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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 2, 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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THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1964 8 PACES 10 CENTS 40th YEAR NUMBER Philippine death count I..m. T\.
phoon Ulnnle to 89 tuli11: d
Indicated nearly half .i mlllii 1 -
persons were I left homi'li..'<.
Ike To Nominate Dade Decision No Factor HereCounty's Authorities feared all epidf 'a. ,
Ic might break out in Mutl.i: :!, Ifi4.t
Scranton? No half of whose 2 million reside' :
,
have been without electriut' tr
Says Ike's Son water for the past throe darn
Broken power line idled
NEW YORK (.*P) Former Taxable Total many pumps, but the electric'

President Dwight D. Etsenhow. compan said full pure, should
.
er's son, John, has denied a report be restored bj' Friday.Police .
arried by the National ,
estimated dams In a
Broidrastlng Co. that his fath.
Manila
the area at $10 million
would nominate Gov. William .
ei
and the figure sea expected' tlJ
W. Scranton for presidentat ,. "
rise

.It'the' Republican not true," said'onventlon.\ John ElS '

(' in iwcr Wednesday night at To $176,533,570 ATHENS, Orl't"C'fOP>--Tie 'I'INE.4.
Jumps
his home In Gett\' hUTlt, Pa He public prosecutor art IIl1l'd three\
said that with him were his Athens newspapers todaif of.
father and'I mother, elcln "ttlm/ fending public decency b\ pub
their 48th wedding anniversar Hilling pictures of women III ( Telephoto
topless bathing suits. No trial H U'K IN 1'I.ITIl'S.) \mbassador
Cabot
...... ... ,. County Tax Assessor Sam Colding estimated this d.ltpas 'set greeted: \\a--hington! by Gen Maxwell Henry Taylor Lodge who Is was replacing I
.
e : :a.r "' ,"'f morning that the 1964 assessed valuation of county tax The 1It'*sl.mvrlnl him in \'It.t'Iiam./ Lodge gave up his Viet Nam
... : .... Apogevmallnl and Ath.
"w ..' '. J" .., -. w "YeaApk . able property will be $176,533,570 He stated the ex. ,t Inaiki. Other oesepspera had I It1law alignment! : prosulontul to assist Gov nomination William Sirantons candidacy for

aeo "" act figure will be presented to the County Commissionat avoided showing full front ex.
posures of girls In abbreviated
Tuesday's meeting swim suits,

This estimate Is $l1.eO.o.sOhl "But If the property should be Taylor Is Ready To Face
her than the 1963 valuation put up for sale at a cash priceof LONDON LAP) lirltaln's

.(, 4 M which reached S166.073.520, and $15,000, buyers usually can be commercial television networkhas I
found. That's the formula used been rut off the air b)' a
.4as according to Colding representsa in the In assessing property strike of technicians demanding: Great Of Career

$ x the 100"cash per value"cent of assessment taxable pro ol(f. ,"county he said. a.shorter 23 per hours.Management cent. pay boost stud Challenge

party In the county, He Judged the $20,000 price Ini of the 13 region.al .
Kcfcrrlng to report that Dade i this Instance as a paper value, companies Involved had WASHINGTON\ ) Amid favor of strategic nuclear pow.

County assessments have been,land said If the property did sell hoped\ to show old movies and military pomp, Gen Maxwell er.Two
c ordered doubled by the Supreme for that figure a mortgage for taped commercials\ but i.on.im. D. Taylor ends baltlc.starred\ year later, the Kennedy
Court Colding said "Collier only about two thirds of the sell- Ion operators refused to cross' career as a soldier today to face administration adopted many of
U about four aheadof I tog price would be negotiated the picket lines. Film deliveriesto l perhaps his greatest challenge Taylor's military suggestions\
County years
A as U.S. ambassador to Commu.nlslbesleged and President John F. Kennedy
the since the asking price wu In- the studios also were stopped.The
courts hated rival broadcasting corpor. South Viet Nam. brought the four at ar general
He explained ihccunemnte shun, which Is publicly owrnd Secretary of Defense RobertS out of retirement to serve as his
of
thod of assessment In this county Referring to requirements and doesn't carry commercials.Is . McNamara arranged to con. personal military adviser
"A piece of property may Florida Statutes and provisionsof not affected. fer still another award on Tay It was In this role that Tay.
be listed for sale at 20000. the State Constitution, Colding bur, 62, who already wears more lor went' to South Viet Nam In
; 1 Dut that figure doesn't necessarily said many facets must be consi- than 40 decorations speaking of late 1961 and returned with
r Y' represent the cash value. dered In assessing a piece of KABUL, Afghanistan: \ (AP') valor and service on suih hot recommendations that led to themasMve
,
a Pakistan and Afghanistan have
war fronts as Normandy and U.S. program to save
property
The bo on the market -
property may
agreed to seek an Improvement Korea and such cold Viet Nam from falling to the
"The cash value, the highest ) war fronts
for sometime without a buy in relations, the two nations announced as Berlin Communists
and of
best use the property, Its
er. today after a meeting The award: A third Oak Leaf Since then, he has been back
present use, location quantityand
between King Mohammad Zahlr Cluster In place of a fourth DIs.tlngulshed to Viet Nam four times, has
Weather Outlook size, costs. Improvements Shah and Pakistani President Service Ml'diilln rec.ognltion taken part lit 10Soulh.aal AMa
Income and other similar features -
Khan.
Mohammed Ajub
conferences
of his neatly two years strategy\ In Honolulu
M Partly cloudy through Fri. must be considered In makIng Pakistan and Afghanistanhave as chairman of the Joint Chiefsof and has kept' close touch with
,. eJt day scattered afternoon and assessments" he said long feuded over the north Staff the war from Washington.

The Supreme Court ruling west frontier area, which| The armed services mustered'
evening thunder showers It
Pathan tribesmen Inhabiting
against Dade County will not ; an artillery battery for a 19 .
Low' apply
tonight in 70., high Fri. and the Afghan governmenthave
salute
day 90 to 9/ Variable 3 to IS to Collier County Colding demanded be given Ind....' gun and contingents from
tlf. 'the
said "The Statutes | Army Navy, Air Force,
r require a pendence as the slat of Push
mile winds little higher
a
Marines and Coast Guard for
a
value' and
'
'just assessment we toonlstan.
y, r near shower full honor retirement ceremonyIn
have that In Collier County
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front of the Pentagon.
TIDES' Looking over 1964 assessments SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP)I tresident Johnson was sched.i .
he noticed that the assessed - Viet Cong guerrillas ambushed .i, tiled to attend a later Whit

High Low value of property In the Cityof and destroyed an army House ceremony at which Tay.

1 I Ip Iq a.m. p.m. am. p... Naples dropped about $500, convoy In the jungles of the lor was to be sworn In as am.
e 000.Ie/ said this was due to central highlands Wednesday, basaador. The Senate approved
July 2 5:39 3:29 11:36: 11:40 depreciation of buildings and killing 29 government troupe his nomination Wednesday night $
July 3 6:25: 7:01: 12:54: He said much But the Vietnamese Defense by voice vote. t
July 4 7:12 8:32 12:41: 23 some adjustments. Ministry also reported today A soldier-diplomat who speaks
L In Indicating -
construction
of the Naples
that government forces killed seven languages, Taylor will fly
July 3 8:02 9:50: 1:13: 307: boom
not
?n a building was 104 guerrilla In a mopping up to Saigon Saturday night to takeover
4 July 6 8.33 10:33: 2:46: 4:03: far to on the
enough along of
get operation a few miles north leadership of both the civil.

Add one hour for Mares 1964 tax roll the ambush Ian and military effort of the
roc The nine-truck convoy was hit United States to drive the Com. ,
;Jt.-- ..- = .....} ".. ;-...- y' a along Route 19, where a whole munlst guerrillas out of South
French mobile brigade was Viet Nam.
THE PALMER METHOD of relaxing These two wiped| out In 1934. This Is Taylor's second retire

charming additions to the Naples scene are Bonnie The convoy was making Its ment since his graduation from

(top) and Jenny Palmer daughters of Dr. and Mn the way coastal with military city of Qul supplies Nhon from West In 19S9 Point, he 42 mars retired ago.aa Army -

David D Palmer, temporarily staying at the Beach ( ,t chief of staff, In a blare of con. TAYLOR'S RGIIT!

Club, and planning" a residence in Naples. The rock i R'M It troversy over Eisenhower ad. State Deputy u Alexis
ministration defense policies.
groins provide ideal setting for the wind blown Skeeter PlaneTo Taylor contended that the eran Far Eastern:

beauties (McGrath photos) country's conventional force pert, Is to be chief -I
Fly AgainIn especially the Army were Gen Maxwell D ayl<
being neglected dangerously In bassador to South Viet


Bryant Wants To Hold t, .. The Morning

,: If. !:t' Backers
The dawn will come up like Scranton May

Reapportionment For 65 the thunder of a DC-3 tomor- I
row morning when the Lee County -

mosquito-fogging plane files Platform
FightBy
TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Flon., dl.lites .elected and so on, and I low over Naples and blankets the Stage
da Is studying the .,idv,nitapei i suggests Hut wt he l given until I area with -
mosquito klllingchem- -
Of asking federal ,illstiht ..nun 1 the 1965! ( > Legislature to get to a -
"I Miami to deli ."lUre'l'dletr. solution teal fog. JACK BELL ter's name In nomination, pre.
Islatlv reapiioitlonment until I I "Falling that, the ourt has Weather conditions will h.veto WASHINGTON (AP) Gov. dieted In an Interview that U
the 10G1! Legislature < an .utGov. plenty rat time to set in our be right or the fogging run will William W. Scranton's backers such a minority report material.
Farris Bryant said tocUv. e.l ae." not be made, Naples mosquito appeared today to bo laying the lies it will get short shrift in
"It has Ion g teen m) Bryant said he read the UA district director Brandt Wat- groundwork for a GOP conven. the convention.
thought," Bryant told a new' Supreme' Court lei'ision/ outlaw son noted. "We plan to fog ap- tlon platform fight to test the lie said h* doesn't believe
''I'onferein, "that we ought 1 tc' big rioilda's 1903 a|1""pot 1'1101. proximately the same area that solidity of Sen Barry Gold anything the Scranton: force
go to the district court, tell tht, merit on rounds both houses we covered last time" he said water's presidential delegate can do will keep Goldwater from

judges about our primaries. th' are not seated In population. Two weeks ago,the twln- nglned strength getting the nomination, I
Although no final derision Is "This thing has too far "
involved and the can gone ,
exi nses .
He said the de a Juh 18 deadline tot hired the local dlstrie' -
suggest : was by such a maneuver, Sen. Hugh won his spurs In the party. HB
E. Youth filing a 'tttiour for rear lilt. to fog the city and some Scott, R.Pa., already has can. was the one who went out; in
Naples thus winning a fon'ement of the 01'der.Bnant mornings. Encouraged by good group of liberal Republican rebuild It and the party wont ,

Held By SheriffPaul said appaientl. the results the district Is going to House members of the conven. forget that."

Juh Ifi date came UP through! tr. the aerial attack again. tlon commute,
Inteti'teatatton of the .court's 'arson said a Saturday morn- And Henry Cabot Lodge has
Casso, 20, East Naples tales that petition for lehear.I If i :togging would have been pre- teased off some hints that a Counterfeit $5
1s out on $200 bond following arrest Ing may be filed within Z" fens I ferar, but the Naples dutrlefcan" platform tight might providethe
yesterday by the Sheriffs after an order and the order basis for the kind of teat on
be
too choosy In Its selec-
Bills
_
Department on charges of "in- Is itajed. tier, of dates "They have to which Scranton's barkers may Show Up
terfering with prisoners." have to rely In their efforts to
What the Interpreter over "
take care of Lee first
Casso was arrested after he looked Bryant said, Is another the director explained.County shake loose some of the conven In Naples Area
had passed out small containers court rule that lid\I MO dela\s tlon votes now publicly commit.
Marring. at about 5 a.m., the I
teat to Goldwater for the norm JIo
of "stimulants" to prisoners are granted while the rourt la
plane U scheduled to cover about nation Four counterfeit ftYe.doDar
on vac at Ion, as It is now.
working as road crews bills have
along (,(" acres. The rental] costto If any' such battle Is carriedto shown up In the Napt $,,
the Tamlaml Trail. Meanwhile, Atty. Gen. James the Naples district is expected the convention floor, Mlrhl. urea since Monday, and Chief D*.:
He Is scheduled to appear In KI net ,ntlnued his studs of the to be about 2800. can Gov. George; Romney Is regarded rut Sheriff Aubrey Rogers aetd
County Court Monday. problem. Though there aren't as many as certain to align him. they are apparently part of those
printed by a counterfeit ,
rime' in
self with Scranton's: supporters
mosquitoes on the wing In Naplesnow North Carolina In
1938.
Romney, whose state casts 48
I Danford Area Variances OKd uatjon, compared said district to two weeks worker ago votes, has said he will not re. The ring passing the bills
lease those pledged to him on ti rough Florida, Georgia and
found the tM
have Insects
pesky
the first ballot aioltnas has sine been brc4aup
breeding heavily in the marsheseast Most Republican leaders think The last of the '
bills
I and south of the city. The that only a statement on civil seer in Naples In l 185t. *>._'
Tricky Easement Problem Comes Up At City CouncilBY district Is busy applying larva- rights that went far beyond ap, Two of .'
the
bills
Clde In these breeding areas to proval of the bill Congress Is were Jl&SIfd.
cut down on the number of skee- about to pass and pledges to en th" week by a white woman
DAVID LYON C. Hill, so h* could build a casements," he said. "As for vacated by Council ordinance in Conducing altuatlor are the deeds ters that mature, the director fore It could stir up a majoi at the Food Bank. Another vast
guest house in his back yard as I'm concerned, we have them, 1928. Then Council cam back two to the lots abutting the old ease.'. added. convention controversy passed at lCWlkoCh.k| by a IIItc.
City Council Zon. and years later and re-vacated them, ments. "I was left completelyin to / mal*. Rogers said both
approves a right next to the line dividing somebody will hay to go to On Monday at 3 the district Rep Melvin R. Laird R.WIs. lea.
lug Board of Appeals recommen. Hill's lot and an old 20-/oct court to take them away from us." but specified that the City retain.. the dark after reading the p.m., who heads the platform commit.tee iwiduaJs were questloned.Mg
datlofl Wednesday morning after utility easement whoa owner Wood said loss of the City's ed utility rights. deed (to the Hill property)," mosquito control board will has said that its provisions rel'lIed. 111 most instances, Mu,
some lively discussion regarding ship Is not clear utility rights in the casements Minutes of the meetings at Splngler declared. hold a public hearing on the fiscal should b* fought out withit\ has> )l1Is could b.traeedb.cktotkre
ownership of some old easementsIn City Manager Vine Wood was could cost f 10,000 In relocaUon: which these ordinances were Hill, through lawyer C.C. Car. 1964-69 mosquito budget at group. But dlsddents trod ,r four other owner., but the ori.
some beachfront blocks mprutic la defending the City's of water and sewer lines. passed are missing, Splngler roll, maintained that the City the district headquarters north of bring a minority report t< the rlnal source wu ot dMermied. '
The appeals board recommended ,claim: that U has utility rights lit City Attorney David Splngler said. "Without the minutes, It's had abandoned the alleys,and that the airport Funds for aerial floor U they chose, The fihAMfftM. rJ Dtr> *- tt
thai Council approve a five I the easement "Th City has told Council the easement in bard to tell what they meant." control are Included In the pro- Sen. Everett M. Dlrki the Naples cRyPt ltce&rtm.nt'U4 are

foot setback variance for Ralph I got a great deal at make la these question originally were alleys. Adding very Utile light to the (Otitiiurd ost page I) posed budget Illinois, who wilt place Gc Iwo I. restigatteg th1 . otpy,

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senhower replied: "I would cer. Tips OnBoating Naples!
GOP Gives Seat talnly five It consideration," Flotilla I
but "I haven't been asked." S' ,

To Ike's Brother ton In Is Eugene campaigning, Ore., where for Scran.dele ) : r USCGA I

BALTIMORE, MO. (AP) -Dr. gates, aides also said Elsen.
Milton S. Eisenhower, brother hower hat not been asked to
The wonderful fun half mile or more 1 is required.
a
relaxing
of the tormer president, has nominate the Pennsylvanian.
been given a seat on the Mary. Eisenhower, 65, a staunch of boating can be wonderful and Other Important equipment
land delegation to the Republl. Scranton backer, was placed on Ay relaxing only when the boatmanand Includes a compass, distress
can National Convention. the delegation after a series of his passenger know that flares, extra can of fuel, toolkit
When asked by newsmen If he parliamentary maneuvers at a e. r the craft Is adequately equipped fenders flashlight, first aid
would make the nominating delegation caucus. aAr kit, paddle, line and anchor.
speech for Cov. William W. One delegate and an alternate : Flotilla of the U.S. Remember, SAFE boating Is
Scranton of Pennsylvania, El. resigned to make It possible for Naples FUN;!
Coast Guard Auxiliary and the
the Johns Hopkins University ..
president to take a place with i \ r committee for National Safe YOrange
PET DOCTOR 19 other state GOP delegates, ( N Boating Week."June 28 July
nine of whom are announced for : 4th-remlnds us that for !boatsup Juice Is

Iy A, W. Melts, D,V,MQ Scranton to 16 feet in length you should Selling So Well
The six committed backers offrontrunning have proper lighting If out at

Sen. Barry Cold night and a fire extinguisherfor Grower Prices Up
water had said they would block closed construction craft.
the move, but withheld their LAKELAND (AP) Frozen
opposition at Goldwater's re. F On larger pleasure boats, a Florida orange Juice Is selling
: hurle or horn audible\up to well that citrus executive
a
; ., quest 1 titi so
predicts 'favorable prices togrowers
for the 1964-G5 orange
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Negro Youth 100% Tax Basis crop"

I NEA Telephoto) Robert t W. Rutledge, executive
Found Ordered By Court vice president of Florida Citrus
HangedIn Mississippi state fish and game officers 'are carrying pn dragging said Wednesday that
)! of Philadelphia. Miss, hunting for clues in the disappearance For Dade County "the Mutual present inventory stock of
leaders there.
AtlantaATLANTA TALLAHASSEE (AP- Dade 22 million gallons In retail size

Ca. (AP)-Pollre county was under Florida Su. containers will be almost totally
0 ti;: are trying to establish the Iden. aao.'f preme Court orders today to re. exhausted V)' Dec. J."
tlty of a Negro youth found vise its property tax rolls and Retail demand, RuUedge said,
hanged In a wooded area of WASHINGTON lev" )' taxes" on full Instead of half will reduce the inventory to
ggWlal northwest Atlanta valuation. about nine million CallUl1s."This

The victim, clad In a white T- The high court upheld the is lomplI13t1elolV the" minimum
We love birdi We olio shirt, blue Jeans, tennis shoes TED PRESS k Dade" Count)' CI r c u 11 Court amount necesaari'to" sustain nor."
love coll. How con we prevent and socks, was found Wednesday Wednesday" directing the roun.t mal marketing;; requirements
our cats 'from lulling our wild hanging from a Urge oak t )' "to begin" forthwith and with. Rutledge has predicted an 011.tl'f' .
tree. fo in a convenient time" to coin price" for oranges: of $3 to
birdi? John Baden, POUllh ...p..i. in th. slst Cuban-directed aggression t
box next season 01 a
the tax rolls for the coun.t $3.50 a ,
Detective Sgt. J. E. Helms In the Western Hemisphere.And plete
!
.ie, NY. and Detective Harry McCollls.ter ( ) Pub after this Joint commu. )' for 1964" and report Its ac. range!; of C3: to 70 cents per
of said he appeared to be be. ad. jilque was Issued Wednesday" ;ff:5 tlons to the court by July 10: pound of solids, based on a bar.
A, Cob hunt for the pUoiur
: million boxes.
"' and of 75! to 80
vest
hunting Evanh.. well.ltd cot will stalk tween 14 and 16 years old. A been Orllch ventured a predictionthat The count} new budget
search of his pockets yielded to Cuban Prime Minister Fidel tax rolls were up for considers
and kill birds mice and other tmoltcroalurM
1
tlon before July 6.
only two apparent door keys. Com. Castro will be overthrownby
This desire It not unlike the Dr. Henry Snell, assistant his own people "in a month, In Miami, Countttoinej'
dttlrt' ol the w.ll.I.d city monwkegoss Fulton County medical examiner ). a year, two years." Darrej A. Davis said he expectsthe Rotary Seats
out to shoot quail or deer, Certainly said the boy had been State "1 know the Cubans very ruling to touch off a series
manVlulling Instinct hat caused more dead about eight hours when well," Orlich told newsmen. of suits across the state, slo1l't.Ini .
lOll ol wlldlllt' than the actions ol call found. lie placed the time of "Thev are very. brave. Just) ve with the large urban coun.
W* have no righttocond.mnth.killing, death at about noon. $ wait i/' ( ties.A. thechalllng. Vincent WoodAs
suit almost identical to
Officers declined to theorize
ol birds condone
by cats at long 01 wt any
WASHINGTON 'CAP-JOhr1) Ii,
of Dade's tax roll was
what have happened "
on might ,
the killing ol birds and other by he
game Glenn Jr. the first/ American tc .
'' NEA t filed last week in Duval Coun.ty
until the Identity of the victimIs ( Telephoto
man, II you want to stop your cat 'from established. our. orbit the earth, has talked with Circuit Court In Jacksonville.
killing, put a collar with a bell on II The wooded area about eight space boss James' Webb about FINANCIER SLAIN Stab Warren Hunnlcutt, St. Peters President
,
around hit ndi B* sure that II It not blocks from the nearest occupied pos' t returning to the space program, wound In the chest is appar. burg tax consultant liiied b)'
loot, or II might 'catch on 0 buih, Put house, Is being cleared un. but nothing has been decided, a ent cause of death of Jacques Dade to upgrade its tax rolls,
bird ,feeders and bird baths out ol the der an urban 'renewal program.It said spokesman for the National Aeronautics Mossier, 69 above. financier said the court decision means
each ol coll This much you can do, Is. a fringe area with both and Space Admlnlstra. with holdings I in several chaos. Hunnlcutt said the 1964
but you cannot chang nature, white and Negro residents, but some tlon said Wednesday cities Body was found In his county tax roll may never lie-
officers said no disturbances Glenn quit the space program Key Biscayne Fla. apart. cleared because doubling It
early this and set out to rnent .
year
f have occurred there.Passengers "will magnify the existing errors
Rusk wrest the Democratic nomina. and cause the valn..s' to Vv
tlon from Incumbent Stephen M. vary" s 1
Le1GMC Safe Young of Ohio. Glenn withdrew Johnson ExpectedTo County manager Irving Me.
be however, when an Inner ear all. Nayr said In- saw no reason to
As Jet Landing merit caused by a fall in his Speed SigningOf panic. He directed tax officials
pre.
bathroom was slow to correct to work around the dork to
Gear Breaks Off Bill
Rights
LUFF INC. his itself complete a reassessment roll by
Trucks Parti NEW YORK (AP)-The land. .WASHINGTON (AP) Mike WASHINGTON (AP) Con. the deadline..
tug gear broke off an Amerl. ret Mansfield, Senate Democratic gross finally completed action The decision came in an appeal
-Service can Airlines Jet that veered ( Cost|*1 j',[lejfc>r.l said .Wednesday" It maybe on.the civil rights bill today as filed by Dade Count <>f a
TEMPORARY from a runway, after touching,/ possible" for' Congtess'tocomplete the House passed ,the/ -.historic case'in which the DuPont PlJt/4.
-"tOCATfOfT - .down. JiL JSeiwedJL' _.AJrnoHWednesday all Its major leglsUt measure and sent It to the CIIQtr..lncot"d' ,MiamLisa'Ithsc
night In a thunder 'to tlon and adjourn prior to theo White House to be signed into it was being overtaxed.
[421 Ninth, St., N. storm. Three persons were In. b r.. eging of the Democratic Na.tiiialidohventlon DuPont Plata Interests said
jured slightly. ; ;;) Aug. 24. law.House approval of the Senate they were overtaxed some 823,. I
I Earlier", Mansfield had said passed bill brought to an end ayearlong 000 a year because the county
Congress probably would have legislative struggle was levying taxes based upon
to come bark after the Democratic 50 cent valuation. -
conducted against a backgroundof per
: : session.f. rising racial tensions The Dade Cuunty I Circuit VINCENT J, WOOD

$IZZlLIf' BUYS" f. President Johnson is expect Court said such an arrangementnot Vim'cut J. Wool, Jr. wn In.
ed to sign the bill quickly in only was unconstitutional ,
stalled'I as president of the Na.
KKK's Attorney hopes its bars against dlscriml. and discriminatory but also In. pies Kot.iry Club at tile ore,ml.
constitutionallyfixed
nation will help ease the pres. creased the gallon's Wednesday luiulieon,
of civil demonstrations $3,000 homestead exemp.
Tries To ProveIt sure rights meeting ut tile Beach Club Ho.
and countermeasures take tlon to $10,000."This .
tel. Retiring (president. Mile&'0.
en to oppose them. wholly exempts J3.000 field presented the ,Inl to Wood
,
leaders have promiseda subject to taxation if their Just
Was Accident Negro
EI/ERYS/ZE. who In turn presented( Siolield
IN quick test of some" of the bill's valuation were placed on the .
JACKSONVILLE (AP-A Ku provisions, and some Southern rolls," the circuit court said. with a ilUmond.stiiildeil 'fast "re.sllpnt'IIIIII.

. Klux Klan attorney seeks todayto members of Congress! have predicted "and reduces the taxes of all | Inducted.
Other olflc ers were:
convince a white" Jury that the homestead
the first results of Us parcels of (some
.. explosion" that wrecked the home" Lloyd Ea.sterlinc, vice ,president,
-- - will be Increased vialence 185,000)
passage
of a Negro family in Is to and! Holland Silley, SP ret.iry.treasuier. .
Februarywas not a lessening of It, "The net effect require
Memlx-rs of tholxMrd'
accidental In Dade
The House originally passedits other property owners
The attorney, J. B. Stoner of own version of the bill last County to bear the burden that of directors are, |lust president
i Atlanta 1a\ s defending five February, 290 to 130. In the Justly rests upon parcels (of Miles Siolield, President, Wood,
y whites on federal conspiracy Senate, Southerners battled the property) which have the benefits Holland Salley, Harold I Jester,
charges arising out of the bomb. bill with a three-months debate of homestead exemption." Lloyd EasterlliiR, Ur. John Moll
Fords
Big ing.The but on June 19 (the Senate final 'The seven mttmlxTS! of the Supreme and Dr. Richard nrisho.
government opened Its 1>' passed If 72 to 27 In a revised Court concurred on the &olield expressed" il"redo1.| |
Big savings on luxurious Super case with the argument that the form. That sent the bill back to opinion. lion to i lull members and, the
_- -, .,,,.orrrr.rrrioer Torque Ford Galaxies, the five, alleged to be Klan mem. the House. Justice Richard Ervin wrotea board of dlrei'tors for then rasrtsr .
smoothest.riding cars: In their hers j plotted against the family There* was talk at one time special opinion saying ho tanre and i ooeutlnn| during the
class Ford has won moreNASCAR of 6year.old Donald Godfreyafter that the President would sign would have ordered a general l lost )ear, and presented' money
,. ., .sponsored races this a federal court ordered the bill with a big ceremony on command designed to avoid disruption clips" tearing! the notary em.
year than all other cars: put him admitted I t to all.white July Independence Day, but In the tax process blem to hoard members.
r f'thl'r-prnof that: Ford hM Lackawanna elementary school the White House decided In. During arguments before the ollowlng his installation, Pre.
ea Asst. U.S. Attorney William I attor. silent Wood) |led a discussion or
the stamina and performanceyou stead on quirk action. court on Monday, county
s want for your daily driving Hamilton said, "We" expect to Presidential press secretaryGeorge ne)' Davis said the Dade's lax proposed dunces III the club's
prove throughout a pattern of E, Reedy said that rolls were un!sat Isf actor)'. Dut Bylaws as outlined by retiring
activity showing these men Johnson conferred with House he urged\ the court to delay secretary David' SplnRler. The
worked in concert.." Speaker John W. McCormackand changing the rolls until Jan. 1, changes were proved" with min.
W.M. Hurkhart of Jackson. other House officers and 1966, the day the new home rule or amendments.
MiddlesizeFairlanes vllle" a state Are marshall!, testified .' "plans to sign It as soon as It charter becomes effective. A visitor to the meeting wasTed
thai :30; sticks of dynamite gets down here." He said that In ordering Immediate action, Vetter of ft. pierce, a
would hale been necessary to it '"looks like there will be a the high: court said since this former member of the Naples,
Infllft the damage created bj statement and ceremony early was the second time In four club.
ass the predawn blast at the God. this evening." wears the same question oc.
B,g savings on the only middle ire3 home Radio and television networkswill curred. "we think enough time Title
'size cars with quality provedby !lie) one was Injured In the ex. be offered the opportunityfor has elapsed and that these ap Companyof
10 billion owntr.driven plosion. live coverage of the vent, pellees (DuPont Plaza Center)

"I milts! Your chance to enjoy S t o n vi: Immediate! rti..l. Reed) said. are entitled to have their deal, Naples '
family,size room king Size tended the court's acceptance of In speaking of early evening legal rights enforced." .\HsriiUT.S F. C'RcWSJ't'
,
economy and sports car feel Burkhait a* an expert wltnvs. Reed) apparent!} meant the -- - lard RlduMl '
l'l'i Choice of 5 engines including and! asked an overnight recess. period" be"ond 6 p.m. 2 Sols
the same basic V.8 that powers Jupiter' tast sphere could IJ 101 tifth Ate", SO
vex,, the famous Cobra, ,rivin, I I.JOO earth, but it is
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BY KATHERINE KIRK 90arhN1MaierbianA Ou
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Lt. James W. Dyches. wife Debbie Whitfield Is spendingtwo
LONDON (AP) -, Prln,'es? oT
June and
children, Tracy Julie weeks at Oklawaha Summer
Margaret danced In a near top
and James, Jr.. left Instanbul Camp. Her parents Mr. and leas dress Wednesri.night anc

Turkey, by Jet June 18, for Naples Mrs. Hal Whitfleld. drove her her husband, Lord Snow'don, t JjectchMI r

Italy. After a week lay- up Monday. They had a very sported a wig with a bow in It,

over there, they boarded the S.S. pleasant trip up except for seeing Along with the wig the nrln

Independence which Is due to arrive a big truck and car smash cess ex photographer husband Mary X Feeler MI 1-3361

In New York City July 1. near Lake Placid. It was not wore an eggplant.colored velvet .

Upon arrival theretheywiilpick known If there were any serious jacket with huge lure:. cuffs and The regular monthly meeting "spending I delightful week of flan.tnC .

up a new car and head for Good- Injuries. oe, + w' t a fl>awa>' panel at the back. of the Naples Park Area Association foifinf and swimming with

land where they will visit Jlm'i Leroy Kranz has leased an Knee breeches, white stocking was held last Thursday' Art's alster and brotherinlawMr.

mother Mrs. Ken Vogstad and Esso station on Coral Way, In and a gold waistcoat completed night at R p.m In their blillding0III03nl.'t'nuI'Prt'st.lelll and Mrs. John Kokes on 95th

Mr. Vogstad. Jim will report to Miami. He and his son Robbyare Snoudon's ensemble ( Hal old Avenue.

Norfolk Va., for duty after hU "batching" for the summer The princess wore a wig too, Hulpleu presided The Lord's Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kulpleu

visit here while Mrs. Kranz Is spendingsome a smoky blue creation to match, Prayer' was led bR., r. Boyd, of Willett Avenue, Vanderbilt
a jeveeit gown of "1'hlujil while the salute have house Mr.
to the Beach
fljs: was as guests ;
Mr. and Mike time their home here.
Mrs. at
Vostal
silk The neckline plunged downto led
by lAD Campbell. A hon and Mr. A. Robert Nelson" of
and children of Miami spent two Their daughter Cathie Is spend- a corselet embroidered in discussion was held on the PllIlI. Cl arwatr.

days at the Tides Motel and Ing her vacation with friends In gold and pearls. ibllit of water and TV cubic.

caught 14 snook during their:lta y. North Miami Beach. QUIET RETREAT-Mrs, Lady Bird Johnson selected Mackinac Island, lich. as the plate A huge butterfly cUsp hold. for this area It would take quite NICE: TRIP

Mr. and Mrs. G. Sears of Tommie Dee Kirk flew via Eas- to get away from the hustle and bustle of political life and the monoxide fumes of Washington Ing a fichu ensured It stopped some planning and !the eoctawtllbe Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Boyd, theirl.uffhttr ,'

Largo FlaM also guests of the tern jet Falcon to San Juan for a few days In this historic resort area the automobile not only does not reign somewhat short of toplessness. locked into and nude known at Mrs. Delta Chlldress,,

Tides Motel caught 21 snook Puerto Rico Sunday to visit supreme it Isn't even allowed to enter Mackinac Island is one of the oldest resoitareas Around her neck the princess a later date Just. returned from and grandson, Robert Lee Child.

while fishing from March Beach Gladys Pensado. We had a let- In the country and keeps its rustic flavor by the ban on cars wore more jewels ending in a his vacation, Prl' tltPllt Hulpleu res of 101st Avenue, recently

during their three-day stay here. ter from her today and she says magnificent pendant. expressed his app r,*riatlon i tome returned from' a vacation that took
Neither the princess nor Lord
Most of the fish were released. she Is having a wonderful time, folks who have \\'?rlud hard tur. them io Mobile and Shreveport,
Beef Prices Down Snowdon was setting a new ing hi*absence A pccl.l "Thank La. Lubbock, Texas; Denver,
and the country Is beautiful. Mon- ;
- District Grand Instructor fashion They were guest ofLondon' )'ou" goes to Leu (runpl-el!. for Col.Coloi oulder .
bprlniji.and
day, she IndCiladys went to Baya- Lord Manor Clement ; ,.-
The 4th? the
Steak For redoing tll" "refrigerators' a Col., the foi'mer home of the
Luci Johnson mon, where they visited Mr. and Harman at a Georgian ball and'soft tan, sand also cutting the Rods, where they had residedfor
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mrs.Omeechevarrla. Before returning By THE all the guests wore the stiles
grass; and to Jack 0'M.altoy who nine tears. The) visited alxin
she will go to Chris Honored OES Fourth-of'July cookouts this of two centuries ago. replaced two dead t frees, in the torn
Celebrates 17th By Everglades weekend a heavier DodKeUn Kan., the RO
tenstead St. Croix Virgin Is- than.usual may carry of sir. In those days the very low parking area home of Harold tlulpleu and Matt, .
aroma juicy
WASHINGTON (AP) The lands to visit he r aunt and uncle, loin and porterhouse steaks neckline was customary and 1 Mf>niber.oMlie.niiiiitlwas. Dillon of TV Fame T "'n on tt i i
and On June 22 member of The the East Matron Alice raised no eyebrows, Mrs.. Walter Dwht'Inc.: After tin' ,
teen-ager who sparkles around Mr. Mrs. Raymond Higdon. Worthy Beef prices are still the top Paducah, K\., their home tat(
the Order of the Eastern Star of Hill presented Mrs. lies witha meeting, a delightful movie of a .
White House has a birthday Pamela Henning of Naples bargain at many food stores. All had a\I 'nderlullrlp, see ng
today. spent the day visiting Mr. and District No. 18 gathered in the hand decorated plate with the One national supermarketchain Indiana Girl's southern. ,rulsrui shown Joe tamp and old friends once again, !:

Luci, who used to be Lucy, Mrs. Buddy Alvin Weeks Monday. Masonic Temple In Everglades dates and her name encircledwith has marked down sirlointo Belyea.and, It lust malt, you feel l but like all of us, wen glad to ret ,

Is 17. Also visiting the Weeks family to celebrate Friendship Night rose buds painted on It. 77 cents at its New York Driving Lesson you would like to l h. on the next back home to Naples.Mi. C otto

Clothes.consclous like many a from Miami and honor the Grand Instructorwho She was then seated In the East. area outlet Porterhouse Is 87 ship going out. and Mrs. Roy O'l>\ lOell\ 'crb
Sunday were Mrs.
teenager, Lucl was supposed to Rosa and Carmen, and is also member of the Ever. Worthy Matron Alice Hill then cents a pound at the same meal Cost $5,000 Sony to learn Hut Imth Mr. art. gran4daughtei'Clauliaof Ilia- c

get clothes 'as a present from daughter glades Chapter. Instructed the officers to Intro counters. lId Mrs. Levering UfI'nul l h of lean, Fla, spent the weekend at ,H ,.,.
her mother. relatives of the Rosa family. The Acting Worthy Matron Anna duce the visiting officers and Ground beef and roasts art GARY, Ind. (AP-Carol Jean 1 1 105th Avenue have both been on their cottage on 94th Avenue,

The long.tlme family cook, Weeks met the Rosa family Conety of Naples Introduced and lead them to the west where a major attractions as record Hlnton's first driving IfII.OIIl'as 1 the silk list Do Mess )ou both Many happy birthdaj lit you had; ...
through their son Johnny. He welcomed M.C. lies and small tree In full bloom the kind that give liiRlruiloianightmares. are feeling Ix'ttei now
Zephyr Wright was whippingup Worthy was supplies of beef continue a Mrtlula) In June, and also timeto t..
a lemon birthday cake, and Julian Rosa became friends Matron Alice Hill, both of whom with hand made pastel tulle flo. At fruit and vegetable count. renew your driving license "alb

Luct'a favorite. aboa rd the U.S.S.Nespllen,whe re were then seated In the East. were, the centers being made era, most plentiful Items Include Police said Miss Illnton, 15, FEELING; Pbrrm Hope you did not slip up like so "ati
of the auto .
lost control
The young lady has a best they are both stationed. Friendship officers serving by jeweled key rings which were the traditional favorites for pianice had i Mr* alargeShaeruf9lydtve.hue many of our friends haw, sorrow '
Wednesday and hflr.I'hrt: : Is now pole, to have visitors ) :
beau, but not a steady. The favored Word has been received that weret picked and presented as gifts. and cook out.: watermelonand that July II upon in do check for
young man Is Jack Olson, the Ernest (Bum) Riggs family Anna Conety Junior past ma. The meeting was then closed and cantaloupe, lettuce and tomatoes happened: (for a short lime. She is folng this month.
The car smashed Into the 1 better but has hill to
IS, whom she met a year ag have moved tron of Naples worthy matron. refreshments were served. cucumbers and onions an upward A little slow this week, but
to Beaufort N.C. ,
,
Graham home. climb Do of
James aeiul her note
a :
when he was a page boy at th< James Renshaw, worthy patronof quash and sweet many (hanks for sending! In your Jri'
where wiU Into the corn.
lum-
they It hit the tt' the
go Then garage. cheer Naples Community
Capitol. He runs an elevator Punta Gorda, worthy patron U like urMrl'-v, and un'll next week, ;
ber business. The Riggs family you barbecued chick.en It hit a car Inside the (garage, llonpii.l. It will ,, ,
there now but plans to returnto Laura Simms, conductress of Welfare Meeting 'lp> i" n.I tray the laid Lord \+alt i I' over
should add
poultry
prices to
lived atGoodland The Graham tar was knoi ked I I Fred left week
Plepenbrlnk
ears
a ,
many ,
conductress.
college In the fall. Everglades ell of ">u rod k" "well. i
,
Lucy where they were In the fish bus Virginia Taylor, associate ma. Scheduled For your appetite Fryers are t top into the living room of the ago for his home In Nei IdU' \
became --
Lucl by her own choice at many poultry count. ---
(Hess. They have been living at tron of Cypress associate con. home. N.Y., after PIIJI'\ u' Mill i "' pri, *,

choice witch In bark spelling In 1961 escaped, but off the!. Everglades for the past six years.Here's ductress. Next TuesdayThe ere.The potato salad may prove There It hit a piano wrecking U good sunshine ud swi.unlitf Actors Guild; Says
Opal Dukes chaplain of Ever. it.The. with his sister hire Loulv Jul
clal recognition until last Feb. glades secretary., Naples Welfare Associa- more expensive In some areas. Grahams estimated l damage ., lano, on Vanderbilt. lpach.I ( They Will StrikettOILk'WLYH

ruary. Charlotte Predmore sec re. tion will hold a regular quarterly Potato costs are at an 8((year at 5000. No one wa I Mr. and Mia Riciiara Pets.at .
She likes music ) ,\p) rite
both high. -
popularand 1 8p.m. Injured.To rum, will) their Ihiee daugli. (
tary of Everglades, chaplain. meeting Tuesday July at
A Man Street ,
classical and plays the However, processors of pots Actors Guild, Ihl'l'lt
trl. Linda, Dana and Chris, of
Odel Orr grand representative in the Sunshine Kitchen of
,
piano. to chips, frozen French fries mina to strike l I" next Tl
She and her older sister, Lyn. Who Wants to N. Dakota of Punt. Gor. the Florida Power and Light Co. and dehydrated potatoes contln.ue make chocolate: mils, Blrrhrunvllle evening, Fa., arrived to spend iastWednesday : a uInvited Rome" produier or .-

da, 20, have stood in for their U.S. datreasurer. Dr. Francis Ford chairman, to sell their products at shave the flat aide of a thick week with Mr*, Fenrtrmn' mn. television films todu to r," , mother at Kay Griffiths of Everglades, announced the will Include about the next Moiuli, .
musical and other agenda same price aa a year one-ounce square of aemi-awctt tier, Mrs. Fied I llenitiiK on OlrdAvemiP. : "
events. They were co.hostessea To Say 'Thanks'AUGUSTA organist. reports budget consideration, ago. chocolate with a \cgcltfhl The 15,000 member. or anlr.i..
Dale Westmoreland of Immo.
at a White House conference in and day nursery matters Re --- peeler pressing down firmly. Our deep II) inpilli: > to Mrs I tint. miv i strike will I lit' iilpffuiilem

March given by the chamber Ga. (APWhenit kalee Ole, warder.Hancock of Immokalee presentatlves from churches, When you need 10 elites of Start at one end of the cquare George Stoner ol lOJr' I Avenue proilii"'ern aubstaint i
group of the Boston Symphony. comes to advertising Bob sentinel civic clubs,and schools are urgedto pineapple use a 1-pound .4- and draw the peeler over the full on the death of her Lrnth r. liar Incr .inn pay for rerun ''Hrm- t

Tuesday night, Lucl's prefer. Hunter believes In It. Helen Smith of Lehigh Acres attend. ounce can.twothirds. length of the ihotolaie.. ry Mc&wen, In N*"I.l taut WP k. silt ihn v* p.hlhlt"f ,r> I" ,IT'lfvl"lnn I
ence was for popular music. ,1'1"*, ,mr mi '"
Hunter, who Is vice presidentof Adah.Claudette Mr. and Mrs. \rt fllh"rd with
And she and her partner were and d singers' In iirofti.mi I', 1.
an outdoor advertising firm, Craumer of their children, Tarot! am' \11"1
doing a mean frug a version of also Is a taxpayer. He believesin Cypress, More Coins.In The Making left last Thursday nt,imlng lor"-. fumed fur next rail wlIulrl hit A

the twist In which the feet stand that, too. Ruth.Dorothy Janes of Everglades, turn to Went' Allis. \VII...., alter I,, teal In the!'

  • still. Thi*..,was.during dancing But he also believes the.aov.1ernment :' Esther '
    on an outdoor terrace following should I
    at least say I
    a state dinner honoring Presl. Irene Bernstein of Lehlgh

    Costa dent Rica.Francisco J. Orllch of thanks.Hunter believes in the latter Acres Essie, Martha.Hicks of Punta Cards, Our Pockets Will Jingle FLY 1f' .. a NAPLES

    so strongly that he wrote Mor. =
    Electa. =elt MIAMI
    The orchestra had been ad. timer Caplln, commissioner of .
    monlshed not to play any twist Eunice Boswell of Lehigh
    the Internal Revenue Service,
    music except upon request. But and suggested that taxpayers Acres, associate matron.
    Lucl requested It-first of her should be given thank-you notes. James Boswell of Lehlgh Says Treasury Departmentfivecent New Year Hound Daily Schedule

    father, then of the orchestra. Hunter says he received no Acres, associate patron.
    Helen Atkins of Everglades, Naples To Miami
    word from Caplln-not even an
    marshal The Treasury has announced pennies, one-tourth coins .- thus freeing
    acknowledgement of the sugges. 745 A.M. I II 1 1.30 AM, 3,4i P.M
    74 Dead- tlon. So, Hunter took 10 bill. After the chapter was opened an Intensified program to double nickels and dimes, and the rest equipment for other production

    Hogs boards to express his sentiment. and the business conducted,Laura the nation's rate of coin produce qu.nefllnd: half-dollars. and the Inauguration of a con- Mum) To Naples

    Each billboard carries this Simms, conductress, escorted tlon within a year and raise It The new program will augment tinuous 7-day 24-hour production -
    Police M.G. Des to the west and instruc. 900 A.M 2:15: I PM 500: PMOonnrrlliirm
    75 the the the nation's
    schedule
    Charge message: ted by per cent during next Treasury's slrcadyheightened at two
    "Dear Mr. Caplln: Why not her to assist In pushing a six months. efforts to expand the Mints in Denver and Philadel
    tea cart to the various stations and If."rutlun" l III any point In the ..rM/
    Man send thank.)ou notes to taxpayers the cnapter At By next June,the program will nation's coin production In the phia.
    Tampa room. each place
    ?" The message Is signed" she was presented part of a mini. boost coin production to an an* face of a growing need for coins These: actions will Increase NAPLES AIRLINES

    "A Warmhearted Suggestion. nual rate of over 9 billion new Steps already taken to expand production for the coming fiscal
    TAMPA (AP) Burrell Phil. ature table setting with appropriate Naples. Airport ('onruurm 1 Miami" AlitarMl
    views
    Hunter expressed his on
    colns-more than double the 4.3 current production of coins Include 600mlJlloncolnsbrlnRlJlg -
    lips 38, of Ruskin, has been verse. As she reached by
    charged with killing 74 hogs be. the matter In an Interview; billion level for fiscal 1964 and the purchase of rolled nIckel total budgeted production up 2.Jiit 1 NR 418M!\ I
    "The campaign Is based on the
    longing to his son's father.In. American business tradition of triple the 3 billion level for fiscal strip for the making$! of all to SOUK 5 billion coin*. ("It Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 tor T tn

    law, Perry Tharp. saying thank you for money re 1961. For the lat six months

    Phillips surrendered to Tam. celved when It Is payment of a 25-Year Judge of this year--normally a time
    pa police Wednesday and was of peak demand for colnJrheprogr.m

    turned partment.over Deputy to the John sheriff's Caccla.de. debt."When we realized the Inter Found Guilty On will mean a 75 percent : )

    nal Revenue Service does not Increase In coin produc-
    tore him he
    quoted as saying STATEMENT
    normally send out thank.you tion the last
    over same period
    the valued at $2 .
    poisoned hogs Several
    Counts
    notes to acknowledge tax receipt
    a rise to 3.S billion new
    600 because of domestic year
    lem, Involving his a son. prob. we felt Mr. Caplln might coins from the 2 billion produced THE BANK OF NAPLES sex:
    OKLAHOMA CITY Okla.
    want to consider the practice
    ,
    In the last half of 1963. 1 *'
    U the government does not (AP-A stunned Oklahoma Supreme .' 'I'
    Florida '
    Using bacon fat for pan-frying This Increased production will Naples,
    want to send the thank.younotes Court called on N. S.
    chicken add old-fashioned flavor, | be distributed the
    Hunter Corn Wednesday to resign as among present
    and this method u alto rtonomic separately, says At the Close of Business June 30, 1964" pRESOURCIS
    they could be Included in the ui,.rnumerary judge after h., 5 denomination! of colas In about 'y''45f5Je'rn
    l. To obtain the ful, took the .
    tax forms the IRS sends tax. was sentenced and fined for the present ratios roughly) .
    bacon over extremely low heat;
    payers at the end of each year. evading federal Income taupe J I I
    pour the fat into t container,
    "This would create a kind of The U.S. district attorney said
    lightly nnd refrigerate until
    cover
    prepald thank you" he paid the government also had a wit Charlie Coyote's
    needed. The low heat nuggetted overdrafts) 5.0S9.6Q2
    ( I
    ness and documents proving loans and Discounts including --- --
    that the bacon 1 1I 1i 1i 1t
    fat will guarantee he mild flavored and kitchen rule; Till cake pans that Corn accepted a $I*OOOO Condition Serious, F. H. A. loans _.____ __2-. ___ I y39 6A

    while in color, about two-thirJ. full. bribe.Jill! his Corn undeclared had told Income a grand was Expected To Live Bank Building and Real Estate ___ _.. ;Vf,'/,4W,576

    gambling winnings. WENATCHEE Wash. (AP- Furniture and Fixtures ______ _____ _. / 454,06 i

    Corn, 80 years old and a mem. Charlie the coyote Is alive and Other Resources ..._____ _. ___. __ 1730193
    rh.re' Nothing LIJw It In Naples ber of the high court for a quar -'-- i
    . halfway kicking today because
    __ 4,739,103.95Other
    ter of a century, showed no U. S. Govt. Bonds ___-
    of tender loving care by humans -
    emotion as he was sentenced In and 250 ccs of English Bonds ___..._ _........ 713.89,99

    federal court to 18 months In setter blood. Cash and Due from Banks .. 1,073,249 17 6.526,243
    -----
    and fined Jl 1.250. ; _
    Greell prison He's not wholly kicking be.
    Village
    ,
    tall ;
    The slightly stopped|
    judge served on the Supreme cause splints.his hind l lags are In TOTAL : 12,070,836,29

    Court from 1934 until 1139,when 1
    They were put there bj Dr. "

    "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" he, became a supernumeranjulge Robert Brabrook, owner of a '
    who assists the
    -one court LIABILITIES I
    ,
    veterinary clinic. The doc saved ,

    A New Community of Cooperative part Corn time.had no comment on the Charlie's life
    The coyote, a scrawny puppy,

    Garden Apartments for Adults sentence which b)'followed Judge RoW.. rUr *as brought to Dr Brabrook bj Capital Stock __.___. .-, _.._?-. -_ __ 400,000.00
    per a changingof
    two who had found CharU.along.td. '
    his plea from innocent to "no men Surplus _________. .- r __ 3P': 00000
    Only-Prices Start at $7,200 a road, severely In.
    defense." automobile. Undivided Profits and Reserves _ 22 15366
    jured by an -'----- Harper said If Corn Is pti s!.
    call unable to ) Charlie was badly dehjdrat. Interest Collected Not Earned _-Ii- __ ___ ._ __ 1P 306,80 y ,
    ) gene the sentence
    ed said He
    the veterinarian :
    probation will be ron. had been in the men's car most Other liabilitiesDeposits __________-_-- 415308 J.

    INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BEDROOM sidered. Government doctors 1 of the day, and there wasn't ._ _.. -. s 102) "?2 75
    AND TWO BEDROOM are to examine him and reportto : much hope. _ '

    APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. Corn the court was Indicted b) July 29.April I on Itg The fractures pup was, back X rayed and .other The TOTAL __ .._ ______. 1(619


    ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET. In a charge federal of Income evading taxes 11063.54 from injuries were discovered Dr. Crowing with Naples sell Celt: t CU s" ,
    1 Brabrook to .
    prepared operate.Charlie's
    WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. 1957 through 1859.
    breathing Hopped' I
    SUNDAY 1 TO S P.M.Realtor B, Andrew Potter, U.S. altor, when anesthesia was administered. ; TRUST PQWMJ
    net) said since Corn had paid
    Charlie's nose was thrust
    all his back taxes MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSVRANCE'CORPORATION
    plus fraun Into a machine attached to a
    penalties, "and has admitted! reiuacttator. Blood from the set. 1Ea'

    rod ?Ittttueld4fJdate4 having fraudulently understated! i ter did Its part during two trans. ( '"

    his Income," the government fusion. \L.', .
    agreed with Corn's attorney in i It looks now like Charlie If _l--r-i.t. : ...
    the hange of plea. going to be tray I'rr'u' '
    Potter said the bribe could 1 r* FR171 1J :
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    REFLECTIONS Take Leaf From Mao's

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    asA Ogh/ t e NeID p;'#f Book to Handle Viet Nam


    BY RV\ tUOMILVashington '

    THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1964 ,; ;; : .(, ;" i ,4'5'Z'RIGHTS i \\' Correspondent

    .. Newspaper Enterprise: Assn

    The Grass Always Looks Greener Etc.No {.i.t. t.i of the GuMmull
    !;:: \\',\SIIII'GTONII'EIThe i appointment "
    Tavlor.U. Alexis Johnson team to South Viet Nam

    prices, the telephone service here, etc. ; MMiulK: the practical application of a new United States "totdlwdr

    matter which side of the fence You name it and we've had it. I concept developed in Washington.

    happen to be on the grass very Let's take the tele It was copied in part from the successful guerrilla tactics
    you as an example I of Red Chinas Mao Tse.tung. In each province he attacked I
    often looks greener on the other side. phone system Many residents have oc \ Mao went into "battle" with teams of infantrymen, propa,

    This Is not a criticism of that attitude casion to make long distance calls andat \ gandists political organizers underground Intelligence men,
    t'ronomislsrldrd Into a combined war force
    (we're sometimes as guilty of It as any times get cutoff right in the middleof teachers.Vicording and to the situation sometimes one of these teams

    one else) but simply recognition of a very a conversaton They invariably place sometimes another. would move in first Essentially, thee

    human trait. But sometimes this attitudecan the blame for the cutoff on the local sys- moved in together

    be carried too far tern, not considering that their call pos- THE IOMEPT IS, 1\ I'VRT an expansion of the USVimv .

    For Instance, people who establish sibly went through three or four other and Navy techniques of World War II. when propa

    residence in Collier County obviously do telephone systems any one of which .. i:' ganda and civil government teams operated with U.S. troops
    .. in war such as that In South
    Under this new program. a
    so because they prefer it to wherever could have been responsible for the cutoff - Viet Nan. the overall "commander" is the ambassador. In

    Yet in short time Mind the local is not -, -_ .... "' his
    they were living a you, system .. .w this case it Is Taylor. with Johnson as deputy
    many of them start working to make always blameless, but it doesn't seem _:":, _- -..' These two men will\ direct the local total, US. effort composed .
    = t"W"- ...... of military'. economic. propaganda, intelligence and
    their new location as much as possiblelike reasonable to believe that it is always :: : -.. -- '
    : --, --.."' '=" :iIt' political advlson fOrel'M.Local .
    .
    l the left. Not everybody Other ....,t;; _. .M .. . t.
    place they guilty. communications systems ; .- advisory task forces will be organized under this

    does this, of course, but a surprisingly aren't always perfect. ;; ... ..:.. ;e'r ; .. overall command. Some of these will be commanded by mill
    ..
    """' : -.t"" ...... the
    : :, officers. In other areas. depending on mission, the
    tarv
    "forge number do. Apparently this 'latter As for the innumerable other com- -...;:.-".."'r.,, "_ ----.;.. -,ryr4tDE'cle adVisory task forces will be led by civilians.

    group has found that the grass on plaints some are justified and some -1

    this side of the fence isn't as green as aren't. It must be remembered that no Z-7.: : .. -- --.---- :MXOS SUCCESSES: in China and Ho Chi Minh's victories
    .,' against': t the French in North Viet Nam have proved to the
    it looked from the other side. is perfect. Besides
    -
    one repeat no one
    State the Pentagon that winning a
    Department province
    We don't keep an accurate count, of that "To err is human." .-:- .. ., ...:-" .. ..._. .: from the Viet Cong requires this balance of military power
    --
    -
    course but a surprisingly' large number Let us repeat this is not meantto - -- psychological warfare economic aid and political and governmental .

    .., . .... .--. .-.." -- organization.
    .
    of Collier Countians come into this be critical of the good people who take -------. ,.. ., ---- -- -
    ..
    -- . . Each hinges on the others. The Vietnamese organizationwill
    c office and start their conversations with- the time to voice their complaints to us. ". a ..----" ."...."j".. "....--- \ be similar to the American
    '
    i "Back homo we used to have, etc.," or Actually, we consider it a compliment. -,,--- .. ..,--- '' -(' Once an area is captured from the Viet Cong elements of
    } these advisory task forces will stay on to help build up good
    a doesn't the ( be rememberedthat :
    or coun However
    perhaps, "Why city it must government local defense forces, economic stability and local
    ty) do so.and-so like they did back where Collier Countians come from all sec intelligence networks.

    I came from ," This seems to indicatethe tions of the country, from all sorts of The South Vietnamese combined task force the American
    team is working with will bring a trained administrator, or
    grass was pretty green and lush back communities. So obviously, it would be teach locally elected administrators on the spot It will set up

    where they came from, but they never impossible to make this community a peopte schools, clinics, train a local militia. Most units will bring

    before realized it. carbon copy of ALL the towns, villagesand The World along a man to advise local farmers on agriculture
    Today
    The hears criticisms and hail from. in the,
    newsman cities they ACCORDING TO THE PLAN, essential" elements of the
    about the police department, be in the but By JAMES MARLOWE American and South
    complaints We may minority, we Vietnamese task forces will stay on until
    the fire department, the way local feel the grass on this side of the fence Asclat4 Prn N.WI Analyst ,I j n $ I they are convinced their local area Is able to carry on effec

    _--- -- ___ n-_ lively by iiseif in defense" self.government, intelligence and
    merchants conduct their business, high looks
    pretty good. WASHINGTON (AP) "My ur never took over until Car', BERLIN (AP)-Sldney Polt. economic development.
    God, what ts there In this place field died. er, the Negro" actor, is fa Berlin This need to stay on was learned the hard way.
    I that a man should want to gt During Garfield a Illness there for the city's 14th annual Even after "self,sufficiency' is reached some personnel of
    There Arc No "Federal Funds"The Into U?" That James the United States and
    was A. was a foreign crisis. And the film festival and he said Vietnamese task forces will remain In
    Garflpld's view shortly after machinery of government be. Wednesday at a news confer. the region, help with local improvement projects.
    mysterious source which has no relationto becoming president He didn't to creak. But those were encej The object will be to Induce the villagers to set such high
    Senate recently approved a pro themselves have to bear the burden long horse.and'buggy gan days. The "The fact that I, as a Ne. goals for themselves that Communist propaganda will lose its

    posal to write into all spending measures Well, the federal government can get Just 199 days country was safe from Instant gro was chosen as leader of attraction
    Hit took office Much 4 1881
    it the UjS. delegation by the State --- ----------
    the reminder that the disaster because was remote
    pointed money appropriated money only In two ways. One is by and 83 years ago today, July I, from any major' foe. Department has political over
    comes out of the taxpayers'pockets taxes which hit us all hard. The other is 1881, was hot In the back by an tones and those are healthy FUNNY BUSINESS
    assassin. He lingered 80 days In the 83 years since Gar. overtones."
    by increasing the national debt which and died Sept 19. field. Congress has still not He also said he plans to appear .
    I' let us hope that the House follows will have to be paid, plus interest and The question raised by his tackled the disability problem.On in his own play In New
    suit and", makes this an established policy administrative the of long illness-how does a vice this the Constitution has York City next season.
    costs, by taxpayers president take over from a dls.abled been unchanged from the be.
    from For the term "federal
    now on. tomorrow. president and who determines ginning and has always been NEW YORK (AP) Astro 0

    funds" which we have seen applied The only the government has, disability?-has never hazytIf naut M. Scott Carpenter is
    to all manner of activities, from highways money been answered by act of Con. a president dies, resigns,or switching temporarily from out.er .
    or ever has had, is that which it gets jress or constitutional amend it unable to discharge the duties space to underwater.He .

    J to welfare programs obviously has from, the taxpayers, It's time much more menu of his office. "The same shall left Wednesday for Ber.

    misled many people. They seem 'fa ,believe nfctieer was given' to this simple and Inescapable ,An,, attempt answer it, and devolve, on the vice president" mud where t h e and four, Nay}',
    that this from change the,line of succeislon But it doesn't say who decides men will spend eight days in a
    comes some
    money fact the presidency Is pending In a president Is too disabled to 40.foot.lonj capsule 200 feet un.
    this Congress In the form of a function. der water to test man's react r'v
    w t-". 9.... constitutional amendment. Odds Nor does It answer If a vice tlons.
    are Congress will quit for 1964 president takes over the duties
    without acting. of a disabled president, can the MCLEAN, Va. (AP) Sen.
    I .t. erS' ,y ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Garfield was so plagued by latter resume office if he recovers Birch E. Bayh, D-Ind, and his
    people wanting government Jobs ? And who shall say ho has wife, Injured In a plane crash
    that after two month in officehe recovered? near Northampton, Mass., have
    said: "It will cost me some returned to their home.
    I struggle to keep from despising Congress! has stepped In three Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D.
    the office-seeker." times to meet another problem Mass., suffered a broken backin
    r'ar' He was shot by a disgruntled Who succeeds to the presidencyIf the crash on June 29 and
    sL office-seeker, Charles J. the president dies and there'sno still is in a hospital in
    err GultBau 39-year-old crooked vice president.: Eight timesIn Northampton
    lawyer and preacher who was American history, when a Bayh and his wife, Marvella, .,
    e.eF1 10 years younger than Garfield president died, a vice president landed Wednesday night at
    But Gulteau had mixed motives. succeeded him, leaving the vice Washington National Airport In
    Like the President, tie was a presidency empty. Congress the Kennedy family's private "I. don't care if you had your pocket picked yesterday,
    Republican. passed these three laws: plane, the Caroline. you're not going to work like that!"

    Garfield was In a bruising 1793-The Senate's presidentpro -
    i Republican Intraparty fight. On lempore (a senator) and LOS ANGELES (AP)-Actor QUICK QUIZ BARBSBY

    1 assassination day Gulteau wrotea then the speaker of the House Robert Prestonis suing Warn. Q-Which is the oldest city
    note saying his act was a would be next in line of sue. er Bros. Pictures Inc., for $64- ;in Brazil' HAL COCHRAN
    "necessity" to unite the party.He cession. 1886-The members of 000 he says is due him in sal. \-Bahu. founded in 1549.
    sounded like a mental the Cabinet, starting with see. cry and royalties. When there are two or
    case. But after a lO".week trial retary of state. 1947-The speak. In a complaint filed Wednes. more little kids in the house
    a Jury Ignored his insanity plea er of the House and then the day in Los Angeles County Su. Q-Was Jefferson Davit ap there is no such thing as leis
    and convicted him. He was Senate's president pro tempore.The perlor Court, Preston said he pointed or elected president' ure time for Mom.
    hanged June 30, 1882. 1947 act still stands owned $34,000 for recordings of of the Confederate state
    In his 80 da>"s of dying Gar. The constitutional amendment the sound track of "The Music A-On February 9. 1861 he What some of the high
    field performed only one offl. now hung up In Congress would Man," a film in which he star. was chosen as provisional school graduates think they
    dial act He signed extradition wipe out the 1947 act and pro. red, and $30,000 additional sal. president of the Confederate know: it all'Summer
    papers in a forgery casu. Pars vide for the twin problems of ary for Ms acting in "Island of states He was Inaugurated on
    of the time he was unconscious.Vice succession and disability. Love." February 18 and a year later dresses soon will
    President Chester A. Arth. -_ was inaugurated as regular have their place in the sun
    "'O ay1 Okayl! You lout have to shoutl'Alarming WASHINGTON (AP) Sec. president. .
    retary of State Dean Rusk \ d
    u C 0I A n C v i S T A plans to take several days' va. 0-Whjl 7 were the early auuu..
    "oo IU" ..... .,.N.... .I U l" Ii'" t-I 4 8 OfR AFL 1 0 T A 5 cation, one of the very few he Spanish explorers: searching I

    PALATE 4Ldr ; has had In his :3''j years in the for the Seven Cities of Cibola*

    : '' Canadians ACROSS 311. Sinks ,'u. S n A I .G C A M A position A-Because of their reputedly
    to ", 1.. !St. John I 3l: 1101.IibeT R 0. T O R A C. E He said at a news conference fabulous wealth. The
    bread 3J. rlmO" P 1 T'0 n N ESA T E R Wednesday he would "get a cities were supposed to be in so. remember men; it Isn't
    Pro pcct tf the elation fit Sonat meddle In Awcricnn pclitlcp The US. 6. Deny 11\\erbolf A rte A B A S C C 4 R S few days rest" next week. He the land of the Zuni in what is polite to stare
    Bury Golclwutci 1a pio-iduit of the li- our neighbor sod It should result e Its 12 t"1I1I'lh..ptd jb. \ didn't say where now Western New Mexico. I
    'IlIlp o T u a
    u x
    without heckling
    the Ca. problems
    United State is .frightening own political 13,1I..lld."r j7. ducal.
    nadian people from the sidelines But the Coldwater TIT T i L M U D < ', '
    man 1I1..lr
    bl'CMImuch cue It an ,"exception the rule v 1 G U L R A v' 1 h
    This possibility 14 Forded a 311. 1),1. <1 1rlur
    stronger . when Senator Gdd\\Mrr water'' policies could In'olthe \ E A T C E T A M n I IOOOfi
    recorded I clearcutlct<'iy o'el'V whole world in a major conflict K wm' U. n..rrler 424U.; Ihlrlaruuuiuu' RC, B V T D cu E S How Does It I Work ? . . . . .
    YOlk Governor Nelson Rockefeller 111 of major proportions\ were avoided, 16. Inlet U. Cunuctu
    the California prlm'iic Goldumer would manage to Institute t 17 1Ul.c".1II U Mire" SOLUTION OP SATURDAY PUZZlt

    There Is a stop Culdualrr\ mcnt: another, form of Brinkmanship tint OHf' purl ctpnuua pre'III 4 (1,1 II irrurUl 4, |AJI..III [:: [ ]
    olld'arl1l the told and undo
    in the US. but It may have come too ( up war T"ud'lnlt\ n .lIl.ru .uiJ" 10 1 flee 'JI|
    late. The senator will attend the Republican ,the ttateimandup of a Kennedy or a :lO IUI\I'' 1>o\\'X 3, KluMrrpart !llrnl iliv I.ll
    J 111011 in dealing with the Commu J)
    nations! ror\enttotv thin vum- < D
    : : M tie I. "u\llIt' b, Hil> I 11 Dan
    with the .pest of being chosen ni.-ii"' .
    mfr pi' 2-1 Medicinal 11111".1 nWIUIU "eljlul( _
    a. the part candidate i I'n the Hut bullet :Mr. Gildurr, double U lii!, .' He herb :1. /;n'cd i IIIU"lll Ii I..bll' iii.r--=:z _

    His own dogged iipmgnlng dinner' UfTtrenilie between' apprise* 211 l'urpo.oIul: J, 1I..Ie: II iii, b..t".11 I II\ l'1t: iI A/RIOR/RADAR JfiW OUT SIMM AND ', I ,
    throughout the nation hat brought him meld end common fcn e. The former) I is .hUllle RfClrv1, [CNOe, M toes />Mtarufur > n
    2\1.\ Small pnndpal u. nt Htrorr CONTROL TOWER Min
    voter. 1iflading and u.-flei In the long run :20. Guide; (calf KHOW NE aNt A i weu M aRecTiDN g e
    Concern of Canadians In with inn- But common sense in the' batii ol good I J f S ; e r a' IQ II :JI Uuddhietu ANDD/31ANCf. fffot(, AY.RTIdA4 1I _w ='
    ,{ TRANMf11fR utto Af *iu A,1Nf '
    tlonal statements made by him In recent icliliial thinking And dropping atomic. ,. pillar NOaILON1A1.1RANJM1IT1b_ 4]' ,
    campaign speeches His U a jet-tough bomb to clean up a bru.h-tU* in the IJ " :lJ nUflleulII' rut urn co rrtot. or net*
    world of CommunUmColdwiter Jar Emit doe not fall into eithei rat,- buI' - **7Mlllt THt KnC ,
    the
    policy against JDN9 TW ErRl1 ro>II/ON
    's bluster could be dUmiaed 101'). It would be plain. tupldit\ I I 41) I'crl 1,. - THI fiUMt MIO, IV
    end even' laughed off If he were i ,nfm,r The fluid, (Ontario) ExaminerMived '--' IlIler MAO
    publicity "'. "*. i "/ - "g-
    politician or a mere : ; -t- Jti S.Itl'1.n'IIIj
    Jut 11. anert!rn* must b9 .tc"e' i :) (
    ITM( t moue, Ui.nl In view ft .iU early t td : Crnts I! 10 II J...Inc
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    in the w.iriu. U iv( *.> wi ...* a* 1al I bmg: .\ US guided niUmle ctrrtiuyer it be. 1 I' read
    to realize that U::* publicans might binning to take aboard officer and men 3j,11.N1bcJ,
    Rein countries who will ,v.:;,", JQ II d III!
    nominate him as their pi evidential six NATO : man A ;tI plent lilt
    standard-bearer the VP M-I and demonstrate, hopefully
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    It has been iwid that if Goldwulcr re. the unity of the Weston allUnc v. $ r ]). I'ul.u hake 1Ff
    reived the nod from the Republknu hi Sume Acptici are saying rush a thing! JI JI a H 31 tare gud
    would certainly be defeated by the pop. Ik unheard of In seagoing annals l . . :; 3\1.\ Iliad of It
    taut sentiment favorite of the Am-ri- But othe: may remember an old-tim. 41 4' ateam ' rNf ECHOtJ FIMA I(11H 7tIlIiSMIT7'! ARE SHOwIl
    ON A Kltftlll 1NA1/J D/r/oE0
    can people, Prenldent Johnson This kklpper n..med Noah who crewed up a ( hammer ; 1Nf NOw'erM/ltHITHfI TWO IIItTJ.rHl CRAM
    might be true, but it Is not sufficient to much: odder assortment of personnel for 1. j U 81) l'giper : f"J,:
    .I'* the minds of people in other a very *r :ent wtndJ.mmernd came tDJ/N'TNfWIERIARINOWJWNfINERd/J lit 7/'UN ,.,
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    Phony Door-To-Door ____ ; $ .. ". .iitl.d;

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    residents were advls- another name. To lead themto sales gimmick has been He FRANK OTTEI'PfcMtHECLOUDS'
    ed today to be certain of the the reference .. _._. .
    believe otherwise Is Im- book I .... .... .- .
    salesman
    who
    of
    when
    facts
    they deal with door "
    : to door solicitors and not to proper. fered his prospects a $1300 set !aptitude. Most folk whofrequen.
    depend solely on the claims of of encyclopedias for only $40C." We are up in the clouds, 3000() tly work at Duplicate (and it IS
    . the salesman. The advice MAKING "SURVEY"Coupled Supposedly the customers would wet ibov sea level. As I sit t: work) are reasonably equal in
    . from the Business came with this ruse, the get the books a bookcase etc. her writing, an early morning;:,bidding knowledge and In play.
    Ethics Division Chamber said, has been the use for free If they would sub- mist is beginning to wait away. lug the hands. But tint> often we
    of the Ci reater Naples Chamber of the "survey" play to begin a scribe to the annual supplement only The pungent smell of coffee callsm I forget that bidding and defense

    of Commerce. sales pitch. The salesman tells which updates the reference to breakfast. So 111 knock ofl fis totally a partnership actlvUty. -
    Chamber officials noted that the prospects that he Is makinga ies. In fact ser for a stand of pancakes Unless there IS a partner.
    two recent schemes used In survey of homes and If they something of this At the table, Margaret and I 1! ship rapport, defeat Is usual.,
    sales efforts locally are good will Indicate their favorite magazines The sort usually means" one thing face a 9 by 7 sliding glass door,ly Inevitable. For B winning Com.blnatlon .'
    examples of the way In which on an offered form the the purported real value" of a hug frame which soon will there 1 la no such things
    facts series Is grossly Inflated as show a sun coming up to warm a* ''J am better than "
    some can be twisted by a service will reward them for you. It'/li)
    good salesman.One Is the supplement subscription away the clouds There, against a the WE combination that sue.
    Is the their assistance by "giving you price. In one of these deals -;- smokey blue sky, we now can ceeds -I
    magazine salesman's the magazines free If you will the customer Is not getting see many mountains; some are ISoona has better defined all
    claim that a purchaserwill pay the "This Is doubly any 1 knm about 23 miles The this
    postage. bargain- he Is paying the kT away. high. than Sydrey Harris, a col.
    be given the magazine freeIf deceptive" the Chamber regu- eat I I. Cllngman' Dome ,
    lar full price for the reference nearly 'umixlst for the Miami Herald who
    they "will only pay the post- commented"for besides the free books, the bookcase and the 1000 feet. several months ago said, "The
    age." In fact, the so-called ruse for the magazines the plement sup- The nights are cool, evendown winning player in Bridge Is Diet
    series but with the facts
    "postage charge" Is the sub- salesman Is making no more dressed to 4t degree and frequently one with the most flexible and
    scription fee charged by the publisher of a survey than any salesman up we breakfast in front of a rOUtIng adaptable temperament, the One"
    The
    The salesman will con- who asks you questions In orderto Chamber noted that Its v '.. i "Ir. fire. But by noon the day who can bring out the best in hltt
    tend that the advice In all these cases Is the are satiny warm. The strawber. partner, the one who know* that)
    present day econ find out what will EAST AND
    you buy same as the of WEST ,d of an Irish rie are gone now. We -
    omics of general motto wolfhound dwarfs i tiny' Chihuahu, poled with picked the noose he draws around Ms
    limits publishers magazine to publishing from him. the National Better Business It, Both dog were tntritt, *t a" nttrn.tlon.! ihow held it NIC, 0" the French Rivie,,. five gallon at a farm below our partner' neck also hangs hltn.'O
    an amount for charging only ANOTHER ONE Bureau with which it Is affiliated hill. Some of these are still So ..., with this philosophic I
    subscriptions approximately Another recent door-to-door by membership "lnvestl ate 200 sweetly frozen In the freezer, note I conclude Naples Bridee
    Years Of
    equal to Brutal Conditions but most have
    been ian
    mailing Before You Invest" "Don' be preserved until w* return In October.
    costs, with all other costs borne misled by these offers of 'real in 24 Jars of Jam and Jellies :closing let m* again thank alt!
    by the advertisers In the maga deals' Soon the wild blackberries t ot you for your cooperation 1IIj,
    the )
    zine. The Chamber noted that Legal Whiz Chamber said."The will be rip. There are literal going over hand with me which

    "until the publishers themselves chances of your getting something Georgia Legislature MovesTo ly tons of them in these hills; I have noted as worthy of comment
    began terming this fee a Roscoe Pound for nothing or next to nothing. all free for the picking... and 'and congratulation to (hose wllo.
    mailing charge' instead of a especially from an Itinerant doorto picking w* do, for more tellies, have done especially well. I ap..
    door salesman are next to Jam and syrup. predate the many comments
    Is subscription charge, we feel it Dies At 93 non-existent. When approachedwith Despite all this high level llv. which tell me you bar enjoyed-
    salesmen deceptive and Improper for one of these offers, check Reform Clean Up PrisonsATLANTA in', w* do miss the Friday Du. Naples Bridge and have gained

    to confuse the public CAMBRIDGE. Mass. (AP) it out first by comnarlno the plicate sessions. Mac Is doing insight by reading my column.
    by claiming othe rwlse. Purchasers Ros are not getting for legal circles the get Ca. (AP>-A re. onment for being unable we read these C.J. colomns with
    anything greatest living a local me rchant whom know to pa) irons, chain ant manacles, did I should we! Bridge Is a game'
    free they are simply making authority on law though he nev. and on whose you porter' one found crawled on a small fines-are no more. away with the striped uniforms, avid Interest, of to many facet that nof$ even)
    their regular payments under er earned a law degree, died reliability you can dirty Georgia prison wall the Now, under a new |Iltnat \ and established the Board of Now resting from NDDC tour.. the best of the best always con.
    Wednesday) night at the depend. You'll generally find words "Thay H no God" prop-ram In the state's naments and the Forum dUcus.
    age of priwns! ,, Corrections.\ Arnall told guards( cur In the bidding, the play or'
    93. that the only one 'getting away This melanchol) legend Is no the Inmate who wrote the sad I I (that use' of the whip would slon.and .play periods, we can the) dafenan v
    Movies Death < ame to the former with Fomethlng In these deals longer symbolic of the date's word on his cell might have 1 mean Instant dismissal think of Bridge more phlloso.phlCRlly Now, as I say farewell for &.f
    Harvard Law School dean-af. Is the door to door peddler-- prison system ;rl4arnd to Spell correctly After that, Georgians generally I am reminded of a few months, let m* (and all or
    HOLLYWOOD (AP-"A Shot redlonately called the "(rand not you". the Chamber concluded. Chain gangs, leg Irons, sweat. Gfic, James Edward Ogle. settled back with little French author who points out us)>'ongratulat* Major Jim Hayes
    box
    In the Dark" Is another film old man of law," in Harvard's rages, whippings and bru. thorpe, the founder and Ibis!I: thought of prisons or of prison the five deadly sins In Bridge ,of fort Myera whu at the recent
    starring Peter Sellers, who Still nun Infirmary where he tallty by guards even Imprll.Children's governor of the Colony of Ceor.Bl reforms, lor*. These so frequently have Nationals
    seems totally unable to make had been living In recent *, thwinht-of< filling:.'the 'new'0 They were shaken somewhat, devastating effects on ciur scores, a"I\: \* Is '.tei1f;' Mts.mae.1'

    anything! but hits In this one he months coUmy, with Imprlsored dnWor I; however, and the nation was mine as well ts yours. CunJ. tar number 4650 out of a nations
    continues his "Pink Panther" A memorial service will be from England lie later aban., shocked In I 1051 when 40 prla.oners der them t (aCarelessnest and al !total of 4777 in this highestof
    portrayal of Inspector Jacques conducted Tuesday In Memorial Laughter RingsAt doned the Plea Only a few at the rock quarry prison lack of concentration; (b) self. the high t ratings. Since It I la
    Clouseau, the greatest boost to Church In Harvard Yard where di'Wor were among Georgia'I for Incorrlclblel! ,t'- B\lCor' Ishnesi and cstlnancc: )faulty estimated that there are around
    crime since the Introduction of Pound) was a familiar figure to orIginal colonists. ate Christmas dinnerttien" bidding, or play whisk niak. fclmJ tort)' million; Bridge player in

    the tommy gun. generations of Harvard men. By an ironic fate,. Georcl.more .- dashed their heel tendons with pie situations difficult; (d) auto. our USA this Life Master rat.
    There are dark hints that Fellow lawyers have called I Site Of Circus Disaster than 200 years later-lias I rarer blades. The prisoners cracy and conceit; (*) ovblous lug (which to very very few haveacquired
    somebody up there in the Pound 'the man whom lawyersrecognise itt own Imprisoned debtors, victims complained of hard gruelling contempt fur partner and U>pon. ) I II Indeed a hard..arnedq
    French hierarchy is protecting as the greatest stu.: HERTFORD Conn. (AP) -, were among 6,000 spectator In oC a system which only overwork. The ferment again cots, honor
    Clouseau How else explain why dent of common law of all i Children making happy noises the big tent as bandmaster now Is being hanged. quieted. Our Naples years ,of ,Bridge Over the last lour years, Jlm't'
    Clouseau is allowed to remain time." play today in a sprawling yard Merle Evan led his 29 pleco The Georgia Legislature this I Five year later, puford was playing teaching and writing has been a frequent visitor at turn
    in charge! of a murder Investigation On Pound's 92nd birthday, behind a modern schoolhouse, band through a snappy opening. year passed a sweeping pack again In the headline Forty. show that these sins are mostly Friday night I sessions: and 'there I
    while freeing the sexy suspect Chief Justice Earl Warren said I They're unaware this wu the number at :2 p.m. age of prison reform laws I one convicts this time smashed the reason for inconsistent winnings has won many fractional and conu9
    and incurring several more of him; "His devotion to the city's circus! ground 20 years A* the circus progressed, a which put an end to what, In el. their leg with 20.pound It It difficult for the individual plot Master, Point\ So we can
    corpses. law, his contributions to the ed. ago and the scene of America' strong southwest wind sprang feet, has been Imprisonment for (ledge*. They' said brutality by to overcome them, but be happy In having helped him, ,
    If this sounds like grisly fare,, utation of members of both the worst circus disaster up outside. dubt.The guards and cruel labor drove we should try; a happy partner. achieve this coveted goal.
    forget It. The murderous doings i bench and bar, and his great On hot and humid July 8, 1944 At 2:40, Evans noticed a small new laws opened the them to the act. ship It even more Importantthan ..1 i I.. ..i it
    are embellished with so many P contributions to the jurtspru. fire broke out during a matinee horseshoe shaped flame creep. doors of the slat prison aye. Another legislative Investlgat- a knowledgeable! comblna.tlon. A researcher, for the: Institute.: )
    sight gags that large chunks 01;: dence of our country have not performance of the Rlngllng Ing up the aide of the main tern to almost 400 .prisoners, the, Ing commute drew up addt- of Public Opinion In Montrealtty

    dialogue are lost in the, been excelled In our history." Brothers and Barnum A Bailey tent VJncruard nl-- nav.nl-- .. -. .himHr.rf.,...... ..I tlonal Ort.nd a few more 64 of every 100 famllie Irfl
    laughter. | Pound went' to Harvard: Ia4tsiy Circus' in town for' a oneway. lie switched the band from, more to be released soon ref(>I'm.'wer.,; passed, Aid ont'* TEAMWORK DOES IT Canada collect ,Utxlina sl mp,.(
    "AShot, ( In the battM \a not ( law inj1S8fl1Mheneve! stand, undfrj the big tent, lfl,."ball<*'"ni' I wiI.q.1, l.esltlp: fOI {This bring in to believe that I He says if of every 10(1( Muntrett .
    bellylaughs all the way Clots., finished the course. The fire left' 168 dead, more''theIflifualtvaCt4b' -a"'ThdtcW' Mstatt**...'prlhv* bi'm I'prisorf: : Controversy.; .--attIt\llk.IJor\ ImpWlsnl ill*',"" frmilf, eaTUif? W?\ Vc 0.Maa'
    seau's inaladroltness almost He earned his A.B., Master's than 500 injured; many were "The Stars and Stripes For. serving misdemeanor a.ntencelItmply i Last fall, 2,000 howling con. __ .....J.L_ _.. "' ''''.. S .....J.j"u.SSdfl4iii_.,
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    reaches repetition now and I I and PH.D degrees at the tint. trampled to death In the panic, ev.r." because they rould not:: victa 5 m a she d windows
    then, and the nudist camp sequence ., verslty of Nebraska-in botany. others died of burn and still The abrupt chang In tempo pay a tine, occasionally a*I i wrecked dormitories ind 4t. : ,<
    is curiously less funny Pound was born In Lincoln, others of suffocation.The signaled to circus people' that small a* $10.Convict tied club swinging guard for
    than others. Neb., on Ot. 27, 1870. His holocaust resulted In a there was danger In the big In black and white I everal hours at the state prl. ,! :
    Sellers is at the peak of his I father was Stephen B. Pound, tough t new police safety code requiring top. striped suits and bound togeth.r on at Reldsvlle.( Official i '
    powers proving he is as adept 1; who eventually became a law. canvas to be flame For moments the flame near by chain that clanked a* blamed overcrowding, lark of j '
    at sight remedy as he is with!| yer and a Judge. i proof. the main entrance looked small they worked on Georgia road. adequate program, and a (
    the oral kind Elke Sommerand Pound entered the University For Rose Dunn, a registerednurse enough to be extinguished witha sides, were common lights In shortage of guards : "At the Cove"Crayton

    : George Sanders offer a high!i of Nebraska Just before his 14th ] and her children, Hirb.rt bucket of wafer.. Then. n_.. within nn__.. the 1930s. A scathing report on Georgia Cove MI 2.3849
    birthday. He '. and Betsy, then 5 and 3 the seconds, blown by the sudden Robert Elliott ,
    degree of sex and suavity. Her. graduated In 1888, Burns wrote a prisons made by a natlooallv
    bert Loin is an absolute gem as i when he was 18. (two decades sine have been wind, the flame grew book In 1931 in which he de. known penologlst, Director JtssepIa paper party goods
    Clouseau's bedeviled superior. In 1910, Pound was sum. ''one long series of nightmares By 3 p.m., the circus ground scribed vicious condition In the Itagen of the Illinois penal
    "The Moon-Spinners" offers mooed to Harvard, to begin 1'they say, was a mouldering bier. litat.', prisons, system, brought about thestate's Virlenia's
    another vehicle for Hayley Mills; what has been described as "W* have awakened many From her haunted memories Official Georgia, including i new prison cod! .
    and for a vast number of movie one of the most Illustrious law 'nights, and even now, I wake up of 20 years, Mr*. Dunn recalls: the governor at the time, Eu. *WW W v
    goers that is all that is nec*5. professorships of all time. I'screaming," says Mr.. Dunn. "I was In an end seat up high gen TalmadK, branded Burns' -
    sary to know. The beguiling i In 1913, he was given the cov. "For many year, I was when I suddenly became aware story as untrue But In 1937,
    blonde, now 18 but still in. eted Crater professorship of I'cared to be caught In a crowd" of nervous animal, To my right Cov. E. D. Rivers ordered
    genuous and unaffected, remains law In 1918, he was made dean :;adds Herbert. "I think I've got. 1 saw flames, heard shouts of chain gangs abolished
    a Joy to behold. of the Harvard Law School, a t ten over it, but every so often I :fire and a roar. I put my Cov. CHI Arnall!, six years no defrosting
    This time she becomes In. post he was to retain until his :find myself getting a sickly ,'daughter on my shoulders and later, described still brutal ton. messy I
    volved in a lot of stealth about: retirement in 1936. He arreed. feeling l In a crowded situation." I grabbed my son with my right dltlon in the Mate's prisons,
    stolen jewel and murderous however, to stay on as a pro. Mrs. Dunn and her chIldren.WEATHER ]hand. and Instituted additional re. .

    gangs on the isle of Crete. It fessor. "Looking down to the ground, form. At his request, the IeI'l Is. ... ,
    Is all studiously concocted of He thus became Harvard's I saw people (trapped among latur outlawed the use of leg : ,.1.,
    several parts scenery, a dashof first University Professor with collapsible chairs, bodies and t .

    romance, large supply of a license to teach any subject By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS blocked exits.
    menace and a leavening of he chose anywhere In the unlv.erslty "With the fire drawing near.
    comedy. Nobody really comesto High Low Pr. High Low Pr. er, I told Herbert w" had to
    any harm-after all, this Is Pound resigned In 1947 and at Albany Jump. It wa about 25 feet down,
    cloudy 07
    Walt Disney-and even the the age of 76 accepted an Invl. Albuquerque clear 95 65 I pushed hIm and, with Betsy 'I'
    (5
    finale is played: for laughs, not tatlon from Chiang Kal'Shek to Atlanta on my shoulders, I Jumped right
    cloudy 75 69 .
    thrills. -odlfy Chinese law. after him. .'...,
    Bismarck, cloudy 83 59 .04 "Wi were lucky that the .II'f1.... _1s 4
    Boise, clear 02 56 ground was soft. We weren't ,. '011. '" *'.. k ,
    Boston, cloudy 97 67 1.16 hurt. We crawled "'
    over Countlessbodies
    TV Radio I Buffalo, cloudy 87 70 .10 .. ...
    .; Chicago cloudy 90 72 and suddenly there was ..:::-
    T exit
    an where somebody had
    TV RADIO Editor' note: Tele thing to do with the right way! Cincinnati, cloudy 84 62Cleveland cut a hole and removed a tent ;.., .
    vision westerns, eternally popu. to get on a horse. These fellow I cfear clear 84 67 flap."Once ,j/ I'I'a

    lar, also are eternally: the favor. get around to the best places; Denver, 02 55 we were outside, w* 1\; .J!:", .
    Des Moines
    lie target of the "sex and vlo. they know where the quail are Detroit cloudy 83 67 still had to climb over row of f'O) oa:'*
    lence" Robert Fuller, now of ABC' If yoU don't art like an actor,,,', Fairbanks, cloudy 63 52 .08 w* were .led to safety." ttl /... (
    "Wagon Train" and once a mov.I they might take you along Des. Fort Worth, cloudy 04 73 What caused time flr*? It was 11 ,I, }"if1
    I Ie stuntman defend his favorite erts, forests, mountain will Helena, clear 82 55 never officially established, but
    form of entertainment and work on you, helping prevent Honolulu, cloudy 85 72 .03 the explanation most generally I.d .i iir 2r .,
    area of show business in an such affliction a* swollen ego Indianapolis, cloudy 86 64 accepted wa* that It started ;; ;
    "open letter to my son," He and the shortsightedness that Jacksonville, cloudy 87 n' .01 from a cigarette carelessly ,
    writes for Cynthia Lowry who mistakes a sound stage for the Juneau, rain 56 48 .04 totted aside In, a men' room. 11Jr:
    Kansas City, cloudy 91 67 .10 ,
    1* on vacation. world. Just outside the main .
    entrance.Six
    And son If you're an actor,' Los Angeles, clear 85 61 circus officials) were "' -=- with a modern [FNOFfl0111REFRIGERATORFREEZER( electric(

    By ROBERT FULLER remember who you're working Louisville, cloudy 83 65 charged with involuntary man. S\EAKTRJP -- Mn John .
    Dear Bob: for. Not the front office, or the Memphis, cloudy 89 70 slaughter The official finding of Hirschberg, 72 didn't even
    You'" got a shotgun, a 30.30 I forltlr. or other actor, or )our Miami I, cloudy 85 78 the coroner held them guilty of tell her neighbors In Herat-
    rifle, a .22 rifle, a rod and reel, Above all, not that vague, Milwaukee, clear 88 68 2.12 "wanton and reddest conduct, cong N.J.. where she wai
    two complete cowboy outfit meaningless thing called 'the m Mp1s.- t.P., clear 83 63 either of commission or of going when she left, but she
    from hat to spun, a quail call, public." 5 Hew Orleans, clear 89 73755w omission where there I II t duty came back In a mere 57 Today's no-froit model. hold Just the right degree of temper
    a duck call, and a pair of boxIng You're working for the Indt. York cloudy 99 71 to act." hours and 52 minutes-after plenty everything, except frost, atur keep every type of food at
    glove The*. are present vidual human being--the me Okla. City clear 88 70 .36 They pleaded no contest and a flight around the world In Ice never form in either!! the peak freshness. ,and everything'
    from come of your older friends. chanlc In Wichita, the farm I Omaha, cloudy 82 66 received prison sentences airliners .Mrs Hirschberg' zero-cold: freezer section or refrig right at your finger-tip (includ
    They want to make sure your woman In Georgia, the kid In Philadelphia, cloudy 99 70 Rinzlln Brother and Bar. set a record for American erator. No scraping or chipping. log ice cubes galore}! ""j,
    lift I* full of hunting and fishing Tallahae or TOkyO who.clunk Phoenix. clear 108 76Pittsburgh num it Bailey doesn't play women making the trip No mopping up puddle. Good You'll love the smart styling "
    and riding I do, too. down money at the box office, cloudy 66 64 under a tent any more. bye forever to a nasty chore. and built-in )ook . variety of J
    Someday you might want to or twirl the TV dial to SM I 1 Ptlnd, M*., cloudy 88 64 .28 "We closed under canvas In IMJAU IJI1S1I ( The modern electric Refriger colon, too. ,
    make your living by acting but good show.They're Ptlnd, Ore., rain 68 53 .01 1056 In Pittsburgh," Runty I RENEW roinDRim'S tor-Freezer combination hold See th new iufro .lectrk.j,
    till get In plenty of the outdoor not only your real Rapid City,clear (2 II Bundy, vice president of the clr. I LIU much more-yet takes up lea Rfngertor-Freezer and epa.,,..,
    lit*. In that ease, here's some bosses, they're your best friends Richmond, cloudy 90 6$ cus, aid recently. "It was Just I kitchen space you'll ,!)joy tre- rats Freexer* at your appliance"
    advice for you. I'm giving it to Treat them that way, If they St. Louis, cloudy 14 70 .12 ]Impossible under the changing mend you now, when you're till too want you to stand In the hot sun Salt UI. City, clear 94 63 i c condition to go on." I UJRTHMONTHI1\ for today I demands! .nee*: convenient term*. "r -.,,.. r
    San Diego clear 75 58
    young to argue. all afternoon shaking hands and .f
    Son, don't hang around actor signing autograph, you dot San Fran., cloudy 60 53 ,00.e.e.e.e.e '
    \
    -' Seattle cloudy 73 54 .06 f.ee.eee..e..e e.o.. : : i
    You'll find yourself acting all and be grateful. If I ever hear : .e..e,1 '
    day and talking about It au 'of you mumbling about "inra. Tampa cloudy '0'8 CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK -10 MILLION RATE REDUCTION "*.: : ,

    night. That makes for dull talk sloe of privacy" or refusing to Washington, cloudy 96 75 : Now more thin ever before...it's a whole lot chea per to go ALL ILtCtRlC r :
    clear .
    and a dull 111*. i sign an autograph I'll Comedown Winnipeg 74 54 .30 DUNBARS 0 than to use combination of services Electricity costs to mtttle'yeI does .
    U you can, start your career < out of the mountains, or (T-Tr&ce) \\n SUPPLICS' :; to much for the enjOyment) of mOdem.florlda living"' ,* ."b :

    In western Then do everythingyou ' can to stay In western 'whale the tar out of you. For Key west derive h.| nffl 1 f Bend n.wl! All mtal $83 up ... ... ......... .........

    You'll have more fun. ;your own good, you understand.Now from the Spanish "cayo" (key) # Burn Proof Plastic Top De.k, -tIN; tlla. ", '
    You'll be working with stunt. I realize all this advice and "hueso" (bones) not from Hl'KIN Eft* MACHINK9 SAL EM.: REPAIRS! ( ) -flan..k't; '
    men, and wranglers and the i may be a little premature. :
    Aft. its geogriphle location. Key ftesl AM) KENTAL8 FREE, PROMPTDF.IOFKl. "wew coupe. roaN'" .u "
    fellow who spring Into action I I r all, you're only nine -
    week *** once a baitUiround for FLORIDA
    when the sheriff call for a < historic Indians WHOM bones pre- : : HKKVICF.M POWER & LIGHT COM. pi NY
    old.Mayb : tib .. *.. m 2.20.u>
    -wltjrj-aowiMo-fartn; guyss tile person 'I'm really were rourid'uluereddlla.. A. "Nlspie' '' ecs pesai *
    who think the method ha* off *o is me. 11!end. \._




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    Younger Boys Dominate Little League AII- Star TeamOpen




    Practice w 7j4 dr d Flag TourneySet

    For July 4

    Next TuesdayBY a' At Big CypressBig

    DAVID LYON Cypress Golf and. Coun-
    The 1964 Naples Little LeAgue ; try Club will sponsor Its first
    all-star team.whtchwu w Independence Day Flag Tourna-
    lected last night. U an unusually : t : i ment Saturday July 4, Big Cypress PORTS
    young group of ball playe. < Pro Phil Darbyshire announced
    Of the 14 boys on the roster: yesterday.

    five art only 11 years old. The Competition is planned In both . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .e
    other nine are 12. as are the men's and ladles classifications.
    two alternates. No boy younger The winner of the men's divi-
    than 11 Is allowed to be on the w < sion will receive a $15 gift certificate 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, July 2, 1964
    all-star team. Last year all in addition will have his
    but one of the Naples all-stars t tA name inscribed on the "Inde-

    were 12yearolds.The pendence Day Plaque" hangingIn
    only returning player from the clubhouse. The plaque NASCAR's Hardest Charger
    the 1963 team is Bill Tucker and the certificate were dona I
    Holland Salley pltcher-lnfield- ted by Edward DuBane Darby-

    er. Two alternate selectionsfor shire said Dies
    'Fireball' Roberts
    the 1963 all-starsqutdGary A "ball sweep" for both men
    Hartford and Bruce Griffin are and women with prizes to be
    CHARLOTTE N.C. (AP) 14 Southern 500 classics at Dar.
    team members this year. awarded on low net scores will
    Rare driver Glenn (Fireball) llngton S.C., winning In 1958and
    aver-
    Boasting a team batting be held and in addition there
    Roberts burned in 24 last year
    a May
    age of .356 the Naples all-star will be prizes for the closestto rare at ,Charlotte, died today Roberts began raring modifiedcars
    club will report to the Little Lea the pin for ladles on hole 15, A spokesman at Charlotte Me. In 1948 before he entered
    gue field at 9 a.m. Saturday to and for men on hole 2. mortal Hospital said Roberts the University of Florida to
    be assigned uniforms and given died at 7tl3 a.m. study mechanical engineering
    Instructions by team manager Rice Team Wins Roberts has been a patient at He left the university after 3V
    Johnlamurrl assistant manger r the hospital since he was In. years to race fulltlme.
    Ed Davis. The all-star squad At Big CypressThe jured In the wreck He appeared He earned the nickname
    Is scheduled to begin practicenext for a time to be recovering from "Fireball" as a sandlot base.
    Tuesday.The team Charlie and Rollie burns mar 75 per cent: of, Ms ball pitcher In Apopka, Fla
    all-star team hopes to be Rice finished first in this week's body Roberts survived a number of
    last '.-- Big Cypress Men's Golf Asso Tuesday It was announced he serious wrecks during oAn exrlt.
    as successful as year'sNaples had developed pneumonia and Ing career In which he estab.
    team which went all the AMERICAN LEGION baseball team plays Friday ciation choice-sco re combined event. for a possible blood infection. He lished himself as one of the
    way to the district finals in Sarasota night against unbeaten Fort Myers at Terry Parkin Hit-Poor Naples Legion The Rice of duo 62 based a was placed on the critical list hardest chargers on NASC\R's
    a net score on
    before losing a tough 3-0 Fort Myers Naples clubbed Arcadia at home of 75 minus handi- Wednesday. Grand National Circuit
    game to eventual state champion yesterday 132. Front row from left Frank Bree- gross score Roberts had been In a coma Roberts was a member ol
    Sarasota Nationals. Pedro Don- cap of 13. Runnerup in the event sine early Wednesday.He the Ford Factory learn In 19S7
    den Jackie Jimmy Haynes Sar
    Kline ,
    Naples drew the Nationals In Van Finally Swings Hot Bat was the team of Ed DuBane and won more nine -super. and drove Chevrolet and POD.'
    ald Walker Archie Turner. Back
    row ; Les Johnston with a score of 82-
    the first round this The speedway races than any other tiara from 10r>8 to early last
    year.
    in Weeks Nick Pedro Cap Breeden Mike Weeks 16-66. NASCAR driver and drove In all year when he was hired, by Ford,
    two clubs will meet Sarasotaat Richard Charles Tom Hamilton ----
    Woodruff Barley

    Members 3: p.m. July of 23.this year's all- and manager Rollie Rice. (NEWS photo) Romps Over Arcadia, 13-2 Senior little LeagueDodgers

    Ita'r team are as follows:
    From Exchange Greg Hall The Naples American Legion denton yesterday 3.0, for Its
    12 old, pitcher-second Naples Little League baseball team broke out of Its sixth straight victory.
    years Alton Edwards, a righthander
    baseman batting average .420 long 134 hitting clump and rolledto with a variety of slow.speed pit. Nail Tie For
    a victory over Arcadia Top
    57 strikeouts In 41 innings pitched yesterday at Cambler Park. ches, went the route for Arcadia. ;
    so far this season Paul Naples touched him for 14 hits,
    The start oUh.
    game was de.
    Bell Hurl
    Llndabury. 12, first baseman Barley including two triples and three
    layed more than an hour by rain,
    battLig,289. but the delay didn't affect Naples doubles. The local team raised Cubs Claw Pirates 8 To 2
    From Holland Salley Bill Tucker pitcher Nick Pedro. After giving Its season batting average from
    12 pitcher-shortstop bat- three hits and two .169 to .207. Rice hopes the team ,
    up \ runs In the
    ting ,.360 45 innings pitched Teams To VictoryTim first Inning, he permitted only can Ing the stay four In the hitting groove dur. Cypress Lodge 295 Dodgers times in the fourth inning and run In the sixth. Alfonso pitched -
    three earned runs- four walks. one more hit to the visitors.The the remaining games on clinched a tie for the 1964 Senior once in the sixth. The Dodgers a four-hitter walked four,
    81 6-1 won-lost re-; lefthander walked four and struck schedule scored and struck
    strikeouts Naples' next and final home Little League championshipwhen single runs in the first out nine.
    cord David Barley 11, pitcher- Dell of Standard Oil and that was the only hit Kiwanis out 10 Arcadians. game will be a 1 p.m. affair they turned back second- and fourth and added two sixth- David Whitehead and John Abbott -

    third baseman batting .417, 34 David Barley of Holland Salley was able to get off Barley last 3.5.Naples'and record now Rollie stands Rice's at with Avon Park on Wednesday, place Elks Reds last night 8-4 inning runs.Singles collaborated for a four-
    innings pitched no earned runs, came through with good pitching night. Holland Salley got four team would manager dearly love to springan July 15.Two The victory gives the Dodgers by John Johnson and hitter as the Cubs defeated the
    5-0 record eight walks, 61 performances last night as their runs In the first Inning two in upset on unbeaten Fort Myersat singles and catcher James a 12-3 record while the Monty Hackney and Jeff John Pirates. Jim Steinbach doubledas
    strikeouts teams rolled to Little League the second three in the third 8 p.m. Friday at Terry ParkIn Brartley's triple to right field Reds are 8The Dodgers son's double brought in a first- the Cubs scored twice In the
    Also from Holland Salley; victories one in the fourth and four In Fort Myers Jackie Kline who brought In two runs for Arcadia have only three games left, and inning run for the Dodge rsHack- first Inning. Jerry Davis singled -
    Bruce Griffin, 12, second baseman Barley allowed only one hit the fifth. has allowed only one run In 18 yesterday but the lead didn't victory in any one of them will ney and Jeff Johnson singled in and Steinbach tripled to account -
    batting .306; Bill Rayburn as Holland Salley blanked Klwan Joe Gratton and Bill Tucker Innings this season, will start the last first long. In the home half of give them the title. the third. Winning pitcher Carlos for two more runs In the

    12, center fielder-pitcher bat- ls,14-0. The ll-year-oldcurv.- with three hits apiece led Hol for Naples. Fort Myers beat Bra. runs inning on two, Naples hits,obtainedtour two er. la last night's other Senior Alfonso filed out to send in one third. t

    ting .306, pitching record 2-11 bailer walked two and struck out land Salley's 10-hlt attack. Barley .'I'Or'I two walks and twc)lilt bats.taen. League encounter the Collier run. Don Lightner then singled Jerry Rose doubled In a third- i I

    Joey Gratton 11, catcher 11 as Holland Salley made its added two singles drove In Hoop Twin-Bill ", .. .. I .. -_ County Motors Cubs protected .Mark Finger reached base on an ,inning fun! for the Pirates .but., I. .1
    pitcher batting .557 with eight record 7-2 for the second half. one run, and scored two. Grit- Donald Walker was hit by a their hold on third place by beat- error and Bill Davidson singledto the Cubs got It back on a sixth-'
    tome runs, pitching record 4- Bell also an 11-year-old ton scored four times. He sing Scheduled For pitch with one out, and Charles Ing Lawyers Abstract Pirates drive In the fourth run of the Inning error. The Pirates madeIt
    righthander gave up two first- led In the first inning hit a two- Barley singled to center. Pedro's 8-2. inning. &-2 In the last of the sixth
    From Jaycees Chris Pro- inning singles and one run to run home run In the second and High School Gym ground ball got away from the sec. The Reds and Cubs meet at Lightner tripled in Alfonso, with one run, and the Cubs

    venzano 12, catcher-pitcher Trail Cleaners. After that, he singled In two\ teammates in the Another summer recreation ond baseman Walker scoring. 5:30 pjn. Friday at Cambler who had walked. In the fourth. wrapped up the contest with three
    batting .312 48 Innings pitched pitched no-hit ball as Standard third. baaketball doubleheader Is scheduled Barley was run down between Park In the first game of a Senior The Dodgers had a total of 10 seventh-frame scores. Steinbach
    76 strikeouts 6-3 record; Don Oil romped to an 182 decision for tonight at 7:30: at the home and third, but Van Weeks League twin bill The Dodgers hits, three by Jeff Johnson. hit another triple in that Inning.
    Hunter 12, catcher-pitcher bat- By winning. Standard Oil stay- The home run was Gratton's Naples High School gymnasium. came center through that with a single to go after the season championship A walk flelder'scholce.Glenn With his three hits, left fielder -

    ting .345; Hank Watklns,12,first ed in the running for the second- eighth. The 11-year-old Holland On Tuesday two high.scoring Weeks scored drove on a wild in two throw runs. at 8, meeting the Pirates.A Thornton's single and Roger Steinbach was the only player
    baseman batting: 259. half championship. Jaycees and Salley catcher leads the leagueIn games were played, with Steve pitcher Edwards by four-run four-hit uprisingin Mann's double accounted for the with more than one hit. White-
    From Kiwanis Jay Lawrence Standard both are 5-3 this half. homers\ batting average and Clark's team beating Tom Ber.card's the third innlnggave Dodgers Reds' three runs In the fourth. head pitched the first two Inningsfor

    11, catcher-pltcherbattlng .370 Holland SaUcy first-half winner runs scored.Trail with 32, 66.54.points Clark Richard led his Wood.club POUR IT ON a 5-0 lead,which proved ade- Bruce McCarthy was hit by a the Cubs and Abbott was on

    pitching record 41.FromStandirdOUt. can clinch the secondhalftitle Cleaners led briefly ruff had 18, Archie, Turner eight Naples cored twice In the quate when the Reds scored three pitch and scored the losers' final the mound for the last five

    Mark Allen next Monday at 515 when against Standard Oil, scoring a Benny Vaughn four, and Mike second Inning three times In the
    11, catcher-third baseman bat H-S meets Standard in a game run on David King's single a Sharp and Benny Roome two fifth, and four In the sixth. The ..
    ting .327 who alsohas done some that was rained out June 5. passed ball, and a wild pitch. each. second-lnning runs resulted froma -- ,. '''':'\ "(,:;,: 11L --;- ;, ry, ::2' --
    pitching; Gary Hartford 12, second On Friday Kiwanis will meet Ray Jensen singled with one out Three boys scored In double double by Barley and singlesby
    baseman batting .500, only Exchange at 5:15 at Cambler but was left on third. The losers figures for Bernard's squad,with Pedro and Tom Hamilton.
    left-handed batter on the 14* Park Jaycees will need a victory Bernard getting 18 points, Carl Barley scored on Hamilton'ssingle
    added run on two
    a third-inning and Pedro stole home.In .
    Witkop and Ed Stoner 14 each,
    player roster over Trail Cleaners at 7:15 rN
    errors. and Dennis Fields and Mark Fin. the fifth Frank Breeden
    FromTrallCleaners: Ray Jensen Friday to stay In the running for four each. doubled to I.ft. sending in two
    11, pitcher-outfielder who first place. Seven first-inning runs made gee Marty Bowen's team rolled runners. Breeden trotted home
    has struck out 92 batters with Other rescheduled ralnout the going fairly easy for Standard over that of Van Weeks, 8858. on Walker's triple to deep right.
    his fast ball in 53 innings games will match Exchange and Three walks, two sing- The winners came close to have Pedro led off the sixth with a
    The two alternates are David Trail Cleaners at 7:15: Monday les by Ed Frank and singlesby ing all five starters In double long triple to right that carried
    Vachon 12, Klwanls first baseman and Standard Oil and Jayceesnext Bell Robert Cross and Greg figures. Bowen was high with about 350 feet, and he came home
    and Olv Cowles 12, Exchange Wednesday. Bailey were the ingredients. 30 points Gary Sharp had 20, when Hamilton lined out to left
    third baseman. Vachon Lee Daniels socked a second- Frank started the uprising with Flood 18, Al Hackney 12, and Weeks and Pedro Sar singled
    bats lefthanded. inning double to field and he Bill McClintock eight and pinch.hitter Jimmy Haynes
    right time
    second
    a single and the .
    .
    Glenn King had 18 for the singled up the middle to driveIn .
    I came up In the inning Frank losers followed by Weeks with both runners. Haynes came ; .
    clouted a double and sent In three IS, Bill Spinner 10. Jeff John. home with the final Naples run ..rf.JrL A
    runners. Standard Oil pickedup son eight Carlos Alfonso four, on a wild Arcadia throw :
    Weeks and Pedro had three ...
    a third-Inning run on errors and Jim Fredrlckson two.A
    and In the fourth the winners J. hits apiece, and Walker and Barley .
    the with 10 each added two, Weeks hit
    closed
    out scoring
    WANT ROOM TO BARE-rooTE0 ACE three singles and Pedro contrl.
    runs. GREENSBORO N.C. (,o\P buted a single, double, and tri ..
    In the big fourth. Dell hit a High ihoot student Johnny pie. Four other players had one .
    and a fly ball, driving in the hit, ,
    single nllopie\ wan playing golf It
    SWING YOUR CAT? three runs. Mark Allen singledin Cir rn.htvo Country' Club .hen
    two runs and Frank singled In has feet thian lo hurt, So, he look I
    one. Gary Hanford and Rick off his ..hit" and pUtrd hurt- McConnell Wins ,
    Jaeger alsohh run-scoring sing f..oteJ. On the lf>0->Rrd third
    les. The winners touched three hole Johnm' made hole.in-in*, 72-hole
    Trail Cleaners for a total of 11 hm No.; irontt chut gi mj TourneyAt
    him his first ...t,

    .. Tat a ...k Nh..p.veu.' hits. Beach Club Hew .. .k* vnpapulor In hurry" ) Th... ,..pl. wen at nchw ..nlyig im. Iwiuraly. ralnihm.nl" when a boat.
    ICe ten l .In Pin* lidg, i.. Baseball Standings L.F McConnell was the win- trailing, at high speed. kuiit1 Ih... Pea *liu, .lt* ivr.ly. Juit *, pr c....... "...,

    ,, ,*...", .".bu.b. ol N.le., ner of the 72-hole tournament

    .nly thr** and .*..hill National League American League sponsored by the Beach Club
    W. L. Pet. C.B. W. L. Pet. C.B. Men's Coif Association over the
    re.,1.. n.rin *f Hi* City San FranPhila'phla 46 28 .622 Baltimore 47 26 .644 past four weeks at the Beach Club, I Courtesy is Iark 1 of Good Boatman
    I,....... 43 28 .606 11j New York 42 29 .592 4 McConnell won with a low net
    '
    Pittsburgh 38 33 .931 111.. Chicago 41:1i: S86 44
    second
    '.. of 282. Tom Abbott was
    MI.. .f wall ,.v'* ttra... Cincinnati 39 34 .534 IIIk Minnesota 40 33 .533 8 V
    . Chicago 33 35 .300 i Boston 36 39 ,480 12 with 291, and Bill hhlteley third Boatmen are a naturally others' anchor line or bump It's an unwritten law that all
    \ add t* ill..hmn l thnif St. Louis 37 38 .493 ili Cleveland 33 38 .461 13 with 303. friendly lot. They like to get together against each other if the windor boatmen give assistance to other
    ra..nably. p'iod immunity Milwaukee 31 38 .486 10 Detroit 33 38 .463 13 McConnell also posted the best with other boatmen and tide chtnfes. boatmen in distress. When you

    .! mall *tiataA .. Los Angeles33 38 .479 Id,, Los Angel.35 42 .433 14Houston score in the "Ringer Tourney"but iwap information, yams have about hid When you are fishing In a see a and disabled offer boat assistance.pull .alongside
    31 41 .461 12 Kansas City 30 43 .400 18 first prize In this division boating adventures they channel it It best not to anchor would You
    and discuss almost anything pertaining appreciate the
    ,k any I..Itor f. f tv* yw New York 23 54 .299 24'i' Washington 31 47 .397 18'i' went to Al Hackett who posted to boatS and .boating. because you an blocking traffic. if you have trouble same thing
    Wednesday's Results Wednesday's Results an even 60. Scores In the Ringer Also don't tie up to government
    ,h. "*'" ., Had map. ..n"C.v.n.n' San Francisco 2, Pittsburgh 1 Kansas City 3, New; York 4, Tournament are determined by The reason boatmen get alongso buoys or local navigation mark. that The boating society is one
    ., /., Fin* adsI.Nnu.n St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 1 11 innings the best'score' shot on each well It that, in general, boatmen en except: in emergencies. does cares care what not who you and are how but
    \k New York S, Houston 6 Chicago 1.2. Washington 7.1 are a ways courteous to Outers have need for you are
    th* nw ..... hole during the four 18-hole may you conduct yourself In the
    "
    __ Cincinnati 6, Chicago 5, 10 In- Baltimore 4, Los Angeles 2 other boatmen. Few skippers space at a float or pier. Don'tbar world of boats and boatmen. Be
    ./ % IM .bnr rounds. McConnell's score in the will knowingly do something de.liberateiy them
    Florid living) stings Minnesota 14, Boston 3 by tying up your boat courteous and you will be wel
    Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia 2 Detroit 3, Cleveland 1 event was S3, but he passed up to disturb the enjoyment and then going off and leaving come.
    Today's Games Today's Games the prize as tourney winner. of oth n In case you mightnot it. Unless you are invited to doa
    Pittsburgh at San Francisco Los Angeles at Baltimore, N In yesterday's weekly outing know all the little courtesies, lt', cwt: good: nuttntn to land
    dictated by etiquette and custom
    St. Louis at Milwaukee Kansas City at New York, sponsored by the association at at a private pier or float. ..........
    few remiiiden offered by "
    are
    Philadelphia at Los Angeles, twilight the Beach Club, about 25 play a the Evmrude News Service. Observe the Golden Rule. '''',''''''p
    Pine Ridge N Cleveland at Detroit N ers participated and top honors Don't do things to other boat
    Chicago at Cincinnati, N Minnesota at Boston shared Tom Avoid being a show-off, a men you wouldn't want them to SAFE \
    were
    ...... New York at Houston N Only games scheduled.Friday's by Abbott 0.1 nautical "hot-rodder." This type do to you. Keep your refuse
    Friday's Games Games Stevens and Will Eckard. They ia never popular.' Never run fast aboard your boat until! you can
    Created by Collier Development Corp. Chicago at Milwaukee N Cleveland at Chicago N posted low net scores of 71. put a pier or float, clot to a dispose of it in a proper con ABORTING(I \
    Other winners were H.1..Dixon swimming, area, an anchored tainer. Don't litter the water-
    N
    New York at Lou Angeles, Washington at Detroit 2, twl.
    HO Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2.2131) St. Louis at Cincinnati N night at 72| Bill !Kelley and Pete Lef- boat or fishermen.' activities ways. Don't of other be snoopy when! about you the are \ WEEK.J

    NAPLES HORIDA I Pittsburgh at Houston, N Kansas City at Baltimore, NMinnesota ferson at 73] and frank Blair When anchoring leave enough aboard their boat. You wouldn't

    01 HI you LOCAL ilMTOS Philadelphia at San, Francis at New York, N F.S. Wi lard. and) DJ. Briggs: space /or the boat neat to yours peer into their living room, to ",......." ...........v..V!
    co, N Los Angeles at Boston N at 74. 10 thai you don't foul each why their boat
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    Thursday! July I 196t X LLIER COUNTY NEWS 7


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    Senate Votes ApprovalOf





    One-Third Pay Hike


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    WASHINGTON CAP) The the Increases for senati-' anti

    Senate completes action todayon representatives.

    a $564.million federal pay Senate passage will send the

    raise bill after voting to retainIn legislation back to the House for

    it a $ .500 yearly Increase consideration of several ,hanges

    L t: for each member of Congress.The the Senate made In the original

    \ senators beat down three

    efforts Wednesday to strike out bill.There is little likelihood, however

    that the measure v. II

    reach President Johnson f<:i

    i iii Holland, SmathersVote signing before Congress rere...

    IS for the Republican National

    L Against Hike Convention! which begins Jill)' 13

    In San Francisco,
    WASHINGTON AP) Both
    (
    Ij Florl.U senators went on record The House Is scheduled to be. Announcements, 3-Boats-Motors Acces. ?8. Autos For Sate 49-Houtes For Rent
    V' gin Its convention recess at the
    : I Wednesday against a pna' 'owl
    !
    end of this week.In PlAZA BEAUTY SALON II with IS 14" Johnton U Pont Ra.M.C lIDO Can Small houca 1 bedroom ]
    Sena Lyman
    $7,500 raise for U.S.
    pay ba taai at Jack t Sarviean block from beach 185 00 monthly
    tors and representatives. the three key votes Isle E Tamiaml Tra,I IMidway I MM Utad vary I,ttla 1)00 00>/l Ml tf Ith St No ,oIL 01525MunS Until P>c I MI 243115,5 !tfRENTALS

    S Spessard Holland voted for an Wednesday, the Senate 14471 ba_told Ih I waakJaao

    amendment to knock the per. Defeated 60 to 25 an amend ASCOAPPLIANCE I bedroom furniehed home.
    SSs ment of Sen. Winston L. Proutj, CUM TIlE NEWS FOR 4I'I'wh dr Vary aood con Near Sea Gate School liDO 00
    sonal raise out of the federal pay SERVICE d lion ) Ml I ? ISIS 5., at
    S raise bill. George Smathers did R.Vt., to knock out the $4.1 COMPANY KIDREK ST.tMPS5Business )?4 Anflynon Dr y. " million In raises for the 100 sen. I MOOJrso
    Stria *| 1150 Oldimobila
    for the
    not vote but was paired Arc
    to
    ators and 435 House members. pleated announce Supar 18 Dr Automate ...
    60. 2 badn'eem
    It defeated our
    amendment. was opening haatr, rornlun.h.d
    25. Turned bark (4 to 21 a pro. Mr. 4. Mrt w. L. Poy.r9e.r. Oppa.USINCtS I lie pract .illy Machanically n..., Goody nounS,.r ntOn. and I

    posal of Sen. Jack Miller R 4.V"" Ml 1.3121 t".. OW"., i.lhna.'' for collanaatpani.t WE NEED RENTAL LISTINGS ,
    Iowa, to delete 20.8 million In Ml IllS 7/iNn

    pay Increases for members ol Attention, All ptmtart In eol.I. OPPORTUNITIES liSt Chavy 4 Dr Std Tram SEECARIBBKANREAITY

    pet Congress and their starts, federal ,liar County "If you are working' C.,ou..' Orlwa In 4. Good tacond car Ml' t 2011 Where Cuttomere S.nd
    V executives and U.S. Judges. for I... than I) 00 per h,. come 2.b.5poum .Ti... ,..lns.nooNSaplnaNortPt l/lll Their f".nd.. .
    : .UibOS:
    to tha pamtert meeting Monday North Trail I Ml IIM
    Rejected 53 to 32 an amendment n,ghl. July 7.)0 .P M At C"m"'c..1. lot- tins ThundarbirdMardtop '54. J
    Carpenter* Union 14.11. III! lit 2nd 'v., N ____1..000 M Powar window. aaatt Piclor Cu.lom bult, J b.d'"AI 1 batS
    William Proxmlre .
    of Sen.
    Ava t. 7/1.lt / air eOndlart.n Low md.,
    cfopics D-Wls., to eliminate the $9.6 "a.. the hernia Naolat today South modal a|. Ml Stint altar I .PM lot taut*NIC on* IN wall'(hldh'l.Tarraris larg
    4/itt
    (NEA Radio.Telephoto) million of Increases for senatorsand PUBLIC NOTICE Attociataa, EVERYBODY LitsIaA--- -WIN- Ito,,flonit Ravarta. .1".10'i.yen nit tondl and

    representatives and their Lucilla Otta Virgil, Mireum lionin5 Ml 47)1 or Z.3590
    his HIRE ARE FOR
    YOU
    ON TRIAL FOR DESERTION-Only American officer ever A Service of the Humane staffs. '101 AND TO CHOOSE FROM 6IZ. I'

    I to be court-martialed for defecting to the Communists In Society of Naples Proxmlre conceded he was I IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA DEWEVPOLLYREALTY .196? F.'lcoi 4 Sr O.lu., Sll
    I FOR' COLLIER
    Wait AT, RAN |IM t ballroom house furmthod Call
    Europe Is now before a military board In Frankfurt, Germany "having trouble with my wife IN CHANCERY A GOOD SECOND CAR Ml I I-Jlql i/21 Ift

    In the photo U. S. Army Capt. Alfred Svenson 31, Your dog barks Incessantly It on this Issue," but said no sound SANK OF EVERGLADESImmokalae NO 2031 PRICED RIGHT badroom_noun, turnnhod TV
    lobS 17 Mlih.ll Boat M HP
    is being escorted into the courtroom. annoys you. He runs away and arguments had been advanced Florida' Cornar of tit A... Uo 4 ana,no Boat Ira,lr ,mcludtdSummar cablt available Adult only

    won't come back when you call for raising congressional pay'I Florida banking ,Inatitutlon, Tmu'ni, Trail n hara HSO. MI14W SuItS.
    "'Plaintiff 1 4J54 Soul Inlarnational' I -
    him. Your cat who has always MI cyl Ions
    7.nL jTdrm t
    from to $30,000. Homo for
    $22,500 V' whaal baia. cab and eh..",..
    been very clean suddenly mess. "How can we say we are cut. WILLIE ED DELEFOFJO Suit, for larm truck I III ISO 00 bath unlurmthad Yearly
    mCLbI3 Our WJIfNATURE es on the living room rug. Your S DalendantVOTICB 7-Dogs Cats Pets BUY IT RIGHT, !Ia.(. Available Au'utt lr Call.
    ting government spending when OP M0STOAGEFORCCLOIUNE" LUFF ,CMC INC Ml 11122 1/1/.1\(

    pet hamster bites your child for we raise our own pay 33 1.3 per : SALES I tot\ "lh St N Ml ? Ulft t bdrm fupnnhod, or ..tnfp.owh.d .

    no apparent reason. cent?" he asked and then add. Notice la BY hereby SHERIFF given' purtuantlo black Rafiatarad' ", .1. poodle and I apricot puppiat fa. t.Th.S 10'40Aulos Caune wIh, ..copo" 0,,
    occur daIly dated ", .1.. Ml I DCT 6110.1 p"nl.nta,1 Call Andornon.
    These Forecletura
    problems Final Decree of
    GALa I. And they will continue to happen ed: "Only one family In the na. the 5th, day of June. '1964 ."d ontared Repairs Paris 'Sil'lI I ants..._ ll.tlf'
    tlon out of 50 now receives $22 No. 7031 ofthe
    In' Chancery Cote Wanted ;,jTy "'OOMY 4.'" 2 1".
    until learn to under. Ju. 12-Help
    pet owners 500 or more. Circuit, Court of the 12th unSurnnti.d, Snone or lar. tot
    stand their pets. Almost anyone dcial, Circuit, In and for Collier' In Pin. RIds., Enloy otbowpies I
    "All of us know full well itdoesn't wherein tho Bank LOOK HERE!
    County Florida, wantad Man or worn .
    Halp In this b.auty han .
    Ann LtBurtille Bowee can raise: an' animal. But very ( take any Increase to get of Evergledet A Florida banking, aarva public, .. 57.D5C to d.cnrat.S nd av.I.bl.: I .1 'ly$550rn. I
    few raise animals without problems 'nMtut'Ofl it Plaintiff and Willie', Ed i'o.Jo: poillbl: IntorMllna.work Wondering- whore to gowith i. Contoct Wllam, C S
    competent, talented and able 0.'.''''. t I. the Delendant I will No *., limit 5'.Cas a i'o... Inc to T.nth, It. No ,
    very few know how their men to run for Congress We tell, to the h,.hett and boat bidder, waak yaarly lam: Honattliardworking yourjC* probltrnit;: '<1 MI I 173.' 1110.11
    under all coin at the front door ol the la what
    pets are gpliig I to react lor and car you
    Bad luck has not always ridden la)1) pull Into pig Moose Stat lot\\. realize .have too much competition Collier County Court Houte In Caat ..... Sop this petition Pl.... Factory Fm.ih, PawS Job
    few
    conditions; very they now." Naolea. Collier, County. Florida at do not apply f you do not wantto Wracki Rebuilt, 53-listing Wanted
    the"TrackofTeara"NewyorkCentral's Whole cars would be reservedfor must train, control 'and guide I II: 00 clock' AM on tha Dth day. work Contact Robart F.
    Adirondack railroad. Moss Lake Camp of Jut,. I 1964. the following' detcrlbed' Balliatto.. ..1.. manaiar, N.. Tunauptv !
    originating child.
    their pets as they do their chattel_property a* tat forth In aaid, plat Mamorlll Oardana. Von Front and ll'f nmaMMotor '. STOI'

    In earlier days trains carried In New York City. As the, Final' D.c,.". to.wit: darbllt Dr III Ave No b."...." Ovarhaul, >, JTrantmittion S have nuitabl' I.nunt. Sop ,

    many happy people and many children piled off, so did their ren.Why does I dog bark Incessant. Union Found GuiltyOf SodaS liil Oliltmobllo. Sarlal' StrA02l'l. Modal >', 4 Door 11231 I 10 and UN, MI t J2b2 rabuiltLubrication horns. LInt and It,oth.p.,, wnS drnubl, enS, font'aS oou I

    cargoes. There were vacation duffle, trunks tack and horses! ly? He's not happy. He's hurt, Datad thla 30th day of Juna. 1 1'104. 114 5t5, "'ve. I MI 11149

    ers bound for their summer's Box cars fitted out as stables sick or lonesome; or he's con. DiscriminationBy /tE! A.of Colliar DOUG County HENDRYSharif 13-Help Want. Femal. I Pol,ah rakaa. 4 w.. \'IVIA$ om, REALTOR '

    pleasure employees off to exciting would carry 20 to 25 animals. fused and consequently becomes Federal Board Clo.'lda' Don look any further ASSOCIATES I
    t. IsM ff"j oats a"'und'
    If he's hurtor July Zalpind Otaype
    frightened or angry. I
    Waltrata wanlod for monk bar
    ...
    new Jobs resort The kids would arrive
    ritzy re- actually
    sick, take him to a vetertn.arlan. WASHINGTON (APBreak.. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING' and I........ Mual ba tl yr Ml
    closes busy and hun- v.1th their steeds) I UU SIS,tf Chevrolet Inc.
    porters II he's lonesome give him Ing historic ground, the Nation. TO Ingram !4-Trde or Sell ,

    dreds of campers.One Not only people and horses more attention. If you can't play al Labor Relations Board found ESTABLISH haraby BULKHEAD pivan that LINE onTuotday COlD,.. |>'ri to baby III andS 110 >th St. N Ml I HOt
    NOTICE la
    of the finest sights on rode the Adirondack Division with him, at least let him ac.: a union guilty of racial dlscrlm. August 2S 19(4 ,at hun: elaamnf Ml 1 Mil I daytPhono bal fora a w.k t or Nodes '1.. WIll houn.toIndCIyor' t..deq.it0 IS' L ke ':.Pab...It'y

    the line was to see t Camp Spec- but cases of groceries. pails of company you in the house the Inatlon today and stripped it of clock, .AM at tha. in County the commlmoomeM..tn. Courthouta. I,,., Cwhit. 77II r.II MI 4251 1 5'n"SYHAijL

    milk mall sacks and dry goods yard or the tar Through early Its certification. Eaat Naplan Florida. tha Board houtakiapar to eara for 44-Mobil* Homes C014 LOT Lap. 'a'
    ... b.d' I SatIn ...
    ef CoiM. Commlttlonort$ ,In and top tchoolart and kaap 110. .om. hO" p. .
    I came In Brandreth and Nehas- training all dogs can be expect. In a broad opinion with pos. Coll,*Countv, Florida. will hold Spro y.w..S your round 1 $11,503 Mort4.s payrn.ntant.

    t Economic Records 'elm., These private estates, to- ed to spend some time alone 'lbl"JatlQI\IUJJ1P' the major,... Pibln Haarlno; en th* aoolicationef .. MiNlhb,......bl. and conionialwith );t no' T UiwJtNotk.,.".', raionditionad,Ooak 10.,1.INI. ". . , me W.nt C4o lot \
    CorMiration childran, and i in goodhaaltH c"el" RLAI.pvtin: N
    .1 'Overshadow'Some ta1ieg'reof!! ,laM'addS'bf iC.:'1 without barking.Rouse dogs make.Ity decision said whenever a.. Marc,: *to Ittirmt. ":.'t-11h: o *. : : Furouli own ipanipor. Park A.., of Airport 5/7515 Tr.l.. Mt I "'a.

    had roads. this adjustment easier because union causes discrimination Llna along the North shorn ol Marco tation Will, pay SOC Ph Ml Clot Cttalal' Trailar, with" ca d/Zn. hit?
    Federal DebitsNEW rca, no Everything they have the smells of their based on race It has committed Maud Irom the toutriaattarly ,Cornar ITownthin 13?>2 lor lnl,rviaw. >/l It 5 an..n S carport 11000 or 1 bedroom new. I u.lo" built, I
    from flour to nails arrived by ol the Town of Marco In SMtlon bait oflor Ml > llil" or I t'tl1M1 homt Nar town b..ch nd
    masters continuously with themIn an unfair labor practice.The It South Rung 2$ Eatt. for local amploymontwith Catholic church What have
    YORK (AP-The rushto train. In turn, millions of board the house. Dogs kept outdoors action-4he first of Its to the Mouth pi John Sttvan CroakIn Sacrotary tha Slat. Mutt ba abla Now Moon SOilOClotad in tawn or out' Writ Colt you,.,
    hall all the economic recordsset feet of lumber were shipped out tha Southwott Quartor (SWU. ) to typo and ..p.'.'. dictaphona. in acraanad porch Bo Taunly N....", Boil A 14
    usually need more training to kind by the NLHB-wa againstthe nf CorOna 10 Townihio If S" ithftango thorthand datrabla but not ro nita Sprlnit' Anlrt ParaditaTrailar 6/25.105, 5
    In the first half of the year every winter. At one time, in keep them from barking. Some Independent Metal Workers 21 E.., CoIl,., County. FlorIda ., ou", .... W..,,. P 0 Bon 3IFt '. park >/l,201
    has hidden some of the late the 30's and 40's. 14 trains ran A map of the propotad Bulk M".,. or (all KOI 7011\ forInlarvuw J
    outdoorsby daft
    never do accept living Union which maintained separ. tianf Lin, containing a mora >/l.It 37-Homes For Sale
    June and early July rites that perday on the single track. These themselves. They should be ate locals for white and Negro nt. dwrlntion it on fil, 'In the at 45-Trailers For Rent
    Fnalnaar
    County
    with lit. off c of the
    go on year after year were passengers with 8 to 10 brought into the house.A members at Hughes Tool Co. In tht County Courthouta r.., Naolat. .Part limo. racaptionitt typottwantad , PRIVAtE SALE 1
    .
    tie change. ba lntpctdbv Prolattional TI. II P woh. ""III TV NO BROKERS
    limit sleepers plus strings of baggagecars confused dog may bark. His Houston, Tex Florid all and lntarattd tarn* may partial at any olfica Aftarnoont Ml 11112 7/MI' lit waakRock beacon It a w.S. Owner. must tall Ihr.a bedroom. 1
    debt
    The legal federal and freights with up to 90 confusion mar turn to fright or The case Involved the com. lima. d ufinCrs.u t.r olfica, SoupS. c,.. Tppl.p. .ParS 2 ball, hume ,n THE: MOORINGS f
    has been raised again and at Public- Haarlna. Plan 4/2111 raniral' heal and aircondilionmg
    to laid
    member of the Ne. prior
    unless the owner helps plaint of a :
    anger
    Wanted .
    I M U ,
    the last moment. The debt al. cars. a ovariv yourt.lvt accordingly 14-Help paling throughout
    the dog understand or removesthe gro local whose application for DONE and ORDERED Ih.. ZIpS aicapt bedroom*. Cam
    ready had gone up. Congress cause of his confusion. Mall. an apprenticeship available onlyto '" BJOVD"SF Truck. driver wantad top rout 48-Apts. For Rent pl.it I k,Ic.,.nl .flCli.diAg; ditpotat '
    made It legal for the Treasuryto PURGATORY HILL mopS. san d.tlvery. and wup and thwather, H,.. '.,..... I
    men encounter many angry dogs. white members was rejected COUNTY TAMMKSIONFRS' conditioning' work. Contact My. i 'iflicancial. Day Waak. orMonlk porch, pavd driveway. todded
    live with the accomplished The worst spot on the line was These animals are confused at by the union. IN AND FOR COLLIER' .k.i.. P. 0... MI 5435.. (lIStS MOTEL Ml lawn phono Ml 74104 alt*.

    fact.Federal at Big Moose 2040 feet, highest first when the mailman comes to The five-member board's de. COUNTY Iv /*, OBWIV FLORIDA POLLY mo? or MI Sell 'i PM ,_ 5/lInt

    excise taxes on a point on the New York Central the house makes noise putting dabs to revoke certification on Chairman' Dapandabla' inri anporioncaol bwnar lara, lurnithad aid 14 out ol It ot our rat, ,m.n5 it
    limited list of Items have been (StALl trucb. drlvp, Other wpk ,.. ciancy A. cond St.n.c,.ttA homai lold on M,ch'(an Av*
    line. "PurgatoryHUl"theflremen the mall In the box, but never grounds of Illegal coercion was July '. ,. IS INS Ill qUlnd .1.0 flf' p..on.I I I"'.,. ,,,_. Ml Still or Ml I 1111 Only I ramamini: at III ala Includini : t

    extended another year. These caUed It. Here they would comes Into the house to talk unanimous although two memo V"".* Call MI 11641 0' 11)27_ Sabal Shores ; .- landtcaped lot. tcreanad p
    temporary rates have been con. Ins 3t Apt* porch. air cond Sa* thaio
    sweat and shovel to nudge 10 to the dog's owner. Later the bers gave more limited reasonsfor YEAR' ROUND LIVING hornet before buying Any ratiraman 1
    United each June for a decade. He doesn't their COMMOH ER PROBLEMS Mod.. ,, CARIBBEAN
    becomes finding. 0" badroom
    and dog angry. and al
    Treasury statisticians are cars a steam locomotive over like this stranger who continual. The minority said Congress NF* YORK (AP) During g 15-Sales Help Wanted I.canty, Aplt lurnithad TV LT.o"1710 N Trail, Ml I
    ,he summit .After':the diesel' cakla in Monthly or tin' l/, thru
    busy the books of yam
    working; on ly come Into his yard makes never Intended the National La. viml in New Wk italic \ irkneiKrf Cuparianead Salatman wantad round Ml 1445S Kally Rr and "BTACMfRuNT RESIDENCEON .
    they could t
    t
    the fiscal. year that has Jut came along, enjoy noises on his house and then bor Relations Act to deal with wife u( [oInroh PremierJem Alt tl 40 coMas Stan thuart. *'..aea_ Ava.. _ /J,,fTradawind lot' ol white land "..,"s

    ended and will report soon. As smoke while the big machines leaves. racial discrimination except Otto krag, dim, limed the lalat, manaiar ol Inaram Cnavrolat 1/2.5 f Apartmantt 1 bdrn 1 bath, ..,... CBS J

    usual, even Inevitable, the ac. eased 80 flat cars over thecrest, based union member.ship with tcreened in pool.nd patio f
    when .
    on
    had a problem common I. many Lovaly Apt I badrm Furn lutl reduced to 111950 unlui-
    tual spending and the actual re. Gradually; as highways improved KNOWS THE SCORE as In this case. American, tountt Available n." heath 4 thnpping Vaarly nithad Thit ,n S wonrtorlal buy
    celpts won't match the estl. people bought cars and motels The revocation of the union's 16-Help or monthly 11C4I 1/2 IK in a tcarca Ham May we SIn,. I
    The dog that runs out ofthe yard "MV hunbiind IlI\Aa\ >'s says I you Ihl' praparty lodoyF CA
    mates made when the budget official certification means that badroom complalaly' lurn : ,
    Increased train service slacked apt RIBIEAN
    REALTY 5150 N
    t.k"'tCl Sallabla' lI.by aitto,. ito ash It
    and won't back when he's many ihingn
    come IInllpII. TV cabla. air .,ndtond, I
    Tr.t MI* 111&
    was presented 18 months for />"htH'WATERFRONT
    ago, another union may petition N MI 21715 1/115
    off. Stations that once hummed p
    hlockn 1,0Al buch I block frflrn
    called
    probably has good reason. Mrs. krug: mid. -
    nor the revised estimates given certification at the plant. 0515 Are I MI I r .011 IIU II HOME j bad 1
    with business dljappeared.PU- The first few times he did come Lady hiflly racommandt Oar room. I bath Florida room,
    Congress months'ago.
    six ------- ---- worMr two op Ihraadayt ,
    day '
    man
    As in almost every year for ces with wonderful names like back but he was scolded and pun. a waak Elliciant, ,1... Lovaly. N Naplat airconditianad olliciantf I I adult u".1 5a.aa CI.L.ul.d... and wall 0" carad''' ailed Sop

    decades bea Lake Oncklo Nelson Woods Ished. He became confused Hecouldn't ant. rainola I wiling' Alto i.od $50 Mo S:4.t.i:: : >' t ? | .."... at, III SOO 0norana.
    the final result will with, lnu.Id or ctnIdo. Hhcna or_ Ml__ | ?H7 t/21 tlFurmtnad ,
    10 Mil
    tout .
    deficit, with outgo topping In. Lake Ca rte r,Minnehaha Kayutaand .figure out why he was Mt I 2 Jill .jtly tn4rr, 5 0' .". REALTY J750 N CARIBBEAN
    Trail I. Ml
    ,,,,
    S/3U.t ona bd apt naarbaach
    ome. That is why the federal Moulin are now only grassy punished for being a good dog 0105 |%) par mo yaar round t 1155.l 4/J4.I hi.IICompletely ,

    debt keeps going up. openings along the tracks where ,and going to Ms master when he tIIHrnom,.tabla I adult MI 14111 lurn,>had watarfronf

    This has Its counterpart In sighing poplars seek to reforestthe was called. He didn't know he -v' 23-M.K.. Far>> Sale Cat bnme, Acann to Quit Ra7
    was being scolded for going out A," ,0n.t'D".d' SuPAiIO4 I bid ".,.* /ctOPCOnd'IOnin,
    many family budgets and ex. land. Woods Lake Station ,. ....,
    apt !'fu baach and p' 0 .r. '''11.0' I' .
    Plains why the total of consum. had a lumber of the yard that .was lit the past Round: 4 Iquaco 5md''' lona |/00 or month ,.., round lIu.1I I n.1n1.a nS 0"." winS.,
    once flourishing that was already forgotten. He All t.in 4 ealort Can ba MI 1 HH7 >7Uf and d'y.r tuamalt "Ih ZOo

    tr t ble l debt regularity.also rises with predict camp of 60 houses'or.more'with. only understands NOW.. ...ee,* am,4C .8.........&i.C 5AI 0....' _11- I bought 1ndun taparalo S inttaMad: ..or Phono pit'o d tor*' / MDROOM UNFURNISHID I'n 11t bo...... 111.000 MI 2 14/1.

    sidings for log trains. Now It's Every dog should respond to Sr.. attmata' tTONCCMA'T APT OKtEN ACRES Ml ____I '

    Statisticians are quick to point deserted save for the old fore, Us name. When his Is called he INDUSTRIES Ra' .. Ml MIM eltca. Mt /It 11)12or .lot 11119, 4/tinS futtom: built 1 badroom. t bath t
    out that there Is nothing neces. 110 110 IIM hom. on wall dantcapod lor .
    In of this. man's office.' It's the lortesom- should com to you ImmedU : Pu,,, I bdrm aptt I If/... 'itt N.... ihbnrhood, Tent, _
    Bar any
    alarming
    Ily '
    -' est place on the line, ately. If he .starts to leave the /0 Personal. COO TV Ap, Cond 7U IthAva in lloi' .. "garator and
    Is growing. ,
    The economy to MI } 4tll VIIIFv MoM.arva cyclo or con
    Along with It, the spending of It may have been this sense yard, call him. When he comes, \ :4i : ;. .tONOL.ltl "NIN.IIIOWSM. ntnd I bedroom apartan dt.isn, 'No cloning, tMt Ml
    pet him. Even Is he Is out of the ? 4155 or 'I 1JM f/21 5t
    onsumers and of government of isolation,of decay,which madealumberJackkillhlmselIIut or wsm.nm'hIP.oCIo. $; rnn' .H:". I.0': room b'tch
    and fall yard and he comes when you call ." prabiamt Atk lor haip '/ ca" .". ,? NIlSOStI i 7/ tl
    Increases, So the private him praise him for coming. If : . in( Ml I IIM V>t,tort cord allywoicomad l D.aoorn ?1.n't"oO OI..n'. 58-lct For Sale
    '>mblle debt goes up. CombinedIt at Nehasene. He had come to ;... "" 01'' Mart.nt ,. ,"". .pt No p.tn ap .",''d,." MlS -
    dollars. ,he continues to stray catch him .' . PI'' o aplitl Cliur** Anna, an tin ill 0' MI 1 un ./1.,
    exceeds a trillion Big Moose Station and decidedto "r. .. .. . lot for Sell In Pino Ridga
    out of the yard, scold him and f. , 't .. M atm A avary TaoS and L. .
    But assets are even higher. walk on and try for a job.Twentyfive Fri/n. nl ,; I 1C PM. S/wu'.r, $2500 PIouS MI
    send him home.A l .L. 0'j 49-Houtes For Rent 24IH, T/I.M
    tr'.
    Nor Is there anything unprec. miles and no Job cat will housebreak Itself "
    '
    edenteil about Congress being later he hanged himself from ,to a pan tilled with sawdust, sandor 33-Service Offered L.- I 1I.coo" S Seth u" T laon ORT Onus ROYAL Pop\M t>ta /IJ*, Trad Oa'T*
    reluctant to relinquish any tax furr thad "0"'. corner ManS WP4 a O J
    Harbart. IUO .
    the gable of the abandoned station shredded niwspaper. It likes ,, 'S, road and Orchid" driveacrnt Road. D....... Oom Pot.
    or rate however tempo.
    higher clean. But Trail I from C of C
    house. The southbound te be clean and stay .
    rary.mty be Its label. Congress /, SEA WALLS |tot 00 par mo Ph owner col Mnidanltal Lot L.... Park.
    has continued for one more' freight noticed an oid form when;'I K cannot clean its awry cat pan. ''.. CONCRETE WOOD ROCK 1.., Mon., MOheok. I I2UII N.., tchool ana tor*' t}.;7j
    And a cat that'jinds a' dlrtr eat ;. It MARLOWE 4 BECK, 411 9th
    vear the ll.Sillllon In federal they passed Nehasene.but raw Foundation Piles An. SoulS. M' a ion
    Is
    pan too often very likely to LARGE 'U"N''N'O' MOUSE 1I11.lhl.l'
    them The
    excise taxes on Jewelry coamet.ics fall night pushed on. the clean llv. FOR RENTS
    make
    a mess on Docki-Mooring Whips
    furs, luggage, liquor clga. body was discovered next day b.d.oo" 2 b.9n dos Naa,
    ing .., .
    room rug. Automat rn n4 P ond 1' Stpo.IihonvC S9-Acrtag
    IAOCN drydoansABBOTT
    rettes autos local phone calls another victim on the "Trackof .
    No animal goes around biting Cantar Idaal for a'a
    and airplane tickets. The rates Tears." ... lam,'/ 1149 monthl/ on yaar"Vo DI'TlUUIOW"! ." naadtmoney
    people becauM he likes to. He ,
    '
    were set during the Korean You don't think of tragedy when only bites people to protect him. Radio Road MILLER! ASSOCIATES price Cillier 10 acre County*. IISO Real tonal alt.

    War as a temporary measure. stroll the right-of-way. | IOU 41H tun 5..Stern late MI' MM Open Sunday .
    along self. or !
    you He's frightened angry. )" Sill A". So Ml 11124Two tf
    Congress also likes to keep a Strawberries stain ycurtoes with He's hurt or he think he's goingto ,N T la andiaTr.iia floor r.con 1/I' l' t/20 ..
    legal limit on the federal debt, lit: ,anna li STOMCCRAfT IN 40 acre for tele. CI... in 1500 sweet Juice and wlldflowers nod be hurt. Many people are bit. Dustpan' MacH'n. Mrub wa< bdrm hem FOR' SALE per acre ,plt CARIBBEAN .
    although the real one of $312 ten because they don't under .. ;- , ..',PO,na. rataal I end politn rat. OR RENT 0... block Iromtchool E'L' )7I'N. Trait
    Sometimes -
    side. a
    on ::: 1IJ1\ Francit Aol HODan
    nllllon at the moment Is iar every . ,d.nn.Ian' S C.rnn.PC..l 0" ca Ml HIM S/Zl The If
    of will waddle across stand thli. Ml J2MJ Rat Ml 1155IIl4 1M 00 par mo Ml" 2 SOUlISI
    racoons
    above the basic limit of $28 bll. family It MO ;c' for aaljT.j"$5j'p
    The child bitten by the ham. 11C1'Y' *"" N. >iATIt>'NINlXVIOOAli lot
    lion. This base has been ex. the tracks or a black bear MOUtO YOU IUVI OS ,IN tHlfO eUrvI acre. .b4,1h5, cell part, Yore
    ster probably picked up the ham. Or rfoUIMOTOr101 YOU *Hftltphoto milea tauth of propmod Ft
    eeded by regular temnorary will scramble up a bluff Some KII""l NO frll WMIFUIOUtl .., ", CARIBBEAN
    ster while It w.s sleeping or eat. O"K' or iNs set
    boosting of the ullln,. station masters have had tame. '" *IO bet It.Ur< REALTY lIlt N. .Trail Mi'
    Ing. The hamMer should have MERCEDES PORCHE/ VOLKSWAGEN Mitt 'n..TII.,
    UlUtfO IflO tl
    NDMIIS
    So as records are set bust.less deer with them all summer. IIIIPHON
    ,
    been the opportunity to -
    given .
    ,
    .,
    "" .. '
    goes on as usual on many Crest; blue herons and black ducks come to the child's open hand. ""' UiduYa" ,.,. ...:..,, ? .:

    fronts, both government and often flush from the food !invatlmont CARIBBEAN
    up swamps The wild squirrel or chipmunk "
    p'. .1 'I'.... .\ REALTY, 3154 N. Trail I Mid
    private. And changes often are You wonder why the New York never bit while taking a nut froman '. '.".U' ot; _" ,. . .." ..f way 'IIi!. ./2..t....'",

    in dollar terms rather than in Central doesn't perk its service outstretched hand. But try to 7.... PALMER HARRIS '
    up
    the ..... ,......... TRAIL" FRONTAGE
    items themselves.
    pick him rr hold him so he's .,.. )
    -wash its windows, run up JO tug 4 dry land '

    Adirondack Special Excursions not free to go when he wants to Colliar County Salaa Ftao wxt'r.ts'w. ..M&

    I 01ISMIP\ > M Ilal.II l. take folks out to see this glorious and that person will be bitten. I XE.\ : ) OVIFJSCAS MOTORS INC South Ml' 5 HaL62Buuness 7/ij.

    ci I h !l.h..1( I t Jtifl| ..1.. h.u,' IhS and Every animal needs Individual
    country its wildlife. Instead 'IISSI\(. ri\ll. KK.IITS hO UlIKfRS-Clrrul" reproduced
    -, l\,', I P. |Xn St l ft'K I. "'-. understanding. Like humans Property' \
    of one lonely train perday ahflIII I being diMnbutrd h\ the FBI I In Mississippi Ala
    animal U different. Even
    Tht'
    ', 'S every
    : 'S -r!
    S sidling over the "Track of animals from the same litter are li.iina Ti'nncft*'t' \rkan j' and I nujji.na In efforts to locate u. 0 IW Buamooa tot ..Ni
    ,
    '" "
    there might ores agalirbe lIer. ihrt-v ':1' 1 ihn !ht' "lkl'l- IIrlll'I' n fport 'd as missing in I O'fICI HOWIMI Troihr End Moot, }ptf .T,
    Tears I.
    fit-
    different "KJWM iuur >
    p "" * wii
    N ;lade lieu .ttJV ? >">" '
    1\\' carefree riders on a busy stand him. Then you ill ret the 'hll"'I'.1''' ' The men (mm left ndrrw Midm.n James Boa Newa. Collie* Count'rI -'I':

    xautlful railway. moat enjri .-inert"

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    8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Trmr U), J.ly 1, 1964 REMEMBER-DEATH TAKES NO HOLIDAY Tricky .


    Leader gar of Involvement qf rte .usw (Continued from page 1))

    Cypriot In other clr les out l
    ed Nations." lie apparently UIDAY. JULY I, 1960 JULY 2. 1960 JULY J. 1960 JULY 4,1960 the vacated alley abutting Ms pro.P .

    Roll meant the North Atlantic Treaty rty.
    t Opposes U.S. Organisation. 20 11111111 But Tax Assessor Bert Pink.

    The United States still fears 11 ton said the old easement land

    : I In UN Meditation a war between NATO member III Tn had not been assessed, and was
    Greece and not Included In
    Turkey over Cy 16 fIGURES fOR 1960 the land area
    NICOSIA, Cyprus (M'i-Pre.. prus. It offered U.N. Secretary. subject to property tax
    ident Makarlos orI'OSPth par. General U That tile services 0u14 Three months ago Carroll

    Urination of an Amen I, ,u adviser of a distinguished American u said, footers were poured for a
    I' in the United Nat "'">s effort some Informants laid former X11X10 guest house In the rear yard of
    Ie to mediate the Cyprus ,lisrute.I Secretary of State Dean Ache Hill's beachfront property at 625
    ) Makarlos said Wed, mdav, the son-to help the mediation ef. First Street South Later it was
    appointment of an Aim'in'an ton fort. discovered the footers were dir

    help U.N. Mediator Saki I Tuo. Tuomloja has been unable to o ectly over Citv sewer Line,and
    oc mloja would "Include the dan. bring the two sides together nearly all the proposed guesthouse
    !
    tic Greek Cypriot newspapers WB I II would lie within the old
    warned that an American adviser easement
    111 -N WTTity! would involve NATO. Prior to pouring of the footers

    11] DrinkingbI Makarlos also said Wednesday Z4 i 30.foot error was made in sur-

    Wnfp! he would not attend the .,. 'vexing the propeitv and that error
    ,BEAUTIFULLAKE Commonwealth prime ministers caused the guest house to be

    KELLY conference In London next week 2o ill. built so far back into the easement ,

    tb said the Sptngler and Carroll
    :"> He situation In Cyprus ,
    K \t -f'' was too tense for him to 8 1- 8 8 brought out.
    CI leave for 10 days But his boy. 8
    Ii I olt was considered a protest v w o Q N r Ii p o Z N ... v w 2'! ... v r o Z N w v .. o p N ... v w o Z N C v M o ASK DH..U

    r j G ar iMInst renewed British supportof 3 Major Archie Turner and I bet

    the 1960 Cyprus I Independence Kuperberg asked for .i deity

    agreements allowing Britain, The National Safety Council warns that between periods, the elapsed tlme-78 hours-is the holiday traffic NOT ONE SINGLE PERSON In considering the appeal| )
    tIIf LOTS FROM Greece and Turkey to Intervene WAS WEARING! SEAT BELTS! It also doesn't !board's recommend, ,iti"m. i>end.
    450 and 550 persons could die In traffic over the same. All holiday counts begin at 6 p.m on
    oj $995 up on the island three-day Fourth of July holiday weekend unless the day preceding the holiday under the NSC' show that most of the fatal accidents occurredin Ing tearing\ to the up eisement.of the City s
    Turkish Premier rights But
    $100 Down Ismet looms the extra holiday danger Is met with extra statistical formulae The most dangerous the home states of the victims-half within ,
    Wood and Coun tlman
    met In Paris Robert
    I'be llrnkrm. (o-op hours for nearly two' holiday care. a The Council has made a detailed sln le hour of driving in the 1960 holiday 10 miles of home. But it does show that fatal Comb said the ommemutlon< ,
    Wednesday with French breakdown of the accidents that caused a traffic period? Between 1 and 2 arm the first full day accidents occurred most frequently during
    II' G. H. LUFF President Charles do Giulle. lie had no beating on theeau'ment'.sownership
    death toll of 442 in the 1960 Fourth of July holiday of the holiday. Second most dangerous hour evening hours, leaving on a trip and returning
    JI Ht-K. /Krai I hsUI: llrodrrSttwarl said Do Gaulle neither offerednor weekend The grim hour-byhour story of was 7 to 8 p.m. that same day. By studying home This Fourth of July the National problem, bee( sense the
    It. t:. & (llrr, <'<>. had been asked to mediate. guest house would N I bUilt net i Int
    f slaughter on the highway Is shown In the chart the chart you can determine what hours are Safety Council suggests you wear seat belts not over the easement blue,
    Ia 421 'tin{ St., None --- safest and But the chartdoesn't traffic laws don't drink if drive and
    above While the days of the week differ between most dangerous obey you On a roll.callote, ,
    I and soh i 'rl
    Phone M I 2-2270: Drlre Carefully And Live the 1964 and 1960 Fourth of July holiday show that of all those killed In the 1960 take it easy. It's cheap life Insurance. spatial approyingtheIarnroul' .

    -- d,it Ion, but It carried .t is Pun.i iKurherg

    11 | Combs, III,t Go ,,die*'
    Tallahassee Man LATE SPORTS St. Augustine SaysThey
    McDowell voted in t.rvr.,, Tie
    n OPEN Killed As Plane WIMBLEDON England (AP) $$3.3 Billion Foreign Aid Will Abide footers, alieadmre| <1 tot! the

    -Defending champion Marga. guest house will he rem,"I'd.
    Plunges In RiverLAKE ret Smith of Australia whipped Civil Rights LawST.

    SATURDAY CITY AP) A 24. Billle Jean Moffltt of Long JohnsonWASHINGTON . FU. -'P- VAKMNC' :
    ( AUGUSTINE (
    Hailed
    year.old Tallahassee man was Beach Calif., the last AmtrU Passage By The Ity's. top businessmen say History also ,'ompll'' ,iteii ti ,.
    can survivor, 63, 6<4 today and other' matter relent I 'in ru i
    d killed Wednesday when Ms sin. they will abide by the Ivll
    JULY 4th entered the women's singles final oil in the '
    nIp gle engine light plane crashedin (AP) Presi. the authorization\ follow.Wedneswy' rights bill if it is signed Into appeals hnmi.l l 01111.
    of the Wimbledon Tennis oil ,
    the Santa Fe River southwest dent Johnson has hailed House vote ended 10 approved the hoard's> din

    of here during a violent thun. Championships passage of a $3.3-bllllon foreignaid years of dominant Influence b\ law.They said Wediiesdjx they menrtation tint Mrs. Ah i hl, oi
    10 a.m. to 6 derstorm. Miss Smith aiming for an bill as a victory for Amerl. Passman over foreign aid fundsin did not like the !public\ i"I'om. see be granted ,i si-rle-- ,nl r \ n.
    p.m.DOFS unprecedented] clean sweep of chairmanof hooves no she i'in 11111 let .t i house
    Florida Highway Patrol dlv. can foreign policy and the the House He is modal Ions section, which wouldfori"
    the world's major singles titles on two lots the ., ,
    near ih untv
    sub.
    ers recovered the body of FrankW. American people. a !House Appropriations them to serve Negroes,
    1! ran through the match with apparent park on the
    Camblln Jr., shortly alter Final House action on the committee that handles foreign but wanted to restore racial eisten.hon m
    ease. She played calmly Naples BavTwenty ,
    dark. measure came late Wednesdayafter aid. harmony to the city
    !a Ills plane, on t flight plan paced her shots accurately and Rep. Otto E. Passman, D. But he pledged to "keep on "We're not capitulating to lots on Daiilord Street,
    from Tallahassee to Gainesville appeared able to score with La., was defeated In his effortsto fighting this monstrosity" and anybody" said James Drunk, each 40 by 84 feet were putted

    1. crashed where the river Inter. overhead shots whenever the make further cuts In the total asked "I don't think 9 times acting as spokesman for the too years before the Cltv's

    b sects U. S. 129. ball was within reach. which already had been reduced out of 10 Is too bad an average, businessmen. "We had, no zoning ordinance was adojitert, In
    Miss Moffltt, America's top $200 million from Johnson's original do you?" choice We want to do everything 1953.:; Under the ordlruin P, none

    k LIGGETT Faih year more shipping ton player since Darlene Hard "barebones" request for He had made a last effort to we can to get our ,torn of the lots are large enough to

    d through the locksal turned professional, was the $3.5 billion. The reduction was slice another $247 million from munlty back to normal, with build anything upon|
    nage passes In the
    last surviving American
    the smallest since the Korean the aid program and lost on a harmonious relations between Two adjoining lots owned In
    d Suult Ste Mane Mich then
    Wimbledon singles competition. War. 208.198 roll call vote. tares" Mrs. Olsen, when oinlilned< still
    through either the Panama or Chuck McKinley of San Antonio Johnson promptly Issued a fall short of the inli,Iniuin tot.sloe
    o Suez Canals despite the fact Tex., the defending men'schampion statement saying the House ac. -- The Chamber of Commercealso requirements SII, <'nun, II
    .
    that the navigation season at was eliminated "in line with the best passed a resolution backing approved stncialitim. < tion was
    : NAPLES SHOPPING CENTER MI 2-2136 Scranton Says the stand taken by the bust
    of .
    Sault Ste. Mane is only eight Wednesday by Fred Stolle Interests of America and the which In etfe> t establish i 1':.situ It-
    month out of 12. Australia 4.G, 10.8. 9.7, 6.4. nessmen.
    best Interests of the Free World. family zoning leqnlriMiii or'
    5I Gov. Farris Bryant, who
    "I congratulate the members 'Lifeless Spirit' named Tuesday a biracial "i-om. lots zoned C.slnclp i:inillv."This .
    -
    who backed a measure which mittee that prompted a truce In is ,i true hiiilshiSplnglei I '
    was realistically and honestly rl'm.II'I.'I\i I. Ml u i It
    the demonstrations that have
    conceived This is an Important Danger In GOP created not hv the rocked the city for a month,
    j victory for American foreign EUGENE, Ore. (AP) The said he was pulling out a con. property" hut hv the /onlnr onto
    IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT policy, and that means for every ante. It had been Republican party is in grave slderable part of the State Po.
    Her that. the
    re/onliiR proicrtv
    American citizen"Passage ; ),
    danger of being taken over by lire force. He didn't give a ,
    Was not the sol In
    e came on a 231.174 1111011. < tune It
    of "lifeless Penn. figure
    men spirit,
    would I 118 siotoni| "c "in i srI
    roll call vote, with 176 Demo.
    c
    crats and S3 Republicans votingIn sylvania Gov. William W. Scran. In Tallahassee Bryant told of C muting"
    ton told the Oregon GOP here his news conference Maj. Lee
    'favor of the measure. Op.
    today! Simmons was in charge of the
    posed 111 Republicans were 63 Democrats and In remarks prepared for the special police force and would Wallace Will Hack

    Oregon Republican convention release the officers as he saw

    which The provides appropriations the foreign measure aid Scranton seeking the GOP pres. fit. Any Party That lias'Southern'
    Identlal nomination contendedthe "My only directive was,"Bry.
    the
    was then sent to
    money party needs a "spirit of ex. ant said, "that he must see to Platform
    From BOA Senate, where the Foreign Rela. uberant forward.looking Repub. it that he can get them all backon MONTGOMLIU Ala ,Ap-'
    : ttons Committee is working on ,
    '
    foreign aid au. licanlsm. short notice if necessary. Alabama Gov. Gooin' i Wai.
    the President's
    HAVEN thorlzatlon request. This first "But instead," he declared, Bryant said he was not re. lace says he would jljdh ,vlth.

    1 ;:) step merely sets the ceiling on "we are at this very momentIn leasing the names of the mem. draw his name as a pn..tldpnlial

    p NAPLES foreign aid spending, Action on grave danger of turning our bers of the committee "becauseI candidate and throw hit supportto \
    party over to men who think ,
    - .-. concluded that they ought lobe either major party Hone
    1 ,, O they can perceive the future In kept secret. There Is a high would write a platform.. advantageous .
    a rear.vlew mirror-men who stale of tension over there. . to the South

    t: Soviets Get Sharp would replace the dead hand of It would be harmful to their Such a platform, In, said,
    THE NEW Democratic over centralizationwith work." would have to contain "a stand
    Reply On NATO the equally lifeless spirit of "They could not live there and for local government, the rl 'his

    donothlnglsm." not be subject to community' of the stales, repeal oi the civil
    Nuclear CriticismGENEVA Scranton told a newsman he tension if their Identities were
    rights btu, rights of the stair
    Mer Cruse Rover (AP) In a sharp is seeking "movable delegates"to known." to control their !schools, ->troni:
    ;
    reply to the Soviet Union, the help him In Ms presidentialbid. Bryant said he made no national defense and a I't i ick.
    United States said today the Nunber one objective Is to agreements with anybody In set. down on communism."

    planned Western Allies' multinational head off a first-ballot nomina. ting up the committee designed Wallace, a Democrat told a
    tlon of Arizona Sen. Barry Gold. .
    nuclear forces Is de. to help re-establish communications news conference Wednesday'
    water at the San Francisco con. between the races In St. elector
    \ signed only to protect Western that If his unpledged
    Europe against the Soviet nu. ventlon-only 11 days away. Augustine."I'm plan is successful, he will use
    r: Tho governor said Wednesday nut to tell St. Au.
    clear threat trying it to dicker with both parties in
    ct U.S. delegate William C, Fos. of a report that former Presi. gustlne how to solve its proU hopes of getting a platform( ao
    dent Dwight D. Eisenhower Icons said Bryant. "But I am
    ter defended the Western pro. ceptable to the South
    cr JIBINBOARDOUTBOARD Ject against a new Soviet at. would nominate him at the con. setting up the mechanics to He said he is confident that
    tack in the H.natlon disarmament ventlon "not that I know of." help them do so. The people his unpledged elector campaign
    r I talks Foster said a spreadof A close advisor of Scranton'i have been so far .apart there will keep both major parties

    nuclear weapons In the world said it is "possible but unlikely"that was no communication at all." from getting a majorlt ,of votes

    was the only alternative to the the general would nomln. "You can't do it from aboveor In the presidential election, thus

    seaborne nuclear force. ate Scranton. from the outside. The people giving him a tool to help controlthe
    60 HP Foster blamed the Soviet Direct backing by Elsenhow. have to want to do it." platform.BIT .

    Union for using "groundless po. er generally is considered to be Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
    the lever Scranton would needto whose Southern Christian Lead
    litlcal arguments against the nu. HAND THATDELIVERED
    clear force In the pursuit of Its move the movable delegateshe ership Conference sponsored the IT
    has referred to. Integration push, said no more
    longstanding aim to disrupt de. Sources close to Scranton sold are 1(1I1TKltn, (API) P, st t
    WILL BE ON DISPLAY fenslve arrangements of the mass demonstrations
    Wednesday' that the governor is fanned In St. Augustine unless min may ixpni I" In I I',i id \
    North Atlantic
    Treaty Organlza.
    tion." within 80 delegates of prevent.Ing the biracial committee falls ,>ys hut nui. h, leas k ,C "1 '

    AND DEMONSTRATION Soviet Deputy Foreign Minis Goldwater.a first.ballot nomination of SOUNDS GOOD deliver.1'i.stmnn HI,, hn I I ,

    ter Valerian A. Zorln declared About 180 ot the "moveallg" IIMI'l'i, ) 1IrI i,.k I h<. |"in_inti In,,Jinn marl, ,I ?n i ? ..t i,'", I. ,
    earlier that all! efforts for an
    delegates are counted as lean. too 11t.i, ,i- sii ,ik h"us,. rtdtrtis tech it, ,i lUll d i , iiht
    East.U est agreement to stop the
    spread of nuclear arms will ing tu Oold\\ ater, the Scranton "I"I II"" |1'n" i, "I i V ur niiili *t,ipi" .( ,
    ? ,and "druj I I ,
    break down unless the United sounet sold I In" "
    FRIDAY MORNING JULY 3rd
    States renounces the nuclear'

    force plan quickly
    Foster told the meeting that
    the force of ships armed with

    nuclear weapons Is being de.
    vised "to enable members of

    First Showing This Part Of Florida threats.NATO ;to. cope with a rang ,it

    "We believe that t,' 1t< at
    hundreds: of Soviet uclear. '
    a
    tipped' rockets are ana'.ed v At 4ea

    against Europe,'* he l "'un','ued' k

    Everyone is cordially invited to visit Boat Haven and see lion"effective in strategic European deterrence'artl cip..

    should N provided.

    the newest in outboard-inboard power boats. "The arrangements contenu Ylp e
    plated for the multinationalforce 7 a %
    ,
    rY
    would not increase the

    number ot independent nuclear

    weapon capabilities and are

    BOAT thus consistent with our objec. 4'r
    live of preventing the spread ,)I
    such capabilities"

    Demanding that the Western
    HAVEN nations !link the multlnati al
    I
    nuclear fore, Zorln declared;
    "Tht time of choice has came,

    for the Western powers: the i
    NAPLES I NATO members

    "U >ou reap) want a solutlt"; !
    of the problem- nd life imper.

    I-- atlvel demands Its speediest __
    It solution-jou must renounce the
    plan for the creation >>f the DESTINATION I I MOON second stage of *tl'"-C.nt.ul rocket I is io..er.d into

    t NATO multilateral i I. u <' l ear .mbt, a' NASA .ee n Rtitarch Center n CI.v.1a"d lot, s.v >jnmtntJl, ttlU. One

    .force." e it ltd w. ai t seact'.ft U moon to **eul ooMibl. attronaut ...d. '. ar....


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