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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Creation Date: June 19, 1964
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Role Of StateIn Weather Outlook High Low

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U.S. DefenseEDWARDS Centrally fair through Saturday ; G a 11 S.-06 9:23: 1:44: 2SJ:
except a few afternoon or early QJ b 'Q N one 20 1:48 lt:23 2.38 3:4S
shower Low low
evening tonight r
AIR FOR Other June 21 ':2' 11:12 3:21 4:28:
Base, Calif. (AP) President 70s high Saturday in 90s. Variable June 22 11:02 11:54 4:0t 1:07
Johnon carried a frankly politl mostly southeast through south- OOn
7 June ZI 19 M 4:44 S:43:
cal message to vde.heavyCull. went 5 to IS mile winds
forma today reminding an airbase Add one hear for Mart

audience that the Golden 40TH YEAR Add one hour, Naples Bay lodge
State has reaped $21 billion ct FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1964 PRICE TEN CENTS 8 PAGES NUMBER 232

defense contract during the --- ,- -.
Kennedy.Johncon years

Edwards Air Force Base first .... .
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stop on Johnson's three-day tour
of the' nation's most populous State Tab $2,000 Daily Pardon
lIat., afforded the President a
chanceto, see the military and Our Dust--
space craft-plus an opportunity
to plump for the Democrats.To .
a noisy welcoming crowdof We're GrowingNaples'
several thousand Johnson St. Augustine
harked back to his 1960 cam.
storm and
palgn as running mate of the drainage
late President John F. Kenned street rebutldlngprogramliget
and said: "Four years ago w. ting into high gear.
promised to build a national defense Hatpin Inc. of Venice gen
of unmatched might and eral contractor for the 3582.
striking power. We have kept 483.75 project, began work the
that pledge." Trouble CostlyTALLAHASSEE w first of the month. Currently
Citing Democratic sponsored mtcwjpa6 Halpin Is laying storm sewer
hikes In defense outlays, he not.
[, ed that California has received ,:: ..1". pipe along Seventh Street South
':i' : that Is 54 Inches in diameter.
more than $21 billion of defense
contracts In less than four (AP) The Officers were drawn from ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) 'Y : Largest pipe In the project will
years. state's cost of keeping the peaceIn throughout the state to preventa -Negro Integration leaders, re* be a 72-Inch line running along
He said the state "Is responsible racially troubled St. Augus. large drain on one area. jectlng an offer of a truce on Broad Avenue South to a pump-
for 23.1 per cent of our en. tine is running higher than $2.. A patrol spokesman said no i, the heels of renewed racial vlo. Ing station on the Bay.
tire defense effort-more thai-000 a day. estimate was available of how' lence, said they would offer Southern Gulf Utilities of MIami *
twice as much aa Its nearest- For nine days, the state has long the extra officers would be their own truce terms today. will begin work on the 3138.

competitor." had 64 highway patrol troopers, assigned to Jacksonville However the white population i 100 pumping station later this
Talking "pocketbook politics,' Conservation of "The situation can fold
26 Department up ov.
summer, llalpln be
angered by an attempt of hopes to
Johnson went on: "Defense per. ricers and 16 Beverage Depart. ernight, he said. "But we're
done with
Negroes to Integrate a plu.hwhite laying of pipe In September
sonnel in this state represent an ment agents on special assign figuring on two more weeks."
motel swimming Indicated and with
pool of five
annual payroll of almost $Z bll merit In St. Augustine paving
lion a year-half a billion more These 106 were In a addition to they might not be will. lsa streets by December Pipe will
Cancer Ridden ing to listen. be laid this In the
than In 1960. the four troopers and four con. summer area
Johnson said defense contracts servatlon officers regularly as. "We will make a counter. bounded by Fifth and 15th Ave
go "to those places where signed to the city. Mother Kills proposal" said Dr. Martin nues South and the Gulf and the
the most effective and efficient The 106 on special assignmentdraw Self 2 OthersLOS Luther King Jr., after rejecting Day
work can be done" Just under $1,500 a day In the special session grand Jury Streets to be rebuilt In this

And he added that CaJifor expenses In addition to their ANGELES (AP) Can. presentment Thursday calling: \._______ ___n nm__ area this year are Eighth Ave
nia's lopsided share of defense salaries. for a 30-day truce.
cer.ridden
spending "Is no accident." Miscellaneous suchas Mary daughter.in.law Dick{ 69 fatal BIG 54-INCH PIPE frames this front-end) loader and its operator at nue South and First Second,
expenses, ly shot her and
The stop at Edwards a 300,. long distance telephone calls, granddaughter police said, then spokesman State Sen.for Verle the business Pope, a work in the Seventh Street South right-of..way Pipe soon will be work Third, and financed Eighth Streets. The
000 acre base on the Mojave run up the cost. killed herself. men's group said the demonstrations set into ground alongside Seventh Street and this line will join a big. Is by the 1963
Desert where the nation's new. The governor's office and the Leslie Adams, 3'7. and Dereva Wednesday night and ger one running along Broad Avenue South to drainage pumping general obligation bond Issue,
eat planes are tested, was la.. attorney general's office have Adams, 20, the granddaughter Thursday Indicate a lack of station on the Bay (NEWS photo) which allocated $1.550,000 for
beled nonpolitical. However, used the long distance telephone were trying to make Mrs. norm drainage and street re*
good faith among the Integra ., ,., .". _,' .
Johnson made clear at the out... frequently during the past nine Dick's last days as comfortableas tlonists. ... huilding
set that his California sortie days possible, relatives said. ., The; City plans to have the second
seldom would lack political 1m. The special officers are work. The women were sleeping "The people of St. Augustine jAr ,"Jl1'(. pan of the street and drain
plications. Ing from a central headquartersIn Thursday when Mrs. Dick will never yield to stipulationsset n age work done next year, after I
the National Guard Armory. slipped Into their room and shot said.forth by outside groups," he I\i': the winter tourist season Is over.
Squad car mileage Is kept at them with a pistol police said.
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30 miles a day because of short She apparently fired at an. .:_, J
County-Wide distances traveled. other granddaughter Lonnetta KEY WEST (AP>..(nturday's ':..
J Spokesmen from each of the Adams 19, but only woundedher Intended demonstration by a Theor
Blood Drive agencies involved said no re. In the !,and, officers said. squad of "peace marchers" was
placements were hired for the She then turn 1 the gun on her. postponed by the group pendingits ,lJ. '
f men removed from their regu. efforts to seek reversal of a By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
"
Nets 203 PintsA lar duties. self.Mrs.. Dick's son, Lonnle parade permit ban. \ :f .
"We're Just operating short Adams, 52, said that six months "We hope we can change the LONDON (AP) The Labor "
total of S03 pints of blood staffed" was the general an. ago he brought hit mother from policy of city officials," peace 'otrty plans to nationalize the '" ./)
were donated to the Collier County swer.j.'Tnose who are left Just Homer (t., so tin family could! marcher "Bradford' Lyttle said Aeel. Industry again and step f." '1 '
Blood Bank, "Mrs. Helen Yea. do double duty" care for her. Thursday Into other sectors of the British .
ger, secretary of the organisa economy if It wrests contrU of i;'{ i 'I \
tlon reported this morning. I the government from the Con. ,
Naples donors contributed 168 Should We Buy Plane? servatlves In the national elec-
pints Wednesday and Thursday I lions this fall. 1 NCr
morning. The Bloodmobile then Labor revealed some of its

additional went to Immokalee 31 pints were where contributed an. Skeeter Count a nationalization noisy three-hour program debate during In the

bringing the total up to DropsSharply it i House of Commons Thursday *
night after the Conservatives .-Jtll&A. :
203."We are very grateful and t taunted It for silence on domes
very proud of the response that t t tic policy. ,... .. \ .
the people of Collier County have After !r ., '
made," Mrs. Yeager said this Bombing .
LONDON AP Moscow .
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She also pointed out ........ 1fI'
morning. ..' I -
]Radio reported that seven mine.rs ..., "" .
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there new :
that were a .. : '
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were saved today after a .._1." ''"' ... ;)o.
list who
donors on the gave Time will determine the success are inaccessible and can be fogged through a summer, several fog rescue operation In which thou.
blood elders this"a year sign", which. she con. of Thursday morning's aerial only from the air. ging runs would have to be made. sands of men took part. POWER SHOVEL! LIFTS section of 51 inch concrete storm drainage

Members good of the Naples Jay. fogging of mosquitoes,Naples Weather conditions were good The broadcast said the men pipe onto flatbed truck on Sixth Street near Broad Avenue South.
tees have been co-operating with mosquito district head Brandt PUBLIC HEARING Thursday, with only a light were trapped behind thousandsof Pipe will be used in street and drainage project that will last all I
the Blood Bank in promoting the Watson says The district's three-man gov- breeze to Interfere with the fog tons entrance of rock of which tunnel blockedthe summer and fall Contractor is I lapin Inc of Venice. (NEWS photo
drive. Norman Herren is chair. Based on very low counts of erning board will hold a public as It settled to earth. "It seem a they.
were blasting through a mountain '
man of the Collier County Blood the pesky Insects up to three hearing on the fiscal 1964-65 ed to be laying down very well," near Bashkltan, Azerbal. ) : ::
Bank KenneySchryver and hours after the fogging opera budget July 8 at the district Watson said. He and T, Wayne Jan, In the Caucasus :>
John Leavltt have been serving tion. Watson stamped It as a headquarters about a mile northof Miller Jr.. Lee County mosquito 'I'rIft'1. :;s

as cochairmen of the Jaycee qualified success. "The effectiveness the Radio Road-Airport Road director, observed the fogging PANAMA (AP) British bal. .
promotion committee.Brother. of this fogging shouldbe Intersection. Funds for aerial flight from another plane. lerlna Margot Fonteyn encouraged : .
based on how long the areas control are Included In the tentative Then the men descended, and by Improvement In the
fogged will continue to be relatively budget though the board met mosquito district board condition of her husband Roberto .
Of mosquito-free." he said. still has not decided whether to member Robert Llndabury at the Arias Is returning to
Inspectors for the district will. rent or buy a fogging plane. entrance to Port Royal. Mos' Britain this weekend.
keep conducting mosquito counts, Thursday's 11/2-hour fogging quitoes were heavy In the area Relatives expressed hope that aL
noting when the population goes operation done by a DC-3 rent before the fogging,Llndabury told Arias, who has been paralyzedfrom r

Ike Backs up again. And fogging by district ed from the Lee County mosquito them but weren't much of a problem a disgruntled the shoulders political down associateshot since

trucks will continue though district, cost about $1,500. afterward. him June 8, will be walking ,l.4'
many suspected breeding areas For effective mosquito control .
again In several months He will
Scranton COUNT WAY DOWN be taken to a rehabilitation center i ; rf
Mosquito traps in the area In England as soon as he h
were checked, and counts were can travel. __I
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP- I down substantially, Watson re _

Gov. William W. Scranton of ported. At Cutlass Cove, count WARSAW Poland (AP)-De. ttSZZfatjJ M *"WCJrIT;'
Pennsylvania back from a of three after the fogging com spite the Peklng-Moscow feud,
whirlwind tour of the Midwest pared with 75 prior to it. Stations the Polish and Communist Chi.
today heads for Kentucky In his In East Naples areas which nese governments have signed a
campaign for the Republican
G technical assistance agreement.The .
presidential Domination.Scranton" also were fogged, were "down Polish Communists side
quite low" In mosquito counts
Immediate objectIs with the Soviets in the bitter
to capture Kentucky's :24 un. after the fogging. dispute which Is dividing the
committed delegate votes at the w An Inspector then checked six Communist world.WASHINGTON.
GOP National Conventon. traps at 8:30 a.m., three hours J.1.11., e I 4rT+jy

to On Louisville the eve, Scranton of his flying disclosed trip fJj later, and, Watson found said.only four mosquitoes Henry Cabot(AP Lodge)-Ambas.sador has. i.r/ / r r 4I.

receipt of a letter of endorsement .
i'M The director and board members written from Saigon that he will .J
from Milton S. El MX rJ .Mif..Ir !.4" ,) ..
Qr. fen. Thomas Porter and Linda- not return to the United StatesIn fay .ti .,nS #>tll

dent bower,Dwight brother D.former Eisenhower.Presl. bury flew to Marathon later time for the Republican con. GRADER LEVELS hill composed of spoil rock and dirt dredged from
and filled in vention In mid-July the bottom of Naples in last
The former president himself Thursday were on Bay the channel dredging project year.
has remained neutral In the the costs Involved in aerial fogging The man he wrote to Is Rob.. Grader works on Ninth Street South right-of-way Extension of Ninth

campaign. carried out by the Monroe ell R.of Mullen the Committee national to coordinator Draft Street south of present south end at Ninth Avenue South, is part of

Scranton also told a news con. County mosquito district. Lodge for the GOP Nomination, the bond-laaue financed street and drainage program. (NEWS photo) I
ference Thursday night that h That district uses twin-engine who said/ Thursday "I had
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Art. Beechcraft planes, and the Naples urged him to come home and
zone, his front.running opponentfor men checked costs of buyIng work for himself and he said Walker Wins Libel Case Against AP
the nomination would be
and equipping such planes he Just couldn't I had offered

defeated he voted by against President the Johnson com pro.If him nothing but blood sweatand FORT WORTII, Te*, (AP- lagher AP general 'manager, four women and eight men late
raise civil rights bill nearing a tears, and he replied" that A Fort Worth District Court In a statement Thursday after nine days of
showdown in the Senate. Ship Florida was all he had In Saigon. jury said today former Maj. "In the light of the evidence trial before 17th District Court
Scranton's remark came less Gen. Edwin A, Walker was 11. presented by both sides, The Judge Charles J. Murray. The
than a halt hour after Goldwa. Sand To NY ForFair's NEW YORK (AP) Anna beled by Associated Press As ter had said on the Senate floor Hlrschberg, 72, landed at the stories during the 1962 University the verdict will, not be up. elected a foreman then recessed .
that he planned to vote againstthe :q ExhibitNEW John F. Kennedy International of Mississippi race riot. held.on appeal Gallagher until 9 a.m. today
Airport today and claimed AP immediately notice In final arguments, attorneysfor
bill. The governor called on YORK (AP) There'sa a The gave
the senator to repudiate his 20-ton chunk of Florida beach record of 97 hours and 52 minutes of appeal. The appeal will go to the next the former Army major
stand. dressing up the background for for a woman flying aroundthe The jury, In answering ques. highest state court the 2nd general said some AP stories of
Scranton was asked if helkc4hl bathing beauties st the World's world by regularly sched. lions given by the Judge said Court of civil Appeals, also in Walker's actions during the
that as a matter of MERCHANTS VIE to decorate the parking meter Fair Florida exhibit. uled com mer lal flights Walker should receive $500,000 Fort Worth. Sept. 30, 1982 segregation riot
practical politics, Goldwater Fifth Latest The sand was shipped In from The previous record was C2 for actual damages and $300,000 The verdict, after two hours at the University of Mississippiwere
stands on Avenue, South these days. /hours and 99 minutes. and 15 minutes of deliberation "mighty close to fiction
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could be elected president If he Panama City for the display for exec pLan Ilr punitive dam.
voted against dvll rights. effort '.long' this line is the mermaid in front of vacation attractions of the miracle Mrs. Hlrsrhberg a widow,said ages. climaxed a nine-day trial of a with lots of embellishments."
the Sea Treasures by Dolores she had a total of about five civil suit In which Walker asked AP contended its
"No, I don't," Scranton replied. Shop, operated strip a lOO.milelong resort "The A x Mated Press will The reports
"1 think it would be very Collins, left, and June Prasil. area stretching from Pensacolato !hours sleep on her night but appeal t t':,,) verdict of the Jury $I million allege damages were accurate In fact and substance
difficult** right.NEWS( photo) Panama City wasn't "a bit tired or sleepy" in this ie," said Wes Gal The case went to the Jury of without m&11ce.FNY .

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, June II, 1964
Reduce Staff Of


I Priest Who Tried To Oust Cuban Refugee YOUR CHURCH '




Cardinal( l
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LOB ANGELES (AP) The Thursday-(or the second time Cuban refugee assistance pro. FIRST ASSEMBLYOF
young priest who tried to get since he made his letter public tram because of the success of FULL GOSPEL GOD

the Pope to remove Ms cardinalis at a June 11 news conference. exile resettlement, officials said COMMUNITY CHURCH Shadowlawn AY., E. Maple.
going on a retreat, a vacation Since the original announce. t. today. It Is the second announced Rev Don Paulson, Pastor
and to a new parish, says ment, Father DuBay has said reduction In a year Rev George Paulson, Sunday School 10 am.
t chancery spokesman he could make no further state { The reduction represents more A.aiMint Pastor
than ont.slxth of the nearly 300 Morning Worship 11 am.
ment on the matter.
$o far as we are concerned,
Dominion Dr. Avalon Estate
the case Is resolved," the After Thursday's appearance, \\J persons employed In the federal Evening Worship 7:30: p.m
spokesman said. unofficial spokesmen for the -, .'bf ly' financed but state admlnls. South Naples Youth Sfrvlt'eTufidsy

the Rev. William H. DuBay, priest said apparently he would tered phase of the refugee pro. Sunday School 1000; a.m. at 7:30: p.m.

had written the Pope accusing drop his drive. gram of the Welfare Department Morning Worship 11 ..m. Mid-Week Service Thursday
the Los Angeles archbishop, One source said that Father James Peterson program director Sunday Evening 7 p.m. at 7:30
James Francis Cardinal Mo DuBay was asked to "protesthis said the case load has p.m.
y lied Ptiyer Service 7:30:
p.m.
Intyre of "gross malfeasance In loyalty" to Cardinal Me. ; $ uyw ,. w, t v' N *. : ... been cut In half since a "peak
office" for falling to speak out Intyre Thursday which would .. 5 rNh In the fall of 1962 when the program CENTRAL' GOSPEL BAPTIST CHt'RCH
on racial matters. have the effect of preventinghim M recorded a case load.of BAPTIST CHURCH P O. Box 214 Naples, Fin
about Individuals and tarn. E. C. Bealrd Pastor
12,000
Father DuBay was reportedly from complaining further NEW TELEPHONE BUILDING in Naples Park being built by the Now meeting: Masonic Temple
summoned to the chancery of against the cardinal.At 11 lei representing some 65,000 Hominlon Rd., Avalon Estates
Inter-County Telephone and Telegraph on the North Trailis North Trail
the Los Angeles archdiocese his news conference earlier Company refugees.The On The East Naples
this month Father DuBay said: rapidly taking shape. The circular canopied structure at the left Welfare Department staff Tailor SUNDAY SERVICES

"Having been disciplined sev. will house a battery of public telephones. (NEWS photo) was reduced by 14 last Feb. 1 Rt'O tlr MrCollum Iil! >le School 10.00: a m.

James Daniels oral times for speaking on the and employes resigning: are not Sun in)' Services Morning Worship 11.00'a.m.:
Issue I was threatened a year being replaced Peterson said.J. .
Sunday School 10 un. Training Service 7:00: p.m.
ago with suspension priestly It. The Methodists Presbyter! Arthur Lazell, director of Worship Sft vlt'II Evening Worship 8:00:

Joins The ArmyCORAL duties integration if I continued Is to a preachthat moral Future Of Church Tied To ins rest and have Episcopalians started consultations.and the the resettlement Cuban Refugee through Center June said 12 Bible Hastes 6:30!: pm.a.m. WED.Bible EVENING Study and SEP\pm.',

was 78667. An estimated 80,000to Evening Service 7:30: p.m.
GABLES Fla.James Issue.
Out of them may come some
I'uiyor Service 7:30
L Daniels, Jr., 01 1040 Guava "In private Cardinal McIntyre unities 85,000 Cuban refugees remainIn : pm.
,Delve enlisted in the stated that there are many valid the Miami area, Lazell said IMMOKALEE Tholr Practice 8:15: p.m.
Naples Ecumenic Move Bishop SaysBALTIMORE "The United States, of course,
CHURCHRrr.
United States Army June 5th reasons for segregation, and declared is the toughest nut to crack METHODIST
with a guarantee of assignment that, 'After all, white ecumenically. We like our free Richard Hose, Pastor TRINII'VBYTHECOVEEPISCOPAL ,
to Md. (AP-The congregation there doubled In 12 Three From Here !' CHURCH I
In Europe following completion parents have a right protecttheir market religion, a church for SUNDAY
of his daughters.', Right Rev. Stephen F. Bayne Is years, didn't It?" Port Royal
training every price class Morning Worship, 8:30( A 11
The cardinal himself has a 20th century cleric concernedwith "Tripled," he corrects, "but It "But this fragmentation can. Attend Workshop Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. The' lice Richard F, Lambert
First Class DonaldW.
Sergeant made comment on the mat. the ending of what hevcalla would have happened withoutme. Sunday Services
Sandstedt area recruitersaid no :" not continue. The massive social Mrs. Larry Wamble Mrs. Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
"ecclesiastical colonialism. "
ter. He is also on a retreat. The Holy Communion. 8 sin
the will basic problems like the racial ques. Charles Grimm and Ron McCune :MY.F., 6:30 p.m.
youth complete
combat training at Fort Jackson chancery has declined to men Bishop Ba>ne Is soon to be. At the 1958 Lambeth confer tlon and the Inner city dilemma of the music department of the Eifnine: Worship. 7:30' : p.m. Family Worship, Church
tlon the matter. come overseas director of the ence of Episcopal bishops he cannot be handled School and Sernon.10:00
South Carolina then will receive with a series First Methodist Church are at. TUESDAY : am.:
Thursday, The Tidings, the Protestant Episcopal Church. was the architect of a report of
advanced Individual training anda religious clubhouses. There tending a music workshop this )1 en'l Prayer Service 7 )>.m. Wednesdny
leave to visit his family In the 127,000-weekly circulation paper When he succeeds Bishop endorsing contraception as a has to be some common plan. week at Florida Southern Col. Choir Practice, 8.00: p.m. Holy ('.Communion 9:30 a.nl.
which Is the official voice of the John Bentley in November he liberating force In family plan. nlng." lege in Lakeland.Methodist.
Holy Days
area prior to assignment to the WEDNESDAY
archdiocese denied the will be responsible for the nlng.
young
U.S. Army In Europe. Bishop Bayne, a trim, bespec. Midweek Service Communion at 8
Prayer non
priest's accusations in a lengthy Church's 16 overseas diocesesand Soon after the conference he tacled 56, had his beginnings In ,
editorial. the 1,600 clerical and lay was made executive officer of Ailulu A Children, 7.tO:: pin.
Daniels has resided with his New York-"I was brought up WSCS FIRST. PKESKYTKRIVNCHURCH :
Newsmen were informed Fa workers In them. the Anglican Communion the devout kid."
as a
sister, Mrs. Genet Fatrby at ther DuBay would go on retreat Some say he Is being consld- loose federation of the 18 auton. Educated at he Meets Monday EVERGLADES OF N.tPLESThird
the Naples address prior to his Amherst
Monday at St. John's Major ered as a successor to the Rt. omous Episcopal church.s."Th. Ave.. So. A Sixth St.
worked for
Wall COMMUNITY
a year on 1 ciirnriiItct.
enlistment Ills parents, Mr. and The Woman'sSoclelyofChrfst. Rev John W. Stump
Arthur Llchtenberger as future of the
Seminary at Camarilla Calif., Rev Church
Mrs. James L Daniels, Sr., re. Street before deciding to enter Ian Service of the First Methodist II, G. Weinberker, pastorS Sunday School .
of America's3.S 9:30
and then go on three week's presiding bishop Bishop Bayne says, "is tied up the seminary ''1 was ordainedIn School : a.m.
side In Bonita Springs nday 10 am.
vacation. After that he will become million Episcopalians. with the ecumenical move. the teeth of the depression Church will hold a general meet. Services on Sunday
Morning Worihlp 11 .
Sergeant Sandstedt said addl. a parish priest at some Whatever his Job Bishop ment." he says. Ing at 10 o'clock Monday morn. Am.COI'ELAND iUO:: am.

tlonal opportunities are open for undisclosed location.He Bayne has a reputation for get. "A single Christian Church?" After a slx.year stint In St. Ing, June 22, Rev Harry C. Par. ---
young men and women of quJlty was an assistant to the ting things done.Interviewed he muses. "Could there ever be Louis, Mo., Bayne served as ham, pastor of the church, will BAPTIST ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC3rd
to receive the career of their pastor at St. Albert the Great while here on a one? Not foreseeably. What we wartime chaplain at Columbia speak "on the subject, "Shall We MISSION St. A 10th Ave, So.
choice in the U.S. Army. Each Catholic Church in Compton, speaking engagement, he was can look forward to Is the bring. University Unite? Her. Clyde Martin Father' Bernard L. Hirkey

receives a written guarantee In. Calif., In a predominantly Ne. asked I"When Ing together of the diverse ele. In 1947 he was catapulted, he !Sunday' School 10 a m.: Sundny Ma
surlng his future, the recruiter gro area, when he made his you were bishop of the ments. says, to take over the Olympia Communion Set Worship Services, 7 sm only
added. letter public. OlyApla, Wash., diocese the "There are already signs ofuniiiummnuiuiiuuuiiuuiiiiiumiiiiHiiiiiiuui. diocese. II em and 7:30: pin. Confessions: Saturday

By 'Emmanuel'Emmanuel Prayer Meeting 4 to 6 and
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Wednesdays at 8
Lutheran Church p.m. Sunday School i> a.m.

Nikita Danes will hold Preparatory and Holy Confraternity Class of
Communion Service this Sun. Christian Doctrine

day at 10:30 a.m. The pastor, CIIOKOLOMKEECHURCH OF GOD Mondays at 7:30: p.,::.

Ar. CorJial& SnvitclI Agree On Trade the Rev. Dr. Harland D. Fague, Sundny School 10 ant.
: ore : will preach on "Remembering the :Morning Worship 11 a.m. lUST NAPLES
I Expansion Plan Lord Jesus." H1PTIST CHURCHMiadouUwn 1

Ave. East Naples

Richards Roofing Service: 40 AUmJ thc C h HrchI (AP COPENHAGEN>-Premier Jens Otto Denmark Krae; Methodists Plan :MARCO Ira\ I).CHURCH llanrotk OF pastor iOn) Rev Ladies Sunday Barge, Pastor ,

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Phana Ml4W1 Naplaa Ruining Worship 11 lI.m.veninll' .
.. said today he and Soviet Premier Covered Dish Sunday School 10:00: am
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Worship 7:15
"t Khrushchev have : p.m. ;Morning Worship 11 >00
agreed s m.
Sunshine Hardware" .,,\ / .. n U1..1 > _. "|' 1 H\ ,
a' .c121 ..1. on expansion of Soviet Danish i1 1 Dinner Sunday Training UMdh ""'T.OO'jim'KTbnlni ( !
.'TwlC.epldsHadwaretwe'Ii, IWMi/ i. ;"? '. .' ,- ,.<.. I ," .rnt : I
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I m no A".. a*. yy.r o/ Cl" I : .,, trade i but remain'divided I on 1 Members of the First Metho.' iUOIII\Sn> MISSION\ :' ? Worshipg.fWpm/ : .
,\f M otir oiCt7 all main Issues of International: dlst Church will observe Fath. or OUR S.hVlol'IISundny WednesdayMid

Naples Rexall Store a politics. er's Day with a "Dinner on the, School, 9 u nt. Week
aoo ltd A**. s*. Khrushchev and Krag met for Grounds" Sunday It will be In hen Rirhard T. Lambert Prayer Service 7.10: pin
nearly two hours at the Danish 1 the nature of a covered dish din. Adult Choir( Piactice. 8:15: pm.
I I The Bank of Naples Foreign Office In their second I per In Fellowship Hall shortly JEHOVAH'S
Growing with Niplt' .ntf These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church round of talks of the Soviet: after the morning worship eer l WITNESSES! ;
Colll.r County Sine, U49' leader's goodwill visit. Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue NAPLES PARK
M.mbir F.D.I.C.I and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. Khrushchev looked happy and vice. Minister Wallet Entire BAPTIST CHURCH

I'' traded quips with newsmen A Bible Study Wed. 8 Inn:. lie,. Marlon K. Waraser1
I' Hartley's Variety Store reporter asked him to answer Takes 10 Days Minister School Fri 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 19( am.
14 Ninth II'..., .....1"Bob's Just one question. "er\ice Mcetmir( "'r!. 15:3u:: p.m Morning Worship 11 ..nl.
"What is one question to the For 860-Mile Public AcMie-i, Sun. 5.30: p.m. Evening: Worship 7:30: pin.Tinyer .

Pastry Shop chairman of the Council of Mir Bicycle TripGREENSBORO Wntch To\\'rr Stuly Sui. (1:15!: Meeting We l. 7:30 p.m.
lie Mh It. N.' MI t-17111 a 4. isters of the Soviet Union?"

Fran B.ktd Goods Dilly" rr Khrushchev laughingly replied. N.C. (AP)- FIRST CHRISTIAN FIRST METIIODIST
"Formulate 50 questions and I Doug Trent who says night
Federal UIURril OF NAi'LFSMandarin CHURCH OF NAPLES
Naples Savings '
would give you 100 answers." school taught him self.confl.
and Loan Association Krag did most of the talking dence, arrived In Greensboro : Dr. Coquina Sands I'imt Avenue, S. A Fourth St.

Ml ate Av... S*. Ml IIIUJim's ., about their conference Thursday after a 10-day bicycle Minister Pastor Rev. Harry C. Parham
I Speaking of world pollllcalia..ues trip from Chicago. Ifer Jim.. W', Mackey Sunday Worship 11 a.m.

Sunoco t' the government chief of Trent 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. fill School 0:45 n.in. Sun Eve Worship Serv. at 7:30:
Lifetime Gu.rintud MuffltrtMl this NorthAtlantlc alliance na. James L. Trent of Chicago Church Service II am.hoir Sunday School, 9:45: am.
IMJI .r 1471 Npl' ., Fll r' tlon told newsmen, "We could said he averaged 80 to 90 milesa Practice Wednesday 7,10: Junior Intermediate and
w. Qlv Stimpt not agree... day on the 860.mlle trip. Vesper service 5 p.m. Sun. Senior Fellowship 6 p.n<.
"But w* exchanged views and He said the night school Prayer Meeting
Naples Coin laundry explained each other's position course that Impressed him the CHURCH: OF CHRIST Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Ip." quern Within tB 1 he said. most was called the "science of
f Tnmiaml Trail
<| Boy Won at 14th Av.. N
U.S. Mwy 41 N. 4 Whitm.n SlvdOp 1 v a y r 1 "' Krag said Soviet-Danish com success1 Charier Ythartcn II, minister ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC
** 14.Hours N Nipln J m it tees appointed Tuesday to "I can" personally say that the Sunday CHURCH
W Hoorr, Owner study trade and economic qu.a.tlonl course I had In self-confidence .
Igli
Bible Building of
nearly have finished their has done me a lot of good," study 10 a.m. corner
Naples Furniture Co. work. A communique w111 say Trent said. "When I got about :Morning worship 11 ..:. Goodwin Street and the Trail

1110 N' .. Timllml Trill 1 1 that Denmark and the Soviet halfway up some of those steep Evening worship 7:10:: pm. Father Bonita Springs
Union have agreed on trade ex hills on my bike I thought I Wednesday Joseph E. Beaumont
BB Builders Specialties ,} ; panslon, he said, without men could either get off and walk IH'-le: study 7.10 !Sunday Masse 7iO:: 0:30:: am
Trail' N.rth Ml I-USe A tlontng monetary values. Dan the jest of the way or say to : p.lGnM' \!. Confession: Prior to
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Plywood Doors Bulldors HdwiSchlifo + ; Ish exports are to Include ships myself 'You're going to ride all <""
Ruttwln. Dixtir Lacks ..... \. and farm produce. the way,' I rode." .: LUTHERAN
CHURCH OF NAPLES
Lemplighter Cafeteria .. < Missouri Synod FIRST

Downtown U.S. 41 So.t .,':' .. '- V S. 41 and 12th Av., No. BAPTIST CHURCH
Cormrt. 1'10"' '''. IL.a; Pastor Pastor It,,. I.. E. Daniel

::..../.., 1> to Locked Ke,. George i \\. price Worship It anvjk 7:30: pan
Coin
C A. Anderson ? ", Shortage Sunday
School 9
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Inlirlor A tulirlor f -t '
Pointing Docorotinf, } Set vice 10:30: a.m. IM K LEE

Wollpoporinc : ; Holy Communion CHURCH OF COP
Ptwno Ml IS7U P.O. t.. U'I 'n' With Silver ProductionNEW First Sunday each :Month
1'1.' ....., Florldo f" Pastor Rev O. P. O'lIlIInonSunday

: School 10 a.m.MorHnjr : .
Marathon Dredging Corp .1'.' YORK (AP-Coln short. per cent jump from November FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Worship 11 am

Marina Con.Iucllon.nd J uv':\i-J' : \.& .:, ages in the United States and 1961 to September 1963 Is un.likely SCIENTIST Evening Worship 7:39:: p.m.
Land Davalopmant *7 '*'*s5v. flw .." continued shortfall of world to be repeated.The Central Avenue at 6th Street
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Ml 1.41 '
N.plaI.dda silver production In terms of price has held steady for Sunday Service' 11.90
consumption keep sliver prices months at $1.293! a troy ounce.This : a.m.Sunday BONITA SPRING!
Trail Builders Supply Is the actual School 11:00: a.m.Wed. ASSEMBLY
firm but still notably inflexible market valueof OF GOD
Company THE CHURCH rOR All... There are men who carry the weight of the world The U.s. Treasury's reserve the silver in the U.S. dollar. Evening Meeting 8 p.m. Rev A. P. Howie

Hoplo Florldo All POt THI CHUICH on their shoulders but this isn't one of them. of the metal hangs over the But experts say the price would Reading Room. 520 Park Sr. Sunday School 10 am.
market as a governor, even If have to rise above $1.40 an Mo'!t. Wed. Fri Morning Worship 11 I.m.
I-Ws7 Coast Furniture Tho Mrth Chinch has our lo bulUmi lh. iraotni: chiraetor lictorM There Is: no burden so joyous as the responsibility the minting of new small coins ounce before It would be profit 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m.

Compltti 'IntirlorsOltliAw. and food citliwuhlp It to......- of being DAD. is short of feeding the maw of able to melt down dimes, quar. MlI.\SrELiXTHE'KA riayer Meeting Wed. p.m
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[ .. 10. : hoiiM of .pirllu.l "1_ Without more vending machines or of ters and half dollars for their : \
e.p- ....... Church, nriUwr dramrracy But hold on there! Don't forget it is a burden. meeting the needs of checkout silver content. CHURCH OF NAPLES
Charles R. LeBuff nor dviliulion can outvlvi. Ttwriam CHURCH
Someone's future is on clerks at the The Treasury's L.C.A OF GOD
(uur awnd mumo why oviryprraon your strong back. supermarkets present re. ( ''
"r. 10th
I Cabinet Shop ahouM allmd ..",1... Row U.s. monetary authorities serve 01 silver is estimated to Mooting Line &: Bow Line Dr St. A llth ,Ave., N.
Ditill Cobinits, FurAntique o Nipolr larly and support the Church. Thryaro. And that someone future involves soul as well frown on private schemes to be enough to fulfill normal coin. in the Moorings Rev David Lanier
I (Ill) For hu own nki (III For body. for Sunday School 10 a.m.
R.productl.n Iweh'Wlvn.rk.lalLdwrh.d as put out wooden nickels or paper age requirements about 10 Pastor Dr. Hsrland D. Faroe
41 llth M. So. Ml lift scrip. They are also plagued to 12 years. But the big de. Morning Worship 11 am
hit' o-wmir.nd flown (41 by Sunday School 9 ..m.
For tho Mki of UM Church ilarlf If you want your boy to become a good ballplayer collectors of new special Issues, mand for the metal from elec. Church Service 10:30: am. Evangelistic Service 7:30: pm.
Jimmie Gibbs whidnR.hhi.nwsi.ndewl..I well, you go out and catch with him. such as the Kennedy half ironic and other Industries, and Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Plastering 4 Miionry Controcto aupport. Plan to to la church Raw dollars, or of the cartwheels from makers of household 7:30
Ph. Ml MH1 ..''and nad. your Bibk daily. And if you have hopes for hU: character, his courage that may or may not be minted Jewelry and art objects, seem, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday YPE p.m.7:30: p.m. "

Van Veer .. his commitment to things Right and True .. more likely: to deplete the re.serve OF NAPLES r.VERGLA
pastor
Music Center .J.: /t- HIS DAD. world picture, predict that the dustry can buy from the Tr....
Sunday >
Cemploto Inttruction, Dipartmant ?Jjj i. supply deficit: of the metal it. ury when the outside supply isdepleted School 9:15 a.m. s'efi Rev Brit C Welders
Mi any lnitrum.nl 4 4 self may be eased a bit In the or too tightAlthough Morning Worship 10:30 a-m. Sunday School 9:45 '.m.

IM MILT Mh at.MUSIC N. 0'.7'1.'; "" Cupyriuhl I'JG4 K.wtwAdvawng&rvws.I.BtruhwsVs.. next few year But tho small Interlocked to a Training Union 6:30 p.m. Worship Services

coin problem seems sure to large extent, the cola shortage, Evening Worship 7:30: pm. 11 ..m. 4 8
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday hang on here.Pressure the world supply tightness, and WEDNESDAY p.ra.
QS..6.- ... Exodus Exodus Deuteronomy Plalma 11 Corinthians G1lstiane Revelation Training Union 7
to change the silver the official price changes all p.m.
e 18:1-8 28:31.38 1:8-18 65:12-23: 12:14-\ Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Midweek fnjtt
6:1.10 2:18-29 Service
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content of coins, or even to have their own distinct causes. ,.m.
Naples laundry & eliminate It altogether, Is there. This Is because of the double

Cleaners, Inc. fore likely to rise. But the life tile metal leads here and In I

ie s M A_ a. MI .-.... chances of the market price of 'other lands as both a metal In NOTE This. directory. wlU .t-af rtfuUrrr & W4ek is
"... Day SarvK Av."'''.'' silver In this country either rla. I j private demand and as a tight. tN NEWS. All think.*, ta the rMtty .
are wgt4 t .... w
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:ly regulated government hold.
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Friday, Jun ((9, 196& COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
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' ..kLJ.By
Sue Clover About Suicide; '

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MOSQUITO! That's I new available In this area. And be. Has Long SwimMIAMI 7"

fence invented right here In lleve me If they ever needed Bow Line

Naples I'm sure you've all controlling, they need:! it now. (AP) Leo Ledoux

seen It this week. Like the twistor Mr. and Mr. Rudolph Scaggs rested today from the effect of

one of Its many variations, left Naples last Friday for Ft. what he said was a 39-hour, 80. h G

the mosquito can be danced most. Bragg, N.C. Mr. Scaggs returnedto mile swim in the Atlantic which BY NOMU ROGERS

ly alone. First you lift your left Naples a few days ago from started a* a suicide attempt but

let bend down and slap your Okinawa where he was station. ended as a dramatic struggle for I am sure you have been Frances Mason and Sammy

ankle straighten up and reach ed with the Air Force Mr. life taught to "Turn the other went to Caxambus pus with,

around and slap yourself on the Scaggs and: baby daughter who "I wanted to drown myself cheek" so, even tho' the powers cut mullet, shrimp and lady-

back with much twisting of the made their home at Barfield when I started," he said. that be cannot seem to helpus fish. The catfish bit on the
body, then with the other hand Street In East Naples accom. He was pulled from the water
fight off these hordes of shrimp, the crabs ate the mul
you.land one on your check. You panled Mr. Scaggs to his next about 1 p.m. Thursday by a fish
continue this series of motions station at Fort Brag. As soon in; boat 3V4 mile off Riviera (you know what) let us help let. Sam did manage to land

and occasionally your partner as they are settled they plan to Beach. This 1 II approximately 80 them by reporting any low one snoolu. two other fellows

yell out "stand still"and comes trawl to Kentucky to visit with miles north of where he laid he swampy, places that need to be fishing nearby weren't havingany

at you with outstretched hand. the parents of Mr. Scaggs. entered the water on Miami oiled, like the stagnant water luck, even with live pin

I'm sure that all Neapolitanswill Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Kirkland k Beach at 10:45 p.m. Monday. hole at the end of Sandpiper fUnM the two men got disgusted -

soon be expert at doing the left Friday for a vacation In New The 39ar.old unemployed Street and entrance to Royal ,threw the pinfish on the sand

Mosquito East Naples resl. 'Orleans. They plan to stop over Ice ream vendor said he was Harbor. 1 will admit I haven'tseen and took off. As they left,

dents ,anyway since It will be in Hattlesburg, Miss., and visit broke and despondent when he 'em this bad in ages but Frances said, "Come on Sam-

around November, as I under. 'with their daughter, Mrs. John entered the water Monday I'm sure of one thing If some. my, If they won't bite on live
stand It,before the needed funds Marron, and her family, He 'W.11all night. Tuesday
thing don't kill 'em off soon, plnflsh, there's no use trying,
for control will be him
mosquito Mrs. Henry Berry of Fred. morning a yacht spotted "
Pick- areal anAnt last wee k.....! about five miles offshore and of. our bloodbank won't last very so, let's look for shells. .
lone 'causewe'llallneedtrans* When they came to the dead
In Immokalee visiting with her fered to pick him up.
long time friend: Mae Barley. A helicopter and 40-foot cutter fusions, right" and dried up plnflsh the guys

Warren Probe Mr. and Mrs. Harold Helnbeck ere sent to search the area but When I noticed the quail and had thrown away, Sam pickedone

of Storter Road In East Naples failed to spot a swimmer. rabbits seeming to be so tame; up put It on his hook and

will be leaving near the end of Ledoux, a powerfully built 160. I had an Idea they might DC cast out. HU\ wife looked at

the month for an extended vaca. pound:! bachelor and ex.seaman looking for shade or water, but him and said," Honey,those fishdon't
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Report To Be tlon in the north. .r.- W' # ;;;... -., with an engineer's rating for after listening to others Iguessit even have any eyes, you

THE SHADE OF THE PAVILION at Lowdermilk Park Is a popular steam pumps, said; "I saw the is for protection, as Mr. better come and put your hat

SAD TIDINGSOur rendezvous for Naples' younger set during the long, hot summer days helicopter, but was still thinking Estab told us. on and drink some iced tea.

1\ sympathy t o Mrs. Dork when they go to the beach to cool off, to meet their friends or about drowning" Homer Stevens and some That sun may be too much for
Public SoonWASHINGTON H. Frye of 1138 22nd:! Avenue North He swam, floated, drifted and in the "
make new ones. (NEWS photo) neighbors were yard one you.
to And thought through the day.
and all the family. our when
a
evening they saw baby Just dead, dried up eyeless
wishes for safe to "I got awful weak I thought
a journey
(and AP)the-find.The Knoxvllle, Term., for the burial. so-- "" at +aaK '1) T,,.,.....:IL" about trying to find:! an Island, quail come In the yard and stay plnflsh. Do you blame me for
hearings are over but Our sympathy also to L.L. Hospital Report suimmlng ashore and starting right tea r them,while they were saying, "PHOEY" on all rules
within fortnight
due a ,
Ings wondering about It's being so and in the books
?
all he regulations
the Warren commission kept Its Treon who operates a businessIn everything over again,
ws BonitaBy tame, a butcher bird flew over, Well now--whether we like
door ajar today for any belated East Naples. Mr. P.L. Treon, ? ADMISSIONS said.He
disclosures on the assassination his father, died Tuesday In Venice 6-9 Wolcott Ida managed to survive throughthe swooped downg rabbed the quail em or not, We Cot 'Em right

of President John F. Ken. where be had lived for the t from --Agnes DeWllde, Earl night and was pUked up by and flew away, I never knew here In Naples Topless,
nedy. past several years. ? RAE WEAR Hamilton, Henry the fishing boat they were killers. I do know swimsuits I'm talking about.

If the presidential body head. The family and I enjoyed atripto ae .. aereaett Cameron, Michael Gideon. Ledoux said he had a little they are rascals. You don't believe it'??? OK,

ed by Chief Justice Earl War. Cape Kennedy last weekend:! Get well wishes are extend> Joy able, still they were more 6-10--Charles Turley, Edith more than $9 when he derided When Joe and Anne Ilea lion, Just walk down Fifth Avenue and
ren meet Its timetable, the to visit with our No. 3 son, Harris,ThelmlCardwell,Betty to take the one-way swim. He from Capri Trailer Park, were look at June Prasll! and Delorex
ed to Bonita. :
to all who are 111 or recuperating than glad to return said
he left! $8 In his to
will know by June 30 all Gary, who is stationed at Pat. Carl, Howard Jones, Frederick room
public of
over last week they toM Collins the
Gorbatches have Cats
as we mention O.C. The John re. cover his back rent. (not you
rick Air Force Base. We didn't Robertson Francis Robertson -
that the Investigative resources Winton who has been turned and reopened their home sitting outside one night, not dreamers) but the meter
of could get a look at any of thex"hot"missiles a patient raham Eva Coch- He ate a small meal and had post,
the
government uncov.er
,Shirley
on the Dallas tragedy of last but did: look at some in Mayo Clinic; to Bill Vln. In Bonita Shore after several $1 and some small change when long ago and watching a little In front of their Shell Shop.

Nov. 22.President. on display. We were all slight.ly cek at Naples Community Hospital weeks In New Jersey. ran. Older Elaine he got to the beach. He staikedhi bunny come almost up to them. If that kind of treasure came

Johnson will receivea amazed at the relatively small Otis Miller and Mrs. Es. 6-11-Shirley clothing, put a cheap watch About the time they thought out of that there chest, no

report totaling more than 500 Size of the beasts. Seeing themon ther MacKenzie at their home. JOINT Joint INSTALLATIONThe Installation of 1064. Wharton Sam Flint,RubyGunn, and the money in his shoes neara they could reach down and pick wonder the boys all go, deep

pages, supported by transcripts television or zooming through with Let us remember all shut-in 1965 officers of both John Mur. MargeryShafer.612Carolyn. seawall and waded Into the It up, Joe saw a large Indigo sea diving, eh?
and Leonard
cards
of testimony which are said to the air you have an Idea that they and visits.our prayers phy Post AL No. 303 and Its Story, water, Ledoux said. snake following close behind,so Guess I will end this with

rival In bulk the findings of the are much larger than they real. Auxiliary Unit was held Wed. Hahn, Florence O'Dell. Palm Beach County police, he chased Mr. snake away and another elephant story. Why
Each welcomethat
year we just 6-13-Geraldlne who Ledoux
Lewis. questioned after his
Pearl Harbor Commission after ly are. The buildings are some. home
nesday night.Commander. Peter Cottontail went to does anelephanthavewrtnkles?
else. And the amount of time we can again rollout 6-U-Ruth MacKinnon. rescue, asked Miami Beach po.
thing
World War n. Don Trew called Mama. Now 1 am aware I don't care-111J 'em
fully the red carpet to welcome back lice to check the
continues story
that still on 6'lS Irma
Marla
There may be some surprises, building the meeting to order after a cov. Ducklln. that birds and snakes have to
Is vacationers. To mention a few, They found Ledoux' clothing (PA-The roar of that lovely
area
commission have hint. the Cape and surrounding Hatcher James Relnhart Vera
sources ,
ered dish In the (II all. ,
there Is Mr. and Mrs. WallaceD. cupper eat, too but please, not rightin of
ed. But there 1* no Indication really tremendous. But If any of Baker where he said they would be. plane, dumping gallons
The invocation was by Dorothy Bomberger.
that the even-month Investigation you are thinking of going thereto Craig from Rio Vista Es. given But a thief had stolen the moth front of us, eh? Chanel t??? over my house
the chaplain after which the S'16Nettle Mae Barton
tates who have had a glorious and watch.Reginald. do the take
has turned dlsclo. work, take a closer look before ey Say- coons Thursday ajii. was like musicto
up any four weeks taking them to Cal. meeting was turned over to Aux. James Noell, Dock H. Frye,
leap. Housing is scarce and your trash can covers off along JJaybees)
cure casting serious doubt on you iliary President Mrs. Mar. Barton Charles my
ifornia, where they visited with Margaret ,
the FBI's basic conclu. Sky-high. about 2 or 4 a.m.? Here U
original
Ion Gulder who Introduced the
kin folk, attended: graduation Baker, Mary Crawford, Elaine
dons. exercises, and on returning 8th District president, Mrs. KatuUW. Denny how to stop them. My ways
The FBI's report remains secret HARMONY SHORES NEWS brought with them a granddaughter Myrtle Eisele; Mrs. Mae Ted. and Bertha Lowdermllk's. Just Hear

still, but It Is known to In. Mr. and: Mrs. Trenor Kile Miss Leslie Craig, from ford, 8th District sgt. at arms, spray the can when you put stuffin

dicate that Lee Harvey Oswald, left for a trip In the Northern Barstow, a charming brunettenow and Mrs Helen Caskey, 8th Dis. DISCHARGES Got Start In it. Out Mrs. U puts out Blan Taylor On
6-19-
states and expect to be back In Agnes Kelley, James
I the embittered ex Marine a high school junior. trlct chaplain, and the area vice several pans of bread and milk,
marksman conceived:! the slay. Harmony Shores by fall. Reinhart, Alicia Noland and
William and Jeffres president, Mrs. Esther Tlce. Golf TourneyAttorney
Margaret don't bother
Movies so naturally they
Ing and Two Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kltzmil. Mrs.Elsele spoke brieflymak. baby boy, Rachel Holland and Early
assassination returned to their home In San
t the Dertha does
len garbage can. Plan Taylor the
day after the Os are spending a few day at ing state awards of merit to the baby boy was
wall:! was shot to death In the Harmony Shores. Mrs. Kltz. Diego, after 11 years absence, 10caJcroupcoverlnceffort.mem.bershlp 6-10-Erwln Earls, Linda HOLLYWOOD (AP)-The tall, that mother coon still bring her guest at the regular meeting of

Dallas ]Jail by Jack Ruby, a Dal. mlllen is the grandaughter of where reunion needless In to say a WilliamIs family and especially Child Wel. Morrison, Hugh Grant, Collene] boy' knock came on the dress. whole family over for you to the Naples Jaybee Club last night.
las night club operator. Mr. and Mrs. George McGee. was vogue. far Inc room doors "Half an hour, feed? Talyor talked on the Jayvee
.
bubbling>all' over as he relates : Arthur, Doris Preston and baby
It was learned, however that Mrs. Clara Powles left for a She then proceeded to Install Mr. Denny." f While playing golf with Chuck Junior Gulf Tournament to beheld
the commission stands ready: .to months visit In St. Joe, Mo. visiting with member of the local offlcersPresldontMr Boy, Linda Wingate and baby For Reginald Donny It meant and Ethel I Ilolton, Ethel and I this coming Monday for boy

receive any last.mlnut Information She plans to go to Lincoln, Neb., his former company, the Kitten- Ethel Criteanflrt; vice president boy, Robert Looney.6llVernell 30 minute to climb into his were saying we never knew that under the age of eighteen He
where he
offered:! and may Itself recall later where she will remain for berg Boat Yard: was Mr*. Connie Evans sec Smith, Ellen formal clothe for the opening the also got a few recruits for the
consultant. ; flying squirrels were as
witnesses If member find the balance of the summer. a ond vice Mrs. Janet O'Hara, Shirley G rlham, Mildred rene of "My Fair Lady." tournament from the club
president,
any point which need clarifying Mr. and Mrs. Delbert True. While their trip was most en. Reahard secretary Mrs Roberta Dullard, Edith Harris Denny, still deucedly hand. large or as pretty as they are A dinner meeting was discus

during the writing of the report.In blood of Harmony Shores have Hashberger; treasurer, Freddie Robertson, Francis some at 13, was backstage at out there. And how cute it led and:! a dale of July 11 was

addition, FBI Director J. gone to Adon, Ind. to spend:! the Mrs. Joan Youngblood; hist or. Robertson, Alex Rosbough,Ivan the Santa Monica Civic Auillto.- was to see them run over and set with' an alternative date of
Edgar Hoover has predicted summer. rlum where he was appearing smell of a ball if it rolled near July 18. The fishing tourna.
No Ian, Mrs. Mary Reahard.chaplain :! Miller, Marguerite Bartlettand
that Investigation will continue Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Russell left Topless Mr. Mary William, and baby girl, Charles Jung. as Col. Pickering In "My Fair them. Chuck came over to ment was also discussed and all

"for year to come," even Harmony Shores this week for *gt. at arms, Mrs. Adls Koep- Howard Lady." lie had played the role tell us of the time he drove report were favorable
6-12-Lois Messer
,
though the life of the Warren Zanesvllle, Ohio where they will Swimsuits For pet for two years on Broadway. the ball straight down the fairway Next regular meeting will beheld

commission expire with the filing remain for th%summer. Mrs. Crltean in accepting the Jones, Evangellne Garcia, Later this summer he will but when he got there there In two week with a board:!
Carolyn Storey and baby boy. .' meeting to be held next Thurs.
switch to the part of Ell 1. .
of Its report.
gavel, thanked all who had: made was no golf ball. Now you and I
PALM TREE 6-13--Rubv Gunn and baby Jay night al 7:30 .
K was believed that the com PHILOSOPHY Covington, Ky. possible this Installation, and roguish father when the musical know that no squirrel U that p.m.Everglades
With this warm summer weather Elaine( Wharton and play the new Valley Music
,
misSion, having already quizied asked for local co-operation boy, baby dumb, but what can one do at
dozen of Rowley's agents and sitting under this palm In the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS; throughout the coming year. boy, Elizabeth Keely, Michael Theater a time like that?????
ballistics experts, asked the scarce shade gets to be a bore, Covington, Ky., 1* not going to Mrs. Gulder was presented a Gideon, Irene KUuder, Chris Born In Surrey, England, he OES
Leo and Cleo Woods back
chief which went so our thoughts drift out to sea have toured with his parent In stock, are
questions considerably anything to do: with those personal gift from her officers. tine Covington.
beyond the adequacy or down the Inland water-ways. topless swimsuits for women, Commander Trew then pre 6-14--Jesse Wagner.615Charles later acted In Europe and! Amer. with us. Mr, Wood was playingthe In Stated Meeting

of the precautions taken In Dallas It's surprising how cool an ear. but Vancouver, Wash., may find:! rented the 8th District com man. Ida ka. piano In the recreation hall of
and the behavior of the ly afternoon boat ride down the Itself in the mainstream of mod. der, Sawyer Albritton;; exec.com- Turley, "I started In films In this while I was In the pool-nothing Everglades Chapter, Order

agents before, during and after channel can be. This trend of ern fashion because of Its past.Covington' mltteeman, Ralph Hlpsley; adjutant Hamilton, Ernest Peacock, country back when actors didn't like swimming to music the Eastern Star, held a stated
though brought to mind sub. Seraldlne Lewis, Pearl Calhoun like to admit It he recalled. meeting on June 8th In Ever
a ,
the shooting. City Commission Mrs. Lillian Cleveland; A few of the gals here at
Warren has Indicated It 1* his Ject that will probably create Thursday night adopted:! an ordl. chaplain, Jack Wilkin; finance "When I was doing a New York Naples Land Yacht Harbor went glade. Mr. Kathleen Martin was and

view that the commission' assignment a few male enemies for me, nance prohibiting the "sale and.:! officer, William Eisele, and Judge 6.18--Marla hatcher, Char- play in 1911,1 would sneak over to the Hospital Auxiliary card Initialed Into the Chapter

Includes: discretionarypower but I'm going to say It anyway.I or wearing of a one-piece wom.en'l Advocate: Mr*. Elsa Fisher. les Baker. to FUtbush to do some flicker luncheon at the Piccadilly: pub. welcomed by member of thatt'hal..r
am ashamed of the usual In. I did some others for Famou and Cypress Chapter of
to propose any change bathing suit or apparel The local post officers were Sam and Frances Mason donated .
Naples who assisted in the Inl.
or Improvements it considers: ventlve genius of the American which allow the breast of the then Installed by Commander Al BIRTHS Player In 1114.
male To notion the outboard! "My first real entrance to the fish for the pot luck tutory work.Everglades.
needed In the procedures for my : woman to be exposed. britton, which Included: Commander 6-11-Mr. and Mrs. Charles
protecting the President and his motor is the most Inefficient, The vote 4 for, 0 against Bob Hashbarger; first vice. Wharton, U, baby boy. film. was In 1919 during the supper Saturday evening. The Chapter will honor
expensive oversized of a piece
,
family. The penalty: Up to three day commander, Dick Evans; secondvlcecommander 6.12--Mr, and Mrs. Donald
equipment for the job it does, In Jail and:! a $500 fine. Nolan Watkins; Oneal GUM and He became a star with the frying and serving It. 16, Mrs. M.C. Dei, and have
that exist*. It seems that lees baby boys Mr. "Leather Pusher" movie of At brunch their Friendship Night on June
A cloth dampened with house "It never ceases to amaze me adjutant, Dick Valpey; finance our Sunday, we
Mrs. Willson 22 and Matron Alice
hold ammonia will do treat job improvement has gone into an what some industry will do to officer, Forrest Clark; chaplain, Jimmy Storey, which he made 24. Such casting missed our Four H's, the Harold Worthy
outboard line Its Invention than make dollar Bill historian Wer- baby boy.Gerald. for the urbane Donny now Hill of Everglades Chapter ex.
of removing soil from and giving a said Commit Vlncekj ,W.F. Hulpleus, Don Hornby's,
tends an Invitation to all
anything else I can think of. But loner Don service officer Hut. seem odd, but he played the mem.
Rlesenberg ner Harry
and the
a sheen to stainless steel in the sponsor ; Harry Hoeres, Art hers of the order to attend this
kitchen. then that' a woman talking of the ordinance.In I tenbrock; sgt. at arm, John prizefighter role with convir. Holms, We expeclally missedour meeting.

Vancouver, however, a re. Kauffmann; asst. sgt. at arm, lion; during his hungry youthhe gal Esther Seivert, who
porter dug up an 1880 ordinance Art Seward; and judge advocate Luckey had fought tix bouts, and he
has been In for
Chicago: a couple
which says "No person ihall Murphy Comb was a brigade heavyweight FIGURING MAKES HIM HUNGRY

Prof Blonde Plan Voyage bathe In the water of the Colum. This program concluded:! with amemorial Wins PromotionTOPEKA champion In the R.A.F. during of weeks, but who will be WS MOINES (AP -- Gerald

bla River or any lake within the prayer by the post the first World War. back soon.Les Levy, an attorney and certified

corporate limit of the laid city ,chaplain, after which the colors Kan. Gerald M.lurkey Ills career flourished during Wise Is looking forward public accountant, figure his

or in any creek or slough within were retired. ;I son of Mr. and Mr. 11. the client era, and his polished' to a visit. from r his daughter, mother' la> return and then
II
Of 5.300 Miles-No RomanceFORT the city limits between the R 1 Luckey of Rt. 2, Naples, has diction helped! him survive Into Jetty Blair, and her husband, lend; her a bill for his seme**.
I
hours of t a.m and 8 o.m.. with." been promoted:! to airman first the talkie. With Ronald Col./ Dob, with children Ricky and J1 re'* the llel bill received
out having a suitable bathingsuit class: In the U.S. Air Force at man, C, Aubrey Smith, Nigel Janet from Itasca
111. has
by mother Mr*. Belle Peler.
LAUDERDALE LAP)voyage will take them to Ber. Bischoff :: Bruce and other he became
which shall cover the body he Strategic Air Command'iSAC a
A. schoolmaster with no muda.: After a short rest there, Please_ don't ever again tell ton s cafe operstnrl"Ste :
young stalwart of Hollywood' British
from the waist to the knee. ) Forbes AFB Kan.
([ ,
experience on the high seas and they will sail a second 2,700mUe Note that "waist to the knee. William Henery Blschoff,65, i Airman Lurkey Is an electron colony and helped! cave the em. me how Important It U to have :j chocolate: chiffon pie, ,

a blonde woman doctor will set leg to the Azores, where they And, what about 8 p.m. to 6 died this morning at his home In i I Ic computer repairman assigned plre In many a movie. the proper bait, lures, pole, (four I:-mm chiffon pica, and
sail In a homemade:! 28 will rest again before the 1,400. moon tides and what have fir iir*
Monday a.m.? Bonita Spring where he had:! liv. to I t ted : the 81 Mh Communications you, services two pineapple
loot ketch a S,300.mlle mile run to England. Ir order hiffoo. "
on voy. catch : ,
for the to fish. pies
The bare bosom bathing suit, past seven r.ars. i iII !)Squadron at Forbes.
.
age home to England. "We may make an additional Like, u Fuf'H e a""u I .h to acake"1
as designed: by Rudi: Gernrelch
"We don't anticipate It will be stop along the Spanish coast," somewhat above the, Ie Is survived by his widow, The airman, a graduate of Add poppy _rr.I"' a

easy going," said 33.year.old Wilkinson said:!, "then sail the waist come, but from there to the Helen, living In Bonita Springs, ;I II Naples High School, attended! while billet, uke 1 'radUV [SOUTHWEST ELECTRIC|

Ray Wilkinson. Irish Sea to the west coast of shoulder there are only two daughter, Mr*. Evelyn B. Mlt. 1 Vashburn University at Topeka. suds. ,,,.k the,', .n. ilded. "ilk

His companlOnl7.year.old Dr. Cumberland.: His home i* at strings.-thin string. chell, Jr of New York; a is. |I His wife, Linda, I II the daughter overnight .if until the ilk It

Julia Ambler, will provide some Cumberland.Soon Buyer from clothing Mores ter, Mrs. Earnestlne Bishop of <)if Mr, and Mrs. David L. Wal. cnmpl;h ah.rh, d I I'ir' ( quarter CLOSEOUT

ailing know-how./ She crossed after starting Ms teach. Warwick, K.!., and:! three grand. Ira> of 604 Midway Road, Fort cup rrrrik i i I" 'A .urea. ,f
across the nation viewed the
.. .
SALEON
at Rock Sound children. .ii', IL ,'
the Atlantic last February as Ing assignment topless wonder this week In I Pierce, Fla. the 'I.
one of two girl crew members Wilkinson began building the Before
New York. Some buyer Mocked moving to Florida he .. _,
with a party of five doctors sa14ing boat. It took all his spare time -
up, but some of them said had been engaged in the millwork
to the Bahamas In a 35-foot and $1,000 a year from his $4,200
they'd show and sell the suits business for 30 year in Union,
boat."She annual salary only when asked. N.J. He was a veteran of World FLY NAPLES
wanted to go back," Wlk Dr. Ambler chanced to show Other snubbed It a* *ot In War I. He was a member of the
kinson explained, "and I neededa up at the dock:! In Nassau a few keeping with the moral tone of American Legion, The Bonita '"' MIAMI GENERAL ELECTRIC

crew. I have only limited sail. days before Wilkinson shoved off their town or the Image of their Springs Republican Club, the BOonlta

ing experience and none on the for Florida. store. Spring Citizen LeaCU"IJ .
high seas." "I'm thankful to have her'u, New Year Round Daily Schedule and AIR KINGFANS
Wilkinson built the ketch "0cS0 Wilkinson said. "She has had

efft" in his spare time while more experience than I ailing I Naples To Miami

serving as head master of the at sea."
elementary school at Rock Sound The ketch, valued at $12,000, 7.45AM. 11:30 AM 3.45 PM.:

Cleuthera, in the Bahama has only a 10-horsepower engine r'I'
Asked if a romance was brew. for auxiliary power. It has a re. Miami To Naples

inc between him and Dr. Am. CliMe radio but no truisrats.slon 900 AM. 2:15 PM 5.00 P.M.
SERVED
Her, Wilkinson replied: "No. facilities. FIRST COME fIRST
well. J don't know." "I expect this to be a much MI La4/r C.*.wtMii. end Kwr*.tMni t. say pout In the weld

". don't want to talk of romance rougher crossing than ray ,oy. Southwest Electric Supply

at the moment," Dr. Ambler IM out here, because we win ALLICB srkfTttrr con NAPLES AIRLINES
traveling much farther north. Servicing ell <*.... of M.,... Apelitnctt .
said. be we're not at all worried Cmm.rc..l and Poit.T.t.. ft.fr.|*'.I'M Equipment: .Naples Airport Csntenrie 1 Miami Alrp.rt Furnituro Fair
After a four-day voyage from But Su ate Drive behind
NE 44111
Nassau, the couple stopped hereto Dr. Ambler! said MI z..m
buy supplies. They expect to complete the ..,.. City Ticket effke -- Niplv Travel Agency '- < Care

The flrst l.2 OOmlle leg of the I voyage: In about 60 day*.



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ANOTHER PLACE TO CUT DOWN A Hard Look at Barry's


Ntnr ,& Chances BRUCE if He BIOSSAT Wins NodBY I



.ti Washington Correspondent

JUNE 19, 1964 Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

.-i --

I Goldwater Struck A Hard Blow YesterdaySenator AJCt WASHINGTON (NEAi-ln the final struggle for the 1961\

Republican presidential nomination. some politicians i :IT'

.. counting possible electoral votes as carefully as they tot Uj')'

Barry Goldwater occasionallyhas about the civil rights bill that they will ; delegate With Sen.votes.Barry Goldwater so strongly fixed that he cj.,

put his foot so deep In his mouth forget the things they disliked and vote now lose the nomination only by stumbling badly or by suj

that there was some danger he would for Goldwater because of this one de. I fering an improbable raid on his delegates by PennsylvaniaWilliam ,
is
W. Scranton. a big question :
disappear completely from view. He is cision. ":low does Gold..uttr propose to put together an electoral:

somewhat famous for his Impromptu, and It is also worth noticing that the 1960 victory over President L>ndon Johnson In November

seemingly completely thoughtless, statements census showed the U. S. population as It will before require John 270 F votes Kennedy's to win assassination the presidency.Gold In water tht
days
on a plethora of subjects.But follows: white over 158 million; non- backers used to circulate a tally sheet suggesting that Barn

yesterday he made a statementthat white slightly over 20 million. could roll up 311 or 41 more than needed. They no lont-

obviously was the result of 'long, It has been foregone conclusion, or talk in such terms.

careful and astute thought. seemingly so, that no GOP candidate THEIR OLD TOTAL 1NCHDED, of course, all 128 electoral .

Goldwater made it crystal clear that would stand a chance against President votes for the 11-state Old South. But today it is the

the civil bill November The President has Old Lyndon South and only the most optimistic Goldwatermen
he will vote against rights Johnson in seriously talk of winning more than a handful cf

when the vote is taken sometime this very astutely given something, or at -. southern states.

week-or maybe next week at the latest.It least promised something, to every segment .'s '. Lien If Goldwater managed to win all but Johnson'sTexas
"
Georgia ((12)). which never has gone Republican -
totes
((25 ),
would be unfair to say Goldwater of the population. He also has performed and North Carolina ((13)), he would pull only 78 from

made the decision wholly for whatever the duties of President well andin ti VT-- that lerritor)'.
from it. Ala. The senator is admittedly strong In the state mountainarea
political gain he might realize good taste. But the vote given -
.. but the total electoral votes there is a meager 33. And
There are millions of Americans, bothin bama's Governor Wallace in several Johnson is also strong in this region and might well break "

the north and south, who are con states indicates that the civil rights bill, 1 j I :: off at least half that total. In 1960 Kennedy picked up New I;

vinced that two sections of the bill not to which the President is irrevocably :..\.' Mexico The pre-assassination and Nevada. Goldwater tally sheet showed the 1

only are unconstitutional but morally committed, is a sore subject among an ., senator winning only Ohio (26) and Illinois (26)) of the <

wrong as well. It seems fair to assume ever growing number of voters. r v northern Big Six industrial states. Later his supporters also .
40 votes. New York ((43)), Pennsyl
laid claim to California
that the Senator is sincere in his opposition So it that the upcoming race
appears assumed to be lost,
likely
vania (29)( ). Michigan (21)( ) were as
to these two sections. One must for President of the United States may :: .
.
: :
admit that it took a great deal of courage not be the cut and dried affair it has WITH JOHNSON IN THE \MI1TE HOUSE, most political
r r -. would underscore the earlier Goldwater
observers right now
on Goldwater's part to alienate sucha heretofore been considered by many estimate of hu slim chances in the industrial Northeast.

large segment of the Republican party. politicians. : Johnson's top political aides say, in fact, that the Presi-
Regardless of what actuated the Senator Many Collier Countians, who ordin. :'..' ;:;\ X. :; dent's only real big state worries are Illinois and Ohio if
Goldwater is the GOP nominee, Democratic concern in these
to express his determination to vote arily can be counted on to vote for the I 1 states seems related more to party organizational troubles

against the civil rights bill, yesterday he Democrat ticket because, first and fore than to high estimates of Gokfwater's strength.

gained stature in the eyes of millions of most, they are Democrats from away 'eoplI The World Today pendent Goldwater appraisers people speak now give hopefully It to of Johnson California.by But landslide Indc

voters throughout the nation, both north back, have been heard to express some in the proportions. The White House thinks California and NeWrk .

and south.If slight measure of disenchantment with "C By JAMES MARLOWE are i" the zest .!iape of all the big ones for next!
news Aa..el.t.4I Press News Ana! 'Jt
Goldwater succeeds in getting the the presidents stand on civil rights. They Nos ember.
1 Goldwater: of course, does look hopefully toward such
Republican nomination, and it appears also find they can say Goldwater's name WASHINGTON AP) Sen. other midwestern states as Wisconsin, Iowa the Dakotas,
MOSCOW AP) Deputy ( Medical Care for
almost certain that he will he will find sound like ( the the Aged- Kansas and Minnesota and the five border states of Okla.
without making it blasphemy. Prime Minister Anastas Mlkoy.an Bury Goldwater, seeking He's against the KennedyJohn. Delaware
and
new strength in the southern states which It is a safe bet that Barry Goldwater left Moscow today at the Republican presidential In words nom:. son program to tie such aid to homa.let, Kentucky again, few, West Impartial Virginia.judges Maryland believe the senator has
have seemed safe for President head of a parliamentary delega. nation, has laid down Social Security, saying it "de of these states would be
heretofore picked up a sizeable number of sup- tlon for an official visit to Indo. and deeds his views on domestic tracts from the responsibility of any hope of so clean a sweep as
Johnson. porters and votes with his statementof nesla. Issues and problems. the family" necessary to offset Johnson's apparent strength In many

Even voters, both In the north and opposition to the civil rights bill, What follows is put together Farmers-lie said "we should sectors.
LONDON (AP) Judy Gar. from his statements, his books, get the farmers back on the law
south who have violently disagreed with will be in Senate.CIvU .
which passed in the
quite obviously land's daughter, Liza MlneUl, his positions of supply and demand" and sug.
about everything the Arizonian has a matter of days. says she Is "as much In the Rights-He considered rested phasing out the govern The Best of BoyleBY

j said and done to date, feel so strongly dark as anyone" about her unconstitutional both the Su. ment's farm program over four
mother's announced marriage to preme Court's ban on public years HAL BOYLE
actor Mark Herron. school segregation while Government's Role In Amer.
"She hasn't told me anything agreeing with Its objectives lean Life-He would narrow it
about it yet," said Miss Mine! and any government interfer. sharply, saying "The legitimate NEW YORK (AP-The fate ographyi
11, 18, who Is in London for a TV ence in education.But functions of government are ac. of the sex goddess In America Although she earned thou. I I ,
'othets' sa.Y appearance. he later switched and said tually conducive to freedom, often Is to be sacrificed on her sands of dollars weekly, she I
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS It's the government's job to en. maintaining Internal order, own altar. was chronically In debt, partly I
TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) force a federal court's edict on keeping foreign foes at bay, ad. They ride In lonely chariots because she was squeezed in
Movie actor William Holden laIn desegregation. Thursday nighthe ministering justice, removing through the mobs to their soil by her mother and avaricious
Taipei to attend the closing announced he will vote obstacles to the free inter tary doom. stepfather.
... i ceremonies Friday of the Asian against the civil rights bill, but change of goods There he Such 'war the'tale bf Marilyn: She was tdriniifed'by'' (filthy
wu Film Festival as the special. said again he opposes ,segrega. sounds exactly like Adam Monroe, also "ot an' earlier' 'letters written to hef by anonymous
......... guest of the Motion Picture Lion Smith. movie sex queen-Jean Harlow men.
Producers In Asia. Government Spending He Housing, Public Power and Each wanted to be a serious She made a bitter enemy of
wants It cut, contends free en. Urban Renewal Programs-He actress, and was laughed at. one studio boss because she
LAFAYETTE La. (AP) erprlse would provide all the has said the government should Each found a highly paid exist laughed In his face when he of.
James Guidry, b, fainted In the Jobs needed if allowed to work withdraw from all of them. ence as a mere sex symbol fered her a mink coat In return
.. hospital corridor Wednesdaywhen without government Interfer. Labor-He Is for right-to-work empty and unbearable.As for a performance that wouldn't
'. ;:;; ... told that he was the fath. ence. laws, which unions oppose, but a youth, I used to have my require the presence of cam.
M er of triplets. At the same time he Is against has been against the union shop, teeth fixed by a friendly Kansas eras

"'.,1.1' But Guidry, of St. Martins monopolies by big unions or big compulsory arbitration, Indus City dentist named Dr, Mont As she lay dying In a coma,
: vllle, wasn't the only one sur. business But to prevent monop. trywlde bargaining, political ac. clair Carpentier, an easy man her mother held her virtual
I prised. ollei requires strong federal In. tlvlttes by unions, broadening with the drill. prisoner because the mother
Dr Boring Montgomery, who terference. And there Is no truly the minimum wage. He always would let up on didn't believe In doctors or hos.
j deUvered the two boys and a free enterprise system. Tennessee the drill and smile with pleasure pltils.
girl, said he had not anticipated There can't be so long as He proposed selling Valley TVA Authority to when asked how his pretty One of her former leading

twins, let alone triplets. American business wants tariffs vats Industry, later seemed prl.to young daughter, Harlean, was men, a' man she deeply ad.
to protect It from foreign doing In Hollywood. She had
com.
be mired, put the for
saying only part of it shouldbe up $25,000
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Roger petition and government sub. sold. gone there some time before her tomb.
Smith, 30, once a co-star on the sidles to help it survive Gold Social Security-!He suggested with her mother, who had di. Jean Harlow, "the blonde
""eA7Nt. television series "77 Sunset water is vague on ending such putting it on a voluntary basis vorced Dr. Carpentler to marrya bombshell," died of uremic poi.
Strip," and his wife of eight subsidies but didn't explain how It could man named Marino Bello. coning in 1937 at the age of 26.
SMnenisuIiTh.ehrlMlreleUYaYenller| Federal Aid to Schools He Is After an obscure start In pic.
years, actress Victoria Shaw, survive that way Later he said The Industry Immediately
Van afraid this .lin't going to be much ef a honeymoon, Lucille 27, have announced that they particularly against It for ele. he wants to keep It and strength tures, Harlean Carpentier be. turned to the task of building anew
mentary and came Jean Harlow.
are starting a trial separation secondary schools, en it by making the pension sex goddess.QUICK.
he said: The government has dollar She became the epitome of .
DALLAS (AP)-Quote of the "no right to educate children," Welfare sound.Programs-lie is glamor. She costarred with tt:,. ."',.
Federal Pay Increase day Billy Bode, president of"the the "child has no right to an tlcularly antagonistic to these par., some of the leading actors of
Texas Livestock Auction Asso., education.' has said the her day. She had a $100,000 QUIZ
The arguments for the raising of federal salaries across the board fail to take elation, as a delegation left Dal. But the government has been withdraw from government them suggested should house on a hill\ a swimmingpool

into consideration the amount of "moonlighting" that is done by Civil Service las to deliver a $2,500 saddle aiding education In one form or private charity as ,a solution, servants, expensive cars,

employes who simply do not have enough to do. For many years, it used to bea with gold ornaments to Presl. another Here for more than 100 yean. but has been unspecific on pre. a real wardrobe that might stir a Q-Where does the common
Goldwater queen's
standing joke in Washington D.C. that taxi driver also down dent Johnson "We just dlscov. predates Adam clsely what programs should be envy. lobster live?
every was holding a Bred the saddle the Presidenthad Smith, patron economic saint of But behind a facade of splen. A-Among the rock ledgesoff
federal job somewhere. This was the reason (and still is) why it is so difficult to at the ranch was, well, in., American conservatives. Smith dropped.They Include aid to needy old dor Jean Harlow led a life of the shores of the Atlantic

get a cab in Washington between the hours of 4 and 5 PM. Many of the cabs are adequate for a man of his capacity ., said in 1776 in his book, "The people, to the blind and per. gilded misery north of Cape Cod, particularly
going out of service as their drivers go on night shifts in some federal job. Hundredsof ," Wealth of Nations," a govern manently disabled, crippled Just how sordid and miser. in rocky crevices below
able
ment should a life this
help beautiful
other cabs go out of service as the drivers call for their relatives. The businessof education.. .' children, child welfare, and programs actually had is told star low water.
: %:> fully for the
moonlighting is not limited to the federal employes in the District of Columbiaor _m'f'f.' ;': ::: : : to curb juvenile delln. first time In a new book "Har. Q-When did the penny

to the clerical help. For example, stall lawyers of the various agencies do not quency.Taxes-He was all for eliminating low," by Irving Shulman. It is post cards appear for the first

hesitate to carry on a private law practice on the side, to the disgust of their less 5.00.J"R. RoaI the graduated Income based on the long.wlthheld test:. time?
'I J I OvR UnAWARE tax. Later he seemed to modify mony of the man who knew her A-On May 1, 1873, penny
fortunate brethren, who are not politically-connected. The big objection, then, to }
best-her
,.: 'xtA..R LOrT LOG I GAL this by saying there should bea agent, Arthur Landau post cards were placed on sale
the federal raise is not only that the can ill afford it but the
pay country According to this Intimate by
\fRO\'i! I lcA uLx TELL tax overhaul. bl. the U.S. Post Office.
obvious fact that it is a political gimmick coming in an election since federal
year ,
TII..1.111 26.llerlol. D E. C. R t PIT.I R: t S .
,6,6,6.4. * * .
employes are not suffering from underpayment of wages or substandard wage scales lul.1 27 l'lIus S T E. A L A I R tic * * * 1k

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has raised a generation of abysmal IK KuMurim' : 411 Frosted SOLUTION Of YISriROAY PUZZLE ... .
and xylophone (xylophone). Wisconsincomes _
spellers who, In their more creative l".Cu".II.I'It, rulltmir ,. y ,
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I Wallpaper Sets Mood Open... 'New Doors' for Home


... .. Is It a door that's a windowor ,\ '

Redecorating a room is Provincial furniture bold design can add warmth a window that's a door' ,
something that very often is American, French and Italian and life to a room furnished Any way you look at it or ,

postponed perhaps we can't -looks happiest against simple with the rather stark lines of through, it a new sliding:
make up our minds. A 1 : will
change glass door framed In wood
modern.
backgrounds such toile Oriental themes or IIII
as de
would be
nice but a change double the delights of outdoor
scenlci offer dramatic focal
to what? juoy type of pictorial design
living In summer and Indoor
points used on one wall, with HOME & GARDENFriday
The best way to plan printed In shades of one color, living In winter
a plain companion on the I
change of a single room or the a small calico or geometric others, paper SLiding si.** doors not only

whole house is to decide Just pattern; a chlnts effect or an When you have decided on give easy access to patio or

what effect you want to all-over trellisSometimes the color and type,think about porch but can make a living __
achieve. a plaid can be what needs to be done to June 19, 1964 COLLIER ('OUSTNEWS 6It's room appear as big as all out-
Getting down extremely effective with coun- doors all year 'round.
to cases, con change or emphasize the pro- ----- -
sider what try furniture If you don't The new sliding doors madeof
you have that you portions of your rooms. Wallpaper
really want to keep,then think want a pattern, textured can do a lot of things. Smart to Put Roof ponderosa pine with Insulating -

about exactly the right back- papers are attractive. Some To achieve a sense of heightin glass and built-in weather 1

ground for it Wallpaper can look like a fabric tweed,burlap, a low-ceilinged room, use a At Top) in Remodeling stripping, will eliminate the S
set the mood and add Import linen birdseye tome like light color for the ceiling and b drafts, cold soots and conOen- ,
ance to the effect. wood paneling. Still others are solid lo1ut'used to plague l
cover the aide walls with a
embossed in wide The top of your house shouldbe glass-door owners in cold aa.ka
If you have formal a variety of
tradi pattern that leads up. A
designs. at the top of your remodeling weather
tional furniture, such striped effect is It need
as Louis good
list, if you have an older
XV or XVI, should With modern furniture,tex Factory-made sliding wood
you consld. not be a plain stripe, although home. It's smart to start with
er Hocked papers, medallions, tures and small geometries or that Is very effective, but couldbe the roof, because its usuallythe patio doors, which come In six
scenlcs, chlnolserles, stripes, abstracts are safe However, a'jvi a climbing design of foliage, largest unbroken expanseof vety'4r' and eight foot lengths, have

panels and beautiful florals a widely spaced pattern of a house Brightening this been welcomed by families IDr;.U HUH I M UMNO IKMWS ARE HIUCIIT feature of Iradili -

It your furniture Is Chippendale branches and fruit; vertical big area with a complete new who prefer wood frames be- ..nl rue'.... t'li..n.larill.., whirl.. jive appearance of ninny small I
Hepplewhlte or Sheraton bands of flowers A scenic colorful roof can't help but Improve cause they suit traditional as |mnr. vf (limn, snap out r-amly to rut cleaning' hurt lluors are

or an adaptation of any of Out, Out, Stump paper on one wall, with others the over-all appearance well as contemporary homes. weanl|.framed_In. pondrrtwa pine. __ .
Some available with removable -
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the 18th century English tra covered In plain white or a of your home. are
There it stands
ditionalthese types of paper ; an ugly color, can give a feeling of You'll want to consider the wood grilles In dia- r, < '
which
are also suitable although less stump gets uglier year greater height, too, particu- various types of roofing, from mond or rectangular patternsto
by
Ii
ornate year. larly If part of the design is blend with Colonial or other
patterns go with the Forest research the viewpoints of cost, appearance .
has
not architecture. The grilles
simplicity of line usual in this a tree. and durability period P'r
period. confirmed the claimed effectiveness If your problem Is a ceiling From low to moderate in snap out easily for window ._ .
of various chemical that Is too high,consider usinga washing.
Formal Colonial furniture price are roll asphalt and
treatments for easy destruc- dark colour on It, with side- Despite their generous size, .
looks well against florals,tone- tion of asphalt shingles,both of whIchare
stumps. walls papered !in an allover available in fire-resistant modern sliding wood-framed
on-tone stripes,
geometries and
small chintz patterns. A simple treatment would design or a horizontal pattern forms, wood shingles; and glass doors open and close at a
be to cut the stump just at A contrasting dado at the various types of metal roofing touch. e
A finely textured paper may ground level. Or dig the soil floor level can also help to adJust in sheets or shingles. The wood In these precision-
be used as a background far from around the made doors is chemically
stump and the size of a room that While wood shingles make r
all formal (and much casual cut it slightly below ground seems too tall. handsome-looking roof It N treated at the factory for
s ,
furniture There are excellent level. weather resistance and durability
Today there are many decorative best to check
simulations of silks in moire Either operation will speed wallpaper borders since in building the codes of, A :MW: KOOt alde! lo the al'-, When delivered, the
some areas
use
and shantung designs, us wellas the stump to a hasty decay if which can be used under the wood roofing is prohibited pnirimir and ul" nf mt older doors are ready to be painted,
as afire
grasscloth effects. covered with soil. ceiling In the traditional way, hazard. .home llrrr, .11..1.| lilnBlm *iv stained, or varnished
uiiplinlWallpapers.
------ Metal roofing offers great
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durability Some types may J DINING e lUI
ON TH E- need painting, to I Help
-- or exposure 'ii ROOM
J Industrial fumes or to salt air I Fut-ITP
could cause corrosion Add or Subtract \ BEDRM Jcar

Aside from low cost, unbroken -
HOUSE coverage for wide areas Room ProportionRoom ,

,.,= 0 1 I is the chief advantage of roll Permanent Thread t a cBEDROOM
1 .asphalt When it has been too small or too large? 1
coated with mineral granules Use wallpaper to help you Screws can now be anchored e 1I
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By ANDY LANG it is fire-resistant create a look that seems toad and removed from
AP Nawtfeaturti or subtract space. brick, cement, cinder block c I

At least once a year somewhere somebody makes a usually a busy individual these color Asphalt range shingles, Including offer a white wide, An airy, light paper seems and plaster, thanks to epoxy ...

I speech or writes a magazine article about a diminishing days and he can not spire the pastels, deep tones and black. to add an amazing amount of glue and fluorocarbon c
make amall at a
time to a repair resins.
interest in what he calls the do-it-yourself fad, small cost He has lo chargefor Usually, they can be applied spnce In a small room The
scale of the design Isn't the LIVING ROOM o oIafl :
right over old roofing They're Here's done
how it's
Don't you believe it1! More persons are making or living hu traveling time, usually referred of this :
service charge obtainable specially treated important part eye- Wrap the thread of the is' ,, aPO
to as a /
things these than the And
days at lime
any in past and he feel that will resent for Are resistance and for wind deceiver a fairly large motif screw with unsintered tape .II:
since a fad l la something which paying may for more you than just resistance as well. will look fine If It Is widely made of fluorocarbon resins u(

excites only pasting attention, the labor and materials. It isn't Moderate in cost, too, are spaced on a light background Drill hole slightly larger -
you cm hardly call something roof surfaclngs such as asphaltor Another good way to add a than diameter of screw
his fault, it's merely, as Jimmy CHoca
fad which began In the 1930s These days, a combination of Durame puts it, that "those are tar, applied while hot and spacious feeling Is to cover one Fill hole with epoxy
factors
moved into high gear in the '40s has kept the average the conditions that prevail." completed with gravel or wall with a scenic mural. glue.
and has been going strong ever home owner domg-it-himself. He crushed There are country meadows, ,n 42
They
ban learned the It's not difficult to figure out, stone provide Insert screw before
.ince. personal satisfaction therefore why so many peraons unbroken coverage for flat or seascapes, views of the Orient, glue hardens.
Do-it-yourself, indulged in bya of creating and fixing roofs. quaint pastoral scenes of ancient -
tasks low-pitched HOKIIRtllRLMFbT home it
sad
are doing so many repair nndren-Ieohi.g comport
small percentage of the population from things sad And he has discovered, around the house Those who More costly yet with their Greece, Colonial villages When glue hardens, It' riimnmiciiOn) a 60'foul /lot If feature nlueeo ouMitV italic! and

as far back as you care cin'l experience, that he think do-it-yourself is slipping own advantages, are: Asbestos with tree-lined streets an forms a permanent thread u "ne.H m pttrni.J. rout, Th'flMfrr\ b..tt'OO/lilla. tif Al (eel ,;/
lo go, really came into its own always get professional elegant variety to give focus to and anchors It as well as ex. l'rtn'anen.' .
tloiil
cement and
help when he needs it. haven't talked to the manufac- shingles, good-looking, *pare rroti fit t !Aapcrf ltvt"f Jinmgtniim <
Longer
during the depresmon. Everybody weekends and turers of materials and products durable and fire-resistant but any room in the home. pansion plugs. And. because ha* tinting! << glue.i door at both" ""d,. txtra.A\ cri'Mjot/
was searching for a way to holidays, plus In slate To the down In of the nonstick properties of ,/Ar. xrrrtnril
shorter have used bv the householder. They lacking resilience; pull room 'inporch unc/lAi front momi add to ainnrsit The 01
workdays
economize.. And even though bined to make the professional com will all tell you_and show you handsome and longlastingbut sire, choose darker colors in a fluorocarbon, the glue will purl ..iIIlt..IJ both eat and boat Plan H4340K sea d"'I fnoil iy
help could be obtained in those ,Inaccessible, at odd hours figures to prove it-that the breakable and lacking In Qluse, all-over design for the not adhere to the screw. Ian NI"000 V; Sirrrl North Si Ptlfntkurf 10. FlonJii,
I days for email tecY.houAeholdera emergencies. exceptin curve on the do-u-yourielf chat'resilience clay or ceramic We, goals ,and ,deeper. ton d.r To remove screw simply uy If A /,0.4
purpose did it themselves of saving money solely, lor the Also major to be considered in this Is still going up. attractive.'but breakable. ...the,ceiling, 'J'' "I unscrew it. .

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prosperous in the '4Ui, the to get a plumber or electrician I"
necessity to cut financial corners or carpenter for a small job The Staple Gun Speeds Many Chores f

was no longer urgent but another professionals may deny it, but .
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obstacle arose. Most skilled you simply can not get a workman .. ..

workers were engaged In war- to give you as quick service Like so many tools first designed the AnswerBy Ei3
time ,activities of one sort or on a job that will cost IS aa for the professional ,
another and it became difficult you can on one thai will cost craftsman, the staple gun has I
lo get help at any price. 17V:' The skilled worker I is now found its way into more 7"m"Y

than 4,000,000 homes In addition ANDY LANG on the method of applt at.. i C.-(

I Do's and Don't'sDecorating to being used for such AP NewsfeatueesQUESTION ready with the.burlap rag and begin

basic jobs as tacking down upholstery I have sn oak to wipe across the grain"if the
:
and tacking up Insu wood the moment the wood b;
with ColorColor lation, the newer models are table that I would like to gins to lose Its wet appearan ,*

I so versatile, easy to use, and finish with varnish BeforeI Professionals test the surfsi( t

can work a wonderful transformation in any room speedy that they are increasingly I do so, I'd like to fill the by sliding a finger across n, II
, especially when you follow some of the basic rules that being used to replace wood the finger slides too easily the
: have been discovered about its use. Here are Color small nails, brads, tape, adhesives j Urge pores with a surface la not yet ready for
Do's and Don'ts" to guide you: and pins. r d filler. But I hesitate to do wiping If a tiny ball of fillet

DO USE LIGHT COLORS In a small room to create an Basically,a staple gun drivesa -- -"- so, because of my last experience material begins to form. It la lime
impression of greater size "double nail" in about one "SANDPAPER SUI>E" end. STRAIGHT CUT on l large iur. TEMPORARY IIIIAdC of quarter with wood filler. to wipe. In wiping, use a circular

DONT USE TOO MUCH pattern, in any room. This can tenth the time it takes to drivea when' the sandpaper I.l stapled' to races such. *. ,.1,.,,"", panels ran .Ini'li |IJ| >W NN| scrap, MaplrtlarroM After I had applied the filler, motion, with a fairly light pressure. .
side of block of lumber, lie annurril by stapling' .t.IIt.l two nirmbrri nimpllfir .
be distracting and tiring single tack, and will do many a scrap I followed the directions and began Remember that you are
DO PUT EMPHASIS 'on warm reds and yellows in rooms Jobs that are simply imprac- an easy prot..lon.llrld.. edge guide of scrap to surface making, a bull joint. la wipe off the excess with merely attempting to remove the
that are windowless or face toward the northeast. ----I' a excea filler.
tical for any other tool. Hun- a piece or Aurlap. Aa soon aa I
DON'T USE BRIGHT COLOR in large areas, as this will dreds of uses for staple guns did ao, the filler became dislodged when satisfied that you have

detract from the furnishings have been listed, but their from the pores and I had done ao, wipe lightly once again
COLOR flow the house this lime In the direction of the
DO HAVE CONTINUING through application is literally u broad quit a mess,
and use harmonious colors In rooms that adJoin. as the user's imagination. The filler should be
DON'T USE TOO MANY cool blue hues In a northeastroom allowed to dry for at least 24
ANSWFR.: This result you encountered
or it will seem to be cooler. hours, preferably more, before
Here are some tips on using was caused by wiping
DO MIX LIGHT AND DEEP colors in each room. the next step
a staple gun properly: before the filler had time 'to set.
DON'T USE TOO MUCH red or yellow in a southwest room 1. Lean into the handle with This Is the trickiest part of

with large windows, or It will seem warmer the heel of your hand rather wood filling. If you wipe too 'EVERYTHING' MEANS
DO PAINT THE CEILING of a room a deeper color than than squeezing up with your t soon, the filler Is pulled out of EVERYTHINGLOUISVILLE

the walls, lilt is very high. This makes it appear lower. fingers to make a fist. This the pores If you wail too long Ky. AP) The

DON'T PAINT GLARING architectural features, such as makes for better stapling and -- -_._----- :'\: ra t before wiping, It ls entrrmoly neon sign over downtown building

radiators, to contrast with their background. This will substantially reduces the effort ALWAYS HA>DY but out of the MOL Or:KING KIRKS tonhrr I. (:Ml.INC TIIK ran b. In.l.llrd difficult to remove the n' >sa carried this mUll'""Rental

emphasize them. and war la a Jfardnlirk, when It's racier, when thfy're temporarily by stapling dirrrlljr through file filter from the surface of the Speclilleta., We Rent Every
be
DO REMEMBER COLORS are relative must seen 2, When stapling In hard stapled lo front of workbench. stapled. Into iMMiliim.; Thus leavr lip into furring Mrlp Photmrvurlny wood, which la the purpose of thing"

together. woods,place the thumb of your level I wild the lop surface hand free for soldering job. ,,,..Inline Suplrr the wiping. On the plat glass window of
DON'T USE GLOSSY PAINTS on walls or ceilings of living free hand on the head of your Firat carefully follow the the vacant office was another

areas, since such surface creates glare staple gun to keep It from directions on the filler container sign: "For Rent.

DO STUDY COLOR SWATCHES In both day and night "bouncing". Many of the new point using a deep-legged For extra holding power, especially one-handed loading, extra -
light, colors often change under artificial light, models have a white "power staple when fastening paper- Important In ceiling tile high compression, and others
DON'T HAVE ALL SHINY or all rough-textured fabrics dot" to Indicate thumb placement thin insulation borders, and a Installations treated lock- Not all staple guns take all

one room-vary them for visual Interest. In any application, keep short legged staple will not tile staples staple sizes

the staple gun base flush with adequately hold thicker 4. Some of the better staple S Most Important, use it
the work surface. heavier materials in place. guns offer extra features whichare with care and treat It with Watch For The

[Read-the.Wan Ads ] 3. Make sure you are using Conventional staple sizes are handy on the job: built-in care for carefree fastening ail

;- J the right staple. There no 1/4', 5/ie',3/", 1/2' and II/Ie-. staple removers,open-channel, around the house GRAND OPENING

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rUnntng Picture. A Gusher Could Start! EVERYTHING For GARDEN?

APATIO BEACHCABINETS
Lou want to hang a picture nut*rUllhe system U made of, If
Sound simple but in some It 1* not cant Iron, care should GARDEN, I SUPPLIES I
or hones tills act of decoration could be taken a* to where n
Repairing Your protelotaea costly stroke with a driven & MILLWORK Inc.
hammer, The only home drain"a lrand ,
ROOM The nail for Instance, might tent piping; that Is Impr-rtlou loaproddlngnail

tAsk A puncture a (hin-.ill piping that is ,andwllldrflrct III HARDWARE SUPPLIES at
part of your home' drainage au- *cat! iron soil pipr, the Irmtlluft

About A tern,and your Imagination can tell says, Ita Ihlrk..u and sturdiness
you what the results would 1w. will prevent the heartbreaking and NorthPhone
9791st Ave.
HomeImprovement According to the Cast Iron Soil codtly etperlence of a homvoonrr

Pipe Institute, quite a few home- driving s nail Into the wall and POWER MOWERS I ,
owners have found nasty result having an Ill-received gutter

.hen they drove a nail through the spouting Inside the wall aa a MI 2-3441

Loan wall construction of their house result PLUSShervinWilliams-
Plumbing contractor, too have
reported that In many instances PaintsAnd NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESSwith
REFUGEE HUMOR
wall II
alter Installing this piping
MIAMI (AP) Cuban refugee
THI.f .as mot uncommon for the carpt*
in to unknowingly drive nails, employed at. a Miami tile plant Painter Supplies

\.f HIlts through easy-puncture piping,,, enJOY a chmkle at the expense" DOLLAR-SAVING SPECIALS!
Cuban prime Minister. Fidel
Is aatnutebssasimple piece
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ben FDIC Reject tile. cracked and defective.
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I Roundup Point TourneyEd

By THE ASSOCIATED paUl DuBane was the winnerof

It's the ninth inning and your a point tournament held this
4t'
team is down by a run altb two h week by the Big Cypress Golf
men on. Who do you want as and Country Club's Men's Coll f r
. . . . .
your hitter? Association.The . . . .
How about Willie Mays' Well, tournament which allow

Alvin night, but Dark he'd had have him been Thursday. better ed players to use seven-eightha 1 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, June 19 Itlt
etT' v of their handicaps awarded one
off with Julian Javier.
The Giants were trailing the point for a par, two for a birdie,, finals and third runner-up fin.

Cardinals in just that situation I \ j and three for an eagle. A bogey: Gophers Beat ish, all under Coach Hi Sim.
with Willie at the plate In resulted In the loss of one point, moss
Thursday's 7-6 St. Loulsvlctor., DuBane compiled 19 points Missouri beat Minnesota 4.1
t Mays had slammed his 20th : during his actual round of 43- Monday, then the Gophers drewa
homer and two singles earlier 39-82. Second was Charlie Rice i Missouri For bye into the finals and Mis.
but against Ron Taylor In the with 18 points In a round of 42- sourl nipped Maine's giant kill.
t ninth, he struck out. 3779. Clarence Davis was third era, 2.1.Golden.
Javier the Cardinal second
with 16 points and scored 40-
baseman, did more damage NCAA CrownOMAHA
than Mays, cracking a homer, J. 4282.
double and single and driving In Rice eagled No. 12 during the BearsTo
five of the Cardinal runs. It was tournament when he holed out Neb. (-"Dewey
a single-game St. Louli RBI his nine-Iron second shot on the Markus is the guy-put it in his Shovel.
hands and it's done," Coach Try
high for the season. 365-yard par four hole. Dick Slebert said after his Minnesota -
The Cardinals, hard-pressed Big Cypress pro Phil Darby club beat Missouri 5-1
for runs during their recent .. .'''"' ''' shire announced the results of for its third straight election.* Oars In Race
road trip, battered Giant ace the tournament. Darbyshlresaldhe NCAA
year baseball
Juan Marlchal for 11 hits and .1 and John Yates of Naples will "I've never singled crown.out one SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP-Most

he all their worked.runs It in was the five Marlchal's innings play In the pro-amateur compe- man before," Slebert said of coaches would rather fight than
tition the his fiery switch especially I with the in.
third loss in 11 decisions.In next Wednesday at Flor- junior second baseman
other National League ,10 ida State Open at Lehigh Acres. "But Dewey picked us up tercolleglate rowing champion.
games, Pittsburgh belted New FUTURE GOLF CHAMPIONS are In the makingat lion of Club Pro Phil Darbyshire are participantsin Paul Bell, Beach Club pro, and after that brutal Texas trip. Aft. ship at stake. ,
York 10.0 and the front.runnlng Big Cypress Golf and Country Club. The group the Schools-City Recreation Department summer Tom Abbott will be another local]ter>I that I didn't know if we belonged But Jim Lemmon will do just }

Philadelphia Phillies dropped sharpening their putting eyes under the supervi program. (NEWS photo) team In the pro-am tournament. chewed in out the Big Ten. He that.Lemmon says his unbeaten

Chicago 63. Next Thursday, the first roundof 'booted t : a grounder every in practice man who California varsity will row In S

The rabbit ball and the flutter Softball Showdown the Florida Open will be heldat Joe Pollack big junior right the 62nd annual classic herewith
ball have lifted the Chicago TuesdayStahliiiaii lehigh Acres, and the 72- hander, also drew high praise the controversial oversized
White Sox back into first placein hole competition will wind up from Slebert for his four-hitter. shovel oars that propelled Har.
the American League.The Sunday June 28. The tournament He had a strong fast ball and vard to the Eastern spring
lively rabbit ball was loft was played at Lehlgh Acres threw a baffling change-up with championship.
ed out of Baltimore's huge Stone Remain In 1962.Chip two or three different speeds The Golden Bears have been
Municipal Stadium Thursday Shortly after the game, Mark. experimenting off and on with
night by two of Chicago's bunt us signed with the Chicago Cubs the new oars all season, but the
and run specialists Mike Johnson for a nominal $2,500 bonus with two'day event today and Satur.
Hershberger and Al Wels-and Locked In First Place TieSTANDINGS Slebert's blessing. day on Onondaga Lake will
provided the only runs in a 2-0 Minnesota won the NCAA in mark the first time Cal has
victory over the Orioles. Scores KO Over both its previous trips to the used them in competition.
The deadly flutterball was things going with a three-run runs on two errors Buck two-run single In that Inning. finals, 1958 and 1960. This was Risky business?
lofted up to home plate by W L homer. Later Bill Hartter Flowers' two-run single and Stone got only six singles Missouri's fourth time in thewww Lemmon would not say.llAAll .

knuckleball specialist Hoyt WIl. Stahlman 4 1 singled In a run, Joe Grimm two wild pitches. Single runs and a double off the Tropics Top-Rated ForteNaples .
helm who has the Stone 4 1 & & & & .&. .&. & & .&. & .L
probably doubled In a pair Buddy For- In the second and third madeIt pitcher, newcomer Bob Brock. 1II"1II"1II"1II"1II"1II"1II"WW1ll"1II"1II"1II"GAME
most deceptive pitch and recordin Tropics 1 4 sythe homered for three more, 5-0. The winners took advantage of heavyweight Levi boxer ChipJohnson "
knocked out Fortein
the
Wilhelm majors.came on in relief of Publlx 1. Jim Wheeler hit another round- Tropics got Its first run off five walks and seven Tropics the fifth round of a scheduled
for and Bob Art Schultnels In the fourthon Schultheis threw six-
Frank tripper two runs, errors. elrht.ound bout Wednesday night
Kreutzer for the White
Stahlman Property Maintenance Hartnett doubled home Bud Shimer's and hitter walked three and struckout II ,
Sox in the seventh inning, allowed a run. double an at Miami Beach Auditorium. 0
only one hit and lowered and Stone Builders rolledto In the fourth, Stahlman add- outfield error. Stone got a eight. Collier County Sheriff E.A.Doug By
Ms earned run average to 2.11. victories last night In men'sSoftball ed six more runs. Grimm's run without a hit In the sixthto Flowers and Arthur had two Hendr,,who attended the fight David Lyon TIMEa."
That, oddly, goes with an M league action and the triple and two walks loaded the make It 6-1, then finished hits apiece for Stone, and Fred program was impressed with ,
record. The 40-year-old right two teams maintained their bases, and Stahlman sent all with four runs In the seventh. Schmucker singled twice for Johnson's victory The boxing
hander, however, has made 28 first-place tie In the second- three runners home with a single Forrest Arthur contributed a Tropics. show was a benefit for the Florida There are a couple of things fore being called, are allowed
appearances and been in 17 half standings.A Guy Osceola scoring from Sheriffs Boys Ranch at Live Oak. wrong with baseball: the games only five warmups after coming
Forte had a 16.3 record going
winning games. showdown\ sorts Is sche- first base on the hit. and are too long and the season Is to the mound.
Baltimore starter Dave Me. duled for Tuesday at 7:30 at Grimm ended the Stahlmanrun into Wednesday's bout John. too Pitchers have to hustle onto
long.
Nally only four hits in son went right to work on him
gave up Cambler Park when Stahlman Palmer Has 198 To Go
seven innings, but Hershberger production by singling across with a blistering body attack for Spectators at a football game the field along with teammates.
and Well proved too much for and Stone meet. The second the 19th and 20th runs. the first three rounds.Then John. are exposed to almost continuous after each Inning. Hurlers also -
him. Hershberger hit his first game Tuesday matches Publlx Stahlman gave up four hits In son went to the head with hooks action during the course ofa have to get into the on-deck

homer of the season In the Market and Tropics Drive Inn. the four-Inning game, called For Grand Slam Of Golfcut and straight right hands and 21/2 hour game, and It Is circle to wait their turn at bat.
fourth inning and Well connect Stahlman pounded three Pub- early because of the 15-run Forte took the count at 1:28 not repetitive action such as They used to sit in the dugout ,
ed for his second in the sixth. llx pitchers In a 20-5 triumphlast rule, Hannah with his homer of the fifth. the batter-vs.-pltcher confrontation then stroll up to the plate long
That was more than enough as night then Stone pulled a fly ball, and an Infield out, WASHINGTON (AP-Arnold to the low 50 scores and The knockout was the fifth over andoveragaln, after the previous batter had ,
the White Sox shoved the Orl. away to a 10-1 decision over batted In four of the five Pub- Palmer has 198 holes to go on ties-and the way things are for Johnson, whose record now which is baseball's center of attention completed his turn.
oleo into second place, seven Tropics. llx runs. the Grand Slam of golf. going they may have to ask for is 7.4. He has won threutraleht. Umpires In the Southern Lea

percentage points behind, while Tim Hannah homered with a Stahlman hit a triple, home That' works out to 54 more volunteers. If spectators' minds are on also are told not to allowa
holes of the ;Open here-rlS gue .
the New York Yankees closedto Johnny Pott Hilly
man on In the first Inning to run and two to lead all Casper, the they don't much to be
within one-half game of the singles today and 36 on Saturday and amateur Billy Campbell and>i Tommy Jacobs game pay game delayed by a long
top by downing Boston 8In give Publlx an early 2-1 lead, batters. Wheelerhadthreehlts, 72 holes each at the British little known club pro Joe Zak attention to the hard seats. argument. Even with these rulesto
the only other AL game sched. but Stahlman sent 17 batters to as did Grimm. Open and the PGA. Palmerwon clan of Modesto Calif., joined Besides the repetitive action speed up the game. It still
uled, Kansas City edged Detroit the plate In the third and scor- Stone sprinted out to Its usual the first leg, the Masters, Lema at 71.Among I Fires Record 64 of baseball,diamond games will be a job trying to kindle
32. ed 13 runs. fuss Stahlman got first-Inning lead with three in April. the group at 72 was'I are laced with "dead" periods, fan Interest In the minor lea
The British Open is at St. Bob Charles, the left-handed To Lead Palmer where nobody Is doing anything.The gues. Prospective fans would
Andrews next month. Palmer British Open champion from time of rather
an average con- stay home and watch major
might just walk over there on New Zealand, who must have i WASHINGTON (AP) Tom. test can vary from less than leaguers perform for freeon
the water. Hardly anyone who 1 Jacobs rolled In a 60 foot
contemplated switching rather my -
two hours to more than three, the TV screen.
ANNOUNCINGNEW watched him trample the brood. than fighting when he playedthe I putt on the 18th hole today for
depending on the pitchers' efficiency
ing, brutal Congressional Coun. first six holes 5-3.3.5-5-5-. a slx.under-par 64, equaling the .
try Club course here Thursday five over par. finest round of golf ever shot in number of pitching
would expect Palmer to sink if But Charles stuck to the left the National Open, and rocketedone changes, degree of hustle by Locally, enthusiasm for baseball
SP"-"" SUMMER HOURSCDngress he undertook the tourney. side, and had a 32 on the back stroke ahead of Arnold players, arguments, etc. Is blunted when young players
Palmer cut a two-under-par nine, the best score for that Palmer for the lead In the 1964 The season begins so early have to put up with the
tahitian 68 out of Congressional the shattering stretch. tournament. In the year In the major lea- awkward Senior Llttto League.
only player in the field of 150 Palmer, stalking the fairwayslike Jacobs, 29.year.old pro from gues that many games are rained The transition from the 60-foot
of the world's best golfers to an angry panther and luring Bermuda Dunes, Calif., has a out or frozen out. It ends Little League field to the 90-
break par in the opening round. the entranced legions of Ar. Se.hole total of 136. Palmer, so late that the grand climax foot diamond is too much to
cove Inn Only one golfer, obscure pro nle's Army in his wake, started with a bogey on the 17, shot a of the baseball season comes ask of the average 13yearoldor
Bill Collins of Baltimore, off as if he were really human, 69 today and has a halfway
matched par 70 over the 7,053. too. score of 137 heading Into Satur. right during the middle of foot ( even 14-year-old) boy to

yard course, longest ever used day's final two rounds. ball season make.
t for the Open. He missed the fairway with Jacobs was four strokes behind Fans won't come out if the The pitcher's mound for a
All the others were over, Including his driver on every hole until Palmer at the start of to. games are tedious to watch, 13-year-old Is as far from home
such as: the eighth, and collected his day's second round with a 72. If the weather Is unfavorable, plate as first base Is for the
Defending champion Julius only bogey on the third hole But today Jacobs sizzled up, or If their Interest slackens 12-year-old. Hurlers who don't
THE COVE RESTAURANT Boros who had 77, includingtwo when his drive caught the rough the back nine with four birdieson during the prolonged season. walk two or three players an
and his second to the
double bogey sixes on the over. green ran the last six holes. Many major leaguers admit the Inning are very good or just
bark nine. Palmer, the only player to exhausting and over-long schedule lucky. Senior League games are
OPEN EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK Champagne Tony Lema who
"I got away with some bad crack par over the 7053.yard discourages them from not won by the best-hitting team,
came to the with the
Open hot ,driving for seven holes," Palm. Congressional Country Club putting out their best effort In but the team giving up the few-
hand off
BREAKFAST two straight tour vie
LUNCHEON Course fired his
DINNER Thursday sec.
er said. "Then I got it under est walks and errors.
tortes and faded to 71 every game.A
a after aNne ond sub.par round but couldn'tcatch
SERVED FROM 7A.M. SERVED FROM 11.30 SERVED FROM S P.M. 33 on the front nine. control. Jacobs determined effort by um- Walks and pitching changes

55 and ondup Jack Nlcklaus the Ohio gold pires and players to speed up prolong the time of the games
up $1.00 $2.25 ;! en bear and co-favorite with W ASIaNC TON (AP)-Leading games, along with a shortened Induce boredom among fans, and
Palmer, who boiled the last first round scorers Thursday In Yesterday's season of 144 games (a cutback cause players to lose Interest.

LUNCHEON COCKTAILS. 55< (SPECIAL DURING 11i30 A.M. 2,00, P.M. three holes for a 72. the National Open golf cham. which would hurt nobody) would It's been said here before,
Old Sam Snead, at 52 trying plonshlp over the par 35.35-70 help arrest the current declineof and it will be said agatni Senior
LATF DINNER SPECIAL OPEN FACE STEAK SANDWICH 1.75 (AFTER s P.M.) for the 24th consecutive time to Congressional Country Club Stars Interest In the game.In Little League, spawned by

COMPLETE FACILITIES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES I SPECIAL BANQUETS capture the one big title that course the Class Southern League old men In Wllllamsport, Is nota
has always evaded him, who By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Arnold Palmer 35.33-
,officials are striving to ell. suitable game for 13 and 14-
had a 77 that Included four putts a.Wllllam Campbell 36.35-71 PITCHING Vern Law,
mlnate as much "dead time"as year-olds. The only reason
three Pony
from 15 feet on one green. Tony Lema 33.3871Ken Pirates, allowed only
So widespread was the toll Venturi 38.34-73 singles, winning his fourth possible to shorten games League, with 75-foot basepaths,
extracted by the course that Bobby Nichols 36.36-73 game in the last five starts as and provide a more continuous has not been adopted universally
THE ISLAND HUT only 46, less than one-thlrd of Robert Jansluk 37.3572Paul Pittsburgh walloped the New flow of action. Relief pitchers Is because of high Insurancecosts.
the field-broke 75. Scodeller 38.34-72 York Meta 10.0.BATTING who presumably have Its growth has been remarkable
POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE And 31 were 80 or above Bill Martindale 36.36-72 Julian Javier, warmed up In the bullpen be despite that drawback.
more than one-fifth of the field. Cardinals, slammed a homer,
OPEN 4i30 P.M. 'TIL CLOSING (CLOSED SUNDAYS) After today, the field will be a.Denotes amateur double and single, driving in
five runs, a one-game St. Louis

exotic 7 o4ae&ott IJ vaed lick Baseball StandingsNational !high victory for over the San year Francisco.W. in a. 74 PLAY BETTER GOLFBy


$2.50 and up League American LeagueW. Tommy ArmourHit
W. L. Pet. Ic
G.B. L. Pet G.B.
Philadelphia 34 22 .607 hlcago 34 22 .607 0
San Fran. S3: : 25 .583 1 Baltimore 311 24 .600 Rr Down to Oo Up
THE COVE LOUNGEOPEN Pittsburgh 32 27 .542 3V4 sew York 34 23 .596 1v4 State
Cincinnati 31 27 .534 4 --uvelina 30 27 .526 4th THE AVERAGE golfer
St. Louis 31 31 .500 0 Minnesota 32 29 .525 41' League d'By not hit enough shotsor
10 A.M.'TIL CLOSING Milwaukee 30 30 .500 Boston 31 31 .500 II practice enough with his
( CLOSED SUNDAYS) Los Angeles 30 30 .500 Detroit 26 32 .448 9 THE long irons. He uses a "4-wood
Chicago 28 29 .491 Vi Washington 27 37 .422 11 A. OCUTED FRCa
19 degreeloft
which has about

1IA.M..2P.M. (;off ss .P.M..6P.M. New Houston York 28 19 43 34 .306.452 13 9 Los Kansas Angeles26 City 23 36 37 .413.383 13 UVi L. Pet. G.B. instead of a 3-iron a which

Thursday's Results Thursday's Results Ft Lauderdale37 22 ..627St usually has a 24 degree loft
Philadelphia 6, Chicago 3 Kansas City 3, Detroit 2 ,Petersburg 23 .623 when he wants to hit the ball
Pittsburgh 10, New York 0 New York 6, Boston 3 Lakeland 36 26 .581 ZIti up into, a higher trajectory.If .
PACKAGED LIQUOR STORE St. Louis 7, San Francisco 6 Chicago 2, Baltimore 0 Daytona Bch 13 26 .559 4 1 he would just learn to hit
Only games scheduledToday's Only games scheduled Sarasota 30 32 .484 8V4 down to the ball with the I,
Games 'Tampa 26 36 .419 12'i
Today's Games
l OPEN 10 A.M. (CLOSED SUNDAYS) San Francisco at St. Louis, N NW York at Chicago, N Miami 24 38 .387 14',4 3-iron instead of trying to
_____ Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N Boston at Baltimore 2 twl. Orlando 20 41 .328 18 scoop it up he would get all
Philadelphia at New York, 2 night Thursday's Results the nse he needs. Hitting down
twl-nlght Cleveland at Los Angeles, N Lakeland 1, Miami 0 usually is simply a matter of
? Houston at Milwaukee, N Detroit at Minnesota, N Fort Lauderdale 4-6, Tampa 0.1 playing the ball a wee bit to
tat@i i @ @S (@) Chicago at Pittsburgh, N Washington at Kansas City, N Daytona Beach 6, Sarasota 5 the right of the center line of
Satuday's Games Saurday's Games SU Petersburg S, Orlando 2Friday's the stance. Much of the average -
Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N Cleveland at Los Angeles, N Games golfer's trouble comes from playing the ball too
Philadelphia at New York Miami at Lakeland
Washington at Kansas City N'
far forward in his stance. C1Ht..n.C"bbaseball .,.
-
telephone: MIdW'aya.81501 Houston at Milwaukee Detroit at Minnesota Fort Lauderdale at Tampa
San Francisco at St. Louts New York at Chicago Sarasota at Daytona Beach
Chi i ago at Pittsburgh Boston at Baltimore, N St. Petersburg at Orlando
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Up In the North Woods there'sa trickle of blood at the bite site;

lot of scratching and swelling for others, puffed eyes, swollen

these days. It's black-fly time glands, fever and malaise oc

and the buggers are out in full cur. Among the very allergic,

force. People who work out. this is known as Black Fly JWIdwa 2 2/07

doors without adequate spraysor Fever.

oils on their akin may be Wild animals, too, are bother.

badly bitten. For some, there'sno ed. Deer, bear, waterblrds and

effect other than a slight moose are often driven to t
.
frenzy by the obnoxious Insects.
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-- Domestic stock such as mules,' Announcement 14-Hetp' Wanted Mil. 49-Hou For Rent

Cow Lunches Out cattle and chickens have been Top quality, aircondilionint tar
.I killed from black fly poisoning. PlAZA BEAUTY SALON vice, man If you want a future. Moose for rent I oflriti.. t
bath unfurniahed Yearlyleeea
I).000 00 a ynmt.he home
At Restaurant; The black fly, buffalo or tur tans IT''''...... Trail pay. vacation with pay and Available Ausuat. 19 Call
Midway / ttrlDu Chriitmai bonus. If you can Ml' ..n. /7tf|
key gnat does not Irritate Nor.
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Has
therners alone. Some species le Death in the Family and central I aircondilionint' homo very neat Close inblocka
\tf Vms, Shoo Ropeir will bt cltoed equipment ,if you are all boll from
1I..ch.
live In the South especially along 0 Adult
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sign atop the Hyatt House, a ho. the Mississippi River where they pick up repeired work are polled 0",. I NEED YOUCOURTUY I suns. C/tilt
much There ,in Shop w.ndw.3Boati.Motrs' SALES A -
tel-restaurant, said: "June ii cause aggravation. SERVICE INC t bdrm. collate completely furniehod -
dairy month. Take a cow to are, in fact, over 300 kinds of Naplei. Florida 2 blocka from beach,
I IN black flies which range over the Accel. Phone Ml 74241 J. Johnson 1 bike from pier v"I'bl/: :
SIGHT I THE SKY lunch. Dec I. Ml 24011
The Thundor Tigers, a Chlneia Nationalist. j J.t ttam. world. Almost all prefer places TOP i QUALITY APPLIANCC I
execute maneuver with So Ray Hansen and his daugh. ions Chrla.Craft II' I" Conitellion SERVICE MAN I n.M a sin' I bedroom hone furnuhod TV
trilling t.ili of
jetitrtam during show it Manila International Alroort ter Ann, did. Hansen is presl. with cold, fast running water (I. twin IsO .. Ship to she, cere man to held up en appliance cUbIc available, Adults only,
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where they can lay their eggs. dtplh finder' fully equipped urvice, company If you Ml 2470 III' "
dent of the Dairy Valley Cham with life, lacketi, tie Ph Ml are a non drinker, hnut.nd 2 Bedroom furnnked hou,..
ber of Commerce. Young black fly larvae live ma or .2911. Price js'sooo want a future. o .,''Iona, worker Reeeonoblo to right Ml
I underwater obtaining their food Can ba >.... at Comb Smith and capable ol runnina, a 2 5712. P'rtl9la'BORR
: Pennslyvania Dutch Lingo Ban Strike Betty Lou, the bovine, con. Cs,,. Craft ./1.... b.s.e.us., I NEED YOU

sunned some hay in the restau. and oxygen with mouth fans.When 1 1? Ft. Mitchell open boat.ID COURTESY .SALES 4SERVICE STAMPS-Ml 2.2101
the hatch they float to 2h ; : INCP"on.
up
pupae elec
rant Thursday. She dressed for Mercury Engine Naplei I FIed< .
the surface In their cocoons.spllt ',.e. 17 Ft lommoie' Tm .i.m Ml 5 ovea a John.o" 51-Wanted To Rent
the occasion in a flowered
J97S LUFF CMC INC 421 "that
I Not Extinct Shows VigorHELLERTOWN Picketing straw bonnet them down fie! back and emerge N. Ml I moo e/ll,thltJt' 16-Help Available WANliO, OtOHOUM UNFURNISHED
adult
flies.
; The sign atop the Hyatt House as new HOUSE CLOSE
IN. YEAR
ROUND
that alternoon said: "Guess 5-Bu.ineti Oppl.TEXACOINC. Sow.vg wart,.neuropaire d .Inov. PIlING SCOIN
SEPT
Pa. (AP- known to the public is largely what? A cow came to lunch. And THE WOMAN AGAIN .. "..... MI S 130' III' It BOX 404. CORAL UT GALES WRITE)4

For a language believed by an assortment of rustic dia, At had a moutlnl." Among these grown-ups, only FLA S/it!

some linguists to be dying out,,, logues homely aphorisms and Cape the female needs blood and bites. 21-Lost & Found

Pennsylvania Dutch Is showing mixed up domestic Instructions.Here She> may fly 10 miles in her I.far.". ltat ultramodern. na. under nation centime at' While\ piper biswithneiale, 53-Liilingt Wanted

extraordinary vigor. are samples of what CAPE KENNEDY (AP) TelevisionBy : search for dinner, acting like a Mooring. Vr.opp.ng Center Nopiti point boot, ,, 'Arm......0,odd.. told" Lott wool near end

One who scoffs at the idea scholars call phony folk lingo Seven unions were under federal miniature, hungry vampire. The financial Paid, training ettittanie proiram....1.and... Park View Apt.u't Mr, Elliott STOPI

that the dialect is doomed is a mock mixture of Dutch-Eng court order today not to strike, CYNTHIA LOWRYAP male, a brighter, less active For information on '''," velufranchite 1.Ubis f "". Rulanberi Buildere 1111.21 Ml have auitabla tenants for your
72 retired hahn creature seems merely to he tonuct Don Ak home and other deairablo ,
Hoppes a .n"-
Robert ,
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work this
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picket or stop Televlslcn.Radlo Writer ",aaSy, t"a,.. Inc. P 0 all. List them with uiltr'nV.
teacher and a prime mover in Look the window out and see sUe and space center.In NEW YORK (AP) "The a "sport. ee II". P t M..,.. Phone 10 26-Personal A<<*. *. Ml I4'4'
a crusade to perpetuate Pennsylvania who's coming the Yard in." Of the 300 species of black 0 tin VIVIAN OGG, REALTOR

Dutch in speech and in "Pop's on the table still, and Issuing the order in Orlando Beverly Hillbillies" may be our files, t are known to carry dl. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ASSOCIATES
half Thursday U. S.District Court most popular television show TEXACO INC. Men or women wi'h drinking Don .
et.
print. seases. In Africa, some transmit problem Aik ler help, by call 5erghud Leisha H.Yrl
and his colleagues say r "The old ones is all (mean Judge George C. Young said It but it hasn't even caused a rip. nematode worms which are For leate high, potentiel I Say ,"I Ml 2IIM Vintort cordially,
Hoppes effective until the National pie of laughter among viewersof Station now in oparation in "".o".d M..,,,".. ," Fmut
was
It Is necessary to get rid of lag gone finished, the end) and the Islands. parasitic Inside humans. In both Naples Paid. Training Program SapIst Church Ann. cc 5th r4-Trj-J9 or Sell

some notions about the language the new ones ain't (meaning are Labor Relations Board deter. Philippine Africa and a small section of and financial ",'Hence avail SI l' Clh A.. ...., Tuu and
The most popular .bit For information. contact I,, Wm liio MU.I il lake r,,
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rived yet. Guatemala and Mexico black .
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that they say have been Dun Afeernathy T..... I.e. hoi tom land in City or ",
spawned chiefly by opportunists> "We grow too soon oldt and continually troublesome Cape labor seen on the islands' 100,000 flies are known to cause On. P 0 Bo. I lilt Ft My.... ly, Call Ml I 4201 "l tf

among those i catering to tour.. too late schmart." situation. television sets Is a whodunit" se. chocercosls. This parasitic ill. Ph... CD I till ft If 38-Autoi For Sale

ists. These are cited as true ex The NLRB study could take rica called "Crisis. On NBC ness is the result of infection Hem. end 1I..n... 'Of eis. 57-Houiei For Sale
here It's called "Suspense Thea. Bunnett in rear of homa in mi Thunderb.rdHardtop. R t.
Tbe Pennsylvania' Dutch amples of the mating of the dia. six months or more, officials tre." Other perennial favorites with tiny worms Those worms ,.p.,,". build,5. Ioc""co fo, H Power mdowt, ..... Fee
lest with English in the Penn. dlcated. An effort will be madeto which move under the skin mere. cah or larga dn payment lory air conditionn( Law" milt I Sdrm, I .bath carnar lot on
Dutch are "The Defenders, "Twilight 5,. 1 IM7 A ) Collier County eie MI mot all., | pM canal Air conditioning fireplaca -
sylvania country ly harmless tumors the
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work out a solution with the the Walt Show Newt S/3I.U It I block to biacV. Own-
Rules National "Outen the light." Outen is a unions they said. Zone, Disney size of a pea or an orange!Those KAtnUANN 41 GHIA On. e, will toll vary roitonably
Mason"nd recent feature owcollent n. .
"Perry Larga mortgage Small down
word that does service. which into the ., ,
migrate condition
yeoman eye result U 1950 00. .
13-Help Want. Ferns Call
Ft. My.an
paymant collect.
Unions named were the Boll movies released to tele Pee 3rd Ave N Ml I fn2 :
wonderful
"He is sick. "Won. in blindness I OX 4 3103.' en.,
Must Stop At derful" is widely used In the ermakers Sheet Metal Workers vision.P. Because of such diseases and a.p....,..d we."macu.t A.dy I/Its NORTH NAPLES
Electricians Iron Workers Ma. K. Macker, publisher of Pit Berbecue' Ml' I MM Apply Words Don't
sense of very, exceptional etc. the discomfort which black flies after J pm till I badroom, I beth. Florida

Broward Airport "Make the door open." cMnlsts Railroad Telegraphers the Engllsh.language and Philip of can cause, they must be con. panenced, weitreiiee, at Bo- Mean A ThingThe room plataly, larga furniahad Mvlng room 100 ,*Com$IJV.

"Eat your mouth empt), and Railroad Maintenance of pines Herald manager trolled in areas where human ,,ul'a Reitaurant. lee Helen lot All thIs tor only II100
Way workers. three of the Islands' TV sta. Bernnl. 1/14 tf d,tterente you pay will VIVIAN OQQ. Pit ALTO*
I WASHINGTON (AP) -A Civil,, once. lions, currently lion I $250,000 population and industry are 1m. Waitress .n.d tm snack bor '.',",. you Check with u. Ml 5th Av.. ... Ml t.4741Aatoellta
Aeronautics Board examiner de.. "I'll eat up and down, mean. The ruling was the direct re shopping trip In New York and port ant. The problem is mainly and loun... MCII b. 21 ,... MI today and tee Were not tool *,
the how control I62H14Help. /IUf Din Burglvndalpha. May..
ing on run. to them. .'
I dared that It would take a man I suit of three days of picketing Hollywood for at least 20 pro. I"
Hoppes, for 4 years ateacher week the Maintenance of Must of the insecticides usedIn Ie sthikPuivAyt
I living in northern Broward Coun, last by SALE:
athletic coach and school prtn.clpal !grams. sprays and blocks to date have Wanted MaUItetion falcon AT NO BROKERS
ty Fla. almost as long to driveIn Way Union, one of 11 non.operat. "
,
"Of course like I) Ownar
we comedy
is of Pennsylvania Dutch been condemned by State or Fed. most tall thee bdmoom.S .
his car to Miami airport alIt I ing unions which have been on he toV foote Corvalr Monia 1 d,. AT bath home in THC MOOR.
said. "But most of your comedy Truck driver wanted
descent. All his formal education East anal agencies. There Is far too ..,.. Lark ltd thirlCorvette INQS Central heal and
the Florida .. and air
would Jake.,Mm Jo, fly .by, Jel strike against ,11. d.h."If.
shows not under.toOO' U
Including1 'higher"learning are just much known about the dangers of, codIiennI womb Contact MIf' conditioning. carpeting throughout '
months. ..,
to New : aiwafopl7
.York Coast Cr.
'r. at Kutztown State,. 'Muhlenberg ;: ;- ,by"oatl viewers. Funnylines chemical pesticides to. take a I.kll. L P. G.. M'' 54030 Ch'If.lor JOO 0 dr.pullVelient lo.d.d ....pt I bedroom, Complate .

Taking that and other argu. and Moravian, has been close to The union protested FEC use about Las Vegas don't chance with human life and wild. '!!LL"t: !.--.--._-- -- Falce" Futame I dr. std, and d aitcten,." ....".'Including, Nice screened disposal

merits Into consideration, the ex. Pennsylvania Dutch roots and of non-union personnel to bring mean t thing to them. They'venever life. Since Rachael Carson's China ettendent for ,edvancoment 30 yri orover. AT'mp..1I1 SI! porch, paved driveway. todded

amlner ruled Thursday that Na. traditions. trainloads of construction ma. seen hillbillies or even A f dr. lITlmp.mai lawn Phone Ml SlICe after
book "Silent
tlonal revealing Spring", yNorthPVraiI.mP"iyH.ji: ,. I PM l/Je If
Airlines should be re. leM 1 4 d
heard of them. don't have
Hoppes is secretary of the Hel. terials Into Merrltt Island,where They scientific research has found C.dlI.o OVlle, S dm HT FOR SALE

quired to serve Fort Lauderdale lertown Chamber of Commerce the National Aeronautics and the same political problems, hundreds more cases of ser. Moorintrental UeOmn..hd eerly C.dIU.o. D.VII., 4 d,. HT Lovely cottase comol.I.I" 'u,.

separately from Miami on its an officer of several Pennsyl. Space Administration Is building suburban life or even the same lous contamination. One of the :. Pool Patio, IIH b.dom. Nimbi Onln.n..1.1 wason cr..m AT putt ACC wiSed ho' "IV II 000. Loc..d.
e.stroast route. bath, IJ7JOO a monlh' on 5 high lot nicely lindtcipoded
vania Dutch organizations, and t $750 million facility for launch. kind of reading material. The latest occurred In the lower Mis. available now option to pu,. 10
National began serving Fort active in the PennsylvaniaDutch lug astronaut. to the Moon. result Is that the comedy justIsn't slsslppl where massive and con. chaia Old. II loaded. I IIod.oo" end I III''''. side
Rambler' 4 dr otrerdr
Lauderdale ., .
.
through the Broward funny. k loms nl aom.swm.n.ns
Folkllfe Society. tlnulng fish kills over the last Dodie wason VI, AT
County Airport June 1 1959 but About 3,800 construction work T..o bloch from bllc". compl..ly pool and p."o
The areas of the state heavily ers on Merritt Island and ad la. "I've been in the Philippinesonly three years have been traced to furnlihed, yearly' rental.1.I Plymouth w.|on v I, AT ,sc.n' ft. I..uh', lands.ae'
eliminated
the
service without populated by the PennsylvaniaDutch for three years and a lot toxic organic compounds two of bedroom I bill, IHO 00 a Far VI. AT lot near the beach for only
CAB approval two years ago ex. cent Cape Kennedy honored the month, available November litChanea Is 520.500. Let ut show thia" It youtoday
of the TV jokes are pointless for
are to no small degree bl. lines paralyzing construction. which are dleldrln and endrln. Ford I eyl
aminer Richard A. Walsh said. Con, Reeltnr. The Hoi!
me.
Ford VI. AT
lingual in somewhat the same Not only aquatic life includ.
Although National makes more dey 110 Fourth Ave South. Chevy NT loaded 1 bedroomt. IH. bath large "".
has been
He
sampling an av.
war South Africa is, with It. Young stopped the picketing lug trout, but waterfowl birds Naplei. MI MI/I. o/IOM Ins room, nice kitchen with
than $1.1 million annually from English and Afrikaans with a temporary restraining or. erage of 10 programs a day dur. and people are sensitive to Insec.tlcldes. WOOD CHRYSLER built in aopliancet, large

Broward ticket sales, the exam!. Pennsylvania Dutch is used in der. lie held a hearing earlier ing his New York visit, ranging Before we liberally coat PLYMOUTH, INC. tcreened lake porch overlook.me the

ner said, "It has no apparent all forms of social communlca this week, with the union and from the serious "Profiles In our land, homes and bodies with 1140 N Trail Ml t Mil beach: ,near,,'c.chopping I."d..end center lot.and all

sense of responsibility for pick. NLRB Courage based on the John F. this for ,too
tion. It is widespread in bust presenting cases. DDT, parathion, endrln or any only III

Ing up and at discharging a point more those suit ness and professional life. It is In the background of Young's Kennedy" book, to "Peyton other of the poisonous pesticides WONDERWHERE 40-Aulot Repairs P.ft T. s.' any of tIn mbave .ell

passengers employed in church ,,"Ice.. A Place, based on a spicy best let's investigate. Better to en. VIVIAN 000 REALTOR. 11.
able to their convenience. order Is the repeated labor trou. seller. SlIt Ave ... Phone Ml 14741Aiaociatea
of dialect and dure month two of scratch
grasp the some a or
ble
Since Northeast Airlines isun. at the Cape and Merritt Is.
of the HERE!
the
"From standpoint LOOK
familiarity with the backgroundof lag and swelling than years of Den lu..lu"d 7.lpha Mae"

der CAB order to discontinue the people who use it are land.Last foreign audience, next year'sproduct possible illness, plus the lossof

nights to Florida, Broward Coun. needed for an appreciation of week, space agency labor Is the best I've seen," fish and wildlife. Wondering where to RO r FOR nv.r SALE II..." and
that p.r.TI.MI* inn
ty officials complained the extensive PennsylvaniaDutch expert Stuart Broad iiid that he said. "Most shows would go With your car problemT chopping, tenter, conaieling, of

thousands of passengers would workers often have walked out very well" TO FIND 4 unite I completely furnished
writing that is part of the Factory Finish" Peint' Job
to make puauc NOTICI and the other furimhed
have to to Miami partly
go regular journalistic fare in "at the drop of a hat" with no Philippine audiences, although WrecM CbuttTUneuCs Priced. to toll, good ,.,.... Call

connections. thousands of homes. effort to settle their grievances. they do not find our comedy VIVIAN OQQ. REALTOR for
Walsh said that, if National Some many radio stations feature shows very funny do have some TWELFTH IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF a buyer for your Front and ,Is1""*"' eppointm.nl' to .".... 174 Ith
Broad said In the first five Ave ... Phono Ml J 4741
were compelled to resume stops THE STATE: OF FLORIDA IN AND Motor OverhaulTranemiition
what similar fads Westerns
weekly Pennsylvania Dutch pro. months of 1964 there were 28 FOR COLLIER COUNTYIN car, or a sewing mo- ,
at the Broward airport, its traf. rebuiltlubrication Must secif.c. ..
beginning 1 bdrm
once popular are now CHANCERY I bath
Increase in grams. walkouts at Merritt Island. Since chine to buy, or tome- month old homa. Cell Ml
flc would proportionto C... No ZOO {
the quantity and quality of Its Although this state is the June 1, 1963, he reported there to lose their glamor, he said. FRANCES C. eOlTICKTice to clean raiaa S mel efler I M p .... IIILtf

stronghold of the Pennslvania have been 49 major and minor War shows are holding up well. Florida, one youfhome Folios. t. WeeDon
service since the area has a pas. Michael Dann CBS ot el ? Juil read and .
potential several times Dutch originally mostly Imml. work stoppages, causing 10tlm. program. Plaintiff' I look any further SB-Lot For Sal.
linger from the Palatinate mine vice president already LUCY ANN IALAS lea
grants re. as much lost time as in the pre. ute our
greater than the 110,000 passen. hard at work lining up pro. JOE IALAS PORT ROYAL LotII Oil
of settlementswere Inc.
Chevrolet
glon Germany ceding two year. ., .,. Ingram ,
generated now. lean Drive Fer Sale or TradeWnle
gers per year for the TV season after CLASSIFIED ADS
made also in New York grams D.fend.nil
0 J Herbert. Hit Pact
Walsh's order becomes final In The work stoppages> nave serl. next, believes that "the hospital NOTICE OF SUIT belts It. N Mil 110 "..d. 0.e". Con" .
25 days unless there is a petition Delaware Maryland, Virginia ously delayed construction on THE STATS OF FLORIDA. TO: CALL H..'... Fid.
North Carolina Kentucky nil. show and the lawyer show have LUCY ANN IALAI. whoie addrete GO"DON DRIVE
,
for review. nols Michigan Iowa Wisconsin vital launching facilities and cost had It, and it appears that the le unknown to Plemtifl, THE DAILY NEWS Lane 100' a ISO' tot. .100

His order allows National to the government millions of do!. JOE IALA1. husband of Lucy Ann 44-Mobil Hornet
next that will be *
Kansas, Ohio Georgia, Indiana, thing popularw telea, wh,waddra ss la unknown 2.2107TO UNUSUAL I.,.. 10' 0 'II' lot
serve either Miami or Fort Utu- lars. The space agency estimatedlast be a modified Western form to Plemtilt, Ml 'in CoquIna '.nd..
Oklahoma North Dakota and 10 a 40 aKyhne trailer Ar
:lerdale on its transcontinentalroute. week's three.day walkout FLOYD WALKER. Poet Office, lor
Ontario. emphasis on charcter, not > Conditioning Keeaoneble M' 1W lot In Midge. Lake
Canada, especially lo. 213 AF 0 7)1. Seattle With- PLACE YOUR AD 0
temsMlZS2000mUl
cost one million dollars day. shooting." 2"1 cnNO' a/IIM Area IS 000. good. ,..m,.
"t"v"WALK I". wife of Floyd
I VIVIAN 000. REALTOR
--- Walker, c/. Floyd Walker, Pott Close. Citetel, Trailer with; cabine : 124 tin. Av,. to Ml 24741Aeaociatee
Office 5.. 23J AF>0 731 feet- tnd carport 11000 {, '
lie. W.ihintton bet olfor, Ml I 4III or 1 m" Den Burflund Zelpha,. Hayrt
If the above named persons ,..p... 5/7.frl.t
Personal Income Slowdown lively, be alive and if any of the
ebove nomed penona ere dead, theirreipactive : 45-Trailer. For Rent
unknown heira. daviaeei 59-Acreg
I. ale.'. ri""'". creditora. or all T,..,.,. II a week. with TV
eth,rarIa': or periona claimingIntareafi tIe a ....11 'p... It ,
> a week DISTRESS! t 0.". needcmoneyl
Snnr Nntfi Tn finnH( Timc ...,n.' them by. retpectively h' ,. under and all or .Cl2I11 Cocb Creeb T"..., P.b 10 acme. laM total
Collier County Rail It
newuu vv v ,,, v It. .v... lot periona to have or partiee any naht heirmi: title or claim or I:I In.toretl price,... Ml I.111*. Open Sunday. .

\In and to the following d.. 48-Apti. For RentElliciancieo 1/70,
NEW YORK AP A slow
) -
( high hopes wi which business is terged," lend. I lying end being In
down In the growth of personal now basing Its planning Collier County Florida ,..,,: erIdonts DELUXE; ACHEAuUApproiimalaly :
feet of the ..... II.O.G'OTiti 4SO ecree, near
The welt 4)0 .h
In ,
incomes for the first time Ml
Personal debts are rising. ( ,,..
III feet of the "0" "....' Oyuerter taos or Ml I III city of Oolden 0 HMO
months Is about the only sour And these often represent prior of the eoulhweit flu.".' of the per ecre. Ml IIWIt .
note in the lilting chorus of claims when the "." "..., ou."" Section II.Tewnihia Ownevu I.,.. ',."...... .11. (/ .jI2l|
repayment
M touth. Range It Saul; c,01 Aor c_. Stnacr.tt
good times. weekly paycheck is up for dls. EXCCPTINQ, me wet 2H feet Ape. Ml 5 usa' .. MlS.bol 1-2712.
Most business news has beenso tributlon. '''.,.of. previously conveyed toCoHier 65-Gen. Reel Estate
County Florid.S. .. Shorts Apts.
much better than expectedin The May figures for personal .,hNfI111 le hereby notified' that VIA MOUND LIVING. '
the now ending that SOJTICK at al, hesell.d Modern. OIT THI stY TO A HOME
spring incomes the total at sea. ono bedroom
put s their eworn Amended Compiemt and .4 ,...t "ou.... !Iu'
HOMII
about the only worry has been: serially adjusted annual rate of m the Circuit Court. Twelfth table l.e.n.y M Apes furniahed,, TV 110"''' T'": k,ntI : .., .......
Is It too good to last? Judicial, Circuit. In and for Collier Monthly or veer only your family to irate them
about $483 billion.! This wouldbe '...".> Ml 1 4411 Kelly Hr. endreco ,
warm
County .rod., egelnot each of end make them into
Personal spending Is the big. about $i.25 billion above the you aa Dafendanta ...k.". to Avo. IIU' friendly heven of phyticol.1 torn-

Celt bulwark of the economy. It revised April rate which at q.et their Mia to the above.deeenbed 2 eID"OO' UN'U"NISHID fort and apintual blue Meywe
reel 1.11 alert looking your
you
is broader than either govern first was estimated to have Each of you la further notified that APT G"IIN AC"n MI HOME help TODAY
1 one
ment or business spending. The topped March by $2.2 billion. you ere required to Mo your written '111.1'Hou.

steady climb In personal in* One A".... in the Office of the .. ..... ...... at ......", ., 1 bedroome. 1H katha.
reason that personal In* Clerk of the Circuit Court MI and for ,.... MI I miFurn. "/lltt Brookudo "uoe
come totals has strengthened comes are expected to go on Collier, County Florida in the Court -
Florida, 111 lOG 1100 I bathe,
Houte In Soil Naoiee on or
c t/_" _______. __. ___ this bulwark. This in turn has rising, at whatever rate, is that before I July. IM4 and to ..... .... TV.I bdrm Air Cone...*.. 741 trtnlen,. '4th. 1 Ciena bedroome.Ave. 111.100
and trade Aniwor FMeintiffi
bolstered Industry the very business boom Itself a copy of aaid upon -
or neon William, M. Oracely A.e *. MI f 4111 |/|... | bedrooma.loath..
Miami Beach Vacation and above all has inspired hopes will generate expanded pay. plaintiff. Attorney herein whoteeddreae Fnshod I 1Mm...,, ,.peru.went. Coconut Grave "'.101
Roscoe Presents that the general upturn will continue rolls. If all of the corporate le ,4I Fifth Avenue South MUle tIn,, em. b.tcl,'
PLEASE
Neple' Florida on or before aeiddate end |V APPOINTMENT
bte
into the foreseeable future. tn MI s.epyfiSodlObfli ,
plans for spending on n.w. otherwiae ...d Amended Comploint .
norida Pavilion :
EVERYBODY GETS INTO THE ACT at the at And personal Income did plants and equipment are car. will be I.biecanfacube .. Turnianed ..!.,..nc, See Naples. South and Model.
the rtne retrievlncduck tee Ho pets children. Ml ,
or
the Nw York Worlds Fair. Here.Naples.ROsCt Interrupts Ills duck climb In May. The only disappointment rind out, there will be new Jobs you be entered and o Decree aaainat Pro V..Confeteowill 1 >JI? y M> |.MM 4HIFurniehad Hornet on dupllyAteocletet.

from Caribbean Gardens in SandY Rockmore select the is that it's growthwas and longer work weeks WITNeSs my hand ai Clerk of said one-bdr;:-apt:-;neerbeach :
vaudeville performance to help Mine about half that of And Circuit Court of Colder County lie.. 505 par mo veer 'round Lucille''' 0". viral Marcum
Miami lWach. only employment totals did
winner of wHk' free vacation In tabuloul 'lbe Coup Me and the tool of the aaid Court. I **111'. set' l41" loll JaesorDEWEY
a Motel. A--d.tn Is giving aWIY April. Available signs show in May to a record 71 mil at Caet N....*. Collier Covntv. Flu. J/II'M '
Southern Florida Hotel and d. of Juno. AD tMMAROARET POLLY:
,dae.tth.I v '
of these vacations each day ot the Fair at the Florida June prett much like May lion, with 81,000 new jobs In T SCOTT TtNANTS: WANTID

one Pavilion. things honest. aoacoe II liked to select the U May Is a new trend rather manufacturing alone. The fac. Clerk of.the Circuit Court One "" 'M. tum..sh.d ..... I'd REALTY
To keep front the Collier ...-.v. Florida" Ave. South. Call Tommy Cehac.
final winner after a child. chosen at random audience, than an exception the question tory work week was the longest COURT stALl UI 2 2055 or SItu.
of CCII'CUIT of let A... Ue. 4
this
selects four aemi.tlnaIIsU. In the tint few days aurae becomes Can personal )lie and the overtime hours the It .n MAQlt.LOee.dv 5IlWFtfMo.0 Corner Tamiamt. Trail.

flotvretter in the Honda Pavilion registrations ran up to 1.000per sumption expand enough& and highest for any May in nearly I. U. I' '"Cle'sJn lS4 stat Drive Orrfullj And Uve n'ac M'cud '.J69........ .t oumoto e/ll.tf, Ml I 241SI

day. fast enough, to justify all jf the 10 years



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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Frld.y, Jan 1), 19(4 i"1 ..,

A Barry Against RightsBill Crop Of 1964 Campaign




; Reactions Mixed C Cs Ct Buttons About To Bloom \.

-

WASHINGTON (AP) ten. But a Southern Democrat, WASHINGTON (AP) The Among the findings:
Barry Goldwater' decision to Sen. Allen J. EUender of Louis. 1964 crop of political campaign Campaign banners waved In

vote against the civil rights bill lana, says that If Goldwater, t i iJ buttons Is about to bloom In full ancient Athens Supporters of
has triggered a warning from front-runner for the GOP nomination flower Roman candidates scrawled Bio.

Pennsylvania Gov William W, votes against the measure It promises to surpass the gang on stone road markers.
Scranton that It means the sen he could carry the South showing of 1960, when an estl. Alexander the Great, In the
ator would be unable to defeat against the President. mated 200 million buttons were 4th century B.C., sent diver
President Johnson next Novem. Their reactions came shortly distributed to proclaim which buttons to constituents.In .
ber after Goldwater had told the candidate the wearer wanted to the Smithsonian's striking

Senate late Thursday he is "un see win. new display, there's a real! log
alterably opposed to discrimination Any casual! visitor to the Republican cabin, signaling the start of the

Raising Debt of any sort" but Is opposedto National Conventionnext "Tippecanoe and Tyler too"
the bill because two sectionsof month can pick up a chest hoopla of 1840.
It "fly In the face of the full In an hour; the same will There's a most life-like torch
Ceiling Next On Constitution." be true at the August conventionof light parade, typical of the time

He said he feels these two sea the Democrats.And when marching Wideawakes

Senate Agenda lions the public accommodations this distinctive part of boomed Abraham Lincoln In
and equal employment titles Americana has now come Into 1860, complete with banners and

WASHINGTON (AP) The are a threat to Individual its own, with the opening of a bandannas, and even Including

Senate has another urgent pieceof freedoms. sprightly and scholarly display a boy and his dog, the boy upa
business to take up soon Goldwater Is known to feel complete with a torchlight pa. tree waving a flag and the dog
after it disposes of the civil that the reaction to his decision rade- t the Smithsonian Instl.tutlon. obviously contributing barks to
.h
rights bill-legislation to raise might knock out of his column I /I'j the excitement.

'" /ate oaf 11i the national debt celling by $9 some of his Republican Nation. I For the first time, the Smith.
billion to$3Z4billion. al Convention delegates.But .- t Ionian's elaborate collection of
TIIERE IS NOT MUCH left of the old frame Naples Hotel, which Unless the Senate acts by the Arizona senator Insist. presidential campaign buttons, Albertville In

hosted winter visitors by the thousands from 1887 through 1962. Work- July 1, the debt limit will drop ed Thursday he had voted as a PATTERNS starkly banners and other paraphernaliahas

I men cart away materials, piece by piece, while steam radiators and automatically to $285 billion, matter of principle, not of political against the sky, a mesh pat been given a showplace in Rebels' Hands

parts of the building still standing present a forlorn sight. well below the actual debt. expediency.One tern of steel girders stretch. the Hall of Historic Americansin ,

(NEWS photo) Prompt action Is expected possible effect: To underscore es across the New York nar. the magnificent new Museum

If Congress falls to act, the the differences between rows as work continues on of History and Technology. Reports Claim
Treasury would be forced to Goldwater and Scranton who Is the VerrazanoNarrowi To set up the display, the

halt all borrowing Immediatelyand his 11th hour challenger for the Bridge It will be the longestand Smithsonian curators, especial. LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo '

probably would have to de.fault nomination.That heaviest suspension ly Herbert Collins, assistant cu. (AP) Albertville, capital of 1
"
I / 4AItr on some of Its obligationswithin Is what Scranton has bridge in the world rator, drew heavily from the col. North Katanga on the shores of

I two weeks.Vote been trying to do since he lection donated by Ralph E, Lake Tanganyika, is believed to 6 N
launched his campaign last Fri. Becker, 57, a Washington lawyerand have fallen to antigovernment

day. Goldwater conceeds that Turk Premier civic leader who has spent rebels, messages reaching Leo.
civil rights Is one point on which more than 30 years rounding up poldvllle said today.

OnRights they disagree. scarce items One airline pilot reported the
Loses Test Vote
Scranton quickly sought to The collection, numbering\ city's airfield was thick with
turn the Goldwater decision Into around 80,0001tems, reflects Ms armed men and truckloads of

rM ammunition for his own cru. Over CyprusANKARA Interest in the colorful side of rebels were reported heading
Due sade. In declaring It means American politics. toward the town from the north.
Goldwater cannot defeat Johnson Turkey (AP) Why do people like to wear Messages from Albertville

next November, Scranton Prime Minister Ismet lnonu buttons, badges and the like? and Elisabeth villa said the for.

said, "The overwhelming majority failed to win clearcut support Becker told a reporterl mer city's European populationof

By TonightWASHINGTON of people In America fa. from Parliament today on his "Well, there's the matter of about 200 was In a state ol
II vor the civil rights bill" government's handling of the showing allegiance. It'. a form panic. A number of whites es.

Sens. Kenneth B. Keating and Cyprus issue and announced he of hoopla. Like a cheering squadit raped from Albertville Thurs.

(AP) End. Jacob K. Javits of New York, Intended to resign. helps drum up support for the day night aboard a lake steam.er .

Ing It, long historic debate, the foes of Goldwater's bid for the Inonu, who formed a minority team" these messages said.
Senate Is expected to pass the nomination, both criticized the government at Christmas time The National Geographic Radio messages from the city
civil rights bill by nightfall to. senator. last year, had been scheduled to Society in a study it made of gave a confused picture It was

day Bat Ellender : \\dhe "If 'he go to Washington this weekendto the phenomenon of campaign not known whether there had
The House Is poised to start votes against this .Is go. confer with President John. paraphernalia, traced the origin been any fighting between the

action on It Immediately so that log to give the President a tough son on the Cyprus crisis back to antiquity. rebels and Congolese soldiers.

it can be In President Johnson's battle." ---
hands by July 4. Goldwater himself has said -
scam the Republicans need tte Southto :", < .1. .
Senate leaders said a
4 showed about four hours survey of win this year.Goldwater '" ,t' iI.f"y ,:.,,'. H". .) ";, ',
announ-ed his civil 1<( \
speeches are left and estimatedthis 1 ': q' '11'1t/: '
rights vote after telling former :. I : f, .
would mean final passageby ;;&i
6 p.m. President Dwight D. Elsenhow \.>I ", '

f' jam'SCATTERED All 100 senators are expectedto er about It In a secret flying tlt T. I '. "

be on hand, Including ailing visit to Gettysburg, Pa. !! /, .. 'I) .,
-.. ------- -- Sen. Clair Engle, D-Callf. It was "We had a general discussionfor ,>9. '. fft ,)
that about an hour," he said backin ff.:,. :II''ft "\ : ,
predicted 75 or more would .1
ROOF AND FLOOR timbers and a few walls are all vote for passage Washington. c>,. .i' 1 .' 'iJo..! .. 1 ., .... ,,! } ,
(
that remain of the old Naples Hotel. Reilly Brothers salvage firm fJ. 'iy.r' .' "
"I'm hoping for 77 or 78, -- I' ...
I is getting close to the end of its work Much of the wood from the said Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, "I t

77-year-old hotel will be used in building cattle sheds in central D.Minn., the bill's floor manag. Court Puts Dade ,. '"'r
\
Florida. (NEWS photo) er.The Tax On Homes \ ,,"!!" ,. ...;: I Ito'
leaders obtained 71 Votes Up .. r.", I
to Impose the debate-limiting Down On BusinessMIAMI
cloture last week. But some of J;

Castro Farm Production New Quake the 29 senators who Were (AP-A. Judge Thurs.
.
against cloture have announced day ordered Dade' County to tl y
I they will be In the "ayetJ col. raise taxes for most homeown. r

umn today ers and cut them on business

Low But He's ConfidentHAVANA Rocks Jap The House scheduled a session properties by doubling the tax 4P'V

today so It could be ready to re. assessments.The .
celve the bill back from the Sen. ruling by Circuit Court
(AP)-Cuba's laM ers will have autonomy In the
Samuel Smith of Lake
ate as soon as the vote Is taken. Judge
reform chief draws a bleak pic dally handling of their regionsbut House leaders said they even City, If upheld, would mean
ture of farm production under will operate under plans and City Again .
would meet Saturday If necessary higher tax bills next Novemberfor
the Castro regime, but he claims
goals prepared at the national should Senate action come some 150,000 homeowners.All .
most pressing agricultural prob. level. too late. won't be doubled. Business
'lens will be solved by 19G6. Rodriguez revealed these 19G3 NI1GATA, Japan (AP- Southern House members al. and commercial properties S Nllrh, "
This will entail major chang. production figures which Indl.' Another earthquake rocked this T
ready have announced they will would get tax cuts of 15 to 20 rI
es In the organization of agrl. cated things have not been go. northern port city tonight as It force the bill Into the Rules per cent.
culture Introduced after Fidel struggled with the aftermath ofTuesday'
ing well down on the farmst '
Committee, presided over by 'In effect, we're commandedto
Castro came to In 1959 quake-Japan'a most
power Rice 408 million pounds veteran Howard W. Smith, [). double the roll," advised f
and partial mechanization of the violent In 40 years.Buildings .
compared with
670.7 million In
Va., an opponent of the civil County Attorney Darrey Davis
sugar harvest with 100 Soviet 1960.Potatoes.171.8, already weakenedon
rights bill. "We can comply or we can ape
cane cutters. Tuesday suffered damage.
million pounds It will take a number of daysto peal."

Ident Carlos of the Rafael National Rodriguez Agrarian,pres. compared with 211,8 millions In But reports there of were new deaths no immediate or In. pry the bill out of that groupif Smith held that Dade's prac. ., ---w "' .v..e .,J. o.-.o; .___ --.c "11... _
I960. Smith balks at prompt action, tlce of assessing property at
Reform Institute, revealed con. Tomatoes 184.8 million Juries. and House leaders want the about 50 per cent of its full cash OFFICERS of the Florida Cattlemen's Association have their hands

tern pi a ted changes In farm pounds against 192.5 million In Te Central Meteorological time to begin running. soon value Is Illegal under a state full this week with more than 100 members and wives meeting in the
methods and the for Agency said the new quake,
themIn-an Interview reasons, 1960. centered In the Sea of Japan off as possible law calling for "just value." Annual convention nt the Port St. Lucie Hotel & Country Club. Shown
Cotton 21.4 million pounds The Senate has adopted more The Columbia County judge, above arc left to right Oscar
Lee
standing Partin Kissimmee treasurer
In two year, Rodriguez said, Nllgata, struck the port on the ,
compared with 30.4 million In than 100 amendments to the called In to hear the case when
with nagging problems out of northwest coast with a force of 3 ; and L. II. Turner, Sarasota, second vice president; sealed, Bill
1961. Judge Harold Vann asked to be
version
the way, "we'll be In full development on the Japanese scale, which has original House 290 to 130 passed on Feb.by 10 but the excused, admitted his ruling Boynton, Tallahassee, executive committeeman, president Ralph W.
which will enable us to a maximum of 7. Cellon of Alachua and \V
D. Roberts
Immokalee vice
has preserved all its essential could prompt a "march on the first president.
achieve our goal of a 10.million. Tuesday's disastrous quake "
elements courthouse. (Photo by Ed Gluckler)
ton which death and destruc
sugar crop In 1970. Aid spread (
House have said
Foreign -
sponsors theywere --- ---- --
Rodriguez, a member of the tlon over 200 miles of Japan'snorth
willing to accept the Sen.
Cuban Communist hierarchy west coast, was rated at ,
ate changes and Speaker JohnW.

long declined before to comment Castro won on the power out., 5.The new quake hit as NUgata McCormack, D-Mass., voiced PACKAGE STORECORNER
Stirring Up confidence the bill would reach NEB
look for the current sugar hart firemen were bringing under the White House before July 4.
vest. Castro has classified pro. control a raging oil fire, set .
Twenty nine senators took the
durtlon secret, ablaze by the earlier tremor.
top
Western and Eastern Europe. Hornet's Nest V.s Air Force planes para final floor statements Thursday to for make or against their 8th ST. and 12th Ave. So

an sources here speculate the chilled another 14 tons of firefighting
the bill and, In some Instances,
will be somewhat above chemical foam to Nllga.
crop WASHINGTON (Ap-presl. to disclose how they would vote AnnouncingTHE
last year's reported 3.8 million dent Johnson's foreign Aid chief ta'. weary people. An air. on passage.The a
tons U.S. forecasters In Wash. pilot said a block-square stor.
urged the Senate today to au. molt dramatic announce
Ington have predicted a drop to age tank complex on the water.
.
thoil/e his full $3. .bllllon request ment came from Sen. Barry
3.3 million tons, less than half "the front was still burning fiercely,
as realistic
tight, candidate for his party's preil.
the 1960.6t output.A minimum"" needed in the strug. shooting flames 300 to 400 feet dentlal nomination

thorough overhaul of Cuba's gle against communism and Into the air, as his plane madea He ended the speculationabout OPENING
farming organization Is. plannedby poverty. pass over the stricken city. his
position by annour.c. O
the end of this year, Rodrl. A few minutes before the new
David
E. Bell
administrator
Ing he would reluctantly vote
guez said. An Immediate objective quake, Mlgata's fire chief said OF THE
of the
Agency for International "no" because he felt two key
will be decentralization of the fire was being contained In
Development AID carriedon sections of the bill "fly In the
day.to.day control Johnson's fight before the the oceanfront refinery area face of the constitution." These New Cove Drive-In
"We have found It Is not pos. Senate Foreign Relations Com. where more than 90 storage are the public accommodationsand
stble to run agriculture from tanks went up In flames afterTuesday'
m It tee as the President's stand employment titles
-
Havana," said Rodriguez. quake.
against any cuts stirred up a HHUU_____ ____ uuuu Package Store
Already under way Is the con. hornet's nest In the House Ap. |
solldatlon of some 800 state proprUtlons Committee, 'j
farms Into {SO production units "The outlook
Is that Johnson !!
of 250,000 to 500,000 acres each will win, or come close to vie :
The consolidated units will when ll-member .
tory an House '
specialize In particular crops Appropriations subcommittee : OUR SPECIALS FOR FATHER'S DAY

Rodriguez said their manag. sits down next week to make :

'the initial 1 money decisions even ,18oHD
before the Senate acts on the
Indian Chief As authorization bill which sets a 1-Fifth Bells Reserve Scotch 1-Fifth Fleischmann Gin

Elusive In Death Ing.ceilings for foreign aid spend. '' / # I 1-Fifth Five Flags Vodka 1-Fifth Relska Vodka

Bell testified at a closed ses. 1 1-Fifth 6 Yr. Cabin Still Str. Bourbon 1-Fifth Fleischminn Preferred Blend
As He Was Alive
ston. A
of his
copy opening
HOBARl, UKla. (AP-Klowa statement was made public. ** YOUR HEALTH RESORTSUNDAY..FATHER'S ALL 3 for $14.50 ALL 3 for $12.50
But attention
Indian Chief Big Bow has was concentrate
ed on what the )House Approprl. DAY
proved to be as elusive In death
u he was when he was alive. atlons subcommittee, headed by Ont-12W 01. 1959 Cruse White
Rordeau Wine
Rep. Otto Passmar AU 3
Reburial ceremonies set for ,, D.La., may COMPLETE
One-12 Oi. Calver Vin Rote'
Wine
next Saturday have been post do.This 1.95
poned Indefinitely because the tory of subcommittee cutting the aid has a his. TURKEY DINNER One-12V4 Oi. 1959 Calve Beaujolais Red Burgundy 5.00
program,
remains, thought to have been
the House usually sustains Pass.
burled on alarm near this
man's Children Under 12 $1.75
recommendations after
southeastern Oklahoma town, they clear the 1-Fifth Light or Dark Rum 1-Fifth Highland Queen Scotch
5o.r'ember '
par.
carfKot be located. COMPLETE SATURDAY BUFFET $1.95
eat Appropriations committee.Passman : : 1-Fifth Ralska Vodka .Fifth Guckenhelmer Blend Whiskey
Big Bow, who died at the turn YOU AND ICTTV ONAU
HOSTSICNACUC
claims tie"' cuts have : lor all cc..,ont 1-Fifth Canada Gin Gin
at 68
century Dry 1-Fifth Gilbey
of the was once I
exceeded $8 billion In nine years : CALL WY"'OII S WI ON THC: TRAIL
the 'terror of the tron.
known as
tier," He surrendered to mill. u chairman <' ALL 3 for $15.50 All 3 for $12.75R

tarjr authorities In 1874 and lat.er 1
served a. an Army scout Everyone Reid The NEWS