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"c"N". ','fP; /1. ;; !\' .. ., '\ 1" .,,"1' ",""" t'' '.1 Appeals Board Recommendation 361 Delegates
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.; Easement Vote To GoldwaterWASHINGTON


The or (AP) Sen.
j1 Barry Goldwater has 361 R*.

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lv. e publican National Convention
delegates bound to him by state

laws or party convention ae.
MADRID Spain ((AP-Wear. tlens. That's more than half of
ly 100 suspected Communist the 871 flrst.ballot votes credit.
have been arrested In a nationwide Save $ $ $
crackdown, police Included announced May *Press d to survey him by an Associated

today. They The remainder of the votes Indelegates
several foreigner ,
Goldwater s column come from
The Franco regime' roundupof
leftist agitators began In May Construction of a guest house The appeal board shied awa y;) utilities out of all these ques. who say they favor

and the police announcement In.dlcate within a vat ated alley, now used from deciding the legal questloi! i tlonable easements" the Arizona senator, Including.
It Is now completed. The t by the City as a utility ease. of whether the City still has valii I The footer for Hill's guesthouse 35 who consider themselves per.sonal'y

suspects face trial this fall In r ment, might force the City to easement rights once the property ,. Intrude several feet Into pledged or committedand
the new National Court of Pub relocate water sewer, and other was vacated An old ordinance ,, the easement and part of the 28 who say they'll vote for
lie Order which has been given !. "4 utility lines at a cost of "thou. vacated the alley without t t foundation walls actually Hoover him but are not personally

jurisdiction over all political sands of dollars," City Manager provision for utility rights, but a i a sanitary sewer line Installed pledged
prisoners except those charged Vince Wood told the Zoning Board later ordinance was /passed In ar, some time ago within the ease. The total credited to Goldwt.
with violence. of Appeals this morning. effort to regain easement rights,. ment. City ordinances now for. ter in the AP survey Is 22 more
k After much discussion and a bid building of any structure with. than the 653 needed for the nom.

first-hand look at the buildingsite DISAGREE In five feet of an easement, (nation provided hean keep
OXFORD England (AP) them between now and the COP
the board reached decision Carroll told the board that
South Africa' ambassador got Lawyer G.E. Carroll representlng convention opening in San Fran.
which will protect the City'sInterest the guest house, If moved back
and his flat tire owner Ralph C. Hill Cisco July 13.Coldwater's.
a booing car a *
In its easement and to 1 out of the easement and five feel
he defended his 1 maintained that the City could t votes stemming
as country's racial ir3 which the owner probably will besides, would be "right at the,
4 what it had ,
legally regain river from state
binding
policies before an Oxford Ylr. a, IS r a primary
v bark
door"
of
1 the main house,
student gathering Wednesdaynight. ; t agree. away. Wood disputed this, am election total 1181) from Instructions .
f S City Council will consider the Building Official Bert Plnkston
Y told the board that similar clr t I of a state or district COP
appeals board's recommends said the guest house would still
Dr. Carel Do Wet's speech toe cumstances apply to many oth.1;r convention, 243.
tlons at the July 1 Council meet. be more than the required IS feet
the university's conservative association easements throughout the south This could rise If the last 14
away from the main house,
lag central part of town. delegates to be chosen, In Mon.
was Interrupted by .. ....... ... Board members, faced with a
--- Allowing buildings to be t tana
shout of "Free Mandela" and pu Friday are Instructed for
"Go home, De Wet" from a IT TAKES OLDER ONES / up within these "questionable',. confusing plot plan and differing Goldwater,
ti opinions, went to the site at
crowd of 300 demonstrators out. easement "could affect the Clt!' Most politicians privately
((1-r) Patricia Turner Terri 623 First greet
T South. Afterlooking
to the tune of thousands of dollars .
side. De Wet was half dragged scoff at such terms as "legally
to his car by a flying wedge of Graham Anita Boqvist VtJ'i ," Wood said. Issuing build over the situation they binding." They contend that
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voted 3.1 in favor of
lona Cale Jones j a compro'
Floyd
10 policemen afterward. Fistfights Ing permits for these structure; even such strict statutes as
broke out among the and Denise Belyea would weaken the City's claim ti ro mise of sorts those In Oregon and Wisconsin
Under this of the
students four of whom were ar. the right to put utility lines with. plan no part governing the actions of dele
proposed guest home would
rested. In the easements, he explained' over. gate would be hard to upholdIn
hant the easement line. The wall
"The situation I I. that we ma: the courts of another state
& nearest the line would be set back
have to take Mr Carroll tocour I
It's Summer two feet to allow for two.foot
AP-The a
CHICAGO ( government "
1S on this, Wood said, "because I II
appeared ready today to roof overhang. The guest house
would be cheaper for us to flgh I Florida Parks
call its final witnesses In the Registration for the Naples In the court than to move oui r will\ be approximately 10 feet
mail fraud and conspiracy trialof Summer Recreation Program ttwyF from the nearest part of the main Open To PeopleOf
Teamsters President James sponsored Jointly by the school ( a house.
R. Hoffa In U.s. District Court. and the City Recreation Depart. !I Ir pl The board's plan reflects "pec. All RacesTALLAHASSEE
Indications were that prosecutors ment was held Monday and actlvltles < f 4 t 1 ullarltles and unusual clrcum.

will call their final witness.es got under way Tuesday. Blood Bank stance In this part of the city," (AP) State
today and Friday and may Total figures of the number : member Henry B. Watkins Jr. Park have been open to all
rest the case against Hoffa and enrolled are not yet available ; bfi explained.. Guest; houses and other races without restriction for

even codefendant early next but about 150 enrolled at the acre-or building have beet many months, the ,Elate Park
week. More than 100 witnesses,..Sh-dowlawn. Elementary enrollment Drive Goes bullt'very dose to easement lines Service reported.But .
have already testified at the headquarters for those 1Jr on two lots adjacent to the one un. director N. K. Miller said

trial BOW In Its eighth week. east of the river. About 100 ap. der discussion this morning that the vast majority of No.
peared for the first day's activities Member Nick Walllngford<< dls. gross have continued to use the
at Shadowlawn. sented because he said no hard. parks established for them while
MIAMI AP- Miami Over
Charles Ashmann( who lawyer he Registrations were held also at TopNaples ship existed to Justify encroach the white generally use their
says
went broke representing Cuban Lake Park Elementary and at ing on the flve.foot setback iron'parks.
the recreation center InCambler easement lines. There have been cases of Into
exiles, received a three.year Park r blood donors came The board's meeting lasted the grated group using the predom.

prison sentence Wednesday for A basketball league to play .n through nobly and put the drive better part of two hours,because Inaptly white parks, and other
writing worthless checks. each Tuesday and Thursday evenings for blood for the Collier County of another "knotty problem" on cases In which Negroes tested
Ashmann represented Cuban at the Senior High School blood bank "over the top" which action was taken It votedto integration policies by going to
exile in efforts to free
prisonersof gym has been added to the sum. It was announced this mom grant variance on two lots In the white park, Miller ald. But
the Castro and
'le forced seizure government of thousands, of met program it was announced. trig by Mrs Helen Yeager, secretary Naples Bayvlew subdivision so no violence resulted
lollars worth of Cuban propertyor Boys in grades 9 through 12 of the blood bank. the owner can build a house on Generally, the white leave
are Invited to Join the leagueand The for the Naples the vacant property.The when a Negro group shows up,

Nlth a a claim Miami against advertising Cuba. man are advised to contact Coach .----r2 :____' .........."\1'. v.- are had quota been placed at 160 small sire of the lots In I he said Miller said that the
Jerry Howell at the senior: high this eastern.shore development, board many months ago set the
gym Thursday evening AND YOUNGER ONES like (1-r) Jan Wh eler, Seldon Easterly, pints and up to noon today a which was platted 1 prior to es. policy that the public parks

ODENSE Denmark (AP- Maureen Sutton, Lyn Belyea and Roy Chappe II total of 163 pints had been do- tabllshment of coning laws, has would be open to all regardlessof

Soviet Premier Khrushchev nated.A race
(Continued on page I)
vowed today that the Soviet total of 128 donors offered

Union's agricultural difficultieswill blood here w edne s da y,but there

be solved in seven or eight were 16 rejections making s ITo

years or "I'll say I am not a total of 112 pints furnished. Coin A Phrase
Communist and I will tear up This morning s total of 69 ,
my party card." offered their blood but 13were

The Soviet leader, after a rejected so that 66 pints were

tour farms of, swore prosperous that the Danish Soviet d 9' e, given. There's Too Little
These donations Included 22
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Union would not be dependentfor v. ,
grain on capitalist nation pints which were given to replace -

In lean y.ara.Khrushchev. r I I4 22 pints which had been Jingle At The Banks
told an audienceat I It Iv used for the late Fabian C.

the nearby Datum Agrlcul. Mclntosh, Mrs Mcintosh had -

turf College that the Soviet Un. offered to pay the monetary Naples banks are feeling the ney" he said. "You'll get a

Ion has little to learn from Dan. price of the blood for any donations pinch of the coin shortage which guaranteed rate of Interest and

Ish agriculture because theDanes' 1.t e4 made for McIntosh to has struck the nation.both Mrs. be doing your local business
Is too small
farming en
a scale Friends of the Library with Mamie Took, president of the economy a real service."

the result that the Utter organization Bank of Naples, and George E. Of course the real solutionto

will be receiving a Powell vice-president of the the problem. Mrs. Took
Fla. AP
-ST.Negroes AUGUSTINE switched tactics( ) sizeable donation. Price of First National Bank of Naples commented Is for the govern-

again In their determined blood Is figured at $25,00 per said yesterday. ment to mint more coins

three-week siege against segre. pint.This Hoarding by collectors and Naples Federal Savings and
gallon In this city and marched afternoon the Bloodmobile the Increased use of vending Loan Association makes little

singing through a white rest Is at the Fire Station In machines are considered largely change and has not been affec-

dentlal section In the middle of Immokalee where It Is expec- responsible for the condition ted to any extent by the shortage

the night. ted that an additional 60 or nationally according to D.D. Me-
What form the next demon, --- 60 pints of blood was be dona The Bank of Naples which Coon president. Naples Federal

stratlon might take In this TO MAKE UP A GROUP like this participating ordinarily gets Its coins from however does take In a

strange struggle was a matter Hold 200 Cubans In the School-City Summer Recreation Program ata Soviet To Give ted.Norman Herren Is chairmanof the Atlantic National Bank In considerable quantity of coins

of speculation as a grand Juryin number of playgrounds in the city. This !group the Collier County Blood Jacksonville or the First National which It turns over to the two
session continued Its
special
closed door investigation of racial : In was at Shadowlawn Elementary School. New Plan For Bank and Mrs. Yeager secretary Bank of MlamL largest banks, McCoon said.
unrest.A For Sabotage KenneySchryverandJohn bank In the state. Is finding that

few white spectators Leavitt have been promoting the many times the banks are unable -

watched, some perched on: Havana PlantsMIAMI Junking Bomber; drive as s public service function to fill Its requests for Will Press For

parked cars.Special. County Road BuildingJust by the Naples Jiycees. coins. Ordinarily It will order
(AP) Three Cuban GENEVA (AP) Th Soviet $1,000 worth of pennies at t
who arrived report Union Indicated a move todayto In order
refugees just time. a recent they RedistrictingAfter
MeetingFor that 200 employes of three Havana moot the American position I! Patrol received only $100 worth Instead
ScheduleOnce Highway
About On
oil companies were arrest on a proposed bomber "bonfire". of nuclear of the amount requested ElectionMIAMI
planes.Soviet
School Board ed after an alleged attempt to
sabotage the plants.The Deputy Foreign Minis, Made 123 Count ,rMrs. Tooke said.
Monday June 22 the State Supreme Court Trail through East Naples I* on, ter Valerian A. Zortn told the ) The First National Bank he re (AP)-Richard Swann,
refugees, who rowed three schedule and about 35 cent likewise has found that have
validated the bonds, immediately per 17-natlon disarmament conferonce they the Miami lawyer whose chal.
The County School Board their days homeland and 170 miles said the to arrests escape the "wheels" of procedure to complete. He said all drainageI a forthcoming new Kremlin :[ Arrests In May not always been able to get the lenge of Florida's legislative ap.
will hold a acquire rlghts- f-way for "Alll. complete and work had startedon plan will modify the Jan 2( supply coins they have order- porttonment Is before the U. S.
next special meeting followed discovery of a fire, an gator Alley" began turning In the bridge. Soviet proposal calling for total[ Highway Patrolmen made 12:3 1 ed, Powell said, and has been Supreme Court, say he won't
Monday June 22, with two unexploded bomb and evidenceof office of Engineer Harmon The project of widening High' In Collier Count]r
County destruction of all bomb)ri g; arrest forced to borrow coins from press for redistricting until aft.
sessions scheduled. attempts to damage equip. Turner. way 2. through the business; planes during the month of May. The; or the November election
At the 1030 torn sessionthe ment at the former Shell and "We sent wire and made ./.. section of Immokalee Is "well, The January proposal was rejected issued 108 warnings, and point I other banks In Fort Myers and

board will consider among Esso refineries andSlncIalr store phone calls to property owners on schedule" and about 83 percent by the United States ai i out to 133 drivers that their v*. Miami In ordertofillWcucomers' Swann said Wednesday ho ex.

other agenda Items the pro- age tanks. along the rout shortly after the of the pipe for drainage li; Impractical and unacceptable t<>)> hides had faulty equipment. needs. pert to ask UA District Court
posal of the Marco bland Development The oil area. Just outside the court ruling," said Turner. A completed. the West. An American counter,, Thirty-three accidents were In. David B. Irons, president of next week to rule the proposed
Corp. to donate Havana suburb "New Havana," number of people have contactedthe Another project "well on ache,, plan on March 19 called for d e., vestlgated by the patrolmen. Ro the Florida Cankers' Assoclai constitutional amendment embodying -
achoolsltes on the Island and where the refugees lived, Is surrounded office cine, and are showing dule" I* the 10-mll. stretch of the structlon of 480 American B47s,, ports show that there were t: tlon, has urged that the public the 1903 districting font
the by anti-aircraft weapons considerable Interest. We will Trail through Ochopoo. About a matched by the destruction a; injuries resulting from the ac. co-operate with the banking Industry mula -43 senators and 112 rep.
toward proposal to give $10,000 they said. The afrests occurred have definite Information In about third of the stretch at the east 480 Soviet TU16 over a two. clients but no fatalities. Da by keeping the present resentatlvesunconstitutional.
building construction at several weeks ago, they added. fwo weeks" end, said! Black now has the base, year period. The Soviet rejected map to vehicles was estimate 1 supply of coins In circulation.

Edison Junior College In Lee Military mobilization In Cuba, J.H. Black, resident engineerfor material la place. The section., the Counterproposal at tlS,47 "If want to see a smile U the amendment scheduled
you
County. in mid-May coincidentwith the County, in looking at a little over throe miles, will Zortn hinted today his new> Highway Patrolmen assigned I to be on the November ballot,
begun the
At 1:30 pjn.. the board win reports of Impending exile other road construction progress be paved first. The work will proposal will take into account t, to Collier County are Jaroei r a on face of your banker ls struck by the court, the 41.11
review the work be done la sections to cause tra.Cetlood and Ro. bring In those piggy-banks and plan would stand a* a statute
Crawford
tentative budget for antI.utro action, lass greatly In the county reported that 'the American objection tc;, peacock, Ed cookie .
die 1964-w school year. diminished the Cubans reported.;' on tile four-lanlng project of the ( o> page X) scrapping all bomber. bert Melln. Jars and deposit the mo until/ replaced.t .

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. 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, June 18. 1984
Bring Flames Chinese Aim To Force


Swazis Vote Next Week Under ControlIn I

; IndochinaBy

I Quake Area U.S. Out Of

have aroused deep uneasinc ,- J
Have Symbols On BallotMBABANE MIGATA, Japan (AP) I WILLIAM L. RYAN Moscow that the Southeast : >

Flames from blazing oil stor. : AP ''Special CorrespondentRed be situation can Involve -the
tanks were being brought leaders may
age China's:
Swaziland (AP)>- under control In Mlgata today. rvlnf;: to generate panic 1/1' l* U.S.S.R. In an untidy have mess .rn .
A it might little
slfelnch nail and a ballot with Thousands to United States by which to
were returning
48 rope and the much to lose.
and
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symbols such as a horseshoeor homes they fled after Tuesday's the Idea a *wiralwsr gain
t playlm. up that
a bunch of banana will be .devastating: earthquake. Asia is around Agitated Moscow statement
in
used the verbal war with the t, .
by voters next week as Firefighters said they hopedby in )
the earner.
Swaziland takes a bit step to. 1 tonight or Friday to be In Awa/e that this Is an electionyear nese Communists accuse Pek< ;

ward self-government. .control of the Inferno the quakeset :V"''''' to' the United States, Peking of following a war policy Mcs

Vast numbers of the 240,000 off along the waterfront of ..a:' t'' rtaseek to capltalze on cow hardly wants a showed
trlballstlc Swads cannot read the northern Japanese port, cen. : the embrolfment of Americansin In which It would be obliges tt

or write. They show little Inter.est ter of the domestic petroleum debate over foreign policy support Peking at the risk at

In the hurly burly of modern I Industry and on the atmosphere of un- raising danger of a general n,
politics.
II Ninety of Nllgita's 300 big certainty this can create else. fllct in Asia.
To simplify voting procedures tt.vr .: Peking propaganda says
.
I storage tanks were set afire, "' where In the world.
all 48 national roll candl. jut I by noon today the columnsof a. 4... '':/ A The end of this summer suggests peace In Southeast Asia hires
dates have been dif ; thread that the tinted
allocated black smoke were lightening a itself as the Ideal time for by a ,
ferent symbols.All ,,), .. the States Is trying to compel Red
is flretrucks poured foam ex. the Red Chinese to apply
'
the Swazi voters will have ;< of China to use force in lAOS
ilngulsher: Into the flames Most < heaviest The season
to do Is plunge a nail Into the ,. 3f the foam was supplied by .' '....'' : the monsoon pressure.rains Is at hand On the diplomatic front, Peklni's
voting paper and perforate It nf J J"fl Jj ,.. .: ",/ y' ''_ will minimum demand Is.
U.S. forces and was flown from .' ".... l.t.! now in Indochina and It
alongside .f' of the 14 ,
the = static
symbol represent. rokyo. )W'vAV', .wt '_' >.wr-! v.: last until the end of August. This new conference ':s
tog the candidate of his choice. : f The people of Nllgata, hard. provides a prospect of lull in which "neutralized" Laos in

The only woman candidate med to disaster like most Jap. NEA Radio-Telephoto) military activity In Laos and 1962. Only on this basis, It says,
Mrs. Refine Twala, an African, the time for can there be a solution to the
C mese, began picking up South Viet Nam and
drew a pair of trousers as her i t hreads of their lives. QUAKE WRACKS JAPAN-Aerial view of Niigata Japan shows the damage done to maneuvering. crisis stirred by a Red grab of

symbol, Carl Todd, a white ta Thousands of uniformed men the Showa Bridge across the Shinano River by 1 the earthquake which centered on diplomatic and then Peking what had been territory of the
Between ,
candidate, drew a bunch of ( From the armed services Joined the west coast ol the main island of Honshu Lower portions of the city, background seems bent now upon a campaign of neutralist Vientiane govern

bananas. oral[ workers in clearing away were flooded.County. spreading fright among U.S., ment.

Even with voting so simplified, debris and mending roads. European and even Soviet pub. Communists would use a new

officials predict thousands of Tons of relief goods poured in. lie opinion that there can be ca. conference to drag in South
spoiled ballots.Contributing. Donations came from abroad. lamltous consequences for all Viet Nam with the aim of ap.

to a choice political The king and queen of Malaysia TB And Health Asia and perhaps the whole plying pressure for neutrallu.tton .

situation Is the fact that xi a state visit to Japan, con. Group world because of what Is going there, too. President Ho

eight political groups, two of t rtbuted $8,333. on In Laos and Viet Nam. Chi Minh of Red North Viet

them white, will contest the The first of some 20,000 evac Peking's aim at the momentIs Nam has clarified what this

elections. lees began returning to their to create pressures for negotiated means.
Only 73,000 persons of the homes, or to what was left of Names Committees For 64.65 solutions in Laos and Ho said Vietnamese should be
country's total population of hem. still left alone to settle the question
Low.lylng areas were Viet Nam. Red China would de.
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'Cu' 'Ioa "'. A' .
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200,000 are eligible to vote flooded from the tidal wave mand complete U.S. withdrawal inemseiveaTHI ura u e i e wi national
The 58 candidates are vying ; t hat poured In from the Sea of The regular meeting of the Cold, Mrs. John Zeller Association Publicity Chair: from Indochina.The Independence, peace and

for 24 legislative council seats. Japan after the quake. Collier County Tuberculosis and Patient Services Committee man Mrs. Elva Grlffls. Soviet Union also says it neutrality, so they can later at.
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Swaziland's elevation from Th JI\I' Health Association was held chairman, Mrs. Sam Shaw Mrs. Chairman of
The national police reported Volunteers Mrs. wants the withdrawal of U.s. tarn peaceful reunification of
the backwoods of tribalism to KIV.fi SOli ilL /A II, ]1,158 houses destroyed and 18,. Tuesday at the 19th Hole of the Elthea Alderman Sam Heath. Gudrun Hoffman. forces from South Viet Nam. Viet Nam in accordance with

an Independent state Is being Traditional. King of the !!00 damaged by the quake, an. Beach Club Hotel, with Mrs. Respiratory Diseases Com. Christmas Seal Campaign The Red Chinese also seem to the program of the South VietNam

watched by her powerful race. Swans I in European Xher 11,000 were flooded. Sara Jones, president, presld- mttteei chairman, Dr. N.W. Lar. Chairman Henry B. Watkins,Jr. national liberation front."

segregated neighbor, South Af. Although the quake was the Ing.The !turn, Dr. Clyde L. Brothers That Is Ho'i cover organlza.
rica, and to a lesser extent dress. (strongest. In Japan since the board voted to contribute Mrs. Clarice Benson. Easement. e tlon for the Communist Viet

by Portuguese-ruled Mo. .923 quake that took 143,000 three per cent of the annual net Dinner Committee! Naples, REPORTThe Congo What Ho Is saying is that
zamblque revenue comes through South 1 Ives In the TokyoYokohamairea receipts of the Christmas Seal Mrs. Jane Herren; Marco, Mrs. (Continued from page 1)) South Viet Nam should be left
Great numbers of the Swazis African sources. Her small ex attributed the Campaign Fund to the State Com. Herren; Immokalee, Mrs. Sara Case Detection Committee
that the Communistscan
experts re. been a big stumbling block In alone so
of asbestos and cash that
ports reported
still walk barefoot, gird them. cropsmust narkably low loss of life to the mlttee of Medical and Social Re. Tones; Everglades, Mrs. Crete 5,132 X.rays were plans of the property owners to take over completely. a
South
pass through AfrU search.At taken by the X.ray mobile unit.
hen
selves with animal skin lion. Weinstein.
fSwazis act that the quake hit after develop the land. Another ob.
can territory. Thousands of Of this number
the of 4,042 were neg.
suggestion Dr. N.W.
cloth, straighten their hair with 1 unch when stoves
cooking stacle has been lack ofa sourceof
unable to find employ. alive.. Thirty-five definite sus.plclous .
Larkum, the board also voted to or
mud and themselves with off
grace vere and there were no res. fresh
ment In their own country, mi. : cases of tuberculosiswere water. '
purchase health education slides
bird feathers I dentlal fires. Warren ProbersTo Mrs. Alva Olsen of Miami now Reformers Now
Most Swazis Sobliu/a grate to the South African gold and material to be used In the "follow.ups" Of these 35
support The casualty toll was 25 dead can go ahead with plans to builda
mines
year. suspicious or definite TB cases
every ,
Respiratory Disease
U, the traditional king of the md U missing although the program. house on two of the four lots
Swa/ls whose word Is law and Board members also voted to Hear Secret three were new cases picked up; Set On
damage was estimated at hun. accept the budget and named the of the three, two were hospital. she owns at the west end of Dan. Eyes
whose numerous royal chil. Ireds of millions of dollars.
ford Street next to the city-county
.. ,
Ized at home taking drug
Willis following to committees for the one
dren and relations.. are en. Uepass, The 1923 quake cam a few Bay Front Point Park.
(Bay )
1964.65 program Service Chief therapy and 11 were old cases. New
trenched as headmen and chiefs nlnutes before noon, upsetting TargetsWASHINGTON
Summer Students Executive Committee Presl.I There were 11 cases "negative"for Each of the lots
throughout the cUUllt ry.Swat.lland's harcoal:: cookers then widely in measures
economic struc ise.. Huge sections of Tokyo and dent, Mrs. Sara Jones; secretary, WASHINGTON (AP>-Secret TB and the other nine are 40 by 84 feet, and even two lots (AP)-Jubll.ant .
lure Is greatly dependent oti the At Stetson U. Yokohama were razed, and Mrs. Hazel Griffin; treasurer, Service Chief James J. Rowley still being followed as suspects. combined have fewer square feet over their big victory In the

good will of the South African David Repass and James Wll. nost of the victims died in the Mrs. Betty Lander; past presl. testifies today as one of the lastIf There were also two tumors, 11 than the minimum lot.size Supreme Court, advocates of

Republic. Must of the country's Us, Naples" Senior High School f lames. dent, Mrs. Margaret Rosier; Rep. not the last-of the hun. cardiovascular and 42 other pa. requirement In E.single family the "one man, one vote" theoryof

stu students enrolled Stetson Uni -- ector-at.large, Mrs.Clarice Ben. commission Investigating; Marlon L. Webb, asso. surrounding undeveloped land, horizons today.

versity's "Advanced Studies r>ro. Chief CaruthersAt son; Mrs. Elva Crlffls, Mrs. President John F. Kennedy's elate field program services rep. now is coned C, a higher class: Their next target: such local
gram" In Ireland this summer. Jane Herren, Mrs. Gudrun Hoff assassination. resentatlve of the Florida Tuber flcatlon. government organizations as
fA{ ConventionNaples man. Nearing the end of Its task, culosls and Respiratory Disease The minimum front.yard setback city councils, county boards of
The Stetson Advanced Studies the commission headed Association talked to the board
Nominating Committee:chair. by Chief on Mrs. Olsen's two lots supervisors and even such unitsas
Program under the direction of Chief of Police Ben Justice Earl Warren 1s expectedto congratulating them on the high.
man, Mrs. Clarence Pearson, will be 25 feet, with 7' .foot water districts
Dr. C. Carter Colwell offers fj i. Caruthers left this noon for question Rowley on these and est per capita donations to the
Mrs. Norman Bowes, Mrs. Jon. side yard setbacks and a rear- The Supreme Court, In a de.
LUFF GMC INC. college level work In a variety ]Palm Beach where he will at. nle Cantt. other matters: Christmas Seal Campaign that yard setback of about 17 feet. clslon spelling great changes in

Truck .-' Parts of subjects for superior high t end the convention of the Flo. Health Education Committee 1. Whether presidential secure the county had in the past six No more than one house can be the American governmental
si'liml Juniors. Ida Police Chief's Association ity can be Improved and, If so, years and for this the board ,
-Service chairman, Frank Warrlner, Mrs. built on two, lots, and the residence structure, ruled Monday that
t In ;dilution; to the state\ !ofFlor.: which Is meeting there today, to. ,Gretrhen Weinstein, Mrs. Blake how. Safety measures have received the Gold Key. She also must contain\, jot least 800 both branches of state leglsli
'TEMPORARY Ida, students represent seven norrow and Saturday. He Will Palmer, Dr. Clyde L. Brothers. been much tightened since the congratulated the board on win. square feet. tures must be 'apportioned to
LOCATION Ohio return Sunday morning. slaying in Dallas, and cooperation nlng In award for the highest to .
states Texas, Virginia, Case Detection Committee City Attorney David Splngler cording population.Aides
421 Ninth St. N. Indiana, Georgia, Maryland and chairman, Mrs. Fred Ha ml In, with the FBI has been In. EBI achievement In the state. at first raised doubts about the In the office of CharlesS.
,
New York. Everyone Reid The NEWS Mrs. Hazel Griffin, Mrs. Thelma creased. The following members were legality of granting these varl Rhyne, noted constitutional
------ 2. Whether_s Sen. Stephen present Mrs. Sara Jones Mrs.
,
ances. He noted that the C. lawyer, said today the ImpUca
Young, D-Ohlo, said tie was Hazel Griffin, Mrs. Jane Bowes, residential lot size requirementIs tlons of Monday's rulings are

"reliably. Informed"-some Secret Mrs. Beth Copley, Mrs Elthea 17,000 square feet, and In effect .. even broader than most people
Service agents were seen Alderman, Mrs. Margaret Scott,
the board would be grantIng realize.
drinking In a Fort Worth night Mrs. Jane Hamlin, Mrs. Thelma
an 11,000-square foot vari. Rhyne Is former president of
CHEVROLETmakes spot until 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 22, Cold, Mrs. Charlotte Predmore, ance. the American Bar Associationand
the day Kennedy was shot. L.E. Predmore Mrs. Katherine
,
Sptngler went along with the has been a kingpin in the
Others have stated the agents Kirk, Mrs. Elva Grlffls
Mrs.
board's reasoning when it point. drive on behalf et city residentsand
were "perfectly sober and well- Oppie Brothers
Joseph G. Bert.
ed out that the platted Naples suburbanites to gain more
behaved. olaml, Mrs. Jane Herren
Mrs. Bayvlew subdivision antedated voice In state legislatures, most
3. Whether Rowley considers Margaret Rozier and Mrs. Cud. zoning laws, and granting varl. of which are dominated by
all of trucks there was any failure by his run Hoffman
types quality agents In advance preparationsfor ances of the type It did wouldbe steadily diminishing numbers of
rural
the only way for the ownerto residents.
the presidential visit or In
their performance during the Roads. improve the property. Any Rhyne's office took the view
rezoning of the 20 small lots, that the Supreme Court decision
moments of crisis. (Continued from page 1))
suggested by Spingler, would be points the way to wholesale re.
Rowley was not In Dallas and
vellers a minimum Inconven. spot zoning, "and that would be vamping of city councils and
can offer no eyewitness testi lence
said Black.
"
worse than granting variance, other governmental units.
mony. Though visibly shakenby The Hogue Fish Camp Road Watkins said.Keep They pointed, for example, to
the tragedy that ended the
extension
another project under
a decision which the Ohio Supreme >
service's 62 years of success In way, Is 25 to 30 per cent com. Court handed down even
safeguarding presidents, he has plete Black
reported. Present. before the nation's highest court
made no public utterance on the ly workmen are building two PressureOn acted.
.
rim. assassination. bridges along the route one The Ohio court decreed that

: Warren has set June 3D as target 90 feet and another 160 feet In Viet Nom Cleveland's City Council must

date for Issuance of the com In length. be reapportioned according to
mission's report. Next week, according to Black, population. Cleveland has 33
\ The commission's staff already the contract will be let to build Harkins AdvisesSAIGON wards, and there had been com.

+tu au iunsw wtai alai Is drafting the exhaustive the This south construction leg of the Pulling will Road. plaints that people in some
extend South Viet Nam
report. Dozens of Secret Serve wards
ice agents, including ballistics South Street in the Pine Ridge (CAP) Gen. Paul D. Harkins matter were of shortchanged in the
a contributed area eastward about one mile, retiring U.S. commander In representation.
experts, have to the Rhyne's
aides also said Call
then south to the Intersectionof South Viet Nam
web of testimony linking Lee run said today the fornla's
highest had taken
Goodlette Road and Airport Buddhist crisis of last court
Harvey Oswald to the assassin. year put action
I ation. Road. This will be about 2V. back the war effort against the looking toward the reap.
miles. Communist Viet Cong by nine portlonment of the Board of Supervisors .
months. in Monterey County,

I .. .- -- ..-- .- .- --.-. _._-_._- "But with Calif. They foresaw much fur.

7 1M! the gradually pacification Implementation program we are of ther wherever litigation citizens of can this make sort a,

winning back con.
} trol," Harkins case that their vote Is not worthas
told newsmen at
I ;siEpsiLiE PICKUPS a farewell interview. much as that of folks in some

tIP! % He will hand over command other part of the county or city.

to Gen. William C. W.stmore There was no exact Information

||hejGheyrofeliiyf| ( $ithfat! interior body Walls atyj jcorivhf0ot land Washington on Saturday and retirement and leave for the reapportion on how their many state states leglsla.must


:*!$$ sfepf fe S y loading. Comes Ib 6ft8 arid Viet same Nam day since Harkins February has been 1962.In tures:decrees.as Estimates a result of ranged Monday's from

|j.fb0t bofl / / le/ floor with steel skicf Harkins' prescription for, sue.24 to 40 or more. .
cess In Viet Nam was The Supreme Court left a little

; Strips. Jt?scomfortabfe t| rW in because of incfep rtdent Ing what we are doing."keep Keep do. nuch leeway 4n -its though guidelines perhaps Some not
pressure
on and we can win"

front s |rjf re ta ard engine is the economical c Il 11si account problem of can preserving be taken existing of the


$|0-ca; fmj| >c $$-i'S&tjp'r' 283 V8 optiona at extracostCHEVROLET i y Louisville DROPOUTS LOUISVILLE DROPPED, Ky, (AP)OUT- Th. !i county substantially lines-but equal there representation must be

school system and I I of city, suburban and rural
civic: organizations made a spec1 1 populations.Much .

1 Ul effort last summer to jet litigation lies ahead, In

4 dropouts to return to school.They
persuaded 261 who had left'Die Supreme Court left It to

;,,JI, junior and senior high to return. 'lower: federal courts to decide

f. Before the school year was over, each case on the merits, follow.
a three-ttfrhs of them had quit ';ng which there may be further

t Jgain. I ippeals to the highest bench.
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COLLIER CO LINTY NEWB 9fJnmokalee
Thursday' June tR, 1 1861



par Jungle Showing Gardens Off NewsBY I



ldJVap'cs., Swamp Beauties -, lg MRS W. H. GARRETT

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: } Jjeach OCHOPEE Fla -The mysterious More than 10,000 ministersand The water fortunately was

tranquil beauty of a me hers of the Church of only up to his neck and Tommy

MI S-SS61 cypress swamp long known onlyto Godgathered; In Imauma.Fla., proceeded to make for the near
A. Fo Ur
By Mazy
Seminoles and a few ve: tur- +,ti'r June 8 to 14, for the denomina est shoreline and land leaving
esome hunters. Is now easily< ; tion's olden Jubilee Annlver- the boat where It was.

HI, everyone back on the Jol Ph. D. from Rensselaer Col- available to visitors at Tun san camp meeting with the "I started walking In the

again after spending a month? lege In Troy, N.Y. Shortly er's River Jungle Gardens Revi rend James A. Cross pre- general direction of town he
In the North with family and the TouhlUs will move to Han- a new Florida attraction. siding. The Reverend Cross said but I don't believe I ever
friends. It was so nice to have ford Wash., where Mr. Touhlll The beautiful Turner's :river states that the historic meet- walked so many miles
family gatherings and to see will be connected with General cypress strand where orchids Ing \\I''Ullla' Is the 50th life. I certainly wish to than
old friends once again. Electric. Then Mrs. Hennlng grow wild, birds abound: year celebration of the purchaseand the she riff's department and all
One of the highlights of our went to visit a sister, Mrs. and alligators are often seen building of the first Churchof residents of Immokalee who
trip was going to the World's Gene Kellam In Medusa, N.Y., Is reached by means of electric God campground In Florida. helped In the search for me."
Fair. Words cannot describe for eight days. Following this boats which enable you to The Church of God is America's Tommy was employed by the
the beauty and awe of some of visit, she stopped to see ano- glide silently through the silent oldest Pentecostal I denomination State Road Dept. here.

the things we have seen. (And, ther sister Mrs. A. Griffin beauty. and operates In some 67
Incidentally all that talk and In Hampton NJ. She also While your Seminole guide countries. The church Is represented VISITING HERE
stories about prices being so visited with many friends on steers your electric boat down In Florida by head- Mrs. Dorothy Farley a West
high Is not so; you can enjoya her well rounded trip. the twisting waterways explaining quarters at 5606 Nebraska Avenue Virginia school teacher,Is visiting -
good dinner at a reasonable Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cost- the lore of the swamp Tampa with 241 churches In the home of her sister -

price or an expensive one, all ling of 109th Naples Park, are you glimpse a bit of Florida, throughout/: the state and about and brother-in'law. Rev
to your liking..) expecting a visit from Mrs. fast disappearing before the 1.L-1- L4 35,000 constituents. A strong and Mrs. F.E. Thomas.
One of the things we have to Gostllng's mother Mrs. Ros- bulldozers of progress. High emphasis on evangelism the Among those from Immokaleewho
help us relive the memories of ella Thornburg of Pittsburgh overhead the bald cypress separated life for Christians attended the Church of God
the Fair are our movies which Pa., for an Indefinite stay Mrs. trees (so named because they the doctrine of the Holy Spirit camp meeting In Wlmauma last
Mr. Foster took. Although he Thornburg Is assistant dietitianIn lose their leaves during the 4- and new testament missions are week were Mrs. Lula Utter

is an amateur photographer. he the Presbyterian Hospital In winter or dry season) form a : distinctive of the denomination Mrs. Henry Howell Mrs.
does a beautiful job with the Pittsburgh. canopy of branches and leaves. Thomas Lancaster Mr. and
,,
movie camera. On our return Patches of blue peek throughthe ----- --- The Reverend leno C.Tharp, Mrs. Frank Warder and family -

trip home we went to Washington. BEST WISHES tree roof and startled birds WINNER OF DOOR PRIZE at the lint sews of luncheons to be Sr., a pioneer preacher and key the Rev. and Mrs. F.E.
D.C., and Arlington National Mrs. D.O. Floreth of Van squawk at the Interruption of given by the Naples Hospital Auxiliary yesterday was Mt'!'. figure In the hlmauma camp Thomas and son Phil Paul
Cemetery to visit with derbllt Beach and of 1019 West their solitude. Native plants Lester Wise, left. The presentation was made by Mis Richard A, led a special anniversary ser- Westberry Mrs. Dick Riversof
hundreds of others the grave Lafayette Street Jacksonville and flowers present a constant Pittman, chairman of the \\ajsand means committee (NEWS photo) vice In which IS participated Felda Mrs. Dorothy Farleyof

site of the late President JohnF I11H has spent quite a long time ly-changing color panorama -'- .- -- -. had attended the first meeting. Elbert W, Va.. Miss Vivian
Kennedy. In the hospital In traction, and dependent upon the season. tures were selected primarily First Auxiliary The camp has grown from a Bryant and Mrs,Dob Witherington -
It Is very Inspiring and sad Is at home now In Jacksonville This Is a historic area, once Immokalee Girl on the basis of grade averagesand Luncheon Attracts few faithful pioneers and a tem- of Jacksonville.
to see his grave and the head- 111., If anyone would care to the site of Seminole encamp standard SCAT test scores. porary tabernacle to a mighty Jimmy and Danny Browning
stones of his baby girl and baby send a card. We all wish she ments. Not far from the Gar- Attends Special While In Miami they lived and Attendance Of 50 army of dedicated Christian and Tommy Burros went toBlountsvllle

son resting along side their has a quick recovery. dens In 18ST occurred one Science LecturesCORAL ate at UM's Mahoney Residence workers and a camp complexthat Ala., and then on
Members of the Coin
and Faber Halrhave of the final battles of the Third Naples Ga. to attend the
Daddy. All I could think of Mr. Mrs. Hall. They were also given includes 350 buildings, a to Rome ,
as we stood looking and say- returned home from their va- Seminole Indian War. GABLES Fla.-- special tours of UM research munity Hospital Auxiliary! held tabernacle featuting a 500- graduation of Fred Browningfrom
Ing a prayer was the words cation. They left May 20th The Gardens also feature Teresa McCarty 16-year-old facilities and the University's their first summe r luncheon and voice choir, dormitories, cafeteria Berry University on June
that John Kennedy said and have and returned June 4th In time rides on a picturesque Florida Immokalee High School student 260 acre Main Campus. card party yesterday noon at the and other needed facili 6th. It was a busy trip for the
since become so famous: "Ask for the Shrlners convention. Swamp Buggy a Seminole Village was one of more than Piccadilly Pub.Approximately. ties. boys because following the graduation

not what your country can do Leaving with them was their ,as well as Cypress Barnyard 400 participants at a special 60 membersand Featured among the 40 speakers exercises they attendedthe
for you, but what you can do grandson's wife Glenda and and a Cypress Zoo -- series of science lectures at Wants Label On guests enjoyed luncheon and for the gathering were Dr. wedding of Freddie Brown-
tor your country" Immortal their great grandson. Baby the latter featuring native Flor- the University of Miami. June cards of their choice, Charles W. Conn a general official Ing on June 7th In Vldalla.Ga.
words that will live long In Todd as far as Newport News ida black bears. The Gardens 10-13. Imported MeatTALLAILtSSEE! Mrs. Richard A. Pittman, of the church;DA.Drake, The Lions Club met Monday

memory. VaM where their grandson located 36 miles east of Naples "How Man Looks at Ills (AP) Rep, ways and means chairman an Ohio pastor who spoke each night at Alene's Restaurant.
After leaving Arlington we P.F.C. Ronald F. Davis,is stationed on U.S. 41, are open dally from Brain" was the topic for the Dun Fuqua has Introduced a bill awarded the door prize to Mrs. evening; M.G. McLuhan amble They had as their guest Zone
continued our trip back hometo and attending helicopter 8 a.m., until sundown. Photo- series co-sponsored by the In Congress railing for labelingof Lester Wise. Proceeds from lecturer from South Africa and Chairman Dill Armstrong and
Naples. My sincere gratis school. Mr. and Mrs. Hair graphic opportunities are ex- American Association for the Imported meat to show the the donations went to the Naples others representing various departments wife of Bonita Springs There

tude to Betty Hallicy, In do- stayed with them 10 days before cellent. Advancement of Science and country of origin Community hospital of the general church will be a joint zone installation
Ing such a grand job In carrying returning to Charleston, UM.Lecturer "The rising tide of meat 1m.. The second of the luncheon- work, youth Sunday School meeting at the Rod & Gun Club
on the column while I S.C.. to visit with Mr. Hair's -- --- --- was Dr. Robert B. ports Is of serious r-onrerntothe, card panics Is scheduled July radio, evangelism editorial In Everglades Saturday night.

was gone and to all the folks sister and husband Mr. and Livingston neurophysiologist entire agricultural economy ol 15 at the new Cove CongressInn education home, and foreign Those attending were Frank
who were so kind In sendingor Mrs. Edgar Helnsohn for two Human Salvage and chief of the General Research this country," Fuqua sale I I a spokesman for the group missions. Warrlner Lonnie Curry,James
Introduced I
Wednesday when he
calling in their Items to days. En route through Tampa Support Branch of the announced. Williams and Roland Walker.
the bill.
her. Fla., they visited with sister- DismalDisappointment Division of Research Facilities "Not only are cattle producer I --- .-.--- WORRISOME TIME Paul Bird, music directorat
Program
in-law Mrs. Vernal Hair before and Resources, Nation suffering from depressed prices A frantic mother stood on the First Baptist Church.and
WHAT'S COOKINGNow coming home. Institutes of Health. due to the steady Increase li: 2 From County the shores of Lake Traffordat Mrs. Bird left Tuesday for

a little on the home Mr. Nestor Aymong of 101st The "Holiday Science Lec- meat Imports, but producers o r' Get Offices At Peppers Camp last Friday Jackson Miss, to visit their
front Mrs. Marie Cole of Avenue and Vanderbilt Drive tures" are co-sponsored feed and other related products I evening about 5:30p.m.aj: sheriff's parents and will go from thereto
104th Avenue Is presently visiting spent a very pleasant fishing WASHINGTON (AP) The tionwide by AAAS to give superior of the cattle Industry suffer from Girls' StateTALLAHASSEE deputies and many people Ridge Crest Nc;.,fora week

In Fort Myers foraweek, date with Ed Daugherty man- Johnson administration's "hu. students and teach- loss of markets," he said. ..- The Girls hunted for her son whose boat at the Baptist Church Music
after taking her daughter Debbieto ager of Sherwin Williams Store man salvage"rejected program draftees to rehabilitate haa ers the opportunity to hear Fuqua said the American consumer ;| State of Seminole, which meets was found floating upside downIn Assembly.

Hollywood where she left to and came home with a nice catch proved a dismal disappointment eminent scientists discuss their has a right to know If hi through Thursday, June 18, at the lake. The mother, Mrs.
go to camp for two months In of snook weighing from pounds so far. fields In depth. Is buying an Imported productMuch t[ Florida State University, under Jimmy Durrus, like the officers
meat dues
Highland N.C. Mrs.Mae Davis to 18 pounds caught at Gordon Of 134,500 youths contacted In The UM series was the first ,meet the Imported same high health titan no auspices of the American Le. did not know what had Mother, 20, Worth
a sister of Mrs. Cole and nephew Pass This was the first snook .t the first three months, only 189 ever presented In Florida. duds! of U. S, moat, Fuqua aa1J'm' I '' glon Auxiliary has U city gov. happened but testimony on the To Mate
John Cole' left last weekto Mr. Aymong'caught since com- have ,been placed In training ..Students attending!. the lec _.- -.- eminent and MX county govern overturned boat suggested the $417,000
'visit with relatives and ing to live here just a few programs. Jobs-many of them menU functioning! titles worst but while the officersand During His Life
of the
In St. Ga. of brief duration-were found Immokalee was one
friends Marys, months ago. Ida people were searching.
Guests last week at the Cole for 2,200. of the mythical slat* Burros! the object of MIAMI Fla. (AP) A 20.
Only 17.5 per cent of the rejected Allen Dunnell was named mayorof Tommy year.old mother la woilhHIT,.
Home were their two nieces OTHERS AILING their a e arc h had waded
Immokalee.
draftees even bothered to 000 to her husband during his
Mrs. Reatha Albury of Tampa Earnest Peacock of 98th Ave respond to the government's letters Diane Fltzek of Naples was ashore on the western lifetime, a University of flori.d. .
and her two children and Miss nue who has been a patient In telling them where to get named one of the county com mis. edge of the lake and waded economics professor testu
Martha Johns of Miami who the local hospital suffering sinners of Apalachicola County through a maze of mangrove and fled Wednesday In circuit court.
upon returning home took Mrs. from stroke Is coming along as help.When first announced last swampland to finally emerge on Dr. Roy lasslter Jr, said he
-
-
Cole's bird and cat Rlngo with well as can be expected. We January, Secretary of Labor W. CARD OF THANKSI the old dump road. based his estimate on a wife's

her. Interesting nameRlngo- stopped In on Sunday morning to Wtllard Wirtz hopefully calledit wish to thank our friends and Howard Renfrow and Ralph economic contribution to the
after of the Beatles. of his most Important human home the
one say hello after learning "the by combining average
for their expressions In
neighbors many Henry a jeep were scoutingthe
Sorry to learn that Earl Craig illness. Do hope he will be able salvage program in the historyof of kindness and western area of the lake salaries of a public schoolteacher

of 105th Avenue and Montlcello, to come home soon. our country." sympathy and the doctor and in the hope that Tommy had and domestic servant .
Ind., Is a patient In the hospital. Mrs. Marge Shaffer of 93rd While conceding some serious hospital for their assistance! durIng walked from the boat. He testified In Wright E. Sac.vii'

Do hope by now he Is Avenue Is also a patient In the problems in the initial stage of the recent Illness and deathof They found away him tired.but walk- Seaboard negligence Air Line suit Railroad against the in
feeling better Hospital,although the program, the Labor Depart. husband Harry Taylor.
Naples Community
my
Ing toward town, picked him up connection with the death of
ment Isn't giving up.
Mrs. Nancy Leiter, daughterof allowed visitors as
not the biggest and returned to the lake to report Sarvls' wife In a car-train col.
say
Spokesmen
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dick- Do send her a note of Minnie Taylor
yet. problem is getting in direct con. him safe.Contacted llslon last November
inson of Germaine Avenue cheer. Quite a _.
good square tact with youths who have been -- --- -- later Tommy gave
------------
Vanderbilt Beach returned dancer Marge has many friends rejected for physical or educational Any leftover cranberry jellyin this account As he was out
Wednesday from Breva rd,N.C., who will be surprised to learn reasons and convincing the rerriferntor'' If it's firm In the boat, he started to standup
where she spent two weeks attending she Is ill. them there are federal pro. add
enough to die you may In the boat which tilted, FLORSHEIMFor
the American Red Cross Harlan Reno of 105th them. ,
Mr. grams that can help of the mull
haul one cup throwing him off balance pit-
Aquatic School to become a Avenue andhls granddaughters, Selective Service officials
squares of jelly to a standard ching him out and turning the
Instructor. and Pat Repass left last have held the addresses of rejected s'r
swimming Kathy I*?-cup flour muffin or Sll<.ldl.- boat upside down.
My neighbor John Koke of Wednesday morning June 10th, youths are confidential eke recipe. lnr-
95th Avenue narrowly escaped for Indianapolis Ind. They and insisted in sending contact.
a badly mangled left hand will visit relatives and friends letters, rather than letting Labor
counselor get
when his hand was caught In a while there Including Mr. in Department touch directly with the ,
heavy spring while at work last Reno's 85-year-old mother. youths, J
week. But a good way to ease Mr.Reno has six married children The two agencies are now 1 rGQp
the pain of a sore hand, plus and several grandchildrenand working on a procedure to get
medicine is to go fishing and some great-grandchildren permission of the rejected A !
bring In some snook which all living In and around Indian- youths to give their addresses to FATHERon
John and Hilda did on Friday apolis. After visiting In Indianapolis other federal agencies.The Y
evening. But we must say ,Kathy Repass is planning program was launched
the credit for the snook goesto to go by bus to Bland. Vlr.. to after a federal report estimated
one-third of the nation's 18-
Hilda as John just went visit relatives and friends. that for Induction II HIS DAY
oOids couldn't qualify
year
along for the ride. Her Father's family were into the armed services. ir
Mrs. Helen Hennlng of 93rd some of the first settlers of \1/
Avenue In Naples Park, has that area, when the Indians --- -----
just returned after spendinga were still making raids and give her husband who Is bed' NAPLES NEWLYWEDS Martha Lee Ware became .

month and a half visiting there Is a lot of history In the ridden. the bride of Jeffrey B. Grimm In a double "
with her daughters and sisters Repass family. Mike Repassis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arm- ring( ceremony on June 6 in the Keesler Air Force

First she had a pleasant plalnnlng to leave Sunday strong of 101st Avenue Naples Chapel in Riloxi, Miss. The bride is the daughterof $19.95 to S24.95
visit with her daughterAnn morning to start studies at the Park, celebrated their 46th :Mrs. Eva C. Ware of 812 Ninth Street, South,

Mrs. RJ>. Pennstron InBlrchrunv1l1e. Advanced Studies Program at wedding anniversary on June formerly of Atlanta, Ga Grimm ia stationed at t(
Pa., for three Stetson University at De Land, 12. They were entertained by the Hiloxi U, S. Air Force base and is then\ of
days. The next stop was Troy Fla. It' Is a six week course their good friends Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Claude Grimm of Myrtle Road, =,..
N.Y., to visit with her other and Is offered to High School Mrs. Jim Callahan of theCar- Pine Uidxe: The couple is currently! residing in
daughter Helen Mrs.C.J.Tou- Juniors who qualify and are riage Club who took r'lem to Biloxi.

bill. where she stayed for two accepted. Jim W lilts of Naples dinner at the Pirates' DeruThepianist -- -- _.-
--- --
--- --
weeks. Mr. Touhlll was awayat has also been accepted. Jim there played several ---

college most of the time Willis of Naples has also been special numbers for them.
but on June 12th received his accepted. This week we kind of went -.. ..--

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis overboard In writing but do The Agency With Personal Service -
will drive the boys up the re and send In your Items large on; ATTENTION, PET DUCK OWNERS ISIIME I
will attend a tea reception to small, and remember those who I IA

BEACH RENTAL acquaint the students parents are ill In your prayers. Until I LIKE: FROST LOTS() STILL AVAILABLEG : I
Mrs. Repass will next week may the Good Lord
,
and faculty dependable agency, raepone- .,. Ns.r.nr left new eltaree1 In the PINS
Moderm cottage directly OB be unable to go with them dueto watch over all of you and keep ibla for protecting you your 'IDGIIIIUHIIOH U the "m I.rehoN..w, enly 1' mIM Berth. .. the N.ele, city l.Te..n U. I. I
Maples Gulf beaeh, comfortably the constant care she must you well. family, home and. buR_ 41' Writ er phone fef lull aetaib. ,. .
accommodating f.iiut e"ery incurable thrMtof
four. Screened porch ever- less through a pi.fined program Only hoice center portions
of protection guaranteedby
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DO AS WE SAYThe --- GOP Is Splitting Asunder



bt f OaA slhat NtntSTHURSDAY f'G S J J'i As Scranton, Barry Battle ,

.5UIpEL .
..' 4 BY BRUCE BIOSSAT

JUNE 18, 1964 Washington Correspondent _

r 5 ; ffJJ'; Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

. Late Than iHOVL ; :1 :
Better NeverMuch
6N 3,2 sr AQiiivrTON-fNEAt-As: ( ) Gov. William Scranton oj
country in his last-minute
addition to the Giessenbier trophy, 10 Pennsylvania tears around the Barry Goldwater he Is pre ,_
Sen.
to our surprise, we somehow awards in the 12 categories it entered. presIdential bid against Irony of the 1964 Republican scene.
to do some Of these first awards 'II'Ig the sharpest casual mild-mannered governor |II
overlooked opportunity place
en seven were For ..Md \ '} In
that deal of plea. and three second place. his to u tin g the Goldw.ter camp a permanent
thing gives us a great were on way pp In so doing. he m'Y assure the WorstIntrl.party
sure congratulate an individual or organization Actually, Neapolitans have long been stale of carnage since the Bull Moose days of 191%.

for a job well done. aware of the outstanding job our Jay- Only s few days ago In a little.noticed Gov.gesture Paul, a Fannin's national

The organization that deserves con cees are doing for the community and I party official put his hand walked on to Arizona a platform to speak for

gratulations at this particular time Is the undoubtedly are greatly pleased to know >r shoulder Goldwater.as It the was latter symbolic a beginning sign of accommodation -

Naples Junior Chamber of Commerce.The that others also have the perception and ,: in high party circles to the idea of a Goldwater tri-
r
local club this year was again named judgment to recognize it. S i umph at San 1'rancisca. For out of the humilities
premature.
outstanding in its population class In the The Naples Jaycees is a live-wire ry -'- of Butthe the Governors gesture Conference was at Cleveland rose Scranton

entire state of Florida and received the organization of young men who, in addition '

Giessenbier Memorial trophy.The to providing the muscle-power and THE IRONY IN month illS he CANDIDACY had always lies indicated In these his things only :interest .
Until this
Naples Jaycees won the same initiative for many local projects, recognize S was in being drafted as a "unity" candidate after

honor last year in addition, mind you, their responsibility to the community r wNvPPiNCc Goldwater and perhaps others might have failed
factional candidate the
to being named the outstanding club in and have assumed the burdens that f6Q fM Yet he is now entered of the Republican as a purely moderates, at an hour

the state in all population categories.We go with such responsibility.We FeDERq In thrusting wedge Goldwaterites are bound to view any rival

have little doubt that the local club feel we can speak for all Neapolitans EMPca yEES as to thiefetaking from their hero a prize already won
so reluctant to be pulled.
would have won this latter honor for a in extending to the Naples Junior into a this The gentlemanly delivering Scranton against Goldwater and his views

second year, but there is a rule teat it Chamber of Commerce and its members the most King blows the senator has felt since he entered

can't be given to the same club two sincere, even though belated, congratulations i \y V l the lists six months ago. To Goldwater this has been unex-
wounding. lie ought to have remem.
years in a row. on the many honors awarded it, bered pected-and how Scranton personally two years ago reduced to stuttering in

This year the Naples club won, in and them, by the state organization. coherence his Democratic opponent for governor, Richardson
4Af. Dilworth, Marine and veteran of the political wars.

. Free Press In ActionAlex 'L
: SO NOW SCRANTON, the man who talked only of unity
be the final to bitterRepublican
by force of circumstance spur
which enough, may
try though prosperous
Washburn, publisher of the warfare from now through San Francisco to
have not experienced marked growth or ... ." "'" t<- J: ;'- Hope, (Ark.) Star, opposes the construction November and beyond.
of federal building for material change in many years. To arbitrarily /; -- Still it is not he who put this party In a state where war
$500,000
a replace postal facilities in each may now be touched off The cleavages are old. They are
a new post office in his town. According both regional and ideological. In some places they exist between
to the plan under which the Post community would be outlandishly costly. upper and lower party echelons. Contributors of
He states correctly that ". the govern I money and the professionals who use it do not see eye toe

Office Department operates, post offices ment has an obligation much greater Best of BoyleBY BARBSBY \'e in many instances.
around the country are to be replaced All this conflict has reached peak of rancor In 1964.
50 It makes no sense in than the 50-year rule of bureaucrats HAL BOYLENEW HAL CO'IIRAN Goldwater people often exhibit open contempt for their'
every years. the obligation to keep itself solvent so rivals. Caught in the mood of ugly interchange, Goldwatere
Washburn's view to tear down the present defend itself in time of I Don't you wish you had th himself, a naturally friendly man, is busy crossing top party
three-story brick and frame building our country can YORKAP) If you money you were going to sav e figures off his list. '
fore the situation out of
and honor social gets for this vacation?
which serves the city of some 8,000 war its security pledgesin I really mean something, It'. per. hand. year's
time of teeny allrlglit to think It-but ON THE OTHER SIDE, the senator would be stunned if he
peace. "Alice husband bea
people adequately just because it was lon't say It. your must It's hardly/ worth being knew the names of two respected party men-both calling
The "The of real doll to surprise on
built in 1912, Star's slogan Is: tragedy In most cases, say Just the your anniversary with such you a fixed for life if tou'venearly themselves his friends-who have in recent weeks labeled

What concerns Washburn is that the people Is We start off with a country Apposite.<< stunning mink stole." So the worried yourself to Goldwater a "party destroyer"
Is the only safe and death doing it. to this devastating charge was the mountainous
and wind up with a government"The That gossip must be true the old What led them
Arkansas is'just one of thousands that Goldwater forces In state
Hope, lane rule for polite conversa. lou11. array of complaints
cheating on her.
of similar communities around the coun kind of leadership provided by this Ion. It Is also the whole art of "Those sunglasses make you after state have crushed "good party people" whose only sin

newspaper can avert such a tragedy. Jouble-talk<< skill In the use of look like a movie star, Rose I was that they "would not write It in blood for Barry.

,which can advance you In the marie./ But they don't hide ... ._,....
worlds of society and business those big dark bags under your e. < .... .........m..r..w..wM.e'--_-...IS
and win you a reputation for baby. How late were you
eyes
I! I othets :warm sincerity. out last night? !
'sa'l'ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Here are a few more useful "Since you took that health Spring is when a wife won'

examples: course, Ronald, you've looked let her husband let the gras .
))1 I "You're the only one I know like a million dollars" Now grow under his feet. 'e' "
who gave up smoking and didn't what are you going to do to improve
I gain weight. When a bucket Is that 10-cent mind? Remarks
1 already full of lard, how can
you put anymore In? ,
1''Y "Senator, I don't know where The :
1 d hl t l ; ,y I we'd be without men like you, ,. tar++w,<;_i-.iA'' .; ; l--: ;'
,-. _,--b.. 1.eMJ uM.--- -r- r 'In" .')1:1'0: :selflessly ,.dedicated to the pub. NATIONALS OUTLOOK A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSSo
Uc Interest We'd be.better

1' off"For once, let's pick a candidate Unemployment in PerspectiveBy + What Can You Do Dept ?
rtkr
we can all take prideIn. OEORQI: HAGEDOIN The other morning, Tuesday to be
."
For once, let's pick one
.' who can get elected exact, a very charming woman in
"I just adoie backs ard cook. Professor Stanley Lcbergoti t, short pants! stormed into the office -
xits.<< And now that I've seen The ability of any economic of Wesleyan University, ha s and delivered few
a perti-
I how you binil vour I"ak.I system to keep Its manpower "given us the basis for such I a
I think I'll have some of that busy at useful work Is certainly historical survey. He has estimated nont words of robuke because shee

yummy charcoal instead an Important determinantof the percentage of th bought a paper at a coin box ande
"There Isn't a single gray Its welfare and; progress.The labor force unemployed In th, it was a Sunday edition. It
was
H HrrN
hair In your head, Ed. How do unemployment rate la one form of decade averages golni
you keep it that color?" It measure, although not a complete back to 1800. While his figure s f explained to her that there is

i look like you use brown shoe one of the effectivenessof especially for the early years i| no Monday edition of the paper &

I polish on one temple, and blackon the American economy In are admittedly crude they ar B that the Tuesday paper would be
that respect. safer than
the other. a guide mere literary "
"The thing I like about GraceIs Unemployment Is much In description.For hitting the streets in a few min-
I how she always says thingsIn the news at this time and It the decades between 1 utes.
I such an amusing way" Matt may be helpful to put the subject 1800 and 1840 Professor Leber,. Even so she still seemed
a wit Is always funnier than in some perspective by gott finds that unemploymen a
I tune looking at the historical rec averaged between 1 and 3 per,I bit unhappy and went out the doors

"Oh, what a perfectly darling, ord. Over the long pull, has cent of the labor force. Thi, in a muttering mood
I darling, darling baby "-Ugh- there been any perceivable Is substantially lower than re
I this one ought to set back parenthood tendency for the unemployment cent rates, but that is hardlj] 'f So-o-o, a short few minutesr
I half a century rate to Increase or to surprising since the laboi later a man came in who was Just
Mind you, George, I'm not decrease Obviously we should force of that time conslstec 1 little
1 saying you're not worth more not expect unemployment to mainly of Independent farmers a bit irked because he had
1I I money to the firm What I'm reach zero but does history and slaves. tried to find a copy of Sunday's

1 1I telling you, George!: I i- that you give us an inkling as to a For the three decades be paper in the coin stands and all
1I I ue nut going to set aii> more, figure which could be takenas tween 1840 and 1870, unem. of then wore
I now or later. a reasonable goal for national ployment Is estimated at between empty. Fortunately,
'" Acoordlnfr" to tho t><"\s, \i>um,, ; policy? 3 and 6 percent. Thli e| we were able co find a copy forr

I Abern,ill/..\ 1< oklike .> i'P.al Historical looks more like the figure" foi him in the pressroom.
comer" So let's protect our. SurveyIn more recent times and
etuiui*lci MontInterpreting selves and ,ant up on him be.BIltmImII. a recently published book fleets the gradual shift towarc ti j Now, the question iswhat

an economy of wage earners i I. the heck can we do that won't be
The period since 1870 In
I Constitution 315 .sus ADD A cludes three decades of seven; wrong?

PREP. +oaTtgOu1RAolx. 5 depression. In the 1870's am J tftttfttttiHHH*

Reading the Constitution of the United March 24. He appeared as ordered but ONE PI' the 1890's unemployment av

States can be a dangerous thin?., It( often without his records. lie testified he had 1.Orieni ACROSS: I d 32 ArlllpiteolulIII" I IDEA I.AIwE oi.E..RODE ecoTEin eraged 1930's It 10 averaged percent.a whopplnf In thi>t A SERIOUS NOTE

gives people J ideas about certain rights filed his tax declaration!, as are requiredby :n Rrnounu. ESTATE AMU ". 18 percent. + The News is blessed with
they believe the Constitution guarantees law ; he paid his taxes; in fact, he over 5. Clan 37 Cold .AGt.PRONTOctRO. But leaving these three crisis Linen a
paid by $16;). a. hull syrup Adriatic 'wind:! decades aside the unemployment group of youngsters and some
them. .
He /said the court could not summon his 11 Arrull 39. Anglo. ATIIDOf'\ rate has shown a remarkable -| adults too who deliver the paper
Thomas K. Wailer of Wichita is a man U l SoLJlon ANVil I IAN AIMS ,.
records! simply because the IRS thoughtit ignurani money stability when year to the homes of subscribers.
who found out that what the Constitutionsays might be interesting to look at them. 1 t (Reasonable: : 40 g SO.ANN"PILTATRANStRtSSOR to-year fluctuations are aver Now and then, however some of
thur, ,
and that federal government's interpretation lance aged out over ten-year periods
of what it says can be vastly dif He felt the IRS should swear out a war 16 Peruvian U Bean [ 1'1"'A.SO.S"'AUTiON and rounded off to thE e| the lads miss a subscriber. This is
ferent, rant and bring charges.The department' trat.kt in nearest percent. In the sin i quite normal of
outburst of fury from U. S. District 1? Setle underhruth SOL 0' TiSTMDAY HJllllnm remaining decades since 187( course because all
A disabled war veteran, he managed to 18 j humans occasionally make
Judge Wesley Brown startled reportersand Divulge( UI'ln\hrl: \ \ 7 rmiMtiii unemployment has averaged errors.
keep his little one-man radio repair business spectators. 19 Infirm U, Surthy 1 hulks ,| either 4 percent (In two dec Some subscribers say they hear -
going, support himself and pay his "One who refuses to produce those records 22 through age foodl' :2 Wading I bird 8 alK HUk ades) or 5 percent (In Hate to call in and
taxes. In his best year he grossed 13.300. on request does BO with the intent and Legal( 4) {'nleorn 3. Sully Inakr decades). In no ten-year period report that
lIe received a notice from Internal Rev purpose-regardless of high sounding :l1 action Purlulu fish 4 Leho\'er 9, j.apttjcl! Ir | since 1910 has it averaged[ they have been missed "because we

enue Service last December to appear in phra es of constitutional immunity-to 24 Atmosphere 46. Pester lUUI 5. fnuulhcl" I 10 China below 5 percent don't want to get the boy in trouble -
its offices on Dec. 16 with all his books 47 IIllb( In the 1960'1 so far the unemployment ."
1J FoiCtli"u\'
and thwart and destroy this government, the 26 \rrU'H"OI rails, are 6 Peficlfiio rate has aver
usual records from 1960 to 1962. It was the judge declared. 211 Large pill 411. 50c1415:. I 01 oay&"" 17'ehitrolctcrIn; aged somewhat higher, but! Be assured that Dave Herman-

Waller routine audIt. the Fourth Amend. Waller was sent to jail until his records ... .;The 11rr- the latest monthly figure hat i son, the circulation director does
that ,
recalled were produced. Since he is a steadfast Individual I I J 1 1 ,i 9 III come down to 5.1 percent- not have black snake
lint to the Constitution says: rU uluMM a whip and
who believes in principle, he may very close to the historical]1
"The right of the people to be secure still be be in jail. I'J ; Kiuxk norm. wouldn't use one if he had it. But
in all their persons, houses, papers and effects 21 Shlnbone he is as anxious as
Such is the venom of the federal authorities ,. I 45 rahulou Difficult Task we are that the
against unreasonable searches and when they are dealing with a "little" bird youngsters not only earn something
seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants 01/ N'a 2i .tray Iroui All this suggests that attempts for their work but
;
; that
shall issue, but upon probable cause, man.Waller did not claim ImmunltHe merely lilt mouth to keep the unemployment learn they alae i
supporting by oath or affirmation, and Insisted that the government uphold the lQ ii / lazs 2f (.ull.hkt rate permanently u low to be responsible businessmen
particularly describing the place to be 30. Ideal as 3 or 4 percent-advocated; Remember the old I
adage about
much
Constitution and this simply was too .010 l in some quarters as a national
searched, and the persons or things to be pertatfon!: "As the is bent "
for twig
the bureaucrats. 31 I. goal-will be extremely difficult etc. ? Well ,
JruJj umprchends
seized. More than the Fourth Amendment is at ,1 / I. l7 0.' I' 1I' The danger is that two|I we want to be sure the twig gets
To Waller that meant no bureaucrat stake. There' Is the Fifth Amendment, too, "of ,. 32 Astern kinds of devices might be used the
could demand his records unless probable because Waller was charged with no criminal //JS: I IJ1 33 Of* lobe in such an attempt-masshe; proper bending, and we can't

cause of wrong-doing was sworn to beforea offense, no evidence was brought )0 / H ; ..I :U, PalmlotkatiMi government Intervention or help the boys along that line unless
So he declined to present his rec systematic inflation. Ether we know when
Judge. against him, nor was he tried by a jury of 4r ag as4r method would be like chopping house. they miss your
ords.He his peers. 36 .arnunt the tree down to get the
closed his business on the Dec. 16 and Nevertheless! he found himself In the H 18, ,Ncat !'last bit of fruit at the top. So please call the office when
went tote IRS and made mistake of Sedgewick County jaiL He is a great example rile Professor Lebergotfs book is your paper isn't delivered.
expoundi the Constitution of what can happen to a man who 4. 41 :;: of' 42 Fr artulc entitled Manpower in Eco be You can
? 4: sure not
; Fben you're only
1 Wallefifwas summoned of to court with his believes in our Constitution. (From Ocala Par Mmt 24 mm, *' *...<..,.,., nomic Growth and is pub. boy but also his helping the
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Thursday, June 18. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS I
Emmy Didn't Go To Van Dyke'sHead Opens Elevator

I ter Fish Commission, the :-c
Door To FindHusband's Fresh Water 1964-68 fishing license Is .

Had Share Of Flops required until midnight J"te
; BodyNEW Fish License 30,however, they are prese!,r-
'""' '"" 'WOOD ly being honored by wildlife o';'
AP-It's
., ( ) not "It was a disaster, Dick re
( ,'I' jrds for Dick Van called. "A lot of big stars Were YORK (AP)-Only min Deadline AheadFlorida (leers. Buying the license now
rmmy to (to to his head. there opening night; I remern. 1, utes after Selma Simpson saw will prevent many fishermen
been too familiar with ber Lucille Ball, Desl Area her husband precede her Into fresh water fishermen from embarrassment at a late*
/lIf i smell of faUure and Barry Sullivan They JUst) v ,? t then apartment building, the are being urged to avoid date when they decide on a sudden
in k an match his failures sat and looked at us. We didn't w w elNservlre elevator returned to the rush and buy their fishing fishing trip and find they
i"istar in the business 1 the lobby with his slain bod '.
get a laugh In the whole show ) licenses now. The new 1964- have no license.
: save' it few flops left As the elevator doors )
over. When we came offstage, wt opened,
01, k got In more or less by were handed our salaries and dlsdo.lnr his body, face down, 65 fishing licenses are avail License fees arei
1"llllt.f He and a pal tried to told to leave." Mi -.. Simpson screamed and able at the offices of all County Resident annual, 3.00j Non
i I.,rt an advertising agency In The act also was canceled out M said "Oh, m) God. Walt a min. Judges and their authorized resident annual, J8.00; Non
,;urnlUe! 111., after the war buta of the Blue Angel In New York, ute. It look like my husband." sub-agents. resident 14-day continuous
town wasn't big enough to and Dick and his partner, Phil The victim of the macabre According to AJJ. Aldrich. fishing, $13.25; Non-resident 6-
"III: port one. The pair began Erlckson, took to the road for murder Wednesday night was director, Game and Fresh Wa day continuous fishing, $2.23.
!' aylng around the area with a Jobs. That wasn't easy, since ] Leonard Simpson, 63, a lawer
,r, ord act.mlmlclng to the rec. they had two wives and six children Police said he had been stabbed I i
1s of famous personalities. between them. They final once near the heart with a weapon .
Encouraged by their success, ly broke up the act in Atlanta | similar to an Ice pick.
t CM! ""ame to California ands in 1952, and Dick took a Job as Just before the elevator doors Mherlikes/
,red a hit In several small announcer with a local tele. > ) WeM opened, Mrs. Simpson and two
niht clubs. Then they were vision station. / ti men who also were waiting for
booked Into the blgtlme-Slapsy He started his own show I It noticed a tall, gaunt Negro
Maxle's, where Martin and which he wrote and performedfor with a mustache, who came
Lewis made their Hollywood two hours each weekday, down the stairs, waved to themIn
debut. painting the scenery on week. I a friendly way and left the
ends. A New Orleans station building, located on 9Qh Street t
Davis lured him away. Then he was near Broadway.
tapped by CBS to Join Its stableof Police put out an alarm for
Case 'Dismissed'Yesterday's promising young comics. j him. Other tenants said he
Instant stardom? Nope. i looked like a derelict.
NEWS report- ''I was on the first panel of Mrs. Simpson said she en.
fng on records from the County 'To Tell the Truth' as the comic tered the apartment building a '
Court stated that a warrant relief, only it didn't turn out few minutes after her husband r A
had been Issued for the arrestof that way," he said. "'1 was fired i and found two men waiting for B
Patricia L.Davis cha after four shows. Then I did j the elevator. It was stopped at
on a
of no valid driver's license.rge another panel, 'Laugh Line,' I the fourth floor, where the
and a daytime show In whichI I Simpsons' apartment la,
The office of the
County Judge was supposed to be the new | 4w
reported this morning that the Tom Breneman. Each was
court record should have shown dropped after the first possible Naples Getting C
the case "dismissed." cancellation time, 13 weeks." i
For a whole year he did noth. : ,
And
Ing but mow the lawn, play golf b, 'Plugged'
Girl 9 In Coma; and collect his CBS check. Finally t
,
he told the network he Feels No Pain
Hit wasn't and
By FlowerpotNEW getting anywhere,
the contract was dissolved. Dick "We're on the air," the Naples
Lesser YORK (AP) Monica tried a play Is Bucks County, YOU CAN BE SURE if it's Florida where you never need an Area Summer TV Advertising -
9, today began her seaand Pa., then landed a Broadwayrevue D
week in a coma, the resultof with Bert Lahr, Nancy umbrella or hardly ever. Florence Imber of Cypress Gardens is Committee announced
a glancing blow on the head Walker and Shelley Berman. carrying one here, but it's just! a prop for the picture, helping to this Cannel
from a flowerpot that fell froma Dick got great reviews. The balance the unique piece of driftwood. The over-all effect doesn't WCKT, 11n Miami
lOth-floor window. show lasted 15 days. hurt Florida one bit you can be sure. and WESII-TY, Channel 2, In .
Monica was walking with her Dick hunted for other acting Orlando, are boosting Naplesas A Ties by Superba '
Mother, Mrs. Hans Lesser, on Jobs. A television spectacularled ---- a summer vacation spot
65th Street In Manhattan when to "Bye Bye Birdie" on for east coast Floridians
the flowerpot toppled from the Broadway, which led to hi.award.wlMlne Don't Touch That Wilderness Announcements of the attractions -
window sill."Stop" CBS series plus Baby here will be "spotted" B Shirts by JaysonC
movie roles such as his currentone
between various programs out
Signs Mean STOP In "The Art of Love." week
of Miami and Orlando this
TALLAHASSEE-Dont touch a ing and capturing "lost" fawn Healthy wild animals and bird I
JMSMSJS S S SSSSS BSSS SS M Slll S i I w llderness baby. deer, cub bear, young squirrels, are never captured: with ease,,,. and next. Sport Coats by Clipper Craft
That's the word from the Came baby alligators and newly hatch. Slow.moving animals and bird Joel Kuperberg, chairman of
FLY NAPLES and Fresh Water Fish Commis. ed birds Such people not only are often Injured or diseased A the summer advertising committee -
aIto on to people finding young wild do harm to the animal or bird, special danger lies In touchlni announced that about 40 D Slacks by Higgins
MIAMINew animals and birds which appearbe but they also violate the law. or capturing: such slow-movin t per cent of the $10,000 goal j
"lost". Actually, young animals and animals since they may carry for summer advertising had
Each year, during the spring birds are seldom lost. Usually disease.such as rabies or other been collected. Alto beautiful gift jewelry by SwankJohn's
Year Round Daily Schedule ad early summer months, weU."nine they have been left In a hidden infectlon-.whlch may be trans'. Ho sought support of Neapolitans -
pot while the ferred to the human.
searches
m humans are forever find. parent and said "This
Naples To Miami for food Human odors left about U a young wild animal or bird I amount
the young animal or nest may Is captured, It will eventually die I la needed to match Increased
745; A.M. 11130 A.M. 345P1M.: 3 J Naples Jaycees prevent the parent from return. in captivity or have to be re., advertising rates, to expand the Clothing
log The young may then starve 'Uased.Cage.reared animals have I program to Orlando, a brando
Miami To Naples ro Dallas MeetingGeorge difficulty adapting: themselves t new untapped market for Naples
9:00: AM 2:15 P.M. 5:00: P.M wilderness freedom. and to cover the Greater 1714 E. Tamlsml Trill I Minutes from 4 Corners
Reardon vlcepreslent Naples Fishing Tournament expense -
Connections and Reservations to la the world TtefeA/ision/ TOP VALUE:
any point of District 15 of Jaycees Don't ;A Litterbug ,,. all In one effort" STAMPS .
NAPLES AIRLINES k larvln Cecil, president of the
Japles Jaycees, and Fred By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP
Concourse I Miami attend the Teltvlslon.Radlo Writer
Naples Airport AirportMI chmucker will M

2-3434 NB 44811 :tonal Jaycee Convention June sparkling NEW! YORK little(AP-Sikklm jewel of a king I.a Is

City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency '- 4 Conn 22 to June 27 In TDallas, Tex. dom between set Tibet In the and lofty India Himalayas Most ITS EASY TO FIT ANEW

-- Americans probably had never
heard of It until last year when
., 21.year old Hope Cooke of New
;< JfJf.
''v., ,, York married Its crown prince
', ::}t ', :. Now, courtesy of the magic of FORD INTO
Drive w < .' television and the talents of ,
NBC's imaginative producerLou I
{i Baum and his camerawriting
:
happily < team, millions\ of .1
,
7 .. know a lot about this tiny, beau. ,
"\
:>
% ever ( tiM Buddhist country-Its rainforests
{ : 'r and orchids, its prlncl. YOUR VACATION PLANSVACATION

after .. },; pal export cardamon, a frag
rant spice-Its market places
,
with :" and its royal palace.
The former Miss Cooke is
'I now
Methyl! f' Slkklm's queen and her hus.

!. band, Thondup, Is Its king. They

$ V) <.* were our guides Wednesday
night during an hour's trip
4
around the country. Color cam. AND NEW FORD!
\ eras made the most of the bold
A51P reds of the lamas, the uniformsof
AT OUR PRICES YOU CAN
r the palace guard, the burn.
tl ished gold of the religious sta.
\ tues and of the magnificent AFFORD BOTH !
mountain scenery.
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Like other Hazam produced You can't vacation carefree in a car you haveto

s special programs "The Nile"a care for. Trade in old car cares to us .
Igyp' camera trip down VJS. Route
(' I 1 and a Journey on the Orient
Express the program was a toss: : : : : :: ,
treat to the eyes, ears and mind
and a reminder of television's ning the flames with record.high trade allow.

potential as a real window on ances. Take a hot tip: act now!
the whole wide world.

Confirming our worst bars,
there Is now a singing group
called "The American Beatles"
i1' For disbelievers, they will be
singing "School Days" next
Saturday on ABC's "American
; Bandstand" show _
1 NBC's "Sunday" show on u y
C June 21 will Include some high
lights of the Army McCarthy
1 senate hearings of 10 years ago ralrlane, tOO Sports Coupe. Come loaded for vacation sport w,tn Falrlane Ranch Wiion. Prove you don't have' to pay W(for a M-
Cov. William S. Scranton will bucket nuts console. vinyl; Interior, 3 speed manual shift volume vacation wagon. loadipace Is within. half a cable foot of
-- ---- be CBS' "Face the Nation" end its available, with, the urn bane V S as the limed Cobra' bf wagons-yet Feriam'e' mile/ below em In price.
J.jr-ir-- i. .- guest next Sunday.
ABC plans a series of four
J hour.long specials for sportsmennext
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:}. It's imprtant gasoline discovery! Methyl fishing season 4lons,about elephants hunting, phea.and

steps up octaj rfformance so effectively that it stops power-wasting santa, ,tuna and trout among the
quarry
knock better th any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads CBS Radio's Arthur GodfreyIs

more evenly hr shout> all cylinders of your engine, stands up under taping his way' around the r

! extreme tern] eraires. And it's in Standard gasolines :Crown and world. Recordings of his experlences ,
during the slx.week
Crown Extra 'I 'it increase ;inprice' ---- trip
no will be used on the dally show
Anotn r'itortant that starting next Monday. Fatten future HardUa. The 64 version of the all time economy faker Sqvlre Wags. Thin handsome. haulerlr sizable saver and
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ue take b( I i r; i jre! of jour car with two big Class wins In the 1964 Monte Carlo Rallyel' ever built Into compact! Cargo volume 79 cu. Ill.

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America's Best Buy
,, June 18. 1984

GENERAL. ELECTRIC I

Match Your In Air Conditioning :



IIi AIR CONDITIONERS With Cooling NeedsWhat Unit Quiet Jool


i size Is the right size +*DM/_* i /
room air conditioner for a ? ,
specific cooling area? Don't
!I guess,One that's too large will
cost more than necessary to
buy and operate,and may not
provide all the dehumidification -
tI needed.One that's too low : j=:if
In capacity Just won't give 1'-: : : : : .
enough cool comfort. : ::!!.
The best way to match
:" 1 cooling capacity to needs Is to
e drop the problem In the handsof I
j w: Te reputable appliance dealer _
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':': 100M All CONDlnoNEI there,be ready to answer a few
ROOM All CONDlTIONd Model R140b questions he's sure to ask.
Model RL303 According to a room air con 4,000 BTU Nero Rating
ditloner buying guide published -
by National Better Business
Bureau, Inc., the dealer will
Unit want to know the size and use $99'
Big Cooling Most Cooling For The of the area to be cooled, Its '
Plugs In Any, Outlet In Town orientation,number and direc-
I Money tion of windows and If Insulation -

6,000 BTU Model RP204 8,500 BTU In Is addition used. he 11 need ro
Priced line Ii YearGuarantee
Low Economy
Room Air Conditioner know If electrical circuitsare
220V The NBBB
4,000 BTU 115 or 230 volts.

Thermostatic Speed Cooling, High and Low Room Air Conditioner t Economical I 220 Volt I Operation suggests the area that might a rough be an sketchof added
Temperature
Control "Indo" 2-Speed Cooling. High and Low aid.With this information, the '
IIIIolanl In.lan In MiM I'
Directional Air Control Thermostatic Temp. Control dealer can determine the
needed In
capacity
$ 00 cooling -
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per hour (BTU hr> This Is the NEB
most accurate way to rate It.
'' Only 169 only $179INGRRM'S Selecting a room air condi- -
tioner that will provide this Certified Cooli Capacitiesfrom
r rI needed been made cooling virtually capacity foolproofby has 4000 to 2oo BTU'....
a program of room air con for every room yget, current
ditioner certification InitiatedIn and in tallatlorquremantiWe |
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I air conditioners are tested by
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About 94 per cent of the :1
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I' 'You, Too, Can Afford Air-Conditioned Cost Of Air-Conditioning DownThe



i To Install ConditioningCentral average coat of room want to go over carefully before seBe- sure that the filteris
air conditioners hat fallen deciding which room air easily accessible washable
within the reach of all budgets. conditioner fits your needs: and that a germicide Is built w
atr-conditiom;,the associations usually are- receptive Noise level-Old units provided in so that It won't wash out. '
"newestnecessity"li I'indent) to loans under Title I N Industry figures show that cool air along with enough RELIABILITY-Coolly system W'
home can be financed read- of the Federal Housing Administration r the average cost 10 years ago noise to subdue conversation. guarantees range up to several
ily. Aside from the con fort law. These loans was $325 compared to 1282 Noiseless operation is essential years so you can treat your
and cleanliness It provides,dircondltlonlng which may be paid off in as in 1963. especially In bedrooms investment aa long-term.
',adds substantially much as five years are attractive Retail prices of course vary Room area -- Know the sine You'll want to find out from
to the resale value of a home. because they are Insured throughout the country bat the and location of the room In your dealer the exact terms
In a new home the bank,savings by the FHA. example Indicates the price whtoh you want to Install your of the warranty what the oper
and loan association or A secured bank loan may be trend that has brought escape air conditioner. Guides are sting coats of the unit are,
other lending institutions generally used if you own property. in- from summer discomfort: with available to show you the capacity and the experience he has '
are willing to add the surance stocks bonds or other in everybody's reach necessary to cool your had with reliability of all :c'r7ti'
entire cost of central alr-con collateral and offer any of themas room. The Industry has stand-> conditioners he has sold.
dltloning to the original mortgage security. This plan offers ardized Its measurement of air The new features and the
minimum interest rates. While prices have been com conditioner capacity. Look for decline in prices accounts for
In existing homes other financing In some ca ei, alr-condl ''' ing down new features have the rating certification seal of the rising air conditioner salesin
t plans are available. tloning dealers can arrange financing been appearing on the units. the National Electrical Manu this country. Air conditioner -
In states where "open end" for the home owner Here Is a check list you'll facturers Association (NEMA). manufacturers estimate that
mortgages are available the through credit facilities extended 'I SINSTALLATION. sales this year will reach 1,
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owner may add the cost of home by manufacturers. Usually -- This is 880,000 units, an increase of
Improvements such as alr-con a down payment of 10 ,. No Wonder I'm a simple do-it-yourself item more than 200,000 over Iib3
dltloning to the original moma per cent is asked, and the { < now, The housing has panels sales.

': gage. and Pay off the loan by payments are spread over 12, 4'''' ; Dull These Days that adjust easily to the window -- -- COOL TOPPER Shutter of I high'ipttd camerafretiei
I f his 24 or 35 months at a fixed Interest sill, and the air condi-
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extending mortgage. ''1III4tt Studies of laboratory rats Cascade of water Into. ehaptau for Dvorah Will!
Banks and savings!! and loan rate ". ; support the theory that high tioner file chassis slides In likea WEATHERBy ante Sum Dash la doing the pouring at Trenton N.J.

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( NE4 Telephoto) Three groups of rats were are being made to har- High Low Pr'. Fewer Windows In Today's Home
Thank
I You, Doctor GorrieThough THAT (CI') S\\1\ISl1T-.With: raised at different temperature monize with room decor Front Albany 73 35
the aid of a discreetly located levels --66, 76, and 90 panels are available in wood Albuquerque, dear 92 35 \ii-condltlonlng has made age can be provided within a
none of the leading Gorrie is the Inventor of piece of driftwood a San degrees. Tested as grains to match furniture or Boise cloudy 6$ SO .0! practical the concept of buildmuch more compact structure
air Francisco model shows off young Fabric to match upholstery or Boston, cloudy 78 17 ins; with few, if any window*.!. This offers so manyecono-
air conditioning.Dr. adults for their ability
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conditioning companles the "nude" swimsuit which learning drape colors. Simulated wood Chicago, cloudy 81 09 .1 4 1 IIKC the building needn't be mica that air-conditioning can
bear his name, we shouldnot Gorrie was a leading has caused a furore in the they require an average of In white Cincinnati, rain 79 6] ..0Cleveland !2 5 foi natural ventilation be Included at no extra cost
lose sight of the fact that citizen of Apalachlcola durIng fashion world The suit is 12, 28 and 48 trials respec- panels come cherry cloudy 69 59 designed ,
a Florida physician\ Dr.John the 1830's. He dabbledIn made up of wool knit trunks tively to find their way througha oak, walnut and maple. Fabric Dea Moines, doudy 83 71 tic Jame amount of square rootIn many cases.
banking, real estate and politics and two thin straps maze to food. panels are in beige white and Detroit, cloudy 73 64 i'1MLW..tl
fi -- - In addition to his medical Then they were retested three spice brown. Fairbanks, cloudy 77 37
'. practice. AIR FILTERS -- These remove Fort Worth, cloudy 93 76
Better Health months later. The 66 degreerats
BEST BUY YETIfrigefte !
His first apparatus cooled remembered the 76 degree dust, dirt and pollen before Helena cloudy 64 43
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l' One Result OffAirConditioning rooms In his own home where What You Do rats had forgotten somewhat cooled air is circulatedin Honolulu, cloudy 80 73
j room. Dut filters can Indianapolis, rain 82 67 T :
patients lay burning with fever your
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degree Jacksonville, cloudy 99 73 1 Ii.
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He filled a container
Outside Can had forgotten completely. Juneau rain 18 47 .0I I
Ice and It from the ..
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Why do people Install air- -- ---- -- Kansas City, cloudy 83 75 .
s conditioning in their homes? ceiling. Effect Inside ''J' : ; Got Arthritis? Los Angeles, clear 73 58 -.. '
Comfort and cleanliness are But ice was difficult to : Memphis, cloudy 85 73 .IE! i. it-

the principal reasons but 25 come by in the south In those Landscaping can cut down : ,, '1' Better Check Milwaukee., cloudy 73 00Mpls.St.P. : : g
cloudy 78 72! 01 ;
per cent say health conditions days. So, to make his air the heat that penetrates a ,
New Orleans, cloudy ;5 ,
influence their decision to own conditioning system more building in the summertimeand Ii Home 'Climate'Arthritis New York, cloudy 80 60 .'1 ,
ai' practical Dr. Gorrie Invented -
central alr-condltloning. reduce the load on the Okla. City, cloudy 92 75 -,' ,
The health reasons were listed an Ice making machine. He air-conditioning system. and rheumatism, Omaha, doudy 80 73
by percentage as follows was turning out Ice on a home- Deciduous trees, leafy In / victims fare better in air-eon- Philadelphia, cloudy 78 S3 I 1 '
n Hay fever allergies 50 per made contraption by 1850. summer provide effective /. ::fr 4 4t dltloned environments which Pittsburgh, cloudy 71 34 DELUXE
-- sunscreenlng. In the wintertime 1 L. : I free them from weather fluctuations Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 73 63
f cent.Respiratory conditions Including SHE'S NOT AMUSED their bare branches tr a number of studies Rapid City, cloudy 74 S3 AUTO AiR' CONDITIONER

I,! asthma and sinus trouble WELLINGTON, Kan. (AP) won't block out the sunlight I rn have shown. Richmond Louis,,cloudy cloudy 81 81 72'34SU ,04 I Arrive alert and alive enjoy the refreshing cool air
vf 32 per cent. Mra. J.C. Smith discovered. that during the season that you want Some air-conditioning man Salt Lk. City, cloudy 56 41 .03 I of a Fngetta Deluxe, worlds finest, fits most every
Heart condition, high blood it. make and model One, (retaliation, termi!
of day
one of two decorative concrete: ufacturers currently produce San Diego, cloudy '70 60 car easy
fir'pressure, 9 per cent. eagle on pillara in front of her Grass and other ground plant- ufl equipment which also pro- San Fran., cloudy 62 83
TAMIAMI
Heat fatigue prostration 6 house was gone.Prank.ters ings can also reduce heat gain vides positive humidity control Seattle, rain 61 30 .57 ONLY Other
percent. who had hauled by absorbing heat rather than Thus artificial environments Tampa, clear 0" M $289 Frigattti TIRE SUPPLY
r' Acute Illness, 5 per cent. away the 150'poundomament left reflecting it into windows as can be established for Washington, rloud 81 58 'iNSTAHEn from 110 11th St.. N.. Naples
; Invalid In family 3 per cent. two eggs in its place. hard-surfaced areas will. the patients with greater precision Winnipeg, cloudy '1 ..S7M $259
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: > an old wives' tale that arthritis -

you are one of those persons gins about April 1 with the cause of their discom can forecast changes
;1n the weather the achesin RED HOTPRICES
I who sneezes during hay of by
blossoming poplars oaks fort.Tree t I fever seas, 'II, or, evi more maples birches, willows ash, pollen diminishes In t 4 'f. their joints.
unfortunately a person who suffers sycamore and other pollen- most areas about mid-May only ('ml11111t1: TillKU; : Dr, Joseph Hollander of the
y from year-round allegles producing trees. to be replaced from then until J Prospects for a bumper crop University of Pennsylvania
the end of June what is of small grain in the :Midwest 'School Medicine, said his
then air-conditioning Is for you. Many people caught by an allergic by
I this \ hut findings to
Comfort is the most obvious reaction to tree pollen generally erroneously
the stand of in
advantage of alr-conditloning blame their sneezing and eye- known as "rose fever." Actually this Knox heavy County Indiana rye cally established" that such ONFEDDERS
but its abllit\ to provide Year- watering on a "spring cold"or the r> je j xlve., off vet t field where Bbble I!,> Stultz 6. predictions can be accuratelymade.
round allergy relief Is of para- a "sudden change in the little pollen except via bees has to part the grain to gel .
mount Importance to a lot of weather" without realizing theTOIRING butterflies.. The real source through. J Record yields of
people. of the irritation Is bluegrass, wheat, rye and oats have The dlam"nd WII ptob.blyfest.
Roughly one in every five timothy redtop orchard grass been predicted for the f iund In India. not earlier than
households has at least one and similar vegetation. region. 100 n.C
member who Is affected with

sneezing itching eyes or asthma s .
resulting from pollen WANT Mbftf:r.6f* VpUR MONEY?

dust, spores and other air- KEEP YOUR *Ve ONGfcANTS;
borne aIle I gles. CONDITIONERSGreatest
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ample tests have shown the sales event of the year on America's greatest air condition

pollen count In an alr-conJi- er. These are only two of the sizzling values we're offering during our

tloned space to be only two r fhw great Fedders sale Comparable savings on every Fedders in our stock.

the per height cent of of the that summer outdoors rag at a C 0 0 I- way to beat the heat j I -O, -. 0-_ y-..

weed season. Dut many sufferers .
are reluctant to Install '
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period for ragweed pollens -
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most troublesome extends

the late only summer.six to eight weeksIn ...... r t4 r

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season caused by plant Sue Meredith, 21, of Anda
I pollens lasts from late March luau, Ala., travels for a liv t:; i
As "1964 Maid of Cotton .'
, through early November In ing ,yE a dtAh
much of the southern U.S. and she visits the Roman gfegpWi
Baalbek in Lebanon, NEMA'jBro
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of world tour -
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as part
areas. In south Texas,the grass cotton products
pollen season continues all

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II By David' Lyon liME :if Grabs TonightOMAHA

... Neb. (AP) Mis. SPORTS
sours, with the nation's best col.
Naples High School'" new Interest In track in this are: leglate rising staff, matches
track Is done and all it needs has outstripped facilities, bU I ayG Its > 3 left.hander Jack
U runners. it is too bad the progress is being made. Beside Sir ,iutl t o., against man, Minnesota's ace, . . . . . . . . .

track could not have been completed Edison Stadium's hot, hard asphalt right.hander Joe Pollack, for
for the 1964 spring track track, there Is a new tra y s| the NCAA baseball champion. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, June 18, 1964
season, but coaches md athletesare around the football field at Pun ship\ tonight
happy now that it has been ta Corda. Immokalee may get t
finished. track like Naples' in the neat It looks like a toss-up. Evenat Senior League
The clnders.and. track Is future third best, Stroud's 1.45
expected to get a lot of work, earned run average and 9.1 rec.
as several home meets should Harry Blllle's batting average I ord compares favorably with
be held by the sen'or' high anc Is slowly rising along with the, Pollack 10.2 and 1.82. Keith Cypress Dodgers Edge
Junior high team next spring. summer temperature, and h"ne Weber, Missouri's No. 1 man,
Though the lighting e f stem prl m. fully he can go like wildfire In the will be ready for relief.
football second half of the Western Caro,-
field arlly, illuminates there may the ho enough lines League season and push Ml This Is Minnesota's third tripto Bucs In Thriller 8-7;
light to allow night meets to be average to the .300 mark. the 'college world series Dick ,
The youngSemlnole, in his first Slebert's club won the crown In
held.Naples' first varsity track season of pro ball, did not start both Its other trips, the election i iI

for team two was seasons formed the Eagle in 1963 runners, anc out Castonla too well.C.Plrate Neither teammates did hli ? an years of 1958 and 1960. Reds Cubs End In Tie

Billle\ has not struck out too many ,
have not had a home meet. A 440. I
yard grass track was staked out times this season, but has been I Steve Steele doubled home two Rose getting a triple along witha

this spring on the hIgh school hitting the ball at people) Instead aJ'' BaseballRoundup seventh.innlng runs that gave Cypress single.
grounds, and the JunIor hgh) team, of past them. In a recent stretch _.. .11.. n NPfi .. '" ___ Lodge 295 Dodgers an ex. The Reds and Cubs each scor.
first In that school's 'Ilstory,hac of games, Billie went7.for.2andhiked citing 8.7 triumph over Lawyers ed three runs in the first\ three
CITY
GOLF
CHAMPION Yates is the
Johnny ( ) presented trophy
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his average from .203 t to I Abstract Pirates in Senior Little Innings, then were held score.
traitwill
some home meets. The new emblematic of the honor Beach Club Pro Paul Bell. ,
230. by Jerry Fyke last night. less for the next five frames
be better surface League play
a
runnng It's currently: : at .213, which represents ((1)I), lunnor-up! in the recent tourney at the Beach Club, matched the The night's other game was Jim Steinbach of the Cubs went
substantial Improve champ hole for hole through 17 holes but lost out by a stroke on the was even closer. The Elks Reds all the way on the mound, while
ment In the last month. He clout 18th. (McGrath photo) Things are back to normal in and Collier County Motors Cubs four hurlers worked for the Reds.
Northern Dancer ed a home run In one game re. Candlestick Park these days. battled to a 3.3. tie after eight The Reds scored twice in the
cently and had four hits In an. Willie McCovey la delivering Innings, and the game will be second Inning on an error and
Favored To Win other. The rest of the team still Little League souvenirs to the kids who gather played off later. The two.hour singles by Gary Hamm, Bill En.
Is hitting below par beyond the right-field fence time limit prevented further play gel, and Bob Tudor. Four walks
Seven Pirates, Billie Includ. when he swings, Alvin Dark Is yesterday. netted a second.Inning run for the
Queen's Plate ed, have been at bat more than making the right moves and the There will be Senior League Cubs.In .
100 times this season. Four of Giants are winning ball games. doubleheaders Friday and Sat. the third, the Reds got a
TORONTO (AP-The Queen's these regulars are batting low. Cleaners Nip Jaycees 1-0 Why things are so normal that urday nights at Cambler Park. Tun on walks, and the Cubs tiedit
Plate will be run for the 105th er than Billie and two of them ; Willie Mays is even hitting First contest each night will be. In their half with two runs on
time Saturday at Woodbine with are doing better. Billle has been homers again. gin at 5:30, followed by the night. two errors and Steve Grimm's
Northern Dancer the short'valuable In the field, showing That delightful combination of cap at 8. single.
priced favorite to win the $50,.'well at third base and subbing McCovey and Mays with a dash On Friday, the Reds and Fir.
000 added test for Canadian. for Injured players at first base Oilers Kiwanis 13-4 of Dark added for good meas. ates will meet In the first game, Mixed Foursomes
foaled J-year-oMs/ and the Red and now at shortstop. Last Sun,. Bury ure, lifted San Francisco Into a with the Dodgers and Cubs play.
Cross taking a bow for makingIt day, Billie participated In three virtual tie for the National Ing afterwards. On Saturday.the Tourney ToppedBy
North America's oldest con. double plays as Gastonia beat League lead Wednesday with a Pirates and Cubs tangle in the
ttnously run horse rare, Shelby 2-0. Trail Cleaners edged Jay Jaycees nearly obtained tance for Standard Oil In Its 3.2 victory over the Cincinnati early contest,followed by a match Dinner Party
The Civil War in the United cees, 1-0, In a tense pitching tie in the sixth when Hunter victory over Kiwanis. He allowed -' Reds between the Dodgers and Reds. players ;joined tAe
States still was nearly a year Most of the players In the Min. battle last night knocking Jaycees was hit by a pitch. He stole nine hits, but Kiwanis Of course, things didn't look The Dodgers and Pirates bat. competition Forty-one in the Beach Club
away when Don Juan won the nesota Twins starting lineup havea out of undisputed first second and took third on an infield left 11 runners stranded on the too good for 8 1.3 Innings, but tied to a 6.6. tie after six inn. Men's Golf Association's mix.
continuity first running was In threatened IDCOhut the In twin L in their last names place In the second-half Little out. With two away.Hunter basepaths and had four other then the wheels of success Ings. In the Dodger seventhMon. ed foursome best-ball tourney;
Versalles Allen, Rollins, AIM. sometimes grind slowly.
ty Hackney reached base on an
1917 when all horse rating In son, Killebrew, Hall. This week League standings. tried to score on a wild pitch, runners cut down at home. Cincinnati starter Joe Nux. ,,error and Carlos Alfonso fol. yesterday at the Beach Club.
Jaycees now share first place but Jensen him a Standard had a 4-3 lead The affair concluded last night
Canada was canceled because the Twins traded some play tagged out on' only hall had a six-hltter and a 2.1 lowed with a double, Hackney
of World War I. ers with Cleveland, and one ol, with Standard Oil, 13-4 victor close play at the plate. after four Innings, but clinched lead going into the ninth. The going to third. Then Steele de. with a cocktail party and dinnerat
For some obscure reason the new Minnesota players Is over Kiwanis In lastnlght'ssecond Each team got five hits, with the victory with eight fifth- veteran left.hander had helpedhis livered his double, both run. the Beach Club. Prizes Association were
somebody connected with the Jerry Klndall. It figures. game. The twofront-running Gracely the only player In the Inning scores. Four walks and own cause with a homer in ners scoring. handed out by
Red Cross derided! to hold a teams have 3-2 records, game with more than one. Jen- four errors contributed to the the fifth to balance Mays' 19th Alfonso, who pitched the last Chairman Frank Blair. Fifty-
two attended the evening party.
horse race at a horse show the Six football players at the University ,.. Trail Cleaners Is now 2-2.along sen scattered the five Jayceehits big Inning which was climaxed homer which came in the first. \three Innings for the league-lead Mr and Mrs. Ira Capelle and
organization was sponsoring. of Miami with Holland and Ex five three-run Nuxhall got Jim Davenport ing Dodgers Inthe
didn't prepare Salley over different Innings. by Ed Frank's gave up a run Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dixon made
The Queen's Plate, then knownas for final examinations this I change. Kiwanis has won two He walked nobody and struckout home run over the left-field leading oft the ninth but then ;last o f the seventh. After an er. the winning foursome. They
up
the King's Plate, was select spring, so they attempted to stay and lost four. seven. Hunter walked five fence. Jose Pagan rapped a single. ror put a runner on base, Ron combined well.placed drives and
ed as the rare. It was repeatedat eligible by cribbing on the ex, That's when Dark made his bigmove. ,,Staker doubled to send in a run.
the 1918 horse show and for Jaycees will try to move out and fanned eight. The winners got their first iron shots with accurate puttingon
the two years the colorful event ams. Unlike many other col, In front again when they tackles Tim Bell pitched the dls- four runs In the third Inningon ;But Staker was caught off second the greens to post a low net
who He motioned I base for the final
leglans cheat out.
these
boygot I McCovey, the
Exchange at 7:15 at and score of 56 and topped all con.
Friday double Cale Jones
was the only horse rare held In a by ,
and hitter The
caught, they were "ask rangy lefty who's been Dodgers got five runs In
Cambler Park. The 5:15 first Alander testants for first honors.
Canada ed to withdraw" from school singles by Steve ,1 battling a teason.long slump, to *the third on two walks, a tripleby
A1the\ pomp and ceremony New Hurricane coach CharlieTate : game matches Holland Salley Tony Lema Takes Frank, Gary Hartford.and.' bat for right-handed Del Cran. 1 Alfonso, singles by Steele and Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Hackett I
Mamie Tooke and Bill\
and Mrs.
that has surrounded the race for was disappointed because I and Trail Cleaners. Three Kiwanis pitchers allowed -1 dall against the southpaw pitch. i Don Lightner, and Jeff Johnson's
years will be a part of the 1 the six students were counted on I Ray Jensen ofTrallClearerj Lead In U.S. Open a total of 10 hits. er. I Ir triple. The Pirates scored twiceIn Whiteley comprised the second

pageantry again Saturday. heavily for the coming football and Don Hunter of Jaycees mowed WASHINGTON (AP) Tony For the losers, Mike Arthur That's wrong you say? He's I I the third, three times In the place net 59.foursome Close ,behind posting in a third low
Woodbine officials look for a Names of the down batters until to let the batter I II fourth and In the fifth to
season. player I opposing Lema, taking dead aim on his had two singles and two runs: supposed rlghty once place was Mr. and Mrs. E.V.
crowd of more than 30,000. Theref'orl 1 were not disclosed, but they will I Hunter ran Into some founhI third straight tournament vie. batted In. Bucky Flowers and I hit against the left pitcher?!take the lead, 6.5 Johnson sin. Brumflel and Mr. and Mrs. Tom i

when Queen turnout was 32,127 1962: be conspicuous( by their absenceIn I Inning ,trouble. ,With twpjjut( tory, apd.Johnoifi< Pott tockjaquick Klih., McDuffie I also had j two, Maybe, but who can argue with I gled and scored in the sixth to Abbott. Their score was an even
Mother Elizabeth the fall. Hats off to Miami I Jerry Cooksley walked, Billy leatffoWe 4tn'NafWnll hits apiece. success? Certainly not the Giant 1 give the Dodgers a tie. 60. i
saw the race. Post time Is 3:50 1 officials and to Tate for refusing Ellis and Colt Tournament today, players who mobbed McCovey Alfonso Steele, and Johnson
Hoke
singled Grace- open It was anno need the last round
p.m. EST. to stand still for this sort. both shooting two-undef'-par after Nuxhall's second pitch each had three Dodger hits off
ly singled to In of the 72.hole tourney now being
of stuff. The conniving "stu right, driving landed among the youngsters :1 losing pitcher Fred Moss. Tim
for the first nineholel.Meanwhile .
with the j. played by members of the asso. I
CALL THE NEWS FOR dents" got no more punishment t Cooksley game's only veteran Sam Bob Jewett behind that rlght.fleld fence. Whipkey and Jerry Rose got two elation will\ by played next Wed.
RUBBER STAMPS than they deserved. run. Snead, trying for the 24th <*on- The victory moved the Giants I hits apiece for the Pirates, with nesday. I
!
secutlve year to win the Open, 1-Up LeaderAt within seven percentage pointsof
apparently shot himself out of the league.leadlng Phlladel.
the running on the first nine Cape CoralCAPE phla Phillies, who ran afoul of 8'aseball Stand.ings''
holes. Billy Williams and lost to Chi.
CORAL (AP)- 5hteelyear.old : n
Snead, playing In the same Bob Jewett of Fort My,,8 cago 95. In other NL games,
threesome with Lema, birdied ers took a one-stroke lead inti) Pittsburgh's Bob Friend won hist American League National LeagueW.
the first hole, but had a double the third round of the Southw8S'Florl 11th straight against the Newt W. L. Pet. G.B. L. Pet. G.B.
bogey 6 on the fourth, where he a Junior Golf Tournamen't York Mets 3.2, St. Louis nipped Baltimore 36 23 .610 Philadelphia 33 22 .600 -
fay tjOWllJllIf State 1J t lot four-putted and another six or today Houston 21 and Sandy Koufax Chicago 33 22 .600 1 San Fran. 35 24 .593 -
the sixth, with three putts. IK Jewett carded his seconc I fired his fourth shutout as Los New York 33 23 .589 H Cincinnati 31 27 .534 3'/i
also bogled the ninth for a four straight par 72 Wednesday t over.par 39 on the par.70 Congressional move ahead of Allen Miller o I:r In the American League, Bal. 32 29 .525 5 Milwaukee 30 30 .500 fillJ
Country Club course Pensacola, Dick Prior of Yen) tlmore moved into first plare, Boston 31 30 .508 6 Los Angeles30 30 .500 5Vj
S DAUSMYr Sam Snead has finished in the Beach and Allen Powers of Or,, beating Chicago 6-1, Clevelandr Detroit 26 31 .456 9 Chicago 28 28 .500 5Vi
top ten 11 times, including four angeburg, S.C. All were tied foi 1 swept two from Minnesota 3.2 Washington 27 37 .422 111/1 St. Louis 30 31 .492 6
times is runner-up in the U.S. second at 14J in the over*alfield. :I and 5-0, Boston edged New York Los Angeles 26 37 .413 12 Houston 28 34 .452 8'/i'
2 Open golf championship. 4.3 in 12 Innings, Detroit nipped Kansas City 22 37 .373 14 New York 19 42 .311 17Wednesday's
---- The 72.hole contest drew a Kansas City 3.2 In 10 Inningsand Wednesday's Results Results
field of 244. Los Angeles topped Wash. Boston 4, New York 3 Chicago 9, Philadelphia 3
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----- Detroit 3, Kansas City 2, 10 St. Louis 2, Houston 1
Innings Pittsburgh 3, New York 2
i Cleveland 3.5, Minnesota 2.0 Los Angeles 5, Milwaukee 0
Los Angeles 5, Washington 3 Today's Games
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Summer Unusually High

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NEW YORK (AP) With Steel mill activity Is slipping

summer officially due next only slightly with summer

week the nation's Industrial out. prospects better than usual

put Is holding reassuringly high. Auto production and sales are

Government statistics mostly continuing around record levels

,>over only the period up to with another big spurt set for

mid.May. But the news from the autumn.

key sectors of Industry gives New orders for other durable

June high billing. goods are strong promising

brisk activity In the factories

tor awhile Soft goods makersare

Local I Vets looking for an advance Incoming

': .i weeks and months a* CALL TilE NEWS FOR 49-Houses For Rent

the impact of the federal In. RUBBER SUMPS "INTAL'I

.come, tax cut spreads.

Study Under Last year saw a leveling off bedroom furnlthad home.
... -- Near tea Oata School 1100 Nf
the
'..... wj In Industrial output during 38-Autos For SaU
summer, with the Federal Re. bedroom furnnhed apt
serve Board's Index even tak. Words Don't nice MMt

-i/-: : j'z Korean Bill Ing a slight dip leading the bedroom unfurnished apt.
Mean A
Thing
.. : cautious to wonder If the bust Stove and ret 17 M

!) ness upswing was coming to a The tifterenco you pay will
WI NEED RENTAL LISTING
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,: today and ua Were not fool ..
.. .:J! ._"'::=-_- .... .,1i"':.....'1:> -.. ""::---. .. NEW YORtf--Fewer than half halt.But the steady gains last fall Inal' IEE CARIMIAN REALTY

of the men In Collier County and winter, and the upsurge In ** Where Customers tend Their.

B REM EN' I IN BERLIN-A I modal of the hasp. Bremen sails. put modernistic who saw service In the Korean April brought the Industrial out. falcon AT '3 North Trail Friends"_Ml 2 till
I the put Index to an Impressive high. Corvair, Monte t dr AT
Korean
Congress Hall on the river Spree while making a visit, to tho former Gorman capital city. 'ar--oops, conflict Lark aid ahift,
--have taken advantage to The pace was faster than pre. SI !4-Trad. or Sell

date of the educational benefits dieted at the start of the year. Corvette cream puff
Chrysler, 300 1 dr. loaded Will trade equity In Labs
100 Years AgoSeige New Tourist available to them under the What businessmen are won. WHY FUSS AND WORRY? LET Falcon Future t II,. aidValient house for land in City or Coun Park
derlng now Is If this momentum *' tyC&s Ml t 'Z9I| s/t tf

Korean Cl Bill. will carry through the summer AN AD IN THIS NEWSPAPER Impenel.AT t dr. HT ",,,\)& FOR LOT L.,.. 7

AttractionAt On the basis of figures gathered months, or whether the usual SOLVE YOUR ADVERTISING 'Imperial' 4 5,. bedroom, t bath home priced
nationally only about Cadillac' D.Villa I dr NT at fllSOO Mortgage payment
Of hot weather doldrums will give PROBLEMS. SALES Cedillac DeVHIe, 4 dr. NT IJ7 per ",0. Went city, lot
Petersburg two out of every five of the another pause In the 40-month Rambler. wagon AT A/C CARIBBEAN REALTY WO N

Cape CoralCAPE vets have completed or are business advance. BARGAINS AND SPECIALS. Continental cream puff 4/IS.Trail testS57Houses Ml 2I15S.

enrolled In some form of educational Two of the big bulwarks of AN AD TELLS YOUR STOUT Old. *l. loaded
CORAL--The first t the spring gains autos and Rambler. 4 dr overdr For Sal.
training. ,
Oodgt wagon V I, AT
Beams In Virainia
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phase of Florida's newest tour To be eligible for It, a vet- steel, seem sure to take a "
.on V AT 1 Bdrm, 1 bain corner lot on
-- - - -- -- ist attraction 80- siesta Announcement. FarTa" .
., gigantic, eran must have been In the armed canal. Airconditsning. fireplace
Other ot the econ. 1 blocks te beach Owner .
multi-million dollar In' segments
BY LON K. SAVAGEThe of his worries, but no one believed acre, forces, but not necessarily PlAZA BEAUTY SALON Ford S cyl will sell very reasonably.
Civil War In Virginia tooka them. stallation ranging from thstate's i abroad, at some time between omy are counting on offsetting Ford VI, AT Large mortgage small.. down
these seasonal slowdowns with 5s2s a. T..I Trail Chevy HT payment Call collect ,t. My-
dramatic new shUt 100 years Then, the Federals made a largest rose garden to June 27, 1950, and January MIdway S 5572 loadedWOOD ers, S7tS.it
better than usual bust. '
ago this week as General Ulysses drastic error. William F. performing porpoises -- U I 31. 19S5. He must also summer CHRYSLER OR1Ji'1't OALC
ness Soft goods and the wide. Due to D.'h In the hmll/
8. Grant and Robert E. Lee "Baldy" Smith, leading the as. scheduled to open at this com. have served 90daysunlessdlscharged spread recreation and vacation VI.'. the Repair will b. cleoed PLYMOUTH, INC. must NO sell BROKERSOwner tIres bedroom,

played a came of cat and mouse sault on Petersburg delayed to munity on the banks of the his. for a disability Incurred Industries June 17 till J"IHOII"'o/ t4 N. Trail Ml. I.mlKARMANN 2 beth homo In THI MOOR
work
are especially hope. pick up repelred are potted
outside Richmond. ponder his situation. As he did, INQI Central heel and air
toric Caloosahatchee Rlvei.r while in service. In Shop wuidow.3Boats.Motors. '" QHIA On. owner conditioning' carpeting throughout
When the same was over, each Beauregard received his first re. 15.The ful.Both Encellenl condition HOn 00 2 bedrooms Com.
Aug. had virtually slowdowns and will tne.pt
'ttid outsmarted the other. Grant enforcements on June 1 S. On the Although fighting gains See Ird Ave., N Ml t.1742. pUts kilolen: Including disposal
attraction to be callet I the end of 1952 widely Acces. 4/17,MIH1
attacked and ceased by vary by regions.The and dishwaiher Nice screenedporch
had tooled Lee by stealing a 16th and 17th, Smith I
Cape Coral Gardens will Initially Southwest and the Pacific ovid driveway, sodded
the conflict continued to January ThunderbirdHerdtop R 4
march southward crossing the drove Beauregard's line back, 1KI IT rt Niethell opec M. Power ...... Factory lawn: Phone Ml 24104 alt,,
windowt
James River and marching on but he failed to exert the neces. open a 22-acre area t .. .
tI. Ip T,
electronic "'Ino'' .
and In.
Petersburg 21 miles south at sary force to take the city. the public. ruled. aerospace {971. LUFF QMC, 1 tm Ml' 5 4104 after IlI.1f .... t4 out of II of our retirement

Richmond before Lee realized Finally, on June 18, Lee understood Highlights of the first sec. Statistics on veterans In the dustrles to keep their economy at. N. Ml I.22/0. 7Im. t ./ Only home I sold remaining on Michigan at, ,lit.470 Ave. Including .

what was happening. Lee, in the situation. He fired tion will be an elaborately land: United States, and education mounting 1(51 Chris.Craft II' I" Conttel- 195J Olda Power ateerlng landscsped lot. screened

turn, outsmarted Grant when he off orders and the Army of Northern scaped "Garden of Patriots' they have acquired have been The older Industrial centersIn .. twin finder 110, '., Ship to there, A well brakee Cell -2 U44 Automatic /14 Rune,it porch, sir ....d. See these
the Midwest and Northeast depth fully equippedwith I home before buyin.nyn.tiro.
finally learned of the Federal Virginia moved out sharply. -featuring a dramatic bust o r compiled by the Veterans Administration Ills loekete. .to 't,. Ml ment homes CARIBBEAN
move: with Ms usual swiftness, Next day, Grant's men faced the the late President John F.Ken. and the N.Y. also have seen a better Indus 24442 or 2 2111, Price $575000. 40-Autot Repair Parts REALTY I7M N. Trait, MlMm
Cm
by trial mix In recent years so b. teen at .'''nk..llh tln.ttsottSrACIIFR'UNT
he raced his army for Peters battle.hardened veterans of Lee'sarmy Chris Craft
nedy by sculptor Robert Berks, Veterans' Ali a/Hit "
State Division of that a summer slowdown In RESIDENCEON "' -
burg and occupied the city's de. the same confederates a 40.000-rose display and the steel won't be LOOK HEREI I 100' of white send beach
lenses before Grant could cap. they had faced at Cold Harbor.A fairs. as all.lmportant Bu.lnets Oppa.TEXACO I bdrm, 2 b.,... gerage. CBS
Federal had "Garden of a Thousand Fountains Approximately 115 Korean as It once was with screened In pool and patio
ture It.The great opportunity
," where music, multi. For the national economy asa Wondering where to to .lust reduced to 131,140 unfurnished
In
CollierCountyhaveenrolled
result was that Lee and been muffed. veterans wonderfel
This la a buy
_ INC.
Grant again faced each other In colored lights and Jets of wa. for training since the whole, the question still Is With your car problems In a scarce Item May wo enowyou
how much of a slow For I..... undr construction. this property todeyf CARIBBEAN
131 summer now Flniah Paint Jaba
ters as as Factory
new lines, and their fighting was shooting high CI Bill went Into effect, It Is ullromedern nation atMoorlngt .. REALTY, I7M NTrell :
far from over. Because of the "t\>.:.\ feet will be combined In I I estimated, based on the national down will develop.The Shopping c.....,. N*. Wreck. PebluiltTnaupe '. Ml I4IJS. 4/23lhs
natural formed optimists hold the best Is p155.' Psid tramini program and W Rm HOMETTedrooma
move, Grant was forced to lay 'n1" arena bya21/2- :
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figures mancial asuistancuavailat and alignmentMotor
; yet to come Some of the cau. Front 2 bath Florida room,
siege on Petersburg, a siege destined acre lake. about 41 For Information dh this valuable OverhaulTranemit.ion aeawallodcenel.
percent Located
"'; 'T/i/j. They represent tlous think the trend will garega on
to continue until the last ,q The attraction was designee I still franchite contact Don Abrnathy rebuiltLubrication Clean:I and wall I cared for,
of the 282 Korean vets be O. .
upward, but that the fastest Tenaco Ine P. Priced at III.SOO. Owner on*
days of the Civil War. ....., by Internationally-known landscape counted locally by the Census growth may already have been eon lit* Ft "t" Phons (D loua te tell CARIMKAN

architect Frederic St SraksPalSI REALTY IW N. Trail Ml
res-
tabulation. felt
1960
in Its
GRANT'S MARCH Bureau 'TEXACO / 4 Wax 2.SI'St. 4/2Sthatf
Grant had decided on his sau of Ft.Lauderdale,and Is being Of these, tome 60 went tot INC. Don.t look any further fORRENTO"OAROCN1' 4 bed

bold move alter his disastrous ; ''.' developed by Gulf Amerlcai college, a number of them continuing For leat high potential 1 fay see room 1 bath brlckfront beauty.

defeat at Cold Harbor. Con. l4' Land Corporation, the Florldi I on through graduate LA To Require Station Naples. Paid now Training In operation Program In Ingrarn Chevrolet, Inc. This homo very flee living lerge room and spacious family

vinced he could not crack Lee's : firm which launched this 3,500-. school to become engineers and financial a.it.ttnc* avail IM Wh M. M. Ml I IIMNaplee. room with full brick .1."....
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fireplace, eliding plait doors. topotto
line through the middle, he decided : resident community six year I doctors, dentists, teachers and Smog EliminatorOn Den Abernathy, Teiaco I...., Fig Larao kitchen with all

to swing south and choke ago. Complete developmenlof t P. o. Boa IIM. Ft "1" customs built ....''n.... disposal.
off Richmond's supply line from : ( the attraction Is program. the like. In All New Cars Phone. to 74.u. _IOJ1.Invettment 41-Truck. > Tractors dlthwtther range Reereetionroom
chose
Others training Field Enterprise aould be sued et fifth
the south. itI $ i med over the next four years trade Industry and In the var- L06 ANGELES CAP) Auto liOOO I'lOO or HOMO can double' New.. OMC Truck Immediete. bedroom lao ed/oining/ bathOffice .

Ordering a cavalry division to Visitors to the Cape Cora!I ious crafts. They went to institutions manufacturer wishing to sell period or triple Climatic,aar.iativ.condition, IV inert lore delivery. atreight pickup,, bedroom could alee Carpeting be uted aaamell In

hold off Lee, Grant swung his Gardens-located seven mile I below levelor 1968 models in California will gulch action utsbta partner. Vt and the 4000 beet aerie buy in heevv truck dulyFor heulIng ,- living' area, terrain In bedroom .
huge of 113,000 southward : college elim. or .nv.ltsrn Conl..t Sos uSIA.Ii. wing and aervice' araeeFully .
army have to add a device to tee LUFF OMC. 421 tthtl
southwest of Fort : .....
Myers--wli took co respondence courses Cottw. County H. 5liStSlim. N, Temporary 'location. todded. IH tots with
toward the James boats arrived
of their
; ; enter the area via a scenic, inate a by.product wares l/Mtn.e paved driveway, double' ..,.
bridges were thrown across, and ''', ,; i .S or went in for on-the-farm unburned hydrocarbons in .nll S uinaiu let 5n. nort Jutt IH veert old Price
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Grant his men Ir two-mile drive colorfully framed lusmeis In rear of home In 14 SOC CARIMEAN: REALTY: ,
began herding training. exhaust fumes.
varieties of the Cape. auto separate building ticrifica for 44-Mobile Hornet HO N... Trail. Ml 2 Sill.S7 .
across. by is out on the dn .
Time running Experts say these hydrocar. C.shs J'I paymentox .lIst!
Lee had Coral rose first hybridized i I I a'c .., County
discovered Grant ,
soon There of
educational program. bont are a major cause smog. New t/.Uf 19a If Skyline Treiler Air
withdrawn from his Cold Harbor by the Jackson &, Vehicle Pollu. Conditioning Reatonablo try
year ago are only eight months left. Veterans The State Motor cash or I....... Ml II2M or MlMHI 38-lots For SaUWaterfront
lines, but he did not think Grant Perkins Co. of Newark, NJ, who are now taking courses tlon Control Board Wednesday 7 Dogs Cats Pets 5/lIst
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would cross the James. Lee Entrance to the Gardens will:i I have to double up In approved four devices to control Close e.telel Treiler with, ce Lots
moved his men Into new lines may and ear rI $ Vendfrbllt Beach E.,....
be .
via a museum designed bJ, them.D. AKC tta oo.J"r.
) their classes It Is pointed out, Toy puppy poodles registered ,' MI 54151 er Lot I. block L. unit 2
just southeast of Richmond wherehe board's Color .' Telephone
A. Jensen the ex.
Robert Wldder .
designer 'tlcot.
,original finished before the dead- Lot I Block J. unit 2
441
had whipped George McClellan of the Smithsonian Institute to get ecutlve officer, estimated that Midway 2 II.MO ..... for both lota Phone
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two years earlier and waited for line. Congress has January by 1867 the Installation of the a, writ Don Holland 740.113

what he figured would be a new Historic art and politically- 31, 1965, as the cut-off date devices priced from $25 to $75 13-Help Want. FemaU Trallera IS a week, with TV Avenue, Phone Treasure JI..tW14.01 island' FIs59Acreage .

assault on Richmond.IN significant displays will grace I for the Korean program. on new cars will have eliminated 110 a week tpecea IS a week '/
the museum where visitor I Experienced. weitreee .I Andy, Rock Creek Trailer' Park
Collier County's veteran population 25 per cent of the hydrocar.bons Pit Barbecue Ml lift Apply' 4/Jltl ,ONT 'ltOY"'L L.22, Q.oI.
PETERSBURGDown tlti will also be able to purchase I according to the latest In the Los Angeles basin's erler I em. __ >>.ll W"1e lion Drina 0 J Fur Nirbort lais. .. trod.

In' Petersburg, Con. replicas of busts of 34 Amer': official figures, consists of 365 atmosphere. Eiperienced "' .11...... at ... 48-Apts. For RentCfficienciei Road. 0",.... 00..... 2110 Pass.

federate Gen. P.G. T. Beaure. ican presidents, which will tx. who were in World Warl.1.291 p.01's t.ronl Reateurent See 4/14 Helen, "..,d.n.,,,' Lot L.kI P.r1.
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gard was beginning to realize featured In the Gar'. Day, Week or Near school pod 110' 12.11'"A"LOWI
MEW FROM TilE TOP- adjacent in World War II and 232 in the CALL TilE NEWS FOR Waltreta wanted for .....k bar Month, IBIS MOTEL, Ml 4 SICK .13 5thAve.
what was happening. With about The new, 341.foot Oneida den of Patriots. Korean War. RUBBER STAMPS and lounge, Muse be il yrt. Mlt 21101 or Ml 2SI.SOwner .outst. Mt, 'IUI.ll.tha.t' .
/ll.If .
J 2,200 men to defend Petersburg, -5M. /
observation tower in Niagara Projected cost of Garden o r 'a large turnnhed elfi
[he saw the Federals massing ciency. Air condo St,...c..11
[outside his lines; he heard re. Falls. Ontario gives visitors Patriots art Is $60,000 withbusts l4-4Ulp Wanted MaUIrueH Apia Ml 24HS or Ml i-lin.
panoramic of the of presidents Kennedy, -
{ports that thousands of Fe. a view Sabal Shorts .
Horseshoe and AmericanFalls I Washington, Jefferson, Theo- NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF SANITARY driver wanted lor route ApU.VEAR DISTRESS! Owner needs
derals were-croaslng the James; work gaa delivery and water ROUND LIvING money II acres MM total
| he felt the attacks on his thin and othei breathtakingsight dore Roosevelt and Franklin conditioning work Contact ..". Modern, one bedroom end efficiency price Collier County Reel Es-
akia L, P. 0... Ml. 14)I ApU furmthed TV tat. Ml 2 HIS Open Sundays,
j line grow heavier. He sent off : Two elevatorr can Delano Roosevelt already being SEWER DISTRICT NO. S (/ ISt cable In, Monthly or yeerround S/Silt

lone message after another to transport 1.800 people per Installed. Ml, 2 44JS. Kelly Rr enda.reca 41 ,
Top quality aircanditioning Mr- tore lor sele Clote In ISO
( |Lo and to Richmond telling hour to the towers top Berks' bust of Kennedysing vice' men It you went a rulure. Ave l/ltf Its split' CARIB
! ------ Sanitary Sewer District No. I U now complete IS,000 CO a year take home Funishado.s bdim. ept neer rA tl.t' 17M N. Trail.
led out by Life Magazine, will pay vacatIon with" pay andChristmas beech |>S per mo year 'roundSuitable Ml. 2 H8I 1/21. Tha_, tfMO
occupy a special place of honoi and connection be made immediately beaus. it you can I adult Ml 24171. acres for sale at IM
may hook up and aervice window IUt per
: underneath a concrete canopy and centre! airconditiomngequipment / ecre Might. sell. part Two
States Count On Expanded If you are ell kutinete I BEDROOM UNFURNISHED milts south of propoeed ,..
suspended over a mirror poolIn APT Leuderdela. Rd
a non drinker .nd not hot OREEN ACRES MlI CARIBBEAN
Section 11.' (t) City of Naples Ordinance
re.
the Gardens. air, I NEED YOU.COURTEsY IIM S/ll.tf REALTY, I7M N. Trail, Ml
SALtS 4senvicI 2 III). 1/21.TII....
The "Garden of a Thousand quirts that property owners, having buildings on INC .Hou..,.. "I.nII 5.pt.1"1. at summon 1I11.1f 51'.4 .c... on ltnrnabi..J"

Economy For More Revenuemean Fountains" performances will Phone Ml Naplee 2 4241 Florida J. JitinessTop Iis-jso-ino 17501 c..". Your clones for a

be watched by visitors from a their property must connect te such sewer sysfern OUALITV"APPLIANCCSERVICE Furn. TV.I bd Air,....Cond apta MS Efficlenciea 4th. 5005 RiALTY lnvutrnont, 5750. N., CARISSIAN Irsil., Mtd.

curved concrete stadium cut MAN I need 0 am- way 2IIU62Bminess. /'LI..1i.
Ave So Ml I 4112 SSIfFuroithed
Ithln 90 after the has the men to heed up an appliance
,CHICAGO AF-6tate budg. lower deductions and daye City provided c. .
( Into the side of a man-made aervice comp.nlt'" I bedroom openment
eta are continuing to grow but higher payments to the states. The are a non.drinker, hone end Huge living room, Mchen Property
his at least legislators Associated Press mountain spectacular sanitary ....en. The to-d., period will not com. went a luture. a willing worker mad beth Ml I 3511Tasornom t/ ,lf
year, An survey show-With 15,000 gallons 01) and capable of running abusiness I urCishu S ..,clonCWpi
War. counting more on an ex. shows .ev.ralstatea raised their I NEED YOU. Na children MlI Kelly Rd Business Frontage.
and 59 underwater menu until the aaaeinment chart are mailed to pots or
water spot COURTESY SALE 4 Owners say sell See this
t pending economy for Increased Income tax withholding rates to HI7 or Ml I IMt 4/tlf and prop.
In time with! SERVICE INCNaplet. arty snob borsain tod.y.
:
revenue than they are on tax bring them In line with this lights combining each property o_ ner. This should be accomplished Florida 0. H. LUFF. 421 N. 5th
boosts. windfall. Included were Malta. musical classics--li an exact Phone Ml 24241 t. Johnton ./1..1..
49 Houses For Rent
pi 1 While governors of many chusetts, Oregon, Alabama and duplicate of the recent display during Aufuat 196&. However, connections maybe foot Trail, Between Frontage Naples. ill and* front Mar.CO .

state signed new tax laws this Minnesota, according to infer at the Brussels World's 23-MUc. For 511."ow. Houae far rent I bdrm.. I ..1... Turnoff Collier Co.
22 ion compiled by Commerce made now.Property baits unfuinistad. Ysart Reel Estate Ml. t INt Open
In mat Fair.
year legislatures were .. .o..er for sate clwaC.MI t.a,'. Avaltabli August IS. Cart. Sundays ",...
Mslon the hope were that Clearing House Inc., of Chica. Expected to be a great favorite a.lOl1. IIIUt MI 'c411. 5/list

business activity, fed partly by 10, a publisher of topical bust of children, the porpoise ossers ire reminded that the plumber I IIIIr", .. 2 bath furniehedhome
very neat Clme InS 6S-Gen. Real Estate
the federal tax cut, would surge ness law reports. pool Is located nearby and con- 26-Personal blobs from beech Adulta I

upward for the fourth consent. However the added revenuesare nected via a network of tro they choose to make the connection must be II* P..nonable 10 visIt art
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Ml 5 5035. I/lIlt
GET THE
KEY TO A
HOME
five obtained they apparentlywill
year. pically-landscaped trails featuring Men or women w,'" ......In. ;bedroom house /u'n'.C TV HOMES not Just houses but
There U no telling at this be spent for present Im. than 40 varietiesof ceased by the City of Naplea. A sewer connection problem' ASS for help, by cell caale evoll...,.. Adutto on'''' homes The kind the needs

ttae precisely what Impact the provements and administration, more ing. Ml 2 41tl Vititert ,cordially Ml 2 4)01 _/I'.1f ::-t::ttr.sndiy your family t"I grace them
Firtttptitl mate them Into .
thousands welcomed Meelingt n .
and '
tek cut will have, but a year not for past mistakes. palms literally Permit must be applied for at the Water & Sewer Church Anne on StHSI novae for rent I 11II''''.. 2beih heven of physical com
the Treasury Department "Unlike some year In the of plants and shrubs. at >th Ava every Tao end unfurniihed Yearly. fort end spiritual' bliss: Mey

mated that a $104>Ullonfed. past," Rothenberg said In his A 1,000-car: parking area 1 U Department located In the City Halt This Permit Fri nighi al S M P M loose't.j44"!! Available_AuguSt IS./,Cell, tf NOMI cc 'IWt """". your

reduction would spur In. study, "there were few In.stances located at the attraction, which .
GOING ON VACATION ,
IH
sill cost 'IUt and be taken eut by the 3 bed rewrite bathe
where taxes had to be Include a 39- may 33-Servlcet Offered
ment, consumer spending will expand to I ROOM COTTAGE SLEEP reohiKe 112.000
employment to a pointre Increased because nodeflcltshad reproduction of a Polynesian S AIL ELECTRIC KITCHEN .
the'current acre owner or Ma plumber. Because of the workload AVAILASLE .Y WEEK I bedreema. 2 bathe,
state and local govern developed during village an Italian Watts SEA WALLS OR MONTH IN NORTH CAROLINA Di.,. Ave I IS,Sod

i* would reap close to $3 budget period as a result of an Garden Children's Garden being placed en licenaed plumbers person are CONCRETE WOOD ROCK I/DO FT ELEVATION f bedroomaIbath,
of past commitments CALL "I 2 SII7" ""If
on extra In taxes excess Naturalistic Coconut Grove 113.100
,
Garden
Hanging Foundation Piles furniahed
2 bdrcatuo. completely
20 Mates, according to a over available resources. Garden and Secluded Garden. urged te connect te the sewer system now Insteadof 2 bike from beech. I IV APPOINTMENT' PLEASE
y by Leon Rothenberg r.. Education absorbs the largest Docks-Mooring Whips bike, from pier Aveileble until
Pea aM"" 14011 ./Uta. See Naplte South. and Model
of state budget and _
cb director for the Federa.of portion waiting until the deadline.
IAOEN AulometK 'ryIlOCUABBOTT Hornet en dltpley.Attoclatea.
.
..
where new taxes were Imposedthis MUCH TOO OBVIOUS .. '.... tasi.Iced or SsSay.nlslpd
Administrator In.
Tax ,
house w '" earpore onpnivata
tax will Us year they were almost al. MOUNT VERNON, Ky. (AP) C.II :
e receipt au.
lr'.I. AnII'W Lucille One Virgil Marcum
V P. WOOD Jr. ;
,
atically a* a result of the way for this parpo*. However, Fug Chief John Cos catimattd Radio Road lob Ja.a.rDEWEY

ral tax cut. In these states, mental health highway and d.ma.. at $:.000 to 11.000 when Manager 2. 042 i-elM 2 44" VERY ROOMY 4 ."., 2 gain. POLLY

vldual and corporation are public assistance also will ben, as hg wag toying to It.rllh. fife City unfurnlthed Pine Ridge homo on. large MM

ed deduction oa their fit from the Increased revenue engine, it backfired and gsa wag Jane It, 11, 1M4 #180 3o-Wan.ed To Buy room In hit bo.uO.I'ue.redecoreted REALTY
; end avalleble at
Income taxes baMd oar Sources for new taxes very ignited undtr It. Wanted loy't 5." bike Good IIM/mo). Contact Willlem only I, 4
Cersu45lI5tAvLU:: "
amount of federal Income from personal Income to sales Thai city then fotnd it had no condition Reeeonable S"''I1""f ..T".h jJ II Tooth ION l
I ,. Ml. 243S4I .
fire "
.. Thus, lower federal taxes of peanut irwurancg on the fire truck. a MU.








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. I 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thur day, June 18, 19S.II ,.: ic'wsx'' r''''' 'y! awwrwrlgll gRve.,*.,.' wrC .

Business.Commercial l : See Vote
0 J Estate t Area j rf': !

Virginia Board Gets Q Ui.J Comm. Facilities Gov't :"" ;.

I County 2 rn Home Area m Schools Churches On Rights



One Week To Reopen Schools i IF E 931 [GO Hotels & Motels LGJ Utilities .

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-- - ,- - - -- Bill
RICHMOND 8 ID] Apartments QU] ftofessional& Today '
Va. \LAP) A the public schools remain g Fraternal
federal court has given the close<

Prince Edward County Board of Lewis turned down a requestby j CD: RecreationalWallace WASHINGTON (AP)-Having
Supervisors one week to appro. the Negro attorneys that he \ E E shot down the last of the South
priate funds to reopen and operate order the county to hire a public E 1 ern amendments, the Senate
public schools school faculty and school \ BEACH( F E '\ m Hospital prepared to vote tonight or Fri
OJ5. Dlst. Judge Oren R. employee on a nondiscriminatory I day on the civil right bill.
Lewis Wednesday night ordered basis. He said the Supreme HE r '8 8 Passage was foreshadowed
the supervisors to levy taxes Court had not required it. I Wednesday night-In the 81st
and raise funds to open the He said, however, the schools ICOUy day of the long struggle-when
schools, closed In 1959 to avoid must be operated on t nondiscriminatory the senators substituted, by a
racial desegregation basis for the pupils I 0 .E 8 8 1 7648 vote, the package draftedby
Judge Lewis told the board to leaders of both parties for
act by June 25, one month to> A spokesman for the super I the bill which had been passed
the day after the U.S. Supreme visors said in Farmvllle that ;p9T N by the House Feb. 10.
Court ordered Prince Edwardto he thought the board would C 8 g y That set the stage for the final
reopen the schools meet before the weekend for a arguments pro and con, and
miring an hour.lung hearing briefing by Its special counsel, then the vote which leaders
Wednesday and at preliminaries J. egar Gravatt, and would l E E E hopefully said may come by to.
Monday, Judge Lewis offered "reach some decision by June c B ) DE night but more likely Friday<
the supervisors the initiative in 25." I F night
reopening the schools, They did Gravatt on Monday had asked a 0 The substitute retains the basIc .
not take It. His tough order fol. the court what penalties the su. antidiscrimination features
N i, lowed. pervlsors might If E D E TO U.S. 41aF +
t expect they i.c E of the original measure. It puts
I.' Judge Lewis declined to spellut "find it Impossible to comply." more emphasis on voluntary
) exactly how much money Lewis said Wednesday that compliance and gives states
:he board should< appropriate, as prejudgment was Improper I IA with their own laws an oppor.
toufcht by Negro attorneys. He "Just let them disobey it," he C tunlty to handle complaints be.
old< the supervisors they must said. "I'll tell them then what F fore federal action is taken.
operate schools substantially the penalty will be." A If the Senate approves the%
equal to those in other rural EC
this week
---- measure as expected< ,
counties. A House leaders hope to have it
The court continued its Injunction Barge Collision on President Johnson's desk be.
\ against the payment of tuition fore adjourning July 2 in ad.
grants for private education With Bridge Laid A I ID vance of the Republican Nation.
In the county as long as D / al Convention.
To Fainting SpellNEW A
I A A The current House planning Is
ORLEANS (AP) The to accept the Senate bill with
Rogers UrgesProsecution helmsman of the tugboat RebelJr. out change. Among those who
says he fainted and ap. have said there Is a good chance
Of parently fell against a steering the House will accept the Senate
lever which drove the tug and version Is Rep. William M. Me.
its barges Into the Lake Pont. Culloch, R-Ohlo.who has been
Yanks In CubaMIAMI chartraln causeway.The called the chief architect of the
barges knocked out a 224. bill In the House.
loot section of the 24-mlle long
ers, D-Fla.(AP, urged)-Rep.today Paul"vIgor.Rog.. bridge Tuesday and tumbled a Master Plan For Marco 0 f TomorrowInitial section Except banning for key portions discriminationin of the

ous prosecution" of the American bus into the water, killing six employment the bill will become '.
Says ,
the .
group now traveling in pf eight persons aboard.< -effective the
as soon as
Cuba. Clifford Milley, 28, said master plan shows the the Marco Island Development thirds of the total, indicates the well as provision for all other President signs it. Some provisions .
"At this moment," Rogers Wednesday in an Interview from South Can Tie proposed< scheme for the use of Corporation, owner of the unique layout of the community's arterial community needs. of this section would be.,
told a subcommittee In Wash his hospital bed he must have land at Marco Island on South subtropical area south of Naples, roads, the areas that will be James. E.Vensel,DeltonaCor come effective immediately,
tngton of the House Judiciary fallen on the lever after black. west Florida's Gulf coast, where The Deltona Corporation will de. used for extra.slze "estate" poratlon vice president for arch. others at Intervals over the next
Committee, "73 Americans are Ing out, turning the tug on its Up Election The Deltona Corporation will do velop more than 10,000 acres homesites, the groupings of ho. itecture and engineering,said ful. three
years.
touring Castro's Island and tell. collision course in the pre-dawn velop a fully planned resort and< on Marco, adjacent smaller Islands tels and apartmentsthe location Iy 10 per cent of the land will beset All of
Ing the world about it. These so. hours. He was alone in the pilot. APAlabama..i residential community. and the mainland. The Initial of homes and recreational facll. aside for church, hospital, against Wednesday the substitute night'svotes
called Americans have gone to house. Working under contract with: plan, covering about two. itles and business districts, as school, park and other facilities package were cast by Southern
Cuba in defiance of a U.S. ban," 1 lace; says a united< South can senators who banded< together
Rogers said, according to a re. be the balance of power in the with delegates and GOP lead. Think GoldwaterAs under the leadership of Sen.
port from his Washington office November presidential election. era in Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas,
Will Name New Richard B. Russell, D-Ca., towage
"They follow the path traveled Wallace, a candidate for pres. Scranton Flays Barry Missouri and Colorado, as well Nominee Will an all-out fight againstthe
r last year by a similar group Aircraft Carrier Ident on the Free Electors tick is in his home state. legislation
whose members were subse. a t, told a Joint session of the Campaign aides said the gov. Aid Candidates Sen. Barry Goldwater of Art
quently! called before the House After Kennedy Louisiana Legislature Wednesday trnor's flying trip was success: .
WASHINGTON (AP) Flft zona, frontrunner for the COP
Un.Amerlcan Activities Commit. that no man could win the For To Debate"We're >
Refusing :and Indicated Scranton could ex.
WASHINGTON (AP) TheNavy's presidency without the seven second ballot four House Republicans say presidential nomination, was recorded
great
tee."That newest Forrestal.class pect they believe nomination of Sen. as voting in favor of sub.
Southern states carried the
hearing, you will recall by strength.
I
the for the
aircraft carrier will be named Barry Goldwater for president stltutlng package
resulted in a near riot, when the! < Democratic party In 1900. really rounding up the day, accused Sen. Barry Gold The Associated Press delegate House-passed measure althoughhe
,
the USS would
John F. Kennedy, the to help elect mote GOP
water of lacking the courage
visitors became unruly and White House announced today. "We can and we do have the delegates, Gov. William W. I poll; now puts Goldwater' dele members to both branches of actually did< not vote. He was
blocked the democratic proc.' President Johnson his balance of power in the presl. Scranton said today as he ar. face him in a television debate I rate support at 677-more than Congress. paired with Sen. John Tower,
gave and then retracted the state. J
ess." approval to naming the 80,700. dentlal election," he said. "We rived in his state capital after 4 enough for nomination, If they Their statement was issued R.Tex, who voted against making .
Rogers said he had been told his first campaign tour In questof ment hours later in Denver. I told up through the first ballotat
the Electoral the substitution.
ton can use
J vessel for the chief execu. Collegeto The attack was the Wednesday just ahead of a
that Castro tried to lure as the Republican presidential Pennsyl. San Francisco.
many the liberals off the backsof I
live who was assassinated last get vania meeting at the Capitol in which I
as 500 Americans to Cuba earlier nomination. governor's sharpest ever After the at ,
all the American respite Harris. the i'RENEW
Nov. 22. people. Arizona senator discussed
this to He told a handful of well-wUh. on a political opponent. 1| Scranton
offering to
year pay ex.' burg, plans to fly
A contract for construction of Wallace and confident Scranton campaign strategy with r>l YOURDRIVCR'S
smiling set
>'ers at the a precedent In
passes up to $1,200 for "propa Harrlsburg.YorkState I]Louisville, Ky., Friday after
the conventionally powered< at. wound up his activities his own style of political COP House members, most of LICENSE ,1.
ram.
ganda-rich Havana holidays." Airport in the early morn. 1,noon, and from there to Boston, .
tack carrier was awarded last Wednesday< night with a speech, palgnlng at St. Louis when he whom had signed the declaration. I
i
"Section 215 of the Immlgra. log hours that he felt his 11th. I]Mass., to keynote the Massa. DURING YOUR
lion and Nationality Act pro. April 30 to the Newport News stressing Southern unity, states 1 hour campaign for the nomina. said Goldwater "larks the cour. ;,chusetts Republican Convention BIRTH MONTH '
Shipbuilding It Dry rights
enterprise a The
vldes $ ,OOO In fines or up to five 1 > tlon was "ripening beautifully." age people. ques. members
years Imprisonment, or both,for Newport News, Va. j$2S.a-plate banquet of the Lou.1 The governor and< his wife, lion came up when Scrantonwas !
This will be the second naval Islana Committee for Free de c. asked to comment
persons found guilty of violating Mary, then U.S. vessel named for a member of tors. About 1,000 persons gave 1 executive mansion at Indian. water's refusal to debate him
passport laws.
"1 urge that stiff action betak.en the Kennedy family Already him repeated cheers and a P.1, town Gap, Pa., where they planto on television. DRIVEINAND
In service is a destroyer named lause. Scranton said Goldwater had
spend much of the against any American citizen
1 for the late president's brother, Insulated himself from the pub. N I CK'S ELIQUORS
who exhibits no more respectfor Gov, John McKelthen Intro,, Ing up on sleep.
Joseph P. Kennedy< Jr., a naval lie by refusing to hold
news
his country than these trav. aviator killed in duced Wallace. Lt. Gov. C. C., Scranton also will meet with
elers to Cuba have. Any U.S. na. lion In a bombing mis. !Aycock was master of ceremon,, his aides to map strategy for conferences and using only prepared CUT
Europe World
tional who Illegally travels to during I les. Former Governors Ross i I the remaining three weeks of material In his addresses. 9th
War H. j 428 St. S. MI 2-5555 2023 9th St. N. Ml) 2-7222
1 don't
consider that to be
Cuba should feel the heavy hand I Barnett of Mississippi and Jim.,, the campaign prior to the Re.
of his countrymen upon his re. ---- -- mle Davis of Louisiana also attended .,, publican National Convention. the right type of candidate to
turn." Everyone Reads The NEWS Scranton, In St. Louis Wednes. have in America," the governor
told newsmen.
-N--NNMNNN- A few hours later Scranton
---
told a Denver news conference
that his use of the world "cour.

age" In that earlier press con. Suggests With These
ference "was an Ill-advised use
1 WPdMY-fJ/ / of the word." N
He said he believed Goldwat. That Fine
er "has personal courage and
nobody denies that. I don't."
Scranton added: "But since You SpecialsCANADA
the New Hampshire campaignhe
has been guarded and

P GIVE POP A Lasting Gift around hemmed him.In "by the politicians

The reason, said Scranton, Is

2 PC. Floating Bait Bucket would because"become the American even more people dls. McNaughton's DRY

$2 88 enchanted by what are his real Canadian Whiskey
Thl Week views." 6 Yrs. Old 86.8 Kentucky Straight

Despite the criticism, Scran. Bourbon
ton said he would support Gold Qt. $4.99 86 Proof
__ M water for the presidency if the
senator Is nominated. He said CASE IS9.00 Qt. $4.98CASE
"'
r any Republican would be better
CASE $55.00
than President Johnson.
y F 1 Quick Fin.... The governor left Denver

Wednesday night after 72 hours INVER HOUSE ANNE
0' $ of delegate raiding in states gen. QUEEN
22" erally counted as leaning toward Blended Scotch '' Blended Scotch

Mitchell Goldwater. 80 Proof 86.8 Proof
300 On Hurricane RodPescadore Scranton headed back to liar.

rlsburg for a dal> of work on state business left by

400 Reel $29.95 Value Fiber Glass adjournment of the legislature $58.00
and further planning for his
on A $17.77 presidential nomination bid.
6' Fiber Glass Rod TACKLEBOXES The legislate adjournmentled a
Scranton to Week Park & Tilford
This into VUh to meet with dele

gates of that state. Portuguese Brandy Vodka
B.rn2 o- .tic In some 4.000 miles of (flying 10 Years Old 80 Proof
that began Monday) morning in
Propane Torch Kit $2.39Metal Scranton, Pa., the governor met Fifth $4.19 Qt.S3.98

NON; City

Carrying $7 95 DrinkingWater

Case Free Usher's Green Stripe Burke & Barry

Black & Decker BEAUTIFULLAKE
86.8 Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon
DRILL & FIX KIT KELLY BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY Whiskey

5)4") SKIL-SAW Ideal for the Horn Shop Fifth $4.99 f'f8t8hProo3 f98

i ww For the Mm Who $19.95 m! Cue $58.00

ekes lighter Tool Qu r4 44 98

24.95 LOTS FROM
Black A Decker
$995 up fI

7'/4" SAW 1 Full. HP $29.88 Brokers$100! Down l'o.opG.H.LUFF EASEftfFREE



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