clock yesterday afternoon I couldn't break It up if I wantd
Norman O. Mulllns was given 89 was opened for the first time ing trade unions to order their to." publicity efforts on the January
coming to grip against a wall in Mrs. Jeanette
Iverson _
waiting room. the option of $35 or 35 days on since Monday, allowing rescue men back to work. blood-letting the local Jaycees
with problem which the Grass growing up between a charge of no tag, and $25 or 1045 Eighth Ave. N., struck operations to reach Babb, near "This situation requires your Walker claims In his suit that won astateaward forcommun-
i.rtoltptk d.ea nM rails and ties of many a rail- 25 days on a charge of no val. cars belonging to Robert UTomllnson the Canadian border. personal attention," Style told certain Associated Press storieson .ity development at the annual
'r"C." fere.However road In northern Indiana and id driver's license. Rt. 2, Naples and A road was opened south of the union official "Local offlc.lals his activities at Oxford wr statewide Jaycee conventionheld

you can ei* southern Michigan. Blue sky Robert L. Gordon and Vlrgie to Norman Ellers 1189 Sixth Browning to the Two Medicine,, of your union stem unableto false and malicious. The Associated last month at Cocoa Beach.
poet wide-awake service first since Florida visible L. Grasty were sentenced to Lane North. Both of the lat- Creek, but washed-out bridgesand secure compliance with your Press, which will presentIts Leavitt and Schryver will
at NAPLES PRESCKIP- north of Ft. Wayne Sunshine $35 or 35 days with credit for ter two vehicles were legally roads still had the Birch no>strlk* agreement." evidence following Walker's be charged with the
.nON SHOP. Prentrlp. makes 65-degree mtdafternoon time served on charges of an parked. Damage was esti- Creek area Isolated. It was the Local union officials disclaimed witness, contends its accounts blood drive slated promoting for Wednesday
little affray. Allen L. Long was sen. mated Swift Reservoir dam on Birth responsibility for their member were true In fact and substance, ,
a at $100
tlons are a specialty, nota temperature more tolerable to Mrs.Ive rson's and
tenced to 30 days In jail on a Creek that broke Monday, send. refusal to cross the picket lines. and without malice. Thursday of next week.
as I get off at Coldwater car, and at $100 to the Tom-
sideline at NAPLES charge of possession of alcohol ing a 30-foot/ wall of water down. They said It was a matter of The goal Is 160 pints.
PRESCRIPTION SHOP the old stamping grounds.All linson car and at $50 to theEllers' -- --- -
by a minor. Jessie 1.. Hoff. stream. individual discretion by the
77$ 4th Ae. North. Phone man, Jr., was sentenced to six auto. Mrs. Iversonwas This water surged Into the workers.
ML 2-24JJ. herons fly with their months in jail, charged with given a ticket for careless The bitter and often violent
necks drawn in and their feet violation of probation. JeromeW. driving and for leaving railroad strike began more than

extended. Hall was given an option of the scene of an accident by 17 month ago when management .
$50 or 50 days on a charge of Officer George Dampler who George Rogers rejected demands of the 11
failure to have a valid driver's made the investigation for the nonoperatlng union for wag increases .
license. police department. Guest SpeakerAt of better than 10.28 cent tIvr

Elmer Pettlt 1208 Royal an hour.
built track to
The FEC a spur
Palm Drive who was stoppedat Fort MyersE. the Island for NASA's $100 mU-
Defy Law In the stop light at the corner lion Saturn Moonport.
of Eighth Street South, while
PETSAVALON headed George Rogers, speaking be.
westerly on Fifth Avenue e .
for the Downtown Kiwanis Clubin
South, was struck In the efeeduearstlrekr
Fort Myers Mondaytold
memo
St. AugustineST. rear by a car driven by Mrs. bars that art Is "an experience, GOP Hopes To Cut
ta.aa4
Thelma Hodges who was unaware not a pretty picture." Rogers $200 Million From sr
that the Pettit car had spoke on the topic "Th Bust
Gangs. AUGUSTINE of screaming, Fla.whit(AP men)- stopped. Damage was estima- nessmae and Art." Foreign Aid Bill

and youth attacked ,whit and ted at $50 to her car and at Rogers, a retired businessman
KENNELS stressed in his talk the WASHINGTON (AP) Republican .
Negro marchers with fists and $75 to the Pettlt car.
important of art In the lives foreign aid opponents
fet in bold defiance of the law Beverly Ann Rapa 19, of to
of businessmen H* was Intro. disclosed today they Hop
BOARDINGDAY In this old city. Lawrence Mass, a passengerIn ducd by Dean David G. Robin slice from $200 million to $400
The slugging kicking attackers Mrs. Hodges' car was cut son who stated that In a short million from the administration
moved in on their vlctlmi about the face by glus. She career as an artist, Rogers had "barebones' foreign aid author.
WEEK MONTH marching two abreast ton a was taken Naples Community won admiration of his fellow nation bill hi

downtown sidewalk-and then Hospital for emergency treat- artists, along with numerousprises The $3.5 billion measure
Just Off Trail at Avalon Estates, fled when policemen armed with ment and released. and honors. reaches the amendment stag BLOOD DRIVE publicity chairmen
club moved in Tuesday night. named by
3 Miles South. Phone 2-2886 Mrs. Hodges was" given a Following his talk to the club, today. Manm Cecil president of the
About a dor.en demonstrators ticket for falling to have her Rogers presented an oU paint Rep E. Ross Adair, R-Ind., are John Leavitt left second Naples] Jaycees,
assaulted. The violence to the Edison vice-president and
Junior several
were ing College told a newsman alUroa.tiv
APPROVED "DUNKAN DOG"Opwttd car under control by Officer Kenneth
by ended when marcher returned which will be hung In the main mony.p rlng amendmentshave Schryver a member of the board of directors -
by Wilt Co..l D.l.ct"vt Agency to the church where they began Jerry Winebrenner who made hall along with other collection ben prepared and de. The Jaycee co-operate with the Collier

their protest. the investigation. The accident and eventually be exhibited In the velopments on the House floor County Blood Bank. headed by Norman
Herren
Police headquarters said there occurred at 9:15 o'clock .permanent gallery of the,college, would determine which would be In Its "I-11"1 drive to replenish ,
were no arrests. Tuesday night. a spokesman raid offered blood bank.ELIER the local


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:, They Silently Unfold Their Tents (and Wear Then]) COLLIER Wednesday COUNTY, June NEWS 1/. 1t&4 3



VL : By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON M ---

: AP Faihloit Writer r Woman
+- Space

NEW YORK (AP)-Tlie chlo
::
''Olt chicks on the beach next 1 1 1t
t,
otJ year will be looking like sheiks, Gives Birth

according to the predictions of I

sportswear designers here

By JANE IARTI This news may surprise and f To DaughterMOSCOW

disappoint girl-watchers "'ho have

All Naples loves a parade at was proven by the been led to believe that paroddo..n (AP) The world

large turnout for the Shrine parade on Saturday. Some bathing suits were sure to \t I only space woman, Valentina
result In tome startling refla Mkolayevna Tereshkova, gave
viewers were so enthusiastic they saw the start of the dons In the future birth to a daughter last Sunday,

parade, then backtracked to see it again at the end of To be sure. lid sun worshippers f t'' the Soviet news agency Tau announced .

the route. Anyway, now we know why the Shriners are appearing more briefly> The baby's today. father Is Soviet
C
are noted for their fine parades. A splendid mixture of along the surf than ever before U jI V. j spaceman Andrlan Nlkolayev,

skill and and will continue to do so. But 1 who orbited the earth In August
pomp, nonsense.
... 1962 with Lt. Col. Pavel Popo.
designers Insist that bo everbriefly ,
Henderson
Received a postcard from Mrs. William vlch. Valentina orbited the earthIn
the future
In
theappear
,
from Gatlinburg, Tenn. The mountain laurel was in full company with Valery Bykov.
they will appear onl! brieflyand 1 -
bloom and she and Mr. Henderson were enjoying their sky In June 1963.
then under
disappear a Both mother and daughter are
stay there en route north By now the Hendersons are mountain of cloth. well, Tass said.

in their new apartment in Birmingham, Mich., where they At any rate. several of the I \ Usually reliable sources said

will spend the summer. 25 designers asked to create / e y Se the baby weighed nearly seven
I pounds, eight ounces.
Others who spend the next few months in suburban some styles for use a ear. from Valentlna and Nlkolayev were
now (for a fJ" Mm \hoe, her married In Moscow last Nov. S
Detroit include Mr and Mrs. William R. Tracy. They leave :
featuring a wrinkle shedding 1.yI and spent their honeymoon tour.

tomorrow for Bloomfield Hills. fabric made of anewt hem leal fiber I bag South Asian countries

Mr and Mrs. H. Benjamin Ruhl are already at their vycron) devoted. their talent* to Although the baby Is the first

home in Bloomfield Hills having left a week or so ago. born to an astronaut couple,
tent-llke robes Into which thesenearly p i 2 Gherman Tltov was the first as.

However, either or both of the Ruhls will probably be bare ladles Would retreat IS ,, ,, tronaut to become t father after

down briefly during the summer to check on the home The !sheiks never had It orbiting the earth His wife gave
so rhlc Just 1 occasionalK the r birth to a daughter, Tanya, last
the beach. r
they are building on September,
And Mr and Mrs. Truman Brown will spend part robes were slimmed down to v Valentina, whose married

of the summer in Grosse Pointe, Mich. They leave Mon where the wearer figures prominently name according to Russian custom .
,
On other occasions she r Is Mkolayevna.Tereshkova,
day for Long Island and a visit with their Galleon Drive was serenely nnsterlout In a Is 27. Nlkolayev is 34.

neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Potter Then on to Michiganto hood voluminous sleeves. or .1IJ- Three days ago the doctor for

divide their time between Grosse Pointe and their sum legged culottesAlways k !/. .r.. '". .hi d % the geny Soviet Petrov astronauts, reported, that Dr. Val.Ev

mer home at Harbor Beach she was a bright spot entlna was in the best of health
Ht;;Tl.f Hi \\I\NTIC:; C .\1.1 OF THF VF.SF.RT..Thlt U part of the reason why' Kithli, lemtle' nexteir
and Mrs. Holland with their Stephen on the desert sands In flashing During her pregnancy she has
Mr sons
Salley will 1'men tlieinselve ItVe .xlelkn say designer. who ,reated the iuitdrtrn(>f irtr,< e' heretleft. been at the Military
studying
and Scott, left on the first lap of en extended motor trip stripes., clear pastels, or vibrant l Ihilk, strljeMrihlm U"tl: "shone I\, Leo \irdu< t'|. A hooded robe with glint-ileeve ;IIIII side, .It- Aeronautic Engineering Acade.

They will spend a few days in Chicago at the Furniture oranges and )ellowc.There "enter U l III llnl'ir/ Dead while. Dim Poland designed the trl.tone striped| 1'urnoose with M 1I'I'pr.II'lt..h' my and recently passed exam.

Mart and then head west taking in National Parks and are many practical rei- p0.| 'Vets. Ml are. made from a "'rlnkle-"herldlng ihrlc "blending, 11,tton anti| vii'run. nations In English and mathe.
sons why a bather should take .matlcs.
other points of interest After driving down the Californiacoast to rover under a tent-like robe The astronauts were marriedIn

they start back, stopping to inspect Las Vegas; say the prognosticating designers a televised white wedding at
Johnsons One Of Wealthiest the flower decked Palace of
then on to Houston, Tex., where they take a plane for She can wiggle. out of or Marriages In Moscow

a few days in Mexico City Back in Texas, the Salleyswill Into her suit under
head for home arriving here about the middle of July ran dry herself.. She in prrtertherself :!Isles Of Capri on hand for the wedding, which
Families Ever In White HouseWASHINGTON attention than
got more public
Mrs. Clarence Pearson left Tuesday to open her homein from ,coollne. breezes.mm .., r-'" any Russian marriage since
her she
rot> inn I'alloft
Cape Vincent, N. Y. Her son, Dr. C Arthur Pearson, i Is the sun's rays when she has : (AP) Prest, Johnson was a member of ther DY GAIL 'INCIIELL hone Ml 2-5704 Czar Nicholas II married Queen

his obstetrics in Milwaukee and July dint Johnson's Is Commerce mmlttee which has The residents Victoria granddaughter, In
residency in
finishing had enough. Moreover her hood family "one o r here are glad to were over from Miami for three 1893.
first will open his own office In Oneida, N. Y. So Mrs. will hide her wet hair from the tin wealthiest ever to (e'cup y jurisdiction over the Feder. see the much.needed rain, but days of fishing They reported
the While House," with holding i al Communication Commission their children are nut Recently"freed' good catches of snout, some
Pearson is looking forward to having Dr. and Mrs. Pear eotor-thirsty rays of Ole!" Sol calculated The FCC In all
at $9 million, t1( n i turn, regulates students' spirits welt I weighing up to 12 pounds, They Wathen Family
son and their three small children all summer. These are enough reasons to Washington Evening Star bale I television and radio stall'MS.\ slightly dampened to find that stayed at the Isles of Capri
keep!" any sensible. girl under today.In "The public records of the after so many days of I'hoolthe) Motel and Marina Visiting: Parents
PRENUPTIAL PARTIES rover. a lengthy report by IlaIfwriter 'FCC," the article continued, were still unable to get much sun, Mr. and Mrs Phil Clevengerand Mr, and Mrs Earle E. Wathen
John Barron the news,/'.how no evidence that Mr. swimming, and fishing done
their son Jim arrived at the
in St. Louis for the with their and
Dale son
Chlumsky Craig daugh.
is many pre That's the story, girl- ,
paper asserted: Johnson ever sought preferential Cheer" up, kldsl The forecait for Isles of Capri Motel< and Marina
nuptial parties being given for him and his fiancee, Kathy watchers Sorry, The Johnson holdings In tele consideration from the regulatory the coming week looks better. Sunday for a week of snook fish. ter Ohio, Debra are In, Naples of Worthington for a visit,

Kerckhoff His parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chulmsky, and vision and radio stations, land, agency" Mr*. L.L. Loach and her dallch. Ing of several weeks with Wathen'
banks and stocks now are worth The latest FCC ruling affect. ter Rosemary traveled to Fort Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Knebelof
will take father and mother and Mrs
Patricia left today to join him. The wedding more than $9 million ing the Johnson family fortune Lauderdale' last week w'Ih her Naples spent a day fishing Mr.

place June 20th and Patricia will be one of the attendants Papuans Want "And," the article added, "a came this spring. A* the Star mother, Mrs. E.R. Rolald, and out of the Isles of Capri Motel John Ave D. Wathen, 1284 Michigan

Mr and Mrs. Chlumsky will host the rehearsal dinner ruling Issued by the Feder. put It, "the commission voted to friend Mn. C. "Charley" Pike and Marina. They caught three
al I Communications Commission r tonllnue probably fatal restrict: Mrs Rnla.d and Mrs. Flk re. snook weighing up to It pounds -THANKS
at the Clayton ,Inn, on June 17th Aussies Out, LBJ last,April could greatly Increase Horn1 up'MI an Austin television m allied there with relatives. Mr. Knebel Is co-author of the CARD

After the wedding the Chlumskys will go to Chicagoto their value." cable r'm! which Is competing Mrs F.A. Wlnchell and two of book, "Seven Days In May". We would like to thank each

few weeks the Lake Shore Club. To Take Over The fortune, It'wspaper with rt allied with the John. her daughters, Joanne and Peggy, Not to be stopped by the rain, and everyone for their expres.slons .
spend a at said, "was amassed almost en. son company." went to Miami last Wednesday to Tom Rkketson and Ms father, of sympathy and beautiful
Mr and Mrs. W. O Mercer of Washington, D. C., PORT MORESBY, New tlrely while Mr. Johnson was In If Capital Cable, the firm al. visit wltbr-Mr. and Mrs P.H. Jim Rlcketson, caught their bag flowers, and those who preparedfood

are due for their second Naples' vacation They will beat Guinea (AP)-Antl Austria.n public office; mainly since he lied with the Johnson Interests, Wlnchell, her father ant mother. limit of snook during their stay and to Dr. Myers and Dr.
Papuans on New Hmovir Island entered the Senate and began succeeds In driving its competl.tor In.law, and her father und aunt, at the Isles of Capri Fishing Miller, and the nurses and to the
the White Sands, but plan to spend much of the time are raising a fund to buy his rise to national power In out of Austin, Capital even Tom and Katharine O'Connor. Lodge. The snook weighed from Rev. Ledles Bargo and all those

with their good friends and former neighbors, Col and President Johnson. 1948." tual worth could be between Friday, Mrs. Wlnchell and Peggy 15 to 19 pounds Mrs RU kelson who were so kind during the 111.
The White House had no 1m. $3 and 110 million returned home with Mr ness and death of our husband
Mrs. Edward F. Venn Fifth Street South They want the American l'rl'8.' according to P.H. spent the week catching up on
11<'nt to t..klOVI'r their little Island mediate comment on the story broadcasting Industry sources Wlnchell Mr. Wlnchell Is a her reading and relaxing and father, A.L McSwaln. May
Karyn Childs and Leslie Giddens arrived Tuesday to visit 300 miles northeast ol An-, The Star noted the common And an option agreement entl. Ehrlner and attended the confer God bless each and everyone Is

their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Lester Grimes, of the trallan Now Guinea. They I'X''t| version that the fortune Is main ties the Johnson company to buy once held In Naples over the week FIRST GRADUATE our prayer.
him to bring vast rlihm. ly due to Mrs. Johnson's acu.men half of Capital Cable at a price end Joanne Wlnchell will return Congratulations to John Mar. Signed Anna L. McSwain
Maries These two 11-year-olds had the thrill of their To swtll their purchase fund, and energy In buying up a which would be well under a home next Wednesday Inl, Jr. John Is the first of the Charles E. McSwain

lives. They made the trip by bus from Atlanta on their they are refusing to( Ivy the small, part-tIme, debt.ridden million dollar. Islanders to graduate from high Gene L. McSwain
head tax of $4.48 a year. The Austin, Tex, radio station in LUCKY WITH SNOOK school while living here Al.
own. movement reportedly has 2,500munlxrs. 1943 for )17SOO and developing Dan Boon of Sarasota visited though John Is .
Speaking of the Mar-Les. Mr and Mrs. Ewing Earls It Into a highly profitable TV. the Isles last weekend. Ha Is dent a part time real Kneading yeast dough" makes
ht Is
Grace Lutheran considered an Ulan
have been there for two months Tuesday, the Earls, Tim Australian administrationhas radio business a frequent visitor and was quite der. lie graduated last week In the dough smooth and elastic so
sent District Commissioner "Mrs Johnson" the newnpo. lucky with his snook fishing lie it can hold the .U that the yeast
Nashville left the Mar-Les to into their Fort Lauderdale.
formerly of move Mh k Healey and mom than 40 per continued, "doubtless has Bible School caught several large snook dur. Residents don't forget that the provides.
new home in The Moorings. armed police to N.w. 11.mover made Impressive coi,trlbutlon*. Ing his ally, some of which schedule for the bookmobile has
Another lady off for her first solo trip is from neighboring New Ireland Rut there is strong evidence that weighed up to 14 /4 pounds Mr. been changed The bookmobile helen burton-
young Island New Hanover has a pop Mr. Johnson himself has parti Opens MondayThe Boon stayed at the Isles uf Capri will be between the marinas al.
Anne Barkau, daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. W. Barkau. ulatlon of 8,000 Papuan and J i clpated vigorously In the family and M<(.land Marina.A ternallng Wednesdays from 2:15

Anne leaves tomorrow by plane for Wilmington, Del., to dozen uneasy whites. business ventures. annual Vacation Bible surprise birthday was given to 3:1': p.m.Ddferent. : CLOSINGJUNE
The leader of the so tailed "Several Texans who dealt School of Grace Lutheran Church to Mrs Dick Larson last Wed.
have 10
will
her Bette. Bette a busy days
visit sister Jihnson. Cult Is 20,)ear old with the Johnsons prior to last will Commence Its sessions on nesday night Present at the 13th
showing Anne New York City and the Fair Papuan "proihet( "' named floe :November say they always dealt Monday morning at 9 a.m in the party were her father and mother, frankfurter dash:
Mr Barkau mother, who has been here from St. mlilek who worked for t U.S. with Mr. Johnson, never with his church auditorium The classes Mr. and Mrs. Jack lpen, her Smite onions end green pepper
Air Force team father and mother.ln.law Mr. and add solid'pick canned
survey on New will continue through FrldsyJune ,
Louis for several months, moved into her own apartment Hanover earlier this hear wife."Mr. Johnson, it should be 19th, and will conclude with a and Mrs. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. tomatoes with s little of their LITTLE COQUINA SHOP

Saturday at the Garden Court. Heal!) said Dosmlalek has told noted, owns no stock In the com. short parent service at 1:30 on AI Tatu, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick June Cut frankfurters into
his followers( that COO U.S.troops pany which has title to most of Friday night, when Certificates Jurek, all of the Isles. Also pre. chunk and add to the skillet;
ISLAND.HOPPING will arrive June 10 on the Queen the Johnson property and has will be awarded tothosewhohave sent were the Bob Smiths, Sr. cover and heal until the frank

Mrs. J. G. McCutcheon and her daughter Nancl leave Mary with several helicopters| to provided the family' with such attended. and Jr. The Smiths are frequent are piping hoi load with bach Pill ales? sea U MMEN'S .
help throw out the Australian amenities as limousines, an The theme of the School Is visitors of the Isles. potatoea boiled or mahrd
tomorrow for Jamaica. They plan a bit of islandhoppingand administration lie said the cult, airplane, a cabin cruiser and the ,""Around the World wlthChrlst", Mr. and Mrs C. Hargeaves '

on the 19th will meet Missy Craig in Nassau. After h.ls have prepared three landIng LBJ Ranch Itself. A majority of and classes are being formed for of St. Marys, Ga., stayed at the
sites for the hellcoMeis. the family company stoU, 84.4$ ,children
between the ages of 3 Isles of Capri Motel and Marina
the weekend they will return to Naples During the recent House of per cent, is owned by Mrs. John. and thirteen Interesting work last week, They spent four days SaLe

On June 25th, Mrs. McCutcheon expects her two Asiemll!) elettlon, the cultists son and her daughters. I projects are used In conjunction snook fishing and took home their

nephews, Dennis and Donald McCoy, to arrive from long sensed to vote uheii told they "Last Nov. 29, a week alter with the study lessons and light tag limit.
could not vote for President Mr. Johnson entered the White refreshments will be provided Mr, and Mrs. Phil Swenson
Beach, Cal., fa stay for a month The boys, native Californians Johnson. House, the family relinquished l ,tally at midmorning The dally

will be making their first visit to Florida. Dosmljlek followers believe control of the company by put. sessions will close at 11.50 a.m. DRESSSHOES
Johnson will send shl|>s loaded ting the stock Into a trust. There Is no charge for atten.
Mrs. W. Miller Cook is giving a bridge luncheon "The trust agreement stipulates .
with i atco for their use Dosml lance I although a dally freewill
Saturday at the Mooring Country Club. The decorationswill alek said earl!) this fear tlio that neither the President ,altering I.I to be gathered Reg. );EXCLUSIVE AT RAR
theme with yellow the first such ship| would arrive on nor his wife shall receive any stratlon 1 will continue through
out a Japanese predominating
carry April 10. A U.S. survey ship due!" Information on how the family Friday'I of this week only-chlldren
color. In New Hanover on that date property is administered ,I cannot be admitted who have not Our Special

The Lloyd Easterlmgs are doing a bit of vagabonding. was (hastily diverted to New "Since then, according to--I been prereglstered. Individualityin. 5.00
Washington attorney Abe For.
When they left they took their camping gear and when Ireland Prs-rtglstration may be made .
New llmovvr and neighboring bas, an old friend and personal |I by telephone until S p.m. Friday,
the spirit noves them plan to put it to use. They are Island have been the center of legal adviser to the President, June 12th, by calling the church
"citified" convention in Toronto pro American cults since Amer Mr. Johnson has not engaged In ;ifflce., GIFTS
now being at a Rotary
Iran troops were stationed on or discussed any family bu.t.n. Values To 9.95
and, I presume, will stay that way for their week or them during World War II. A .... But in gathering material Green i I. often Accessories

two in New York. But when they start back south again U.S. mission two year ago for this article, tin Star has re. called for mayonnaise in old-faihioned cookbook Broken Sizes
celved allegations to the con. Antique
heard witness after witness ask
they will be on the look-out for scenic camp sites. Mr. trary." *. To prepare H, simmer
that the United States replaceAustralia
and Mrs. Easterling should have some good stories when a* the governing auth The bulk of the Johnson for. water ere** Ipr'S with leaves or.p.nah INTERIORS Dream Girl
in
and fresh tirnson s .
tune the Star out has
pointed ,
orlt .
about the first of )
return July
they been derived from Investment hide boiling unsalted water for

in Texas television and radio couple of minutes. Drain Furniture NYLON HOSE
tona Beach was elected head of stations pressing out the liquid; chop snd Upholstering
Fort Pierce Man the synodlcal society, the worn Cuban Refugees The newspaper noted that dur. add to mayonnaise with lemon

en's auxiliary.Rosser Ing his first term in the Senate, juice to tatte Draperies
D Elklns of West Being RequestedTo Carpeting
Named To LeadPresbyterians 2 1.00
Palm Beach was named a dele PAIR 1
gate to the youth assembly of Teach SpanishMIAMI 25% Off on Expert Hair

the Presbyterian this summer World at Alliance Frank., (AP) Demand for Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Frosting
to be held
Cuban exile a* Spanish teach. ; JIt 400 Needle 15 Denier i
DAYTONA BEACH (AP) furt, Germany.Presented ., -This Week Special! l' 1S
ers In many states was reported l
ON 9 A.M.
SALE THUKS.
The new moderator of the Flop. today by the Cuban Refuge.Center. Permanent
Ida Synod, United Presbyterian for Sainthood $12 50 IodIi1 '
Church, U. 8. A., is George. Catherine Tekakwitha. Interviews for 110 teachers to .... Wave $25.aot r' or ...!,!. ItS.

Edgar pastor ol First Presbyterian of the Mohawks;' was fill posts are under way at the ....I1.. fM.l, Cut a Kyle
Church of Fort Pierce. "Lily center. 1290 Third St. So.
Edgar elected Tuesday at the the first North American Those selected will go to Indi. Try )fr. Wills' New Body Han Cut! Make your Mtty Member

Synod's 44th annual meeting, Indian ever presented to ana Elate College, Terre Haute; better and keeps the frua out of your permanent
will serve one year u modera.lor. Rome for sainthood She America Institute
Pacific University, Forest Grove
165A to 1680 WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
from ac.
He succeeded the Rrr Wai.t lived Ore, and College Great Falls, Interior Designer
r 1. Merti of EustU. cording to the Encyclopaedia )of ont. "11 FlftK. A.. *. MWM Ml f 11)1 766 Fifth Avenue, South Napk. FU.
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IN FOR THE NEXT EPISODE-- See Mao Wary of Big War


:t tr Q1bt NtUfS e' With U.S. in Southeast AsiaBY


PRos RAY CROMLEY

r WEDNESDAY JUNE 10, 1964 Washington Correspondent

--- Enterprise Assn
Newspaper
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. Do We' Actually- Need A Spray. Plane? WASHINGTON 4NEAbeS( ) uen. Douglas MacArthur"expanded"

Korean war into North Korea, MaoTsetung'
Through no fault of its local correspondent geted $25,000 for purchase of a plane 0 Communist the South Chinese troops entered [In force,

a Miami newspaper on Sunday if such action is found to be practical and ,,, vir ; In hammering out standby plans for "expanding" the war

headlined a Naples story, "Mosquito economical. To the best of our knowledge ) against the Viet Cong and the been pathet Lao Into to North figure Viet
attempting
District Will Buy Plane" We have been no figures have been made publicas what Mao v.a.T ouldgdostodhaveayy. would ne send his armies j out to

handed several clippings of the story, to what will be the additional cost of 4i3w + ; :"save" Ho Chi Minh's Communist North Viet Nam1 Could'

due no doubt to the subhead that said, maintenance, storage space, pilot's fees, s that explode into conclusion a big war of?the erts: In the conventional

"Tax Rate May Rise For Year," The story etc. Certainly some cost would be involved Vr x t military The private sense Mao Is something eof a paper dragon

does not say the district commissionershave In the Installation of storage tanks J Some U.S. strategists say that Mao, despite his loud talk, ,

actually decided to purchase a planefor for chemicals at the airport, loading facilities ever since Korea United Slat wrong reluctance to face a
the
showdown with
aerial fogging against mosquito etc.

The head and subhead were written bya It is hoped that district commissioners '

deskman In Miami, and the local writer will also make public the cost of stepped Hlw! | ;

undoubtedly was not consulted about renting a plane for the few hours of fogging when

their accuracy. It Is not customary to do that the district budget can afford ,. Quemoy and Matsu when U.S, warships moved up to back.

so. each t f 1 fr? stop the supplying of the Nationalist Chinese garrisons
year.
u MaD today Is not to
prepared
that fight
It will please residents of the recently We feel certain that members of the another Experts Korea-type now agree war lies short of vehicles Ills planes

expanded Naples Mosquito Control District mosquito district commission will make are old and deteriorating; they're being cannibalized at an

to know that commissioners HAVE public all/ such Information before ? Ills petroleum supplies are limited.
any MaSsCh"a
has been hit hard by the cut-off of Russian
NOT yet determined If It is necessary or action is taken either to purchase a military equipment and spare parts and by the withdrawalof

economical to purchase a plane. Theyare plane or contract for the rental of one. Russian aid in building Red China's military factories

at this time gathering information Members of the commission are reliable Mao's reluctant decision to slight industry in favor of agriculture -
i the failure of his Great Leap Forward has laid
after
about costs of ((1)I) renting a plane from and prudent men who can be countedon another burden on Red China's ability to produce modern

some surrounding county that already to make the best and most economicaldeal ..,ir i. arms.

has one, or ((2)) purchasing a plane for possible.
4 rA OUR EXPERTS BELIEVE that Mao not only couldn't fight
the district from its own funds. Incidentally, both City Council and r another Korea but that he couldn't even fight a considerably

Since the mosquito district's annual the County Commission have found It advantageous smaller conflict for any length of time. As of now, for exam-

budget must be submitted for state approval to publish In advance the 'RR/ __ ;; pie, U.S. strategists reason, he would find it extremely difficult .
to resume the war with India and push down the moun
the latter part of this month beforeit agendas of their meetings. We wonderif "mainland" and sustain action for
:: :Q..." w ... .... ..____..__ tains to India's any impor-
be "
can submitted to the County Commission It would not also prove advantageousfor :. ::":;' I tant period of time against appreciable Indian resistance.
for Inclusion on tax rolls next Naples Mosquito Control District : w ... : /i .i Mao's navy Is regarded as ridiculously small. lie has a few
destroyers and submarines, a considerable number of small
year, mosquito district commissionerswill agendas to be published in advance of
patrol boats. Strategists believe he hasn't the capability of
have to make haste if they are to meetings in order to give the taxpayers The Best of BoyleBY major action on Formosa against sea resistance He could

accumulate sufficient information who probably take the offshore islands of Quemoy and Matsu If
on are picking up the tab an .
opportunity HAL
BOYLENEW
he were willing to a heavy price.So .
?b T E'Laois pay
which to base a knowledgeable decision. to know what is beina- done with t the estimate is that Mao is not likely to commit his

It is to be hoped that a hasty, and possibly their money. YORK (AP) Nobody action Even If It be but an hour army, air force or navy in Southeast Asia unless Red China

unwise, decision will not result This Is not Intended as criticism of remember war altogether as It all Is different. What actually itself is invaded.
from the short time available for district happened. No one can tell the happened there? One knows apart -
studyon commissioners.
They In
are, our truth of a battlefield of It, another knows mother BELIEF EXISTS AMONG THE EXPERTS, however, that
the matter opinion, doing a good job for which They forget Itt actuality as part of It, and neither knowsI MIRACLE CITY ]Mao has the capacity and the will to Increase sharply his

We lay no claim to being an experton they get very little credit. they grow older, and change tt all. Editor, Collier County News j support of Pathet Lao and Viet Cong guerrilla fighters in
to suit their age Once the bodies Orchids and an accolade of'South Viet Nam if the local Reds call for help.
either aircraft, aerial fogging, airplane We simply point out that it does not are picked up,, Mao's reluctance to face showdownr
'Nobody can find out the true the blood Is dried, the position: thanks are yours In Naples, not Despite apparent a
maintenance costs Insurance rates, etc. seem possible that buying a plane for story of combat, not even five Is changed, the vehicles are regrouped f alone for the fine coverage your the United States, these experts believe Mao can't afford

However, it does not seem reasonablethat $25,000, possibly more, that will be used minutes after an event occur. the possible truth Is newspaper has given the Shrl n,. I to let a Red ally down.
A battlefield Is a great mys. forever gone. ers, but for the splendid treat. '
; the district will find It more economical only a few hours each year would be as tery while it Is being fought. Noon Give a battlefield a few days, ment the people of Naples, Inclu.

to purchase a plane (with the attending economical as renting one and lettingthe has the full story then or or months, or years, and what ding the merchants, gave us dur.n BARBSBYHALCOCHRAN QUICK QUIZ
of later. really happened there Is : lag the parade and afterward,
cost maintenance) for not more owners pick the tab
maintenance
up on There Is an Involvement with more Impossible to find out. In shops, In hotels, restaurants Q-What is a fiscal year?
than
six aerial fogglngs a year, than to Insurance, loading facilities, pilot's the enemy. The chaos of clash The soldier returns and looks, and all over the town. A-The 12-month period be.
-rent one as needed from another county fees, etc. Is Immediate! It can never be across a field where the grass; Certainly the Naples Shrine You can't expect some tween one annual time of set
that has accurately reassembled by re. and trees have renewed their? Club and Its officers, committee bosses' to raise you, even in a tling accounts and another
an airplane and uses it only a However if cold hard
statistics prove call Too much happens all at i greenery and forgotten their.cars chairmen and members, deserve 'poker game.
few hours each year. that we are wrong In this assumption once. ; where the stinking bodiesof a full round of applause, and we. Q-What is a cenobite
The district commissioners have bud we will be the first to admit it. That is why I feel a bit sorry cows Inflated by death have members of Egypt Temple. are There is most any place A-A person who lives in
giving it herewith. where people would ratherbe a religious and
for those who went back to Nor. been removed, where a farmer: community
mandy last week for the 20th walks In duty where a foe once From the time we arrived than where they are. who devotes himself to a life
... anniversary of one of mankind's held a direness. 'til we left, we were enchantedwith of prayer and contemplation
.
.(' more memorable military. ad. The soldier says: "Yes, It was the views w* witnessed. Leap Year has moved along
.
'others" ventures oj> there that I, we or no I it: Surely Naples Is a miracle city, i nicely and by this time no girl Q-ltow has England hon
; ; Going ,back to a place you 'over there that? .Lyway.; Ml: moving with such dexterity from : ored the memory of the late
knew In war t* a Journey even never forget-Don't you remember an'acorn but a few short years '..... President John F, Kennedy]
more lonesome In peace than It that the both of us-I think- ago planted In that fertile soil, A-An acre of Britain's
was when the Ignition of danger you were with me when-tt all until now it has grown Into a historic meadow at Runny-
and the purpose of a mutual en. comas back so clear that-" mighty oak with limbs spread. mede, where in 1215 King
deavor threw a glare upon the But his honest reach for the log in every direction. John sealed the Magna Charta -
commonplace. You can never quit find what you look for. 1 It all looks so different High Schools rave us exactly ,carrier. a memorial.
I found this to be true whenI Landscapes forget the people what we sought In putting on ...,
the Wt! ", .:wJi w.wNN.NAwYMAW+'''_'_
went back to France five years who fight across them. People degrees To the officials : v. __"" 'W._. -,"' ..." ( .T"':':"':' -'ayeN
after U was Invaded by the Al. who try to remember the landscapes and the Board of Public Instruct. _
lies. I found It even more true I they fought across can Ion go our appreciation for the -
when I went back 10 years after i iK never come back afterward anbe d loan.
was my wish to return I quite sure that this Is the, What will Naples be In-another [ mma
again last week two decades after those strident days of thunder i felt they learned more about I but rapid growth. So at the end
and nights ot flare when the 1 life and death than they ever of that period we hope to be around
PUBLICATION breaking/ of the St. Lo position <:could afterward. In order to come back and person. Remarks

wheeled the Ames_on toward__ ..__ vi..__._. ,. .__ ally check.
--, "" "'- -----
: ' ft Again, our
tory.But I knew It would be a visit ,> '*,'-tJ:;;' ,;;: IJsuch' a grand reception appreciation for the for Jrrfm11l !'f : :'7-;;;;'

Into the lost, a stroll Into legend. All.State Shrine Ceremonial. A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSWe
The moment situation In war
changes, It is forever Successful Plastic Robert B. Collins +
gone The hope GI
First successful plastic sub every who served
Egypt Ambassador
fact of war defeats the recognl.tlonoflt. Uncle
stance was discovered a I Sarasota, Fla. Sugar overseas will read Hal
: century ago, when a Boyle's
manu column
In combat on this
more than any. facturer of billiard balls of\ PA I am sure I speak for the page.
where home else In life, you can never fend a $10,000 reward to 'Potentate of Egypt Temple,nius. It has long been our ambition
I'
go again There
are too anyone who would producean 'trlous Sir, Stuart Lang with the to revisit North Africa
many variances of viewpoints I above praise. and Italy
adequate substitute
for
for them ever to be and see what has
fully reconciled natural ivory, according to the, (EDITOR'S NOTE Thank you happened to those
Encyclopaedia Britannica. Ambassador Collins All Neapoll. mudholes we remember so vividly.
Two return
to
the
scene of tans are: we feel certain,cleased
I that you and other Nobles; found Boyle says going back isn't

ALDER .. AIMS I our city hospitable and pleasant. as happifying as one would think ,

'I \\1 I ARr.OLAR.KI'IOT weather.despite the) outbreak Inclement and perhaps he is 100% right. At

"I'm not anywhere with lavender tissues!" MIGRATE ACRC the moment we sure as heck can't

........,-, ACROSS ADS 'i t T. I IT L MENTAL HEALTH argue with him about it.
2) Rim
InEcuador .. VI E A 0 R TAL
1, indian corn Editor, Collier County News However if
0 0 R 5 A L. E. t R V The Collier we ever get back
6. Fruit 26. Utmost County Mental
Stand of Churches The PicturephoneThe 10. Opener In a hyperbole L 0 V t R teE. S 5 Health Association wishes to extend over there ( and that's a BIG if )

card game 28 Specie? A CO E. N 0 A. 0 F. .. warm thanks and appreciation we have every confidence that at
the aboutto
Religion teaches that all men are Bell Telephone System is
1Stalrh'\ 32 Pertinent P t R 0 R A\.. I T 0 for the excellent coverage least SOME of the
children of God, and Christians In their open up its Picturephone device, operating 13. Protons 36. and publicity given us during Mental spots we recall
Cleansing P ARE AND
I RON so
churches sing that "In Chritt there it no to start with between or among, U. Harangue agent Health Week earlier this vividly and well would be exactly -
Washington, New York and Chicago. E-r A L. 'T E E N A Go t
East West In Him South North 15. Heir of month. the
or no or 37 Span same.
You will need a special booth and tit 'T END. T lit 0 N A. .
So It I* fitting that leaden of organ 16. Second- tears The paper's assistance and cooperation
to $27 a minute, depending on distance, For instance
bed religion in the United States come to send a picture over the wire The hand 38. Auto shut SOLUTION OF YISHROAY'S PUZZLI in these matters are how can a big
out strongly for racial integration, as lunatic the lover, the poet are the 18. hal. 40. Our 48. Pays a S. Fresh.uter very vice.commendable for public ser mountain, around which the Krauts

they have don. And It is hearteningthat only people who want to pay that kind 19.pronoun Mother or H.Pe"ce country poker bet fllh somehow managed to curve a shell
they have made this not of money, so for the time being we 4. Wild ox of that made a bullseye
merely a arc safe.But horns goddess 1 0N Carl Clemmer, Pres. of one of our
Sunday platitude They have put their It's the beginning of the end. Before \I'oldance 43. Mangle! I. Citron India Mental Health Assn. gun positions be changed to
belief Into political action. we are much older the device will by cunning U. Not net yellow! Obliterate great extent? any
Certainly
[Recently] leader of the Roman be standard equipment and then the 23. Class di,. 46. Coterie Venus be- 6. Yield has Cassino
7. Portic ._ ..___ chnnffftrt. but Itu. -,,i j _
Catholic Church, of the Presbyterian, fat will be In the fire. They ..yyou can tincllon 47. Eng river loved .c." ,' ---... 1"A-
Lutheran end other Protestant Churches, turn the picture part off and so you contraction '",,,,,, w: 'f' < ..J citing to see what that mountain
and of the Jewirh'faith, celled on the can, but who will remember to except r// I l J f J 0 I 7 s f / .: 8. Trumpeter looks like with houses
American Senate to past the civil rights orderly people who dreued r<< V.'j' 9. Fixed rfIQ and stores
are at any
bill and to do it straightway, without hour from < A.M. to midnight, when 1/ ,l lauonl0. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS on the aide of it.
I watering it down. The bill would dictate homes are always tidy whose spouses ; Fundamental MICHAEL CHANCE. Edit..Publlin.r Nobody
end protect by law, the right of do not make faces at the spouse who is .J // /If THOMAS HAVER. Auocl.t Editor can tell us it would
Negroes, and all other citizens to full phoning and who never tell even the // 12. Spare MARSHALL WYATT, Adv. Manaatr not be exciting, and certainly
civic and IS K 17 Yale ALBERT OPOLKA. Mach. Supt. a
liberty equality, smallest whit lie? 17 i step toward easing our
( They have rightly Identified the situ Out of the window go all the excuses, IT 20. Stalk 1 MRS.DAVID LOUISE HCRMANSON.DAUB.des Director to see Anzio curiosity
atlon as a moral crisis that demands of all the tergiversations, all the polite Actions. U tI11. / II 22. Liters Office Mgr to find againparticularly
the faithful not only payers but also "Sure I'm ready to go. No, lJ 24. Snapping Publi h.d dully, unripe Monday out if the Italians have
political action. The National Council of we hadn't sat down to supper yet. if s 0 0 beetles mad S Iurd.y, :In tht .rttrnoon by dug out a couple of rooms
f Churches, the National Catholic Welfare We were Just doing our homework. .., 1. 27 Black tea Iiw..Collitr 741 Tw.lhh County l Av.nu r\ibliihln, South, Co.N.,- of tankmen installed a group I
Conference, and the Synagogue Councilof John would love to com too. It's / / ZT / 10 l' JI JI 2.u to.. If''... 1345. Mall .dd,... P. 0. in underground
America, recently In Washington been nice chatting with you. You Jl JJ Jf Satre sud. 1717.T.lipnon.. a small forest a few miles out
began a crusade for racial justice that Is didn't disturb us one bit" And out go JS 0 h J' denly dp.'(1niwiU. Midway 2-2107 for all of town. The rooms had walla
( expected to snowball through religious all the ideals when a swain sees what Jl Ja 30. Artists' o o oSubtcriptlon ceiling furniture 4a
groups across the country, Into the Cap his date looks like two hours before .7f : I'" stands ".t.. lectptbf Jli'' ht
Ito!. The theme: Congress must act.Ii date time. And the proprieties; sooner ., 4l f' off,. 31. Save .clYII.U By carrl.r or mall' payable In bulbs overhead everytj',vaa" '
is sometime argued that the church or later one i* bound to answer the I S2. Procure On. 1r..? tit Six Months $7,SO, normal except the roon '
should stay apart from politics. That is phone dripping and with a towel insecurely fS 4. S3. Heron Thr. Months M.J. few feet ;i a"
( a supine attitude. A church that mufflesits hung about on*. Th only-faint I H. Female ruff Member of, The ..._I.tM PYou, underground t'
voice on great moral and social issues -comfort Is that thei t will be a readymade .,rIf' 40 S,. Heather VM which for W rpublic.tion ntltl4 .iclutivdy of oil M kcal tile As we said bet Oalilgt
and is afraid to press Its pleas In marketplaces answer for that old question, // I // genus ..... Hams ",,,,.* In this paper .*
and legislative halls discredits Its "Did I get you out of bed?" Th Sun AI e.'e. 39 Ireland well aa all..AP sew. diaootchva.Ent.r arguewithBoylets t,
f eretd.-Toronto Deny Star Baltimore) 42.: Bora th. Pat'd ON aMend. at NaolM.cl... manse FlarMa at *t SiouldlS.till' be 'fite

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Naples Bridge f v **:* ,1 Votes ReturnTo 124 Students Make


m Baroni'sMembers I
By FRANK OTTE ti
sae !
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HOW TO TAKEOUT des. Charlotte plays low it' a dose balloted vote at toremimemeet.Monday night's

North-South vulnerable. East to Dummy's 9 spot. West showsout meeting 11s:,, at Baronl's Restaurant The NaplesSenior high honor Bonnie Benjamin, John Deri-

is dealer: and East's King falls asa here the Club has met since 1957. list foi The sixth reporting atilt, Robert Blanchl, Allison

taker Now comes the crucial The Invitation to return to the period Is comprised of 1J4:! Bowes, Paul Callan, Richard

NORTH S lrgnnbS0A' play. East ponders; North ai :tub's long Urns meeting place students ren of these stu- Cash, Gall Chtckerlng, Richard
shows out In Hea rtS,has strong vas proffered l by Bob Baronl dents earned first honors. demons, Susan Cory, Tim
0 101 Diamonds and the Spade situation "u 'ict\ of the restaurant. The clubat FIRST IIONOItoi: seniors, Davis, Joe DeLand Carol
has been clarified. So a recent meeting under other
Dennis
WEST EAST Christine Campeau. Downs, Fields Jill
I.-.none. ft-A Ica 4 East leads smallClub. Char management: had been asked to Anna Fussell
IIONOtoi Seniors -Dob Fries Randy
N-KQJra4 M-10 lit lotte low and West's seek a new meeting place!
gH''I' plays King The meeting Monday, June II, \rick, Dob Dender, Stanley Harris, Janice Hays, Valerie
takes. West Is In '
now a toug'
Gall Brack Barbara MacDonald, Jeff Mace, Cat
SOUTH Charlotte II 11be\ at Baronl's Restaurant Boynton, ,
'-Jlla' spot, any lead appears futile. Jumea R, Adams, county at. Collins, Diane Connolly, Barbara Madden, Linda Parsons,Laurie
H-A S What would you lead The only t, urne\ was guest speaker at Easterly, Sandra Eck- Price, Diane Ranney, Nina

CC--A1 641 hope appears to be another Club the last meeting speaking on a hoff Diane Faulkner, Allcen Reeder,John Roan,John Salle,

which means that East's Queen r topic, "Duties" of the County Attorney Goldle, Polly Hathaway, Carolyn Penny Salmon, Wendy Snow,

Board No. 2, shown above, falls to South's Club-Ace. The s Herman, William llolsoin Terry Stacey, Eric Steele.
was played at one of our last rest Is routine N-S surren- "My job Is to tell the County back, Karen Klrsebom, Bruce Edward Stoner Linda Stowell.
do not
Commission what It can ,
Forum sessions. It Illustrates ders a Spade trump to East'sAce what it should do," laid Adams. Lama nine. Nancy Monland Susan Wood, Jill Worklnnr.
an exceptional use of the and the show Is over hx I represent the Board of CountyConmisaloners Ann Nichols, Jo Ann Patton,
take-out double exceptional N-S takes 3 Spades, 1 Heart, and no Individuals Diana Rivers, Ronnie Rosen-

because as far as book- S Diamonds and 1 Club; makes f ," Jahl, Margaret Roth. Kathy Larry IngramTo

lore Is concerned, this take- game scoring 62D> for a secondIn ... -- One of the primary objects Ryan, Patricia Scholtz, Katie
out Is a bit unorthodox. Consider match points. But why only of the county attorney Adams Scott, Nancy: Slavln, Paula
the bidding and you'll second The Porter's play- Oil NO, :NOT :MOKE':. Hope springs eternal and so, apparent! \ do mop-topped British"' explained was to keep the Coun. Van Wyk, Liz Van Wyk, Ann Receive
see why-and then how It gain- Ing N-S also went to FOUR joungsters who profess to sing for a living This quintet, called the Rolling Stones, ty Commission out of the courts. Wardell, Linda Williams. Ellen
ed good score In match SPADES, were doubled and out-Beatles the Beatles in at least one category- -its tangled collection of coiffures The "But there are times when this Whltsltt, Connie Worklnger. Law DegreeLafayette
for North points made It for the FIRST. ""Stones," now touring the United States are ileft to right) Bill \\')>'man, Charlie Watts is not possible then it Is my Job FIRST HONORS, Juniors
Virginia Long at
play- I \-S with Carter the leader) Brian Jones and Keith Richard to represent the board In the
ing with pa rtnerCharlotte Jones was playing Mick Jagger ( courts" Susan Hallard, Ann Rogers. Newton "Larry"

at South. lIarrall. Ouropponentswentto He used as examples of court lI llOrs, Juniors-Pat Allen, Ingrain III, son of Mr. and
POUR HEARTS Carterdou- SHADES OF KEYSTONE COPS Club cases, the suit against the county Johnny Bass, Winnie Below, Mrs. L.N. "Casey" Ingram
THE BIDDING bled and we set them one trickto WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Three Naples Cruise claiming Irregularities In the Beth Muder, Diane Bowers, of Naples, will be among the
make third in match points. detectives were returning a November election and condemnation Sylvia Boynton Billy Bryan, 46 students receiving Bachelor
Edsale S.Jon.e w N Half of the remaining E- prisoner to Wichita from Kanna suits in acquiring right. Cherry Chlckerlng, Steve of Law degrees at Stetson Uni-
Pus Pees IH :tT.k W Teams stopped at THREE City when their car broke down. of.waj. Clark Linda! Cochrun Sharon of
( out versity College Law commencement
!
SN $$5 'N as I HEARTS and made It; the others The officers aid several Holds Monthly Dinner A letter of thanks from Gall Cowles, Kathy Davis, Betty exercises at 9:30
Pale (All pax) tried for a Ileart- motorists were startled to seethe Brack, the winner of the Klwanls
gante Decker, Marsha Engel!, Nancy ajn.. on Thursday, June 11,
were set one trick but in no policemen pushing the car essay contest!, was read. A
labor, Katherliie Guinan, Stephanie on the St.
Petersburg
Consider
Virginia campus
Long'stakeoat while the manacled prisoner satIn scholarship to Edison Junior College
this Informative dou- case was this Ileart-game doubled Hall, Linda liaison, Stetson President J. Ollle Ed-
the driver's ant steering, was awarded to the winner.
ble Is usually reserved for Meet At Beach ClubThe Stanley Boynton and Richard Peggy llood.Caddle I Humphries, munds has announced.

hands stronger than a weak Woodruff of t the Mgn school Key Wayne Jenkins Lynn Johnson, Judge A.O. Kanner, a Stet-
13 count In a Diamond (Minor) Naples Cruise Club Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlton Club were guests of the club. Richard Johnson, Bob Koch, son graduate In 1915: will be

suit. As a general Book rule. held Its monthly dinner meeting and Mr. and Mrs. Gwllyn Boynton recently completed a Missy Luk jl an. Pat Martin, the commencement speaker.
North might more soundly have Danford Rezoning In the main dining room Prideaux were among club term as lieutenant\ governor of Dwight ) >Jackie Nipper,. Judge Kanner l retired from the

made an overcall of TWO DIAMONDS of the Beach Club Hotel Tues- members who made the recent Key Clubs In District, 11. Wood Alexa Olson, Dark-no Page, Second District Court of Appeals -
from to Jen- ruff is the 1904 G3 president electof Nadine Parker Susan Prince, Lakeland earlier this
: However In talking day evening with 63 members trip Naples ,
this over with Virginia she ReferredTo and guests In attendance. sen Beach via Lake Okeecho- Dirk the local Chamberlain Key Club.was chosen Mike Ri-pass, Join Richardson year.

said that she was gambling on Request The meeting was devoted bee. Carlson spoke on the pro lucky member at the meeting.SHE'S Walter Ritchie, Vivian Rose, Following his graduation on
the posslhllltyof Charlotte having generally to future cruise plans posed cruise sponsored by the Cathy Schryver, Judl Smollan, Thursday, Ingram will leave
Lake Okeechobee Waterway Wanda Snell Laurenc. Stand- for Tallahassee where he will
a string of Spades. It' and hearing from members who NO BETSY ROSS
turned out to be an excellent" Board Of AppealsAt recently returned from trips. Association and recommendedthe I IVFRMORE, ky. (AP) rlge. BlllStoiir, Carol Thomas, serve as an administrative assistant -
gamble. However getting backto Mr. and Mrs. Troy Stewart Naples Cruise Club take Mill Sandra Sowell a teacher Gall Wliirhcll, Richard Woodruff In the office of Secre-

the Book rules. A take-out told of their visit to the Bahamas the trip next fall. here hn discovered that sewing Joanne Woodward. tary of State Tom Adams
assures partner of ((1)) an excellent yesterday's Zoning and would not serve any purpose to and Andros Island anda "The scenery was beautiful, can be rather txuiperanng for FIRST HONORS Sophomores
Dummy. This usually Planning Board meeting, a request rezone the lots from C to E, It number of other remote Isles waters were calm and the food ,ante of her high school student. --Susan Bailey, Tom tier- Ancient BeliefIn
for rezonlng 20 small residential was pointed out. Two of the five and accommodations superb" nard. IlarryCainachoAlfred
means that the take-out double where white Inhabitants were One youngster was dejectedly many primitive societies
lots on the eastern shore property owners have only two Carlson said. He had special llackiry, Uirli llultzcn, Kathy the considered
bidder has a set up of 4-4- ripping nut a team when she sun was a god
4-1} the ONE Is In opening of Zoning the Bay Board was of Appeals.referred to the lots of the apiece.four lots Mrs nearest Olsen Bay owner Front few.The Stewarts said they hada praise for Frances Langford'sPolynesian threw up her hands and told MrsaSowell Repays, Yvonne Whltaker. and it was believed that if a

bidder's sulrthe: take-outcount Mrs Alva M. Olsen asked the (Bay Point) Park at the west end few days of extremely rough quarters at Jensen : "Ploy if I waa Betty Honors Sophomores prospective bride gazed on
Is at least 14 or 15 with a board to rezone the property of Danford Street, said she was weather crossing the Gulf Beach Ro.., they Mill would he waiting Caixlyrc Anderson, Carlie the sun she would be certainto
willingness for partner to play from C-resldentlal to E.residential Interested In improving her now. Stream with waves of 10 and A motion picture of the famous for that flag." Banks, Pam [It'll. Ron [Bender have children.

the hand at anyone of the 4-4- classification. She said the vacant land. 12 feet. However, they recommended Gooney birds of Midway
4 suits which partner might lots are not able to be Improved the trip to cruise Island were shown by Harry

bid.... has to bid even if hall j because of present toning reg "SPOT" DEAL members with large boats Wooten, chairman of the entertainment l2 O o o O o 0 o Or
ulations. But board members said City Manager Vince Wood noted committee by
has a zero holding. ((2)) In and said smaller craft should
rezonlng would not help the sit. that the Dandord Street subdivision of the Out-
lieu of a good dummy set up, uatlon. is surrounded by un.subdlvld. remain In the Naples area. special permission
the take-out doubler has a powerful made the trip on board Marine Corporation
The Stewarts
The lots In question lie along ed land, "mostly mangroves, Commodore Bill Drumheller
escape suit. This should the north side of Danford Street. so any action by the board would Roy Ingram's 65-foot "Mar
be long In potential trumps anda Of a total of 52 lots, the eastern of necessity be a "spot altua.Jiau. lIn" and said at times waves spoke on the proposed cruise'to .
count of 16 to 18. In my SI are outside thtJeast.cttv Urn. ." were going dorrlpletely over the either Nassau or Jamaica and NOTICETO "MIA N
opinion North's hand Is neither Its, and''the "retonlng requestwas "I'm against going away out In Vessel. .. said a committee It looking. Into ,,
has merely a Diamond not concerned with them. the country and dividing land In. "all particulars concerning
ercall with no values In any Each of the 20 lots within the to little tiny lots," member Wll. both." o
of the other three suits. city limits Is 40 by 83 feet, far Ham Zimmerman remarked. "It Tampa Grand Jury Drumheller said the new
When all four hands are under the minimum lot size will set the tone of fie: whole Probes Hospital building on the club's picnic
spread a Spade-game doesn't requirement In the City's low. area." Then successfully move grounds near Little Marco
est Elngle-famlly classification ed that the matter to referred to ConditionsTAMPA Is and O
look too promising. Nonethe- Staff Pass showing progress
which is E. Two of the the Zoning Board of Appeals.The has
work
less It must be conceded that AP -Staff troublesat announced brigade ALL .4r
lots side.by.slde still fall short board voted to refund the $15 ( )
Charlotte's call (at South) of of the 7,500 square toot re filing\ fee to Mrs. Olsen. Tampa General Hospital were been planned for Thursday at 0
TWO SPADES, even after sucha quirement. Zimmerman suggested that the under investigation by a special 9 a.m. He urged all membersto
strong East response of TWO In those circumstances it present dilemma might be solved session of the grand jury todayIn help on the project.mmmm11. 0
HEARTS Is quite justified; she 'by re-platting the property so the wake of the resignation

has a long Spade suit and a count Protests that all lots would be large enoughto of the hospital administrator
Envoy build on. The original plat was Manuel Rubio Jr.
of eleven this Is entirely satisfactory -
; approved about 15 years ago Rubio said he was unable to
for a two zone call... Over Way Poles
when there were no local zoning work with David Bahnew Jr., By CYNTHIA LOWHY
expcclally since she had the Treated AttacheWARSAW ordinances. "I don't know why director of the welfare board. AP Television-Radio Writer Property Ownersin
right to expect that Vlrglnla'stakeout City Council back then approvedthe Some 130 nurses threatened to NEW YORK (AP-Just about 0
was calling for the. Poland (AP)-U.S. plat but It did," Wood said. walk off their Jobs In a dispute everybody loves a parade with
unbld Major. Ambassador John M. Cabot has Wood also told the board the with the director and because of Its stirring music bright unl.
Now: let's consider the play protested to Polish authoritiesthat City has had requests from rest. complaints of poor conditions.The form and the sight of Old Glory
West leads the Heart-King plainclothes jiollce\ \ roughedup dents living on Danford east of hospital reduced its patient snapping In the breeze I
which Charlotte takes with her the U.s. Air Forte attaihe' the city limits, for city water capacity from 620 to 520. Tuesday night only a com par. ''0<1,..,
Ilart-Aee. The next Important here last month "It would require a three or The grand Jury was called into atlve handful of television view. (, '"
break the An informed source said the four mile pipeline through East cession by Circuit Court Judge era, those with access to color -
move Is to Spas attache, Col. George Carey of !Naples' to serve them," he said Roger Flynn "in the interest of sets, could fully savor the spine
I Boston Mass., suffered a lie said it was "highly unlikely"the public health welfare happinessand tingling sights In NBC's a/fee
J bruised and scratched arm, his Danford area would be developed confidence."' Its delibera- llonate salute to the flag, a pro.
Joins shirt was torn, and his ameia until drinking water Is tlons were secret.A tram called\ "The Had, White
case was damaged In scuffles provlded."It's almost impossible newly formed group of and Blue."
.' I [on May 23.Western. to sink a well in the area," be. Tampa citizens offered to lease Most of those who saw the
-.1'
Did know that(.r'\ :- mlliUr attaches In cause the land Is low and near the hospital from the welfare program found a arbor, welUln.tentluned Collier County
you nnf Poland are ;constantly shadowed,salt water board. hour full of lofty mnUrntuts -
er Connie! Francis who and imaginative cam.

has told something like f era walk, but all In white, black 0
15 million platters, once b--.5 and gray. It was the color -
flailed on the Ted Mick brilliant reds and blues and
greens that turned the program .
Amateur Hour hat
Into a memorable exper
Cannonball Adderley may fence, 0
sot be the grated lax The program concentrated on
player In the world. but a few patriotic events One was
have checked all
ht la perhaps the only one .aJ. w., an all-out Independence Day 0 I propertyand
who th..s gum while ht { x celebration held annually In

pia,.? : that big! city Faith, N.C. population 493, value
which attracts 30,000vlMtor. made adjustments in
Infer Betty( Johnson ii a wkq4w
Moinor.
Another was a loving
atlrt of Possum Milk Mgr lal Day observant In the bur. 0Q

North Carolina that sal ground of Noank a small where The books are
to compete .ith today'i Connecticut town whose children ) necessary.
crop of rock: '.' roll inp know the names and deed of
bandsman Clyde Mr- Nook men who gave their live
ere, for
in many wars There was a now open your inspection.
Coy I I. rumorrd to M
4 memoir of Ellis Island aa tie.
readying a French poodle! :
camera' eye wandered over the
with a onf-cong repertoire y1, tit deserted crumbling: buildings oc a Please feel free to come in or call o
-The Blue Dinutw-r r copied 0r,1),! b) the ghosts of
Well lake the old in. Ir ,,tt 4q other da>s,

atrumrntal version of "Th s 1J tossed Her out and a there question the program about an 0 !If you wish to check these figures

Blue Danube" or a new arrancmnt > "
America 10 flag.sh that Dar
.
such a bara pritchl would tit put down
lovely I composition should at a ighborhrxxJ eccentric"

not ro to the dogs 10 Tut. r4'e Narrator Walter Brennan point.
Whatever your choir of e" out that Of 1) 20 per cent of 0

music you will find the all Americans even own a flag tf I
But except for suggesting that I
choir of Inntru.
finest
flag.wavlng went out of fashion 0 ,
meats at VAN DER VEER b.cau.t It was done by "some .',
:
MUSIC CENTFR. Mil misty. strange people," Includ. ,, Sam J. Colding

!tic St. The finest orrini tag Communists, American Na.lK .. .. r .
and piano are aUay on and the Ku Klux Klan, the 0 rw vas Tax Assessor
Ao ,,? ,
failed
program to dlagnos the 1 ,
k.... Make VAN HER
cause of the nation's apparent
VEER MUSIC CENTER -- apathy about Us flag : Collier County
jr..r musk supply center DOGGONE UNCOMFORTABLE: i III the paraph*'nali:i being worn MKuemnifl. "CBS Report" tonight/ will btreating .

i?: for all M.iie rrquir 7. the pt dal'h'h nil,* 'It 111 A I. ,of/
J nU Call MI 2-M12 for Naples, but pluck l\uI'l1lnll'l I rlmmi" : ,mpl, ', Oftm seen on Napl'" *! guarantee of a ClU.itil's I,,,....... .
specific Information.Ycm streets during the winter month. Hut-n-- <' '"a..fl l )gums led tu i-x- right to keep and bear "

'II: traction of all his t-cth except a tnnplr tat( I tow IT fmurs and, result."I! histories arms by of examining murder two weapons>> tat 0 .

Dar Veer in a broken jaw, The unusual .tppliiim- i. ,'. caring are ((1)I ) II Bftus the are both still IP "

|>i'.UP for the biok" I 1't'+ <1'J! > A < ..lln d' ,."'! ..n" tan' !IM"| f* the California ( ourtf, the pro. 1jhgftQg& 0 0 o o o'.s

1' Music CraUr he might h.tve Mi( I J' I'iilf l hint l III I .,"' I '. 'i'! \ "t "Il' .' ram will i"'A be seen either IP &
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Roundup lrr TourneyJohn

By THE ASSOCIATED PBU8
Richardson won the boyi'
By MIKE RATHET Cincinnati edged the Los .
ii .
Associated Press Sports Writer lea Dodger 2-1. Houston defeat. I8and-under championship Tues.day
Ray Sadeckl certainly has .d Milwaukee 6-3 and 4.1 while i afternoon In Jaycees Tennis

matured quickly. the New York Mete edged the Tournament competition on the

Two years ago he was being Chicago Cubs 6-5 in 12 innings Cambler Park court . . . . . . . . .
of Tom
called a .year-old(( boy. NowSadecki' before losing 52. Richardson disposed
Bernard 64. 8-0, In the final
3-41'1d the hottest
staff match. The one game that Ber. I 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, June 19, 1964
pitcher on the St. Louli By HAL BOCK
Sadeckl gave still another indication Associated Press Sports Writer nard won In the first set was

of his transition Tues. Don't feel sorry for J.C. Mar ,c 9vdr1 the only one Richardson lost In

day night, with a six.hlt, 1.0 tin Let Ray Katt, Gus Trlan- the tournament. He bested Rich*
.e ard Lambert, 6.0, 6.0, In the Pitching Highlights
Marlchal la
victory over Juan and dos, Joe Ginsberg and Charley l
the National League leading Lau hand out the sympathy. tM semifinals. II
+ Bernard made the finals by
San Francisco Giants. They're the ones who know what
It was the first shutout of the it's like to try and catch the 9 beating Bill Donovan, 4.8. 7.5.

season and the sixth straight butterflies Hoyt Wilhelm throws ., n ,.w4 6-1 64, and followed overPaul up with Felsch.a 804. Naples Softball Play

victory as a starter for the Martin had one of those night triumph .
onetime bad boy of the Cardinal raartsh evenings that all of WU.helm' Felsch defeated Steve Opolka
staff 6.0. 6.1, and Lambert outlast. Good pitching featured lastnight's games this season by beating
catchers
now
experience ed Randy Harris, 804. ...e. 7.5. Softball doubleheader Tropics. The winners obtained -
Two years and four days be. and then as the White Sox
In first-round action.In In which Stahlman Property two runs In the first Inning -
fore
he had stepped to the whipped the second.place Balti.
mound against Cincinnati and more Orioles 9-5 Tuesday and three other classes of com. Maintenance and Stone Builders on two walks Buck Flow

faced Just five batters. When he extended their American League petition In the Jaycees tournament chalked up victories. ers' single, and two bases-
off mound he had final matches were set for loaded walks to Lester Llles
trudged the lead to l'/a games Stahlman got a nifty two-
been tagged for five runs on Juan Pizarro was breezing to today. In boY.18-under.Lambert hit hurling job from Russ Stahl- and Henry Caballero

two and two his seventh ___ ... ,.. and Opolka were scheduled to added anotherrun
homers a single victory with a 6.1 -- IT _;- man, who shut out Publlx Mar- The Builders
of his own errors. lead through seven Innings and NAPLES BATTERS swung and missed many times in Monday's American square< dominated off.The by girls'Marie competitionwas Bernard ket, 5-0. League-leading Stone In the second on hits by

St. Louis Manager Johnny Martin was taking It easy while Legion baseball game against Fort Myers. Gene Moss takes a and Jo Anne Russell. defeated Tropics Drive 1M, Harry Bickford and Flowers,

Sadeckl Keane, flushed for with "like anger cited 10. Camllo Carreon handled the big hefty cut here, but fails to connect. Fort Myers pitcher recorded 12 Miss Russell and Miss Ber. 5-2, behind Art SchuUhels' plus a walk and a wild pitch
a
year.old boy"acting and said his per. mitt.Three Oriole hits in the eighth strikeouts in team's 13.1 victory. Catcher is Bill Linne, umpire Bill nard made the finals In girls'18under six-hitter Each game required by losing pitcher F red Schmuc-

formance was "the worst exhibition brought Al Lopes out of the Sox Marshall. Naples team played host to Sarasota this afternoon. and In girls' 16under. 68 minutes to play andit ker. Bickford tripled Flowers
of I've Sixteen boys and 14 girls enter. was the fastest doubleheader singled and Schultheis sing-
effort ever seen on dugout on the run and he called (NEWS photo)
a major league diamond. for Wilhelm. When the veteran ., ed the tournament which was In of the season. led and scored on an error In

Last year Sadeckl returnedand reliever got the high sign, It its third day today. The out. Tropics meets Publlx at the fourth for two more runs.

was 1010. Then tie got off meant Martin had to go to work I standing player In the tournament 'T:30 Thursday at Gamble Parkin Behind by a 5-0 count, Tro-
to a quick 0.3 start this season. too and that's when the trouble League. Sammy Snead Among 94( will be sent to the state the first of twogames. Stone pics broke through in the fifth

But he hasnt lost since as a started. I Jaycee tournament later this and Stahlman tangle In the 9:15 for one run when Schmuckerbeat

starter, his one defeat coming One of Wllhelm's flutterballsgot month. nightcap out a hit, took third on
In a relief role. Hit latest vie. away and Sam Bowens who Leaders The local tournament was a
,
tory snapped a St. third joint effort of the Jaycees and Publlx didn't get any hits off an error, and scored on a
four.game was on startad for the Qualifying For U.S. Open wild Schmuck doubledin
Louis losing streak and cut the plate. Martin, who Is used to American League the Recreation Department. Stahlman until two were out In pitch.

Giants league lead to one game this sort of thing, made quick Batting (100 at bats)-Oliva> the fifth inning. Lamar Adams the seventh and scored again
broke the no-hit bid with a when Jackie Kline hit a two-
over Philadelphia. recovery and Bowens pulled up Minnesota, .369; Hinton, Wash. up
The Phillies split ending a short. J.C. fired to third to try Ington, .350. By WILL GRIMSLEY single between short and third. out double Stone picked up

tour-game skid with a 4.3 first and get the runner but the ball lunsltva., Minnesota, 41/j Associated Press Sports Writer Gary Peer singled through the seven hits, three by Flowersand

game victory before Pittsburgh sailed Into left field and the run. Allison Minnesota, 38. Golf lovers everywhere heaveda 0 right side In the seventh for two by Blckford.

rookie Steve Blast stopped them ner scored. Runs batted In-Stuart, Boston big sigh of relief today-Sam Rr the losers' other hit. Mike
4.0 on four hits in the nightcap. Moments later another Wll. and Wagner Cleveland, 46. Snead made it. State Van Hall walked twice for Pub-

In the only other single game helm knuckler fluttered away Hits Oliva, Minnesota 79; Slammin' Sammy, the man d llx, but none of the four base-
and moved Norm Siebern to Hinton, Washington, 75. who has won a hundred tourna. League runners could advance beyond 300 Signed Up
third. He later scored on AI Doubles-Hlnton, Washington, ments but never the Open, will
Bullets PistonsIn Wets' throwing error.In 14; Mathews, Kansas City and be trying for the 24th time when By THE first base.
the ninth J.C. allowed two Ollva, Minnesota 12. 150 of the world's best golferstee ASSOCIATED PREBs Stahlman got a thirdInningrun For Southwest

5 For 3 Trade more pitches to get by, setting Triples Ollva> Minnesota 5; off next week in the blue 11th on Bob Hartnett's singleand
grabbed an
BALTIMORE up the Orioles' final run. In Wets, Chicago; Freehan and ribbon American championship St. Petersburg a dropped fly ball Cap Junior GolfWith
AP A Lakeland
from
monu. 8.7
)
( victory
Inning
case you haven't been counting, McAullffe, Detroit; Green, Kan. at the Congressional Club In Breeden singled In the team's
mental 5-for-3 trade with the for the second straight night
Baltimore Bullets [ that's three passed balls and a sas City; Versalles, Minnesota Washington, D.C. second run In the fourth Inn- entry deadline only a
involvingsuch Tuesday to retain its leadershipin
stars as Bailey Howell and 1: throwing error in two Innings of and Hinton, Washington, 4. Snead was among 94 who the Florida State League Ing. Stahlmanslngledandscor- few days away, more than
catching Wilhelm. Home runs-Klllebrew Mln- qualified In final 36.hole tests I! ed Wheeler's home 300
Terry Dlschlnger has given 1 a ;, The Saints' winning marker on Jim long golfers representing eight
General Manager-Coach Charley In other AL games Tuesday, nesota, 17; Colivlto, Kansas Tuesday at Detroit; Woodmere b zc came on a homerun by right run to right field In the fifth, states have been accepted to
b
r
Wolf of the Detroit Pistonsa Washington swept two games City 14.Stolen. N.Y., Washington; Pittsburgh ya fielder Bill Edwards leading off and Claude Cothron circled the compete In the fifth annual

good start toward keeping a from Kansas City 8.4 and 5.1, bases Aparlclo, Bal. and Fort Worth, completing the In the llth. St. Petersburg bat. bases on two errors to closeout Southwest Florida Junior Golf
Los Angeles stopped Cleveland tlmore, 28 Wets Chicago and field for the
; ,
championship
promise.The tens got five hits and 13 bases on the scoring. Losing pitcher Championship to be held at
5-1, Boston whipped New York Davallllo, Cleveland, 8. June 18-2Q.
promise made at the end 1 proper balls. Five Lakeland pitchers Rex Cape Coral and In Fort
permitted seven
5.% and Detroit walloped Minne1 Pitching (5 decisions)-Ford, Others were less fortunateIn. Polly
of last season was that the faced the
1 Saints.
listens would undergo at leasta sota 16.1.Order. New York, 7-1. .875; Bunker, eluding former winners Cary .Sarasota defeated Tampa 7.2 hits. The Stahlman team played Myers, June 1619.Tournament .
Baltimore and Krallck errorless ball afield and directors Al
Cleve. Mlddlecoff Bolt
"60 per cent turnover" in Tommy and after Fred
per. pitcher Wages over.
sonnel before they started a new 3Mon'thRest land, 6.1, ..837.Strikeouts Lew Worsham and such well came early wildness to win his came up with several good Patterson of the Fort Myers

National Basketball Association Pena, Kansas known touring pros as Dave first time out. Wages was plays. Country Club and Ed Caldwellof

campaign For Ramos City 761; Radatz, Boston, 79. Mari Bob Duden and Wes El. backed up with three hits by Stone stayed unbeaten in 12 the Cape Coral Country Club

Besides Howell greatest scor. Us. shortstop Haley Young and two- anticipate a field of some 400
.r in Piston history, Detroit MEXICO CITY (AP) Sugar National! League Sam, now 52 but still strong by second baseman Bob Kllpat. llnksmen by the June 13th entry -
gave up veterans Don Ohl and Ramos, world featherweight Batting (100 at bats) Wll. and active and a sentimental Chicago Bears' deadline.

Bob Ferry and their No. 2 and 3 champion, was ordered by his Hams, Chicago, .39; Mays, San favorite every time he tees up rick.The Daytona Beach Islanders The 72-hole medal play
doctors Tuesday to rest for Francisco, .359. the allln, the Open made the Coia WilliamsGo
draft choices-6-foot-8 Lea Hunt. handed Miami's Marlins a 3.4 event, sponsored by the Con-
three months because of Runs-Mays, San Francisco at
his grade easily Detroit where
er of Chicago Loyola and ball
defeat
their 34th loss of the
sea. Redskins Inn hotel chain
handling whiz Wally Jones of hard fight with Floyd Robertsonin 44; Williams, Chicago, 38. big George Bayer led a strong son to move into third To gress motor ,
place
Vlllanova. Accra, Ghana a month ago. Runs batted In-Mays, San field of the tournament stars ahead WASHINGTON AP has attracted some of the lead-
of Lakeland. ( )-Trader
Ramos Francisco, 44 Boyer, St. Louis. with of 68-70> 138. George Inggolfers In the South. Roberta
4 Along with Dlschlnger, the won a controversial ; a score Schulett got two of Daytona's :Bill McPeak rebuilding his
It63 NBA rookie of the year anda 1S i .round split decision and re. 42. Snead's qualifying score was four hits. Washington Redskins under a Albers of Tampa will return to

20.8-polnta.per-game man last talned his title, although the Hits-Williams, Chicago 75; 71.73-144, five shots under the The Marlins' Angelo Callasso '"win or else" ultimatum has defend the crown she has won

season, Baltimore dealt off Ghana Boxing Commission an. Clements, Pittsburgh 73. cutoff point for the 39 who made j led with a double and a single. :all but shut up shop after swing for the past three years.

rookies Rod Thorn and Don nounced they had reversed the Doubles-Williams, Chicago the grade at Detroit.It 1 A game between Fort Lauder. 'ing a deal for a much-needed Other top state golfers to
decision and recognized Robert. 16; Clemente, Pittsburgh 15. was at Detroit that Bolt,
Kojls. dale and Orlando was postponeddue pass receiver and a veteran de. compete Include Terry Catletr
The Bullets finished fourth son as champion.Luis Triples Santo, Chicago 6; the 1958 winner, shot a 77 for OPEN FRUSTRATION to rain at Orlando. tensive lineman. and Jeffrey Weathers of Jack-
and the Pistons fifth In the Spots president of the Calllson Philadelphia, 5. the first round, played 17 holesof Snead seems frustrated againas sonville Zmlsdowskl and
league's Western hair but the Mexico City Boxing Commissionsaid Home runs-Mays, San Fran. the second and then left the he contemplates the Open The trade Tuesday brought ; Tony
management of both clubs, con. that the doctors had or. Cisco, 18; Williams, Chicago, 15. course without taking off his Championship. Slamming I wT L. Pct. G.B. I Ist.Petersburr34 end Angelo Cola and defensive Dick Tlror of West Palm Beach

tended Tuesday's deal, the big. dered Ramos to avoid all box. Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. spikes. Duden, the croquet-style Sammy has been in 23 19 .84% I IFt.Lauderdale30 tackle Fred Williams to Wash. and John Elliott Jr. of Fort

gest In NBA history, makes the ing routine until September. He geles 20; Harper Cincinnati putter from Portland Ore., Opens, making the cut in all 20 .600 % I ington from the Chicago Bears Lauderdale.
future look rosy. will be under medical supervision. 12. missed in a playoff of the 149 but one. At 52 he has yet to Daytona Bch. 29 22 .569 4 I In exchange for the Redskins' Each entrant will play 36

Bullet General Manager Paul Pitching ((5 decisions) Far. shooters. win this big one. Lakeland 30 23 .566 4 ]No. 1 draft choice next fall. holes at both the Fort Myers

Hoffman called Ohl, a good out. roll, Houston, 9.1. .900; Marl Mlddlecoff, the golfing dentist Sarasota 26 29 .510 7 also has course and the Cape Coral
He traded
chat, San Francisco, 8.2. .800. who won the Open In 1949 and missed Tampa 24 29 .453 10 away some
side shot who averaged 17.3 last BOXING MEETING SET 1947, out at Pittsburgh. I mighty familiar faces-quarter. course, a 6,726-yard layout.
Strikeouts-Koufax, Los An. 1956, was a casualty at Wood. contend Miami 19 34 .358 15
There are who
season, "probably the finest many 1 back Norman Snead defensive Boys 9-20 and girls 10-20 will
guard in the league" and noted LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) geles 84.Yesterday's. mere, N.Y., where 36 qualifiers that Snead, despite his age can Orlando 15 35 .300 16 end Andy Stynchula, and half be competing In age group categories -
Louisville will be the site of were led by the 230-pound Tuesday's Results ;
that Howell has averaged be. still win the Open and he'll back Dick James. for medalist honors.
tween 17.8 and %3.4 over five the World Boxing Association Welshman Dave Thomas. probably never have a course j Sarasota 7, Tampa 2

year span during which he has general meeting in 1965. It ,enertllydrawi Thomas shot the best 36 holesof more to his liking than Congres. Daytona Beach 4, Miami 2

totaled< 8,182 points for a Piston about 250 delegates the day with 68-67-135, lead slonal, a layout built for the big! Ft Lauderdale at Orlando ppd HOME PRO
career record. from seven or eight countries. ing such well-known players as hitter. St. Petersburg 8, Lake 7 (11 In.
Stars Jay and Lionel Hebert Doug Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick. nine')

Ford Tommy Jacobs and laus are the favorites there. Wednesday's Games r
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Claude Harmon. Mlddlecoff They were exempt from qualify. Daytona Beach at Tampa To Slow Up You

PITCHING Ray Sadeckl missed at 148, as did Ellis, also ing, as was the defending cham. Orlando at LakelandSt.

Cardinals, posted his sixth vie. 148, and Marr, the Masters run. plon, Julius Boros, and 19 oth. Petersburg at Miami
1I' tory as a starter checking Na. ner-up 147. era. Sarasota at Fort Lauderdale Swing from Shoulders
1
tional League-leading San Fran. Other sectional leaders were

Cisco 1.0 on six hits. Bill Garrett, 75.71-146, at Fort
BATTING-Don Demeter Tigers Baseball r By DICK SHOEMAKER
Worth; Tom Strange, 69-70-139 StandingsNational r
RED slammed two homers and at Washington, and Chuck Seal- Pro, Bttchmenl" CC, Cleveland

a single, driving in five runs as ly 69-70>-139 at Pittsburgh. American League tnlttn for AP News features a
League
Detroit put together 12-hlt at.
Worsham who beat
Snead In
a W. 1., Pct. C.B.
tack and overwhelmed Mtnne.sola playoff for the Open crown inRENEW San Fran. 30 19 .612 Chicago 30 14 .682 I think most golf professionals
16.1. Phlla., 28 20 .583 I -' over.teach. That results In what
TAGS Baltimore 31 18 .633 l',4 e
i Cincinnati 21 23 .540 1
II' New York 25 20 .556 5'/i' : I call Paralysis of Analysis..
The Amtri Football League Pittsburgh 28 24 .538 3
Cleveland 26 21 .553 5'/i' ; I believe In "muscle memory r
WJRDRMR'S
will play 20 pre-.on garnet St. Louis 27 25 .519 4
In 15 cities starling Aug. 8 when LICENSE Milwaukee 26 27 .491 5t/ Minnesota 28 24 .536 6 rather than thought memory."

the New York Jets meet Buffaloin DURING( TOUR Chicago 24 25 .490 5tLos '/ Boston 26 25 .510 T/4 You can't think about the swing d ay'
Detroit 21 28 .429
Tampa FU., and Denver visa [ BIRTH '? Angeles 25 27 .481 6 11'/ while you're. swinging.The .
MONTH/i Washington 24 32 .429 12
itt San Diego Houston 25 30 .455 V/t
reads too
Los Angeles 21 33 .389 14 average player
New York 17 36 .321 14V4
sssss. Kansas City 17 34 .333 1814 much about golf and sees too
.
Tuesday's Results Tuesday's Results much rf It on television. He

Philadelphia 4-0, Pittsburgh Washington 8.5. Kansas City misinterpret style for fundamentals. .

New ShipmentMEN'S 3-4 4.1 I teach similarities to e:
New York 6.2, Chicago 5.5,1st Los Angeles 5, Cleveland 1
A game 12 Innings Boston 5, New York 2 the swing, not differences.With .I

Houston 6-1, Milwaukee 5.1 Detroit 16, Minnesota I my members I can tell '.i ecYtw 'S
NYLON MESH Cincinnati 2, Los Angeles I Chicago 9, Baltimore 5 the type of people they are by
St. Louis 1, San Francisco 0 Today's Games
their swing. If they're high
Today's Games Baltimore at Chicago N
LoafersONLY Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N Minnesota at Detroit, N strung snot nervous, they're fast

L r:r1 Chicago at New York, N Kansas City at Washington N swingers. A slow person swings

v Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N Los Angeles at Cleveland 2 slower The only way to slow up roDICK

St. Louis at San Francisco, 2 twl.nlght ti to teach them to swing with
% Only games scheduled New York at Boston, 2 their
r. the shoulders, rather than

J S hands,

E $3.99 Brown Thr average businessman! can't
NAPLESbilAbiI
rJ' f Black FLY lo what the |pros d<.. H<>shouldn'tInto SHOEMAKERKeep

"1 go theory You have to Mick Swing Simple

Natural to the basic fundjmiMiUU: : Much

.1'1 the flip( and the hUnci: You frame of mind It's my Job to

New Year Round Daily Schedule can't leach everybody the same tell them what they're doing
STARTS
way, just like you can't cook wrong.

30% S'tOO/o OFF ALL Naples To Miami llfferent kinds of meal! the name I remember when Ben Hogan

THURSDA LUGGAGE 7.45AM. 11:30 AM. 3.45 PM.: way couldn't break 80( because he was

You harp to keep a swing a hooker. Then! he
Miami To developed the
JUNE Naples ,lmiltfle| 11 theory to keep the club
900; A.M. 2:15 P.M. 5:00 P.M.
who come to me paU..nhl.lot face open. But
PEDRO'S SHOES tilt average fellow
.2 8/G Cennrrtmiu and Rtwrvilioiw students. They come to me
WEEKS to say point !I. the world doesn't know about such terms
RED TAG OF "any times when they're going

SIZZLERS/ NAPLES AIRLINES ,ad and they're In the wrong (Dirk Shoemaker 94, has been

KWIK.CHEK SHOPPING CENTER Naple Airport COIIU.,.. I Miami Airport Lame of mind. Beechmost pro 16 years and

"Open Friday 'Til 9, Saturday Til7 MI 2-34S4 NE 44111 Some spend IS minutes telling during his tour days he played

618 Fifth Avenue So. City Tkket office Naplee Travel Ageccy 14 Carves IE what they're doing wrong In many C.S. Opens and PGA

Hiose kind aren't In the right 'championships).






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i,\>'fdnrndaSET ,. June |10 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9


EGLER'S 1J,

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K By MARION SORENSEN ,' w..:


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LIFE
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.' .. \\title the league. have the -,':. 'i':< aud Jack llatclirr 5tTJ14. -

.. \ WAGON .. \ right to make theIr own rules :: Tom I:gx 'oon posted a

die) must also comply \\'lththe : :JW: Dingle, r-iuok I'arry IW and
.
11[< and \HC rutej. The RIchard Goldtii lill'. I id Btta-

: ; MI 2-2107 league can In no way have a vek had a 1'U\ loner and convened

rule that will conflict with them the dtfi'lcult(1..

There arc specific rule for \RLAT: e CHILD .- The

\ roll offi of tie for first place team of DennU and ray Hat

at the end of the league sea cher totaled a 11:1.: DcnnU
+
4+ ...+ "of1f"r.. son. \inost any sltuai Ion hhtchml had a 461-174 and I lay contributed -
t ,
"
40 wnY- '" p40 wnY- ht come up U covered In a 170. David nnd Charlie

these books and mint he complied Howell' catne up with a I lib.

with at all times. Jack Hatcher tosw l a 197

It would do the league of- and Sally Dum 14C.H1GHI i .

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Dae I. Ml ] 4011 '/'.StGuetl lb ecrsrlacls. 15 00 dn. end 4, Dlackfoot Sac 'N Fox 3. new address when moving. lion vi>ter 111.1)' ck'dilo wildlIFe teaching of a particular ub.
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7-Dogs Cats Pets BUICK specIal Cony V I. AT. I ....'m. lunohed 0' unfur.P156.4 IS One 00 per mile mo from no Golden In' One I3SO COMMERCIAL -- Tops for Others Doles pointed out, the Duwtnl.1) tlnmr) lioulil 1 |NtauRlit Jed which has long liven ac

RAH. PS 945WCHRYSLER nsteesta hOuse...with Call carport Anderson onprl City" Collier Ml County Real El. the night was Fred Dell witha do not notify the Social Security In (Ihc mliixiU nl Art repiecl might well Infringe on
AKC stale Croat Dana S tate 1-381.
mon.old. Op.n Sunday2lttfwtht
Mutt tall at on co. Will 300 3 dr Hdlp.AT. Ml I r SOIl IIl.1f 534-199. Carl Chalonder AdmlnUt ration when tilt!)post lIon l. a valu,,l'l I. right of otlieri-4he
accept any oft r ova liDO orwell PS. PI. 5654. A... bscbetFstura house. completely fur TiltS taniod "nionkpy S Irul" o( right to i'PC'five un education"
consider t.d. 'I 2 '79&.Ut ...,.. nithed I block from beach Call 10 acres on paved slats road.mIle came up with a 532-180. Tom office makes a change In the
north of Golden OataEitatet I 1923 was stageil l I" the TIrlolove'see he
&/. F.Ieon I dr. bucbstseats. Ml 24071, '/" Vi Abbott tossed a lone 208 Harold said.
|& 000. Bill Loach Reel route box or street number.
with a
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R&H. m..I. big' en.gins. hamlet ot Dayton Moor criticized the board
be'OFOiiW.hsusa.
Co.y 'uro".h.d Z
tor. 151 5lll Aye, S, Ml. 2 6111. Daniels 201 Earl Can- times when the addresson
II City" water. East Nsylss.Year '/1.5''Oulek Many fOil 111( bliiloey tcadier John for Its failure to lake a |wilt Ion
12-Help Wanted round 575 00. 'I .J76.. nady 204, Charles Salmon 198 the check Is Illcorrect. thc &' > the renlrul figure.
CADILLAS DeVille 4 dr. hI. 114.11 deal 20 acres. US per 01"|"" S on evolution.leader .
AT. PB PS. PW PSeat A/C. .ere, Collier County Reel Ettele and T. Land 191. Fajoer Roof- Post Office will return It to S('111'1'1| or Z.
Hon. '. hard working man LAKE PARK3bedroum. .
woman Study yaar round RAH., WSWC.dlI.c bath hou. .nlun..h.d. Can. S/7.wttf Ml 23919 Open Sundayt Ing has won 10 out of 12 points. tile Treasury Dcpannwnt for untl-evoliitlon law to force the ngalnst a Phoenix housing icxlo
Da VIII.
work aarvlng the public' I day Cpa fully tact: Lucille, Otts.DEWEY HuLsum has 9 Ad Miller Associates court test.
waok |IO,000 to 115000 par equipped remalluig.\ There U also the and an unsiic"c'ensful City Couii.rll .

past pota,bio. High commit IMPERIAL crown t d,. ht. POLLY 62-Business Property 8. Dens Standard Sta greater possibility that ilwchcrk For Arl/4ina, the trial; may lie rUlle'hl.lte' Mooie ariled his

tion MemorIal paid: vacation Cardan Apply I Ine Naplai : WSW AT. PS. PB PW. RAH REALTYCorner lion 7, Rock Creek Specials/ 5, may he lost or stolon.In IIJltl'd<| In voting Ixiolhs.! Behind i.ause on htilewlde television.Ill .

Vandarbllt Dr., lllth Ava. N.. RAMBLER amtr Wagon AT Trill Frontage |20 a front. Roses Texaco 4, Abbott Inc. 3 either Case. the \\1
_Naplot FlaMINISTRATIVE. RAH, ACRAMBLER M Tamloml of lit A.Trail.. Uo. A foot laland Between Turnoff Naples Collier and Marco Co and Marvlns Lawn Service 2. receive the cluck on Moore, a Suit he in HuiiUM mln.Ister U.S. Atty. Carl A. Muti'ke, a

"'AN OR WOMAN WITH AD. Real Eitalo Ml 23919. Open who oii(0 said, "Either Horn.in Catholic,
Ml 24351Mooring. SMALL FRY-DIG FRY -- him
AND SELL 4 dr. Sdn 4' Std time and this may cause
Sundayi 1/3.wi Cud Is a liar or evolution l Is a
They argued at the Jewish
(NO ABILITY TO HEAD THE Shin OverdrIve A/C, .' Unlurnithed early The team of Danny and Moon hardship If he Is "
CLASSIFIED DEPT. AT THE RAH rental I Pool Patio, 1 bedroom, unnecessary liar. Community Center In Phoenix
NEWS SALARY PLUS COM: DODGE:, Wagon V.S, AT, Heatar IW both, I27S 00 a month. 65-Gen. Real Estate Mulllns totaled a 1185. Dan- dependent on It for all or partof Moore Is "' ", ul.ltlng |N>lltli>nato while a 'lone picket .tn'hed$
MISION AND CAR EXPENSES .
New Paint availabl now, option to
pur.chaaer tossed a 520-185 and Moona
FOR AN .INTERVIEW CALL ny his livelihood. place, on the goncrul pled lIon outalilct, canyiiiR align thatrpaii"tbon't

Ml. 1Z107 MR. WYATT It lone 189. Billy Jensen and Doles advises that all persons ballot .1 i irtiKsoil' | Mate coiihtl.tutlonul let Miiec.ke make
FORD 300 I dr sedan V I. AT. Two block from beach com GET THE KEY TO A HOME
PS. RAH plately furnithed yearly rental I.I I. HOMES not |uit hau.... but Eva llogue reached a 1167. In thUarea receiving soc- ainoiidiiipnl to prohlliU I monkey out of you."

13-Help Want. Female tl month bedroom ovoilable,, 2 .bath November. |2SO 00 lit a only hornet your The fomlly kind to the grace needs'thorn Dilly using a 128 single and ial security payments notify the tuG teidling of evolution In \pun.ll MIIBC'ke argued! lh.it "the HI.ble .

FORD. t 0,. 'S'* Std thift lid make them into warm,. Eva a 469 set. Charlie Rice Social Security Administration <' si'h
Senior Select beautIcIan cliontalo, for Mutt busy bo thop axporlancad CHEVROLET RAH Bel.Air' 4 Dr.HT day Charms 210 Cox Fourth. Realtor Ave, The South Moll friendly and haven iplrltual of phyitcal I bliss.,,Way comfort had high series with a. 575 of a change In address as quickly lie nceiH'' ",8711 signature la *. bonk til revelations, Aot4nihi.(

in high ttyflnf R.ply AT', RAH.V ,PB 'PSAC Neplet.' Ml 2SI75 /10,51 wo HOME help TODAY you start? making your 195. Mike Stacey came up as possible after any move. bring the moaitur before the vicinal' cun believe In C: Bon 1737 A.' c/0 CC Nowt with voter*. till believe In evilllll ioii.'
a 461-175, Jim Shorts hose whom chucks
BABY.SITTER wanltd for tyaar H 0.badroom.. I" ""h., persons Moor ny he has 7,000 |">tlUoim Mir *.1"1. "The leac.hlng of
.old ughtar of wcrkingPrafar CHEVROLET: 4 Or Sdn V.S, 50-Rooms For Rent Sroobslde, $12000 458-165 and Dud llogue\ a 201 are being received at an ln<'or- In rln'illation and, evolution
expeitsut contradict* Cod'!
mother for summer mon.h.. Std Trent RAH The Shellbacks have '
single. have It
rotpontiblo' mother with DODGE I 0,. HT, AT RAH Large room with private both 3.bedrooms. I.b.th. rcct address should ItfTst one.lulf lo t lie rctunifil.t words us related In the book ofGenesis.
daughters) about: 11 nan old: PS P8&I for lady Close' to beach and Diane Av. III100 taken 13 out of 16 points. The corrected Immediately.\ <'h |K'tltlon tontalns theipue Such Instruction has
Phone Ml 13602 oftar I p.m. shopping, canter Call before, lack sh. Snooks and Snapper In the address
2.bodroome. .b.th, Any change for 20 algniture led tt) delinquency the
IIUI among
MI 2 4531
DODGE: I dr hi. PS PB, AT. noon or evening
SECRETARY "WANTED PER' R IIUf Coconut Grove $13.WOBY have 9, Pollywogs Pompano must be reported In w rlt li ig over The MK>re !proimial, already young people.. Toih.iy'a youth

MAKlENT WORKING POSITION CONDITIONS, PLEASANT : CADILLAC.RAH A/C. I WSW 0,. AT .... PB APPOINTMENT, PLEASE Catfish 8, Red Fish ". Frogs the beneficiary's ityrunirv.I hat driven a wedge Into the hi* no moral re"|'on.llilllty loGod.

CALL Ml 2531 FOR AP. OLDER MODELS 51-Wanted To Rent See Naples South and Modal 5 and Drums 4. This may be on any kind of paper rank of (lie Arizona dnrgy. ."

S2. tl 53 Chrysler NY, 4 dr. AT. Homes on diiplayAitoclatat. SAINTS AND SINNERS but most person receivIng forty-throe Methodist mini The Rev. Hugh Shelby Ue,

E.p.ro.nced wail' '... .I And '. RAH, PS. Fluid Drive WANTED BEDROOM UN. Scoring honors to Paul tarn anil Italihl Albert Plotkln I pastor of the Phoenix' First Con
Pit Barbecue. MI 2-2991. Apply' 50 Chrytler Win, 4 dr. AT. FURNISHED HOUSE CLOSE : go payments were given a )postcard
ills, 3 p no. 67,11Sscrstar PS. RAH Fluid Orlv IN YEAR ROUND. BEGIN Lucille Ottt Virgil, Marcum C rlckcnbe rge r 601-208-231 and form specifically for thIs:>> of Tempi, PHh Israel, Plnwnlx, regatlonat churdi/ Mid, ''Iam
NING SEPT. 1ST WRITE Bob JaegerDEWEY tNuitd a letter uttaiklng a ban much to this
very "PIIOII"oJ>
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Mutt have WOOD CHRYSLER BOX) 404 CORAL GABLES 34FLA Hazel Abrahamson S30-188. when they originally filed their
Real. ( r..n panonco. Shorthand 1IJ.t' POLLY on the teaching of evolution. thing that Mr. Moore I I. dol nit.
a mutt Writs '....m. of PLYMOUTH, INC. Judy Crlckenbcrgcr listed a claim. The Ttiinae-.see Jury of four Under, his Inlllatlv petition. It
ualsficetlons to P. O. Box IH7 J bdm. IInlun. ...,'h opl to REALTY 494-173. Norman Robertson
A.IO. 1/1051 240 N. Trail Ml IISH buy 101I1 1.6190 IIUt Doles said' that persons reporting ducaclof ngo found &'opea|. I II conielvable that you could

Corner ef lit Avo Uo. A came up with a lone 212, Cert a change should allow guilty and fined him 100. not leash- literature or anything
1962
ThunderbirdHardtop R A
14-Help Wanted Mate H. Power wmdwt, ...... Foe 52-Real Estate WantedHave Tamlaml Trail Dunn 175, Wanda Rice 169, the complete address, Including Moor'* proposal/ calls for a also without a bias based on
Ml I 24391
tory air conditioning, Low mileage Joan Lawhon 158, pat Eggles- tile ZIP code and IIJO the fine of $100 to $500 with auto. Cod. Tilts I II dangerous to ed-
Ml 24104 alter I PM
Truck driver wanted for roots II 11,IfI9M 12.50000 Cash need I ton 165, Martha Plcrcy 161. social security rinmlxr. inallr revocation of a violator's ucutlon."

conditioning work gas, dollvary work Contact and watar Myakko Rembler Convertible Good bedroom Ml 2 5633.house wett of 1/3101 Trail PUBLIC NOTICI Sue Ward had her very first teaching l'ertilo'Jite.Ariminsa Dr. Davis C. Hats, pastor of

L. P. Gat MI i.435*. nZ'rrtllon., Cheap Midway turkey and Gene Mann con- fight over evolution the Noith Phoenix Baptist|

Firs changer .nd/o front end I/7.M dialled List fall when Harold l church Phoenix Maid '"Evolu
al, Hulchison Tira LEGAL NOTICE vened the 4-7-9. With 16 VA ComplainsOf ,
and nit ., ..7 5 SIll Aua 5.' !4-Trade or Sell Ill THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN points as a goal so far the Bile: of Phoenix, memlier of tion should be taught a* a (her
40-Aulot Parts AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, ,
Repairs FLORIDAIN Ihe Nazaren Church, apiwaredIwfore ", cry onl). It should take its
Will, trad equity In Lake Pirk Christophers: have 13, Blue Bill
16-Help Available house for lend in City" or County PROBATE Water the Slat Hoard of Kdu "place alongside a hoot of other
NO 12 Hellcats 10 Sa.
III Angels ,
Call Ml 74711 4/1.tf "
LOOK HEREI I I" RE: ESTATE OF THOMASVILLE Ci. (AP)- cation. theories.
Available slIer July lit. ratlrodtronio TRADE OR SELL JOHN FORTUNA tailS 9, Luclfers 8. MephUto Uncle Sam took III said Schools were using Th* Bv. Edward A. Sheldon
on the role ol I
U.S. Navy Veteran 20 .' Tampa A,... 70 large wooded DECEASEDTO
tins duty. Whita. male. : ::: Wondering where to go lota overlooking Tampa Biy ALL CREDITORS' AND ALL phelcs 7, 1 Halos and I Keyston- a private cIt1.t8n her and com arieris'e b
tachnician licensed by problems? Will, trade for property In Col. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR ers 6, Angels 5 and the Devils plained about his water bill. In tonfllit with the Bible. Lutheran church, Phoenix, gold 1
U.S. Islands Oovorn With your car .
Virgin her or Lee Co. Collier County DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE
mont at electrIcian and plumb: Finitk Paint JobtWreckt Reel h,.,.. Ml 2391. Open : 4. The director of the Veterans lie Insisted If evolution' could "To ban the teaching of evolu
ar Chief Engineer on Cable TV. Factory RtbulltTunoupt Sundaya 1/3.wt You. and sash of you. ore hereby PINE LANES Administration domiciliary E. not be barred, then teacher lion In the .t hools I I. to say thai
Installation Fiald' Supanntandant notified end to
fonttruction Chef Enfin claima and demands required which pretent you.any or Sweeper winners this past: C. McXUnlel, Md city officials hould iak* the Initiative In ... you cannot have any teachIng

.., Taxtila" Processing Plant Front end alignment' 57-Houses For Sale .ither of you may hays -gslnst. weekend were Carroll Arnold, the domiciliary' water bill had using from cI...... all children except what you believe. I think
DesIre rolocato NapleS with" he saId Estate of John Fortune, 0. "
family Available for Inttrvlow Motor Overhaul e..ed. to the Honorable Richerd' C. Tex Kaverman.Charllellowell, jumped 84 per cent under I new whose parent consider the ma this Is wrong.

Room 311, Howard Johnton Mo. Trontmitt'on, rebuiltLubricat Three bedroorr tcreened lanai itenley. County Judge 01 Collier rate plan and h. urgently need. tonal object lonabl*.
..1. Naplat Fla Bait rofar.ancaa ,on and lovely' landscaping' ancloied bounty. Florid. end file the tome Al Hajck Fred 11 lllms n, and The
1/5.1 with a tturdy cyclona Iancears in hit office at the County Court Jenny Vaughn. td an adjustment. board aiiked State Atty.
Brake* among many faaturet of tint houte In LesS Neplea. Collier CounFloride Otherwise ha laid n* wouldbe Can. Kohert Plckrell If It had Smokey the Bear of forest
,
JOBS WANTEDBY Polish 4 Wax 3 bedroom home on city, water ly within .,. (II) calendar !DELLES AND DEAUS -- tIle to fire prevention fame receives
Don look any further and aewer In Lake Park Only month from the dele of the first, Gone Tlllman 640-209-238 led compelled to readjust hit |Slower prohibit Initrurtlons !
STUDENTS Set 113.150. Terms available, Call publication' hereof Said claims, or budget to the extent of firing at In evolution.Pickroll nearly' 1.000 postcards and
owner. Ml I 2452* before 100 demands Is conllin Iso 1..1 .11. tlic Deaus and Shirley Johnson said decision letters every working day"AlllvS .
least a
Chevrolet? Inc PM .dress of the claimant, and to ba on* employ*.
High School ...1. ago li. datirat Ingram worn to and pratantad aa aforaaid with a 563-194 was high I

any typo summer omploymantphono 130 Sin St. N. MI 2 1105Naolot. PRIVATE tALC along with II 00 for tiling of for the Belles. Ina Bunting a -H'4
Ml t Sill NO BROKERS claims or the same will, ba barred 1 t.'k&tE2I
Nigh Scrool boy. 16 de Flo Owner mutt tell three bedroom. WALTER O. 10"OKOTYSOROK&rd't real nice 527-187. Jin Sum
age 3 bath home In THE MOORINGS
sires summer amploymant' Any : Agant mers pkoduced a 210 loner "
Central' heat and typo work Cash,..r..per.onceSill 44 Mobile Homes carpeting throughout ATTORNEY FOR THE: Glen Liles 200. Dick [rick.on. ,
Falun. pxona Ml' HIM :
Complete ESTATE OF
eicept 2 bedrooms ;
Soniargirld.sin.ssummnrom.playm.nt., Trails. wills cshsna ono cur kitcien: Including ditpotel JOHN FORTUNA DECEASED Frank Nichols Ev. Baldwin .

Shorthand and typleg port I orsntorsale Nice lacation and dithwather Nice tcreenedporch 141 CENTRAL AVENUE 201. Jack Hatcher 19$. _
.p."need. SisphanieHall. Ml 241S5 or 22712outied peved driveway todded NAPLEI. FLORIDA
Plnoine WY 2 SIll ,,, lawn Phone MI 24104 after ...::_10. I?. 24. July .. 11&4 .I7I Gene Tessler had a 194 and
7"ilmisom trailar and jut.
Senior girl detirea, .n y type Florida room. 560000 5PM S/74tf, O ALL PERSONS WHOMIT 192 Ken McCorikey 192 Frank
employment for tunMl .'. Pit See Lot U.C.p,1 OWNER LEAVING TOWN
complete anytime MAY CONCERN Frank
Will, tell my completely fur Lllci Sr. 196. Llles. r
I MM Park ,
Trailer filed her
hoi
The underngned Ap.
nithed home to qualified buyer
Senior girl, dosiros summer em 111.51 for just taking, over exutingobliganont ideation for Final, Ditchargeas Jr. 191, Audra McCorikey 152.
plo mon', call Iypo. P,.'." Idtal for couple or C lecutni of the Last Will eeeted ,. Fay hardier 160, Gene Cham- Li.

cleroe.1 MI work 7.611 CI..d Combo.Phone 45-Trailers For Rent for family,appt of one child, Ml I 27207 S/Ill J.m.. Sisu0ltter end will, on"' .h.n.the nth I'. day d. berlin 194 and Mary 10 Glbhs '

I June 194 apply to the County
'64 H. S. greeuate detire turn Tsilsrs II a 0106. with' TV. Home and euemett torButmett .. .' Judge of Collier County Flont 173.CLASSIC __ oiu
mar employment to help with lit a week Spasm It a week I ereare I home .Inteperale to ir a Final' Discharge at such Eilutrix -Tex I Kaverman ,,
college ..pon.... .po..need. Rock Creek. Trailer ParkU2M building' Sacrifice, for _
Has Sraesperlgtien. Rek A..ck.. coin or large dn payment LUCY MAHAN fireda626- Carl \rm- :

Phone I 2119 Box 1737 A7 Collier County May 20. 27, Jute 3.15. 0960 *160 rnut and Ev Daldvtln had Iden- ; _

High School boy detiret any 48Apts. For Rent .Newt_ 1/11,11"- "" tical sets of 684, Carl using s. '
type el summer employmentAge SUMMER SPECIAL N THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT
IS. PIning Erie: Steel Ml iicienci.i.: Day Week or B randee. m CBS homo 2 large N AND FOR COLLIER' COUNTY a 21'7 and Ev a 220. Gene Tin
1 41 15T.na Month. ('RII MOTEL Ml bedoom. wall I. wail cl..11 FLORIDAIN man recorded 1617.ZlI.lohn -

and Shorthand ..pe". 22302 or Ml 24155 Lana kteh.n. Custom built PROBATE .
itull 574-214 Al llajek 573-
N RE ESTATE '
OF ,
once Desire, Job for tummera efficiency lIorcn ubn. Large livirg
Owner t large lurmthed room Terrene floort O E ElSIE MacLEAh)
no possibly fall Phono Ml Air condo StoinecraftApIs.
heel Carport and lend Deceased
1 MM ceiling
24155 MI 2-2)M
Ml or
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
leaped Offered by owner
'(4 M S graduate .detiret cierT; 110,000 00. 1200 Trail Terrac: All creditors ., the solute ef PUBLIC NOTICE .n
cal work for summer to help Sabal ShoreiApta N Naplet Phone Ml 2 7665.ILWANTADS ESSIE MacLEAN deceased ere
pey college expentet Typing YEAR ROUND LIVING >araby notified and required to Many .
and thorthend, jo Ann Patten Modern one bedroom and ..7.Iiciency claim or domandt which may NOTICE 0'IHTENTIO" TO l.
Ml ISM Aptt furmthed TV -- t aiamtt said Polite m thaa REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME. '
-
., Monthly' or :, of tho County Th. undersigned does hereby cor ,
cable m year Judge of Col
Nib school graduate moats of TN 1Itt lily that I am cenducting a boat '
round Ml I 4155. Kelly Rr and .r County Florida m the Court .
lice but net
ice proficient in typing repair and maintenance' etNapie
and thorlHend Phone 24945.cP' areca Ave I'J.1f iou, .. at Naples. Florida within tnalondar *. Florida. under the ',ctoto...*
month from tho .data of name of Morris Boat Werka and
Want o S eleyt 1 bel'''', furniehod apes Near ho first "publication of this notica that laid firm to compotod. of the
. ( Vivian *nd. ahoptHiig Weekly. Each claim .
hooch or demand bo .l
mutt in following persons whose neme* and
Rote. rrs'kr;' *'.' .' ""%""; writing and mutt state tIle place 01 ret,dance are a. fotlewt: :
Nigh School Ore*.. wontt pal >f residence and Pott Office address race MORRIS JR
time ompleymotit for aummerWotiM -iolit ti lO4 f the claimant and mutt ba. twara 1117' Caluta Ave Maple
,...,....."" etC. Contact Pore I bel,.... aplt Efficien. is by the claim.nl his agent or Oonorthi of MorrIS Boot Work ...
4v .
.t MJI c.". TV. Air C_. 74J Ills 11.1 l attorney .. rt will become It It follow' 3Ji.eb. ;; .r--r-;: ; ; oo's'in 94 -

like work of any kinoltHrouf *.. So Ml 14512 SIMi Q void' 1C : "GfO'QIwr. SAM. MORRIS JR. Owner 100%. I-LUKIDA WUKLir FINALIST One of the fcfl finalist in
It it mtoniion to apply to theClerk
t. awnM 1I..t or month of*collaflaMl to) holeinonco -.rmtned 1 bedroom room aparf.molil. kitch. / / Off car of the ALLENTruM of my Court in and for C.'h.rCOU"ly. the "Mws Florida World" beauty contest to be held at the Cape Coral
yaar l.v.ng
Huge .
Florida 'ator 'the said
14JK 1/11 th* 21worbNif "t" and ball Ml 2 3MI 715.11sedroom .onk of Naples name of Morn lo Boat rag Worki under Yacht and Racquet Club June 18-20, 21-year-old Geneva Marie Swen-
wguio liSp 75 ioI I 14Au, turniehto) .,....nc, Executor ef the Estate of of mil. Law
the preview Chapter"
1
.... I bate bad esperieecet19411 .at H. pete or ...'Id'.*). Ml Allen. Jessie Mat Lean. Deceased Of Florida, Act of 141 .<>n la a modeling instructor from Lake Worth. The blonde-haired

M ; Mere at 1117 or Ml I.>M* 4HfTbdrm Knudten Swart. Witnete my hand this tlh day of Lauren Bacalllook.alike be competing for first prize trip to Detroit
*" DebitS
clerk WouM' m liv rm. apt fri ,m1mMI ST'lSM > June. IH4
working ot twitch board at furn kitcheei prlv Coupl lAM M0nii JR Aug\ 22-29 and the "Miss USA" pageant prelude to the 'MIUWorld"
..rt,... or kitchen workCoin. Pt Myort, PIe June IS, 17. 14. July I. IH4 Sill
.* Hoffmen. Ml 24471 ;oriadyp". '. Ml 2 Z.Ut May 71. Juno J, *5. 17 |M4 SIll spectacle later this year in London.uI .







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