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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1964 10 PAGES q.i'

Around Many Renting IllegallySpingler

.i The or MFi 0.' 4 Mj Spells Out


ROME (AP) Italy's Chris. ,
tlan Democrat: party called today
for another centerJeft coalition ebe eMa e

of to premier replace the Aldo government Moro. F __ a Law On Guest Houses

that ell five days aeo.
This appeared to smooth the a Ie /a {
t1 (
way toward a solution of the "
of his car and check It out,
started out
Ing. "It's time we living
government crisis. The other Se.sonal rental of unlicensed\ City 01,11"II i 'hi': itlng reri
parties of the coalition-the Socialists L \ "guest houses" violates state tal of guest 'i''M"- MI land .."". up to our ordinances. ," Spingler Spingler Realtors said.should tell clients of

Democratic Socialists laws and 'Ity ordinances, Clt; ed for slivle. >m use, Sing remarked guest-house rental or.
\ commission's in.spector the City's
and Republicans-already have 1. 'f Attorney David Splnrlfftold Mul.Upl. ler pointed o,it. The hotel While finance and of the state licens.
for this areaS.N.
come out for another center. Listing Service realtors at A fairly new sli in 1 1111 the legal "so their
sates t.1ll.1w.
lives In Naples the attorneynoted Ing and ,
left Cabln with Christian i breakfast meeting this morn. web that entanviet I owners of ren. now law "
Democrat ".oro as premier.The lug at Baronl's. tal units, the ttlrl1funtelt, Is and he Is prepared to enforce ejes will be wide opentothe ,
to the the attorney
Christian Democrats did : Under an act passed by the 1963 the requirement tint\ sales Ux the laws applying 'Guest realtors expressed the
not say whether they want Moro Legislature, Florida Hotel and be paid on all leaser of one year FIIHC. "Ir. he sees a with
that vacationers mo.
he will get opinion
back as premier. A statement Restaurant Commission jurisdiction or less. This law went Into fr.( House for Rent' sign, deal incomes will not be able to

by the party blamed the Social \ was extended to all rental feet July 1, 1903, and applies stay In Naples during the season
tsts for the crisis.MOSCOW 1 s'h units which are rented to tran. whether the tenant is ,i mint) if guest houses can't be rent d.

a droltj Tr sients, Spingler said license\ resident or not. AtlasCentaurFails Mrs. John Bjram said. that. apart.
(AP-The Soviet must be secured from the FHRC Leases which are roi''t 1Union'\ chief spokesman at the for each such unit. leases entered Into belt.* Jul> rate during the winter, "and

Geneva disarmament talks says the state convention with a lion's Many Naples residents weren't 1, 1963, are not subject tl\<\ this To Orbit many people can't afford to pay
t NAPLES JAYCEES returned from
1963 law until a sales tax requirement 51"11'1>
Red China wants Its own nu. aware of the dally rates."Rented' guest houses
v clear weapons because Peking; share of awards then continued their winning ways at the National FHRC district supervisor ex. said. To avoid having: to' :ill\Is 1 CAPE KENNEL, Fla. ) generally have been rl'l1tpdbythp
knows it can't always count on Convention held in Dallas, Tex., bringing home three awards by the plained It at the June IT City quarterly sales tax returnsmi' '' Premature I shutdown o\1\ J season
Soviet nuclear support United States Junior Chamber of Commerce Marvin Cecil at left, Council meeting Transients ers or leasing.gent'lhmll,1 nuke .ond.Ktage engine prevented a
4 Writing in the government displays a first place division award for a health and safety program defined as persons who are not their leases a year and a r"< high!:' energy AtUi-Ceiitiur space
newspaper Izvestla, Deputy sponsored locally. In the center is Bob McDaniel, displaying a fourth residents of the county In which In length, the attorney augges. rocket from hurling\ second Johnson Says
Foreign Minister Valerian A. In competition with the rental unit Is located,and who I ted. stage into orbit today.
national award for over-all won
I llttle-no. place program intend to \live there six monthsor have teeth In could furl
Zorln singled out a All these laws The failure UI' it SearchFor
tIced Soviet statement of last over 1,500 Jaycee units In the United States. At right is Bill Longshore less. them,splnrler said. Violation ol f lay devebpmtwt of Atlas\ Cen. Step Up

Ii, Sept. 21, displaying a third place national division award won by the local Rental units now under FHRC any of them Is I misdemeanor, taur problem child of 15.3.

The statement said the Chi. Jaycee publication. (NEWS photo) authority, Spingler spelled out, with maximum fine and sentence, rocketry. Missing Trio
t nese would want their own nuclear Include guest houses, trailer of $300 or 90 days In jail. If an I Tht rocket Is being duvolopod
weapons if they Intendedto camps, rooms In a house, cot. owner rents a guest house after, to launch UIIIII,1O'\1\ project PHILADELPHIA' Moss (AP).,
pursue policies "which the Floating Oil Rig Juveniles Warned Pilotless Jet Cages, hotels and cooperative or a mandatory injunction against: survr.) Socialist camp cannot supportby condominium apartment build. such rental has been signed by next year: to make measure right: workers who ranlshed
Its military force." Their Whole Life ings if even one unit In the building a judge, the owner can bti found: ments aunt to scout possible astronaut nine 'days\ ago was ilei'pwt tin

Zorln's article was Interpret. Explodes In Gulf, Depends On RecordA Crashes Home Is sublet to a transient In contempt. landing areas. The fall tti ed In Western quarters as an. The ordinance prohibiting ren., ure wan the second In three dent Johnson

other veiled warning to the Chi. 2 Known Dead wrong step by a juvenile Killing Two ALSO COVERED tal of guest houses on resldmt., test launchings for the vehicle. The MtxilsKlppl. Illrhwai ...1.
nese to avoid a major explosion can thwart Ms plans for higher Main houses, If rented by the tlal property has not boon enforced Dut (ho National: Aernaullcsand trol also mid It < ii,n i\ it wan
in Southeast Asia. education or military service, owners who live In a guest houseon In the more than 10 )'ftaralt Space Adminfet Bat >n In this r"I.I'.Ihili i \ '" 'nut, rv of
MORGAN CITY, La. (AP- HAVERHILL, Mass. (AP) -' the property also are sub. "We real, claimed of
Judge Richard M. Stanley tolda has been on the books some measure sue. east entral Mlssl siin| |' to stay
HONG KONG (AP) Hone A floating oil rig exploded and 16.year.old boy Monday in Ju. A silent and pllotless jet fighter Jed to licensing, the attorney ly hope to start enforcing this ce. for today's mission whon until authoiltltts rim") 'iirt what
sank In the Gulf of Mexico 40 venUe lashed Into a sleeping neighbor. added. ordinance the told the two > obJn-'\\v n wore
Kong goes back on normal water > Court. attorney major) hljveiiecl! t<) the mlsntnr' trio.
rations Wednesday after 13 miles southwest of here early Colleges and the armed forces hood early today, brushing half But if the owner of a guesthouse realtors, "and It's up toyou realtors achieved.( Tine only duct to the turning
months"of two buckets dally per today. make it a habit to check thell'pl'OlpIctl' a dozen homes and a doren ears holds a FHRC \license for to help us out." J ? These wore ejection of second.,aUaiNMrai|.| *.* was the Minting
person. *r the Coast Guard .ad! two juvenile records ind before exploding Into a house at.'1* fust, house,the license te''., He explained. that the ordinance, itff,4 MuUtinn panels and the;'JaW Tus Normal water rations In Hong bodies had been recovered. a single blot on the record may the end of the street, killing two;; pMma fade evidence that the Is intended to protect the qualityof restart of IhoCtintiurip.ca en." .' tif j1. JiUHoit; W.IROII/ Kong are eight hours supply a Thirteen other persons aboardthe be the difference between accep. children. owner is violating a 10.year.old single-family residential un. glne boost pump. l h>' tie throe youths,
10 and his sis.
Todd Gifford
rig were missing ,
day. During the worst of the tance and rejection, the judge
A Coast Guard helicopter was aid. ter, Pamela, 8, perished when r
British colony's record drought,
flying 27 survivors to Morgan they were trapped In their wn.
The 18-year-old was charged
residents were restricted to our and burned to Tshombe's 'Back In Town1Congo's
City. story ranch house
hours supply every four days.A with siphoning 13 gallons of gas.
typhoon last month broke First reports on the explosionwere ollne from cars In the 10th Avenue death.
Their parents, Mr and Mrs.
the drought with more than 10 sketchy. South and fishing pier area
Inches of rain.LONDON A Coast Guard spokesman In earlier this month. Hi used a Earl H. Gifford, escaped practically "I
New Orleans said ownership of 'car in the commission of the unhurt. Adoula
the rig had not been determined.At crime, the judge noted, so the The pilot of the MassachusettsAir ResignsLEOPOLDVILLE
(AP-Three thou. least 42 men were on board boy's driving privileges were National Guard F86, Capt.D. .
sand television employes decld.ed the drilling rig. suspended for 60 days. The youth F. Sullivan of Boston, ejected
to strike at midnight against The gulf offshore from Loulsl. also was placed on probation,the from the crippled jet and para
Britain's commercial television ana Is dotted with the giant of which include 6 chuted into the nearby Merri the Congo cept Joseph Ngilmula, who supplanted the Orat avllle iommllte was that, |pluh.1hly, will result" li a
network. drilling structures. They are terms p.m. mack River. (AP)-Premier Cyrllle Adoula him In South Kami. "prciiared to back all my si., new central government,

The producers, directors, towed from one drilling site to curfew.Another 16-year-old, who tooka He was rescued by a CoastGuard resigned today as the Congo Tshomhe said he also has doss, without putting forward The U.N. ended! tic military
marked the fourth anniversaryof An. conditions" rule In the former 01.
floor managers and engineers another. helicopter.The been promised support by Belgian "
L-30 swim in the Naples
want more money. The union is Some rigs have living quar. crash started a three Its Independence and the last dre Lubayj, former provlmt.I If Tshombe OilY 1'Hl.iv for lack of money,
Yacht Club swimming pool, was sue conic In his
asking for a 25 per cent in tern aboard for the personnel. declared delinquent child.Judge alarm fire that damaged s.v. U.N. troops left the country, president of Kasal. Lubaya was teace, .making role, he Is given There were no i- rjilcs 01 ,'ere.monies .
crease in wages that range Others have crew boats tied Stanley withheld commitment of era! other homes. President Joseph Kasavubu sent across the Congo River a good\ chant to succeed Adoula to mark either the de.
announced he had acceptedAdoula's from Braz/avllle by exiled! ex.tremlM part ure of the U.N.
troops or
from $42 to $168 a week. up alongside. It was not determined the boy to Okeechobae School for He whoso regime had been doomed,I ,
resignation saida olltlrlans who all the l/dl'l"'llIlell.'e
| anniversary.
what was the cause with provided he observes all i P by his failure to stem the rlslnr
the rig which exploded today. Boys, Grim PredictionFor new government would be themselves the National Lllwratlon tide A rt
conditions of a probation. The of tribal war and rebellionIn
SAIGON, South Viet Nam formed In a few days. Committee" and have been took oil with '>8 members of a
(AP) Communist guerrillasshot youth had a previous juvenile The 'Fourth'TALLAHASSEE There was widespread expec. trying to overthrow the Leopold, the eastern end southwest Canadian; irmy slRnal unit, A
Princess last Congo.
Swedish record. "This Is about the
down a U.S. Army hellcop. tatlon that the new government vllle regime of Premier vrllle [few minutes talon a ':bartered
ter in South Viet Nam's north. Marries Briton chance you'll get, the judge (AP) Six. would! b* headed by Molse Adoula A national referendum Is under DCS left will 8"! men of the Nl.gerlan .

ern mountains today killing an warned. teen persons will be killed on Tshombe, the secessionist whose Tshomlie laid Lubaj) told him wa] on a new 'onstitutlon arm] ''s 1st Rallallon.p .
American pilot and his U.S. GAERDSLOESA, Sweden A 15-year-old girl, run off by F'orlda! roads during the July defiance of Adoula's governmentwas
gunner. (\P) Princess M' jretha, her guT4oting father and beaten 4 weekend the Florida Highway ended by the U.N Congo
It was the third American 30, of Sweden was nun led to by her mother, was declared Patrol predicts force early In 1963.Tshombe .
helicopter crash In the past five British businessman John Am. dependent child. Guardianship of Fifteen persons died during returned last week
days with a total loss of eight bier, 40. today on the Baltic the girl was formally placed with the same holiday period last from self.lmposed exile in
Americans. Isle of Oeland. her aunt and uncle by the judge. year. Europe and embarked! on a re.

conciliation mission to bring together .
the still turbulent Afrl'an

New Construction Everywhere country's feuding "politicians. p
The former president of Ka.
tangs Province announced Mon
I day night that Antoine Gtzenga, ,1

Naples Cracking At The Seams head of Stanleyville's 1961
See Page 6g Communist supported breakaway ,

government, will be freed
soon from the Island Arisen
where he has been held for2'sears. '

1 ,r' ni With Glzenga's return, all\ surviving .
political leaders a tl
e outset of the Congo's II deper '
-WrZM en :e will be back In' the rjiltl
sal< arena,
t. 1. Glum 'Ialm.d to be Patr.
Lumumba's successor whet >
set up Ills regime In the irt1!
east Coafter, Lumumtia, it!

Congo's first premier, was mi
:i:. :: dared In Katanga

:_ t Also i* K 1 In the nature is .
bert Kalonil, self.itMed gno.e' :
peror of Couth Nasal Proit, .
who ame out of exile the ?

after Tshombe returned t. ;
: .
Congo, rftt
Kal ,|Ii l said he was ,uinreian Ar
lie with allude\ ) i

Weather Bureau i
Says Squall Is

-- No Big ThingMIAMI

GROUNDBREAKING ceremonies were held yesterday at the First.

National Bank of Naples marking the beginning of construction on ,\AP) A squall

FNB Breaks a new addition which will add 5,400 square feet to the present bankat winds gusting 40 milts an h
sept Monday night tan :
a cost of about 200.000.. F B. Schreck Is the contractor on the easterly wave traveled I I.

project. Construction is exp .cted to be finished in about six months, ward through the Caribbean
Ground For but will not interfere with bank operations during the period of con The Weather Bureau at .

struction, Bank President E. L. Turner said. A number of county and ami said winds diminished ell

New Addition city officials, as well as directors officers and employees of the bank today to highs of 2S t< 33 MF

participated in the groundbreaking ceremony. Left to right : City Forecasters said the eatter.j.
wave has weaken consldei I
Councilman Francis Ford: Director Ioy llilberg ; Councilman Goodloe ly and hardly merits notice A_ -
McDowell Bank K I. Turner : Naples Mayor Archie Turner;
Hurricane hunter planes wt. 1
,FINISHED Naples community center building is
Board State Representative and Bank Director NEARLY topic ofconvemition ;
Campeau photo) Chairman Roy F Ingram Investigated the squall line ova Naples Archie Turner left
FJremerman. and Director between mayor ( ); City Man.
James L Walker Director Hugh : the weekend did not plan another
Don Q Wynn, trip. alter Vlnce Wood, and Fred Alander (NEWS photo)


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Red'Chii ese DangerIs J

I Lodge Doesn't See UnderestimatedWASHINGTON II

Viet Nam As IssueWASHINGTON (AP) There sues involved and the result

li less Red< China war talk Inside obtained In the gradual lower.
the administration than log of temperatures between the

(AP) Henry Itldans make It one or not. Hap. there Is outside. Soviet Union and the United

Cabot Lodge, expanding on his plly, I see no prospect of any This Is causing a certain pub States or, more broadly, the
view that he doesn't see how disaster.Q. lie confusion because the warn. Western allies and the Soviet

U.S. policy in the Viet Nam war How do you propose to ings of possible major conflict
could become a campaign issue, overcome Senator Goldwater's In the Far East are not sup bloc.The results on which he relies
says "I dont see how It gets long lead for the nomination? ported by Information on when, for evidence of achievement by
votes how you can make It And why did you wait so long where and under what circum his peace policy and that of the
a good Issue." to come home to enter the cam. stances the conflict might be late President John F. Kennedy
He adds< palgn? Include the year-old treaty put.
'If you have a disaster In for A. That's two questions. With gin.There is a greater danger ting a limited ban on nuclear

elm relations then that be respect to the first one, I'm not than home-front misunderstand. weapons tests, the Washington
comes an issue whether the pol sure he has such a long lead. I ing, however, because the Com Moscow hot line, the nearly
ttlclans make it one or not. Hap. remember when The AP gave munlst leaders in China and completed removal of Soviet
plly I see no prospect of any Senator Taft a long lead over 4 North Viet Nam may them. troops from Cuba and the new
disaster" General Eisenhower in 1952. selves misread the warnings U.S..Sovlet consular convention.
Lodge, who resigned after 10 You can't take the delegate which President Johnson and In Southeast Asia, however,
months as ambassador to South pledges at face value. his associates are trying to send there is no peace and In fact
Viet Nam, rturned Monday to (The current AP survey of them. For them particularly the Chinese faction of the Com.
help Pennsylvania Gov. William GOP convention delegates lists the central question is whether munlst movement is on the
W. Scranton In his campaign for 693 first ballot votes for Sen. they believe what they are being march.
the presidential Barry Goldwater of Arizona
Republican -
(NEA Telephoto)
nomination. 38 more than the 855 needed for told.The administration is dealing
President Johnson met with nomination U they stick with SAILORS JOIN SEARCH-Sailors from the Meridian Naval Air Station are In the Philadelphia, Miss, area hunting for with a fine line between blunt.
the retiring ambassador at the him. Of these, 118 are fromprtmary traces of three civil rights workers who are missing. In the photo the sailors move back so car can pass on a narrow road, ness and bluster in its effortsto

White House, then went .before election. .: commitments! get Its message through to Typhoon WinnieParalyzes
newsmen with Lodge at ni* side ;Z37: from delegates instructedby t the Red Chinese leaders whose
to express public thanks for his state or district GOP con.ti actions in the months ahead Manila,
services in Saigon.In ventlons, 82 personally pledged i
could well the
very bring on
replying to questions sub and 256 who favor him. The survey Youth Influenced by Parental Puffing Casualties Mount

mltted to him by Wes Gal. shows 138 for Scrantonnone war.The difficulty with which
lagher general manager of The ,of them bound to him.) Johnson and his associates are MANILA, Philippines (AP)-
Associated Press, Lodge said"things The second question, why didI Typhoon Winnie paralyzed this
handicapped is that in this sum.
In Viet Nam started togo wait, Is really the question of city of two million people to.
mer presidential politics
better and< I felt it was my what made me come home ear. day. At least seven persons
Parent. there is if not at
seem to play a large a potential,
drowned. Scores
duty to be here" to help Scran. ly? I was not waiting, nor was ready existing, conflict betweenJohnson' were reported
'part In Influencing teen-agers more were injured.
I intending to come home this .
ton.The 'to begin foreign policy needs The storm's winds of up to 85
questions had been askedof early. But I got messages from smoking and his domestic political con.
Lodge in Saigon, but he said friends, people I esteemed, say. Between 40 and 55 per cent of cerns, as seen by people closeto miles an hour tore through pop.
he preferred to defer his replies ing that If I came early it young people have started smoking him. ulous central Luzon Island before *
until his resignation became effective might make a difference In 1 dawn, demolished thousands .
by the 12th grade level The major foreign policy issue *
Monday< Governor Scranton's campaign. say. of shanty homes and left
for Johnson in the forthcom
The questions and Lodge's re. Then things In Viet Nam started ''the recent report to the Surgeon in his Manila without power, light
ing campaign opinion is
plies Included: to go better and I felt my duty I'General of the U.S ; f "peace." By this the Presidentand newspapers and public trans

Q. Governor Scranton disagrees was to be here The report Indicates that there nil advisers mean the Is port aton.
with you that the war In Q. Did the message come Unofficial reports said sevenpersons
I are
substantially more
South Viet Nam should not be from Governor Scranton and drowned( In swirling
an issue In the campaign. Now friends of his? I'smokers among those boys and flood waters In tt.e Manila area.

that you are supporting him, A. No, they came from per. I I girls whose parents smokers Youth Counselor ;The communications blackout
how do you expect to resolve sons Interested in me who want. I than among those whose mothers delayed word of casualties and

this difference? ed to see me do the right thing (and fathers do not smoke. damage in the provinces.
A. I have not said it should in this campaign Accuses King, [ Rains continued but winds '
not be I an issue. I have said I Q. There has been much The reasons for this vary from had subsided by late Tuesday
don't see how it could be. I don't speculation in the United States'the availability of clgarets to the Warrants morning as Winnie moved over
see how it eels vote -how you about the possibility of strikingInto
can make it a good issue. North Viet Nam and pos.slbly ,similarities between parent and< 1 China mainland.
If you have a disaster in for China. Do you favor such T1t ST. AUGUSTINE Fla. (AP) The Weather Bureau said the
offspring The fact that
elgn relations, then that be. strategy? smoking The racial controversy in St. conies an issue whether the pol A. The answer to that question tends to Increase with age- Augustine took a new turn whena i Manila. The winds tore off
gets into classified infor. regardless of parents' habits Juvenile counselor charged I roofing, knocked down stone
motion, -would seem to Indicate there L A\JL Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and i and brick walls and< uprooted
other leaders of the Integration I huge trees.
PET DOCTOR more par.ntallntluence over 'the movement with contributing to Hundreds of cars and buses

Military Credits age at which children begin to the delinquency of minors. were stalled in flooded streets.
By A W Moll.r, D.V.M. smoke than over the actual Warrants signed by Fred Telephone poles were knocked
The surgeon general's report on smoking Indicates that children of parents who smoke are
Can Be Used For smoking Itself. to Brlnkhoff Monday named King; down and news services
start the
The increase of smoking with more likely habit Or. R. B. Haying, a Negro den. 1 blacked out. Radio stations
Social SecurityST. tlst; the Rev. John Gibson, and were silenced when their trans.
age, even among those young status" and the "sO<'labIUty" by other teens, and It Is the "smoker personality" has been J. S. Jackson. mining towers were blown

PETERSBURG, Fla. I people whose parents abstain, factor-are questioned< by the' desire for acceptance which established. No scientific evl- The four were charged with down.

Melvin T. Dixon, director of points to outside factors which Surgeon General's report. It Is causes the boy or girl to begin dence has proved the popular using minors who were wards of Manila International Airport's

the Florida Department of Ve< affect the teee-ager more than reasonable to assume that all smoking. theory that smoking Is a rebel- the Juvenile court In Integration control tower was unusable,
teran.Affalr, said thts week that marches through the city. (grounding all international and
a IlttleJcnown .sped of the SOcla ',home environment, teens would wish for adulthood, Smoking\ (U basically: a psjchp.,. lion against,authority: JwMhere U.s. Dlst...Judge Bryan Simpson ,domestic flights.'

Security fs the rds4 of mtlitaryi i ;The?)traditional reasonsgiven: : but they de let ail Ntart m fdng, logical and,, ..oclalpbppomeop, (re no,difference In Intelligence. .In Jacksonville was 'rea r The I typhoon pasted 33 miles

credits. by the teenager for beginning Why? The report notes that The report concludes there Is between smokers and non to rule today in a suit by Inte i igratlonlsts southwest of the big U.S. Clark

When a veteran who has had smoking-the "wldh-for-adult smoking may lead to acceptance noone explanation, and no smokers to overturn a gover. Air Force Base north of Manila,
military service between Sep. nor's ban on night marches. I but no damage was reported
tember 16, 1940, and December Among the Issues before Simp. I there. A spokesman said< air.
30, 1956, retires, dies or be. son was a charge or contempt comes disabled, he may receive action against Gov. Farris Bry i shelters.
credit or $160 per month wages NASA Looking Ahead On Space Problemspects ant resulting from his executive
for each month of such military order in the face of an earlier

service. federal ruling revoking a police
This military credit does not ban on night demonstrations.The Smith Resigns;
I automatically appear on the In. CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) of which threaten to bar r After only nine hours in i tends to be addictive." Like integratlonists claimed

Q In school science f.ira11 I Ihave dividual's earnings record and -Five men entered a metal long-term manned space flightsunless i space, astronaut Walter M. heroin, it might prove Insidious. progress In their battle against Henderson New
can be established only at the chamber last summer for a 30. solutions are found. Schlrra suffered from a pooling; To learn more about weight. race discrimination Monday Budget Director
seen experimentt that time a claim Is filed This day stay to test space life support Extensive laboratory work I Is i of blood in the lower legs as a lessness, the School of Aero. when the state put into effect new

cause pain and suffering to ono little known aspect, Dixon said, systems being conducted by NASA to i result of weightless inactivity., space Medicine at Brooks Air and tougher measures to control TALLAHASSEE
moli Do these children reolite of the Social Security Law has On the second day, a sweet, seek answers in the fields of[ Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr., Force Base, Tex., has sent vol. violence. ;Budget Director (AP) State

they ore hurting these helpleaareoturea helped many veterans to become pungent odor filled the cabin. toxicology, psychology, cabin atmosphere ., almost fainted after a 34-hour 1 unteer airmen to bed for periods For the first time in the ,resigned today and Harry G. Smith

? Mn, Mae Roberts entitled to Social Security bene. Within three days all five men food, sanitation and. ( flight, longest for the United I up to four weeks month-long series of demonstrations named i Wallace Henderson the Cabinet
: fits were sick The test was called medical Instrumentation. States to date. Project Gemini late this year officers pushed aside an. succeed him. to
New Pork City. Beginning January 1, 1957, all off on the fifth day. Some answers can be found I I Astronauts bound for Mars or will have a major goal of Inves. gry white segregationists to al. Smith

A I am not on vivisectionist, military personnel were brought Analysis traced the odor to only by sending men into space.other planets may be in space tlgatlng space problems. The low Integratlonists freedom to I but I have itronglllngioboulcouilng under the law and deductions are plastic tubing used In the waste Among the major questions are i I a year or more. After so much first flight will be a five-hour,i demonstrate. ,rector since, March< as 1953.budget Smith dl.
> to animal In the being made from their pay. disposal lystem. Ammonia in effects of prolonged exposure to>I weightlessness, will the sudden mission. The flights gradually The Integrationlsts a few I|began
unnc pain
al tary nhlblti and science loin. e.perime&S .. Veterans and their families the system reacted with the weightlessness, radiation and I I plunge back to earth with resulting will Increase to four days, seven whites among them romped :]February working 1933.Henderson for the state in
should be aware of these pro. plastic to form nitrogen dioxide. isolation. heavy gravity forces destroy days and 14 days. Each space. in the surf at St. Augustine
oleo are corrltd oullodtmontlrat visions. In order to lecelve Other bad< air came from American and Soviet orbital I body systems? Will a ..ud.I .i craft will carry two men for beach, protected by more than Smith's assistantfor
a point that hoi already been these credits, a veteran or his paint, wood resin, bacteria from flights have shown that pilots i I den shower of radiation from a comparative monitoring. 200 officers. j the past seven years, had 11

well established I lobjctttrnuouilyto supervisor must present, at the the water purification system can tolerate space living tor o solar flare fry them millions of On the second night, the pilots Officers stood shoulder to i years Commission.The service with the Budget
rtili use cI onimoli For onoinpl, a Klnc time of filing a claim, proof of and boron used in welding short periods but extended< voy., miles from their home planet?1 will open a hatch and one will shoulder In City Square Monday .
project might deprive onlmoli of military service. The most ac. "Individually, these toxicants ages could be dangerous. Will the absence of gravity in poke his head< Into space, pro. night to provide a protective t the Cabinet appointed him to
vital minerals or certain vllomlni The ceptable proof to present to the would have caused no trouble. the inner ear, man's balancing: tected only by his space suit. corridor for intccrationlst en. $15,500 a year Job upon recommendation *
I of
result will b* drastic and onions but Social Security office Is a dls. But when brought together they mechanism, weaken their abll.> If there are no adverse affects, gaged In the customary night I Bryant who announced Gov. Smith's Farris
will prove nothing that hoi not alrodybn charge certificate or other of. created problems," said Dr. Eu. ity to concentrate or damage on the third flight one astronautwill march to the old slave market. ,

preyed time and time again In tidal documents showing the gene B. Koneccl, chief of bio. Truck Accident their brains? will long isolation step into space on the end As usual, there was a shout. resignation.Smith who said effective
{controlled laboratory .polmonll W* period of military service technology and< human research in cramped quarters affect of a tethered lino to determinehow ing I taunting crowd of whites the
dale of his
:have a right to mpfrlmcnlwMh animals for the National Aeronauticsand Story InaccurateThe them mentally? Will their bones man can function away waiting in the square, but no July<< 1, said resignation he planned would to loaf be
Space Administration.The and heart deteriorate? from his spaceship.This violence. Previously officers
|when H will bonofll' other animals or Before you leave for f a while and then into private .
on a trip, NEWS reported a"headeOncollision" go
chamber was redesigned Astronaut Malcolm Scott Car. procedure must be per. stood by until trouble started.
jbwioflt mankind, but we howe no rightto mark your luggage in a dutmc- I consulting work.
of two trucks early
and< a full SCkUy< five-man test penter termed weightlessness"so fected before astronauts stroll
: conduct prlmnti that will not live wiy. Attach a sturdy identi was completed successfully last Thursday morning at the Naples pleasant, in fact, that It the surface of the moon, help
:Import new linowlodg Animal' .pr|" fiction tag to the handle and April. Shopping Center, which was in .erect structures In space or --..

''mnli ihould b* conducted only under stick a imp of colored tape on "It wa' a start," Koneccl error. In fact, it was only a fen transfer from one space ship to
';the tuparvltlan of trained individuals the outside of the bag That way, said. "But it only proved that der collision, with estimated da. Young Boy Killed another.

':who know the physiology of pain and you can spot your suitcase\ in a we licked the problem in a field mage to each truck about $75. The Air Force is developing =
Hi*psychology of onimoli nalPIANO hurry at an airplane or rail termi environment for 30 days. On fu. Gary Lee Houchin driving a For TrespassingBOYLSTON a laboratory which will keep 5

ture manned space flights of truck belonging to his father, two.man crews in orbit for 30 JXJo; .
: !
Harold Houchin reportedly pull. Mass. (AP) '9w
months or more, we have to days. .
INSTRUCTION consider the toxic properties of ed from a parking spot and a The 12-.aroO\d pitcher of a LIU NASA Is considering space ,

food oils, body odors, body truck driven by Harold E. Wil.llam tie League baseball team was stations which will place as : =t':
Certified Member MTNA ft DMTNA wastes and other things son, belonging to George E. shot to death for trespassing on many as 20 men in orbit for a
Beginners to College Preparatory "We must develop means of Jones, drifted Into the fender an elderly man's property, po. year or more It is also prepare
Downtown Studio mix-up. Both trucks wee head. lice said today. series of satellites the
cleaning these up, or we are going Ing a ,
.-- Ann Weimer Phone Ml 2-3197 to have serious trouble.*' ed In the same general direction Richard Beauregard was first to be launched next year,
Koneccl's warning la applicable No charges were filed by In killed Monday when hit In the to study medical problems on
to nearly every phase of vestlgatlng Officer Gary Young neck with a slug from a 30>30 rats, mice, monkeys, fruit flies

aerospace medicine, some as of the Naples Police Department rifle. wasps, frog eggs, seedlings and
Carl Anderson, 67, a retired

\, [(STOCK CAR RACES)) -- merchant with murder.seaman, was charged other organisms.

COMET NOW- Police said seven boys Includ. Legal Documents
ing Richard and his twin brother .
Every Saturday Nite! Robert were on Anderson's Filed on Sale

DEAL FOR YOU property near the victim's home
... Of Marco Island
8:00 P.M. Anderson had complained< to police
recently about boys tres '
t passing c.i his land, they said. Legal documentsIncluding quit : ..
NAPLES SPEEDWAY THAT BECAME claim deeds, deeds, and a mort. ..1
gage, were filed last week In the
Admission WORLD'SI Little Girl circuit clerk office, covering
$1.50 I the sale of Marco Island holdingsof
Students $1.00 DURABILITY Rides 10 Miles the Collier Interests to the

Children under 12 free CHAMPION On Truck Marco Island Development Cor.
X64 BumperSALT po ration.
AT DAYTON The sale Included about 10,300
( )1
acres of land In
=hrn Township S2;
Milk truck driver Terry
DEMOLITION .tT. was startled when a motorist South, Range 25 East, located
DERBY on the Island and vicinity
frantically flagged him to pull
IMMEDIATE CREDIT EASY TERMS Gross sale price, including
Sun. Nite July S DELIVERY- FAST over. principal and Interest
was re.
Terry stopped, got out, and
of' Last Car on watched as the motorist ran to corded at $7,330,340. A mort.

track wins $50 the back of the truck and lifted gage was recorded In the amount SOLD
$6,530,540, this Including prln. ON SAFETY Pretty Jan Williams of
a girl from her perchon
XLIY COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS, Inc.. the bumper. cipal and Interest over period Pine Mountain Ga., I is all set for a day of boating -

Cheryl Neel was none the of seven years. at nearby Callaway Gardens. She's carrying
worse for her lQ.mile Federal and state taxes on the an assortment of
680 Timiaml Trail North stowawaytrip life preservers to remind everyone -
I IIf transaction ran about $45,000.
-T' Monday. that Safe
Boating Week U hen2 -,

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Tuesday, June 80, 19(4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

Dance 3 Sets; r 'Shades' Sink the Sunby I I I 1 Naples Society Orchid To Hear e '

I Workshoo Set For Tonight Women'Helen lltnnessy Editor Little On MuchKen x '

and Anne Mellon Bobby Hill Little vice president and -.- lt
I I" Three sets danced Saturday Newspaper Enterprise Assn t
.r night at the Sunshine Shufflers' Charles and Avonelle Inherit. general manager of Tradewlnd.0' .
Hall In the Chlumsky Building, Lloyd and Bea Hill, Mary MiUer, The latest international plotis \ Miami, will be the guest
I' 950 Central Avenue. Ray Castle William Sell, Sam and Frances: out in the open, The well- speaker at the regular monthly
called, with Lloyd Hill guest. Mason, Joe Raocchlo, Marcelli dressed woman is hiding be c ,neetlng of the Naples; Orchid
Ing a tip.Dancing. Snow Ben Shafer, Lucy Shana. hind her 'shades" day and oclery set for Thursday July
were Ray and Margie berger, Dempsey Himm, and Oscar ri.ilit. for fashion reasons JAr 8 p.m., at Voo-Doo Orchids.

\ Chappell, Bob and Pamela Coe, and Dolores Stone. ?u'le will discuss locally grownc
Samp Cornette, Fred Decker,Joe Frances Mason won the Early] For the uninitiated these chlds. I
-- Bird door prize given to some special shades are sunglasses \
members of the Orel -
,> CARD OF THANKS dancer In tho first tip. It was a Once used only to protect the Naples
.ui and In-
medal society are
\ !gold proclaimingthewear.er utilitarian optics now guests
I wish to thank all my friends the world's best dancer. eyes as ,ited to attend. Door prizes will
extremely Important
and neighbors for their kindness Last Thursday,June 25,one set fashion are I accessories They ve given and refreshments will rt lqt i ia ia

and understanding following the of Shufflers, Bill Sell, Mary Mil. were adopted by the Jet Set te served following the business

i death of my husband, Rudolph ler, Fred Decker,MarcellaSnow,, for year-round wear becauseof cwi, eetuv and Discussion.
Ford. 1 can't express In words Ray and Margie Chappell, and new. flattering frame designs \ppio\lnntely 50 persons atte SZEESSSkso : :;
/, how grateful I am to all, both Joe and Anne Helton, went to the Lens colors also makea r. t a Jed the last meeting of the ,
'' Krlss Kross dance and brought
; white and colored. Again, thank strong style point. "apses: : Orchid Society and the'll.aatng
back a Sunshine Shuffler banner .
you. which hid been In Fort Myers < i ;; became new nwmherstt.
Mrs Jessie Mae Ford tor the past two months. None Round-view Is leading in and II'S. Forrest Hilton, ;

, and family of these were members of both sunglass I popularity since ', li '''okalee, Mr.\. Oscar Yoell,
'- clubs, for such art not eligibleto Audrey Hepburn sported a Fort \l\l'I', she. Edward Vaef
I Miltner secure or retrieve a square pair in a movie thriller (The and sits Oliver Collins of Naples V
dance banner. design stems from an early .
Ray Castle wlU have his work Foster Grant sunglass .
Wesley H. Miltner, 68, diedat ---- -
l his home Sunday afternoon shop session this evening at 8 (/..... "".,/
Miltner was a retired accountant p.m., Instead of tomorrow as In addition to the fashion "Special agent" pauses In traditional thriller setting-a Carol McCauleyOn I t
emphasis, sunglasses till I I I .
announced. These
with the accounting division of previously spiral staircase-rn route to her mission, : foil the sun Her \
for those who want serve i healthful purpose Dean's List
workshops are
; the Bureau of Standards in Wash. .
1 weapon: the new, popular round tue sunglasses. Today'ssunglasses
when worn correctly! to
to keep with more advanced: pro
I;, Ingtop with the, D.C.Naples Hn Building also Depart.worked square dancing up and Castle will test the eyes from oven are fashionable as well as utilitarian At Florida State \\ ,

ment for five years and was i a call any figures requested. exposure to sun and glare Miss Carol l i Ilk,' Mcrauley, \
veteran of WW I. The Shufflers have acquired a from water or haze. daughter of hit'. ,1I'JIr .I|oh; [
He Is survived by his wife selection of round dance and .
Pullingaple-, in' idiMhcDcat
Margaret E. Miltner of mixer records which will be If you are on the prowl at cJ Vewse
Naples,; Bonita List for academic rxccllt !
one brother, Elmo F. Miltner of kept in the club hall. These In. night, be careful what lens the I xc :
elude: Left Footers One Step, color you wear. Switch to during :spring uwClr at lil
Wichita, Kan.; and a nephew,, -'
Hugh Miltner of Sheboygan, Wis., Hawaiian Charms,Alley CatCla very light pastel lenses (yellows froni By RAE WEAR Florida tare t'nlvci 'u\. _. ,
He was a native of Wichita, rinet Capers, Del Rio, White S1U pinks or blues) for eve A letter ofcong rarula" win' .'
Kan., making his home at 38S ver Sands, DanclnglntheStreets, ning wear. Dark lenses are C.E. Tanzy, dllector ilui I-10, ol -
First Ave., N., In Naples for the and Mannings Mixer. Theseare not recommended for night. Newly elected officers of the and each one attending is urgedto bale studies, said) ; ,' ,u- M ,
past 10 years. He was a mem. available for practice at the time wear. American Legion John Murphy bring a donation. earned this honor by mnl.i 4. \

ber of the First Methodist Church workshop. Post No. 303 Auxiliary unit were ,Mrs. Connie Evans and Mrs. average of 3.0 or iwu .iutuklnjj ......
of Naples, the Masonic Lodge of Because of the fire works display FashionIt's In charge of the semi-monthly Mary Williams acted aithneven. a course toad ol a' \ ...,
Washington, D.C., the American schedules for July 4, no meeting Wednesday night In the Ing's hostesses. Attending were 12 Legion Post of Naples and wasactive dance is scheduled for next Sa. an expensive proposi Legion home when president Mesdames Crltean, HishbargerYoui + term.; This UtlnjjiiMicd tr /
t''. In the local bowling lea. turday evening, Independence tion to go away for a vacation elect Ethel Crltean loomed all blood, Williams, Evans,, ) rciord.vo
gUPS. Day. There will be dancing the After we have stretched the present. "Thank you1'notes w 'reread Mario"! Guldi-r, Virginia! Clark,, at It ,
Funeral services were held following Saturday, and details budget to take care of travel from Mrs. Pat Watkins and Bea Alland, Mary Reahard, Hal. University who are sujxiviln : f NS
today at 2 p.m. In the chapelof will appear next week in the News. and lodging we have to from Miss Leslie Morgan, last lock, MesSt'rer,Fredpricks,VIolet >; your education) are deeps
the Richard A.Pittman Funeral -' stretch it a bit more to in year's I girl stater. Sewell, Laverne Runkle, Seward gratified' by your flan pcrf"I'- a
Home with the Rev. Harry C. clude the clothes we'll need A letter from the Fourth of July and Vae Kldwell. IlIallt'' ."
Center while we're away. marshal read In kilos\.\ McCauley(: vva< a 1963
Parham officiating. Interment Cypress parade was ,\\ll\T.s Ml'; IIt:1t: rilK: Sl'N"lver: time lhLulus '
followed In Naples Memorial Car. which!: he asked for the full co. Beach Party At graduate of :\aploii: Senior Ilix'i5chiH linn
Colorful mix and match bless r i 1\1 M.u tul ill"11I11'11I1t| K.ub for leisure
dens operation of the unit in the forthcoming
Program Includes easy-care blouses, skirts and Goodland 4 l. lUtiMtics, M//IIMU uiiiliiiMiM' hall insulted iiiouiul I lluir
Pallbearers Clifford parade. July
were shorts and drip-dry shifts will uisluims Nnl IiI"mllllhllu'llI tins quickie li'Xlcw of 1)lIdlI
Krleck, Paul Abranamson, Vernon take you trimly through your Mrs. Connie Evans, chalrma.1of All Goodland children are In. I lasii'ins i : Is a i skilih if! ii plump Hoin.m Lisa Allen Russell their float committee has Franklin Davis
Ray, George Reptile Series daytime vacation sightseeingand her cited! to attend a beach party the ,tissui kIt k In tU': I! own fo.illimu; mill .1 nomlics
Hart and H. T. Barnes. assistants Mesdomes Jo Ann
shopping tours-and backto Eleanor July) 4 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. number lli.il puts this M'.irn lopUxN bit in tho shade urn-
Activities at Big Cypress Center the office for the balanceof Mary Youngblood Williams, and Jo Messerer Hashbar. at the Marco Island bearh. Now At FormosaYEN U'liutmiivMsc I .\1! top Mail 11tun JtOOO.usirold)) ) ,mosaic
AngelBY continue with a program on the summer. Those children wanting transportation slums Suilnn )jjnN I! cluing( KMIUI.ISKN| In wlul\ \oiid swear
reptiles for the week of June ger.The should meet at 2:15: CIUNG. Formosa Air.I wenlukum Ml, l below how could w>u H'l wet, in thin
RAE WEAR 29 to July 3. Lively cotton beach shifts this year's president girl stater announced Miss that Ellen July 4 at the Goodland! playground. man Second Class[ Franklin D. costume iiit.1 llimi'\( e At nulit this miss ISIS a Salltlll\lllnil'u.
in wild prints will All pre, -schoot children should Davis, son of Mra. Fred C. Oa unit\ for llu Inimitable
Many live snakes and an alligator summer HrUog, will bean attendanceat Calif. Inuliuiln; In her toplcM
Mrs. Marie 77, widowof of Immokalpo hat arrivedfor
Angel via
vacation beach be accompanied by a parent or ,
will be featured in a brighten your the July 8th Meeting to makea Unit from' I tin1 gend,11.11itw;
the late Sam Angel,died Thurs- scene-but will be pert other adult duty with a unit of the Pa.
led Ronald Turchin they
program by her to Tallahas
day June 25, after a lingering a Naples high school student and pretty, too, for weekends report on trip There will be roast hot dogs and cine Air Forces (PACAF
Illness in the Ann Arundel Hospital all see.The refreshments for the i hlldren at at Talnan Air Station, Formosa. SUMMER SPECIAL
and employee of Everglades Wonder al home summer. local !group recently madea
he beach Airman Davis, t munition
in Annapolis Md. Gardens. trip to the G. Pierce Wood Hospital PermanentVa'e
served at
Burial was yesterday with Requiem Careful planning when you specialist, previously
in Arcadia. There, on June f#
first week, the Itazuk AD Hair Cut
During the! na. Japamyltil) new\ omito ) ;
High Mass at 10 a.m.' choose your vacation ward 22, they entertained the patients,
ture ,, it pig Cypress: Cypress the PACAf mission of '
program Women
supports ShampooFinger ,
from Our Lady of the Fields Center was p-esented 16 a'total robe will assure you a good Those making the trip were Mesdames I provltlmj alrpowur for di'frrlsp/ _:; Wave .A
Church In Millersville.Md. Two of 218 youngsters from the three run for your money. The Edith Hullock, and her Meet ThursdayFor of the U.S. and Its allies\! In tin- ,
four granddaughters Mrs. Crl- Life Tex Treatment
cousins. Father Martin Kenney elementary schools. secret lies in easy-care fab ; Pacific area
from Washington D.C., and Father The program! showed how all rice simple but colorful I lean's daughter who presented a BreakfastThe The airman Is a raduito of Complete $J2.50
Joseph Kenney from Tan- living things depend on one styles and that greatest little dancing program; Carmen Se. Immokale High School -HAI STYLIST
stretcher of them all ward; C arm on and Mry Rea- monthly breakfast meeting
Md., officiated at the another. Crafts, nature games budget-
nertown hard; Don and Louise Patton, of the Big Cypress Women's Golf Ml 2.5497KWIK MI 2-6227NAPLCI
and stories were also presented co-ordinates (mint that I I, t .
services.She >m y' n in Frankle Frederick and Rodney Association will be held Thurs. CHIKSHOPPING SHOPPINO CINTCMIN
Is survived One game was a variation of .til.idl, tiiiil niio .1 UMiUl. MI 1 ,.. )
by one daughter and: John Graber. day, July 2, at 8 a.m., In the ( CCNTCN HC MOORING
Mrs. Marie A. Durner of "Steal the Bacon" but was played (FIIpOrtd\ melon ring. with u A donation of white linen table lounge of the clubhouse.All tiny in''".4ti ihi ,' h.mr''k7. ; ,
with natural brought
C Crownsvlllc Md., with whom she back from the trail hikes. bouquet of fruit hluvhvmtn, cloths was accepted with members are urged to be .
lived in the recent years one son Rlra bcm and dined poiitimmnkt than!;s from Mrs. Pat Duffy present, a spokesman said.

Robert Angel from New York; Last Saturday the Mangrove a pretty colorful und Jvlicunm Any new materials, suitable Winners of the "Spring Ringer SAVE DURING OUR
and thirteen grandchildren.She Nature Trail was virtually iiimhinoiion. AN I delectable to be made Into lap robes forreterans Tournament" were announced as
was a charter member of finished by members of the Junior accompaniment you mn would be appreciatedby follows Class A Mrs. Florence
the Bonita Springs Woman's Club, Chamber of Commerce. Big haul together cream thecae, Mrs. Florence Stark.A Brossard; Class B Mrs. Inez
St. Ann's Parish in Naples the Cypress Center again expressed ireumstyle, lOtiagiheifHe and white elephant sale Is on MiCunei and Class C. Mrs.Evelyn .
Spanish War Veteran's Auxiliary thanks for their efforts. our ireum.he the agenda for the next meeting Brunt 6 D D

(of which she was past pre-
sident), the Lake Shore Volun-

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the Altar Society of Our Ladyof

the Melds Church walked r 'W'- SPECIAL PRICE
slut -
The Angels established residence ever
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when William they Hess purchased home on the Sen former river > r. I r'I'' I ) 1 IT'I :I : A\!f.nC.IIII.dl'/ '''> combination

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Order on ReapportionmentBY

JUNE 30, 1964 I \ -- Washington Correspondent

I rtl"r.A Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

II Forthright Double Talk nor .; JWWASHlNGTONlNEAlCongress-
t could move by late
; ,
; August to try to bar U.S courts from taking a hand in state

Through the miracle of modern com dom, sir, that I am unashamedly pledged k rY t (apportionment
candidates for office can now \ sense of urgency grips those In and out of Congress who
to and I shall TGii '
perpetuate, 1 +. 1 I want to forestall general overhaul of state I legislatures in
.kit in front of a television camera or a without stint or I accord with the Supreme Court's June 15 ruling which de,

fnicroprione and state their views and Q. But my question wis, did you a"'a a4c I treed that both legislative houses must be apportioned on

bolides clearly, bluntly and explicity to actually say that anone who votes for I a population basis. thin

(nillions of voters throughout the nation. your opponent ought' to have his head I, decree If action In not on quickly a constitutional begun, amends of thtodndaion fear

I Let us tune in to a popular network examined? Please answer it, if you will. I It man be too late. A high proportion of state legislatures
of top newsmen A. I I meet in early 1965 and will be under compulsion to act under
irogram/ as a quartet am glad to answer it. I am '
the court' ruling.
uestlon a candidate who is avowedly never reluctant to meet any question or ? I' Senate Republican leader Everett Dirksen of Illinois al

ager to take his case directly to the any issue squarely and fairly. In this 'I ready has sparked a GOP Policy Committee discussion of

>eople, no holds barred.Q. case, as you do doubt surmise I was p\\ tom.V I a proposed amendment.

Sir, you are quoted In the current quoted out of context. My recollectionis I MEANTIME: A BIG IIEAD OF STEAM is building tip.

ssue of a national news magazine as that the full purport of my remarkwas Some 15 governors perturbed at the court's decision have

and I "Anyone who votesor that who 4'\l c I 1 conveyed their concern to Dirksen and others.
laying, quote: even man might in mistaken ,; I The presently suggested language of what may be called

my opponent ought to have his head but sincere judgment vote for the( Dirksen amendment reads as follows:

xamined." Did you say that? And if my opponent still deserves the Inalienable \ l'I' I "[arh date shall have exclusive power to determine the

ou did, do you regard it as worthy ofhe right of an American citizen to have : t,, composition membership! of of Its each legislature house thereof.and the apportionment of the

dignity of the high office you are his head examined as well as any I "Such power shall not be Infringed by the United States.

eking? other part of his body which might conceivably I or b>' any branch of government thereof."

A. First, of all, my good friend, let be in need of medical attention
J DIRKSEN DOES NOT INDICATE IT, but It is a fact that
e make It crystal clear that I yield to and to have it examined withoutone sweeping reapportionment might rob the Illinois State Senate -

one In my high regard for the dig penny of cost to him as a citizen d IR45i [ of several Republican seats Pressure to block such a

ity of the important office I am confi- and taxpayer of this great nation. I change Is bearing down on him and others with similar

ent I will hold when the intelligent can assure you and all Americans that | home Yet state the breadth situations.and Intensity of Interest in a blocking

eople of this great nation go to the There Is no reason for any voter to T I amendment is no assurance that It would find easy, automalic -

I and vote according to their con be uninformed or unenlightened these ratification from the necessary 38 state legislatures.
.. j Some specialists In federal-state relations that numerous
I and their judgment In the great days when the candidates can talk directly state legislatures with one house already reasonably

foils of the freedom-loving people to the people and really lay It on ? Hell.founded on population may resist an amendment ban-
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ONE SIGNIFICANT STRAW in the wind comes out of

. I Soon: Purer Water The Best of BoyleBY TheWorld Sarasota. Fla,. where a large group of southern legislators
state administrators and other state officials took a surprisingly

HAL BOYLENEW mild tack in a resolution approved just four days after
Housewives will not be aware of detergents so resistant to biological Today the Supreme Court decision They did not demand that the
breaking down. Straightening out By JAMES MARLOWE U.S. courts be barred altogether from stepping into state re- '
ny change, but within a matter of Aiiaclatvd Pro. News Anoint .
the kinks produces a "soft," degradable YORK (AP)-Thing* a ruler "Definition of the artlc. ,
norths they will begin switching from columnist might never know U \ulatet Describing an accordion I 225 officials, meeting as the Southern Conference
detergent that Is much more palatableto WASHINGTON of the Council of State Governments, simply urged flexible
\BS to LAS. tit didn't open his mall: without using the hands" (AF) Henry a
bacteria, without whose help man Fw people are more boring Catholic Digest Cabot Lodge came horn fiom i approach which would take account of "regional and local I
In other words, they will begin using would soon be choked in his than those who brag they As a nation w* are getting Viet Nam to try to stop Sen. talues" and allow one legislative house to be apportioned
different kind of detergent in their haven't token a vacation In older, but as a people we are Barry Goldwater but from what: according to criteria other than population.
inks and washing machines with After more than a decade of research year. Actually, 85 per cent of getting younger. It Is estimated he said, or rather refused to i And it should not be forgotten that a roughly similar
one the voluntary, Industry-wide, mul U.S. families now enjoy an an that In 1975 half the U.s. popu. say, you might get the Imprest.. blocking amendment initiated at the state level in early
he same cleaning power as before but timillion-dollar nuil vacation. latlon will be under age 26. lion he wasn't exactly belllger.. 1963. has so tar won approval in just 14 states-all in the
vhich won't cause the foaming in some conversion program is expected Women can hear higher Folklore: It Is bad luck to ent. But you never can tell. southern border, plains and western areas of the country.

rface waters that has much to be completed by the end of pitched tones better than men- get up out of bed backward Pennsylvania1 Cov. William
so 1965. but not as well a* dogs. rather than face forward. Wear. W. Scranton, who II I trying to
hticism against supersensitive detergent One out of every 10 children, Ing a piece of red woolen yarn beat Coldwater for the Republl.
anuf adurers. Though detergent foaming Is only sooner or later In life, will be orou.A your throat will protect can presidential nomination, TODAY IN WASHINGTONBY
For housewives one small, and essentially harmless, factor Incapacitated by a mental 111MS you from the nosebleed. U you started off on a no-name basis,
happen to have *. too. It took him a while to get
carry a horse chestnut in
In the nations your
degree In chemistry, it means that the water pollution problem Today' highly paid television pocket It will win off rheum, steamed up. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
miliar alkyl benzene sulfonates (ABS) it is by far the most visible. The entertainer* might be startled to tlsm A potato In the pocket will Lodge quit his Job as VA am.

more serious.maUe,. of pollution remainto know that one of the highest 'also absorb rheumatic twinges.It bassador to help Scranton's
th branched chain hydrocarbons will be fee aver paid a performer was was Finley Peter Dunne fight, arrived her Monday, WASHINGTON (AP-ln the the old temporary limit of $300

efvpplonted by .the sodium salt of,, an solved-such" Industrial wastes the $50,000 that pianist tin ace, who observed, "One of the made a farewell report to Presl. .news from Washington; billion today and to its perm an.
kylt aryL( sulfonate alkyl byproducts J of our burgeoning'cities.M II I Ing* the mo for a single eon' tnat the poor, who need money House, and then held a news two busy months of traveling 'night tonight.
roup 1 h, the molecule is strung out In cart at Madison Square Garden. I the most, art the very ones who conference.He and speechmaking, President The actual federal debt now
near fashion (LAS). Now that, the foam Is going to dis That was In the era when I never hive it." said the Republicans must Johnson Is expected to spend stands at $312 billion.WASHINGTON .
it Is to be that the money was worth money not nominate "an imprudent 'mo.'L of AP
It that appear, hoped rest July at the White ( ) Total
seems is the "kinks" In man, an "
It 1* estimated that com impulsive man. But Housil. federal employment
e hydrocarbon molecules that make or. of the pollution problem will not become 25,000 unqualified "psychologl. h* wouldn't criticize Coldwater There are no travel plans on 3,555 In May compared with
a matter of out of sight, out of mind. cal xpert*" rake in $375 million LETTERS MO by name Askcd It he regarded i his announced schedule for the April, a Senate-House commit.
a year from gulllbl vie. the senator a* impulsive, Lodge month, and aides said only two tee reported today.
Urn, said "people- can draw their own ,or three out-of-town engage. The total number of civilian

It Isn't naggl 'g wives who EDITOR ;) conclusion." ,ments are being discussed. The employes was listed as 2,478,.
drive husbands to drink. A med. When Scranton announced President may make a brief 791 In May by the Committeeon
leal study of the wives of alcoholic June 12 he was going to cam. j
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER trip to his Texas ranch for the Reduction of Nonessential
I palgn for the
nomination mak.
and nonalcoholic found AMERICAN VALUES July 4 weekend. Federal Expenditures. The big.'
Log It a clear .
no marked difference In their Editor, Collier County News stop Goldwater One factor that may be Influ. gest cuts were In the civilian
; move, he sent the Arizonan
HOW THE CIVIL-RIGHTS BILL READS NOW t.mperam.ntl.Quotable notable: "Real OUr"our founding life, liberty forefatherspledg.ad and fortune". i telegram, telling Goldwater how a plans encing, is the the President's Republican Nation travel pay mnnt.roll of the Defense Depart.

merit of any kind cannot long In the creation of the United much he respected him, and al Convention, which opens In WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.

In practical tepns, the comingnew barred from hotel and eating places be concealed. It may not si. States. Likewise, everyone In adding"I will say nothing In the San Francisco July 13 and will Karl Mundt, RSD, said today
law way a* It ought; likely dominate the news for at he is preparing. new legislation
governing civil rights will used by whites. So the publh-ac but It will always be known- military service today pledge weeks ahead to diminish that to
largely apply to Southern Staten his Ilf*, liberty and fortune to one week. Associates say prevent Communists from
commodations section of the rights Lord Chesterfield. respect. On the issues, I will be
it is
Over ell. Under the termi ofcompromise bill will have little effect in the Son 50 million American preserve the freedom which we vigorous with all the power at Johnson only has a no coincidence that obtaining deplored passports.He .
enjoy. It would be well speaking dates a recent Supreme
amendments The 31 a* we my command. On personalities
have ,
: North.
difficulty proving they during this Court decision
look aloft and striking down a
see trail
a "
States with law against racial discrimination wr born because their vapor will be silent
States and communities with birth provision of
their to think In terms of thanks and (AP) Pres. the 1950 Internal
But almost
In public accommodation own laws rtflcates either were not filed at the moment he dent! Johnson's ;Security Act
against racial discrimination ask for a blessing for these signature has banning the Issu.
and the 25 Slutei with laws or have been destroyed by fire, < this telegram he was ; the
also are given 30 days to our young defenders. put temporary national debt ance passports to members
calling Goldwater's ideas
against discrimination in employment handle complaints before a suit flood or other cause. I suggest that Mrs. Waplesof without him I Umlt at $324 billion until of organizations required to
Strawberries mentioning by
will be unaffected by the got their name' Naples discuss year from today, register as Communist
can be filed In freedom with groups.
t court by a Negro from the fact that In the old i name a "weird parody" of
new law tiniest they fail in en charging discrimination. The some cf the Cuban refugees so I|traditional If Johnson had not signed the Mundt gave no details of the
only days It was the custom to Republican prln.
forcement. All of these States are States with such laws now are in plant with straw in winter coverthe ,that she may be enlightened as to ,i clples. I I bill have dropped Monday, the limit would 'troduce.'new legislation he plans to In.
outside the South. real American values. Her name automatically to
the North to protect their root from He attacked what he referred

Job. The civil-righU bills ban In States lacking such laws, a freeilnt. Phase do not ask us I,has.. .been_ooL In the__ paper_. u_ u an Inor.u i to as the "shoot from the hip i
against<< Job discrimination will be suit can be filed immediately by why the gooseberry I* called the Wnaly IIUllwer III urnes, .0 I rather than think from the head

slow in taking effect.It Negro who encounters discrimination. a gooseberry, as w* will have to due assume to a that'cracked her difficulties" are foreign policy," again without WASHINGTON NDUSMALL
duck that naming names. As h* warmedup
does not apply anywhere until A court, before the query
trying suit, Edward E. BarryNapl'l he threw out
a year after passage. That will be could leek voluntary compliance by Quip from our contempo. "radical reactionaries.phrases"against
1965. Then, employer of fewer 1hIJliLILaThe
"Community-Relations. Service" Goldwater responded with "I
than 100 workers will be exempt that Is to be set up undet the act. ; "L.CA r R welcome Bill Scranton Into the ly

(for one year-until 1966. Employersof Here, as In employment suits, the ImmIIiI i I I SAL'It.A'ItriCiot. race as one of the outstanding

fewer than 75 will be exempt for role of the U. S. Attorney General STEAD RCNTCR1CHOSS governor of the nation." D C leads fact the that Washington, Iin. a foot thick.

another year-until 1067. Those who is limited to intervening after a suit t T A. (GAD D1 RC For some days after starting capita connumptlon nation of alcoholic in per see
employ fewer than 50 will be exempt is filed, unless there Is a general I. .'IIII1I1I'ple| 31 toothed T t D D t R. R A i 1'4 out In pursuit of Goldwater, beverages and the fait that the: UckeU lie stake that |n Mei, ZI.t!'
were axed, In .
the 1962.: 33 -
following I'crtptuht city also
1968. Mhcdi
year-until Not pattern of mass resistance .. ARc 'oJ It r'I T Scranton didn't mention the sen. experiences a very 739 and In 1963, ::21,077 traflU-
until 1969 will the 11 AH at Iruni 3:1.: Illumln.i- high rate of traffic
act all
to .
apply Scftee/i. accidents
The ator ticket
Attorney General p If 0 w. A PAR. by name. were llxed.
who employ 25 or more penoni. is to be die mould lion unit But h* attacked the "dime may not ntcemanly go ham eel
given .
power to bring suit II t 8. A n'( HOW in hand but there I I.
Enforcement will also be by against public schools barring Negroes 14 U.l Juts hilt 33 Hourroffurgnfulnesi ACTS.ORT.AL.A store feudalism" of "radicals of s'bilny' that In the near a future po.' The Oregon Senator also reoj.ct.d
stages It must begin with the right" and said this Is not the polite phraseology
a complaint as is done now In the South. 11 liolataJ T tilT 0 N. M A Z t A some Inter used in
ber filed by a worker or a mem The new act, however, cannot be 16: '1 libtt.iiiilimi 33 Small bird E A 5 I L. t. t M It 1'4 D the Urn to join "extreme reac. tiling will be data. w. these tickets.Washington These regarding tickets,
of the federal commission that used tlonartes who are anything but devl.oJ4d.
will against the -de facto" segregation 37 Sciiinie S T tAt S 1'4 A L. T 5 conservative,. which were torn up. have been
be set up to police the act. that 1i,1ra, officially/ referred
develop In Negro neigh 38 Mire see to at "ad
In those Northern 19: (: SOLUTION Of YISTIROAY PUZZU But h* warned some of his justed."
States having borhoods in the North. C4iiillciiut 41. Chin volunteer workers "1 don't If hli doe ) Is
employment" law, State agen- Voting.' The new act seeks Ira eight come te paw, s, see
to ;K jap coinMaKugnl 7 Passing want anybody in the least He
tier will handle the complaints at protect 20 Mutingart 43 (;.orge way It will largely s said every place clue
Negroes against discrimina through getting personal w* need I
; every they are
be railed "flxed" and
first and 43 ( J, due to
until no suit can be brought Hon in UM qualification test often :/ Ctniurv Hcrjoy 8. flit inKansas vote w* can get." One of Cold work of Beer thus his bill spells eat that ad-
those 46. Star
State In
agencies have had required of person seeking to vote 24 Mountain heroine water's supporters, Sen. Norris Itr Wayne Jading |. actually flxlnf.
at least 60 days to seek compli In the South. climber" "The Dragon 4. Macao 9. Small Cotton of New Hampshire, Morse at e .
mall t Ore-
ance with the 4;. Pupro 3, CoumiA: '. Now
act. Jwryrich' Court enforcement 27. More apertures spoke up shortly afterward gem wmie C.wlt.dee perhaps a* legislationgoes
In Southern States-whlch have of the civil-right act will be by In orderly 4S Negates wide 10. Colorful He must have been having the mill' lH'Oplt' hold different in Washington this par
DO such laws-It will be the federal junction j end 29 Tre*. DMVX) : 6 \"otcmloofltce bird same thoughts a* Scranton for Pinion. .. the e.prellt'd phllea.phie ticular bill assuming it gets
an to I 11 I. leer G'III'I h* said If the of pasted, will probably not go
commission which first handles acompl.lnt the discrimination climbing Ilih 1.., Rereii govenor continuedto the Nerthwetkrn ,down In
I and the mother attack the senator IIIdtookop. senator It hi irr.fr.nyih. ark history a* a major leg
complaining federal Judge con bold viola. 18. : 1I..It'd.e.' illative act. yet perhaps this is
Kimilry posing side on Issues that
worker I I. of r'a 10 II h* might as a former
may file suit within 30 day I' I' I' I an instance
tor in where will
if voluntary compliance ii not ob- him contempt of court and fine 20 IMfer make himself unacceptable to 10.1'a UWvereity.._ ..deae__ of law. ice tees I r.1I to emDh..._.._....... .h._.history,_.Iv .1.. .
or Jail him until "" .. "m'
tained. he obey the il ,r 21 Meihodue2J Coldwater's supporters, even U t'on." ells of I mncant. "" "
Injunction. This is known a* a case rur. fodder he succeeded in stopping the L baek"'UAda.ltl"M Prehi.n.lve .legal e e
The U.S. Attorney General may of "civil and ,. II Arizonan at the Republican I. he found III
contempt" ran be han con. tltuer' ( ilimllt-r. After all. the male badness ,
intervene on behalf of a Negro dled by the Judge without a Jury. 24. (:bum ventton this month. I ss. nf W..hln(|.. Is that ef mik
once a suit b filed. But he can initiate However in a case of "criminal r 17 I II' 25. IV But by last weekend Scranton \nit Ilw'C'fI ing law, administering-' laws
a suit only if a "pattern of contempt' when a is tt E/VV profitable, ; was criticizing Goldwater byname u, "" by and lergeV .ncllll&erp'eUnla.*.
person II II iaw thc Ice
prosecuted r6 iswhether
mass resistance by a group of employers for having defied 26. Hired' cart and, in making one of his reeardlen IIr I. I
\ if shown to exist. a court'sorderthe a' IU u 28 Roman sharpest attack on him. said h* Ih"' may personally i The District of Columbia Is
Employer defendant will in most bronte lack the qualities rqulrdofa wr' the pnruton, agree governed by Congress, and
be requlrtj to be pf a Ja. .
case entitled there
to a trial by are traffic what
Jury. 1M so 30. Toper president. see laws. But
keep records 0.Jt:
to "justify their employment This provision of a Jury trial In 1- ;t"h: 34 Weary Meanwhile, he had said repeatedly I Thus. It w. 4uIt Interesting use la it for Congress to pass
practices-but in Northern I crlrnlnal d State those records required by I ten into the act by an amendment ; /:. 'l'/-: v'l 38. '1.. water If he gets the nomination ale tatted. Silks beute whea Sen. as evidenced by the wholesale
State laws Morw fixing of traffic In the
may suffice. I adoptedjune B, with the backing I 1$ J6 JT U JJ 4Q Buheine and runs for the presidency enll II.d "A InlttHIhlC'e' a bill Citpilol.Thl tickets
The act specifies that no 'quota4 4 of Senator from Southern State 4/. character Since the convention I Is still two axing of I'llftl'bill t P'ohlbll the S. I

Negro employee shall be re '''IIIsIt",,..,. The maximum pal 41 ., 4. 39 t'nlcoro weeks away, Lodge has time to OstrkS of hhmbls Ikkek" I. the bfll may **t a UendCengreM .

atlas for criminal contempt set by 4r .., Ash I get heated up enough to men. See al.. passed tile laws
Access, 40. Haunts I IU. lion Goldwater by III .
kiMwa .
etafi.as. It fa principally I II the: new act are a 11.000 AM or ate name. tnlroduting hla bill the Reblmeirslm.MAtt
each n.lor the
in th/ South that .7 displayed The acUoej ef the Senator
Negroes are month* InaIIor/ bold I'" In exhibit ,
I I 42. Rent paper dc wuments that of may lead le a lady W .kl

-AtcMse (*....) CleU far time 23 ale *"re..r.a..e. 44 Front l'but".k a ,quarttr" _01 an Inch lacked of be I happen to the'eRfeccemeil ftllwte
4. __ _... .... ...... law, te*.

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Tuesday, June 30, 1961 COLLIER / Ml) NTY NEWS 5
Looks Like

Duplicate Players I I '::1 Se5ion'Tomorrow

For City CouncilA New I Ray Qf HopeIn

Triumph Over CardsBY City Council fairly brief at its agenda 9 1011.awaits meet Cancer Study r

Ing Wednesday at City Ha 1 1.

Three of the seven c,uncll
.U1elJo is *ci uUftc .er Wcuwe.'w akplainssoo.cof'heapp I"-
C.J. McMURRY Xe columnist, at the urgingof members probably will no ate which suggests that viruses may ales cunentl!) \i ,' ,.1'1 i' C'fruscaRtU
Forty-eight addicts gave vent Vic, Fennywltt tried his handat tend because they a re out o" 'vn.M pla\ an important role 11 huinti \ work, 1 It ,dsclI"!

to their favorite avocation at last directing. It may be remarked Its June IT meeting, i 'ui' cancer causation, according f* uses I the haste flatlll 0>. "', vi II ',
Friday night's Naples Duplicate that my feelings, especially ell approved renaming of ce t taut their
the "Virus Cal1CfrR.sc.rdI"
II' vc
publication, CH I
Bride Club game. The 12 tables during the
early part, streets in the area ,\:hIT
found the far from In recentl)' Issued by environment and tUli I itlon "
going easy. probably were similar to thoseof seventh Avenues North "I
both directions, there were ex. the girls first offered In the IS the Hibltc Health "enlce. U.3 in leukemia and I\ I,''i'1', 1 .
presslons of "very poor gam" slave markets of long ago eras re: i :ilng probably will w e Department of !health. Education Also described ire "'rte, '
effective until next .'iai -
by many, but the final tabulations In Algeria Not for the same rea. m aje and] Keifire. current research: clir" '
showed that skill, with possibly son, mine were due to a feeling I'" i, because new city dl1
more than a modicum of luck, of inadequacy. Fortunately, only tt' let and telephone books ':tt i 1>('fIt ) L.H.Peterson Tarn- from animal n ""J i, Aj:,

had resulted In some very good one loud peep for director a ad e 'its using the old Sll"et ,'a. vice president of the f lor Mports on the pu'-xjcntton '" -,'.
showings, despite the pessimistic simple case of pass out of turn na: e >. IJOI Division,,(die XmtrlcanVarc: ( and theiap I ','
forecasts. presented no real difficulty of Cl'\ KanagerVlnc' .tliood will err Society), Peterson said that of Ural diseases

solution particularly since Vic outline a ,forprepau- :he report tares that because at Peterson said that >'tic' : '-:
had the book outlining the penalty. .- --- 1 tim of the fiscal 1M463,budget.
'he Inroductlon. of tissue culture pamphlet contains ,
Kennedy Mother favorable There was not a sclntlllaof LIFE INSURANCE Company of Florida held its and will ask for appointment of electron microscopy and of new Information ol' can, I '. KRJYHERE'S
developments to mara annual at the Naples Death Club last an additional deputy clt].clerk ,
Dedicates Plaque pleasant evenlnj. Thankstothe meeting other developed techniques, re' able Interest t to the ;t' -
afternoon clouds and In some weekend. Photo shows E. K Woitke left pre Some errors and InsOlvencld'inthe eairher I cap now hope even'roully lie who contribute the I. :e

localities, rain, the temperature senting Alex S. Wallace the pi'event's award as 1963 tax roll will be broughtto to corm up with amen and efforts In the e"lltl''uti

PHILADELPHIA (AP) both outside and Inside the Wo. top salesman for the company in the third quarter Council's arentton! v, to flu question p>>**d b) this against' cancer Uirus '" o,,' "
Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy helped man's Club was pleasant the McGrath Also scheduled f forCoullcUac. eVIIkII.I'. '
; of the year. ( photo) \ Cancer l e.1rC'h"(1
dedicate a memorial plaque In at cards a little disturbing but the lion are al'rolntllJenl to tithe If tIle lu-cancer link in hue Publication No. I M\, I 1,1.i *
Independence Hall Monday group was in a cheerful mood, Parks Board and Recreation 1 I",, ,
man rat demonstrated it able! in '
honor of her son, the late Presl. and no acrimonious discussions Board. Terms of two memberson pave the ," 1for the de>'elopmom may!. Public HealthScrvl'e .. '' PRQffi
dent John F. Kennedy. Movies J TelevisTan \?
resulted therefrom. If It didn'tseem
.. each board are exfifrtng/jit
Mrs. 73 told : ol \entlve lIIt'uur'e ton iteJ .
Kennedy, an estimated a little overdone, I might this *: l. D.C. They lila I
8,000 persons the late time. < gild 111,1 i < new in fin :tL .
uopen up < ,
have It "It )
expressed was an
: By BOB THOMASAP Japanese actors who played en. 1
president would have been evening possessing miniscule ex.acerbatlve Movle.Televlslon Writer emles in the Pacific war script. f The proposed 383-squ foot vistas In II""i ?'jtnicnt of can tendent of l'Ullltll" >, \. .-'. '
pleased "to know he is being HolUla) Inn ground sign on the Accor ',' ..
consequences. HOLLYWOOD tAP) Par. Sinatra, who made Ms debutas cer. 1 to the pam! Incur riming I Cfllce, i
honored here. Having eulogized the evening, ties to celebrate the end of a director in "None But the tjorrh Tamlaml Trail till come phlet.vlruse +I 1"i'Onllble'"r( ton 'i: D.C.. at Ifrcl1f ,, I.
Kennedy spoke at Independ. the games of several may be shooting on a movie have be. Brave," greeted the guests at up' before Council Carried over such a varierracers in la'
ence Hall July 4, 1962, on the Trolll U the list
the last
likewise treated. i meeting .
come scarce in economy-mind the door and planted kisses on boratory ant a 1m it would
Interdependence of nations. The North- outh-The outstanding ed Hollywood. the wives' cheeks Midway in report of the off-street parkl g be set In the
: plaque, pavement In
front of the historic team from Fort Myers of Major They are still thrown with a the party the combo sounded a committee, which was received some tJ't1l i III '11.11. the basic Agriculture Department predict.
commemorates that visit.building, James Hayes Mrs. C.T. Brad. lavish hand by Frank Sinatra. fanfare, and cast member Brad by Council/ without comment Ju ie phenomena of life ar I < not differ ed today that grower prices forsome
bury took the number one position Take the one he tossed for the Dexter took the floor. 17. The report asks that Council vtr'll1lu'h fr' fruits this year pioUU]
'C '(pcclcs
-- with 137 points. In viewof finish of "None But the Brave." The actor, who helped save act soon on committee proposals to another. wl1nut\ match the unusiull
the preliminary remarks it'sa Three hundred persons crowdedinto his leader from the briny in the to buy three vacant lots behind higher prices of last
The al the,
Draft Board Warns little embarrassing to state it, report *
Stage 17 at Warners which Hawaiian: surf, presented Sin. the bus station and lease
but the McMurrys coalesced suf. had been converted into a night atra with the company's gift:
18.Year-Olds To ficlently to tie for second at 125 club set. They included mem an 18th century tankard madeof sev adjacent vacant lots,converting .
with the team of Mrs. Harold bers of the cast and crew, their English oak from a sunken all the property into off-
Register PromptlyST. Weed.Mrs. Corwin Waite. Fourth wives and dates, studio depart. ship. street parking space. sALE !

found Mrs. Joyce Tenney-Mrs. merit] heads, members of the "You're about the best group
AUGUSTINE (AP) Hilary Hartter scoring 119; the Sinatra cabinet, and Miss An. of people I've ever met," said
Young men are warned to reg. Harry Peters 5th, 115-Vi. gle Dickinson, the current Sin..the producer-dtrector-star with
later with their local draft board Another tie between the M. Sco. atra date. feeling "I love you dearly," 7 Floridians JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT!
within five days after their 18th fields of Fort Myers and the Mrs. Two bars flowed with the best He added: "This has been the
birthday or face early induction Iris Milllgan-Mrs. Berta Turner of libations. A combo played most revealing exciting ems Honored By
the state selective service said team at Ill That completes the while the guests relived memo tlonal experience of my life. i'
Monday. list of those above the 22-board orles of the Hawaiian locationand You were all great to help me '
State selective service dlrec average of 110.EasbweslAnother studied a long gallery of when 1 didn't know whit the Carnegie Fund Masury
tor Col. Harold C. Wall said de. outstanding photographs from the film. hell I was doing 1 think what

llnquents in registering will be Fort Myers team, C.T.Brad There was much camaraderie we made will be a successful PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) "PRO-OEM
dealth with firmly.Astair bury Louis Irion copped top between the Americans and the picture-not as a spectacle like The Carnegie Hero Fund awarded INTERIOR
with 134 but Mrs June Haschka 'Fall of the Roman Empire," medals to seven Floridians, LATEX II I
playing with Ted Hearth scroung.ed not as an artistic film like two of whom died In lifesaving 1
Back enough to cause some worry Weather Night! of the Iguana,' but sim. attempts. Six of the medal win FLAT PAINT
with their 132.1/ In second.Bruce
ply as a good movie. tiers were schoolboys White & Colors
Boynton Sr Stuart Kosters, His speech was followud by Gerald L. Thuermer, 17, of
Doing Show third at 122-Vfe, had little marginof ElsewhereBy applause and presentation of a West Hollywood died in rescuing .
safety over the Sam LeadersIn framed placard containing slg. Lawrence Sarachl, 17, froma
fourth at 12l./i. Mrs. F. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS natures of the company mom- pit after Saracht had sunk into
For Bob HopeBy Nordenholdt Mrs. Louis Irlon Albany, cloudy 87 67 bers. More applause, and Sin. deep muck. A bronze medal wia 250GAL.
fifth, 116; Dr. and Mrs. John Albuquerque, clear 90 63 atra returned to mingling with awarded to his father, Garth
BOB THOMAS Franklin sixth, 113; the Mithlas Atlanta cloudy 87 64 the group. Thuermer.John .
AP Morte.Televtslon Writer Bernards at HO-/i' also beat Bismarck cloudy 81 60 He brought the film in two A. Stephen Sr., 27, died I
HOLLYWOOD (AP>- lter a average! for seventh. Boise clear 86 53 and a half days under schedule, while struggling to save Andrew
four-yesr absence from his art, Rain or shine, the Woman's, Boston cloudy 77 68 despite adding 40 camera shots Emmanuel, 24, who had gone
Fred Astaire Is dancing again-Club will again see a good'/ Buffalo clear 89 72 that weren't in the script "The duwn/ while trying to swim R Y ANJt
and should see his Watusl. number of devotees next Frdiy1 (. 96 71 film alone ,UWiJ.
you, t Chicago, cloudy savings (tn flock :,aUul.ta, Kmwanuel t .
You'll get a chance next.tall ; ",'JulY'3..t'ornjl early in oraw Cincinnati\ cloudy 94 63 ..amounted tg $40,000,".b e I'IIPOp!,struggM "twith.181eplien, a,)MV,1 : : :
with the airing of the musical to avoid staying late7:30p.m.. Cleveland cloudy 91 67 ed proudly. amlan, and both drowned. Steph
comedy he is doing with Barrie please. Denver, clear 83 53 en's widow was awarded a mud.
Chase for the Bob Hope Chrys. Des Moines clear 90 63 al and $80 a month death belle/"- 937 4th AVE., N., NAPLES

ler Theater. Ha has been filming Detroit, clear 95 74 2 Killed In Plane
the show at Universal City. It's Two Children Fairbanks, cloudy 70 51 T fits.Other recipients of awards N Phone MII2.1442 /

always a pleasure to see the old Fort Worth, clear 94 72 Off Miami BeachMIAMI Monday were Clayton Spalnhow :;
; master back in action. Helena clear 78 S3 .07 er, 13, of Fort Myers and four 1T1 --=
There is only one Astalre approach Escape DeathIn Honolulu, cloudy 85 72 BEACH (AP) Two Tltusvllle brothers Roger, An. -
, to his dancing; that is Indianapolis. cloudy 93 70 student pilots were killed\ Mon. der, Delma and William Hop.
s one of perfectionism. His num. Ice BoxPHTTSBURGH Jacksonville, cloudy 86 74 .01 day night when their single en. kins.
bers will occupy only seven Juneau rain 54 46 .26 gine Piper Colt plunged Into the Spainhower swam SO feet to
minutes of the hour show, but N.Y. AP) Kansas City, clear 87 68 Atlantic 400 yards off Miami save Herbert Briggs, 9, from OUTSTANDING BUYS
he took two full weeks to re Miller Los Angeles clear 82 59 Beach. drowning In Lake Rhonda. II,
Thomas a city em.
hearse them with Barrie and his off Louisville, cloudy 92 72 Witnesses in the hotel beach received a bronze modal and a
ploye, was enjoying a day at
t choreographer, Hermes Pan. home Monday when a woman Memphis, cloudy 78 71 .!l6 area said they saw the plane flying $500 cash award
One number is in the oldtlme knocked on his front door Miami clear 86 C2 low along hotel, row, then The Hopkins brothers, aged 9 in Ndples and VicinityFOR
Astalre style, a solo with a cane noticed it veer towards sea and
"Your little girl is standing Milwaukee, clear 93: 70 to 18, prevented the dynamiting
to punctuate his taps. The otheris up on that old refrigerator by Mpls..St.P., cloudy 94 69 circle several times before diving of a train near Mima. I

a smooth ballroom number your garage," the stranger told New Orleans. clear 84 72 1.59 toward water. The brothers received medals RENT
with Barrie. Then they team fora Divers recovered the bodiesof
New York, dear 90 68
him. "That could be very dan. und $1,000.
light hearted Watusl. The Okla. City cloudy 95 71 Manny DIPaull and Ronald
dance is the rage of the younger! gerous you know"Miller Omaha Hawthorne, both about 21 of Miami Fifth AnnuIIOl1slnu. dintfirti two units 2250 eq|
thanked her and ran to cloudy C8 67 Drive fan.fully And live\ ft. with removable lrtiUun. Can furnish IVM "q. ft
citizens who stand few feet still inthelrseats
a strapped
Philadelphia, cloud 91 66
the garage. I unit 2300 sq; ft Ideal' for any buslftrm.
apart and engage in angular He found his 2-year-old daughter Phoenix, clear 106 76 ANOTHER

contortions. Kelly, playing on top of the Pittsburgh, clear 89 63 TRAIL FRONTAGE
What does Fred think of the airtight, wooden ice box. As he Fund Me,, rain 84 59 .:.20Ptlnd. !
Watusl? Ore, clear 78 32 LOWREY
lifted the child to the ground mm
"Oh, I think it's a lot of fun," he heard a muffled from in. Rapid City clear: 81 58 .:S4 ORGANS Locate I at PlneUnd on the Trail This 2HO'<> wide by
he replied. "It's not realty a cry Richmond lear 89 60 210' deep lut would Ix, I Ideal! for a nrrvlte station in I
dance It's more of a movement, side the refrigerator St. Louis, rain 94 70 t'nit: .Niplii' rapidly expanding| business district, I'rice
Miller yanked up the lid and .30 .' .
an expression. I've been aroundto Salt Lk. City, clear 92 63 11,000.00 with ternKI SPECIAL!
found his two other daughters, QewrOdwialLIREMENDOUS
few of the to observeIt II
a spots San
Karen, 5, and Kim, 7, huddled Diego clear 73 69! .
and the kids seem to have together, their faces contorted, Sail Fran, cloud 59 .52 I LAKEFRONT RFSIDFMIAL LOT ODAY THUU SATUIDA
a great time doing it. The music gasping for breath. Seattle! clear 71:11: ;

plays real loud and everybodygets The girls recovered their Tampa clear 90 78 InluuMelly the fme/l i I luktfiunt lot I left In NpoKu ] GREASE JOB
carried away breath and were pronounced In Washington clear\ 92 70 southw.et arrosi private ]like i towards leech i
"The Watusl, not for me,be. good condition lat.r by the (an*. Winnipeg| ( dear 80 52 24:! u //ALUE .' r Hub golf ctturne. Thin property his curved concrete
cause I never go out dancing.But lly physician. (T-Tr.l"\) retaining e all it .holt'Un IU city newer Installed
I think It's fine for those and paid fur .
who enjoy It." .u/ It
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The Hope show Is Fred's first Uiliiiiillllliimiiiiiliiiliiliiiimiliiiiniiiiiiimmi pv a I \RC\IN APARTMENT HOL!(K SITE
dancing since his "Eveningswith :
Fred Astalre which bar. *
| Complete /HA' x m: imp I Ideally kltuatH within cany walk
vested of Emmies. H *
a crop I Intr illntamf of schools, shopping/ recreational! arra
hasn't made a movie musical 1 New '" \ small lake to the north of this property will assure
since "Silk Stockings". eight .. privacy without tht expense of a large lut
years ago I Stock ;. *> factory Author/ /ltd I

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the nine-unit addition to the Sea Shell Motel.

; f1t4i Ralph Bostick holds the $40,000 construction con-

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DECORATIVE STONEWORK flanks front entrance to community

center building in Cambier Paik Workmen fit in the jocks, one at a 6 COLLIER COUNT NEWS Tuesday, June 30. 1964Gifl
time. F. B. Schreck is contractor for the $85,000 building
(NEWS photo)

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ROYAL PALM CLUB latest of the high-rise apartment buildings ..,; .. Phone 2-3630
go up on Naples'"little Miami Beach," takes shape, There will be 42 .. : "

units in' the $:)!):JfIO) building, which Is being constructed by E. Ii. .. : : ,". -"""""""" ,._
Marhoefer Jr. Co. for developers Woodward and Mersereau. 1 .' Present at the Day Camp transportation of campers Is
(NEWS photo) t. a Training Session Monday, June their responsibility.Letters .

29th, at the Scout House were: will he sent rneachglrl

-- n b t r nla Mr.. AI!:- Etbca!:: :Cay: C.uip. accepted for Day Camp with list
rn n n director) Mrs. E.Vv', Timber- of articles to bring and regretfully -

lake, business manager; Mrs. letters with refund camp
June Rudy, assistant business fee will\ be sent to those girls
'H v + e manager la charge of equip belonging to troops who have not
Nn ment; Mrs. Betty Smith, arts furnished any adult staff volun-
and crafts director) Mrs. Lloyd teers. Brownies of Troops 315
nae. E" Mill, water front director; Mrs. and 272 will not be able to attend -
sartu t Jeannette Iverson, first aid camp due to shortage of
Gnu ues r1 nurse; Mrs. June Dremerman, adults on staff
k e w nrrd; s, b' ,
vM'syas ,yea w.t', Cadette unit leader Mrs, H.L.

L' kea way, rr, ,y nCr Ackerman, Mrs. \vtlllam Hoffman e e c
e / 7 Junior Scouts unit eiders Troop 124, Cadettes, meets
On staff, but not present, are Tuesday afternoon this week to

I i e.'rdllel ,av'ee. Miss Susan Eddy, Miss Ursula paint and set up a complete First
i' .5 Langley, Brownie Unit leaders; ,Aid box for Day Camp use,

J-n Mrs. Hazel Martin,,. Junior unit The Intermediate Swimming
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leader. class held atMrs.Yanson'spool,
SEAWALL ON SOUTH SIDE of Doctor Pass is being installed by Senior scouts of Naples and 1838 Hurricane Harbor, The

Marathon Dredging Co. for $28,000. (NEWS photo) Gulf Coast Council will act as Moorings, on Mondays 9.10 a.m.
program aides as well as work- is comprised of the following
.w YAO 1 ':.f' ,.firig-on-their-tanoelng.and email Snsart oJ t
UI girls: Betty Splngler
NEW"SttNSttlN"( SUPREtf CundinTHKill *osV an. estimated' $171,056; .... ....... !...\.. .. :-r. .craft'fchalleflges. Program and Splngler, Linda Baker, and Jody .I

and wilY contain .;31,510 square feet, General 1 contractor is R. W. _. _.4. .-.. .. "_ I _....,........__......- schedule of activities was dis- Hill. A few more girls may register -
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( Wood. (NEWS photo) "r----' : 'f t cussed. Camp will open with flag for this class If they attend
,J ""d./. ceremony each day from July 13th next week's class.
t 'j ,:: '. through 17th, at nine a.m. and Advanced Beginners Class

.. III ,) .. will close with retreat of the from 10-11 Mondays at the Yan-
J. & colors each afternoon at three son pool has the following girlsas
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4J Li : .,. p.m. Mothers are reminded that. members: CathySkeeleLynn

VegaPatCorwlnMarySplngler.Cynthia ,
"I Roe, Joan Gilson Stella
,; '.. Delegates
: ': Naples' Smith, Anita hem, I'at Trainer '

K :, '. its f1H y# 1. kal"s Give Report On Dehby Stone /
: .,, Remember swimmers and

r Jaycee ConventionThree synchronized swimmers classesare
t from 9 to 12 noon each Wed-
Naples' Jaycees Wtl'Oal110ng
nesday at the Stahlman pool 900
the 9,000 delegates to
17th Ave. S. Two or three
the 44th Annual Junior Chamberof
Commerce Convention held In more girls may register for
'S this class this week, hut not
Dallas Tex., last week. The
later than
f three. President Marvin Cecil, Wednesday

l #MJ State Vice President George;

t st' 'di Reardon Fred Schmuckersald and State theconven-Chairman U.S. To Extend

i tton's first big highlight was a

t I! SSfr3w ? S yvB: 3SHOLIDAY gala ing an get-acquainted Indoor rodeo,party barhecue featur-and Nuclear Info

dance Monday night. Tuesday
followed with committee sessions To NATO Nations

forums caucuses and
the keynote address to the dele-
-- dent Johnson notified
INN RISES on ;North Tamiaml Trail; I-site.i CItl'uction--- TRVCK. [ Ql'NTED MECHANISM( I lifts a load of concrete blocks up gates b) Governor George Wal- today that he has approved Congress anew

I cost of the restaurant and fiO-umt motel is $268.350.: W O. B.' Inc. on a wall as work proceeds off what will be i\ new Sunshine Suprex and lace of ,\labama. That eveningsaw agreement to extend the

is the contractor (NEWS photo) Sunshine Haidvvaie Building site occupies most of a square(NEWS block.photo) ties the where first the group delegateswereoffered of state par.- types United at States atomic may Information give to the the

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would tempt a gourmet": bear tlon and its member nations.

I Local Food Bill: $7,216,000 Per Year Castro's Sister 1964 Has Been fried burgers becued chicken pig, rattlesnake with, hot each dogs,state,tequila a bar-ser, whir sedes have The been NATO an new earlier agreement and its one members, super under

receiving some atom.
He Its finest delicacy.
NEW YORK--How much Is beIng spot. More money went for food for consumption on the premises. Defects-Says ving found ic Information for the past sev.
ForM Wednesday morning
A Year -
the aver- than for The was equivalent to28 eral years.
spent per year, on any other single Item. outlay downtown Dallas a glitter of color -
residents of Collier Co of dollar that Sold Out CubaMEXICO - In notifying Congress of the
age,by un- Local bakeries, meat markets cents out every
? W YORK ""USo far; billion more tl'II!' 11,, 19C3. lie as the traditional "Parade of new agreement, Johnson said
was in local retail stores
ty delicatessens\ spent
grocery stores, CITY ,AP) FilM I ION) his been a !ear lor the! also ausecl a stir In business Streets" wound Its way throughthe the expanded area of Inform
Where Is the money going, and other stores selling food for This was high when comparedwith Castro's sister Juanlta hat dt. books certalnlf!:. tot the front and taxpayer ,'it'lea t>\ i propos. streets. That afternoon Pre- tlon Is needed to make effective:
and for what How do local hon* consumption accounted fora the proportion that went for reeled, Purging that the Cui>.w pages log to spend a bit less In the sident Dick Headley opened the use of nuclear delivery systems
buying patterns compare with whopping $7,216,000, an Increase food" in most other communities, prune minister betrayed ins -A year that has wen Uncle flsc'.Ilur starting July 1 and first business session and the being provided by this Country
those in other parts of the coun- over the previous year's It attracted 24 cents of the dollar revolution" and sold out Cuba to Sam rather than the boss sw et. to cut the next Treasury deficit saw the second under bilateral procedures and
try? $6, 8rOOO. in the Unit d States as a whole the Soviet Union en mill take-home paychecks to half of the estimate for the groupof than agreements that followed erea.
state parties more plush
Answers to these questions This was exclusive of the and 22 cents In the Scale of flor- "Th.' people of Cuba are -Seen Investors scramble for current year. those of the before. tlon of NATO atomic stockpilesIn
provided by the Standard Rate amount spent In restaurants, at ida.In nailed 1a cross of torment 1m. shares in a spar venture and On the rise (for months, the night 19V7.:
and Data Service i': Its annual lunch counters and In other places terms of the local population { posed 1 b.:, international com'nu.: for rights to buy the biggest of. stock market In March finally Thursday morning began with Also, Johnson said, the new
consumer markets study, just where food and drink are sold the food bill locally was main," Juanlta Castro Ru said fer ever of dowg.to.earth corporate pierced the 800.point level of the election of the 10 national vice agreement will\ permit N \TO
In emotion common shares, the Dow'.Jones Industrial price presidents and the passing of re- member
released. It reveals, for each at the rate of $1,254 per house- Monljj night an countries to share In
hold. charged statement+ to Mexican\ -Seen the Dow.Jones Indus. Index It was at a record 830.99 solution The meeting was adjourned Information that this countryhas
area the amount nat was spentIn t.III\&II'n; commentator Gtiille trial stock average go above the b>' June 26, and other popular for the awards banquet. been exchanging only with
the past year f L I r food, clothing Miami Bank Strong consumer buying on the mo Vela V WO point level.The averages also were at their It was at this presentation that the NATO organization Itself,'
cars, furnltu e and other part of Collier County residents With tears In her eyes and! job total climb above highs. the :Naples'Jaycees were honored under a 1955 agreement
commodities.In made possible by gene rally high her voce br.Jklnlflhe 41.> ir. 71 million but with unemplo Americans accustomed for with their first award
Collier Count I.lt i Is shown Owner Stabbed er earnings during the year, wii old u, ,nan read a six-pa doriQinrement < ment only slightly nicked. several years to large deficitsin for health place and He said the new agreement
food was In the umber one recorded in other retail lines a* of the Cuban re> Corporate prefltj soar U a International payments, were community safety "represents a logical and useful
MIAMI (AP) Jacques Mos well \{i game hulled by her brother,* surprising high record told that a surprising turn had their third place award for pub- step in our continuing and var.
ler, owner of banks In the Miami Store selling cars and other Fidel and Raul. y -Personal 1 Income stud all but brought\ the books with lications and the Clarence H. led efforts to ensure wlderallled
Seminoles, Snakes area and the Middle West, automotive equipment and supplies ,, Ml i Castro< one of seven C ap.tro spending and debt set nets highs the rest of the world Into bal. Howard award for placing fourthin participation In NATO nuclear
was found slain today in his boats andinotor-' br'thllrs and sistersrefused -and also the cost of living.V ance- The first quarter ended the nation In their population defenses
Smashing SuccessAt apartment in a luxurious Key to I h, to Mexico business after division Furthermore
accounted for,10C,00: < sal 11she came upturn set a with corporate profits Johnson said,
World's Fair BiscaNte*residential building. cycles, of the,:'from Cuba. Her sister Emim: postwar record for long life taxes soaring to 911 billion an. Immediately after the awards "such wider participation Is
Dade County police said (he This represented cents has lived in Mexico City slnct without assistance of govern nual rate, up S5.7 billion In a presentation, elections for the necessary on both military and
NEW YORK (AP 'Ifill Indians and reptile hi uted Department stores and otheiestabllsl a Moxicaji\ enfinoer. ntct. uct at an annual rate of $608 on the first ballot with Stan Ladle enhance the effectiveness of
the openingof the FLORID) I ,,'r. Mossier had: controlling inter menu general 1! Miss Castro mid she hid suo -Businessmen steadily revts- billion, compared with $571.8 of NATO defenses On political
glades show area at the w .i t i I', est In the Central Bank and I'merchandise reported a sales ported h,r broth r'< revolution: ine i upward their predictions for billion the sear before and ted) Bartlettsvtlle,0kla.elec- grounds, It Is needed to rein.
Fair Monday. .wt'' Trust Co. of Miami, In which his ,,-volume of $1,106,000, equal to 4 against dictator Fulenclo Batls output, sales, profits, shading wages and sal.tries at $323.6 the national Jaycee president for force NATO cohesion In meat
Officials said the sh wis. i rutty, blonde wife, Candace, be cents of the dollar U b>' collecting money, arms lor expansion. billion against 304.3: billion. coming year. big our allies' legitimate desire
mashing suoxess, drai ',,, uCrowds. I vie a director last year Apparel ihops.lncludlngcloth-, and medicine }111 Cu" and Each of the six months has The convention closed with the to make a constructive contrl.
Ho Jso controlled the'Central hat and shoe stores, chalked ,, abroad. After tie victory she had Us quota Of ntv.s of especial The Class Container \lanufaccurers installation banquet and dance. button to nuclear defense"
Featured were the Rot \iieireptile .d\Gables First N at Ion al Ing, U I dedicated her+eW to bu'!dint interest to bu essmen Institute has utlm.ted The Naples delegation returned
Slow from f Iv.r s land l l tie., Mutual National Dink up 11,258,000, amounting .ch'ols and to Miami with the FlorIda Under the Atomic Energy Act
Seminole Indi n. fr"m HCvprelS '.1' i '0 and the lerifin: more than 4 cents but sUf <(, I re allied Castro hid President Jot <(11, I "',11 ted olk tl '3 tope from data 11 =elevation via chartered Eas the Joint House-Senate Atomic
Swamp I tngsee 1 ,; d Trust Co. :South: Sates of furniture and ache i r band, lcd the ideals of Msi In Januaitlut! t' e tH. output t, e &r'\I back: again R'lIlnl ahte ear11nes In Miami Energy Committee must have
.1 thatrhe He also .wned .> home furnishings cage to I1.,i revolution a; 4 "we were t, ,ns or go! is 'se't' i ', s Is tear beet b<'ttl :i aka: -I In;- and its arriving 30 days' notice before the agree
\ 'I"'l1ln or open, .. 1101.1\Ce,continue\ *. 326.C, ''V. qr "> Ct nip J'f' 'ti." would reo.' t #>::S '.M oc-SiO
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