The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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10 CENTS 40th YEAR NUMBER 235 AM one hour Naples Ray.. bride

Johnson Program Suffers Blow

Viet No IssueIn ,.

Campaign Key House Body

Lodge SaysSAIGON

South Viet Nam

APHenry Cabot Lodge said Kills MedicareWASHINGTON
today he doesn't see how the
war In Viet Nam can be an
issue In the U.S. presidential
-"It Involves the El.
senhower administration and cash payments to persons retired -
: AP) Prf
1 the Kennedy and Johnson ad. Ident Johnson's proposal for under Social Security, but Ar rid
deadlocked. More sessions were
ministrations and the Truman health care of the aged was
scheduled later today
administration. dropped today by the House
"In history when you've had i a Ways and Means Committee, Proponents of the health care
disaster," Lodge told newsmen, d md which thus dealt a heavy blowat measure themselves moved to M
"then that becomes a political any chance of enactment drop it from committee con sid.

issue, even It the politicians do< this )ear. oration, thus avoiding a certain The
not do anything about It. But ot 0t The committee went on to try vote against it. or
course there's no outlook of that The motion by Rep. Cecil R.
\ to fashion a till\ to increase the
kind for the time." F King, D- a1lt., co.aullior of the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lodge announced his reslgna ii- bill to provide health care uii.
tlon as U.S. ambassador to 0 der Social Security, also ruled TOKYO (AP) Prime Mln.
South Viet Nam Tuesday and out consideration of any alter. ester llayato Ikeda today won

said h. was returning to the nate plan or any Improvementsto the first non confident vote
United Slates to help Gov WIl. _S'__ i'I the existing system of stair brought against him since he
federal health care for the in. took office In July 1900.
lIam W Scranton's campaign for
the Republican presidential THE IIURRICANE SEASON is here and the Coun. Commissioner Wes Downing County Civil Defense : I dlgent. Dy a vote of 270.104, Ikeda's

nomination.The ty Civil Defense Council met yesterday to check Director Tommy Kepoe Commissioner The committee adopted It b)' Liberal Democratic party defeated .

front-runner for the nom. plans for emergency operations should a relative Glenn Allen ; and Everglades Mayor Cecil Drake. voice vote, it was reported. The the censure motion Intro

Inatlon, Sen. Barry Goldwater of! of "Donna" pay the county a visit this season. Commissioner Pete Doub and J, D. Roan were I If effect was to narrow committee duced by the Socialists and

Arizona, said In Washington that Members of the council present, from left, are: absent when photo was taken. The council is consideration to changes in the, Communists.

"the Johnson McNamara pro. Commissioner A. C. Hancock ; Commission Chair shown examining the new basic manual of opera. retirement system.Foreign .
Indecision and vacilla. DAMASCUS Syria (AP) -
gram Archie Turner tions presented by Director Kehoe. (NEWS photo) ,
tlon has made It Impossible foiLodge man Dewey Polly ; Naples Mayor ; Oil.rich Kuwait Is lending AI.

to carry out his ambas. gerla $21:! million for construction .
sidorlal functions properly and PressMisunderstands of a SOO.mlle oil pipeline,
undoubtedly motivated his res. Half Of State's CD Council Meets 2 More Adults from the Sahara to the

t ignatlon." Mediterranean, Kuwait radio

Needed Staff His Ideas BarryROME annoum'ed.DONN .
ON GOOD TERMSBut GOP DelegatesTo -

Lodge said he had beenon If Hurricane ComesWe're CAP) Sen. Harry Germany (AP-Com.
excellent terms with Presl. Girl Scout CampAt Goldwater has written an Ital. munlst Chin and West Ger.
dent Johnson's administration. See ScrantonMIAMI LI! Un magazine that much of the many art exchanging newsmen.A ..

In an earlier statement Tues. least some 20 to 25 girls European press seems to mis. government |xkesman an.noullI.d
day night, he said "Viet Nam (AP) Fewer than will be disappointed In not being understand his foreign pulley that the two govern
Is on the right track and, with half of Florida's 34 Republican ReadyKehoeThe able to attend Girl Scout Day views. Ha said his was sub ments concluded an agreement
persistence, Its freedom and in. national convention delegateswere FINAL SAY-Robert B. Mey- Btantlally the Dwlglit! D. El sen. Monday provided for the New
dependence will surely be expected to meet with Gov. Camp, July 13th-17ih at Camp ner, former of New hower John roster Dulles China News Agency to omen an
William Scranton of Pennsylvan llmberford, Naples, unless two governor office In Bonn and for DPA, the
achieved. hurricane season Is here mlssloners were present. Mayor Jersey, has been named administrator policy.
la In Miami today. more adults are recruited for West Germany news agency, to
Lodge, Republican vlce.presl. hopeful was and the Collier County Civil Dec Archie Turner and Mayor of the Cigarette The Arl'ona senator, now office In ,
presidential an Peking
The staff work. open
:dentlal candidate four years ago chartered plane fense Council met yesterday with Cecil Drake, and JJ). Roan, Advertising Code. In this seeking the Republican nomlnit
arrive by
said he Is returning only to to Training sessions onSaturday position, he will have final '
afternoon In his campaignto County Civil Defense director school administrative assistant tion for the U.S. presidency\ ,
help Scranton, governor of this win the support of the state's Tommy Kehoe to review plans were also present for the meet- June 27, at Camp Tlmberford, authority in determining wrote to Lo Specihlo, a conmerv
Pennsylvania and is "nota and Monday evening Seek Cat That Bit
delegates, most of whom favor made to meet emergencies should Commissioner Pete Doom 9:30-2 on whether advertising complies atlve weekly It published the
candidate at all." Sen. Goldwater of Arizona. an June 29, at the Scout House with rode standards. l<*'*r In Its current issue
Barry 12 Year Old GirlNear
"11m not going back at all another hurricane strike. a vacation. essential for .
7i30 are
at .
Some, such as Miami million At the of the meeting p.m. .
in order to connive at anything "Do you have the equipment' ,beginning and
said staff'nembers to organize VanderbiltOn
sire William Pawley, they
for myself," he said. "I cannotbe and personnel to cope with another Director Kehoe presented activities for
drafted and there hid. are so strongly committed to each member with a of plan program'and:
are no Donna? Council Chairman copy Eye Hendry RequestCounty
Goldwater they wouldn't show of the five days. Wednesday June 18, Dar
meanings. asked the basic manual annexes
up to meet Scranton because Kehoe. Girls from Troops 315, 272. ben Melcher, a 12yearoldchild
The ambassador to
plans the
Civil Defense approved by
leave Saigon Sunday, a year anda their presence might be misun "We believe we have, was Ke* and ,directors. 170, 249 and 250 will!! be unableto was bitten by a cat. The
hoe's area state
derstood."I reply. attend unless adult volunteers bite occurred near Kings Crown
day after he was appointed by camp Starts
the late President John F. Ken. would love to meet! the gov. The Council is made up of the The group studied provisionsof from these troops are Motel Vanderbilt Beach.
said another delegate, five commissioners the the manual which detailed
ernor, ,
nedy.A. mayorsof willing to offer their assistance The Health Department, assisted -
Mrs. Ruth McGee of Miami. In various and
Naples and Everglades and plans categories
U.S. military source said Girls registered from other by several persons from
"But I'm for Goldwater and I am the listed personnel to supervise activities
the military command In Saigon afraid if I attended the Scranton county superintendent of troops will be accepted for the the area, have not been able to
schools. of in case of an emergency. Workstarted
Four the
expects Intensification of the com- of Day Itiulget
meeting my presence mightbe There followed some discussion period Camp. locate this animal.
the Communist
war against
misunderstood." Unless adult help is presentat Unless the cat Is located this
Viet Cong to result from the ap. for Improvement but detailed
A number of convention dele training sessions as noted, under, little girl will have to undergo
at $330. Deputies
polntment of Gen. Maxwell D. plans appeared to meet the .
Mildred Wenzel Yesterday CountyCommis.sion
Taylor, chairman of the Joint gates could not attend because with council approval. refund of camp fees will bemade" began' the task of prepare the plan will receive an annualincrement ,, s painful series of Inoculations
they were vacationing or already to those unable to attend
Staff to succeed of about $180 year against rabies.
Chiefs of
addition was made, log the 19G4-69 county budget
Lodge. en route received to California.Invitations Others too said late Given Post At and Only that one was the appointment of July 1st. At least two more adult and studied first the request up to six years or a salary 01: The cat Is described( as a

they Sheriff E.A. Hendry as deputy volunteers are needed to com- presented by Sheriff E.A. Doug $473 per month. This Is the pay;large, black and white fairly
to change previous plans. Doug
staff so that ill girls registered scale of a highway patrolrnai I and friend
plete well kept not
llendry, totaling $267,000, up very
Pawley, honorary chairman of GOP ConventionMrs. director of County Civil who does not
the period
attend declared over
Total EclipseOf the delegation and one of its or. Defense. He will take over and may about 134,000 over last year In rank. iy>
Mrs. Alice TlmberUke, neigh'borhood Sheriff Hendry explained to move up The cat has f frequently been
said he hoped the
janlzers, direct activities in case Kehoe .,
to employees
Moon TonightMOUNT Pennsylvania would Mildred Wenzel of Na. chairman commissioners that the 134,000 llendry plans promote seen In the Vanderbilt! beach area.
has been honorary should be Incapacitated during will make It possible to a higher rank on ai!I
pies, appointed an Increase Dr Brothers director
consider the vlce.presldentlal Clyde
DESERT, Maine sergeant at arm at the Re. an emergency. for him to add three needed as examination basis, and will gin I
(AP)-Mocnwatchers expect an nomination. publican National Convention Members discussed appointments FTC To Make Rule slstants, and to put all employ. the examinations at a time t<,. of the Collier County Health who Department
of 22of
An Associated Press poll
excellent view of a reddish glowin when it convenes In San Fran. of successors to Insure ees on a rating and salary scale make It possible for the count] requests anyone
the sky tonight. the 34 delegates Tuesday Cisco In July, according to word continuity of government if members On Cigarette Ads comparable to that used by the budget to reflect higher pay may have Information about this
It will be the first of two total showed none had changed his received here today from G. of the Council should need Florida Highway Patrol. The sheriff pointed out thai t cat to call the Health Department
eclipses of the moon this year. mind since Goldwater voted Harold Alexander, chairman of replacement WASHINGTON (AP) The U the Commission approveshis pay offered by the department at MI 2-6962 the Naples Humane
Many parts of the world will against the civil rights bill. the Florida delegation.The during an emergen Federal Trade Commission Is. plan with the budget hike, presently was not comparableto Society or the county sheriff
cy. They considered also
view the phenomenon, but one appointment was made by successors sued a rule today requiring that then next year salary raises pay In other fields and he wai
of the finest vantage points is Mrs. Clare WllllamsShank.Alex. for area wardens and by next year all cigarette la. will come to about $1,000, which losing trained men as a result
expected to be on 1,530 foot Rules Out ander stated that Mrs. Shank told other category heads. beta and advertising Inform the will amount to a three or 3'/t "It costs about $20,000 to train Library Breaks
Cadillac Mountain on the Island Legion Urn that the appointment was Mayor Archie Turner, close public "that cigarette smoking per cent raise, considerably low. a man," he said.According .
of Mount Desert off Maine. Topless SwimsuitIn "mad In recognition of Mrs. ing the meeting on a note of II dangerous to health and may er than the five per cent grant to Hendry, deputies Own Loan RecordThe
The eclipse begins at 5:48 Wenzel's splendid activity for humor, moved: that Director cause death from cancer and ed county employees this year. currently are working an aver
p.m. EST when the moon enters Beauty Contest the: Republican cause In Collier Kehoe order all hurricanes ..way'rom other diseases." "The ballooning in the budget age of 13 hours per day, John Collier County Free Pu
the earth's penumbra the aLmost County and her loyalty to the Collier County. The commission ruled that the will come only this year," said Boom, a deputy in Immokalee, bile Library broke records Monday
Invisible shadow of the MCALLEN, Tex. (AP) The Republican party." The council will meet again cigarette package labels should llendry. averages more than 15 hours June 22, at Its Naples head.

earth. Totality will last from American Legion post chapter Alexander Is a delegate from at 11:30, July 7 have this warning by Jan. 1, Other Items in the budget,Hen. per day, Hendry said. Barters with a book circulation
7:18 p.m. to 8:57 p.m. Th. moon has refused to admit an entrantIn the state at large. Florida with 1965 and that advertising should dry said, were the same as last The Commission heard Hen of 596 Items.
will leave the penumbra at their annual bathing beauty 14 votes Is the ninth state in include the warning by July 1.198S. year. dry's presentation and took the The previous record circulation
11:14 p.m.The review who wanted to wear a the: union In yotlnrstrenrlh. The II' If the new plan proposed by proposal under study, then turned was November 211, 19U, foi.
next total lunar eclipse topless bathing suit. Florida delegation is nominally KNEW YOUR The commission, however, did the sheriff Is adopted. then Mart to the task of covering brief owing a lone Thanksgiving clos
Dec 18. Poster executive sec. will receive 1398 ly the first tentative 1964-63 Inr, with a total of S39 books
comes Blanche unpledged, although a large nlm. DRIVER'S LICENSE not state the exact language Ing deputies
The weather bureau says skies retary of the June 3 review, de. bet d the delegates have Indl DURING YOUR I that cigarette manufacturers per month. Presently, they are budget figures. circulated.

will be cloudy or partly cloudy dined to Identify the would.be dated that they will support Cold BIRTH MONTH would have to use In their ad. -----------... ,.. ..... --
over the date contestant.: water 'ertlslng' and labeling warnings. n

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50,000 Visitors Here Spent r v a

I d ,w a i t .r .

$$8 8 Million In YearPfaffDave t 4J tiF1146w : ; A w

Pfaff, executive vice sented s Chamber proposal to

president of the Greater Naples Increase the advertising budgetnot r .

Chamber of Commerce, told Kl- only to Insure a continued

wanlans Monday evening at Ba* flow of tourists but to increase

ronl's that about 50,000 tour the number coming to Naples. rr1r

ists visited Naples this past Pfaff pointed out the responsibility _
year. oT the Chamber as an w

"That's about four times the advertising agency but said that

population of our area," pfaff all residents profited bv the eco

said "Their length of stay nomy tourists provided. He suggested t V '

varied but It is estimated they that the appropriation by 4

spent about $8,000,000 In Na the City to the Chamber's ad* d I ,
." vertlslng budget be upped by an .e !:

Then he attempted to visualize Increase In occupationaillcense

what would happen to Naples fees, and that aQ ad valorem

If the tourists stopped com taxes be removed from the ap

Ing. "There would be many bus propriation.

iness failures the banks would In I Kiwanis business, arrange .

be hard hit. about 50 per cent ments were made for commit I._ ik*,
of the employed would be out of tee meetings! and to assist In ----- ., ... tYOUNGSTERS.__-_ .---- -
IN FULL SWING at Lake Park School is the popular folk-dance
work doctors and sending Key Club membersto Nature Center
lawyers Boys and girls LEARN about nature at Biz Cypress
annual recreation
would leave, the economy of the Dallas, Tex, for the Inter segment by the hundreds of the learn summer square-dancing and program.other dances. Summer from Mrs. Tom Braden. Boys and girls travel to nature center from
area would be convention.
ruined Recreation Lake Park School as part of current City-schools' summer recreation
school Naples
Dick Sowers is sponsored jointly by system
Afar painting the word picture was chcsen Program (NEWS oprogram. )
of gloom the speaker pre lucky Klwanlan st the meeting. Dept. (NEWS photo)


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COUNTY NEWS WHlle.day, JUlie U, 196.I '

Fourth Day Of Violence : : Gov.Mum Bryant About'Contempt' : Of Cap;

Bt GAIL WiN lJ LL Phone MI 2.5704

Looms In St. Augustine
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ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) Ne. Thirteen persons were arrest. '
trees risked a fourth straight ed Tuesday and a 14.yeir.old VE-BAIT / ,. x l'k
day of violence at St. Augustine Negro girl's face was burned by TALLAHASSEE (AP-A ma. 1- saw i "1'r e !
Beach by planning to return today an unidentified liquid. The girl, Jor question Is being posed k ,t.r.H Sf
for another wadeJn Audrey Nell Edwards, was throughout the statehouse this
They also scheduled an after. treated at a hospital and re. week: Will Gov. Farris Bryant .. ,
s :
noon and evening march In. the leased respond to a federal court con. 'I i ik
city square. Dr. Martin Luther King, headof tempt order? t' '... '
Jeering white segregationists the Southern Christian Lead. He could.
displaying Confederate flags ershlp Conference which spon. At any other citizen of Florida I ,,
have harrassed and assaulted sore the protests, planned to re. served with a court order, Gov. -
civil rights demonstrators In the turn today to confer with integration Bryant could respond and show rw )
surf three days In a row. leaders. up In court at the appointedtime 1 .1-

Tuesday night a group of 'LI .
about 40 men and women seg. Or he could refuse. tAi' -- > LAJ
California regatlonlsts prevented the civil $ __ 00 He could do another governor

rights marchers from walking 4-H'ERS IN GAINESVILLE from Collier County for the first annual have done as governor and stand of sovereign on his position ;, ,,:
through the Old Slave MarketIn
Plans Vote On city square as had been their 4.11 conference at the University of Florida were (left to right) state with powers equal to and ...' 1't' ,
custom. Bobby Bianchi, Goodland ; Major Whisnant and Jimmy Wolf, 1m- separate from those of the court. 4

A band of white youths ran to mokalee ; and Harry Comacho, Goodland. But whether Bryant would ap.
State Lottery the far end of the square and pear remained undisclosed. He 1 ,
lined the sidewalks to Jeer and was served the court order Tuesday .

CHICAGO (AP) The state taunt as the Negro and white 4 Collier County 4-H Club ScrantonIn by deputy federal marshal --
lottery, which Is producing big marchers filed past. It was there Marvin Walts. So was Attorney :: 1
response and bigger Income for the the unknown person threw General James Kynes.Unsubstantiated & '
New Hampshire, generally has the liquid Into the girl's face. reports said 1
drawn a legislative ho hum One segregationist: tried to Members Attend Conference South Bryant had asked the Florida
elsewhere In the nation. yank a white woman marcher Supreme Court for an advisory
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Only California Is taking stepsto from the line and when a Negro Four 4-H'ers from Collier first annual 4-H conference at the opinion on his duties and respon. ..... -
follow New Hampshire's came to her aid, both men were University of Florida In Galnes. sibllltles and his position undera
County- Bobby Blanch and Har. catch is John
1955 law the 115-pound j\\ish
arrested. granting governor PROUD of his
lead.The ry Comacho from Goodland and ville, last week In past years For Votes
first drawing for the 1964 State officers, using leashed Jimmy Wolf and Major WhIsnant there have been two separate extraordinary powers in Marini, Jr., shown here with Ricky Rathe. See I

Granite State Sweepstakes In dogs, blockaded the street lead. from Immokalee, attended the events, a boys' short course at NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Gov. times of stress. column.
New Hampshire will be next Ing to the Negro section to pre. the University of Florida and agirls' William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania Under the law, the governor
month. Buyers' names will be vent the whites from continuing short course at Flordla turned south today in can do anything he deems nee.
drawn from a drum containing their harrassment of the march. State University, in Tallahassee his search for delegates to sup essary to keep the peace and a
$1 million worth of tickets. Plan Free BoatInspections prevent violence In any troubledarea RENTAL
This the
ers.Six year twoprogramswere port him for the Republican BOAT
Those drawn will be assignedto persons two whites, two At combined into one 4.H confer presidential nomination.The In Florida. r" PAUL'S
the 332 horses nominated for men and two Negro wom. Just what the State Supreme
negro ence with 431 delegates attend. 46.year.old governor, ,
the Sept. 12 sweepstakes race en were arrested during the 4 Marinas HereThe Ing from all over Florida. seeking to overtake Sen. Barry Court told Bryant, or If an an. s f 1'I / as :3
at Rocklngham Park race track. night march. Seven persons were The conference focused on ci. Goldwater, aimed his turbo p, ewer was even made yet, re- y
Subsequent drawings will be arrested at the beach demon. U.S. Coast Guard Aux. tlzenshIp, with state and nation.al prop plane at West Virginia, l 1'| malned undisclosed. Bryant cone c ( 1'r Ij
held tor'.ach additional $1 mil. stratlon.At Ulary, Naples Flotilla (3, will leaders speaking on the topic. delegates, and Florida, 34 dell. tlnued a no.comment attitude.
lion in tickets sold. the beach, marchers were conduct free boat Inspectionsfrom Rep.D.R. (BlUyMathews) gave gates. '
Backer say the New Hamp. escorted Into the water by unl. 9 a..m. to 1 p.m. Saturdayand the opening address, Monday Scranton hailed the announce 'L ,
S shire plan will swell state cof. formed state officers standing Sunday, June 27 and 28, at night, and Dr. E. T. York, In. ment of supircrt by Henry Cabot Atheist Flees; 5 Y
fern and mollify taxpayers. "A knee deep in the surf. Then Boat Haven, M li M, Skipper troduced him. Lodge as a "tremendous step;I _
man would rather lay a bet young white segregationists, apparently ;Smith's and the Sport spot Mar. Tuesday Dr. Ralph J. Ramsey, forward" In his campaign Seeks In '
than pay a tax," the logic goes. acting by plan, formeda Inas. sociologist, University of Ken. Lodge resigned as ambassador: Asylum ,
Thus far only Californians semicircle around the group. This courtesy motorboat ex. tucky, and Dr. Emily King,state to South Viet Nam and said he )
have seen the logic. In Novem. Negroes, led by Rev. Robert amlnatlont Is one of the services 4-H Club agent, Florida Agrlcul. was returning home to help; State Of Hawaii
ber, they'll vote on a referen. Hampshire, a white Eplescopal performed for fellow boatmenby tural Extension Service,directed Scranton.
dum to establish a state.fran. minister from Farmville, Long auxiliary members and a decal a workshop on youth leadershipand Scranton's aides said today'I SAN FRANCECO (AP) I
chlsed, privately operated lot. Island, N.Y., knelt and Joined In Is awarded boats meeting group effectiveness. trip was aimed mainly at shor., Madalyn Murray, the Maryland
tery. The Initiative would write prayer while the whites hurled minimum Federal requirementsand Tuesday afternoon, Presidentand ing up the uncommitted rank i atheist who took her family and
a 10.year monopoly on the lottery .>, Insults and kicked water. certain safety practices re Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, enter. In the two delegations. The sec. hastily left Baltimore-''I'm I
into the state constitutionIn Elizabeth Miller, a whIle dem. commended. The Coast Guard talned the members at a recep. ondary aim was conversion ol r convinced they're going to do
behalf of American Sweep. onstrator identified as a memo and state authorities honor the tlon. Tuesday evening the dele delegates to the Scranton cause i me in here changed planes In
stakes Corp. The firm would sell ber of the American Baptist decal. gates attended a formal danceat -particularly those now backlog '. San Francisco and left Tuesday THERE'S A LIMIT to how many snook you can
$2 tickets, keeping 26 cents and I Convention, was attacked by Boatmen requesting Inspection Hume Hall. Goldwater. night for Hawaii."I .
catch and that's what these two
just anglersdid.
turning In $1.74 to the state for white women. She was knocked of their craft are asked to bring Grant Godwin, associate 4-H Goldwater leads The As so. will ask the governor of I
prizes, operating expenses and I I from her feet Troopers arrested their 1964 registration cert in. Club agent, moderated a leader. elated Press poll with 694 delegates .. Hawaii for religious asylum," They are Bill Roth, of Largo, and Ed Sand-
public school support. the segregationists. cater and are reminded of the ship In action panel Wednesday. more than enough '01 r the 44.year.old woman had said strum of Tampa. See column
June 30th deadline for acquiring Two former members, Mrs. Pat nomination It he can hold them, before she left Baltimore with
Now that snook season Is In weighing from 12 to 18 pounds
1964.65 certificates Carlton andVernonSwartselnowstudents In West Virginia, the Arizona[ her family, a dog, a cat, and each
e I Full: progress the "Isles" Is day.Sunday.
at the suitcase.
University of Flor. senator has four delegates one
Ida discussed what 4.H meansto Scranton has two and eight an,[ Traveling under an assumed I being' frequented by many eager afternoon the Carl Lar
Send Dulles To young adults Eddie Taylor, uncommitted. In Florida Gold. name, the woman whose suit 'fishermen:! and the sun-loving sons' had a Father's Day party.
Mary Hedden of Ft. Meade, San. water has 22, 11 are uncommlt., brought a U$. Supreme Court I Fisherwomen. We hope that tK! Present were the Jack Ippens,
::;LJ' ; dra Copeland of Arcadia,and Don ted, and one stands opposed tc, ban on compulsory school pray. continue to come and enjoy out Dick Larsons, the Bob Smithsof
; Mississippi In Wetherlngton of Jasper spoke on Goldwater. er, managed: the San Francisco ]Florida sun. Mlami- and a good time
how the new state council will Scranton was enthusiastic. stopover without public notice Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. v as had by all.

Probe operate. about the results of his delegate j An airline spokesman said to. I rohn Marlnl, Sr. ,entertained /Kay Larson threw a birth
*. w, Rights The group had a barbecue, at hunt in Delaware and New ,Jer., day the party' Included Mrs. \Councilman and Mrs, Joseph day party for Edna Ippen her
Camp Wauburg the afternoon, Murray, her mother,.brother, ;! '
:ampbell<.and their sons,; Dennis mother,..last. Frldayallcl"oon.,
PHILADELPHIA, Mlss (AP) end a square dance led by Dr. E. sey.He claimed "far 'more than two sons and a daughter-indaw.
s k 'and Joe Jr. from Mlramar The Carl Dick
-Allen W. Dulles, former chiefof Bartley, at the Florida gymna. majority" of the 12.vote Delaware The Baltimore departure of Fla. Larson,Al Tatus.
the Central Intelligence A gen. slum that night. delegation. Sen. Clifford[I the Murrays stemmed from a Visiting John, Jr. this week Jureks, and Paul Johnsons were
cy, flies to Mississippi today on Miss Ruth Harris, family life P. Case of New Jersey told I weekend fracas which followed 'end were Charles Fuller, Jr. among the guests.
a While House mission to look specialist, Florida Agricultural newsmen Scranton ould expect> the marriage of her son, WU. and'I Anthony Braveman, Jr. of
Into the mysterious disappear Extension Service, led a discus a "big majority" of the 40.vote,; lam, 18, to Susan Abramavltz, 1 I Mlramar. SNOOKY WEEKEND.
<< ance of three young civil rights lion on the topic "Who Am I?" New Jersey delegation. 17. Susan's parents accused John Marini, Jr. Is provingto Mr. and Mrs. Tom La Clair
1 .1 workers. at the Thursday morning assem. Mrs. Murray of inducing the i be quite a successful fisherman and son of Miami spent the week
The charred hulk of the station bly. The afternoon was spent In Research girl to move to the Murray i as proved by his recent end snook fishing and went home
L1EN1 wagon used by the trio was buzz groups, followed by a cam. home and abandon her Jewish ,catch of a 115-pound Jew fish. well pleased with their flshbox
found by FBI agents late Tuesday pus tour. An evening of music religion. ,
Gets Boost He and Rathe of
Ricky the full.
By out
at the edge of a swamp off with the Florida Summer Sym. A melee broke out after police caught They were fishing
a lonely road northeast of this phony, Edward Troupln con. Senator HollandWord went to the Murray home to t Fish while fishing In Snook Bay. the Isles of Capri Marina and
i central Mississippi town. ducting, rounded out Thursday's serve a contempt citation on the '([See Photo) Motel.
Philadelphia Is the seat of jus. program. has been received here bride. She was accused of vi. The Earl Kelleys'days of peace Mr. and Mrs. Norman Leo'
t tics for Neshoba County, called Dr. M.O. Watkins, directorof that the Department of the In. elating a judicial order to remain and I quiet are over. their children nard and sons of Hlaleah start
1 "Bloody Neshoba" by Mlsslsslp. the Florida Agricultural Ex. terlor appropriation bill passedby in custody of an aunt and Eekle and Karen returned ed their second week of vacation
lans for Us history of settling tension Service, closed the con. the Senate yesterday contains uncle. I home from their recent visit to with excellent luck In snook
feuds by gunfire terence with a flashback and look an Item of $16,000 for designand Mrs. Murray said police beat :I Lakeland Mrs. Kelley's sisterInlaw fishing. They are staying at the
The FBI clamped lid on ahead Friday morning her while a crowd shouted
a up
| and children
1- specifications for a fores Mrs. Dan Isles of Capri Marina and Motel
I most of Its investigation. The sponsors who helped send "Kill herr' and "Hit her'''Weatherford
F' and Linda and Dan
t try research laboratory at Fort .
A Mississippi highway patrol. the four man delegation from Col. harder!
FBI Collier Myers. for 'r r.. and Mrs. Kelley's mother Also staying at the Isles of
man told a newsmant "The Her County are County Except the brother and
-- has taken over entirely." Motors, Ingram's Chevrolet and Senator Spessard L. Holland younger son, all of the Murray .Mrs. Robert H.Caner, of Lakeland Capri Marina and Motel for a
Highway patrol units conduct. the Klwanls Club of Naples. The wired the NEWS that this allocation > family was out of jail on bond, brought them home and week of snook fishing are Dr.
: : ed a house-to-house search late boys were accompanied by Joe was neither In the budget 01 1'charged among other things 'stayed for a few days' visit. Robertson and Dr. Michael of

_ into the night. More patrolmenwere Whitesell, asst' county agricultural House-passed bill! with assaulting police officers. The Kelleys and guests went Orlando.Mr. .
M expected today. agent "I was able to Include It In Prosecutors and ball bonds. fishing I Sunday and enjoyed the and Mrs. Murray Reeseof
I 21 Missing are Andy Goodman, the bill reported by the Senate en moved today to get them ',water. and lun.Rosemary Miami arrived for one weekof
20, and Michael Schwerner, 24, back to Maryland, with FBI Loach Mrs.
.. New Appropriations Committee of L.L. snook fishing while stayingat
both of New York City, and Englanders which 1 am a member and I help If necessary. ;Loach, Mrs. Clifford Nelson,and the Isles of Capri Marina
H James Cheney, 22, Negro from Robert London, an official of
nearby Meridian. shall do all possible to retain the firm which put bonds total. 'Nancy Meltzer went to Miami and Motel.
: : They were last seen Sunday Boycott Wallace this appropriation In the final bill Ing $8,750 to get them out of Thursday for a day. Miss Nancy Fishing out of the Isles of

night in Philadelphia after Che. approved by Senate and House jail Sunday, said the FBI would Meltzer spent the week with Miss Capri Fishing Lodge were Mr

tI ; ney paid a $20 fine for speed. Jaycee SpeechDALLAS conferees," said the Holland be asked to help return them to Rosemary Loach. Bill Roth of Largo, Fla., and

Ing.The wire Baltimore. Ed Sandst rum of Tampa, caught
1 White House announced Tex. (AP) Delegates SURPRISEThe their limit of snook In one day.
that President Johnson had from Connecticut and Paul Wlnchells were plea (See photo)
ordered Dulles to the state to Massachusetts rebuffed Ala. santly surprised last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs Carl Bustetter
1 coordinate the probe. bama Gov. George C. Wallaceas when. Paul's grandfather W.W. and children spent the weekendat
_ Dulles will confer with Gov. he delivered the ad.
keynote XXSSe Wlnchell and his cousin Bill the Isles of Capri Fishing
Paul B. Johnson, other top state dress Tuesday to the national Ketchum,arrived from Rockport
officials and the FBI on the Lodge. They enjoyed snook fish
Junior Chamber of Commer
Rick Ind. Bill Is on leave from the
ENTRY FOR TOURNAMENT Young progress of the Investigation. convention. U.S. ing and swimming. They returned
Aurit of Naples was fishing from the Naples Pier Gov. Johnson, who earlier had Expressing "shock and dlsbe. Army and has to return home, home with their fish box
the other day and landed this tarpon which told a news conference the high lie" that Wallace would key. but W.W. Winchell will remain full.Bill

weighed in at 16 pounds, seven ounces. lie was way patrol would search unre. note the convention, the 7 7. here Indefinitely. Presently he Weir arrived here from
lentlngly for the missing youths, member Connecticut delegation e Is In Miami visiting his son and Orlando
using cut mullet for bait. Nick said the tarpon k ? for a week of snook
f broke water three times in the fight. He enteredthe said he would welcome Dulles. stayed away from the Dallas 11 daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. fishing. He Is staying at the
tournament "So long as Mr. Dulles is objective Memorial Auditorium.The 1 .1 P.H. Wlnchell but he will returnsoon 1 Isles of Lodge.
in the fishing F Capri Fishing
I have no doubt> that he Massachusetts delegation l to catch some more snook.
M.A. wife
(McGrath photo) will find that law and order pre. remained seated as some 7,500 7 ,$ r.a He and Bill caught four snook': Perry and his
4 nephew David visited the Isles
said. other Wallace ,
vail, the governor delegates gave a
12 to 15 pounds
found weighing last week for a day of fishing.
The station wagon was standing ovation. eyw
[SOUTHWEST ELECTRIC| about 100 feet from State 21,15 Robert E. Joyce of West tr each.Miss They caught a 9 pound drum and
miles northeast of Philadelphia, Haven, Conn., said the Con. Joanne Wlnchell spent the reported a good time.
where Owl Creek backs awayto nectlcut delegation did not ob. Y weekend In Miami with her grand- Wednesday, June 24th,Is book
CLOSEOUT form a backwater slough Jert to Wallace's addressing the v"sF parents Mr. and Mrs.P.H.Wln mobile day.
J There was speculation that convention as such But he said cheat, and vlsltedheraumuncle,
the bodies of the three civil they were opposed to his mak. and cousin Mr. and Mrs. Roben t
'FANSALE rights workers were somewhere Ing the keynote address. L! Horrom and Steve. A time capsule, marked by a
under the dark, cold waters "The function of the keynote e George and Al Bush of Lees' granite monument was buried
The station wagon was towed speaker Is to set the tone of the eV d burg are staying at the Isles ol f the 1939.New A York World's Fair in
< second will be buried at
to a garage here and kept under convention, the statement
Capri Fishing Lodge for a week 1
guard. Two FBI laboratory said. the sam site at the close of
{ of snook fishing. They have>, the cjrrtnl World's Fair ink
technicians were to study it 1 to. Wallace criticized the U.S.
Supreme Court: In a prepared spent two days catching snoo I October 19oS.COLLIER .
day.Schwerner, who had been i speech that was often Inter.
working In the Meridian area, rupted by loud cheers One man
for several months, Cheney and shouted "Co, George, go I' and
GENERAL ELECTRIC and Goodman were last seen about several Confederate flags were

10(30 p.m. Sunday, leaving Phil,, waved In the audience.

BERN'S AIR KING adelphla In a southerly din a The Alabama governor, who ---' --
said earlier in the day that he '
I YEAR GUARANTEE! tlon.An FBI agent said the sta.., was still actively seeking the (NEA Telephoto) ALLIED

PRICES NO ONE CAN MATCH! lion wagon apparently was; American presidency, said re.
burned Sunday night or before i cent decisions of the high court DEFIES COURT-William Murray, 18, son of Mrs. Madelyn Sine DAYle .LVD. III
dawn Monday. and other federal courts have Murray, shown here, has ignored a court order forbiddinghim asaar
Southwest Electric to see Susan AbramoviU 17 and reported to the court
Supply Goodman was one of 175 out.i resulted In a "judicial ollgar ,
they were married. Mrs Murray, an atheist who led the AWED II Wt
arrivedin I chy.
state volunteers who .....
01 -- enq.aw A .. .
ApelMne '
Drive) Behind Furniture Mississippi over the weekendto I He was highly critical of the court fight to ban prayer in the public schools Is shown as Cen -.... tawDeeNe1N E4uIPMellI" t
S Fair
she was led from a Baltimore hospital after treatment for I
take part In Negro voter reg.Utratloo > new ivll rights bill and re.
and education project i I ferrerl to the measure as "the injuries in an altercation with police who were hunting

after training at Oxford, Ohio.,. federal penal code." Susan.


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Wednesday, June U, .14 COLLIER COUNTY NEW; :1

Can't Legislate 3 From NaplesAt
k.i .
t6 DeMolay MeetThe
; tLW1

i,I Social Equality, associated chapter

Southwest Florida DeMolay we;ain
olnt Holley Declares conclave at Bradenton Jure

19-20. Attending this concave
r TALUHASSEE (AP) TheRe 1 were "Dad" Cole of the Cyprc '.
r ul : I ji t andidate for cover-
Chapter DeMolay In Naples s-d
J.1\E lAItTIN r.:r sui i I Tuesday he wlllpln.tI
By ; two members Robert HenI:
tci:' itloii apportionment oft'
.,, : senior councilor} and Chart >
: L
> islature: on the basis ofI
",illation. the homestead ex.em .. Comlskey.
0 Hot, lazy, summer days may tend to slow some of :->.tl! 'II law and machine poll.tl There were more than 12D

us down, but The college and young married set seemsto *, members, advisors and a few
Re Charles Holler of Plnel.us mothers Included who attend
be bursting with energy. From news I get, some .
unty told a capitol news ed the conclave.
are busy, busy combining work with school, and still rr'Ih." would not call a

/\ managing time for fun and games. t.t; oj| sesulon of the Legislature

Saw Mrs. John Pulling the other day. Her daughter, to given:: r''ll'.lIol\ir, i in November he were elected Mrs. Nhu Asks

.,,_., Kerry McCauley, leaves Sunday for Guadalajara/ Mexico, q But he did sax he would con.

for four weeks study at the Stanford University Extension q vf lie the Legislature lo overrulethe LBJ For PermitTo
i 1 resent V. s. Supreme Cou..tdedll'n
School. Then she will spend four days In Mexico City which alls fort(apportionment .

xsss and two weeks at Hacienda San Miguel de Alande. KerryIs Visit In U.S.

Two house' legislatures should PARIS AP)-Mrs. Ngo Dlnh
on the Dean's List at Florida State University where have (
a Senate fleeted to pre.' Nhu appealed today to Prtsl.
she will be a sophomore In the fall. serve the rights of the rich and dent Johnson to overrule the

Bill McCauley Is stationed with the U.S. Marines in the tTi'ivrh" holders and I house State Department and allow her
elected. on the basis of population to enter the United States as t
San Juan Puerto Rico.
to ptewne' the
r rights of the visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bailey saw Pete McCauley in : h h ', poor Hollej said. The outspoken former First

New York City a short time ago. Pete is working and "I am not an integrationist," Lady of South Viet Nam wroteto
M. .,1n e Bolle)' said, "I do not believe the President after announce
will probably take some night courses soon. Mrs. f yf i9k
you an legislate social equal. ment Tuesday that her requestfor
Bailey's brother, Danny Schryver with Mrs. Schry It)'." a visa had been refused.

ver and their little daughter also live in New York. Danny r Dtsruvslng the pending civil\ Mrs. Nhu, sister-in-law of the
rights bill. Hollej said If lIe were late President Ngo Dlnh! Diem!
works all day and at night continues to study for his t elected he would make no at. and widow of Saigon's onetime

at'o law degree. tempt to enforce the legislationIn chief of Internal security,

r Others enjoying the excitement of the "big city"Include Florida. sought the visa to speak July 7,
1 j The Republican candidate said at a 'truth rally" of the Con.
Abbe Pope, daughter of Mr and Mrs. RobertE. he believed In the equal but sep. servatlve Party Club of Flush.

STILL WINNING HEARTS Pope, 1 15th Avenue, South. Abbe works part time orate doctrine and said lie was Inc, N.Y.
Ingrid Bergman won the e opposed to Integration even if it Embassy offU'Ills\ disclosed
hearts of many 24 years ago and devotes the rest of the day to her art studies. e,. be done on a voluntary basis, Mrs. Nhu's application for a

when she started her American Baileys also report seeing Roger Benfield who Is .... _.' If the c-Ml rights bill Is passed, visa had been rejected on In.
film career (top photo). he said, "I would not 'cmslder. struttlons from the State De.
and in New York. the
And even in her latest matronly living working During 10 days Mrs. Dale Eduard Chlumsky It law In the state of Florida; partment. under a section of the
film role, bottom, there they saw several shows and the Fair with Mr and The governor must deride on Immigration and nationality law:

Ingrid is still one of the Mrs. George Kremer Jr., and the senior Mrs. Kremer l the constitutionality of laws nude which bars visas for persona
by the U. S. Congress, he said.If .
most fascinating of film whose activities are considered
stars. Mrs. Kremer who hat an apartment at the Bahama j Kerckhoff ChluiiiskvWedding the governor ,does not think likely to prejudice public Inter'

Club, is In New York for a few weeks from her farm In a the l.awny law-Is <'oitstitu.tlonal est or endanger; the welfare
hi should I not enforce It In
Scottsville, Va. Mrs. Beatrice De Rose is with her. his state said safety or sec'ui Ity of the United
55 From Naples Mrs. Maynard Schryver Is entertaining Mr. and Mrs. In St. LouisMiss The obligation of the governorIs Sates
to maintain order In the state'
Paul and their Sue of
Plan To Attend Peryman daughter Encampment, '--'
Volley said, but maintaining orI -
I Wyo. Sue Is leaving soon to return to the University of Katherine Phelan Kerck- dresses with fitted bodices cap peau de sole trimmed lavishly) I, der Is apart from enforcing ilvll Vicki Bradford

Jehovah Meeting Wyoming for the summer session. :j hoff became the bride of Dale sleeves and satin cummerbunds. on the bouffant skirt with alone> rights laws.Volley .

"Our convention this summer Mr. is cattle rancher In but Edward Chlumsky last Saturday There were back flowing panelsIn con lace and beading. A white / said In" supported! Arl Graduated With
will be right here In the state," Peryman a Wyoming, ,,at the Our Lady of the Pillar shades of blue and green secured bertha covered the fitted bodice., tone Sri". Parry Got: iwster for
Mr. Wallace End res. presiding he and Mrs. Peryman are making plans to transfer their I(Church In St. Louis. The Rev at the shoulder line. Mat- Her three tiered veil was secured the Republican "rl'I1
minister of the Naplescongrega- interests to Florida in the near future. I erend Bernard Kramer perform- ching fabric roses were worn to a peiu de sole cabbagerose Inatloll and, would not support| Leading Honors
tion of Jehovah's Witnesses announced I ed the ceremony. The main alter in their hair and they held showers and she held a shower of Pennsylvania Gov. William I I I

last night."The trip this WRITING, SWIMMING, SKIN.DIVING I t of the church was decoratedwith of white gardenias with Ivy white orchids. Margaret Nolan &Ul1tnn.

year will be to Jacksonville for Back to combining work with pleasure. Al) Ghirardi '' two gold urns filled with streamers. Tenge the bride's niece was be"In nny event, Scranton would

the district convention scheduledfor writes (on electronics) from 6 a.m. to 1 .p.m. each day, ;white stock and stephanotis and The bride was gowned In white flower girl. Johnson letter for than President Lmlon," he Raines said
,[the aisles were marked with huckleberry -
had RichardD. 1
9-12 said Endres. Mr.
July Chlumsky Holley also said he would attempt
then and skin diving. He is in Positano
swimming I l
goes and white bows.
In making the announcement greens McEwanHarry Kerckhoff Jr. as best man.' to aIM lUsh Florida's< home
Endres said that this Is one of Italy, until the end of the month wh n he goes to the The bride is the daughter of Ushers were Messrs. Auffen- stead exemption, law If elected

37 conventions that will be held Island of Rhodes, Greece. I'Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Kerck- W. McEwan proprietor berg Tenge Presnell and I I lIe said 1< exemptions In fore

this year sponsored by the Watch- Mr. Ghirardi left Port Everglades In June on the toff I' of St. Louis. The bride- of McEwan's Guest Home 855 Maechllng. would r..maln' forre but no
tower Bible and Tract Society. groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Eighth Street South for the past Mr. and Mrs. Kerckhoff gave new expniitons| would Ix given.
"Franca C. He delighted to find Mr and Mrs. W. C. j .
Fifty-five members of the Naples was Edward J. Chlumsky of Naples 16 years died this morning at the reception at Old Warson Referring to Jacksonville May.or
congregation are beginningto Kite of the Bahama Club were shipmates and they enjoyed ere In St. Louts for the occasion Naples Community Hospital. Country Club where guests were /llaydon Rums, Domwratiecandidate

make plans for the four-day perfect weather on the, .J J 9-day voyage, He Is rvlved by one daughte, received In the lounge between| "We for have governor no douU,but Itolleysaid thai

meeting that will take place In After J JO days here Peter Conforti escorted his Mrs. Claude B. Maechllng Mrs. Betty Price of Naples. Fun two standards holding large arrangements alter the Pled Ion on Nov. 3 the
the Jacksonville Coliseum. (Mary Louis Mrazek) was matron oral arrangements are being ofi white stock mayor of Jacksonville, who It b r
cousins Gerard and John Occhiuzzo Jr. their first
"The convention will be attended on : of honor. The bridesmaids made at the Richard A. Pittman and stephanotls. More of the already busy setting up his ma
by 13,000 of Jehovah's airplane trip. Peter is a recent graduate from the Newark ere Miss Patricia L. Chlurn- Funeral Home. flowers were on the buffet ta chine In Tallahassee, will ham /6

Witnesses from all of the State College of Engineering in Newark, N. J. sky of Naples the bridegroom's ---- bles. Guest tables were trimmed to park his bugs, gather up hit

of Florida as well as many visit- Gerard and John will be in Elizabeth, N. J., until listen and the bride's three Carter with white marguerites. The police fore. and move hark ti
Ing Witnesses coming from some sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Auffen- bridal table was decoratedwith Jacksonville
18 other states and Puerto Rico" the end of July. At that time, Mr. and Mrs. Occhiuzzo berg, Mrs. Richard T. Tenge Graveside services for Mrs. white cherub candlelabra and llollwy said he was pleased

said Endres. will drive north and they will all return together. ind Mrs. Edward L. Presnell. Mary Frances Carter, who diedIn a low arrangement of white summer Darns has begun to plan the gov.

The convention program will Rev. and Mrs. Richard T. Lambert and their children rhey wore aqua-blue chiffon an automobile accident Monday flowers ernor's Inauguration. "I'm happy
night, were held at 4 o'clock that somebody Is doing the pre. VICKI ANN BRADFORDMiss
feature Bible discourses demonstrations After a trip to Jamaica
left Monday to drive to North Carolina where they will this afternoon at the Fort De. llmlnary groundwork, herauiesomolKxIy
and Illustrate that and his bride
ways vacation for three or four weeks. naud Cemetery In LaBelle, with Mr. Chlumsky has to do It," h* salt, Vicki Ann Bradford,
the ministerial workoflehovah'sWitnesses CheekThomas will live In lie will
the Rev. D.I. Phillips of the La. daughter of Mr and Mrs II.V.
be carried with Tomorrow Dr and Mrs. Robert A. Miller and threeof
can out Belle Church of God officiating complete his senior year at the Bradford and granddaughter of
greater effectiveness their children leave to join the Lamberts at Lake Juna- Cheek died suddenly Arrangements were handled by University of Miami. He was Rehearing In Mr. and Mrs. II.B. Slpple of
"It's ourdesire Improve our luska. his morning at his home at 1195 the Richard A. Plttman Funeral graduated from the Admiral Far- I Slbco Farm, Parts, Ky., and
ministry and in this way be of 1th Ave. N. Home. ragut Academy In St. Peters- White Sands Aplrtmenl.,Naplea,
better service to the commun- ATLANTA BOUND Me Is survived by his widow Mrs. Carter was a native of burg. His bride was graduated Bible Reading was graduated from Gulf Park
ity" said Endres. "And that's Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faulkner left Tuesday to visit *An. Bunny Cheek of Naples Lake Placid. Besides her hus. from Villa Duchesne and attended I College In Gulf port, Miss, on

why all members of the Naples Mrs. Faulkner's parents" Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Watson In md a son,Terry.of Atlantic City band, Stamps Carter she Is San Diego College for women Case SoughtMIAMI I Sunday, May :31. Miss Bradford
are to U. survived by a son, Stamps Car. the of San received an Associate of Arts
congregation urged to attend at University
the convention." Atlanta, Ga., and join Diane and Jay who preceded them. Cheek was the former manager ter, Jr.; three brothers, Raleigh, She was presented to (CAP) Atty Gen Diane left soon after graduating from Naples High ; of the Naples Elks Club and David and Blllle Mathls, all of society at a dinner dance at Old James Kynos and the Dade I manship.She .
LaBelle five sisters Mrs. Shir has been of the
; County School Board
To vary thai can of cream of School this month, and Jay drove up a few days ago and nore recently Restaurant had operated Tom the ley Larson, Mrs. Ruth Summer Walton Country Club In September U.S. Supreme Court petitionedthe Tues. 'Bit and Spur Riding Club secretary

potato soup add wholekernelcorn with Bruce and Stanley Boynton. The Boynton boys were forth Bunny's Trail. on all, Mrs. Elda Ilernlgan, Miss 1961, and served as a maid day for a rehearing on Its decl. I of Phi Theta Kappa honor
or mushrooms. If you have on their to spend the summer at Camp Arrowheadin Funeral Judy Mathls, all of LaBelle; Mrs. of honor at the Veiled Prophet slim that Bible reading In f'lor. society' This year she was cho.
leftover cooked corn on the ooh, way arrangements are Charlotte Martin, Okeechobee, Ball that year. She was also Ida school Is unconstllullonal 'sen Mardi Gras Queen and will be
just cut off the kernels and use Ohio. ending at the Richard A. Pitt- and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. presented to Cardinal Joseph E, Kynes and school board iltor. I honored by the college yearbookis
them. If the mushrooms are fresh, Mr. Faulkner will be back In a few weeks. The rest nan Funeral Home. Raleigh Mathls, Sr. of LaBelle. Rltter at the Fleur de Lis Ball. ney George Dulles argued the < "Most Attractive." She reign.
they may be cooked lightly in *" court acted without "the printed td over the final May Festival
of the to until and
family plan stay August are looking
butter or margarine before addingto 4 record and oral argument" and 'is the May Queen and was award-<
the soup forward to being at the Watsons' new summer home in w e Almost Lost Ted thus "was In no position to dIt. 'id, on graduation night the Kate
the mountain area of north Georgia.Mr. chIli whether there were dlstln. 'Wetherbee Scholarship Trophyfor
Doctors Declare gulshlng characteristics which the senior with the highest
PiIi1li f / -:) and Mrs. Richard Wolfe leave town tomorrow ',this ease was different for a two-year period
and will be away about six weeks. Most of the time NORTHAMPTON Mass. (AP) similar cases previously fromI it Gull Perk
1.gou will be in N. Y. for the last -An aide to Sen. Edward M. I,ed." Cull Park is a private Junior
they Binghampton, except Kennedy said Tuesday night The petition said It was "In college for women with a new
weekend in July. At that tiiiie, they will have a reunion that Kennedy had no "pulse and ,comprehensible that the United inrullment rf ISO students reasserting .

with the Ellwood Kalbachs In Marblehead Neck, Mass. nonexistent"his blood pressure when"was he almost ,Elates Supreme Court would ca. ( 30 states and several

The Kalbachs spend part of each winter here In their brought ;Into Cooley: Dickinson was !prlclously rules' of procedure disregard with Its respect own 'orelgn Miss countries.Bradford plans to en.

You might wait to argue Reef Club apartment.Mrs. Hospital early Saturday after a lo the right of the people .Flor. roll at the University of Ken.
this point, particularly If plane >:rash ,I Ida and the Board of Public In* tItructlon ucky next lall.EXCLU.sIV,
Charles T. Folkerts returned from "
recently a "We almost lost him, press
TOO own a complicated ..c.ee..or.lad.D of Dade County.
ear, but a trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico, conducted for travel agents secretary Edward Martin said.
credited Dr. Thomas
Eastern Air Lines. She also visited In St. Thomas and
piano has snore parts thaI by F. Cnrrlden with saving the life
SB automobile Something St. Croix in tho Virgin Islands. of Kennedy, 32.year.old Masia.chusHts Dance SaturdayAt AT RAi

like 7,500 parts go Into Now, Mr. Folkerts is off on a trip. He is aboardthe Democrat and brotherof Roller Kink
the making ef a piano the late President John F. Our SpecialIndividuality
catamaran "Tropic Rover" for cruise of .
an 11-day Kennedy.Sen. All area teenagers sre Invited
According to BMI figures, the Bahamas Out-Islands. Kennedy's admlnlstra.tlve to the (first of a series of
AsmlcsBS spent more OB David aide, Edward S. Moss, and Saturday dances on Saturday from in. .
Male and hl-fl Mrs. James, 15th Avenue, South, and her
concert the pilot, Edwin T. Zlmny, were
to at the East Naples
equipment last year than son Richard are enjoying their annual vacation in Lexington f7stA killed In the crash San Birch Roller Rink

they did o. all spectator Ky., their former home. .. Bayh, D-ind., and the latter's. There will be a 60-cent ad- GIFTS

sports combined It Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schneider are en route to the "t wife Marvella Is Immobilized, were Injured.Kennedy In an mission charge Claude Coth- Accessories:
war bound te happen, we ', ron of the rink said In announcing -
west coast. They plan several weeks In California visiting orthopedic bed to permit his In. Antiques
suppose s new rock. realtives. Jured ba k to heal. His press the dance. The skating rinkIs
and-roller sports the eye secretary said he will be keptIn east of the airport on Radio
brew-ralslnf name of. Ew. this apparatus until about Road next to Naples Speedway. INTERIORS

ell B. Sorry Henderson Logan Y Jul. 6. f

could replacethe a Read the Want Ads I Furniture Upholstering
Nothing Mrs. Mae Henderson of Fort Mrs. Henderson has residedin I=
role of fine music in Draperies
Myers and Thomas B. Logan of Fort Myers for the major
the American IC.... Fine Naples were married In a quiet portion of her life, and Mr. Carpeting

rule bcflM with a <..!. ceremony at the home of Mr. Logan has been a Naples businessman 25% Off on Export Hair
,Ity Instrument If piano or and Mrs. B.N. Armstrong. Rev. for many years. I
organ fits year theme Harry Parham of the First Methodist Out-of-town guests visiting .. : Bleaching, Tinting and Hair Frosting. j
---- ----
make your seteeUmi at Church In Naples performed In Naples for the wedding included MISS MONICA GNAU daughter of Dr and Mra. 1.-- This Week Special! I ,e 1 OttJJ

TAN DER VEER MUSIC the ceremony in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Gentryand Charles Gnau of Bonita Springs Spa, has returned Permanent
CENTER. 14 tth St. Mrs. Henderson was given la Mrs. Lena Gentry from MIami from Jacksonville where she has completed $12 50 '
marriage by her son,Billy Hen- Mrs.Jim Replogel and sons Wave .
CaD MI *UM fee partlc- ; in medical ,_ R.,. /y s.N
course stenography at Jones Business ;
.krs.Vim. derson of Orlando and was attended from Oak RldgeTenn.;and Mrs lckeee. Hair Cm 4 Styli
by her matron of honor Frankye Froehock from Green- College. Bethrothal of Miss Monica Gnau to 1190' Third St. So. '.
Mrs. Marlon Powell of Fort My- elk. Fla. Leonard Robert Freed was announced at Christmastime Try Mr. Wills' New Ugly Hair Cut! Makes your set ,
Der Veer ers. Mr. Powell was Mr. After a wedding trip to New Mr. Freed is the son of Mr. and Mra. day hetttr and keep tho friss out of your permanent. Member
best A Leonard Freed of Fort Myers. He .is stationedat AIIIfriua'Iutltllte'
Center Logan's man. reception Orleans Mr. and Mrs. Logan WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
M.k followed at the home of Mr. will be residing at the Driftwood McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita Ka. A Interior D sifMnf 1
1141 Ida St. WI 2-M32 and Mrs. Louis Count. Apartments In Naples. July 12 wedding is planned. ur eras aw is Plum, eat, ,.,.. ,;

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 24, 1964 Washington Correspondent

Assn. .
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Court's Actions No Longer ,kr
WASHINGTON (NEAl It hasn't been publicly an.
nounced but Air Force aerospace scientists have discoveredthat
by means of electrodes placed on the skull it is possibleto
of the Constitution in decisionof
any prior
for control switches thought processes.
is no longer cause surprise by
this Court, or In the 175-year political National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientistsare
when the U. S. Supreme Court makes Its history of our Federal Union With all now planning for the day when an astronaut in a space

decisions, not on the basis of an inter- respect, I am convinced these decisions vehicle will maneuver his ship without using his hands or

pretation of existing law, but on the mark a long step backward into that unhappy feet As one scientist puts it: "The pilot will observe his target

basis of its personalized idea of what Is era when a majority of the mem- and his eye movements will be translated into guidance signals -

right what Is good for us, The Wash- bers of this i ,"
Court were thought by manyto \ I It
It Is only one step further to conceive of an airplane pilotor
editorialized the other day
ington Star have convinced themselves and each < x an automobile driver steering his vehicle by eye move-

It is difficult to disagree with that line other that the demands of the Consti- ments or by "thoughts."

of thought The advantages would be great. If a man could control
tution were to be measured not by whatit
his space ship, his airplane or his automobile by eye control.
does this is fact
'That the court a says, but by their own notions of tesr I it lJJiIL41tI for example, he could react four times. fast as he can when
of modern political life the editorial wise political theory" ( using his arms or legs for steering or braking

goes on to say, "We may experience a Justice Harlan In his dissent said: i THE N KLNG J Suppose it now takes a pilot or driver two-tenths of a sec
end to react manually and put on his brakes. By eye control
shudder of doubt when it shakes things "What is done today deepens EYE .hundredths of second
my con- FpQ JBS he'd be able to brake in five a
as hard as it has In its decision on legis- viction that judicial entry into this realm ,

lative reapportionment in the States We Is ill-advised and IT WILL BE A LONG: TIME, of course, before such thoughtor
profoundly constitu- eve control is practical. But already there !is concrete '
may wonder whether our system of government tionally impermissable I believe t ) evidence that it will be feasible

benefits when judges do what that the vitality of our political system Medical scientists have constructed an artificial arm which

voters will not do The Supreme Court lies Into he nerves of the upper arm. "From these neural I
which the last all else depends
in analysis "
signals, says a NASA scientist, 'the wearer ran 'will the
has moved into uncharted territory In is weakened by reliance on the {11a mechanical arm, powered by small motors, to move-just

disposing of these cases To repeat: judiciary for political reform In time I as he does when he '"Ills' his own arm to move"

Whether the potential dangers materIalize Reportedly, the Russians have been able to make the same
complacent body politic result.-
may sort of a mind-controlled arm Khrushchev now is spend.
as we move ahead, depends on Very few thinking persons have t. ing large sums in this field of man's ability to control machines .

the practical and moral judgment of nine strenuously denied that adjustments were -....,. ;,;:...... .
powerful men." c,:,,. & '- This eye and thought control opens great possibilities in
very needed to give urban populations I -:.;;.f. .1...::_, the operation of complicated new machines. A successful
The Court's ruling to realign State stronger voice in the affairs of the it>'., "..,.. s ,i ; *.. -1:" ..,-. -. r system would make airplanes and automobiles far more

legislatures based on the doctrine of "one but this was slowly coming about '.'*\*,;*; &...v \. 4'.1: J : maneuverable than they are today It should be possible to

person, one vote" in shaping Senate efforts of the metropolitan .seas concerned type at fantastic speeds.
and House districts of the legislature ;!i4 : {Z .:.:: :: +#!:'t i1f.; ,1- ._ [Dt1
it was considered t matter to r 'i. .. ........ ....... AEROSPACE SCIENTISTS: have been forced into this field.
without regard to economic, geographicalor be settled by Floridians via the ballot .y'"' w.w Actions while in space frequently must be so precise and so
quick that manual controls won't do. Space ships and
other interests within state Is BARBS space
a a
box and not a matter for the Supreme The Best of suits require more buttons than a man could handle
drastic from the accepted BoyleBY
departure way Court BY HAL COCHRAN As one research man puts it:

of doing things in most states One can not but serious thoughtto HAL BOYLE "A hard-shell space suit built for locomotion and work on
Chief Justice Warren expressed the give To lose interest in putting a planetary surface (ISay the moon) would present a .
the dissenting opinions of Justices money in a savings accountis ridiculous array of levers and buttons were it controlled by
opinion that "Legislators represent peo- Clark, Stewart and Harlan. Their views to lose interest conventional methods.
ple, not trees or acres. legislators are far NEW YORK (AP- Remarksthat day for a husband and three By using the thought.action method, however "such a
with the
seem more in keeping popu- fathers kids Is any bed of roses, let me
get tired of hear
When you really want to complex space suit could be worn and operated as though fit
elected by voters not farms or cities or tell that ."
lar thinking of Floridians even some tog you reduce, turn the head slowly were an extension of the wearers own body The suit's
economic interests ." .r residing in populous areas of the state. "Don't take off your shoes.Don't running"No, I off don to t approve play of your from left to right when powered appendages! would move as his own arms move,
In a dissenting Justice Clark you remember we're golf with offered second helpings His locomotion would be accomplished In similar fashion renabling
opinion those
In the past, the American public going out tonight" lockerroom idiot friendsof
movement strain or fatigue regardless of
wrote: "I cannot agree to the arbitrary could depend on the supreme Court to "Well, the cat finally had her yours. This Is the weekendyou gravity, suit weight or terrain."
application of the 'one man one vote' kittens today. What are you promised me faithfully
confine itself to decisions that came going< to do about them?" you'd stay home and dig out One road sign above an others.
principle for both houses of a state legislature the crabgrass."
within the bounds of its Constitutionalfield "That's your father coming; In
In my view, if one house is of activities. now youngman. Just wait un. "What did I do with your "
til f tell him what been bowling trophy? I threw It down /
fairly apportioned by population Today, however, the Court has apparently up to all day." the incinerator last fall. You 7Oo 7/ A" ,
the the people should have some latitude seen fit in many Instances to "You can spank me if you can't have an atrocious looking Memories of Father's Day / >&>

In providing, on a rational basis, want to, Dad. But If you do- thing like that cluttering up the linger on until the last tie is >
start legislating as well as judging don 1 expect any present from house for years and years and exchanged. unto ethers "
for representation In the other house. This should be a matter of concern for me next Fathers Day" years" ., es would have tfxan 'l06

Justice Stewart also dissented In a all Americans, who slowly but surelyare "No, I'm not going to cut the "Aw, gee, Dad, don't you A doctor says that many you do + '
"The Court's draconian roast. You slice it. After all, ever remember what it was neck ills are due to the ulirCjv 1':. '
separate opinion: and under the like to be "
coming more more that's man's work" a kid yourself? mouth Yakity-yakitis'! ,
pronouncement, which makes unconstitutional :' :f : ''._:. -
control and influence of the Federal gov- "I don't understand why you : :;.t: iy1Y :
the of of the don't want to ,. x
legislatures most ernment which surely Intendedby talk to me about i
.was not
50 Staes( finds no support in the words your office. Other husbands t QUICK QUIZ
the Constitution of the United States:' know love to discuss their lobs (t@pt
1- sys t""'with their wives, They even ask .
for their advice" O-How lona does- a maple 'u ylfiCAITlgt
"What's this blonde hair doingon tree c ln-ue producing

your coat, well we are getting; sugar sap?
.ptnemsay, : real chummy with our new sec. A-Box-tapping scars in old
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS retary, aren't we?" trees show that some were

"What do you mean you need tapped for more than 100 WARNING
lunch money? What did you do years.
ii-J! with the 93 I gave you yester.
day?" Q-For whom did New

"No I'm not going to another York City give its first ticker
P.TA meeting alone. It's your tape parade?
I: duty to go Just as much as it A-For the Prince of Wales
r pd is mine." now the Duke of Windsor, in rtrA
"Daddy, It's not fair for you 1919 on his first visit to the
to hog the television set Who United States.
wants to listen to another old -
political speech? We want to Karl Marx, the most im Q-JJow does a lion differ
watch that new program, 'Rat. portant figure in the historyof from other cats in its social
finks in Space' It's real cool." socialist thinking, was )habits
"I spoke to the orthodontist born in Prussia of Jewish A-The lion is the only cat

e today about Danny's teeth. He parentage. His father embraced that moves about in a groupor k
says that to straighten them Christianity and the 'pride" All other cats
1''u take about two years and whole family was baptizedin travel alone or In pairs. $A
$150. Do you think we ought to the Protestant faith Marx N
go ahead now or wait until once considered Journalismas
the doctor takes Danny's tonsilsout a career. He was once the CAMERA
?" .w.m I
editor of a Cologne newspaper
-- "I thought you said your old and he covered the _._- --- ----_.-
man was such an old grouch, American Civil War for the By IRVING DESFORAP -
Judy? Wtjy I think he s real New York Tribune when NewtfeoturesI

"It may not' be ,the truth 01 T HAT tea It, but' it's the truth GoI/.ee it." parent human"considering that he's a Charles Dana was the man. I WAS DISMAYED\ see
aging editor. how some camera fans recorded -
-Tk* NitlM! ObMrvw "You're tired? What about
me? If you think slaving all C licychvne'le" liltamfee their visit to the

,,,,,,,,,,,,u". ,.."." .. .. New York World's pair
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. How Strong Is Russia? .". '':"'" ";"' :.: They lined up their familyor 1

ATC SreE PARG a youngster against a wall
Within the last [ifewl] week Russian Eastern Europe, member of the Warsaw I I : I 1 \DICTION; I ABGLOBLATUS on a bench or on the gratacalled .
scientist launched a rocket from a base Pact, also have a nominal 80 divisions LAVA out "Look at me'" and
but the quality of their equipment .
near the Sea of Aral, apparently at part and their reliability is uncertain) .titols: R I A L S v s C; I T snapped the picture
I. :% 25.11arry I searched for Home duImguishing
of their lunar research A rullIlIl''
programme. Tactical aircraft: The Russian havea I't AT. B C f. H 0 V S E
few minutes after It war launched the total of 3,000, of which about 2000are b cy, Blister 28.26.: i Obstruct alder trre .. t R S f. II 5 f. 0I World's& Fair evidence in the immediate of the I t

rocket blew up and became the latest stationed in European Russia The I lu. Eloirm, 32. I.ut\ 3 T 0 L. A. r A R.. background but there was none
In a long series of launchlngi carried NATO powers have about 3500, of prred hiede CAcrekrnCe T f. A M 5 T G RIM A W that would be viable in their
out by Soviet scientist alnct 1959 which it Is claimed that they carry twice 11. ART 0 T. R
Cunun 36. t'uh State S t I final results, Yet I know they'll
the payload twice as far a* the Russian
which have ended In failure thread (loser T E t \D P I L. 0 T E. 0U. return home pas the snapshots
The failure wai not of course, an- plane Clo.; 37. Sprhl\ E 0 A R. 1 ISO L. A T t f. around and say "This is Junior
Clearly the Americans not
nounced In Russia Pravd keeps Its disclose such are information eager paint 311. Break 0 0 R Y S H y 0 E. N at the !New: York World's Fair," tEwv'J <
always to U. ,, s
pages strictly for recording the successes Aquatic 1U. Siate Iri On the other hand, many others
since this would raise awkward
of the Soviet system Nor was questions mammal ming tool SOLUTION 0* SATUHDAY PUZZLE
did lake the
about how they acquire It. U. rrrlllil basic precaution of
the failure announced officially or given 1L ItUIl.
It would be dangerous for the West to 16. l.ondo" U. Soil.m.n- 3.1'recloue"( posing their subjects in front of
much ))publicity the Weit The American mountains
gloat over it, but the situation does suggest d.slrici den statue the Unisphere, the fountains or
Government which goes to sometrouble H. 1.0e apple
for limited Western 1.11arch dare of the notable .
possibilities 18. deed! I tome exhibitbuildm
to follow what the Russian are H. llirchboirlo.'X
up to In space prefers to keep Its Information disarmament and further pruning of 19. Enrage craft 1. Loam .5. Slitlll However. too many then
to itself. The news that the defence bill. -Th. Spectator, London ::11. Conunrncl 16. loInltlrr class or 6.lIIollomed commanded Sister Susie or the

American tracking stations In Turkey ::13. Younger H. l'ndrr. prolOloanl 7 lgnued I family or a buddy to. ."Facethe
had recorded the Russian failure was The VisitThe lUll plnlllllill 2. Winged 6. Compound camera Stand up straight & -
an unofficial 'leak. ,., Queen's ether Now smile" and snap' ,
Without allowing. ourselves to be I ., 3 4 1 4 d Y. Cloomy' I thought both of these approaches t7rr .... ( ...
lulled into a sense of false security, it Queen visit to West Germany / /j. / 10. Purposive. I IIIJ to amateur photography NOSE
may do no harm to take note of the best should be valuable and timely. In the :II I "t 12. !Misjudges I had been outlawed by federal FOR PICTURES made this one more mteres
recent estimate we have of the relative / 17 Chop ting. It occupied; ; 7-year-old Janet Rava's
first place It will acknowledge that relations sutures or the general) advanceof attention when
strength of the Communist and the'c.pltalllt' i,J If 20. College knowledge, she war asked what Bennie tit Clown's
are now improving, helped by the > official ( photographic but. note was madeof.
worlds in military termsICBMs : more congenial personality and policies no. they still ...i.l.Donn' In the background; the gears nuts and
: The Russians have about JOO; i3 I"//. w d //: "1 22. Fruit drinks bolts identify
the of a new '/ / :H. Curb it make sense that the Chrysler exhibit at the New
the Americans had 834 at the beginningof of Dr. Erhard and growth York World'ay! pil! The
when visit world's
a fair
1864 generation with little knowledge of the Ir 10 :,,1/ u 27l'igeun29.Bvesnuue ; you a spontaneous action makes a pleIlIDlnapsllotr.cord
historic shrine, a monument, a of
past and no responsibility for It. ,
Submarine-based missiles: The Russians
have about 100, in some 30 submarines 1\I.nyln Britain retrain fearful of the l' l+ is 0 0-: gold tom strange city or anywhere sway a visit to the fair. .: : tt _,
West Germanyand 30. !Marbles From f fo home, that you search for pans 'IOT tourists wtiich ; "
; the Americans have 259 Polaris unregenerate element in tell the be tlkea..y: :' t,
missiles aboard It subs. unwilling to respect a legitimate <<: is 11 : 1f J. 31 Pan or a tome pictorial or visual symbol story and which: shouted pe included So,dowatwah "wooden.
bombers The Russians have desire for reunification. Many German turbine it( the place visited You don't In of ajtrip. Indian '
Strategic : any picture
J1 U J. 3 '// s .story,! .ana"'" and u
about 1.800. with a range of between are still slow in adjusting to a changing //. 32. Cordage always! have to include; thethole iff.v. jjf wide the :
4000 and 8000 miles: the American world and too tolerant of those who are Tl // 'a J' 'l"f' the building or statuary to It also makta'fieiue that IJt1'Ifttlr\ellKt1 tlmt
have 1.000, with a range of up to unable to face up to political, geographical // //. 33 nacolk.i convey: symbolism when snapping Junior Sister Suaffj.; the family pie'try'swith
10,000 mile and historical realities But the main 4l 0 fJ 4. 31. fatuous very i picture however But some. or your buddy fcjl"teading the' 4 astory4etliag
Land forces: The Russian have a direction of West German development /, 3S. Morning I hing in one of, your pictures sign looking agape hrinInspecting vevt' yowaubleat'
total of about 00 divisions of which 40 1 11 more encouraging than anyone 45 4. prayer ihould pin-point where you have the nwnu nlfto iig does 11ha
are believed to be In Eastern Europeor had a right to expect.: The visit shouldbe 39. Study been without lengthy enplane- into a gateway buihtia Y* in o. t'slhe
Xurjfocaa Russia. NATO has 83 division to show without condescension, the 0: er j48 0 12. Ship's I ions being needed. If nothing dulgmi In my |) |ivajtttfvltyrather try or!Mtu
Operational in the European respect that this achievement deserve. diary I :asset of torte -
'Is*, there are signs" highway !I than t
theatre, (The Communist countries cf -The Tlrrus (London( ) Po time 30 min, U wa' .d.N--. 11. Cut grass narker.building names guide- th*,'* rtwtol1j/Jje hole HIWw **era.jAmi *** to 9.t caw is rhq elgggg wttlir'a; pit

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Queen, standing Five feet, ten inches, towers over Hawaii I + ATE TO SAN FRANCISCO-Delegates to the Republican
THE NEW I'RIS'E--Great Britain's Queen Elizabsth II
College Queen Karen Uemoto. who is just short of five feet,, ROOMS TO LET-Intermingled with barren branches with her fourth child Prince Edward, before the National Convention in San Francisco can't help but see the
I Carol is the tallest of the 50 queens in New York competingin of bird houses in all and sizes poses ian Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge-probably the city's
national of a tree, an array shapes camera of Cecil Beaton. Edward was 14 weeks old at the
for the 1964 College Queen .
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HORSING AROUND-Tired of standing a couple residents of the Lucas Valley hills near San Rafael, Calif.,

kick up their heels. Perhaps, the other, at right, is content to plod about while his brothers engage in their horse play.

Oh, well a romp in the sun never really hurt anyone.

(HANGING FACE OF .'A Un: toONG l ) KONGThe British Crown Colony of (Hong Kong with a population of 3,750,000 _.._--.-
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f t GOOD OLD PIGGY BANK-You say the piggy bank is a
e relatively modern invention Well, this little piggy, shown
with a vas and a hoard of coins, is more than 500 years old.
LEADER Mn. William Stl It's on display at a Nuremberg, Germany, museum.
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during etixcampaignsforthe' from towers mar Brooklyn, lift and Staten liland. Nearing completion, the doubls-decked. previewed at London showing are these two by Panda: a (;rink from a sprinkler In St Petersburg. Fla., he got a little
U.S. ,]rsidency. Hi it now 7t. twi and a half mil* span across the New York harbor wi'i' accommodate 12 lanes of traffic. white ostrich cocktail hat and a checkered fufabr.s turban ,]more than he bargained for.I .

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Wfdnr.diy June 21. 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEW3 7


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More care should be taken!! In Juanita Snyder 601-187. Lyn-
the selection and election of officers ford Johnson ra.aa.
In the leagues. Every officer posted a 551-213, i La.<-' c' amce! for adults to volume service project,then took a nosebag '
Jo Gibbs 472. Cert
Mary Dunn
lunch to Lowdermllk :
has specific duties laid out fired a 220 single Ed Hart ,'i '1"1 i nay Camp July 13-l7th
for them by ABC and WIBC 200 Gene oun foi: taft .> permit all girls registered and swam 'til three p.m.Ca'
194. Hazel
Ab t work and fun Is the the: -e
and If these are not followed. rahamson f for Camp to attend. Two bining
the posted a 168, Wanda adultS. needed for train of this troop. They continued\
It places league in jeopardy. Rice 166 H II e are
Joan Lawhon 162
their by meeting .1
These positions are very Important line Mann 159 ing scssiot, SatuidayJune27th, projects
and should ; llmberford 9:30 to 2 Monday, June 22nd, at Ca: ?
not be taken lightly. 157 and at camp'! ,
Mary Harroun
152. and K'orJay! June 29th, at the Tlmberford to start preparlij
The Blue Angels have won 11 for
Scout House 7:30 p.m. With the the camp's Cay
out of 24 points, Christophers The of
activities. help
staff for
BROOKSIDE BOWL 16 Satans present Day Camrglrlsfrot
It's still not too late to enter 13, Hellcats and Luctfers 12 i Troops. 315, 272, 170, 249 several strong young men was
the JC Bowlerama. and am; ) Mil not be able to attend greatly appreciated!
each, Halos 10, Keystones and
the work and
and refunds for fees already Girls attending
Would like ,
you to bowl with Devils 9 each and the 8.
Angels Stahl-
Tommy Tuttle when he appears collected will be sent to fun program were Shelley

here In July? Inquire at the PINE LANES those girls July 1st. If enough man, Pauline and Mary Dines

desk for further details. a volunteers tor itaff are not available Megan Hooper, Betty Splngle: ,
There are two weeks left for 7
Gerald Buster Miller
BUCKS 'N SQUAWSFiring the it wl11l11<'al1 some 25 girls Krape, ,
Color TV.CLASSICBowling.
of 224-202-200 for a 626 will be denied the fun and learn- and Robert Rudy. Screens were
games like
a pro mended wash house stands -
Joe Salmon the lead for the ing presented in the Day Camp repaired
gave was Huble Hart with a 243-662.
cleaned and other
Bucks. For the Squaws it was .. program.: Girls from other Naples Igloos
Alton Hatcher __ __
produced a 588- .r odd jobs attended to. The girls

f Loretta Howard Easterly Follls with a 502- 224, Bud Hogue 576-229. John JOINT INSTALLATION and Ladies Night were pies. About 200 were present for the event which as their troops troops may are. attend representedby camp prepared hamburgers for lunch,
179. shot 226
for a 606. Earl Campbell a and Stull and Ed Belavek each came held Saturday by the Lions Clubs from non ita was held at the nod and Gun Club in Everglades adult assistance. Those attending with plenty of cold drinks potato -

Duane Lyon each had a 573. up and with a 561-Ed using a 203 Springs, Everglades, Immokalee, La Ilelle and Na- ( Hewitt photo) Camp Tlmberford session chips and cookies. Mrs AlIen -
John a 200. Tom -
Eggleston Dlbee leader of the
u 27th asked troop
Duane using a 200and, Earl 197. threw a 556-203. B.D. .ward N. parsons; first vice pre. June are bring '
Eva Hogue reached a 493-172. der listed a 203 single Marvin Hy- 5-Club Installation sident, P.M. Ltbardonl; second Space Age School a nosebag lunch.Colddrlnkswlll! and Mrs. E.''. Timberlake were
W.E. Dick be furnished by the Service Team. adult assistants.
Hazel Abrahamson 476, Martha Lightner 199, Richard Golden vice president, son;
Piercy and MarlonSorensen463.John 197, Carl Armbrust 191-twlce third vice president W.H. Ta>'. Gets Green Light

Zate tossed a lone 209, and Gene Tessler 193. lor; secretary, George; Stetson; TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Mrs. Allen Blbee, Red Cross Remember Day Camp TrainIng -

O.B. Osceola 211, Bud Hogueand PARENTCHILDThe Gold- Conducted LionsThe Lion tamer, John Lott Ash, Sr.; tall! 4 Cabinet gave the green light fora water safety Instructor and lead Saturday June 27th,at Camp
By twister, Everett two-year ,
DJ. Salmon 201 Rae Hendrix university In Orange er of CaJctte Troop 12-1. announces and
ens led with a 1195-Rlchard firIng directors, Carroll Williams and ''t; apace age Tlmberford Monday evening
192. Donna andJuan- County today approving the that swimming lessons for the Scout House.
Hatley games of 200-232-191 for a W.C Anderson; and one-}ear dl. June 29th at
ita each !listed Lions Clubs of Bonita chard Stokes first vice I building site Intermediates and Advanced Beginners
Snyder a 178. 623 and Lori contributing a 119. A. ; pre. rectors George Stetson and W.B.
Helen Henson 160, Bobble Hendrix The Smiths totaled a 1173 with Springs, Everglades, Immokalee, sident, Walter J. Holzman; see Barron. The Cabinet told the Board of will be held beginning
La Belle and held cond Raymond Control:: to start planning Immediately Monday, June 2'Jth. and contin- Richard Aldridge
Naples vice
Sarah Lyon and Ruth Camp- Becky having a 331 set and Roberta a joint president, Following the installation, :
installation and ladles night at Wooten third vice president the I'hyskal i-ampus. uing through August 24th,at Mrs.
bell 153. Standings are still 200 loner. The hada ; awards were presented by the Selected As MP
Tracy's The will lw at theAd..muccl
the Everglades Rod and Gun Club, Rose Phillips; Secretary-trea presidents of each club campus Oscar Yanson'spool,1833llurrl-/
incomplete.SUMMER COMMERCIAL 1168 with William posting a Saturday at 8 p.m Dinnerwas surer, Roy H. Mays; Lion tamer I site just south of the cane /Harbor, The Mooilngsjntermedtates Of The MonthFORT
- -
203. Nancy Dun had a 168 single 4 inge-Semlnole County line
served and the meeting was J.M. Davidson tall twister, Au.
; class Is 9-10
|Charles Salmon led the field witha and Chris Tracy 157. called to order by the presl. brey Morris; one-year director Mike Langevin ;The state will\! take 1.100 arrest Advanced class is a.m.10-; HAUCHUCA Ariz.--
533205. B. Buchanan the site this month and 120 I
kept HIGHLANDS MIXED-Showlng dent of the Everglades Lions R. Swain; and twayeardirectors, Private Richard Aldridgeson
the maples flying for a lone 228, the way was Gene Tlllman witha Club, Granville Hill. Paul Cooke and Ned Shaffer. Wins PromotionIn acres later. aju. of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Ald-

Jim Croak 180, Marvin Le Mas- 639-214-201-224. Ev Baldwin The master of ceremonies, IMMOKALEE: President, Roland The school will be a four-year ridge, 390 Rudder Road Naples,

ters 170-174 E. Cannady 179 came up with a 565-206-202. David Jones of Naples,Introduced Walker; first vice president Armed Service tagft rantUi ,nns. T. The following girls are reg- has been Military i'ollceman -

and Tex Miller 170. From 20 Norma Sloan recorded a 436- the guest speaker W.E. (Bill) James Williams; second vice pre. WILMINGTON OIllO-Mlchael was planned to meet the educational istered for swimmers and synchronized of the Month" here at
|t needs of state students
points Fager Roof Coating have 153, Jean Hyder 431-161. Gene Coker, district governor-elect ardent, Murray Canova; secre J. Langevin of Headquarters ,preparing for work In the space classes, taking place this U.S. Army Electronic Proving -
from Frank War.
the Winter Haven Lions tary-treasurer R. '
won 17, Holsum 14, Bens Standard Tessler tossed a lone 200, Rich- tery, 5th Missile Battalion, !SCIh age each Wednesday from June 17th round
Club. Coker then Installed the rlner Lion tam.r.Chari. Mark.
011 12, Rock Creek Spec- ard Busceml 191, Carol Campen following officers: ham ;tall twister, Eugene Stone, Artillery, Wilmington, Ohio, son _. --- through August 24th, at Russell The 1961 graduate of Fork
|als 9 Marvlns Lawn Service and ; of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lange Union
158. Sharpshooter was Al Ham- BONITA SPRINGS President one year director,Jack Whlsnant; Stahlman's pool 90017th AvenueS Military Academy(Virgin-
d Miller Associates 8 each, ilton converting the 6-7-10. Frank Saunders; first vice and two year directorSam Heath. vin of 30tG Estey Street, Naples U.S. BuildingBig ., 9-12 noon Mary Helen Cor la) Aldridge was awarded the distinction -
was promoted to the rank of
ose's Texaco 7 and Abbotts. president, Paul A. Schmidt; seecond NAPLES: President, Gabe cialist Fourth Class on June 11th Spe, CentrifugeDOWNEY win, Pauline Dlbee, Sallie Cor- on the basis of superior

Inc. 5. vice president Emerson Luff; first vice president, Tom 1004. win, Elizabeth Splngler, Mcgar military bearing and appearance

BANTAMS--Top single game Crash CorriganStill Royer; third vice president, Walker< second vice president, SP4 Langevin entered the ArmyIn Calif. (AP)-Sclen.1, Hooper, Janet Carr. There Is and knowledge of military and

as rolled by John Kllngler who Nolan Watkins; secretary-trea. Jack Rothfuss; third vice presl. December of 19C2 and comple lists here are building wha I t room for a few more girls in current events from group

lad a 189, Mike Stacey 161. Ray surer, W.A. "Bill" Armstrong; dent, William Loach; secretary. ted basic training at Fort Jackson t hey call the world's largest this class provided they reg- of six MP's nominated for the
Jensen 130 and Lucy Pulling a 171 Battling Lion tamer, Harold Buck; tall treasurer, Robert Dilbone; Lion centrifuge machine so big f II later honor
in of
S.C. 1963.
February immediately
let. twister Robert "Bob" Hashbar. tamer Wilbur Eckard; talltwlst.er can take four men on 3May Pvt. Aldridge has been a member -

JUNlORS--Jlm! Sheets led the With ExWifeHOLLYWOOD get (Immediate past president) Leon McCormick; two-year SP4 Langevin is a graduate of i ilmulated space flights of the 512th Military Police
one-year directors, Thomas Rea. directors, A.P. Ayers and Don Naples High School, Naples, bathe
roup with a 507, Danny Mulllns mounted at Troop 124, Cadettes, Is con-I here since October
hard and T.W. Weeks Jr. and Bell and one.yeardirectorsWll. year of 1961. Before enteringthe Two capsules an;:f Company
196, Pam Bell 405 and Sonja (Crash) Corrigan, (who AP) endured- Ray two-year directors, John Raley lIam; T, Barrett David Jones and Army he was an office clerk point on the ISO-foot rotatingarm g[ tlnulng meetings "as the spirit 19C3.

,Itarllng 385.SMALL hundreds of battles In his ca. and Wilbur F. Williams. Eugene Parker at Naples Gas Service. SP4 Lan-I each will carry two men, moves" during the summerFrl-

FRY-BIG FRY--The reer as a Western actor, is en. EVERGLADES: President,Ri. LA BELLE: President, Bro. gevin is a personnel Specialist 'I equipment and provisions sum. day six girls from the troop met In New York state, it Is illegal
at Sth Missile! '{dent for a month' spin, aclen. the Blood Dankposrers io hunting
heets team came up with a 1178 Battalion Wllmlne. to pick up use
gaged in the fight of his life .
Jim having a 512180. Tom His opponent his ex-wife. .. -. -....--- ... ton, Ohio. I I lists say. they had made as a community bear, deer or ,

roak and Hazel Abrahamsonsted The prize Is the Corrtganvtlle

a 1158 with Hazel listing movie ranch, 1,611 acres of i:'

15JO-20L, The roaks had a 1157 rork.strewn hills and Western Naples Bridge: \J

ItlTthe aid of Kathy's 170. Dan- sets 25 miles north of Holly.

Mulllns registered a 538194. wood. Crash paid $11,000 for It '...
feud Hogue and Charlie Rice each in 1937. A fortnight ago the ,....."'" ,, ,.-...-,...--.... --________ ww REDUCED PRICES
former Mrs. Corrigan outbid ----n'
had a 201 loner, Mike Stacey
him in court with an offer of ASKING; CLUB OPENINGOne The called suit Is strictly to tell
J72 and Eva Hogue a 464 set
$2,506,000 for the property. of the features of mem partner the responder's count.
eShellbackshavewonl7potntsof Crash has his aces In the hole. bershlp in the American Con- For example you might call ONE

ut a possible 24, Pollywogs, If his ex.wife comes up with tract Bridge League lathe opportunity SPADE to show a count of 10.11

15,Jack Fish and Snooks 14 each the purchase price, he'll get afforded to play at any IN SOME SUIT but not have a

Snapper 131/2 Pompano 12,Cat half as his share of ownership. one of hundreds of league clubs single Spade in your holdings.

Fish 11, Red Fish 10, Drums Ills production company holdsa throughout the nation. These are Let's illustrate with an actual

91/2 and Frogs 7. 23.year lease on the ranch, so catalogued in the league direct Board: NJ5 vulnerable, E.W not GARDEN

SAINTS AND SINNERS -- he Intends to continue operating tory. We have played at 30 vulnerable. North is dealer......
it. of these clubs. When driving
[ Scoring highest for the men was
This was the latest of a series North we planned to nlghUstop NORTH-Frtnk {
Paul Crlckenberger with a 565- t-0 1111
of court clashes in which theex.wife at some listed city where we M-K O i 1 IDA .
198 and for the ladies It
was. now Mrs. Rita stilt, can participate in a weekly tour f 3
has tried to wrest control of the narnent. So this spring, we add C-Q

Confessed Slayer property from Corrigan. She ed a new one to our list, The WEST s-es S CAST-A K THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAYThis

has plans to turn the ranch Intoa Decatur Duplicate Club at Deca. H-A S, I H-10 t I

Begins Life Term housing development. tur, Ga. near Atlanta. Wt I I 1 I 4 t c-wII 1towi153 is your rational Invitation from M,. Noah Mitchell, your old Garden Spot Friend' to
"When I bought this place, It There is much to learn in do
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)-Dick had been used as a dump foi i line this t Different areas have ; come In and lay hello to him again. Mr. Wendel Peterson, from Warren, ft. I It the new

er W. C.In Anderson the sensational, confessed Carol slay. 30 years," he recalled. "Noth. specialized bids We don't favor H-4 IDK owner of the Naples Garden Spot, and he has persuaded Mr. Mitchell to stay In the store
ing but tin cans all over It took the numerous exceptional con til
Thompson murder case, has C-A 10 and welcome old friends
me three years to clean it up ventions I ; prefer to stick rather
started a life term in
prison and build camera roads so closely to the simplified ap. North has an opening count
after his
from Inno.
cent to a guilty plea. movie companies could work proaches of the unlversally-ap. of 14.13 in Hearts, quite In the ft
here." proved Point Count System. Incidentally minimum range.... Opens ONE
Anderson was sentenced Mon.
day by Judge Arthur Stewart "I put 30 years of my life the board of gover. CLUB and the continued bidding 1Ut,3fl4C9 VITA GRO
into this place. I built It from nors, ACBL recently listed over like this
who goes :
the defendant a
gave year nothing into a top tourist at. 60 bids as tournament musts or BOT. ORGANIC,
and a day credit for time spentin Frank I S Mor..," W
has had u optional Some of
traction that manyas these neither
IC 10 IH P..
jail. That makes him eligibleto I H ,.. ... Positively; will not burn your grass
15,000 visitors a day. you nor have ever heard of, } P IS P
seek a parole in 17 yean. IS P... 4S (All pill) :
'I'd like to go on building it. as the Michael's Cue Bid,
The court proceedings came I've had money men from the Astro Cue Bids, Texas Trans. South responds ONE HEART Reg. $4.75REDUCED

swiftly after Anderson, 35, notl. East offer to bark me In mak,,, fer, Mexican Two Diamonds to show a count of 9; with a 4.
fled the public defender he ing this a Western Disneyland." Just to mention a few of the odd- card biddable suit, don't counta TOSALE

wanted to switch his plea. He continues to operate Cor. 1t1es. Fortunately will seld. doubleton for one; with a 5.
Anderson was the state's chief
rlganvllle\ \ for the summer trade om meet these except at sec card biddable suit you can count $3.98
witness in gaining two earlier
seven days a week He runs tlonal, national or international one doubleton as ONE but must Ie
convictions against T, Eugene
Thompson 36 husband of the the place with a firm, benevolent tournaments. disregard the other doubleton; _
hand. At 57, Crash remainsa with a -card suit you can count
victim; and Norman Mastrlan, robust figure, able to take a ITALIAN SYSTEM each doubleton as ONE for nch... THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
40 with the
charged being
between. Both are serving life go. horse fall with the best of the Perhaps you recently read that same goes for a singleton. This Set of 3 Handy
stunt men. the Italians won the International explains the South response atONE

terms. Duplicate Tornament for the HEART (which is In the GARDEN HAND TOOLS

seventh time; seven out of the Spade suit). Partner at this point ORTHO LIQUID PLANT FOOD
eight last tries which Is a world's doesn't know what's what as far REGULARLY PRICED 79c

record. The United States, as as suit is concerned.Now Food
Buy 1 gallon of Ortho Liquid Plant PRICE
show his
usual ended In second place. North has to

All this has made the Italian true suit which In this case happens .

bidding system more talked about to be Hearts and calls for for ONLY $498 57c

than ever. Nonetheless, I'm quite a rebld of TWO HEARTS. South
too ancient to learn or to teach has no Heart support and ac.cordlngly Get second gallon Ortho Liquid

) ,) ,zF anything so radically different. shows his suit count Plant Food for ONLY S IB.CHLORDANE5.
Despite our desire for a bid. by declaring TWO SPADES.

4 ding status quo, we have run intoa Now revalue: in Spades, %
fascinating adaptation of an North's count goes to It. Since 1C

Italian feature. Margaret andI South gets Spade support, Mar. Price 79c
are really quite exciting aboutit garet's holdings go from 9 to 11, Regular
; so easy to memorize that she counts an extra ONE for the SPECIAL THREE DAYS ONLY
we are trying it out.Here's pass. fifth trump. So you have 18 plus

,3 log this AS KING CLUB OPENING, 11 is 27 and that's a game.Play
t1e a fore bid dONE CLUB .which out tM hand and after West oUvlously j 58c

Is entirely unlike the popular leads a Diamond )'ou'UlOll
SHORT CLUB for which you only 2 Spades and one Heart Reg. 2.50

should have at least a Club. making the contracted 10 tricks SPECIAL PRICE 2.18

Queen to three d that suit In for 8.0.Th rem al nlnc Nun Teams __ Free Delivery

the ASKING C Ll'B force, you can topped at 14Spades) or J-Hearts.
open ONE CLUB with actually Suppose after the opening ASK

NO Clubs at all You are merely ING CLUB (at North) East over.
Torcing your partner to tell calls ONE HEART and you had NAPLES GARDEN SPOT

almost exactly what count his wanted to use that response to

band holds Assuming there is tell opening partner about your

no Intervening over-call the re.spouses ..8 count, what to do? That's

) go like this: easy. Just DOUBLE. Now
One Diamond shows a count of course, if you use this kind

of awven or less; one Heart Is of bidding It will be necessaryto ITS fUN 10 GMDENcr E 2.2140
card. And 467 Sth Ave. So.
(NEA Ttltptloto) 8-0; one Spade Is 10.11, one No explain it on your {
Trump Is 12-13 and two Clubs obviously, In this limited space, l2\j\
MAIL FLOWS IS-fa Sen. Edward M. Kennedy recovers la 145. The latter Is practical. 1 can't I give all the possible

I In a Northampton. Mass hospital well-wishers are keepingthe ly a slam Invitation. Remember quirks. Well reserve that for

mailbags lull of their messages. Hospital aide Mrs. Vera 'tb..* responses have nothing to this Fall's Forum Series of Dia.cusaloos. I

Hamilton carries another stack through the corridor do with the ealledault holdings. So come see us.

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i .I; grayson reports It

."r. ." Summer Rec a I1 ,ed
: ', The Olympics Get Down

: \. To Business at Rutgers J Basketball LoopBoys

Interested In 8 nlel- pada
ting In the summer recreation
: Newspaper Enterprise Assn. program basketball league are

ii i 1 j NEW BRUNSWICK.: is 120 yards short of an AmerIcan 1 .I ,11, 1 Invited to be at the high school . . . . . . . . sit
Thuriday it 7:30p.m. seac
i :XJ (NE A) Rutgers mile. gymnasium
Is each Tues-
has 'To appreciate the speed Them open June 24, 1964
Stadium anew Wednesday,
: track laid with which track records have Thursday night, 8:
gone down and jumping and activities supervised by Coach -
i at a cost t of inure _. .
throwing marks up, all you Jerry Howell. Besides basketball an

than $75,000. have to do Is take into consideration boys can participate In
I Literally translated, en"-tout that Roger Bannis sports such as tumbling, tram- agin

cas means "in all cases. This ter broke the four.minute barrier poline, weights, and table ten- :.,
track is made of fine Englishand in the mile with 3 58.7 be

Australian cinders the exactly 10 years ago," Wal.lack nis.Last night, the first basket- isis
found for
best substance yet went on, '
Brick dust is add ball doubleheader was played.
all climates I'i
the strip that color. "In the recent Compton Re- The team captained by Steve
ed to give
\ atof
lays, no fewer than
With the white racing lanes eight Clark edged the Marty Bowengroup,48.4GandToITlBernard's : ofvi
Americans. I Including 1 I Jim
: ah
and the infield as a
green + '
Ryun a Wichita .
backdrop it makes a pretty junior, bettered 4:00.high: school Dyrol -- --.... ... team defeated that of Van\\'eelu, ?1 1 .we1y.1i thw.

picture, Burleson and Tom O'Hara NEW TRACK around Naples High School football field was completed 48-32. w.Jt
This is the setting for the ; Clark was the difference In the a
Bannister's recently by county workmen It is of cindeis-and-clay
topped 'impossi composition
i kickoff of the Olympic
real j close first game, is the tall ,
of National ble minimum. OHara did with a limerock base, and measures 440 yards View looks .

year AAU- Outdoor greatest track and .]3:56,4 indoors last winter, but south from, the chute at the tiack's north end Track will see its center put In 22 points. Team \

field championships June 27- Burleson beat him twice outdoors first use this fall, with the beginning of the new school year mates scoring points were M 1. I e'a''

28. This is where the big boys :, looking back over his (NEWS photo) Sharp, Sat and Woodruff eight
matured .shoulder as he won at Comp each, and Erickson two. ieb
-the athletes-get
down to business. j ton In 3:57.4: to the Chicago Bowen led his team with 14 v p v.... ieT

"Track and field under- 'youngsler'13:57.6.. : .tropics Wallops Publix points, followed by G. Sharp

standably picks up in an 10, G. Moss eight, Hackney and
Olympic year, and in this one "No one in his right mind Fields six each, and McClintock

; the athletes are running fast would attempt to pick the Stone Softball Lead IiI
'winner of the pole vault, another Regains two.After
\ er, Jumping higher and throw a slow first half, Ber I
'' event in which the
ing farther than anybody ever pressure nard's team pulled away from
Imagined" said Les Wallack ;; is going to be terrific \veeks team In the third and
Jr., Rutgers coach and meet This country has a dozen 16- 1
fourth Carl
:footers. Four cleared 16.5 In quarters Wltkopled
director With 7-2 Win Over Stahlman 1I
Competition Is so fierce because the San Diego Pre.Olympic the winners with 22 points,
the first six in each Invitation Meet. -- -- -- -- -- Bernard had eight, and \vlnn I

event qualify for the Olympic "Fred Hansen of Rice bet Stone Builders regained un. fly-out:j and scored after being later In the Inning for Tropics'14th Fields, and Finger six each
Trials at Randalls Island in tered the world record with \disputed possession of first place I i caught in a rundown between and final score Jeff Johnson led the losers
New York July 34. 17.2, Sullivan award winner In the men's Softball league last I I third and home. Publlx touched Brock for sev. with 14 points. M. Weeks scor- 4c

"The huge field amounts to John Pennel dropping out at !night by running up an early 7.0 Tropics pitcher Bob Brock en hits, and scored twice in the ed 10, and King and Alfonso four
lead and holding on for a 7.2 .i swung a big bat as his team
an all star cast from Bob that height because oa back second inning and twice in the each.
The triumph: over Stahlman Proper. i scored five times in the first fourth. Polly doubled home the e
Hayes, the world's fastest hu injury others in the competition
ty: Maintenance. ]Inning and added seven more two second-Inning runs. Mull. P
man, to the strong boys, the were Mel Heln and
incomparable Dallas Long in Don Meyers. And you can't It was the fifth victory In six :runs in the second. In each Inn. ings and Mike Van Hall each Identical Twins r
In the second half for ing Brock hit
a double to knockin
games hit RBI In the fourth.
the shotput, Al Oerter in the overlook Rolando Cruz, John
Stone and Stahlman's record now two and later .s 6
runs scored
Pact 'VithMinnesota
discus and Harold Connolly, Uelses, Ron Morris and John 1 1Cramer" self Sign
Is 42. There are six games re. HARRY B1LUE 1
who returned from teachingin ,malnlng in this half for each Also hitting well off losing pit. BOB LEE THROWS HARD Twins 1t
Finland to in the Wallack could have talkedall j
compete LOS ANGELES (AP) Sam
the first half
team. Stone won i cher Rex Polly in the first two I
hammer afternoon and far into the Tropics Drive Inn punched out innings were Chuck Kelly, with Mele, manager of the Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS (AP-Dave
e e night on the 76th National 15 hits last night and rolled past two singles; J.D.. Askew, who Twins, wu impressed the first Harvey, Bob Price and identical Billie
Races are being run at met. AAU Outdoor Championships. Publlx Market 14.4, In five Inn. doubled; Ed Woodruff, who trl. time he saw rookie relief pitcher twin Jim and John Cevclk of Harry Starting ,
ric distances to acquaint I The director and the sponsoring pled; Charles Barley, who had Bob Let of the Los Angeles the Missouri Tigers, runnersupto ,
Americans with Olympic I New Jersey Jaycees ings.Stahlman meets Tropics at 7:30 two infield singles; and Bud Shl. Angela this spring. Minnesota in the NCAA baseball ,

standards. The 100 meters, only hope that the people of Thursday at Gambler Park, with mer, who laid down two squeeze "Lee throws, hard aa Dick championships, have been To Hit For Gastonia I
for example, Is almost 10 the New York metropolitanarea Stone and Publlx meeting at 8:15. bunts. Radatz of the Boston Red Sox," signed to professional contracts

yards farther and a second and New Jersey give a Ed Swiss tossed a four.hltter Newcomer Ken Mull\ Ings took lays Mele. "Lee's pitch doesn't ,by the Minnesota Twins. !
slower than 100 yards. The tremendous show the patron In last night's Stone victory Los. the mound for Publlx In the move like Radatz's but he throws The collegiate stars all of Harry BIllie had a productive fielder's head, driving In two

I 1,500 meters, or metric mile age it richly deserves.I' Ing hurler Russ Stahlman gave up: fourth. Shlmer,leading off,swung just as hard. whom are to report immediately reek last week for the Gastonia runs, and scored later as Gastonia -

only five hits, but they all came away and hit a curving line drive Lee Is 6-feet-3 and 230. to the Twins' Melbourne i-Pirates In the Western Caro- was edged, 7-6, by SaILs
in the first two innings.In past the right fielder for a home Radats is 6-feet5 and weighs Fla., farm In the Florida Rookie v Inas League. bury.

baseballRoundup the first inning, Stone lead. run. Kelly singled in Woodruff 740 pounds. League, were signed for substantial The Seminole Indian a 1962 GRAND SLAMOn

IJ &if off to left man and David Weeks doubled Tuesday.bonuses No contract, the club figures said &:graduate of Naples High School, Wednesday, Bllliehitasolo
Harry Blckford
beat were given. smacked: three home runs last home run, and in a doubleheader -
out an Infield hit. Art Schulthels
lead Gastonia Billie
leek and helped Thursday personallywon
in both runners and lat. -
scored mt of the WCL cellar In his the second game when he
By THE AS80CUTKD PillS er pitch. Lester himself Liles walked on a wild and Angels Sign Up f Irst year In organized ball, Bllle hit a grand-slam homer In the

By MURRAY CHASE pitched In 11 games, gaining a scored the fourth run of the '! has shaken off a rather slow first Inning to give the GPirates -
Associated Press Sports Writer 1.0 record and a 4.50 earned run inning on Henry Caballero's trl. Outfielder From start a 4-2 victory over Spartan- I'j

When Hollywood made the average. The Angels acquiredhim pie to left field U Of Wisconsin Last Monday, Billie hornered,' burg. It was the first grand- ,\ '
movie, "Angels In the Outfield," April 29 In a.trade for "Julio T waik.yalriple byl.Weeks, loubled.. hit two singles batted slammer by a Gastonia player h
they weren't talking about W1I. Navarro.. and a wild pitch led to three Force Golf STEVENS POINT, Wls. (AP) 'n three runs, and scored twice this season.
lie Smith. All of the Angels, As a southpaw hurler this sea. more Stone runs In the second Guiding in. Swing Rick Relchardt, the Vnlversl. is Gastonia dropped an 11-7 After Thursday's doubleheader

however, are talking about him Ion. Smith has a poor lit recordin Inning. The three-base hit by ty of Wisconsin's hard.hittlng I I leclslon to Salisbury.The Blllle had been at bat
now.The movie was a story of the tart 14 but relief has appearances a respectable and 2.S1 one got Weeks In the was game.the last hit Stone Conies from Entire Left SideBy by outfielder almost who every had major been league sought next day Billie sparked 193 times with 28 runs scored,

heavenly kind of angels In the ERA.When Jim Wheeler singled for Stahl. baseball club, will\ sign with the m eighth-Inning rally that fell 44 hits, and 29 runs batted In,

outfield of the Pittsburgh PI. Smith was Inserted Into man In the second inning, and Los Angeles Angels, his father, :short He tripled over the rightState Me was second on the team In
rates But Smith, a Los Angeles the line-up for his hitting, Rig. was forced at second by Claude WARREN SMITH Or. F.W, Reichardt said today. RBis, and his four triples and
Angel, has been a devil at bat. ney didn't fool around. The Cothron. Bob Hartnett doubledand Pro, Cherry Hills Country Club, Denver Reichardt will\ fly to Los An. six homers also led the team.
,The pitcher turned outfielder manager placed him In right Cothron came home with) fril/tll/o, AP \cn .f./ ,itu geles and sign the contract F Ills 44 hits were for 75 total
lashed two singles and a two. field and made him the No. 4 the losers' first run. later today, Dr. Reichardt said. 0 bases.
A run homer Tuesday night, hitter Smith's performance Stahlman doubled leading off We often hear of left Ride contr'olin the pilf
sparking Los Angeles to a 2.0 Tuesday night rocketed his av. the fourth, took third on a long. are lost as a ship without a ruddt' \t I onilir how man Golfer e i: Ten batting champion for the Rr age still was better than that of

triumph over Washington The erage 40 points to .316. lie has really understand this part (.f the swing. last two years, said he would four other regulars on the light-
victory was the seventh straight two home runs and 10 runs bat. not sign for a bonus of less d
for the Angela, equaling the ted In for 47 times at bat after Gulp's effort, annpunr.dthat Left side control means that than $100,000.Mrs. League hitting Gastonia club. He has

longest winning streak In the His pinch.hitting record Is the National League.lead. this side from the foot throughthe By THE been playing regularly at short

majors this season. even more amazing. He has ing Phils will go with five start leg hip, shoulder,arm wrist ASSOCIATEDW PRESS stop for the last two weeks,
It also marked the second seven hits In 14 chances, with era henceforth and hand are the guiding force *; Susman participating in several double
consecutive night Smith won five of the hits coming In his "With Dunning, (Dennis) Ben. Round 1.. Pct. C.B. plays and rarely making an er-
You must have a firm left- Gains 3rd
games with his bat. His pinch. last seven tries. nett, (Art) Mahaffey and s t Petersburg 42 23 .646 ror.
hit single the night before drove That's pretty heavenly In Rig. (Chris) Short working so well," hand grip, a straight firm left At Wimbledon Lauderdale 42 23 .648 -

in the tle.breaklng run In a S-2 ney'a book the manager said, "we Just arm and a solid feel of the entire .akeland 38 28 .576 4j HOME FOR HORSE MOVIES
victory over the Senators. Elsewhere In the AL Tuesday haven't been able to give Ray left tide in order to Insure left' WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Daytona) Ben. 33 29 .547 6'4iarasota LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -
The night Baltimore enough work. The doublehead. -Karen Hantze Susman of San S; 30 36 .455 12'A
25-year-old lefty was a nipped New side control If of the above Thoroughbred hone farms in the
pitcher until Manager Bill Rig. York 9.8, Chicago blanked Bos. era enabled us to use him more. any Antonio, Tex., the 1962 champl. Miami 28 39 .418 15 Blue Grass and the Lexington
ney decided Smith, deserved a ton 2.0, Minnesota whipped Now he's pitching like he did give way during the swing this on, rallied from the edge of de. Tampa 27 39 .409 15'/i' Track have served
trial as a hitter. Rigney now be. Cleveland (-2 and Detroit tram last year." throws the entire left.side out of r1 feat today and gained the third Orlando 21 46 .313 22Tuesday's Trolling
lleves there's never been any. pled Kansas City 9.3 after los. Culp, a $100,000 bonus baby control, round of the Wimbledon tennis Results the principal. sites numerous
one more deserving. ing 21. five years ago, won 14 gamesIn tournament by beating Anna 'ort Lauderdale 2, Orlando 0 movies
You will notice with most
Dmltrleva of the Soviet Union Among them are "The Tattooed
Smith reached the majors 1863, his rookie season, and Miami S, Daytona Baach 4
players that as then (near the top 4.6 6.3 75. Police Horse" "Glory," "!tome
last year with Detroit. He By DICK COUCH led Philadelphia pitchers with s t. Petersburg at Tampa, ppd.
Assoc'ated Press Sports Writer 176 strikeouts. lie reported witha of the back II'lnlr in tnlne to Get Mrs. Susman lost the first set .akeland at Sarasota ppd rain In Indiana," "April Love" and

Ray: Culp has pitched his way sore arm this spring, dropped the club farther hark the will!!! and was behind 1.2 with the Wednesday's Games "Kentucky."
\O back Into the Philadelphia: Phil. five of six derisions and found Russian girl's service coming Daytona Beach at Ft Lauderdale A movie called "Pride of the
either left ellwv to
/ \ lies' starting rotation. All It himself in the bullpen. allmy the up when rain Interrupted play Irlando at Miami Blue Grask" was filmed principally .
/ \ took was a near replica of team. But three victories-Including give way or loosen the grip nf Tuesday. Tampa at St. Petersburg at Tanforan Race: Track
mate Jim Bunnlng's perfect t the one.hltterlId two com. the left-hand. Either I Is a Mil I Another American advanced S arasota at Lakeland near San Francisco:
game.A plete games in his last three error when Eugene Scott of St. James
fIl I first.Inning base on balls appearances have vaulted the tn order to lessen the strainon l YWARREN N.Y., a member of the 1963 U.S.
FLIPPER \ and Len Cabrlelson's sixth.In. young Texan back Into the Davis Cup team, downed Patrick NAPLES
the left arm and grip ton
THE ring single came between Culp Phils' pennant plan. Rodriguez of Chile7.5,16-14, FLY .
I SKIPPER and the perfection attained days The second.game victory should concentrate on :a full 64 In another held.over first 77. MIAMI

I SAYS earlier by Bunning as the gave the Phils a split of the shoulder turn and keel!, the left i round match.
: 22-year-old right-hander blanked twl-nlghter. Chicago took theopener foot solid (not planted!) ,'n the Linda Lou Crosby of Arcadia,
I THERE'SNO Chicago 9.0 In the second 2.0 on Dick Ellsworth's Calif, lost to Mrs. Ann Hayden
gameof ground. If (an arMc\e the Schedule
you Daily
New Year Round
a doubleheader Tuesday five-hitter Jones of Britain 6.0, 60.
J TRICK t! night Second.plaie San Francisco position of the left shoulder under Britain will\ make a deter.

TO SAFEBOATING No other Cub reached base divided with Cincinnati, win. the chin with straight left nrr'i.: t mined move next month to Naples To Miami

against Culp, whose early sea nlng 44 before bowing 5-4 In 11 solid left-hand grip, 'Ith.nit ten bring the great names Oo pro.fessional 1 7.45AM. 1 UsSOAM. 345PM.

Ion troubles cost him a front innings Pittsburgh defeated slon In the neck and ,'Mr\ : you tennis bade Wlm.

q line Job on Gene Mauch's' lead. New York Mi Milwaukee beat are now readto mon Into the bledon. ,Miami To Naples
.d pitching staff. Los Angeles 5-2 and St. Louis 900 AM. 215 P.M. 5:00: P.M.
ball with the leftsidecontrol. :
Mauch 54.
thoroughly) Impressed nipped Houston
SMITH ConntrtioRS and Reservations t. any point la the world
The downswing U Inttlited h, Left Side, Can Be Fatal CHARLOTTE N.C. AP) -
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the pulling of the left Mp and is T' fnrt' ,'r t. no b I :'t.II.I school junior from Charlotte alto NAPLES

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J --. -_ I Jiiiii 24. MM COLLIER COUNTY NEWS i

I Airport- 3OUNLZATENotes YOUR advertising s-f-r-e-f-c-h-e-s farther


The aviation business,If you'll handle the demand before leaving with

pardon the punhas eentlnly been for Provlncetown early Friday I'Lkt

"up and down" these past few morning. Captain Mike Hallo-

days. After very noticeable well departed Naples at 1 a.m., I

slump In both the local sight stopped In Sebring for a :5-

seeing flights and the schedule hour check on the new engines CLASSIFIEDMidway

activity during the past three or and then flew on to Atlantic City

four weeks things took a turn where he spent the night visit

for the better early last week ing relatives. Tentative plans

and everyone Is hopping once are for the Piper Apache to leave

again at the local airport Naples next Sunday for the Cape. 2-2107

The biggest Increase took place winding up "operation Unto

in local"ColdenGate"' flights switch for another season.

being conducted for Gulf American Those riding NaplesMiamilast -

Land Co. This big Jump week Included: Mr. and

Is a seasonal one, and can be Mrs. C. Hertzberg Col. and 1 Announcement 3-Boats-Motort Accei.IISS 23-Misc. For Sale 50-Rooms For Rent

attributed to the fact that manyof Mrs. C. Lucas Lanny Sherwin -

the summer vacatlonm are Mrs. J.N. Sherwin Carl PlAZA BEAUTY SALON Chrlt Crtft tl S Conit.l Uttd TVi for solo Excellent Lorsoreen with private bttn
Condi" ,an. MI 1M| for lidy Clot Ie Coach and
lens E Tim..ml, Trul, alien, twin i3to Ship t* thore 5/lIlt
visiting the sunshine at Ate now Hoffmann Mr. and Ad 4 > d thopplnc. c."tir Call'' 11"0'
Mrs. Midway I **"! finder' fully *tu P<> Reel in,ng Chair for Daddy .
riP : Ml } 4131ttrgt
that school Is out. This trend Miller and H.E. Doerr. i leeket* et* .PhMI. Good 5501 Pluti, and cloth noon' or vwimf
I57M '
I 44JI *r tort Prie '
MI. 14? Im.1t
will undoubtedly continue through A"ScoAPPLIANCE C." ***n *t IrunkSmith : room Mill. for working

July and August. anc1' then drop SERVICE 0aa..cii.a _... s/list 26 Personal
again as it has in pas* year Chartists Look COMPANY or .".. t __SLUIL!

A total of 54 passengers were Art plttttd t 0 mnounco ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS To Rent
our opining, Mtn er womtn .,Ol drinking' 51-Wanted
'l carried between Naples and MIAmi For Mr. t Met. W. L. PyrOwntrt problem Am for hilp' by Mil .
I last week, comparing very Symptoms Of low cos1 in( Ml' t 4JII Visitors cord,illy WANT-Co. grOMOOM UNFURNISHED
U., Pens' SI MI MmSt4 wtictmtd Montins in dmpi HOUSl CLOSE
favorably with the 31 flown during I -H _ _ .. '.! Church A noaoa it Ill IN YEAR ROUND StQIN-
the same period last year. Summer Du. to' 0..," In tilt Ftmily WANT AD St ft ,lilt A,01vor YM"''' and NINO SEPT 1ST WRITE
RallyNEW VIC. Shot fttptir' will'" b. cl...... Frr nghl it I 10 sow '04. CORAL OABLtS: 14
The 11 passenger-Lockheed was Junt |; till July 4 Hour to I'LA 17! tf

flown"' on three separate trips to YORK (AP) Stock : e' pick up repaired work sri pott. Business Opps.TEXACO .
Services Offered
market chartists are eying ..v.ery .4 In Shop windowTrouble 53-Ustlngs Wanted
---- price flurry for signs of the INC. SEC LII PETRI' for lute and
traditional 9 lawn mowir rtpilrt. All word STOPI
summer rally. For .I..... now undtr. conttructon .'."'.ud 'ck.u.. and 4*. have Suitable ttntntt for your
Need More Laws Steel production Is sliding fast Looms ultrimodtrn tttlion it Ii...,,,. Now 'locilid it North hem tnd other desirable" rtntI
toward the still more traditional (NEA Telephoto) Moormgt Shopping' Conttr. M*. Niplet' Elio: Ml I HI4 l/lttw .1.I List thtm, with" utlS4

July doldrums. NOT ALLOWED1! policeman waded into Lake Michiganat ple inanC.. Ptid: triiAing tttitttnct progrim available.C. indf Ith Ave S. MI 24741
Regulate On Labor Front 38 Autos For Sale
Many factories are preparing a beach in Chicago and came out with Toni Lee Shelly, .. information dn thit ". -
f for the newer but growing tra. 19, who was trying out one of those new topless bathing or"bit.,"franol.. 'T....contact.. .Don P. AkIne 0 Willi. Cadillac 51 All powor Dan .U'I'u"d' 1..11., blayr.

About SmokingWASHINGTON one dltion, two of a or va three shoe weeks.shutdown of suits. Toni Lee was arrested for improper bathing attire. For Ford MotorsDETROIT ::i,:.ies. CI. Uyers. Pes 10 way.eloy 27041. N..sonabl A" Ioc.ll.ot.. Call MId.1'0"dlllO" M-Trade or Sell

The auto Industry Is (AP) Hard bar.
AP prepar. :> 'C.tI>. .:.. .... TEXACO INC. Iwo fort Station Wtion Tj
( ) Sur. : '
4. Will Irodi 'in L.U Park
Ing for the model gaining between Ford Motor Cyl hitttr Std f door food equity
summer j
jeon General Luther L. Terry t" 'or bus 1i'.11 ,.,"".,.1 I Cay conjitien' Mutt bt told thliweek ....... Per land I" City ... Coon.ty. .
changeover. Co. and the United Auto Work. I..10... ".w Ut _,.".. ,0 |Ml Ml"itoM. I7 48tI Ctll.. MI 14211. 5lU57Houses
told Congress today more legls. Hot weather sport and recrea. ers in their Impending new con. NiplM.. Paid Training Programnd
latlon is needed before the fed. I I Tips OnBoating : rininciil 1 t i'tlinco ivtil I Ml ThundtrbirdHirdtop R 4
tract talks Sale
tlonal items are selling fast. appeared likely todayin able' For 'Informition conltct H. Ptwtr window. tint Fte' For
eral '
government ran regulatethe Tourists jam New York I"-'ilIl'1 the wake of clashing prellml. Don Abtrntthy Ttuct Inc. lory ur COndIining. Low mil*.
advertising and labeling of .: P o. ... lilt Ft. Mytr. ... M'. 4104. ,".. I PM Thr*. bdrm. I b.,". Ut .Avt
stands both
streets and scramble for hotel nary by sides. ."'.... EO Milt hit, 40. II No. Good t.,,,'.. Ml' | MM.
rooms. Summer camps shore ,i The union charted that Henry : '
He testified also that
any themselves for the Ford n could not understand the
annual !
up 40-Autot ,
RepaIrs Parts ,. .
such authority should be given Wanted for Ml nice' tptClout
rusn 01 .cnuui.ireo youngster worker's position. This was the 12-Help I BR t SilO wttirfronthome
to the Food and Drug Administration Highways to beaches and Is essential can be overloaded. You don't UAW's reaction to Ford's ot 190 Jewel Bo Ave
moun. Just as good equipment .
rather than to the Fed. Hlp i, Minted Man er worn In Oytter say L. .. 10 5 3 l's
tains are even more jammed for good boating. so is need to guess your boat's capacity speech Monday In Coronado, 55 to ttrvi publi*' I'.000 tof LOOK HEREI lot with" ...w.II. E.lr. mule.
aral! Trade Commission. The than Calif. In which he said :ID.000 possible Interesting front lot* 20.M terott the .,...,
rDA like the Public Health ever. adequate safety equipment es- ; most boats show It on willing work. No ege limit I lays e Wondering! whore to from hout.. 71.too 6.T.U. Rtvn
Summer Is coming in Just like ness to accept a strike was a wk yearly, bull: Honott hirdRobert fo cycl A C.
Service which Terry heads, Is always almost. There are sentlal for safe boating say the manufacturer's capacity part of "free and responsible warble and car :I. what yos, With your car probltmiTFtctory Thli It truly a bargain btlnfofftrcd
under the Department of members of the U.S Coast Guard I plate. If you don't have one, A.id 1r thA position. Pleas.do it Ions thin the Ian
1 some differences this time. collective bargaining not apply if ou do 000 wa'Itto Finish PainS Jobt or Conk wluttlon it f II.IM.
Health, Education and Welfare.Terry' Stock prices already are Auxiliary. Naples Flotilla 93. your marine dealer will gladlytell Ford, board chairman of the work. Cnact .P Wrtctt Rrbum Shown by ippolnlmtntDICK : ,

testimony before the around record highs If you When boating on Federal waters you the safe limit of weight firm, said that union demands plot etllltttl Memorlll, ,.,.. O.'d.I.meneger, N.*.. Tuntupt II... Rtl, I.HIIU,.,. Broktr

House Commerce Committee measure them by the popular the law specifies minimum for your boat. An overloadedboat could endanger the national dtrbllt 0,. III Ave No betwnn Front tnd tl.gnmtnlMotor Offic it the HHhout CoPRIVATI .
drew sharp opposition from an. f JO end 12.00. Ml' I.KM. Overhaul' MI un 'I
averages. But many shares are requirements such as a lifesaving is an Invitation to acci economy, "'U, Trtntm.it ribuiltLubnctllpn UL2L .
other witness, Sen. MaurIne B.Neuberrer far below their highs. It's the device for everyone' dents. "From hI. lofty position, it Is SALt

D.Ore." blue chip type favored by the aboard. Other regulations on "Stick with the ship" Is good understandable Mr. Ford can't 13-Help Want. FemaleSeoretary I'tNetPoinh mutt NO tell SROHENSOwntr three bedroom

"One how wonders, she said, popular Index and by many In. Federal waters call for proper advice to remember in case a make out the American scene for local employ. 4 w*. I ball homo .In THE MOORINGS ..

"just serious the depart. stltutlonal buyers, that has at. and a fire boat should capsize. The shore below of workers producing mint with. the Stele. Mutt b* Don I .look soy further Centrtl heal and a'!
ment's lights extinguisheron O"d"'I.' CO'P""I through ]
urge regulate real than .bl* to type *nd pente dietiphone ... 1
tracted most buying interest ever yet being short. out IWCO' t bidroomt Cnm
Iy Is." boats of closed constructions may look inviting but Is probably thorthond deelreeblibut I
ed In piete Helen lncludin5 disposaland
this their share of the Write P O Ingram Chevrolet Inc.
year. not '
The Federal Trade Commls. craft from 16 to 25 feet in length farther than it seems to be. "pros.parity Bon 141 I.'ad..y or 'Mil i thwither Nice .. ,..".d
Steel's output slide already they are creating said ,
lice" II. N. MI I HOt porch peved drivewly toddtd
CD 17031 for 'InltrvltwSJ4 I
have horn hand whistle Most craft will float
must a or pleasure
stun recently, completed hear. Ken Bannon lawn Phono Ml ? 4104 iMtiI
some 6.S per rent from itsear's director of the un.Ion' .it N*..*.. PI 1..
Ings on Its proposals to require y high of late May-.seems audible! for at least one- even when capsized so stay with Ford department. w.It,... ....",ad 'or .".ck bar P M '/'I If

that cigarette packages carry a sure to go on Into July. But this half mile. A whistle and a bell Itj your're easier to spot by The UAW Issued Dannon's 3 and 555?I....."... Must be it yrl/Ia.1I MI 44-Mobile Homes "0"...bedroom with thick furnished on kick Iram'lieu of

warning that smoking may be summer the steelmen think the audible at least one mile are ,searchers too. statement late In the day, pre. lot a potintiil I income whanruvtnitd I
prlncd ....It,...** *t ..- Air | City: witir tvtlliblt .
to health and other. 10 Trtiltr
Injurious 10 a Skyllni
dip, however steep It seems required for the larger pleasure Bumably after the union had roni t NMtiurtnt Sac M.len Conditioning, Rutontbli for Shidowltwn school

wise to regulate advertising now, may prove to be com. craft, up to 65 feet long. Simi- taken time to study the auto.maker' Siren! 1114.1' Cash ir I..", .. Ml I 1100 or Ml trtt. II.000 cash or II.000

claims. paratively shallow and short. remarks.Negotiations .50311. S/iLIt tarnm.Let worth $1500 1 Pi5urn5RUTM
lar |
equipment required GOP -' '
Wanted Male 71' I rillir, reconditioned 1211
Mrs. Con.
Neuberger urged lived. Optimism, born of a good bf m&st state! between Ford 111) Down. Mark Crook Tnllor ANDERSON. Irokir
gress to "do nothing which and the ,.... Roar 01 E!: Trill oppotit
cushion of orders UAW Airport 1/711
Is strong for formally
As every boatman knows other open Truck driver wonted for rout* Palm Ltht Trailer ctPt .
would obstruct or impede the a big fall upturn. LBJ Work Plan July 1, simultaneously with Gen. work |il delivery. end. ...,., Clou Eittttl, Trtilor with c*. >. t 7054 or t Sal?
Implementation" of either the Items are required bythedictates conditioning, work Contect My. btni and 11000 or
eral Motors rr.1'1 MOORINGS 554 'i Dr
The factory shutdowns for and Chrysler new : Iprlnglln*
but sff.v. or I J7M
of tklit t P 0. Ml I4JMMm
FTC common sense and good 1 bedroom IH bun twimmlngpool
program or a Public vacations are taking a new look contract talks. The present .
I. icreened
for Air conditioning' 4 R* petlo
health Service plan for mass also. The trend toward longer Judgement If not by law, such For CongressWASHINGTON tbree.year contracts betweenthe ,..,.110" it mech.nic. At 45-Trailers For Rent commitmtnt' Your

research and education on vacations continues, and so does as: compassdistress flares.ex- union and the Big Three au. mirelil lint 'I I yn 4 r.iid.ntill tiprlnc* Inalalla-4 com: u ._ ... CO"quity, ,.In.... tmtlltr c........'haute.. ..or.OW"vtptymtnt
smoking." the practice of closing down so tra can of fuel. tool kit, fenders (CAP) *resl. tomakers all expire Aug. 31, son; Cucellent uliry Ml tit, ,u.,".,, .. w....It WIt". wtlk' ''. on this fine rmdtnetChirltt .
a wtek Spicil
ButTerry testified that the that everyone takes them all at flashlight first aid kit. paddle dent Johnson's call to Congressto The UAW has not announced 3 do?. Rock Crtik Triilir. PtrkiMll dty Co 4lh'. Avt Retltor S. Ml Thi I..1111.58Lots Nell.

Department of Health, Educa. ,once. The total of Idle produc. line and inchor.Boats co on a slx
tlon and Welfare believes that I lion days may be greater. But like all other carriers. until next month's Republican UAW President Walter P. m..1)0: p"' 4lpm. to I
more legislation Is needed to I because of the business upswing national Convention brought an. Reuther has Indicated them. in p m ttmpl"inter Cileterle 48-Apts. For Rent for Sale

give the FTC authority to reg. some fry protests today from GOP broad terms. T
: companies are trying 13-Salei Wanted Effie or FOllY HO.oL Lot2? Gal
ulate cigarette advertising. ,divided vacations a week In Veterans UrgedTo House leaders."It Ford In lila speech said that Help Month: '"C'I'.tlo'l.'oT'ti. Ml 'laan Orivi C )r Sail' a, T....

And he added that the regula. July, another at Christmas ort Just Isn't fair play," said from "what we read" It ap. !QRtATElT PANT OR FULL 11)0? .or MI MlitSibil Naud Write 0 0...I...Werhrl.COM lilt Pass
Discover What TIME OPPORTUNITY IN "NAPLES 0.,.. I.,.. lu"II" offi.Ciancy. .
tlon should Leader Charles A
of cigarette labeling ,a some date when the backlog Republican peared that management Is to I tarn Iftl 00 and A" c.nd. Il.nacaItApi.
not bf In FTC hands at all, 1 of unfilled orders Islesslmpres.slve. I Have Halleck of Indiana. fare union demands that are 1 more weekly; u'.o',: the ttirtnrvlng .. MI S hal a, MI '."12. 39-Acreage
but rather under the FDA. ComingST. "This looks like an attempt by "out of touch with reality" : Watkins product with cuitom.nhounhold Goodtouiiliitplng Shore; Apt.YIA" DIITftfISM' _Owner nndtmoneyl

Mrs. Neuberger expressed The auto changeovers this PETERSBURGThe Veterans the President of the United' Reuther has set a 4.' per cent I Ouirtntto. Full HOUND LIVING 10 tcrtt SIlO ton)
fears that the decision of the States to the annual Increase ir part limo mm or wommiiedid Collier .
summer are complicated by re. Administration's nonser- sabotage Pepubll.' as a minimum : Madam ont bedroom and ifficitncy price County It. I Ct
tt Set
once awnour.
welfare department to seek new ports that models revisions will vice-connected: disability Is not can convention," commented I economic goal for his union, but P,' No InvosloonI.your Write C sable, ,...Aptt Monthly. furmihid or TV 1/10 till If Ml DIM. Opus Sundiyt
legislation result In no Melvin Laird of Wlscon. I has not broken R. Ruble. Dept JI. P O. Usa
might be more extensive than In Rep. R. this down. The Ml t 44it Kelly ",. and
rich .
a get scheme according to I No 1447, Memphis. Tennoiiiotl For trtiler' or homit' -- over
regulation of at all. sin chairman of the COP Pitt I union has called *.rect Ave l/ltf
cigarettes for
years. But even more unsettlingIs officials but It Is good sound more lib. 1 .14 I ten trictt IMj ten -- I tentnett
"It would be tragic," Mrs. the labor negotiations to form Committee. I eral pensions, a shorter work TENANTS WANTED with tltctrlclty and
soon business for the On. bot,,,,. furnithed SrI roads Olhtr
sense veteranto one big' tcrtigt tracts
said "If The committee starts Its .... 1 week 1 Available
Neuberger regulationsso and 16-Help
start. Because of this, produc. wages, Ave South Call Tommy Kohoo. 120 dn 120 per mo and up
significant to the health of ,lion right now is probably high. find out what he has coming lions in San Francisco July 6, Ml 1 IMI or 1-1111. Coil,., County Rill III.... Ml
from the VA before he l iwl"1 madllinai' repaired I"'ou' l/l/WFStf t IMt Open IU"d.,*.
Americans should fall victim actually one week before the convention COLD PLACE :
I er than it would otherwise be, r hamo. M'' 5 2105 1111.4' llllfwlhtH
a petty jurlsdl< tonal dispute." and the chances of strike needs It. opens. Many members of Con.' ST. PHlRSnURO i iIt EMPLOYMENT Lovely .co"d".ad" elflclency -
a Fla. AP) SEEKING 'N" "Ntplot' Suittblt I tdultIM ecre rlicli. 1100 dn and
Another witness, Rep. Horace 4 cl3Jl< the late summer pros It Is surprising that veterans Cress are on the committee. win only natural hit Mia. I IN NAPLES AREA BY Mo aarly.MISISISII.U It 00 par mo no 1"1.'.... |)W
R. Kornegay a Democratic I pects. will delay calling their veteran Many others want to air their' Wyoming Mm Murgiret Minks son .or Ml fl/ll. >/tl.tfLovily City Otis mile Collier, from Ooldn Oil
County Neal EN
member of the committee who county service officer for views before It. nf Dig Piney. Wyo, hould win 1 ...,.'", .pt. .IIt 'y .....k tilt Ml till!. Open Sunday.
YOUNG MARRIED MANN 0' .nolh MI' I"'. 1/".It
comes from tobacc o growing Republicans had counted on tflHfothtTrul
months even though their visit the "Id *aicr' 'laundering.
North Carolina, said the tobac. ElectedTo the House being In recess the' I VARIOUS PHASES OF Apt. I bodrm Fur. Fronttgt. HO a front
Negro Involves benefit checks which in the M,". Amenta: competition. nttr b. ch ft ihnppins Vetrlyor foot Stwmn "Naples' and Mir
co Industry had been convicted entire week starting July 6, with BUSINESS AMBITIOUSAND monthly I 3040 0/IHf c. "island' Turnoff Collier Co
over the years will amount to t II'f Pincy with cool summerssod __
by the Pbullc Health Service on City CouncilOf the Senate holding only token WILLING TO LEARN Houtt and anti it tummtrrtlti Kill E..I. Ml f Mil Open
thousands of the irmrriily' old
insufficient evidence" In Its many dollars sessions. < winter. I. Ml 1 3HI _111.tII1Q Sundays I/J.w.
VA IIId. I perennial contender for the ANY NEW FIELD THAT -- For trtiltr hometit
report on smoking and health Petersburg Va. The recess outlook has' IM |IM or over
M.T Dlxon director of the till "lh nation'. I Icehon." SHOWS POTENTIAL. Furn I bdrm. tptt. tlliciinciot I acre trictt IH icre I tcrttrictt
last January. PETERSBURG Va. AP dimmed because of Johnson's TV Air Cod 741 4thAv with electricity' tndreidt
Korengay asked the commit ( Florida Department of Veterans reported Insistence that Con. WOULD CONSIDER A So Ml I4>ll Iii IfFurnuhed Other big teri.g. trictt.

tee not to "condemn thousands ]Petersburg voters have elected Affairs said that most veterans Cress enact the civil rights bill PUBLIC NOTICIllfy MANAGEMENT PCS I. I bedroom ....... Collier 170 dn County|20 per Niil mo Ciltlo end up Ml i
a I Negro, John H. Owens, to the mint .
of our people to squalor" by City Council for the first timen do plan ahead and most and start action on his antlpov.' NOTe 0' I.TtNTION' TO ThOM ALSO. WE ARE FINANCIALLY and biih.living Ml' 1 Mil room l/70tf kitchon llldfwthsch} JM Open Sundiyt

destroying the tobacco Industry I 100 will call at the nearest veterans. erty program before the conven. l'lEOIITl"' FICTITIOUS. NAMI VERY STA. 'II......'" furnithtd tf..,tnc, '
Mrs. however nearly years tlon. .T,,. ',.dn.5n.d, do.. "..lIy cor. apt N* pttt er children. Ml acre ".C,.. ll 00 dn. and
Neuberger, received office prior to the time t that I tm conducting 5 bolt BLE BONDABLE AND t Iliy or Ml 1 itll 4ltfi It 00 per ma no Inttrett 1 1 JO
told the committee "We hav Owens 1,724 votes of their actual retirement The President said at a news neal, end "sal"'...".. lIu.'"*" ., DCDROOM UNFURNIIHEDAPT One mile from Oolden Ott*
to weigh human life and Its Tuesday for one of the three at age ,conference Tuesday he.wants :'1..1.... Floridi. under the fictitiout EXCELLENT REFERENCES QREEN ACMES Ml City Collier County Reel Et-
65 to set things up. However come of Morn toil Workt ...dIII. > fH4 1/11.1' till Ml. Mill. Open Sunday
economic value against the val. seats' open on the council In a Congress to work longer and' t .' laid firm It cempotod of the WRITE COLLIER t/mfwtht
runoff election. those who delay are delaying following pertont whott nimn and COUNTY NEWS BOX
ue of a single Industry act on about 30 "desirable" I
future checks and plictt ol ,.dencet in it folfewt 49-Houses For Rent ACREAGE;
may In dan- I proposals before adjournment I ger ot losing some benefits to He weiuii MV* raipiii 141000
prodded the legislators to ATTRACTIVE Parn.5 bdrm
40 acr.w-.N.ar
Ownirth'p of Morrlt ioel' Wore Penny Morgan Sig Cyprttt
which they could already be en- give his proposals their "full at. .. II followl -floom 1 btth- Close horn 'In with- Floridt Adultsonly. Golf I Courto izs.ond

titled.A tentlon six days a week until SAM MORRIS' JR Owner IM% Your\ Private Secretary has Neisoosbis' t. rlht party.Ml 40 tent; Nit r propottdrdiii
It I / loll' Rd I4.
my initntion tt pply to the I 0035 | 000S
wise move Is for the veteran the Republican convention" and dire of Court In end for Collier 10.1 l her office for the 574.31VINY 5 .c.IUNIIT
then return to County Floride to ,....", the indneme ROOMY 4 III S 5.10.anfurnisbad tiTans | .000r
call after the
1 to two or three months of M.rr't Coot Wtrki U"..., Will re- howe on I.,|. lot APPOINTMENT, PLEAIt
before he could possibly start Convention the provitiont of Chepter: tOIII. Laos lummer pen in Flits ft,df t Eny| .Ib...
a Leaden of Floridt, Actt of INI room in this buuty lutt '5.d500aI.d Set
had planned to seek SEPTEMBER FIRST Niple South end Model,
receiving benefits he said Wit".. hand. ,
my thit SIN diy of ind available it nly Home on diipl.yAttocltttt.
talk his final adjournment before the Junt. H4. lilt SIizviiiiiiit (IM/mo Conttct William I
with the
case over pro- Democratic convention In t""" MOIIII'',. J" i .".. ., noo...... Inn* Iii H TMII" |, Ito '
per authorities He will then be Atlantic opens June 10 IF H July, I. less slOtLIQAL thing" pot t'on In the vicln tyof Ml II73S i/hOst Lucille, OtIs Virgil:,| Mtreum
: given an estimate of hU benefits City Aug. 24. Ntpit Merried I WO ,iOOZrlttntly .. Two lid,,,,. hout. "FOB SALB Bob JaegerDEWEY
Johnson Hated these matters tmployed .* Chlif Atteunlmt 0* RENT Ont block from

The conditions under which the as among those he wants Con. IN THE COUNT "NOTICE JU04E COURT Corporttion for All.nit Mtnufltluring 1',,,..... school 1111 Frond.. Avt tlOflgliy POLLY

veteran will receive monthly (teas to act on, IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, .... ttptr.met ,in Cor,.,.. : ** po' "* Ml I" )0011Hou. REALTY

I checks will also be explained. In Mass transportation, wilder. IN FLORIDA PROSATE' fun pl.vm.nl tccounting Include; prtvloul! Trevelingtvd tm ., two hero. I btlh, com.

some cases after he has these ness preservation, area redevel.op ItlTA"'TOIlt"' III ,lor for line *f Florid olMily furnithod Call t IIM Corner of lit A".. Uo 4
IN Timliml
RE: OF 5/73,35 Trill
Ch,if Accuntmt for U I Oov
LTi! facts, a veteran's final retirement merit, educatIon assistance, JOHN PORTUNADECEASED .,""' .... in Iciltnd Wrrtt P 0. For-rtnt--*r 'i'e--fw* btd- Ml t 4390

plan can be thought out and Securities Act amendments, wa. TO ALL CREDITORS AND lei II). Napios.' Florid room Hout. on ttntl '10 I4ih Quick dill 10 icrtt. III per
ter pollution control foreign PERSONS ALL 'alit :iUOUt0. S.. your broktrHouio -a'. Collier County Reol. EttiltJMI .
a future retirement schedule can DEMANDS HAVING CLAIMS OR. EH' ,cmt H,gh School anduIII .' / :.. 2 SIll. Opus Sunday..
aid federal AGAINsT AID CS .
be aid for hospital 'Arc- 'NIEDS" poiitioa t* leer for rent J bdrm I U/7.wstf
actually up. construction extension of the Tow end nth" of l't liry Ml t MM S/lilt bull unfurnlihed Yearly t>
-- food stamp program pay In.cr..e. ..*4if ed end ,require you:lo preitnt my Weuld I I ii. '* oo typing' et "..A?*"'w. AuusI' 'it F.Vi
: claims and dtmtndt which you. orothtr hem Joel Qnflilh, MI 1 4MI Ml 5540| 5/11,10 62-Butinen Property
ic&ti-1 for government officialsand of you my hlvt tgilntl I 5/21.50 I. blond.. I bashfuroinhed
IS) Steal 41 Rifles, employees. th. slid Efltli of John Firtunt. D* hem oar...I Clone in Trill Pr.Sua. |20 e front
,. ; *....... to the "_, ,.. S
Extension of debt .111. IIcll. C Sale blocks f>tm beech Adults foot Between Ntplet aid MaCe *
the limit
... ., 23-Mnc.
.. Ammo At ArmoryIn .t. Ceunly Judge of Collier T. ft.asonsble .. "."S" party.iLMJL Island Twrnoff Collier Col
and emergency excise tax., County Florid and Ml the .."' Rl Ell ill. Ml 1311. Ope iSundiyt
Iff Hi* offc it tOo County Court GOING OUT OF
l Sodloam
rooua .
'u..llad TV
Mississippi the international coffee agree.mint f***. l.. Etit Niple. Cellior C...... Cabla .,.11.11''.. MuSe ...1.. 4/3.w.|
aid for Mfhwsy Construe ly Floridt, within tn 14) col......' BUSINESSIxCELLCNT MI !..411.. __.uIitIf AT'T&I. ROAD
Miss. AP) Law tlon Interest equalization taxeson month trim the dill of the first CONDITION"' Uadro.nn C C 10 ,ANCEng
COLLINS ( Bublictt., hereof Slid cliimt' 0100 r 'urnish.d' bsiiH.:7n.bbe acre Iracis I'.n' on
I luthorltles have been alerted to foreign Investments, the an. d."' ...... .. tontein, the legil id or I If Ft Open LI5C FreeierI : Ii riihl' "rt.,. M' :::.'::" Term 150v1.. ; tj
dreet of ,,,,.,,, I/It tt =
and 1,000 medical i islstanre the cl. and to .. FI Glut Front Nod nh'.lO'
ar he then of 41 rifles tlpoverty program, as. 'Fbdun. IIU.1t
worn- to end ....."'ad ee score. ,K doort Sltmlett Iteel furnilhed *r unfufithed ....
rounds of ammunition from a for the elderly, rehabll <..id .ion. with II 0*) for filing of )I' Hid Ft Perlick* Sttmlm, Sltel houte with terport onPLAjSn"1

National Guard armory dere. Itatlon of the Appalachian region cl.._ or WALTER ih* .."'O. will SOROKOTV be II....... 4 0.oo,.Ten Feddere Air C.... : *. Call A.r. ; JiTftIi IURf1wrou1

The In Covlngton housing nurse training Rei,dint
armory, Agmt
UNDERWATER BAlLERINA for the month of C ounty In the southeast portion assistance, Immigration law re. \ATTORNEY SOROKOTV 4 FOR TAYLOR THE cToMERCANTILEMire ROOM COTTAGESLEEPS 'IIDVfflLktNSE

July is Nancy II rheas of Center Hill Florida. rf Mississippi was broken Into visions, land conservation, Juve. EITATE OF *. Florid MI' r ,41Fr I ALL ELECTRIC MITCH .1.
a :L ate Saturday. Guardsmen re. ails delinquency, sales of ;JOHN 41 FORTUNA DECEASED III* Uted ..",.. ....... EN AVAILABLE IY WEEK IMhYCYO i V.TII
She is shown here dancing under water at } CENTRAL AVENUf. .. OR MONTH IN "NORTH' CAROLIN .
10i'J sheriff's food abroad and water i NA LIa. New mattresS end 0. *prw>f 8TH cI
nortexj the theft to the surplus FLORIDA Call Ml, I40II .J{.. MM FT, ILSYATION.CALL L ,
da's Week! Wachee Springs. c rfflce.. resources research. ;J::*_.10. II, H. July I. |*M Ills diN CHEAP fl24 MIAM7. l/lttf j jr1

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