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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Up About 8 Per Cent l t M Gen. Maxwell Taylor Named Ambassador







Public School HearingOn BudgetSet lA a. Lodge Quits Viet Post ;









For July 6thThe ( ;' : Will Plug For ScrantonWASHINGTON



CountySchool Boardmeet. which is estimated at $468 for

Ing in special session yesterday 196445.
afternoon, cave tentative appro. The tentative budget 43pagesIn
val ot a $3,465,000 budget forthe bound form. was presented bj (AP) Henry with appeals to hate kept at a
1964.65 school year and set July Finance Officer Robert Stowell, Cabot Lodge has resigned as minimum. lie said he Intended Ar
6 as the date for a public hear. and received compliments from v s ambassador to South Viet Nam to make no such hate appeal

Ing board members. and will be succeeded by Gen.
The budget Is up about eight percent Superintendent W.D. Reynoldssaid Maxwell D. Taylor President RF SEES A DUTY
over 1963.64snd the millage members of his staff have Johnson announced today. Lodge's letter of resignationwas
rate will go up slightly. The bud. been preparing the budget since x -. Johnson also told a news ron. dated June 19 and John

I get Is based on an assessed val. early February. He also advised feren e that U. Alexis Johnson, son'a letter ot acceptance with The or
that members of the board had
1 uatlon of $170,000,000.The T presently an assistant secretaryof regret was dated today
mlllage for the support and been studying the budget for the state and a veteran foreign Lodge said he was resigning By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
maintenance segment of the bud. past week.Movie. service career officer will become "entirely for personal reasons"and

get was set at 7.22 mills. The deputy ambassador a Ya yr the tone of his letter Indicated MOSCOW (A P)-Soviet labor
rate for the Interest and sink. Beauties new post.Taylor no policy disagreementswas camp have become country

Ing fund was set at 1.8 mills now chairman of the e Involved. clubs, where drunkards, proctl.
The total mllUge as revealedIn Joint chiefs of staff will be sue. i Text of Lodge's statement totes and other "parasites" en.
the budget, 8.82 mills, Is up Stay Clear Of ceeded In that post by Gen "I resigned as ambassador to joy sunbathing, good food and
.15 of a mill above the 8.67 mill Earle G. Wheeler now Army 1HENRY Viet Nam because I believe It vodka, the government paper
levy in 1961-64. r chief of Itarf.Johnson Is my duty to do everything thatI Izvertla complaint.
Tax Assessor Sam Coldlnghas Topless SuitsBy 6 said Secretary De. can to help Gov. Scranton win The social misfits sent to de.
not reported the assessed valua. i t wr fense Robert S. McNamara has for president, tentlon renter for rehabilitation"are
tlon of the county property for BOB THOMASAP d.f not yet recommended a sue. "I also have accepted an Invl. Just warming themselves

196445 and the $170,000,000 fig. Movle.Televislon Writer censor to Wheeler In the top tatlon to address the resolutions In the sun and they are fed.
ure Is an ,estimate the proposed Army post. committee of the Republican They should be made to work

school budget. HOLLYWOOD (AP) What Lodge said In a prepared party."I from dawn to dusk and they
The increase In costs followsin do movie beauties think of the JwMlm statement that he was quittinghis am deer lyr grateful for the should be punished more," said
the footsteps of Increased en. proposed topless bathing suit post In Saigon to give all CABOT LODGEthe many courtesies extended to Itvestla.

rollment in the county schools. for women? the help he could to Pennayl. my wife and m* In Viet Nam
It was revealed that the opening None appears to be embracing vania Gov William W. Scran. and have enjoyed my service SEOUL, South Korea (AP-
date enrollment in 1963was4,200 the idea, although some ton's 11th hour bid to stop the quickies such as Johnsonhas h.re. Truly It makes us sad to Three South Korean University
whereas 4,700 are expected this opine that the fashion might too' w g7a nomination of Goldwater by the held before.In leave... students went on trial before a
fall. In 1954 the enrollment was might catch on. addition to announcing the
convention. military court today charged
Republican Johnson said the country had
r. In South Viet Nam
1,749 students. The controversy began whena a big changes with Insurrection for directingthe
John on again expressed this and the Pentagon Johnson told I been fortunate to have had
NEW SCHOOL New York fashion house featured country's determination to help the Lodge's dedicated service In the r. c e n t demonstrations
swim suits without the South Viet Nam resist Commu. reporters delicate South Viet Nam post. against the government of President .
Sea Gate Elementary School -The United States and the
will open in the fall to provide conventional top generally associated nisi aggression and to continue Soviet Union have entered Into And, he said, he was fortunate ( Chung flee Park.
J classrooms for the Increased with feminine beach flights over Laos when ever for scientific co. In getting Taylor and Johnsonto After 40 minute of pre.
an agreement
'; enrollment. Twenty-one teachers wear. Orders poured In from Tv Tvw representatives of the International operation on methods of desalt. go to Viet Nam. llminary deliberation the court
many stores, but beach clubs..herlff'l granted a defense motion for
will be added to the county staff Control Commission are Ing sea water. In this connection Johnson
which numbered 212 last school offices and several mil. barred from Inspecting the area. He expressed the hope that commented that Taylor has dls.played postponement until Friday.
lion males In
were placed
year. More than half of the sup. per. The news conference was a this could lead to Important de.velopment outstanding qualities ot
port and maintenance approprla. plexlty. hurriedly set up artilr-one of In this field. leadership In the past dedlca. PORT AU PRINCE Haiti.
Is the fashion for real? AP) President Francois Du.valler
(
tlon to and know
democracy
lions will go for instructional pur. -After the civil rights bill be.
-- - - -
Several film figures were expressed hope Monday
or a total of $1,666,759, edge of the way of Communistubv.rllon
poses asked how they felt about the comes law, he Intends to appeal that Halt! would Improve its relations .
compared to $1,516,401 In 1963. A TOPLESS SWIM SUIT and right on Fifth and aggression.
Woman Dies As to the people to "observe the
nude deal. \ with other nation and
Deputy ambassador Johnson
Avenue Of course little Trad lynn Eddy, daughter "
law of fie land.
64.The Vivien Leigh "The, women In create a climate favorable /or
; will -to Couth
go Vet Nina and
'"
new budget raises Collier and Mrs. WirUam"S. is onlyseven ''
of Mr. Eddy'll
Japan bathe at the seashore -II* U proud of the record of foreign Investment.
County spending per pupil from without bothering with a top, so months old and isn't quite sure what it's all Jefep Hits Canal; Congress so far, but many Im. Taylor head up arrives the' VJS. mission until Addressing the National As.

$414 In 1963.64 per pupil to $442. why shouldn't women be al. about, but if she tries this 15 years from now portant legislative recommendations embly after he was sworn In
This is above the reported $361
state.wldeinFlor. lowed to do It In California? well (NEWS photo) Driver ChargedDee still must be acted] upon a* president for life, Duvaiur
spent per pupil There should be an age limit on by one house or the other and Space Flight Set declared that all underd
ida but below the national
average
In some cases by both houses
those who are eligible to wear Wilton Underbill of Im. veloped countries need foreign
the style." He mentioned In this connect Around ChristmasHOUSTON investment
molt alee was charged with fall
Debbie Reynolds: "I don't School Board tlon his antipoverty program
to have his vehicle under
Accepts Ing
Catholic Church think the topless suit will catchon. control following an accident at special aid to the Appalachianarea Tex. (AP) The BOMBAY, India (AP) The
and health insurance first manned Gemini la Investlgat.
Reality can seldom meas. '7:50 last night on S.R. spar Indian government
Studying Birth sure up to men's Imaginations. 29 which p.m took the life d Mary Johnson said he hopes| to get flight I I. now scheduled for about Ing a cries'of explosions In the

Control Pope Says You can put me down as saying 58-Acre Gift Of Land Frances Carter of LaBelle. as much of his legislative pro. Chrlatmastlm this year former Portuguese territory of
I think the fad will be a flat Mrs. Carter was a passenger gram enacted as possible. Manned Spacecraft Center of. Goa.An
bust." -While dodging any guess as flclals have been saying the official spokesman said
VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope In the jeep pickup truck drivenby
Kim Novak to the Republican presidential two.man flight would be mad was killed and mu.
: "All or nothing one person
Paul VI said today that the Underhill In a northerly dlr.
Roman Catholic Church is at all." From Marco Developers ectlon. When they reached a point nominee, Johnson said he hoped "late this year" or "In the last nlclptl offices In four towns
Felicia for a high.type of campaign quarter of the "
damaged.
studying the birth control problem Farr; "Bosoms are about 21 miles north of Ever. year were
"
In the light of new develop for boudoirs. glades, Underhill last control of

mends, presumably contraceptive Angle Dickinson: "They'reJust ,, With a minimum of discussion on 6,700 acres to be developedIn the truck and It plunged Into Income Rising Faster Than CostsCounty
great-4o wear while sham.
pills. But he barred their one's at yesterday morning's special the near future. He said the the canal.
use by Catholics for the present. poring hair in the privacy William Randolph who cam*by
pf one's home." session the County School Board MIDC held about 10,000 acreson I
He also admonished Roman Elke Sommer "1 hate them. accepted the gift of 58 acres the Island and when the remainder shortly after the accident rushed
Catholic prelates to stop discus. : them to the clinic at Immokalee
sing the new pills publicly and I go around nude at home, buI I: on Marco Island as future school of the holdings are where Mrs. Carter was reported Woqe Earners Better Off

he promised that Church studies wouldn't wear one of those. sites which Included. four 12- developed other school sites will I dead on arrival Underhill received v
on the subject would be published Show a man too much too often acre sites art) a 10-acre addi- be offered the board. only minor Injuries.
as soon as possible.But and he'll get tired of it." tion to Tommie Barfield School. Rogers also moved that a letter Mrs. Carter Is survived by her SPECIAL TO THE NEWS of round steak fie can get an suit, formerly a 27 t ohour it.m.
he Indicated that so far Connie Stevens "1 suppose The offer was made by the of appreciation be forwarded husband, Stumps Carter of La NEW YORK The average automobile tire ((6.70 x 15J) with can now be bought with just 20
they're okay If you have the Collier County worker has been the proceed d some 11 hours hours of work.
to Island the Belle Funeral
he had found no reason approve Marco Development Cor to firm. This was unan- arrangements are
general use of the pills. figure and the nerve. Anyhow,, poration, represented by James imously accepted by the board. pending at the Richard A. Pit. bettering his economic position of work. The report reveal also, the
I'm It safe and In recent taken wide that still .xt.t.
He discussed the birth control playing keepingmy for tman Funeral Home In Naples years The changes that have gap between
problem in a speech which also husband (Jim Stacey) home Venselarchltecturalengineer Even though his cost of Itv. plat throughout the United States the buying power of the American
included mention of the International from the beaches this summer." the firm.At e e e Ing has been going up his In. and the comparison of present. worker and that of his Counterparts ,
Eucharistic Congress to Mamie Van Doreni "I alreadyown last Monday's regular session Another agenda Item, dealingwith come has been moving upwardat day workllmes with those of 1933 In other countries.
be held in Bombay in Novem. a topless cult but I haveno the board heard Vensel and a proposal that Collie rCounty Saved !Money By a faster rate. are reported by the National Th loaf of bread that s tan

her, and Christian unity Indian intention of wearing it in others of the corporation make add $10,000to the building fund Speeding Fine Without putting In any more dustrlal Conference Board and tory worker In this country la
sources have said he has :public." their offer but held back acceptance shortage at Edison Junior College effort than h* did 10 year ago by the Bureau of Labor Stall. able to buy after only five mln.

agreed to visit India for that pending a check with the was tabled after discus- ALBANY, N.Y. (AP-Harlan In term of hours of labor h* tics ute on the job rtqulr U minutes .
event. Yank Soldiers State Department; T Educationon : sion which showed opposition. Weaver will tell you speed pays. finds h* can live more luxuriously Some Idea of the extent of this In Paris or West Berlin,
On birth control, the Pope did minimum acreage for school Mrs. Jones had made the pro- than h* did then. change 1* brought out In the fig 19 minutes In Tokyo, 24 mln.utea .
not specifically mention contra Reach ThailandBANGKOK sites. posal at last Monday's meeting The speedometer on Weaver's The Increase In his Income urts, which show the amount of In Madrid and 39 minutes
automobile was stuck at 80 A has more than made for the time that the American
ceptlve pills. But his reference up average In Moscow
The MIDC last offer that construction bids
seemed clear. It was the first Thailand (AP- Monday relating garageman said It would cost Increase In his living cost. worker must put In to buy var.
time he had spoken In such About 50 soldiers of the UA ed four elementary sites of 12 hlghe r than expected w 111 hamper $20 to repair. The average working man In Ions consumer Items.A In the last decade, it I* shown
25th Division reliably re. each and additional at the the cost of living has advanced
terms. were acres an building college. Collier County !now earns enough dozen egg, grade A, re.
ported today to have arrived in eight acres of property adjacentto It was brought out In the meet Monday Weaver was caughtIn In only 19 minutes on the job, for quires 13 minute of work today about 14 per cent in the United
His words came amid grow. Thailand to help stockpile mill the now existing Tommie Bar- ing that Collier County will pay a radar trap and fined $1 0. 'example, to buy a pound of coffeeor compared with 26 minute ten State.
.
discussion Roman But the radar apparently
Ing among cor.rected
tary equipment due here this field School on the Island. state requirements of $14,170 and'' a pound of bacon. Ten years years ago. This rise has been more than
Catholics about the use of con. an electrical fault
,
traceptlve pills. There have week. to the college next year. I lr L 1 the speedometer works perfect ago they would, hav.Involved con.klderably A pair of nylon stocking takes offset In Collier County by the
said
Ullltary informants CHECKS WITHSTATE addition the students $75 I more working time. 23 minutes a* against 37 mine Increase in per capita Income,
been that they pay ly
suggestions another 60 to 70 men were expected now. By putting In 30 minutes of ties previously which amounted to 117 per cent
might be used to regulate the County Superintendent of tuition to the college.
to follow for the opera. Weaver figures he saved $10. I labor he It 1 able to buy a pound A medium-price man's wool In the period.
menstrual cycle so the rhythm tlon, described as a buildup of Schools W.D. Reynolds reported It was thought that a re-
method could be used with American strength in this stra. yesterday that the state require- cedent" would be set In making I I'

greater precision The Church teglc Southeast Asian country. ments set 10 acres as a mini- the contribution and School ; :/ ::1tt .," it. !
:
rejects contraceptive devicesbut Five U.S. ships carrying mum for elementary schools and Board Attorney Ben Parks related "' \..', ". ",' ,.,

permits the rhythm system. trucks, armored personnel car 20 acres for high schools there were no statutes say 9V x ; riI
Pope Paul said he hoped the tiers, signal equipment, ammu Vensel advised the board that ing the board could or could not .y iY' J'a
studies would soon be conclud.ed. .
nitlon and construction
are
gear two more acres could be added make the contribution

en route to Thailand. to__ the_n_ Tommie_ _._m'__ Barfield___ _____ site to n Mrs. Ruth Brashear and Clayton

meet the minimum requirementof Bigg,speaking from the floor,

20 acres there. expressed opposition as taxpayer -
Pan-Am Flies To Berlin The board discussed problems .

I which might develop (In a future A motion to table the Item for

transition of Tommie Barfleld furtherstudy concluded the dis

from an elementary school to a cussion.

Despite Soviet Protests high school mcreasea.Board as population. on thelaland


BERLIN (AP-A Pan Amer. 110.mile long center corridor on Member Mrs Sara
lean World Airways Jet from the last stage of the n.,ht. Jones referred to a ilmllir transition TEACH swimming fundamentals .

New York Hew through the Ber. The aircraft touched down at In Immokalee and advised at early and
an age,
Its air corridor today, defying Berlin's Tegel Airport at 1:27 that this appeared no serious
a warning from the Soviet p.m., 28 minutes ahead of problem the skills will enable the individual

Union It could not guarantee schedule Board Member E. George to enjoy the out r ,. n
the plane's safety over East B left New York with 77 pas.sengers Rogers described the proposal asa door for lifetime.That's -
German 10 of whom were "generous offer" and moved sport a '

In a protest note Monday to booked through to Berlin. The acceptance. Mrs.Jones gave the the motto of personnel

the United States the Soviet plane made stops at Iceland and motion a second. conducting the summer c;
Union called the New York. Scotland. None of the pas. ..
recreation This ..
Berlin service Illegal and disclaimed sengers had voiced any concern program.
responsibility for the over the Soviet warning. BC DEVELOPMENT class was "shot" at lewder- !....
Vensel advised board mem- /r.
consequences if It continued. Other flights are sched. milk Park ready for a dipin :
for .
bers that call .
Pan Am refused to cancel the uled to depart Wednesday and present plans I,1*, .. ..
flight and the Jet entered the Friday. about 14,000 homes In the area the Gulf. (NEWS photo) ;,;:' -:. Jr ..







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. 2 COLLIER COtXTV NEWS Tuesday, June 23. 1964
100 Years Ago'Alabama' .
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Is Sunk I

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Off Coast Of FranceBy \: '''" ,..

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LON K. SAVAGE waters, Capt. John A ; : I
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France had a last of Amer. of the "Kearsarge" .. _
Ua'i Civil War 100 years ago and spread the word
this week. waiting outside the 'ela7
: ?SkrI'F' The "Kear arj and "Ala. battle with the "
% bama," Federal and Confederatitamrsfought 1 Soon, h* received
one of the war's the famous Capt.
most colorful tea battles off the mel, skipper of the "
coast of Cherbourg France, be. was agreeable to a
for the eyes of more than 15,. would come out and
000 Frenchmen. The battle a a* arrangements
grand spectacle from Its beginning .' pleted. P
ended with the Confcd For the rest of that .
rate vessel, the "Alabama", two ships prepared for ",
sinking to the bottom, and for On Sunday morning, .; .. 1.'". ..
the following week the fight was the "Alabama" nosed ;;.. :& \ .
the talk of Paris. and the fight\ was on. J
The "Kearsarg and "A1... <
bama" were about the same size HOT FIGHTAt ., .:t>,.
t 4 ; .,
'ate '/ each had about 150 crewmen, and 10:57 fire a.m.from, the 1800 .... ".........
each was heavily armed. Bui t opened
the "Alabama" was the more a broadside that cut
famous; for the past two years "Kearsarge's" ";
'
1had sailed the high seas and "Kearsarge" .
JUMBLED WRECKAGE This ia all that remains of the private captured 64 Federal merchant broadside that %VfT "' -

I plane that crashed injurinK Senator Kennedy and two others and ships, burning all but seven of "Alabama's"moments.For ensign MERMAID Jenny Mathues, three-year old daughter Of Tom
killing two In Southampton, Mass. (NEA Telephoto) them. Her first time in the
HOW IT STARTEDThe 63 minutes the (' is taking to the water like a real pro.
"Kearsarg, In a rou sailed in circles Jenny is shown trying out the pool at the Naples Beach Club
I
tine port call at Flushing Ho[. other, a* her father is a visiting Kiwanian from Dayton, Ohio. Mathues
land, heard that the "Alabama"was through spyglasses of sales and engineering for Inland Manufacturing Division
x at Cherbourg and Immediate. Cherbourg of height at or Motors. (McGrath photo)
f i ly sailed for France in hope of curslon rigging train ship of .
doing battle. Two days later,
Paris
rived from
Y
the "Kearsarge" arrived at to have the we stand mute avoiding decision Two weeks ago the court let ,
"
Cherbourg and found the Ala.bama" cle unfold before them.The of the basic issue by an obvious stand a decision by the U.S. '
floating in the breakwa.ter "Alabama" pretense' Court of Appeals which threw
a't her Confederate flag flying pounder through Justice Hugo 1.. Black Joinedby out on technical grounds the
,: high. Unable to attack in French ship' starboard Justices John Marshall Mar. conviction of the Communist

wounding three men, Hit Ian and Byron R. White, op. party for failing to register as
shell set off a brief posed the court's refusal to a subversive group.Daytona .
h; "Kearllret' But the come to grips with the key ques.
ExpansionOf sent shell: after shell tion and said "the 14th Amend.
through the Court ment does not forbid this appll Man liasWorld's
sides. cation of state's trespass laws"
Finally, the The reapportionment rulings, Fastest
\ SE Asia ed and headed for (AP) The involving the state legislatures Fishing VesselNEW
"Kearsarg followed ended its 1963.64 of Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, :
a few more shell by overturning[ Oklahoma, Washington, Florida YORK (AP) The
to bay A* the of slUln demon. Idaho, Connecticut and Ohio, "World's fastest fishing boat,"
War Seen ed, the famous eight cases and ap, were based on last week's rut. Charles F. Johnson's TX-41, has
stern-first into the voter, one vote" ing that both houses of state slashed more than 14 hours off
WASHINGTON (AP) Many slipped backward legislatures of nine legislatures must be based on the Miami New York ocean
Congress members Indicated face. population only. speedboat record.
belief today that the adminlstra. The "Kearsarge" in cases, which in This decision capped more Johnson
67.year.old
t tlon has decided it Is willing to ing up survivors and convictions in than two years of court rulingson Daytona
Beach Fla. industrialist
dock.
ed for help from a South Carolina apportionment of legislaturesand ,
risk war with Red China to prevent ed at the Hudson River here
Communist forces from tish yacht which and Florida, Congress. Earlier this year,
the high court ruled that the Monday after making the run In
Southeast Asia rescue effort. Then on narrow tech.
I overrunning population test must be used an elapsed time of 31 hours, 32
a Sen. George D. Aiken, R.VI., slow' dismay, I as the court failed Insetting minutes.
said for one he was apprehen. yacht sailed off with this basic ques. up congressional dls. i t
w five about "a general expan. it had rescued, a merchant refuse trlcts. This bettered the old mark of .
slon of the war in Southeast wee, and the a Negro and then The court Monday handed 46 hours, 23 seconds set by John \
Asia" but he added In an Inter. deprived of half of for trespass. down Its second Important decl. son last July In another boat
view "1 think they (admlnls. en. The battle cost to leave the slon of the session Involving the
Communist It The TX.41, powered by four
party overturned
tratlon officials) have made up Confederate ;(I
their minds to expand the war.' three for the Federals.Next 0. Douglas in. a portion of the Subversive Activities engines developing more than
Control Act 1,500 horsepower, averaged a
week the justices were barring
Aiken, a member of the For.
f P passports to members of little better than 40 miles an
elgn Relations Committee, said tarn on this question, groups
officially hour for the 1,257:; miles with two
he hoped that if that decision U that the Issue "con. designated as Com.
made It would be based on ."an public attention, yet, munlst by the government reluellngs en route.

understanding I with Russia that Greek r..gli Aihhilai..a ) .
Russia will keep,hinds ort"" "
f ""Maybe ,the tan* 'gef' wiy Of
with It In Viet Nam and Laos If
.
;- 'ff .r":,,;wmm* 'f.4. 1iII'" ,,- the Russians agree to stand
bark," Aiken said "The Presl. Back In
TAKEN TO IIOSI'ITALSen.. Edward M. Kennyly: is shown as he dent has to make the decisionas N.:1"
I is carried on stretcher after suffering injuries in plane crash In South. to whether we have generalwar NICOSIA, Cyprus (
ampton, 11Inc'r' \ Monhoto) in Asia." klsh Cypriot officials

--- .---. Although few oilier on officers said today the
Capitol Hill would comment Greek underground
lated freedom of speech and publicly on the situation Alk
P1- George Grivas to
Negroes Civil nightsBill ,'II', appraisal that a ck'(lliluu trouble for the
Uijui.t 1'1"1'1". 'j .aim Ui had been reached appeared to Island.
New Wade-In At a strength.in.reserve, law grant Hit be shared by many others aft.er "Grlvas' return
ing govp" ri i\tnirdinary" May i series of weekend rum. will go from bad to
.powers in time of stress. bllngs above and below the a Turkish Cypriot
St. AugustineST. The governor' denied that he New Obstacle surface-In official circles. { the staff of Vice '
had asked the State
Supreme One of these came Monday Kuchuk, leader of the A
AUGUSTINE (AP) De. Court for an advisory opinion on WASHINGTON (AP) Th' when Gen Paul D. Harking, retiring Cypriot community
ermined Negroes, shrugging off his duties and responsibilitiesunder prospect of final congressional]l after more than two years U.N. military
Hacks by white gangs in their a Florida "big stick law," action on the civil rights bill]I as U.S. commander In South privately they agreed for
ast three waite-ln demonstra. but reliable spun,'PS said the within 10 days was clouded I' Viet Nam, declared it would be return would heighten
ions, planned another one tixUy court was studying the law for slightly today.President "very much" worth risking wary The Cyprus '
t the beach. him.The Johnson reported with Peking to save South Viet tined to deny that ookinSO
The assault on St. Augustine "big stick law" enactedIn has told House Democratic leaden .' Nam EOKA commander 1
aclal barriers was stewed| up 1B5J after the U.S. Supreme he wants his top priority "If the Communists move back to the Island.
onday by daylight, while legal Court decision outlawing<< segreritlou poverty bill passed before the down Into Southeast Asia, It derides, president of t READ
ttempts> were made to km k In imhlli vi l I" K, gives (House adjourns for thy Rvpub.Ilcan '' threatens the whole rest of that of Representatives who
tit an order of Cov. Farris Prvint the governor. aiithut it t ,. to take presidential convention. part of the world" llarklns told respondents Grlvas

banning after.dark demon any steps he deems necessary This could clash with a pre, reporters on arriving home turned and \\
itratlon by both sides to prevent violence and main convention recess the Republl, Rep Clement J. Zabloikl, D- Greek Cypriot
: Two wade.lns were held Mon. tain the peace. cans have been counting on, Wis., promptly asked the Penta- karlos denied he had t\S\\\\\\\t\\
lay within three hours and eadl< State troopers sent In by the Their platform committee!i gon to arrange for the four-star such report
line tough while segrm'itloiilftis governor broke up Monday', en. meets In San Francisco the I| general to testify before the Grlvas is an .. !' \
Welding fists and <'lubs, .ill! .. k.d I Ihe counter III pcedlihauled I 21 week! before the convention I House Foreign Affairs Far. sis, the union of )' oD
Negroes. persons to j"IIlttuolUy all\ starts July 13, and many con., Eastern subcommittee. Greece. Makarlos
Bryant, ordered by U.S. Die. those arrested won quick re. gressmen are on It. Others want "I certainly hope we would st'll-determlnatlon or SltG
let Court Judge Bryan Simp lease on bond. to testify not have to risk war with Red enc for Cyprus l
on to show rause why he should Negroes hud used the lute China," Zabloikl said In an In. possibly In the future.
ot be held In contempt of courtor grated public\ beach before with. Charles A. llalleck of Indians I 1 tervlew. ''] agree with the gen. been considerable \
his order to halt the night out any trouble. But that was told reporters Monday that Republican ,' eral that Southeast Asia Is Important sure for Makarlos
arches, worked on the defense before the battle over desegre. members of the \House to the free world-and Grlvas commander
e will I make In court at Jack. gallon grew so tense two weeks Rules Committee might not be every effort should be made to Greek Cypriot
konvllle Friday ago. The white community felt so Inclined to cooperate in send prevent the Communists from
Simpson had struck down an overwhelming. tint the N*. ing raw civil rights\ bill to the broadening their posItion But I
earlier attempt by police to stop groes had i pushed too hard louse floor ]If they are denied believe It can be done without Dade To
|h* marches, declaring this via Dr. Mill tin Luther King Jr., the courtesy of an *arj| recess,,i Inviting all-out\ war" v
who last week rejected a pro' Secretary of Defense RobertS. Order l d .
tweed in..in\ oollin off period McNamara and Gen. Max.
was due bn.I i': .k late t today aftera demonstrators with sticks I ,, well\ D. Taylor, chairman of the County Tax :

week 01 appearances| north. Twelve mlrllVerI'' arrested. Joint Chiefs of Staff, faced pros. MIAMI (AP) -
BUILDERS! ern ttles. The Negroes wound up with l 1 parts of further questlonong on is appealing to the
During the first wade-ln Mon. march from their church to idourtown I 1 the Southeast Asian situation preme Court a circuit
day several FeKio were square used b\ white I 1 during scheduled rlose>donr tes. der to double the count
TTtMONEY true k and i,in- whiten were ar. as a i rallying point \\111t..ln th e'1 tlmon\ today before the Senate Count Attorney'
: ."" 1 'r' tudi.
i lo.tn pro. square Jeered but drew no Foreign Relations Committee. who filed notice of
IW,It il! 5 111 ," ,. 'I, I riMl'ton, ble response and there were no I They were to testify In supportof day, contended that In 0111-
MAKING The white10 II i ',n,- of the effort to attack the Negioes. President Johnson's 53.S.bll.> with the order of
lion foreign aid requests. Smith of Lake City

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? Swedish Police Smash State MeetingOf


Square Dancers Duplicate Players

Plot To NikitaBy Twenty local square dancers,
Kidnap members of the Sunshine Shut

hers, attended the state con.
ventton in Miami Beach this past Plav It Cool. Man
JOHN O. KOEHLER At \Haga Castle, only one cite + weekend.The usual Shuffler dance
r
STOCKHOLM Sweden (AP) was kept open and it was pro. Nv"a Saturday evening was cancelledfor :
Swedish police have smasheda tested by scores of uniformed the occasion. D1 J. McMURRY bination trailed Into seconJ
plot to kidnap Soviet Premier police and plainclothes dete::. Over two thousand Floridians their 131 points. Miss
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Par at dance for the
Khrushchev and hold him host. UV" e were registered for the two-day Naples Gollnlk-Phll Thielln weren't
age for the release of political The kidnap plot was the first Ilr t'tr dance which was held in the Miami Duplicate Bridge Club games actly coasting when their .,
prisoners behind the Iron Cur. serious incident reported during Beach Auditorium and at during this moderately warm resulted
tain. Khrushchev's Scandinavian tout the DI Udo Hotel. Activities summer season seems to be established percentage game '
196-1/9: points Following I:
Police confirmed that at least which began in Denmark on began with an"Early BI rd" dance at about the 11 or 12-
der Mrs. Richard C i
one man, described only as a June 18. He arrived In Swedenon Thursday evening at the hotel *t table mark (P.S. Ye faithfuls, were '
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30.year.old foreigner was ar. Monday. 8 p.m., followed by a hot doc don't let me down on that by being Mrs. Clint Jordan 124-1A; .
rested Monday near Haga Because of previous threats, and pink punch party at the ho. discouraged by the mid-day Iris Mlllfgan Mrs.Berta Tunei: ,
Castle, where the Soviet leaderIs police operations and restrlc. (lei pool. Friday and Saturday the temperature readlngsa variety 109-1/2J Philip Jones M.:

staying during his five day dons were decidedly more se. dancing was at (the auditorium, of fans keep the regulars reasonably Sanborn 109.EastWest.
state visit. vere In Sweden than In Den. followed after midnight with par. had first ti: *
adjusted! .
The man reportedly confessed mark. ties at the hotel. In addition, ) guests, Mr. and Mrs. Val H,
that he and several other Police told to shoot of Miami clubs Last Friday was no exception
men were any. some the gave Aunt of Gary, lixU riding the
had planned to smash their way one making a threatening move special parties and dances at Exactly 11 tables we re complete the of 12512.
through the castle gates In a toward Khrushchev. They re. 1 z T TL 1 some of the other hotels. ly filled with bridge devotees who crest to height told
Vic me Saturdaythat
truck. portedly were told to fire "evenIf Those attending from Naples overlooked all outside distractions Pennywltt
when he double-checked the
The newspaper Aftonbladet you are in a crowd." included Marge and Ray Chap. In their mighty strugglesto
which has close connectionswith Swedish police normally are pell, Robert Roy Chappell Flor. overcome the handicaps of tally sheets (which he faithfully
the Swedish government, permitted to shoot only after L a + I Ryy ence and Robert Coe many meretricious hands. 1 does) he nearly hemorrhagedwhen

said the man In custody was a being fired on. and Pamela Peggy and Bet. personally can think of several he found an error In post-

Hungarian. Police declined to ay Coe, Samp Coroette, Fred on which I regretted Ing by one of the volunteers.This .
approach
confirm this. Decker, Bea and Uoyd hill. llel. my changed the Aunt score
There also was speculation 3 Collier CountyCorporations en and Trenor Kites Sarah and had not been much more from 1 81/2 to 125-1/2 althoughat

that the plot was hatched by t Duane Lvons Floc Jaynes, Bill pragmatic. first It looked like they might
members of the Ustashl a fana. Are Sell, Joe Ruocrhlo Marrella Speaking of fans, the most
from first. Vic his
tic Croatian anti-Communist or. Snow, Lucy Shanaberger, Dem p.sey outstanding was the one which drop says
Granted Charters 'k of relief was audible a block
ganlzatlon which fought for the Hamm, and Lucille and wafted Its cooling breezes at my sigh
Nazis during World War It Announcement was made yes- Rex Polly. partner and me.ve were for- away when the complete recapitu-

The Ustashl reportedly has a terday by Secretary of State Tom There will be no Tuesday or tunate In drawing north-south at lation showed them still on top.
strong membership In Sweden Adams that the following corpor Wednesday workshop this week, table number 7, which meant we He felt a regular could have understood -
which is haven for about 30,000 ations in Naples have been chartered i 4 h 4 A: .., but the regular Saturday dance parked our carcasses directlyIn It--a guest hardly ever,
refugees from Communist coun. will be held. Ray Castle of Fort If they had lost out after going
front of It, and also In close
Mjers will call. Castle Is also had
home
tries. believing they won.
Chanticleer Restaurant Inc. wide double
proximity to open
J Two weeks before Khru.shchev's calling Thursday evening for the All's well that ends well.
Post Office Box 798, Naples, doors. Even air-conditioning
Krtss Kross club In Fort Myers.
arrival In Sweden the -
B.
Second Mrs.Joyce TenneyMiss
Fla. Authorized stock; 5,000 could hardly have been better
said the
newspaper Expressen Hartter 125
threatened shares common at $1 per share, This fan deserves description. Hilary ; 3rd.
Ustashl had openlyto
kill the Soviet leader. filed June 12, 1964. Dealing t Conviction OfIntegrationists It was about a 2 .lnch fan, housed the Harry Peters,121.1/2,fourth
"Khrushchev will die in Swe. tnt bar and restaurant. Incorporators In what seemed to be a home Mrs. Harold Weed Mrs Cor-

den," Expressen quoted a Usta. : EJ. Chlumsky, constructed box, with a water win Waite, 115; 5th, the Sam

chi leader as saying. G.E. Carroll and Patricia J. connection obviously not used In Leaders 114-1/2; sixth Mrs.
County police Supt. Aake all Fla. June HaschkaTed Hearth. 113-
Chlumsky, Naples, the fan's later years. Filters
Magnusson signed the charge Filed byj Smith, Carroll and In Miami Upset both at the back and on tlpOle re 12.It's
sheet against the arrested man. Vega, Balch Building, Naples.F. COOLING HER HEELS: for relaxing minute in sparkling waterfallat undoubtedly arranged to draw air hardly strange that It's

Magnusson described a reportby & S. Masonry Contractors Cypress Gardens is cimaceors Florence Imber. The )Florida sun WASHINGTON (AP) The across the flowing water to give Master Point night next Friday

a Stockholm newspaper that Inc. (B-8327)) 285 Ninth Avenue, is shining brightly so it's nyon 's guess how long it will take Flor conviction of 18 Negroes and a semblance of air conditioning.We since the last Friday In the
with
the plotters were armed a South, Naples. Authorized stock ence to dive in for a refreshing swim white persons who refused to had the breeze, but no air- month and Master Point nightare
as
submachine guns leave Shell City Restaurant in
but
co-Incidental It Is a
1,000 shares of common at $1- conditioning!
"dreamed up story. Miami Hi... In II rtumnnulrationAug.
share. fifed IX. 19fi4Dealing n helpful thing If you bridge players
June of
per 3 CAP Cadets 17, 1960; ha--been overturned Speaking alr-condlttonlng,
eontrae- arrive before 7:30 at
l In: building and by the U.S. Supreme we moved down here little over p.m.
Auto Delivery clog Incorporators: George A. From Naples Court. four years ago and when we arrived the Woman's Club. We'll enjoy

Strike May Tie Portln, Gerald V. Shaffer, Howard County BusinessCounty Justice Hugo L. Black said the tlwre hardly existed\ a having you
G. Forrester all Naples. Attend Camp Florida regulations Involved In house with air conditioning.

Up Car IndustryNEW Filed bvt' J. Blan Tavlor.--' -Post_u Among the cadets from the the case amounted to state ac_ soft has grown this moderngroupof
Office Box 206, Naples: Florida Wing of the Civil Air tlon. retirees. Houses aren't built Dr. Welch Takes
YORK (APA major The Ensign Corporation 3560 Commission at this was not his, but that of the build. Patrol attending the encamp- "We Conclude that the state, any more without that convenIence -
revolt against Teamsters Union Ninth Street, North Naples. morning's session ordered re. Ing Inspector who failed to make ment at Tyndall Air Force Base through its regulations, has bo. or at least provisions for Over As AMA Head
President James R. Hoffa's plan corded and filed the engineer'smap Inspections requested by the come Involved to such a slgnlfl.
nationwide contract In the Authorized stock 50 shares at are George Spencer Jay Spen- the purchasers to add. FRANCBCOAPOr..
for a SAN
\ of Marco Island and adja. builder. There were conflicting cant extent In bringing about
, J car.dellvery Industry shaped up $100 per share, filed June 11, cant Islands. Request was made stories about the Inspections.At cer and Elizabeth Lee, all of Na- restaurant segregation that the Norman A. Welch of Boston
today with locals from Tarry. 1964. Dealing In; real estate by Norman Herren of the Collier one time In the progressof pies. The encampment is held trespass convictions must beheld NOW, TO BRIDGE takes over the presidency of the
town, N.Y., to Baltimore re. and construction Incorporatorsi Corporation. construction Wrlsley appliedfor near Panama City and ends In to reflect state pulley and Well North-South an awfully American Medical Association

ported out on strike. DA Elferdlnk, Ira R. Capelleand The Commission, meeting the a tone variance which was August when more than 1000 therefore to violate the 14th good (poor grammar but 1 hope tonight.
The East Coast locals had Gladys R. Cllft all Naples. request of the Marco Island De. turned down by the Commissionupon cadets will have received two Amendment," Black laid excusable) combination of Stuart Dr. Welch an Internist IUc:.
rejected the part earlier this Filed by First Florida Resource velopment Corp., ordered ad. recommendations of the weeks training. The 18 demonstrator were Kosters and Bruce Poynton Sr. teed Dr Edward R. Annie of

month but the international Corporation First Florida vertlslng for a public hearing Zoning Board. The cadets from Naples are found guilty of violating a Florida copped the prize position with Miami, Fla
union ordered another vote. Building, Naples.Hunting scheduled for August 29, on pro. After a lengthy discussion, the 'taking part In a full schedule of law making it a misdemean their 135 points against the aver- A graduate of Tufts College
Scattered reports indicated the posed bulkhead lines to be Installed board voted to continue the court activities their two weeks or to refuse to leave a restau. of the 27 Medical School, Dr. Welch is
during 108. played
They
members voted overwhelmingly by the firm on the I.. action which as a final decree rant after being requested to do age consultant physician to five Mas.
against It Monday night. Rules would require' til fll ra:fi. training period Including physl- boards mighty well, as evidenced sachusetls hospitals. He has
The elglit r tdgljvery-con.t "" land.County Engineer Harmon Turner tie trVaditTonVtoCoIJTzonftg? 4als, athletics visits.and tour 10'1t( when I point out their per- been president of the Masia.chusetts .
vms,wMch/ltrtil new car* freiW; Changed"SOme' advised'commissioners' I that; rlgulatlons.a n .% ,to, ,various Tyndall units and The phrase "ear marked" centage game was C25. Medical Service-Blue
assembly plants to dealers nego. proposed bulkhead lines will\ fol. Wrlsley claimed such action drills Graduation and t final comes from the Fniluh farmers' Mesdames Smith and McMurry Shield-elnce 1950.
tlate through the National Auto. For This Season low, generally the mangrove ar. now will result in a total loss parade will be held on the second practice of notching the ears of turned their respective spouses The AMA Is holding Its 113th
mobile Haulers Conference. TALLAHASSEE Florida .Th. map displayed by TUrn. to him, and he advised the Com. Saturday of their encamp- i their cattle to identify them loose for good and sufficient reasons annual convention in San Francisco -

Their old contract with the 17 sportsmen will find several changes er showed In (colors the pro. mission he will exhaust all ave. ment, and graduation certificates perrrmncTilly, paired up, the male com .

locals In the Eastern Conferenceof in their hunting regulations posed development of the islandby nues of recourse before tearing will be presented to each cadet. -- ----' -
Teamsters, with locally nego. next season. In addition to sea. MFDC Including roads, can. the building down. The host unit for the cadet

tlated supplements, expired sons and bag limits, several new als, residential sites, business encampment Is the 4756th Air Defense -
estate firm this seal'r
June 15. It contained a pro. regulations will change the method sites, public and private parks Wing an Air DerenseCom- Not every real can display
vision calling for the negotiation church and and the
of hunting and taking wild. Il'hool.ltes.
of a national agreement.The life. many finger canals which will In other action, the board ap. mand unit responsible for the
proved the plat of Unl 5 of The training of air crews who ily
strike could close General According to A.D. AIdrlchdlr. make possible 70 per cent of !.
Moorings and a replat of certain the F-101 Voodoos and the F108Delta
Motors, Ford and Chrysler as. ector, Game and Fresh Water the lots water front spots.
sembly plants. Cars pouring off Fish Commission the hunter will parts of storter's Subdivision. Dart Interceptors. ..
the assembly lines would over. be able to obtain a hunting license Turner reported that steps to
flow the limited parking space. on a year round basis and acquire rlghts.of.way for "All! t Radio' 0

Striking locals reportedly op. will be required to possess a, gator Alley" were being takenas TV .. .'
pose the national contract be. license in order to hunt rabbit rapidly as possible and that "
cause they fear it would take and unprotected fur bearing animals. 59 per cent of the land had been By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP "If you write, you are alwayson r
away their autonomy and some The season for'rabbit deeded at the present time This Television,Radio Writer the lookout for .omethlng-
of their fringe benefits, which fox, bobcat, raccoon, opossum, does not Include number of large NEW YORK (AP) Henry maybe only a line that Is over
are negotiated locally to some and skunk will remain open land holders who have Indicated Slesar who has written more heard-that will give you an
extent throughout the var.- rlthts.of.wav will be granted. television shows for Alfred ASS
mThiXse io of a spear hav. Hltthcoc. television series Idea.Slesar's most ,ul'ceufulshort qY o

Ing less than three tines or haying The Commission authorized a than any other author has fig. story-It has been republished
Jaycees Blaze tines greater than one.sU. budget entry which will\ pay county ured out a way to have his cake often In anthologies and made O
teenth inch In diameter; or a costs of Installing a water gaugein and eat It too Into a Hitchcock J1rorram- e. t
mechanical spring gaff or grab Golden pate Estates canal,and Three days a week Slesar con. veloped from a remark he overheard
'Nature Trail and a light at night is prohlbl. Its affect on water resourcesThe centrates on h!. job as creative In a hotel restaurant An
ted. The use and possession of any Installation was estimated to up director. of a large New York elderly woman said to her com.
hook, peg or other such device county costs about 1500. Eritfl. advertising agency. The other pan I on, "1 Just don't know whatIs
At Big CypressThe baited in such a manner as to be neer Turner Jnghly recommended four days belong to his flower. going to become of Alice She
capable of taking alligators and the installation as a source of Ing career as a fiction writer just sits In that old house and
staff at Big Cypress Cen- suspended so that the bait is| "more and better data." "I keep my advertising Job," refuses to leave."
ter wishes to thank members of above water or submerged less said Slesar "because there Is Slesar worked and worked

thelunlo r Chambe r of Commercefor than six Inches, Is also pro. Immokalee Bulletin editor Stan no security In writing" around that remark, finally
their assistance In constructing hibited. Wrlsley appeared before the He wrote_nd promptly sold coming up with "The Right
the Mangrove Nature Trail Aldrich said a new regulation Commission thli morning to de. -hIs first short story about Kind of House," a real thriller\
last Saturday.The adopted by the Com mission would fend his position as a builder of eight years ago when he was with a snapper ending about an
trail was used heavily prohibit the taking of wildlife an addition to his residential at home, \HI, and had nothing elderly woman who remained
Monday by the first of the from any conveyance having a property which the Commission Joan Harrison, producer of the stubbornly awaiting a buyer ofa
held group In con- tower or other structure capableof maintains Is in violation of ion. then.half.hour Hitchcock show decaying old house on which
summer program bearing the weight of a person Ing regulations. bought one of his published she had put a ridiculously high
Junction with the elementary when such tow or structure Is The Commission has taken stories Since then, he has sold sales prlre.
schools and the Naples Recreation : more than eight feet higher than court action to halt further con. close to 40 stories and scripts CBS signed Barbra Streisand

Department.More the lowest bottom surface of such structlon of the addition. half.hour and, later hour.long Monday to a 10.year, $2.million
work needs to be doneon conveyance. Wrlsley maintained the fault to the show He also has turnedout contract The 22.year.old sing.
the same trail as well as Other changes provide for the two or three hardcover who. er.actress, who Is the brightest
on other trails. Those membersof use of boat motors of no more dunlts, other short stories and new star to emerge In several
the Junior Chamber of Commerce than five horsepower on Lakes Desire To Make ,'urrentl] has two Ideas for sere seasons, will appear In a seriesof
who were unable to come lamonla and Jackson in Leon tee under onslderatlon by a specials next season per,
last are asked to help County during the open season Movies Of Raid network( and a film studio haps starting (with a one.woman
Saturday for taking migratory waterfowl. Where does he find his ideas? show in the fall
this Saturday,June 27, at 9 a.m. Prohibits th use d recorded Caused Death
Refreshments will be provided. game calls or sounds for taking
game animals and birds, and MIAMI Fla. :AP-A desireto SOUTHWEST ELECTRIC! 4
make movies on an antl.Cas.tro .
in which
provides measures an
Social SecurityTax individual could control certain bombing mission last week 4
wildlife when such animal or may have spelled doom for the CLOSEOUTFAN
Rates Likely bird Is found destroying crops raiders Cuban exiles said to

fruits, fowl or stock day."The
To Be Increased pilot, Luis Diaz, asked
that he be permitted to make
WASHINGTON (AP) House San Diego ShakenBy the raid In daylight rather thar, When you buy a home, this seal is your best assuranceYou -

tax changes writers in the rote Social today Security on Earth TremorsSAN said during spokesmen protective for the darkness sponsoring won't pay too much. e You won't waste days looking at tri wrong' real estate.

system. Prospects are good for DIEGO, Calif. (AP-An organizations, Revolutionary e You'II get accurate facts e You'll get skilled professional advia a You'll see propertythat
Increase In the tax rate and earthquake shook San Diego Insurre-tlc'al 1
an
Recovery of
fits needs and pocketbook e You'll help in f"' J.ig 'n'CII financing.
receive
the old age payments, but bad Monday night for the third timein Movement and Commandos L. GSALE your
administration's pro. two days.ChadeUers. make ,xrtures
for the "He wanted to W* ore Realtor ready to see you
posal to Include health care. swayed, windows and show them later t< spJr :ui.
The Ways and Means Committee rattled and several burglar lectlon of funds to b ane andBERN'S
which has been holding alarms started clanging when for bigger raid on Cut i,
closed-door sessions off and on the quake hit at 9:58 p.m. Diaz, 23, was killed after '.. NAPLES-On-The-Gulf
for three months, Is understoodto The city had a sharp quake and two companion i'r: <:' I AIR KINGS
favor an Increase of about six Sunday morning and a series of three homemade bombs : > a
per cent In payments. light tremors Just after noon central Cuba surar m..1 1 YEAR GUARANTEE!
This would roughly parallelthe Monday PRICES NO ONE CAN MATCH?
Increase in the cost of llv.

inc since 1959, when the present Southwest Electric
PIANO INSTRUCTION Supply
rates were set, and would require .
an Increase of about one. Certified Member MINA & DMTNA BOARD OF
fourth of one per cent in th I 0. / BfgiiiMri U College! Preparatory Seaqate Drive Behind Furniture Fair REALTORS
payroll tat and an Increase in Downtown Studio
the taxable Income to $5,400 Ann Weimer Phone MI 2-3197

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STANDINGS In the sixth off reliever John of the seventh that netted two . . . . . . . . .
W L Abbott.

Dodgers 10 2 runs.Winning pitcher Carlos Alfonso 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, June 23, 196
Reds 6 5 BIG NIGHT threw the first six (Inningsfor

Cubs 4 7 Rose had quite a night at bat, the Dodgers. He walked
Pirates 3 9 hitting a double and three singles three, struck out 12, and gave Game Goes 11 InningsScrappy
of first In five trips. TeammateRon hit Bob Tudor's
Losers their eight gam. up only one ,
es, Lawyers Abstract Pirates McCune had two hits. Rod ground single through the left I
rolled over Collier County Motors Chickering, Dahlln, and White- side In the sixth. Alfonso ran i i $
Cubs, 12-2, Saturday night head each singled twice for the out of pitching eligibility and reliever Naples Legion ,
for their third victory In the last Cubs. Jeff Johnson finished.

four Senior Little League contests The Dodgers broke up a tight Alfonso doubled to rightcenter
game with three seventh-Inning and scored the Dodgers' first
Loses One 2-1 1 1One ,
Jerry Rose scattered nine hits scores against the Reds,then had run In the third Inning. He con Tough
by Cub batters. The Pirates' to hold on as the losers stageda tributed a single as the team ,
f.x
only loss In the last four out rally of their own In the last added another run In the fourth. of Naples' best American up only three runs this seasonIn

ings was an 8.7 decision to lea Errors, walks, and Mark Finger's Legion baseball games In beating Arcadia, Bradenton,
gue-leading Cypress Lodge 295 single resulted In three history ended In defeat last nightat and Naples. Avon Park faces
Dodgers. On Saturday,the Dodgers 2 Naples Teams seventh-Inning runs to make It Avon Park when the home team unbeaten Fort Myers Wednes

Increased their first-place 50. scored an llth-inning run to edge
margin by beating Elks Reds, 5- Johnson took the mound for day.With
Well Down In Naples, 2.1.Naples a good contingent of Na*
the In the seventh and
Dodgers ,
2. manager Rollie Rice pies fans behind them, the local
Next Senior League action is Scott Black greeted him with a paid tribute fine scored h 7
to pitching by team a first-Inning run 9 ,
Wednesday, when the Pirates test Golf Tournament triple to deep left-center. Daryl Jackie Kline and fine fielding last night when leadoff batter .; .1'- l1-. ;;-- -

the Dodgers at 5:30. At 8, the Lyon singled across Black and by his teammates, and ranked Frank Breeden walked took GETTING READY to tee off at the fourteenth hole at Big Cypressare
Cubs and Reds are scheduled. Big Cypress Golf and Country later scored himself. But cat the with winner of the Naples Jaycee
a one- third overall
game right up on a wild pickoff attempt the leading contenders for
The latter two teams also may Club's golf team placed fifth cher Alfonso cut down Al Hackney hitter thrown Billie and Tim Hannah. Ray Eilers Alan '
by Harry came home on Don Junior Golf Tournament. Left to right I
and the Beach Club's team finished
17 3.3 tie Wed trying to steal third and that
playoff a June last In competition deflated against Wauchula a few years Walker's single. Foster and Bill Boyd. Royd won the tournament with a 36-39, an
Saturday the Reds'
nesday. Rules require that regulation rally.
back. NEWS
photo
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overall total of 75: for 18 holes.
tie games resume at the In the first match of the South Kline pitched out of several ENTER THE ACE

point where they left off, and the west Florida Inter-Club Golf tight situations during last night's The Avon Park manager start ..-. :A '&!n

two teams played eight full InnIngs League. Men's Doubles contest and frustrated the good ed a second-line pitcher, Jack
last Wednesday. The opener was held at the Avon Park team until the llth. son, but came In with his ace,
Singles by John Dahlln and Port Charlotte Golf and Country Shortstop Coleman doubled to Sulllvin, after Naples got the ty ,

David Whitehead, plus an error, Club and scores were basedon Tournament Set left, took third on a sacrifice, first-Inning run. Cap Breeden F '
netted the Cubs two second-Inn a 20-man team less full han and scored the winning run on singled to lead off the second ? -

ing runs against the Pirates Saturday dicaps. A match will be played For Next SundayThe a hump-backed liner that fell Inning against Sullivan, but he
But Rose and his team at each of the seven clubs In Into left-center for a single off was forced at second. Pedro

mates prevented further scoring the league. Recreation Departmentwill the bat of rlghtfielder Rodgers.2OSTRIKEOUTS walked In the third with two
by the Cubs. Cape Coral won with a team hold a men's double tennis out but was caught stealing. Me
Six third-Inning Pirate runs score of 1,503. Other scores tournament next Sunday at I p.m. was the last Naples base runner.
resulted from six walks servedup were Pon Charlotte 1,535 on the Gambler Park courts. Avon Park stranded seven runners +
by losing pitcher Whitehead, Lehigh Acres, 1S85| Fort My Recreation Director Julius Naples batters got only two In the first four Innings, t
and Rose and Mike Matuslak added ers, 1,587s; Big Cypress, 1,596s Lesser says the tournament is op. hits In the game and were held thanks to Kline's seven strike
singles during the Inning. The Cypress Lake, 1,613; and Beach en to men and boys, and persons hitless from the third Inning outs and good support behind (
winners added two runs In the Club, 1.B37.\ wanting to play In it should register through the 11th by Sullivan, him. Halbig of Avon Park got
fourth, one In the fifth, and three A league championship will this week at the recreation Avon Park's star pitcher, who on base on a fifth-inning throwing -
be determined, following a matchat office across from City Hall. struck out 20. He retired the error and scored when Sullivan
the home course of each team, Trophies day's winners.will be awarded to Sun. last 24 batters In a row with missed a squeeze bunt. i
on a point basis-.seven pointsfor an assortment of slow curve
Halbtg ran out of the baselineIn
Senior League Last Sunday, the team of Shelley
a first place win In a match, Stahlman and Irma Lesser balls avoiding catcher Cap Breed-
dropping down a point for each won the women's doubles tournament The local Legion team hopesto en's tag, but the umpire allowed
AveragesIncludes position held by a team In the competing against eight rebound Wednesday night behind him to score, over Rice's
match. Inter-league play will end other teams Miss Stahlman and lefthander Nick Pedro when obJections

Includes aU games In September.The Mrs. Lesser defeated Jane and the team travels to Sarasotafor Avon Park, which got a total
24 or more at bats following represented the Jo Anne Russell In the finals, an 8 pjn. affair. Rice expects of nine hits In the game.had run-

AD R H Avg, Beach Club In Saturday's match M.6-2. the locals to give Sarasota ners on second and third In the ; w1Wkt
Alfonso 40 11 16 .400 Tom AbbottL.BrownFredWU- Schrader The champions defeated Ann a lot more trouble than In seventh, but Kline got Sullivanto
Donna In
and
Chickering 28 8 10 .351 1 lard, T.K. Montgomery,0.1Ste- the first round, 8-4, and Hadley breezed the teams' earlier meeting at ground out. The contest headed
Steele 29 10 10 ..345JL vens, Ted Land, Fondy Adams, past Joan Fraser and Dolly Blltch Naples, won by Sarasota, 90. Into extra innings, with the /S ,
Johnson 36 14 12 .333 i Les Grimes, Al Matson, E.M. In the semifinals, 80. The Rus Naples now has a 2.3 record. score knotted at 11. And thereIt
Tudor 30 5 10 .333 I Anderson, Art Faulconer, Clarence sellRussell duo defeated Mim Avon Park Is 3.0, having given stayed until the 11th.m .
Thornton 31 4 10 .323 I Pifer, Wally McCune and Berman and Pat Kasel, 8.3, and
Lightner 33 9 10 ..303Dlack I Robert Abbott. Louise Lorentzson and Marie

30 6 9 .3 0I I The team from Big Cypress Bernard, 84. Willie Gets Most.
A. Hackney 34 12 Q .26 S i was comprised of: Eel DuBane, In the consolation bracketthe Mays &
McCarthy n 10 11 .26 2 t GU ewto", pale! wtVl" roi. Pick; Hadley-Echrader team defeated
Steinbach 24 10 t .25C I Roberts, BoB Baker, Richard I Irene Kopp and Jackie Burnett,
Faulkner 24 4 6 .25C I Golden, Ed Covington, George 6.2, and then went on to beat Votes For All-Star TeamNEW ? tr"
Berman-Kasel 6-1 In the final. .. .. ............ .,
,
Matusiak 29 9 or .241 1 Losler Clarence Davis, BU:I .I ''. a .n.t-', '.. ..tiiiIiI; :; -:00-:

Williams 25 5 6 .24C 0) Cunningham, Don Berry, AlanFoster I SHOWING OFF the putting technique that won him the 9-10 year old
AP Wonder. an even on the runner-up list.
Jenkins 25 4 6 .24C 0) Walter Liggett, Nick WENT TO KANSAS ful Willie YORK Mays( )attracted- the In addition to the four Giants novice' division of the Jaycee Junior Golf Tournament is Alec Winters. I

Mann 39 4 9 .231 1 l Mlnarlch, Bob Hartnett, Bill LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) most votes as the San Francisco and Cards, there were single Watching, from left, arc Ricky Winn. winner of the 13-15: division,
Grimm 32 6 or .211 I Longshore, AI Tatu, John Yates', Adolph Rupp, University of Kentucky Giants and St. Louis Cardinals representatives from the Chi. and Richard Jaeger, winner of the 11-12 division.
Finger 33 2 or .21:2 t Tom Treadwell and George basketball coach, U a each placed two men on the National cago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates woo _
Lyon 34 5 or .2 0I I O'G reen. gradual of Kansas University. League All-Star team's Milwaukee Braves and New second highest vote-getter. He Javier, were catcher Ed Baileyof mil Boyd Tops

starting line-up for the July 7 York Mets. drew 237 votes to 17 for runner- the Braves, and left fielder Field In Jaycee
dream game with the American The NL's power packed line up Will Stargell of the Pirates. Tommy Davis uf the Dodgers.
League at Shea Stadium in New up Included Ron Hunt of the The closest race was for the With the exception of Groat, Golf TournamentDill
York. Mets at second base, Roberto shortstop berth. Groat squeakedby who was hitting a rising .275
Jaycees, Exchange Easy Mays, the Giants' brilliant Clemente of the Pirates in right Leo Cardenas of Cincinnati through Sunday's games, every Doyd was the overall winner
I center fielder, along with third field, league-leading hitter Billy by five votes, 92 to 87. Boyerwon starter was In the .300 class. In a field of 22 In the Naples
baseman Ken Boyer and short. Williams of the Cubs in left, by a surprisingly large Mays, at .359, was the league's ,Jaycees' Junior Golf Tournament
stop Dick Groat, were the only and the Braves' Joe Torre be. margin over Ron Santo of the leader in home runs with 22 and held Monday at the tig
Victors In Little LeagueFLY repeaters from 1963 In the vot. hind the plate.In Cubs for third base honors, 172 runs batted in with 53. Cypress Golf and Country Club.
Ing of 270 players, coaches and all, little fault can be found votes to 84. All starters, except pitchers, Boyd won the tournament with!
managers. First baseman 'Or. with the starting squad. The Last year, the entire Cardinal must play at least three innings, 36-39 for a 75 over 18 holt >,
extended their first- Provenzano slugged a two. and Don Cltta touched Rogersfor Undo Cepeda was the other Gl. only possible objection would be Infield of Bill White, Julian Ja. unless injured. The National Ray Ellen came In second witha
place Little League margin last run home run In the fifth and a fifth-Inning single. Ray ant selection on this year's over the by-passlng of Maury vier, Groat and Boyer, were in League won last year, but the 44-46 for 90 and Tim Han' ,t*n>
night by pounding out a 15-7 decision Frank Cross' Infield single Jensen walked and scored on ar, starting team. Wills of the Dodgers, who leads the National League's starting American holds a 17.16 edge came In third with a 45-48 for ''M.
over Klwanls.In Commissioner Ford Frick, the league in stolen bases and line-up. with one game ending in a tie
brought In two more runs. Mike Infield out In the fifth to breakup ( As overall winner of the tour
last other whose office conducted the balloting whose .285 batting average This year, White finished a since the All-SUr inaugurationin
night'scored contest, Watkins, third of three Jaycees the shutout. said the complete through last Sunday is the high. poor second to Cepeda, 75 votesto 1933. nament, Boyd will represent maples '

the Exchange fifth Inning to seven clinch runs 9.1 In pitchers, held Kiwanis without a Losing pitcher Ray Jensen till t[ squads, exclusive of the pitch. est among the shortstops Wills 172. Hunt, the Metf' fine r at the Florida State JayceeiJunlorGolf
a hit over the last three Inningsand two batters and walked two others I I era, will be announced next finished third In the voting. sophomore, also got 172 votes tournament which will
victory over Trail Cleaners.Jaycees' was credited with the vic In the first week Mays, who boasts a .417 bat. to easily win second base honors Little League be held June 28-30 at Pine Mea
record now Is 5.2 Inning. Exchange The pitchers, who are select. ting average in 14 All-Star over runn-uper Bill Mazerosklof dows Golf Club In Eustls-Uma-
for second-half play. Tied for tory.Two scoring one run. Two othei r i ed by the All-Star managers, games, missed by one getting a Pittsburgh, who had 52 votes. Minor StandingsW tilla, Fla.
second are Standard Oil and Holland errors helped KlwanU! runners were put out at the! Al Lopez of the American unanimous vote. He received 240 Torre easily gained the catch. L In the novice division ((13.1 ),
Salley with 3.2 marks. The score twice In the first Inning, plate. Alan Storter singled am I League and Walt Alston of the i, out of a possible 241 votes. Play. er's berth with 203 votes to 24 Moose 5 1 Winn In first wit a
tie will be broken Wednesday at but Jaycees came back In the bot scored on a bases-loaded wall k Los Angeles Dodgers, will bean. ers are not permitted to vote for for Cincinnati's John Edwards. Millwork Ricky came was
3 Second
7:15 when Standard and Holland tom of the Inning with five runs. In the third to make It 2-0,, nounced Thursday, July 2. teammates. Curt Flood of the An eyebrow raiser was Cle.mente's 2 49 for nine holes.
Gulf( Glass and
Salley tangle at Gambler Park.In Three errors and run-scoring Surprisingly, the National Cards, was runner-up with 17 wide spread 160to 61 4 3 Bruce McCarthy with a 53
Wednesday's first hits byTony Hunter,Lance Stahl. In the seven-run fifth, Davli d 1 League starting line-up will not votes. -over Milwaukee's Henry Aar.on Jets 4 4 Bobby Tudor had a 59 for third
Trail Cleaners game man, and Cross contributed to Fry hit two singles Ken Harrl:I contain a single member of the i Williams, batting at .373 after for the right-field spot. Carrara 2 4 In the 11.12 division Richard
at 5tl5. meets Kiwanis the rally. singled Hall singled In a run, league leading Philadelphia flirting with the magic .400 Aaron, a veteran of 13 All-Stir Dor-Len 2 6 Jaeger came In first with a ',',
and Stone singled In two more. Phillies, who did not place a mark nearly all season, was the games, was one of the five 1963 for nine holes. Chris PrOV''I-'
Jaycees broke a 1.1 tie with who did not repeat. d
starters
David Vachon's run-scoring ------ zano had a 59 for second ai
three third-Inning runs against single and three errors allowed Others, In addition to White and GOLFERS HELP GOLFERS Jeff Morris had a 61 for third
Klwanls, and cemented the victory \/.\\ \ORk. <\PI) (lumen
Kiwanis to score twice inthese- G In the 9-10 division Alec ivin
with five more scores In Natiinul Open golf champion Id
cond and regain the lead, but ters shot a 39 for five holes arfirst ,!
the fifth. All nine Jaycees start Fur jut I si\s "the retvm golkrs ,.
ers got at least one hit, and the Jaycees went back ahead with Softball help other goiters is bnais,. ." position. Billy Longs:" '
two In the bottom half. Klwanls( 5' A1
team's hit total 14. Q1I i' knot the anguish I that I I"i s caine in second with a
was
The first two batters In the tied It up with a thirdinningrun U' IIlh i .\ had she t. \\,. Ii"\ i the David Sorokoty took thlru w, '
that resulted from two cat.cher' h.rtn a '4.
Jaycee third Inning were retired Interference calls, plus Averages
but Nick Koch started the
another single by Vachon. Kl
winning rally with a single. Chris wanls had only three hits In the : Includes all games Baseball: StancllngsAmerliai
Provenzano also singled, and .,
Mike Watkins followed with a game. 30 or more at bats National League

looping single that the Kiwanis Greg Hall and Larry Rogers 4 v AB R H Avg W. League L. Pct W. L. Pct ..').
GB
Wheeler 4-1 18 24 .545 .
cemerflelder couldn't quite hang combined for a two-hitter as New York 38 23 .623. Phll.delphla38. 23 ,62'l:
on to. Koch and Provenzano defeated Schultheis 37 22 17 ,459 BaltimoreChicago 39 2'1 .609 i I. San, Frai 38 26 ..394Ji
Exchange Trail Clean.
scored on that hit, and Watkins Flowers 48 15 20 .417 31 26 .567 Cincinnati 34 29 ..3406lj
era. Hall
scored on an error later In theinninR. gave up a second- Stahlman 51 19 21 .412 Minnesota 33 31 .518 Pittsburgh 33 29 .532 '
Inning double to Roger Johnson 37 8 15 .405 Cleveland _I
Rice 30 30 .500 ?i/2 Chicago 30 30 .500
Bennett 33 11 13 ,394V Boston 32 34 .485 8tSt.' Louis 32 33 .492 R
r Weeks 46 12 17 .370 Detroit 28 33 .459 10 Los Angeles n .492 8 .
NAPLES s' r Shimer 37 12 12 .324 Los Angeles 30 37 .448 11 Houston 32 34 ,485 'HIIt .
; Kline 34 14 11 .323 Washington/ 29 40 .420 13 Milwaukee 30 35 .462
7 MIAMI Liles 4-1 11 14 .318 Kansas City 25 39 .391 I4Vi New York 20 47 .299 2tMonday's

Van Hall 38 11 12 .315 Results! Monday's Results
Murphy 35 8 11 ,314D Los New York II, Chicago 5 Los Angeles 10, Milwaukee 9

New Year Round Daily Schedule Weeks 52 11 15 .308 Cleveland Angeles 8, Minnesota 6, Washington/ 8, 2 II San Francisco, Cincinnati 1
Only scheduled
Pease 51 11 15 .294 Innings rain games

,: _, Naples To Miami Wolf 34 11 10 .2'34 Only games scheduledToday's Today's Games 2 twl.
Chicago at Philadelphia,
7.45A.M. 0:30: A.M. 3.45 PM.: Rans 34 e 10 ,294Hartter Games night
41 10 12 .293 Detroit at Kansas City l 2 twl. San Francisco at Cincinnati
( Miami To Naples Schmucker 40 5 11 ,275Hartnett night 2 twl.night/

900: A.M. 2sl5 P.M. 5:00: P.M. 4-1 18 12 ,273Yahl New Boston at Chicago, N Pittsburgh at New York, N
4-1 e 12 .213 York at Baltimore, N
ConnrftioM and Ktwrvatioiu to any point In the world ... ... .._._ .__ __ -. _- .._._ ___ _._.. ___ _w _, _.. __ Askew 45 14 12 .267 Washington/ at Los Angeles, N LOB Houston Angeles at a.at Louts Milwaukee., N N
LITTLE LEAGUE team at River Park, seated. I to r: Michael Boykin, peer 33 7 8 ,942Bickford Cleveland at Minnesota, N Wednesday's Games
NAPLES AIRLINES Frank Walker, Walter Williams, Freddie Walker, and Victor Fuller. 46 12 11 .239 Washington Wednesday's Games San Francisco at Cincinnati

Napka Airport Concourse 3 Miami Airport Standing from left : Grady Walker Aubrey Smith Oscar Stokes, Haynes 39 8 9 .231 Detroit at Kansas at Los City Angeles N, N twilight/

Ml34S4 NE 45811elt Larry Griffin Warren Adkins and Tyrone Fuller. l'niforms for the Swiss 35 10 8 .229 Cleveland at Minnesota, If Loa Pittsburgh at New York

,/Tkht office Naples Travel. Agency *- 4 Corven players have been ordered and the team is expected to be completely caballero 394 8 .206 Boston at Chicago, N Houston Angeles at a.at Louts Mnwauk"N I
Y ,k equipped in the near future. (NEWS photo) Cothron 50 10 10 .200 New York at Baltimore If Chingo at PhUadelphla, N





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KAMPALA. Women't Editor summer full of colorful play because of the endless vat!" !'
I
Uganda (AP) After
seeking
'uUUlhl'aabout ASSH togs. of leisure togs that rciulr
"Have you married If so, why" divorce, the asks Newspaper Enterprise a
Ugandans are being asked "Have had paper It's sun tune' and the livin' minimum of care.
like you extra-marital NEW YORK (NEAl) A
questions this ai i government relation? What made you do It" colorful will be
panorama
commission strives to uninirl Were you sorry afterward Are the waterfront this
the seen on
conflicting country tangle of there children from this illicit summer And nature will have I NOVEL LADYOTTAWA : I
marriage law,.
Different communities recognize marriage union? What partner's I la your attitude and yur little to do with it except as
inward background.
various form of "
religious them (AP) There is a .
ceremony Additionally\ at least Then men art asked: "Do Bright red. stark white. story in Madge Macbeth'* family about writing aa a prate.!

a dozen tribes have often conflicting you consider women as 'weak ffl4 / bold navy and a myriad of that she marled to revise the On ship:

rites, law and custom*. er' or 'fairer' sear Should mar. V rainbow pastels will dot the Bible when she war 3 dictating "Dragging up poor 'F r
Hill after 200
and
"Our object I la years "
to evolve J
com tied women have their own prop tccne in duck beach shifts, revision to her grandmother her that' the ,,
mon marriage lawa for the whole erty? Should they be allowed to stretch gabardine shorts of aoring -
ridiculous thing we've
country within reasonable sue their husbands? Are women all lengths and sun and sail The Ottawa novelist, now SI, ever de"
"I had
limit, says commiuion chairman becoming more demanding" ing parkas. nearly blind and thinking of an experience *
William Kalema. censorship once myaelt-a n"
Past attempta at a national VI writing her hat book,
"But we are not going to give evaluation of these Stretch denim surfers, "There saya of mine was burned by some C
unlimited license for subjects branded with saddle stitching wasn'tenough romancein taws women in 1927. I beaeWM \ have
men to revealed irreconcilable the Old Testament and 1
marry as many women as they difference for a western flavor, will be was because I mentioned
according to tribe determined to add
"
want to I IvY teamed with checked aome. word mistress.
or divorce whenever and religion or print
"I changed the stories of
my On her favorite authors
they like. we do not live in stretch cotton shirts :
A Biblical heronsDavid, Samson "I liked the poetic
Utopia and we 1 prose
cannot recom- } You hit the deck In and Daniel and arranged happy
mend anything fit for 'iW i can a Joseph Conrad he was my
a Utopian Cypress Center water. that marriages for them with Ruth
society." gay repellent parka ipiration. And of course Somer-

Beside visits to various will shield you from spray Naomi and Snow White" Maugham waa top as a ah)n
and wind. Although ahe never finished "
story writer
districts to take verbal evidence Has 'Richard'
rewriting the Ilible, Madge Mac
On the mechanics of
the commission has distributed They come in bright ging beth has crowded the year between "I'm writing

the country.questionnaires throughout Who's A MotherThe ham checks, dashing madras three and (1 with enough half-past inspired nine. every Nobody morning shot ,1,I i

plaids and polka dots-s great romantic adventures of her own have to wait for
inspiration
"Are you happy is one staff of Big Cypress Center look over stretch pants. to fill :20! books.
come Writing I.I habit
question, followed\ by a searching a and
Why?" were quite surprised and a If you like the wind In Born in Philauelphi in 1883 once you get it, something in-
your
"Are you not happy" la little amused when ""Richard" "THE SKATING CHEYNEYS, from left, are : Joy, 10 ; the twins hair skip the parka Hop Intoa she war sent to llellmuth Ladies' aide help you to go 00."

another question, which call the wood rat, gave birth to two Billy and Tommy, 7 ; and Sherrie, 12 They are newcomers to Naples, Jaunty collarless snapfrontduck College in London Dot, hen Mrs. M.icbelh still works regularly .

for detail on "what factors Richard Juniors. moving here from Maryland earlier this month with their father packet for beach or boating she was 12. At 15, she married in a paper-cluttered work.

have contributed to this unfortunate "Richard" was caught last and mother, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Cheyney. See story. (NEWS photo) lun died Charles of Macbeth tuberculosis of London and she Me chop off her bedroom

state of affair Wednesday In a trap baited with "When I'm in the middle of a
Whether you are a beach- war left to support their two hook, I often have
to
get in
leftover up
drink some which
women pancakes
money ,
men, ..
Charles
young 'na. Jr, and
.
character physical Ted had the middle of the night to add
,
disability Below Sr., made. While Douglas

,, pleased that rodents are fond of Cheyney Family Davidson Still in her 20s, she setlltd in something- my mind or never write down aleep an then idea

his cooking he little realized Ottawa which war to become her "Writing a book la like having
Suggest Use Of that "Richard" would turn out Mrs Edna Peer Davidson, home throughout her years a. a a baby,toPlan

to be a pregnant female. But 74, died at her home on Pelton writer, She began by writing magazine

then, pregnant females are rumored Street yesterday morning. She articles and newspaper
Sea Cows To Rid
To was a native of Camden
to have diets. Rolling FameBY Maine, stories, but soon realized that
strange but had made her home In Nap. she lacked experience I and BarbecueTo
Anyone Interested In seeing Ins since 1824.
'
Canals Of WeedsMIAMI knowledge
"Richard" and her two
youngsters SAM ENGLANDThe singles Joy in figure katln(f ter Indicate she will be a top She Is survived by one con, "I left my two son with my

(AP)-Scientists know are Invited out to the Center "Skating Cheyneys" anew n i, had only four routines perfected I contender. She now holds pro. Martin II. Teen, Jr. of Clew. mother and sailed alone forFranc. Aid Fourth'sFireworks
from
very little about sea cows, except 3 to 5 p.m. Monday residents of Naples, bring, and the Florida competition re. flclency bars, one through five, talons .."
that they eat lots of weeds. through Friday and all day Sat- ;ing with them from Cecllton,, qulred five. She did not com. In figure skating, bar one and Mrs. Davidson was a menu So began a series of adventure Show

But that alone Is enough rec. urday. Md., many ribbons, medal anda pete, but first place trophies are! two in dance, and one bar In free. ber of the American legion Aux. which led her, in the 1920
ommendatlon for officials of the And while you are there have display case overflowing with nothing new to her. She has trophies style skating. Mary the Humane Society of and 1930s from Egypt! to tcua-

Central and South Florida Flood fun and learn with the exhibits. trophies.'' to prove her skill as s Joy Is a champion In her own Naples and the Naples Woman' dor, from the Alp to the Andes, Donations for the fourth annual -

Control District. A new one, called the "Beetle The narn."Skat Ing Cheyney I." figure skater. right and age bracket In dance, Club from the Yukon to Madrid. Naples Community Fourth

U sea cows (Manatees) fancy Mobile" Is likely to attract the a sports writer' coinage, also Sherrie, only 12, was In competition but would just a* coon confiner Funeral services will be held Out of her experience came of July fireworks display ire

the weeds that grow In Florida teen-age music fans as well as ,originated In the Maryland-Deli at Tampa with 21 othei her effort to "fun skating." at 10:30: o'clock tomorrow morn. her novels, biographies, two "encouraging" according to

canals and eat them eagerly, amateur entomologists. ,ware area. The ribbons, medals girls, in a 12.13 age bracket. The twins were awarded their Ing In the chapel of the RichardA autobiographies travel book Mrs Earl G. Hodges, chairmanof

they could save a lot of moneyIn I and trophies have been award. She finished fourth In her first: proficiency bar before they Tlttman Funeral Home with and hundreds of magazine and the Naples Junior Woman's
Most and
afternoons
weed control. mornings early 4 ed by the Roller Skating Rink Florida appearance where she i, reached the age of seven, and the Rev. Harry C. Parham, pas. newapaper article Club who with the American Legion
are filled with the school The district has given Florida Association. judging a bit t title to the youngest set everything are sponsoring the
Atlantic University $34,000 to program for five weeks but projects In the family there are Mr.and different from previous experlencee. ,, of identical twins to win bar 'officiating. Interment will be In hymna. But they are still short of event.their
find this out. As a start, five and movies are scheduled 1 Mrs. Thomas Cheyney They awarded by the RSROA.CONFUSINQ. 'the Fort Myers Cemetery. In I'm. she receive! the order

lea cows have been placed In a for Saturdays.And ' fencedoff canal near Fort Lauderdale If anyone thinks "Richard"is ; the award winner are: dau. continue skating toward profes. ,home from 7 to \9 o'clix /tonight. Yugoslavia for her literary Fireworks costing $1.000 have

where weed growth Is an Inappropriate name for a Biters Sherrle (12) and Joy (10> slonal careers In the distant fu Billy or was It Tommy achievement. been ordered for this year's

. typical. mother come prepared to sug- end sons, Billy and Tommy, ture. stood at the side of his mother Interviewed! In the aouvenir* display which will be fired by a

'The Idea of using manateesto gest another identical /twins, seven year old. Sherrie really plans to be a i She turned his head to be sure, News From filled living room of her ah.i crew directed by John Ledbet-

eat weeds In our canals may lawyer, but a professional rat. then told this story Billy (led room Ottawa apartment, the frail ter of the Legion at the west

not be as crazy as It sounds," GOOD GUESS ing In the roller skating field I a little girl to a swing on the hut indomitable Kirs. Macbeth end of the Naples Pier.
said Jack Horner of Palm The skating careers of theheyney might prove a distinct advantage> school playground. He told the County Records had some crisp opinion about

Beach, vice chairman of the die Famed GymnastS: champs started only a la case a successful law career teacher It wa* Tommy, who felt the current literary scene and A barbecue from 5 o'clockto
trlct governingboard.. ew years ago when daughter was out of her reach. At 18 she the wrath of the 7 will be held at Gambler
teacher. Need. = '
; guessed there were 721 rnAMrrnvrY_ ____ _WP.._='T. -
"' n.
plans to enter
Muriel competition In,, lies to say Tommy was ready Park on the evening of the
It costs, he pointed out, $140. Davis pennies In a Jar (the exact "Senior Ladles Figure Skating"and for a "battle of the twins" when Laura Ann Kennedy vi Daniel Fourth, sponsored by the Junior -
000 a year to control weeds in t IOn amount) and won a pair of roller her past success: as a ck a. they arrived home from school Stone Kennedy, divorce Cypress Center

the canal, and aa more canals Moore Show skate In a Girl Scout contest.. .that,, evening, Mr*. Cheyney re Daniel George Rosbrough vs, Woman's Club together with
That pair of skates h'ten the Junior Proceedsof
Deputies
are built this figure could soar lated. j Wesrtr Tlllman Rosbrough.- Annual ,
Muriel Davis ICrossfleld replaced with sets costing about I'vat MeetingTomorrow the. barbecue ;
to 500000. -now Mrs. Abe (The care h of the skitlng win/Jrf tothe
Greatest weed offenders are rationally known ?MOO. Sherries ability and un. Prof, Blonde In will be a bit harder to Joy Jay vs Robert Jaym di Fireworks Fund. Sheriff E.A.
bounded camps
enthusiasm
for roller
water hyacinth water lettuce gymnast who has visited in Na. : from their home In Naples vorce. NightThe "Doug" Hendry and Naples

coontall elodea and alligator plea and competed here, l the skating led"hookline the whole and family sinker.Into" Homemade Boat but they have arranged for Gloria C. Weeks vs James D. Mayor Archie Turner will be the
weed It Is not known was a guest on the Garry Moore sport annual of
If these Most of the awards held the professional Instruction from Weeks.. divorce. meeting Big Cypress chelS'f ith a menu of rlbs.chlck-
by
are blue-plate specials to sea television show Monday night. lour Pompano Beach coaches Center Inc. will be held en and fish. Tickets will be Sl. O
children
In
were won com.
cows. Co-starring with Mrs. Gross. petition, before they moved to Cast Off TodayFORT Their coach In Delaware was COMMON LAW Wednesday June 24, at 8 p.m. each for adults and 75 cents for
The cows were obtained from field was her husband a gym. Eddie Howard, who flew to Tam. at the Center according to Ted children.
the Miami nast of stature in his Naples But alter living here Dank of vs L.M.
Seaquarlum at a cost own right. LAUDERDALE pa last week to watch his for. Everglades Below president.
less )
of Panelists on the show had the than two weeks, the Chey. I'
2500. Gramlingsuit to collect
mer pupils perform In the Flor. note.
A schoolmaster and a pretty j of Donors for the fireworks fundto
nay family was off to Tampa Highlight theevenlngwlllbethe
task of Grossfleld's
A Mr.
sideline of the guessing Ida Board of Public
study may to participate in theFlorldaState blonde doctor cast off today in a : competition. The champ Instruction Introduction of Mr. and Mrs. date Include No Risk Chem
be finding a way to preserve secret which was: "These are : 'have a collection of 22 trophies I Collier County a public authority
: 'homemade ketch to sail to their
Championships held June 14 arrived teal of
Tom
Braden Company
manatees not trophies which see recently City Naples,
which are threatenedwith my you native 'and six state championship me. for use and benefit of NaplesDullder's
I' England.
here but wife's." rough 17 The seven-year-old summer directors for the Cen- William Kepp Clarence Dauch-
extinction. my data
Florida law
ribbons
pro. The of among many and I
departure sandy haired Supply Co., vs Travelers -
Both Muriel and her husband wins were winner, Tommy wont Braden spies B. Sen reck East
vldes a stiff fine for anybody ban won while under the watch. ter Mr. will report to Floyd ,
'Ray Wilkinson 33 and Dr. Julia I
.
Co. suit
who molests the air-breathing put on brief gymnastic exhibi- i bronze medal taking third sodBilly Ambler 27 ful eye of their former coach. Indemnity members on plans for the summer Naples Civic Association, Naples
was smooth as the I for
judgment.
mammal. dons for the TV audience. placed fifth In JuvenUle boy ;marina' waters by contrast program and describe activities Beach Club Hotel, Knightsof

with the 28-foot ketch Odette'sfalse Center MARRIAGES to date. Columbus Town and Country

start Monday The auxlll. Cypress The meeting will be precede Liquors North Naples Civic
Licenses Issued
Make Most of Fresh PineappleBy ary engine caught on the first Supper WednesdayThere ed by a covered dish supper, Association, Rutenberg Homes
try Instead of taking three hour Blount Crelgh Hall and Janice 6:45 pjn at the Center. AU First National Dank. Naples Civic
to start. will be a covered dish I I Ellen Glldden Immokalee.
members guests, or Interested Association Mary Helen Watkins -
The lanky Wilkinson wore supper on Wednesday June 24, Archie Will Mobley Naples adults are Invited. Pleas Mrs. June Haschka Col.

CECILY BROWNSTONE, y 1 bathing trunk and Dr. Ambler '7:00 p.m. at Big Cypress Center and Mantis Davis Strickland,ImTiokalee. call Mrs. Ted Below, Sr. at JJE. Betts, Greater j Naples
Associated Press Food Editor wore a shirt and short when for the board of directors rand Chamber of
Big Cypress Center for any further Commerce and Mrs.
THERE ARE more ways than t they: stepped aboard. members of Dig Cypress Information. Irene Zlpprodt.

one of preparing a fresh pine- The doctor' tresses, newly Inc. Those attending are askedto License Applications

apple-and all of them make II washed, were confined by a headband bring a serving of food for

serving the fruit easy and till they dried. four people and Individual sll- Robert William Hicks and Mary MOMENT OF COMMUNICATION
attractive. I, "I just took my last freshwater E i.: Bradley Naples I 1.0UISVIIII'I I AC) An twist wax undergoing a revival

Here's a rundown on ways to s --. shower," she explained.A verwsre.If there are questions call Robert Ray Carberry and Indiana, I'nu' hay siudinl' ., and akked whether shewar going I
offer the pineapple in slices in friend delivered aome mis. any Denise Kay Snow, Naples. 'plating a poMn I, in a laundry for "Oh I d m't g" in "h.iwih
spear in the shell, and aa pickups cellaneous supplies to Wilkinson Mu.Ted DelowSr at 2-2812.. '.hIV nut ,.ling htiwhoal, boat" wan the reply "I gn to

in the shell to accompany a II at dockside and handed him was qucvtonrj, hy a woman 7hii a regular ..huri.h."
before-dinner drink or as dessert some small change from the pur. 1 .it ,d* ll ,'unluln_ d 'hY, lh. hnw
__ chase.: 11 J tot

SLICED PINEAPPLECut "I'll buy an ice cream cone [ :Tuesday, June 2J. 1904 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
I along the to Bermuda \J/'S \ 'i
a thick slice from the top way ,

and bottom of a ripe pineapple. quipped Wilkinson.The ItiI}
schoolmaster and the doc.
Ilt
Stand on a board and cut away tJ *
tor took .
along only eight gallons ,
"
rind from the top downward witha Ic ,.-. .
of --- -
gasoline for the Odette's 10 -
email harp knife cut out eyes. ..
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hourspower engine and plannedto ; "' : have YOU
Cut in 1/2-inch thick slice. Cut '
t sail most of the 1,200 milesto .
core from dice with a small : Thc
t Bermuda, their first port of '
sharp cookie cutter-rounded or
c: Then comes a gruelling I heard theNEWS
,
some other interesting shape. 1 'I Ist r \
v 2,700.mll: leg across the Atlan. A
lie: Ocean to Portugal'. Azores ; i
PINEAPPLE SPEARS '
e s / J Islands: and a oo.mil. '" ?
Cut a thick slice from the top J.4 run "t I.v
ortheast to Britain.
and bottom of a ripe pineapple /
Dr. Ambler Is the acknowl. A' you can get
saving the bottom alice. Removethe fA'

fruit in cylinder form by running edged crossed: mariner the Atlantic of the last two.Febru.try She. L ... .&;y.ff ,

a sharp thin, long blade .v ,
ji
around the pineapple between the a* one of two women who i

rind and meat leaving the shell PINEAPPLE PRETTY The fresh fruit may'" cut tailed with five men to the Ba fJh '
? .
lama* Wilkinson ,
irxtact One of doing this is teaching at .... ,
way and served bite sized
ingeniously in spears or pieces lock Sound, Bahamas, built his '
to cut from either end to the Y: 5
the knife in the shell boat, In spar time with what he .. ," SHIRTSPROFESSIONALLY
half-way point, keeping
.u..,._."."6 "_" .6h"....".. ..._..w._....... '.'.'..6. ..,.ft.4..__ laved: from Ms t4,200 a year sal. .. --- -...

Push the cylinder out of the bottom 7.Asked whether romance was ;...
(Urge) end pressing from
by
fill with the b.irewing between him and Dr,
over; pineapple For a first
the top (small) end. Cut the cylinder course, arrange
in half lengthwise then .pear*. Garnish with a sprig of marinated shrimp along the :1 mbler, Wilkinson said "I don't Fret are funny appendages and only constant care keeps

into quarter. Cut core from each fresh mint empty center charm I ,t ,,ii,,e- rl mane lOW We at don't the moment.want to"talk of them from detracting from your chic bathing or sun suit.

quarter. Cut quarter into speaV. apple and apex pineapple A speclsl lotion LAUNDERED and 954
Dr. Ambler said she antlcU helps slough off dry, dud skin and gives
Place the bottom that was cut PINEAPPLE PICK-UPS pieces and aiinmps with picks- pi ted the voyage to England toes and heels a softer, smoother look. Use Indoors after FINISHED for only ,
from the pineapple on a serving for heip-youratftf .*m e.
,
With a )arge sharp knife cut w ould be a much rougher cross.
plane; place the pineapple shell the pineapple in half right Substitute fresh abode .IM..- In C than her trip to the Bahamascause bathing or smooth It on at the beach or poolslde.

through the green plume or crown berries for.nhnmp in center "r f b4, the ketch will take amore

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FARMER IN THE DELL U.S. Bids for Cyprus Peace



I &bt XovRtTUESDAY Colliei t Nt\tts : -r In Talks With Turkish Chief


BY RAY CROMLEY

JUNE 23, 1964 :::7.. Washington Correspondent
Newspaper Enterprise Assn.


s afA
I 'As Much': The Proven'Experiment' CITY WASHINGTON (M2A) Here is a two-paragraph storyof

how a Turkish invasion of Cyprus was prevented.

LittleThe The Turk were ready to go with their invasion forces when
Too President Johnson sent quick word to Turkey's Prime Mm-

.ster Ismet Inonu that he recalled that some time back the

big need in American public schools A few days ago, a group of Young Americans Turks had casually said they'd take no drastic action without

today is to establish equality of education, departed New York for Europe, the van consulting the United States

says Francis Keppel. who is commissioner of guard of many more who will take part this .f' -_.:. Johnson reminded Inonu there had been no consultations.
education in the Department of Health, Edu year in something called "Experiment in In He said he knew the Turks didn't break promises. So why

cation and Welfare ternational Living." :. didn't the Turks and the Americans talk first, before mill

By the end of 1964, some 2,300 American tarv action'
This does not necessarily mean desegregation ..
With the Turks railed off the Invasion. John
teachersand more ado
child the same qualityor college and high school students, no
amount, nor giving of ucation every Paradoxically in others will have visited 40 countries :': son formally Invited Inonu to Washington. lIe's scheduled to

and counterpartsfrom -r, arrive Sunday, June %1.
it means a deliberate in. around the world, 2,700
Keppel's opinion .
the positive side. 85 countries will have come to America ; Immediately following the Johnson Inonu talks Greek
equality-on Prime Minister George Papandreau come to Washington
At the time exchanges between countries
It is time." he says "that we recognizethat same ,
with Johnson.
for similar talks
other than the United States will in.
children who have been deprived the the State that the
There is speculation within Department
students. All told
volve hundreds more ,
most need the most, that in their schools invasion leaked
Turks though determined on an deliberately
4 29,000 people on six continents are Involved
need not merely as much as in i'
I they other schools more" annually in the program. their intentions and waited for the United States to act

education has been hesitantand The word "experiment" is somewhat of a
All too often SECRETARY OF STATE Dean Rusk's advisers are convinced
immobile in the face of new challenges, misnomer, for the little-publicized Experiment 'Y3 + R 1 nevertheless that the danger of a Turkish invasion

Keppel maintains, He proposes six measures in International Living has been sending e'J' has not been erased only postponed. They believe there is a
would make education "a young people abroad since 1932 when it ..
which he believes powerful feeling among Turkish leaders that they must come
for change" and not merely a was founded by Dr, Donald B Watt (now re
creative agent to the military aid of the Turkish minority in Cyprus.
of stability"Begin : tired) as a nonprofit organization devoted to of State
"preserver international .cultural understanding. Experts in the Department privately believe that
S working with children as youngas cross 1 the Cyprus constitution specifically gives Turkey the right to
3 and 4 in nursery schools-"a powerful For the exchangees, though it is truly an ; invade Cyprus under the conditions that now exist on the

chance to cancel out deprivations that will experiment-an opportunity to live, for a island (Greece has the same right.I

otherwise affect every aspect of their lives." few weeks or months, in a typical householdin But right or not, the United States fears a Turkish Invasionof

e Discard convenient assumptions about a foreign land as a member of a native Cyprus would set off a Greek.Turkish! war, disrupt the

the disadvantaged child's level of interest; family Cou, r North Atlantic Treaty Organization and set the stage for

instead enrich all children's"horizons of ex An early "experimenter" was Sargent P major gains by the Soviet
perlence" in such things as art and music Shrlver, director of the U.S. Peace Corps, RTiONyeNt "Khrushchev is eagerly Union-1 ,

and nature study who lived with a German family at the heightof U.S, diplomat unhappily. '
the Nazi era and saw first-hand the effectsof
e Keep the schools for perhaps 12
open
a totalitarian government on its people IF illS ADVISERS IIA\E THEIR WAY, here Is what the
and 12 months and 11IokS
or 14 hours a day a year, :
"
offer for adults as well as childrento Years later the Experiment played a key .. President will do in his talks with Inonu:
make programs the schools a "full-time resource for role In the launching of the Peace Corps ,:' e Make it clear that the United States agrees with the

the whole community" when F. Gordon Boyce, president of the U.S. Greeks that the present constitution of Cyprus is unworkable -
Experiment, was called in by Shriver as a lit gives the Turkish minority strong powers of veto
e Establish a firm and working alliance consultant. To date, the Experiment has """ 1 'i- over decisions by the Greek majority)

between the school and home-bring the trained more than 400 corps volunteers pea e e Say he agrees with the Turks that some way must be

parents in "with as partners in the unmatched educational in With U.S. and international headquartersin jI The World Today found to guarantee the rights of the Turks who have livedin
enterprise an intensity
for centuries.
Putney, Vt., the Experiment is involvedin In Cyprus
history a growing number of besides its '< By JAMES MARLOWE S Tell Inonu that the United Stales will back him in an

e Bring the schools into closer alliance\ own exchanges. programs .' ., Associated Press N .wt Analyst, effort to obtain an International guarantee for the Turkish
with all community resources so that they N 1 : minority on Cyprus-a guarantee backed by United Nationsor
It works closely with American and for. tLw'--- 1--
Isolated and the
from
are no longer apart other acceptable "third party" military forces
sign universities the State Department and store which Is based
the
community they serve. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (CAP) The on e Suggest It'S now "unreasonable" to expect the Greeks
numerous public and private both Constitution and Is unrelated to
Create a corps of dedicated teachers groups, NEW YORK (AP) Peter Supreme Court, undeterred by and Turks on Cyprus to "reasonably" end the dispute themselves -
here and abroad where its three decades of population: each state Is en.
criticism
that It Is
who have the "warmth and insight which no experience in international people-to-people Duchln, 27, son of the late plan. pushing too titled to two senators elected by They're too worked up.
far too fast and usurping pow. Tell Inonu that if he Isn't with the of
legislative act can accomplish. co-operation are invaluable 1st, Eddie Duthln, married New the whole state. I happy thought .
There Is little that is revolutionary aboutKeppel's York socialite Cheray Georgea er, has finished another jammed The court began to move Into having the Cyprus problem settlin the United Nations,
"The Experiment in International Living year deciding cases from civil
of Zauderer Monday. then Turkey and Greece had better sit down and come to
recommendations Some them this
says President Boyce, "was the first institution rights and communism to re. problem of reapportionment
what is to be done on the i IslandWASHINGTON
such have Guests at the ceremony In the In 1962 but an Agreement on
as parent-teacher co-operation of its type to use the home as a class apportionment. this year's actions I '
long been employed in most schools. room-as a laboratory-in fostering interna Park Avenue apartment of the It continued to assert Its con. were the climax. ANA"SMALL

What would be revolutionary would be tional understanding.! bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. cern for civil liberties-protec. The court made a ruling!!: t

their adoption-with an'"unmatched intensi The measure of its success is shown not George Zauderer, Included Do.chin's tion of the Individual from the which affected Communists fa. BUSINESS I
ty"-In the nation's forgotten schools, godparents, Undersecre power of the stats. It handled vorably. But It was In effect an
only by its in America but by the tary of State and Mrs. W, Aver. expression of the court's WHS "
growth con. I. N HARDIR
whether they are in the slums behind Main fact that it by labor problems and many cases "
adopted so
Street or hidden in the hills beyond State many ell Harriman which may seem minor to the cern that Individuals be protect. A iircnt deal of iilli'ntinn. In who just rennet seem 10 get
other nations.
Route 1. general public but took time, ed by the Fifth Amendment'sguarantee being focused on the plum fur out of bed In the morning Anyone
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) work and thought. that no one shall be n Hocnlkd war on xi\eity| who hats lived In a small
Sgt. Alvin York, 76, hero of Near the end of last year's deprived of life, liberty or prop. \U 10 far, there ,iiullv hat town where. all aspects of life
World War I, is listed In satis. term the court blew up a storm erty' without due process of law. not been di-M loped l by those are more evident to observation
others' factory condition at the Veter. by banning any required read. lei pursuance of this the court who think bill on the public ha* often wondered on

s'ay_ ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS ans Hospital In Nashville. Ing of the Bible and the Lord's ruled unconstitutional a section pujnill any reneonabigutde thin. point Why are there those
York entered the hospital Fri.. Prayer In public schools Attempts of the Subversive Activities Con. in to Just what ('1011 Mil il 1 iile'nl, folk, not \lilou. and In fart
day with Internal bleeding. ,' were made in trol Act that denies passports toCambers'of poverty, often mokl amiable; but who
,,,0 .... bjh Congress .0 S I hi the Iowll'lo"erd..II"
rannexer Ie are
:.: "rr} I.L .i o this.ys'/rito mute tt1ll!' decision.But bffcia"lt'dealgnat4ed "
1 vI rar1 + MOSCOW' (AP) -. NlkoiallS./ these attempts to pro.duce I Communist organizations.. Neither : 1) or twmetlmeiilrxrrlbrd
have
Patollchev, SO, Soviet miniver a constitutional amend. The court refused to review, anyreaaonable I anawers -- '! a* Jut ihirtleis.

of foreign trade, was reportedto ment permitting the reading of and thus let stand, a lower U.S. been f .5.
have "suffered a collapse"just court decision of last Dec. 17 I Hi' ( lily dwellers ore not si)
the prayer and the Bible have given. as to firndiur with ilimuit although
thin -
before beginning talks witha which reversed on technical
failed o far and will probably why semepeople
;
it dll! >ii Xisl In the big
delegation of Italian business.men. grounds a $120,000 fine againstthe alway.erem -
fete totally. ir- Pities. for example'. ever tin
party for failure to submit to I
Hiiimnfiocullid
iiiilion there hall brit
Again this u
Italian sources In Moscow year, one week be. detail of Its membership and be mirtrd 'cl\II ri lit*" demiiiiKtration -
fort It finished
said Monday a Foreign Trar1 up Monday", the finances. with poverty Most of Hum are
Ministry spokesman informed court gave perhaps Its most The court was loaded down see I consplcuoim by the small per

the Italian Embassy that Fato.llchev far-reaching opinion In years, with racial and civil rights Now, ai l II i eintuKC <>f any racial minoiity
one which will\ surely shake the well known, c. W. Harder
had suffered a collapse problems this term. participating with most nf the
and couldn't attend the talks. foundations of the old political The court overturned a series and widely acknowledged by all \ clam, raised by the misliu
The nature of his Illness wasn't machines as they haven't been of trespass convictions against except by some of these pub. who while In small towns standout
disclosed. lit generations.This i It.In demonstrators; threw out lie paid "bin thinkers muny in the big. cities me nevtinc '
ruling It people are ofllieted with povcrty <>unid a* until
may affect existing
the conviction of 65 Negro students
practically all 50 states 11\. due to lack of opportunity I Nome occuKionn ouch ua have
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-An. arrested on breach of the 5.
strurted them to recently occurred bring them
overhaul their
atoly F. Dobrynin, Soviet am. legislatures peace charges In a 1960 racial And of course It would br tOIlI'lh'r lit somerallying (I"ht.
bassador to the United States, by reapportioning. demonstration; ruled against a heinous heresy for come of 5. .
their election
says that "little by little" rela. districts. Southern courtroom custom of them lo point out that a
"Don't think thert'i lo life The court ' mart tlons \
you between this country and addressing Negroes by their large In governmentMatlktii
both houses of state 81.1 any
than just having a lernfc backhand" Russia "are moving In the right legislatures first names Instead of as apprenllienhlp have .* on povertv Yet all
........ ...., direction." must be reapportioned to getaway "Miss" or "Mr." or "Mrs."* employment to many, or the training, retraining, and
The ambassador, In a speech from the present, ancient let stand a lower court ruling ronrenlratlon of economic pow retraining program* that
er Into lesser hand with the
In which
Monday to the World Trade districting a relatively that hospitals accepting federal j ian be devised, will not helpa
remitting automation has created
Sequel lt> Clolul'C Club at San Francisco, said small number of people In one funds for construction must de. the lac k of opportunity I substantial part of this element .
district elect
ran one legislatorwhile
'people everywhere want to be. segregate their staffs and fact!. which leads tii povertyelthrr 'I heiomp affluent rltiien.
It is likelythat no plans exist for practice than was prohibition. It Ileve In peace," and added: "I four times as many tiles; upheld a lower court de. would It be politic for them to S. .

enforcing the new civil-rights law. must be received with forethought.There believe you Americans don't squeezed elsewhere Into elect a single district Clffon declaring unconstitutional I point out that big government | With the 'IN'tit'voliMit compos-
can only one. senate' nensi of reality that
want Louisiana law farm hate driven :
The Individual states have none so war. ____ regulating seg. programa I
are encouraging signs of Earlier this year the couit regatlon of the races In public many family farm out fir bUM- Kcm to exist only in small
far as can be learned If President the spirit that Senator Humphreyasks Original Objective said similar reapportionment parks and recreation centers mess. and no on, el al, el al towns. people II.'IM lung characterized .
Johnson and the Justice Department Original objects of the must be worked out by the and banned ; .o them social mixlHx
for. There are, in fact, signsof any requirementthat with the old homily, You can't
states In electing representa. But what about the people
have a plan it has not been founders of Dartmouth College candidates for public office
of attitude the level I make u silk I purse out of n
a change at } educate Indian tlves to Congress. This does not be alTllcted with poverty becauBr
disclosed. But even a secret plan which counts most-that of the was to touch the arrangement for sen. designated on ballots by they fill to lit in with any so- i iclalllrd..r low s eur"
seems unlikely in view of a state- >ouths. rare. Al every email, town I .5.
\ Senator Humphrey who people. The Justice Department > ,. One of the most notable decl. resident, knows, there' are always II I I. quite apparent that the
ment by completed a survey as of June 1 i.\: dons of the year, or any year, .iiplo| who Just cannot failed State Treasury will

ought to know what ,is afoot. of the amount of desegregation,: of LaRA ( O.VL.AIL.O was the court's ruling that the be renx| >nnible, never be able to perform anymiracle
Mr. Humphrey, who maneuvered public accommodations in southernand Fifth Amendment, which says a .5. with BOW ears, either
the new bill into law, has come out tGVL.AA witness '-an't be forced to In. There are hone who become Thl I III a point that ahould be
It is border states that has taken MOOT STATUTE: criminate himself, applies to addll led to drugs, there are borne In mind when plans are
with a constructive proposal. place in advance of the passage of BERATES uLE witnesses In state the "'II lnoH," there are those debated lo end all poverty
ACROSS .ll '\1"\ pro eedtngs .... ,....
also in its broad aim, conciliatory \ a' ''" : te4.t.t: ftu.
the new law. Most of it occurred in II.rd'd: :24y'ala' .. oR..AA' as well as federal.

He suggests that the governors of the past 12 months and may have 4. Th'lllttlrl "",I"" A Iof.T5.STAAONf.S.STATE.l.Y( * * .. ..,.. ..,... .,... .,... .. .,.... .. ... * *. * *

the states, and President Johnsonfor been sparked by a series of conference 'i tt hlnl 24 \/'II.lt,1/' i -

the federal government, should with local businessmen and 11 l'hr'uciug) ::1\ 11onauii. wIM, RIA I .. I

call conferences on how the law leaders that was begun in May of brother,
should be handled. last year by President Kennedyand l'upald, 2""II"t\ ,. .!MATINEE f I I ICLDATOMiI

He hopes, he said, that such a continued by President John drill 1..1. :Y4 pour of a ST HEED N

series of conferences would stress 1I..h...... brit, PER STS! -'" ARMY fiY000F1CNW/JNTOUWEEE/ "-.-.... SUSMBHINf' Pf.
i\lInll.:: TEll fir TilLeRS rov m milt .
titcori
r xk :11 it
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"the spirit of cooperation with the son.There has been at least one category 16 Old Fnp .,.._.........:.. SOLUTION Of YMTf ROAT'$ PUZZH4J Of II rat funesi tot DYER rue HEllOS ,, e -. LONG Tun THttl
on" coo Bum 1//
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bill that will lead to a spirit of for ; of desegregation in 397 of the loin :M. Cr.ilt !Sri ;i|1'0111I 2 lip hunt D MM fit KHIKOH JO rlld 4 J 1II" THAT IS THE fIlISfDJIITIL HfIlDECI

bearance on the part of the federal total of 566 communities covered. 1 17 SvUitc :iJ. lliirnlHK 4)) K".1.",'it J I'''ni|) IILONI WITH 7/44E YODNfrf NCEDEDAREreo MIRRORS C IsX/STaaovs THIWltlRCE

In genus 3t Ililelimi 44 I mud' 4, Past "TTED INTO THEENDSOPRTUBS 4 Of .
government. Theaters have been desegregated,: THI WHTIK.WHICH
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To put this in other language: if 287 of these; restaurants in 298; I1) Umiiimannhhr 371'rep.trrdi 1&,111,111 4mmiU suuch1)0W,, 6 3, Krsldcnict Fdloa I orfN/NGSruT/N NAS TWO /... .... "lAP'4 '!' _

a reception for the new law is not hotels and motels in 267; lunch :JO lliirmrMiltiiun i4.Stta'd: '\ 7 THE 3/OCi. I : lAlINI''N' ,

planned carefully, there might develop counters in 355, Biracial committees 41 lllh rvgln. I I Pcuu>' M. ouiillng Comrade f 7 TfoIl TOIIRJMCANae Ulj5

in the vacuum a "massive re- operate in 184 of this group of 566 frame TOtOOKVf TILTED
sistance" such as marked the Supreme communities. Voluntary groups of 1. J i.;1 t. 1 a C /D 9. Mil a } 'NTO TNt 1111.Iir1M / ,

Court desegregation rulingof businessmen women' 10 lubll.inlU
lawyers, or- I rZ '
// Palm fiber. 1 6.
a decade ago. And this, in turn, ganizations, churches, and the like J.5 Id < lip

might provoke the kind of sharp have also been at work. Both the f /.5 21 Ice 1 ill u I rlii Iluu Iluu LEND

federal reaction that came when United States Conference of Mayors '. 1 lrallnu'nlol.l
i 0 : Piddle TM/J lever eg*if uxon
sent the
President Eisenhower @
and the American Municipal r WCw i wiDe dEEA on
United States Army into Little Association have offered help to If ]. 11 21 !Mudt-iree SWUNG OUT Of THE inn
:2"i I Dnlired n 0e1CLOSE-at'M
y Rock. communities.This / n t IfH :lti! sh"|>Korn O s Of MM OBJtCT,

Neither the states, nor Washing is impressive. It suggeststhat :17 h-1I"w net WARIARE vsto on PeR/SCOEJ LAND ao LEND ACARfDUYMARREO AND THE TILT Of THE U10T
t.e II 71., .IIiI.1I1 see: n MM INE TOT ffliM Till THE OfSltfff -
ton, nor the American people can the popular consensus which to ); :1*. lihMiun t- SuEROMaN6 GRAUfD THI UlTDMCeftHO
afford to leave so momentous an surrounds the workings of law and Ja J.l ?Jlr 31111( I clot. AIOxuVDle, TO ill! Of THI OtJtCT.
;ij" iltHT Win A THIS SCALE Stows/rs
HO
event as the passage of this law to can make all the difference between antepea i ./ IVtMMIMI IHO* TM ; DIRECTION

unplanned hazard and to the raw civil combat and orderly solutionsis + :::. Jr 0< Ju 31 Fteld rat r SURFACE,

forces of disorder which could then already in operation. ,d %I". iR'I 32! Rugged Yl

t take over. The law is not a panacea.It We warmly support the spirit of .n creilBroaden I a
establish a frameworkfor for which Senator / / ;12i I RAdl/REe/
can only cooperation 36 Sun ) uaJk
working solutions out. It could Humphrey asks. Everyone would n A.. 1/' of JS Panhed 1L 1Mr0PMTOf; -

prfcve more difficult to enforce in stand aghast at the alternative. 40 Si', ,'ue| [S Or QL
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it, ::9"s:5g5/1zlcIu': ..1-'s'n COLLIER COUNTY NEWS7



lOll boats ._ Tufxlay, JID. U 1964

.ld/BIle 'P'llhJelllt 'I 4W _



I'1I City






CLASSIFIED MART Court


Lacolla Flnler 21, of He.

Donald Quarters, was serign.

ced in City Court Monday r-n.

lug to 14 days in JaIl by Jui=,

JI? Thomas R. Brown after the ;afcund


J'c'J'! autoS 1ld'W210' ? J'c"J-kc'J'! y10s i. bI.I' .iI .11 battery.According her tullty to testimonythedn.of assault t J



fendant knifed John Vicker.In:ve

left lee and opened a cut that re.

quired several stitches to clcse.

The Judge pronounced sentence

1AnnouncementsPI.AU 23-Misc. For SaleReclining 49-Houses For Rent 65Gen. Real Estate and said it was not longer on!]

BEAUTY "Il7i stTT" .., because the defendant has to i.are
SALON Chair for Dadd ( lIt? GET THE KEY TO A HOME
IUI T. T."'....., Trail' Good os.d Plastic, and roth Available at once I bdrm t HOMES not just riou.ee. but for a 10.month.old child.
Midway. m/t Ml t 7347 $/21.3? 1115 bath,unfurnlthedVINCE N.., Lake. Park School "0"''.. The kind. that naede James Austin Weems, 28, of

GOING OUT OF only: : your family to grace them 549 13th Street North was fined
Du. to D..th In the Family' and make them Into warm,
Vie. Shoe Repair' will bt cleoad BUSINESSEXCELLENT CONBOY friendly hans of oh cal' comfort kL $10 for failure to dim his car
Jun. U till July 4. Moun to end epiritual. blie..: Maywe lights to oncoming traffic aid
CONDITIONLIKE Ill Ilh Aol. ,
pick up repeired worli tri poll Porhway help you alert making your'
,d ''n 'I",," ...'nrlnw NEW Ph. MI .5741 HOME TODAY $:'r. for having no valid driver's

It Ft Open Frozen Two bdrm hou.e FOR SALE license. Asked why he had no 11.
Boats-Motors Acces.lISlChres.Cr.ft I FI Gloss Front Refngeretor OR RENT. One block from bedroom*. IH baths.
adding door $Stmle Steel achool JI32 Francis Avo 1100dn .'""klld. $12.001 cense, Weems said he never had
Perhck, StemleM SteelI ?
21 I- Con.til II Ft Coal. 160 00 per mo. Ml 2.30i)7. taken the driver's test
5.bodnsomL I bath .
lotion twin 130,. Ship, to ahora On. Ton Fodder Air Con. I/H.tfHou Diana. Av*. II1.100 Willie Lee Davis, 29, of Mc.

w.ih depth lit.finder.ck.t., fully, c.equipped. Ml G,.trisMERCANTILE,: : ... two turm.hod bdrm, I Call bath.2 completely SIM. I.bedoo". .lbath A "MUST" ON TilE ITINERARY of any art lon? \\sli\ng\ \ New York Donald Quarters, was fined $2*

Can.un b.0' '.2176...n .t"roc.lunk.8mth U7S0 00., Marco. Florid Ml I.Mil 1 bdrm. fur Coconut G.u. 111' .MOV state according to Anne La H.utille Bowes, is Museum of Art, Munson- for carelf driving and Ellii
cottage completely
Chris C.It. 1/16.&t malted I block from beach APPOINTMENT. PLEASE Williams-Proctor Institute at Utica, N. Y. Cluster 2ft, River Park Apia.,

26-Personal 1 blka from pier' Available anti1 See Naples South end MedolHommn was fined $13 on similar charge.
Dec I. Ml 14011 5SlOtI I
5-Business Oppt.TEXACO on displly.Associal.o. by local painters (somewhat In Lewis Moire,41McDonildQuir.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS bedroom houae furmihed TV ten wan found not guilty of as.
iff-beat ,
travel
cable available, Adults I topics the Greenwich and
Men orwom.nw"'h drinking. only : Village style) fault and
INC. '. for cell Ml 14702. l/Htf Lucille On Virgil Marcum battery.R.'ldlley .
prob' "' Ask help by Indoor of music dance
programs
ins Ml 14351. Vi.itor cordielly I b/nm. furnished. 0' snfun.nishad Bob Jaeg.rDEWEY o Charles Earnshaw,
I.on.For laaae ultramodern. now under. .cenatruc ton MMoorinf welcomed Meeting., In Put hClU. with carport onpni POLLY and drama will offer a full roundof of 411 Sixth Street South, was fin.i .

Shopping Center. N.. Saptit Church Annei on Slh vat..sta ti. Call And.nson activities Thursday through i ed for failure
$15 to
yield at
a
I St at lIlt Ave every Tue*. and MI 2 bOlt 6/.11
1 piM "...] treimns program andfinancial Fri. S 30 "M. REALTY Saturday 10 a.m. till 10 The
. au.itance available" n.ght at GOING ON VACATION 'J/ ? p.m., stop sign. resulting accident

For information: oh thu valuable ; Corner of let Avo U* 4 tapksoadBy and Sunday, noon till 10 p.m. caused $650 damage to Earn.
',.nc",.. contact Don 33-Services OfferedSEE t ROOM COTT"GESLEEPS ,
Ab Tarnami Trail shaw's
and
to
ernethy. Texaco. Inc P 0on I ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN MI use About 240,000 people cante to i car $350 the other

.HIM liSt Ft Myer. Phone CO LEE PETRI for sots and OR MONTH AVAILABLE IN NORTH BY WEEK CAROLINA -113 13th Sf. No. N,.., 2' the Museum during 1963, eitherto vehicle involved.

lawn mower repelr. All work J700 FT ELEVATION bedroom, I both outre toilet?$ enjoy art exhibits art class Jeannelte E. Iverson, 49, of
.uarantaed. Pick and do
up CALL Ml 2 sit?. l/IOtf IOn Eighth Avenue North was
TEXACO INC. livery Now ?located at North lit Utility large Florida room, Anne L, Bowes est fine films, musical programs *

For laa.. hih potential, I lay Naple E.o Ml I 59S4. l/l2t VERY ROOMY ..... 2 Bathe good etarago, carport. Near \ and lectures or to ram fined $15 for careless driving
Station now In oparelion inNeple. un'un..hed. h on large lot Coke Pork School. SI 1.600. and $23 for leaving the scene
.. Peid Treimni Program :38-Autot For Sale in I Ridge. Enjoy u.'b;' --- ble through the Fountain Elms 1 of an accident. William Joseph

and. finencial .....lane *vail room in this .. J redecorated 653. 130k A... So. 3bedroom$ mansion next door. This stately -
able. For Information and available" at only Those travelers who have been e.. The simplicity and frlendllf Ryan 30, of 2032 First Street.
ContactDon
1H2 ThunderbirdHerdtop R .. 1150/mo Contect William B. ? oath I largo porch gorogo.rieot home reveals mtd19th cen- South, was fined $10 for failureto
Abernattiy Teiaco Inc.. unable resist the lure of ness of this rural section will
M Tenth St. No L to gaudy
H. Power window. .eat. Fee Air.. 19,800. Coh? '
P O. Bon 1IM Ft fn'i Jt architecture and and
Mysri.P5055 decor Sentence
tury appear. was
EQ I 4111 4i, if tory' air conditioning, Low mill-, 5 tYlOtfPine 900. Down $Us. month New York's World Fair would dowell delight you. Don't be surprised suspend
.g* Ml 14104 after I 'PM I p. 'contains the research library of' ed on a charge of no valid drlavel"a
4/21 If f bedroom furnished houaelaionabl with f.. end In*. FIlL to explore the rest of the 1 If residents are extra helpful

KARMANN GHIA One own 3.5773, td right P.rlliao Ml state while they are In It. There or detain you to chat awhile. the Oneida Historical Society.If license.
12-Help Wanted or Excellent condition 195000. 1672 Jowol Box A... W..... have you are driving anywhere near Julo Moore, 62, of Naples,
244 3rd Ave. N. Ml 1742 For rent or sail, 'Two bedroom are sights and sites worth far From Mlddleburg you a pleaded guilty to
011 control it..? & failing dilv
front "'
Utica Munson-WtllUms-
Help, wanted Man or worn ho.... on canal 620 14th put
than choice of Route 145 which -
few of
the Fairground -
more
an to '.rva public 17.000 to Ave. South See your broker air. 2 bedroom 2 both, acres passes Proctor within his lane. Sentence) was
110.'000 po .,ible. Intorettlnf Words Don'tMean 6/21.11 porch '''119.. 119.9 50. Mov.Ing on Long Island Almost: the Howe Caverns and takes on your check-list of suspended on condition the de.

week work yearly No ,aft bans limit: ,I Honait t days nerd a A Thing mutt loll. 50.000 squire miles await you .> you to #20 west) or, continue on 'places to see. fendant Bubmlllodrtver'.license

working and car ti what you 50-Rooms For Rent from the surging seas off Mon-> Route 30 to Amsterdam and the re..etcamination:
need for thu petition Pleate, The d.ff..net you pay ..,II 1651 Mandarin Rd., 3 boa-.
do not apply If you' do not want .up,1t, you e".ck "Ih u. Large room ideel for working room*. 2 both, control hoot tauk Point to mile-high Mount t N.Y. Thruwiy. The section between Thelma Teresa Hodges, 35, of
.
to work Contact, Robert F. today and tea We're not fool couple Private' bath entrance & Marcy In the Adirondacks. State I Amsterdam and Utica Is 3520( Ninth Street North, was
Ballietto. .. .. manager. Ma Call MI t M3 weekend air, porch Corport.Aitumo County
plea' Memonel' Garden. Van inn! or after t. 6/l.3t mortgage. Na doting col. for state, there's probably more I deflnetely worthwhile and costs found guilty of failure to have
derbllt 0,. III Ave No between under
I: 30 and 12:00. MI I 2252tm .Falcon AT M $1,560. Down. SI8,400. MovIng variety scenically and culturally only 90?. This Is real historic car control. Sentence was
51-Wanted To Rent Mut Soil. suspended In light of her
.8t good
13Cov.l In New York than any other, country. Try to Imagine the set Court
Monia driving record.
I dr. AT
WANTED BEDROOM
: UNFURNISHED
I 13-Help Want. Female Lark aid ahift HOUSE, CLOSE 145 6th St. No., 3 bedroom. save California. In my next ting for "Drums Along the Mo- Lloyd Richard King, 33, ofoctlupt'e

Corvette cream(2 puff IN YEAR ROUND BEGIN 1 bath fireplace carport' three columns I'll deal with off i hawk" as you pass over once On a charge of driving while was fined $13 for haying .
WatrDos .nled So r.n.c Ii barnd NING SEPT 1ST WRITE
loun,.. Must b. 'I )'... MI Chryaler' 300 2 dr. loaded BOX 404, CORAL GABLES 34. good Inveitment. S12.950. beat and on-beat points Interest bloody ground. It's not hard to ;license was suspended Lloyd D. no valid driver's license.
Falcon Future 2 d,. ..td.II .
2 252. 1/16.1f. I FLA 113.11 450 16th Avo. So. Aqualone. there. conjure up hardy pioneers at ,Parker| was sentenced In County Jackie Richard Murray,21Ocho.

Experienced'. Rettaurant weitrette See. at Helen Beroni Valiant Imperial'AT 2 dr. HT !54-Tnd or Sell 2 bedroom, 2 botha, contril ,, Two good rules of travel are work In their fields and build- I, Court Monday by Judge! pee, was fined $10 for allowing an

"'onl. 6114.1. 'Imperial' 4 dr. hoot & air garogo water to avoid high-speed highways Ing log camps, or Indians skulking I|Richard M. Stanley to pay a unauthorized, person lo drive.
Cadillac DeVille 2 dr HT Will, trade equity In Leka Park front. S3),500.) In and A tx>nch warrant was Issued for
l4-H.lp Wanted Mate Cadillac D.Ville 4 dr. HTR.mbl. haute for lend In City or Coun. generally and to set your speed I by canoes wsrpartles. I|fine of $250 or spend 125 days Ernestine Goff of

Conln.nl.1., waos crsam"T.puff"/C ty. Cell Ml 142tl S/ttf 971 llth St. No.. 3 bedrooms, around 45 or 60 mph. As you! Either way you go brings you I|in Jail. plus 10 days In Jill. ged wild no valid Naples driver's, char 11.cense. .

over Station Chance attendant for advancement 30 )'... or 2 both, lorgo porch garage, leave New York City. one of the, to Utica, once dubbed the "city Harry Gary was sentenced to Bond was set at $15.
Old. l. loaded 57 House For Silo
Apply' In peraon Imperial Oil, Rambler 4 d,. overdr I hoot & 01,. SI7,500. S800. best panoramas and camera set. of sin". Undoubtedly. the name :10 days In jail on a charge of Two cases were continued.The
hoc North Trail: /KM I Dodge wagon V.I. AT i Down Si IS. month with lot still holds true but it has re* ,
Three bedroom home Cloae to while
tings can be had from across: the I I II driving license was re- peedlng case of Larry D. Payne
.
Truck driver wanted for route hopping churchea. achool Sewer fc .In*. FHA. No closing colt obtained certain refine- f
work. fee delivery' and water P.mofflhw.on Vs; AT""or conditioned, acreened river. Take the Lincoln Tunnel cently poked of Fort Myers will com up at

conditioning akka, ,L. P. Gas work. .MI Contact 2 4HI My. Y.I. ATI' lenal encloaed back Paymenta yard Cyclone only |fence 7t iM ; 1270 IllhSt. N.., 3 bedroom, out to New Jersey swing off at t ments which make It Interesting Robert D. McLean was given the next session of court, and

1/3.251 Ford Ford I VI cyl.. ATChevy per me, 'Including taxea end In..u.nc. 2 both*. SI,500. Down. Move the very first exit (to North Bergen culturally. At any rate, you'll I(an option of $35 or 35 days on Henry Grady Wlllli of Bonlta
ReinS Driver for reteil"i milk .. Right In. No qualifying. be tired now and this Is a good Springs, charged with failure to
of
HT
truck about 4 week work durln 'loaded John R. Wood 4 Auocletee : :: ) and wind north along Hud I WOOD CHRYSLER (30 Silt Ave S. Ml I 1.1351ii $107. monthwlh toiand ins. resting spot before heading west yield, asked that his case be
| July Drlvlne. only no rnhhandling. son Boulevard East (Rt. 505)). :]$50 or 50 days on an iOlproperrlver'
Ml t.3M3 after I m (/ continued to the first of Octo.
p the Lakes
to north
PLYMOUTH INC. 'HEfiRAHI"ERREDOllorln. Lot Block 9 You will twocllff-sidepsrks Finger or to ( license charge.
112I.StI _ 25. R.yoiNnobo pass her because of Illness In the
Am For 2(40 N. Trail Ml 2(551 for .aale, a nice 4 ape overlooking. bay, .....011. from which the huge Hudson its the Adirondacks.One Floyd J. Halpln received a family.
Looking I BR I bath waterfront
EVERYBODY LIKES A WINNER cioua home at 1590 Jewel, Box AV.. Coal M,500. sacrIfice' $6,950. ships and docks the streets and I of the finest museums In i suspended sentence of $36 or

A Particular HERE ARE 3 FOR YOU In Oyater Bay Large 10 130. skyscrapers ot the metropolispan the States stands In Utica, the ;15 days on a charge of failure
TO CHOOSE FROM: lot with ...", .11. Extra waterfront Lot U 17th Avo. So. Aquo.lone .
of Man 1962 Falcon' 4.dr Deluxe Sta. lots 20x10 across the atreet 1 waterfront out before you. Not many Munson-Wllllams-Proctor Institute t to yield right-of-way New Appliance
Type coot $7
B.T. Re 500.
from houae 21 WO U ,
AT, RAH 11250 I and Fountain Elms I louse.In
W'l' folks know of this Too fronds of the
On. who will, take an 'Interettin GOOD SECOND CAR u.... cycl. A.C. socific. $4,250. view. following were Service OpensIn
my buainet*. He mutt b. PRICED RIGHT This la truly aoffered bargoia balng often they spend money to mount Its permanent collection Iyou'll 1St reared when defendants failed -

bondeble.married, preferebly preferably church 30 to affiliatd S6.. engine 19(2, 17'. Boat Mitchell, treller Boet Included.SO HP er bank at valuation less' than at th.III.WO too. Lot 33, Banyan 3lvd High the Empire State or Rockefeller find examples of Rodin e to appear in court Jerome East Naples

ale. experience. H.Inu.t Summer la here 1950 Shown by DICK appointment. HILL lot overlooking. Gulf Sacrifice Building where the scene U hazy, Audubon Marln Picasso Dill, v v.llaIpern5 speeding,$25| Mary.In .
b. full time. 1961 International, I cyl. long
and prepared to atari aggrettive immediately wheel bate. ceb and chaaala tag. Reel, Estate Broker ot $5.950.VINCE and less dramatic. Millet, Milllol Darlach plus 1 M. Glnos, speeding, $30 W.L. Poyer, formerly a no.Uteii .
for Office at the Hilhouae Co (' ( with Vitro Maintenance
Suit farm truck 11150 00
Boulevard East Into the many contemporaries. The airy | M.
The man who qualifle could BUY IT RIGHT Ml 4301 CONBOY merges lenry Minster Ipeedlng.S301 DivIsor at M.ino IsUnd test
.arn above average Income. LUFF GMC. INC. S/Il St Palisades Interstate Parkway at lobby Is a functional delight of J'ack J. Redenbaugh, speeding
.11 51h Au. PrnhwayPt. station has
The job dials In the moat un 421 tin St. N. Mil 2270 Ing opened' a new
usual, material' In the world IThS lOt 57-Houses For Sal. .. 5.45 I ,..741 George Washington Bridge and marble delicate trees, statues $|:30j; William Bogner, speeding, arplUnie rvtie at 2347 Pine

Write; N.... Box 1737.A12frigeration Wht. Cad/las 'SI. All power. on this gorgeous dual roadway and a seemingly suspended stair J[:30j; Francis E. Watson, Jr., ',Ktreit, South, East Naples

ttan For Air.condlonu.g .. R. d"on.Factory P Air.asona- bie.E.C.II.nt Call' MIdway Con.. Three No Good Dorm terma I bath Ml I let 11414 Ave. you wind along the Palisades. way. Throughout the year, Mun- t:Ipeedlng $25j William (D.James The business will handle all

,...1 I yr.' eiperience na mechanic 4, commercial At. 2.2541.40Autos. evening. (/23.5t Picture turn-outs are frequentand son-Wllllims-Proctor museum v ragrancy" disorderly conduct -I kinds of domes!I 'WIl..II".1| i ran.glng -

tion, 'Excellent 4 rendential aclary, matalla MI. Repairs Parts MOORINGS bedroom. : :M bath Springlme I OrI REso4M traffic moves at a leisurely features an active calendar of |50| and Jimmy L. Morrison no I ISg i the entire field from small

; tl47t pool. acreened petlo I.cell.n' pace. The route takes you th rough events. Some like the 1963 ti: $35. Sot tle< trl\<(- Iron to the biggest

White or colored general I kitchen mortgage commitment Ysus Bear Mountain and PallsadeState Armory Show receive international refrigerator or alr.'omlltlonlng
in houae
ameller or vaCant
30 equity
10
between :
.m..1:30 help: pm.Apply t I pm. to 6p' LOOK HEREI land con.d.,'" aa da.n WANT AD Parks then vaults high above acclaim. The visual menu unit.,
on this IIn. nnsidonca.' Mrs.
Cafalerle papm.nt Poyer will handle the
Lampiahtar Charles Coo, R.to", Ths Holi. West Point. To visit this historic Is varied for example,IS Polish
Wondering where to fo Pittman Aiding i paper work for the new business
.
day 215 4th Au. I. MI B171. 1
1 15-Sal Help Wanted \ academy you need only detourtwo Palmers a collection of Cur
With car problems ? I//I. I and i't as office manager
your I Bdrm, 2 bath corner lot on PUBLIC NOTICIIN miles. The Parkway now be* ncr and Ives, Pre
GREATEST PART OR fULL. Factory Fmian Paint Joe canal conditioning fireplace : Route 9W and continues An pieces 40 Artists under
TIME OPPORTUNITY IN NAPLES comes ,
Owner
Wreck RibailtTansups I blocks to beech CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTH,I Richard plttman of Naila|, ,
Earn up to $65 00 and will till very' reeaoneblyPRIVATE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, COLLIER" along the Hudson to Catskill. Forty Japanese Prints etc. Dy
more weekly from the .tart L.,.. "'ort..... small dews I COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA v I Ire president of the Flnrlila'uneral 4.YCAR.OLDSATTEND
serving W'albns cuatomar Front end alignment payment. Call 0Ilee.. Ft./I'.5i IN CHANCERY' Here, you should cross overto stopping here this summer, you f Dtreitor As .o< utlon, PREP SCHOOL

Hou.akeepmg houaeholtf products 0 uarar.l.with.. Good Fullor Motor Ou..ulT'.n..I.'on ins' OX 43143. (JOY i JAY No 207 Route 23 A and take a look at can see Paintings of the Mohawk II lnt Frl-Uy at (the Fontaine.

pert time men or women rebuiltLubrication BROKERS(ALE Plaintiff the Catskill Mountains. Grand Valley. Each will bring to mind bl>l.au llotol In "!I..ml with men. ESTERVILLE.. Ohio (AP) -

hour.needed No et Investment once Set your Write own C. SnabosPelts Owntr must NO sill three bedroom ROBERT"*JAY. Gorge pick up Route 30 and scenes you passed along the b ers of the executive > ommlttet rwo doitn 4-year-old will goto

R. Ruble. Dept J 2. P 0. Bon ? 4 We. 2 bath home In THE MOOR Defendant follow the lovely Schoharie Creekto Thruway 01 r th* aaso"utlon! making Uns ]I Ir : Otierbein Collet not r.lI.rhey'U .
.
No 2447 Memphia. Tennet.ee INOI Central heat and air NOTICE OF SUIT
1/2J.24 Dent losS any further condIonn., carpeting throughout THE STATE Of FLORIDA-TO: Mlddleburg. Stop from time Between July 9-12th, the Fifth '.;> the state convention of the s'tend special preschool

See except 1 bedrooms, Com Robert Jay whose address it 1, to time for ice cream cones Annual Arts Festival will be held I roup to be held li' Se|>ttmb r c:lanes to be offered by the
kitcien; Including' disposal unkno.n gas '
16-Help Available Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. and plate diahwathar Nice, acreened You are hereby notified, that a i and aprowlthroughcountrystor at the Institute. Outdoor exhibits al t the Font.lneble.il. colle: |. education department.

porch. paved drlvewey, aodded suit has been filed" egemtt you for ,
'..,n. mec"n., n.pair... in 130 tth St. N. Mil."..SH..I. lawn Phone Ml 24104 after Divorce In the above entitled cauta
your home MI .not 111'.41 ... FI?.. I P M 1/21 and you' are hereby required to'
Efficient H'gfi School Greduete i, aarve upon plaintiff. attorney whoteneme PUBLIC NOTICi
NEEDS petition. at aecretary 43 Mobile Hornet 58-Lots For SaleWaterfront and address appear hereon r
MI 2 5015 1/21.31Penny your written defenae*. tf any toherewith '
..: ..... .. ,_ __ ,
.n. .... .. ....m.'m ,n ..,. ...... REQUEST FOR BIOS
Wauld libs So da typing .1 n Trailer reconditioned 11S. Lot. copy oJ which is d.ltv.ed I. YDU i t TON HO. TRUCK
home J..n GriSt/h MI 2 4$1\ IM Down Rock Creek Trailer on or before July 24 A D. Notice I* hereby given .by the
6/1UI Park Rear of Airport 5/2150 Vanderbilt Beech Estates 1114. Board of County C.mmissionans.Coiii.n --
TO' M 50' Skyline Tralor. Air Lot I. block' L unI' Herein' fall not or decree pro con County, Florida, that it will i
MorganYour Conditioning' Ree..onable for Lot 1. Block' J. unit 2 feto will be entered a aunt you i receive sealed, bids et the Court
cash or I.,,,,.. Ml i 1200 er Ml 15.MO ..... for both lot. Phone i I for the relief preyed In the bill efI > haute East N." ... until, 5:30: PM.
Private Secretary hag L'341- tllSIClose a, ..,.,. Don Hollend 740 123 I I complaint Tuetdoy July 7. IH4 for the '01.
E.latel TI., with ca Avenue. Treeeure lelend Fla The nature of said salt being for lowing piece of equipment:
closed her offici for the bane end carport $ or Phone 3M7IS4 Divorce One (I) new I ton bean duty
bxt offer Ml 2415S or oo.27t WITNESS my hand. and the teal? truck cab a chassis with, SIt. fo .
summer..ill .W.'P' ROYAL Lot /jj QJI, e of aid Court at Naples. Florida this lowing, MINIMUM .p.cifitotions' ,:
re-open leon Drive Fan Sal.. or Treee Itt" day of Juno A 0. IH4 Ill" wheelbe.e, I cyl' 131 HP eng .
SEPTEMBER FIRST 45-Trailers For Rent Writ, O J Herbert 220 Post MARGARET T. SCOTT :na. 4 spied transmission, I .peed
Reed Denen Conn Curb CIrcuit Court rear aale MOX20 tube type front
S/H'5tAccountant with TVIO n (CCU"K'I SEALS 4 fuel, rear I"... loot front aiieM .
M ?
Treiler' woe
By EDITH TVGETT .0003 reer *il.. 4000* frontapringe
bookkeeper
.nd In or the vicinity | a week Space. It a week 59-Acreafle Deputy Clerk II I"I00. rear springs, fa*.
thing petition Rock Creek Trailer Park
: WALTER O SONOKOTV Wont
f" Married NO BOOZpretently i teny.nsla heeler Cee.t
Neple*employed aa Chief Accountant 4/2ltf OISTRES.lt Owner n."' Attorney for plaintiff' minrars. Ions ,.....uto... vacuum by.dnaalil .
for Atlante Manufac moneyl II acre*. KM total'i P 0. oe. 201Naple brab.s. Color ff-white.. ..".
Fifteen Collier.. County Reel Estate *. Florid dmns. t. shew list. pnida. less d'..
luring yeer experience Corporation In Corpora. 48-Apts. For Rent price Ml 2 I'". Open Sunday June 23. 30. July 7. 14 IH4 gill count to County l*.. ,.d..1 ..c'..
lion accounting praviou* *mployment 1/21 If TN tae and net price t* County There
THE: COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN
Include Trevelingauditor 1 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED i sOStrade.s involved" The Boardrnrve
for State ef Florida. APT GREEN ACRES Ml 4* acre on peved road c,ly AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, th* right t* reject any and
water. electric telephone. I'M FLORIDA all bids
Accountant for U S. Oov 2 2MO 6I12.tl
Chief
per acre. '.,m. IN PROBATE NO __ bARD OF
ernment In Icelend Write ".0. 170" IM 1100 MARLOWE 4 BECK IN RE: COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'
Box 401 Maple Florida ',,,n. I Itd,,,,. opts Efficlen.cio 413 Hh Avo South Ml 2 WI Estate of Coil,., County Fleida. _
(/2I.it TV. Air Cond 741 4th 1/14 tll'OMITHIIIO GRACE Q. OTIS. dIAL)
Ave So Ml' M74Furnitned Mar anal T Scott Clerk
EMPLOYMENTIN
SEEKING DIFFERENT IN CREDITORS ft '
7'rsom funnslrad .fc,00cp ACREAGE NOTICE TO By W batty, _
NAPLES AREA BY H. .r cSldnsn. MI All? creditor of the oMete ef Deputy Clerk
.pt pets NOW I acre tract located
EXPERIENCED I.U'7 0' MI .U" 4/1t' lust ... mile from US. 41 GRACE Q OTIS ...ee...... arm Jane II. im atlll _
WELL .
hereby notified and .
required t* file _
Drive on to thi. property with _
I bedroom apart claim .
any or demand which
YOUNG MARRIED MAN moot. Huge living room ditch, your' own car and compare itagainat base egeinet said estate lit they tba NOTICE' OF INTENTION TO
IN VARIOUS PHASES OF en and bet* Ml 2 )69t 'llI.t'EIIc any OtherS Only 111 ffico of th* County Judge ef Col REGISTER' FICTITIOUS NAME
,_,... Day own full price |7t>. For I li.r County Floride. in f aat Ne. Th. public are informed that She
Wok.
BUSINESS. AMBITIOUSAND further Information contact; pie.. Florid. within sic III caien und..n'" proposes Ic ,..."., lIla
Month (lll MOTEL). Ml D T. Jono EMerprwe*. Inc ,,r montha from the dele of the following ', ..saamesnder theponlioant
22MJ Ml 241MOwner
WILLING TO LEARN or MIdway. 25340. P O. Isa 173 I.ret publication of this Notice Florida Statute:
'a large furnifced offt. Each auch claim or demend. loanS NAPLES GARDEN SPOT
ANY NEW FIELD THAT coney A., cond Stonecreri 62 Business .ke in writing and mast stats the Tk. typo tt ouine.e t* ... *.......
SHOWS POTENTIAL. Apt Ml 241511 or Ml I.27MLovely :: PropertyAT place. of reeidenco and poet officeaddrea Mi n) farm and garden supply
."..-, eff.c.en*. of the claimant and mutt .business, end other ,.,..... incidentalendtaver.
WOULD CONSIDER A *v. N Nepte Suitable I adult TOLL ROAD ENTRANCE be ewer to by the claimant ..,. .. to .be located at NapleaFlorida .
MANAGEMENT POSITION :rat Uo.ynarly. Ml S 4 U cere trect Fronting enpront agent or II,* attorney or it will The ownerahip of the bus.
Ml 217)1 z.7I1'ta'r.J paved h '' become void to law
according
'ih'z.It nee* i* to b* voted. in WENDELL .
owner. Term Ml /aO. E. CARROLL ------i
ALSO. WE ARE FINANCIALLY .
PETERSON M end MERE
Sabal l Shores 1/21.31 ..... .
Apt "' .t.t. Cum Teata DiTM W. PETERSON M...
VERY STA. YEAR MOUND LIVING I|I of meMo "....... of Cttete /., Wendell. PetoronBROWN ---

BLE. BONDABLE AND Modern one Apt bedroom. funmHoe aid officiotcy ....GRACE..... Q. OTIS. CARROLL/s M.nadth VEGA.W PetarsonSMITH. AIMING FOR STRIKES, two YOung ladies approach the foul line _

EXCELLENT REFERENCES. ...... .... Monthly or year TV IfNI' rOURDIlfrcn IMITH SHOWN C"R"OLL.4 NICHOLS' VEGA. NICHOLS with confidence well maybe. They are members of the claw

WRITE COLLIER round. MI '-'',,. Rally It,. awe WMSE L Suite II. Belch Building. Suite II. Belch Building. instruction in the indoor Friday
;
receiving Lanes
sport M
"*".rec. Av*. 1/IM N....*. Florid Naple Florida at Pine ,
COUNTY NEWS. BOX ." 'tIC.. I .....,.... .tans. DUPING rout .Att.vswys for Admmittretof'June ...., boOs a oIooppo. ....,,11' J I 71 M. July 1. 14, IH4 tIll I. (. 1C 21. 1H4 alII
1737 A-13. l9 P5500th?,. 2 3044. l'UtI .7H MONTH "'- -- Naples and the county school system. (NEWS photo)






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i State Must Redistrict Mode Kynes Of Questions VoterRegistration [ Congressman Rogers'"r""r


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, U.S. Hiah Court Rules question & ia Annual QuestionnaireCongressman



WI legal Paul G. Rogers herewith submitshis
session when the ruled
court
! MIAMI (AP)-Attorney Rich specifically in the Florida case. a major annual questionnaire for residents of the Sixth

I move surd M.quickly Swann prepared for implementa.tion today to. Swann said it would be "a Gen.voter ...,..". District of Florida, seeking their views. on mattersof
waste of the taxpayers' money"to ,
of a U.S. Supreme Court or. ask the to County. ... importance to Congress.
present Legislature
der to reapportion both house draw up a legal realignment."The Kynes Last year over 52,000 people responded by
of the Florida Legislature on a vote in the
population basli. House now has 125 mem. torney sending their replies to Congressman Rogers.
bets, he said "ATterNovem. &
Swann, who fought Florida's lost by No
Questions Yes
ber, there will be 112. A major.
the high court, cloth
case Fair
through (
said the decision "is the death ity of the 13 lame ducks are ''Ing ballots 1. Should Congress pass legislation fora

knell of the Pork Chop Gang." dyed.ln4he.wool pork choppers. irly Constitutional Amendment to pro
"Also some members : .iiiir
new
"It means," he said, "that legal.
are coming Into the Senate who sect traditional prayer and Bible
Leg.
control the
the people will He asked
in. will be more moderate and moreIn reading in schools? _
Ulature Instead of the special 'Judge Hugh
line with the of the' a
terests. It means that money for people of Florida.thinking" 'Uachua 2. Do you favor civil rights legislation
roads and other projects will be I tim the
He suggested a special sea ? _
not at
spent where It Is needed, Judge
the whim of small county pull slon Immediately after the No. I tl examples tr YA 3. Do you support my plan to give
vember election and said if a j
"
tlclans. Court reversed plan in line with the Supreme ; Congress closer supervision over
The Supreme which"
fed. Court ruling Is not forthcoming, the Central Intelligence Agency
the decision of a three.judge evidence ":
,
the federal court "will act withdispatch"
eral court at Miami which had in the :lied trial. '. (CIA)? _
upheld the validity of the Legls.lature'a reapportioning J. Lewis #1
state. 4. Do you believe greater Federal par
43.senator, 112-repre.
The court, he said, "now has :ley, --
L
should be the
sent alive plan. ')f ticipation given fight
"
Then It referred to its rulingof the guidelines. ,reduced .... f"p; : beach erosion in South Flor
In his appeal to the high court : against
states "
14 that six other rected Hall
June I
Swann had said that Florida'spresent ida?
must reapportion on the "one plan "Ignores the face ;'"with all of FISH after cpt'-hht them, some think, takes the joy out _

voter, one vote" philosophy and tors of growth and change in the 'j ler those hauling them in, but this fisherman was so intent upon fileting 5. Do you agree that stronger U. S. efforts

sent the Florida case back to the population and creates a crazy The snook that IIP was unaware that his picture was being taken. are needed to halt allied trade

Miami court. quilt pattern of Senatorial districts (NEWS candid photo)
Swann, aided by attorney WIl.I signature with Cuba and to bring sanctions
which are without ration.
Ham Reece Smith Jr., of Tarn allty. I uty; those against Cuba by the nations of this
I said he would return to the .written"
I pa federal, court as soon as the or. "It permits 14.5 per cent of ,hose: hemisphere? -
Bonita
I :Ser Is filed here. the population to elect a major. Initials. May Have Veto On Youth 6. In selecting what will be broadcast, i')

.
i ity of the Senate and 27.4 per ,
First he said, he would aski raylor
the TV networks and advertisers
major
cent to elect a majority of the a
i the court to wipe the current nes and Killed By Car
Florida plan off the Nov. 3 bal. House." briefs on depend in part on the "ratings"programs

lot. Second> he will ask the fed. Proponents of the plan had gal Of GOP Platform receive. Congress has investigated .

contended that geographic affinity .. . On Beach RoadA
eral court to require the Leglai full name, services and is
and economic and other fac. "ratings"
i lature to reapportion Itself on some JACK BELL 1 written Into the platform, It
By s
tors should be considered along funeral for Earl Mich.
mass
interested in their and the
population."If itlals; and (AP) Son apparently will be be< ause Gold. accuracy
with The court disagreed
population. ael Weeks
the Legislature does not do printed, commands the later chooses to placate the elght.year.old son effect they have on what is offeredto
declaring that legislators of Mr.and Mrs. Earl Weeksof
Clyde
said "I will ask the :
so, he stamped. i bloc of members noderates and does not chooseo
represent people, not Bonita Springs was said this the viewer.
court to reapportion the state of 'mb. convention battle
I selected to the Re t Invite a
trees or acres or economic in. morning by Father Joseph Beaumont
"
Florida. terests. Hall to P'atform Com. ver the platform before voting The following are the most listenedto
at St. Leo's Catholic
Gov. Farris Bryant declined! Bryant conferred with Attor. may have a veto on eglns on the nomination. Church In Bonita Springs. TV programs according to a recent

comment, saying "I Just haven'thad I ney General James Kynes, other where he opposes. Goldwater supporters playeddown Interment was in the Bonita "rating"t ((1)) Beverly Hillbillies
time to make a sensible de. of the moderates and liberals the possibility of platform ;
state officials and constitutionalexperts
clslon." across the state. Hall fighting to prevent the <:ontroversy.Lee Springs Cementery. ((2)) Bonanza and ((3)) Dick Van Dyke
The boy was killed as he walk.
Bryant had said that he would I I evidence from getting the COP Edwards director of intormat'on .
"In opinion," he said last ed across the Bonita Beach Roadat Show.
decide to call 1 my .
whether a special voter nomination have I: '! for the Goldwater-for
week "the majority of the Su. 1233 yesteday afternoon with Does this "rating" reflect listen
County. for a strong plat. ;I President Committee, said he your
I prnme Court has determined Looking on Ivll rights I thinks: the platform that emerges a playmate, Richard Thompson. ing habits? __
Is After playing at the
'that form of government Thompson
Exchange Club :not consistent our with presentdayneeds I'll lor throw said: want an Congress endorsement Is about of
and they have set abouton diagonally across the road to
dow" and against which Gold. "We think we will get a plat. Room 111
a course to make it conformto the Weeks home. As they start.
Hears The In the Senate. More. torm! that Is neither liberal nor
Office
House
Report By Building
< what they do believe to be in ed across the Thompson boy saw
was conservative but
the a
are contending < republican
those needs. the car driven by Sol Willis Wit, Washington D.C.
Harmon TurnerThe "I think they have adapted" a standing must be pledged |platform," he said. !Hams of Bonita Springs approach.Ing ,
rective of the bill's Edwards said the Goldwater 20515
1 policy of the ends Justifying the and shouted a warning, but
,
Hall provisions means and that therefore, they It was too late.Investigation. -
,
Exchange Club met Mon- Melvin R. Laird, R-Wls., I:tons of platform committee

day with Bill DeyErmand. vice are gardless going of to the do language this thing of re.the Taylor of the committee, said I members made so far. Laird Patrolman Phil Bailey was made who filed by. Judge Directs the costs of the damage they t

days to out that from 17 to 19 did.
president presiding for Vernon recommend a plank I pointed
He stated that
constitution or any other re. no charges.
Sweet who was absent due to a strain! placed upon it." would the party on record for :House members-most of them: witnesses reported that Wil. Parents Pay For "You're past the playing stage

back Injury. This month's program ence and effective imple. 'I Coldwater supporters will be Hams Was driving under the !55. now," the judge advised the boys.

j chairman, Ben Parks, Introduced that.He of the legislation
the guest speaker had strong GOP suo.- total 100-two from each for the area.Besides Juvenile Court Monday Two juveniles who were sup-
of the
Workers Congress. i I II state delegation.
Rights his parents, Earl is posed to in court did not
County Engineer Harmon Turner. ference 1 Judge Richard M.Stanley directed appear
'
think this will cause Laird said he had no dt
Turner gave a report on the in. to save : In the committee 'I that some of Goldwater's admirers survived by a brother Joseph, that parents of two teenage show up. An order of detentionwas
FBI lie said : a sister, Molly; his maternal the of Issued for one, who will be
proposed Marco Island development Disappear; the convention Itself," on the committee would Mr and Mrs.Carl boys pay costs replacing
facts I fight for efforts grandparents windows at Naples High School held at the county jail until the
by the Mackle Brothers. In an interview a plank pledging Webster of Bonita Springs, his
Turner who has been in his present Probes Mystery case 1 laratlon of this nature to repeal the civil! rights great grandparents and Mrs. which the boys broke for no apparent next court session next Monday.A .
wanted i legislation On the other hand bench warrant was Issued for
reason.
capacity since World War II, George Webster, also of Bonita
have the buainess"e he said he experts some of tin The judge secured promises another, who Is believed to be
reviewed the history of the Island and his paternal grandparents,
i which was first surveyed by PHILADELPHIA, Miss (AP in) Richard Drulng : To Be backers..of Pennsylvania Gov. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Weeksof from the boys 15 and 13 years out of the county at this time.
-Mystery deepened today William W, Scranton, Gold.
;
old that will vandalize
the U.S. In 1877 Coconut Grove. they not
government the strange disappearance of Mrs. water's leading competitor for inches
purchased by Collier between three young civil rights work. I II the nomination, to demand a other people's property from now

1922 and 1928. Me went on to era. They were last heard from said all : more far-reaching civil! rights Japanese fishermen tram on. He also asked the parentsto foothill between heat-haked

say that the island's 36 square Sunday night after paying a istratlons I plank than Scranton himself cormorants to catch salmontike put the boys to work around plains and mountains of eternal I

miles, most of which were own- speeding fine in this east cen. otherwise To 12 Days would propose. fish called ayu, or iweetfish. the house so they can work out Know

ed by Collier and Col. Ruppertof tral Mississippi town.

Ruppert's Beer are uniqueIn The FBI and the Mississippi Mass. (AP)

this area because of the high Highway Patrol pressed a Edward M. Kennedy's
search for the two white per.
continued satisfactory
20 24 THE
elevation averaging to By
sons and a Negro, part of the his doctor said he

feet and In some places 42 feet. first wave of summer volunteers Albany "little tea" this morn. "COME ON IN .
The highest point above sea level seeking to reform this state po. ,

Is better than 50 feet. litically. Atlanta, president's 32.year. t THE WEATHER'S FINE"ti4'

Turner said the developmentby Missing were Andy Goodman, Bismarck who suffered a

the Mackle Brothers comprises 20, and Mickey Schwefner, 24, Boise, ba "k Friday night when

10,300 acres 70 per cent of both of New York City. With Boston, crashed In Southhamp.
them was James Cheney, 22, a 10
which will be waterfront lots on Buffalo, bothered slightly by a
canals or beaches. The tract Negro member of the Congressof Chicago his mouth to aid breath.
Racial from Me rid.
will be divided Into sections) Equality Cincinnati surgeon, Dr. Thomas F. '

an exclusive estate area, a large Ian.They Cleveland, said. ''I II
came here Saturday after
said Kennedy's t. _
home area, a smaller home a week's orientation course Denver, stable MILLION
remained that
Des ,
area, apartment and hotel section for the Mississippi "Freedom
and
business and shopping centers Summer Project" In Oxford, Detroit Fairbanks, i onb were all pressure good.

four sites for schools, a Ohio. Other workers spread over Fort was visited for DOLLARRATE

recreational center, sites for the state during the weekend to Helena, this morning by his

churches and a hospital and a launch voter registration drives Honolulu, Atty. Gen, Robert F. \ ;,/

nine-hole golf course, with and advise Negro citizens of who Hew to Washing I

I space provided for 18 holes In their rights. wheel leaving the Cooley k REDUCTIONfor
With Cheney at the
the future. There are 20,000 Juneau, Hospital. /
t
.
! they drove to Philadelphia, reportedly
f r
, lots plotted In this 36 square of Kansas I I remained Immobile r
to see the ruins a
Los orthopedic bed and will
the
miles minimum of which is Negro church that burned last
Louisville be quiet for 10 to 12
80' X 110' The -
proposed canals week after armed whites brokeup permit his back to FP&L
Memphis, heal.
will be 100 feet wide, anda a church board meeting. t
services
Miami, were held to.
four-lane highway will run Officers stopped the three Milwaukee the two men who died CUSTOMERS

through the central development, Sunday and charged them with Mpls,. ,. .
with speeding They were let go after
a I
causeway connecting New
pilot, Edwin T. Zimny, \"w mare than'
being held in jail several hours.
with the Isles of road
Capri New York
solemn
,
was a Requiem (' ('rwholel"t ht'fure lie I RI
$20 fine.
Facilities for water will be sup- Cheney paid a Okla. City the Polish Immaculate I | ,
Sheriff's deputies said they r- :: | ilii-flT|"
plied from Bell Meade and treat- released them about 10:10 p.m. Omaha, : National Catholic I I IH H<> all.flfttne in

ed at a Marco plant. Permits A. spokesman for the Neshoba Lawrence, and a dm. your kit< hen,

have already been granted for an County tariff's office said a patrol Phoenix, at St. Augustine'a limndry) .- your

administration building and motel ear followed the workers Pittsburgh church, Andover, for sf entire home
Ptlnd, Me. S. Moss 41 Kennedy ad.
,
20 model
plus homes. "several blocks to make sure than to

In conclusion, Turner spokeof they rot out of town all right." Rapid Ptlnd,City aide, a father of UHHombiiiuti
the prospect of success and At bean passed without any Richmond, report Monday of..,rvi._

popularity for this new development sign of the trio, concern rose. St. Louis, rumors that Zim. Electricity emu HO

because of Its desirable natural Cries came from civil rights Salt lit. have become ill just little, yet does no

setting and referred to the groups for a search San Diego, the crash. Dr. E. Donald much for theenjoyment

possibility of Its being knownIn national In New director York, James of the Farmer Con. San Fran., Easthampton medical .WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRICairconditioning of

the future as the "Riviera of grew of Racial Equality called Seattle, said the autopsy did modern living!
Tampa, physical condition
North America. for an air and ground search any
Washington have caused the
Air Sta
by the Meridian Naval
Winnipeg lose control.

Office ManagerHunted tion.The Council of Federated Organizations medical bulletins on Ken.
condition continued

For TheftOf spearheading, one the summer of the groups drive, Big en. Friend love to ("me'er and your in winter from the tame compact unit,

Missing Cash said because the three .were not Puts F. Corrlden, the whole, family ha more lip for l better Today' electn, air conditioning u

heard from Sunday "that means chief surgeon, de. living and summer fun It'* such a a marvel of tried and proven depend.
I NEW YORK (AP)-Tri office | the senator's neuro. @
they haven't been physicallyable Its treat' to beat the heat'Electric ability. Quieter and more efficient than
i manager of a New York stock Ex. \ condition as satisfactory,
.
? to call. air conditioner cool the air ever Better looking trimmer and
I change member firm la being NEW condition aa 1m.
I sought In an embezzlement that R. Pierce and his abdomen and keep it fresh and ....et-mellin limmer Wide choice of sizes and MR. BUSINESSMAN

may total 5700,000. Scranton To Be has been given some dlscorn control the humidity filter out model Price are lower too! Enjoyed

Named in a warrant la Jere. U.E. as "getting softer. dust and pollen block out outside by over a million Floridians in their You too can take

mlah T. Moran, 61, for two In Miami Beach facturtng said Kennedy had noi_. Bring instant comfort on the home Provide your family with its advantage of
decades an employee of Burn. about $120 by mouth and also the reduced el1l1rICAnd
benefit' .
HARRISBURG Pat AP) hottest many
now
( days "
.
ham and Co., which disclosed His law fed intravenously rate an evenbigger
Gov. William W. Scranton willaddress with jeor-round. rever cycle See your appliance dealer or air
Monday it had been the victimof Kneel, of Sen. Birch bbargainmodels
the Florida
embezzlement Broadcasters in Miami Associationof Beach the first D-Ind., and his blonde you'll also l enjoy coiy warmth conditioning contractor today in your budget.

The said Moran were described Check
police alarm making with your
Wednesday night his office re.
a frequenter of race tracks, la American to excellent. 1o'k ) Florida Power St
J Lie-ift
i wanted for grand larreny of ported The today governor, ampalgning mess A atlz, )r ff.H"mrh..ss.. TuG Light Companyrepresent
,
$37 ,OOO. A detective said that for the Republican i residential "And America's only native wow, r",.",,, r"as eves' *tiv*.

mu h was known to be missing nomination, wt1r'\ to Miami gro, but fowl the turkey FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY
and the figure may reach $700,. following a visit to I"harleaton.W. Kneel called! "Airier-
000 whet additional records are Va. no Negro in Turke,. arNae soul 1&0.

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