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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 1, 1964
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP)

_President Mohammed Ayub "L1P
Khan of Pakistan left for Lon. o .

to don( convince today ministers and the said Commonwealthprime and he would Western try Budget In The WorksIt


nations "about the dangers In.

voiced In giving military aid
returned IIS. North Tie ordlnan\'e establishing houses Council June
Combs m passed\
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India. i- I'U I I t't.l t i'rei' u.lth i n i time
Ayub scheduled stops In Ka. agate it utII ill, and at this Carolina Eirh li' the meeting, zoning. IlL The Moorings new' 17. wall t>e submitted In written
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showed Hew out Unit : was i' issed! on second form at next
is Wednesday's public
bul, Tehran and Ankara en moriiint,'s Council meeting, Cih Kuirberg up
route to the Commonwealth Managelue Wood t out lined the of town on business allli I returned readtnc The, ordli ai 'e outlaw hearing on the revised zoning

prime ministers' conference schedule o( ini|.,,,,'bllt dates for at 3 a.m. this morning, hug further ouatructiouof uest ordinance.
opening In London July 8. the 1964.Or budget Council .appoli, d Mrs. Robert Council decided no Immediate
During July, Wood. office v 111 Gregg a deputy I'll)' clerk, and :action was needed on the off
finish preparing and Hiding the formallY authorl/el her, Clt;)' New Homes street lurking committees .'e.
HONG KONG (AP)-A four and table at
i proposed budget. On 01 before Clerk Elsie Lehman, deputy] port met the matter
engine U.S. Air Force Strato. August I, Wood will hand It over clerk Ned Wilson to sign checks, this time. The committee re.
with 56 American All loaded and ready for new dutyGoodbc
cruiser up, to Council Council will stud port was presented to Council
servicemen and dependents the document which la existed TAX ROLL At June 17The .
'
Tax Assessor Bert Flnkbtoi Going Up
aboard skidded off the runwayat to ,go over the >dollar i proposed| 33J.sqiur foot
Hong Kong airport today just mark for the first time, during outlined errors insolvencies Moll In Inn sign also was car
before taking off for Guam. No in the 1963 city tax roll totaling tied over to a 'future meeting! ,
full of
Bessie9BY the first week August.
,
one was hurt.SHEFFIELD, Council will hold Its annual 50390. "I am happy! to present Record Rate Cociclloe Mcltowfll noted tint; none
such a low total of' errorsand
closed.door budget.pa ring sesslons of the three Count members
Insolvencies Plnk&tonsald.
whc cm the sign ,committee
England ) the second week of the I'e.
CAP
doors Monday, cables were secured Palatka Dally News. Prior to month. On 10 Council will Council acknowledged his report Resident pal const ruction In Na. nave nui a chance to review flu
-A. Methodist minister who DAVID LYON August and commended him. The $ 6..
calls the Virgin birth "a pieceof to It and a Marathon Dredging then, The News was printed In heir taxpayer's, omplalnts whenIt pIes proceeded at in alltlmC'rL'Cl > a;'( lie'jtlon,
390, taxed! at nine mtlls.amountito
mythology" has been ex. They took away "Old Bessie" Co. crane lifted It onto two-, Fort Myers During the old Sits as a Board of Tax Equal. only $307.51 1 In lost tax re. >I'd pace In June, pulldlnj 1 r "I whit to do an awful lot ofthlll.11I1

pelted from the ministry on a Tuesday. axle truck. The bed of the truck press' tenure here, The News Izaiton. celits.( Department records show, \ before approving sign

heresy charge. The sturdy old Duplex flatbed sank to within a half Inch of grew from a weekly to a semi- The next step( will be makingthe Council tabled the ordinance The official construction, total< six mllmlIl1wt'd times is large" as Counc the'maxl man

"I am no longer a Methodist press, which put In 10 yearsof the tops of the rear tires, which weekly paper. budget public on Se|>teni!>er I, changing the notice of street for the month just ended was Francis lord remiiked The

minister,' Walter Gill, 49, said service for The News, was would have presented problemswhen As one of the first steps In and Council wlllducldcMaterwhit in the Sixth Avenue* Noitli.Rl Ice $1.577,719, thethlrd-bL'slm'mh I maximum sign she Is CO squat
after a two-hour hearing before loaded on a semi-trailer truck traveling over bumpy roads. converting from semi-weekly to day in September| It will hold thepublic Lakes area A delay was asked\ In history I Permits were Issue c feet, unless Council grants a

the church conference Tuesday. Tuesday morning and headed dally operation The News obtained hearing on the budget. In making the changes official, for 26 residences and five gucs varlince.
There Is no appeal from the de. Fairchild because many of the persons af. houses the month with
12-page
north to a new home. BYE BYE the SEWER HEARING during i a
cIMon. Partially dismantled, the 10- So It was decided to unload the Color King early In 1953. The Council decide! this morningto fected are out of town at this total construction cost of $610,
Gill who had
been ministerto books and
three churches In northern ton press began Its journey Monday press and wait a day for a larger last edition of The News printed hold the'Sanlta ry Sower DU time city ,directories and new phone using the old 491. Naples Pilot
the old flatbed was March tract No. 3 public hearing at 1:30 This total exceeds the
England, said he has a wife, when It was jacked up onto truck. Tuesday morning, on the street names already have been pic-
two children and "not a bean In several lengths of pipe and roll crane loaded the press onto the 10, 1963. The press run for p.m. August 19. This Is a regular printed. vlous monthly record of $588,I
the world." ed out of The News' back shop. semi-trailer. News employeesand that edition's two sections took Council meeting date, and Council 828, set during January 196. Club Wins AwardIn

That exposed alargecavlty.over the truck crew added to the about four hours. decided to set aside the afternoon All this residential construction ,

TAIPEI Formosa (AP)-Na. which the press had stood. The heavy load with rolls of paper, The old press cranked out only to good hear numberof what is complaints: expected to by be tax.a Police Arrest 50 activity comes on top of Safety Field

tlonalist China's parliament, the hole enabled the press to be ser pans, and other equipment. 44 copies a minute or 2,640an living In the recently $506,452 worth of dwelling permits -

Legislative Yuan, has enacted a viced from beneath. Shortly after 11 a.m., "Old hour. Only eight pages couldbe payers created district In Demonstrations Issued In May NEW \ORKAP) Tlw! Pilot

revised copyright law making "It has left a hole In the floor, Bessie" was gone. printed at a time. By contrast In other business, Council helda CIIICAGO (AP) Toilet sr. For the first MX months ol Club of Naples, t'I..., tied for
i book pirates liable to tines and if not in pur hearts," News Soon the eight-page flatbed the Fairchild offset press brief conference after adjourn. rested about 50 demonstrators 1964, building Official rtenPlnkston second place In the Pilot Inter

Imprisonment. employees said of the reveredold press will be a-rumblln and a- prints 12 page sections at fiveto ment and tentatively agreed that Tuesday in the third consecutive has allied: 308 permits national's Safety Contest, which

Formosa has been a renter press. Since March, 1963, thunder for the weekly Sumter 10 times the speed of "Old Mayor Archie Turner and,I Coun. night of civil rights dem. totaling $6, 131018.: This put s i Is for programs< covering traffic

for the books cheap and reprinting publications of for.In The News has been printed on County Journal In York, Ala., Bessie." r 11 man Joel Kuperberg should onst rations on the South Side. the city in a good position to safety, fire prevention and the

elgn defiance of their copyrights. a high-speed Fairchild offset near the Mississippi line. serve on the airport toning auth Among those arrested and exceed the record total for a like.The
press. Before coming to Naples In SEE PAGE !SamMaaBHHaaMaBnswm only This board is to consist of later released on $23 bond were year. The record of $9,58 J,701 Naples Club and an Allan
the old the worked for the two councilman and two county Lawrence Landry! of Chicago,, was set l lest t4 t club cot $100 each from tho
Once was out 1953 year.
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press press ,
clvlo\
J. BRUSSELS, Belgium , lie'I $640,491'resider'
Ministers of the six European This ., 43rcl annual conreitloii here.
morning's meeting lasted ACTI; Stanley Branch, 30, fcrganlzer <
Common Market countries only an hour and four minutes, of a school boycott In till construction In June there The winner was the pilot Club

failed to meet today's deadline one of the shortest meetings Chester, Pa; and Charles were three commercial permit of Uvlngston, Tex.

for agreeing on unified trade In recent years. A quorum was Price, 18, of Chicago. They were adding up to $237,066, one pub-
policies for beef, rice and dairy assured at the start when Robert charged with conducting an lic works permit, the street and

products.The open air meeting without a per. drainage project for $582,5001| Renault Flips
six nations postponed the nine permits for docks and seawalls ,

deadline until July 31 and Segregationists mlt.Landry and 19 others were arrested $55,588 seven for alterations Driver InjuredOscar

agreed to reopen talks July 14. Will at 47th Street and South and additions, $3800; and

b TestifyIn Parkway where the group had 20 miscellaneous, $25,184 Gill III an, Miami, was
Business Firms KKK's Trial apparently assembled preparatory treated at the Naples Commun.Ity .
to marching to police head. Hospital for a fracture of the

quarters south of the Loop. collar bone, following an accident
Public Offices 4' Ynvm. JACKSONVILLE; (AP) -White The group had planned to pro. SafetyFirstPolicy Monday morning about seven

segregationists were expected to test Landry's arrest Monday miles east of Royal Palm Ham.

bo called as prosecution witnesses night at the same spot he was mot k on the Trail,
Closed Saturday today In the trial of five Ku arrested Tuesday night. Saves
State Trooper Ed Crawford
Klux Klansmt'n In con
charged
Offices at the County Court. Today, nearly 300 persons, reported Cllllllan, driving 1958:
of
ncctlon with the bombing a
house and many business firms mostly teen.agers, gathered In City $14,000For Renault and alone! \lost controlon
Negro home,
front of the building to taunt the
will be closed Saturday, July 4. Federal prosecuting attorney a curve, travelled about 180
l police, They chanted and sang. feat shoulder of
the north
on
\ being safety s nnsi tons
City Hall will close Friday pulled a surprise Tuesday) ,
employees of the City of Naples. the Trail, crossed the roadtra
at noon for the weekend. naming Hoisted Manury, a leader
The Public Library and the of white segregation demonstrations have saved the City more than veiled another 100 feet on the
Barry Boosts $14,000 In insurance south shoulder, then nipped over.
Chamber of Commerce will be In St. Augustine, asontof premium" In
r their wllneSKes.Manucr's the last two years. The car was a total wreck, Tro.npar .
closed all day Saturday. The .: + 'rf
The latest premium refund Crawford reported(
brother Herbert was
will
counters at the Post Office
also be closed, however patronswill also was named as a government mailed to the City recently, and Cllllllai was taken to the hoSe
have access to boxes and witness Vote S Strength a letter from the Collier County I ptlal by Deputy Sheriff Dill Mo

facilities for outgoing mail. The Selection of tho jury was ex Asto' I potion of Insurance Atom, Crea lie was treated andreloas.
Chamber reported most of the peeled to be completed! today, what ha c om| anted' the $7S33.C2! ed.
Seven were seated Tuesday DH check, was readatthls morning
business firms will close as they
A of valid\ driver's
charge no
In MidwestWASHINGTON City Council ;
meeting
fence attorneys used 10 of their
did on Memorial Day which fell .
c, Leonard H. King of license was filed against Gllll.Ilan. .
on Saturday. ; 1 hallenges, In ... .n..ut"l .
Food markets, including Pub. the only Negroes )11 i the panel. (AP) Sen. insurance agent group staled
Ilx, Kwik-Chek and the Sunshine f&.l1 The defendant, Donald Eu, Barn Goldwater has boosted that the refunlcov reciteierlcnl| |
will be closed gene Spegal, 311 Barton II. Grlf hit dele Kale strength on a I wo. of O tol>er 28, 1901 to Otoler
Market 1
Suprex .. . .
.
a > New Suit
i inn i IHBBMIS ZII! 1903, The City was getting Topless
However, Chrls-Tal and the Food. fin, 35! | Jacky Don Minion\ , 23: top mission to the Midwest

Bank will be open, as usual 1 DRFVMT I D\ULT IN MARBLE HALLS.-.With visions of conventions past whirlingIn Willie Eugene Wilson, 39: anc and one of Ms top strategists! "lack 1 onslitent the money" Iwame ol a Tabbed Monokinl
Most service stations will be his head Sen. Barry Goldwater frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination Robert Pittman Gentry, 25, all said today It sewed up the Ru. \ application; of safety

closed but a few along the Trail would like very much to do a similar performance at the 1964 convention In of Jacksonville, were arrester jubllcai presidential nomina- \prlurlples by city "(hfartmentaluring EL PASO Tex AP
this I ( ) .
I'erltl King sal I. -MeA'
[ <<
. nomination. bv FBI agents March t Z. ion for tie Arizona conserva.Goldwiiter .
.tI' are expected to be open. Area San Francisco. Only he'd like the script changed to read: 'I I accept your City Manager Vine e Woo!noted I an newsmen have rolnecj a

dining places will be open. Photo was taken at 1960 convention In Chicago. IIvlI. steered clear of that a return.|.remlum chock of word for the topless bikini ..

:about 87,000 had been given to monoklnl
victor claims but laid he has"maybe
,
)
Be ? I the Clt) a few months ago An elgt,t'.olumn headline In a
Can Cold water Stopped COO" flrst-ballot votes
"The manager and uie'artme'theads Jasper newspaper said the monook
Scranton Supporters Hope TK w..Uf..od.455 4.1.(... ,.'.! l. .,, Ihs ItpiiklK,. ,....4..,... lined up for the Republican! National / should he "ommeniM," !!>i i Karl, made a "scandalous
. l. ,. .,... Convtntioti 12 days away !
.. M..4
wash "tin H k l 41 S > ftttt'i |ollf N NvT. Mayor Ar'hie Turner tie.lared. Ir' 'asi n of Mexlro."
,aa It will take 8"/: to win the noml. '
nation, but GolJvuter, sail he
M0
/ N. OAK. N wants to build a bigger ln.ur.

For Eisenhower's HelpWASHINGTON Oct 2M MASS. once margin.

/ OAK, WIS. Nv.S. "I'd like a few more and Pay Hike Floor Fight
LOAN wit r/ MICM a I. then 1 might say I'm over the I
whole hap-\'" with his / 9 .
(AP) Gov. router.satlon ;4 hump," he told a news confer
William W. Scranton's support. with Eisenhower IOWA piN' CONN. ence In Chicago Tuesday. At

ers, rebuffed in Illinois, clung to The ,'old political facts sere NY, //10/ ILL IND ONTO el this point, he said with a smile, Promised In SenateWASHINGTON '
that Goldwater nailed down 48
the hope today that Gen. Dwight it i, "if you 't ant to bet, you havi<<
of the 18 Illinois votes In a poll UTAH COo. .vcallr
D. Eisenhower would help pre. M0. to five me odds" Goldwater
vent Sen. Barry Goldwater from of the delegation after he and CAN. MO. 1b sail he'd want two.to.ont. : (AP) Op. as well as senatrr and repre.

getting the top presidential Scranton had appeared set." 14 2 2 a1. N C.at'1 The Arizona senator wrappedup ponents of a pi op', nomination. arately before the delegates: TNN his pr.*conv ntlon campaign salary increase for members of President Johnson has been

Henry Cabot Lodge, who None of them lined up with NM, /DMLA AIK, 41/ S with journeys to Chicago and 'Congress promised a floor fight :pushing hard for prompt action

came home from his ambassa. Scranton. Ia/ //l: //ii / // 14 Lansing, Mich., to appear> be. 'today as the S>*nat'. opened ,on the measure, asserting the
dorlal post In South Viet Nam An Associated Press surve ; MISS A GA. tore the blinds and Michigan, floor debate on a S'C4 million 'executive raises are essential to
with the avowed Intention of now credits: Goldwater with 708 y 11% i20' jet ,leltgationa ,federal pay hike bill rataln key personnel in his ad.
promoting Scranton's candidacy of the 1,308 convention delegates / nxa// ,: f He tightened his grasp on the ministration,
had another opportunity to !53 more than the 65" / /lit Illinois delegation, capturing 48 Sponsors of the Uglslation Senate Republican Leader Er.
/
needed tor nomination it he rm: 10/ said they were confident they
DtllGATIS ItCALITI Brett M.
of
in alt.er I1UnoI.
make a case for the Pennsyl. / of the M delegate a poll could beat Dlrkaep told
holds them. IOUH -II. off any major
vanla governor before a Na. the, heard hit menage and i reporter he would like to I8ta
The survey shows 118 ,lele DtGATflIDG10 amendments, Including those I the! bill amended to
from Penn.
tlonal Press Club luncheon aud. a campaign appeal timed give a $10..
at the
gates committed to Gtfdwater i 01 INSTIUCTIOJj congressional I 000 raise to
pence today. a>lvaj>la Gov. William W, I boost. member of Con.
all that Lodge reported by primary election laws W'tn CH-ISATti Mk'';-AUT TOTAL-$ Scranton The poll didn't give I tress, the same M that which
But
strutted by state or dlnti lit run IIroGID82GOLiWATER'S the governor a vote. They said that If the House would be granted Cabinet mem.
minute conferencewith
after a 43 at ventlnns, 62 re"mat ly pt"tel' Gold .ater, who had claimed I could go along with this In. '1) rsHe.
the former president to him and 268 who favor him IIVRIKOKK( MFlMiUkOTrS: : s..u I Harry G"ldattr11I arrive 43 Illinois delegates before the ruse>4 when all of Its members conceded that the chances

Walter the Reed hole Hospital that the Tueslaywas general but are not bound or r.I'ftf'd' t<, in San Francisco on tub 13 with j mmlmun .it.t tHi 1 inn( ,dad firit.ballet votes in hit poll, said he hoped the Chicago i ishowirg I are up for election this year, j or this seemed to be slim Coo.

him. oral for the Republic: : prmulcntial nomination Tim I 1140 totes shy of nomination would end efforts to the I I: Senate should be able to do I ressmen; are now paid< $32,soo
would his preferencefor
announce nomination by the time Scranton, according( lc tun M the \FNeuMiup: shown The dtlegate'vote I IK iktlcuu a as follows l'irtue. of stop his drive for the nomina.. I 10 without difficulty Only one.. I annually.Sena. .

the to the San Francisco survey, has 141 Brathalldwts winning (the f.ilifornii' : and Indiana prlIMrI..1Ihc'\ ..miter ha* 118 l I..all bound toteflie tion-"but I have m) doubts." I I third: of the senators must face William 'roXll'lI,.. D .
he goes of them !hound to him. *" tale Republican com I t he voters this fall. ,Vis., and Frank J
convention Jut' 12. one poked up another 2 > unshakeable totro itT: "'uxh; l .moua en- Richaid J, Kletndlenst, co. Lausche D",
on
conceded. In a hospital Lodge said he 'uuMnt give horn These l\l: 114.1t.lta" will tot' i.r 011l\\.1t'1; i l tW( ..u'e they hate \been Instructed to director of ntH operations for The bill covers about 1.7 mile ()hlo, pledged t tight to knock
Lodge
news conference, that hew any details of his steps. is being somewhat mysterious with Eisenhower on ,rlitiral. lor (irrklwaUr; 'Hut of COUTMall belt are off .if (,old\\ Jtt'r fails to he nominated on the Illinois outcome clinched I postal workers and also all fed. .arguing that a one .. Ihtrd BaT
kwt from their commitment 'oral executive and U.s. Judges aise was not Juatlfled.
li cn ere that he was "on the matters. tin ir t 11.1101 i| The delegates are then utomituall the nomination.






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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, July 1, 1964 '
Y Musso And Frank Grill .



Scranton Says Goldwater Still Boulevard's Best



'Playing Warmongers' Game' HOLLYWOOD, (AP) Jean, and a few French words of com..

Rue rules his realm with a soft: mendatlon.
hr voice and a wooden spoon. HIs i Rue has lived in the aromatic
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah The Illinois delegation tame the chef of the Musso and I, world of Musso and Frank's'for

(AP)-Pennsylvania Gov. Wll. out of a day.long meeting Tues. Frank Grill, the oldest and still,, 42 :years. When he first camp to
lIam W. Scranton said today day, giving 41 of Its 58 votes to ,the restaurant, Hollywood was
Sen. Barry Goldwater Is "play. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arlzo yard. a village with unpaved side

Ing the warmongers' tame" In na. Eight delegates remained In gentle gallic tones M. Rue i, streets. The growing movie so.
proposing use of military force uncommitted. Two declined to wheedles from tradesmen the i! clety was centered on the boule

to solve some International make a choice. most qualitative of provender> vard.i .
problems, Scranton and Goldwater earn for his kitchen. With his spoonhe i I "They all used to come here,"
Scranton declared he be. had met with the delegation for tastes the concoctions of his i, the chef recalled. "Rudolph Val.

lleves Goldwater, the frontrun. an hour. assistant chefs, bestowing a nod I I entlno was a regular customer;
ner for the Republics' Scranton said his strategy In he loved the Italian spaghetti.

presidential nomination, "In his Illinois was aimed more at pub. Charlie Chaplin had lunch here
heart wants peace." lie reaction. The point, he said, almost every day; his favorite
"Isnt he playing the war. was to arouse the publli who Approval ExpectedFor was the boiled lamb with caper

mongers' game when he pro. in turn would Influence the 11.llnols sauce. There were many others
poses authorizing field com. group before it casts the House Revised Douglas Fairbanks, Bebe Dan.

manders to use tactical nuclear first ballot at San Francisco. leis, Alan Hale. I remember
weapons on their initiative; --- -- Civil Rights Bill when Hale first brought In his

when he suggests sending Ma. WASHINGTON (AP) The little boy the boy who Is an

rlnes to capture the Guantana. 20 Feared DeadIn ..... House votes Thursday on the revised actor today."
mo water?" he asked. civil rights bill. Over. Hollywood grew, and restau.
"These are reckless propo. : whelming approval Is expected rants proliferated. The movie

sals," Scranton said. "They are Oil DisasterMORGAN __ : ., ,.. which would send the measureto crowd moved to Beverly Hills

the very opposite of the calm ..." President Johnson for a sym. and the San Fernando Valley.
strength with which President CITY, La. (AP-A R M '_ '_ \ bollc July 4th signing ceremony. But Musso and Frank's contln
Dwight D. Eisenhower for eight shallow pocket of gas puffed -- _U u Tuesda night, a pro.clvll ued. While the younger set pre.
years maintained the world's into a giant blowtorch, touch. right bloc on the House Rules fers flashier places, the boule.

peace. ing off the worst disaster In the (NEA TelephOtO) Committee, by a 10$ vote, vard landmark Is still a favorIte ,
Scranton returned to his at. history of offshore oil drilling cleared the 126-page bill for with film veterans, and especially .
tack on Goldwater after a res. Tuesday, leaving 20 men feared TRICK BLAST KILLS SIX-This battered mass of metal was one of three pieces of fire equipment from Marshall Creek. House floor action. with writers, press

plte Tuesday to appear before dead. Pa. which responded to a truck fire call Just as the firemen went Into action at the scene the truck's load of blasting The House approved the or. agents and advertising men.

Illinois GOP convention delegates "There was fire everywhere," powder exploded, Three firemen were killed Other victims just happened to be nearby. iglnal version on Feb. 10 by a Musso and Frank's was only

In his presidential bid. said 1.. C. Franks, one of the vote of 290 to 130. House mem three years old when Jean Rue

The 58.vote delegation handed 25 survivors. "If hell Is any ,-, :,. :: ." ;:1. . I bers now will vote on the Sen. arrived February 1922. The '
Scranton a setback-but one he worse, I don't want to go there." Things Quieter ;; UAW Ford ate version of the bill. founders have long since passed
said he had exported. The terrific predawn explo. The idea of a Fourth of July from the scene but Rue contln.

Despite gloom in the gover. slon and fire collapsed the C, P. ews Bonita signing ceremony moved a ues his guardianship of the
nor's party in the wake of the Baker, a $6-mllllon floating oilrig Search Goes On E Set To Talk Rules Committee member, Rep. kitchen :

Illinois results, Scranton turned and sent it plunging 180 feet from William M. Colmer, D-Miss., to A native of Limoges, France
his campaign westward to woo to the bottom of the Gulf of For Trio L By RAE WEAR New ContractDETROIT declare "I think It would be a Rue served two years of appren.
Rights in the old be.
delegations In Utah, Washing Mexico. :=- .. ::;;:.F desecration.. ticeship country
ton and Oregon. Two bodies were recovered.An AP (CAP) United Another Soutnerner, Rep. Joe fore graduating to Maxlme's and
PHILADELPHIA Miss.
Scranton said In a statement intensive search found no -This little town-cast, Into( national .) Mrs.Gertrude Bt'llendorfpus. lalo, Neb. She was 52 years of i Auto Workers President WalterP. D. Waggonner, Jr., D.La., pre La Rue. After cooking on the
"I do not agree with my oppon. trace of 18 men. 10 ed away suddenly Friday, June age. ] Reuther said today a new dieted that the civil rights bill French Line, he landed in New
ent for the Republican nomina. The 18 "are probably still prominence days ago of 20, in a camping area west cf She and her husband Fay were (contract between the UAW and and the racial issue "Is going York, then the Ambassador Hotel *

tlon for president of the United aboard the Baker at the bot. by the bafflingdisappearance their daughter's home In Ogal on their annual summer vacation. j Ford Motor Co. "will be workedout to be the Issue whether you here.
almost
three civil workers-ti
tom said Jack Bates of Read. rights She will be burled In the fam In A smallish man of CC
States that within five or 10 back to normal. ( Detroit where cars are want it or not" In the Novem. years,
years our country Is going to be Ing and Bates Offshore Drilling The search for the missingtrio Uy plot In Arlington National Ce. r made, not In Washington." ber presidential election he has a brush mustache and a
In a 'real nuclear war' or else Co., owner of the giant rig- metery, in Arlington, Va., today. Reuther's statement was "The Democratic party hoped lean figure despite a lifetime of
be subjugated without actually two 360.foot hulls witha goes on. Fay can be reached at the r made at a news conference for a me-too Republican candidate intimacy with food.
war. anxious Earl BelleBehind
There no more
"I have not given up on free derrick mounted between of are residents crowding daughter's home c-o McNell1,199 prior to opening of negotiations so the line never would be Nothing much riles M. Rue,
dom," said Scranton. "I have them. groups street Discussion of the Astam Circle, VacVlew, Layton, t between I Ford and the UAW. drawn," he said. "Now it appears but he does express dismay over
not given up on America and I The rig had moved to its new corners. Is Utah, where he will remain for He was asked "will the fact that It won't be a me.too the way Americans eat

have not given up on maintain. drilling spot 72 miles off the limited mysterious to quick disappearance questions and Bars some time. t that both you and Henry Ford candidate, and the line Is goingto "The gourmet has almost dlfo-
Ing the peace of the world." Louisiana coast southwest of this occasional Survivors Include her father Q[ have come out In support of be sharply drawn." appeared," he lamented.
fishing town last Sunday. Jokes.A Carl Hoffman, Englewood, Fla.; j President Lyndon Johnson He mentioned no names. But "Americans are too much In a
Half of the 43 persons aboard week ago today, a large three daughters, Mrs. Lav rne r make any difference in the negotiations Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arlzo. hurry. In Europe the people

were asleep when the drillingcrew force of FBI agents, state high. Berg, Watangers Falls, N.Y.;: 8ro. ?" na, front.runner for the GOP spend one hour, two hours, even
Sen. DirksenTo encountered a shallow way patrolmen and other In. For FraudPITTSBURGH Mrs.Barbara Palmatler, Aurora Malcolm Denise, Ford vice nomination, voted against the three hours over the midday
moved Into Philadelphia
pocket of gas under high pressure vestlgators hills and .; and Mrs. Jean McNet1l; eight president. relations, said civil rights bill In the Senate meal. They know how to enjoy
to comb the
at 680 feet Two others CAP) Earl grandchildren and two great. while he considered UAW de. and said parts of It were un food.
were in a service barge tied up swamps of Neshoba County for :Belle, who gained fame as a grand-chlldren. mauds as reported In the pressto constitutional.The .
Nominate alongside the rig. clues In the disappearance of youthful financier and later no. The Bellendorfs came here t be exorbitant, he hoped for bill was not changed In

The gas engulfed the giant ap. Michael Schwerner and Andrew {i,toriety as a fugitive In Brazil, from Llbertyvllle, BU, In 1945, an agreement "consistent with any basic way in the Senate.Its House Will Vote
paratus and a stray spark Goodman, two white New York Is behind prison bars today, and resided for a time In the common sense" 11 sections Include bans on
touched off the explosion and ers, and James Chaney, a Negro ;faced with a 21,4' -year Jail sen Imperial River Court. Later the)' The issue of Improved work. discrimination In public accom. On $3.3 Billion

GoldwaterWASHINGTON > from nearby Meridian. I tence. built and operated the Cut and j ing conditions appeared a top and
fire.The sailors from modatlons, employment Foreign Aid Bill
Dungaree-clad The 32.year.old Plttsburgher, Curl on the South
Shoppe
dead men were identified Beauty j Item' in the FOrd-UAW talks. federally aided programs.

(AP) Sen. as Don Demars of Bayou Vista, the Joined Navy's the air search field by at order Meridian of :in a surprise move, appeared in Tamlaml Trail, which continuesIn The first week of contract It gives the attorney general WASHINGTON (AP) The .

Everett M. Dirksen of Dllnols La.; and Ernest J. Schadler of President Johnson. U.S. District Court Tuesday and operation talks: In the nation's largest In. power to speed desegregation of House votes today on the $3.3.

said today he has agreed to Lake Charles, La. The trio-part of a task force pleaded guilty to 26 counts of lustry got underway Tuesday public schools, parks and play. billion foreign! aid npproptU
nominate Sen. Barry Goldwater The missing men were from fraud and record falsification. THANK YOU v when a team headed by grounds, and to help Individuals lions bill with Rep. Otto E.l'ass.
for the Republican presidential Louisiana and Mississippi and working on a summer-long Ne. He also was fined $10,000. The family of the late Earl j Reuther sat down with representatives secure equal protection of the man set to make a lisMitdi at. I
nomination at the party's the survivors from Louisiana, gro voter registration campaignIn Belle, charged with pocketing Michael Weeks wish to convey of General Motors tempt to cut the measure.
ventlon 13 con. Texas, Arkansas and Alabama. this racially troubled state- $879,000 In corporate funds, their thanks to their many friends (:orp. The Louisiana Democrat, who
opening July in San
Francisco. , - '" ,' were 21 after last posting seen the' $20 night bond of when June pleaded no defense. tq 18 other, and neighbors, for the many acts Negotiations, with the last,9f law.Army ..has led successful efforts to I


DirVjcn, ,the ,Senate Repub. POSTMAN'S FAREWELLIIAtthSVlUE counts. of sumpathy Extended to them' t the: big three auto producers.-; trim aid measures year after
Jailed on a speeding charge' Opening
Judgtf'Rabe! F. Marsh quizzed their I how 'of sorrow.
llcan leader, told a reporter he ( Ky.APThe( ) Residents of Neshoba It during C Chrysler are scheduled to year, will try to rut the present
had advised Goldwater day before he retired the balding, nattily attired The town of Bonita Springs, begin t: Thursday. Flrst.round bill to $3 billion before the final
some Arthur "wolf" In Choctaw-
means Belle about his guilty plea and Leo' Parish
especially St. was Million
American Motors
talks with $3.6 House vote.
time ago that he would give Webb, a rural! mall carrier, Bent were at first resentful of the In. and :
then the Jail term
Imposed saddened the tragic
by
deeply 8. liowev ,.
"serious and substantial consid.ration" the following postal card 10 all vaslon by investigators and start July Unlike years past, "
tint>. accident which took the life of Cuirent: three-year contracts Passman will not have the Sill
to such amide his
any request. im route: 100
"The request has been made, "Dt lIr I'utron.: It has been awonderful nearly"We're newsmen.not accustomed to Marsh also gave Della a suspended Michael Weeks who was burled v with the Big Three, covering Lock At OlgaBoat port of the House Appro|>rl.itlon'
sentence and placed him from St. Leo's Church Tuesday some 550,000 workers, all ex. Committee whldi tarts' a uw
and 1 have agreed to do It he ,
de.
experience to serve large numbers of strangers
said u.h a fine and loyal ufpeople. on five years probation in con. afternoon and Interred In Bonita lire Aug. 31. traffic on the Caloosahat- chairman, Rep George It.
group scendlng upon us at once and nectlon with federal indictments chee River will
Springs Cemetery. begin using the Mellon D,Tex
Dirksen Is a delegate from ( I have rejoiced with asking a lot of questions," saida The union began outlining Its ,
returned against him In New new $3.6 million navigation lockat
M.ihon asked the House Thos'day
Illinois.
He supported Goldwa. muny of you when you received local businessman. In set of 34 so.
Is 3M: goals a
Jersey. The probation to Olga on July 6,1t was I1I Oune. to President Johnson
let at a caucus of that group In I letters from loved ones away Last week it was difficult to HOSPITAL CELEBRATIONS called papers" deal. support
start after completion of the c "position ed by Major George L. Harman
In his first full fiscal year
Chicago Tuesday. A poll showed from home. 1 have Hummed when tell if a warning to stay oft the Jail term. LARNED, Kan (APMr.. and II>ng with specific contract pro. deputy district engineer for the
But Passman In a speedlwith
48 of the 58 Illinois delegates Home received letter of bad streets after dark was a warn. Belle won fame In financial Mrs Roy England of Lamed are irislons and working conditions U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. sweeping gestures, |said>l,
favored Goldwater. newN. I have anticipated with Ing or just friendly advice.At II. becoming accustomed to cele. the proposals are a re.
circles as the architect of a Among The 56-foot wide and 400-foot ,
to I'm
"I have no ax grind very
In saying he would put Gold.water' you that long awaited Utter that Jackson, civil rights lead. nancial empire headquarteredin bratmg special occasions in a quest for double time for work long navigation lock Is a part
fond of President. But you
name before the never came: When I mane mU- my
con.
ers announced they had dropped ho.piul. liter hours a day or on
Pittsburgh. It included the eight of a multi-million dollar Improve. and 1 know he doesn't know
ventlon for the presidency, taken your understanding! car. plans to send volunteer college Eastern Investment Develop. They celebrated their silver S Saturday, and triple pay for ment theCaloosahatchee Riveras "
anything about this hill
Dirksen confirmed a report pub. tied! me nn. May the yeurw ahead students into parts of the state ment Corp, Cornucopia Gold wedding anniversary in a wailing S Sunday; and holidays. a floodway channel for tho So far Johnson has been un.
Ilshed today by the New York bring you und your Tamil Ilea much because of a "pattern of terror Mine Inc. and other firms. room of a hospital where Fnjland Central and FloridaFlood ,
Southern usually sucessful with the bill,
Herald Tribune. Mini ,". Other goals embrace plans
joy pcuc and vigilantism In the whole With the enterprise, which was recovering from surgerv j for early retirement with high. Control Project. Improve which often has been shred southwest and In the area north. the government said was found A few months earlier theirdaughter Increased ment of the channel and construe. In the roprHtlon staRe Thevotes
;ir pensions, vaca ;
east of Jackson on worthless paper, about to wax married in a hose ions additional and tion of the lock ties In with the today, however, will I*
Robert Moes, director of the fold, Belle fled to South Amer. petal I because mother nf the in Increase, in the holidays present $3.01 Army Engineers program! to the most rudal so fir In till

LOWREY ORGANS Council of Federated Organize ica In July 1953. bride and groom were patientsthere. lourly wage. raise the dikes around Lake long legislative pro ess that for
tlon's summer project, said paid There he stayed for about Okeechobee in order to preserve elRii: all moves throtifh every}
staff workers more expert five years while most of the greater quantities of water In the
enced in civil rights work than firms went bankrupt and six "'N' , ..._ ....... liquid heart of the l8.countyfkod year
1'1 the volunteers-probably wouldbe men associated with Belle either control project. Improvement of

i O4u4AiAQ, sent into southwest Mis. pleaded guilty or were con.vlcted the Caloosahatchee River chan Passes
:: eisslppl to assess the situation. of fraud. A bank In nel will permit the Army En. Congress

x., IREMENDOUSALUE ;j< COFO Is coordinating the civil Edgewater, N.J., involved In the lYrr glneers to better regulate the Transit System's
:; rights drive by the National
enterprise, also failed. lake and get rid of floodwaters
Association for the Advance. Belle was accused of taking First Aid
<: Army Engineer Albert R. Program
/ ... ment of Colored People, the $87',000! in missing a'countsln Broadfoot of Clewlston who Is
Congress of Racial Equality, the Cornucopia and Eastern In. In charge of operation of the com WASHINGTON: (AP) .\ftera

the Students Non-Violent Coor. vestment dealings.In pleted flood control project, said flve-year fight, Congress has

diluting Committee and the Brazil, Belle enjoyed a the contractor will begin clos. passed Its first rrogram of fetl.
a Commission on Race and Rell. which eral aid lor mmmuter: mass
non-extradition sanctuary Ing the bypass chinnel around
I i' :' gion of the National Council of has attracted several UJS. bust the lock site on July 6 and all boat transit systems.

Churches nessmen charged with financial traffic will be required to use the President Johnson had strong'I I
. ,' ly harked the measure \
rongdolngs. new navigation lock after that Final
+ : Last winter Belle, dressed In date Hours of operation for the rongreislonal action
came Tuesday when the Senate
. Rejected AppointmentFor summer clothing returned to lock will be from 6 a.m. until
a': factory Authorized the first and only timeIn the United States, vowing his 1' 8 p.m. seven days a week. The voted 47 to 30 to accept[ House
changes In the bill
US history the Senate Innocence and asking onl) to lift of the new lock will *e 3.2 which pro.
SPECIAL SAVINGS 50.300 on Dec 15 1795.: rejected clear his name. \ y feet, Broadfoot said. vldes S375! million In grants to

i" 0' DEMONSTItATO"s, IUNTAU, President Washington's nom. Brazilian authorities Mid The lockmaster will be Clyde three cities and states over the next

e' FLOOIt MODELS an" USED OItGANSStarle" Inatlon of John Rutledge of Belle nude a hasty departure Gale, formerly of the St. Lucie years.
outh Carolina. as the second rather than face charges of In. Lock. Major Harman said all boat Sponsors said l it should helpat

I \Y $ 449.90 Chief Justice of the Supreme teinational. check Indlini In traffic navigating the waterway least halt a the few rules to rebuildor
decline of transit
Tar Incl'd Court Brazil. should use caution In approachingthe
Holiday Deluxe $1072.44 : r- lock and should await a signal systems that have suffered from
competition with the
Tux I'1'd from the lock operator before en. automobile.
Lincoln Wood Deluxe teeing the lock.Contracts Opponents aIled transit a )loral
problem, and contended if I!\ would
have been awardedb
s23s1,2s cost S10 billion for the federal!
the Corps of Engineers
Tax IncI'dI pre. government to undertake to
*** PETSAVALON <-** vlousl) for enlarging the Calo. meet all needs In the field.

I osahatchee River channel from Under the legislatl the vicinity of Beautiful Island ington would! put up lwo-thirds
KENNELS near Fort Myers to a point of the net cost of any project.
lotLOWREY ut prove near Fort Denaud, distance if The state or city would providethe
THE ORGAN It theeasiest FOOTLOOSE \ND FVNH: '.FREE- The spirit was willing about 24 miles Work under anoth. remaining one.third

to play ef all musical Instruments Just Off Trail 3 Miles South (' mil beyond but the feet were tired of toting their owners shoes across er contract for Improvement of The federal funds could be
Court House) at ATtlon EatsteaBOARDING acres and acres of New' York World's Fair grounds The air, the Ortona Lock Spillway has used to buy land, right-of-way,

cooled seats are examples of rest,awhile balm provided by been completed. Enlargement of parking facilities, buses, nil
ALL various exhibitors at the fair the section of the river from Fort cars, signal equipment, stationsand
Denaud to LaBelle and construe terminals.

don of a spillway at the Moore The Senate passed Its first
Story & Clark & Lowery DAY WEEK MONTH Haven Lock to eliminate dig transit aid bill in 1960, but the

charge of floodwaters through the House has been reluctant to

ICINK NENNEIIr lock are scheduled to get under. enter the field. The present bill,
PIANOS %LUL' IcNNEL5( IJ way later this year, Major Har. with strong support from the
-'- man said. late President Kennedy
for tM soyaApprusctl ALLIED John F. ,
The new floodway channel will received Senate approval In
lye, ON CALL be about 14 feet deep and 150 April 1M3 and the House
passed
20 % OFF ", .' UfO KINNCL' site DAVia sly D, MI 1.144' to ISO::; feel wide when completed. last Thursday 212 to 189.II .
Price IU0 PROOFED However, Army Engineers
"DUHK H DOC" a MS. b2usL1
/
point out that the controlling
ALLIED U"YCW, CO.as .
"g J" "....s H Mapse Asel'"ncn . depth for vessels using the Ok... RrNEw rout.DRIVER'S .
Van Der Veer Music CenterNaples w.+t to Co",",." ri, aM Do", ..'.. ...I."t.." I.",,,,,,.,,, chobe Waterway from Fort My. LICENSE
era on the West Coast to Stuart lBIA1H

Shopping Center Ph. MI 24632 :: -liiiiJJr j feet.:on the East Coast, Is only eight MONTH








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NEW YORK (AP-After Ru.
; 41 ry dl Gernrelch's remarks favor Mrs. P.J Valentine won the AI Bush and his brother George
tag the birthday suit for swim. prize for the outstanding fish spent the week at the Islet of Ca.
) J tNG M 1HTIN ming, decrying Victorian prud. story of the week Not to be pre Fishing Lodge They were
9y Ishness, predicting a more lion stopped by the lack of the pro. visited this weekend by some of
est morality for the new gen. per bait, she proved that cat. their friends from Leesburg,
fish can be caught on kind Fla., and most of
eratlon and admitting vtearlnessover any spent the time
After about 20 years without seeing each other the whole stir created by of bait Mrs Val.nllcaueht! snook fishing In shifts, day and

Mrs. Joseph Mullally and the E. W. Timberlakes are doinga his topless bathing suit, ever). a catfish on Italian sausage night, so they wouldn't miss an}

lot of visiting back and forth now that Mrs. Mullallyis one thought his models would Mr. and Mrs Earl Kelley Mr. of the large snook swimming:
bare nearly' all. and Mrs. Ed Ford, Mr. and Mrs. around. They all returned
living in St. Petersburg During the war Gen. Timber', Instead they' emerged as cored \'. L.L. Loath had a covered-dish with their limit They released'

lake was In charge of anti-aircraft defense of Washing. up ai Egyptian mummies dinner at the Loach home. They most of the fish which weighed un.
hl'lml'l.d.'t'lIed, wrapped, ate dinner and plated) cards der 15: pounds.
ton, D.C., and Mrs. Mullally served with him as a plane stockinged and booted with onlya Miss Karen Kelley spent a Bill Weir of Orlando had to

spotter. She will be here this weekend and will meet few nude noses and fingertip couple of days last week with cut his vacation short because

many of the Timberlakes' friends Saturday night when *. Miss Maurene Woodson of Brook. of Illness in his family Natural.
The real shock treatment, dl*. side Village.Miss Maurene Wood. 1}', his children had to wait until
they gather for a pot-luck supper and to watch the covered fashion reporters hereto son came: home with Karen and vacation lime to catch the mumps.
fireworks from the beach. preview the American design spent a couple of days} here on while he was anticipating catch.
era series of fall soles, are the the "Isles." lag some of those large snook.
those to be there Mr. and
Among planning are
broad stripes combined with Eekle Kelley had as his guest Walt Strote arrived Monday
Mrs. S. Meredith Strong Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond List, black stockings and shoes, the Mike Riley of Naples They spent night from Rockford, ni., for a

Mrs. Horace Wright, Mrs. Richard Brand, Mr. and Mrs. electric polka dots oil dark most of their time fishing and tweMveek vacation at the Isles
backgrounds or the stalk white swimming. of Capri Motel and Marina.
Archie Turner, Henry Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Kne. makeup on the motels Miss Connie Kelley "la spend Col. and Mrs. John C. Hattox

be), Jack Fawcett, Dr. Francis Ford and. Mr. and Mrs. But Rudl st)lee lmmo George Thomas. Well meaning old ladles who MarinI in Mlramar. The Marlnls several days last week They
have written him In protest to returned home for a week and caught their limit of snook welfih*
Dr. Ford is in town briefly on business. Next weekhe the 1,000 topless bat Mm suit took Connie with them Ing up to 18 pounds while fishing

will rejoin Mrs. Ford at their farm in New Florence, Pa. currently In circulation should with Capt. Paul Wlnchell.
see his girls In their black knee STILL HAS TOUCH
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas are in Naples for two montns. .I bloomers, black. stocking, l'r- Also deserving a prize Is Miss
They have been at The Surfside and for July will move '4W" "i.;' shades of the Civil War pant a. Rosemary Loach. She decided to

Into the Carl Hertzberg house on the beach. Mr. Thomas JUKE BOX said! to be nearly100 years old Is a possession of Mrs.R. loons-knee pants under dress.es. t.lkel1me to flslifnrlhufirst Famous Conductor

t I is connected with the Pfizer Company. After six years in B. Flood, 4971 :Ninth Street :Noith. She has a collection of 31 big, Sure. the dresses are short, per in three, one years grouper She, and caught one snook snap. Pierre Monteux

Buenos round metal disc recordings( of old time tunes. See story) few just managed to the which she released.Mr. .
Aires, they are returning to this country and nhntM a cover Dies At Age Of 80
(IKPWS ,
"v.v thighs. But what gr ami in other and Mrs. Joe Johnson of
will live in the New York
area could complain with all that log Pompano Poach, spent the work HANCOCK, Maine (AP) --
The Knebels leave on Sunday for their former homein One Of Few In Existence:; covering plus tight suede ilp.perud end at tho Isles of Capri Motel Prencluhorit Pierre Munleux.

Washington, D.C. Mrs. Knebel will stay in Washing. boots up to the knees and Marina. They spent two days' 89, a commanding figure ammo .
The yashmak hat a down. fishing In Little Marco Pass for orchestra conductors for hall l i
ton while Mr. Knebel divides the time between New Civil War over-tlip-mouth helmet with a snook The results were definite century, tied early today at in>
York and Washington on an assignment for look Maga. For Sale-Juke Box Style slit In It to avoid the need for ly good with some of the snook home after a long illness
zine! a guide dog Is what Rudl''weighing.. close to 14 pounds. Monteux's sister, Mrs. David
BY SAM ENGLAND or's Life," and many other old years ago In England and had calls his hat for the now non. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schoeneck of Michlln, said he had< been con.
Would you like to buy a Jukebox time tunes. It shipped t here. smoker. With dressier dresses, Miami spent the weekend at the fined to his bed for several
SETS COURSE RECORD . Civil War vintage, The polyphon belongs to Mrs. Barber reported he made the !Ills& models hide under floppy Isles of Capri Motel and Marina. months and died in his sleep
Mrs. Roland Lamontagne (Lisa Timberlake) writes that is, bearing a brand name R.B. Flood 4971 Ninth Street, purchase from an owner In Eng veils. They went fishing and enjoyedthe Monteux's fast conductors!) )
that Lt. Lamontagne will receive his wings July 8th andin "polyphon" and estimated to be North. It stands about seven foot land who had had possession of Lest anyone conclude that lie wonderful weather we had was of the Dallct Husse 11',
near 100 years old? tall, In a combination which In. the Instrument since about 1930. has reverted to an -fashioned last weekend. trance lit 1910. The rompam
August they will be transferred from Texas to MatherAir It's In good working order, too eludes the machinery, room for This owner bought It at an antique ruddy duddy Rudi sent one Dr. and Mrs. F.D.Stanfordand touted the United States In 1'Ui,
Force Base in Sacramento, Cal. In his "spare" time It's one that you wind up, and It the record to play In place, and sale and Its history beyond that brave model onto the runwayIn family of Orlando also derided and Monteux stayed! on to Ii', .
Lt. his plays about six minutes. If the the record tray where the 34 re. Is not known. that now famous bra evening i do some fishing for snook. The)' come conductor of the FuMiih''
Lamontagne manages to keep golf game polishedto coin box is locked, you will needa cords are stored. The works probably were made ,dress designed to cover the caught 10 snook weighing up to repertory of the MI'tt'I"UI.II'Opt'fa '
the point of recently setting a new course record at coin about the size of a Con. Mrs. Flood has had the Poly. In Switzerland and the cabinet cleavage. It lets the sides fall i,,10 pounds while fishing out of the for three years.
Connally Field, Waco, Tex. federate penny minted about 100 phon about five years. She acquired was manufactured and suppliesby where they may, !Isles of Capri Motel and Marina.Mr. He then took over as ('onrur
years ago. Perhaps a new half- It from Frank Barber, D. Harper and Co., of Lon. "But where is the topless Charles Junkins and Mr, tor of the Doubt Symphony or.
It is a sure sign of summer when the Naples mermaids -dollar might do( the trick.It who purchased It about seven don, England. 1'bathing suit?" asked photogra. I C.A. Shelly both of Miami also choMra for five years and u .i:
have their weekly get-together. This is a very plays a metal record, disc. A similar Instrument Is part :pliers with cameras aimed. i stayed at the Isles of Cuprl Mo. Conductor of the! Conrertgelxiuw
going, relaxed who bring their sand shaped, punched full of holes, of the collection of ancient must. "It's never been modeled put). I let and Marina. They went snook of Amsterdam Symphony out
own
easy
group and measures about 20 Inches in Instruments found at Home's tidy' ," retored Rudl vtrtuou.I)'. I fishing and proved to be quite suc. nine years
wiches for a few hours of chatting, swimming, sewing, diameter. There is a collection County Sanitarian Cars of Yesterday In Sarasota. i"At least nut by me." O' just sitting Last Thursday Mrs. John Bingham was of 34 records to go with the In. There Is another, modernized II Mr. and Mrs Hugh Matt and United States and picked up UK
hostess and strument. In the collection you Attends ConferenceIn to play after deposit of current family I of Plant Cltyen$| theIr pieces of the faltering San !Fr.'II.'
tomorrow Mrs. S. Meredith Jr. will
Strong can find the Blue Danube" fora coins in the Farmer's MarketIn Cow Tries To Take I stay al till Isles ot Capri Mold' Cisco Symphony, directing I I 1"1" i
entertain. waltz; "Holy City" for rellg. PhiladelphiaRobert West Palm Beach. There Is ]and Marina. Thuchildrenall went 17 years.!

The day camp sponsored by the Girl Scouts is all lous mllr.te; and on the lighter R. Wheeler, RS, chief another In a bar In Fort Pierce, Expressway Home :Bwlmmlng.whllo their parent en. Monteux and! Ms wife, Don,
side, "W' f Did I Leave My Lit. sanitarian Collier County Health It Is reported. Joyed hauling In those snook. llodgklns Monteux, lived on an
set to go with about 50 eager campers counting the days tie Back Room" or "You Were Department, Is attending the 28th There Is a placelnSwltzerland OKLAHOMA CIIV: Okl.\' Staying with Capt Paul Win. estate near her birthplace, li> rv.
'til July 13th when it opens for its five-day session. Un. Only Teasing Me", or the "Sail. Annual Education Conference of and one In New York City where (AP)-Traffic was heavy duringthe I shell last weekend is hIs grand. for many summers. DM)..
fortunately, many little children had to be turned down the National Association of Saul. records with modern tunes punch.ed evening rush hour Tuesday i father W.W Wlnihell vf Hock moved her permanently In 10-,-
tartans being held in Philadel.phiaaPLe put can be purchased at $23 when a cuw meandered onto a ;I II port, Ind. He has bran fishing! when Monteux, stepped down 4
because of the lack of response to the call for adult ReverendVilson pole,\ week. per record. It Is said the old, I north expressway :and vUUlng with his grand San Francisco ,, d. i i
l leaders': ," .1", tlfMIMQlfl' Wff H* Keynote" speaker at''the Can.ference records, made about the time the A. .hItU opter:. .plot/ ,iflaying 'children while Imre. : Even In, rollieiiient !bouJiud
At la mach'ie was manufactured sell traffic conditions to a radio sta.tlon Misses Peggy and Joanne Win. made many guest condurtlnr
Mr and Mrs. leston Faneuf are leaving The Surfsidethis Filling Pulpit Dr. Luther L. Terry,
for $10 each If can find one saw the bovine Hoveringover appearances'
Surgeon General of the United you I rhull rude tho bus to Miami to
week. After two weeks in Buffalo they go to their First MethodistThe States Public Health Servlce.The for sale. It, he herded the cow from 'I visit I wllhthoirgramlpuremts, Mr. Monteux once said ho liked

mountain home at Lake Wilmut, Hoffmeister, N. Y., for Rev. Harry Parham conference Includes sessions on the road and Into a nearby ,I and Mrs.: P.ll.: Wlnchdl for the I Iliahms, Deelhoven' Schumann:
and "
pas. field. the rest of the summer. tor of the First Methodist Church, air pollution, food sanitation, accIdent Church EdificeTo

When the Faneufs return in the fall they will move and family, are vacationing in and control other, educational environmentalhealth
Georgia this week, and before Open SundayIn -
into their new home on Lantern Lane which was for. their return Reverend Parham alone

merly owned by Dr. and Mrs. Ashley Howes. will attend the Southeastern Jur. The Pennsylvania Society of Fort MyersThe
Professional Sanitarians, an at.
isdlctlonal
Conference as a re.
flliate of the National Associationof First Church of Christ, "BANG
WINDING UP EUROPEAN TRAVELS serve delegate from the Florida
Conference Sanitarians, are hosts of this Scientist, Fort Myers, has an.
Mr. and Mrs. William Brunk and Dr. and Mrs. S. F. In their absence, both the :year's conference flounced that a new edifice will 1
be opened Sunday, July 3. It Is
Singer are on the last l lap of a two-month European jaunt. morning and evening services at --- located on McGregor Boulevardand

In May they flew to London and for six weeks toured the church the next two Sundays West First Street There UP"Thursday
will be conducted by the Rev R
will be services at U a.m. and
the continent. Last week they boarded a freighter i in Richard Wilson, Pastor of Christ r r 4 p.m.

Bergen, Norway, for the trip home which will be via Methodist Church in Dra'lenton. Sunday School will convene at

the St. Lawrence Seaway to Chicago. The Brunks and 11 a.m., but the nursery will be Friday And All Next Week
,
open for both services, a spokes
Singers will visit in their former home, Otfumwa, Iowa, Square Dancers man said.

before returning to Naples the middle of the month.

Mr. and Mrs. Justus I I. Wakelee leave in about a Plan Beach Party \ # e 4"I
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week for three months at Sugar Hollow Farm, Asheville, Saturday AfternoonThe Swimmer Lost "

N C. Their daughter Justine will spend the next three Sunshine Shufflers aquare

months between Naples, Asheville, and Englewood, N.J. Dance Club of Naples will havea In Atlantic i

Next Thursday Mrs. F, M. Simonds leaves for the beach party Saturday afternoonand ALL

north. She will spend a few days in Atlanta with her son evening.at 3 pjn.Swimming at the foot will of: 11th begin Swim AttemptNEW SWIM SUITS "

and his family, and celebrate her birthday with them. Avenue, South. All friends ol YORK (AP-The) CoastGuard ...... : BLOUSES

After visiting friends in East Hampton, L. I I., Mrs. Simondswill the club are Invited to attc id has abandoned ,< Uo '
Mass. with her for and bring their families. da) search for Britt Sullivan, "/I. Arrow
go to Edgartown, to stay sister By Lady
Following the swimming there ti, 29, who reportedly dlsan' >eared
the rest of the summer. will be a picnic supper,and afterwards Sunday the filth, dam nt her attempt ; V3 OFF I

On the way back from two weeks Army duty in the group will watch the / 4. o'b to swim to Furope:

Georgia recently, William Watkins stopped in Oxford, fireworks display. : Planes, cutters and hllcoiters| 1/4 OFF

. ..-' N. C., to see his grandparents and others in the family. The Shufflers held a workshop of the Coast Guard ,ear''hed the 5 4 Nationally Adv Lines ..
' session Tuesday evening at their arr T" i 1 r Atlantic Ocean olf Long 'Island :\,
4 t
His parents, the James Watkins, were happy to get the club rooms In the Chlumjk H l but> found no tra<'e of her. She Ovtr 200 New yak .

family news, but they will soon be off for Oxford them. Building on Central.Avenue Ray l,ul 1 failed to rendezvous with 1 A"I..I.lnd.d.d Now Priced From

selves and will first hand. After Castle ran the sets through the an" esi,ort boat
get everything they $2.25: to $6,00
Tea Chain the Island Chain
Cup
close The Gallery around the 10th they go to North :
the Daisy Star, and the Crazy
Carolina until September. Daisy until they were rated "al !j1'1"''' "

most perfect" For the first EXCLUSIVE AT R&R ,\
BOUND FOR THE FAIR time this summer, the group got

The end of next week Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Neu. busy learning a round dance, In Our SpecialIndividuality' e

mann and their four children leave for their summer this case, Hawaiian Charms.

home in New Suffolk, L. I. They plan several excursions During the Intermission, a ;
birthday cake was cut in honor of( in . ALL _
to tho Fair before returning to Crayton Road in Florence Coe, Joe Mellon, and CLOSE-OUT

time for the opening of school. Bill Sell. Plans were made to DRESSES
GIFTS
Dr and Mrs. Richard Brashear are entertaining their send a set to Fort Meu on SPECIAL

Laurie and Blake Grundman for Thursday evening to brine! back 'V' .. unoriea f
grandchildren, Sally, the K.-lss Krois banner. Paradise

10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Grundman will be The next dance it the Shuffieri DOnVt'NDERflVltB- Antiques \

here for the weekend and take the children back to Hall will be another workshcp provocative toning gow n KITTEN SHOES -a 113 y.., "
OFF .r
-lustralia'stop
St. Petersburg with them. on Tuesday, July 7.11 square was during INTERIORS
dancers are Invited to attend, fashion rent the presentation Only 40 Pmt, left i
Capt. and Mrs. W A. Burton and Mr. and Mrs and nt the gold medal
vLsltors are welcome tocoir .
FurmtuieUpholstering
C. J. Copely returned Tuesday morning from a five-day and watch. The regular saturday awards held In SdneThe- Original Price $14.95 r4 .. .O : ." BackOver >.
goo n rot I \uxii" fabric has a OOIlI'I
'., slut and ,
club dance will be j s
to St. Petersburg aboard the Burtons' boat eve ilng
trip triangular( ltllJl IIllh a deeptuned Draperies NOW $5.00 models to choost from
Tomorrow evening Mrs. Horace Wright is giving a on Jutli.. feather edging Carpeting ; ,, '

small dinner party for Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Truesdale The -- --- I .

Truesdales and their two children are here to spend the This Week Special: ,-= .
Permanent Wave
month of July with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Truesdale. Dr.

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JULY 1 1964 r ] a.' ...., > -jiD 'Drrt'tlpClndrnt *

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Anybody Can, Of Course, Change Their MindOn lJ 1V.1SHINGTON-4NEAI-: Despite President Johnson's d.nials. .-
is now seriously considering ways t'
isij the United Slates ,
mililary-cconomle pressure on 110 Chi Minh s Nortl
June 15, 1964, U. S. Chief Jus- was completely dominated by boss rule. )' 1'iel bring Nam.

tlce Earl! Warren wrote the opinion of The liberal election laws and legislative These plans will be held for use In an emergency.

the Supreme Court which held that both reapportionment of the system have liberated t ., North's One proposal already wobbly< economy.aim the first There military would moves be Increasin at th

houses of State legislatures must be apportioned us from such domination Any &Na sabotage of cOIl1nunlrallons-brldges. roads. shipping. Then

on a population basis weakening of the laws would invite a ;I' would be a partial land and sea blockade of Red Ilos supph

U, S, News and World Report has return to boss rule which we are now \ lines.

recalled that in 1948, when Californiawas happily rid of. VEILED THREATS of these U. S. actions would corm

considering a proposal to apportion "Our State has made almost unbelievable first. These t threats would be coupled with suggestions oi
the State War under :LN. #i J possible economic aid (principally rice and other foods) ann
senate by population, progress our present system .
( to
trade. There would be hints of a willingness guarantee
then California and of I believe
ren Governor of legislative representation. I llo's border

Republican nominee for Vice President we should keep it," ,11 would be made clear that these promises would be fulfilled

opposed the proposal as follows We cannot but agree with the Mr. .. only' If Ho would' take his cadres out of Laos and tell
the Viet fang In South Viet Nam that they were now on their
"Many California counties are far Warren of 1948. What made him changehis uw n.

more important in the life of the State mind so completely is beyond our E Some tacticians favor parallel moves In the United Nation!

than their population bears to the entire ken but Warren's 1964 thinking makesone to guarantee the borders of Laos. South Viet Nam. Cambodiaand
North Viet Nam. I
population of the State. It is for this wonder if he hasn't developed a The program calls for a gradual step-up of harrassment and

reason that I have never been in favorof hole in the head. threats of harrassmenl alternating with repeated promises

restricting the representation in the It Is most regrettable that U. S. News U j1 of aid. !

senate to a strictly population basis. and World Report did not sooner come NEITHER SECRETARY OF STATE Dean Rusk's strategists \

"It Is the same reason that the Found up with Warren's 1948 opinion. Attorneys nor Defense Secretary Robert McNamara's aides believe

ing Fathers gave balanced representationto arguing against apportionment of these moves would end the war either In Laos or in South

the States of the Union equal representation both houses of State legislatures on population Viet They Nam.estimate the Viet Cong in South Viet Nam are now

in one house and proportionate considerations alone would have MODERATES able to put up a strong fight without aid from llo's northern l

representation based on populationin had a powerful and, we believe, a most Communist regime. I
They think the Communist Pathet Lao troops in Laos could
the other rational brief to present judge Warren- hold their own against the Lao neutralist and conservative

"Moves have been made to upset straight from his own mouth. troops without the aid of North Vietnamese cadres.

the balanced representation in our State, Have no doubt about it Judge !fit But a group of key government men do believe that If North
Viet Nam would under this withdraw Its
support
even though it has served us well and Warren would have had a tough time from the Red forces In Laos and pressure In South Viet Nam the two

is strictly in accord with American tradi ignoring such a reasonable argument for wars would become more manageable

tion and the pattern of our National leaving the apportionment of State leg Some of these strategists also believe there is a chance
that North Viet l"am'llio could become an Asian Tito. These
LETTERS
Government islatures to the people of the states con- The Best of BoyleBY
I\IL men believe it is worth a gamble to find out if this Is so.
"There was a time when California cerned. TO THE-l11!! i
HAL BOYLENEW INFORMATION ARRIVING IIERE from North Viet Nam is
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that Mo himself is not sold on cooperating with Red China
EDITOR
5t'FISHING and that his advisers arc split fairly evenly on China versus
I Food Is CheaperFood YORK CAP) Some seem too short
Russia. About half favor an alliance with Khrushchev and the
Iople don't know whether they Anything you eat agrees with Soviet Union: the other half favor Red Mao Tse-tung of China
art young, mlddle.agcd or old. you, and you'rnot at all fin. REEF
The recent decision to side with Mao Is believed causing a
is cheaper than it ever was. cent goes for food. And the variety and For these conditions aren't Icky about what you put Into Editor, Collier County News; struggle within the regime.

That flat statement will make many quality of foods present-day stores offerare always emotional a matter of physical your You'd stomach.rather go water skiing I understand Coast Guard buoys There are constant complaints from some of He's advisers

a housewife say "liar", infinitely superior to those of the elasticity agar feeling or men. than golfing. You'd rather play for the Naples Fishing Reef are about the economic drain of the South Vietnamese war. These
Herfa gin than bridge. no longer at the site men have in fact urged that the Viet Cong In the south be
But must be considered in a checklist to help rummy
prices past.
guide you. The chances are that You know you ought to read You arc aware approximately given words of praise, but told they will have to handle their
terms of income and earning power Mass merchandising, .the full partnerof you're still young in heart, and more good books, but there are $12,000 was collected as a civic own war.
That is true of food as of everything mass production, has done wondersin perhaps In body, If- so many other Interesting project and the reef constructedwith U.S. planners want to encourage this defeatist attitude In

else. holding costs down In the face of Without thinking about it, you things to do that you Just don't the expenditure of considerable the north
automatically yield a seat on find time. volunteer effort
At the turn of the century, for Instance the pressures of continuous Inflation. The the bus to an older person-4n. When the phone rings, you Upon completion of work, approximately

the average man's pay was $11a necessities of life have taken a less and stead of racing him for It. don't jump three feet in the air $400 was turned overto

week. And about half of that went less percentage of the family income. call Most you of by the your girls first in the name office, In compulsive problem It fear will,bring.wonderingwhat the Moose Lodge for the con- The World TodayBy

for food. Now the food bill runs to $20or So more money is left over for luxuries, rather than address you as You still like to sing In the tinued maintenance of the reef. JAMES MARLOWE
'talk-tor." shower And If you drop the The fishing reef subsequently
so a week. But the average wage Is savings, Investment, or whatever
.
any Aieeclotod Pro Now
became Analy.t
a popular fishing area
When he'i lonely, the kid In soap, you don't sigh and take a
around $100 a week so only 20 per particular family chooses. a par t m n t down the hall deep breath before bending far resldents and vldtn.... With. *
aski U you won't go out and over to pick it up. out 'markers; k.Unt;; t-serve the would enforce the civil rightsact
play cat-h with him. You'd rather plan for the fu. purpose for which U was constructed dent WASHINGTON Johnson couldn't(AP) -have JTesi. then he could lose what he
It
When you daydream at your tore than remember the past.U .
better U ha had cooked It gained among; _Southern whites
tofttc* desk. your mind, turns )jc, all these thlngr are true of I suggest some recognition of Republicans are boxing them up. without persuading Northern
__ thoughts of adventure you're still youthful. ;
>n ro. you
n the reef Negroes. There's no Indicationhe
status by your paper may selves In, which is fine for Johnson *
mantle lands instead of how Unbelievably youthful In fact. has anything like this in
stimulate approrplate maInten- who has to run against one
soon you'll get your pension. For how can anyone that young
mind
oth ,rs ,say: ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS, There are ao many thlnrsyou'd be left In a mad, bad, moss. ance action C.E. Jung of runner them like, since the inside nothing:of slows a box.a Upon his return Monday
Ilk to do that the daYIpeop.I'e grown world? Lodge hinted he would try to
have to climb
Gen Ret. They over Viet
Brig. ( )
get Dwight D. Eisenhower to
Nam civil words
rights, that
lion visit. Naples f'la.EDITOR'S can hardly be withdrawn or explained come out for Scranton before
She ( NOTE It is to bo the Republican convention
arrived from Copenhagen away, and a highly un.
Tuesday night and said: "I've I hoped that markers for the pop- pleasant intraparty struggle. opens July 13.
been told not to sing for sometime I ular fishing reef will soon be Even Republicans on the same Monday he talked to the for.
Better Reporting Please! -- tn the'l because I've been very lea, I I provided. It was no easy Job side don't agree on what the Issues mer president and later said he
but 1 feel a lot better now i I[(as you well know) to get the are. expected him to speak out on
other white northerners, some of them it l r 11 e.W$ thanks to Mark. I certainly established: In the first place. For 10 months Henry Cabot the nomination before July 13.
It used to be that city editors worth tailing venerable\ and erstwhile peace. haven't sung my last song." 'To leave It unmarked prevents Lodge, as U.s, ambassador, Wit Goldwater has a carload of
their salt mado cardinal to I Its use by who contributed the Kennedy.John son admlnls. convention delegates In his
it ti principle nil city for the first time have swallowed t DURHAM, England (AP) SYDNEY, Australia (AP) ,I work or many toward Its trations' chief agent in fighting pocket. He worked for them the
guard their news, editorial, public information tho whole cuisine of cooked: up racial prejudgment -. The archbishop of Canterbury Screaming, fainting girls, about I construction money The reef Is a communism in Viet Nam. hard way and looks like a man
lied entertainment apace\ against say understanding, hot shock, 4 000 of them, saw the Beatles He quit to come home and with a stranglehold on the nom.
should be the Christian reaction off by plane at Sydney Tuesday 'I definite asset to the community.) help Pennsylvania's Gov. Wil.llam Inatlon.
abuse by frustrated second story men op. to topless dresses The mop.topped rhythm W. Scranton try to beat He owes nothing to such big
!lut the worst of all offenders
crating HS press agents. and the' Dr. Michael Ramsey, 59, and blues group was on Its way BARBSBY Sen. Barry Goldwater for the Eastern Republicans as Scran.

most gullible, arc the media reporters and I I archbishop, said Tuesday home after three hectic weeks Republican presidential nomina. ton, Lodge, and New York's
Much of this brittle defense attitude possible thing for Down Under. tlon. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller,
has levelled out in justifiable modem dayCOcI'UtlOI1 editors who grasp at anything derogatory church people Is to adopt an at. IIAL COCIlRAN If anybody la an authority on since all of them opposed him.
about the white people of this old and once, titude of being shocked. NEW DELHI (AP) Ailing For growing teenage girls what's happening In Southeast U now Eisenhower Joins them
} between editors reporters and respected community and, regardless oi "Wa must accept the fact Prim Minister Lai Bahadur clothes eventually get too Asia it should be Lodge. He said but Goldwater wins anyway,
conscientious public relations graduates, that young people express Shastri put In several hours on s hort too tight or too out-of- the war against communism he'll owe even less. Almost certainly .
tho latter supposedly seeking only the source responsibility, broadcast it over' themselves in new methods of pressing state affairs at his late there Is on the right track. then the conservativeswould
opportunity the nation as the "true" picture of St, dress that may seem queer to horn today, still bedridden And he said more: he doesn'tsee control the party.
to get their tilde of the story Augustine.The the older of us. We must ac. from a reported heart attack A farmer prays for rainy how Viet Nam could become This might split the Republicans
into }perspective.But cept that fact and . under. five days ago.Informants. days 10 that he can lay a campaign Issue although Goldwater
stand them." said the 59-year. But Scranton, the man he would need all the Republicanhelp
Tampa Tribune on June 16 published something away for a rainy
of late ve hue seen press .agent old Indian leader Is sitting up day.Skunks/. came home to help, says it Is. around.
technique twisted and mangled us Castro 21 story \by Paul Wilder which LONDON (AP) Judy Gar. In bed, signing papers, making So does Goldwater. And this Johnson must be enjoying the
land I accompanied by Ameri.I decisions on matters show. News out of the White
showed\ considerable: employment of old; urgent can do handspringsin week so did a group of House
and Khrushihev mangle them, to hold (can actor Mark Herron, is In and conferring with government Republicans.: House says he won't be travel
time professional ethics in the search for 0 their forefeet which is
up whole cities and areas to prc-jiulgmcnl : i! England for a two-week vaca officials They criticized the Johnson Ing much In July, the Republican
and ridicule. detained and truthful icporting.' Wilder I administration even though convention month.

.uu opinions from such men as the s. A p.S Lodge was serving it, and said ,
L TAB
f In the Hue of the Dallas assassination president of tho historical society and the IiEIDtI!I I : I ALI I GAR LOPE I "why Its policy win?" in Viet Nam was 4 ,

hordes of TV "experts," allegedly! "(I\\). iltiHdrlicnlcnnial corporation and} got a At'oJtNG.f..tRISEr.KnS'i U the Republicans do makeIt

jective" news commentator, impoiU'd picture of 11 while leadership decently conscious ,\ . I M u. F' R E r.If' RI. an Issue, they put Lodge In
lrooperBllSauSse
1 I.. Di.inavb > 31 Cvnlederiiivtoldter eON US. A I IT. .. nothing to what they can the middle.
lawyers and not a fcw federal government: of the racial problem which has I'rultultm2 ARC. . A R G Y R I A make us do on our two. Johnson can throw Lodge's

operatives, thoughtlessly, needlessly, and beset the area since the early 1 T OOs . a \ OlmnucilM 3J.: In UHV cane G t. lOt 11 A Ii t. tAN words back at them, since as

without regard to that more ecber truth lemlervhip determined to keep its principles 14: Vliidli.ni 1'l.iu:, 36. lltlia\ci . t A ( 0 R Co t nlS'I'rnaut ambassador he was part and
3 8. Morsel parcel of the administration'spolicy
which is not to be found! in the mob scene, of toleration in all fields: intact and 3
)literally murdered Dallas' good! name us a to dignify by overall evolution its statusus 16 Cr IUIIK KI" 40. (:'Cnn.iit A v I 0 L. A C T U C A COLLIER COUNTY NEWS There had been speculationthat
S I L. 0 I O I A S A Mas.nuh
J.uoln 42.: l if Scranton lost the nomina.
town. the oldest city: in the United States.: College MICHAEL CHANCE. Edlt..Publlsae r
lOll praiikurr! 5. L. L'i c. 0 N t w f. THOMAS HAVER. Associate' Editor 'tlon to Goldwater he might run

A still more flagrant piece of jour This: was a refreshing piece of reportage :19, Karl 44 !Store SOLUTION 0* YISTUDA Y'S PUZZLI MARSHALL WYATT, Adv. M,,,.,., I for the vice presidency on thesenator's
2tllpreudcrJ
ALBERT OPOLKA. M ch. Supt. I ticket.It .
nalistic mayhem prearranged, conspiredat in the liter of one-sided, scare :!: lmdL-d (odder IX>\\':\: DAVID HERMANSON Clre. Director was reasoned that In this

and promoted by northern Afro-Liberal head stories and pronouncements cleverly: :23, CUM: L'a 43. l 11\< IK 1.. Resource Account book Publlthtd daily, tic.pt Monday 'way the two wings of the party
46. Cubic .
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23 Departed Decorative nd In th rt.moon by
press agentry, Is shredding the long time engineered ly the Martin Luther 1ihgpress 26 HUH meicri laitrncr: h, 6, Menu the In... :llhvJ n Avonuo.Publi.nlna South, Co.N.- I might For be a while kept it from looked flying possible.No apart..

reputation for general decency, historic agentry. 29,3.b"dLd17 Distilling Appeal 7 bead'rra 'crarlll.ldlll" ;' :. Irr1.T.l.ph.na Kt ., 13>40. Mill addrm I'. O. io matter: how much he critl.

appreciation and realization of civic 'ecponsibility grams 4 Kara 8.1'ear Midway" 12107 for IIIdtpanm.nt. 1 4 clzed Goldwater, Scranton said
1 It makes us wonder again whetherthe ., I be would support the Arizonan 1 1i
of 9. . .
of the townspeople
15,000 Birmingham racial disturbance of last I l J f S 7 c 1 4 /I 10.: Brown Subscription R.,$ |If he got the nomination.

our oldest city-St. Augustine. year wasn't carelessly distorted by the national I \Untie I ay carrier ., mall, payable. In This seems out the windownow
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for Scranton
7 11\i: ; advance. I has reachedthe
Because their city is trying to shapeup press. We know, from experience: >t sg.si'd One Year $U. SU' Months 17.M, t point of saying GoldwaterIs
I? 111.1m. box Three Month 1371.
a quadricentennial celebration and because that it is: always easier to get out a word : 21 Mach bird Member of The At clated Pre**. j unfit for the presidency. How,
which I le entitled. e cluiveiy to the low, could he urge Goldwaier'a
it makes an ideal dateline for storiesof picture story about n war or H mob scene I /1 is -0,1" 24 Box use lor republication' of .11 local election?

racial inequities and adjustments- than it is to get nt the real, underlyingtruth q 1/ rl 23 Crooked well".... aa Item all printed AP new. 'In this ditpetche oeper a* Meanwhile, Goldwater his
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natters never far from St. Augustine of these things: ; the human susceptibilities rf 27 26. Chatten Laic the Entered Pool Office e* second at Naple clan, matter'lortde.at rote against the civil rights bill,

conscience in these last 400 'ean-Rc\ failures on both sides corruptions //01 tT 28 tiiiatclllgem under Act of March J, M7.. has created a problem for Pedestrians crossing at Inter.

:Martin Luther King, Jr., and the agitatorshe of intent, cloaked objectives, and Ilf 11 l' / fI ,. / : 0 30 Song of The NEWS for the .retyrn..ui..eo of".jeolieHed. /T00"; }lubllcans:Northern with and large Eastern Negro vot.nf Re.. sections with traffic lights

deploys behind a myriad I other discrepancies unit disparities manuier.pl.. or P10*' ITh populations in should follow
all over the country : 1'/ JI "1 'f 7 NEWS$ euume :f''"!.'I''! their states the lights or
cloak of piety-selected St. Augustine as which fertilize the soil for wars and mobscenes. / 3rXiUL'CI" :: "'poII.bII'* .., for typo..."' ..al ora. dill nct.. "walk" and "don't walk" sig
"1 : : Id 11 34 fragrant ror* or omiMion* .ft *dvert .-,. The senator has said a Re. nals. Pedestrians should consider -
nn ideal hot weather alto of racial crup- ::0 33. DinrM. mate ror* before. but ,the f not.fled next .tly of a-ch tile II lublican couldn't win this year themselves traffic units
tion. 4. .' 41. f' 37 iliad piper ...11 reprint that without the South. And no doubt
We think the national advertitement In wtuce and take protective measuresto
as aahole :
press his
38 Dollar. KeerreV occurred. In the event a vote woo him friends among
The mother of u Mass vchussetts governor and particularly the northern press I 0 if 41 I'almlcaCvnr. time element...eu"eIL would The acts NEWSwill t. S southern Whites. avoid accidents. Remember,
correction, of the .dvetemnt ,. But If he should try to apoease in a collision between i pedestrian
her gullibilityover should !itself for effort in this reduce the price
was noteworthy in give a leN
14' / 41 : by. ... .m.YM awl Northern Negroes, or help and a vehicle, the pedestrian .
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the spa
the King press agentry. Numerous regard., PLANT CITY| i,TtnTorreneou*of or omitted. copy Krprnld. Republican politic always loses.I. .
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Speedway Program . rt. ; -'it'/' U.S. Oarsmen Vie

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Next Sunday Night Eng.
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I at the ancient and unchanging
"sMaaS' Henley Royal Regatta set out
Because July 4 falls] on sat' Alander's new car, Question
today over a tranquil stretch of
urday, Naples Speedway will have Mark was runnerup to Sawyer. the River Thames to end a four*
complete racing program Sun- Eight cars didn't finish. They If' year slump In U.S. fortunes.Not .
day night\! July 5. were piled Into the Infield or over since I960, when a Har.
Sunday's program, beginning the hill on both sides fill!. vard lightweight eight carried
at 8:30 will feature a "demoli A new period of point stand- off the Thames Cup, has the 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, July 1, 1981
tion derby" with $50 going to ings In the jalopy class started United States won a Henley

the winner. lie will! be the driver Saturday and Alander U at the title.With
of the last car on the track still top for at least a week. O.D. the Russians In the \lists McKinley Out I (eagQ '
and British crews still on the ,
able Osceola
to run. The quarter-mile was high-point driverin
speedway track is located east of the first period winning 154 return crest of to winning a national form revival appearsto a At Wimbledon ; Leaders

the airport on Radio Road. points b* Ust Saturday night Mike Yahl I hill ttcht. Chuck McKinley, defendant
drove his 1955 Ford to victoryIn The four-das regatta t II-* champion and the BTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS
the newly-Installed overhead Softball Games oiliest biggest and most tradt. only American left In men'i American League

class. Yahl's brother Richie Washed Out HereA J tton.laJdi in the 'orld-I. now singles, was beaten Wednesday Batting ((17S at bats)-Allison,
was leading until he blew a tire. In its 123thear.: in the semifinals l>> Fred Stollt Minnesota, .335; Oliva, Mlnne.
drenching rain washed out llpnlpa big occasion: on the of Australia, 4-6lo.s,9.7.6.4. sots, 333.
O.B. Osceola was second and both games of last night's sche- t: English; \ social calt'ndar-brlng.: The only American remaining Runs-Ollva, Minnesota, 56;.
Don Blankenship third. More : both the debs and the dedicated. .
duled men's Softball league dou- out In singles competition Is Blllle Allison, Minnesota, 53.
entries are expected in this class bleheader Gambler Park.It ....- --- -W rah There are women In Jean Moffitt of Long Beach, Runs batted In Killebrew,

this Sunday was the' second ralnout of ........GIi: . '_ ... flowery hats and old blazers rowing on.thuslasts Calif., who Hill compete In fie Minnesota, 60: Stunt, Boston,
and
Wayne Sawyersteeredhlsl949 in college women's semifinals Thursday 5'7.MrKinlp .
Chevrolet to victory in the Jalopy the second half. There are LOOKI.TER.; 1IVN [OS-This English hap<< I Un't showing off,, lie lost his nitn J- he straw boaters. )' Has seeded No. 2 at lilts-Ollva, Minnesota, 103;
feature Saturday. In only three more regularly-scheduled cleared a fence in a steeplechase at Parham Park, Sussex, England; The racing, however, is al. Wimbledon and Stolle was seed Hinton, Washington, 90.
his second week on the local doubleheaders still left In the wa) high caliber. The crews ed sixth McKinley beat Stolle Doubles Allison, Mlnne.
track. Sawyer defeated veteran season and the ralned-out games 'final two runs-all after two row two at time over a toile\ In last year's final. sola 20, Biessoml. Boston, 19.
will be have a bearing 550.: )ard course set between Bos.
drivers from Naples and Fort played-lf they .. were out. Tilliesistrzemskl,
on which team wins the second Baseball The hitting heroes for the booms 80 feet apart. Passingthe !: ton, \eisalles; Minnesota, 6.
Myers. half. White Sox were Cern McNert.!' parked enclosures at HIP Inmates Home runs-Klllebtew, Miniiesota .
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Only three cars out of a starting finish Is a major test of an oars.
Right now,Stone Builders holdsa ney, whose grand slam homer 28: Powell, Baltimore
field of 11 were able to fin- lr the fifth men's dljnitj. Can he still keep :and Allison, Minnesota, 20.
climaxed seven run ,
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ish the jalopy feature race. Fred two-game his head up"America's Little Haiti
cond-place Stahlman Property Roundup and Pete Ward who rapped LeaguersWimbledon Stolen bass-\I'Jril'lo,
Maintenance. Stone and Stahl I ?;y THI .AflSOClATID PKB88 three hits, driving In two runs. main aspirations more, 31 ; We decisions-Ford
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Ron Hansen also drove In a pair Pitiii| ( ((7 ) I
Fireball Roberts' man meet at 9:15 Thursday at By MIKE RATHET Jackson's one-hitter made him with to hits city crew, entered for the senior may not be leading the Pimlico! fettor to.I\ ..gooArrlRO! : '
the park and a Stahlman victory Associated Press Sports Writer the sixth 10-game winner In the Juan Ptzarro went the dls. event of the rl'gatta-thl' GRAND Little League, but they're Minnesota, 0.1, .817
Condition orse would tighten up the race. Jim Dunning of Philadelphia, National League and put him In tance, winning his 10th although Challenge Cup. drawing the biggest crowds strikeouts-Wt< kersham. le.
CHARLOTTE N.C. (AP) The first game Thursday set one of the few men to pitch a an exclusive group of seven NL touched for John Romano two. The Americans meet a Soviet The Reds have a captive au. trait,(' 90.; Ford, New York, 94.
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Stork ar raring< driver Glenn for 7:30 If the weather permits perfect game, and Ken Johnson pitchers who have hurled no. run homer.In eight In the first round Thurs. dience, you might say, In their _
(Fireball) Roberts, who Im. will match Tropics Drive Inn of Houston, one of the few to hitters ot one.hitters this sea. other AL action Tuesday, da) and have already been generous sponsors Inmates at National League
proved after being critically and Publlx Market. lose a no-hitter, fared each oth. son, surpassing. the entire 1963 New York swept a twl.nlght l made underdogs the Maryland Penitentiary. Batting ((173 at Kits) CI('.
total. America's best for The prisoners chipped in $150 mente, Pittsburgh, .347 Mi '
burned during a May 24 rare, er.So doubleheader from Los Angeles cnance: a ; > s,
has a mild ase of pneumoniaand who came closer to per. San Francisco's Gaylord Per. 4.0 and 3.2, Minnesota topped title may be In the Princess from their meager earnings to San Fraiuisco, 344.
feUlon ry also turned in a shutout, 3.1 Washington edged HUabtth: Challenge Cup, where buy uniforms and equipment for Huns-Mtys, San Frimlsio.
has taken a turn for alma Baltimore ,
worse Cocoa, Sarasota Larry Jackson of the Chicago blanking the New York Mets 5.0 Detroit 6.5 and Kansas City V.S. schoolboj crews will lx. the team, which plays some of 63, Allen, Philadelphia! 50.
A physician at Charlotte Me. Open Rookie Teams Cubs. on three hits as the Giants re. nipped Boston 2.1, rowing for the first tlmp its league games In the prison (Hunt bitted In-1Olpl', St.
mortal Hospital where the 33.ear.old The Bunnlng.Johnson duel malned one.half game in front against their British equlv.alents yard. Louis, 54, Mass, San Francisco" ,
SARASOTA AP- Florida failed to materialize at Houston of the Phillies. Milwaukee edgedSt. Although they have only a 4.7 53
/ driver from Daytona (
Beach, Fla., Is being treated for rookie league operated by par. Tuesday night. Bunnlng lost his Louis 5.4 in the only other Bob Hayes RunningTo The four American entriesare record, the Reds have shown Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh,
burns over 70 per cent of his i i ent major league clubs opens today bid for a perfect game In the game scheduled. Phillips Academe) Phillips\ their appreciation by winning; Williams\ Chl ago and
body, said Tuesday Roberts' at two cities Sarasota and first Inning and Johnson never Beat RussiansNEW l-xc'ter: Academy, Groton and both games before their spoil. Mass, Sin Friin'l.i< o, 03.sors. .
condition is serious. Cocoa. survived It-the victim of three By HAL BOCK YORK (AP) Bob Washlngton.Lee High School. Doubles Clemente Pitts.
errors that led to five runs and Associated Press Sports Writer Hayes is quietly confident that Hundreds of Inmates were on burgle, 21; Wllllims, Chicago
an 8.1 Philadelphia victory. Mrs. Doubleday' little boy he is the world's fastest human. hand Monday evening as the and Groit, S/. Louts, 19.
r 1L. I At Chicago, however, Jackson Abner decided the game ought But to beat the Russians he Naples Golfers Reds scored a 3.1 victory over Triples) Santo, Chicago 7'
i had a perfect game for six In. to be played with three outs In i wants additional peace of mind. the Cardinals. Varicolored pen- Calllson, Phil;nlel' | hi.i, 0. .
SHOW YOUR COLORS nlngs against Cincinnati and ad. every inning. Cleveland pitchers "Look," he said, "I want to rants were strung between Home runs-Mivn, Sin I'l .in.
'mlttedly had started thinking would be all right if they need. beat the Russians. That's sec. Play MooringsNext buildings to decorate the yard Cisco, 22; Uilllims, Clit< JKo
Complete piece Ensemble Ready to Fly seriously of a no.hitter. ed only two. ond only to the Olympics. I for the kids. anil llowiril, bus \npoles, 18.
"For the first time in my life The Indians' staff wasn't having want to beat them real bad. Inmates acting as umpires Stolen bises-Wills, Luxn..
I really felt I had a chance," much trouble getting those They think they're better than SundayThe were treated the same as uri. geles, 281 Brink, St. Units, 17;
ir FLAG SET said Jackson. "The thought: first two outs Tuesday night we are." Greater Men's Golf pires everywhere without feel- lIanll'r, Cln Inintl, 16.
i iIII which raced through my mind against Chicago. The 12.3 White And that's why he has changedhis Association will Naples hold log Boos and catcalls greeted Piti lilng (7 der iI was that I could do It U I went Sox romp came while the Indian mind and is going to run In at The a tournament their decisions, even when they cell, Houston, 10.2, .833; nun.
through the order one more staff was chasing that elusive the New York Olympic trials ,,Club Sunday Moorings July S with Country all favored the home team. nine, plill.nk>l lphl.| ( ", 8.2. .800.\
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I time" i third one.Cleveland. this weekend."I golfers teeing off at ,8 In The Idea to sponsor the team Strikeouts-Koufax. Los An. .
He couldn't get past the next owned a 1.0 lead want to be right In my mind start. a.m. originated with the Inmate gelps, 11C: Drvsdile, Los AIL
batter. Pete Rose, leading off i through four innings but with for the Russians," he said Tues. a shotgun The association announced that members of Bird's Nest 954: -geles, 112.\
r the seventh, ripped a slider into two out and two on in the fifth,day. "I want to know I'm on the center field for a single. That the roof tell which also promotes interest .
in. Three hits, a bit Olympic team. If I miss the
was It for the Reds, however. batsmen and a walk later Hie trials here, then I'd know I'd Moorings 7 dining room, startingat In baseball and Softball at
Jackson set the final nine men White Sox had seven runs.,Thin have to win in Los Angeles. a.m.TI the penitentiary. FI
down In'order, wtrifilnfe IX)"6y4r came out No 5. l * "..d feet"MM td'ha\liJ-It tie/''' -,.. r' p '14'In .ii.' Iv.; Joey-Jay1,, who"Was\ tou< only two hits. on second In the sixth when Hayes, who ranks as the were htlJ lo leu than 105 points address of 954 Forrest r
"I threw Rose a slider down three White Sox hits produced world's best sprinter, Is the only in two of their five basketball Street, is Inmate John Young d
1dQ low," Jarkson playoff games gamt San I FranCIS The chairman of the board Is eQ9lJe
explained! "butIt three more runs. And in the sev. man to run the 100-yard dash In 7
was through the middle andI enth, an error, two hits and a 9.1, and holds the Indoor 60 yard o. They lost one, 115-91 outsider Willie Miranda, former
By THE
Imagine he guessed with me." walk accounted for Chicago's record at 5.9. but won the other 98.95. major league shortstop who
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I- 'now works in the area. \y_ L. Pet. G.B.
II I Parents attending Monday's ft Lauderdale 3 0 tiooo'_
I game were enthusiastic about Lakeland 2 0 1.000 Va
O their children playing In the SL Petersburg 2 2 ,500:; 11/1

r penitentiary. Daytona Bch I I .;00 11/3
1x :, fl. ))1 Hi iiiimtl liulnilr' Cord flat. SEMIANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT "The kids enjoy this, a/id I'm Tampa 1 2 .333 2
(ollon Hi rg in "..llh..IIIR.I."H..I'"U""IIU', sure the men do, too," said Mrs. Orlando I 2 .333 2
,basic rrxniliinl. ' colon ..nll linu krlw
1964ASSETS Ramona Rinn. "It's a good ex.Sarasota 1 Z .333 2
J"130,
Comi,Ii'to with
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,".UK h 1':niilo atop| of( 0\.il.(I M"nloll Nag perlence Miami I 3 .20 21!
Aluminuol5lnd' IlllUPtlO I: look forward. to coming here. Tuesday's Results
St. Pet! 'rslwrg C, Miami :5 J
delours: Now For Holiday Display :N' > W YORK "\1') when I rw Dajtona Ik-ach 2, Tampa 0
AirditU. "'it ''h.' ('hirtm" t ,ih, Lakeland, i, Orlando 0
heat the \1.h.'r, ,1111. "I l Ihlux .
I First Mortgage Loans .. .. . $10,878,360,39 H Lauderdale at Sarasota, pixl;
670x15) SIZE Loans on Savings Accounts' i " :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,,::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::: 316,455,15: : throwing\'r>- Ihniiiihl' 'p''Ihull th w.i "It i, .,1'I Lakeland Wednesday's,1 at Orlando Games

Stork In Federal tome Loan Bank .................................................................._.,............... 1215,000.00 (11111 ( u- "v Sut'\ ,.I.I Mil in Tampa at Daytona Baach

the(ill,tubclcit mast models bljckjl ol| Cash on Hand and In Banks ................... ............acee, ............................_.....r.................. 663,1511.09 .meet. su) Ft Laudtrdle at St. Petersburg
1 Chevrolet/ Ford, U. S. Government and Government Agency Obligations .... .............._.,.;..............".... 1,5115,447.74 "II." gut u .Uf pa-pirnm" Miami al Sarasota
''r Plymouth, Dodge, Office Building and Equipment after dtpreclatJoa ,' .......;.................... 387,111.115 rut il."

1/ Stun"Mercury'b fccr,. Other Assets .......... .. ............................ ... .........=.._............,......................:............ ... .. 117.1521.57 '
f,'il'tt ilea. 'Hudson., and TOTAL ASSETS .... ..... ........ .. .................... .......................,..........,...-14,003,407.09 Bas e ba 11 Sta n d j n gs

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San Fran. 43 28 .(j.G Baltimore 46 20 .639 _

Savings Accounts . ... .................................... ... ...................... ......................................... $12,883,646.30 Philadelphia 43 27 .614 I V? !New' Sunk 42 28 .COO 3
Pittsburgh 38 32 543 SVi:; Chicago 39
Loans In Process .. ......................................... .... ......................... ......,...................;............ 378.121.00 38 34 .r 23 GIA Minnesota 29 .;74 r.
Cincinnati < 39 35 .;27 8
Escrow Accounts .................................................... ........................ ............... ...................... 494.73 Chicago 35 34 507 8 Boston 3C 38 .4 SO II

Other Liabilities .................................................. ....................... .... ... ...... .. ............. ...... 11,498.25 Milwaukee 30 37 ,401! 0 Cleveland 33 37 471 12
tI General Reserves and Surplus ...:............... . ................. .. .. .. ..... .... 72911411.75 St. Louis 30 18 48C !9 i( l 1 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES. $14,003,407.09 Los Angeles 34 34 .472 I01/' Detroit 32 3H .41:;? U
Houston 33 40 ,4n; \11\ WanhlriRton 31 4' 408 17
New York 22 !54 .289 24'/z' Kansas city 29 4; .302 18

I ,I; l,Ol NLAEl51Z1'S Tuesday's results Tuesday's Results
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l ; Milwaukee 5 St. Louis 4
; l NICE Minnesota 3, Baltimore 1
1 pOPUIaAI Chicago I, Cincinnati 0 Kansas City 2, Boston 1
San Franrlsro 5 !New' York 0
OFFICERS and each Chicago 12, Cleveland 3
Growing steadily vigorously ,
year Philadelphia 8 Houston 1
/ Waslilrifrton: r, Detroit ',
Naples Federal, now m us eleventh ear of Only!
) fame s' lierlule l lTo New York 4.3 Los 0.2
D. O MGoonPresdentandManager Angeles
Cl>continuous community sen tee, has achieved >la\'s Came TodvUy's Games!
Benjamin Parks! Viet President and Attorney this impre i\e total of assets Spearheading St. Louis at Milwaukee, N Cleveland at Detroit N

; J Ro Brad Viet PiesiJentLeonard the rapid growth of Collier County total Phlla lelfihla at Los Angles, Us Angeles; at Balll'more, N
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resources hate! increased more than 40 times Kansas City at New York
yy with Tl'Fs1NN II. King, Secretary and Treasurer since the first year of Naples Federal service Chi"ago at Ctmlonatt, N Minnesota at Boston N

w.w NYt m I Arthur H. Russell Assistant Treasurer \X'ith the help and support of ourgrowing Sew Pittsburgh York at at Houston San Fran'lsroThur S. Washington at Chlr.ago 2, twl.
bas urll1en"All1'e.. hrr family of members throughout night
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JUNE 30 1960 -5,507,551.09 Cht' "r' at Cincinnati N twilight
a Brack New York at Houston, % Minnesota at Boston

Palmer Harris JUNE 3D, 1962. 9,782,511.05 Pittsburgh at San i. Framivo Only games! sr heduled

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the Naples bowling circle wu and Inca 10 each. Sac *N Fox 180. Fager's Roof Coating have

saddened by the death of Wes 9 and the Blackfoot 4. won 20 of the 24 points Holsum

Mlltner last Sunday. Wes was COMMERCIAL Ted Land Bakery 17. Ben's Standard Oil iri'lJltlrlH'tI'I2201

not only a very active and popular was way out front with a 634 13, Ad Miller Associates 11,

bowler but best of all,a good set using games of 220 and 232. Rock Creek Specials 10, Mar-

sport! He win be missed by Ralph Marlowe recorded a 195 vin's Lawn Service and Rose's

all.Our loner Ralph McKlrfhan 192.Paul Texaco 91/2 each. Abbots Inc.

deepest sympathies are Abrahamson 183-185. George 6.SUMMER

extended to Ms wife Margaret. Foster 183, Jim Croak two 180 BANTAMS --For the \

games Rex Davis and Marvin boys It was Mike Stacey 284-

S S LeMasters 181 and J. Boutwell 161 and GlennRoark258. Chris

Three teams from Naples entered se _Morse led the young ladles ----

the 700 club tournament In with a 204.JUNIOR. 1-Announcement 16-Hlp Availabl 49-Houtei For Rent

Fort Myers and they came home otvfcox* LEAGUE-Jtm Sheets

with the first with PlAZA BEAUTY SALON L.dy h"IV, r.commondi 0. tin. J b.driam 7 b.'h IIn'
three a 475-184 led the fellows
places. How cw1i man day worker. two OP three furnished "DU'.. C,,,., Mnder'
about that? Harry Sauchelil and and Sonja Starling 398-134 led 'ci lass I ,........., T,,,INIdw days a week Efficient. plea. '" pond end O"h'd' dllv'ocro.
..y S "" ant reliaoie, willing And. good .. Trail from C of r-
Tex Kaverman won first place the gals. Danny Mulllns and Ak with. invalid or children Phono 1140 00 per mo Ph owner. collect I
with Ml I 3IJJ ajirly l morning "r *v* Miami' MOhawk 1220Fl .
a 1634 scratch total for Larry Lee each posted a 463, ASCOAPPLIANCE j mg /10 M in itATTRACTIVE

four games. Bud Hogue and Danny using a 173 single and SERVICE

Buck Perry took second and John Larry a 185. Mike Sharp reach COMPANYAr 23-Mise. For Sal_ I .doom hou. lu''h'd
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BOWL team of Bill Jensen and Eva Hogue .p: III' Pin, II Ml 'I"IUt All bouhl met npr'tI 4 colort an p.t.a Can I.-be R.asensble 10 '.."1 P50T
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Two teams from Fort Myers were high for the night with a Attention, All painter m Coi. I ft.,gned.. ..,',"d'..niluli.d, ITONECRAfT"'P1.5': by, VERY ROOMY 4 *R .. Bathunfurmthed .

were challenged to a 4-game 1204 series. Eva had a 539- I litr County it you ire working' INDUSTRIES"' Oil,CO Ml J *>'Jor homo on large 'lot
match by two Naples teams. The 209 and Bill added a 132 loner. ZAIL tor th let* ,".' |J 00 per hr. com Ret. Ml 2 UU "?% |10' ,n Pine, R,".. E",0, eibDw
: to painter mtmg ceo'' n 11.5 beasty .sT ",
match was bowled last Sunday The Mullins team came up witha dy nhl, July 1: 10 P M. Ot 26-.rlo".1 .cO.d and hll.bl. il ""ll,
Union Mill III) IMAv U
D/'o
Two Cerp.nlert Contect WoOl.
with Fort Myers winning both ways 1,193 aided by Danny's 507 *. *. P/ill Mono Inc 10 Tenth SI.m No B

matches. The first was won bya There are two ways to and two 180 games. Jim Sheets M.n"LCOHOLIC'0' .om.n ANONYMOUS"s.'h' InSi'.lpr Ml > lisa t |OIl

narrow margin of 25 pins bowl: They are the pin with a 516-213 team gave his 7-Dog Cats Pets blemn s-nb Ir Sip .1 CIIIl's Jmall from houte beach. I bnlroom IIS 00 I block' '

and In the second 124 pins separated mrthod Whichever and spot method team an assist to reach their .. R'C.'''' poodl. puppiet. I welcomed. 110I1 I UU0"Mtetmgt in CHO'Ilv Firttaptitt Unt,I Qee I Ml, I lOll monthly IMf

the twoteams. Docjohnson system gets you 1171. Scoring honors for the ,- \1, . /JO.II
the Hi .
most strikes is the best malo Ml t- at TIN A u.nn. 0 Tu t and haute on well large
from Fort Myers rolled the for you. night went to Charlie Rice with fi n ".llatS3iPM lot, Nice no.,,,:::h..r1i .,-

highest score, a 784-212 When using the pin method a 572-213-203. Hazel Abraham- (NEA Telephoto) 12-Help Wanted 10 fioort Reverie. refngtrator cycle conS andttove

(scratch) and Harry Sauchelil.of assume a starting stanceso son posted a 473. Larry Lee 468 RETURNED INSUFFICIENT POSTAGE-Actrest G,il! Gilmore .nl.d M.n 0' ....m 33-Servite Offered ton,,. Ml ) a/as : "WO
H.lp
Naples a 780-225. Othergood that your right shoulder and Chris Croak 397. From 28 21, comforts her puppy after postal authorities an to '.... public 51.050 tits Tile and T cc,."0 floor r.condilionin i-bdrm i bath _- -furmthed Ill. &j}

single scores were listed by Herman is in line with the path you points the Shell Backs have 18, rescued him from a mailbox in Hollywood Miss Gilmore work ova. No pot.ibl age limit I Intr.ntII's I d.yn DUSTRIE* by Machine RTONECRArT miniS IN. home I very! neat Clote' in

Edglnton 236, Jim Croak figure your ball will follow. Pollywogs 17, Snooks 16. Jack- accidentally dropped the pup in while mailing a packaee.She' week yearly :* o,. haworking ': ,....C and pol.h wattripping ret bloch *from* Co beach""" Adult*
222-202. Bud Wlrth 217 Keep eyes on the 1-3 flsh-Cuflsh-Redflsh 14 each. from Toronto. and c ar :I ii what pma idenlial. and commercial' Ollict, MIffsxr I rw,
,Joe Sal pocket need for Ins. pot.lion. Pica 1152. R*.. Ml 14.., J btdroom
214 and hold them there. Snapper 131/2 13 do not apply il you do not wi M.4I houte furmthed TV
Paul / Pompano
mon Crlckenherger Contact Hobrt Cibli' .".''l I.bl.. Adult only
work
212. Steve Sheplack 211. John The ball is hurled along Drums 121/2 and Frogs 8. .. ... . .. ,. to.1..11.. lien m.n.g.r, N- Children portraitpictures Ml 14101. l/lttl
a line which leads II> ........t.tli. .........._ .., .... .n. oj. JoiH pies Memorial. Qardent \/."- lj3rnT"fu7n7theTTr unC
Stull 210. Len Dembowskl 209 directly SAINTS AND SINNERS . ..
to the ..,bll' Or. III Ave No betweiI with. carport on
Cliff Kruse 202 and Nell Van pocket. If you throw Norman Robertson blasted his JO .nd 1300Mt I I2il at youi'home PPvIisI.Ie Call Andanon.
a consistent ball it should Naplesv s/SIll Ml__.!_1&01. t/tlf
Wyk 200-202. follow this line each time. first 600 series, using games of Tips OnBoating : George

200-203-212 for a 615. Cert I Flotilla ; 13-Help Want. Female CouperMI2-3G22 50-Roomi For Rent
-- I. ,
S SS Dunn shot a 480-170. Tom Eg-
,... ,
s' W.t wined fo .n.ck bar Large
July 6 Is the last day to enter Tarkington Heads leston reached a 211 loner. EarlCannadyCiene I USCGA .nd loun... Must b. II ,.. 110I I Bawl I do gne.i I housi fSiIPICabn.I I for lady room Clote with to private beach bath and
1151. ,
/II,1t ,
the J.C. Bowlerama 3-6-9 tournament Mann 203 each, *0,5. pwts.5 and thopping center Call bafor*
m.ionw. Al ;... 5uatAt.id. noon *< Remember a good deal State DirectorsOf Ronnie Ward 201, Arthur Allen ; RehaSh whit womn work lot I childcr call 110I1 Z rcu 10' ",i. ,55n.IL .. I/JUI
nd Souls -
Boatmen are noted for their Sailboat and rowboats In ale * day ,
of this money goes to their var- 195. Charlie Rice 190. Wanda week yiir round CFtMl fln.6C
Civil DefenseOn courtesy and consideration oi I most all case have the right t Mil lIra !o l 53-li Wanted
ious funds which benefit Rice 165 and Joan Lawhon 161. tingt
many others on the nation's waterway.i of way over powered boat .. but Whit 1.oun.k.p" to er lorpr 38-Au101 For Sal.
people. Also the prizes are July 1, 1964. Colonel H.W. From a possible 28 points the Here are a few rule of the i I be courteous and considerate( and *.ichooltrt *nd kp hou* STOP
FABULOUS I Tarklngton Florida's State Civil Blue Angels have 20. Sataiu: day wwk y*"r round 4 dv Very go6
Jeepdilion coil'
wat.rway., suggested by Naplei i dont abuse the rlfhtrfif-wayprlv Mutt bo .rdiabl *nd congenial I ; 1":0: till I have tuilable, tenant lop your
Ml 1
Defense Director takes over as 17, Chrlstophers Hellcats 16 Flotilla of the U.S. Coast Guard Allege. Small craft can maneuver with children, PAd In sno.Ih..tI1. 124 Anderton Onv t gee f/71 at MN home and other dturablt' rent

S S S president of the National Association each. Mephistopheles Halos Auxiliary and the committee for, far more quickly and easily than Ution, Will Furnith p., own*OC. .trantpor Pt' M'I Pont RtH. A/C slob Can alt?,. bIb Lot Ave them a with us'I Ml 14741

July 4, 1964 at 10:15 p.m. of State Civil Defense 14 each Lucifer. 12, Angels 11, National-Sale Boating Week,June i I larger vessels, BO 11111,11 boat. 37t tor 1 Interview 711,1 II be tin teen SI al No Jscb's Phone City Ml*"t rvic 2'* VIVIAN 0(1(11; ltL'ALTOIIa000ciActs

there will be a 12-game mara- directors (NASCDD). (The Keystones-Devils 10. 28 e July 4th. should keep clear. Your boat' Mutt be aold Irnt week
for lotI employmentwith _
thon for men with a $100 first NASCDD Membership includes wake can cause serious damage Scrtry" the (11 Mutt b. .bl* ins T"und..II..erdlop. N 4Bargain Dan Burglund' 2elpha Hays

prize based on 36 entries. State and Territorial Civil Defense PINE LANES HISTORICAL CAVE for which you're responsible. So to shorthand typ* *nd d.sbte.....,.,* dictaphone bu' not P.urd. .. H. P 0".' .... dons. ..." Fig. f4-Trade or Sell
watch waStelAnd! licy S." c..dt.on..g L.ow mI.
Directors.) Prior to his The weekend sweeper was won WASHINGTON CAP) Alahamii your remember WrI. P. 3d ., PM
J 10D :TI ; .1. 1011'01 C
election as president he servedIn by Jean Hyder with Al Hajek C'onjrfNKman Huh Jon,, say. SAFE boating Is FUNISs I tntrvlew._ My5,5 Or c'i' lfi,3t PS lila II ___ __ houte Will, trade for equity in Lake P.rk.
lend in City or Coun
Tommy Tuttle Tournament Is the Association as presidentelect. taking second and third. Russell Cave "a hiMoriun' Colored girl to baby ..TencJ at KM OldtMobil' ty Call Ml 11191 l Sf011

still going on with the winners Region III vice president. IrcuHure biiit," tiiMin will be Representative do cleanlis Ml 14M I day befor* C. wkPhono I eP lu..., II I 0,. Automata ralio 1 b.do"m ..... custom hull
home Near
4 either with chairman of the S SC dedicated: In Jackxon Omhly, .tur I. l/ ltt healer Mechanically wind town beach and
bowling Tommy or Federal Financial I practically new. QcHMlveartiret Catholic church What have you
him Assistance and There will be a 6-game sing- Ala. The cave: graphically vr. Visits EvergladesThis Owner ..Ih". lor to".'* in lawn. or out' Write CoIl' ,.,
on a team against when he Committee
14-Help Wanted MaU ..p.n... Ml I 1411 I/I.M County N..... So. ,iou A .4.
makes his appearance here on member of the NASCDD Advisory les for men starting July 3 at tray life of AUhanuunH, from ThursdayA II2UO'

July 26. -4..1 'Commtnee to the 'Public 9:30 pjn. and continuing through ubtml! 4.000 H.C to!. 11m.u4, I ,.nOO Truck driver wcntod f., rout, IH4 CMVV. i O,.. Ud.Yrtnt.
? Health Service. July 5 with the last squad at A.n., JimeM HaiJ. ropreentatlv of the Social work. fit delivery, end wtterconditioning Good tecontf car Ml t MM l'-H uIII' For Sal
work. ConUct 110I, HIM
----- office In Fort wlUbIo
Security Myer
S 55 Colonel Tarklngton joined the 2 p.m. un that date. The prize kka L P 0... Ml S un.D.p.nd.bl. P""A't 'ALLMO
fund is at the t:vt rgladcs City Hall, *nd *>...rI."" *.. 40-Autolllepair. fnH .ROIH "I
Juanlta and Leon Snyder won FlorldaStateCivll! Defense Agency a guaranteed $75 for Month ,.. ., .
July Big tomorrow July 2, from :I to 9 tuc' lI..v. 0''' rb One 5,55 5.11 1"' b.d""".
last week's doubles tournament. In December 1954 as State first place. The njllt1.U to fvvr.: red also' Pr p."on.1 I ,nC., 1 bali home 'i> PHI SIll
p.m. v,.. ull 110I1 5 64' 0' "U'. INGI Tential hi u .nd ".
Moon MUnsWesHensonwere Disaster Relief Coordinator and glades will bit on Thursday Au. Ifra 3c LOOK HERE! 'ond..onn. jrpoi,,.ig inout ,,',..

second followed by DJ.Salmon- was appointed State Civil Defense S S S For U.S. EconomyBy gust 6.The ticept / 5.v.. "" IpInts ,,"
.
15-Sale Help Wanted Wondering! where to 0 kite Mil "" I ig "I Iand "P'" rI
'S.This
Fred Hlllman and DJ. Salmon- Director In July 1955. As State representative I I. fchcduU dithwather N" rMOOHINCb -'np.i

Moon Mullins. Director he developed Florida's Is the last week to enter SAM DAWSONAP ed to be In Immukalr, Monday, Mutt plc *n .upenenced. lit* With your car probl r,i. ,cll' m.d di..vPiy.dd.It.

BUCKS .N SQUAWSChief first State Operational Survival the color TV tournament. NEW Business YORK (New AP)-July Analyst may July 6 and Monday July 20. He I'.si,.,,Immediilely Ce ttletman -In Naplttree lalaryAvaHabla Factory fmittt, Paml Jobs. .0 lawn P. Plene Ml 0101 /5 vIs,..,

Entries close Is .t the City Hall In Naples each ..." Wrocht RbwltTv.es
at midnight Independent Dl.LIC.Hl
John Stull led the tribes with a Plans and Natural Disaster Plan July become a month of decision in Write. Collier, County .
contract Three .
cy bedroomt 7 bath
until can
score of 570-213. Head Squaw and established the organizationfor 3. The finals will be rolled off crucial sectors of the American Thuraday from 9:30 a.m. Newt, Sot IM; A \\1. 100.1, Front end gnment, Iral heal .nd air conditioning

was Hazel Abrahanwon 506-188. the emergency implementation on July U. Each weekly winner economy. 12:30 p.m. Motor Overhaul Corp.to" throughout ....pi 7bidoms
Applications may bv filed as Compels btchv In
of these for the lISt 12 weeks will com On trial are the government Trtntmittion' rebuilt
Joe Salmon posted a 557-192. plans.He nlud.ng dspo.ai and dshwihiv
the third month before
Buck and MeKlrl- Is a member of the Flor- pete In this event and someone guideline for labor wag *cal.. early as $8500 DamageBy LubricationBrtket N.n IC,..,.1 porch Paved
Perry Ralph the month In which tie> Indlvl driveway, totfded lawn land
han each had a 556. Buck witha ida Nuclear Development Commission will own a color TV. and management pricing poll. dual reaches retirement age. Polith. 4 W.. leaped Phone Ml 14104 after

190 high and Mac a 204. Rose ; vice chairman flor- S Se des. Considerable time can be *sv. High WindsDADE Pent look any lurth.' I P M 4111 tlCl
Th. extent of the slump In
Morrison reached a 465 and Wan- ida Resources Planning Committee Who will go to Nassau????? ed If applicant appearing to flit a.. homo. t bedroom 1 bath
steel output may give a better CITY APTornado.. N,., beach and golf courte Browner
'S (
da and chairman of the State for benefit will bring Social 'Ingram Chevrolet Inc.
Rice 464. Rae "Fireball"Hendrlx ; clue to the real strength of thtt like .. Ml t5fH */?! & "/,
wind destroyed
some
came up witn a lone Civil Defense Program Coor- Have you tried the Bingo Bowl factor feeding the business up. Security Card, evidence of s-ge li* tin at. N MI i notNaola
small buildings at 5t.lAto'. Catholic
205, H. Follis 199, 0.13. Osceo- dinating Committee. A graduateof yet? They say It Is very excit ( and a record of last fear's and College here Tuesday ami *. Pl.. houte Custom on bull well, 1 dantctoed bedroom t large bath
this earning.
la 197, Earl Campbell 194. the National Civil Defense ing. The trend of retail Pales and year' ripped the roof from a ZOGMoot lot Nice neighborhood. T."./
Wall Staff College In "Operations"and 5. consumer debt this month may 44-Mobile Home >o Ilns. refrigerator" and
George 193. Katie Stull shed at Bradenton. ttove Mevert cycle air con
had a 165. Ann Davis 163. Ann "Local Government In Em- Belles and Beaus Frank Nichols finally tell the atory-about how I1g'niiliELt1TOR's dilmning No doting, cost MIa
Trees were uprooted and utlll 94'110' US or I )J90 ICompletely /?| n
mi New Moon -
Follis 162. Donna Halley 164 ergencies", his varied activities led the Beaus with a 552- American are renting to the l\ line downed. A thunderstorm Cloted in tcretned porch B*. _

and Ruth have given him the name of 195 and Bettye Hoverman was high federal Income tax cut. At I I.. -- dumped ".,. (prmgt Angler' Parfdito furmthd waterfrnnl
Campbell 152. The
five Inches ol
.Ut'l steady and calm growth : NOTF.-Today nearly Trtiler park >/l.?l CM home Accett to Gulf Mo
Apaches and Four Ughs are the "Mr. Civil Defense". Belle with a 501-173. Gene Tlll- rain. There were no reported InJurle verie cycle air conditioning
or quirk boom and Inflation. Jack Benny I I. the guest writer CI... Ettalel Trailer SIT cabana 0,..". refrigerator, f,..,.,

leading tribal units taking 18 Gibbs man produced a 551-193 Mary Jo Th.. reaction to the civil rights for Cynthia Lowr)., who I* on *. bail offer and' M.rrlt"OO) :ml_. and butt in dryer,.".. teawall and .oven .........,
of 24 488-175 Ginny Baldwin with '0'
out The
points. Pawnee bill once signed nu>' foreshiid. vacation. Damage estimate at St. Uto' t" baird 13.000.. Ml M/J

have 15. Happy Warriors 14, Florida Farmers 460-183. Ev Baldwin shot a 221 ow "hat* In store for the na. By JACK BENNY and adjoining property ran to 4S-Tr.il.r. For R..it 111.6'

Sioux 13, Mohican 12, Seminoles loner Gene Chamberlln 217.Ci len tlon. Business has a big stake, HOLLYWOOD (AP) We S7.000. Art Duy's Marine at

11, Commanche Caloosa Using FertilizersIn LUes 200, Robert Lawhon 196, both In what turmoil could do lo have many guest start on my Bradenton said their storage Trilr| week 5. tl a Space**...It with f ..TVIO *.*. 58-loti For Sal._

Don Chesser 191, Gene Tessler trade and In how Individual program. But before! INs per shed: suffered/ about 81 .!100 worth Flock Creek Trailer "'tk&JlIl' PONT lOYAL Letl Galleon

--- ----- Large VolumeThe 192 Marcy Buckner 170. Fay firm must realign policies to sonilltle are scheduled to ap. of damage, wit' Or 0>..J fir Herbert laia, or JI10 Trade Potl.

Norway DenmarkGet volume of fertilizers and Hatcher 162. Marl\ Erickson and meet .employment sales, pro. pear I get together with my 48-ApU. For Rant Mad 0....., C.M
,
Katie Hajek-15B each. motion and production pollcli and
writers we come up with
soil additives used in Florida
Mr. K's Plea CLASSJC-The pro forthenlte and preiium. point of view that will fit each PUBLIC NOTICI IIl.cs. Ca W..S. ivMs.55. 59-Acrge
has Increased one-third MOTIL MlI
duringthe lists ) '
was DJ. Salmon with The wage.prtre fuliU-llnei will one. Actually w* altay* Mart
a 628 using NOTICE OF INTaNTION TO 130' an 110I1 S 1111 DitTKElSK Ownr Pills
For Neutrality past ten years keeping pace games of 243 and 205. Jack Hat- ret their most dramatic teat out with a clear sUie-w. let 10"1" FICTITIOUS MsSICti Oden. furmthtd efticiency moneyi 1 5 10 ..,es IttO totalprc
with growing agricultural activities month In Detroit In the auto Idea back "do..n.1I 110. h....' CIV' large Colter County "00'' (..
this
1./1
Item Air cond
OSLO, Norway (A P)-Soviet cher came up with a 586-223. grow, tossing tify that I am conducting a boatrepair MI .tm. tale Ml I Solo Open lundevt,
the 14Ui y
Florida State Chamber In dust n. and forth. *nd maintenance butmett elNaple Aptt MI 5 l/o if
Premier Khrushchev nude a Commerce In Its Gene TlUman 583-213 Buck !? cent roverslal *. Florid. under the lictilieHit, AP a-: _
reported The government' Thtt on. program thai I* the Sibil Short For trailer or hometito over
bid for . ol Morn toot Workt endtht
public Tuesday night "' .
563-197. John Stull
Weekly Business Review released 562-195 Bud guideline are designed to.ucr.1t exception one that w., pretty laid firm it competed .. the YEAR ROUMO LIVlNa I acre .Iractt >* ...* | *...
Norway and Denmark to quit Hasslnger 559-214. Al Hajek200. general .'athe well following portent whote. nmet and Modern. on* bedroom f\t .. tract with electricity' and
In know
a about ahead of ,
the North Atlantic alllanr and yesterday."In Alton atcher time p.iClMPt......I ar* .5 lulled liciency Aptt lurmthed. TV I road* Other. b g acreage tract.
had a 199, Gene limit of increases a'id I I. the do t'O dn $;o per m* and
Finland and Sweden In spite of this gain in volume wag annual show w* tAM Moses J" cable in Monthly or year up
Join a .,
ChAmberlin 193 be 111' Clut Av* NaplnOwnrthip Re and CoIl' County Meal Ctltle Ml
Marvin
Lightner price advance that ran with Jam** Stewart and his round Ml S 'US Kelly
Nordic zone of neutrality.An fertilizer as a farm ex-, .! Mrn Boat W.," Av* t/Hf- I Snag Open lunc/o,.. ,
pense was relatively less last 193-191 and Frank Hatcher reached without upirttlng the wife, C.orla. The>'re my neigh i. .* MOftVll. j'.o::: 'u.n..h.d .!.Int, l/4lfwtht! I
audience of DOO.IncIuding 191. general pr'c structure and setting hors In Beverly Hill. SAM in Owner 100 the* apt ". pelt *r children Mi V a r. ,rl.cl li U dn, ."d

government ministers, membersof year than ten years ago. The Pa rent One
'Ih mile from
"Forlda consumption of mixed : Floyd.' t ,tier ttid O.,
Parliament and diplomats- sheets were not available. spiral that became the the bJilness of writing corned)' name *l Marr *teal rag Wo," unclOl Air tondilioneif lurmthed I bedroom City Colder County Real E*. '
did not applaud Khrushchev' fertilizers came to 1.327,000 HIGHLANDS badge of Inflation In the varl Is a serious on. Trios who" the proviiont el Chapter IOII1 L.*sob apt Near beach and I'"' 115 Ml S 3010 Opsn aunday

plea In an address at the politically tons last year and the use of MDCED-Leaduig pot"ar tear. doubt this need onl) visit my Florida Actt of 1141Witnttt 073 00 III1)I oar month y.'eu'dMl .If l/lltlwnlis
the field Ev hand tNI CnN Ie ofLCO.AL
was Baldwin with a / :
Independent Norwegian additives totaled 772,000 tons. In *oro. induct rle*. rrlre al. set on Stag I at Revue Univ. J,,.. IH4 my TINANTI WANTt6On 10 acre*-Clot* lit on I.I."t"IAliL
Institute of Foreign Affairs. The latter included such materials 584-201-215. Jack Hatcher hada ready ha\* been creeping upo .rsal $tudioa. Look for (the sad. SAM 110I0..1.. J"JUft. loll,.... lurmthed *pn 3rd Silly "d. MS.00*
514-197.Ca.-ol Campen led the 10. 17. U. Jile' I. 1t64 wiT Ave tootn Call Tommy Kaho*. 40 aer.t-Nf Big CyprettO
Although Insisting that he was as nitrates phosphates far without setting off a gei.eral dst appearing men around. ,: Ml )2tM or HU' lf Court* 121000

not offering advice to the Nor. calcium compounds and vege- weaker sex with a 487- 201jGln-; rise Management In still The) will. be m) vnlors, NOTICC 1/17.W'IU 4t :**_ *. prooottdI'XXZSKRtib I.

wegian government and Parllament table and animal byproducts.From nle Baldwin 476172. Sute Tlll- other I* talking of price Increases They get together and play IN THC COUNTY juoat I COURt Lovely' air conditioned sOCee', ' Rd. I14MO
man listed a 461 179. Norma If rompetitineronditionsimproce with Ideas. The call lilt after IN AND POP COLLItM COUNTY. cy. N Neple tuitabi: I *dultli. ESTATES II000BY
Khrushchev urged adherence of
75 to 80 per cent the FLORIDAIN Mo yearly. Ml tPSTI 0 to I I
to the neutral policies of fertilizers and other materials Sloan and Jean Hyder each came enough inoming a "hil* and *ai "Jack, we've PnlOBATg 5, Ml 1 j ptl -'./7IJfTrd APPOINTMENT, PLEAsE

Sweden and Finland. made In Florida. up with a 175 singleton.No weeks and month to make itch got It. This Is fine W* think we IN FJg ESTATE NO III OF ..ind Apartment I.. N..I. 10uU, med Mod.1

are standings have been avail- hike stick.Labor have a good nor) line now,"' JOHN FOMTUNA. Lovely Apt I bedrm rurntlh HO"''' .n display,
"We think It would be a con. "Farmers are not the only DICjIIUD .. YbeclyDr :
leader b..CII slmppIvg
able from always) uat'h: They have an employer "ho .a AttOClOtM I
:
toward In the the leagues. TOLL CMCOIT011 AND ALL ...iti'!
trlbutlon I tall
peace users of fertilizers In Florida.In tilt trend set bi auto negollatlon bears no resemblance to the Pf HIONt HAVING CLAIMS 0* euniCe Lucill Out Virgil Marcumob

north If Norway and Denmark recent years demand has *. And buaines this time mISer! figure the> hays creat OIMAN01 AOAINIT AID' CS S TV bi.os uS ,.ce.sp/.IeI i., ssdTnd In pll JaegarDEWEY

were not bound by military ob. been pushed upward by lawn and 17 Declared DeadIn more than \"Itr eyes the Detroit You TAT ol you' *r* nrbyKt SImS .,.... Iouc" I blecS' Ices POLLY
toward states which d.M II.II' Avt. \. Ml i Oil 111'1'
Ugations highway right-of-way maintenance Ulk for clue of what the ) writer art Sam P rrtn 'I. ; rtquir1 to pretont' *ny _
.. and demand which ctt lit leG IIMFurn REALTY
have nothing to do with this SI "' yen
and by commercial turf Air Collision maH| ct. Oorg Seizer. At Gordon and .,thr you. may lIn.anls I .bin .,It. ('..>....
area," the visiting premier laid. Steel i5flt negotiating this Hal Goldman I think their) teamwork the tt'I1.Itlate ol John Fortune. P* .... TV Air Cone) 7.. 4th Corner ., Ul Av.. U*. 4
needs. ........ Ace I Ml lm 4/1 II
"We think that the grower South Of Bermuda I. lIe Monsbls .c"11 C. Tanuaml Trill'
partlrlpa.tlon "Half the of summer But U this prove* I* s record llf*..p"n for a II.ft'' '. C..ft', Jde S, CeII.v' Ml I4IM
such Nor. 2.099.000 tons ,..,..... I 10"00110I UNFURNSrD""
of countries wroiiff the depth of the steel group of comedy wrturt. Per C."I inC Its Ills 1151 0shd.aISh.as.$551i7l5'i
fertilizer and related mate rials WASHINGTON; ..-Th Air Ito S's Mid .t I"e Csnnly Csari' APT 0"11" AC"1t 110I1 i iI .
the mill. (rAp> Collier County Rest .
and Denmark In E
way .irle mJj. repeal jutt now rio and; Bal have teen .. 7tH "I"
r "riu . .
"... In (atl Napie* Cellar e. tate. Ml t it**. Open .
17
consumed In Florida last Force has declared cold the Sunday
tary plans of the West has been year strung Is the overall demand :Ing for nt* for 22 )ean. Cordon ty, Florid, withm *ia ill cal* drmonth 5/Twill
created through a mere set of was used in a dozen counties officer and men who were from me dele of the lirtlpublication 49-Houie For Rent
tlul I* iooiij d on to pull most i and Goldman can chJk: up 17. hereof laid claim, ./
'Ircunutanres. Polk county was top with 212 aboard two planes that c..U"I| industries, Impressive. heIghts I can be fooled more easIly dmndt to conttm the legal addrett 62-Builnei Property

"From our point of ,I.w. the 982 tons, followed by Palm Beach mnilli it BermuiU M.I.ay.OnlI alter labor flay.. I than my writers Sometimes I e lo. ISo and. clement..,..." .and.. lo.''''"batworn r

most reliable cuarante for thesecurlt with 156/96 tons,Lake with 144. five Ullv" luvc (won rv.covered There sill be more things hot i Sake the mistake of reading a ta>d along ...,. II eo ..>. lilmgtlaimt or LAROI 'URNIIMCO HOU1C Trail ...,.... 121 g Iron I

; of such ountrles as 216 tons and Orange with ill, according to r 6l''lIIImN 1C'rt.rer.m thAn Jux the weather, Civil I Irlrht" script nd saying "Feilas, I or WALTI the tame a will softOKorvMetident be berr4 t S.d's.m FOR.. t bath MINT. Oen. Near taot Itland. Between. Turner Naple., C.end....,Mar.co Co.. !.
In WuJilii"t
Norwaj and Denmark. Sweden 639 tons. Others order ranged : vie-thai .ramntlfn audI Ivn'l think this I. very fuony. Agent Fithin. Pier Center 5.51. Ideal SrI Me tttreelthopp b. Meal Estate, Ml I.Ml*. Open I
.Uor\ \4 nut uf the TAYLOR JiiJ Finland Is ;a polio of neu. downward Dade '? .ittltuile,* of rmiHM-ner manar. I I I think the lines should be tOKOKOTV 4 THI lamily. |14( monthly M "MfAO Sunday S/a.we
ATTO*NIV FOR
to 48.000 toruj .
li .illti wlU< i II i oth sides would plane. J* part i f pjrlnftraining mt'.ot and labor all mtheal. iup i changed." nun OF ..... . .....
tj ur *** tot. BehindTrait.
r*. ,ov.uz tvth the Western Hlllsborough. Highlands. St. ml.-.l,III I before the this mi ,itb lu apoil am antIrilestiolls !. Every time I do thai, f spend JOHN FORTUNA OICCAIIO MIlltR AtSOCIATtt_ End Motel, trd tl. i .
Hardee. Marion\ Pasco h rvirwd from IN *4, CCNTFJAL AVINUINAPLI Averi Make otter No broker Writ
vmr ill, the Socialist !'run.ttlo" cr were llul U'n Just a Urn i nor lime apologizing than you *. FLOMlOAJ Ml. Hh Ml tIU Boa IM A IS, CMIior*County*

.. and Indian River. 114I.. for a ..**< nioMj. i could believe. :n*..!I*_iP. 14 July .. I IH4 alPs N*- VlotnSsC'

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1 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday July I, 1964
WEATHERBy Momentary Racial Truce I


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,

Tearful Polish FarewellAs High Low Pr. .r ,. '

Albany, clear 98 71 < r ): : In St. Augustine Turmoil

Albuquerque, clear 92 63 :; .', ( I

Atlanta, cloudy 86 70 y. the committee makes .
no
Kennedys Leave For U.S. Bismarck clear 80 58 .11 ST. AUGUSTINE Fla. (AP- prog.ress
<' demonstrations would be
Boise, clear 80 58 "' ,. 1:' > .. Racial peace returned to St. resumed '

WARSAW, Poland (Ap}-Atty.Saturday by Ambassador Eu. Boston, clear 94 77 .01 > : Augustine today alter a month The Negro leader also said

Gen. Robert Buffalo, cloudy 98 72 of turm.oll. that of the biracial commit.
F. Kennedy' visit:; genlusc Milnlklel of the Foreign 1' one
ry.i. In the
sides dispute
Both
,
to Poland ended today with I L Ministry. Chicago, cloudy 94 71 3ww.i ,, > while secret tee's first jobs would be to study
truce a
J. to
noisy, tearful farewell Cincinnati, cloudy 84 85 .32 /' agreed t the of
from nun.dredi > The government was under. biracial committee attempts to question dropping charges
of poles and a cold rho ul. stood to be Irritated at Kenne Cleveland, clear 91 87 filed against Negroes during the
der from the Communist eovrnraent. ..dy's series of stump.style Denver, clear 85 53 find a middle ground. demonstrations.By .
Des Moines The truce Is aimed at ending
clear 87 67
speeches to street crowds and the the time the truce began,
weeks
for at least two marathon
Before leaving for London, en Ms visit to Stefan Cardinal Wy. Detroit Fairbanks, cloudy 95 73 series of demonstrationsthat the hundreds of state, county and

route to the United States, he szynskl, the Roman Catholic fog 64 42 In than 300 city police officers had virtually
resulted more
Issued a statement to newsmen primate of Poland, against the Fort Worth, clear 05 72 In eliminated all but hit-and.run
arrests and scores of Injuries
Helena, clear 80 50 .i.
urging "the reconciliation of advice of government officials. violence.
brawls on the street and the ,
Eastern and Western Europe In Several hundred Poles outside Honolulu, clear 85 74 .01 beaches There was no word on what
association with the United hotel Indianapolis, cloudy 89 68
Kennedy's repeated the effect the truce wbould have on
Luther Jr.
Dr. Martin King ,
States" as "the only sure guar. ovations he has received the Jacksonville! cloudy 89 73 assault a suit asking that a ban on night
Is the
who leading
antee against nuclear few serenadedhim Juneau, cloudy 52 50 .18
war, past days. They demonstrations, instituted by the
racial barriers here
,
whether by design or accident." with a chorus of "May you Kansas City, cloudy 87 73 against governor, be overturned and that
Except for low.ranklng aides live 100 years" as he climbed Los Angeles, clear 85 58 told a Jubilant Negro rally Tues. the governor be held in con.

and security people, no Polish again to the roof of his sedan.At Louisville, cloudy 84 68 day night that a victory had tempt

officials saw Kennedy, his wife the airport, Kennedy got Memphis, fog 81 70 .03 been scored."The .
and three of their children off out of his car to shake hands Miami, cloudy 85 77 .08 purpose of our direct action y
at the Milwaukee clear 85 68 was to create a crisis, a
airport Although Kenne. with almost everyone standingIn ,
dy's visit was private, he had a crowd of 150 outside the Mpls.-St.P., cloudy 90 65 .14 tension, to bring our case out
been New Orleans cloudy 89 70 .46 In the open, so that they would
met on his arrival last fence. Two old women broke Lodge Says
Into tears. One kissed his hand New York, clear 99 78 talk to us about ithe said.

and he patted her cheek. Okla. City, cloudy 97 64 .05 "Now they have agreed to do

Kennedy's departure brought Omaha, cloudy 83 67 ...., ..... r.llt--..._ _'" ._ that."
May Investigate Philadelphlacloudy 100 72 Gov. Farris Bryant said he
the first appearance of pickets 'We Will Win'In
Phoenix, cloudy 108 73 I IMITATION I I MOUNTAIN I had named the committee to
during his visit. Both at the hotel Workmen construct 59 foot high model of Mt. Fuji

DuPont Estate and beside the plane were Pittsburgh, cloudy 88 67 (background) In Japan so tourists can look at and climb' the mountain model when the function until a permanent Is establishedas bl-
racial committee
men with placards In Polish Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 84 60Ptlnd famed peak la boat In clouds. Inside the manmade mountain, will be a four.story museum recommended June 18 by a
WASHINGTON (AP) Con. reading "In the name of peace, Ore., cloudy 77 54 Viet NamBy
Rapid City clear 84 61 county grand jury. He declinedto
gress may investigate the Flor. don't give nuclear weapons to ,
Richmond, cloudy 94 64 1 Dead 4 MissingIn Identify the interim group'smembers
Ida duPont estate's connectionwith West Germany" and "Whydoesn't JOHN M. HICHTOWER i
the St. Joe Paper Co., a the government of the St. Louis, rain 84 70 .26 Death Destruction- WASHINGTON (AP) Hen.
Plane Collision said the committee was
federal Judge in Tallahassee United Slates recognize our Salt Lk. City, clear 92 64 King
declared today
made of two whites and two ry Cabot Lodge
and a bank In Mississippi, a frontiers on the Oder and the San Diego, cloudy 77 61 up
"
rd in
Of CatalinaAVALON that the wnwil spiral"
North He said their names
Missouri Nelsse?" San Fran, cloudy 60 53 Negroes.
congresswoman says.
Discussion of a congressional Kennedy shook hands with the Seattle, cloudy 75 55 Santa Catalina Is. Winnie's Manilla Toll were withheld to protect them the South Communist Viet Nam has war been in

Investigation will be taken up alan pickets at the airport and gave Tampa, cloudy 90 75 7 land, Calif CAP)-One naval re. from harassment.
- - - -
Washington cloudy 98 74 servlst Is dead and four others to traffic after a King said he had called a halt stouued.
executive meeting of the one of them a rose. MANILA (AP) Casualty port reopened He said "we will win' If the
to demonstrations to show good
Winnipeg cloudy 73 57 are missing after collision of 36.hour suspension.
House Banking Committee, said In his statement to newsmen figures from Typhoon Winnie United States :and the South
Rep. Leonor K. Sullivan, D..Mo.Tuesday' Kennedy plugged a theme two Navy submarlne-tracklng soared today as reports of death The typhoon passed south of faith.The Vietnamese persist In carrying
of
leaders white
which Is said to have attract planes. the big U.S. Clark Air Force! segrega.
testimony by Edward and destruction from one of the
out realistic political" and mill.
ed the Interest of MinIster A .port.flshlng boat near the Base 45 miles north of Manila, tlonlsts also accepted the truce.
Ball, chief trustee of the Florida Foreign Traffic Deaths worst ,storms ever to smash said Ku tory polli les.
estate which controls numerous Adam Rapackl In a meet crash four miles north of this through Manila started trickling but hit the U.S. Navy's Sang. Hoisted Manucy a
In his first since
scheduled major siieecii
Klux Klan July
rally
Florida banks, the St. Joe Paper inK two days ago. resort Island picked up the body In from stricken areas. ley Point Air Station across the from

Co., and the Florida East Coast It was that "Poland has poll. Up 6 Per Cent alone victim Tuesday. The The Philippine News Service bay from Manila. A Navy 4 has been canceled.disclaims after returning resigning as Saigon ambassador Monday,

Railway.Ball tical ties with the Soviet Union Navy identified him as Lt. K.R. and local newspapers reported spokesman said there were no Manucy, who memo ,
'CHICAGO AP-The nation's in the KKK advised his Lodge pictured the greatestthreat
was testifying against a and personal ties with the ( Crowell, 40, of Thousand Oaks, 40 dead although the Red Cross casualties. Aircraft were either bership ,
In violence to tills confident outlookas
traffic deaths In May continued followers not to engage -
United States and therefore has Calif. lashed securely or flown to saf.
proposed bill which would bring listed only 11 fatalities. The Red
an increase In "hostile out.
an upward trend dating back during this truce period.
the duPont estate under the fed. a unique opportunity to contrlb Helicopters and boats con. Cross reported 275 Injured and er areas. "
side .
2'/4 and hit record highs said that when the civil pressur' from fie Communist
years King
eral bank holding art, forcing the ute to European security and verging on the scene found only 376,897 homeless In cities and The Manila Weather Bureau side.
estate either to divest Itself of the easing of tension between the National Safety Council reported floating debris, gasoline slick provinces of central Luzon Island said the typhoon, still packing rights bill becomes law there
Soviet today. and a Inflated life 95 mile winds was would be tests of Its applicationIn If those pressures glow too
Its banking Interests or Its other the United States and the partly raft hit by the typhoon. burning .
holdings. Union." The month's toll was 3,950. Manila declared a state of across the South China Sea St. Augustine by small groupsof great, lie said In an address
The total for the first five Negroes. He also satd that, If prepared for the National Press
toward the Chinese mainland.
During the hearing, Mri.Sulll. Kennedy said America wants calamity and began clearing
months of 1964 was 17300. Both Club, then "we miy be forced"to !
van asked Ball if the St.Joe Pa. Poland's help "In building those 2 Trucks rubble and debris.! The city of to deal
exceeded previous records set a Bump take other actions
per Co., does business with the open 'bridges of reconciliation'that two million still was without
year ago, May by 9 per cent,, with the new threat.Lodge .
Merchants and President Johnson called '
Farmers Bank of
electric and water 36
At IntersectionTwo power
the five months by 13 per cent. did nut SI| Meridian Miss. for last month. after Police
hours the typhoon roaredIn
May was the 29th of the last trucks collided this SearchingFor additional steps might he em.
Ball said 4t didn't, "so far as In a statement concluding his morn- from the Pacific with windsup
31 months to show Increase ployed against Communist foic.
I know." three day visit to Poland, he an tog about 6:15 at the Intersection to 90 miles an hour Monday
In traffic In Southeast Asia, There has
deaths.
es
of Fourth Avenue North and
She asked If the paper com. also declared; "I believe that night.
pany had ever engaged in bust now Is the time to work earnest. Although the amount of travel Eighth Street, and Clellen Eu. Public transportation was re. been considerable talk from
rose 6 per cent to 334 billion lines driver of truck U.S. officlils In recent weeks
ahead gene one Banker's KillerPolice
ness transactions with a federal ly on the great problem stored this morning. City streets
miles the death rate 100 about possibly carrying the war:
,
Judge In Tallahassee at a time -the security of Poland and of per was charged with failure to yield were choked with cars and
million also Increased. The five to North Viet Nam bvIr:
when the firm was a litigant In Eastern Europe, of Germanyand right of way.Damage .
; buses. returned to the man U.
MIAMI AP) Police sought but he did not mention
month death rate, 5.2, repre. to each truck was es. ( strikes,
a matter before the judge Western Europe, of the The Manila but It *.
seated 6 cent Increase International Air. today to find a killer who ter for more questioning, that
a
Ball replied that It did not. Soviet Union and of the United per tlmated at $100 by Sgt. Robert banker Jac. was halted after the man's law.
over last stabbed millionaire lie did say however, that onekind
year
Alexander of the Naples Police
Ball was questioned extensive. States. Mis-Skunken Identity Mossier more than 13 times yer obtained a court order de. of "outside
piessures"
tan
ly on the Florida East Coast Kennedy urged early discus. PURPOSE Department who investigated the ques knife and manding a stop to interrogation.He .
TED accident. Smell. Up Pet Hunt with a etiletto-type per. come from neighboring land
Railway strike which had been lions to settle the problem of
not charged.
under slnre January 1003. divided Germany. PENSACOLA Fla. (AP) Police reported that Lines,drl. WINTHROP, Wash. (AP- haps cracked him on the head was used as a "sanctuary" dom
way Mossier and his wife each had
lie told committee members When a house caught fire, a ring t'63Chervolelptckupltuok, This case of mistaken identity with an ornamental glass bird. which Viet Nam ran l he at.

that the line dropped neighbor woman joined the housewife approached the Intersection, had a certain air about U, Mossier. 69-year-old owner Q( children by former marriages, tacked ,and the Communist VietCong
passenger four children.; Four
plus adopted
service after the strike started Senate Confirms in a bucket brigade to quail came to a stop at the stop sign, John Dabrltz was missing one banks, In Indiana, Illinois and of their children were with Mrs. forces /given" asslctam

because management was "not the flame*. then pulled Into the path of the of his pet deodorized skunks. He Florida, was found clad only In Mossier when sho found the "with Impunity.

d willing to subject passengers to Taylor, Johnson The housewife wt spatteredwith second vehicle, a'61 Chevrolet thought he spotted the animalIn a nightshirt by his wife Candace, body upon' returning from a "Obviously,'' Lodge said,

the of murderedby WASHINGTON water and a fight broke out. refrigerator truck driven by Harold a pit near a neighbor's 45, about 4:30 a. m. Tuesday. "when one Is engaged In a life
danger being (AP) The morning drive.
The neighbor was hospitalized Eugene Williamson. house. Dabrltz hopped Into the The glass bird lay shatteredon and-death struggle, such a'sanctuary'
criminals while riding In our Senate confirmed by voice vote Mossier owned Interests In
trains." today President Johnson's for face injuries. The housewife The Williamson truck struck hole to pick up the little rascal the floor and part of the drap. banks and, othersIn must not EO on for.
nom. front three Miami
with assault The back out In hur. ery in the plush ocean ever." But he added "It should
was charged the pickup on the right side near and hopped a
list of 253 actsof Inatlon of bid
He produced a Gen. Maxwell D. Pat Chicago and South Bend, ,
house skunk apartment was torn. Capt. be possible> to deal with this
burned down.
the front Wrong
vandalism or sabotage againstthe Taylor to be ambassador to right ry. Gallagher.. Miami homicide chief and was president of the Mos. problem by peaceful means"
line South Viet Nam. of llous.
," said no murder weapon was sler Acceptance Corp Lodge, declared the United
Ball told the The Senate also had homes In Mi.
committee the confirmedthe ton, Tex. They
found but "we assume Its a thin. States "must work for effective
FEC was operating with less nomination of U. Alexis ami and Houston.
bladed knife, something like a suj>ervlslcm" of South Viet
than 900 employes now :is com. Johnson to the top.ranklng for. r stiletto" Nam's holders with North VietNam

pared to about 2,200 employes elm ,career status of career Mossler's dog Rocky, chained Space Officials Cambodia, and Laos to
before ambassador
the strike. r 9 V Inside the door, was heard! bark. stop the Communists from vlci.
Johnson, who previously held ing wildly about 2 a. m. A neigh. InvestigatingAtlas lating them In moving, suppliesand
the rank of minister
career Is
bor across the hall from the Mos. reinforcements Into South
already on duty In Saigon as slers reported someone shouted: FailureCAPE Viet Nam and In making attacks

SALEJuly lor.deputy ambassador under Tay. 'i; "Don't, don't-don't do that tome KENNEDY (AP) on that country

@ ." Space agency' officials have ordered He said proper| supervision of

fOUR-LEAF CLOVERS The neighbor, a red-haired a severe testing programfor the larders Is essential for end.

2nd To FLOURISH mer model, Mrs Peggy Fletcher hydraulic r pump shaft like Inn ,aggression In Viet Nam and

said "I heard someone close the one which caused the allure of for achieving peace| In Southeast

July IJUh Only PFKIN, N.Y. (AP) PekmIIill door across the hall and walk an Atlas-Centaur spate rocket Asia lie did not say how the

florid Leon Grolh, through ,, ) down the hall. Then I heard him test launching Tuesday sup ervisiusr might be achieved.Therflj .

even years of research, has -11e run dowr the concrete outdoor They want to learn if vibration hat been SIIPI'ul.lllnll| U..tthe .

bred a plant which produce 20 ;-<, stairway." She s.-lrt, heavy foot caused the shaft to snap about United, States might ask thin

generations of four-leaf clover .. steps convinced l Iter It was a four seconds after the Centaur United Nations tci undertake the

a year second stage Ignited or whetherthe task
r ! yr r
"A market for these plant ; j4i tr' \ man.About 2:45 a. m., before police part was fault)'. The break alga devoted Ms preiured

ul.,. in the plastics mdutry," knew of the murder, several of. resulted In loss of hydraulic address entirely tc) a report on

t he nay*. "I hope to turn thi. fleers questioned a man found pressure and the second stage the conflict In Viet Nam. Heerved

endeavor and my hand to functionmg I cut and bloody near Mossler's engines shut clown after 253 sec. there as ambassador for

*onvenii(, beginning this apartment. His wife had called onds Instead of the Intended 300 10 months before his derisiontwo

civic' e." 01' t..AOI- police. He told officers three seconds weeks ago to come home

And, he adds: "Someday my w.N boys had beaten him up and stol. The stare failed to gain orbl. and help Pennsylvania Gov Wil.

0A wife Rrend and I will plant .. : en his car. A routine report! was tal speed and It plummeted Ham W. Srranton In his fight

acre and acres of fields !brimming _, r Ll filed the Atlantic Orean 2,700 miles against Sen. Barry Goldwater

with four-leaf closer . east.aoulheast of Ca|" Kennedy for the Republican presidential

plant in the Cireai Northve KEEP THE CARSSOMEWHERE Official don't foresee a delayof monlnatlon.
r e'll offer folk the OOKP1K ARRIVES- -The funny-looking critter above is a stylized representation of an ELSE the next Atlas-Centaur flight Lodge warned! Americans
oppivtunitt
k to pick one No ginimuk no Arctic out called an Ookpik The first OOkplks (shown at left)I. were made of sealskinby SlltLItt\ILLF. Ky. (AP) now scheduled for October.Neverthelss against becoming discouraged .
Eskimos of the Fort Chimo Cooperative in the Canadian Arctic Even at a price of Workmen went dutifully about the failure ad''ed< about the struggle In Southeast ,.

25% clover fee People lea\e really and ,e'nJ'1lucky.! like to |10 each with a six-month waiting time the Ookpik caught the fancy of many Canadiansand their job of tearing down a 12- to the woes of the hanl-lurk: r>ltt). Asia, declaring that they should

OFF v> Americans Thus to meet demands the imitation Ookpik, (shown at right), came In room house to make room for a gram which Is about IS month emulate the "mole-like pattern

First pus what" luck tte'te had along to being. The fuzzy, white Ookpik sells for about $3. used car lot, behind schedule became: of tern- e" of the Communists in

quality -to them - --- -- - -- -- ____n_. __ Almost. through their teak nlcal problems The Atlas-Cen. what he said will\ he a long
the) uncovered the framework ofa taur Is being develop' to launch struggle.
unmanned ec'raft to t h e "If we and the Vietnamese
imrne one-room log cabin. The His- soar
persist In carrying out realisticpolitical :
L.N tamp Sot.i letl decided it once moon next year to scout cissl.i
and military policies,
ble astronaut lauding areas
and later
wan a stagecoach depot
we will win-provided the hosetil.
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