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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 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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'The Strand Must Stand'





Flying Over FakahatcheeBY




SAM ENGLANDTom He pointed out the Tamtam growth" said Frank. "Over terest known and rememberedby If the ruts have water In than,: .

Trail which marked the begin- there Is a thicket of native only those initiated to the Don't attempt a landing that's,

Mathues from Dayton ning of the Fakahatchee Strand. palms found nowhere else In hunting grounds. the case" he warned.

Jhlo, was a visiting KlwanUn "There Is about a section land Florida." Heading closer to Naples,the 4
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it Monday's meeting of the local south of the Trail which shouldbe "To our right Is the Miles BUGGY TRAILS network of roads and canJJ3] r
:lub and heard Mrs. Ben Parks Included In the park he Watermelon farms now dot
City stretch of road which will built by Gulf American I and
and Pa.il Frank talk on a proposal said. ted the area below. Numerous
become part of Alligator Alley Corp. in developing Golden ,
trails to lead to
to acquire the 40.000 to appearing
; when It Is built It will run Gate Estates came Into view.
15,000 acres of Fakahatchee "You will not find strandsof nowhere were "swamp buggy
he
from connect
re to
native royal palms any other straight west trails" said Frank. Picturesque catlbbeanGai-
Stran, as a state park. with Radio Road. f3 e+,/
place in Florida like those you "You would be surprised at dens. Big Cypress andthellole-I
Mathues director of sales ahead and off the and Golf -
now see to "Below Is Table Camp how can dropa ln-the-\vall coursespassed
and engineering for Inland Manufacturing right." said Frank. From up Bear Pond. A lot of black plane many down places for you a landing." swiftly underneath the planeas .,

Division of General above, the royal palms looked bear abound In this area." said Frank directing his talkto It came In for a landing. ii
Motors and who flies his own above
like toothpicks standing
plane became Interested and the other timber and plant We passed over turkey country Mathues. "Where ever you The consensus of the group

suggested a flight: ove the rea. deer country the Janes see a road In an open spot was that Fakahatchee Strand
growth. Scenic Memorial Drive, Include there is a possibility of a land- should be acquired for a state

Frank, a native Neapolitanwho "Below us now Is a willow ing numerous other spots of In- Ing. But be sure and check park. ,
has coursed the area by

plane by swamp buggy and on '
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foot, agreed to act as a guide 7' 7' ,...
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for + j
a group. .t

Yesterday Mathues his son

Tom Frank and Klwanlans Les No Opposition To New Ordinance a..
Whltaker William Arbaugh and Y wat

Sam England took the night.

Taking ott trom the Naples

Airport mander headed the two-engined south over Com the Naples To Ban BuildingOf

Gulf. Frank took over the controls -

!and manuevered the craftto tt1

5've passengers the best

views of points of Interest.


land To looked the unacquaintedeach like the next. But

to Frank easy., Identifications"That's Goat appeared New Guest HousesCity


island Little Marco Pass. Big

Marco Pass the Town of Marco

and Goodland. Everglades Is

over to our right." he saidas Council this morning or. hotel commission's scope of authority how many of the guest houses, tary standards.Then they must be .aedb.. eel
he headed the craft Inland. dalned an end to future construe because they are rentedto or private homes, which are Inspected at least twice a year -- ------ -
tlon of so-called "guest houses"in non-residents for the winter rented have hotel commission he added. FAKAIIATCHKE STRAND to those who return there time and

single-family residential season a period normally last licenses. McCully said such In. Le* Crimes charged that Naples attain -- is a watery paradise a wilderness of magic and mystery yet

Teamster Union cones Ing three to four months. formation Is available at the residents who rent "guest friendly place, where ouhuU and alligator\ palms and panthers, I

No more building permits will There are 218 guest houses In commission offices at Tallahassee houses" do so to avoid having live together wild, shy and free (J HoiIda\ Nature Constancy: )
Members To Sue be Issued as of this dale for Naples 11 more are under con. and Fort Lauderdale to pay any property taxes "This

guest houses Mrs. Casey Mil. struction and five permits were Hotel commission authority co.vers is a backyard business and It a _J." a .
Hof f a For Fees ler's motion specified. The or. taken out yesterday Building Of. guest houses,homes that are should be stopped" Grimes told ;
dinance, No. 1071, Isbelngdraltr flclal Bert Plnkston told Coun. rented to transients for six Council The City ordinance Around

WASHINGTON (AP) -,61 x: ed by City,. Attorney David Splng. cU. Nobody could, say offhand I month orj less, and a condo. againjt\ guesthouse rental apparantly > /081 M1E8S 11t
maverick Teamsters Union I ler. minium or cooperative apart I* superseded by toe It ..: -

members are preparing to step Council's action followed a pub. ment building in which one or hotel commlislon' licensing of _

up their efforts to recover union lie hearing that drew no voiced Red Attackers more units are rented to trans guest houses, Mayor Archie I i9r!!
funds used to defend Teamsters opposition to the Zoning and Plan. ients. Turner said.Council's l) ,
President James R. Hoffa and nine Board's recommendation to A "MUST" action this morning IIII rl
other union officials involved In Council that there be no further Thrown Back "We don't care what you rent," means that no provisionfor guesthouses jpwuni,,,

criminal trials. construction of guest houses McCully said. "If it'* rented totran'lent..1t will be included in the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Their attorney, Seymour Spel It was the zone rs' belief that hastobelicensed. revised coning ordinance. The do gtlj wA.an 1
man, said he plans to add the permitting guest houses was In Near SaigonSAIGON But he said that the commission' coning board recently finishedthe u = HYDERABAD, West Pakistan

names of three bonding companies 'effect allowing multiple-family Inspecting staff i II undermanned."As revision after two year of (AP) Flood waters from a
within a few day to a fed. use of a single-family lot. They South Viet Nam soon a* we become aware work and a public hearing on week/ uf never wind and rainstorms \
era! court suit already filed looked unfavorably on the prevalent (AP-A Communist Viet Cong of an unlicensed unit, we re- the new coning law will be held r coursed through the Hy
against Hoffa and 18 other offl. practice of renting guesthouses battalion backed by mortars at. quire It to be licensed" he ex. July 8.Rocky. F derabad region today More

dais to recover the legal fees. In violation of a City tacked a big government out. plalned. 6. N. White, deputy com. than 250 were known dead, but
The amount Involved is reported ordinance which has not been en. post 15 miles west of Saigon Issloner in this area for the communications were till out in
to be $1 million or more. forced. early today but was thrown back, commission, also attended this Says lie's many areas.Thousands.
The union has so far resisted Most of the members of the an American military spokes morning's" meeting.To FohkohatcheeStrand of homes were

efforts by Spelman the Labor audience this morning were in. man reported. meet hotel commission licensing Urged ThousandsTo flattened and more than 60,000
Department and the Justice De. terested in the guesthouse con. Nineteen guerrillas and 13 requirements, McCully cattle destroyed.
partment to divulge how much troversy but when the chance government troops were killed pointed out, the rental units must Rack ScrantonNEW

has been spent to defend Hoffa came for them to speak, few did during the attack on Due Hoa, meet minimum safety and sanl-
in a long series of federallrlal., so. Councilman Robert Combs the spokesman said. Thlrty.slx YORK (AP)-Gov. Nel. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) I

including his conviction now\ noted that "many people who own of the defenders were reported ion A. Rockefeller say he has Six South Korean Journalist
thousands of Republican arrested earlier this month dur.
urged
being appealed on a Jury tarn
guest houses are not here at this wounded. Election Law
leader Including former Pres. Ing riotous antlgovermnent
perlng charge time of year." The Viet Cong withdrew from ,
Idpnt Dwight D. Eisenhower, to demonstrations have been referred
the region at dawn A govern.
pu' l Icly support Gov. WilliamW. ( to army prosecutors for
them. Needs
sent after
REVIEWS THE LAW ment force was Changing
Wants To Strip The audience and Council memo The Viet Cong attack came Scranton for the party' possible military trial,
nomination. o/ The martial law command
hers listened intently as Williamp after a month of comparativelull presidential
>
Adams -
Court Of PowerIn Tom also announced indictment of
The Says -
McCully assistant supervl. In the Vietnamese war. "You name them and talked three student leader of thedemonstrations
RedistrictingWASHINGTON son for District 4 for the state sounds and flashes of artilleryfire to them," he said Tuesday at Insurrectioncharges.
hotel commission outlined regu. could be heard and seen by TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Sec. his first new conference since on
U could)
convicted they
(AP) Sen. latlona covering rental of guest Saigon residents before dawn.A retary of State Tom Adam said withdrawing from the rare In
the death penalty.
Strom Thurmond, D. .C., has houses.All Ministry of Defense spokes report from his deputies assign.ed favor of Scranton get The command said the news.men .
Introduced a bill to strip federal rental units without excep. man said the Communists wererepen.d to watch polls in the May 28 ,
had tele held
said he
Rockefeller were being on suspl.
courts of Jurisdiction in reap. tlon must be licensed by the hotel after three hours ol second primary show "that sub.
.
phoned Eisenhower and former clop of giving aid to Comma.nlstf
portlonment cases involving the commission, McCully said, If fierce fighting. stantlal improvement are need. Vice President Richard M. Nix. Economic Prognosis? agitating Insurrection
state legislatures. they are rented to "transients." The Viet Cong overran the ed both In the election law and
'on and sent telegrams: to 2,000to spreading malicious falsehoods
district police headquarters on its implementation throughout
Thurmond Introduced his bill Statutes define transients as non.
other GOP leaders about the government and re.
Tuesday a day after the Supreme resident who stay In Florida six the outskirts of Due Hoa but the state" 3,000

Court ruled that both months or less, he noted. were stopped short of the mill. Adams said his deputies ob. Continued Growth LBJ porting six an far Illegal maximum assembly.The .sen.tences .
houses of state legislatures must Nearly all the rental units In tary headquarters by a com. serving In each of the state' 67 Milk of 13
be based on population only. Naples apparently fall within the pany of Vietnamese Rangers. -counties reported only minor In. Commission years.
fraction of the election law.
And action at the poll were Improved Studies Next Move By HARRY KELLY come rose to a seasonally billion ad.. GLASGOW Scotland (AP) -
of almost $48'
5 WAEIII1C; ; TON AP The justed rate Glasgow, where drinking long
over those in the May ( )
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The In $25 billion above
abloom with May has been recognized a* a serious .
first primary, he concluded. Florida Milk Commission huIChl'lul.d capital was tuday May 1963.All .
r z r "WhUe minor violation of the a meeting for earlv rosy report on the tatlon' wan not cheers here how. business, I* going to allow

law were quit numerous, It July to consider its next move economy ever, for the $1.25-bllllon! gain singing In pubs. .
should be emphasized that dep. Jolts, personal income, manu. City magistrate Tuesday approved
In light of a federal court decl. only slightly more than
--f $ was
? t e ,' utter did not find any evidenceof .Ion which stripped much of its facturlng profit and productionwere hall of the April advance 123 applications for pub
fraud or I'rlmlnallnt.nt to af. power up, and labor disputes -The Federal Reserve Board music licenses, the first they
q election"Adams down have Issued. Those who prefer
of
4'W feet the outcome any
Industrial
produc.
said The meeting tentatively Is set "Our economic prognosis is reported that their scotch in silence still can
t r'Most heartening was the for July 7.8 at Orlando The one of continued growth" declared lion increased In May for the seek refuge in more than 1,000 w I

marked Improvement In the eon. commission I I. expected to de. President Johnson after ninth consecutive month. non-muslcal pubs,

duct of the second primary elec. elde/ whether to ask the court for a look at some of the figuresand for The the climb past several was about month average but,
N. tlon/ some relaxation In the order. no doubt pleased at the ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) -
again, about half a* much as I
prospect of having prosperity in April's. The board said the Floods continued to sweep
an election year. through central and eastern
rise charted a further in.
These were the finding by May Turkey today and eight more
uf Indus.trial
In the output
the various agencies Tuesday crease dead were reported. The death
County Sales Taxes after adding up and comparing equipment a record flow toll attributed to the Hoods and
automobile and another
of new
percentages: lightning, this week stand at 21,
of the production of fur
-The Securities and Ex. jump according: to reports reaching
"
,. tg r1S Commission nltur and other household
change and the Istanbul.
-.ic Federal Trade Commission goods The output of Iron and _
re.
Zoom Up Over 1963Saks the of steel was near last year's peak
ported profit anulae: -The Federal Mediation COPENIIAGEN (AP) Sort.
luring / orporallnn were 27
per Service report the nation I* en. el Premier Khrushchev and
r cent 'ightr, In the first three
Jens Otto Krag
tax collections forCol- He dry collection total was $22, months oI I this year than l lut. Joyitg one of Its most peaceful Danish Premier
to country manor
of labor relation since motored I
liar the 374.62. periods
monthof
County during Profits after taxes, the report today for
outside Copenhagen
U with less work.
May totaled $86,836.51,drop- added, were $.12 billion, com World War that billed as
were po.
lay collections In Lee County ., Ing time loot to strikes than to talks
.
2
b. $4 billion
e ping seasonably from $120.361. pared In the first tulles breaks.The Utiial but that probably dealt
09 collected the previous month amounted to 1267.a.11.09.COI quart! "I I UC3.: mostly with trade and cultural
but showing a substantial Increase :pared to 306035.83 for )e r.ti: > ,,jt r ommerce Lu. Labor Department Increased re.too relations between their nations.

over tne$87,792.58col. April and $210,360.4. for Maya ther I II! II 'j\"s\ "
lected for May last year dear ago.Gasoline. ii, May and unemploymentdr gentle rain to the Danish gov.

: .: piled' 300,000 to :1.9 million eminent'* Martenbrog estate
Of the surrounding counties, tax collections In 98t miles north of Copenhagen.The .
cent Job. nine
to
adding up a 3.1 per
alone showedan Collier likewise showeda Qj
Hendry County County ,, rate-e low. Soviet leader bantered and
y --- ------ lev four.ytar
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(NEA Telephoto) Increase in May over Aprilof seasonal drop to $88,683 for "It Is heartening to note," joked with his hosts.Khrushchev ,
this year. May 1964 collections the month of May this year John on said, "that today more indicated to Krag
LAl'NCHING THE ROCKET Gov William W. Scranton got an energetic start In his in Hendry totaled $35, from $101.213.94. although this people are at work in the United after his arrival Tuesday that

campaign with a speech at the Allegheny College commencement in Meadville Pa. It 907.03 white In April they were was an increase over the $80 s / Elates at higher wages than ha wanted to concentrate ont

'f nomination.was the first stop in a ",,'tit-lOll' trip bolstering his candidacy for the GOP presidential $34,84347. In May 1963. the 845.45 collected for May, 1963. ever before" ''I n,jtnlcs and farming.t ,




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NEWS Wednesday June 17 164rmmokalee '," ';n Policy ;'
COUNTY Claim LozengesNot Need l Manpower ,


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. News May Be Banned ,,'' .\ In .0:5.: LBJ .

BY MRS. W. tt. GARRETT ," Arc ted! three developments that ;
,. WASHINGTON (AP) The << CLEtElAKP, Ohio ( the
4... wwesl today ,e said require establish C
rood and Drug Administration President Johnson called J sent of a national manpower C
Gwen Warriner was honored wedding cake with white and yellow :umounced today it proposes to 1 for the estabUshmerrf t of though I per II,iollcy: The replacement of men :
with a farewell party at the home decorations centered the ancel: certification of 19 types \ :tonal manpower policy 1 iy machines, the decline in
of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Bethea table. troches of labor, manage :
of throat lozenges or cooperation J obs for the unskilled, and fie
Thursday; evening. Miss Ima Those attending the wedding I containing; antibiotics, on the Dent and government t toucy d Iramatlc growth of the labo-
Sue Hall was hostess. Miss were: Mrs. John Jump, and I Iround that evidence of efficacy 4.4 Johnson said a coordinated beI orce.

Warrlner left early Friday morn. daughter Jo, Mrs. Lestlne Hall, I Is lacking The effect would be is urgently needed"vast "It is time," the President f
ing for Tampa where she will Mr. and Mrs. Perry Benton and I to bar the products from sale cause the economy faces ,laid, "for labor and manage.
enter the University of South daughter Lavera, Nancy Estes, ''In interstate commerce.The I and troubling changes" durlnelhe nent and government to t
I r coopgate
Florida. Hubert Wright, Alice Howard said Interested decade
agency I rest of the in establishing a national f
for I(
Attending were: Misses Jan Elbert Howard and son Wayne persons have to days within : In an address prepared policy a
poll'
Price Linda Lyndes, Unda Me Mr. and Mrs. KIrby Ford Jr. which to furnish any informa. I the annual convention of the ,r nanpower will assess our future yvhich r

Daniel, Connie Carter, Jackie and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Car. tion which, in their opiniondem. I Communications Workers of leeds and help aim all our (
I
Lynn, Joyce and Janice Clldden ver, Sue Nell Rolls,Mr.and Mrs. onstrates substantial efficacy of America AFL-CIO, Johnson ;rams of training and educa.pro. I
Mel Benton and Elaine Benton, David Peacock and daughters the drugs or to submit written -- ![ and
Ion government private
t::
Pat Price, Major Whlsnant Ken. Susie Jane, Patricia, and Mar. comments.A dike toward filling those r
neth Blocker, Douglas Glidden, gle, and Mrs. F.E. Thomas, all spokesman said the pro. In :needs."
Lacey Wright, Dutch Graham of Immokalee; and Mr and Mrs. posal applies to some 30 pro. Manpower Johnson said existing labor
Paul Westberry, Steven Peters Ralph Peacock and children, Mr. ducts, made by something like committees
management "will
Buddy Jernigan Mike Warriner, and Mrs. V.V. Peacock and children 11 basic manufacturers and South Short :contribute to such a policy,"
Larry: Day, and Punk Hall. and Mr. and Mrs. Alton handled by about 23 distributors
and a recently appointed cabUnet I
Girls from Immokalee attend. Ford and son Henry, of Arcadia. Including the manufacturers.The I committee will "consider
Ing day camp at Lake Camllle Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stone and proposal would affect .4- Of Technicians : broadest aspects of such I
In Lehlgh Acres last week were: children have returned homeafter only those troches containing GROUP at the Naples Airport just before starting a flight over FaVa- the a I

Carl Roney, Claudia Slngletary 1 a visit In Gulfport and Hat.Ifesburg antibiotics, for which certlfica- hatchec Strand for a bird's eye view of the proposed public park, from SARASOTA (CAP) Strange I policy.Beyond that, he said, "1 will
Carol6tlnner, Mary rniuis ana MISS., and Franklinton, Ion; was required before May 1, and Thomas from Dayton, Ohio ; I is It may seem one of the prob. in
Mathues son further
0. steps
Tom take ,
included that I coopera.
left : Is
Carol Nannett Grant relatives. 1963 when went the South
Olroyd La., visiting regulations Aibaugh See I Iator lems facing
Bonnie and Leisa Rymes, Janice Judge and Mrs. Richard Stan. Into effect making all antibiotic Neapolitans Paul Frank, Les Whitaker and William papa wants his son to go to col. I Ilece. lion with labor and business, to

Wolf, Robin Browning Karen ley have as their ,guest his products certifiable by )', (NEWS photo) : make sure that the dlgnltyanil
Is not lost
to labor in the
House, Dinah Smith, Brenda mother, Mrs. Frank Stanley of FDA. This desire of the parent| to right
Clifton Joni Br'own, Jeanie and Auburndale.Mr. It would not apply to at least give his child a better education,currents; of change; that every
Sue Percenter. The camp was and Mrs. C.L. Carpen. 200 other troches on the market More Negroes than his own Is nationwide, but American who wants to work,
divided Into eight 'units with two ter met their grandchildren,, which contain antibiotics which King Brings In 25 Preachers it collides headon with the can work; that Industry will not
It lacks the
leaders each. Mrs. Lawrence Chuck and Sue Thomas, In Fort were not certifiable prior to South's drive for economic de falter because'* men
Now
McCready was camp director. Myers Sunday and brought them that time. Attending velopment. It needs.
Some of: the attractions of the home for a visit of a week or The spokesman said the man. This was brought out Tuesdayas The chief executive said more
camp were canoelng.archery.out. 10 day. ner in which these 200 other 30 Rabbis To St. Augustine White CollegesATLANTA 190 legislative leaders anc than two million Jobs a year are
'door cooking camping skills,na. Mrs. Betty House and children troches will be dealt with has state administrators attending being taken over by machines.

ture studies and conservation Kenny and Karen, and Mr. not been announced. ST. AUGUSTINE (AP-Cler. of the problem" he said. (AP) The num. the Southern Conference of thE And he said the rate may In.
tactics with George DeTar, and Mrs Walter Garrett spent the FDA said the proposal would gymen from other states made After King spoke at the church ber of Negro students attending Council of State Government crease.He; .
county ranger of Lee County.On day Saturday In Miami. cover the following troches, this city their target today for several hundred Negroes and a former white colleges and unl. considered a report by the con cited figures Indicating
Thursday the girls held Mr. Vivian Williams and chll. most of which are sold without more anti segregation demon. few white supporters led by the versltlei in the South has In. ference's continuing committeE that the labor force in the 1960'iIs
faster
camp-out overnight with Mrs. dren of Florida City are visiting prescription stratlons as efforts to bring a Rev. Fred U Shuttlesworth of creased this summer and all on economic development.The increasing 50 per cent
Julian Hudson leading a song her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Waddy Bacitracln, gramicidin neo. truce or settlement of racial is. Cincinnati, marched downtown,, entered peacefully. committee said "Educa than in the 19508( further com.

test. Mrs Richard StanleyMrs. Thompson.Mrs. mycln, bacitracln, neomycin sues continued.A held a rally In the OM Slave Most schools do not list student tlon and economic development pounding the Job problem.And .
Walter Garrett and Mrs. Rose. Betty Roney will leave polymyxln; bacitracln, neomy. grand Jury in special .... Market and returned to tne by race and that policy are inextricably Interdependent he said that during the
mary Percenter attended camp as Thursday for Boone, N.C., to cln; btcltracln polymyxln; lion planned to hear more wlU church without Incident. may become a factor In easing and Intertwined." It said, "Thi next 15 years there will be no
unit leader attend a teachers' workshop for a bacitracln; bacitracln, tyrothrl. nesses In Its attempt to open up State police cleared the park the Integration problem in more quality of Southern manpower, increase In the demand for un.
Marie Ellen Shockley spent month. She will meet Mrs. Ada cln, neomycin; bacitracln, tyro. bl-radal talks, possibly leading and the surrounding area of sensitive areas In the Deep Its educational level, and the skilled labor, although "demand
the weekend with her parents, Pelham in Montazuma, Ga., and bridle; chlortetracycline; penicillin toward a solution. State attor. most white spectators. Only a South. manner In which qualified manpower for professional and technical
Mr. and MRs. R.E. Shockley. they will drive on up to Boone ; bacitracln; penicillin; ney Dan Warren said the Jury few persons watched. There was The Negroes go their way Is utilized are primary people will go up 83 per cent,
together.The Also penicillin, zinc bacltra. might report its findings today. no trouble as the marchers again hardly noticed by white students. keys to economic growth and for clerical workers 45 per
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FORD PEACOCKThe Lions Club met Monday dn; tetracycline hydrochloride; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., had a heavy police escort. Some of the schools have had productivity as well as to social cent.;
Church of God on Second at Alene's Resturant. They cine; bacitracln drive here re. advancement." "The challenge to leadership
night gramicidin, directing the Fifty-one Negroes were Jailed few or no Negroes in the past and political "
Street was the scene of: the wedd. had as their guests Zone Chair. neomycin; zinc bacitracln, neo. turned after three days out of Tuesday for trying to desegre. but their presence Is attracting It proposed that each of the is clear, he said. "We must.
Ing of Miss Junlta Ford and man Bill Armstrong and wife mycin, polymyxln; tine bacltra.cln the city where he was arrested gate several dining places and little general Interest, an Asso. conference's IS member state continue; to expand our economy
Charles Bennet Peacock. Rev. of Bonita Springs. There will be neomycin; tine bacitracln last Thursday for trying to In. several white integratlonlsts dated Press survey shows. evaluate Its educational systemto creating new Jobs We,
F.E. Thomas officiated at the a Joint tone Installation meeting:polymyxln; tine bacitracln; tegrate a restaurant. He said 30 were released from Jail. Negroes are attending sum. see what It is doing, and then must provide our workers with
ceremony at 8 p.m., June S. at the Rod I Gun Club In Ever.,tine; bacltracin, tyrothricin, neo. Jewish rabbis from the New They Included the Rev. Wll. mer classes at the University of undertake a long.range planning education: and training to meet
Nuptial music was presented by glades Saturday night. Those mycln; zinc bacitracln, tyro York area would arrive today. lIam England, a Boston University Mississippi and the Universityof program based on the manpower the demands of a dynamic In.
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Melvina Benton. attending were Frank Warriner,,i,thrlcln. King said about 21 Protestant chaplain and Mrs Sarah Alabama scenes of riot. Skills and educational require. dustry.
The bride Is a daughter 01 Lonnie Curry, James Williams,, ministers from northern cities Patton Boyle, wife of: a University Ing during earlier integration ments dictated by anticipated Once again, Johnson said the
Kirby Ford of Arcadia. Mr.,, and Roland Walker. also were expected Friday and of Virglnteprofessor. attempts, economic growth and employ, goal of his administration Is "to
veacock Is the son of Mr and I Mr and Mrs. Paul Bird left; "NOT' THAT EFFICIENT still others would come here England told the crowd at the Three Negroes have started ment needs.As build a great society"
Mrs. Dave Peacock of 1m.i Tuesday for Jackson MI...,to> LAGRANOE. Ky. (AP) next week to Join the Integration church that he had lost 20 to 30 clases at Northeast Louisiana Florida Sen. Reubin O'd. He said his administration
mokalee. Given In marriageby visit with their parents and will I Farmer H.H. McWillUma; let the drive which has brought nearly pounds while fasting In Jail since State College without incident. Askew of Pen-acola, a member has advanced proposals "to
V.V. Peacock the bride was i, go from there to Ridge i South Oldham County Volunteer 200 arrests in the past week. his arrest last Thursday with The University of Alabama at of the committee, put Itt I "We give every citizen an equal
attired in a street-length gown i I Crest, N.C., for a week to attend I Fire Department let some prac- "The fact Is that we are not Tuscalooia has three Negro co. feel that the states must find chance to hold a Job, to vote.,
of white with a nylon net veil., Baptist Church music assembly,, lice while he burned down an old going to leave here until things King.Mrs.. Boyle, arrested In aslm. eds In summer classes. They where they are In order for them to educate his children, to enjoy
Barbara Ann Peacock was maid Revenue Service bun one site he planned to builda change," King told a rally at a liar attempt Friday, said she regarded Include Vivian Malone, one of to decide where they can go to." all the blessings of liberty,
of honor and Ray Peacock served <, Com- new one. But he had to calm church prior to another night her Jailing as "an bona two Negro students who de There was general agreement whatever his color or race..
as best man. rmiiioner Mortimer M. Csplin'sautomobile the enthusiasm of tome rookies march downtown. rary degree in the struggle for segregated the university a that one thing holding back the Then he went on to plug for
A reception followed In the i bears Washington became two or three times they "We're going to be with you the principles In which I scdeeply year ago under federal court or. South's economic growth Is a other proposals to combat.
church annex where a tiered| license Ug No. 1040. almost put out the firs until there is some resolutionFATHER'S believe." ders. shortage of technically trained poverty, to provide medical Insurance
for the aged, and to extend .
Others are Ruth Benella Lewisof people .
", :minimum wage and unem.
Birmingham and Mrs. Velma
.,'
1 Thompson of Tuscaloosa.The ployment benefits.. "
Bill ll hardly knows Let's roll up our sleeves,
DA Y campus Out
Rights they are around. It was differ Segregation ,he said, "and get to work before to

ent when federallzaed National In Schools Of !pass these programs
for povertyand
Guardsmen stood by while Gov. Congress adjourns,

SUNDAY JUNE 21st Fight Near George successful Wallace stand made In the his schoolhouse un. Virginia County Injustice-will-not wait.

door last June.It RICHMOND Va. (AP)-Giles

Wed. is different, too, from the County next fall will becomethe WoodMrs.
;: Open All Day Last StandWASHINGTON rioting which erupted at Tusca. first Virginia locality schools.The .to
eliminate segregated
loosa nearly nine years ago Vashtl Wood, wife of
State Pupil Placement
P"4
when Autherine Lucy becamethe 'Austin V Wood, general mana.
( (AP) Sen. first of her race to attend Board Tuesday assigned all 131 I per of the Ogden Newspaper
ators resume the marathon civil the university.Violence Negro pupils In the county to 'hain; died June 9 In a hospital
rights battle today amid Indlca. erupted at Ole Missin two White schools The county:In Wheeling, W.Va., after an illness .
FATHERWANTS lions that the Southern fight on school board had planned to'
September 1962 when JamesH. of more than two years,
the measure Is nearing an end. Meredith was admitted under close the two Negro schools. according to word received here
In a 13-hour session Tuesday Giles has a total school enroll.
court orders. Two white men yesterday by friends.
running untU midnight, the Sen. ment of about 4,500. Cut.lass .
were killed and hundreds were The Woods have a home on
ate broke all records in the Injured. The placement board also as. Lane in Naples.McIntosh.
memory of Cal.ltol1U1l veteransby signed about 410 other Negro
taking 34 roll-call votes, 33 pupils to all-White or predomInantly .
of them to knock down amend. White schools in Virginia
'
ments to the bill. Shoot NegroSought The assignments will mean the

'ii More of the same was In first school desegregation In 11 Private funeral services will

prospect today but leaders were In Rape localities. be held tomorrow at the family
cautiously confident that the Half of Virginia's school districts .
SHIRTS Dixie contingent would offer have some desegregation. home 12 First Street North,
for Fabian C. McIntosh 73,
only about 20 more amend. Murder Case
ments. who died yesterday morning.

''SHIRTS If this proves to be correct, SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn.I Family Loses Rev. John W. Stump, pastor of
i they said, the Senate will not (AP)-Police shot and captured the First Presbyterian Church,
run so late tonight, and Thursday ,, today a Negro sought In the Fourth Child will officiate. Arrangementsare

SHIRTS will be wholly devoted to i, death of a pregnant white' being made by the Earl G.
-- J From Accident
housewife. He was taken by
last round of speeches on the> Hodges Funeral Chapel.
w measure, mostly from its foes., ambulance to Alabama's Kllbj' HARTFORD, Ala (API.-The He Is survived by his widow,
would the final, Prison in Montgomery. Chandlers faced
"+ This mean Huey a new
from Alexander's vote to pass the measure and I Johnny D. Beecher 32,,tragedy today-the loss of a Martha Kerr Mcintosh of Naples
send It back to the House In re. trapped by hunger that brought' fourth child by accident. ; a daughter, Mra.Tobert

2.98 3.98 vised form would come on Frl., him to this southeast Tennessee 1 Twins Mary and Martha, 3,, McKnight of West Hartford,
day, possibly early in the day,, city from Alabama in search oii [ burned to death in 1955 when Conn.; two grandchildren, Scott
The bitterest final hurdle ll i food, was shot In the right lei|> the family's parked car caught and Kathleen) two' sisters, Miss

Sixes Sm. Med. Lrg. Xlrg. Sen. Strom Thurmond, D-S.C.! by a South Plttsburg policeman,. fire. The next year, the Chand. A. Berdena Mcintosh of Naplesand
MEN'S WASH a WEAR PLAIDS SOLIDS STRIPES who already has offered 20 Police Chief E. Dick Burro' lers were notified their son Billy Mrs. Miles Harris of Den
amendments unsuccessfuly said Beecher admitted rapln)t Gene had been killed in an auto. ning, Calif.
DRESS SLACKS STRETCH COTTONS WHITE told a reporter he may bring in and strangling Martha Jan t mobile accident in Texas. The family has requested that
SHIRT JACS DACRON COTTON 18 more. ChlsenhaU, 21, a bride of sever 1 Tuesday, David Chandler, IB,, send -
anyone wishing to memorials
Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D months who was found des' and three friends went fishing
5.95 to 12.95 BUTTON DOWN COLLARS N.C., who has called up 23 Tuesday on Sand Mountain I li 1 The boat capsized and David make them to the Friendsof

TAB COLLARS TAPERED amendments, said he might northeast Alabama. She hat 1 and Carl Williams, also 18,, the Library
Plain and Pleated FrontsMEN'S have a few more. been abducted shortly afte: r drowned.
There were clear signs of a Beecher escaped Monday trot 1 The Chandlers have five sum
split In Southern ranks on the an Alabama work gang nell r vlviog children. Frye
DRESS MEN'S SHORTIE MEN'S WALK strategy to be followed. her home.

Several said privately they After his capture, Beechei r Funeralaervice.forDoc1tHer.
SHOES PAJAMAS SHORTS2.93to4.9S saw no purpose in offering a was taken to a South Plttsbur)* Doctors Fight man Frye, 51, who died yesterday
wholesale number of amend hospital under heavy guard: morning will be held -at
7.95.9.95 2.98 cents, many of them exceeding. Burrow said his right leg wai; To Save Infant 10 o'clock tomorrow morning

ly minor, only to have them fractured. from the Earl G. Hodges Fun.
Size A to D Sixes 28 to 46 swamped by overwhelmingvotes. Officers confirmed that hi t Hurt By Parents anal Chapel with the Rev. Led.
had been transferred by ambulance lea of the East
They said trey plannedto Bargo, pastor
MIAMI AP Doctors
worked
MEN'S LEATHER their remaining time for to Alabama, but first declined Naples Baptist Church official-
WASH.WEAR COTTON MEN'S LEATHER use today to save the life and arms ,
speeches against the bill In the to say where. of a nine weeks old boy who po. Ing.Visitation
SLACKS BELTS BILLFOLDS final passage debate. "I'm not authorized" to glvi. lice said was slashed during a wUl be held at the
All Southerners have retained out that information, an Alabama ;" drinking bout at his parents' Chapel from 2 to 5 o'clock this
3.98 at least a part of the hour allowed highway patrolman said afternoon and from 6 to 8 o'clock
3.98 to 7.50MEN'S home
1.50 to 2.50 them under the cloture "We can't say until we knov* The child Michael Walker, tonight Interment will be in Knox.
29 to 46 rule Invoked a week ago todayby what Is going to happen to th.was reported Improved after YUle, Tenn.
the Senate to end the Dixie boy. They're. a little afraid c]I hours of surgery that began last Frye resided with his wife Mrs.
filibuster.Sen. mobs.. Alma D. Frye, who survives, at
was hospl.
when the baby
MEN'S CANVAS Men's 10 Year Guaranteed WHITE Later it was disclosed that h* night 1138 Iliad
Richard B, Russell D. tallied unconscious from loss of Ave., N. Naples, and
DRESS SHIRTS Ga., the Southern leader, has was en route to the maxlmur: blood. had lived here for the past four
SHOES DRESS SOCKS proposed only two amendmentsto security prison at K11by. His parents, Tom Walker, 35, years. He was employed as a
but and said he would foreman for the E.H. Marboeffer
the and Winnie Walker, 33, were ,
3.98 2.98 to 4.98 CENT IN FAVOR Jr. Co.
1.00 have no more 100 PER charged with aggravated as.
Oxford Loafer Wash & Wear Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey D., BI RMtNGH A"" Ala. (AP) -. sasH Besides Me widow, he Is sur.
8 Ply Nylon Minn., the bill's floor manager Aibury Place became a part 01 r slasheii under Ml. vivid fcy a son, George, of Naples
told newsmen that efforts to i, suburban Mountain Brook by i i i: dha il a arms apparently were tn. ; aft brothers, Pete of Naples ,
win an informal agreement to i, unanimous vote in an annultiOl J flirted with a broken baby bofc. BIII Deftest) HA Frye,
MEN'S CASUAL shut off the Southern amend, election. The plebicite atu ete ments had failed. only two 'voters, and both fUOI'e,< bad been drinking and were not ,...-.. five sisters, Mrs. Reba
LEATHER SHOES-3.00 "All we can do Is sit here and I the attachment. Aabury Plea 1 la a condition to permit cues. PeaAutek, Mrs. Lorene Barney,
grind through them," he said. contains hall doien homes bu' toning them. both of Knoxvllle, lire. Ruby
Broken Sixes only two of the residents ha...* juvenile court Judge Ben-_-..., MHMef, lira. Howard' bats of
----- lived there lone enough q quahl* part made the baby a ward of Baton, cue and Mrs. MaudeCoUIM

Too Fifth Avenue. South Naples, Fla..J Drive Carefully And Live for the election. the court at once. of Marlon. H.C.



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FRANCISCO lAP>-

Woteo "It's-it's unbelievable,"gasped BY GAIL WINCHZL snare MI i 5704 f
shopowner NaslmoSargls, grog

: -' Ing for words "There's no mid.
dle.<>r.the stream It's either
MARTIN t 4 lit ''- '" : 'wow I' "
By JANE: : ..L :: ,:1 shoik That or was Miss Sargls' reac. ''vL'S BOAT RENTAL

$0000000000000000000000000000000000000There hoc after he Introduced toplesssvlmsults
I. T:) In San Francleco.
may be a bit of congestion In the vicinity of tj The first doss suits were

First Avenue and First Street, North, come tomorrow. Mr. t "ii snapped up MIl another 14 ord.

and Mrs. Elliott McConnell will be moving into the home ', :" : ered for Immediate deliveryshe

formerly owned by the Andon Kazanjians First Street, ., J'I "Most said!) to men," nisi Miss

North, and Mrs. T. A. McGill expected any day to take Sargls, "for their wives Or at w

over the home she purchased from Dr. and Mrs. G. ? .. ,. least Reaction that's ot what other they San said Fran." In n ', c s,, r

Hewett Williams around the corner on First Avenue, J' clscans to the weekend showing

of the latest low in high fashion
North.The I was immediate, and predict.
McConnells have a comparatively short hop ," .. ,<(! able

since they have been living on Palm Circle since last Fall. 1 Nakedness," snapped a rler.gjnun .

Mrs. McGill Is on her way down from Morristown N 4" "almost perversion.won." -- -- .- -
r The police department
N. J., with her daughters Libby and Margaret. Her sister, "1 sear"r.. dered aloud what It would do THEY CAUGHT TIIEI R LIMIT in two days of

Mrs. John Cowles who lives up the block Is keeping an with the first bare bosomed lass snook fihilVI'. I Inn lid Shaffer right, and son
to breach the beach. Phillip fishing out of 1 the Isles of Capri 'Lodge,
out for the Mr Cowles is In New York for
eye van. a Another downtown San Fran. me shown here with t heir, haul. See column.
few days, and will go to New Haven for the 45th reunionof Cisco shop placed the suits on
r.i. Li sale Tuesday The Uoodmobile will be at tin., Gary, Bunnle, Karen, and Eek.
his
class at Yale so Mrs. Cowles is free to assist with Ie Kelley are in Lakeland visit.
Held up by two narrow straps. Naples Woman's Club from noo
some; of the unpacking etc. that cross In fiont and back, the to 6:30: p.m. on Wednesday and log their grandparents. Gary Is

In the fall, Libby McGill will be a senior at the suits were denounced by the from 8 to 10 a.m. on Thuri taking land and a summer wUl remain course there In Lake.until
clergy as an invitation to lust, day to receive donations. W(
University of Georgia and Margaret will return to Skid- will ,. the end of July, and the other
a return to paganism, a cor. hope all able residents contribute
more College for her junior year. ruptor of morals and "nul wry and we can claim 100 pe r children will return this week
of down
Joe Lamley Tampa was
nice." cent In that as well as voting
The Kazanjians are staying at the Beachcomber. Mr of snook fishing out
; for two days
"Just and Mrs. Valentine
.. two straps closer to the Mr. P.J.
Kazanjian is off for the north but will be back in about moral decay In America," de. lertalned Mr. and Mrs. Charll.e of the Isles of Capri Motel and

three weeks to finalize plans for the home they will <' '!>> M' ,.q.plJi.k' dared the Rev Jacob Bellingof Tldd from Elmwood HI., one da:,, Marina. He fare returned and Iwo home days'withj lim-
a smiling
Oakland's last week. Mr. Tldd Is frlen
build on Galleon Drive. While away he will go to "MRS. WAPLES FROM NAPLES" is happy over an experience with Church. Neighborhood and was co-worker of Mr.a Valen.It some of which weighed up tor

New Rochelle N. Y., to be with his mother on her Mrs. Lois Drainerd, North Miami Beach marine painter of note. The What do the cops say? tine's at the Caterpillar Tractor IS pounds.

90th birthday. Later in the summer with the house well visitor to Naples from the east coast was painting a beach scene on "A touchy, legal subject," Company In Illinois Mr. Tldd Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carolaand
the Naples shore line. Mrs. Ruth \Vaples passed by and was includedin said Assistant. Police Chief Al. who is quite photographer,spen{ family spent a week at the Isles
under way Mrs. Kazanjian plans to vacation for two the painting which in turn was presented to the Naples resident. fred Arnaud. "Nudity Isn't It. much of Ms time pholographln j of Capri Motel and Marina. They
time and
reported a good good
months. legal unless It's lewd Thl.Jhave \ some of the fine shellcraft which
A display of the prized possession is the reason for the big smile flashedby catches of snook.
Moving Is still real to Mr. and Mrs. Latimer Mrs. Ruth NEWS to be settled when they Mrs. Valentine makes.
very Waples. ( photo) show up on the beaches -and 1 Visiting the L.L. Loach's law' Paul Johnson from Wlnnebago,
Brown. It was only a few weeks ago they moved from guess they will.,' I Sunday were the W.A. Loathes,, III., Is visiting Mr.and Mrs.Jack
Capt. Daniel W, The Loaches afternooi, Ippen of Pelican Drive for five
Charlotte N. C, Into The Plantation. Special Forces standing by the Kelly, .pt'nllh'

And Mr. and Mrs. Otis W Dresslar who have vacationed Jackie Decides grave when the funeral throng Ethel MermanTo beaches responsible, observed for policing that the when city around swimming.The the. pool sunbathing a'd[ weeks Mr. and Mrs Norman Leonard

here for 10 years from Nashville Tenn., are was gone, removed his beret the first woman appears In the L.L. Loaches had asplasl h, and sons, Cliff and Scott, from
Fate Of Tributes and placed It on the mound. suit "the main police Saturday night Presen l i Miami arrived at the Isles of
'rounders. took of their Wear Yellow problem party
now year They possession new The other services were quick Capr' Motel and Marina for two
will be the riot that occurs. The were Mr. and Mrs. RhysDeattyMr. ,,
home on 17th Avenue, South, 10 days ago. to follow the sergeant's gestureand sire of the riot probably dependson and Mrs. John Schloti, Mr,, week of fishing.
Left On Grave the caps of soldiers,sailors, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson from
Wedding Gown how well she's endowed. and Mrs. Cliff Nelson and Mr,,
Marines and Air Force men
BUSINESS AND FUN They'll be taboo at public and Mrs Joe Santa. The Load h Pompano Beat spent three days
WASHINGTON (AP) Ababy' Joined the green beret. at the Isles of Capri Motel andi
pools however of the mos t
HOLLYWOOD (AP) This city officials pool Is becoming one
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Joyce left Sunday for shoe, a woman's glove, Winter storms and summersun year's most famous June bride said. popular on the bland and li Marina snook fishing.. They reported -

their annual trip to Michigan where they ,ombine busi- a religious medal, a lone flower and rain weathered the will\ be wearing yellow. getting much use. good i at<'hes of crook
have been on the hillside\ caps, then worked at the fabric. to 18 i/4 pounds.
ness with pleasure of seeing family and friends In Grand grave.They. placed A few days before last Memor. That's the color of the wed New York Store Miss Rosemary Loach span.t t weighing up
ding Ethel Merman has last week with Miss Nancy Melt K
Flint and Detroit. will be rest the sun.seared lal Day officials of the Military gown CATCH LIMIT
Rapids They Joyces on
awaya chosen for her June 26 wedding Won't Promote per of Mandarin Drive, Naples,,
grass along with the berets and District of Washington decided Jake Calhoun and Robert Thom.
month. to Ernest Bori ln.. The union of She reported having a wonder 1
caps of fighting men-aome of they needed replacing. This was as spent the weekend at the Isles
Mr and Mrs. V. R. Bechtel and their done the Broadway song belter and Topless SuitsNEW time.
nephew, Greg- the personal remembrances the onetime lovelorn Marty, now of Capri Fishing Lodge They reported -
from the multitude which dally --- -- YORK AP)-Women1! catching their limit of
ory Tyner, left Tuesday for Silvermine, Conn. Gregory skipper of "McHale's Navy," Is ( DUSY HOUSE
moves slowly and silently past topless swlmsu'ts arrived at snook and quite a few releases.
who went to school in Naples this year will spend most the place where John F. VA Warns Against shaping up as one of Hollywood'smost Lord Taylor' Fifth Avenuestore Mr. and Mrs. John Marini am I' Some of the snook' weighed over
of the In D.C. with his father notable weddings in years. In. children had a houseful!of guests I 1
summer Washington, Kennedy Is burled in Arlington Fake Solicitors The Merm was discussing -but the management last weekend. IS pound.
Among them wen I 1
Ralph Tyner Mr Tyner Is at the Pentagon in labor relations National Cemetery.The Telephone and door-toloor plans on the set of "The Art of tercepted them before theyreached Mrs. Marlnl's sister,brother.ln, Or. Harold Shaffer and son
of
the out the Isles
caps- deep green the counters. Phillip fishing
for the Air Force.In callers Implying Love," In which she wears six law, and nephews, Mr. and Mrs
they represent
beret of the Army Special "Naturally we cannot preventa of Capri Fishing Lodge with Cant,
outfits of i
complete
July Mrs. Bechtel's son, Fordyce Wendell Min- forces, the standard Army the Veterans Administration who varying customer from removing the Jimmie links and sons Lee and Paul Winchell, reported| their
hues of
Including wigs
conventional solicit funds or try to sell pro. green, of her but Jltnmle Hicks and sons Lee and limit of siMxik for two fish.
green of the forces top bathing suit, I days
nick will complete his three years with the U.S. Navy. the forest green of the Marines ducts are acting without per. blue, orange, etc. She plays the do not feel that Lord t Taylor Dene. TII.lick.. plan to staj y Ing.

JHe and Mrs. Minnick wilt,visit the Bechtels In Connecticut! and the Air Force blue-remain. mission or authority. part of the proprietress In other of a should promote It as fashion," a week The Hicks are from Mr and Mrs. Tom LsClalrand

Mr and Mrs. A. C. Waghorne also left on Tuesday. But each morning!: the tributes This statement was Issued today words Parisian this body Is one shop time; she can laid MelvIn Dawley, president Mlramar Mr. ,and Fla.Mrs. Lennon and, Ion Ronny from Miami spent, one
of the visitors are removed by Rufus H. Wilson Mana. of the firm. week of snook fishing out of the
They will do a little visiting In North Carolina and New packed away and sent once a I ter of the VA Regional Office at say "Call Me Madam" and Other New York stores have* !I heir son Alan also visited the Isles of Capri Motel and Marina

Jersey on the way to their home in Duxbury, Mass., where week to the White House. From 'I St. Petersburg, following several mean"1 It.came out here May 20 to said they'll stock the suit, but Uarlnls. They are from Nor. Their son Ronny, who Is nine
wood Fla. and
I Inquiries from enjoyed the fish
availableto those who have old 12Mi
won't
there they are made promote It. years caught a pound
until December and then this
they get married piature ,
stay I and
Mrs. Kennedy, who decides 1 been approached by such sales ng swimming here very snook during their stay.
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Rev. John Stump leaves Friday for San Antonio, what should be done with them.I'I men."The carne up, she explained. nuch. Fishing out of the Isles of Ca.

Texas, to attend the Synod School in preparation for Some presumably are set aside VA does not endorse any "Ernie part to pass said up it ,was so I too went good ahead.a Writers To Air j:the From West Hollywood, Fla,came prl Fishing Lodge were Mr Al
product 1 I project or commercial : Julius Paloskls. They stayed
for the time when a Kennedy Bush and his brother George
his position as Dean of the Synod Leadership School. endeavor for the Bul now I hardly have a minute with the Marlnls last
memorial Is built. profit of In. Social Columns : week and Bush, from Leesburg, Fla. They
take of and
This course will take place the week of July 12th at An estimated three million llvlduala' organizations or cor. to what dPtallsP'care the wedding, Members of the Naples, Writ. gent! a good deal of time fishingind caught their limit of snook ....
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the Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg. persons have visited the grave. 1 I>oratlons, Wilson said. Fortunately, she already had era' Forum of the Air will dls. swimming fore returning home.
Wilson added that the VA nel.. Saturday the John Marlnls en.
comparative few drop Remember that the bookmobile
Only a arranged for her gown In New cuss "Ilow to Write a Society .
mementos on the grave but t her endorses nor condemns Column" at 6:35 o'clot tomor. rtalned Councilman and Mrs. Is due here next WeinesdayJune
BACK FROM JAPAN door-to door solicitations In be. York. avid Mawhlnney and their dauch.tr .
these now total hundreds or j The bride-to-be also mentioned row night over the local radio 24, between the marinas
After two years teaching at Itazuke Air Force Base thousands. 'half of veterans. Those who BUS.ect that the wedding will take place station. Lois from Mlramar, The
claims made In such councilman' and his family spent
in Japan, Hilary Hartter is in Naples to spend the summer Some of the tribute with objects the d I I should check with their elloIllvor In the garden of Ernie's Bever Panel members will be Warren t II'le weekend at the Coifing Bur.aneer .
obviously are brought Erlrksen Lou Mason and .
Doris
ly Hills home with a reception News From
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hartter Last Intention of leaving them. Oth. at
summer Hilary travelled extensively in the Far East, the era are spontaneous, like theglove '11m liar community organization following started as an Intimate ceremony Use panel. ) moderator_ ... ,o I the Isles for the day,

removed and dropped on. --- has expanded a! with most County RecordsMARRIAGES
Philippines Malay States India and Kashmir. En route
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to the grave by a woman.A LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP-More the latest count
weddings, being >>.
home Hilary stopped in Anaheim, Cal., to see her sister, group of pupils from a than 30 college students through- 200. All of Ernie' McHale's ,

Mrs. Russell M. Houlihan, Mr Houlihan any their five Richmond Va., school trooped ,out the country are nonpayinilubicribcrs Navy crew are Invited "I Licenses Issued
slowly past. When they were to "Glock'sGlorious know, because I addressed nil
children.In Lester
Jerome Marko and Lot.
found five.
a
gone, attendants Almanac of Useful '' said Ethel.
Gabby College the envelopes,
the fall Hilary has another Interesting assignment.She dollar bill. Clipped to It was a Information." Her mother and father are tie Walker Anderson, Naples

will teach in Wethersfield, England, which is about note Memorial contributed Library to the at Cam.Ken. The weekly Utter is put to- here from New York for the Evle CHANCERY Norman Osteen DOCKET vs Clar.

30 minutes from London. bridge.nedy iciherby Milton Clotk at his own wedding, and they'll be Joinedby nee Rupert Osteen Divorce.
Ethel's daughter, marriedand I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taffe 16th Avenue South, hada formal There floral are, pieces.of course Most the of expense.After his son and daughter left the mother of two, and ason / i A Tom COMMON Logan's LAW plumbing DOCKET Co.,

family reunion for two weeks. Capt. Hank Taffe was them come from organizations, I for college, they wanted to keep a theater arts major at Inc., versus Ralph Bostlik. ,

here from Meridian, Miss. He Is a jet instructor with the from church groups from visit. Hack of their high school chums, Carnegie"Gee, I Tech don't Honeymoon know," said suit for damage
ing foreign statesmen or diplo. 10 Clock offered his home .. a c Ronald C. Hunter versus D.
U.S. Marines. Ethel. "I've to be back at
matlc missions.But clearing house for their letters, got Webster (Hull suit to collect
Mr and Mrs. Jack Taffe, with Tricia and Amy, were and To work on the picture the; Monday commission.
a child passes by get on the mailing list,eachitudent after the wedding. And Ernie

also here. When they returned to Clinton Mich., Patty drops a single flower on the must write at lets one has to start his series July 27. .1 I

Taffe accompanied. Patty just graduated from Naples grave. letter every eight weeks We still hope to get to Japan,
The military mementos start. Glotk then ,dits the letters but I haven't been able to take rr !
High School, and will take secretarial courses at Cleary ed on the day of Kennedy's bur. ,I and includes the gist of each in my shots because I don't want Middy

College in Clinton. lal. A sergeant of the Army h I four page, mimeograph sheet to get a reaction and hold up the j r

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Johnston and their sons, Tommyand picture." i I ,., fI BlousesRed

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and brought with them Mr. Johnston's mother, Mrs. State Dinner '.

Johnston.A Y tl
Mary I
at ? Today In Hawaii
few weeks ago Mrs. Johnston's sister Miss Carol i

White, was here so she accompanied them north to I ti For Lynda Bird fftJj

Manchester, Ohio. The Johnstons also visited in St. HONOLULU (AP) Lynda i

:lair Shore,_ Mich., while they were away. here Bird from Johnson her four.day was to tour return of 1 4 L' y' j' --,

Hawaii's Islands today for a ,/ rl

.'i date dinner given by Coy JohnA. .. .(' .,
Johnsons Fly his brother, attended the din. Burns ......
ner. The attorney general and
Adlil E. Stevenson, ambassador The slim 20.eaNcld daught.er --
To Dinner For to the United Nations, both of of President Johnson Is wind. -
whom arrived at the hotel after Ing up a visit to the 50th state.
Tuesday she toured the 13.mll ., .. "-'
Johnson, were cheered by the -
Mrs. KennedyNEW guests. lip of Kilauea volcano on Ha. NEA Telephoto
wall Island and shopped with
Actor Fredric Much and actress TAKES HAWAIIAN TRIP- Bird Johnson
YORK (AP)-President Florence Eldrldge his the aid of a Secret Service es. -Lynda received
,
the 'Congressional delegation from Hawaii at the White
.
and Mr. Johnson, accompaniedby cort for a muumuu dress.Miss .
of the late
several Washington ffignl.Urlts wife, read favorite some pres.Ident's from .. Johnson tried on severalof House prior to leaving for their home state to address the

new her Tuesday night Shakespeare, Irish passage poetry and the shift dresses In a Kallua. Second Little Conference on Children and Youth. Thepreudentt White
and attended a dinner la honor from Kennedy's In. lona shop and each time turnedto daughter got a farewell kin from one of them ,

of Mrs. John F. Kennedy. quotations augural address and speeches. -r '. the Secret Service escort forMs Sen. Daniel K Inouye. Hawaii.. & Blue

The dinner at the St. Re. Because of the press of White opinion She finally selecteda .
fl. Hotel alto wa a tribute to business, Johnson was red muumuu with a sunburst -
Mew York area trustee of the not House sure until late Tuesday design that the agent had ap. 25% Off on Expert Hair $3.98

John F. Kennedy Memorial LI. whether he could make the trip. proved.T Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Frosting

brarj University.Mrs. to be. built near Harvard They today.returned to Washingtonearly ::1. --- I ., This tttrk Special! Other sleeveless styles, tool

Kennedy sat next to _. Permanent
Johnson at the dinner, attended GIFT AND THE BRIDE are shown\\ at a bridal lilt cream puffs the pro, >

by ZOO vests and given by Mr. EIK>l nt "..c. up" a good shower given in honor of Miss Pat Geitz who became fuon.1, way don'l slice off Wave R,25M$1Z.50IlKluW Bettys9Inc.

and Mr,. Stephen Smith of New deal of tit when 'h'. being fried. the bride of George Maxwell a week ago the tops' stake s hole in the Half Cut *. Ityl

York city, the late prllld.nt"brotlleriWaw Start wrath shout a quartet cup of Sunday. The shower was given by Mrs. D. R. bottom of each, using a small '
U'll. New Han
oil in e large skillet shop knife, fill a pastry bag Tn Mi Aunty Cut! Makes your set .
and sister. Mrs. TCtetabte smite layer of rsiplant Power Mrs. W. Roy Smith and Mrs. Jim Smith with thick ihocolaie-rtavortd ,t ill .-:ler and keep the frill out of your permanent
Johnson sat at another table. for a Ftralnlne Fashions
. Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy, the slices; WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
Aveaie 8oIt"I
Ute president' mother, and needed. Or use butter or mart, cake cookies and punch were served to the pip the filling into the cream SB) rifta

Atty. Cm. Robert F. Kennedy, fine instead of oil. 25 friends of the bride who were present. pud through the bottom holts, 117 fifth+ Are M _Mini" Ml ,.,.M


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WEDNESDAY JUNE 17, 1964 RAY CROMLEY '

H I Washington Correspondent
!I. Enterprise Assn.
d Newspaper
:
A Dark Day For Small Counties pda

;: iVAS1fINGTON-INEAI\-Newest U.S. strategy for Southeast -

Asia: hold up on attacking North Viet Nam; instead to
Reapportionment of the Florida Legislature that would plaY the Soviet Union and Red China
for gambit
amounted to $68,715 with $6,596 held a and North Viet Nam.
I \ other in Lao
along lines laid down this week by against each
by the SRD for use at county direction. US use of force In North Viet Nam now might pull Russ
the U. S. Supreme Court requiring .Itr Mao together
and Red China1!
Collier Khrushchev
County's share of race track reason
membership In both the House and Senate Southeast Asian policy. American diplomats So !the
funds amounted to around $200,000 last being shelved
.the North for the
to be based population- mry-the-war-to
entirely on threatnlit
year. Loss of any portion of this, as r present kept ready as a ( could be pulled off (the
would be a devastating blow to small
well as any decrease in gasoline tax receipts shelf at a moment noUce.1tt
counties of the state of which Collier
,
would have to be made up from S. STRATEGISTS ARE PRETTY WELL CONVINCED the

County is one. the pockets of local taxpayers.This I Ir soviet Union (though anti-American) can't afford to have Red

Have no doubt about it, if reapportionment will probably be the dollars '.' .' KKK China gain paramount influence over Southeast Asia Our
is carried the Court Indicated want to encourage that attitude.
out as r GENCE diplomatic anners
eight counties can control the and cents result of reapportionment along Y / g Ls /; A six.nation conference on Laos of the type proposed by

lines suggested by the Supreme Court. ( Soviet Union, Poland Can-
state. Broward, Dade, Duval, Hillsbor- Residents of Florida's eight adaaln dialandeLaosBwouldput) Russia In an inside leadership -

ough, Palm Beach, Orange and Pinellas largest counties position and leave Red China l outside and fuming. So
undoubtedly feel well justified in the United State Is backing these talks.
Counties have combined population, :4i t117k
a
wonting a larger share of these two tax / But one trouble with the Russians, as U.S. policymaker

according to the 1960 census, of well sources. But small county residents can J aee the situation, is that they lack the courage to really buck

over three million people. The Florida a i u the Red Chinese.
population In 1960 was given as not be blamed for resisting any changethat ycrPHILOSopffr So when the conference convenes, the United States hopes\\

will cost them dearly when tax time to put the Russians on the spot as one of the two chief cosponsors -
4,951,560.. This means the eight counties rolls around. >, of the Laotian neutrality treaty. Our diplomats will\

should be able to out vote the remaining '+ ; OF ... /r' s produce series of detailed aerial photographs showing cchi-
No one, not even small resi- VI violations the Pathet
county elusive evidence of treaty by Lao, the
59 counties about 3 to 1 or more in
dents, denies that the thickly populatedareas Red Chinese and the North Vietnamese.

some If Instances.these eight counties control both of the state deserve a larger por. %; ; GETTING THESE PICTURES WAS the real reason for put.

the House and Senate it is reasonableto tion of these two taxes but not as k'L ting reconnaissance planes into Laos; the Lao neutralist and
,
much as they probably will attempt to 4% conservative armies had been unable to supply the proof
that immediate efforts will be
expect take. Americans believed necessary to influence world opinion

made to change the complicated formula dramatically.U.S. .
The Supreme Court still must ruleon diplomats believe the Russians wouldn't be happy
for distribution of the gasoline taxes
-
a Florida reapportionment suit that $ :: about being exposed Internationally as openly backing mill.
and, probably, a dia&tic change in dis- should come before it In the distant tary takeover of tiny Asian Laos by foreign (North Met-
tribution of race track taxes. In the latter not too "" ., names and Chinese) Communists after sponsoring neutral-!
.y. 'Y ,
case, every county In the state regard future, which probably means no j F---: == == =: = =: : ;7:9: : ty treaty-especially when this take-over i Is against Russian

drastic changes will take place until the Interests. I
less of size or population now receivesan Court hands down its decision. 1 This exposure would hurt Khrushchev hopes to be

equal share of the race track tax. WASHINGTON ANJtnS..M."Alt : Today. considered the champion of small independent countries in 1
However, in view of the decision Africa and elsewhere in the world.
In the formulas for allotting
Any change '
issued this week to other states con- BUSINESS"V WashingtonFROM I
these tax receipts would mean cerned with .. .. AT THE SAME TIME IT WAS PUSHING the picture evidence -
an immediate increase in the ad valoremtax reapportionment, it can only CWIISONHAHDHAitnougn : THEASSOCIATED the United States would give the Russians motive to

toad of small residents. For be a matter of time until the Court prob- PRESS play ball and see that the truce is observed or watch the

county ably will rule along the same lines for United States take military steps. The United States will not
instance, the county fiscal agent tells us dramas of past take action ao man can work. specify to the Russians what those military steps would be
that Collier County has never used ad Florida. play war about are popular, why not a seeCommander WASHINGTON (AP-In the If the Russians should go along and were successful they
a future The new from
The war. (wrathfully) Major Washington
Supreme Court decision this would gain prestige In Southeast Asia (while leaving the door
valorem road Scene: Somewhere In
taxes for secondary con- America watch you aubverslve alto WASHINGTON (AP) The
week reflected a drastic change from its in the paneled field headquarters tudes. We are at war. If you State Department say "there open for continuing native Communist fighting and for less
struction or maintenance. Financing for usual findings the of an advance GHQ in the don't restrain your extreme Is no truth in published reportsthe blatant but nevertheless serious penetration of Laos from
this work has accrued to the county during past few years. War on Poverty. Behind the radical viewpoint I shall haveto United State favors Unionof North Viet Nam)

through its share of gasoline tax. Last It found, in this case, for the majority- Sector I Commander at his Circassian courlmartlal" you. Next report. Cyprus with Greece.A .
walnut field desk i .
a
instead of the .
minority.It statement Tuesday by Uiu
Collier 'county received from this iramea mono see
year The of
Best
,
Boyle
be Ask not dersecretary of State George W.
may some time before the
source well over $750,000 not count- what can "Major Z. air Poverty in my Ball, who has just returned
effect of the Court's ruling this,, weekcan you salient largely due leather from
ing a considerable amount that remainsin do for your craftsmen only working about an urgent peacekeeping BY HAL 80YLE
be accurately assessed. But Indica- country; ask mission to Greece and Turkey,,
the hands of the State Road Depart- instead what day per week due to inability said that the U.S. I
tions it will mark dark to compete with product Imported governmentis
are a day for residents -
ment to be used at the direction of the the U. S from low labor wage not supporting any specific NEW YORK (AP) Ir you
County Commission. The county's share of Florida's small counties of Treasury can" Yugoslavia. People would like solution for the Cyprus question. plan to stay In the social swim, don't overlook this oneMeas.ure .
which,, Collier Is still do for you to have some tariff protection." "But the United States does now Is the time to start plan. Your Mattress Month.
of gasoline tax in April of this year County one. In order of feel And wha-.. I rIM -.vnro V.. Inboth' nine your a tlvltles for the sec. Also noteworthy In Searcher

rank around Commander "If your people capitals Is that the solu.tlon ond half of the year. are National Dog Week, Nation.al .
him. seated
in leather upC.. W. Harder have those Ideas, yen are not Is urgent," Ball added. The schedule Is a full one. Sweater Week, National Fire.
bolstered properly educating them. You "That solution should be found Still to be observed this month place Week, and National Bare
campaign chair are
the deputy commander, bat- must explain to these people by agreement of the parties." are Father's Day, National Bow foot Freedom Week.
I i 1 I K talion comrnander, A* curtain that Ul .cationtoppo..., Com- WASHINGTON '(AP-lt took Tie Week, a total eclipse of the We don't know your plans for
ut11 eti sa'y rise*, Major X ia reporting munism," and "anythlag that more than: tWo week for the moon, and Save''. Your City October, but we're conCff rat.
; ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS see would deprive Communist Boston postofflce to complete'the Week. Ing on Be Kind to Customer

"Sir, all It would take to keep Yugoslavia of American Dollars more than two million "first July begins, not Inappropriate. Month, National Sore the Morse
this family off poverty la permission would be. Next a big victory"forCommunism. flay of issue" cancellations for ly, with a festival for 'the most Week, National Honey, Pop t>rn
to grow Just five more Report. the John F. Kennedy memorial famous citizen" of Bridgeport and Wine weeks, International

: .:> acres of cotton." see postage stamp. Conn., the late Phineas T. Bar. Whale Watching Week, and
see "Major Q sir Many poverty The Post Office Department num, who once cautiously ob. World Poetry Day. These, we
Deputy: "That's ridiculous would stricken old people In my area said Tuesday that although the 'served, "There's a sucker born feel, will keep us from going to
Is this family Communists be comfortable, as their
,
something or children could help them if stamp went on sale May 29,
seeCommander they could take credit on their cancellations were not complet You may also want to take al Crossbow Tournament.In .
i" (sternly) "Deputy Income tax for such help with ed until June 15. i I some part in National Hot Dog November we have Na
we don't use such term." out having to prove that their The record 2,003,096 cancellations i I and National Odor Control tional Raisin Bread Month,

Deputyi "Sorry sir, lost my ,, contributions equalled half surpassed the previous :Month, Let' Play Tennis Week Warren G. llarding's birthday,
head. Meant are they Birchers, their parents support.:' record of 1.6 million first-day i and ceremonies honoring D. 1.. National Dish Cloth Month, As.

-- --- or something Commander) seeCommander cancellations of the New York I U Zamenhof, whose claim to paragus Week, Holidays Are
"That's better But I agree the rising( wrathfully World's Fair stamp issued on I f tame Is that he founded Esper. Pickle Days, National Indies!
f CA request la fantastic How can slapping boot. with riding April) 22. lion Week, and National Pros.
yMn itt we war on poverty If people are crop; "Enough, I've heard anto, the second International perlty Week.Naturally .
permitted to do things them- enough. Gentlemen you mustesllie language. The first International
,....., Christmas shop
rivet? Next report; language
we are at war with was money. ping will
keep you pretty busy
A, see poverty. And this war effort people Coming up in August are Na. during most of December but
1 Major Y sir Have case cannot be Impeded by people tlonal Clown Week, National ,
where man Is starving to death helping' themselves. hate war, In the Sandwich Month, the annlver. you might put a red pen'll
doing odd jobs. But he I I. a but I hale logic more. There U ""C nary of the arrival of Ponce de mark under Dec. 21. That'll re.
Journeyman mechanic with only I one weapon to win this I I Leon Ind you not to forget National
news In Puerto Rico and the
three firms wanting to hire war the V.S. Treasury And 1 'birthdays Flashlight and Battery Inspec.
him but union will of Herbert Hoover, tlon
not permit I warn you, gentlemen, any Day.
It Recommend National Labor Ideas to the contrary are tree.sonable Benjamin Harrison and Buoy One last event on the calen.
Relations Board be asked toM ." By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS P. bong Perhaps you'd also dar _
( > N.IHi.l. Kftrt.Ho I.Nl.. |.......,| ftnlm. SAN FRANCISCO (!PrAetor better make a memo now to peculiar you may want to skip a
Sterling Hayden was fined play a tune for National Act'or. custom traditionally!
observed
IIIj $220 and placed on Dec. 31 In Japan.
on probation fora dlon Week.
j j jIII : '.. .,,,: ; ,4)1 ; .;/. year Tuesday for partlclpat. September That Is the day when JapanesePay
"... .. :_*..: :. promises to be a up all
< <, ".. .. : .' ing In a civil rights demonstration 30.day reign of Joy. It Is Youth their bills so they
can
1 at a San Francisco automobile Month, Home Quiet Month, from start debt. the new year free

U agency last March. Home Sweet Home Month, Na.
= RAW. WAS .IIARR Hayden who had pleaded "no tlonal! Better Breakfast Month The Idea has never caught on
In this
IIIGLuedC' M ,::1 I I'I 1 EvAsIVc At. AL contest" to a charge of tres. National Flapjack Month and- country,
: elOTtp.8AT5ROS" passing, was warned by Muni.

3III .\(, :U. t'urunc v S t II I't A G R I f- cipal Judge Leo Freldman to

". W. ixpecttd a little settling tort ." oNo 1.m till t'umih'I" ::1'COlli gllolclle mUll S 0 S I Co I't I T I ION rights avoid taking demonstration part In while any he civil ton s
APt. Go I A I't T Stamps In The News
4.tatlut 1'rolIl5por. :2b nears Spolll ul'S PACE LOP. .. probation.

FireworksA I. Yf.Nightuwdy: ALP H ABET Alp A CANBERRA (AP) Sir Rob. AP Newsreofure 1

di illfp :3U. t.ood tl.h L t E. LAG A Nit M ert Menzles. 74.,prime mlninster By STD KRONISH

recent comment in the press on the veal that Incompetence, weak minue- 11. lIidluloUI J2.: t1)11I1 A x l S I A e A N G 01 Aiunruia, leaves oy plane DOWN through the
current wave of buiinen prosperity ment and lack of experience arc primary U itut 1111I11I111 f. S E R T 0 N T I N E I Friday for Washington and talks IIluUratlOn\ ages postage stamps have hon
made the point that even with our naUon'I causes. 15: t'uuulw: ': 33till cnrd'lIllIe' D E S K E N D N C R with President Johnson. or battle scenes mustached' ; l naliun.lheros.

economy to buoyant more than In any cue, to far the tats. In num 111,0uwhule, animals. rocket ships government
5,000 companies have failed this year hers of failures, have achieved no dlitlnctlon. 301. Sonic 'SOLUTION 00 YESTERDAY'S ?U2Il g I NEW YORK (AP) Actor other. postage buildings/ and even
so far The remarkable lb.tp nW,d 3 .sne 15 t Richard Burton, who says "I've when .t.mp" Thu""tfiinn 'It 'il a welcome addition. .
disclosure 1* U. IJule. the
Ii it always fair to look at the reverse In the continuous> high level of \ 5u,1 II. 'i'r.1ua.1qIT. been a bleeder all my life," .IA,. .._ .Au.trian.. h Postal Denar.men ice,,. .an- ,
of a bright coin yet even the failure business Incorporation., new OIlJI'\1 o.. 36. Fgvp1 I 110\\1: !9. l1c1ud.. has announced that he's setting i "ales| ." Yes, a new
running 13,309
record of 1984 has been a Improvement to lasso cr more I month for the thought dancing girt 1. t'0I1r\ 10. SloIlC up a fund to finance research ".''lling sUmp honurin'lhe rcOrrn.n ,
over recent yean. While It la This, and the contrail in the iteadjr pu''fir. 18.I'IIUlleoif 3i. limos :1. !halters s IIhl'1'6 on hemophilia. of he hbion, halt fir
the
true that up to May, 9,208 business firms decline in failure, form a quiet fact 19.11.11101'1 of a 36,11 loIu, "lloC dl\'fu 1:1.rrull: rout There is no known way to cure association f Arch'teu,
were reported by Dun It Bradstreet aa about which nobody hoot* off fire r.lrooid, :39! Iullrnlll'' 3. Inolctll e 13. ('ulupusa or control the blood disorder. Palmers and Sculpr ihow .
falling, there has been a steady drop in 'orkyet it doe eem worth any eel.. :20. Decade l llure' 01. Spolr Ref21,1t'htdmill f'lInl1nl' hy GUIlav Kliml, called'

the average for this four-month period brating.-Th, fiddle Survey, (N.Y.) : 010. Sinner '5, ruu stud nit I. CANBERRA, Australia (AP) "The kiss," and rraturell I man
ever since 1981, a year when I recession 10111 U. !Iudv b Sis.lxl! I obli t dad -Quote of the day; Manager ready--10 plant a king on the ,
ended. In 1982, up to May, more than :ll.: \\\'nl I lIoinulroll 7 lend 19.! 1u11nuchursrbjXk 1 Brian Epstein of the rock 'n' 01 I beautiful lips.

8.200 businesses had failed; up to the Hand It to NASA! 44.IIrxp C"IUr\ YLturroded:; roll Beatles, told newsmen he ins 'u a representative om.n.Thep.m, 488!
tame date last year, B.J25, and this year 11: lImcr rejected a $1 million advertising vienesse. Secession or the

the total did down again. In their scientific determination not I 1 J 4 J a 1 e f ,0 2" llmc guucby offer for the quartet, and ex. 'I. eurre rtjr on view period and
It has been argued alto, however that to contaminate other bodies in spacewith 0 plained: "There is just so much AU'U'I.n Gallery nn.ThJ
llibilltlti of failure now run higher earth microbes, experts with the 'I II IJ 93. Ingei:: ::iiI money young people can exhibition ttv i
than they did before the I960, and thl National Aeronautic and Space Administration YT hrdnIwxT spend" Around entitled -Vienna
1* true. :28. i'rrcus.kuUlalruxl.llt 1900," offers .
Average liabilities, indeed have are considering a bin on / IS I. henefrl l a eompre
crept up .t.adlly.lrom $41,000 ten year baths for the technicians who will workon ; croat section. of this
ago to $83,000 lilt year. One reason isn't spacecraft designed for planetary ,,1 t/ 15 IC :II! itklgrdphrrto COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Period.In ease
bird to deduce namely the greater travel. : order to keep the ltader. of
Investment required to start a busbies It seems that right after taking a bath I' II S ulMaid.. see PuklltlMd I.' i.r*.y.,slly.:In the"C.p4 iftcraoon Mond.y ky this column up to date on new

today than was neceuary la 19S9.Another human beings scatter more germ 7 If If Mad! IIrwl' the trw,Clli 741 .Twelfth r County A...Publnhln IHI%. Isut*. Ca Hal 4 United rr'Qu."t sl.,-.-.- :.._.........._..uv.__,_._._, ._
notable fact la, however, that around than If they hadn't bathed. / / 31. \'ut. sue .p'!I.e. fl... UM. Mal addr.ea P. 0. -Iu1mg"' on upcoming The United Arab Republic r.
even with thl* steep rise In average They're turned loose by the wishing ,,/1'/1. /11 I'll S2U."untbrh' I l ... 'I camp will be! ,ivelt. A. err issued a new ID-null eomme
I
liabilities the number of business failures away of body oils or something.So 1// ...rdlrllel) departmwlta.sul.eelpthil lp4wm.Midway' HIM tar .all.. iOlllty ) the New Jamey maths stamp honoring "Th
with llablllUe above $100,000baln" to the adventure and glamor of J. I" Jl I JJ I, r"e'lI1elllr1 pent Mite Diversion Canal It
earsnemora
Day.
varied sharply during the l 60i. space travel we are now to add bath- 36.lllree.und: ftattt7 J1y tiv will )be slued On foundation has
Over the put four years, tile weekly less jobs for the ground crews. That Jf JS J' sfahs I Carrier e* mult, Myikl* .U >I IS It Eliabsd ale Jun. already been U
average of these financially' heavier .......... really looking ahead in this matter or )1I thence ........ ,. Ir.t d
One !
failures has ranged narrowly most of the spare recruitment. We can't imagine a 1J Jd n seas TKr Montatat 7s. '. .* on July n sump will be issued completed on the project by

time between 38 and 42. And this 1* the small boy anywhere who won't decide >M. Churclutg: Member er The AmMtetat Prn. CeohlCh )the;: I' Car.OI\ City New 1970. The upstream pert of the
more surprising when you consider> thltexptl't promptly and Irrevocably that the 4' N fL to entltta! tpchttnily. to .,illo&a! but dam which will block the rlv.teheMel
apace (or ot ill toeX cI.le, aplofta
"" repralicaMS|
I
i. of the
\ main dam
analyses of failure, based on the proll'l1Ithll thing for him when hegrowi 4J U. ns item pelyded In WM paper ,, ul': the" pert
opinion of Informed creditor and data up..-THe Ledger-Star (Norfolk. '/ 1/ 0- .s U. Eyahetk ?01.* e. ell AP aewe e"petcA.egew.d ".Orr Shakespeare C0fmnemwa. and wilt be completed in 1961.
in Dun 4 Bradstreet credit report, re- Va.) s* MI* fleet mtt.r M UaYCI Doctas, AmOoddard. The new sump depict the High
Poe + tsxgudge tM f>-i Oif*. n N flerM. IIIIIC ,,
lime 2j 19111.U/ "' -'e wrter Art a* M.reh.t. Rot>ert H. Dam after its completion

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Over Publix 5-2

; ened strike of(AP National)-The League threat SPORTS

umpires on July 3 has laded and

18-6 more than half of the 20 dissatisfied . . . . . . . . .
Romps arbiters will call them as

they see them In a July 6 pen

slon peace parley in New York. 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, Jane 17, 1964
Stone and Stone added
shorthanded a fifth-Inning The squabble by the National ,
Builders still got enough rues run on an error and Lester League Umpire Association took

to defeat Publix Market 5-2. tiles' single.Schultheis a temperate twist Tuesday

in a men's Softball league con pitched six-hit when its Chicago attorney said Sam Snead

test last night. tee, walked six, and struck out 11 men In blue would confer Facing Long

Stahlman Property Maintenance six. Loser Rex Polly gave up with the league executive com

remained In a first-place six hits to Stone. Pease and mlttee the day before the All

tie with Stone In the second- McCormick were the only bat btu York, baseball game in New Odds In U.S. Open MeetWASHINGTON

half standings when Stahlman ters with two hits each. e
The two sides will considerthe
trounced Tropics Drive Inn Tropics had a rough first
demand
umpires' for in
18-6, In the second game Inning committing three out- from (AP) Ever 1 scored 71 In practice Tuesdayand
creasing $200 to $300 a
last night.Stahlman. field errors and two more in year their pension for each since Sam Snead buried his had two straight birdies on
year 100th tomato can full of money, the back nine.
will battle Publix\ the Infield to help Stahlmanscore of service

(In the 7:30 first game Thurs 12 runs. There were 10 On May 26, the association people have been saying" that Palmer, who won the Mastersand
"this Is his last chanl" to win
wants the the
Open as sec.
day evening at Cambler Park. hits In this big Inning IncludIng rejected NL President Warren
the U.S. Open, the one golf title ond leg on the grand slam
pro ,
Stone meets Tropics In the 9:15 home runs by Jim Wheelerand Giles' offer of a $250 pension that has always got away. shot 71 Tuesday' and said
nightcap.Both Buddy Forsythe two compromise and set July 3 as
singles .
That
was many tomato rans he was putting poorly as he
contests yesterday were by Claude Cothron and a deadline" for "appropriate action ago was before the Masters start

decided In the first Inning. Stone double by Bill Banter :,': generally Interpreted asa Snead Is In his 24th consecutive ed. l
walkout.
.
got four first-Inning runs and Tropics got two runs backIn SAFE y.- The umpires' attorney JohnJ. Open at the Congressional
made them stand behind the first Country Club
up on a single by J.D. starting Thursday
Reynolds, disclosed at a news Chances Dim For
the pitching of An Schulthels. Askew and triples by Charles conference: and there is one fellow In the ,

Stone had only seven playersat Barley and Bud Shlmer. For- SLIDING ACROSS with Naples' first run is Jimmy Haynes, as Wau- 1, That Giles, in behalf of the field time that who the says 52.year.old that this Is slam the Citrus Open Golf
the start of the and sythe tripled to send In a Stahl National
game League, requested that
chula catcher Dale Gilliard stretches in vain for wild throw in third mer could break at
played with eight In the last man run In the second and In all of the umpire association of* through Meet In Spring
four Innings. the third Hartter singled In two inning of American Legion baseball game Monday at Cambier Park. titers, plus the National League last.Snead's

Stone's runs Ballance In Naples won, 3-2, scoring two more runs after Haynes' marker in third three.man crew working the booster Is Jack Nick LAKELAND (AP) Chances_
first-Inning upris- Foy tripled
laus, the 24year.old Ohio Gold. are dim for a $100,000 Florida
inning. Umpire is Glenn Stanley. (NEWS photo) All-Star meet with the
ing was cut short by the two another and Bob Hartnett game,
sing- _H_ en Bear, who rates high on the Citrus Open golf tournamentnext
VL Executive Committee 8.
automatic outs caused by the led July list of favorites, himself. spring.
2. That
lineup being two men snort. In the fourth. Tropics scored * * * * In the air or on the ground. the umpires, pending"suspended"this parley their "This course gives Snead his The tournament has been pro.

Three walks and singles by twice on two errors and Detailed listing of double plays July 3 terminal date for nego best chance to win In many, posed to the Florida Citrus

Harry BIckford. Buck Flowers doubles by Askew and Rollle has been eliminated. The new tiatlons many years" Nicklaus said. Commission as a means of promoting .

and Ernest McCormick resulted Rice. Shimer stole home In GAME boxes contain hitting and pit- 3. That the conclusions of the "It calls for long drives, but Florida citrus. But the

in four runs. the fifth for another Tropics ,; IDavid I ching details but fielding apparently NL Executive Committee-composed there Is plenty of fairway so commission's budget committee,

Publix got a run back In the run. Stahlman gave up seven By 0 Is not Important anymore of John Holland of the they don't all have to betraight facing up to declining revenues,
s .
third on a walk and David hits In the five-Inning game. it TIME Chicago Cubs, Bill DeWitt of the "A decided Monday that the moneyisn't
good long Iron player will available to finance the
Lyon Cincinnati Reds and John Me.
Pease's and narrowedthe One of the
triple Everyone except Jim Wolf participated most objectionablenew (do well. And putting will not be tournament.
Stone lead to .-2 In the In the Stahlman 17- features of the box score Hale of the Milwaukee Braves- 'as, Important as It Is In some It voted to recommend to the
will be to full Na.
fourth when Mike VanHall singled hit barrage off Fred Schmucker. Major league batting aver- runs are reflected in, the box Is listing the number of home tlonal League reported meeting a prior to other tournaments, because commission next Friday that the

In Lama Adams. But Schul- Forsythe Ballance three ages have declined In recent score alterations. runs a player has for the sea- Aug. 15. many players in the field won't idea be deferred until next year.

theta stopped Public after that, hits each. years with players hitting under Fans used to get their morn- son. This should not be the 4. That If the executive com be reaching these long hnl-sire E-t It left a tiny hope that the

,320 winning champion- Ing paper and see a box score province of the box score but mlttee flatly rejects the umpire two. When everybody Is on In tournament will be held next

ships. To give batters' aver- that looked like thief t tC""AGO of the story above It. The box pile for the $300 yearly pension two, it's a putting contest spring, with limited commission'

Baseball ages an artificial boost the ought to be concerned only with setup "we'll have to decide our "You put all that together and support.
New YO" It
pretty well describes Sllead'agame The committee authorize1
sacrifice aerate Mr5N the one next step..
& fly rule was exhumed game.
"
I : Londl.1 a 111 I"hok 0' a I I t The National League Umpires doesn't It? George T. Cason of Orlando
a couple from the Wfl it IesaeMina11Ie' Listing of seasonal numberof
years ago Of course It also describes chairman
:, of the golf subcommittee .
< Ml I I M Mnrlt rl I COO Association has no counterpart
grave where It had been put Wo rt x 4111 Wonllt.. ClHnntM 5111 homers Is a further conces- Nicklaus' game too. And to see If he tan line
In whose up
the American
Roundup in 1939 after an unsatisfactory oblcnon It rl 1 I I M I M t TrmA blew lltlNlcholMlt II : : r ? sion to the glorification of the umpires this spring League got ,a boost Arnold Palmer's. And almost other organizations to provide

? THE ASSOCIATED MttSfl one-year experiment. II till I Hnwoftf C f I I 1 home run, which has been a nobody else's.Nlcklaus funds to underwrite the tourru.
McCrow I lb j Ptpllono' lb 11 e e from $lSOto $250 yearly in their
By MIKE RATHET Meanwhile the National Under this rule, a player Is M ntrlntv. C 11 f I U f I lint Jh 11 IIIMartM long-run detriment to the game. pension plan. and Palmer, as usu. ment.

a Associated Press Sports Writer League leading Philadelphia not charged with a time at bat c 0 I/' e 0 l lodovtr Downing 0 ': IIIWllhelm IIIKrtutnr tI t tYesterday's al, are the main objects of at. Cason's time Is limited. The

"If some of the young kids Phillies edged the Chicago Cubs when he hits a fly ball that / MM Stallortf/ I I I I' I tentlon among the field of 150 commission has only until July

t' come through-like that young 4.2 and moved one game in permits a runner on third baseto Mom'ham/ MM MMTttlll MikkiUM 1111oXun who start teeing off at 6:43a.m. 1 to Inform the Professional

91 i Warren Spahn-l feel we will front of the San Francisco Giants score after the catch. It V 14 > Tft.lt M IIIIUln Madison Square EST Thursday over the Golfers Association whether It

have a good club." who lost to Cincinnati 94. Is contention that of .-Grtu_ sot b"e Ow.nlnl 1ft 4thlbeon 7,053.yard Congressional. wishes to sponsor the tourna.
my most lor 11o\o.111 1ft 7'h' eWIkedm' The course Is the longest ever
Warren ment.
said
Spahn it. Elsewhere Louis
St. snapped a the time a batter who flies I'M d-Struck cut lee Maul. In Garden *
Stars
Warren Spahn isn't doing it. five-game losing streak by wal. CI.CNew. Boxing used for the Open, but It Is par The budget committee said

The ace Milwaukee lefthand.er loping Houston 7.1 and Pitts out and drives In a run does .. 70.After the commission could lend' Its

d'' oldest player in the majors burgh edged the New York Mete not Intend to fly out. He wantsto v... "..:.. NnN HaMarlin. Will Continue BATTINGi-Ken Boyer,Cardin. another 18 holes Friday, name to the tournament and

It, at 43, showed his age again 2.1 get on base himself.If Nlcholwn. W-A Chicago als, became the first National the field is trimmed to the low promote It through the merchan.
Tuesday night, failing for the a team Is trailing by seven 14.II. New York 171, DP -Ward. Wmtod SO and ties. There are 38 holes using material it distributes
McCrawj HOIUM. Suford and Me. NEW YORK (AP) Boxing Leaguer this seasonslamming a to
s sixth straight time to finish By MURRAY CHASS runs in the ninth Inning and Crow._LOS Chicago t. New York It ", will continue at Madison Square i homer.trlpledouble and single on Saturday the nation's super markets! but

what he started and dropping a Associated Press Sports Writer batter files out for the secondout MR? Monte Hicmrdian.' McCrow Howard, Kroulior Stafford, Garden after Sept. 11, new tele and driving in three runs as St. That's the day when the pres. could give no other financial

51 decision to the Los AngelesDodgerer Now that Mel McGaha has the runner on third scoring HlclwrdKjn.. ff-McNortnty. vision contract or not, Louis snapped five.game losing (sure In this biggest of all golf ;aid.

gotten a rise out of the Kansas after the catch that"doesn't d" '" 'IP_ N fUtlloKrlultor HarrjrMarkSflnJ'martaglng: (, streak bY. deeatlnelloustonI tournaments gets so great' that .:iu1r'"h,. lli
,I And it Just may be that after .- 4 I 1 ,1 I yod'can' almost cut's square foot
City Athletics, will he get raise help the team much. The bat- Wil* ffl L, *) 1111 9 4MOM rector of Garden boxing, aald 7.1. j of It
I' out
of the
a major league career spanning II I I I right air, and
IDowning
today he
from Charles Finley? still hoped to work out: PITCHING Juan Pizarre Legion
credit ,
ter '
r 20 seasons 691 gets anyway because I 3 J 4 ISlollord ,only the steel! .nerved survive.
games and 4,974 McGaha, who succeeded Ed- the rule he sacrificedhis W, Sot 41-J I I I I I a special network to carry the i White Sox, allowed only three
Innings the left said I I I I Twice In his long career,
1) !
arm that has Mlkk..n bouts
die Lopat as manager has beenon on television after the cur. singles in 5-0 first.game victoryover <
I been working effortlessly for so the job only five days, but In time at bat to bring In the Her Iv wilhtlm,' Ptoiiofitl. WPKrtulltr rent contract expires.However Baltimore. The Orioles |Snead has thrown the Open

many years may finally be feel that time the Athletics have meaningless run. ......', loltrnn. Ovwnng, T-I4J, U-McK"y, A-ISUI" ,, Oylok. the fact that no new won the nightcap from the away when he had It won, and AveragesAD
several
on other occasions he
ing the strain. It Is hard to measure Intent network has been
compiled a five-game winning arranged American League leaders 3.1. ,
Spahn, who entered organized streak after losing the first under by watching a player fly out. since ABC said last Decemberthat might have won with a good

baseball with Bradford of the their new field boss. When a player lays down a bunt But starting Monday morn- it would drop boxing, Indl.catea i round here and there.

Pony League in 1940, showed no The surging A'. stormed to to advance a runner to scoring Ing, they appeared like this, that there la a strong pot Although the odds against a AD H R Avg.
signs of slowing down last Snead victory are long, he has Pedro 14 2 6 .42'9
year within one game of ninth placein position, you can tell that the slblllty that regular fight programs .
as he posted a 23.7 record and the American League Tues batter MINNISOTA wAININOTONMrkb on television end been producing consistent golf Hamilton 12 2 4 .333
sacrifice may
clearly meant to -
hit the 20-vlctory circle for the _'. nsrkN. 11."We ,p in practice. He had 70 Monday, Walker 15 3 4 ,261V
day night, whipping Detroit 7.. his time at bat. Most 11..1" II n 15 arl. It f I I Sept.
13th time. But the greatest left and 60. play Olivo rf 5111NlntmC JO sail5.111w still are working on State lr and had three birdies on the Weeks 12 0 3 .250
ers who fly out did not Intendto ]k IIKllltoriw It front nine Tuesday before he
hander In baseball history has The double victory came II 4111 Uowron lb 11Mmcrw setting up a network for Kline 13 2 1 ..0'1'7M.
been running into trouble this fly out, and most so-called If II11 Lock rt 1151 d hacked up the back side for a
hours after Finley announced he sacrifice files Allison !11>>-1' I II I LPPfrl C 1111 boxing, said Markson. 'It League 73. Weeks 5 0 2 ,400F
season. had ripped up contracts of three are not Intention Hall cl .IIIHUArd 41.Goryl I' would be no problem flndln Breeden 3 1 2
has his ft J M 0 Colll.r ) | H. eByTHE Nlcklaus the PGA championwho .667
Spahn brought career players and given them raises. al.The II doll p>Jb fill Chmy MilImmon enough stations across the na.tlon Woodruff 3 1 1 .333
victory total to 335 with five trl.umphs The Kansas City owner cited following Incident occur- 4 1 1 I OuckwarWI M 11 but we must have outletsin ASSOCIATED PRtS$ won the Open In 1962, Koch
4
4111 tlmmor ph l 1 1
Hoot e JillVdintlnt .250
this season but also has shortstop Wayne Causey and red Saturday, and Is meant to Ole' 11 ITtttlt the major markets such as
C added nv.lo'le'or 221 lifetime. 411II I ToMl ttlfta St. Petersburg reclaimed first Sat 4 0 1 .250
illustrate Los
pitchers Orlando Pena and John the foolishness of the Angeles, New York and
Along with the mediocre 5.5 record Wyatt for "the outstanding job sacrifice-fly rules NWCmIm IM IN ItI-f Chicago. They are musts. place in the Florida State Palmer Short Of C. Breeden 7 0 1 .143

goes an even more unlm. they have been doing." Bobby Wine of the Phillies weNpHe NI eMlas "Then you should have cities League Tuesday night with a 3.0 Clark 1 0 1 1.000

preasive 4.32 earned run aver. If their jobs have been out. was on third base and Cookie -Nono I, .Wotnlngtonaa DP-MlnnOMto.' I. 1, lot-Mil such as Philadelphia, Boston, victory over Daytona Beach Cash To Buy Balls Turner 6 0 0 .000

c age standing McGaha's based on Rojas lifted a little foul note AIIIKXI. vorMiioi Olive, Cotiior. St. Louis, San Francisco, New while first-place Fort Lauderdale Boynton 6 0 0 .000
pop MR-Kllltttriw (IX, Hall ((111 keel (t). lost to Lakeland 187.
Orleans
Cleveland
Kansas standards haa Haynes 4 1 0
City Washington .000
WASHINGTON AP Mil.
between first and home. TheMets' AIIIKH III): SK-MoN. KonntdY.IP In other It Miami ( ) -
been amazing. When he and Pittsburgh as well as the games was llonalre Arnold Palmer Stoner 4 0 0 .000
F S catcher and first baseman N a at sate smaller 11.1 over Tampa and Sarasota roll'sIIlI.tlme
assumed control of the Athleticslast cities.
Moss 2 0
week, McGaha said he both took off after the ball, Koof;,v W.L. .i I 1-1 4 I t I I IChtr { Even with the current televl. 4.2, Orlando 1.9111 a doublehead. waa temporarily leading money embarrassed winner, Team 115 13 27 0 .000
LMgwM gouts .235
and nobody covered home. The DiKkwvrln mt'IIr" 1 : j er.
planned nothing drastic.A CId"k.: J slon contract calling for fights Tuesday when he went out to
del' k five-game Athletics winning first baseman made the catch ," .... -I I I I j I IHa'I. every week only about one of The Lakeland Tigers scored 11 practice for the National Open

:- streak Isn't drastic; It's down. and Wine scored easily So Duckworth IGorylH by teal every two shows originated 1 In runs In the eighth inning and !Tournament.He .
Tier many ,_.. shocking. The flurry marks credit for "y IlleIlik (Iinwnormont. Wf the Garden. The big arena is I bombed the Fort Lauderdale
right sacri-
Rojas
a
got -Chwwy1tl-t 41 A-* .35'. didn't have 63 cents In his Colo. (AP) Mike
buffs who claim that the since last otherwise Yankees out of the top spot In
time
the first July fice fly. occupied with basketball pocket to pay for a bucket of I Kelley, Colorado State College
Entice hackles band, Kansas City has won more than The sacrifice-fly rule shouldbe Some admittedly dead wood hockey, Ice shows and the League. Barrie Williams led j practice balls. I first: baseman and catcher j

circa 1910. was the beat three in a row. At that time, purged from the sanctity of has been eliminated namelythe a circus during much of the the homer raid a, single hitting and a grand a double slam to Falling to float a quick loan, i signed a bonus contract Tuesday,

biff band of all time. At the string also ran to five. the rule books as soon as pos Itemizing of pinch-hitters' year. drive in seven runs. Palmer turned to a large gal. with the Baltimore Orioles.
If the present streak is ex. efforts and of relief "We will go ahead with a lery and said Kelley 21
rate, re-relem of sible. listing pit- : will report to Blue.
any a Willy Mobley had It tied up in I
I tended to six tonight in Detroit chers In the batting order who show on the average of every "Anybody got change for a't field, W.Va., of the Appalachian
"After Hour. dOI.nI the top of the eighth with a two
a Finley may take another look at did other week, even If we can't setup $loo bUl'1 League The
bat. amount of
not But tradition
a the
C e homer for the
e Yankees.
Hawkins' hits of that per. McGaha's contract. al box-score that a television network," said run All he got was a loud guffaw t bonus was not disclosed I ;
I lod, should make for good Elsewhere In the American lilting of Markson. "I hope we will havea Sarasota racked up seven hits f ft
names of umpireshaj been excised in the first game with Orlando -
Readers be Interested In definite answer television
listening! Me hear League Tuesday night, Chicago may on rV
that there ii .. dls. maintained its slim hold on first the little but significant changesIn for no good reason. The by July\ 1." and won 4.1. Bobby Frazier
In. place by splitting with Balti. major league baseball box space saved Is negligible.No With the exception of Aug. 7, drove in the Twins only run. In

Uff recording group called !. more, the White Sox winning the scores now appearing In news longer are putouts and a date preempted for the Chlca. the second game, the Twins
The Three Blondt'Mitt" first 5-0 and losing the second All Star football there scored seven runs on six hits In
go game,
(The particular wire assists listed so you can no
papers.
the fourth inning to win 9.2.
If you are in 3.1. will be boxing every Friday
the mood for a fairy tale New York outlasted Boston service this paper subscribesto longer tell whether opposing through Sept. 11. After that, it Daytona Beach spoiled a potential .

with modern trimming, 7.5 after dropping a 6-decision, does not send us box scores, batters were hitting the ball is anybody's guess no.hltter for St. Peters
Cleveland outslugged Minnesota which Is why we don't print burg pitcher Tom Harrison with

consider the dory of Clara 5-3 and Los Angeles got by them.) The de-emphasis of four hits and three runs In the

Ann Fowler, switchboard Washington 7.5 in 10 innings. fielding and the mania for home : aseball Standings bottom of the seventh. Harrison 4L1

operator In a Tales, Okla. didn't give up a hit for 61.31n.

radio station. When thestation' American nings.
League National League
The Miami Marlins combined
singing alar W. L. Pet. GB W. L. J
Pct. G.B. 15 hits and six Tampa errors to l
named I'attl Page, took hlcaco 33 Zl .811 Philadelphia 33 U .8n M ,
put together an 11.1 victory at
sick with laryngitis, the Baltimore 35 Z3 .803 San Fran 34 U .58e 1 Tampa. The Marlins went ,
New York 33 22 .800 tit Cincinnati 31 28
switchboard operator took ,544 31"
three "Ir
through Tampa pitchers as +
Minnesota 32 27 .5U 344 pittsburgh 30 n .5Z8 414
over her spot AND her drove in three ,
Jim Speight runs .
name! PETSAVALON Cleveland 28 Z7 ,509 544 Milwaukee 30 U .508 5'h and Steve Kolinsky and Gerry '* :. : '
..500
30 ..492
Boston 30 e Los Anleles 211 30 81t 4 Griffin accounted for two each. :; &****
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Detroit Z5 31 .448 II Chicago n Z8 .491 SI h Pitcher Petit
Jay signed
appropriate a big Washington Z'I 38 .429 101St.. Louts Z9 31 .483 1
name not no with the Loa Angeles Z3 n .403 12 Houston 28 33 .439 81,4 from high school this season, got
two hits for the Tarpons.W. .
Instruments I they muni Kansas City ZZ 38 .379 13 New York 19 41 .317 17

stand on their own. No or. Tuesday'a Results Tu.lday' Results l.. Pet. G.B.
dinary instrument Boston 8.5, New York 5.7 Philadelphia 4. Chicago Z SUPetersburg 37 23 .617 -
tan KENNELS Chicago 5.1, Baltimore Pittsburgh Z, New York I Ft LauderdaleSS 22 .614 ft
take the place of a famous Kansas City 7.e, Detroit 4.0 Los Angeles II, Milwaukee 1 Lakeland 35 23 .583 2

make like our line of Cleveland 5, Minnesota 3 St Louis 7, Houston 1 Daytona Bch. Si 26 .552 44 r'n dra

fine organs and piano. BOARDINGDAY Les Angeles 7, Washington II, Cincinnati t, San Francisco 4 Sarasota 29 30 .492 7V4

Everything for the mil- 10 Innings. Today' Games Tampa 26 34 .433 U

Man available at VAN Today" Games Cincinnati at San FrlnclllCo I Miami 23 37 .313 14

DER VEER MUSIC CEN. WEEK MONTH Chicago at Baltimore, N philadelphia It Chicago I Orlando 19 39 .328 17Tuesday's P'L
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seems to go right. Then again 1 June 28th at 2100 p.m. The Sharp 460-170, Pam Bell 384- Kaverman with a 556-211: and
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everything Is favorable) deal 11 a r 'Pf yk atrlAvliaJaey;' yid 1'rt', P% bowlers from Fort Myers have 146 and Sonja Starling a lone for the Belles SueTlllman 511-!
after deal of such exceptional aIouTN / f accepted the challenge and will 195. Marie Erickson shot a
H-J 134.SMALL
holdings that even a novitiate -A K 10 IIIIII bring their teams here for the FRY-BIG FRY -- 478-167, Shirley Johnson 472!,
could out-score a Life Master C-Q contest with 10 local bowlers The team of Colin Fyke and Bud Jo Wickham 410. Ken McCon-

One needs to be careful All vulnerable and South Is who have formed two teams for Hogue reached a 1313 total. key fired a lone 201, Frank
with a run like that; there'san the dealer. ei ,a the Inter-city event. Other Colin had a 313-110 and Bud Nichols Ev Baldwin 190 each.

Inclination to get cocky This Is a doozyl I Before bid- ) contests with othe r bowling hou- a 189 loner. The Lee team Ben Sutton 180, Carol Gorodn

careless. Then suddenly peeking you might consider how ..i ses from Fort Myers and Port posted a 1206 with Larry show- 172 Marcy Buckner 176, Inga

WHAMOI/ You go out on a limb you would handle this set up. 1) i. ( 1 ,3 ..ImI 1. oar Charlotte are to be scheduled ing a 493 and Herb a 499. GUI 152-159 Betty Carleton
and get set a couple of thousand Here's my personal recommendation rI I on succeeding Sundays In an Charlie Rice tossed a 209 singleton 159. Lydia Sutton had a 148.
1..
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We've all seen that hap- You may not agree ) Ir t t i >< ueH.cb r ; Jet effort to promote some friendly Paul Abrahmason 199, Marge Wolfe 155: Jack Hat
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pen.Good but this 1s It: ietti r' r ; bowling rivalry between the Havl Abrahamson 191, Eva cher 191 and the conversionof

or bad, there is a law IdMlt W N E neighboring cities. Hojjiie 189 and Mike Stacey 162. the 6-7 twice.

of averages as well founded .NT 0 f P..S., IN Pn 7 1, htt, tr ; + +t 1 Out of 20 points the Shellbacks CLASSICCarl Armbrust
as the law .of gravity. Eventually (AC 'stkn! ) t (l AciD P... r e e have 14. Jack Fish 13, Snooks swept the deck with a 223 fora
10 All p,,,) Brookslde Bowl has received 12 11 Richard Golden bowl-
it turns out that, In the Pollywogs Snappers, 616.
long run, you have as many In truth, the above Black- 4V notice from the Atlanta office Catfish and Redflsh 10, Pom- ed conslstently-garnes of 204-

/good hands as you have the wood Isn't according to Hoylej; : of the AMF bowling division pano 9, Drums 8 and Frogs 5. 202-201 gave him a 607. Alton -

poverty-runs. So anyone who no suit has been agreed on. that Tommy Tuttle one SAINTS AND SINNERS Hatcher registered a 585-

f hollers that he never gets good Consequently a "by-the-book" A of the world's outstanding young Tops for the nice were Tom 223, DJ. Salmon blasted a lone

cards Is merely exposing him- rule calls for North to pass_ I Ja 4rjj1 ltwt4t1 1 r't 'flat ',4 4'il professional bowlers has been Eggleston 599-203-239 andJudy 235, Al Hajek 224, Huble Hart
self as a poor player and because South has Indicated he i 4 b scheduled for a personal appearance Crlntenberger 536-189. Charlie 209, Marv Lightner 207, Gene

sometimes as a poor sport In wants to end the bidding and Y / on Saturday afternoonand Rice used games of 220- TlUman 209 and 200. Ed Bela-

the dry periods you must learnto play at that level. However I i lMYi 1 r / ,k + 'w! evening.July 25th at Brook- 211 for a 596, Earl Cannady vek and Tom Eggleston each

roll with the punches and contend: that after such strong e r Irt + Q a A ,II ry ,F'll .p side Bowl. More details on 574-189, Hazel Abrahamson had a 202, Tex Kaverman 200,
wait for the cocky opponent vulnerable pre-empt opening 11't J id the appearance of this young 497-190 and Mary Jo Gibbs Walt Brehm 204, Jack Hatcher

bid that nets you a good set common sense should dictate ; ,/' '' e444 I 1 I bowling star will\ \ be forthcoming 467-160. Lynford Johnson pro 206, Fred Hlllman 199 andGene

score. For this, be alert to that South is asking for Aces. ytfd4y f 414 'I'kG' I : In this column and In other duced a 205 single Norman Tessler 196-twtce.

a double. Here goes the play West xt p/ news articles to be released. Robe rtson 201-216 Dude Spice The Parent-Child league

When the cards are running leads the Club-2as fourthhls1h- 4j : and Robert Lawhon 191. Jonell sheets disappeared. Everyone
{ your way be sure to make the est. North Is Dummy and takes I e e e Spleen reached a 162 Patsy hunted all over for them but

best of what you have. We with the Club-Ace then plays Winners of the first BPAF Robertson 160, Jane Paquette they couldn't be found

frequently see the "poor- back a small Club which East Elimination Tournament were, 156 and Gwen Bowers 152. The HIGHLANDS MIXEDEv

cards" growler missing game ruffs with the Diamond-Queen! Gil Sorensen 726, Wes Mensem Blue Angels are leading the Baldwin "mixed" a 238 with
after game which with astute South over-ruffs with the Dia- 1111111' V 680 Chuck Langjton 650,Ralph league with 15 out of 20 points some other games for a 600

bidding should easily have been mond-King. Now declarer + McKirlhan 636, Huble Hart 632, Christophers U.Satans 12,HellCats on the nose. Jack Hatcher
arrived at. Of course,the blame (South) leads the DiamondAceand and alternate Fred Clark 629. 11, Luclfers Mephlstoplieles reached a 666-196.0ene-

for a poor score is not always gets the bad news that East This team will go to Ocala August 10 each. Keystones sler 553-200. Jean Hyder led

your fault; Bridge Is distinctlya Is out; this leaves West with a 1516 to bowl for the State Halos 8 each, Angels Devils the gals with a 452-174 and

PARTNERSHIP gamer There taking Diamond-Jack. The vital ,Championship 6 each. Norma Sloan had a 167 sin
Is no such thing as you are play Is from South's singleton There will be another elimination gle.

better than she or she is better Spade to This Spade run tournament June 28 to PINE LANES -- -
than In Dummy. the Dummy's send another team to state.
1 youeachpartnermayhavecertain They are still bowling every
last chance_no other re- Rules OrlandoTV
outstanding strengths or week for the color TV. There
entry! Dummy takes with the e 1 e
weaknesses. However It.. the are also week-end sweepers.No .
># team combination that counts. Spade-Ace comes back with theSpadeKing BUCKS SQUAWS -- Lead- standings for the leagues Channel 9

For winning especially at Duplicate and discards the Ing Buck was Joe Salmon witha ---'-
,there must be bidding and Heart-3; next Dummy's Spade- a 695-212. Bud Hogue also hada
defense rapport between partners Queen and discards South's : 212 for a 553. Head Squaw ::0 o't't.erUo"Wr1:1.21g: : Award Proper

Heart-Jack which West trumps was Loretta Easterly 524-201. : : WASHINGTON (AP) The
with his Diamond Jack The Eva Hogue and Helen Henson question of who would get tele
For Instance this rapport rest of the play Is academic; -A had Identical series of 494. '" I '""""'" : '' vision Channel 9 In OrU.ndo.Fla.,

seems to be well-Illustrated by South captures 2 Spades,9 Dia- Eva's high was 193 and Helen's 'I'' O 1"" 1'Q 11"1 I a problem that went before the
"
GIRLS like Cypress Gardens' Joan Faye Brown could keep the '" "
,
Board 7 which was played a monds and the Club-Ace: 197. Rose Morrison listed ''I'In" Supreme Court, has been de.
while back at the NDDC. I've TWELVE: tricks to make the tourists coming to Florida without the beach resorts scenic attrac- a 465-170. Shelby Hatley came 0 ) 'ill' cided.
,
been saving this astonishing small slam contract. BUT, by tions or ideal climate. So said the picture caption supplied by the up with a lone 204, Jim Haynes The Federal Communicationscould
set-up for an opportunity thunder! What a difference If Florida Development Commission. But we say that without the beach, Sr. 201, Wes Henson 198, find no evidence that Ml 1.
West had happened to lead aHeart scenery and climate, Joan wouldn't be here either. Ruth Campbell 191,Davlna Soc- 011 Florida Televlalon Corp., which

) You end up with a two kaloskl 177, Donna Hatley 174, ''II'' has been operating the channel
Radio Radar ,
Find for 8 years, made Improper con.
trick set; In Duplicate: that'sJust Martha Plercy 156 and Margaret .' ,'
0 FCC Commie
tack with former
Equipment On Dead too badl! But far worsein ,College Students Dunham 153. Standings are ':! stoner Richard A. Mack.
",,111" "
j Rubber Bridget the spread Hollywood.PrIvte "S School "I,. ,
'not complete as there was a An Investigator for a congrea.
Whale Near Sitka between >Finding Summer
the potential gain as ? na. ? .postponement. atonal committee charted In US'
SITKA, Alaska (AP)-A har. against a 100 loss Is the dif- Jobs Hard To Get 'SUMMER COMMERCIAL -- Hard Sld&Righthanded that Mack sold his vote''In a MI.

pooned blue fin whale about 20 ference between a positive 1270 In Business Leading the pack with a 572- bowlers usu. ami television cue
For 40 Years
feet long with radio and radar points (1370 less 100) NEW YORK (AP) Many 221 was Harold Daniels. Buck ally/ have trouble convertIng The Investigator also charged
equipment carrying "definitely This Is on the basis of both college students are finding It Buchanan shot 564-229,Paul spares on the right hand that an attorney, William Dial,
Russian" markings was found sides being vulnerable and with- HOLLYWOOD (AP) Judy dents get Jobs and can't show harder than usuafto jet sum Cray 662-208, John Waggonerfired side of the alley The oppo was also making ofMhe.record
Tuesday In the Pacific off Sit. out counting what you have made Garland first met Mickey Roo. up met In jobs. a 232 single T. Land site is true for a left.hander contacts with Mack In connec.

ka, It was reported here early by scoring your first game. ney In Its classrooms Betty "We run an educational workshop most enough areas to there around.Justaren't 207, Jr. Simpson 196, R. Mc- One example 1 of these lion with the Orlando channel
today. Suppose you did get set and Grable was a student, and so ," explains Bertha Mann, Upperclassmen go Klrlhan 195. John Tlppens and hard spares is the 3, 6 and while the FCC was considering
taking prates
Jim Jaqua of Sltka television that In the deal was Donald Connor.. And so executive director. "We have no 10-pin leave, or 2, 4 and 7 applications
next your opponents Natalie Wood Anita Lou. atonal training are having the Leon Snyder each had a 191. Mack resigned In 1958 and was
station KSA.TV said there wasa were Mickey Mouse courses. Our stu. for left hinders Here a
radio transmitter antenna on made the rubber..,, Sac, Connie Stevens, Jill St. dents are drilled In fundamentals most success, an Associated Pagers have 14 of the 16 points hook or curve ball bowler ;:Found dead In a Miami rooming
then the spread loss would be Yvette Mimleux Debra Press survey of major colleges available Holsum 13, Bens 'house last year
the harpoon In the dead whale John, from 8:49 to 1243: each has an advantage
when It was spotted about IVi at least 1780 points I Paget Tuesday Weld, Sue Lyon, morning. Those who have to indicate Girls who can do of* Standard Oil S, Marvlns Lawn The ideal( way to convert The FCC, In Its final ruling
work also in demand.Tbou.and. .
miles off Baranof Island. But to get back as to how Helen Grayco, Jimmy Boyd work at stullos In the morning floe of are at the New Service 7, Roses Texaco Ad the spare Is by angling the 'I repeated Its opinion that none
Trailing behind on a line this Board 7, scored at the Molly Bee, Annette Funlcello can come for tutoring In the Jobs Miller Associates Rock Creek ball across the alley from 9f the Mid.Florida principalswere
York World's Fair
about 100 feet long, Jaqua said, NDBCt The George Smiths and a flock of other Mouseke., afternoon log collegians: from are around attract.the Specials each have 6 and Abbott the left side It should catch aware of the contacts. The
was a trl.plane radar reflector, got to SIX SPADES for 1430 teen. "We have athletics country. 4. the right half of the 3 FCC rejected a competing ap.
no no
plication from WORZ Inc.of Or.
and ,
Allot them hundreds
Markings on the equipment" and a top as against Edith cafeteria, no hotel or boarding While business conditions are BANTAMSGlen Roark had pin then straighten out to 1 an to. .
said."were definitely Russian, he Armstrong playing wlthherson more Professional have School called their Hollywood alma department We are strictly an excellent they haven't provided high series of 286 with a 160. take care of the 6 and 10. The circuit Court of Appeals,

David; they went to SIX DIA- mater during Its 40 at 5400 academic day school" as many job opportunities as Billy came up with a 286- The straight ball bowler ,it the direction of the Supreme
The U.S. Coast uuard pickedup years
bONDS,. made it for 1370 expected, 14.5. 282-145. Kenny hal to rely on the 6 taking ourt had asked the FCC to re
the gear, Jaqua said, but Hollywood Blvd. A new class of The measure of its success RayJensen >
would make no comment.A second In match points. Several 70 seniors will be graduating to. It was the only private school Automation has eliminatedsome Roark had a 136 single Jo'm out the 10.Wednesday onslder: its original sward
group of Russians now Is In other Teams tried for a night, but not all will be able to among IS high schools In the unskilled Jobs but it has Klingler 132 and Linda Unkeless
Juneau, Alaska, for talks with Spade or a Diamond small slam attend the ceremonies.The Los Angeles area to be cited by created others such as in com. 111. June 17. Wl C 3LLIEK COUNTY NEWS 7
VJS. officials about the use of but failed Others stopped at student body president the University of California for puler processing
fishing gear American fisher. 4-5 Spades or 5-Dlamonds and former Mouseketeer Cubby the high scholarship of former
men say destroys their crab Just made It.AhDuplicate. O'BrUn, won't be present to de. students
fishing catches. Quite abrain- liver his valedictory. He Is open. Principal Mary Andensen refuted MONEY FROM MARY'SMARITAL
Ing with his band In Las Vegas the notion that child per. MIXUPS .
twister/ If don't deceive tonight, an understudy Is standIng formers are not Phi Beta Kappa NEW YORK (AP) There J NW I .ii
MEMPHIS (AP) Ten.year-old (P.S. my North eyes can't make by to read his speech. Un. I types. money In marital turmoil, at least :
Amanda Atkins may not keep me. derstudles are provided for all "The professional child Is ex. when It takes place In "Miry,
close lab on the news but the SIX SPADES unless East hap- school functions-In case stu. I tremely bright," said she Mary" 7
to lead the singleton Dia
has keen for the radio pens The (show which recently be
r a ear mond-Queen; a legitimate, but .,rd.tal t e:"..,.....:: .'.. ';: ............ ..fe .,...eIIF.utII'IJ: ha fourth
Where she finally asked her Ian year on Broadway,
folks. Is that town they keep unfortunate lead; far better to R has earned over 110 million thus

talking about! Civilnahtaville have led the Heart-King. OnBoating Naples far from performances In this
c Tips country Besides the White Way

:, Flotilla, company, four troupes have toured

\ TV Radio, J ( f with It.The.
USCGA .
Jean Kerr
comedy in addition I

By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP -Moore, as often- has been Is currently being performed Iv (= II
Televlslon.Radlo Writer pointed out, Isn't a terribly fun abroad in 1} lanIU..... I. '
Allowing! for currents by meansof In line. Then check the compass:
.
NEW YORK AP 'l don't ny comedian and he can neither
}
( a vector diagram to show the course steered to keep on range
know who those geniuses are dance nor sing. But he projectsas to be steered and speed The difference steered the '
course you on <
" going to put on Tuesday nights a fine, kindly man and works I I i1 j
I made good ia known to the sea. calm: day will be your crab angle. r
well with lot of people of dl., EXCLUSIVE*
a
next said comedian: Alan AT RAR
year coned skipper, but all d us are A beam wind will show a greater '
King "but it's going to be a verse talents. The result has \ S
not in that category crab: angle than a quartering
very lonely I Tuesday.!! been, usually an entertaining Wind alone produces a vary. breeze (half way between abeam Our SpecialIndividuality
The show will really be
Re referred to the demise.aft hour.
lag margin of error with powerboats and astern) or a breeze from four
er all years of CBS "Garry missed because each hull behaves
points on the bow (halfway be.
Moore Show," whose swan song Tuesday night's re-run of differently. Making a study of in. sar. I xmawras
"Mr. Novak" on NBC was an tween dead ahead and abeam). tau
Tuesday night was bright, the shoreline In our area la a Making two runs each time Inthe
little tale about the tr4umph
amusing, sentimental and sad earnest good idea and finding two objects wind
same one at cruising speed 1
Moore speaking of the sudden of a fine teacher over Ma. such as a building and a tow.r'with and one at slow speed to stlmu. GIFTS
cancellation of the show, minced personal problems, mostly In.volvlng which to line up will pro. late rough water conditions
no words and showed a bit ofresentment. alcohol.: duce a range. On a calm day should be a part of your crab Accessories
The studio audience It was Interesting to comparethat run this range at a time of angle records. Such records
expressed Its feelings with loud serious-minded show wits 1 I slack or little current and make when compiled: into will Antiques
graphs
.
and long cheers and the trite half hour comedy note of the exact head.
clapping, ,, a compass be of In
great help approaching I
whistles for the star and mem. called: "Hey Teacher, on CBS!''log.' Make up a speed curve smaller at angles INTERIORSFurniture
passes proper
first of
Monday night a sum.
bers of the show's tamIly-Dur. showing the speed over mea. (In degrees) under various wind
ward Kirby Marlon Lome, Car. mer series replacing the Lucy sured distance at slack tide conditions. Remember too that
01 Burnett King and Allen Funt Show." The program was made run the same range under various wind corrections: should be
whose "Candid Camera" was a as a pilot for a projected series conditions, keeping the boat on applied after corrections: have Upholstering
spliwrff of the show. Moore was but never was sold. range by holding the shore object been made for current. Draperies 'THAT MAN' BY REVLONGo
close to tears at the end. Dawyne Hlckman played i I _- --
The abrupt dropping of the scared young teacher on nil I Carpeting
show la a real mystery It has first day with Us third graders ahead-pamper that special someone with as much THAT MAN'

been consistently, from 1958 on, strictly for laughs The students 1 f as you think he deserves! A lusty tangy and-sandalwood
a lively, Joyous: variety hour !Invariably wire smarter and tougher than
la good taste and with teacher, the smartest man U 1SotJUC. scent-'THAT MAN is full of masculine sawyf I He'll adore it-and

Imaginative. production numbers. toe tor whole and the school hero was was so the had Janl. ALUrD f I you get all the fragrant fringe benefits! Cologne, 4.00 to 7.50.

It will Indeed be a lonely gnats he hid In a closet as the After-Shave, 2.50 and 4.50. Soap 250.New Spray Deodorant

Tuesday night for a lot of peo. kids trooped Into the classroom. SIN DAVIs LVD. MI 2-Us; t tie' ti"Q Body Talc, 3.50. All gift boxed, Prices (except soap) plus tax.DON'S .
pie The CB6 programmers will Both programs were made at
replace It next season with"The abOUt the same time. One, tin. IYW9nr 1290 Third St. So.

Nurses," moved over from derstandably got nowhere. The ler king all ALLIED.neYN of Mayor ApluncH con) Member LIGGETT REXALL DRUGS
another night Hospital drama is other was a mild success The Cxnm.rti.l tnt OemcMW Mfrf! .r.tlon Caulpmtflt'
no real substitute for people only difference and It was avery Americas Institute
Free Delivery Ph. MI 2-2136
CenterI
who .joy comedy variety big one, was the very Of. ... Interior Designers Naples Shopping
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'e i';/"} COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, June 17, W

Fire Floods In Wake Of Barry Has

GOP i c andldate, Sen. Barry Goldwa. ,
Picture would have had the GOP


Changed up.He practically sewed Jap Quake Bring Terror 19 Votes ;

said Scranton had little al.

Gov. Romney the running but to declare himself NUGATA Japan (AP);-Bal:> Workers tore down 300 flimsy To

tered and broken by one of th,e houses In the path of the fire SpareWASHINGTON

The Michigan governor made strongest Japanese earthquake s but the flames inched toward a SIC
LANSING, Mich. (AP becoml'I) observations in announcing of modern times, Nllgata wa I hydrogen tank 90 feet away

George Rommey laid Goldwater will meet with menaced today by tire and' raising fear of a gigantic ex. (AP) Sen. !
erythlng has changed '. convention delega. flood. plosion.i. Barn' Goldwater's delegate I

ri". for the Republican here June 30 followingS Police removed 7J50person I i. Also threatened was a tank of Strength has soared to 874, ac. I

dential nomination Is <- ton by four days. Including 2,000 hospital patient i:, gasoline additive that would cording to an Associated Press
as a result of from the vicinity of petroleun i loose poisonous fumes over the survey. If he hangs on to that
William W. Romney had Invited the can. tanks blazing along the waleI'tront crippled city of 340,000 If Itt total, he will win the Republl.
nounced candidacy. to a meeting with the of this big port on thi went up.Ninety. can presidential nominationwith

Romney conceded here June 26, a date northwest coast the center o f oil storage tanks on 19 votes to spare.
Scranton not decided to Scranton accepted. Japan's petroleum Industry. the devastated waterfront had Flftv.sU votes pledged Tues.

caught fire. U.S. Air Force and day by Texas Republicans
Japanese planes and helicopters pushed the Arizona Senator over
flew fire-dousing foam to Mlga.tt the top-the 6SS mark needed to
airport. win the big prize at the Repub.

Much of Nligata is land re. limn National Convention open.

claimed from the sea, and In Ing July 13 In San Francisco.
the wake of Tuesday's quake a But after winning In Texas
S'' Urge area began to sink. Floodwaters Goldwater said the Job Is not

t spread Into a third of done jet. He said he still needs

\w\ the city. By mldafternoon today more delegates because of the
they ranged from ankle deep to danger of slippage from among
bn waist his list.
high ------ the delegates now on

The rolling earthquake Ja.pan's IT'S THE FIRST the yacht shown was moored at the Cove Con. Goldwater's Texas sweep had

destruction worst since 1923, spread !Cress Inn dock late yesterday afternoon by Mr and Mis. T E. Stewart been expected, with none of the
over 11 prefectures Lone Star expressing
w: with a population of nearly 17 of Sarasota and became the first (in the history of the new >achtel- a previous delegates preference for Pern.

WAN A / i ,bara million spread over 150 miles motel, inviting quests by both land and water, (NEWS photo) .>Ivanla Gov. William W.

of Japan's northwest coast. The Scranton, Goldwater's newest

confirmed casualty toll was surprisingly Scranton Hunts challenger. '

low, however. Scranton has picked up 44 del.
The national police reported egates slnre he started his cam.
24 dead, 10 missing and 282 In. Utah Kentucky Council BusinessAppraisals palpi last Friday with 84 first.

Jured many seriously ballot votes in his pocket. But

The quake damage could not only one: in Pennsylvania, Is
rf be assessed yet but officials Delegate Votes known to have been a delegate
Of said it would run to hundreds of have established I from the audience at City Hall; who previously supported Gold.
\JSERS millions of dollars AP the value of the two vacant blocks i to settlements at the low 50 cent water
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. ( )i I
fOR The National which owned by ,Julius Fleischmann rate.
Railways ,,
William
Gov Seventeen
NeWS -Pennsylvania W. of Scranton's new
halted all operations in the north of Lake Park School as i
County Scranton today broadened his votes have come from state con.
area because of rockslldes and being worth $10,000\ more than I -
Collier\\ flying quest for Republican con. vent Ions in Maryland and Con.
,, twisted rails, estimated its dam. ventlon delegates to Include the one vacant city-owned block; City Manager Wood was au- nectliut, the remainder from
SSH\O age at $30 million Utah and Kentucky.The east of Water' Plant No.2, City thorlzed to enter for the City delegates who were uncommlt.

( \. Stunned Inhabitants of Nllga 46-year-old candidate put Manager Vince Wood told City a safe keeping agreement with ted or favored Coy Nelson A.
ta Council this the First National Bank of MI.
S site of a national athletic morning.
Salt Lake City on his Thursday Rockefeller of New York, who
meet attended by Emperor Hirohito Fleischmann proposed that the i ami to handle Investments ofi
itinerary and Louisville on the this week threw his support be.
only a week ago wan. Friday schedule. City swap its one block for his i surplus money made by the City.| hind Scranton.
dered aimlessly without water, two blocks. The latter would I I The agreement will eliminate
The new scheduling cam as Since Scranton's entry Into
electricity, cooking gas com. the governor embarked todayon provide enough land for relocation mall transfers of bonds and other the race, five delegates said
of ,, securities. Wood also}
munlcations or transportation. the Cambier Park baseball Investment
for
another 1,500-mll safari they no longer favor Goldwater
Premier Hayato Dceda or. convention support In his bid for diamond, plus a public park,,, reported that recent Investmentsof Including the one In Pennsyl.
dered Immediate measures to Mayor Archie Turner noted funds were commanding tourper
the Republican presidential vania. But his losses have been
v move 200 tons of rice, hardtack nomination.On Council approved Wood's rec. cent interest for the City. more than offset by gains
for 10,000 persons 250,000 can. ommendatlon that the City negotiate .
the docket today were Et. among other delegates who pre,
dies, 50,000 flashlights and sup. Louis, Mo. and Denver Colo. with Flelschmann who vlously listed themselves as un.
piles of water to Nligata. Scranton and his weary but presently Is overseas. The City Council membersacceiHedtliefinal committed.
: There were no report of cas. would pay him with a longtermnote plat of The Moorings UnitNumber
hard-driving staff showed In. In addition, the Arizona senator .
CHECK unities among the 60 or so creased optimism they could yielding 3Vi per cent Inter. 5. In the discussion[ has won fresh support at *
Americans living in the Nllgata overtake Arizona Sen. Barry est, Wood recommended. The H. Milton Link president of the state conventions since Scran.

area. UJ5. military authorities Goldwater, who leads The Associated matter will come up at a later Moorings Development Co., ton's announcement.
THESE reported that a 16>man CoastGuard meeting. pointed out that a 90.foot pas.
of GOP
Press
poll con. ; With only Montana's 14 votes
LORAN navigation sta. ventlon delegates with 674 votes sage.way to the beach for public; to be decided before the GOP
tlon near Nllgata had been cutoff Council approved a home oc. access had been included In the
LOW -more than enough to capturethe i convention begins the AP sur.
NEW from communications and nomination at San Francis.co cupatlon permit for beauty oper. plat. The passage way will vex of flrst.ballot votes based on
water, All personnel were re. next month if all of the com. ator Mrs. Richard L. Fleming provide parking space and a primary election commitments,

ported safe, however. mltments to him hold up on good only until January 1, b96. turnaround for tars. It willbe pledges, Instructions or stated 1
Lack of water seriously ham. the first ballot."I After that date, all home-oc. suitably landscaped also, he preference showed:

'L RATES pered the fire fighters.Most think the Impetus of our cupatlon licenses currently In ex. said.Members Goldwater 674
: of Japan's oil and gas ,campaign Is better than we ex. istence will be subject to an. acknowledged a Scranton 128

Jp Effective wells are concentrated In Nllga. j pected at this time," Scranton nual review. In fact, the Zoning report from the Parks Board re. Rockefeller 123
April' 1, 1964 ta prefecture. The port had ;said Tuesday night after a meet. and Planning Board has recom. commending acceptance of the Henry Cabot Lodge 45Margaret

. LOCAL RATES more than 200 storage tanks con. j Ing with Minnesota delegates.: mended that Council refuse to passageway to the beac'h. Chase Smith 15
: taming some 300,000 tons of gasoline Scranton said he expects to renew any home.occupatlon per. Count 11 accepted zoning of the Richard M. Nixon 8

I and oil. ,see "some shifts next week" In mils after the first of the year. new unit upon recommendation ofthe Favorite sons 92
0' 2 'Insertion Councilman Goodloe McDowellwas Zoning and Planning Board.
: the alignment of national dele. Uncommitted 209!
/ Pet tine' . 25f .1 ''' .?; ga'sfrertfth.; .- '" J < "'14,,, in accord with this; thoughhe There were ,Council objectionsto Of Golrrwater's\ first ballot '
I 3 0'4Co" "culln Several The"'governor"'contacted' 14 6f was willing to grant excep. zoning in certain areas where votes some 401 are bound to
'" eriUns City'Streets 'tions to doctors who treat emer. six-story buildings will be per.
Pet 'line 1 1I 1UCU" ))8e i Minnesota's 26 delegates Tues. him by personal pledge, prl./
a Con "' day, Five of those who met with gency patients and to handicap.. milled. Link agreed that before election legal require.

'"U"'onl, p., .?.?. ,I6f Get j him previously Indicated they ped persons who would not be any request for a building more mary ments or official action of state
20 CO"I.cu" ", favored Goldwater. able to make a !living except by than three stories Is sought, he and district/ conventions.The .
,Insertlena session doing work at home. will appear before the Council
said the
p.IIne I2f Scranton remaining 273 say thgv)
New Council cautioned Mrs. Flem. be
. . : NamesCity "will lead to worthwhile re again This agreement will personally favor the senator but
. . i sults." However he declined to Ing that she might find herself reflected In the minutes. are not bound to him. It Is from
out of business along with other for seawalls in the
Suggestions
Council this morning ape specify any numbers. them that Scranton must try to
proved renaming of streets ly. The current Associated Press holders of home-occupation II. new unit were studied, but actionwas draw enough support to pre.
censes, on January 1. Fred Man. delayed for a further studyof
Ing between Sixth and Seventh :j poll showed that Minnesota's 26. elude a flrst.ballot victory for
gold who said he operates a seawall ordinances.In .
Avenues North. vote delegation broke down this Goldwater.dom .
The proposed name-changes way: Eight votes for favoriteson tax-accounting service at home
for 3'/a' months each said
were outlined by Council member i Waiter Judd a former con. year an effort to establish a uni.

Mrs. Casey Miller who said the f gressman; eight votes for Gold consideration the fact that should his residential be givento form traffic code, Council passedan King." The project endor.

new names represented a Can sen. water and 10 uncommitted. will become ordlnan to conform with re. red by the Governor rails for a
sue of thePollceChief.firechief, Scranton's overnight visit to 'property commercial gulatory state statutes. It passed, four.minute bell ringing periodon
postmaster, and funeral dlrec. ]Minneapolis capped a day of'' in future years. also, another resolution which July 4.Manager.
tors ;long flying trips from Des steered toward conformity with
"We should correct a confus. ;Moines Iowa to Topeka Kan., Council approved the zoningboard's the Southern Standard Building
recommendation that the
ing situation now, before the I to Minneapolis. Code and the Hotel and Restaurant
area builds up further" Mrs. The governor's day also In. matter of proposed rezoning of Commission In new constructionin Wood read a letter
20 small lots on the eastern shorebe
\\1 Miller said. Only one person spoke, and then only briefly at !letter sent to Ecranton's office Indicating an enclosure of $15,
the public hearing preceding at the state capitol In Harris. \'variance of Appeals, the which vacant might grant a 000 was the final payment on funds

Council's approval of the name I burg; the other a telephone be so propertycould Council adopted an ordinance borrowed to install sewers In
changes. "It's an awful mixup threat transmitted to a Mlnne. developed.Two for which directs curbs In "no park. District. 2. The final |Payment

there" the North Broad Court spoils radio station. tlons.on-premlses applications liquor consump.11. Ing" areas within the City will on the $24 ,OOO loan was made

resident said Scranton scoffed at the distance be painted a bright yellow Ind:. two years ahead of schedule,
He will not be living on North threats as the work of an "utter 'censes were approved from as church.to eating parking restrictions. The Wood pointed out. He also ad.

Broad Court anymore. The nameof fanatic. He added: "I'm not schools.requirements Council struck two paint will be used In lieu of vised Count that a final hear.

the one-block street now Is :Interested In fanatics" j es items or from the zoning board re. signs. log on assessment charges for
Sixth Terrace North.South Broad Despite that, Minneapolis au.
Sewer District 3, will probablybe
which action will be take
on
'port
Court henceforth will be Sixth thorltles clamped a tight secure held In August.
later date which al.
Lane North. That street Is in Ity cordon around him. 'en at a or on An agenda Item proposing the
ternative action has been taken.
line with the street now knownas The Utah and Kentucky trips name of the "Naples America -
Sixth Lane North several were added to Scranton's Itiner. Airport" the official name of lo.

blocks to the east. ary alter consultation betweenhis The reports committee of the and the off-street Parks cal Airport, be changed to "Na. A note from NEWS Editor Mike

1 Broad Avenue North, from the aides and political leaders in |parking acknowledged but not pies Municipal Airport," was Chance stating he has offered a
,- Gulf to First Street has been the two states. 'Board were tin. tabled for further study. Coun. $25 prize for the best sugges.
read.
1 changed to North Lake Drive, Scranton also is scheduled to'' for Negotiations the are con oilman Carl 0. Hoffmann thoughtthe tlon to suitably decorate the head.

** which name continues to Third i give the keynote speech to the ,j uing the City of proposed the Pines purchaseby Block, word "municipal" might ron. less meter punts around the city,
Street In the Ridge Lakes sec. Massachusetts GOP convention notate a lesser facility and dls. was disc:ussed briefly
east of the old Naples Hotel
tlon Sixth Avenue North runs east 1 Saturday afternoon. 'J courage larger planes from land.
Vine Wood told
'City Manager
from Third Street curves part On arrival at Minneapolis Ing.

way around part of Bougainvillea, '1 Scranton declared his hunt tor''Council. "Mrs. Waples from Naples"In

then angles south and then east Midwestern delegate votes "Is The Sunshine a note suggested that 13th
again to join the present Sixth 'working out splendidly'* Suprex, present. Alfred Hackney
was appoint. Avenue South, numbered unluck.IlY .
I located in the Fifth Avenue
5e1eb1 Avenue North west of Seventh In Topeka Tuesday, the gov. South ly business district,will move ed auditor for City books for the should be renamed "Casey's
Street. i ernor made a personal appealto 1963-64 fiscal "
to a site within the block year. Manager Alley She also enclosed a bill
Bougainvillea has been re. I I 11 of Kansas' 20 delegates j bounded soon by First and Second Wood advised Council It had beena for $12.95 for new "panties"to
named West Bougalnvillea and Afterwards Scranton said "I policy to the audl.
a : Avenues North, and Eighth and use same replace ones torn on a nail
p East Bougainvillea, except for I I think we did better in Kansas Ninth:; Streets Council tor for a three.year period and at the fishing pier at a previous
that section now known as Sixth I I than w. did In Iowa, where we : ordinance this morning passedan vaca. reported Hackney's work the past date
Avenue North. Simllarl, Palm did extremely well" I year was "most ,"
a utility easement in that
ting
Circle has been renamed West s-Hsfartary I''
Palm Circle and East Palm Cir. 1 block.
f"rI He's 102; She 100 \ In routine business an alley KNEW YOURDRIVER'S
yoyd c cle.Broad ; ,was vacated and zoning was es. / LICENSE I
Avenue North between Mayor
labllshed for lots In the Archie Turner will ap.
Hold Open House t HolidayInn
DURING YOUR
I 10th and 12th Streets has been ]j jFERGUS area. point a ommittee at the requestof

renamed Sixth Terrace North, FALLS, Minn. (APMinnesota's ) Governor Bryant to "Let Free. BIRTH MONTH t

"D "The problem there it that you senior citizens ..
have to pass two streets between -
M.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Eholberg,
has entered .
The City agre
4 Sixth and Seventh Avenues
I will be looking over scores of ,
menU In the past with develop. NAPLES
North"'Clty Manager Vluce
Wood greeting cards today as a re.minder FLY .
ers to Instill utilities at their
noted. They are Sixth Lane North of what that fuss was all
I MIAMI
and Sixth Terrace North. (expense with the City to rebate
about. costs when revenues are avail.
Ehulbert had his 102nd birth.

2-21 FAMOUS LAST WORDS day and his wife her 100th tuesday able.At. a recent Council meeting:" New Year Round Daily Schedule
0
; nRlKy.. (.'PI) For Clt Manager Vince Wood report

0 three hours, the speakers di.- Their daughter, Miss Clara ed some developers would like Naples To Miami!
Ash For cUlled the pro and cons of a Sholberg, said her parents re.1 to settle accounts with the Cityat
11130 :
7:45 A.M. A.M. 3.45 P'.M.
/ flood control project proposed celved scores of letters and ; a reduced rate, and was auth.

f for mountainous HarUn County. cards "but they haven't bad'orlzed to offer a 50.cents.on. Miami To Naples!
CLA'SSIFIRTMENT time to look at any of them." 'the.dolUr rebate.
I "I 1 think it we'll h. reported 9:03 A.M. 215PM. 5:00
D is improbable One of the messages cam from This morning at : : P.M.
DE hilC 1""lhertloo.lllke 196 J. ." Johnson. 'Council meeting that offers to
P A said one speaker. president settle at rates from 90 centsto Coimettkm sad! Reservations U say poiat I. the world

There was an all-day open 70 cents on the dollar had AIRLINESNaples
NAPLES
He stopped short as 5 lout house for the couple, who eml. been forthcoming, but none at

clap ,'I 1 thunder echoed throughthe grated from Norway In the the 50 cent rate. Airport Co.co.rs. 3 MiamI) Airport|
r,'''n, anj the rim poured out 1170s. They were married in He was directed to continue ne. NB
zed Ii tamed out to be nly IprPII 1S86. All their eight children rot Ut Ions at the 50 'ent rate, MI 2-3154 44111
'i *' ser. were tier for the festivities. There were some objections City Ticket efface Naples Travel Agency '- 4 Coevon
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Hits $659,175AhoveAverage Wdnfada", June 17, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9



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Week In RealtyCounty SOUTH DAKOTA


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real estate transactions Twp 53, Rg 30, $1,500; Royce R. and Mary M. Thayer, .t si, Floadre...

during the second processing G. Mlnier to Max W. and Ruth parcel in Sec 4 49 ..li.1IC1 .
Twp Rg
period In upward June reached from $699,175 the $555, M. Null, Indianapolis, Ind., Lots 26, $7,400;; Harold E. and Ethel _ IOWA _
climbing 28 and 29 Blk
C, Unit l Con.
V. Helmback
to Frank I. Ger. NEBRASKA CN.Iigh
In the
(50 reported previous per ners Vanderbilt
Beach Est. $8 ald, Arlington Va. parcel In Sec V 'iii
,
The total Is $1,214,825 for .
lod. 900 CmeII ILLINOIS
; Ray and Nola M. Roberts'to IS .
Twp 49, Rge 27, $2.500 Clifford
month so far. Matins
the Nils and Helen Brunn Ureele
Lake Anderson to Jack Barnes,
The top deal reported during Worth Lot 18
Demere Landing Gainesville, Ga., parcel In Sec $itee.
the processing period was by the $1,600; Waterfront Development'Co. Atm. C
36 49 27 .
Twp Rce $3,000;
Corp. to the Lauderdale.
Bener ., to Alfred L. and Martha Clifford Anderson to Robert and
Naples Turnpike Acres, Inc., of A. Des, Everglades Lots KANSAS
C.I
Joanl Hoffman, et al Petoskey!
Miami Beach, for Section S and C.2 MISSOURI
Unit 1 MuPheree
Everglades Mich., Parcel In Sec 36, Twp 1
Township 50, Range :SI. The Shores, $9,600;; Beverly Jean 49, Rge 27, 3000. .
sale price was reported at Daniels to Vichy
Virgil M. and Janice Clifford Anderson toClarenceE. .

76400. Hand, Everglades, Lot 3,Blk 35' and Florence R. Anderson, G.rd.e City Ph.wate.
Other sales of $1,000 or over
Everglades, $9,000. Hlaleah, parcel In Sec 36, Twp
with values taken from tax stampson
49, Rge 27, $3,000;; Bener Corp., W.odw.rd -- --
recorded deeds Included the ISLES OF CAPRI to Lauderdale-Naples Turnpike _ He..i.y

following: Edward J. Moore to SamuelH. Acres, Inc., parcel in Sec 8, 1-Announcements 7-Dog i Cats Pets 49-Houses For Rent
Andon and Bonnie Kazanjian and Marlon B. Olson
Pauls
to Mildred A. McConnellNaples Twp 50, Rge 31, $10,500; Elaine OKLAHOMA AleC male Qreat Dane a"'... vaev' ROOMY 4 CR "oth.U"'u"h. .
boro, N.J., Lot 361, No. 2, Islesof Center to Llllyan Powers, Hla PlAZA BEAUTY SALON old Mutt till at onto Will, ." homo O'l I.,.. lot
1x41 13,14 and 15, Blk 22, Tier Capri, $4,500; Myrtle Cove, leah parcel In Sec 29 Twp 50, 1111 C Tamremi, T"I cetpt any alter over |100 or In Pi,,,. Rid8. E"I'1 .Ibow
2, Naples, $46,500; Francis L. Inc. FIELD HADQUARTIRS Midway 2 $5723Boata.Motors will consider trade Ml I *7U, room in thi" baaut lull ...
to Gerald V. and
Betty Rge 31, $1,000Howard; Shields 1110,1 acoral4 and availabla al only'
and Phoebe E. Guinan to Eugene J. Shaffer, Naples, Lots 14 and Odell and Thelma Gongs Pom I 1150/.0. Contact Will,am S
Toy M Tooth St No
puppy poodle AleC
W. and Marlon R. Prindle Na. roo.lr.d. '
ID, Blk B. Unit I. MvrtleXove; pano Beach, parcel In Sec 34, TO CATCH A FALLING STAR-The National Aeronauticsand Accts. Co or sprict. Til.phons r" ft'JS I/It IfHauaa

pies, parcel In Blk 22, Tier 5, Acres, $2, 00;; M.arv. H. Scott. Twp 50, Rge 31l,900Dorothea; Space Administration and the Smithsonian Astroph>.steal .. MI".1. .UI2.. for rant 1 lid'...., t
Naples, $15,000; William Durkin et al to Vernon R. and Ellen ISIS ChriCraft It t Conttel bulb unlurnlthad Vaarly
Minister to and Lorraine into full a seven state :
J.M. have operation
to ?.Magdalene A. Conboy, Naples, Duncklee Part Lot 118 Observatory put lelion, twin 110.. Ship to shore. CALL TilE NEWS FOR laa Available: Augud; II Call.
/ :Lots 17 and 20 all Lots 18 Naples, Brauer, Chicago, parcel In Sec midwestern network to photograph meteors Newsmap depth finder' fully equ'pped RUBBER STAMPS Ml t4It. '"7.1'
partf Naples\ Cr. and Tr. Co's Little 23, Twp CO, Rge 32, $1,800;; Cor. spots the 16 unmanned automatic camera stations. Photos with life ticket: etc Ph Ml I ....,"'.. I lIoth turnishodhorn.
and 19, Blk 7, Tier 7, Naples, Farms No. 2 $9,500 Mid Stat 2 4422 or i 271 Price V50 00 .., duo In
lonna "
; umba E.A. to Virginia Man used for scientific studies and very
trails will be Can be Brunk Smith
of the meteor teen at
$3,500 A. Lee and Hazel B.cm. S block from II...". AdultiMoorini
; Homes Inc. and DoreenM. 13-hUlp W nt. F maUExperienced
to T.G. .
Venezuela Crirt t4tl5Businesi !
ford to Bernard R. and Use E. de Rosa, Caracas, to track and recover any meteorites that might hit the Chris R.as.n.bls I. rihl tWli

Tessmann Huntsville Ala. Lot Reynolds, Johnston, N.Y. Lot parcel In Sec 18, Twp 50, Rge earth. Field headquarters for the project called Prairie I.Sari.' ..od ....,....... SI ... MI S IllS
I, Blk 4, Unit 1, Naples Manor, 33, $1,800;; Corumba, S.A., to in Neb. Total area covered bv the Opp"TEXACO von, a N oslairin 1. ... H.I. I Unfurniahod yearly
Lincoln
17 Blk 2 Unit 1 Network is rontal, Peal
Patia I badraom
Aqualane $4,800; Neapolitan Land Co., iw, Seraflnl Amarando Caracas, .. ."1. ./.u. ,
billion I* bath, tltt 00 .
than 2.5 acres a monthavailabla
Shores, $7,000;; F. Clifford Wen.rel to William L. and E1U. D. Park. Ven., parcel in Sec 18, Twp 50, camera network is more INC. Watr.ss" *.on'od I.rsn.c h .bar now, option' to purchaiar .
et al, to Fred C. and Dorthy er Naples Lot 22 Blk 10 Na. end lOll".'. Mail .ba 21 "... MI .
33 $1,800.
Rge
2 I1U.
For !..! now undar centime 1I1'.If
M, Binder, Naples, Lot 3, Blk 3, pies Twin Lakes, $1,600; Neapolitan \ Harry A. Simons to Paul and t.aMW.1 : ': iV'IIIIJI'I'W 8tWfl5i. lion. ultramodern nation atMoor.n we,!>... .1 A.J"Pit Two block from II...... com

Unit 1, Aqualane Shores,$26,000; Land Co.,Inc., to MiltonS. Elizabeth Holmes, Cynwyd, Pa., |< Shopping Con,.,. Na Berbecut Ml J iota Apply lately lurnithed yearly rental,I.
Paid andfinancial 3 bed'...... 2 II.,,,.
William Durkin to plat training proirani eft.r I 'ii. 57.5, 17M 00 a
Magdalene A. and Alice C. Freberg, Miami, parcel In Sec 21, Twp 50, Rge 34, Airport JOBNiZATBNotes I assutin.oaveiIbIs. month, available November UtCharie
Conboy, Naples, Lot 14, Blk 4, Lot 4, Blk 2, and Lot 5, Blk $1,300 Clifford Anderson to For ,",..,......" dn Ibis valuabla '
franchise contact Don Abarnothy 14-H.lp Wanted Male Co. Header. The Holl
2 Shores
Unit Aqualane $3,500. 5, Naples Twin Lakes, $1,200; George L. and Jane M. Ford Teieco ,Inc l>. 0 day. 210. Fourth Ava. South

Neapolitan Land Co., Inc., to Naples, parcel la Sec 23, Twp .o> MM '1. Myer. Phone ID Truck driver wantae. for reuUwork Naple Ml 11171. 6/10,51

AQUALANE SHORES Sidney and Rose Raskin, Coral 51 I, Rge 31, $7,000 Florida Mill. gat delivery. end water.

John J. Kinney, Sr., to Eliza. Gables, Lot 6, Blk 2, and Lot Sunshine Acreage, Inc., to John ......... ..,......_....-.-............_--.......,....._.--,.-.....-.... TEXACO INC. conditioning ekke 'L P Oa work. .MI Contact I fJII.l.p..4 .M, 50-Rooms For Rent
beth B. Pempln, Chagrin Falls, 7, Blk 5, Naples Twin Lakes, M. and Kathryn Gifford, et al, --- -- For sass loch potontial 1 lay : torvice ."0" attendant .
Ohio, Lot 23, Blk 4, Unit 2,Aqua $1,200. Chicago, parcel In Sec 19. Two For the first time during the hour and 55 minutes after leave Station now in operation inNapltt Ovtr 21, with rater Large roam with private bald
lane Shores $7,500H.Y.. Levin. Land Cleveland. On Saturday Gen.tral Paid h.,",". Proranl encet MI I t2l 1/14 It far lady Clot to .beech end
; Sidney Raskin to George H. 81, Rg. 34, $2,000;; Collier current season, traffic on the log .v.'I' shopping' center. Call before
sun to Chief Pontiac Motor, Inc., and Doris C. Smedberg, Naples, Title Co., to Charlie and Viola Naples-Mlaml rout. ailed to ex. Dynamics chartered aCess. and abla financiel For information,5bliflco' contact noon ar evening Ml 24IJSiitr .

Naples, Lot 07, Unit 1, Coquina Lot 31, Blk 10, Naples Twin Glass, Ochopee parcel In See clad the tally set In previous na to fly some vital missile parts Don Abarnathy. Tanaco Inc. 16-Htlp Available)

Sands, $17,900; Natel Inc., to Lakes, $13,900;; Milton S. and 27, Twp 52, Rge 30, $1,400; Florida years during the corresponding from Miami to Cocoa Beach. P 0. ID Son 1H11 lit*. Fl. MyariPhono half. Unencumbartd lady withe

Oliver A. and Catherine P.Crote.maat Alice C. Free err to Neapoll.\ Sunshine Acreage Inc., period. The regularly scheduled The missile was setting on t he sit,," 15 COmp.nei boas.kop.or. pa. 51-Wanted To Rent

Milwaukee, Wise, Lot 28, tan Land Co., Inc., Kendall, Lots to Joseph and Marlon Cutchlneal, lights carried 49 passengers be. pad at Cape Kennedy waiting for .H...'.. and in .butmati roar of l htem 0( sala.5sin.oo Intaparata Eic.ll.nl Preler, character living in raterencet Mid. WANTED, BEDROOM UN.

Blk I, Unit 2, Coquina Sands. 27, 28 and 29, Blk 11, First Sr., Tullytown, Pa., parcel In tween the two points, comparedto the small package to arrive, and building Sacrifice for war J/M. l/IJlf FURNISHED HOUSE. CLOSE:

$8,000; Donald W. Sweet to Bry. Add'n Naples Twin Lakes,$1 1,800; Sec 30, Twp 52, Rge 33, $1,300; 54 during the same week last caused a brief but hectic time ch... im or .large A) Colhar dn payment Caunty IN.NINO yEAR SEPT ROUND 1ST aEGIS

ant L. and Janice C. Hampton, Vera M. Frltchey, et al, Lots 8 Golden Age Investment Co., to year. Biggest load of the week on while the night was being set up ........ 1111.1'l"vn"I' 23-Mitc. For Sale Sow 404 CORAL GABLES WHITE 14

Naples, Lot 7, Blk II, Lake and 9, 54Newmarket$1,600.! Harry Satt, Wildwood, N.J., Par. any one flight was five passen. and co-ordinated. Field EnterprittiOOO PL A. |/}.,'

Ftrest, $15,000; Flame, Inc., to eel In Sec 12, Twp 52, Rge 34, gers, and the remaining Lockhead Those riding Naples Miami I'100 or 110000 can double S Clal* City awning, type
Paul R. and Anna C. Da Vila last week Included or triple in a relatively thor wood window' with ecreentSIM '4-Trad Sell
COUNTY $1,100. was used to handle this night. period Climatic cond"tiont force II' a W Encellent con. or
Edgemere, N.Y., Lot 6, Blk F, C.M. AND Mary P. Christianto South Coast Const. Co. Inc., to This ship will be leaving here Ed Pacelll, Col. C.C. Carter quick act,on Suitable partne. dit.on Ml 1 >lia 4/11.ItPowtr

Unit 1, The Moorings, $3,500; John B. and Anita G. O'Steen Louis E. Rage, Chicago, parcelIn Friday, and after a brief stopin Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Love, Jack or II. ,Collier" ..Ion County. Contact Newt b.. I/I lilA It Ml 23057.mow'r tar .... ''i'fi Will hoveo trade for lend equity, ,In. Lake Park

Cecil A. Tuell to Leona C. Shat. Immokalee, parcel in Sec 36. Sec 6, Twp 53, Rge 32, $1,000; Sebrlng for a 25.hour checkon Conroy, A.R. Staley, C. llert.tberg Call MI 14211'In City. ar County '".t('

turk, Lake Success, N.Y., Lot 1, Twp 46, Rge 29, $2,100; Maurice Clifford Anderson to MLM, Inc., the new engines will be flown Mrs. L. A. Graham 26 Personal

Blk M, Unit 2, The Moorings, A. Klein to J mes W. and Coral Gables, parcel In Sec 13, on to the tip of Cape Cod for the "Boots" Yanson, Peter Fuler, 57-Houses For Sale

$6,500; The Brent Corp., to Kathryn Crisp, Jr., et al, Im. Twp 53, Rge 32, $3,500 South summer. Captain Mike Hallowell Ton Weber and Mrs. James Cool.Idp. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

Dorothy Weir Carter, Naples, mokalee, parcel in Sec 4, Twp Coast Construction Co., One, to will be lying the ship on up, and problem Men ar woman...,h'ot",help,'h, drinking by calling I Bdrm. ,Air I .bath earner 'lot fire oncanal. .

parcels in Lots 5 and 6, Blk E, 47, Rge 29, $3,500; Lester Whit. Jerry and Louise Navlllo, Forest will remain on the cape until ear. Ml I 431 V:",lor* cord'ally piece I block conditioning to .beech' Owner .

The Carriage Club, Unit 2, The aker, et al, to Wendell and Betty Park, ni, parcel In Sec 6Twp 53, ly September. Present loads In. PUBLIC NOTICIIN welcomed. Church Meeting Anne in an FlrtlBeplitt IthSt Large will sail very. small,........1011.. .

Moorings, $68,000. Wardell, Orient, Ohio, parcel in Rge 33$2,800South;; Coast Const. dlcate the larger ship will not at 7th Ave every Taos and payment mortgage Cell collect. Ft down My

Joseph J. Domlnlx to Alva M. Sec 8, Twp 48, Rge 25, $48,000; Co., Inc., to Philip and Grace L. be missed much by the Naples THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT Fri..%,ght at S M P M. or*' OX 41143: S/UM

Olsen, et al, North Miami, Lots E.A. and Ruth Bond to Nelsonp. Navlllo, Chicago, parcel in Sec operation during the summer IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY PHIVAIt HALE

49, O,51 and 52, Naples Bay view, Rose, Cleveland, Ohioparcelin 6, Twp 53, Rge 33, $2,800. months, as most flights are oper IN FLORIDA PROBATE 38-Auto. For Sale 0...".. mul NO soil BROKERS three bedroom

$1,000; Anthony Caviano to CarlW. Sec 32, Twp 48, Rge 25, $60, sting with only one or two pas.sengers IN RE: ESTATE Of I bath home in THE MOOR

Under, et al, Wallingford, 000; Clifford Anderson to Timothy In either direction, and JESSIE MacLEAN 1151 Old. Power Hearing INO1 Central heat and air.

Pa, Lot 18, Unit 5, Oyster Bay, J. Geary, Miami Springs Veterans EntitledTo can be handled nicely with the NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decoa.*d well 4 brake Cell -flS4l Automatic 1I1'.JI Run out cend'.I.'oning..p' I tarpatmg bedroom througK Com

$9,400; W.T. Truesdale to Arthur parcel In Sec 35, Twp 48, Rge Piper Comanche or Cessna air All creditor, of the ..,.,. of plat, kite:tan Including ditooialand
Benefits With JEISIE, MacLEAN docoated ar* KARMANN OMIA On owner thwaihor, Nice (...."od
and fCathryn F. Silvester, Me. 26, $3,000; Josephine Gelardi to craft. hereby notified and required" to file Eacellenl I condition l tS5 M porch, paved dnvewey, toddad
Lean, Va., Lot 2, Blk 2, Ridge Franklin I. Shroyer, Troy, Ohio Highest RateVA Charter flights during the week any claim, or damanda which, they 144 3rd Av* N Ml 1741. lawn Phone Ml 14104 etter

Lakes, $8,500, Feme Rose Lu. parcel In Sec 36, Twp 48, Rge were operated to Tampa for Mr, have agamtt taid ettate In the. I !I &/17." I P M 1/2 it
office
of the
County of Colliar
cax to Vincent H. 26 $5,700. M.T. Dixon of the Florida and Mrs. S.F. Briggs Labelle Judge I'M ThundarbirdHerdtop. R A.
Conboy,Naples, County, Florida' In the Court; MfDIUMCOUNIV_ H. Power. w'ndewt. ...... Fe*. 38-lots For Sal.Waterfront .
Lot 25, Blk 9, Unit 2, Royal Har. Brooks Enterprises, Inc., to Department of Veterans Affairs for L.L. Hampton, West Palm I'.... at Naplet. Florida within s. tory air cend,t'ening. Low mil..

bur, $5,000; Chief Pontiac Motor, William F. Terry m, et al, said today that veteransare Beach for A.R. Staley, and Ml.amUNaples the calendar fIrst "publication month from of trio thlt date nolle.of. age H40Auloi Ml HIM after I PM0I25 Lots

Inc., to II.Y. and Celia D. Le. parcel in Sec 30, Twp 48, Rge entitled to the benefit which for J. N. Sherwln. urN claim or demand mutt be In Vanderbill Beach Etlettt

vlnson, Birmingham, Mich., Lot 27, $l,507;, John E. Price to JohnB. pays the highest rate. Due to the time change, Sherwin of writing,..,,,."and.. end mutt"...,..Office,. the."11'place", Repairs.' Peril Lot I. block L unit SLot I

22. I3lk. 13. Unit 2, Royal Harbor. and Miry J. Jump, Immoka Numerous inquiries have arrived In Naples one of the claimant' end mutt b* worn ISbn c..1" for Block.both J. lops unit Phone

$7,000; Edw. E. and JuanltaS. El.Us lee, parcel in Sec 20, Twp 48, been made retired I* by INC claimant' hi,. agent orhi or wr to Don Holland IM 171Avenue
by veterans attorney or it will become
and L It LCorp to Harold and LOOK HEREI Treature bland. FlaPhone .
Rge 30, $1,800; Seagrape Corp., void according to
from the armed forces for disability Land di..E. 340 7154Ipi
Ethel Heimback, Naples, Lot I, to Raymond B. and BessD. Head, CompanySues Is/ "ALIEN

Avondale Estates, $1,075; Quincy Louisville, Ky., parcel In Sec 1, regarding this question Trust Bank of Officer NapletEnecutor of the Wondering! where to (o "b ROYAL lotIt. Sal
Reece to Rex Dixon says. Some have been Daytona With tar problems? leon Drive Pop bali" or Trede
Fritchey, Immoka. Twp 49, Rge 25, $19,500; Cllf. of the Ettata of your Writ 0 J Herbert. lUt PosS

lee; Lot 8, Blk A, Bondurant. ford Anderson, Tr., to Donald placed on the permanent retirement Paper For Libel Allen. Knudsen Jettlo .Mtclaen Swartt, Decocted Factory Flmth faint Jab. Road. Oanen c."". .

$1,500; Guilford Naples Corp., pay list, or placed on Klchtrdton 4 ..... Wrecle "...u,"
to Henry and Helen V. Adams, temporary disability retirement MIAMI (AP>-A land develop. toi 1552Ft T "...po 59-Acreage
Patcliment ment firm sought $5 million Myer*. Fl*. Front and! alignment
Mich., Lot 4, Blk F, pay list,or separated from May 27. June 1. 10. 17, 1M *l2 Meter OverheulTrentmlicien o'nRIIIII' Owns. 05505mse.yh
Unit 3, Brookslde, $3,700. service with disability severance from a Florida newspaper In a 10 ...... $650! weal
CountyCourt libel suit on lie In circuit court rebuiltLubrlcellon Pr,.. C.lh., Coanly ....I EsSal. .
CHOKOLOSKEEAnthony pay separated from today. THE COUNTY LEGAL NOTICEIN JUDGE:"$ COURT MI a 'U Op.ls .u"".,..
service without retirement or COUNTY Irak** S/5.If
FlrsUAmerlca DevelopmentCorp. IN AND FOR COLLIER
C. Adams to orrest Palieli 4 We.
FLORIDA .
For I' .I. er hometit aver
L. and Dona M. Harmon, Ocho disability severance pay. contended the Daytona IN PROBATE ILllh1L 0.41't leek my further. I ecre trod J" acre I ecre
Lot 5 Sec 31Twp 53 Rge One veteran recently separated Beach News-Journal damagedthe NO. III St* tracts with electricity' and
pee, ,
IN RE ESTATE" OF .,.. ..
roads. 0th. big a I" '
Its
and
business
for total land firm's
30, Chokoloskee Island, $3,500; Judge Richard M. Stanley disability was JOHN FORTUNATOCALLEICREDITORS. Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. |?0 dn 120 par me and up
Anthony C. Adams to Forrest L. continued to hand out stiff sen- awarded$187.00 per month per reputation with "false and de.famatory" AND ALLPERSONS MI Collier County Reel 51.15 Ml
no tth at N tnoi
and Dona M. Harmon Ochopee manent retirementpay. stories about First. HAVING CLAIMS OR .. ;:, t Mil Open Sundayl4tlwth *.
tences to drivers found guilty disability ..__._ 'W' )/ .
parcel G In Sec 31, Twp 53, Rge of driving while Intoxicated, This award based on his America operations In Volusla DEMANDS:: AGAINST SAID ESTATE H acrortacls. IS 00 dn end

30, Chokoloskee, Island, $3,500%; James R. McLess service pay will never be less County. The plaintiff chargedthe You. end etch of you are hereby. UOO per ..... ne ,",.,..1. DM
assessing newspaper stories were"ac. otified and required' to proton! any 44-Mobilsj Homes One mile, from Golden Gals
Anthony C. and Mary L. Adamsto $250 or 125 days In Jail plus than the $187.00 per month. tuated actual malice." ci.:.'. .nd d.minds which you. or City, Collier County Reel E*.
Fairest L. and Dona M. liar. Now this veteran is entitled by aither of you, mey h.vi..init 10' I '0' Skyline Trailer. Air I.'. Ml I a.J9I.. Open Sundeylltlwth .
mon Ochopee parcel 7 Sec 31 10 days In jail, and ordered A jury trial was requested in the told Eetate of John Fortune, De. COIIO"I"S, C..son.blo for ]/ *
his driver's license revokedfor Dixon says to file a claim for the suit, which was assigned to coated' .to County the Honorable Judge Richard at Collier Cttanley c..h Sr l.nis. MI a uoo or M' Trail Frontage !7Je IronT

one year on the charge In service connected disabilitieswith Circuit Judge Harold Spaet. County Florid. end file the tame 06145 6/tIlt foot Between Neplet and Merc .
the Veterans Administration First-America's vice. In hi,. office' at the County Court Cloto Ettolol Trailer. with ca 1.,..... Turnoff Collier C*.
i County Court Monday One of h.... In Lest Maple. Collier County ban and corpart 11000 or Real Eitato MI ."ll. Open
The case against Calvin Nix, through his veteran county presidents Is Fuller Warren, a Florida. within' ti. (I' nl."".. bail offer, Ml J4I5 or I 2712 Sunday S/J.wt
mouths from I". ".,. 0' I'". first
of Florida.
on a charge of driving while Intoxicated service officer without harm- former governor publication hereof Sold claim' or Far tr.,ler or hometilo over
continued The Ing his retirement pay status. The newspaper stories Issue d."'."". I. conl.in' the I.... .". 45-Trailen For Rent I ..,. tract 2H aero I acre
was First-America's University drat ef the claimant end la be tract with, electricity and
case against Lloyd B. Parker, This man has a wife and one dealt with worn to end pretentod ea afore. Trailer' II a "week with" TV. reed Other b,g ecreage tract.
child If he files a claim with Heights development on laid along with II 00 for Ming ef III a week. Spicet II week |20 ,,". 110 per mo. and "".
charged with driving while 11* U.S. 92, five miles east of De- Claim er th. .."'. will be berred Rock Cretk Trailer Park Collier' County Reel Eltate Ml
cense was revoked was also the Veterans Administration, land. WALTER Q. SOROKOTVRetident i/2111 2 lIlt Open Sunday
and he Is rated 100% his Agent '"* fwlhit
continued. compensation IOROKOTV TAYLOR
the storIes
First-America quoted ATTORNEY THE 48-Apti. For Rent acre ,'.cII. IS 00 dn. end
Warrants were ordered Is. would be $250.00 for as saying much of the site ESTATE OF FOR 1500 per mo. no 1"'....,. 1150

sued for arrest of Patricia L. himself and $39.00 for his wife was under water. JOHN FORTUNA, DECEASED .:-.1tI1z- (ffin"it or One mile from Golden Gate
MS CENTRAL AVENUE: Month, (,",.D'lioT't), Ml City' Collier County Reel It
Davis and Katie M. Williams, and child for wartime disabilities NAPLES. FLORIDA 12102 Of Ml 15155Owo.'s tale Ml 2.395*, Open Sundai2lttfwth :
for himself and June 10 17 14 July I. IH4 ailS *
each charged with having no or $200 THINK YOU'RE GOING lerge furnithed eldcioncy .
$31.00 for his wife and child Air CO".. StonecrartAptt Ouick deal 20 ..,... IM per
and TO A FIRE? TO
valid driver's license failIng NOTICE OF 'INTENTION
Collier .
NAME MI 2 4IIS or Ml 2 212ttabo.1 to appear in court on a sum for peacetime disabilities. He LEMCHFIELD. Ky. (AP) REGISTER The under*,gned FICTITIOUS doe hereby certify late. Ml I III*. Open Sunday..
mons. would therefore gain $102.00If The LictchficM Fire Department that I am conducting .beetr.pair 1 44 Shorn Apt 1/7.wttt
and ....."1.".".. kutinatt at YEAR ROUND LIVING
Cecil Brown paid a |35 fine disability Is due to war ser ran into costly delays in exliniuiihing Naple' Florid. under the fictitioue Modern. one .bedroom and efficiency .

on a charge of failure to have vice or $44.00 per month If a blaze In an auto. .."'. of Morn Beet Work end Apt furmhed TV 62-Butineis PropertyTrail
that laid firm M competed of the cable" in Monthly or year
vehicle under control, and a disability is due to peacetime Firemen figured they could following serious who,. ".....*. end round. Ml 144JI Kelly Rr end Frontage 129 a front
service. drive out the You tern Kentucky pi.c.ootr..,,,."..* era a. fellow: *..rce Ave ./) If foot Between Nepleo end Mar
$50 fine for falling to immediately SAM MORRIS JR Itland' Tv,".". Collier .
Parkway, stretch a hose over a ..... to Cs.Slat
Dixon If the retiree who 3117 Calutt Ave Na 1.1 H. and spIs. .1 simmo
an accident. says -5- Ettat MI IJM*. Open
,
report ,ot. MI I 691 .111
foot
fence and the Ownerthip ef Morn Work
save burning car, ...
'V"1"J..
this has *
requests change actually ..
Robert W. Hicks was found I I. follow* TENAMTS WANTED
which
wig on a county road SAM MORRIS JR Owner 190%
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received retirement One .bdrm rurnitheo apt IrdAve
not guilty on a worthless check any I It I ta leily Rd 5 u""." Frontage.
parallel to the turnpike. my Inttntion t* apply the South Call Tommy Kehoe.
Llsabelle found pay compensation payments Clark ef Court 'In end for Collier Ml 12055 : 0......* lay tell S.. thi proarty -
J.Vv. at 25535.i7WPbtf
charge. They did. But Chief Carl County. Florida to ,..,.,.. the laid &/ and grab bargain today.
guilty on four counts of issu- would be withheld until the Collard it saws of Morr'e Soil W..U G. H. LUFF, 421 N. tth
and cost them 5.20 the of Cheptor 10S1. lew 110 $50 $iso all4 SOIl
amount paid the armed services provident *
checks receive by
ing worthless in tolls loins and coming. if Florid, Act of 1141Wtnet Fur*. I .bdrm. apt*. Efficiencie .
ed a 90-day jail sentence on has been fully recouped. my hand. thit tin day ef *. Tv. ...., Ceno. 74J 4th 65-Gen. Real Estate
June, 1,... Avo So Ml 5 dOlt |/| IfFurmtned
each count. SAM MORRIS. J"JU" I
Scrlven PUBLIC NOTICI U I24. July 1. IM4 ailS menl bedroom apart. GET THE KEY
Booker T. chargedwith Huge roam, kitchen TO A HOME
.I''r'
Thant Suggests ond .balh lltl 2/7.S.If HOMES not last houie. but
deprivingwasgivenasus- NOTICE Of MEARINO FOR I 4OSQUITO CONTROL BUDGET 2 bedroom furmthed ."c....., home*. T". hind the need
pended sentence of six monthsin Cypress Peace Budget Hearing for the Fitcaltember rear October I IH4 through Sep. apt No pots Of children Ml only your lomlly to sacs them
ID IM}. w,II be held by trNiaiet ,it Naple* Motflu to Control DittrictIN 2 n.7 a, Ml I list 4/ltf end make thorn Into warm,
jail pending payment of $20 Coll., County FIord. rA :: Diitnci Offc. e tenien, ef 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED friendly haven cif phytical: comfort .
: per week for support. Force Stay On 'rport Road atlOOPM CITlaltnet Monday. July I. 144 APT OREIN ACRES Mla we help and you apinlual etart making klitt your May ,

L The following charged with UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. 2M "".If HOME TODAY

speeding, failed to si pear In (AP) Secretary.C en.ral U TOTAL LOCAL STATE II STATE I 49-Hous For Rent I .bedroom.. lit beth*.
bonds "oo .II. $1|.000IIJ.KrO
and 'en
court posted that
Thant recommendedTuiaday I 42 244 .
I M 7" |I7.124'JS.
ordered estreated Cheater the U.N. peacekeeping force be Chemical' t. 5o1v.ntn DIMFueit 15.000 J .bdr.s. cootage ..", pI..I, fir.oishod. J b.drtarns. III.th..
Cham- second Lubricant' "...... 14 inuppl '.Ja' S .blucbt from 1I..h. Diana AVI. 5lIS0O
$30 Eugene A. In for a
Turner ; kept Cyprus ( ,.. Material I.IM too 200 5 bIb' fv.m AvaII.bls. ,nnil .
r'il ......
lers. $35; David Roser ield. three months beyond June 27, legal\ 4 / Feet .___ 1 lit 7115 D.c 5. Ml 0/SIR a 10011' Grsvs. Sb.th. .
,Insurance ___Tin .4 tVContract > IWOJjM 2 .bid,_ C.t
C.0 ross $45 Robert Its scheduled termination date. -to h".h. TV
Steven
$25; ] Work _' 4 172Incdenttl ace T1 nit"" ...II.b'.. Adu' soly.Ml .
M. Leveque $30; Thomas He warned that Its withdrawal __ a sis UO,. all 6.1' U APPOINTMENT PLEASE
Loan. __ l.110
Hufflne. $25; and Stephen C. now might bring heavy conflict equipment Interett. It 11Contmgency 27 III I DMI lbdm. furniekoelorunlurnithed I.. .N.pl. South pod ModstHem.
between Greek and Turkish .:- I Ml 00* sets -.. with carport on s's tll''''''',
ALL PACKED UP-Giraffes Hague $30.Other TOTAL .--IU2HJ Siesta. 111.!" Ill.000IM privila .."M. Call Asdorsso.
Cypriots. Aueciate
are not the easiest animalsto bonds ordered estreated MI101.I ,,, :
Thant made the recommenda.tlon local T...* 111Irtquetttd Gu,1 __ aimpl.t.1Lo. Lucille Otto Virgil Marcum
ship. This one, Claudia and charges were Lawrence In a 40-page report to the Donation*-City of Maple ) 7 200 "'..... I IIlock Prows Hoch.' Call

Sir. a 2-year-old male born A.Glovlchlmproper sta rt,33S 1 Security Council, which Is ex. Collier Countyy requeued |.tooit MI .1. 1/010 DEWEY'POLLYREALTY

la Chicago's 3rookf ield Zoo. Charles Boggess no valid driver's pected to take it up before the slit. pstat. IUOO.UIl GOING ON VACATION

looks as though be'spacked license. $25 Warren H. end of the week. iia 3 CALL I ROOM COTTAOlSLKrn

In his own suitcase. The big petit larceny $100; and Order of the ...." of ftepli Motqutto Control Commweionor*. S ALL ELECTRIC KITCM Carnar ef 11 Av*. Ua a.
Lowe Collier County Florida IN AVAILASIC SV WEEK Tamiaml Trail'
fellow j U being shipped to Dennis 1.. Laffeny petit larceny CALL THE NEWS FOR Ml 2-2107 0" MONTH III NORTH C."O. Ml I U51.Total .
the Southwick Animal Farm *. I. BRA1MEAR. ChaIrman. LISA 1100 'T, ELEVATION
in Blackstone. Mass. $100. RUBBER STAMPS Juno II ,I. 1H4 Ails CALL MI a'1I7. '/54tf







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