Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00197
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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.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: July 3, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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M FlA.S.vnt.\\\ FRIDAY JULY 3, 1964 10 PACES 10 CENTS -- -40th' YEAR NUMBER. -. 8W-
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To CIA * * * * *

L !"Mmss Freedom DayProclamation

Say Miss Castro :

WHEREAS the tolling of the

1 Iberty Bell at Independence

Hall, Philadelphia, Pan at
2 o'clock in the afternoon of the

4th day of JUly, 1776, proclaimed -

Worked With U.S. I the signing of the Declara
tlon of Independence by fifty-

six patriots who! ,self-sacrifice by this decddlsplayedcourage

and devotion, and

WASHINGTON (AP) FidelCastro's Agency, sources said, made operation she which provided Itemsof said WHEREAS the adoption of
sister voluntarily supplied contact with Miss Castro about information are this historic document markedthe
contributed valua
valuable Information to four years ago, a relatively)' here to have birth of our country as a free

the U.S. Central Intelligence short time after Fidel Castro bl) to the Information development< about oi more the and independent nation, and

Agency for four years before had taken over full power In, complete of the Castro regimeand WHEREAS, it is fitting that
she fled Cuba for Cuba. She Is said to have cooperated activities ,
political asy. voluntarily conditions In Cuba under Its the anniversary of this great
with CIA contacts mm
lum In Mexico authoritative
should be observed -
Soviet-guided administration event appropriately
because of her strong
said today.
sources her brother's pol. The feeling among Informed in each year at the same
The sister, Juanita Castro opposition to
authorities here Is that Fidel moment throughout the United
Ruz, left Cuba openly June 20 icies.
fed up"with
on a scheduled airline flight for In the course of this prolonged and Raul finally "got States, andWIIEREAS
decided theslmllest
Juanita and of
Mexico City and the speculationIn the anniversary
handle her
way to the signing of the Declaration of
official Washington Is that
to let her leave the country. I
she had to have the help of at Ar and They could at least then deal Independence should be observed
least one of her powerful broth. with her more openly and blame each year by the ringing of bells
ers and probably the consent of this essentially family trouble throughout the United States in

both.Miss on the United States. v the afternoon of the 4th day of
Castro was generally Fidel Castro told reporters at July

known In Havana to be posed wror a Canadian Embassy receptionIn t NOW, THEREFORE, I,
to Prime Minister Fidel Castro
The Wednesday night -
Havana on ;; ARCHIE TURNER, By virtue of
and his brother, Raul, a trusted In Mex. .a
that the U.S. Embassy .. the authority vested In me as
aide. She was in fact an outspoken
critic of the regime By THE ASSOCIATED, PRESS Ico City had written a statement .. Mayor of the City of Naples,
: '
In Mexico City : '
which she has now publicly de. his sister his made regime. He denounced "Jnu.j".; ; Florida, do hereby proclaims-

nounced as a puppet of "Russi.an LONDON (AP) Prof. John attacking this as a "low and repugnant Iii" Town urday July 4, 1964 as DELLS
Imperialism." Yudkln, a noted British author. that Iran FOR FREEDOM DAY in the Cityof
The Central Intelligence Ity on, diet and nutrition, says procedure Florida and call
scends universally recognized Naples, upon
that high
Indicates a
evidence !a.
sugar Intake Increases the dan. limits." all citizens to make this day
meaningful displaying the Flag
of heart attacks.
NEA Will Vote ger Yudkln presented his views In "THANK YOU" notes are being penned by Mrs. with a barbecue put on by Sheriff E A. Doug of the United Slates; by public

the British Medical Journal Thelma lodges (I) and Miss Cindy King to con llendry and Naples Mayor Archie Turner to help and private prayers for God's

On DesegregationSEATTLE Lancet. Collins Sees tnbutois to the Junior Woman's Club anual Independence defray expenses. The fireworks display will be continued guidance In the ways of

Day fh'eworks;' display The backjnound fired from the pier at dusk "It's not too late for liberty and freedom)and by ring-

Wash. (AP)-Five WARSAW (AP)-The Communist scene was shot by Photographer Tom Me- other contributors to help us," Raid< bells chimes from 1:00
days today of backstage as the National maneuveringend Edu. Poland chiefs say of"growing Yugoslavia willing and His New Job Grath during last year's dis lay. The year's celebration 1961 chairman of the event. to ItOS or p.m. I, also call upon p.m.

cation Association takes a show. ness" of Western statesmen to will start nt 4 :30 p.m. in Cambier Park the press, radio and television

down vote on desegregation.The seek peaceful solutions to world to engage in appropriate] observance
problems plus "peaceful Inltlattves" As Tough One Safety Council of this all Important
6,172 official delegates Union have Parade Picnic Clemmer
of the Reports: day_ t know 1 can count on
will be asked to vote on a motion produced Important Soviet Am. Predicts Grim
Fireworks Set your cooperation,
that alUwhite teacher associations AP LeRoy
erlcan agreements WASHINGTON ( )
in 11 Southern states be Yugoslav President Tito and Collins Is used to tough Jobs, but For Immokalee Total For 4th ,
hand and seal of the
!given Just two years in whichto Polish party head WladyblawComulka he believes the new assignment set my Cityof
get well under way on Inte. expressed this view In given him by President Johnson Independence celebration County Building DY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Naples, on the 3rd day ot
gration with Negro .Ulsnr'lations. a joint communique Issued will be a "very tough one." in Immokalee Day Mlllb n* of American took to July, Nineteen hundred and six-
tomorrow un
motion, as an amendment Thursday as Tito new homo aft. "'I will do my best," he said gets the highway* today bent on a ty four,,,
The &>' with a parade through AOClI'i
.cr a slate visit. Tlwrsday after being named to way leiMroi. observance of the lonl'In.I.ndenee TUflNEtf.( o
to a 1eadllrllhtp.bponsor.d to be defeat.resolution head the new Community Relations themain section or'town at 11 '' ( Day weekendaway MAYOR I
Is expected 30 Ahead Of
ed but only after a verbal VATICAN CITY (AP) Vat. Services established by the a.m.works., and ends at with 8 a gala fire % 63Value from home. ATTLSTi:
battle which may extend into lean sources large Civil Rights law. pjr. The weather was not leal I for Ned S. Wilson,
the evening hours on this con. lay"a Collins, who Is stepping downas highway travel In about one.half Deputy City Clerk
will be built Inside
hall chairman of the National As. Participants In the parade be. of new construction li At this time In 1903, the Mal
ventlon-ending day. here has City for the Pope's general aud. sodatlon of Broadcasters, be. gin assembling at 10 a.m. The Collier County running 30 percent was $1,329,043. For the month of of the country because Hrerewas
not The been lengthy between segregationist fences now held In St. Peter's lleves he Is tackling "the great colorful annual event will move ahead of last year, accordIng June, 40 permits were Issued, era a threat of scattered show . . . .. .

on one hand and civil rights Basilica. est Issue of our time. Racial through the business section to to figures compiled by the representing estimated construe
proponents on the other. Most of discrimination, he laYs."Involv. Airport Park, and is scheduledto county building office tlon costs of $290,415. In June The National Safety Couiu
the delegates, Including many MOSCOW (AP) A portraitthat e* Urn well springs of our demo.cratlc end at 11:45. This office issues building 1963, the figure was 226142. estimated that more than 83 mil. FBI Probing
white teacher from the South Rembrandt painted ofhls, society." permits for all construction In Residential construction ac. lion motor vehicle will travel
believe that desegregation of the mother in 1628 has been foundin His first task, he said, assum. At 11:50 a flag raising cere- the county outside the corporal counts for more than half the 8.4 billion miles during the Dallas
state and local affiliates Is de. the storehouse of a monasteryIn ing Senate approval of his nomination !. mony will be held, followed at limit of Everglade and Na. June figure and more than half three.day observance of the hoi. Paper
slrable and Inevitable.The Kiev Komsomolskaya Prav. to the new post, will be noon by Introduction of distinguished pies. For theflntslxmonthlthl. of the six-months total. North Iday. This Is 300 million miles
debate has been on how da reported today.WIESBADEN "to develop a clear conceit, of & guests. William Price, year.Bulldlnr Official Carl Clem Naples led all areas In volumeof over the total travel during a For Diary Info
this can best be brought about. the work In line with the bill and president of the FvergladesImmokalee met has Issued $1,727,337 worthof construction In June and for nonhollday period of the same
Germany (AP) with the president's desire." Bank, principal speaker p rmUs.'Robbing'. the first half of 1904, but duringthe length. DALLAS Tex. (AP') FBI

-A police spokesman says West And the next chore, he believes of the affair, will be Intro- slx.month period developer Between 4SO and 530 persons agents visited the newsroom of
Automakers Ponder Germany has no chance of ex. will be to "develop a duced at IStlS Man'sService at Golden Gate and Marco Island may' lose their lives In trafficsci the Dallas Morning News about
staff and organization to get the p.m. have started to build In earnest. 30 minutes Thursday to begin
tradttlng Hans Walter Zech ''lents t' during the period that
Sharing Profits Nenntwlch, an escaped Nazi war Job accomplished with the ut. At 12:30 awards will be pre. Station Types of construction, June total started I at 0 p.m, local time and their Investigation of where the

Workers criminal reported in South Afri most efficiency." sented to winners of the bicycle: DALLAS, Tex. (AP-"They lx.month total: residential, will end at midnight Sunday, paper obtained Lee Harvey Os.
With Auto ca. The two countries have no When Collins was elected gov. contest, and then all will join are robbing me," a service sta $148,260, $974,743; duplexes, the council estimated wald's diary.
extradition treaty. ernor In 1954 he and his family lion man telephoned poUce $21,000, $73, 84: commercial, Manning C, Clements and
for a picnic in the park- {-"bring
DETROIT (AP) The u.tion' simply moved across the street. urgently. $60,000, $ 68,1146; hoteUmotel James Wood questioned E. M.
top automakers enjoying Their home, built In 1820by Mrs. your own basket" affair. The dispatcher taking the call $26,300, 33,300{ public works, Loose Women Vote Dealey, publisher, Joe M. Deal
record profits, pondered demands MIAMI (AP) Cuban exiles Collins' great grandfather, 1* located The afternoon program will be asked "with a knife or gun?" $ .OOO, $101,218; alterationMddl. ey, president, and Carl Freund
by the United Auto are organl/lng a "freedom across the street from the two softball "They're pushing me against lions, $16,000, $100,902, ml seel. Not To Lose Name and Hugh Ayneworth report.
highlighted by games.
march to Washington for a 73lH.
; laneous, $13,893, $
some Tallahas.
Workers Union today governor's mansion at the wall. They're taking all of era
will be
At 2 a played
:550,000;:; workers be given a share demonstration during the PanAmerican p.m., game A" my money," the man shrieked. Construction by areas June 'LOOSE, England (AP)-The The agents also wanted to de.
between "Class
of the earnings. foreign: minister con see.Similarly In Washington: no two teams. The first policeman at the total, slx.months total: North Na- women of Loose have declinedi ermine whether the News
feieme there Jut 21. great move will be necessary, The winner of this game will scene found agents of the Internal pies, "4.00, $104,602; East Na. change of name. (fanned to publish additional
Negotiations between the Organisers amid Iliev hoped| to then meet a team made up of $419,701, Immoka.lee .
for Collins has been In the capital Revenue Service In the pie, $12,000, The subject came up at a urination.
UAW and General Motors, Ford hive SO,000 Cllh..IIISlid Amerl. since he went to work foi prisoners from the Deep Lake of confiscating the $02,990, U 0.t66; eastern meeting Thursday of the Loose The Warren commission In.
and Chrysler were recessed raps In the minh" 19C1. rlson process county, $10,470, $ 8.720; Bonita Hold. President John
the broadcasters In early I I'! Camp man's books. Women's Institute, Mary restlgatlng F.
Thursday for the IndependenceDay Dr. Bertlu Feirer, memberofthe area, $10,000, $''.1148; Golden Ing, presiding. Kennedy's assassination asked

weekend. oiKanl/Ini ommlttee, said Gate, $2,393, $$120,387 Marco "It appears that there are for the FBI Investigation.
Talks will resume at Chrysler purpose Is to urge the foreign Island, $48, 500, $96,264, Isles suggestions that the village Last weekend the News print.
Monday, with CM and Ford returning ministers to enforce an Inter Set For Challenge And Test of Capri, $49,700, $123,369. should change to a less peculiar ed parts of a diary Oswald kept
to the bargaining table Amerl ,u part now' to allow "an lame," Mrs. Holding said luring his nearly three years In

Tuesday Negotiations at Amerl. extrao'onttnt'ntoll military force Loose Is In Kent and Its names the Soviet Union, and also a re.
can Motors open Wednesday. li the America." supposed to derive from sev. ported conversation between Os

Civil Bill RrNw rDUR oral stream which lose them. iald' slayer, Jack Ruby, and
Rights DRimsuuHMmm selves underground Thief Justice Earl Warren.
m 5' The women's Institute voted The News said It welcomed

r BIRJH MOHJH 17.3 to keep Loose. the Investigation.

r J Jr' If --

t I Is Law Of LandPepper c;< 1<4ph: ,",. ,

..- : : I F
.... WASHINGTON (API The even though a modest one *y But the government Is prepar. ,
rtMl right bill I* the law ot the Jul> 4th" declared Instructionsto Inr for Courtroom battles and .
I,!1' land today and civil rights Southern chapters of the Con. the Justice! Department soon
loot groups Immediate! began testIng gress of Racial Equality for will ask Congress for more
ir; whether Its sweeping pr(>. probing racial polities in place money to add more lawyers to .
vision against dlsrrlmlnatlor of public a.< ( ommodatlon its flvil/ rights divisir,
LE can break generation of ra ul: Official charged with enforr Ir his address on signing the
barriers In North and South. log the law are hoping for wide hill, broadcast by ra Three hours after the House spread voluntary compliance evislon, the President stressedthat
fmee sent the legislation to the White the law first relle on vol. "
'41If" President unary compliance t<, a hleve Its
House Thursday
: Johnson signed It with an a p. Only goal of striking down railalbarrler ; -
peal to all Americans to "Join In employment *" hoofs, : .

this effort to bring Justice. and voting public ar immodatlon w .
ttjj hope to all our people.' Florida Rep and federally aided t rograms,

i 'AHI" From the South came Indk4. The White House --eremonv -- '.

lions the new law's conctttu. To Vote Yes attended by civil right leader l1fII .
/ tlonallty will be quickly rhallenged and the Republican and Demo .

1 Mississippi Gov Paul WASHINGTON (AP) Only craft, leader who steered the
:' j" Johnson Cautioned that h* ex. one Florida l coner.ssman.Claude bill:I on Its long storm) passage

pert "*ome real trouble" when: Pepper of Miami voted through Congress climaxedmore !: ), ,, .. '
of effort beirun -'
!Negroes: seek to desegregate for the civil right bill Thursday. than a year : .
the late President JohnF.
accommodations In that All other Florida congressmen by "
public '
NEA Telephoto Deep South state were present and voted against Kennedy. '-4 \'f!!*'. ,,,, ..6. '
dental of
JOhnson said the
Hardly was the President's the bill which passed 289.126. ,
THRESHING IT OUT-Critical negotiations between the and equal treatment t
right "
signature dry before civil rights In Jacksonville, Rut I e d f e equal _, J United
Auto Workers and the Ford Motor Co. are underway to American because of
organizations announced plansto Pearson, president of the Flor. (NEA Telephoto)
Photo shows the company representatives in foreground the color of their skin can nc
Malcolm L. Denise vice president-labor relations see the If the doors law open of motels to Negroes Ida pressed chapter" hope of that the provisions NAACP, ex.of 1 I",,
Jfeft) and Manton M. Cummins director of the labor affairs theaters tatad\ \ the law trill meet with "Imme. "Our Constitution. the foundati Cuba go aboard an East German freighter In Dagenham Essex They were sold) to .
.-office (right On the other side of the table are Walter P been restaurant closed to them Aisle compliance' by all bus). n of our republic forbid It,' the blockaded Island by Leyland Motors In defiance of a U S, protest Shipping them

,r Reuther UAW president right( ) and Ken Bannon UAW "Be ready to make a start- Mines In Florida (C*.tiaod on page 10) aboard a Communist vessel avoids blacklisting regulations In American ports.LIBRARY .
director for Ford left). ,



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I I Wealth, Poverty Side-By-S.de! Plans CompleteFor

I Where Is Indonesia Going ? Jehovah*' Four-Day Meet YOUR CHURCHDIRECTORY I

Mr. Wallace End res, presiding

By EDWIN Q. WHITE + gee'eL conern in the seats of world minister of the Naples ,

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP- x g1 power. Recent developments in congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
Where is Indonesia going? The other parts of Southeast Asli- said today that plans Fl'LL GOSPEL FIRST ASSEMBLY

question It of concern to Washington and in Washington and Peking- have been completed for the COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD

and Moscow, London and overshadow the whole area. forthcoming four-day district Rn. Don Paul orr.' p.itb.o vHig" Peking. Indonesia find itself
U you ask an Indonesian-the caught up in may event that could convention scheduled In Jack Rev. Genre) *;{tyoleeaAiaiatant Sunday School 10 am

reply la apt to be something like upset the balance of even the lJonvll1e, Jul) 912. Pastor'' . Morning Worship 11 a.m.
thltt most agile. Convention officials have anno Dominion Dr.. Avalon Estates '
7:30 .
from Evening Worship : p m.
"We are a young country- unced that 13,000 persons South Naples
give us time." Florida and Georgia as well as Youth ServiceTuesdsy
Sunday School 1000 a.mMoining .
Vastly rich In resources and 21 other states, Canada, Puerto ; at 7:30 p.m.
with 103 million people scat ? F 4Ii Schuster, 91 Rico and the Bahamas are expected I Worship 11 am Mid.Week Service Thursday

tend over 3,000 Islands, Indo. to attend. The convention Sunday Evening7pm. at 7:30: p.m.
nests long has been regarded 'Flies' In His Is one of 37 that will be held \\H Piei Service' 7:30: p.m.

as a pivot to the future In this this year and It Is sponsored by GOSPEL niPTIST tllt'RCHP

part of the world. ,-i jrI the vxatchtower Bible and Tract CENTRAL 0. Box :!!U Naplet. Fin
With the end of World Warn Thomas Flyer BAPTIST CHIRCHNow
Society and the Jacksonville con E. r. Begird -
Indonesia began a struggle
lIIt.'pt'nr Masonic Temple
of Jehovah's wit Dumlnlon Rl. Avalon F. ttpi
against centuries of Dutch rule RENO, Nev, (AP) George gregations North On The Trail Fast Naples
and won Its Independence In s li Schuster doesn't drive anymore nesses.
1949. because, at 91, his eyes aren'tso Endres said all members of St'NDSFRMCES
Today widespread poverty Is sharp. But Schuster grinned the congregations are Invited to Ret Oscar MrCollum llil.U- School 10:00 a.m.

common In the midst of natural and gripped the wheel firmly as attend the convention Including Nm1iSemcti Morningom1ilp" 11:00 a.m1ininin.tr .

riches. he steered the old Thomas Fly. children. The program Is de- Sumla)' Sihool 10 ant Service' 7:00: p.mKenin .

"You must remember," saysan er on a little spin down a bid' signed to aid the entire family Worship Smiie 11 u.mHiblo <\\orthfp 8:00: p.m,

American resident, "that for road near Reno recently, In beneficial study God's Word, Chores .1:30!: p.m. WFD: EVENING SEPVniMo

years upon years the wealth of "It runs perfect," Schuster the Bible, and be able to better Evening Service 7::10 p.mIMMOK"LEE Stud)' andI'rny'r I
this country was drained off to still will Sor\lcp 7
beamed later. "It go perform Christian service In :10 pm
serve 400 families In Holland. 55 miles an hour." f'l"h' Prm'tlii8:15 pm.
They have made accomplishments The four.c)'Under, 60-horsepower their home congregations.Some MFTHODI CHUiril

here In little more than ..... auto was built in 1907 and of the delegates attend- I KIN I in'.IIVTIir.OAF
14 years. It will take time, but lfrirt was driven, coaxed, pulled and ing the convention are Mr. and HOT Rirhtrd JlD'II' TailorSUNDAY Fn' rop\i nil'urn
Indonesia must be given time." -- iMs( pushed virtually around the Mrs. Earl Olsman,hlr.and Mrs. Port Royal

Others disagree. They say world by Schuster and his E R. Robert Matthews and famllv.Mr. Morning! Worship 11:3(1: ( A 11 Hip KM' Richard T
there must be drastic changes, CAPITAL I STREET: : SCENEPeople: : swarm around, vendor along a main Thomas Auto Co. teammates In and Mrs. Tom Rose and family, Mindiu' School' (11:45 I: a.nt. i'siimliij' Servltp amhrrt

that patience and more time thoroughfare In Jakarta where everything from noodles to ralnhitt' It told The Indonesian' 1908 Clinton Mugaas, Mr. and Mrs Jr. Intermediate and Sr. n..t 1). ("oniiiHininn S n.m.

will continue a slide toward capital It caught In pressure created by an taiy'going put and the mon demanding future. The Flyer, with 35-year-old \Wallace Endres and family. )1.1".F.. 6:10 p.m. Fu: 'uiKVomlip, (')huithSli
complete economic ruin. Schuster at the helm, rolled Into A discourse baptism and Its F\fninir Worship 710: p.m.
on 'n| 1111.1 I S 'I'IIIUn.ItOIl
Despite government restrictions Paris July 30 that year after a TUFSDAMen't \ > : inn
and bureaucratic shackles, while The sites are only a few that it definitely Is not the con. He has so far successfully punishing 13,000.mlle trip to win meaning will be delivered on Fri Prayer Service 7 pm \\'t' liu"ndii)'

foreign firms are drawn to the blocks from the shell of the cern of Western powers. maintained a precarious power the New York-Parls auto race day, followed by Immersion at a Choir PinctUr. 8:00 pm holy (Communion I 0:10:: ( D.I"
wealth of Indonesia oil, rub British Embassy, burned by The United States, Britain and balance between the military sponsored by the New York local pool. WEDNESDAY lint)' DiK

ber, tin and minerals.The rioters last September In an most of the countries of the and the Communists, the coun Times and the Paris Matln. Midweek Piiixer Service, rmnmiinion, lit 1111.111.
back. anti-Malaysia frenzy. West are, In Indonesian terms, try's two centers of organized
Dutch are coming
Schuster chuckles as he re. .\.lulu \ (itil h'en. 7:10:: ( "pin
The British, most recent tar. In the city of Jakarta, a few old established forces conflict strength. Backing first one, then calls shoveling through snow rlUi' 'I' I'IIESIIYT'EItI \N
gets because of the antl-Malay television antennas sprout from with the new emerging forces. the other, Sukarno has made drifts across the United States, IIIKOI OP NVPIFs'

sia campaign, are trying to the sharply sloping red tile The new emerging forces, In In. himself leader In tact as well hitchhiking a steamer ride to EVERGLADES Ihlul ,\MSO. & Sixth SI I.

hang on. Americans are here, roofs There Is one channel, a doneslan terms, Include the SoViet as title. Alaska and back, chugging past COMMUNITY' niruni Rev. John \\, Slump

along with Germans-East and government station that broad. Union, Communist China, So tar, Sukarno has been able amazed Japanese and searching Her M. f,. Uborl.fr., pa.torS "Fonda: ,'h.,1:1(1\ : ( .
: n m
West, Communist Chinese, Aus. casts two or three hours at countries of the African-Asian to extend his Internal balancing for a new transmission some. nda.v Sihml id( a.m. smiu:
trallans, Indians and Japanese. night bloc, the Middle East and Latin act to Indonesia's role in the where In Russia. Morningornhlp' 11 nmIOPHANI : on SundayP.O .
Near the luxurious Hotel Indo. Most Indonesians tell you that America. Indonesia pictures East.West cold war. He has been Schuster was a test driver for 1 | : n msr

nesla, the Japanese, West Ger. where their country Is going Is Itself as a leader among these courted by both sides, taken aid the Thomas company of Buffalo e qte
mans and Australians are build. nobody's business but Indone. countries. from both, and threatened to N.Y., in 1908 when he tas. ) IIAI'TiST31ISSION ! \NNS TATHOIICIrl
Ing new embassies, Indicating 11'.. Displaying a fervent brand President Sukarno, who has swing about dramatically If chanced to chat with Montague e : 8t. & 10th Axe" So
they Intend to be around for a of nationalism, they emphasize almost unrestricted powers, has pushed too hard. Roberts, a Thomas official in Itrr Cljde Marlin Father Itrrnard I.. Ilirkn'
.launched Indonesia on the path Whether Indonesia approvesor !Smilajr School 10 a.momhip "Suiul.Ma'Hf I!-8.1011eekdnji (

. 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, July 3, 1964 of ao-callcd guided democracy. not, Us future course Is of New"He York asked City.me If I would gc 1 \\' SrivUtu' \\ ''j sun only
I 11 I a.m. and 1:30:
on the New York-Parls car with : t 1'.11I. f'onr.. ion : Sntnrdn)'
him as mechanic." Prater Meeting .I 11 n p.m. nnl 7 to 8 pm
MmwNimuMiutiiuiiiuuMnminmHinuiuniHiiiiimiuiiiHiiiuiiuiiiiH"" -.' _....... ..... IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUItlllllllllllllllllllllll' HIIIIIIIIUIt: They left New York City on Wednrndoye( nt 8 pmHOhOHHHFF NunlI'h.,1. : 'i n.,m, .

Feb. 12.Roberta. F ( onfrslrntity Class of
left the Thomas In ('hl'i tlan Doctrine

Cheyenne, Wyo., to meet racing ( : Mondaya :it "::30 p.m,
:4rc .9nvitcJ Mathewton, the Thomas dealerIn wAw Siimlnj School 10 a.in.
CorJia/w Colo. took the 1
Yo" .:: wheel.Denver Schuster, became, driver Morning Worship 11 un.1.ltC'O \nisi lUST!> NAPLES(lll'IH'IIhndowlnnn '

and team captain In San Fran. .\M. East: Nsplre|>
cisco. He'l the only survivor of l ('lit'Itril OF CiCII'! (Rev Ladies lUrjo. Paul orSIM

J the team. Ira I). llanrork aslor.
C uII"n1
Richards Roofing Service. I' ,....., ,.,,: f &4ttcnJ the lt Nrcf The designated route was Morning \\ '>r hip" 11 a.m.tlvening hi)' School III:oo) nm
....... H. :< by steamship to Valdez, Alaska, I
I I. |: Worship 7:15: .
II i pm ,
}.:'itJ' '" ". I I'.I' } 1 I I. iif11i11IIIjl1'Sunshine } for an Ice crossing of the Bering IO"lollllt'orlIi"' |> II:01)J a.MI, I
Hardware Training I ni >n 7:110 put, .
Siberia. That's the
Strait to why (
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"'Your Complete Ntrdwar.elore'I I ' ,I" f 0 1 .Ii I ."v il HI' II' oil. ,race started In ,winter. Cut theroute ,t.OOIHNI) MISSION! rumnir: tVnrnhip!| HfW; ) |11.11I.
''J." : "'" ; -U blll.lua' 1.> 4 'H ) S./ Ortr4'; ,"'G' 1'Olc ,,1 sill l' ....111Io.'.. .I iwps1, nffiiO I e. ;pea,,' VI marks anniversary: Paul off OF OUR $miniK . Wfdn'R.ln IWWI'.k' '
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Naples Rexelltt nM 1 01 liQi'r( .---- hull .Itdl: 'lays lu j..., fi/ "" :Schuster..an* 'tit i' 'crew1 H or two, his coronation with attend" : J Krt IIrhsrd'1.n: r larnherf! I I I' rrirj"M1'viivif 1 < i" -"7 *lrtn( \ : -

toO Mh Awe Si. \ drove'through Japan, crossed to, ante at solemn high Mass in : Vilnll Chair liarUte HIII I p.mNAPIFS .
, . 1If I *A A t Ii ..'" . n; Vladivostok, and headed out St Peter Basilica; NITNESSES
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Growing The Bank with of Niplo Naplei.' ...d'i?.; '""' nese Religious Mess; ges Contributed t ( To The Cause ol the 'Churchollowing ![ across The transmission Russia May 22.finally gave l Mntrdom! Hull 107th \\pnnrMinUdr I'AUK

Collier Count* Sipc .,49.0 and Community' by the LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSIN ESSES.Hartley's out in Russia Schuster tracked Gary Weier At Wallncr Pndrrii I HM'TISP, ('lI1mCIIIIf
M.mbtr l.O.l I I down one sent to him the other Bible Study Wed H p.mMmiMer Marian !EL: WaranerSun '
School 1 t"rl. 7:to .m. .lav' School 1 III( amM .
around the world from But. p
Variety falo. Grace Lutheran cnlF Meeting" M H:::to |"i.inPuhli .irnnitf Wirshlp, 11 out.Earning .
14 Ninth Slr..l, Smith I' The German Probe auto pi. \ (' Adilii's Sun. 5:10:: p.mWiiUh (: \\iii.
Bob's Pastry Shop t.t.+ e, ,r vt+ '"" "A""'' loted by Lt. Hans Koeppen, only Next 3 SundaysOn Town Slulv SIM II!: Iii I 1'1'11)1' Jt'l'lllllt Wed 7:10 p.mmtsr -
of the other five cars which
UCRx one
IIS Mh St., No. Ml I.J7I1
'f,.." Bkd Good. Da,ly" tt: i' t.UwNat,7 fr .rq I started, pulled Into Paris five 12 19th, and FIIcs'r rnuIS'I'IAN MF.TIIOIHS'I'C'lurltC..1
July ,
no/tnt cAatous' days ahead of Schuster. The Sundays ('III'lUll 01 NAI'IFS OP NAI'IFS

Naples Federal Savingsand 1; , + ., i Thomas was: declared the win. 26th services at Grace Lutheran Mandarin Dr oqiiinn Sande l HiNlvdiue" S. &: Fourth M
tr.yUAK Church will beconductedbyGary
Loan Association ati ,,, "Y a ttrrN CARpt.INA I ner on the basis of elapsed MinmlrrHet I'anlor: Rev Harry ('. 1'arham
Ml t.SIMJim'i "
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of and
} The battered old auto looked Weler Is the son Mr.
t "' I Sun Far: Wornhip Scrv nt 7 :10Siinilav \
G KiMe : :
'h"ClI| I 1I.a) .
( : \1,11I.C'hllt't'h
+ of 1165
w ; IJ I as If it was oily a step away Mrs. Leonard Hennings
Sunoco /
Fhml 0 45 .
: amJunioi
S : GCs. Servnp J II I am
d from th* junkyard, Schuster and In the
Eighth Avenue, North
Ou.rantnd Mufllert Intorni'iliiitc nn.1 I
Lifetime p I Imir l'rnt'I'f.dnrRiIIlY\ 7 :111
until But riarrah Reno :
Ml ban!!' or 11471 Nipln, fir. J says, fall will enter his second yearat Senior ltliwNhip| l .
IAIS4 auto collector, bought the Flyer \ e"|wr nrr ice I p.m. Sun > /pinPiayir
We Ow, lump. ARIlG Concordia Senior College at Meeting

tuP. Ovrr1! Nlw last lummf'r.Schuster Ft. Wayne, Ind., where he Is preparing Wln.lllay at 8 .
Naples Coin Laundry 9 t MiXSGfJ came to Reno. (Hlltril Or ('Illilsllitnimni p ni
tGd e I. forthe Lutheran ministry.
Speed QUI." Wlth.r. t> Patchwork r. p al r sSchister I Trill at 14th A\? N.
BOI Boy With Nhur+x: LI 'nu, made on the trip had been re* He has already completed three harli,.? heron: II. minister ST. LEO'SCATiIOI.IC
u.a Hwy 41 N. 4 Whitman Blvd, NT.YAD 'Twfr 1 + i placed and reinforced, appir years at Concordia Junior Col- Sunday cllunru
0,." !/shivers N. Neplet ft w,7p r ei3rr a > A ently at the Thomas factory bo lege In Concordla Mo., and one Iffll Building corner of
W. Hotrr. Owner" ot > TANA r 1 HU fore the car was used as the at the Ft. wayne Institution Bible study 10 a.HIMoinmif t.iilttin: :Street; and the Trail
: c'0 for New York. for the future worship 1 11 1 H.in.
Y Gythionr I pathfinder a His clrrlculum lionita Springs
Naples Furniture Como '' r:, > Seattle race.Major Includes two years at the Senior Evening nonhip 7:11I:: ) p.mW I alher Joseph E. lleiumimtSunil

N.. Tamlaml Trail i ,, I College and four years InSemln- * '-
BB Builders' Specialties cfl ary training at St. Louis beforehe ',U' ..tud Iv 1:111:: 11.111. onfesmoii: : friar to

Trail North MI t,21H eO ,>,eU yVUr' tf StoneGraduated "can be a candidate for ordination. "mdav' :MUHMHIMMOKM1E
Plywood Door Builder. HdweScnlnae The program of training GRIM: 1.1'THRU NlllRdl
Kuttwln D..ur Locke YIyG1t: '' ( OF NAPLESMivnuurl
n 1'1 a for the ministry Is ten years ) URSTIIVI'TISF
Cafeteria ' eltsetl From beyond high school graduation Synod ( IIIKmPaHturi
Lamplighter 1'. s. 41 and 12th A\t. No
Downtown US 41 Sot F Vveter Is spending the sum Kev I.. F. Daniel
4.Cornon Niplm.' Fla. USAR SchoolMajor mer vacation In Naples> with his I'tKtor 'A ..rohil'l1, a.m &: 7:31)IMMOKALEE::\ p.m.
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parents. .
C. A. Anderson .: William B. Stone, 1387 The Rev, George tc, Price, nnliiVhiiil It am. .
('jlllll' Suvlci 10 :III .
: a mII
'Interior A Enterlor ? n g. Marlin Drive, was among the 239 pastor ofG race Lutheran Church ,
P>'mtn! ( Decorating r . I. \ .. Reserve and National Guard of. Naples, will be on vacation In, ,>l>' f'''i"iituniun ( III Rfll OF .OP

Wtllp.(wring' ficers In the June 27 graduating Fleet. "Miiiliij' each| Mth, l'tlor.' Rer.' I O. I'. Ollmnim
... Jacksonville during these three
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das who have been on active Sunday School 10) a.mMorr'jr .
Neple. Florida weeks but will occupy the pulpitof '
duty at Ft. Leavenworth for the Grace; Luthe ran Church of that !111151!> (11111(11 OF ( HUNT W.rnhip, 11 n.m -
past two weeks to complete the (evening; : .
Marathon Dredging Corp. Hi:al phase of Instruction of the city on these three Sundays. ,SCIENTIST Worship, 7\11: p ni
Merino Conttruetlon and
Land Development five rear U.S. Army Reserve Ontriil Avenue at sib StreetSundae

Ml I-4HJ: Naples. Florida THE CHURCH FOR All . We me proud of our freedom . whether it be Schools associate command and Service 11 :00 am BONIT SPRING

freedom of speech freedom of n*! embh' (the ares general staff course. HenshawAt Sunday School 11:(00 urn ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Trail Builders Supply All FOR THE CHURCH This Is the eighth! year VS\R Roger \\'. han it freedom of the freedom of religion
) pies 01 Schools have used the facilities of lira Im:? Rnom 520 Park F'. Sunday School 10 a.m.
Company The chorea l' the irmlnl fi-U Of nil these, we ship : "Let freedom ling!"
Neplo' *. Florida, on earth fur the' building of chimeIn the Ft. Leavenworth college to 'Trinity'The )1')'1. \\t<\. Fn Morning Worship 11 a.m.
-- and food cttimuhlp.11U a itorehouM Freedom of religion Is not the piopeitv of the give the final two weeks of this 1 II n.m. to 1 p.m. Evening' Service 7:30: p.m,
West;Coast Furniture of ipirilual. v.lure. Withtatt'c.mpl.t I course. 10 a.m. services at the I l'I'II'erIeetlnr: Weo
.was, t''IIMI.' nrilhrr democracy clergy, but of all the people E\en schoolboys knows Officers enrolled In the course Episcopal ..: I.\sni7iXTIIFH.\: 7:30p.m.

III (th A.... So Interior N.plM, Fla are nor four civilmtlon: eounil' on muoni survive why, Tam ev ryprraun that the Constitution says so It guiuantees freedom have attended. 24 tuo.hour reserve Church Trlnlty-bythe-Cove, on Sunday, July 5 and <'HI Rfll OF MI'LFS CHURCH OF GOD
'- thotild atlrnd. vrvkT* rrfuInrly worship . freedom to honor God nccoid- dut) training sessions from ..
12, will be conducted by Roger AMoi ..r. 10th St A llth Ave, N.
Charles I R. LeBuff and the Church. Thry September to May each for
an: (II For euppnrt huown" uke (2)) For Ing/ to one's own contlc I' '. It'is: n precious i gift. five jean at US \R Schools sear near Henshaw of Naples and Virginia i mir I.\\M \: Bow' tlne Dr Rev David LuLu 1J

Cabinet Shop hlrchtldrm'rrkatliFauvrkr Ho'Oll worship i sONI' bii ine** '. That: you their homes During the summer Seminary, It has been announced. in the Moorlnrfl' Sunday School 10 am II
Furniture Repair of hie raranwrty.nd nation, (4> ( () Hirlind
Detail Cabinet* l..r: r D Fame v
nil that's God t Pia i': Choose over a four.)'ear period, they There will be no 8a.m. ser- Morning Worship 11 a.m
Ant quo Reproduction* For the sat. of the Church lu lt m"Hit worship, +ine( Sunda School Oam.
nutwlal i had tno. eek active dut vices on the dates. ant'elitlc: Service 7:30 p.m.M
4S 12th St Bo MI HSU DVwWndSnhIIp'I" church rrpi. the chinch to honor God with your fellow man . training periods at active Army) Rev Richard Lambert and Church Service 10:10 a.m. Tutwliiv Prayrr Meeting

Jimmie Gibbs 1e,11InddouBbl.daly. thinking: God for this wonderful pii\llepe For so posts In their. own Army' areas. family) are vacationing at Lake 7:30 p.m. "

PUiUnni' a Masonry Contractor often in other hinds. such worship is forbidden and The course may also be taken Junaluska, N.C. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday YPE 730; p.m. *

Phan. MI IIU ro outlawed Sundar U Ills day Make it YOldar! b system)' correspondence., the student Using completes this ._-- --- OF NAPLES I lnRGL.DiS: BAPTIST I tR*

Van Der Veer 28 subcourses each containing POP'S OUT OP THE MONEY IteT. Robert Mantis ptttor CHAPEL T

Music Center three) to nine lessons, and takes GARDEN CITY Kan. (AP) Sunday School 915 am, Pruort Rev. Erie C. Weldon td

I ,, txanlnatton as he completeseach Bob Jauard, president of the Sunday School 9 45 *
C.mpl.t.n.tructmn' DepartmantIn i 4 Cup'fillhlillm. 4' t t.rc"' f Morninj' Worship 10:30: a.m. : a.m.
ant n.um.nt ., .KwarAdv.AiaingServkwine. I i i.4! subcourse. city ichool board had told hid Training Union 8:30 p.m. Worship Services
"u N
SHEET MUSIC oerr. Stratburf.. Correspondence students must loft drink business and Will btw Evening Worship 730 p.m. 11 a.m. & 8 pm. to
14 tth st N. MIS attend the fifth.)'ear two.week active cn job when his eon. Bob
Sunday Monday Tuealay ll'ednssduy Thurwlay Friday Saturday duty training session at Ft. Jr., filled out a prt-enrollment WEDNESDAY Training Union 7 p.rn. x
> Acts Acts Ar 1 Aces GulutMnr 0alatiana }fe Leavanworth in order to get an form it school. Player Meeting 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 8pm.
6 11 4:1.12: l0tl>f : I ld:3T: J0 7t' Id 4:1.31 10:19breweltl : 1: associate command and general In a apace for listing his mat

Naples Laundry & staff course. diploma. ftthcr't occupation Bob Jr.. .

Cleaners, Inc. Constitution wrote" "tchool board ", nidenl." NOTF This directory will appear regularly each week leaf

teal am Ave i. MI fstasOne I The t S do Then at if it Will an tCier- the NEWS All churches. U the rouity are cried t. phoM It"'1)
not call for a political part thought h. added: "without rI"
Day Service AvailaHe these
write ID a.) iMtem. pay" .
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FriJay Jui, S, ]9<4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3rmmokalee

Harbor Variety Show, """""'
uMrwwx wwrww' acarrorrN

Dance Set For

ktf7 Bow Line Tahitian CoveA News I

variety chow and dance will y, pr.. BY MRS W. M. GARRETT

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'" be given tonight at 7:30 at the -
: Tahitian Cove Congress Inn. The Wedding bell will ting tor Mrijtuth Glidden assisted Mrs.

Phone! MI2.38J4 41( I !VI sh.;w and dance will be open to Miss Lola Ann Jernllan and Rich. Stone with the serving

teens and adults for $1.00. Ad. ard A. Bishop Friday, July 3, Judge Richard Stanley took bit
tope! all you Neapolitans filled course, stop It, please! They raw vance tickets are available at at 7:30 at the First Baptist mother, Mrs. Frank Stlllley,back

out and mailed the question won't hurt you, and they do a lot i JP the House of HUF1 and the Van Church. Rev. Price of Tarpon home to Auberndale, Saturday,

naire that Congressman Paul of good. Der Veer Music Center. Springs will perform the cere after she spent several weeks

Rogers had In the paper the past I am sure you will be gladto I Tomorrow night a dance will mony by randle.light After a with her son and family

few days. Also hope you helped know that Ray Williams Is be given for teens at the Tahitian honeymoon touring Florida, the All the friends; of Rev, and

out on the fireworks expen doing just fine and will be home, Cove.Hospital. couple will go. to Norfolk. Va.. to Mrs F.E. Thomas were sorry

ses. So few people do so much this week I believe. tr yet make their home until Mr. Bl*. to see them move from Immoka.

work each year, so that all of Jim and Esther Selvert are hop ends his service with the Ire They left for Cross City,
Navy. Both the bride.elect and Wednesday. Rev, Thomas will
us can enjoy a bang-up 4th. busy as beavers moving Into R ReportADMISSIONS
the prospective bridegroom are be pastor of the Church of God
Don't miss the barbecue at the their lovely new home In Sorrento
graduates with honors from Int. there, Rev. George Seller will
park, as I know our "Shurrf"puts Gardens. Jim has the fanciest mokalee
High School. be pastor of the Church of God
out Martin house In town It 6.25.. Thelma Jean Watkins
plenty of good food. ; Invitations are not being sent here. Mrs. Thomas's sister,
Shook hands wlthDr.JlmCralg not only has a porch but i rail Ann MacCulloueh, Mute Warren. In the Immokalee area. Friendsand Mrs. Dorothy Farley of West

while at the hospital Thursday. ing around It. It seems i nice G.Z6.Rtv. Robert Martin relatives of the families are Virginia helped them move to

Wished him and his cute daughter neighbor built It for him 6.27. Rena Robinson, Guy cordially' Invited to attend the Cross City. Mrs Thomas re.
Sachse Jessie Smith Dora Cre.
Barbara a safe and happy wedding A reception will\ follow ports that she helped them to

trip to Boise, Wyoming. I know WHAT'S MORE son.6.28Edward Schoenthaler the w.ddlngln the Fellowship Hall move to Immokalee also

there ire a great many people Guess I must have taken my Fred Stewart at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Brown and

here who recoil the days when Nasty Pills this morning as I 8.29Doris Conine Ruth Mr. and Mrs Shelly Carter children, Jonl, Jeanie, and Joe,
iNEA Telephoto went to Miami to attend the wed. are visiting with their parents,
Dr. Jim was ; 10 only doctor In have a couple of more gripes I MacKinnon.
town, and will miss them both. want to get off my chest. Ready? REALLY BARE.TOPPED-A trio of models draw stares as they take a few minutes of 6.30Ruth Kelly, Sara MaClung ding of their youngest son, Jack Mr. and Mrs Sidney Brown ofOrhol'pee

things such as this make us Twice ui the last few days I rest at a Parisian sidewalk _afe They are wearing tight,fitting false scalps' while rehearsing Vevelyn Robinson, Llirle Jerome son, at Notch Carter Side to Baptist Doith Church Carl., Simmons, and Mr.of Palm and Ham.Mrs.Joe .

realize how much we have grownIn have been In a long line of traffic will actually for have the presentation their heads of shaved.a new hair style creation. For the show s debut they Findley, Cora Campbell,WUUam June 27, at 7:30 p.m. \ recep. mock SId Is driving back and

such i short time.UNPLEASANT held to a crawl because of Buck. tiara followed at the home of the forth to his work lit the Bank

a huge, bulldozer on the high bride mother Mrs. Billie Carl. of Everglades.

way. All day these me-sters DISCHARGES son of Palm Springs, Fla. Aftera
SIGHT can anywhere they are needed 623 Earl Cameron Cor. short hone) moon at the Cold. FELLOWSHIPThe
You know by now, how proud go Has His in Sunby don Slmms, Lynn Daffron, Elaine en Strand In Miami Beach the
In any kind of terrain, but Baby Day young people of the First
I am of Naples, but while driving at night or early morning they Katulskl, Royce Miser, Thelma couple will go to Augusta, Ca. Methodist Church Immokalee,

along Gulf-Shore '!Blvd. I have to take up the whole road. Watkins, Gary Benfleld. Mr. Carter Is In the army and met at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Vernon Sweet
could believe When 6.26 Regina will be stationed at Ft. Cor. Mac
not Llttlefletd
my eyes on Friday
Why can't they pull over on the Alicia Hart ,. Young and baby boy, Mary Mor. don.
I saw several'lines of washing >> . for an eveiUoe! of recreation and
side, especially when traffic 1s ii.J'o. tls Rev Robert Martin.
strung our among the trees at Beduty Editor > ....- ,: After returning! from" ktiaml(, fellQwsltt.) | The Umax; of the
are of. the.newer. motel apartments heavy. Another thing, they cannot Newspaper Enterprise Assn, " ,,, """' ..: ,. \? 6.27 M Rita Bennett, Vera Ba. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.. evening tame When the, grogqf.made ,
ker Irene Sockaloskl.
keep In a line which Carter
straight '
enjoyed their ?
f .\v overnight a circle around a
on the boulevard. Now, makes It bad to try and pass Baby can be happy or miserable ' 'l \ ,, 6.28- Irma Bucklln, 1'.arISt.. guests, Mr. ant) Mrs. Gus Cle. fire with Rev. Howe \blinking cami
large signs being put up them. this summer Sunburnand : 1-4 ; venson. mnns, Mr. and Mrs, John Men'k. the devotion for the evening

are, to my way of thinking a This second gripe I have told heat rash are his worst 'a ;._ ; 6.29George Smith, Dora ling :and Mr. and Mrs Joe Potts, The following tounft: (wople .it.tendedt .

sign of true progress, but sucha you about before, but now that enemies. But the little oneneedn't ". 'fi ,J" t Creason, William Buck, John all of Port RliheFla, Mimes Janice Hlnson,
sight as this can only be spend all day in the : Charlton. Visiting with then
mother Mrs Barbara Pelmenlerltayetta Pen-
school Is out It Is getting worse. M.f \ ..$
"regress." Why, If I did that That Is the number of children house lie can enjoy the out ( 6.30Fred Stewart, Rena Minnie Wall at Christian Acres land, Bernadette Black, Sue Adams .
here In Land Yacht Hir- doors-Just be cautious. " "t, Robinson, Doris Corzlne, and last week were Mrs.
Naples kids who ride W Bobble Karen Skinner, Linda Lit.
well older
as as : baby rl.
ber, there would be a nice corner fi Wright and two daughters, VIr. tlefleld also Rust Smith, Larry:
lot for rent, next morning their motor bikes and bicycleson A baby should weight 10 ', : ginia ailS, Elaine; and Mrs Billy Williams, Dennis Howe, PaulBarber
the sidewalks at a speed that pounds before he Is exposedto BIRTHS Wiggins and three children
Seems have Mac Llnvllle Tim. Wayne PemiliiRton and
good to -
back home and know Is dangerous not only to small the sun. At this weight, '' Jf , 6.24 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry my, Teny and Genie of Moore Rev. and Mrs Richard Howe,
to children, but to oldsters like he'll be plump enough to >t Young, baby boy. Haven Karla and Allegro
Cleo Wood Is out and feeling better me who cannot jump out of their withstand slight but sudden 6.29. Mr and Mrs. Jack Cor. All young people of the church

Had a card from Hilda way fast enough. Today, I had temperature changes. To pro ,< -' zinc, baby girl.Auxiliary. BIRTIIDA\ PARTY who missed this evening ,ire III.

and Fred Valantln from Port to ask four boys to move their tect his eyes face the top of j < .... Mrs Gene Stone honored her vlted to the next gathering which

Arthur, Ontario. They are enjoying bikes so 1 could get In the Pub- his head to the sun. In this \' #J ;<::;" ,\ daughter Mary, with a party on will I* lit the first Methodist

a trip around Lake Superior llx Market.. They had laid them position his eyebrows will "' \ ... '' ... <'> Card her third birthday at her home parsonage: ; Friday evening,July 3.
shield his eyes. \ .vy > Saturday afternoon Games were
but they will be .. ,,
say ..
all down In front of the door t. glad to see us all this winter. .,.. .- Party July 15thThe played and everyone had lots of
It must be about time for Dill and were busy throwing'cherry Start with two minutes' exposure .w5 ,.Ji. t fun. Birthday take and imn.h 1 JUKI. U NUNpttllM) Id lIlV
bombs on the walk. a day, divided equally vk second summer luncheonand were served Those nttemlinp lIIu..I,1 mill dunk ,brown NiigirpniniK
and Barbara Tuck to be back. I just can't believe they don't between back side and top card party sponsored by were Rutlile Allen, Cindy, and up the Ilivi nf iiiiimilhnkril

Will be glad to see them, but have a home with at least a driveway side. Add two minutes each the Naples Community Hospital Tommy GIId
at the same time will be very to play in so they won't day until you work up to 30 Auxiliary will be held 12 noon, and Jimmy Hall Mr. Stone, Dnv ihiv we lu,uiiil In M hum ,put

sorry to see the Deckers leave, block the entrance-way to the minutes. Never go beyond Wednesday, July 15, at the Ta. Id and Susie Stone, Mrs, Phlllla and tuppitl with crumbled liil'llv

as we have really enjoyed having public. Did you ever try to get this time even though baby hit Luncheons Ian Cove Restaurant.will be selected Hall, Mrs Ramona Thorny and 'I.'k..1 huerst.
them with us. may now have an even tan.
In the Beach Theater
Store or ? from the restaurant menu and
This crazy mixed up weather. Well I've said It and 11m glad, Most dangerous is sunninghim there will be a $1.00 donation for
I left home In near the water wherehe
a pouring rain so now I can sign off for this card playing. Proceeds from the NAPLES
can get a painful burn FLY .. -
and I the
golf course
got donations to the Naples Com.
time, by wishing you all a real from the sun's reflecting go
the sun was out long enough to -or
happy and safe 4th. Take care. off the water and sand. Even munity Hospital. .-- MIAMI
play SIn holesbutthenit really P.S. As Sunday was our anniversary under the protective shade of -- Mrs.Donald Jones.chairman of
made up for lost time. the card party, asks that lu.ltafurnl.h Njw
the gang at brunch had an umbrella Baby can burn. Baby likes the sun In small doses.! After hit sunbath dab
Whoever Is killing the blue their own cards. For reservations
cards and plenty of "snide" remarks And Jus trips to the beach or } Year Round Daily\: Schedule
snakes the exposed areas with a baking soda solution. This help >hon. MI .1-6501..
racer on ., Big CypressWhen which (Ken, and I enjoyed, swimming'poolslde'' must be .j \
but brief soothe Us skin and also takes Ihe?tch out of heat rash that I Neples To Ml.mr! "
when Juanlta\ carpe! serge : .. n I
you want to cook s us, she had two beat up periwinkles While suns watch his worrisome summer problem REGIONAL THEATEkS 7:45: AM I 1li30 AM. 3.45 P.M.

thrifty chuck beef teak on (the In a shot glass ( which Is face. If baby he becomes, flushed, This solution helps soothe the biness and his diaper steel to DALLAS (tAP) -. The aims and! Miami To Naples'

outdoor grill, marinate' the meal a glass used to measure an ounce he's hot, And overheatingcauses skin and takes the itch out prevent chafing. techniques bring developed by
in French dre..m for about an of liquid I believe as well as a 900:> AM 2,15
) P.M. 500
prickly heat. Never of any heat rash he may have. fsr-(rom'Hrosdwy theater group : : P.M.
hour; then apply unlle"'nn d meat card with "Happy 75th" on It. I sun Him in a carriage or bassinet Dry him thoroughly and When you diaper him, are to be explained thin summer
I tenderizer Uitording to munu shudder to think what this old because the sides cutoff powder liberally where chub- put him in a playpen under I to New Zealand sudiences \by (Connection and (enervation to any pulnt In the work

raClur r'a direction) and you'n world would be like without good the cooling air Lay him shady tree with perhaps a Paul Haker. director of the NAPLES AIRLINESNaples

ready to go. friends. on a pad in his outdoor play mosquito netting to protect DMI|| Thtal i Center

pen with just his diaper on. him from Insect bites.. Watch The Down Under seminars sre Airport Concourse 3 Miami Airport
Rubber or plastic pants worn Ing the leaves flutter will I being given under Stile Depart
MI 2-S4S4 NR 44111
at sunning time hold heat. keep him amused before his ,vent ,
nap auspice City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Coreen

As an after.sunbath refresher

dab areas exposedto
sun with a baking soda

solution or give him a quick
w dip in a bathinette full of

tepid water laced with three STATEMENT OF CONDITION

e tablespoons of baking soda


Khrushchev Cook For OffersTo Next FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NAPLES

Kon-Tiki JauntOSLO

Norway (AP) Soviet
Premier Khrushchev offered to. Naples, FloridaAT
day to go alone on the nextKon.Tlkl
TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs
expedition as a cook.
''1 must have that offer In Wesley G. Henson 1209 Frank ..

writing," said Thor Heyerdahl, Vthlttmsn Blvd, announce the CLOSE OF BUSINESS
t the Norwegian explorer who led upcoming marriage of their 1''< ;:.' JUNE 30 1964

the expedition across the Pa. daughter Nancy Louise, to
clftc on a balsa wood raft ,
9 James Gerald Marshall, son of
"I had not been planning
Mr and Mrs. Gordon Marshall
another raft expedition, He>
errtahl told Khrushchev, "but I of Avalon Estates. The wedding RESOURCESCash

I am willing to organ/e! one on and reception will take place at

that rendition." the Emmanuel 1 Lutheran Churchat and Due from Banks ___.._.._$1,392,744.00

Khrushchev nodded gravely 2 p.m. on July 25 r U. S. Government Bonds ________. 3,416,165.58
"1 am willing to sail with you
on the raft," he said, "but I County and Municipal Bonds 565010.17

warn you that I am not a good Federal Reserve Bank Stock __ 16,050.00

cook." 2 From NaplesOn Loans and Discounts ____ . 3,518,518.08
"That doesn't matt.r"lIe'er.dahl '

replied, "just bring along Overdrafts ___ _ __ 177.45

lots of Russian caviar.'' Stetson Banking House -. 174,809.97
Khrushchev his wife and oth.cc -
of Ms Furniture and Fixtures __ __. 41,74705
members party 111. Honor RollTwo
sperted Heyerdahl raft at a Other Resources .. ... 17,82475

museum just outside Oslo stu Mr, and Mrs. Donald S. Avis "Khrushchev was surprising!
among! the 19W unl, i';..1J".H
well-informed about the expedition at Stetson University who have TOTAL RESOURCES .$9,143.04705

I ," Ile>derdahl sail later. been named to the honor it
Bryant AvisIMMOKALEE Two million copies of Heyer- for courses taken during; the
dahl's book about his expeditionhave spring trimester. The
Soviet In honor
been sold In the
Lighted tapers peel with white carnations tied Ion. 1'0111. comprised of undergrade
ales who
In branched candleabra cast n with white ribbon ending with a lo. Heyerdahl and five other B. .arn.II grade less than

soft glow at the wedding of Miss vers knot. Mrs. Ralph Hendry, adventurers drifted on the raft
The two students Miss LIABILITIES
Vivian Bryant and Donald S.Arls sister of the bride, was matron across 4,300 miles of the Pacific were
Carol Jean
at p.m.TuesdayIntheChurch of honor. She was attired In a from Peru to Polynesia. The Garland, daughter of .
Of God. Rev. F.E. Thomas twc-plece suit of deep pink satin 101 day voyage In 1947 was Dr. and Mr. J.C. Garland of :; Deposits .__$$8,196,002.1
SSI !Cth St. and
conducted the double-ring cere with a pink Tell. She carried made to prove a theory that N., ThomasA. Capital Stock __ 350,000.00
Plpher of Mr. ani
son Mrs
mony beneath an arch of palm a bouquet of white mums tied aboriginal peoples from South
Cole R. PIpher of Caribbean Surplus ______ 190,000.00
flanked by baskets of pink:: and with a pink ribbon. Jimmy How. Afiierlra; could have populate Gardens

white gladioli and mums Phil ell was best man. the PacUl Island by sailing Undivided Profits. _____ ,..,..,__ 47,910.12

Thomas, organist, and Mrs. Hubert A miniature bridal couple top. there on ba'sa raft. 'BAREFOOT' MYRNA Reserves __ ___ 239,13".82
Wright, soloist, presenteda ped the tiored S wedding cake which '
program of nuptial music. centered lace-covered
The bride Is the daughter of table a. a reception given by the --- tops the tan of "Barefoot In the ---

Mr. and Mrs Pascal Bryant Sr. bride's parents at the church an. VUbslerf Other Book Park" which open* a > ...rIonaollr ,.",
TOTAL LIABILITIES ..._._._ .$9,143,047.05
of Immokale Mr. Avis l b t: e nex. Fink hibiscus an.* '.,.. et... The popular "Blue.Backeda .t he Central City, ('010., >;.'t

son of Mr. and Mr, D.L. Arts cored the tb.e. M. i . *L. " M compiled bv festival July
of Jacksonville. Thomas attended the brtrl', Noah. : >" ,,' "II"I.. I I"" in the care Member Federal Reserve System
I ; .
Given in marriage by hei bock. ;he two-volume ",n' '" "' .o..i Arck Member Federal Deposit: insurance Corporationl
father, the bride was attired. In for a wedding trip, the bride Dictionary of the Kavuht >, : nU Kun",rd B" wrir Im .!,< "" :
a reel-length gown of white changed to a blue linen suit wish + whath Pauls Twill., who It Bejinun's >
lace with a lace Jacket featuring white accessories.Ou iagf> 4ts! speller wife, will join the company. "i Id about 100 million copti"a when a", work the
thrrnjuirter length sleeves.Her of town guests were Mr. completes In
shoulder*length veil of silk lllus. a, 1 Mrs D.L. Avis, sister Ana, t cmtun holds the recordi movie. "In Harm'y"T>ie
Am .. ..iI.tlm"l !
Ion was !MId by a cluster of flow. 11'P rr; of Jacksonville, and I icturee iei'if
& .
n tor, a ,h'" ,,.. ,,
era She carried a white Bible tOpe V' 'n P 'rfT l




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THE IDEA MART on 'Suitcase Bomb

P, .,. hrWork ForceBY
(o ettt Ntm 4W 'Iv i : j, i -


FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1964 .. Ih Washington Correspondent
Newspaper Jnterprlsessn.:

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I It Is The LawThe WASIIINGTON-tNEAI-Underground i nuclear .b
rapidly In the United and t ,
halo progressed 80
be possible to dc
Americans of all races and creeds that "\lithin a rt'w years"nuclear/It should weapon that could be ( 1: I

signing yesterday of the civil of rights which not even the Supreme a in IIlrotihlma-maanitude d suitcase

fights law by President Johnson does Court is authorized to take away. // It now seem likely. in fact. that the suitcase bombs ,
the Hiroshima[ m,
not, as some are prone to believe, mean However, the unconstitutionality of bo mud much more powerful than

hat life in the United States will im those provisions of the law should be Sonic scientists(, speculate in terms of very powerful su.t
bombs indeed.
mediately undergo a drastic change. Asa determined in our courts not by indi These bombs! could be smuggled Into the United State b,.

matter of fact, little change will be viduals or groups through force or coercion auntThey: could be placed In strategic locations-In or
the White (House, key defense Induslrt' .
noticed in most areas mar the Pentagon
locations In big cities such as New Park,
It is not likely that hordes of Negroeswill Merely the belief, whether it be ours (and hlcago at .strategic Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Dallas.

immediately start patronizing heretofore or someone else's, that these two pro. ,,. o3r.o. These bombs could be wired with a timer mechanism .-ito

segregated restaurants, hotels, soda visions are unconstitutional does not f. OTNE t 5 go off in hours, days weeks or years. Timer techniquare -
bombs set for 10
fountains, barber shops, etc. Certainlythere necessarily make it so There are many :; hence now would theoretically off( within so precise 20 to 30 that minutes of the time year the

will be some instances where who believe, and |just as sincerely, that i\1.. i were set for go

"tests" will be made by individuals they are constitutional. It will take time, S \ Or these bombs could be rigged so they could be set I to:

not because they particularly! need or and a great deal of patience on the part ;i; \ \ ht blow on coded signal from ships 2,000 miles away.

want the services involved, but merelyto of all Americans, to determine which of Because such suitcase bombs could be planted close til,

if the civil law really does the two lines of is their targets and would not have the inherent inaccuracies
see rights thought correct. of intercontinental ballistic missiles, these small weapo;:

work As of yesterday, the civil rights act ;,,.
Two sections of the new law are, we became the law of the land It behoovesall key targets as would the much larger Minuteman missile I

believe, unconstitutional and deprive free Americans to act accordingly fired from thousands of miles away.

THE DLVLLOPMFNT of underground testing in both the

United States and the Soviet Union has progressed much

I '.' ;: .: <:" Wings Of Understanding ) ; ..:. faster than even i Its most ardent advocates would have pre,

, dieted two years ago.

..:' .... :. .:: : ?excess Reports received by the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament .
'. lies ports capable speeds ,ift' Agency indicate the Russians have an active, well.dev .
.The'worlds greatest danger 1,500 miles an hour and *he .air traveler eloped\ program of underground testing.

the fact that human beings have never flying from East to West across time If the treaty between the United State and the Soviet

succeeded in becoming the most rationalof zones will find that he reaches his des. tttoK Union to ban nuclear testing In the atmosphere (since signed
creatures. It remains to fight witha .. . . .."" '. ..". by many nations) was Intended to slow the nuclear arms
easy don't tination ahead of His departure time. .: .: ':,' !" :;" f: '" '. race between the two countries, it has not succeeded

stranger whose viewpoint you Cost remains the only barrier to world It now appears that nuclear weapon development In the

understand and whose interests may be travel and this barrier is being broken BARBS United States and Russia will push ahead at a more rapid

different In the long run the peace of down. The Best of BoyleBY rate than before the treaty was signed.

the world must be founded on the mu- K\ HAL COO IRAN
Florida and other states that cater to IT IS NOW FEASIBLE to test nuclear weapons larger than
tual acquaintance of its people. And in vacationers will be well advised to keepin HAL BOYLE Going without stockings In the Mmuteman and Polaris underground Within the next
bringing this familiarity to ever greater mind that will ------- the summer is popular with fix years or so it should be possible to test weapons under.
soon they even moreso some women even if it Isn't ground that are comparable in size to the Atlas 1CBM
numbers of people, the jet plane Is the than now be competing for the tour. NEW YORK (AP)-In 100,000 welcoming din from other shipsIn expensive. It is to interpret mathematically how test results
work horse of all time. .miles at sea Capt. George Clan the harbor.
1st dollar countries around the would to somewhat larger than are actually
against cy has never been out of sightof She cost $850,000, is 155 feet // don't know whatIOU're apply weapons
Six hundred mile an hour speedsmean world the Statue of Liberty. long, and will carry 1,037 pas. you driving at a policeman tested. I If this "extrapolation" is not carried too far, this

that time no longer limits travel. As friends and commercial ties In In the last 17 years he has sengers. According to FrancisJ. will be glad to felll/ou. can be done with a reasonable amount of accuracy.
A working in Chicago finds made 40,000 round trips from Barry, Circle Lines I>resl. With this in mind, it is now likely that by 1970 the United
secretary other countries and the experience of Battery Park to the statue, and dent, she Is the largest vesselof A Toledo girl with a 2. States and Russia should be able to run tests that would
that most of her two weeks vacation may "one world" become the province of brought more than 10 million her type built in this countryin month-old sister can speak give relatively accurate information on five and megaton

just as easily be spent in India as Indiana the tourists to see her. 33 years. warheads and bombs.
and not the few real
Just over the horizon are jet trans many peace He even met aboard! his ship Some tourist attractions here, i r KITTY This new rash of testing will mean much more effective
will become possible, -and later married-the such as the Woolworth Tower, 0-- .t' ICBMs and tactical battlefield nuclear weapons.
daughter of the National Park the Flatiron building and
Service superintendent who Grant's Tomb, have waved and
caret for the Statue of Liberty. waned In favor. But the popu. t
But Capt. Clancy has never larlty of the Statue of Libertyhas
Others been Inside the monument him. Increased with the passageof five 1 languages: English The World TodayBy
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS time. French, Italian Russian and 1

self."I've never had a chance," Recently from 850,000 to 900,. baby. JAMES MARLOWE

explained the cheery little Irish 000 people have come to see her Associated Press News Analyst
skipper. "As soon as I get each year. That figure Is ex. lit strange how people --
there, I have to turn around and peeled to rise to at least one cant remember 'a phone
come back. I'll do It when I million annually during the New number' from, the fcpofc{ ? to WASHINGTpN (AP) While he did Kennedy.The .

retire." York Wo jd'a r.alepeTODAY OJhd the?,dial "andpJtg, / r, V* .i Republicans: scramble, around: ,. President's most colorfulaccess
i But they great copper ladywtth'the wrong person seeUftg"ldlltl and tormenting so tar, perhaps his most
4 tJrch remains a dom themselves in their fight ovei a Impressive one, ida been the
rY inant Interest In the U.yeu.old nominee, President Johnson is foreign aid program which for
pilot's life. He feels that In a quietly building a record to vears has always been cut far
way he "owns a piece" of lier. IN WASHINGTONBY wrap around their necks. below the figure the President
One of his most cherished pos. He isn't saying much about it asked Johnson asked $3.1 bll

sessions U a email piece> of now and probably won't say a lion.
metal cut from the statue' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Word Until--- -after.__ the..-_ Democratic Always the biggest foreign aid
base during renovation work convention nominates him late ax.man has been Rep. Otto

several years ago. WASHINGTON (AP) In the Miss Adams told a House Gov. in August and the presidential Passman, Louisiana Democrat
And he never tires of watching news from Washington ernment Operations subcommlt. campaign begins. For Instance, last year Kennedy
emotional reactions of Then when asked for $4.5 billion and got
the his the Republicans
WASHINGTON (AP) The tee she Intends to convince those
passengers on viewing the great Senate Foreign Relations Com. who hold the halves and other begin heckling him with chargesof only $3 billion when Passmanand

monument that has symbolized mlttee cut a mere $50 million current coins In hopes of profit Inadequacies and deficiencies others were through.
American freedom to BO he hit This year, by some magic, the
many from what President Johnson "that the market will be satur. can them with his record.
millions of arriving immi By then it should be spellbound Passman was left
requested and then approved ated, and that hoarding rldlc very good,
grants. Thursday by a 13.3 vote a for. ulous because there soon will be at least on domestic legislation immobilized and steaming when
"Some of them break into elgn aid authorization of $3,466,. no shortage." and his success with Congress the House voted to let Johnson
tears those from latest have $3.3 billion, or only $200
especially 700,000.The One of the best ways, she The part of the record
';/' foreign countries," he said. bill moves next to the said, would be to continue the was added Thursday night as he million less than he requested.

"Many of them kneel and kiss Senate floor where Sen. Wayne I !964 date on coins beyond this signed the new civil rights law,
the earth around the statue. Morse DOre. will his the strongest In almost a cen.
renew jwr. She said she believes thata tna ttc
Some take a bit of earth with efforts for drastic ruts. Morse 1792 law requiring annual tury.The .

"" f them." and Sens. Russell B. Long, D. dates "must be suspended tem. Republicans, as he said, Jy
This Saturday-the Fourth of La., and John J. Williams, R. porarllv." voted for It overwhelmingly, too.
< July marks the 80th anniversary Del., voted against the bill in WASHINGTON (AP) The But the passage of this strong
of the acceptance of the measure is one more exampleof
'4H.I3.Ulud: l 4HS-4J-S1T rqunllh. plraaur of year company at the mar.rlite committee. Senate Constitutional Rights y
ol thrlr daughter, :t.U.UJ l to 432-64-171 .' statue as a gift of the French WASHINGTON (AP) The subcommittee Is Inquiring Into how Congress has respondedto
people. mint had no way to keep Ken. complaints about the screening his requests to give him what
Proud as a bantam rooster, nedy half.dollars out of the of federal job applicants. he wants as he wants it.
and Capt. Clancy will be at the hands ofulators Chairman The biggest previous examplewas
Coal Director Sam J. Ervin Jr.
Apjialachin ,
) helm today. of a spanking new Eva Adams said Thursday D.N.C., said Thursday that com. the $ll.S-billion tax-cut bill
vessel, "Miss Circle Line," as passed earlier this year, It was
but she is
Only a few hours before a House subcomirutte clear plants during the rest (trca l'\e\ as she makes her inaugural trip determined to tor. plaints have been received that the biggest tax cut in history.
pedo for students
hopes a prof. college
seeking Jobs insecurity
completed iU hearing on the rapidly at it has during the past ten out to Liberty Island amid a It.SOLUTION. There have been some other
AtomicEnergy posts 'are solicited to
Appalachian Recovery bill the jar, coal will be in deep trouble long examples.And .
reveal the
Commission predicted that with. .. most Intimate as.
before the turn of the centurv ... ,:'::.." :. .' cf their there are more to come.
in 3S yean atomic fuels would replace ,,"',' ., :" '".,' pects f'l'rsonailives and Since he has
coal in American plants producing electricity For Appalachia, where economic dependence are asked to evaluate the ade. no opposition for

The ilgmflcanre here Is obIons on roal ha s placed a large ll'IttI"i"i l- c.AAOII.RtP'UTtOVAT: quacy of their own parents." the Democratic nomination he ... . .
111 Ip : : 1 can spend his time working in -r " '' -
For while the Appalachian] Recovery part in the current' depression' of many ADOn15wADCD the and
Program mutt be shaped to meet the regions, the dangers of such a dev'flop-] 'l1JRDLE presidency on Congressuntil Daniel Defoe's Robinson
next month's
convention In
pressing needs of the present rather ment are olnioui Trice competition \ IA.PAc.otATIc : Atlantic Crusoe was partly Inspired
than conditions that may retail u hu already forced mechanization of the I (;rt.1I r. I"' :lJ.lIrl" :. CABALACAA10:. .. This is City. advantage the Re. by the adventures of Alex
yeas from now, no long-rang Appalachian coat mine, with the resulting drop in \ l'rCI'UllllulI :H :\'1(0111t 1 TAnISY. publican nominee can't ander Selkirk, a Scottish
development plan can safety. ignore employment It has slso spaiked in 7;' Ih''r \ .11 ;Jb ())1tivdr rTTC enjoy, sailor who lived alone with
T t L 1 C: p c whoever he turns out to be. Hewon't
the probable future of coal. regions: where the method l If feasible, a ;27; ('lu.e the barest of necessities from
shift to strip-mining, which not only II \rolh 'I. EnllII . .otL.tS.TO'W have a White House tea
srd : 1704 until
1709 Juan
The AEC announcement should ] CLA RIG 1 ERRCANTON .I r Bill ord to point to and he and his on
employs few men but denude and destros Troop
come at no shock Nine years ago it the land at a frightening rate I iJ punt\ 01 jt"iiuluhllj : :, ,. AROAR party will have to think up fault of Fernandez Island, due west
warned that nuclear fuels] would replace to find as they along. Valparaiso, Chile. How
coal 'and other fossil fuels' by As a result the coal-n>tning mtlrmicf c "..IfIll..1IIloIl.mol ATTUnE ROUGE go ever, Selkirk was not shipwrecked -

the turn of the century Pwtwar experience Appalachia are almost without ex. U \ jl Itoidur DCLPCR ASSCS says... And at this moment the Re. lie had a dispute
has shown that coal was in for ceptlon, in critical trouble. needing 1m* U .ip silt H Ihlruc.( < publicans themselves do not with the captain of his ship
an increasingly tough time a* a competitive mediate help not only for the peoplebut l U old.rI I 3N.'rutkd/ : OF YfSTERDAY PUZZLE = seem to know whether the and was put ashore on the

fuel before nuclear fuels becamefactor for the land on which they depend :17 I tl pod lIl\"urtI 46llii.1 u' i II.Ir..r party will be split wide open by island at his own request.
a Thirty ago it supplied If Increamng competition forces a more is .lluudl J9 their very art of picking a can.
years ,,,,,
I i lh
1':1uln..r,11: flap 47; Fig: n\ir "i in4t T. l .
more that half the nation energy: today rapid twitch to strip and auger mining, 4 l dldatt to put up against John. : locr< td' Sritamk
V.iu IU.IK 1IIIIk.< "
it 11 |
these problem could multiply faster .hhr They
son meet
it supplies less than a fourth. Since July 13 In San
the war It han lost moll of its sales to than the goernment present plan forreiosen .1lI r.1oIliUII U I dretlll I 44 Si| ,ir Francisco. 0 .

its three biggest prewar m.rkt'I'r.llro.d. of the area could operate. spots r..oIdlnltll Hi .ill! In person or on the telephone, QUICK QUIZ
.. steamships and domestic fur. Certainly. the AEC. punches holts : r IIrn"h H t'h..II"I i 1I |il\\\ lnbt.* Johnson, who was In Congress
nacet While the nation demand for In the argument of th
energy was more than doubled, the demand who have. argued, like John U Lewis, 1011 U1.1'11\ pusm H/ \llddllili.nJ&r. twisting th* arms and bending of the Ocala National
for coal was static. that .....pr.l.rhl.nomle health 9 Uwnu I the earl of the members of
The one big customer which has Increased could be restored b*' restoring coal production I Z J 4 ?1 s. r a n 'a 10l,>. (louse and Senate to get whathe Forest A-Sand pine. In fact, thisis
Its demand for coal and whore through curbs on competitive Ifs wants Those around him
'S t.ntrdp the concentrated
1/ only large
fuels Coal continue to power generating ; [ : say he never stops.
increating purchases have sparked the may IH Sulni. \ stand of sand pine In the
recent coal comeback Is the very which the AEC now says will . a major switch to nuclear fuel* costs will not bt a hAndicap. This T e & quire congress to come back
the electricity-producing Industry Already may Increase the feasibility of building 'f'J'J'r': ;. : W +gi'ais- KkP'r after the Republican conven. Q-Which it the largest (living

plants at great distances from coordinated hydroelectric dams and lC l II ... lion nd work perhaps right up ) rodent
coal supplies are finding nuclear power steam plant. in connection with water- ib 1 .10'" toI. .. time the Democratic con.ventio A-The capybara of South
plants competitive with those poweredby control) project In Appalachia, and by % :J /.4 a "" Rout. ;, starts America. It reaches I lengthof

coal And if the industry can reduceits the time coal disappears from steam ill '1'1'| > , uit,4 He "n't always successful in 3 feet and sometimes
plants government research find !7 13 r9 l'l/ 1'//. gettinr what weighs as much as 80 pounds.
coats in may he
per-kllowatt production nu. % ';: / "'....- .. wants.
new wale of utilizing it* many properties .,. K H M I Ir.uJ' I IU Smart drw ia wear scat u e"' . ,Ill l-oeram o*
U : m 11* 'or the aged looks Q--For how long did the
15,.: fir the being It wotiM t* ru-i I even |lt t. "' .. Just *, American withstand
time doomed
. this fault In us I fin'. .'.J.O.: )0 'l'h oJ" H' ., this year as it
The error of oir: t;j* dlrocti our lOll' to base unc-rante iscotery plies I '/' :_ Yh p., '' truli k x- r.l ,.'11l. Yuu can die all through! President KannH assault by the enemy on COT
mind on present fuel p tteni> A new fuel& ofZ 4J If \I ..11..1.. itt Mto{ i ..iC'ious accKfen in s administration. Johnson regidor*
What j:ror leads must err, 0, age it mvinint. and the impllcn'tmw of ;.0 II"" front of your home IS welt! M nil" oven let It out of the A-On May 0, 1942 Gen
then conclude thu net day for the Appalachian! refi .4 i .I : e. .17; til.""" I 'oj miles away from home Seatbelts .,)',$'. W.). and Means Com. Jonathan Wainwright surrendered -
full of ,'r maKe the passage of meaningful 'a1 uint to t :t' ,
are Corregidor
Minds iw". -d by yes "dmn' '' save lives, App U, lan Recovery plan" mere eO't'ft- 4' "oJ 1 " ned for
airmi 150
turpitiKJo.'! I J I 4 (F i n Rep 'Mibur i days.Qtbt .
SJ.4'IA tl.,. i evf'r. Tf/ ? ner-Jv'W r L.....--'-. .- .:: y& 4 'I'r"1 , Cern rat ''s N.e.p x I...."".. .___:
I'u" f .' '
rf-oo. .-.-- -b )

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Fresh Idea from Spain : Hardness Product Gave of Wood NameTo Pierced Hardboard

Hardboard ,Is hard board II ': .1
This widely adaptable build n(

Courtyard in HomeBy material Department according of Commerce ti. a V report S I Finds Multiple Uses

Is made from wotxl which
his been reduced to rte individual 1 v r. ,aga
bade wood flberi and then n
AP Newifeature BROWN reformed under heat and prf. J
Writer sure by a predominantly natural HOME & GARDEN

If I olumbus and his bind in the wood, lignin

"I11r\I had Muck around + s i H Is used for hundreds of dif
fl'r"nt purposes. the report t con.
'lhl >e patti, we might now tmucs. "where a combination of

I'l living in Spanish-st atn'ngth, hardness, density and Tr.daJul; )' .t, 1961 COLLIER rot'S1SEWS 5
infirm surface It required "
'cs with walled-in

...+.' surds And it wouldn't have 1924 Hardboard and Scat produced was developed commercially In 1i ON THE vl

I".t'n" had at all I .a wI In I9M Today modern t' I \ ->-'>

hr.Ides the lord-of-the-manor hardboard plant Is a multi mil. ,.r: II (I r I Jn

1 h < 'l"ig it can give to the owner \lion,dollar investment requiring I ji ou t: wIf \

'i ''he smallest plot of land a hlihly skilled engineers and tech.mrrans -
I for successful operation.
u oiled courtyard la what I ANDY taNG
Just I r Each the domestic Industry

Amiri<.an families need to keep :'j" Jk' . 1 spends millions of dollars In Alf conditioning continues to make inroads ml ,' til.

humans in or out whichever research and development directed list of things \niemjns belicxcare necemti! II'

more desirable. toward the creation of new their homes
Such an area was observed eM- markets department reportsFIXIT .
at the Spanish Pavilion at the 1 Prospective home bu\ers i are beginning to efhiuidI: ! i

New York World'a Fair whereIn 1 air conditioning. along with Midi other, matters at l I"cjvantages k

outer restaurant was planned lion, anting, room sites and $ !

within walls. There Is nothing ; la>','uts. It hasn't vet become

much to the tiny spot, one of all-i)utportent i t, but there are

three eating places in the fabuus some home" builder* who think : of including a > enn' :11

building. But it has atmosihere TIP that, some >eare hence, purchasers cooling system i in their honor-: ( ,Rill ttuKK P \ u.s| uai. window, .I lid k

tranquility and a !bright will look askance at a Combining the healing r \ ,i I. b a iJi ig an dl'l1"< >n. In I'a '
rasa< that is contagious, all for hou-i hich, IB not aircondiUorud i-
sp ,
the with the cooling equip em h M u ah, :
price of a cinder block.ucc or. at the leant, preparedfor
favor The Long 1 IrlIr.l t
\i covered wall and a fewg a central air conditioner at gaming II 1f1'" II
Climate Control Council i<>',mi>
+ r ioniums. a later time. This belief la reoInf'rt.d
out that the costlieat ingndi ""t
The yard, about 30 feet by aurveva which indicate
square, is enclosed by three that air conditioning ranks of a central nr conditioning svof (
tem is the network' dui ts in: : :
wulla about 10-fcet high withan }: high house* ivea' Stittle : ;
among preferences '
.I: uteri .1
which Cllrrth ,
entrance on the fourth wall .. __ lt77 SGa !
-"- I. =- remodeling an existing !
and dehunudweJ, t IMI Coun.i I () : '
into the building The cindenblock home and that families ,
walls are coated with OUTER COURTYARD, as it could appear in a private i already living In air-conditioned chairman Joseph! I I"I..I I I ,ck ..n' iii, !:; : !i !t*
r'.1 I Juxto'rk =
r- that if propwiv si
bright white stucco in hone w houses ::: ; :
a rough, = give high percentage m already in plan then II"". t;.; : I! !
textured finish Spanish clay In e'' rr? ratings to such: advantage a" =" '
pots grouped a la built nf t II") : (
house an put ;;;: '
A row of bright red geraniums comer. reduction of dust' in the air and air heating avatem., th :;i; t'
seems to be growing right out Some variation of tnis court allergy relief, along with the warm a
Hardboard homeowner will not' have n ::
of the wall at about the eight- yard idea could fit into almost major expected exact of cool ear u' ;'
spend about 2OUO extra for aseparate :
foot level. But this cheerful bit any architectural scheme It is comfort.mdow. when ? ;

of charm, it develops, was accomplished a delightful outdoor riming on / % and wall air conditioners cooling system ,.jF
hi decides to make the addi 4
by framing the area place for the family and a good EnhancesExteriors and window and attic lion His, toot then will run ,>! -
at that point with metal lathe, play-plate for small children fans, are now playing definite
shout allIt1\1) for the purchaseand t. eI
and lining it with a copper and teen-agera any time. It's CUp It role in keeping millions of homes, Installation of inuchincry. ::.t

trough for the plants Stucco just the right place for a summer It's best to clip the little cool. Generally, their purpose. i e ttlititililltw ; .IC'

was then put over lathe and party. tufts or "sprouts' that pro- la to cool a part of the house The National IU-tter Heating- '::;left!

cmderblock. Though it would be particularly Ai trude above the surface of where they are mom needed, although Cooling Council says that engi- w ;ifrS; ; :;

The floor is large two-foot useful in any area which with the purchase of a a floor covering with a pairof some units or combination fleets have Llevel"I'elImel!'

aquarea of precut unpainted :lacks backyard privacy, where new automobile, most home shears. Don t, under any of units are designed, for of systems so thitt air c concrete lawn meets lawn, aa in developments buyers must face the eventualfact circumstances pull them complete cooling coverage More Honing can be installed\ in .tot

it is made-to-order for of resale value. However out.gether and more, however, builders are type house regardleaa ol tits

Overhead, a yellow and white contemporary houses Color it permanent the acquisition of discovering the selling ad- kind of healing a>sicm used

wide-etriped canvas lies flat pink, blue, yellow or whatever a new home may appear to w

The canvas can be rolled back outside, or keep it all white, be at the time for the delighted

when desired. The yellow and inaide and out. purchasers, this major
white If the aquared-off effect aeema investment may not be the
picks up the sunshine Will 4
Flag Lollipops '
perfectly and illuminates the too modern for one'a houae, the culmination of all their housing Spark July I'
dreams and needs.
yard brightly, but not dazzlingly wall could be embellished on
At fortunes and families I I
picking up reflection from top with masonry trimmings., H' Itl' )G
chance, you must realistically ""
the bright white walls. American-style. Arches, curves
look forward to the day when
An eye-catching decorativenote and peaked designs in finishing may well put your house on the th ? 1 I DIMDI of pier.cd lurdnoard 're uI Us u Jim,. g Ir, I

are the tinaja, enormous pieces could do the trick. market u large one room apartment. The wall m in lu

To protect the considerable Investment 15 niches I IBy
: apart creating linage! : urea msiJi Ih, Ii
your represents,

Woman's Toucb Can Transform no matter, you what need your to choose circumstances location A VIVIAN BROWNAP An"lh"r'ttl" .trip i" 1
Newtfeoturet Writer I
site, plan, style and materials 1Al1AN aver U a liniiigi a'I" '
wisely. A view Is not so r Yon can liven U room pushed undo, fnM' al"..o',,' I

Important aa sound constructionand with window way, permit! .n, in i I... ,
Routine Project into MasterpieceWomen's llvablllty when It comes to an cillumim d> mg ih,',' "
reselling your home.Appearance treatment and Jt l.rllliYf
or loI..rllll unit I I' 'I i It '
Counts loucl'c-s lo I ;
permit nfonj night
eathetic sense could be put to good use The outside appearance of your I
house for deal fringe' space lllleriof\de." 4 'U'; rbUimust. lit stud ,"
can count .
a great ,
a man is planning +
some project indooii pr outdoors alao On. way to b* sure that a ,. 'Uiuu I Ire\! Mil a I low did, I tjiir.ini ,. )1..1 inly half "I I ,, I ISII

But try to get him to listen. home will retain Its'rood<< ,lock r fiiaa f e i 1'1\0' own niie-roum, I-Rupcd II lluow! advIse". "0"" i

The man is so full of logarithms, levels and plumb over the years is to select a iliirlment in achieve lust l Nihhn II WIWl'lllHlll .gOIHl f." I h.

lines, that he'll pay no attention to a good suggestion tough, durable, weather-realstnt retain. .red In lemon 1"/i "

that could give a project a touch aiding material easy to maintain x.rs II,' used pli-rved hufdlMiurd. UK ,,nale which i r' r II', ,
of and'lnexpensive to reflnlih. made l lI iiih a wall nest 'In ihiAuolhvrdi I. ,',,
beauty she wanted. Then she act her th malenal' urigmally
Exterior siding of hardboard ,
If he ia planning a porch, he goal. She measured the area and In horizontal or vertical applications ., I < used us -.hinter dmirx. IheneP ", ",alllc' '"'''', .

la planning it wood-wiae and divided the 20 by 10 fool apace combines well with other .me, IN are ivuiluhle In a number wan i ,irri.Johlnngpi ,in,, hvI "J" ". .

conaINc on.wile. When hia wife into S spaces of 5 by 5 feet, figuring materials. Its"psintabllity be. ?. t ilixitns ,ffrring vuriuun do iihardhiMiid ".,, "llell"I I "
,I. ,
thinks of that porch, ahe thinks she'd do one area each cause of Its smooth hard, knot. 1I'e..I f visibility, pending on i. il n"
and Khudi \Ii,"in .IId, h... k I
of it 'grain-free rtat.-produces
as an accessory to the tire parsed! imtlern.At ,
day.She a* pulls Miall, w in"i 1.1.. v
house a good looking finish that will
that should be aa in tune used a herringbone pattern windows he used three
with eta main part as dress ..c.cnsoriea -rows of parallel lines with last longer between paint jobs. panel vertically and panel couple of scraps ""d ,
A whole family of new hardboard (hem lo Ihd shad". (II I
are with a wardrobe adjacent rowe slanting in the urns" thi lop to frame hand-
sidings, such as lap, thinks a better idea '
>niglu i
She ia interested In color and reverse direction. She chose the tome ulnae yellow ahaditN, One
grooved striated and board
and .,
I screw thetnt" the nulxlals hu: :
\ furnishings and how the porch la pattern because when shined and batten have been developed recently panel ran dnwn a window that .

going to look as part of the darkened it would be an especially : for the construction In "mass twice UK Urge an the one

troche glamorous I and coollookingfloor du.try.I'r adinlning H no that the effect

Women can be helpful, too, in for a screen porch. "'I, Engineered 11I11II of three windnwa all the To

suggestions shout landscaping Another woman managed to They have been engineered slime wise DisgniwDorinrr

patios and walks They have dreas up a drab path at the rear precisely for the purpose and '- In another area of the room,

more time than men to devote to of her house with pebbles and have been styled to retain all FlAG LOl.LIPOI'S can! be ,onioili-d: al home Iii the advantage of hardboard
plan, A man gets an idea and other small atones the found on without sacrificing the decorative divider-vintage unit by milking A room that ha dhtraitln

he doe an't want to both er Improving the beach. values of traditional siding- ,By FRANK ECK water will melt the yrup Put alt' .1\I?" (C'''r Ihe J I 12'inh the panels a double width jigs and jags in It

on it. If it ia workable, he goes All winter long she had gone products AP Newafeoturet Sports Editor thermometer and candy coated clltlll 'IS ed in these direction with I ** inches of space betweenand structural layout ,in be

ahead with the project. But when to a beach a few miles from her Manufactured of tempered IIIN: FLAG spoon. too. In boiling water the hnl i floe "will be 41 I 2 by J a panel (hat .scans into a made to look writ pr pot

a woman gear an idea, she ia home. Tilled baskets with beautiful hardboard to better withstand lollipops appeared imhis.I i (irt.....v full lightly with. liirago area with .shelves the Honed with the right kind

likely to exhaust all poaaibili- stones and carried them to moisture and drainage, this material at our house, some youngvisitors FLAG FROSTING hotter, I'Irse cutter on greased risen created hy the siotunt' of wullpuprr Takr for instance

ties before making the ultimate her houae where she put them in has been factorytreatedso got a big bung out of Mix I tablespoon water Into I surfa t nun up side ol' fix) divider m used III an office +nnd! a dormer Vo', ran

deciaion. Men laugh at how large canvas lid and stored that It will not split, splinter them. cup confectioners sugar until around uurl, 1 'i" make a neat dining area The storage will give it uniformity with small

women change their minds, but a them in the garage Her husbandand check to or the crack worst even weather when exposed . How did they happen A friend smooth If needed, add extra <111111"110 'hdpr uirefully, slip was attached to huruonlalwonden gpometrlcs or all over floral

woman strives for perfection by other men in the neighborhood conditions of ours, giving a group of Cadet water, drop by drop to make consistency full .id cutter HI, vim have a boards on the floor and patterns.

hashing and until she her Girl Scouts some cooking lea- in put through decorating diamond shaprd fill mold, Make the |) IK
rehashing laughed at "pebble- Many of the wide variety of al ceiling. 'IIK may Keep away from anyt) hln{
la convinced that she ia on the picking" as they called it. hardboard sidings come from son, asked the youngster Iub. Use to pipe stripe onto 17 more m., Ms I To uc foil. pul nn hinge or hung any other that has a big figure In a

right track Men haven't time to When she waa ready, she dug the factory with a prime coat whether they would enjoy (learning Flag Lollipop. Make additional e.'nllmltII" tear each. length! way widely separated repeat It

hear women out and they consider down several inches along the on faces and edges and with the to make hard candy or use leftover fronting off when 'it i Is 4 I 12mche' wide, !>hral.! ,.'II apartment, IK largeso will be dlmcult to hang ,md

th.1 kind cogitation a bole 15-foot path, filled it with sand back side sealed, ready for a "Do you really mean you know and tint pale blue; use to pip a and dmdi 1 length into four equal he created other mnragi will add to the chopped
how '"* up
One man was all act to lay a and placed her colorful atone In finish coat to make 1 'Ilipop-; the blue field onto each flag LolliP piens, ) with a .skewer, make a area with the panel board by look of the room
Quick and Easy Scouts chorused.
brick terrace at the aide of his it. She then put prepared dry Panels for horizontal application Our friend "P. "hole in rash. fill. timid foe' invertIng squaring nut corners,

house with the idea of screeningit cement mix over it, and lightly are It feet long, which lesson with forthwith gave the I"llir'''p nick. Pie hole -
In next year. Whet hia wife sprinkled it with water This makes their application quick great success, when shoul he ride, ili" <.e to the h.t-
w* told her H I \G I 101 I 11I'PI' \IOI.DSI
inquired what pattern he plannedto washed the cement off the pebblea. and easy. Various widths. five we thought it wouldhe turn ni the mold, and |IUIII slightly.. "
fun to make the I IMiKh roll Inndim! aluminum
use, the man almost nipped. Tilling in the cracks nicely, ten or twelve Inches are available lollipops in tn on side, sit mine of the point V Gaper vtW _
It was enough just to get the and what a lovely path she had''! flag shape, she worked out the Ml !Few .1 high-living.,, make "hole A

bricks into the ground, he told The only regret she says, i la For more modern exterior treat-. following ingenious directions ltitlr or mdrgarmeIkon.njshaped, next ', an end pmnt, for. In...
menu, there man-sized 4 by* ( inolne cutter
her. So she offered to do the job that she hadn't taken time to are flying nag, snake hole next t<> u '
II foot panels designed for 'vertical 1 I J inches meu.u.lthe I long
if ahe could have carte blanche match up color and make a application without waste aide point Insert! stick mlftuld EVERY

Happy to farm out the backbreaking pretty design "sort of like a Choice of textured surfaces for LAO LOLLIPOPS I J Iia'pnp winch thick v" il\ ,is parallel one side
slicks I
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chore, he put in the beaded Indian belt, she said contemporary effects Is broad . i ."
sand and wooden frame for her. The belated thought drove her a Moat common are panels groovedat I cup light com yrup .1,1, cut into (i >r t-nuhlengths \ staff.

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Dieringer Lead r-t -- --- T 1 Will BravesBe

e $ I

Firecracker 400 LineupDAYTONA MovingTo

BEACH (AP) speed, broke the old Flrecrack.

With cooperation from the er qualifying record of 166.003 Atlanta ?
weather the field for Saturday m.p.he.et In 1963 by Robert
$63,000 Firecracker 400 mile Johnson of Ronda, N.C. But It E'a

stock car race will be organized was well below the 174.910 m.p.. _report MILWAUKEE is making the(AP-Another rounds that . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ..
at Daytona International Speed. h. turned In by Paul Goldsmithof
way today. Munster, Ind., here In February the Milwaukee Brave will shift I
The starting lineup behind d r t'I to Atlanta for the 1983!! season, 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, July 3, 1964 !
pole winners Darel Dieringer "That was the best five miles and club President John Mo
and Jim Paschal was to be de.< I've run here," said Dieringer. ' I Hale has refused to say uncon.
termlned In two 60.mlla races, "And It Is the first time I've Ir .' 1 L i'I' dlttonally that the National
the first to start at II a.m. The had the pole for any distance League team will remain in Diddel HonoredIn
two winner get choice second race. There are a lot of cars Milwaukee next year.
row spots and $1,000 each. Others here faster than mine, but I'm McHale did repeat that "we're
will earn berths in the or. satisfied." going to stay In Milwaukee as
der In which they finish. Dieringer and Pa s c h a 1 long us we are welcome." Golfing Mag
Dieringer and Paschal won planned to run In today's qual. "To keep resurrecting this
the front row spots by qualify. ifylng races, but only for a pos. rumor Is ridiculous," McHale
Ing Thursday just ahead of a clble cash prize. Their front row continued Thursday night. "I do Eighty-year-old William Old- around 230 yards," 1s a quote
thunderstorm that dumped two positions were not In jeopardy. not think w* have to continue del of Naples and points north, from the story, fits swing is

Inches of rain on the sprawling Today's first race had the answering the same questionsand a golf course architect of national compared to a number of the

racing plant. Other most select field ever put together have conclusions.people draw" possibly fame, and a devotee of the great professionals at the time
drive, many of them with record for a stock car event on wrong golf since before the turn his golfing career began.
to their track. It Included its However, when asked for a game
practice speeds any among of the has been honoredIn Diddel, 58 years after his first
flat yes or no answer on wheth. century
credit, huddled In garages as 16 starters such luminaries as
er the Braves would be in Milwaukee "Golfing"; magazine. win as Indiana state champion
the rain closed down activity. Goldsmith, A. J. Foyt, the re.
Dlerlngern a Mercury driver cent Indianapolis winner; Fred in 1965!!, McHale said, "I In the story written by Phil competed in a "Bill Diddel" day

from Charlotte, N.C., averaged Lorenzen of Elmhurst, 111. don't think I'm prepared to an. Derbyshire pro at Dig Cypress tourney staged in his honor at
172.678 miles per hour to nail whose $133,000 In prize money ewer that in any way until the Golf and Country Club, the author Big Cypress a golf course he

down the Inside oole. Paschal a last year set a stock car racing ,. '.. season is over." describes Diddel as "the designed. In competition with
:,!uL....': antmt .
In St.
Plymouth driver who won the record; Dieringer, David Pear. The Sporting News said finest player of his age In the 125 Southwest Florida amateurshe
World 600 at Charlotte May 24, son, the 1962 Daytona 500 win. TOP DRIVER in jalopy class at Naples Speedway for period ending Louis Thursday it had learned world" fired a solid 75 to tie for

was clocked at 171.837 m.p.h. In ner; and Richard Petty, the 26. June 20 was 0. B. Osceola (left) who receives trophy from speedway "from an unimpeachable The story tells of the many first low gross honors in the
his two qualifying laps some year-old Plymouth driver from official Willard Hedden. There will be races Sunday night, starting at source" that the Braves would Indiana State AmateurChamplon- tourney, so the story relates.

what below his practice speeds. Randleman are the favorite 8:30: featured by a "demolition derby" No races will be run Saturday move Sporting to Atlanta News in publisher 1965. C.C. ships won by Diddel his younger As a golf course architect

Diertnger's mark, although pole Saturday's with Goldsmith marathon.and Foyt to win night because of the holiday ( Hewitt photo) Johnson Spink said In a copy. days, the first In 1905 and Diddel has designed courses in
well below the predicted ._
- righted story that no formal how he today shoots consistently many sections of the country Including .
league meeting has been held In the lower 70'$. Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Softball but the Braves are sure the nine "Bill Diddel swings wlthgraceand Texas, and Florida. He designed -
City LeagueStahiman
Baseball other clubs will approve the ease, yet he hits the ball Big Cypress three years ago,

move. ----- -- and since has designed anotherin
An $18 million stadium suit
Michigan and has two more

Roundup is able being for baseball built in Atlanta.and football The Lesser, Downing on the drawing board.

Rap Wins Thriller ? THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Football League St. Win Men's Doubles The story was published in the
Louis Cardinals reportedly are June issue of "Golfing" magazine -
By MURRAY CHASS he had only five hits in his last
considering a move to Atlanta. Tennis Tourney __
Associated Press Sports Writer 27 times at bat. Worse he man.
Rumors of a move by the
Over Stone Publix Willie Smith, baseball's new. aged only two hits In 16 timesat Braves, who shipped from Bos. Julius Lesser and Wes DownIng Emerson
; Romps est Into Cinderella a pumpkin after hasn't all.turned streak bat during The the sudden Angels' losing slump ton last to year Milwaukee as an In 1953 attendance, began won the men's doubles ten-

who off the his average from a nis tournament which was completed
Smith stepped dropped slump that began In 1958 con. Wins WimbledonWIMBLEDON
Russ Stahlman hit a seventh. hitter, retired Stone in order In Inning singles by Ed Woodruff, pitchers' mound into a slugging season's high of .340 to .286. tlnucd. Before the season ended this week on the courtsat
Inning home run last night to give the sixth and seventh innings. Chuck Kelly, and Buzz Folkerts outfielder's role, clouted a Just as suddenly though Wll. the Braves' attendance showeda Gambler Park. England (AP)
his Stahlman Property Main Sparkling outfield play featured resulted in Tropics' final run. grand slam homer In the ninth lie rediscovered his glass slip slight upturn over the previous Lesser and Downing won a '-Ro>' Emerson, 28-year-old Australian
tenance team an uphill 3.2 victory the sixth. Left fielder Bill Hart. Errors allowed Publlxto score inning that boosted the Los An. per or bat, and shattered the year. And for the current 6-3. 6-4 decision over the team jtennls star, won the
over Stone Builders In a ter went back to haul in Harry twice in the first Inning. In the geles Angels to a 10.6 triumphover Orioles.His season the turnout has been of John Richardson and Tom Wimbledon men's singles
men's Softball league thriller.It Blckford's long drive and center third Public got to Fred Sch- the American League-lead hit and RBI production 40 ,449 for 34 dates, comparedwith Bernard In the championship championship today on his 10th
was only the second loss of fielder Onceola made a leaping mucker for five hits and five ing Baltimore Orioles Thursday was his biggest for one game 269,886 for the same num. match. Ten teams competed In attempt. He defeated Fred
the season for Stone, and both catch of Schulthels' wallop runs. An outfield error allowedtwo night. and increased his average to ber of games last year. the Stolle, a fellow Australian 04,
losses have come on seventh Stone picked up two runs In the runners to score Then Pete Smith also belted a single and .317 and his RBI total to 23- -- tournament.and defeated 12.10 4.C, C.3.Emerson .
Inning homers offSUhlman'sbat. fourth on a walk, error, and fly Havran singled In one run and two doubles and drove in two 21 coming in the last 17 games. Lesser Downing
On June II, he clouted a three bail Richie Yahl and Lester Ules Butch Moody doubled In two. other runs as the Angels broke Elsewhere in the American A BIG BOOK Clint Jordan and Ted Land, 8.1. the top-seeded play.er .
run homer for a 7-6 victory over singled for Stone in the fifth but Havran singled In the fourth their five-game losing streak. League, New York nipped Kansas NEW YORK (AP) The Little In the first round. Then the champions has competed at Wimbledon
Stone. were left on base.Stahlmanwalk. to drive in one of the three Public The 25-year-old!! wizard who Clth 4.3 in IS!! Innings Minnesota Red Book of Baseball (Elian. beat Tony Fasce and Art every year but one since 1034.
Despite last night's defeat, ed one and struck eight.SchuU runs scored In that frame. David didn't do much for the Angels outslugged Boston 15.9 and Detroit Spurts Bureau. 1\\.SO) gets bigger Russell. 8-3. to qualify for the He never had reached the final
Stone still leads second-place thels walked five and struck out Pease singled In two runs and with his pitching arm, won mauled Cleveland 91. each year This time the finals. before.
Stahlman by one game. Stone's six, giving up a total of eight Mulling tripled In one in the three consecutive games with In the National League San record of both major league, Richardson and Bernard both Stolle also was runner-up last
second.half record Is 6.2, Stahl. hits. seventh. his bat during the team's recent Francisco edged Pittsburgh 6-S!!, plus World 158 Series. information high school students defeated year losing to Chuck McKinley

man's is !53.! Public broke a 2.2 tie with five With three singles and triple., ll.game winning streak. Philadelphia defeated Los An. required The 39th annual page edition aUo I Bill Whitney and Hank Watkins, of San Antonio Tex., in the fi.
In last night's other contest, runs in the third inning, and wenton Mulling led the 14 .hit Publlx of. After the amazing outburst, geles 3.2. Cincinnati trounced of the Mall 8-0 and made the finals by beat- nal He beat McKinley in this
the members ,
PubUx Market rolled up a 16-4 from there to an easy victory fenslve. Havran, Moody, Mike though, Smith tailed/ off considerably Chicago 7.0, St. Louis trimmed contains year's semifinals.
Chris Winkler and Don Nick
of Fame and and
verdict over Tropics Drive Inn. over Tropics. Winning pitcher Rains, and Pease added two hits as If midnight had Milwaukee 4-3 and Houston hitting pitching Ing ,
Games next week will concludethe Ken Mulling tossed a seven-hlU piece. struck, Before Thursday's kame whipped New York 7-1. records going back to 1901. 8-4. Smith Defending of Australia champion will Margaret meet

regular scheduled the league ter and was backed up by error
Marla Dueno of Brazil reigning
undecided after that I, '
race Is still ,,i less fielding.
the ralned.out contests of June,. Rcllle Rice got to Mulling for] U.S. champion for the women'scrown \

and June 30 probably will be I a double, triple..and hwnajunl\ -Fourth:- Croyd'to See 35th All-Star' Game: '' Saturday.
played. Stone, first-haU winner,, His first-inning double with two1, bp
does not have to come up against out started a two-run rally, with I
Stahlman this so the. Red Stler in both Bowen Weeks
again season sending runs .
By FRANK ECK .w. n Willielis "II1 I- niih mil.Mm ,
Builders have the inside track. with a double. Tropics didn'tscore
On Tuesday, Publix will meet again until the sixth,when AP Newtfeotures Sports Editor his (him, \c-I In t>\nMI-

Stone at 7:30 at Cambler Park., Rice hit a bases-empty homer Baseball's annual All-Star St,ir IMIIIH slimI'J'il.: I. 'I'hit, Teams Win In r

Stahlman tangles with TropicsIn down the right-field llne.Seventh. classic started out as a World's a+ttvwy f J moms 14 mines' ,amt ln his

the 9:15 gam. Fair attraction and here we are a 417 bittlnit .ixertif.' : Ml' !KPVM Hoop Twin Bill If
Stone held a 2.0 lead last night
mile in:u KPt III the mm fur
31 years later with a similar
after five Innings but In the sixth
Residents Tee Off Steve Clark's basketball team \
Stahlman led off with a walk. He setup the lath time Imt liNllstir
was dealt its first loss of the
took second on an error and cameIn At Golfers When the first game betweenthe luck bar heeu I, |1'1'' Ill* ivrriirolx ,, !: \
Cursing In last
summer night's summer
on Claude Cothron's single National and American ; lilt ,.4).
through the left side. MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP)-Golf. recreation basketball double-
nor" will he'"IIIf' III'Yo' li linesto ,
All-Stars took in
era' League place header at the Naples High School
Bob Hartnett singled for his cursing has caused resl. ,
third hit In four trips as the dents of homes overlooking the Chicago It was tied in with the ne\ Illlh Minimi; of gymnasium.

seventh inning opened. Guy Os. Salisbury Park course in near. 1933 World's Fair In that ,,1ty nrew the uh< mud Tmiv ollvi of" HIP, In a game that was touchandgo -,

ceola sacrificed him to second. by East Meadow to tee off It became an annual event and Minn! tilt Twins.m1 ,'hll,' Ihp1It"I all the way, Many Bowen's]

Stone pitcher got Jim Wheelerto against plans for night golfing has been seen In IS!! cities k i i lire |1,11'1",11\l the rl\ ilimniirfer' team posted 50-44 victory over
pop up, but Stahlman came "It will extend the cursing ,
Clark's. In the other
| In
In :'11I1 :err 1.rIIlIU.,1 contest
1939 the of the first
with drive hours wrote 40 residents in year
through a towering a
the Van Weeks' team rallied In the
work mlthrie Inning.
over the center fielder's head. letter to Nassau County Execu. New York World's Fair the
He circled the bases behind Hart. tlve Eugene H. Nlckerson. They game was played in Yankee! ihinii-s fire sitnh' Ni mite x, last quarter for a 50-48 triumph

protested the planned Installa. Whit.lo"'r'l' tutu \Virrin !Sihn| : overTomilernard'sgroup.
nett.Stahlman Stadium. That One drew 62,842:
There will more recreation
who fired a two. tlon of lights on the course.
will l bP> nmoiic those" h" ""
and officials
fans baseball from
I basketball next Tuesday at 7:30at
16 major league clubs, The |ili\eis: ar,' I'Ir",1! l 1\ the gym under the supervision -

The 35th one coming up the :2i meiiilers, if Ptah; trimanti of Jerry Howell. Interestin
Iuum! I Tuesday July 7 at New v.\- rite 'ml\"I'\ table tennis is picking up

*2S!! million !!!33.300seat.hea: Commissioner h'! II r,1 l Howell notes.

Stadium home of the Mets Frl'kN offlie. PI.HITS r ,iiiitot Gary Sharp fired in 22 pointsto

U figures to draw the fourth la rLptAll.t.tr vote for their o" n teiintnitos.This : lead Dowen's team to victoryover
Slo and Clark's. Al Hackney added -
tear I rink < nm
:; crowd in the Mstorv of
60SQ. the .Mm C,.. lecher, of IN < ornmlssiimer's 10.Dowen elght.Charles Flood
i the came, T 'entteam* areInvolved. ALL STAR SCENE B< Thai\ ofli lots and 'font from oil ever the country will help .coat. six, and Bill McClintock four.
above tctn n:, 35th Aii-Sl game It played In New York's Shoo Stadium on Tuesday, iiffli |l'f.II,1 l the Clark led his squad with 20!

While the Melt: have drawn July 7, A crowd of 5'' ion I a pond which will, make the turnout the largest line 1954 teirns. Slrxumlsltel 12 lulis, and Duster Lewis added 16,
when Cleveland plo I test to $1 I
four !50,000-pltis crowds to the GtllicherelcM.The Archie Turner six. and John

Shea this li one Rime: In which I sir\ r f the, r< ,'r\" .,:It! ), the fomliiir lash itnrksI Now Erlckson two. Some regular

they hardly figure The only Met 41 I r ;II li, ,l ti i fin''"' met realise i Insets \' >T\'I shttill.Mir cn"ne. T"' o members of Clark's team were

on the tll'ld1I1 ht t'f'l Kon Hunt, II fl ,'K *'< ",, n. Hve |"'r -nl enes' fnrel have hence |1'11\1' l In the PoloGnuni'ls absent.

their brllllint second,' buen,n, ,t ," rI" tho , ind 'i' 'si's vvhlih In lode; i triosp.rtitlni . lea t" In Yankee vd-llnm Weeks had 18 points for his

drawn the t" ,' mi.ils ,mil hotel Mils' and one In .U..h. Hel'lnrxlhn !. winning club and Dill Splngler
Cleveland has added 16. Glen six Jeff
King ,
20 'Is the, first
fran the Hut this
I fur the ,ilncr
largest Mi-Mar crowdr-tt.t NIl i Baseball Standings Johnson four, and Carlos Alfonso -!'
I for the third tame In l 1(1'- ,u"01 I I68.7M 101.1 i ''fir leitnie teitns, 1111"I'r, hel'l >"i .lose to a"r'.I' and Jlm Fredrickson two each
'" The \nierli, ,in 11,inie. 'hl'!< h \\' 1 f ilr "hl> h I, -i' for the list game In 1! '4. National American League Bernard led all scorers with 22,
Last tear when" lh\llI'JI'lIt* W. L act. G.B. Baltimore 47 27 .635 nil' e held a 12-4 advantage In fr, TI t the.lie i In "' "- \ F1:
: figured to (rot the game. It went, San Fran. 47 :28 .62 New York 43 29 .597 4 3Philadelphia.14 game won ww leads In unhIT16 'ilm." '" till "nt. fr, Tli ,ie with 14 points, Dennis Fields 10,
41 29 .586
to Cleveland with its huge 71: 111 I 28 .611 Its Chicago Minnesota 41 35 .539 7 with "t111mI' a tie. TII.tItt. 1Ir..'. and Frank Townsend two.
Cincinnati 40 34 .341 Eta" .
.. nlne-limlm
> Mil I l II| ti i '.t Mill! I "it > Boston 36 40 .474 12 the riln1 1 -- -
: Pittsburgh 38 34 .:>2S 7 ,i
OF USABLE |ilebi' li ti'rut In tlir, It\ ,,11 St. Louis 38 38 'SCO 9'i' Detroit 34 38 .472 12 affair In Bfistm In 19CI!
I' Chicago 33 30 .493 10 Los \ngeles36 42 .462 13 third of '''lIr \eir- In, ,' th"l

SPACE IN A '' II''' IIP I Milwaukee 36 39 .00*O 11 Cleveland 31 33 47 39 .438.397: 13 18 t',." Xll- tar cmies "'ere ." (STOCK CAR RACES))

GREAT NEW Irf Los Angle36 39 .473 Ills' Washington tc feather the |rennin, hn1., I.si \1, f .
p e Kansas Clt30 46 .395 18
Big Cypress Houston 38.at .468 12 ,.. f. rites :11'1.1 .
Thursdays Results r lit the ?I 11 I ""
FISHINGBOAT New York .'3 35 .:lej 23!! i
Thursdays Results Minnesota 13, Boston 9New Every Saturday Nite!
FROMEVINRUDE Team Members St Louis 4, Milwaukee 3 13 York 4, Kansas City, 3. Funeral Plans

San Francisco 6, Pittsburgh S Innings
Cincinnati 7, Chicago 0 Detroit 9, Cleveland 1 8:00 P.M.
Must Sign UpA Houston 7, New York 1 Los Angeles scheduled.10, Baltimore 6 Being Made

Just one of the good things about Evinrudc's new Sport.I his new method of Itlf<'tlnrpl"y.r. Only games scheduled. Onl games Tod a) '. Games NAPLES SPEEDWAY

the room it gives you, More room than most 'IB-footcn," for the team to represent TOOA)' Games Kansas City at Baltimore N For RobertsCHARLOTTE
lsahroom, Plenty'of storage space so you can ttu to Big Cypress Golf and Coun. Chicago at Milwaukee, N Minnesota at New York N II Admiiiion $1.50
sea with nothing underfoot It was built for fishermen try Club In the next match s Student $1.00
St. Louis at Cincinnati N to be -
Southwest Florida neral arrangements were
duled by the Cleveland at Chicago N
We invite you to step aboard for "Reelation Ride." Inter.Club League has been an. Pittsburgh at Hoocton, N Washington at Detroit 2, tv.l. completed today for famed race Children under 12 freeDEMOLITION
We :know you'll appreciate the room in the Sport.16 as nounced by Pro Phil Derbyshire Philadelphia at San francl NihtSaturdAY' driver Glenn (Fireball) Roberts,

soon at you ice it. But to really appreciate the nd of the "An entry sheet will be post co, S Saturdays) Games who died Thursday of com pile a- BFPBYPaschal
Sport-16, you've got to fry it, Stop in and make ,i date ed on the bulletin board at the Games Cleveland at Chicago dons resulting from burnt suf.

to take it out on a deit-run No obligation pro shop a week before the next Chicago York at at Milwaukee Lev Angeles. X Washington at Detroit fered In the World 600 May 24 Sun. Nib July Si
New ,
match, and the first 22 player Kansas City st Baltimore, at Charlotte.His
St. Leuis st Cincinnati\ N body wait returned to his i last
Ih.t..m for Car
signing will make up twilight on
M & M MARINA Pittsburgh at Houw. N
INC. the following match," Dsrbvahire Minnesota at New York, 2Los native Florida Thursday night. track wins 550Powogtt
said Two alternates will be <'hsen <>, Philadelphia: at Ian FtandKO Angeles at Boston Services weie expected to be
Between the Gordon River Bridget on Tamiami Trail also. Sendjy's Games Sunday's Games conducted ia Da'tOlBuch.. purrftAC

Midway 2-4656 The entry sheet for thetounu Chicago al MilatkNew .. Cleveland at Chicago, 2 Roberts who battled for his Jay II
meet at LehtKlt Anti to be twIrl Yrk at Los iu,i-es Washington at Detroit t life for slx.weeks like he fought
July II. will tot posted at the I r, St. Lewis at CInC'lru.11 Kansas Cit) at BalUm"r.rtlt1Moi.lpfIta for the lead on the race track,
EVINRUDE shoi, i)I' &ItrelaY..I1th 4. lh., rte rttt..rsf\ Haut y Minnesota at New: York died at 7:1J a. n. i* pneumonia
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Friday, 1"lv' 3. 1DG4 COLLIER COt TY NEWS 7

Scranton Says Barry's Farm

De Gaulle In Bonn I

Program Disaster'FARGO

Courting- For 2-Day ConfabBON

N.D. iAP>-!>enn. c csylvanla can approach than all the partl. "It is time we broke the
Gov. William: W, i san attacks of our Democratic shackles! of an outdated eco
Scranton contended today Sen. enemies combined," said Scran. nomlc philosophy and outworn Germany (AP) West Germany is particularlyeager
Barry Goldwater's he added. "The abstract Preside' Charles de Gaulle to cut tariffs on Industrial
\ farm pro. I Iposals ton in a statement. politics,
would "court disaster In Scranton arrived in Sioux theoreticians of tin-- 'j tM 4 came t t. \Acst Germany's capital foods.
the nation's heartland." ]Falls, S.D., Thursday night. He Democratic administration have YtP today t t" trj again to line up Strengthening the Common
Scranton toured the Dakotas was greeted by Gov. and Mrs. been so mesmerized b\ corn. Chancellor Ludwig Erhard be. Market has been uphill work
-each with 14 delegate votes- Archie Gubbrud and a huge modlty controls that the) have' lund D? Gaulle's policy of inde. since De Gaulle vetoed Britain's

in his bid for the Republican orange and white balloon.To forgotten their ultimate concern( pendent the United States admission just before signinghis
and Britain In world affairs.A with Adenauer.
presidential nomination. Gold. the delight/ of a crowd of -the individual farmer. mwrDw treaty
water holds a commanding leadIn some 1,000 person at the air. As part of his own farm pro. 11 r + high West German official ...mss
delegates I port, Scranton rode the balloon gram Scranton said he would u4 vM said no sensational results were

"My current opponent for about 20 feet into the air. He leek, if elected president, likely.
freedom In our agricultural De G.lulle brought most of his Battle Dress To
the Republican nomination has ;pronounced the ride "terrific, "greater
urged prompt and final termU wonderful.'' economy" that would Cabinet with him-seven minis

nation of the farm subsidy pro.gram The balloon carried a sign allow "decisions of Investmentand ters for two days of confer. 'Change Colors'WASHINGTON

," said Scranton. ;proclaiming "Scranton on the production" to operate. r ..r Kt e ences. Regular meetings of this
'Such statements do more to rise." Scranton said he would be opposed kind are held every six months
under the of (AP) Battle
discredit a responsible RepubU. Scranton had some harsh to any abrupt elimination Treaty Friendshipand dress bl
worn American soldiers
words for the agricultural( pol. of farm subsidies, but Indicatedhe Cooperation signed by De
one day change color and
Icy of President Johnson' ad. would seek a readjustmentof .,....... _,_ //IIIiI Gaulle Konrad and Adenauer former In Chancellor January Mend may Into the natural bat'k.t .
ministration. commodity program ,
Gary RandallOn "Nowhere Is the limited neg. Scranton will meet In Harris PACE 0 F THE PAST Drtutd ,n early 19111 i century costumes residents. stroll 1963. round-mm'h like a hamelcon

alive view of American agrlcul. burg, Pa., Sunday with Henry) ltdtttly through tht itritt of Broaditai'i, Kant England The temporary throwback to ErhaiJ also had some thingshe taking! on protective coloration

'Saratoga'Gary ture more evident than in the Cabot Lodge and the two will the days of the Regency marked opening of the icai'dt rtiorta Dickens Fcitival, of 1tt4 would like to accomplish.West Officials said total> that Army
farm programs of the cur. fly west together In the quest German sources' said he and industry! scientists have
L. Randall, seaman ap. rent Democratic administration for delegate support, a Lodge wanted tu talk about three main been doing serious. reseal I ,.n in
USN spokesman said In Washington. him honored treatment \n' his subjects this direction, although a workable .
prentice, son of Mr. and Scranton said. Home Outlines His U.S. AmbassadorTo
Mrs. John H. Randall of 4040 Tl.ey will go to Chicago Sunday arrival at the airport. A police 1. Strengthening his position ,)stem may be a log\" waiotf !

10th St., N., Naples, 1* a crew night and will fly on to St. Louis 4-Point PlatformTo escort with sirens blaring sped for any dealings with the Com. .
member of the Navy attack air. State's Counties for a meeting with Missouri and Back him to the U.S. Emba>'. muni si s. Though prospects for
Japan If the
craft carrier USS Saratoga Southern Illinois delegates and Repel LaboritesLONDON A Japanese reporter opened a reunification of Germany, are research pa> sort. sol.
Receive $14,000 will to Mil. news conference at the ambas remote, Erhard wants any sup. dlers fighting in the jungle
unit of the U.S. Sixth Fleet a talk, move
oper. (AP) Prime Mln. would be hard to spot De,
PostTOKYO sador's residence with an apol. cause
from he
atlng In the Mediterranean.While waukee Monday night for a At Embassy port France can get.
From Race Tracks ister Douglas.Home outlined arour.polnt t their unlfoims would turn ,
at meeting with Wisconsin dele og>' for the attack Relschauer 2. Providing some political on.derptmltng r" sea Navy and Marine
platform today for his This would \be
Tuesday morning and a AP) U.S. Ambas. replied that the attack was "as for the European particular val
Corps aircraft squadrons fly State Comptroller gates
Conservative party' campaignto liable in areas like Viet
meaningless as a traffic accl. Common Market De Gaulle, Is ham
luncheon address sador Edwin 0. Relschaur re.
the deck of
from the Saratogagiving Ray E. Green said today
Labor chal.
rellli l the party' '
dent expected) listen sympathetic In the desert, battle dress
turned to Japan today after re.
close air support and for
co. checks $14,000 from the
state the fall election.
lenge in covering In Hawaii from a stab Relschauer said his thigh ally but only providing Erhard might change to sand rotor and
to of
ver ships the fleet and
race track tax funds have been In fntervlew with the Dally
an wound inflicted by a deranged wound had healed but he would proposes nothing that includesBritain In the Antic It might lie, ,mie
Marine Corps' sea assault for. ,
mailed to each of the 67counttes. Telegraph; Douglas.Home said Japanese youth March 24. have "a slightly weak leg for a or Involves yielding any whit*.
ces during landings on simulated The comptroller said It was he believes the election ihould period of time." lie sometimes national to research
held beaches. KKK March Looking fit and tanned, Rets French power a sup.rtnatlonal The cenleis on a
enemy the final payment for the current be fought on these Issues) chauer, S3, dismissed the stabbing wears a spring device to help body hunt for dyes that will lianse
fiscal year and would make the 1. Maintaining full employ as "my little accident" and raise the point of his foot whenit 3. Getting French cooperation.or coloi hi l'eHI'"SI'| to light

total received by each county ment and the competitive post said again he hoped it would gets tired.Kentucky. talks with the United States The camouflage! .loth. now
WEATHER tlon of British industry In ex. -- trading coun. used, Is basli ally the alms .is
from the race track tax fund Not TruceViolation not hurt Japanese-Amerlcan re. and other major !
$234,000, the highest In the history POI t markets. .. in 1776. was tries In the "Kennedy round" of that of World Wolf II-a multl",1combln..UIIiI
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of the Each 2. Laborlte plans for national. The Japanese, still self-con chartered as a county of Virginia negotiations! to break down bar. of greens, browns
High Low Pr. tax. county received nation "of which only part of sclous about the Incident, gave rlrrs to International traJ and yellows
Albany, cloudy 86 66 .38 $206.800 last year. the iceberg Is showing"
Albuquerque, clear 97 68 Green said the next payment 3. Britain's Independent nuc.
Atlanta, cloudy 88 69 would be In the early fall. lear deterrent, which Harold
Bismarck, cloudy 80 55 JACKSONVILLE (AP) Con. Wilson, Labor party leader says
Boise, clear 85 51 tempt proceedings In attemptsto he will scrap If he takes over
Boston, rain 77 63 .01 halt racial demonstrations in the government
Buffalo, cloudy 77 66 .16 Senate Passes St. Augustine were dismissed In 4. The genuine differences be.
Chicago, cloudy 113 70 federal court Thursday and the tween the Conservative and Labor .
Cincinnati, clear 88 65 Bill Xu Klux Klan announced it philosophies.Under .
i Cleveland, cloudy 88 66 Pay-Hike would march In the city Satur. the fourth heading,

Denver, clear 112 56 day.J.B. Douglas.Home made clear that
Des Moines, cloudy 91 66 By 58-21 Vote Stoner of Atlanta, an at. the Conservative election rnanl.
Detroit, cloudy 84 87 .08 torney for the Klan, said hun festo will suggest sweeping

Fairbanks, cloudy 70 53 T WASHINGTON (AP-The 1.7 dreds of north Florida Klans. changes In Britain's welfare

Fort Worth, cloudy 95 72 .03 million government workers men would participate."We state system
Helena, clear 88 411 .03 plus federal judges and memo won't regard the paradeas "As I see it," he said, "our
Honolulu, cloudy M M bers of Congress-are sure of a a violation of the truce," saidan task, while maintaining and Improving .
Indianapolis, clear 90 63 pay boost now. integration leader. "We madeno existing rates of bene.
Jacksonville, cloudy 90 74. The Senate late Thursday re. truce with the klan. We're fit, will be to concentrate the 6I
Juneau, rain 53 50 1.19 moved whatever doubts not dealing with the klan. We resources we have more on -

Kansas City, cloudy 93 71 have lingered by passing 58 may to made" the agreement with the those most In need."
Los Angeles, clear 83 60 21 a $364-mllllon pay.hlke bill city The election must be held by
Louisville, cloudy 89 69 that Is somewhat liberal He referred to a twoweak Nov. 5. The date I I. up to Doug II ,
Memphis, cloudy 90 68 than the $533.mllllon more truce endorsed by businessmen las.Home. All 630 louse of Com. y... I \. r,
Miami, clear 86 81 which cleared: the' House on .and the Chamber of Commerce mono seats will be contested I I' I' 1 I.., ,1/, dot
Milwaukee, cloudy 88 68 June 11. But \It- Jabbed at the while a biracial committee at. The Conservatives now hold a hi "I ,I' .10, b '. .
Mpls.. t. P., cloudy\ 91 64 Supreme .Court byVcutUngth.a.jusMeil' tempts rta work out harmonious maJority In Commons of more ('I '' 1d1b" ,,N 'I l :e.'J' III, Sill 'Id I till' ,Iee'.n, II'
New Orleans,cloudy 88 M M ,! f Lefatlofts Itttuten, ther ttey" f rthan 4 Va-.rf<: O|>Hil'nVoll '!.tt l"T ( r. 1 iaaa' r ell IIW '? ' '
"Jt''Ofid..nrreh'btwo.tlilrds '
New York, cloudy 91 75 ; *I federal District Judge Bryan'1'. recent fcpeclal eleiHldns suggest! t, o i_ J s. h L 1 now I M: ''immM., .!".i\: /l,( ,,1"f1ff:| ''K%:; ? t,.,, ,.' I Ie ,,

Okla. City, cloudy 95 68 Sponsors hope to work out a Simpson dismissed contempt however, that if the vote were ',. . '. \ ..J'> "
Omaha, cloudy 92 64 .74 final version soon after Congress proceeding against Gov. Farris held now Labor would win by "
Philadelphia, cloudy 93 71 returns July 20 from Its recess Bryant and others Involved In at least 60 seats.

Phoenix, clear 111 73 for the Republican National Con. efforts .to stop desegregation .
demonstrations.A -----
Pittsburgh, cloudy 83 64 ventlon.
Ptlnd, Me., fog 78 58 .44 companion case seeking police
Members of Congress are as.
Pond, Ore., clear 66 52 .05 lured of a $7,500 increase from protection for demonstrators No Hearings Yet
Rapid City, clear 88 57 .01 the present $22,500 to $30,000, and a court order forbidding police a o
interference with demon
Richmond, cloudy 92 70 since both versions agree on
Over U.S.-Soviet
strations was withheld, pending
St. Louis, cloudy 90 611
Salt Lk. City, clear 94 58 that.The Senate defeated all ef. formal written request for actionby j

San Diego, cloudy 79 60 forts to reduce, eliminate, orde. Miami either Attorney side. Tobias Simon Consular TreatyWASHINGTON
San Fran., rain 62 52 T ter the hike until the federal
of the American Civil Liberties
Seattle 61 51
cloudy Is balanced.The
budget .
(AP) Ad.
Union, withdrew the petition
Tampa clear 88 73 .02
Senate bill would boost from federal court which soughtto ministration leaders In the Sen. "
Washington, cloudy 92 72 .20 Cabinet officer $10,000 to .
$35 held In con. ate have decided to put off a )
have the governor
Winnipeg, clear 75 52 .01 000, and allow Increases of $7,. tempt for banning night time partisan fight this election year
(M-Missing; T-Trace) 000 or more for 307 other gov. demonstrations. over the newly negotiated U.S.. "

eminent executives. The House Simon's suit was aimed at Soviet consular treaty.
had voted a $32,500 salary for Sher.
the 10 Cabinet members.The Bryant, St. Johns County The agreement, for the open.
Lets Go Boot drive to hold Increasesfor Iff L. O. Davis, St. Augustine and lug of Soviet consular offices In
) Police Chief Virgil Stuart
Supreme Court justices to cities like New York, Chicago
Mayor Joe Shelley.The .
and San Francisco In exchangefor
$2,500 Instead of the $7,500 vote outlawed
ed by the House and recom. governor had similar American offices In e
mended the administrationwas night demonstrations becausehe key Soviet cities, has already
-.. by said racial violence Is dlffl.
led by Sen. Gordon Allott come under Republican fire
.... .. .' cult to stay after dark.
.. R-Colo He argued that their pay Judge Simpson had said the
Is "out of all proportion" to ban was In contradiction to his The Democrats can't stop the

= what Congress members re. own order forbidding police In. Republicans from making the
celve. terference with civil right dem. treaty a hut topic In a campaign
KNOW RULES; OK Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney, D. onstrations.WinnDixie. attack on administration foreign
BOATING KOA1) Okla., countered that this Is policy But they ran prevent the .... ..
"hardly the time to downgrade use of public hearings by the
\lo l of the rules smrrnmc, rrrrrilionul
iHiiiling, are nothing more the Supreme Court." Senate Foreign Relations Com.

than common ..-n... .and rourlrtor .>. But AUott drew the support of mittee as an election year
thr moot |pert Una matter nf the Senate's Democratic leader, sounding board. 7
Doing, unto olh r' .. lot would Mike Mansfield of Montana, and Dividends Up
have them in unto you, In idcii, the Southerners, and triumphed Senate Democratic Leader If the telephone rings now
linn In the many nnwritlrn !laws. 49 to 40.The JACKSONVILLE (AP) The Mike Mansfield of Montana and
however. the t.inrl..llolnl.: |pro chief Justice now receives board of directors of the Wlnn. Sen. J. W. Fulbrlght D Ark.
i le in their booklet Oiitlxmrdhoaluif $35,500 a year and other justices Dixie Stores Inc. voted Thursday' chairman of the Foreign Relations this
Hill":' MM" hut ill to Increase the monthly dlvl. Committee, said today while you're reading paper., .
$35,000. ,
I boatmen le familiar with thncr eight
The 600,000 postal employee dends from nine to ten rents a hearings on the treaty can't beheld
|Josh rillrii nf the n."lil'll roml
Increases averaging share for July, August and September until next year In view of
would get
1. MrMing hen two "'
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la" the right right ef f.way of. I the the *.other.me a.hiKe .H. t'a'r r lrh done in your own good time. Drop it now, go back to it later.

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leaving Wi|.. or pirr-' for own the I and waiting to give you a total picture of living today. News 1963 TOTAL AD DOLLARSof
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side souvenir ihop ija Iron t seifon' of nearby redwe< d tree that once stood 308 flU a 190-foot Saturn I lifted a boilerplate model of the Apollo spacecraft from Cape Kennedy Fla., May 28. An automatic 35mm camera shooting eight I
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Miss Sweden wears an Arab headdress and tries a puff ona 11 Limb.
hookah pipe. Miss Aberg was In Beirut Lebanon participating A WALKING: HORSE-Children visiting the West Berlin +
I placed in fourth.the Miss Europe 1965 beauty contest, in which she Zoo get an extra treat when a trainer puts this 'hoofer I

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newest dance, the "Luci-B. for the camera. It was named in honor of President antennae Name of The
"THAT AINT HAY BROTHER"- -Henry Vogel of Arcola 111. makes a clean weep of his crop so to say The bales Johnson's youngest daughter and will be introduced at the Peach Festival at Stonewall. menace a female mosquito.
made of of broomcorn which Texas a community near the President's ranch. It starts with a kick top( left) and progresses I'hotomicrographic study by
I are up tips gathered after threshing and will go to the broom factories make Arcola
to a swivel (top right) A hop forward follows (below left) and then a hop back Eastman's Lynn Wall.
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Nations efforts to save the 3.200-ear-old Temples of Abu
IN THE GROVES ACADEME-: Tralu :' Iii. ulinfllellcnntrmt.nrad i l I' m1'll" Simbfl and other monuments. Unless moved, they will be t
to be routine 'w! President and Mrl t l\-, i ,btixnii Thru .I I III; saI h.\lI' ,I, s corned foreter by back waters of Aswan High Dam The
degrees prove it At left. Mri tiihn>"nwoii iK .il II.iiMHl.: C,011. ", 111 1 stamp on the left depicts the 30-foot statues of Rameses II. AWEIGH I I IN AN A u TO IIIIO 3 r usome take t. w.tel, . ,,11 I" <" Iphlbloat ,
an of 1984 can be:! a careerist without)' '''<| link,,, Hi. I' "'sl.h Ill, hp1l The stamp at right from an inscription on the walls of the convertible a" Pyirv.itfi &)ijund" n a' Gtu 'e 'Ar't te 141 .11 the car in
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l Dine Snack Dane Entertainment

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Brill -.t'1, at the + '4-Tra-ie: or Sell
4Jh MORE THAN MALI 00 38-Autos For Sale

Your Ftogion'4 TOlfilSTS WILL Wit ...... .1.1. t._. I'urkNane
( fUTURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT IFT I I'M Thunaerb,rdHardlop R 4H far I."a i I. O' C'u" 1h.
IFrleldb Powei naowl, Kilt rot CIII MI 11..91 .911
fl l tory a.." cond l onnl, Low mile
0 ate Mi' 4104 alter i P M
4/Cit 57-Houiei For Sale

MUST SACRIFICE 2 Compllt.ly furnished ...,.,lro"1

CaribbeanGardens; n door 1964 Galaxie 500. Cbs Semi Ace.ss to Gulf R.
741 vane cycle .or condhonm,
vec* : 6,252. MI Or,.". refngeretor, freeter
Exact mileage built In range and oven, WOO"."
and dryer Seawell with, 20in '
i INFORMALHOLIDAY -- <,, -. 2-3370. board 111000 Ml ; MMlako .

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BUFFET STEP CHECKLynda Berry cheeks I petition, ,n teen at ,c Servire
NAPLES I -..-. Rmo* la.hw 31 lib. st No 'oIL I U2t Front home I block frombeach
mirror. while Carol Potter ties, her lot choc. at they g.t ...... r+.wrlu Mint' b. told this week and R..II Drug Store

ready for a rthoartal for 'The Nutcracker' ballet 'In Denver Jeep, 4 wh C a S. 1 bedroom I bath. Cypress
vmlloi'oi ,paneled living room. Len
Saturday 5 to 8:30 P.M. dition IJH
JM Andersen Drive 1111 Jt 'OO.hot.c I.ndmiI" ;
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Fried Chicken- Potato Salad Baked Ham 1AnnounctmenhPI.AlA Oldtmobl., .
Super II 1 Dr Aulomatc a Midge homo on an acre

A Melody of Salads and Hot Dishes "J I OnBoating 0 Naples BEAUTY: SALO lie practically heater Mechanically new Ooodyeer. soundS lot toned, I bain agricultural tcreen porch I bedroom --,

Tips 1424 E T.IT..mi, I tires' Owner telline lor colleeeoupernet .
( Tantalizing Desserts Flotilla Midway lour Trail Ml t 3411 yitll ago I yetrt |I2 000 00 f/3 MSpaeiout

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DA/V I Ills 54 4 4 bedroom I beth.
Chevy Dr Sid Trent
USCGA Attention, All pmntere, In ColI Good second cer MI I toil CBS Age 10 mot Hat twlmming .
L only $1.95ICOCKTAILS liar I Counly If yo..re workingfor 11111 pool and boat dock. MouteJwner .
Luc 1 than 11! 00 per hr cometo faces toward Naples e.v Owner
the painterl meeting 5es bad heart. Will IIC"fco
day mint, July I, 1 JO ;MMOi 40-Awtoi Repairs Parts for IU 000 00.71,51
IaI1NDlY COU.TEOUORESTAURANT Boatmen those red flags with wide angle rear view mlrrow so Carpenters Union Hall III! UtAvo

[ DAILY!) t white diagonal strip you see the driver ('an keep the skier t Ullt N." l... Purl school I bed
team I b.'h C55 Sousa d.
bobbing about on the water mean under '-onsUnt observation.Even Boats-Motor Accei.II' LOOK HEREI) a mot..... ,,,.I.w.

I Cua1 $ISYlc1MI "Keep Away," says Naples Flot. better have an extra rider In 11.10000. will tarry

Sunday, 12 Noon 'til 8:30: P.M. Ilia of the U.S. Coast Guard the boat to watch the skier; many -Lyman with 31 H P John*' Wondering whirs to go 4 b"g DLL mortgtga LOACH. Realtor

2.4151 Auxiliary and the committee for states require this by law ten Used vary little. 1309 00 Mli With your car problem Oil 5ih. Ave South.

ROAST BEEF SPECIALPLUS National Safe Boating Week Remember ABC .. always be MM. 'IZ.If Factory Finish, Pa,n| Jobs Midway Naples, 24141Cutlem Fie

BEST FOOD The flag means a skin diverIs courteous; and remember too Wrtckt Wrku.ltTuneupt !

underwater In the area near SAFE boating Is FUNI I 5-Business Oppt. hill 1 bedroom t bath.
MANY OTHERS Front end al,."m.n'Mo'o' bout on well dantcaped tarp
the flag. Common sense dictates'that lot Hc, ghbnrhood Terrei
FRIENDLIEST other boatmen stay sway and BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OverhaulTrenim.il 10 llonrt ..."..,.10' and
"lIull'Lullrou"o" / leva RW.n'
only $1.95dine do not edge closer The operator Polaris Sub C.ou..1 Drive In 1 ditinning, No doting coot Ml
PLACE in of a boat Is a member of the tar.) 1 bedroom home __ 141 000 I 4/H or ? litp t/l t|
Trail _121100 SrtketPol.ah
Marina North
l ger fraternity of all boatmen. Missile Ends Commercial- lot- t Wee Three bdrm I bath lit Ave

TOVNYOUR in leisurely comfort! i They have a high sense of cour. 2nd Av.II.. _112000Attoclattt Don.I look any further Mo 'Good. termt MI f InNORTN'R14LEU 1444evening. ) it.

1 tesy consideration and responsl. Test Program "aM the Napltt South modelhomes See "

Where Everybod 1I I Your Hosts: busty tod.y". Ingram Chevrolet, Inc.. I bedroom, I bath. Florida.
Comes To CAPE KENNEDY (A*) -Ttie room. large !living room Completely
CHARLES and BETTY GNAU Polaris A3 submarine missile Lucille Ottt Virgil M.rcurn no tin II. N MI i not lurmthed 100 a 111
Water-skiing full of actionand Bob JaegerDEWEY Ntplet '1. lot All this lor only It.100
excitement as It Is, can be a ended Its test program on a sue VIVIAN OOQ, REALTOR
EAT and 10 MILlS NORTH Of HAPLEON. lit. 41 perfectly safe as well as a thrill. cessfia note with a 2,400.mlle POLLY 174 Ith Ave So Ml 11141

We Cater to I'arllea for All Decisions-Ph. WY 2-4601 Ing sport If a few simple rules flight Thursday night. REALTYCorner 44-Mobile Homes Dan lor5iind, AttociateeHIVAt lelpha: H.yro

are followed. The Navy said all test object Moon Mull oil frks
141 New -
Keep clear of piers pilings, tlves were met. The develop. T.of.....lit...'Ave Trail'Uo 4 Cloud in tcreened porch Bonite >> Salt

ENJOYTHEMSELVES the shore other boats fisher ment program began here Aug. MI 24351 Sprlnit Anglers Paradise 0/i 3m NOR0.511
b Owner mutt tell ,,,,.. bedroom
man, scuba divers. t, 18S2 and 26 of 41 shots were N.f rails,' :, recunditon' 295 > bath hoc ,n THE MOOR

All tow boats should have a successful 7-Dogt. Cat Pets UO Down Rock Croak 1,1. I INOI Central h>j| id >"
Burger Farb Rat, oAi' "purl' liB 5' cundliunng, cerping, Inii..i, "
Regittered poodle puppiet Iblack Clou Itletel Treiler with ca out .eopl I bedrooms I ?m
male and I apricot female bane end t)0 0 or plea hilt, yen 'nciudmg dispesstacid
HOSTSFRANCES : PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Ml 2 1361 //10.61 beit . nWi l or H7>? dishwasher Nco cr..nlll
ui7cn"pvVd todded

PalaceEAST'NAPLES NOTICE OP APPLICATION VOR TAX DEED 13-Help Want. Female 4S-Traileft For Rent \lawn f>hone Ml 4104 4/'llt alai'P54

See. l iso 1*. F.S. ,

and FRITZ NOTICE I IS HEREBY GIVEN that Catay, flied I r and, certiliretee Ruth Brathcar for a, Waitress. wanted for enacb lr Tralen I' a ...... with TV.fll run SALE'Lovely .o..o"'y" lurnitheot
certillcetet hat tald
\ holder' of the following tax 10041 I cottage
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Must be
". yro. a we.b Spaces 55 a we.k
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1 ta. dead to be huued thereon The certificate Humbert yore antdt..MReliable 6/11 If for only ,

Breakfast from 8 A.M. '1" ""'.: ....... *UM THE TRAIL .., ]llttuance, deeeMeOon of property end n. ajruixrueh.ine ml are at m nr48Apia RK3_ rseb .LtJJ.I..L.--: ".,pd''Mgh. Mh-aly. Und5000M..

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Monday thru Saturday, white woman for childcare ,

Sunday C.rt,nc.te Description of Property yj| Attetted.to' ___ week and, year houte round work:.. I Call day. For Rent bdah.nmul/d. pool I Ilseehtf0sm and patio"

tie of 1942 isle 22 24 ",cl.I Block t TI. t. Ml I MM S16t awimming ."IIul lendtcep
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Neplet ---- Air conditioned furnished I bedroom for only'
Hourl'1 OPEN 24 HOURS of 1962 late {4 21 Block' M Unit I. Neplet, houtekeeper t. caro.houeeI lorI apt Neer beech and pier .d lot MO nail Let ut the chew beach t.... to you
Trail N. Park Earla J. Wllliamt. Jr. pre tchoolera and keep 17100 per month year round IlS
week year MI //1.11 today
179 of I9S2 Lot 37 Block I Unit I. Senile Shores Edger Eger days congenial
reliable and
6th Ave is Just be
Where the Coffee FINEST ,.
THE Day W..k. or54.n15 hV
JH baths largo
133 of I9C2 Trecl 75. Florlde ".rm'lt. Sec with children and In good I bedrooms
5C BURGER IN TOWNSister's 21 Tp 49 S Rgo 2E. P.B. 4 page 11. Vincent Payola .health. Furnish, own Irentpor '..,CI"la MI Mill MOTELI 5422)01 / ,ne room nice kitchen with
21 of I9S2 Beg at SC: Cor SWM' run W 241S Ernett D Ryan eaten. Will pay SOC Ph.Mlt .. built ,n eopliencet larje
ft to POB N 102 I ft. W 11011.. S Alfred A. McL.""" lilt for ,Interview /\.4t Owner larte lurmthed elf. It.n.' porch overlooking,
012 S ft. E 215 ft to Poe. Sec. II ciency Air tend ttonecroMAplt l.he. neet thoppmg eenlet endbeach
Twp M B R.. 20 E Secretary for local employmentwith . Ml .111 or MI I-lln. nice lendwoood lot all
those rulers who make million. the State Must be able -' Ibis tar only III. .MOTe
All of told property being In Collier{ County: Florlde and operate dictaphone, Sabal Shorts
" Criticism Written sires out of their relatives I Unless such cerlificote or certiticetot thai! be redeemed according to to thorlhtnd tyoe ......bl. but not required YEAR ROUND LIVING tee any eIS e above tall
would not have suffered this lew. the prooorty detcnbed therein will b. told to the highett" bidder Write O .... J4Itt Modern, one bedroom end .f VIVIAN OOa REALTOR OMVI.
ot the courthoute door. Collier County Courthoute. Building C on the '" or till ID 210JI 10'In'.rv. ticiency Apt furnished, TV Ave So Phone Ml J 4J4Aitocietet
problem. first Mondey: In August, 194 which i It August Ird 1'1104. .....___ 1171IEC'RETARY ablen" Monthly or year
fact for Is personal. Dated July I, 1944 lelpha H.,..
"This me Buralund
I MARGARET T. SCOTTCLIRK'a wend for thort round Ml 144)1 Kelly P.r end Den
Says CastroHAVANA ly very bitter. But I understandthat ( SEAL hand, typing and bookkeeping 5raca Av. $/ .tt FOR SALE -
, In U.S. Embassy this Is the price of being Clerk of Circuit Court ofCollior Permonent omitton. Q. H sf.R.gul.red / I b.dreom; completely furn epl Aperlmentt near the beech end
Counly. Florido Real I...,. Broker. TV ceble. air" cond,lioned 4 hopping center, cantitling of
at Domin. a revolutionary. July I, 10, 17 24, 1944 *I9S 411 tin It. No Ml 222/0. block. tram beech I block Irom 4 Coils, 1 completely, furmthed
(AP)-Prime Mln Castro appeared a "During the U.S. Civil War 4/24 stCoior.d - . .. M" Av. S MI 14070 4H end the other partly furnished
Ion Day reception Wednesday girl" mesa Pr ced to tell. good termt Cell
later Fidel Castro commenting families were divided. to baby tit Lovely' air conditioned elliciencv
night at the Canadian EmbassyIn many do cl.an.ng. I daye a eo.h.Phone . N Neplet Suitable I adult VIVIAN OGO REALTOR brepponlm.nt
the first time on the defection of their members NOTICE 0.
While some Ml 21431 before f or to show 124 ith
Alter Ioc. 1M I/ F.S.NOTICE |f>0 Mo yearly Ml I 2/S/11 to I
of his sister, Juanlta. Havana. talking with fought for the freedom of the IS HERESY GIVEN Shat P.1. Daub Nald.r I of IS. f0110wInIa. alter I */",!' or MI I JUT U11r/ Ave So Phone Ml. 1 4)4tMOOKINU

charged today that her bitter the Canadian ambassador for slaves others fought for Slav cerlihalo.'us' filed said c.Aihatu for Lai d.ed to b. is. penanced' weitrettet. .tlO. I SIOBOOM UNFUajNUHIO : *, kit Spr.n. .''. Or
about 30 minutes he summoned thu.oo. The certificate number of luuence' description' ,.",'t Rottouront tee HelenBaronl APT OMCIN ACRES MlI 1 kedreom, fMj bath, 5wmmie
denunciation of his regime was cry of property and name In which. .ss.ss.d.r. at follows I : 1/11.11 MM 1/II.If pool .cr..".. palls Cacellent
"written In the United States newsmen. of Lincoln's close rel. , marl..e. co..nt You
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Embassy In Mexico Asked about his sister Castro Certificate, Description of Property, Attotted to: Alternoono Profettional Hou.. and.pis .t .u......., .qully 'n .....n.' house 0' v..
City. atlves fought beside the South. -- Office Ml 2 M22. 1/Uf ,.,.. MI 1151111,1/ .nf land considered .. dawn
Castro said Juanlta's act was replied he had been expecting ern slaving armies. His enemies lob of 1962 Lot 27 Block I M/"nhne M Gilbert, Slellworth 70 140 |IM payment on this tine, retidenceCharlet .

"personally very bitter. But I tne question. hated him and slanderedhim 109 of 1912 Lot 32 Block I Mainline Sd a E. Madgen Furs I kdrm eplt Illicien. Coe. Reellor. The Holt.
understand that this Is the price He then took out paper and 1U of 1962 Lot 21 Block B Somlnol. M Harry E K..,," 14-Help Wanted Mats aiet TV Air" Cand >4> 4th (dey/ .'.\2 10 4th Ave t MI Shill
without and even mur.
pity lltfment .
and down notes. Aye So Ml 1 4111 ,
of pencil Jotted lit of IH2 Lot 24 Block B Wolh Sd Joe Hernandei .,
being a revolutionary. After possibly IS minutes he dered him ID of 1962 W.1/9 of NH' of NH of EH' of NWUj' C. Blackburn truck driver wanted for reula ,wns''.. I 1I..m .,.., 58-lots For Sale
He then referred to the U.S. read a asked "But that did not take away of NEM' Sec .. Twp 47 S Rse SC, work. gas d.lv.ry and ...t., Huge liwmi room' hitch
Civil War when he said statement news.men I .c,.. condition. worb Conl.el My.kba en end buss MI t miH.tlTradcwlnd
many from him the glory of being a . MI 11515 lot for tele M' Pine Ridge
to use It In full, and said II of I9t2 NH' of EH of WH' of NWI' of NEW L P Oat I D.a.oom 'U.o, "uaneyeel sup
families that of Pres. Phone'Ml'
Including (here would be no additional liberator of the slaves and the See I. Twp 47 1 Rfe 29 C. 1 eeree. C. L Blackburn 4/J nt H. pels or Children MI by t4H1 ownor 12400 >/>.jt
Ident Abraham Lincoln were greatest man In the history ol All of tald property being in Collier I County: Florida 11111 er MI t nn /ltl
divided questions permitted on the llnlett I such certificate or certificetet, thell bo redeemed according0 15-Sal.i Help Wanted FUR ROYAL LW22 Oil
subject.His the United States. law. the properly described, therein. will bo told to the highest. bidder ApaMmenlsLoyal1r leon Orve Per Sale. or Trade
"Many of Lincoln's close rel statement The Cuban press, radio and M the courthouse door. Collier County Courthoute. Building, C. on the Help, wanted Men or worn Apt I bedrm Porn: Write, 0 J Herbert. 2420 Pett.
atives fought beside the South. television has not yet mentionedthe firet Monday 'H.U.U'I. 1964 which, it August Jrd |1964. an to terve public" I000 lo near beech t thopping Yearly Road Darien. Conn
"Those statements were writ. Dated July I. 110 000 poMble:, ,Inleretlmgwork or monthly 11041 /2lll DRIVE
ern, slaving armies, Castro ten In the United States Embas. defection of Castro's sister. (.CLERK SEAL) MARGARET T SCOTT No eie :limit: t devt aweek 61117 bedroom furmihed eplKitchen large GORDON 100' 5 116'.l.. 1.500
declared. yeerly 5. Honetl hardworking liv.ne ,room welk inciotett
3 slipped out of sy In Mexico City. ------ Clerk.,.f Clrcu'l Court ofColli. and car :,it what coo No children, or pall MIa
Juanlta I. County Flerda need: for ihit potilion, Pleetedo 4/7 It UHIIIUAL large 10' 0 131' lot.m .
Cuba and Monday night ap. "They Include every Infamy Black Widow Spider July' 2. 10. 17. 24. 1944 41190 nol apply ,il you do not went" 01' Coquina '.n...
that the Imperialists have ere. to work Contact RobertSail.tile F
peared on a Mexico City lelevl. The poisonous black widow sales Na. 50' 110' lot In Ridge, LckotAree
ated against the Cuban revolu. FOR TAX DEED manager 49-Houtei For Rent ...
lion during which she In NOTICE OF pies Memorial Oardent. Venderbilt It.000. good I.'
program be recognized
spider can .
Sec l 10 41 14 I
read a slx.page statement ex. tlon."They did not have that the body is glossy black NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Ihel C. C Danford the tee holder dead of to MI" "" Custom built i bedroom. 2 beth. 124 tin. Ave So Ml 2441Attocietet
any scru. M.ofowng: certificates .hot f'led said certificates for a well largo .
plaining her defection with red hourglassshapedmark ,... .,. of Ittuence' the house on "Ih'J.
pies In resorting to low and re. a be nsued thereon. The certificate and years lot N,ce Terret Dan urgtund 2eipha' Heyro
Miss Castro said her brother the underside of the descr,alien of the .property, end the names In which. it was assessed ere 1100.. n/rigeralor and
pugnant procedures which! go on ; Need I.,..", ." for new product I. 4/f,In,t
his revolution and that ae followsCertificeto slow *'"
betrayed .
beyond the limits universally re. abdomen and. sometimes it No I3S 111 Veer of Issuance I'U not 'introduced, 10 Florida Iperienced lenin. Mt. 2 :IK) or"I MO
Cuba had become si "enor. spected. has tiny red spots along the Description' of Property: lots 19 and 41 Gulf Harbor, at recorded Plat up ly.o..ttietmen HU. Fol need Ltuderdele only. 112. 59-Acreage

mous prison surrounded by "If I would have been one of middle of the back. .""Neme'fn which JI. atsessed Out Harbor Corporation ;/.(IAit I bedroom house IurnSndI TV.
available' Adulte only 1
of Florida needs
cable Owner
water. All of said prorarty being in. the County of Collier Stale 0lesm.n DIITRESS'I
-- -- Unless such certificete er certif, ,catet shall. bo redeemed according I."CO" world MU ",,01 4/14,tf money'' 10 acres I4M tote
2J 40 csM.cIten Shuartlalet .
to law the prooerty described in such certificate or certificetet will be manager at Ingram Cheyroiet Hou. /aran' I bdrm? 1bait' price Collier ONn Reel Ettele -
; told to tho h:ghetl bidder et the court house door on the lirtt Monday 111 tf Vearl Ml 21909 Sundayt.
I in Month of August. ION. which ,it the Inday oAuWst I9s4 Lane v..rr"A '1 10 Calllull lilt tf
Doled ha. ,,d d.y of July. I9M, 24422 4Itf
Td loge I .4.Mi-; : I bulb un 10
CCLIRK'a aIAL acres high 4 dry lend 24
Clerk of Circuit Court of fun,."" ,houte. corner Men mile,' from courthoute MAR
Collier, County, Florida duet reed and Orchid" driveacrott LOWE S BECK
40) Ith Ave
: R01leae bbby liner, Ito Its 11be
jI{ I i1t'tlyv July I. 10. 17. 14. 1964 a1 IU 10041 S0t1) 1ltIMI.r per Trail mo brow Ph owner C ./col C South, Ml I I tool
tact f : m Miami MOhewk. 11220:
....,.. summer aweley 25LARGE
2/1 Almost' 3 acres toned apart
thorlhend workexperience
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED men Typing Hall WV mentt er duple. City
Ilephon' 0-
Sec .1911P. S ) .vtileble, Located |ot( ; the
/7,51 MOUSE
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that Gabriel' Lvff holder of the follow. 1.11/1 FURNISHED FOR RENT eetl Trait It mile .,bide city,
deed be cued thereon The certif,ceteHumbert ennlout I to tell.
tea t.rthcal.s' for a tea
tng I bedroomt. 1 baths. den Near lil'ilOwnpr
and yeert of itsuence' description of property and name m 23-Miie. For Sole Fshin. Pier end Ird Street !. __ ..7/3 -It
which assessed are enoilees' thopp Center. Ideel for bag Bill LOACM Salter
fern.ly 1140 monthly en year t'Vo 450 Ith Ave SouthNeplet.
Attetted t Round 4 .
Certificate Deter ption of Properly {001,1 gerd< Hoes.
i w ._ Fie
r4 r All sires lolortbought Coo be
: of 1917 Parcel SON .1-fr-N: Beg 400 ft Richard' N ToontondSo teperete- er polio do MILLER Reeltort ASSOCIATES Mldwey HillS
of and 179 Cor Sec eiCoed..d intteiled Phone far MI 22124
Ith Ava lo
ton II. all in Sec II Top lOa free ettimete. HOMECRAFTINDUSTRIES 101
Pee 25 E: effce MI 2211er 1/1)1 "IE TRACT
Ret Ml t UU. 1/21IM sly 440 Only 1940' off State
It of 194) S W'b of Nfi. of NE'. Sac. 21 WiHiam J. Ulrich Rd. 1150 full price
S Hie )l IEI .c 53-Llitin9 Wanted

174 of 1962 Lot 10 Rebecca Weeks Sd Rebecca Weeks 36-PeaonelALCOHOLICS VIVIAN OQO. REALTOR
klLL 171 of .1912 Lots S. 7 Block I Unit, I Naples Frances H Wilson' 124 Ith Ave Co Ml 14749Attaclatet

209 of 1942 Lot 21 Block 21 Unit 1. Naples ,Park Jose Oscar Men or women w,th drinkingproblem I have tuitablt lenantt for your Den Burglund Zelpho' Heyrc
Martin Hernandei Ate lor help. by can home one other dour.. lie rent Ill, frl.
211 of 1942 Lot 21 Slock 42 Unit I Naples Perk George R Warding ins Ml. 24111 V'..,.'. card.ellywelcomed tit Lit them with ml. '
Meet.ngt .n Fuss 024 tth. Avo S. Ml I 14749 ACRtAQtt
4 24> of 1912 So 10 ft of No 100 ft of lots C It ..p,.., Church Annea on .,,, VIVIAN OGG REALTOR
NamesAll :
...1 Block: II Tier 10 Naples Nora tt frvr0'wMov..45otjCftifS.,
at Its Ave ... and
Fn' 0 U'tM" ASSOCIATES MI" 11*.
of said property being. in Colder County FloridaUnlett . ogStI De n Burgtunej, 7.iphs. > H.y"T4Tr.do ..
such. certificeto certificetet shell, be redeemed according to
1>w Ihe ,,,....,y described Iherein will be sold II the SgSest, bddorat 33-Sefvi Offered
.VM Telephoto) the. court_.. ._. Coils" County Cou""OU". Iu4dinl C en the or Sell 62-Bu$in.is Property
/rsl Mande '. Ageat. 1964. which is August 3rd. 1)64.
of Public Satellite No I was obtained at Tile end Terreiio floor reconditioning 3 bed'room cuelom built
THIS IS IT' First look at a full-scale model 0.1.4 July 3. 1944. "MARGARET SCOTT by ITONECRAFT. home H.., new town beech ondCethrlwj 't' a I 150' ."'."_ lot. SMIM
where the relay device Is being built It Is DUITRIES Mach.naacrIwsa Traifa EM Mora
falif .
t:Its church Whet bays you
Ain-raft ulver IClRN'SEAL( )
Hughes : .
now n will appear In 1965. In its permanent spate Clerk; of Circuit Court of olrppieeras., l end eolith ret in town or .5.11 Write Collier Ales.o/br-I brokorrwrTf
In photo at left Drawing rijsiir ihow by '-0''"'' County, Florida damal! and "' /'J' Office' c/ News. pea inr A.M. Collier Count!
;, Jlwn -300 mile. JOOI':. earth Thi'v: is the project being n"nn.d jointly July 1 l 10 17 24. 1944 :191 'MI' 02702. Rm. Mt/ h1SS21,1)4 U7S,1o1 Nw--!2._ _______ I/U.ot, Yr

v immunications' firms and the pubh /





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10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, Ji,| 19atIi. Golden Gate's Reports On MAC Meeting

1 I Open House Set tRaA i Jung Stresses ImportanceOf

For July 15thGulf a

, American Land Corporation Community Development

MAi iSLAN L Dq plans an open house pro-
R I Ia gram on July 15. to give visi- : Brigadier General c.!. Jung great Importance and similar to
! xvtl tors a look at activity In Golden has just returned from a two. those experienced by other

Gate, C.E. Jung, director of day meeting of the Military Affairs growth areas. We should profit

planning announced today. Committee of the State by the experience of oth.rs"and

s / The first development phaseof Chamber of Commerce at Coo Insure appropriate planning is
+ t t Golden Gate Community Is coa Beach The committee meet undertaken

substantially completed. Including v' ; ing included some 75 wellJtnown Jung continued that this would

the clubhouse,motel units military or civilian members appear to be an area in which
from all counties in Florida.Of the Naples Chamber of Com.
and six model homes Jung said.
particular Importance at merce and other civic groups
A local firm, Naples Floor could participate. "Collier
the meeting Jung said, was a
Coverings, Is carpeting the motel presentation given by the East County has a requirement for a

and model homes. Model home Central Florida Regional; Planting more extensive planning office,

furnishing by Naples Furniture \ Council pertaining to the either by augmenting the

r and White Furniture of Fort My -_ social and economic impact of county engineers office

ers will start Monday, he said. NASA and Cape Kennedy. Included or establishing this function

..." Lou Clerlco Interior decorator V in this presentation was as an Independent office.
a9 of Miami will begin decorating an outline of a program the Certainly the creation of a long

t the clubhouse Tuesday with council has launched concern range master plan dealing with
; ing the immediate Impact of rapid social economic, Industrial and
HEFTY TARPON was caught by Mrs Margaret the West Coast Furniture of Naples -

L. Byrd of Marco Snook Hole Motel 1 on 30poundtest providing the drapes. {1A representative growth predicted counties in seven desirable.administrative factors is highly

line with pinfish bait, and took one hour and City roads are undergoing final This plan Included: develop. "Collier County officials are
ten minutes to land. Mrs. Byrd was fishing with grading with paving scheduledfor HIS FUTURE UNCERTAIN I An elderly Arab prcton.r ponders hit futures ment of adequate water resour. working with the Florida De.

Bobbie Reddish (left) and her husband Andrew next week. Landscaping of he wets to be questioned by officials of the government farmed In Zantibar after bloody ces, air facilities, highway pro. vetopmpnt Commission in pre.

(right), in a 111 ;I-foot dinghy at night. The small the entire area Is well under coup toppled the old regime He was one of several Arab prisoners held for questioning' gram, rapid transit feaslbllltj paring a development program,''

boat had to be balanced by the men, shifting way. Installation of the golf study Industrial resources potential Jung said. "However, there
course Irrigation system continues commercial area devel. should be more evidence of public
weight, while Mrs. Byrd was pulled from stem to
needs development Interest in of the
,Jung said. opment, housing support county
stern by the battling tarpon and review of housing policies activities."
Suburban development has not
been neglected. Two additional It's The Law Of The Land and basic research studies

weir contracts have been awarded by the University of Florida and
Florida State University on overall ,
Funnel Cloud
one of which goes to Abbott to "join this effort to bring Jus. to partlcpate in conferences on social and economic devel.
Red China SwitchesHer Brothers. The Geltz Paving Co. (Continued from page 1)) tlce and hope to all our people putting the law Into effect. opment. Sweeps Over

!Is now completing two miles of he said "The principles of our Mississippi Gov. Paul Johnson AFL CIO President George General Jung stressed that

road per week Jung continued. freedom forbid It. Morality for. said at Jackson that he expects Meany said signing of the law while CollierCountydevelopment Plant City

He reported that Congress Inn bids it, And the law I will slgi "some real trouble" when Ne. "represents a challenge; to "cannot compare with the tremendous PLANT CITY (AP) A fun.
Policy In AsiaBy management representativeshave tonight forbids It." groes seek desegregation of pub. American society a challenge growth of the Cape area net cloud bowled over three
lie accommodations in that state that calls for the full reali.
visited the site. The motel Even as the President spoke there Is, nevertheless an economic house trailers Thursday Injuringtwo
facility is designated as theGolden Gov. Johnson was suggestingthat under provisions of the new zatlon in fact of the rights now and social expansion under women and four children
WILLIAM L. RYAN United States looking toward at law. Answering a question at a established by law. The trade local and
Gate Congress Motel. operators ol way which Imposes on Two other funnel clouds were
AP Special Correspondent least temporary removal of the public accommodations should news conference, the governor union movement, like every oth. county authorities, problems of reported in southwest Florida
Communist China appears to fuse from the Asian bomb defy the law so Its constitution. said he did not think restaurantand er segment of American life, but no other damage.
wind hint thata hotel owners should comply must do Its part In meeting that
be reworking its strategy In Straws in the allty can be tested. The damaging winds struck
Asia careful gradual Red Chinese CORE Director Asked at a news conference with the law. He said many people challenge; seven miles north of Plant City.

Peking 1* cut off from insur. about-face Iscomlng, despite all whether he thought restaurant feel the law is unconstltu. Mayor Albert Boutwell of Supersonic Jet One trailer rolled over twl< eand

anci of Soviet military protec. the recent talk from Peking Bill Is No and hotel owners and the like tlonal and "!t should be testedin Birmingham, Ala., said, "No. landed on Its top. The Injuries
tlon. B is denied economic. about dangers of war In the Says should comply with the new the courts." body will bother the Negroesas were not serious
Com Viet Nam situations Roy Wlllclns, executive secretary long as they seek remedies Crashes 2 DeadMADRID
operation by most of the Laos and law, the governor said: "I don t An air line pilot| also reported
munlst bloc. Now It seems to If victory for communism In 'Magic Carpet'KANSAS think they should of the National Association available to them under the seeing a funnel.shaped I'loud.
for the Advancement of Colored new law." Spain (AP) An
be getting ready for a retreatto Laos and Viet Nam
In other of trade mark of :a tornado III that
prepared diplomatic J pnsl.tlons. if there had been a def. parts the South, People, and the Dr. Martin Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. of At. American pilot and his Spanish
Inlte vacuum to be occupied CITY, Mo. (AP) however, businessmen and com Luther King Jr., head of the lanta said that for the last 100 air force officer passenger; were area. Another was reported near
The civil rights bill, signed on munlty leaders expressed a will. killed today in the crash of a Dover .a few miles west of Plant
Southern Christian Leadership years the Negro has had to
If Ret I Red Chinese could have
It would be no surprise the
Ingness to aud I :a third touched down
opening day of the 22nd an. go along with the new supersonic U.S. jet fighter City,
China sought talks with the been expected to act aggressive.ty. Conference indicated their learn to be a courteous and paUte
nual .onventlon of law even If northeast of Fort Myers.
( the Congressof they don't ilkeeit. demonstration night.
during a
groups will speed tests of com loser, and "now the Negro
Racial Equality, "Is no magic The President announced he .. be Witnesses said the Northrop Meanwhile, a moderate east
But It was another matter pllance and go to court if nec. has the responsibility to a ,
when the Chinese found their carpet that's going to take us Is nominating Leroy Collins, sary. courteous, gracious and law. FIB jet crashed alongside the erly wave was reported moving
to the land the 700 through the Windward Islands.A .
promised former of either while attemptinga
toughness countered with Amer. governor Florida to Wllklns called the law the abiding winner." runway
CORE delegates were told by direct the community relations Carts of human landing or making a low pass Navy reconnaissance plane
Now there are lean toughness, when President their national director, Jaiies service established by the law "Magna over the field. flew Into tte area of bad

Johnson warned that the United Farmer and that he Is appointing an ad. .King said Thursday was "a York Won't Be Air units of the North Atlan. weather after It was spotted bya
States was willing to risk war
"We hive a responsibility now visory committee to assist him. tlce Treaty Organization In Eu. Tiros weather satellite.
great day for America and a
to protect Southeast Asia. to test this bill In every place of Collins is stepping out as presi. great day for democracy Home For July 4th rope are to be equipped with Two other easterly waves In
doubtful that In
It Is
public accommodation, North dent of the National Associationof NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) the FIB the Caribbean had weakened
Washington believed Mao TM.tung's and South," he said in a key. Broadcasters to take the post. Gov. George Wallace of Alabama Sgt. Alvin York Medal of Honor The Spanish air minister, sev. considerably soul I were no long.

regime wanted to go to note address Thursday night The final act in the congres. said: "I believe the legislation winner in World War I, will not eral subordinates and top.rank. er onsldered imteitUI tropical|
war with the United States over
.alonal civil rights drama came Is unconstitutional and if be going home from the hospital log air force officers had been storms.
Indochlnese real estate or that
man only three hour earlier when unchallenged will result in the for the July Fourth week. Invited to fly in the jet.
Mao really wanted to provoke reputed to detest all for.elgners 1.11'mnnMi'
I I the House voted, 289 to 126, to destruction of individual libertyand Northrop officials here identified .
confrontation with Including Russians told end.York
a Japanese accept the Senate's amend freedom In this nation." 76, was being preparedfor the American pilot as Don RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
Americans with reporter that China
particularly no
was ready to ; rnents. He made the declaration in a the 'retut'fi' hip to hUTsOI Papfsh, J2, of suburban Los An. LICENSE T7T
of automatic Soviet Improve relations
support.guarantee with any nation, and "the Spectators packed (In 'the'galilerles telegram to Secretary of Commerce Malls Tenn., home Thursday gelas a ,test pilot for Northrop.He DURING YOUR 1 *
United some even sitting oil the/ Luther K. Hodges In declining When doctors noticed he had a is survived by his wife
U there Is no In States Is no exception. BIRTH MONTH
easy victory ,. stairs clapped and Invitation fever... " children In California.'
Laos and South Viet Nam, then Chen called the question ,of 'sides''. In cheered an, by Hodges slight and
sneakers on both vldla.
perhaps Red China, faced with Formosa, held by the National.1st tion ..
of the House rules But with
POLAROIDColor enormous Internal problems and Chinese the key issue In
the members busily clappingand
anxious to build the eronomy, U.S..Chllrllatlon.., but add.
cheering their .
own spokes.men
might go for the sort of neu. ed that 'the Chinese govern
PackCameras no effort was made to qui.
trallratlon the French are talk. ment repeatedly has expressedIts
et the crowd.
log about, though they likely willingness to settle the Stno.

would balk at neutralizing Com. U.S. dispute" The basis,of FIRST TEST

munlst North Viet Nam. course, would be U.S. withdraw The first test came In Kansas atemenfcAnOF
al of military protecton from
President Charles de Gaulle City t minute after the contro.
seems to have been trying to Chiang Kal..hek' regime on verslal blU became law. The

advise the United States that Formosa test failed at the time but It
maintenance of the situation as Red China said Chen never laid the groundwork for compliance .
It Is today In Indochina Is not would accept the theory, of
"two Chinas." The Nationalists
going to war for but
A boy
IJ.year-old Negro
that It would be worth going to|;don't accept It, either At the turned down Thursday, got a,
to same time, Chen said Peking
war maintain a neutralist so. haircut In the basement bar.
lutlon that could be patient about getting
holds back Red ex. bershlp at the Muehlebach Hotel .
Into the United Nations, and he
panslon. where the Congress of Racial
The Soviets seem to sniff guardedly forecast a change In
Equality Is holding its national .
THE NEW something new from Peking the U.S. attitude which someday convention. BANK of EVERGLADESImmokalee
and Moscow sounds might lead to recognition of
Eugene; Young of Jackson,
than ever at Red China. Poislb. Peking claims Miss., received a )2 haircut .

For the budget buyer ly the Russians worry that Pe. Americans no longer seem when the barbershop opened.An .
shocked as they would have
king might be off and running early morning conference FloridaAt
Thin new mummy uli/lrd. been a few years ago-by talk ,
diplomatically all
Color 1'1I1'k 11 (the Automatic stealing the Kremlin's by thunler Itself, of negotiating with Red China. between a CORE official and the Close of Business June 30, 1964
the hotel
G'ee'! It management pavedthe
lull) euttt I \ Some that such
are saying
makes the same pout curd l and slamming the Asian door way for the test after the
talks If they had no other vlr.
In the Russian face ,
use color picture in 00 boy was refused service earlieron
wronda, black and white The Soviet press tells Peking tue, might; postpone a showdownfor the ground that the shop was

put urea in only lOneumdn, It Is playing a "dangerous po. yean and provide a period booked up. It operates on an appointment
The transistorized nhut' lltical game" which violates of trace In which to await world basis.REACTION.
ter makes perfect outdoorexpueurca proletarian Internationalism developments.The RESOURCES LIABILITIES
for both color The Kremlin Interprets that U.S. election campaignthis
and black and white f Dim, can becloud the Amer. I Stock
phrase to mean that Moscow year Loans and Discounts Capital $ 175,000.00
Indoors, the nhulter lan Reaction to the new civil
lean But
foreign policy picture.
rend the* during light the and Hush net expoHur of. calls Part all of the this Communist dangerous shots game the elections will be over in No. rights law ranges; from praise of (including $419.76 overdrafts) 1494868.23 Surplus 175,000.00

a ttanhbulb The Color was, by Chinese admission a vember Meanwhile there may the legislation as a "Magna United States Bonds .. 2,117,03318 Undivided Profits 113140.04
Pack 11 weigh leu than at "brlnksmanship." While be some thinking that the bull Carta of human rights" to a pre

moat Jj: mm camera, go all this was going on, there should be taken by the horns, diction of "real trouble" ahead. County and Municipal Bonds 114,042.63 Deposits:

loud In itevcn seconds, were hints from Peking that It so that at least one political re. President Johnson, who signedthe House Time
and has a new limplitled to talk even with allty that Is Impending will not law shortly after Congress Banking 212,000.00
film teleitor, (Heat of ull, was United willing stales have the look of disaster for completed action on it Thursday Furniture and Fixtures 132,533.70 Savings 403192.83
It la the camera for the the appealed to all Americans
budget minded buyer, Foreign Minister Chen VI, a American policy, Accrued Interest and Demand 3040,02615 3,655,218.98

a Other Resources 42778.53 Reserves Unearned Discount

Cash on hand and due and other Liabilities 79,488.52from

Phil Brunk New PresidentOf Banks 296.591.27) ------

----- Total liabilities 4197847.54

Total Resources _ $4,197,847.54

County Insurance BodyAt SAVE TIME BANK BY MAIL

Its regular June meeting available dual-control: cars for Oldest Bank in Collier County

THE FAMOUS 100 the Collier County Assoclatlonof use In the cause and supplying
Insurance Agents elected officers Insurance coverage on the vehicles Bank Opened For Business July 7, 1923
For more versatilityThe used.

Automatic 10,' it", Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
thone . The association has sponsored
on hand for ngveraatilityandelegan
I I Ii the school-boy patrols later Your Community Service Bank
styling, The trannml: not ; taken over b>' the Sheriff's Department

shutter in this earner .. awards scholarshipsat v r.

greater capacity, ran <1 I", the High School and at Edison t
everything the Autorn! 1
101 can do, pi.* m a I" ) Junior College, and maintainsan
black and white Ind.",r annual contribution to the Naples ... ""
picture Htthuttl/ Hash and Community Hospital.
automatic time UJIi"urllo

up to several neconcU furonly The group of agents keeps the t
I a little more, you run rJmuNrITTIr e 1
own the :must: auvumi :d public advised Important ch.nges -
camera in the world ner; In farms of protection and

) other matters affecting the policies nR---

they may hold and :strives

NaplesCamera through the Rating Bureaus to

maintain rates In this area at

Shop the most economical level

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The county association Is affiliated M4 bV i ,
Year Phtr with the Florida Association -

837 5th Avenue), So. peen In- of Insurance Agents of which

Midway 2.2965 driver- Leonard H. King Is a director,
and with the National Association -
classes In
I :"." '" of
\ in making Insurance Agents.

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