Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00199
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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 7, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079904
Volume ID: VID00199
Source Institution: University of Florida
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b 1t }, slop this morning ordered"full airy before the complete right further efforts to build the north
speed ahead" In efforts to acquire of.way has been acquired leg of the Pulling Road. This new
!' rlehts.of.wijr for the Napl.f.Fort PULLING road has a number 1 spot on the
Lauderdale cross.state highway, prlorty list, and extends from
other action taken the
commonly referred to is Alllga. by South Street In North Naples,
I Commission
Y .!Q tor Alley. at this morning'sCession northward to the north Immoka.lee .
I It was ordered that the
County Engineer Harmon Turn. Road.
State Road
Department be ad.The
The delay wasorderedbecauseof
er reported to commissioners
that about eg per rent of the right stipulations which the Mana.t. .
tl. 4 6jwrMw' of.way had been assured by deeds .. Fruit Co. encompassed In a
already filed with: the County. A deed for rlghts.of.way which had
Latest efforts to at rlghtsof. been presented to the Com mil..Ion. .

way, Turner reported were In ne. .
" County Attorney James R. Adams
gotUtloits with Lee Tidewater Cy. -
press Co. for a stretch across the and attorneys for the SRD
county of between five and six agreed the stipulations would put
miles The firm had Indicated or the two agencies In "the drain.
i1! willingness to grant rights.of.way Ie business," an area In which
:: but sought additional Informationon By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS neither! had any Intention of en.

.. .... ... access from Its holdings to terin,.
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Alligator Alley which Is planned MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay The SRD will be asked to dls.
TRANQUIL SCENE in the heart of Naples. Photographer snapped this ss a limited access highway. (CAP) Sources close to Joao continue further steps toward

pictuio on a quiet Sunday morning on the shore of a like just a atone's Turner was authorised along Goulart reported today that the building the road until a satis

throw from the busiest section of the city Overhanging fronds provide with assistants the department, deposed Brazilian president If factory deed can be obtained.
attracts frame for the Ridge Lakes picture. (McGrath photo) to meet with Lee Tidewater Cy. suffering from t liver ailment. Turner reported that only about
press and Iron out details holding The sources said the Illness three deeds were yet to be ac.
up deeds. was not serious and denied a quired to clear the rlghl.of.way

Turner was authorized! to pro. report from Rio de Janeiro that for the entire stretch.
ceed "with considerable latl.Ooi'trt' had suffered a heart The south leg of the Pulling

r yes,4.. Meany To Urge Romney Fails To Aid tude"acquire as all rapidly right-of-way.as possible The to attack. Road Street, .xt.ndln.outb In North Naples from to South Join

asked Turner to with Airport Road lsacheduledto
GOP To DisavowBarry's Commission
be under construction In the near
wti. 'Platform'SAN have a detailed report for the last AMMAN Jordan (AP-IX.: future '
Scranton On regular meeting In July on pro.Premier Bahjet Talhounl, who
gress made, and agreed at that Has been chief of King Hua.sola's .
time to set a date limit on ne.coUation. royal cabinet will forma
FRANCISCO (AP- $en. Barry Goldwater's apt ,
WASHINGTON (AP)-George Michigan\ Gov. George Romney parent grip on the Republican The Commission.. Is aware that new Jordanian government. Skeeter Budget
AFUC10 president reportedly
Meany, with nomination.
failed to line up today presidential
some small property owners may
will urge Republican Pennsylvania Goy. William W. Scranton's backers also were NAIROBI Kenya
be damaged In granting rights- Held For
platform-makers Wednesday to In line for another set. Parilament Up
Scranton for a stop .Goldwater reported of-way and appraisals need to be member of Kenya's
pledge strict civil rights Sen.enforcement GOP platform declaration that back In a ruling by Rep. Kath. made. It was directed that such has charged Britain with a
and to repudiate the new civil rights law Is con. erlne St. George R.N.Y., the appraisals be made as quickly aspossible. "cunning and deliberate plan" Further Study
Barry Goldwater's righUo-work ..'stttutlooal. convention parliamentarian, to win Somali tribesmen In

views. L.. In ah advance text of his re. that rules of the House of Rep. It Is expected that some "or. Kenya to the side of Somali i Naples Mosquito Control Dts.
Meany who Is leavlnj todaySgo' marts furnished the convention rosontatlves will govern convtn. rebels, who hare been. raiding trlct commissioners conducted t
"appear before the GOP plata platform committee lot I."ion actions. The platform.com rUagea along. ,Kenya's north"-* puUll hstftejc yesterday on the. "
form committee In San Fran Wednesday appearance, Rom tntttee adopted similar rules Public Hearing esdranM.r. 'castrlct's1 ptoposed lf".( budget .
deco, will ask that the party nay did not mention the eonstl. Monday night Of im.lBS, but delayed ap.
campaign on the promise to put tutlonal declaration Scranton's The parliamentarian's ruling TOKYO proving It until they obtain more
CROWDS GATHERED the beach at sunset of the new would that Melvln (AP) Japan paid
on enforcement rights forces obviously had chosen as mean Rep On Guest Houses I out $35.3 million In World WarD Information
Saturday to watch the big fireworks show from law In the hands of "people who a vehicle for a convention floor R. Laird, R.Wls., chairman of reparations In fiscal 1983 Though the district has all but

I the end of the fishing pier. Spectators looked high mean business; sources said. fight they believe might torpedo the platform committee, would, Tomorrow At 9 bringing the total paid so far. committed Itself to undertakingsome
Shaping the dvll rights plank control the time and designate'
multi-colored aerial mosquito fogging
over their heads to see the bright, to $447 million, the Foreign
will be one of the committee'stouchiest the speakers on both sides for
next year, the board has not yet
fireworks rattled win Ministry announced
displays, and the exploding Council will hold a pub. today.
chores. convention debate City
Bryant To Meet any proposed decided whether to rent a plans)
Japan has agreed to
dowse all along the beach. (NEWS photo) Although most congressional: amendments to his com. lie hearing tomorrow at 9 a.m. pay a or Invest upwards of $20,000 In
.I total of almost one billion dol.
Republicans voted for the civil With Collins On mlttee's platform recommenda.tlons. at City hall on the BO.pagi I lars In reparations and econom. buying and equipping one.

rights bill, Goldwater, who has proposed revision of the ion Ic assistance to Burma Cam. The board's rent-or-buy ....
the party's presidential nomln. Civil Rights Laird Is opposed to plat. Ing ordinance. ,
any bodla, Indonesia, Laos the Phil. claim will be made when more
Teacher-Aid anon almost In his grasp, voted form declaration about the Owners of so-called "guest ,
TALLAHASSEE AP con. cost figures become available.
( ) Goy Ipplnes and South Viet Nam for
I' against It. He argued that he yarns Bryant said today he stltutlonallty of the civil rights houses" are expected to attend damage they suffered as a result Some figures were consideredat
believed some of its provisionswere would meet with a federal dele bill.! Goldwater who has more this hearing, and voices may be of Japanese military actions yesterday's meeting, which
unconstitutional. But the than votes raised In protest to the revls.
Friday to discuss puttingthe enough delegate to was attended by four citizens
Program OKdThe Arizona senator has said he gallon civil rights law Into effectIn win the nomination unless they ed ordinance's provision that and three reporters.The .
would enforce the law If elected Florida. slip away, voted against the would prohibit further construe board also is waiting for
president.On Issued a statement legislation In the Senate on the tlon of guest houses on lots of GENEVA (AP)-The treasur. a more definite tax roll figureto
The County School Board In 5230 per month for 10 months another Issue, Meany will Bryant grounds that the public accom. less than 30,000 square feet. er of Algerian President AImed \. come from Tax Assessor Sam

regular session yesterday after- The classroom aids will be paidat ask the committee to pledge repeal saying"At the suggestion of the modatlons and equal employ Another provision of the re. Ben Bella's ruling National Gelding's office. Last week,
of federal labor ment vised ordinance would outlaw the Liberation Front -I'LNIIYI
of a section sections were unconlitu.tianal Coldlng gave district director
teacher's the
noon approved a "teacher-aid" substitute pay rate- President I have granted
law which permits the display of signsadvertlslngguest he took most of the party's
Brandt Watson a rough estimated
program to be Implemented at $10 per day for those without states to enact rtghMo-work request of Secretary of Commerce In houses for rent or I..... The funds -11.1 million and will lM.250OOOasthenon-exempt

the Naples Senior High School college training $12 for those laws, the sources said. Luther Hodges for" anappointment Washington, Goldwater'scampaign DenlsonKltchell Zoning and Planning Board,which not give It back while Ben Bells valuation of property within the

next fall as a pilot experimen- with some college work, and $15 These laws, on the books in here Friday.Collins for. said manager there will be a worked for nearly two yearson remain in power.Mohammed recently.expanded district.

tation. It will cost about $8,000 per day for college-trained peo- 20 states Including Arizona out "Director LeRoy of Florida,, and fight If efforts are made to put the zoning revisions, said Khlder told a The tax roll figure will !nflu.
The board, following the recommendations ple. Students will receive payat ) law union shop contracts be. merly former governor Gov. Buford Ellington of the constitutionality Issue In the rental of guest houses In single news conference Monday he Is end the mlllage the district levies -
of Senior High $1 per hour for their work tween labor and management. Tennessee will accompany the platform "I'd welcome that family residential districts was prepared to give the money to In the coming year. Based
Principal Wallace Woodruff with Woodruff reported that an exhaustive Goldwater has Introduced leg. secretary" kind of fight," he said. a corruption slngte.famlly ton. "revolutionary forces opposingBen on the tentative tax roll total and

County Superintendent W.D.Reynolds study had been made tslation, sharply opposed by theAFUIO. "The conference apparently Laird Is understood to have Ing.There Bella." budget total, a mlllage between
concurring authorized the In schools where such programs to ban the dosed shop will have to do with their plans argued with Romney against are many other amendments 1.2 and 1.3 might be anticipated.The .
in states which permitIt to the coning code, and the current rate Is Just below one
appointment of a clerical assis- had been initiated to relieve except for an Implementation In Flor. proposing action on the eonstl MEXICO crrr (APJ) The
revised ordinance Is a documentof
under their own laws mill. Of the tm.SJS budget
tant in the office and two class teachers of nonInstructionalduties. Ida of civil rights legislation. tutlonallty question 60 legal.slted There earthquake that rocked Mexl. local!
pages 130,833 Is to be financed by
room teacher aids. Some students . are Indications that it may take co'. Pacific coastal state of
taxes. To help the district meet
will Reynolds laid that at least one Ouerrero took 31 lives, the .
alsobeemployedlntheprogram. more than one day to hold the gov.ernmont costs of running the dty.county
elementary school In the county Another One Due public hearing City Attorney says, but no damageor sanitary landfill, the City Is ask.
The clerk assistant to keep attendance had made a request for non-in- David Splngler said each para. casualties were reported In ed to contribute: n.100 and the
records and record structlonal help. The board graph or Item In the revised the crowded resort of Acapulco county (3,600. The other tit,
grades will receive a salary of agreed that the Naples Senior code will be read and consider, The quake early Monday was 192 will come from state funds

High would serve as a pilot pro- Buoy Back In Place At Fish ReefA ed Alter In turn.the hearing Is over the felt capital both city In Acapulco 175 miles and In to this the PROTESTSThe

Kingmaker Role gram for one year before any ordinance will have to be readIn northeast Buildings swayed In prospect of aerial fogging
other action Is taken. Mexico City but damage was drew a protest from Joel Ku.
Not Ike's Aim, The program will cost about ,/ : : f ,iih.if\ . bouy marking the south end Council entirety meetings and approved before at two light and only one man was erberg, Caribbean Gardens.
of taking
reef Is
the off-shore In
Tells WriterNEW $8,000 overall, and the board will : ; '. ; -: place and arother will! be bobbing effect. slightly injured (Continued n sage J)
add that the 1964- ,,1 .
amount to
;!: . '. _,'. ,,....' at the north rnd Just as soon as
65. budget If found necessary I ,.. ,. , , It arrives from the Texas
YORK (AP) Dwight '. v. -ri"f " '',''" ..''''' supply _
D. Eisenhower Is quoted by NEW POST : OJ" house ,'
Norman Cousins, editor of the ,J"' George Lowe and eon Henry .W": ..... ..
Saturday Review as saying The board also authorized combined efforts over the week
"The last thing In the worid I employment of a supervisor of end to get the south end markerIn )
wanted to do In my retirementwas Instruction, material and research : place. Bob Snowball sup. 'I't.Jfi1'k
to try to run a political or center. This followed '" piled the anchor and chain. The
ganlzatlon or give orders or study of an organizational chart Outboard Marine Corporation t 7r
pull strings. detailing responsibilities and duties furnished the boat to do the Job

The July 11 Issue of the mag. of all those In charge of the Triangulating from the shore,
salve carries an account of an the Lowe team located the pod. :
Interview that Cousins had with county school system. The organizational tlon where the bony should go,
the former president at Ms chart had been pre- then checked for accuracy with

Gettysburg, Pa., home June 28. pared In co-operation with the young Lowe, donning his scuba
Cousins wrote that Republican State Department of Education. gear and dropping to the bottom
presidential aspirants and A full-time attendance officer In about 23 feet of water. The ,
their supporters have beset Eisenhower will be employed In Immokalee spot was troUed with the senior 4 t'' ra

In attempts "to capture to keep the dally attendance average Lowe manning the boat on the to. (i e
the favor of a man who up. Regular attendance, by surface. ?
has no desire to direct or become students raises the amount of Henry reported the water
around the reef clouded with vl.slbillty .
enmeshed in partisan pel. ,
state funds paid on the average
Weal warfare" a scant 10 to IS feet He
Eisenhower Is quoted as say dally attendance. reported some of the old -ar
Board member Rogers -
log E.George bodies were pretty well covered
"Trying to dictate who them said "Regular attendancenot with underwater growth while
&a should be who .would offer only returns more money to ethers were without cover and
himself to the voters for the the county but keeps children inschool showing signs of deterioration
which is Important. He reported "lots of snapper "
most important Job In this country l. more ,
Is completely out of keeping ." a few sheephead and a threeto J1
with what I want to door, four root pilot nab t lid!cattlll(
what I _, -J the presence of larger flab whict may become a common
Indeed believe anyone
has the right to fla." IIIEtEr ... were not spotted. ar.:a in future nummers if Mosquito Control Board decide to embark
Cousins reported: "He said "Little too dangerous alonedown on full-scale aeiial program. Public hearing on 1964-65 mosquito bud.
he was not a king maker. He \ rOUR BUOY is In place marking the south end of the there to check fishing pos. get, which include $20,000 for purchase of a plane wa held] yesterday

didn't believe the party was a lemon uaiatDume ( flatting' reef and a marker for the north end i* ,Sibllties" said young Lowe. nfteinoon, but th? board made no decision on buying a plane at that

one-man affair. Onewnan rule \ YOURBNJHHOHJH coming IUMIII, Shown ix Henry Lowe. scuba diver The senior Lowe eaiu two 'tic District has spent about $7,000 to rent Lee County DOS (shown)

Ot him anything" was obnoxious to who ''wlrwcl l pln| +"e the marker wtr the weekend, tours par* vibe were t,*"on< ,i order"hurt, a at'' three early-morning fogging run In recent week (McGrath photo).


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Fight AgainstBobby'Oaker TALLAHASSEE: (AP) ;,1, ,
Find Russia Resembles who attended the hear. Comptroller Ray Green ,M
ing. Kuperberg said he was con.
I cerned with the long-term detrl.men' ,
dttlon showed conttnu ,
*! effects and I

U.S. In Many RespectsEDITOR'S frequent distribution of mosquito p WASHINGTON (AP) Sen- strength fiscal period during the 1963 ,
I Insecticide would have on wildlife ,
R NJ. today
and human beings. Clifford P. Case, to The new and expanded t ,
urged the attorney passed by the 1963 lejlslat
NOTE Preston Despite Communist efforts to "I'm as concerned about losing t bring suit In an effort to force j produced more than $471 mllII'] I
Grover, for aw years Assod. provide bread and circuses, life my children as I am about losing Bobby Baker to turn over to the > '
(for general revenue f> ,
ated Press chief of bureau In Is drab for most people. In an the birds at the Gardens, Ku. the government the money he .ald. I
Moscow reports on aspects of organised sort of way, the Com. perbert said. He asked the made while on the Senate payroll The total of $471,131,17
life In the U.s.s.R., In the first munlst party tries to do some board not to buyaplan.thi.y.ar lii4a than a I
to"hsveayear'sexperience'f j$1,026,173 more was e '
of four articles. about colorful but be com.
thing It. The "Bobby Baker can
mated for the period, he j
with done
fogging by rented
church holidays and ceremonieshave action to pay
pelled in a civil 20.7 cent
planes Idl IdlLuL It ran per higher J
Soviet Life I almost disappeared from over to the United States every fiscal
the previous period.
By PRESTON GROVER ;Soviet life and there is a frantic "If you buy a plan..you'11hav.to penny he has made through the sales ,
said the and
MOSCOW (AP-U you don't effort to find something to re. justify buying by fogging with use of Ms Influence and the Green I s

look too closely this country U ;place them, for there Is a slight it," Kuperberg said. "If I had prestige of his office," Case tax produced than $230,091,73 above I
druthers, we wouldn't have more $100,000 i t'l''
In many respects almost like drift back religious, ways. my said In a statement estimate Fourteen other .
the United States. In many others "We Invite you to create new aerial fogging. Case also renewed his attack rc .
It Is not. holidays and make them gay He said that people should re. on what he termed the "Inade. nut producing taxes also top

Far more people go to the and festive," said the labor pa. cognize the full ramificationsof quate and timid" Investigation the estimate
the 1964.65 fiscal ]
movies than to church. You buy per, Trud this spring. "Let aerial fogging "You should of Baker's affairs by the Sen. For year
said the .
your food In stores, meat from there be new and beautiful rituals consider the possible damage ate Rules Committee (Green general rever.j.l

the butcher bread from the In factories, towns and done by covering thousands of "The entire effort thus far has :fund was expected to receive
baker and shoes cloth, wastebaskets mines the said. It acres with insecticide." He won. '$488,700,000 or 3.6 per cent mon I
paper urged the ring of an Investigation'
the total for the 1983.6period. .'|
and aluminum pots ;planting a tree by the father of dered what aerial fogging would handcuffed before It started' than

from the department store. a newborn.A kill besides mosquitoes if one kept that way no matter what, .
On Sunday you can go to the new apartment always Is considered the cumulative effects 1 and now, hopefully destined for; There Is no reason to beJ
races In Moscow and on Mon.
day read another letter from an That Is easy to understand. areas over and over. k r coil rsj get'," he said.Disappointment. will not continue

angry housewife demanding i Scores of thousands of families Kuperberg, who has had train with the fnves.

that the race betting machinesbe still live two to three familiesIn ing in botany and chemistry tlgatlon also was expressed by

closed because "they, are the I a single room, with a common noted that the present fogging ,car Sen. John J. Williams, R.Del.,
ruination of Communist youth." i bathroom and a common trucks don't "blanket entire areas, : i author of the resolution adoptedby

The boys and girls in college I kitchen. Now It Is practically and wildlife in Caribbean Gar. f the Senate last October dl. School

take to one another a little too I forbidden to move into Moscow dens, located outside the city .._ r reeling the Rules Committee to
freely In the view of the elders while the city catches up with 'limits, has been relatively untouched ------- -- probe Baker's outside business

but when an order was Issued 1 Its housing. by mosquito fog. "HAPPY" CONTEST-Recordinir star Eddie Arnold seems quite interested dealings \ BusinessThe

at Moscow University prohibit When the district starts fog. in winning himself a porpoise as Liliane Case' Florida Development "The majority membership of

log girls from visiting alone I Next: The agricultural muddle. ring by air, "this" to me is the Commission! hostess explains the rules at the World's Fair Florida the Rules Committee have> public hea ring on the 1964-

lories with young there men In loud the dorml.outcry! linger breaking said.point He the blamed Gardens the possible ma. %pavilion. Photographer taking the best picture of family having fun backed down when confrontedwith 65 school budget will be held
was a
from the students. In a news. cumulative effect of Insecticides in Florida wins "Happy", a real live porpoise or A thousand dollars. a possibly embarrassing Monday August 10. The hear

paper article they accused their for the loss of $2,000 Eddy visited the Florida site recently recording {o\' his radio program disclosure,this and by their failureto '' Ing originally scheduled for yes-

elders of hypocrisy and Insisted Pfaff Says worth of birds at the Gardens are pursue vulnerable Investigation to the charge they of terday's meeting of the COUnt)

they didn't need to be coddled. four years ago. attempted j School Board was postponed Whet
Divorce courts function far He said it might take sometime whitewash Wll. It was learned the budget docu-
Hams told the Senate
more simply than In America. MustAdvertise for the possible cumulative County U.S. Dollar Now Depreciating Williams charged that Monday.Baker ment had not been returned from

Just as In America the court Naples effects of mosquito Insecticidesto before he resigned under fire the state department where i;
tries to effect a reconciliation. be noticeable. "There are
last Oct. 7 as secretary to the had been sent for review.
The percentage Is low. The things you don't know about ex. Business
baby? Grandmother will look cept in retrospect," Kuperbergsaid. Less Than Other CurrencyNEW Senate's Democratic majority The budget reaching almost
after It. The County may or may not "apparently charged an estl. $3.5 million was reviewed at

In the five years I have been "I acre with you on many enter Into a federal government mated $3,000 in personal tele." length by board members at the

here, clothes have grown notice David N. Pfaff, executive vice :points," Watson responded. program to alleviate "poverty" YORK (AP) The Europe( where several nations i phone calls to the government June meeting given tentative approval -

ably better. For the most part president of the Naples Chamber Watson told him that mala and to help solve the "school American dollar for the first are fighting the rising cost of had He protested the committee and sent to the state department

they still are shoddy as to material of Commerce, spoke to the -Ex. thlon, the chemical used so far ,dropout situation" time In years, Is depreciating living that is whittling away the, dropped the matter after for Its review.

and even far more shod. changltes last night at their meet. in aerial fogging is not a resl. County Engineer Harmor less than any other leading cur. market place value of their cur. ness Baker Invoked when his called Fifth as Amend.a wit. In other board action a resolution -
dy as to design. Yet a style Ing at the Beach Club.In dual Insecticide DDT Is rest. Turner reported to the rency. renclea. ment | was passed authorizing
show Just held displayed men's out the need for ad.vertlstng dual, and la four time as toxic County Latest figures show It has What shrinkage can mean in L protection against possl.
pointing I(Commission that a ble selMncrlmlnatlon and mass assignment of pupils to
representative out old re.
and women's things much bet. throughout the as malathion, he noted. Dr. edged those champs, the International Investment mar.
Naples of the Bureau of Indian!! German mark fused to answer questions about schools they attended last
ter made. They haven't reachedthe Richard Brashear, board chair and the Swiss ket* is pointed out by the First; yearor
he first read off figures
stores yet. Prices of shoes country proving,the Importance of Naples man, .aid in five years of fog. Affairs had contacted him Inquiring franc in the race against National City Bank of New r his telephone calls will normally attend In a progression
If the could shrinkage of purchasing York The committee's Democratic from junior high to Senior
and clothing are atrociouslyhigh chief namely tourlsmi gins he hasn't seen any dead county employ power.
a suit often the price of 50,000 Industry tourists visited Naples birds in Mi yard "so far" ; persons falling Into one or Depredation is measured by It explains the effects this, majority and the Republican high school.

fwo months,salary. last year.This is about four times Aerial fogging currently is going more categories. calculating the purchasing pow. way flU a 2.' per cent annual minority are to file reports A list of 13 doctors was approved -

Americans always have been the population. These people on in Lee, Monroe, Volusia Turner said the representative er of a nation's currency as revealed rate of shrinkage in the valueof Wednesday on how Baker ac. by the board to examine

liked, and envied, by a great spent some $8,0001,000. On an and Brevard counties. Aerial >was merely seeking Informationon by the Increases In cost. a Currency were projectedover I cumulated a claimed fortune of bus drivers and other school
of-llvlng or consumer-price In the life of 20. bond more than $2 million while on
spraying of Insecticide has been year
body of the which personnel.
average they spent $ a day. a County stand and the Com the Senate
used for several in New dexes. denominated In that currency pay at $19,600 a
would like to have things here This does not Include tourist years ,
{the mission reacted in the
same Last year the big shrinkage the real value of the bond would I year
the ,way they are found In Jersey and on the Florida east NEW
through perhaps TEACHERS
passes ,
manner asking for more information In
coast. was some Latin-American be reduced by 40 per cent atmaturity. i
America. In spite of Premier
stopping only for gas."Do Appointment of 12 teach
making com countries, notably Brazil down .
Khrushchev's "There are many areas in the
promises, It Iln.tIOine realize what would
to be that way very soon, happen you if the tourists stopped'''expanded district that we can't mitments. 43 per C.ntl; Chile, off 31 per EUfope is developing capl. Scranton Makes ers was approved,and the resign

and Russians know It. coming?" asked Pfaff. "Probably reach with forcing trucks," Dr. Turner also handicapped with cent; and Argentina, 20 per tal markets to lure longtermfund ations of three teachers accepted -
There Is a growing resistance BO per cent of the present jobs i Brashear said. He expressed the limited Information said It appeared cent.This to finance its economic No Headway, Say JohnColeyreslgnedascus

to the constant nagging of the would be eliminated taxes would ;hope that aerial fogging will not any commitment by the year the inflation news growth But the bank notes that Barry's Backers todian at Bethune High School

party and government. Some Increase, city services would'have to be done over the cltyi I County will be for labor only ,has been coming mainly from "until a better record of price; and Benjamin Hooks was appoint

time ago.one of theperennial hare 16 be burtaJled'dobtasaqdlkvera ':proper U the mosquitoes are kill. and that expense will be cpv- stability Is regained it will be i WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. ed ,1I)his placer; '

"do. ooders" assigned tq help wouldf. veour_hbspltilwould 'ed by serial fog in the marshy ,ered by federal funds. appear o. Arrest Of Four difficult to'' build Investor' COTS.fidencft Ba-rry-troldWater 'ciiripatgn: \ ..Member Gegrge1iogeta,
police .the streets tried to takea bViuuported! d and of[breeding areas to the;south and ,ed such labor would have to be on la bonds denominated" in i rectorr ''taWtSday doesn't: questioned Superintendent WJ.

group of celebrating young most Importance, the choice and east. public, parks or work In similar! Solves Vandalism European currencies. think Pennsylvania Gov. Wll.; Reynolds why the system was los-
men to the police station for Most of the mosquitoes that I One reason the American dollar Ham W. Scranton Is "making
singing too loudy In the streetsat stores quality would of the deteriorate."We merchandlzelnour. ,bite Naples residents come from !j fields and pointed out recent On Building Job is ruing so high today as an i any progress in chipping away; Ing so. many teachers by reslgnatlon. -

night.:x In the fracas the these marshes, riding an east land acquisitions for public parks Vandalism International standard of valueIs i delegates" from the Arizonan'scolumn Reynolds referred to the
youths beat'the' man to death. have a healthy Industry or southeast wind across the I might be developed with this ampuralng to approximately tile far slower rate at which case of Robert J. Hoeffel, guidance -
which we must not only protectbut $450 the weekend
One was sentenced to be shot Bay. Much of the outlying breedIng I labor. over it ha* lost Its purchasing power. Denlson Kltchel, general dl. director at the Naples

and another to 15 years In pris best enlarge way to,do this said Is Pfaff.by making"The areas are Included in the enlarged The Commission was puztled: at the Royal Palm Club, under And that also helps explain why rector of the Goldwater cam. Junior High School who resigned -

on. But lets violent resistance Naples known and the to district which stretches I because a representative of the construction near Doctor the brief but disturbing runs on i paten for the Republican presl. to accept a position In Ohio

shows up often. The great make Naples known, Is by way adver. from the Johns Pass area to the I Bureau Indian Affairs had made. Pass In The Moorings believed the American dollar in past: dentlal nomination said his i that gave him a salary boost*

Anglo-Saxon desire to be let Using." north county line, and six miles 1 the: contact with Turner. Would solved with the arrest of four years with an attendant drainof i forces "can't find any evidence"' of 1350. '
Inland. juveniles Chief of Police Ben gull reserves, have been i that Scranton Is subtracting del.
S. '
Is here although .
showing said
up Reynolds other
At present he pointed out, the 1 the: laborers) be Indians only, resignations
At the hearing it was brought Caruthers stated largely eliminated this year. egates from the Goldwater total
It Is to all today.
contrary, ,, covered
Chamber various
receives from the city 1 would"- they be f reasons,
Communist party discipline. out that the total cost of buying romColllerCgwtty The boys,14 and 15 of Over the last 10 years the -now at 710 In an Associated
and years and believed
county a little under the
$14,000 and equipping a twin-engine I: 'b r from spots urine worst annual rate of deprecla. Press survey. resignation rate
have admitted to Officer
for advertising of which Naples Beechcraft plane would run about j state? Where would the "school George lion of Us currency has been i This Includes 118 votes com. In Collier County was no greater

4-, ;1 'BS'a contributes: 8000. This money $15,000 to $19,000, and for a C drop'outs" come from? DampIer that they threw cement turned in by Bolivia, JO. percent mltted by state primary elec. than In neighboring county

Is under rigid rules, no salariesor DC.3, about 40000. Federal They ,doubted the wisdom of blocks from the fourth floor of Chile is second with 26.3 I tlons, 257 by Instructions 62 by schools. He agreed to list for

of office equipment comes out aviation regulations prohibit us. .any action which would permitxnsidera the structure onto an arc welderon per cent t year. personal pledges and 273 by per. board members reasons stated
Golden GateGuest Is from Another the members source themselves of Income lug a slnglenglne plane over a c sent to Collier County the ground below and onto a sonal preference without pledge. In future resignations by teach-

populated area, board member I In a "poverty" relief cement mixer doing consIder- Kitchel stopped short of claim. ers.i .
$14,000 Is not much for adv.r.Uslnr. program
Bob Undabury noted. able damage. The boys.however. ing Goldwater has won his race i
We have to compete with ,which the federal government See Shift In Reynolds reported also that 11
Tentative per-acre cost figures deny that they threw a cement to head the GOP ticket saying
) other municipalities whose bud. : I might sponsor In the future more teachers had to be em-
Indicate that it would cost more finishing machine from the sixth only that he is optimistic.
get Is much than Turner authorized ployed before school In
larger -
ours was to continue opens
to fog with a Beechcraft than floor badly damaging it. Soviet Policy "We've got a cushion right
explained Pfaff. September He felt confident
with the
I: correspondence
DC- said. now maybe about
with a Undabury The 75 dele.
Palm Club Is
He then explained In detail the Watson and board members have I representative seeking additional Royal being gates," Kitchel said In an In.tervlew. every position will be filled by
proposition of the Chamber of made firsthand studies of the Information by the E.H. Marhoefer Jr. Toward UN Army J that time
Commerce to Co.
FREEGAS regularlymore operation of Beechcraft fogging Kitchel said he hopes the Gold. Teachers employed at yester-
monies for the advertising planes In Monroe County and DC. e e e r WASHINGTON CAP)-U.S. of. water count will be even higher day's meeting Included Judith

needed to hold and Increasetourism. 3 aircraft in Lee. In other county business two flclals studied evidence today when the San Francisco conven. Lee Hough and Gertrude Eml11er-

ed this The plan will be present Watson said it probably is a I public\ hearings were held on request that the Soviet Union may beshlfting tlon takes Its first presidential 1 ling teachers at Sea Gate; Pat-
month to
their consideration.the City This Fathersfor fund little cheaper to fog built-up ar. 4: for zone changes on Marco 2 Held-On United iti policy toward the i ballot a week from Wednesday. riots B. Hanllng and FrederickC.
fJ atton..
will be generated from those wise can from the ground Instead of ]Island. One was by the Marco Deep Interest has been Willis at Naples Senior High;
by air. But aerial control pro. Island Development Corp. for a
benefit most. Betty Jean Donalson and Char-
aroused here by Tokyo reports
After discussion of the plan. bably outlying would areas be more of East effectiveIn and ]large. area on the Island and the Firearm'Rap that the Soviet government is Visitor Reports les J. Barton Carver: Bruce E.

the Exchange Club members pre. fin. second bx North Naples and over the
sent approved the plan for j for Q.H. Platt, 24, and John Theft Of !MoneyPaul Bonnie
pre. of Land in Port Royal. changeslnOldMarcoVill ge manent U.N. military force. F. Brooks, Everglades;
gers Peterson were arrested
sentatlon to the City Council The changes asked were from yes. The retorted proposal said to David A. and Penny J. Snell
terday by sherUf's deputies at Starta of Plantation Flax
Ike To Get Gold agriculture, toning to various the Burger Palace In East Na. have been made in a note to yesterday reported to Naples po., Immokaleej; and Arthur Serfllng
rouges pointed commercial and residential the Japanese Foreign Office,
: Naples
lice Junior High School.
The tips pies and charged with reckless the theft of between $60 and
could be the of .
beginning a
pf bamboo shoots are powerful Badge In Frisco ingThere display of firearms. change of attitude in $100 from his billfold which he Other resignations accepted
were no objectors at Both men reportedly fired had left In his trousers In Ms were those of Francis Thomas
enough to force thelrwav througha BOSTON (AP) Atty. Gen. Moscow toward the world or.
Edward W. Brooke of Massa. I either hearing and the requests shots in the air following what ganlzatlon officials' here said room at the Beach Club Hotel at Immokalee and Lola M. Wes-
paved road. 1 were granted oy the Commissionwith appeared to be an argument be. while he was on the beach. ton Hubbard Sea Gate.
chusetts, a Negro has been but the evidence Is tar from
It's\ part o1 f a great new way to asked to present a gold conven. a minimum of discussion tween the two They are out on conclusive. ''

Increase >our vacation' pleasure lion badge to former President ]In[ each Instance the County Zoning $50 bonds and will appear In In the U.S. view, the Soviet

without !increasing your vacation Dwight D. Elsenhower\ follow I Board recommended that the County Court Monday. attitude toward U.N. peace.

budtt' Her art lust a 'few of theother'ttcitmd ? log Elsenhower's address at the I zoning changes be made. keeping operations has tener.

free lilts and vi Republican National Convention, ally been uncooperative The So.
cation pJlVllelu .thlt art yours Brooke's office announced Tuesday gonally south and east to the Dade vlet government usually has ob.

II a olden Gate Cues! night. A public hearing on a request County line.Turner's. jerted to the employment of

FREE FLORIDA ORANGES I LUFF GMC INC. I by the Capri Water Works, lne., suggestion got Com U.N. forces under orders from
I for: a water franchise was continued mission approval as a"tentatlve"limit the General Assembly The GUEST HOUSE

FREE TRADING STAMPS I Truck Parts Dig Scrub 'u the name given to I: to a later date, to coincide with the line subject to practice of action through the

.Service the 441.924-acre Ovals National C with a public hearing on an revision In the future. Turner General Assembly was devel.
FREE FISHiNG Forrt coat of Silver Springs, oped by the Western powers
TEMPORARY j application for a water franchiseby pointed out that In some instances
INCLUDING( BAIT AKDTACKlt) fill The forest contains the more than a decade ago to get
I the Marco Island Development salt water was already
FREE, AUTO TOUROF LOCATION lurft.t known tract of sand pine, passingthis around the Soviet Union's use FOR RENT
( / date was set forthe double projection but without
( MODERN, IISCANT 421 Ninth St., N. often called scrub pin*. Corp Flo apparent of Its veto in the Security Council .
NAPLES. FLORI0A) ....-- I hearing but advertising of danger of contaminating to parftl'te action there
FREE PRIVATE -"' he: MiX request was ordered. potable water supplies He men. One of the developing U.N.

PLANE RIDE tinned Horse Creek and Henderson crises canters around the So.

1 OVCR XAPUS AND 1 Creek as examples. Apparently viet Union' delinquency\ In pay.

GCM.DIN'" tart), County Engineer Turner dUplayed"1 the salt water U not Ing U.N. assessments for peace FOR TWO

COOL map of the county show penetrating the rock strata below keeping activities. The Soviet

I i iI Ing a proposed "salinity line" it in these creeks. Union faces s battle in the Gen.

STOP At TUB running from the north end of e oral Assembly session next fall

I 1 \ 8e cool ell summer wth low 1 the county to Its eastern boundary The Commission briefly considered over the lollS of Us vote there Located on the edge of Naples Bay.
YELLQWAND U.&. officials said that on the
dependable conditionmg Cool breeze comfortable twin beds
cone got air |twas his proposal that the budget proposals sub-
basis of the Tokyo reports they
BLUE Specifically. designed. tot ,Commission establish this as mined by the County Welfare could not tell exactly what the and other utilitio Private dock for
Li" stores end ol'icet' ro be trouble line beyond which no canal dredging Society and the Naples Humane
free quiet and .nose ,important. Soviets Intend by their proposalbut boating and fishing.
GOO SIGNFOR economical' Coll UI for d*- J could extend without a sal Society but took no action., In assume that what they are

DETAILS toil" of a I liberal lease plan. miry I Gal! or weir.Tho'JJn each Instance a budget increase calling for Is the creation of a

generally follow,,j the was sought U.N. standing army.In .

1 mangrove line along the coast . Itst years, the tt ted MI 24167I

GULF AMERICAN < I from the north county boundary,' Bud Kirk teeming a franchisefor Nations has provided forces to
deal with crises in a dozen In.
around then following collection
skirting Naples a garoage ag ency
LAND CORPORATION W TROPIGASJL the tame mangrove line to on Marco Island was advised stances the most notable being
the Korean war and the Sues
below Royal Palm Hammock' : to submit the proposal In writ Congo and Cyprus situations. I

II .M'lOCIIS OF C* f CMIAMS ) From that point It followed, generally ing and to appear before the

MUCH i rt (fttati ,AI r.1OAI NAPLES the Tamtaml TraU to a beard at next uesdayj meet- '

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TJul.!.,., Jill"i t, 1D64 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
Fashion Editors Reception At The Cove

Give GOP Tips Full Attendance

For Frisco Wear For Douglas Hubbards ,

M WORK (AP) |,''' U1lt.v r;,;\:' nt\'Jive guests were enter .
,,,] bound for the Ret III i L I. m lined at a reception Sunday Close CompetitionMark
r-- Jtl..n.\1. Convention in th! t"jw afternoon( In the restaurant of
T'des, a who haven't locks I I hell the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn
uit dses had better re-c luate in 'in,'''L t of Mr. and loin Doug.
the! I ontents. Ian Earl Ilubbard. Mrs. Hub-

A "old wind off the Pa ifl( bard is the former Lani Weston Duplicate PlayBY
Ocean ,ommon to San Fran,'Is. and the affair was given by her
in July and August may parents, the Max A. Westons,
1 1"oW" no food, warns Karola 1438 Murex Drive. The couple ) J. C. McMURRY Mrs Corwin Waite 3th. 98-V2;
ba kel, fashion editor for the were married June 20 at Prince. 6 7 Last Friday proved to be Miss Peg Gollnlk Mrs Wallace
;>f I, FranclscoChronlcle. { ton, 111White, another night al the Naples Du. McCune 8th. 95.9; Mrs. Mamie
Shops and department stores carnations and hucklo. plicate Bridge Club games In Tooke. Mrs. Sarah West 7th.
ai ,) now preparing to correct } bern green surrounded the which desiderata were quite pre- 93.
i < king mistakes, for tradl. va three.tlered wedding cake on a Ps valent. A pleasant and reason. First time guests were Mrs.A .
t1 "'ally more visitors bring the r { lace tablecloth. Silver candela. } iy ably cool evening, UVfc tables of L Sylvester, Washlnton, D.C.,
wrong clothes to San Franciscothan bra completed the decorations of congenial people and a varietyof and Mr. and Mrs Earl Lanenow
to any other city, says the the table. Miss Susan Eddy and J cards ranging from baffling to permanent residents of Naples.
fashion specialist, who Is thou. Mrs. Evelyn Adams assisted with .atlsMnr. Could duplicate addicts The latter couple had never play.
Linda of miles from home this the serving of the cake. Mrs. ask for more? ed duplicate before, but enjoyed -
week attending previews of next Jerry Howell and Mrs. Joan Long t&1j Speaking of ll.'/: tables, Vic It so much that they are to become
season's collections arranged by chore were in charge of the guest Fennywltt proved himself more members of the club.
the New York Couture Group i book, while Mrs. Marianne pessimistic than the realities Next game? Same time, same
Her advice to those en routeto Vaughn took charge of the gifts. justified. Arranging for 10 tables place. Woman's Club, 7:30 p.m.
San Francisco contains more George Booker at the piano fur. and expecting attendance of Friday, the 10th.

don'ts than dos. { nlshed background music.In perhaps nine, the holdlday eve iKennedy
For the men the receiving line with the iItt1 plus absentees from the city proved .
Leave your llght-colored suits, bridal couple and her parents Ineffective in reducing the at. Nurse
madras and seersucker jacketsand were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kir tendance.In .
sports shirts at home un. ley, Jr. of Kewanee, HI., who & sl t tb" regard to one of those with
less you plan to visit In the with their two children, Thomas us last Friday, I am remindedthat From Opposite
country. Weston Kirley and Frank Richard this regular and except tonal.
You'll need ties, preferably PHYLUS HEDRICK Klrley, are the house guests of t a ly good player, whose name shall Political
regimental striped or small. the Westons. Mrs. Klrley Is not be mentioned, recently, but CampNORTHAMPTON

patterned. Nearly all places but Mr. Weston's only sister. not last Friday, entered very
Chinatown and Fisherman's Hedrick IngramMrs. The new Mrs.Hubbard was also ,. .......... .....tl.Mr. .,;.. r> vigorously into the Idea of agerresslve Mass (AP)
Wharf will turn you away with. the guest of honor Saturday noon bidding at a duplicate -Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D.
out one. at a luncheon at The Moorings and Mrs Douglas EArl Hubbard session. Mr, Mrs, or Miss Mass, Is at political odds with

Don't bring a hat, unless you Ruth L.Hedrick of Tampa Mr. Ingram was graduated In Country Club at which Mrs. Gud. Noncha Lance went down six his private nurse.
feel undressed without one. Be. announces the engagement of her 1062 from EmoryUnlverslty witha run Hoffman and Mrs. Marge vulnerable on two boards, one The daytime nurse for the

. cause of strong winds, few San daughter, Phyllis Porter, to Lafayette bachelor of arts In law. Therehe Page were co-hostesses. being doubled As those boards Democratic senator at Cooley
Franciscans bother with them. Newton Ingram, 111, son was a member of Sigma Nu Shufflers Hold were later played, there was a Dickinson Hospital is a staunch
j Do wear conservative, dark of Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette N. fraternity, Circle K and Student good deal of shall we .Republican. who says she has no
hued business suits with pale Ingram,Jr. of Naples. Senate. He graduated this past Holco marveling, by successive hopeful Intention of joining her patient'spolitical

colored or white shirts, prefer. The bride wlect was graduatedwith June from Stetson College of Law Funeral services for MyronJ. players of the boards. camp
efforts Esther Madden Is memberof
ably the button down.types. Workshop TonightThe AU Know of the tremendous a
For the women a bachelor of arts f rom Stet- In St. Petersburg where he wasa Holco 51, of 3864 Coconut Vic Pennywltt puts Into the the Republican town commit

Leave behind your summer son University In Deland where member of Phi Delta Phi Circle, South, were held at 11 ... club, and without him, we might tee In her hometown of Am.

dresses, the springy floral num. she was a member of Woman's legal fraternity. He Is presently o'clock this morning In the chapel Sunshine Shufflers will Swing, the Florida square Dance: not be enjoying either the record herst.

bers and even your pastel suits. Government Association, Pan- employed as a legal assistantIn of the Richard A. Pittman have their Tuesday workshopthis magazine, contains an extensive attendance or the good fellow. Sen. Kennedy has been try.
Don't wear short sleeved or Hellenic Council and Delta Delta the Secretary of State, Tom Funeral Home with Rev. George evening at 8 p.m. In their write-up of the Shufflers' Memorial ship which emMa.But lug to make a Democrat out of

sleeveless dresses, counting on Delta sorority. She taught this Adam's office In Tallahassee. C. Ackerly of the Emmanuel Lutheran club room at 950 Central Ave- Day dance, which was reported kudos must also be handed me ever since he discovered I
a fur stole to keep you warm at past year at Shore Acres Elementary A mid-July wedding Is plan- Church officiating In the nue. Ray Castle will call. All by Marge Shafer, the club to Dan Burglund for the very am a Republican( but there Is
not a chance In the world indI've
did last -
night The temperature usually School In St.Petersburg. ned. absence of the Rev. Dr. Harland dancers are Invited toat- secretary. Marge is still In the effective directing he "
drops around SO, and sometimeseven ............ the square but be ableto Frldav and also at another recent told him so, Mrs. Madden
lower. car" --- -------,-_. li taal D. Fague, pastor. hospital, expects to game. Michelangelo! was
Don't wear straw hats or car. hobo died Saturday at the Vet- tend.Castle Is also the caller for go home next Thursday author of the remark "Trifles said.Mrs.. Madden said Kennedyhad

ry straw bags.Small.heeled. erans Hospital In Coral Gables the club's regular weekly dance make perfection and perfection even unlisted\ the help of
shoes for day ews Bonita after a three month Illness. Interment next Saturday, July 11. This, Is no trifle". Dan Is proving the Richard Cardinal Cushing his
are In In San Francisco, 4. was In Naples Memorial point In his directing. campaign.She .
vogue too is an open dance; that is,
but If hills both. fron Gardens. Jackie To Sell said "When Cardinal
climbing steep
; dancer Is welcome to
By RAE WEAR of Cleveland Ohio any square WHAT HAPPENEDThe Cushlng came to visit at the
er you, take walking shoes. A native ,
Take a coat, by all means. '''''_-\n;; :' : .,' ]eleteit vtfortrannbar.Ml! Holco had resided In Naples for come and participate. Spectators game? Oh, yes, we did hospital, Senator Kennedy jok.
are invited, and there is no Houses Move To have one and here are the results. Ingly told him he was being
The of the late and had been
semi-monthly meeting Days honoring Mrs. the past eight years charge for watching North-Southt Mrs. WIUlam cared for by a Republican
the American Legion John Mur- Josephine Wanagas; from Mrs. associated with the Myakka Gas Franklin. Mrs Nancy Sylvester
Thursday evening, a set nurse.
Prove Man Can phy Post If303 was held Wednes- Millie Merrill, a"Fireside Book Co. of Naples. He was a vet- of four couples from the Shufflers New York City whined Into first with 118 points "The cardinal, with equal wit,

day night in the Legion Home with of Fishing" In memory of her eran of World War 11 and wasa went to Fort Myers and against average of 110. Mr. and suggested that I say the Rosaryas

Live Work 600 Commander-elect Bob Hashbar- late husband George Merrill member of Emmanuel Lutheran brought back the club banner of WASHINGTON (CAP) Mrs. Mrs Park Wilson galloped nicely my penance for being a Re.
ger presiding. A letter of sympathy was voted Church and served as the Kriss Kross Squares. It is John F, Kennedy Is leaving the Into second with 110. Nip and publican III the room of such a
An up-to-the-minute reportwas sent to the family of the late adviser to the Lutheran League. In the front windowof capital -,and its memories of tuck are almost inadequate to prominent Democrat"
Feet Under Sea heard from the Fourth of Mrs.Gertrude Beltendorf,who He Is survived by a brother, now hanging great triumph and deep lad.n. describe the neck and neck strug. Mra. Madden. added "I'm not
the ShHfne rl. Those
July parade marshal Dick Evans.: had been an ardent supporter of Milan Holco, of Cleveland, a Hall. ...-to live In New York,hoping gles of the next five but In tho even a Catholic I'm really a
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) "If S making the tripwereSampCorn the change will be beneficial to final strides Bruce Boynton Sr. minority In this room."
A moment of silence was observed the library, and a vital workerfor nephew and niece and several
man can live and work 600 feet ette, Bill Sell, Jack Randall, h.rand the children. Stuart Kosters failed to tie for Mrs. Madden Is a private duty
under the sea, he can conquera for two recent deceased the Friends of the Library. aunts and uncles.Pallbearers Lloyd Hill, Bobby Hill, Shirley The widow of the assasslnat. second with their 100./' and had nurse who has worked the 7

frontier as big as the African members, Bill Bischoff and were James P. Kornbau, Mary Miller, Betty ed president disclosed she plansto the Leaders panting at them with a.m. to 3 p.m. shift In Ken.
continent and rich in oil, miner. Larry Morrison. WELCOME Patton, Bob Rellly Tony Espln- Randall and Bea Hill. sell her two homes In the their 109. The Pennywltts and nedy's room since he was
als and food." A welcome back was extendedto While this past week we have oza, and Tom Schessler. Last Saturday, because of the area and take up residence In Louis Irlons tied at 108 for fifth. brought In with a broken bark

This statement was made by returning member and chaplain said farewell for a few weeksto firs, works display, the Shuf New York tn time to enter Cari .The George Smiths,7tI\.tOOl4r( ,. suffered a plane crash last (
Edwin A. Link, 60, a pioneer of .\ B1U.Vlncek who has been a few of our friends and neigh- -. beach for their ollne, , and 3r.. 3 In., ... Palmer. Mrs. Edith Arm. June II.- '
.. .. 1 :) :1:. flert.had party uJbl1lt '
underwater exploration, three released from Naples Community tors} we have at the same time friends and families. school, this' I fall! strong 8th404; the Richard Cox. Mrs. Madden salif Kennedy
weeks agohortly before he Hospital two weeks ahead of sche said "hello, and glad you are Neapolitans Will Among "While she will always main. es 9th" Nine out of 11 above "a wonderful patient even If he
those the Goes
left for the Bahama Islands In back" Ethel Bennett attending were (des her lose ties In Washing. average.only 8 points between9th does belong to the other political .
his research vessel, Sea Diver. dule.A thanks voicedto Attend Leadership Uhls, Chappells Carberrys, ton," said the statement Issued and 1st. Wowl What a race. party"
special was weeks
who several In Indiana -
Now, Link is back with proof spent Corvettes Lyons, Stones, Lloyd through her office Monday, East West had 12 pairs, aver. A spokesman for Kennedy
that man can operate with ef. local plStOrs.Rev.Len Spotts, ; to the Charles Busches Training School Hill, Marcella Snow, Wendy and "Mrs. Kennedy feels that the age 00 The Harry Peters made said "Nun politically, Mrs.
at that depth. Father Joseph Beaumont and who have just returned from a goal with 117 the Dan Burglunds "
flclency Becky Snow, and Fred Decker. change of environment In New ; Madden Is a wonderful nurse
Reverend Staples for their par trip to New Jersey to the Al Rev John W. Stump pastorof chased well tt lOTJ/fc the Mo
For two days and nights, The July issue of Bow and York, from Georgetown and Its ;
under Link's watchful eye, Jon ticipation In the recent Memorial Sheldons as they return from the First PresbyterlanChurch many memories, will\ be bene. Murrys skidded along with 103;
Lindbergh and Robert Stenult Day program. the far west and former home of Naples and Miss Polly Williams flclal to her and the children." Mrs. June Haschka- Ted Hearth, In vary fir.h filUu, .fYlI horn

worked, ate and slept on the Past-commander Don Trew state, Michigan to make ready Christian Education The memories are at every 4th lOl./ij' 1 M n. Harold Weed. with" u curry -WHO and nee.r .

bottom of the Atlantic Ocean 430 made a report of the Flag Day their nursery for the season Director, are serving on the faculty Rev Dietzel Will corner It was In Georgetown

feet below the surface program, an annual affair at ahead; and we are glad to see of the Florida Synod Leadership where she and Kennedy lived aft.

Lindbergh, 31, son of avi the Elk's Club In Fort Myers; the Welllngs back home again. Training School July 12- Preach Sunday To er they were first married,
ation's famous pioneer, CharlesA. our color guard was In atten- Mrs. Walter Council and her 18 at the Florida Presbyterian while he was a senator-from
Lindbergh", said "we felt fine dance. daughter, Sharron Lynn and her College In St. Petersburg Rev- Presbyterians where he drove to his Inaugura. MAKE A NOTE!
all the time. erend Stump will serve as deanof tlon-and to where she returnedto
Link Immediately began Sponsored by the post, some girl friend, Karri Baldwin, of Rev. David E. Dietzel, pastorof live after his death In Dallas ,
the school and Miss Williams
preparations for a November 20 pints of blood were collectedfor Palmetto, spent the past week the United Presbyterian last Nov 22.
expedition that will tend divers the account of the late Mrs. with mother and grandmother, will be the lead teacher for the Church of Lake Alfred, will fill She bought the H.room

to the 600-foot level, probably In Josephine Wanagas, a sister of Mrs. Ollle Seller, at her homeon Junior Department Observation the pulpit of the First Presbyterian Georgetown house, st 3017 N

the same area near Great member Julius Williams and the South Trail. The girl section Church of Naples Sunday Street, last December for a re. r'J; Check the Collier/
Stirrup Cay In the Bahamas. Mrs. Zeta McFarland. thoroughly enjoyed swimming at Attending the school also from morning In the absence of Rev, ported $173,000 1 and It has be. ." County NEWS

"We could have stayed down A check for $100.00 was received the beach as well as at the Spa the Naples Presbyterian Church John W, Stump, who Is serving come a regular stop among the each Tuesday for the

indefinitely," a smiling Llnd. with thanks from Mrs. pool. A sightseeing and shoppingtrip will be Mrs. David Chlrgwln, as dean of theLeadershlpTraui- capital's tourist! attraction Wednesday Special at
bergh said Monday after he and The either home Is Wexford,
McFarland and Mr. Williams fot to Naples was also on the Mrs. Paul Frank, Mrs. Aaron Ing School at Florida Presbyterian /
and estate In the VIr. Naples Laundry.
Stenult, 30, Belgian author the 26-cre t '
the group's general fund. agenda. Hasstnger, and Mrs. Stoughton College St. PetersburgJuly which .v' rArn
emerged hunt country she
underwater explorer, glnla for this
, .
Commander Hashbarger with the Cecil Sellerson ,
from a decompression chamber. appointed Visiting Richmond. 12-18. and the president built for a /
"There was never a momentof the following committee Dean Street are Mr. and Mrs, when Reve rend Stump was pastor weekend retreat and comptet. YJHiHOtNow
fear, only some concern for the ensuing years: Charles Cook from Evansvllle, at the Church of the Palms In .d only last summer at an *stlmated <

about the equipment-but every. Membership, Dick Evans; finance Ind. Sarasota, Rev. Dietzel served as coil of 100000. They
thing worked perfectly. We remained Forest Clark;house,Dick The Hentges, Mae and George, Moose Feed Set his assistant had little time to use it, l WEDNESDAY

mentally alert and physically Valpey; legal. Murphy Combs; have had as their guest over the ._. In New York, Mrs. Kennedy __
capable at all times." public relations, Pete Petersen weekend Mrs. Florence May- For Saturday - -- plans to live In the Carlyle Ho. .t the Call Office ONLYI

Elated over the flawless functioning rehabilitation, Harry Hutt< of diver suits and depth brock visitation Vlncek and Hut- stopping off place In the rlty- n
; "Get well" wishes The Moose -
are extended regular smorgasbord .
chambers he designed for this tenbrock child welfare Jim Thomas Owens untU she finds an apartment.WHY
to Mr. and Mrs.Clarence will be held at Moose Hallon
experiment, Link said he would Relllyt; athletics, Bob Hertzog; Hours (Faye and Pop) as they recuperate the North Trail this com 2
start work at once on more ad.
Americanism, George Critean; their home the with serving to Aboard
vanced equipment for the November ceremonials Nolan Watkins at on ing Saturday, 'Wasp'Thomas BIG SPECIALS
project. ; Imperial River; also to Mrs. start at 6i30 p.m.

The historic dive Introduced a civil defense, Tommy Reahardand Agnes Wolcott, Mrs. Mary Land, Donation is $1.50 for adults lei I. Owens, aviation ri -
number of innovations. Gery Gulden walking blood and to all others who may be 111. and 75 cents for children under structural mechanic first class,

Lindbergh and Stenult were bank, Don Trew; Boy Scouts, Mrs. Fran Hunt from Fort 12. Dancing: will follow the smor- USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnP

conditioned to the 43Woot depthin Rellly, Wilkins and Evans; post Myers, former Bonita resident, gasbord. Owens of Immokalee, Is undergoing RISK 'EM ?
a compression chamber on band, Rodney Graber; scholarship spent Sunday visiting with Mrs. aboardthe PAIR KHAKIS,
the deck of the Sea Diver. Harry Koss, E.G. Fuller Edythe MClaughlin and other training NO RISK 'EM DUNGAREESor
Then, they were lowered and Ray Christoffersen and ways ther Mrs Charles U, Gnau and N'avyantl'submarlnewirfarecarrier
friends here. ,
USS Wasp, In the Caribbean CALL NOW FOR MJT... 3 WORK PANTS
quickly to the bottom in a pros and means, Pete Peter sen.LIBRARY Mrs. Leonard Freed. Games $
surlzed elevator, to a depth SHOWER were played and prizes awarded. EXPERT ftWCCf WASHED, STARCHEDA
where pressure of 194 pounds Wasp is a member of an Antisubmarine -
Inch collapsed but A miscellaneous shower was "Hunter -Kille r'
did not burst cans containing June meeting of the boardof given in honor of Miss Monica Gifts were displayed on a table group composed of surface, subsurface -
directors of the Bonita Springs beneath an antique hand embroidered -
tood and water. Gnau by Miss Stephanie Reynolds and air units designed 10 :
Free Public Library Association and Mrs. Stephen H. white linen parasolwith
suits made of foam Reynolds find and destroy enemy !uhll1ar-
They wore
Inc. was held Monday afternoon, of Bradenton and Mrs. DonE. pink satin ribbons extend- MONTH GUARANTEE

rubber double,layers sandwiched of latex between and In. when the group's participation In Wanlcka at the latter's home ing to the chandelier. The refreshment ices MI 2-4148

Hated with compressed air. the local annual Fourth of July on Clifford Street. Miss Gnau table was also decor-

At the bottom, they lived Irf parade was discussed and final and A/2c Leonard Robert Freed ated In pink and white with an DRY FOLD

an Inflatable rubber chamber, arrangements formulated with will be married on July 12. appllqued white net cloth over NAPLES
nine by four feet In diameter, Mesdames Virginia Clark.Har- The party area was decora- pink satin and centered with pink FLY ,- All clothes I washed and fluff. 8

and equipped with bunks, com. lette Setchel and Wallace Craigin ted with arrangements of roses. rosebuds In an antique bisque _. ; MIAMI dried neatly folded and ready

munlcatlon Instruments, food charge. A "thank you" was Rose corsages were presentedto white swan decorated with cupids to put away, or Ironed at your

and Its own air supply of 97 percent extended to Glen Houdek for the the guest of honor, her mo- And pink garland convenience at home. (Mis- Ib
helium and > per cent oxy. printing of the signs for the car I New Year Round Daily Schedule Imam bundle 10 Ib,.) ONLY

gen.. entrant.
While Link watched on dosed The following memorialbookswere SUMMER SPECIAL Naples To Miami

circuit television, they swam placed on the shelves this PM.:
PermanentVa'e 3 45
7;45 A.M. U:30 A.M
outside Three hours
frequently. week "When the Cheering Stopped e3f tJ
a day was spent exploring the ," In memory of Mrs Ida Heir Cut Miami To

sand and coral bottom and taking Abramson and given by Mrs. J ShampooFinger:: 900 AM. 215' P.M Naples 5:00: P.M
pictures. : LAUNDRY
Blanche Eldred; another Eld red .I1UII ES Wave I NAPLES
After 49 hours, S minutes on
the bottom, the divers were donation, an "Atlas of Florida"in Life Tex Treatment Conitfrtlnn* and Hfmiioii la my point !i. the world

whisked to the surface in the memory of the late Mrs.
pressurized elevator and trans. Maude Holzemer;from Mrs.E.G.! -fWR STYLIST Complete $12.50 NAPLES AIRLINES & DRY CLEANERS

ferred to a decompression Fuller, t colorful book, one of'a Naples Ai'torl Cuweuwe 3 Mlsml AirportMl
Ml 2 9497 MI 2-8227
chamber In which they spent 94 series of four travel books on sr Sill,
Kwon Cur NA/Lye Swo.elwo CtvttnSMOepico !.3. I
hours before emerging to Switzerland In memory of :the I -V5 Fifth Ave So. MI 2-3455
CtNTCft IN 1"e 11I0011111I0., otlttf Sailin Travel ArufY Coates
City Ticket -
breathe surface air for the first late Irwin Hettkampt; from Miss I Iu.

time in sis days. Virginia Mlddleton, "Four

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IN Moderates '
S"XJ QC' Goldwater

1 I .1if Can Blame Themselves I I


TUESDAY, JULY T, 1964 J, Washington lorredpondent

I Newspaper. Enterprise Assn

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The Civil Rights Law I \SHlNGTO )NLAR> 'puWi n moderates might as

l lost the baltle
welt face tt-they'\'e
oC Pennsylvania now has little pros.

a corner tavern in New York or Chicago ., WET M PGE t ( p'CI tollWilliam of doing more Scranton in the Rtpublican convention than give

; The Civil Rights Act of 1964 Is un. would not be covered by the law, but j 1m part)" moderate cause a "relipl'dable prCfience", In the

derstood by few and misunderstood by one in a town in Mississippi or Alabama I face hits of an overwhelming has just BarrylGGoldateBide. of 20 slates

( many. most likely would be All a state or C ith sufficient reporter delegate fluidity to have offered[ Scranton

t This sounds Incredible In view of the town has to do to keep such businesses as Mime hope ol a breakthrough There is no breakthrough.
June 2
I California primary victory wash
fact that the bill was debated In Con bars and barbershops outside the reachof I Senator Golowater
< ( ,
gress longer than any other bill in history the Federal law is repeal the local 1 i i t i f wftrhefacdhVpa ing day Goldwater' delegate position seems.

Tens of thousands of words have statutes that require segregation. / I1 t more impregnable. Barring Rome tremendous emotional explosion
whole delegate structure, Gold-
a been written and spoken about it. Countless Specifically exempted from Title II : water will that win could going shake away the at San Francisco

f hours have been spent discussingit are private clubs like the Elks or Moose, This means that for his one busy month of campaigning

In homes throughout the country. or a country club unless some of their i Scranton may be honored only for conducting a caretaker

still have facilities made available to customersof operation for the Republican moderates, lie may roll up a
f But many Collier Countians are presentable 400 to 4r 0 votes in the convention. Just enoughto

only a foggy understanding of the new a business that falls under the act. permit the moderates to persuade themselves Goldwaterdid

law and some have been badly mis- For example, a private club can exist ina not win by default

.Informed as to what it calls for. hotel for its clientele But if guestsof BIT THE BUNT ACT IS without taking anything away

Actually, no one can know exactly the hotel can use the club, it must from Goldwater and his hardworking delegate rustlers tha'tthl'

iv what the new law means until the Fed be open to all. Justice Department at moderates in 1964 did default
the battle does not absolve them
eral Courts In the U. S. believe that defining a private Scranton late entry into
many cases of this charge More than a few observers believe that his

f ,Supreme Court have given Constitutional club will prove one of the most diffi entry is explained in considerable part by his wish to escape

Interpretations. This may take cult problems in the act. j the personal damage done him by the Indecision he exhibitedat

The bill's draftsmen chose the Cleveland Governors Conference
not to relyon
which embraced not .
But the portrait of Indecision
years.The .
most controversial sections are the 14th Amendment to the Constitution 'k } Scranton but all the moderate leaders at Cleveland' was

Title II, covering public accommodations, to protect the validity of Title II. merely exposure of a condition with deep distant roots. I f
As leaders the moderates do not necessarily constitute a
and Title VII, on employment opportunities Instead they banked more firmly on the majority in the Republican party Yet they think of themselves .

Both sections have been called unconstitutional Constitution's "Commerce clause," which as leading a clear majority of the party faithful 'I

L by countless informed persons gives Congress power to make laws con
7110,4P/ THIS IS HOW they "led ,
i and even the men who drafted the cerning interestate commerce. The act ,, After John F Kennedy's assassination they failed to take

4 ,bill say they are not certain how some prohibits discrimination in a place of pub Iii, ,:' .... ,, , ''''' '.'' Goldwater conservative candidacy seriously. A quick glance
"f '
parts will bo interpreted. lic accommodation "if its operation affect "f however would have shown them he still stood to capture at
I least 250 Old South delegates, the bulk of the mountain area's
h Here are some answers to questions commerce QUICK QUIZ 108 at least a third of the Midwest whopping 324

:about controversial Title II which undoubtedly Opponents will certainly challengethe The Best of BoyleBY They dreamed fancifully of lucking it through. They

will be of interest to many Constitutionality of Title II and Title Q-li there till a sect counted on Goldwater to beat himself or fall before New
HAL BOYLENEW called the Samaritans York's Gov. Nelson Rockefeller whom they all demeaned.
Collier Countians. They are from The VII on the basis that the commerce clause I A-This once-powerful sect They spoke of nomination for Scranton or Richard Nixon

National Observer and, we believe, are was not written into the Constitution to still exists but now has only with a certainty which bore no relation to reality.
reliable prohibit racial discrimination. Other arguments YORK (AP) Tilngs a railroad and made< 600 speeches., several hundred members. A At nearly all times they were UJ.jnCormed.Iuch! of the
columnist might never know I lr William McKinley waged a schism about 332 BC established -time they behaved and thought: unprofesslonally. Some kept
Department stores are not coveredby are: The law will interfere with he didn't open his malt: backporch campaign -and won the group as an independent excusing their rudderless, desultory performance on the

Title II, but restaurants are. A teashop the governing powers of states; it will At the age of 25, some 33 per handily religious community ground a Goat nomination In 1964- "would not be worth much"
FoUUre If red.
I or restaurant in a department store violate property rights; it will deprivea cent of Americans need to wear haired girl, you you will see soon a see a separate from the Jewish pco against a soaring President Johnson.
glasses. Goldwater
Barry not be to their taste. Nevertheless
brings the entire store within the law. businessman of his choice of whom to What' are the goals of teen. white small fish horse back If lito you the throw water a pie his backers have played the game as if it were worth winning
Bars and barbershops generally are serve; it will interfere with an employ age girls? A study showed that it will tell the other pelt, and If the moderates are to be no more than a "presence" at San
most want to be ether house.
not subject to the law. But a bar or er's right to hire and determine the abilities wives or airline hosh" eyes, Only no< more will bite. It is bad lack TheWorld Francisco, they have no one but themselves to blame.

barbershop in a hotel or airport wouldbe of his employees. one In five preferred office to kill a daddy-longlegs or a
ladybu. I? a girl gets the frontof
covered. So would a gasoline station The court tests of these two sectionsare work her dress wet while doing her TodayBy
Teen-ago boys on the other
almost Immediately laundry, oho wti mart \ JAMES MARLOWE TODAY IN WASHINGTON
y restroom. expected to begin hand, showed Interest In careers
AtiaclofxJ Press N.wi Analyst
However, bars and barbershops are Until the courts render a decision, in aviation, professional athleU drunkard.It I
Ics, business, the armed forces, was Oscar Wilde who observed BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
j'' tovered if they are located in a state or Collier Countians will do well to remember and engineering. Mlss.li; among "The books that the WASHINGTON (AP) Need

'4 community where segregation Is required that the civil rights act is now the "in top 20 oci:'national choices world calls Immoral are books edt one mlndreader In these.
last few days before the Republican
by local law. This means, if effect, thatITEMS law of the land and act accordingly.The of male high school senior that show" the world Us own convention In San Fran. dent Johnson was( back)- In the lltlcal contributions from their
roles scientist
9 were as newspaperman shame. cisco. own pockets.WASHINGTON.
White House today after a
doctor minister teacher
-or president of the United He would come In mighty Fourth of July holiday at his (Appresl.dent .
States. handy If he could give his ver. Texas ranch. Johnson is sending two
(ecILet! lion of why some of the things
Twenty million Americana! are lie and the First Lady former Southern governors on
taking care of 650 million pet : that are happening are happen. returned to the capital shortly a quiet mission back to Dixie.
fish. Ing. after 10 p.m. Monday, flying Secretary of Commerce Lu.
0 tiler QUill abl', notables: "Worry affects > Gov. William W, Sci anton of from Auston to Andrews Air ther H. Hodges, former gover.
say CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS the circulation, the"h"II"1t Pennsylvania' trying to keep Force Base in the Ifcpassenger nor of North Carolina, and Le.
the glands, the whole nervous''" Sen. Barry Goldwater from get. Jet Star and thence to the .x. Roy Collins, former governor
system I have never known a 4i ting the Republican presidential ecutive mansion by helicopter. of Florida, will explain the
man who died from overwork, nomination, went to Illinois for WASHINGTON (AP) The Community Relations Service of
but manwho died from a two-day campaign He went Senate approved and sent to the the new Civil Rights Act dur.
doul> ."-Dr. Charles H. Mayo. around shaking hands with com. House Monday a bill tightening ing a tour of Southern state
Nature notes Rxlants cause routers. controls over lobbying In this capitals beginning next week.
mono property damagn than tor.. Henry Cabot Lodge, who quitas country by agents serving foreign Johnson appointed Collins director .
nadooi. A rattlesnake usually U.S. ambassador to South Interests. of the Community Rela.

\. grows two, not one, rattle. each Viet Nam to come home and Among other things, the tions Service which will be or.
year. Meadowlarks aren't true help Scranton, went out to Kan. measure would prohibit these ganlzed in Hodges' Commerce
larks-thoy belong to the black sas to make a pitch but only six agents from using funds from Department
bird convention delegates showed up. foreign employers to make political Officials said the Hod s.col.
fvally Giraffes" have such -- -.. -- --
n poor voices they "talk" to each They spent some of their time contributions and would tins tour Is being conducted
e other by switching\ their tails. The average depth of the talking foreign affairs. require the agents to report po. without fanfarehe
.I'. U.N. medical studies Indicate Pacific ocean is 13215 feet Here in Washington, Sen.
exceeding that of the Allan Margaret Chase Smith still
that the Unite: States now has cj'jQeN41f10NAL
pafliifl Fiaic as the world's tic by about 2300 feet At thinks she hat a chance for the

most alcoholic nation. One out least four soundings have nomination, she says. She denies OUTLOOKInstant
of 20 Americans Is thought to bea been made in the western she's really hoping for the
problem drinker Pacific which exceed 33000 vice presidential nomlnalon.
I "There oil feet The greatest accepted Former President Dwight D. Tax Reduction
are mote glands ?
, Eisenhower Is still refusing to ,
per square Inch on a woman's, depth of the Pacific is at a
face than there are oil wells in point midway between Guam say anything about his prefer. By OtoRci HACEDORN
for candidate.
Tims: ," says D*. Jjlii: !7. His. and Yap called the Chal ence a
Goldwater who seems to have
.i-tck n \ Cleveland skin specialist. lenger Depth almost 38000 ,
the nomination locked
The originator of the presl. feet down. Pressure at that up,
sounds very self assured. In
dentlal "whlstle-stop campaign" depth averages more than Wasnln, ton Monday he said he The process of making had abandoned the thought
was! WIlUam Jennings Bryan In 16000 pounds per square was shopping around in his major adjustments the national of a quickie cut, and Instead
13K\ a
m xLL '::i. runnlngmate. consuming one.President Ken overhaul of the tax law at the
V .. ,. nedy offered! specific recommendations
f.'''''>>> ''' "Y He said he has two names on beginning of the next year.
his list of prospects-Reps.Ger. for tax changes, While this was going the
"It it Benson that also bird matcher rf"
a 0A M MAD .RAMP aid R. Ford of Michigan and In the form of a draft bill, to anticipated economic down.
M'it'r' : '' ii I IRA.liO.VNIO i William E. Miller of New York Congress In January 1963. It turn, which had brought all
.Th. Ntlloital ObMntrThis ,>', T1TANlc..MO 5 -cut denied stories he favors was not until February 19S4, the talk about, failed to ma

.51 L T. u NtASVl.RI Miller. "I don't know how that thirteen months later that terlallze. The economic rise
\ ( S ;u lIIlt' started he said. the resulting legislation took off
0 TOt. 0 M t Mbrr . got again in the fall of
1 Dnencuup 2i Meanwhile, the hopeful Miller emerged from Congress and 1962 after only a brief
w A M 0 O t A A M A4KIa1 pause.
.hanuci, I was saying he would accept If was signed by President John. Then in January 1983 the
Wonderful WorldThe 'lit Curl.: asked but he hasn't been asked.In President's Economic Report
. ;7 Seu.uo ut' 1'1; llo.,ile . e t NT. 8 t A. D Illinois last week 48 of the son.There has recently been a announced that he would

Greet Trunk Road of Kipling's men of the neighborhood may 1'.1I1IlIn .hdlr A R r i .s T. 5 0 W MIl state's 58 convention delegates revival of discussion of means shortly propose a major tax

' Uy, although longer had nothing on crowd about the open hood of an ailing lark!. hi priori MOO D. 0 V T 5 I D tU lined up with Goldwater after whereby the procedure for reduction. The Report pre
our little stretch ot lane when It come \"uro dud J'l Ftur thin' e A Ii L I l t F t. W listening to appeals from him changing tax rates and tax dieted that If this were enacted -
to local color. taxi pitting their combined experience 111111. j\\ Choral: 0 D t S. D t W t R t and Scranton. The other 10 did rules can be streamlined. The promptly, gross national
It has been noted here before that agalnit the perversity of the machine, l j, 1.dldll,1 wuyknniuupLuIt not commit themselves. Idea Is that we may need to product would reach $578 bil
this particular thoroughfare of ours U meanwhile blocking the movement ., nId"d: SOLUTION 0' YESTERDAYS PUZZLE Gov. Scranton went back make tax revisions In a hurry, lion In 1963. The tax reduce
now paved with the finest concrete, an tttll-mobilt tthlctti H Fur ,10 (lp'r.1I1 there this week looking for del. to meet economic emergencies. tion was not enacted but
ell,e 8on. ear-round higlnvnv upon These art the everday thing, the I In C OvmurI solo' H 'u.1 S rims. wtbeI egates. He started off shaking The proposals take various gross product for the year
'I which it for I Ii l'a\ oiifih 37 I'oolh H !'IlIlIhlllll' llum" and forms In one version It Is
were not the human and scenes we expect to itt whenever 'we hands with commuters get. turned out to be $583 billion
animal and mechanical impedimenta, p.... But occinonally, at happened theoiu ,in d"olOI II lll'I ting washed out by a thunder.. suggested that Congress delegate In other words we had a
modern vehicles could moII s ipankinf r afternoon, tome new and 'wonder I Dumuml\ <1 tit III IO\\ N T I.I..hI" >a storm at a shopping center to the President standby stronger economy without the
pace However, there Is the above ful addition to lift on Hit Un turn up ...11 bukDnur. 41 I I 11I1 "I I Fpm Iwo InLh.rJI rally. power to make across-the. tax cut, than the Administra

4 mentioned Impedimenta and the pace of and we know that we have not yet tn cncrKl' tI\I:;' tl lisp : {\ceakrr; Scranton said he went back to board rate cuts when, In his tion had predicted we would
.urd 42 i'rrr.1m tai hr .
the modern vehicle Is I leisurely crawl everything, that eventually there will b. < r Illinois to arouse Republicans in judgment, the economic situ- have with the cut.
Ij and if there It any spanking done it aby the elephant walking through the crowd .Silkworm U \.w" h.,11. hcuduII! 1IIIUI,1: general to ret them to tell their ation calls for them. Congress The tax reduction Is now In
a mother who his rushed out to retrieve that would make the scene complete n I'm and 1 1.111110. 4 Will U ILmdiris delegates to switch to him. hs, understandably shown I effect! and It begins to look
a toddler from beneath the wheelsof This vat the approach from the louth Rug Seven of Kansas' ;JO! delegates little enthusiasm for that as though business Is going to
an approaching truck. of an old gentleman driving an enormous I I J /_ 4 f. ; / r II 9 .v IOj Pdrt 01 01 are on Goldwater's side, only Idea Less extreme proposals be better In 1964 than most

h At eve, .. the poets lay. when the boar ahead of him 'with a stick, while il ", ;Juumo"'I one on Scranton's, and some of would Introduce new procedures experts had predicted But we
children art home from school and papa from the north came a proud young man ; ; 211 t Blvd. the 20 already have left for the within Congress so at to have no warrant for conclud
I. from work and mama escaped from thekitchen being dragged along b>' a huge Aliatlan. IS '. 21 ('ul grrnI4 convention. Nevertheless Lodge make possible more rapid action ing that this Is cause and
the lane till with teething,. The boy tugged at the dog's leash 'when ;; :U FulmluhTT saying "my duty Is to presentmy on anti-recession tax effect We have no way of
Anything then mar be teen moving he taw the boar but the canine headed / : views," went out to Kansas. cuts. knowing what economic con
Aulhur ul
about or pasting through or just Handing straight for the enemy The boer, about Scranton did announce Mon. In appraising such devicesIt ditions would be like right
; .
enjoying the evening breeze twice the height of the dog and three I N I: 1''h.' day that Dr. Milton S. Elsen. may be well to recall some now if the tax reduction had
There are always the boys having fun times at 'wide, walked on aa if oblivious / // /1 :lit ll'dgrr1r hower, the general's brother, recent history. In mid-1962 It not been enacted.
with the charcoal dealer't cart, whoop to the dog. until the tatter placed" his VL u 0'' lJ J. 29 Rua.nug would nominate him at the con. appeared that there was a This la not to suggest that
ing as they race fatter than any car rose near his and miffed .mk ventlon. He hinted broadly he slow Ing-down In the general reducing the burden of .
would dare through the crowd. The end. The old man serenely Ignored the r '/ ze _, Z' it :li 'i,, had the unannounced support of economic uptrend and some taxes Is not a desirable

lees came of tag the youngsters play dog. flicked the boar behind the ear )I ,1 42d drubit the former president with whomhe observers feared a recessionwas objective. But it should be
foes on In and about and over the with a tiny switch: and ht and hli pig ; / I II.U. had talked. In the offing President carefully considered and
I never-ending game of hopscotch the moved around the enemy and on throughthe J:; ,. IS 0 HIli"" Lodge had talked with Elsen. Kennedy, In a trial-balloon planned for in advance and
little girls play.A crowd if 'were alone / uuawnI. last week and
at they oa hower managedto remark Indicated he might oriented toward tax
.41 Iiiu./ removing
boy from the tables nearby may tome unobstructed paddyflttd /h Jl 7a J! .ii err convey the impression he had consider asking for an Immediate barriers to long-range economic
I lead I hone through the press, while acute The dog stood a moment bewildered. / dial SprukhAu found a package of goodies In emergency Income tax growth There Stems to
I little girl her plump flesh innocent an then, "washing the I' I'll fl .
mere 'II', memoryof / Gettysburg.But cut Congress held hearingson be little merit In
, schemes for
: .:' .. ..I.I4j
I I. of cotton silk taffeta gingham or lace, what couldnt have been anyway 110111. one of the general's aides the Idea, and found a preponderance inort-order tax cuts to coun
treads with regal condescension the hot from his mind moved on dragging hit ie t/ As J'Ihr.our ,"I.PI' said Monday there would be no of opinion opposed teract Ihort term business
concrete. permitting the traffic to form burden behind Mm. sniffing' the air for .. comment at this time 01an, to It. After some weeks swingsAnent ,
. ..
behind her In I slow moving parade further encmlei he d.-Binjlfcik, Wct II... 23.vn 11 "N.r./ preference for the nomination. the President announced that


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7 ,, nem,', .ill add heiweei' .'
ind 16 ""llIon0 I the \ "I. ', _, NPW YORK UPI flat "Hi gin
thousand w MI "l the national nonu,,.ling .no
? Thim i I''' '
"iition i.s .um",,,,. \reditrd to
'" alt etpecled II> pour 'I
I n" n .nd 2t>,0I1O hotel p.. , I Andrew Jackaon aft' wee nnmt,
'"'' been rtstrtcil. hated t I"r reelection al t the tint
convention hold by the Demoratan
''I'' 1\' R,w ION The Repubhcana art pav 'ng II I I1412.Igo

-.. 'IOINI| ) i diy lent for the C".* < as .. llC-J.; ...__... :-
PjUie., to of the Oenrril CahruI"Sem DCpetlment .. ItmtNTION !SITE The Ill imlli,;n CJw PiiUit n: jru 'I Dwight D. Luen, hid convened in Baltimore' the
vend Mar before Ietn step, when
I c 1'\111I1'1'.1' 145.000 .. guar ho if'g n cell" i ; I9 <6. a III itm be he me. of the Republican N.llonalIIn'enllOn their names were 'celled de

; w :: nioi that the puss'' bills will ( rteninf, (lull 1) The Cow Ptla< which will seat 16.000.off LIE in pointed their b.llolo 'ir an ">pei")
he paid' and the Cnw Palace rtlurnru unob.lructed'ltW from 1.000 of the tent box The firm ballot ih.>wi. 1 I III)
i to ii> uaual condition vole clot' I08 for ,...Ilion. Wirl,

of Mary I..cI, whu became the first
The t million Cow "Palace

will will,, seat hi available I60IJO, Pl but nt>no of alcoholic food I Coy Candidates Say! No, Mean Yes I "bv, ..id..1 national candidate nvninaltntcommlh nominated'

heveraiet will bo meld on I NEil \'\ORKAP-( -- attitude The tic of Adlai Sttvenaon In roc.The National Republicans held

the ptemmee during the convtnn of reluctance on Iheplrl of thou 1952 and that of ('hit lea Fvanillughta. 6. then fl'nu"un.Un
>n. According, to the I.em.nlbol".n p1 X0, who ,issued. three formal convention
CALVIN ecking the preaidenilal nomination IU2' naltimore
In 'n ie did theDemncreia
the puny the can GOP sell and light California tefrenhmenu ,, NOT 's {At(VIR ha a long been considered, dentala of hi* candidacy, befor And like the Demo
not onlY faahlonablc. hut almost being nominated in 1916 are .r.1w they uninlmv.il noml
4I : will operate end ""'nil,I.m.other. Tit tunces state w v a "mu.'" In U.S, politic. both looked upon ta teal draft. valid an the first ballot; TheiVchuie :

tint. including thret retlauranta AI "4 (' Thue. the eager candidate, in Prrhepetht mialtiulvrtluclaicandidate wee Henry Clay at Kentucky
nureumg the nommation. often of ill time was \\J".IIt .
which cm teed S.000 pet V
Mlur. pull on a display of indifference Seymour In Ifol the Democrats A yV The Republican Party chose
The both Progress Adn inn with "the humorless lalculatlonof adjourned ,the convention *a aiaa .,.n fi 4. ft ,"r first preaident al andidale
intion' tonattucted the huilJini, of a certified public accountant poanblt after nominatin In II56 John C. Fremont.
lIot1ch opened In 1441 The PAdtht PRESIDENT In purautl, of the Holy Drill," him, ao he wouldn't have a Until II.I, candidate wart
,'' ,,' protect, "No. |-A I.ivimuck -' aa an Fngliah ntwnnian once chance to refuae A genuintdiatreaaed rf chosen by a caucu of Con,,,..*
when men At first, the nominating ion*
txpiailinn Duilding. put H. Seymour wept n
One emu declared that with In tht history, of nomine.Ingconventiona he heard. the new and lobbed to vtnlloni which replaced. cauae fA9d

pe,, Hi. needing hnu... "they there have been a nerd."Pity me. Harvey, pity ,iNCOIIo 6ET: THAT
hu f it a palace for cowa only three drafta generally con ma." N, : 1rfoa
Mi, "alms fur it atuck unified genuine C # GO NERD


Convention Delegates Have Become 'More Trustworthy'By i\ 1'4:1: ,. J )'

Pelegatee lo the 1948 Presidential, Nominating Convention

Democrats R.pubhun. . ;....
Newtftdturct Writer Catholic 27.5V 6.1'1 J'-
Jewish 6.It. .t,
1 NEW YORK (AP) Concpiratari, murderers. kept editors (error Education

"ill i, alavc-catchera, apiea, bribera, epongera and the bom poet graduate work }4.It )4,0% i
fretdom-aellerc of the earth then arc come of Iht termi used only clemtntary
by Wilt Whitman to deacrtbc the controlling members of 1 typical '
53" i.}% were "v "ire than mm "meet-
presidential ncminailng convention In the pie-Civil War era Income per year r togs. ItK t>\ the IllOa, annrlion
Time It ...m.. haa brought about a change in the over.ill over 150.000 40% *.4% hL nod acquired the ritual
character of the deltgatlona A study conducted' by Rrooklnga Inamulion under t}'500 '.3% Oat9 whiji remains 'largely unchange4i|
.I concluded that "'h. delegatea of 1953 were bettereducated Occupation HIMKualneaa ti>day, opening prayara, nomlnit-: *
leas boaa-ridden, moll adiuited, to the requirements of an 2),4% 35.8' ant speeches, roll cilia, temporary .
open piilitic system and generally more trustworthy than those ofa firmin, 6.6\ T.9% and permanent chairmanl
half cenury esrl tar. keynote ipeeehea to atouae th :I 1 This jB4...ovimantha* bean attributed' la at...wI !nun auih aatht 14 a rL J.a 4 Re11! .<.-.e. !
integration of Immigrant troupe, higher" alandardc of education. wee eeJected. for thiiNrtt tune. 10''b* I full del.,.", ana ever since --r.m....
the decline of atatewtda' political bo...., the Civil Service and the female influent haa Incraaied ....,hly. In 195. 211 women The Democratic convention of
the \Hatch, Act inclusion of women ca delegatea and the greatly in. served aa full delegalee and )9| a* allernaiea al the Democratic .160 wee the only nominating
clued Hgnncanca of presidential primer lea. national ao.aeli.m.Negroes : ', nli'fit' ,III., ",K part which
The Ujmnnail, sketch of I typical, delegate today would runaomcwhit have bean included In southern delcgatlona to Kepublican d i I ,, ,.lei. .Ir. ,,m ardldatiV
like this, according, to Brookinga Inalilullon! male conventions ever since the Civil \War Over the year their ! 7r Proleatant In his early 50., who attended college and earnaalightly numbere at the conventioni of both panties have welled 'In 11'11. the Otarlaalan S.C
mine than tlO.000 per year He la probably I lawyer who 1952. 43 Negro delegates. and alternates attended the Dem"cratii jjNt\ .n' "ill. ",,n, ad|"umed to meet in
r has served aa c delegate at least once hel..... .1. convention while' 12 took part In the Republican nominatingproceaa. lust\' rt 'in I huie, Tnerr Stephen"
A. liHiglat of Illlnola comb
\However, the atnkmg, feature of the detegaiet Ii.. not in theiratmilarity aria
n.lrd the second ballot,
J on
but rather In their diversity.The .. Labor unions too have been reprcatnitd In went y..... Nearly
Th* Demoual also held Ih
following figurec" .a an Idea of the wide variety found within 10 .per cent of the Democratic delegatai and about 2 per cent of *
iltal imvantlon 14 day In
today' political delegation: he Republican" delegatea In 1941 were union members .
l" 24, al which the party nomlnaled
1 'rr John William Davla of Weal

z i. r W Virginia on the 10lid: ballot.
W' Q :> e = f 0eC & And lOll year ago. *. Republican
N c ; car z c t.. iia" p c et 'IE met 10 nominal Abraham
,, g !! s VN Lincoln for a second term. That
g G KQ
N r 0 i g r J Z u J i fact .probably will be naiad In
Ian Hanclaco without mention
of his alogan "Dim't swap
kIWi4W1 Alabama 20.Iuk. bona In the middle of the
I IArisen. U adeem

16 Tyr" I IIL

......... U California: ,

C.I/..." uIwnde
Here Delegates
". IICrrw.nw

D.I...." Uf IL II ((1,308)) Come

1.,4. J4 NEW YORK (AP The Republican
y ra G..a 34 Party has author I led

H..II adn. I,XII delegalaa and 1,301: alterAalea -
---_ to the 1964 convention
Marling July IIIh .
hhn.,. 5c.27 number of dalegala from

.....,... each ..... I I. bead on the dieIrlbution -

rl vd.ORGE L 1 ,,. U of Republican InC
ngraa, with two vow for
-..... 20
1 each Republican Senator andlluuat
II......k, U member This r..rh.. alliKatum .
I Lo...,..... 20 of dilegal elao In.
cludea a onus of ail ""I.. fur
M..ne ICMa.vlao1
each elate which voted Republican .
20 In ft* 14M preeldentialleclim

1IIIo..h...". 34Mmk.esn or which has elected aRepublican
governor or aenato
1Mnn.tar. '
.t thai Urn or sine. thai time
6M.a.muppi llow data plu arc chasm ic
I IJ entirely up to each atat*. It Icuaually

/"a.. I 101,...." 24 by elate, primary eleo-

I ( N. ROMM.Y: Mantas 14Ho.ka e lion....live state lommllle onvantloa. uf elite

wood.H. 6 '10 Tons of TV

H..h,.. 14 '1 ON I-II. MORTON Kqiiipmcnt to S.F.

x Ho. J...., .0
Ho.IIIIo.,.. 14N.
i 900 employee of the due lelerlatnn -
.. whNwnlr Irl networks, "bringing 40 tone

C..I.... 26 jrf xsjlpmant Including! 30 e am

1r N..h lI.k... 14110 era i and 30 mllea of cable, will
MI r* with *i* delegate for Ih*
\ ,. |19'"4 Republican convention In

Qk I.h.... 22 San Franelsoo." I

N. 0..... II Newapapennen. will tie more
*an J.OOO telephones and JJJteletypewriter
Ia ,.......,1....,. UbM'
lmasi there will
I.'.... 14 1r .b* 264 radio circuila.

wok C... .... 16 If American follow huts pal
5..h ah.oa 14T. tem of tour yeaia ago, nearly
everybody will read about, Helen
......... 2. n H see anew of the convention

t .... Ss proceeding. A.C. Nielsen Co.
e Urn IYerm.M 14 animated that 92 par cent of U.S.
'"" .h.* watched al laaal part of
12 ni of the two convention on TV
Vapsu 30 Ml HO.
WNkmraaWne U The line nationwide laleccalif
tonvenlion wan the Repub
V" ,. 14
ii.an convenilon of 131
........ ,.. 2wyem.
aA .
( ) After viewing -
D.... of Csiwnk.. 1WA. I few political spectacle.

r. .was J known aa national" mnioatingconvamione.

Vaaw ..Leda. J Will Roger. aaid,,
"Aa .bad aa we ere and ae Roy
end ,2c.N..a aa war. to till"... we ere Wlier

MARK O. HATFIELD inwhus T. TOTAL! I I I I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1--1-1 WILLIAM F.a. MILLER off bring" dean on more die other eoivewion eomiiriee*.**, M

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_,, ,,, ,
I " ,-' , #. -J Tournament Game July 17
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+ :- ;'_ << > .;'ii Senior League AllSparsPre '

in For Venice Game S P0 R TS

i lfli . . . . . . . .
.- .- . -. .- .- .- .- -. - - - .-.
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Members of the 1964 Naples slstant Robert Johnson are work the tournament than last year's
Senior Little League all-stir ing to mold the team into a unit group
NEWS Tuesday July 7, 1964
team have IWle mort tha.n I week 6 COLLIER COUNTY
before Friday, July 17. On that Four boys who were all.stare
tJ to prepare rd'r their first tourna day, the Naples team will travelto last year repeated this year.
1 mont (ante. Venice to meet the Venice all. Managers, under the supervisionof
I Manager Duane Lyon and as. star team for the District 9 league official Bill Hyder

; l 'championship. The winner will picked the 14 players and two
go on to the state tournament at alternates\ Saturday afternoon.

Reach AgreementIn Orlando. Back for another year of all-star

( Last year, Naples defeated competition are Steve Steele,
< \r : i Ump's Pension Venice here, 5-4, but in the next Bruce McCarthy, Jerry Davis,

: i4f round at St. Petersburg, Naples and Rod Chlckerlng.
-> .. I Fund ArgumentNEW lost out. Though they can only These four boys are 15 years
;<< .. II I !!! play one g&ne at a time, thl.year's old, and so are six other squad
: G \ YORK (AP) The Na.
; '
r, :, ;r : $} ,\ \ 'r Uonal Hague's Executive teaof'membera are det.rmJlled members There are three 14.
Council to get farther along In year-olds and one, Carlos AUon..so .
I -I meeting with represent.
:. .. ( atlves of the league's umpires who is 13. The team held

... .. l'M association\ has reached aver. Its first get-together Monday af.
bal ternoon, and was reminded that
agreement on an IncreaseIn
, "IaI\I.l the there is no time to lose to prepare
: ... umpires' pension fund. Senior League
for tournament play.
;\ tg The agreement, which came
Here Is the all-star
.'. after three hours of dosed door
a From Cypress Lodge 299 Dodgers
meetings Monday, must be ap AveragesSpectator
: Jeff Johnson, 14, pitcher.
,j, proved by the league at the.umm.r
.._ catcher-inflelder
Steve Steele
# meeting, tentatively ; ,
CHAIN-LINK FENCE view of Naples Little League all-star team shows scheduled Aug. 10 In Chicago. Includes all games 15, Infielder; Don Llghtner, 14,

manager John lamuni (right) giving instructions to the 14 players. John Reynolds, attorney for 30 or more at bats pitcher-outfielder; Carlos Alfon.

Team held its first practice session this morning. On July 23, all-stars the umpires' group, said he so, 13, pltcher-catcher-lnflelder;

will begin tournament play with afternoon game at Sarasota would present the agreement to AB R H Avg.'lfonso er.Mark Finger, IS, inflelder-pltch P 54
the association and NL President (' 53 22 22 ,415Jf
(NEWS photo) "
From Elks Reds: Bruce Me:
Warren Giles would present .Johnson 50 20. 18 .360 Carthy, 15, Inflelder-outflelder Pre
it to the league. ;
Thornton 40 7 14 .350
Roger Mann 14
The umpires, who on May 26 pltcher-ln
Black 38 12 13 .342
Naples Little LeC1JlU8Exchange threatened t strike unless the fielder; Glenn Thornton, 15, pit.
Tudor 36 9 12 ,333J cher-outfielder.
pension plan was Improved,
Rose 36 7 12 .333 From Collier County Motors
currently receive $200 year
for each year of service per upon' Lightner 46 12 115 .326 Cubs: Jerry Davis, 15, pitcher. <

retirement at age 55. They re- Chickering 38 10 12 ,316Steinbach catcher-lnflelder; Rod Cnicker A "w, c
Slips By Cleaners; jected a league offer boosting 36 14 11 .306 inC, 15, Infielder; Jim Stein.

the figure to $ZSO in May, and McCarthy n 18 15 .294 bach, IS, pitcher-outtlelder. PARADE 0 FBI I R DIE I SMother Duck unconcernedly '

demanded $300. Hackney! 48 13 14 .292 From Lawyers Abstract Pirates hold up I twosome at the ltdt her 11 duckling I

Details of Monday's agree : Mike Matusiak, 15, out. eroi. grim of the Erikln Golf Course In South Bend, Ind,
A. Hackney 43 14 12 .2'19 fielder Fred 15
; Moss pitcher _
ment were not announced.
Salleys Oilers Try AgainHolland Matusiak 39 10 10 .258 Infielder; Jerry Rose 15, pitch
Mann SO 8 12 .240 r-catcher.. ceola won the late.model feature I

Whitehead 30 10,7 .233 Two alternates also were see Buddy Daniels rare and Guy Osceola was first
Salley and Standard that, the ill-stars' preparations and struck out 10. Ray Jensenof Tom Brown Goes Davis 38 148, ,211F lected and will play if one or in the Jalopy feature.

Oil will try again Wednesday at for the Little League tournament Trail Cleaners also went the With Green Moss 43 8, 9 .207 more of the 14 team members is Heat races in the late model
SilS to play their Little Lea will occupy the attention of players route, but walks and errors prove Bay; Grimm 34 8, 1 .206 not able to compete. Alternatesare Wins FeatureAt class were won by Rlrhle Yahl

gue game which has been rainedout managers, and fans for the ed costly. Terms Not KnownGREEN Al Hackney, 15, catcher and and 043.< Osreola. Mike Yahl
outfielder for the Reds and Monty won th* seml-feature.
on two different dates.A rest of the month. Alan Storter singled past ; Speedway
BAY Hackney. 14. Infielder and out. New driver Gayle Gave got the
shower S forced Trail Cleaners off shortstop In the fourth Inningto CAP-
June post jumped to ,
Former Maryland halfback and fielder for the Dodgers. checkered flag lit a heat race
ponement of the game until Mon a 5-0 lead against Exchange last drive in two runs and put Exchange first baseman Tom Brown who New The aggregate batting averageof r'i:Jdy Daniels steered hl.1953 for Jalopies, and O.B. Osceola

day when It rained again. After night, but exchange rallied to in front to stay 7.&. struck out in professional base. team members this season is Bun k to victory in the featured also won a Jalopy heat.

I while it stopped and Exchangenosed take an 8.& advantage. The losers Two errors and a bunt single resulted ball, is going to try his hand in King Of British an even 300. The team gives "demolition derby" at Naples Racing resumes Saturday' at

out Trail Cleaners 87. came close with single runs In an Exchange run In the National Football League Indications of being strong de. Speedway Sunday night. 8:30 p.m., with another full cardof
If Holland Salley wins Wednesday in the fifth and sixth Innings. the next Inning and that run with the Green Bay Packers. fenslvely, and all the better pitch Daniels was cheered by the races to be run on the quarter.

It will give the White Sox was important. The Packers, who finished Open Tournament ers are included on the all.star largest crowd of the season as he mile asphalt oval east of the air.

another Little League champion- GOOD SUPPORT Jensen homered with two out second in the Western Confer; roster.Hayes'. outlasted several other entries port on Radio Road.Baker's t
ship. The team won the first Larry Rogers touched for in the fifth for Trail Cleaners ence as: they bid for a third. ST. ANDREWS crowned Scotland (AP) and picked up a $50 first prize.

half and needs a victory In eight hits, pitched the distance and In the sixth Roger Johnson's straight league title last year They a new king today There were eight other raceson
only fold for the 1964 British Open .
Its final game of the seasonto and was backed up by errorless single through the right side old Brown Monday had night signed.the 23year. Golf Championship at the birthplace Team Sunday's was a big program.It night for the Os. Net 67

win the second half. support afield. He walked five brought In David King with a run Terms were not disclosed but of the game. ceolas O.B. and Guy O.B. Os.

Standard Oil and Jaycees are that narrowed the margin to 8- Brown reported signed for a He's a character known. the Wins Men's Tops Flag PlayAt

the teams with a chance to share Labor To Try 7. Rogers got the final out on a salary of about $20,000 and *' spectator.
the second-half loot. H-S has a called third strike ,bonus of $8Ooo-the same terms Off the printing presses rolled

'.2 record Jaycees 6.3. and Pressure On NFL A single by Jerry Cooksley, a offered when he was drafted by enough tickets to accommodate Golf OutingPosting SoftballAverages Big CypressSharp
to watch the 104th
30,000 people
Standard &.3. On F rlday at 5:15. walk and Tom Croak's single the Packers in 1962.
Standard meets Jaycees to com To Get PlayoffBOSTON driving in Cooksley started Brown, a football star and Open title play which starts a score of 115 points shooting Bob Bakerftreda
Wednesday and endures 72 holes 747.67 to win honors in the
baseball All-America top
at the
the After AP-Okay the things going Trail Cleaners a team comprised of Capt. Joe
plete regular season. ( so the most
University of over impolite 6,926 first annual Independence Day
Maryland was a
in the second Inning. Hoke Gra
American Football Dale Uhllch Tal.J -
League Hayes Jerry
1963 spring sensation for the yards of trouble in existence. Flag Tournament held Saturdayat
management, that U- can't cely singled In a run and Croak Washington-Senators, who pajdj 4, In 1873 Torn{ JUdd. won, the, J bet and Tom Abbott popped first .... 'alhgcmes'86'or'moreat Big Cypress Golf and Country
talk the,National into a playoff. and G racely scored the third and :: honors In ,
Championship here Sunday's putlng\ ofjhe. Club.
Mrs. DuBane Wins him a bonus of 'about ho.ono;;;, frolP.COlli.* 1 '' bats '
I Now labor !t. giving it a try. fourth runs on double steals King *
He opened the season at float<.Ipetltor.; and a bibulous gallery Greater Naples Men's Golf Association Florence Brossart shot h.l2.
9-Hole Tourney At least such an Interleague walked and scored on a passed base after hitting' .312 In the"lot SO. AB R H Avg. 71 to edge Mary Gordy in the
meeting on the field as well as ball to make It 6.0.In As the American Wheeler 54 18 27 .500
exhibitions challengers The event was held at The ladles division of the flag event.
Mrs. E. DuBane with 41 off has been proposed> by Tom. Rice 48 11 21 .437
the third, Exchange got four But after hitting only .167 1m,,"led by Jack Nlcklaus Doug San. Moorings Golf and Country Club. Baker's name will be engravedon
j strokes won low honorsIn my Addlson, Boston Patriots'linebacker Stahlman 59 24 25 .424
gross runs back on two errors and five 81 American League games, he ders, Tony Lema 'and Doug Points were awarded on a basisof a plaque which will Join other
the nine-hole tournament stag and president of the Ford, and others arrived, the Schuhhels 44 24 18 .409 trophies in the clubhouse. The
walks. In the three-mn fourth, was farmed out to York, Pa., in three for a birdie two for
ed last week on ladles The AFL Player Association spectator fever hit the Old Flowers 54 16 20 .370
day at four errors a walk, and Star the Class AA Eastern League, and for a plaque was donated by Ed Du.
I Moorings Golf and Country Club. Addison has contacted Ordell ter's two-run single were the where he hit .228 In 77 games. 'Course. Golf fans by the hun. par one Fred bogey.and V. Weeks 46 12 17 .370 Bane.
Low putt honors for nine holes Braase, Baltimore Colts' de. red1ents. He was back at York this dreds wandered arouhd, sport. Capt. Pauley team Llles 50 13 17 .340 Runner.up honors in the men's
went to J. Savage with 16, followed tense end who Is NFL counter. and had year, and his average dipped leg their spectator tickets. members Ed DuBane Norman Shlmer 43 16 14 .326 division of the flag tourney wentto
closely J.Smith with 17. part. Gracely Cpoksley two below .200 before he told Man. "The spectator II'the king Herren and Dob Abbott took second Bans 43 7 14 .326 Sam England with a net 70.
by hits each for Trail Cleaners ager Jim Lemon he would play nowadays," said George 61m ms, with 108points. Third place Third place honors were sharedby
At next Wednesday's outing Hannett 53 17 17 ..321D.
Addison suggests a meeting and Greg Hall got two of Ex his last professional baseball,, press officer for the Open. went to the foursome made up Gil Newton and Clarence Davis
the Weeks 61 22 19312
ladles will .
play I "pokerhand" of both league's associations to change's six hits. Exchange game Sunday night Slmms, a golf writer in Brit. by Bill Cunningham Capt.; Jack with net 72's.
arrangement with the low "end this senaeltts war" and finished the season with a &.S The Packers consider Brown, sin for years is by 'his very ex. Winters Bob Hartnett and Alan Van Hall 44 13 13 .295 "Ball sweep" honors were won

hand winning. improve pro football In general second-half record and 9-11 a top prospect for either flankerback ,lstence a sign of the times. The Foster. They posted 107 points. Pease 61 14 18 .295 by Charles Carr who fired a
"Can any one score five aces?" and the players' lot In particular overall. Trail Cleaners was 2- or defensive back. He II''.Royal and Ancient Club once About 60 members of the association Wolf 42 11 11 .262 fine 811467. Second place
a spokesman wondered. 8 and 5-15. 6-foot.1 and 190 pounds. permitted the press to come to In the Yahl 54 7 14 .259 honors were shared by Bill Cunningham *
.the tradesmen's entrance to see participated Schmucker 43 6 11 .256 and Bob Hartnett with
something posted on the wall. monthly event, which Is held Askew 51 17 13 .255

This currying the favor with the first Sunday of each month. Hartter 49 10 12 .245 71's.Marlys Boyd won the closest
00' the public has been adopted The association held a 7:30 p.m. Bickford 54 16 13 .241 to-the-pln contest for women and
from the Americans meeting Sunday at the community Dale Uhlich won the men's com
STATEMENT Peer 38 9 9 .237
Consoquently, this time the room at the Naples Federaland petition.
Caballero 47 7 11 .233
paying golf spectator Is being viewed a colored movie of
THE BANK OF NAPLES 'given new paths to walk along. the 1964 Master's Tournament. Kelly 61 7 14 .230
side the nine holes out and nine Haynes 40 10 9 .225 le

NipUi, Florida :-, all.."I'., holes back which distinguish the Cothron 59 12 12 ,204 0

At the Close of Business June 30 1964 Old They Course are charging spectators Claim New Soviet State r

$|4.20 for the entire week of golf Track Field Team Clear Hot Day
until the last shot Is fired Fri. d

RESOURCES :. day.The To Be Stronger Greets Stars At LeagueBy '
Open prize is only 4200. THE
MOSCOW (AP>- The Soviet
The top Americans who have
Loans and Discounts (including overdrafts) 5.059,602.9"F. lifted the Open into the biggest men's track and field team that Shea StadiumNEW ASSOCIATED PRESS

H. A, Loans __ 121,738.68 prestige title abroad-don't scornIt. opposes the United Statesat W. I. Pct G.B.
' Los Angeles July 25-26 will YORK AP) It Lakeland 8 0 1.000 -
; ( was
Bank and Real Estate ___ 269,495.57 :
be than the one that ,
stronger clear and hot with the thermo. Ft. LauderdaleS 2.714 11"
Furniture and Fixtures ____________ 76454.06? -r V.,',. I"o..d put up a strong battle against meter pushing toward 90 de. Tampa 5 3 .e2 2

Other Resources .._________--_ ,_. 17.301.93' h."d. withALLS'A'E American trackmen here last ,,green at Shea Stadium today St.Petersburg S IS .500 3
L year, according to Russian when Dean Chance of the Los Miami 4 8 0400 4
U. S. Govt. Bonds _________ 4739103.95 Coach Gavrlll Korobkov. Angeles Angels faced Don Drys. Daytona Beach 3 5 .375 4

Other Bonds ____.._...- 713,88999 N But Korobkov squelched an ,dale of the Los Angeles Dodg. Orlando 2 S .288 41"

Cash and Due from Banks _.__ _._ .. 1.073,24917 6,526,243.11 I Aule I""c. anticipated broad Jump duel between Russian world record
t I,game. Monday's Results
tee or phone holder Igor Ttr-Ovantsyan and The big stars of baseball were Sarasota 2, Orlando 0

TOTAL 12,070,83629 Kerr C'oi; e U.S. ace Ralph Boston Monday (>n hand for the game in the Lakeland 3, Miami 1

SEARS.NAPLESLUL8TATH by disclosing that Ter.OVanes. 1 Sew York Mets' new park, ad. St. Petersburg (, Daytona BeachTampa
I yan will not make the trip. fining the World's Fairgrounds 1

LIABILITIES A In the 1983 meet In Moscow, [ About 4f,000 fans at Ft. Lauderdale, ppd
,, /Y eYeeeeYeeeYeY American men defeated the t urned out In the bright sun.
Kreee Co"",, ...t .aOT.CTlOfi Russians 119.1 M.WJMET I shine GamesLakela.nd
)n Ht>l...- *-fcliil "*"i
] Capital' Stock ____.__ 400,000.00" ..-w-e.Y.Y.e.)**+ m1gg SMW at Miami =
Tim Lems 30 became the Daytona Beach at Sarasota
j Surplus ____.__. .. 380,000.00 firil pr. golfer u, win three Orlando at St. Petersburg

Undivided Profits and Reserves _.______ 222,15366 NOW- I"llm;. ems this veer. Tampa at Ft. Lauderdale ((2)

Interest Collected Not Earned ___________ 38,306.80 AWINNINGDEAL .

Other Liabilities _________ 4,353.08 Baseball
r FOR YOU Standings
Deposits _... 11,026,02275
National League American League
TOTAL __'__ 12,07083629 THAT BECAME Philadelphia 47 28 .627 Baltimore 48 28 .632 _
San Fran. 47 31 .603 11 I,* Chicago 44 30 .593: 3
,1 Growing with Naples and Collier County since 1949 WORLD'S Cincinnati 42 35 .545 e New York 45 31 .592 :3
Pittsburgh 40 35 .535 7 Minnesota 43 37 .538 7
TRUST POWERS DURABILITY Los Angeles 38 39 .494 10 Detroit 38 39 .494 lOVi
St. Louis 39 40 .494 10 Boston 38 41 .481 JII,;

AT DAYTONA! Chicago 36 38 ...86 10412V Cleveland 34 42 .447 14
Houston 37 43 .463 Kansas Clty31 47 .397 18
I New York 23Monday's 58 .284 27 Washington 32 51 .389 KVfc '
JfI w Results Monday's Results
4c ; No games scheduled No games scheduled

Today's Games Today's Canes
t American AlleS tar.... National League
.&* ;: League AlUStars.
y rl a IMMEDIATE DELIVERY' FAST CREDIT' EASY TERMS National League All Stars at American League All Stars at
I New York New York

.: COLLIER Wednesday's Games Wednesday's Games
\ St. Louis at Philadelphia. N No games scheduled

; 610 Tamlaml Trill, No. Mien MI 2-5134 San Francisco at Chicago, 2s
Onh games scheduled "Stop" Sign Mean STOPr


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Bonn Germw' (Af) For. British Conservative lea: tc;

mer Chancellor Koiirad Aden. much toward Moscow.

auer Is starting t. new political Adenauer Insists that hlfi

career it the 'It ot 68-1eacler friendship for De Gaull ts --ot

of the opposition to Ml .Utc'" directed against the United

j Sore foreign pAJkj', States, but he feels the need to

''II\\" It's a lowJc,y off>o,ltlon, but remind Washington repeatedlj, L

opposition none ttyk 1Tsi. of the dangers he sees In trust.

Adenauer bell**** Ch,nc,Uor Ing Soviet Premier Khrushchev.

Ludwig Erhatt'a government H* appear to share De Gaulle' I

\ should work mcf> closely;: with Idea that the United States Is ...--. -Snwow- I7---:.r-- - - - - - .
French Preside Charles de turning too much of Its atten.

.' Gaulle. Erhard *itjv the Amer. tlon toward Red China. l-.Announc.menps 38. Autos For SaU 57-Houtes For Sale

-I'I' lean attitude in. Mud, t. waryof De Gaulle and Adenauer hada
'I'0))) De Gaulle.France long talk on Friday that made PlAZA BEAUTY SALON

"' :, \ .. and W,&t C rmwiy, D* Gaulle 10 minutes late fora IIH E Tamiaml" Trail Ions Chivy 4 Or Std Trant Spacious, 4 bedroom 1 bath
Good Ml 2 2011 .
Midway I tut .CO" ear CBS Au 10 mot Hit twlm
.: ,.!1j i' Adenauer told till, correspondent ) Joint Frnch.\Vest German 7IllIOSSThund.rburdHi.dtop. wing pool and boat dock Haute

";."' In an interView Monday are Cabinet meeting. Adenauer said facet toward N...... Say Own
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Non bad II.
:; .t not sljnlflcant separately but he had accepted De Gaulle's 5-Busintt Oppt.UIINEll R 4. He, for 4200000. Well seen 111.5.
H. Powr window. Mitt. ,..
'r..11" together they c,n form a dike vltatlon to visit Parts In the tory air conditioning, Low mil.

against Soviet pattr' tlon Into OPPORTUNITIES. age Ml 24104 liter t PM N.., Lake Park tchool' 4 bedroom .

,\ Europe. fall.It was generally thought last Caroutel t Drive' 'In t 4/iTI.'tf ____ __ sisal, 2 for bath a CIS molhon.in.tw houte' do-

... He quoted tie QwlU at fay. October when he relinquished 2 bedroom home .. MS 009 CVERYSODY LIKES A WIN. III zoo' 00 Owner will carrv
MrIni-Nortb Trail .=121:SOD HER HERE ARE I FOR YOU a big mortgage 113.51
the to Erhard
Ing: I am for Carman reunification Commercial, lot- TO CHOOSE: FROM
because I Oll't want to that Adenauer would fad qul.tly 2nd Avo N. ____._112000 iONS Falcon, 4 flr Deluno Sit beach Lake Front and homo"..."I Drug block Store from

:'i"t; wake up one murtiliif and hear Into political oblivion. H* .'lie thu N...,.. South inodit, Wgn A' to', RAH SECOND II2SO I CAR C I'. I bedroom I both Cy
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,; that the Russiv a ata on the had no such Intention. homos lod.y"' PRICED RIGHT' press,a.o panned floors living room" ..,

., banks of the Rhine/' H* got a small but well appointed Attoclalet I't2 17 Mitchell Bot. M HP. lIc. 525.500 0tIbotc "dmri"I"
Lucille Ottt Virgil I Marcum ng'n* Boat trxler '
:' France and WtH Germany office In the Bund shaus lob JatserDEWEY it her 1950
"'" would form dike West Germany's Capitol and 1961 'International I cyl long Sedge "om. an an scro4
a stjwi ,
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; POLLY whaal bate cab and chatti lot on.d agricultural, 1 3 bud.nom.
: Adenauer says, I It other Euro- Insisted on remaining chairman Suit for farm truck SIlOS) 00 I bath scr..n perch -

." -;:>, pean nations, Including Britain of the Christian Democratic REALTY LUFF IUY IT GMC.RIGHT INC Cs' S Yams. IIZ.OOO 00. 1/3,51

'Ij. .,. could be brought \cj Join them. party. H* writes and speak Corner ot lit A". Uo. & 421 Ith SI N. MI ,.,Z70 SILL LOACH Realtor
But he has little trust/ In Brit. with the energy and clarity of Tamiomi Trail, tINS IOu40Aulos SOS ItS Avo. South.
Naplet Fit
aln-especially ames he U con a man 30 years younger. Ml' 24JM Midway! I liSt

winced that Britain is soon go. Adenauer 1* known a* a man Repairs! Parts

Ing to have a Laor govern of few, simple and clear ideas. 13-Help Want. Female HOMES SY) ITONE

h4 ment. It's not tM M considers One Is unalterable opposition to LOOK HEREI I IliO movet qualified

: the Labor party t$ to Commit communism. Another 1 I. the Wiilross, w.",... for snack bar buyer ?"Of"'w 3 SR horn, Only
conviction that the Communist and eun5s, Nusl b. II "... MIUU. ono available, to hurry
'- 5/18th Wondering wh.re' go
1100 DOWN. t/S per month
: i are thinking more about taking Col..... girl' to biby tit *ndHa With your car problems f buy* J BR trade In IIoR* on
over Germany than anything clttninf I d.yi a . Palmetto Ct off .
-- ..... ', ,,., Five Missing Ffconi Ml 2 5435 b.lort "i. or Factory FInish, Paint' Job INSPECT our fins hanson now
_UL-_ else.He ftr I, J/jstl Wrecks 5biIltTsniuCn under contlruction on hut Av..

r SHELLING iSIl favorite )hobby of nijMiV fIClI'l'il\J\s' including the lovely affair tests against every those turn Ideas.In foreign priced So.' between from |7th I4.ISO 4 la Ith III.9t 9SO. .
After Wtltrm wnU4 (0 work II Front and ollsnmont
Flora Jo CluuuJoniK't otherwise ki\ MR HANDY MAN' If
poly Srooktid Bowl )you
Trintmlition rtbuill do your own painting. electriC.I '
Plant Blasts runic NOTICIIN LubrlceltoesSrahn matonry. or landtcaping,
News From .1c IN." ... u. about .lIow'1
Notirod .nttemaus msnt, heus.. ouch' costs board your dows.
NEW CASTLE TNC COUNTY ", Must save PolIsh 4 WeDont NumC.
rs, (AP- JUDOC'S COURT payment on a new
I Court Record Five IN AMD FOR COLLIER, COUNTY, M'' 1-1734. look my furlh.r
City County I employes or I ii explosive FLORIDA WILLIAM B STONE. INC

manufacturing pi.rthot\ was IN PROBATE NO __ St* Builder .
M Tenth 81 North Mil" 5130.
CHANCEttt DOCKET rocked by a serial tjf explosion IN RE Lit: .,t. ef 14-Help Wanted Male Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. PRIVATE BALE: "

- ---- Bar bars D. Greene vs Philip and fires Montay "were still GRACE Q. OTt$. IM llh SI N, Mil.1101Naple NO BROKERS
asked to hand )r\< rivl"% license missing D.c.eted ,,,.. Owner bedroom .
Charles Harrison Burton 24, today. Mute Short 0 Cook DI.h. *io mll'-'f: : : 'f :*
Lane Greene ... Non-support. CREDITORS I belh ; MOOR
of 2712 Davis Blvd., was found over to the (ftltco, / chjef for Fuller Industries Inc. vs Ted I The five men lifted by the All creditor of the *.,.,* of .'0'., Nspt.e Apply Shopping LIII'c.Drug",... INOS Central heat and air,:j|
guilty in Municipal Court Mondayof a year He *)?IJ0.' ** 'ined American Cyan,.mi4 Co. as GRACE Q. OTIS dec....... .r* IAI I'UI. 7/'." 44-Mobil Homes 'conditioning, carpeting throughout .. .
Williams et tI... Foreclosure hereby notified and required I* fil. encept I bedroom Com
driving while Intoxicated and $250 and sentefr,q to SO days, missing are Eu el\' tudeslll, *ny cltim' *r demend which' thy pluto hitclien 'Including' ditpottlr|

Judge Thomas Brown orderedhim but $200 of the fJIId,. tia ,Jail lien 45: Gerald Wlnjard SO-; Donald hv *|lnl Mid eitete In Ih* I4..d 5.tismun fir cam product IMJ N.w Moon SO'.IO'. and dithwathor Nico .c,.."..)
ffic* of th* County Jud|* of Col .. .544.1101
to pay $75! fine or serve 30 sentenre were *i)_rhdeq provided Anna Mae Hicks vs RobertW. Schenker 38; Wli&nr RObinson' Her County Florida. 'In E.*( N.. not prlncd Introduced Mlvftman to Florid".'.d only! Cloud In 5 cr.on.d porch Bo Uwn porch, Phon paved* driveway Ml 14104 after ,.

days In jail. he give Up Ma 1I1/nae.: Hicks... divorce. 49; and Clarenc Cl.ybool, 63; dir pi.*. months Florid from within'the Ito,Cats(I) oh..I.INs". so tu. 10. 19U. Fart L.ud.r.dots. nit Trailtr" *, Sprlnit prk, Angltrt Prdltt 7/1201' I P M 5/25,1 ]

The Judge also recommendedthat Sgt. D.L. Bas *M4 that little, Karen Wayne Robinson vs RIchard all of New Castle. fIrst. publication of thIs' Notice. 7/hit

Burton's license suspend. driving south tA: Third $tteet D. Robinson... divorce. Four explosion*-.U Within an b tech* In such leim sod or demend .mult Truck ,I'Iv.' w."'.d for rout 45-Tfsil fs For Rent 58-lots For Sal
ed for six months. Burton was South, apparent ,t ,!le"s""lve hour-ripped thrt(>ugi| American plee of wrltlni ret/dene/ sod mutt poet*tt ellice th* wo,., ,(.. ".11..." end wilorCDndIIionin (

involved in an accident. that de. speed, hit a pu For Sale Trade
be to loon Drive
mollslied his and and skidded 110 'e"l Mo, M* five miles w,_t of NewCastle tworn, by ICe clilmint. hit S/I. tCiptrloncMl SIn wk Specet It week or
car destroyedtwo Larry M. Taylor vs GordonP. lent or hi. attorney, or It will Rock Creek Trailer Park Write Q J Herbert 2i10 Pott.
palm trees. car rammed a coconut (jiurn. and 80 nile| northwestof become void' tccordlni t* tim. IIUII Need Darien Cons
Hand_ auto negligence.Sam /s/ Q C. CARROLLAdminHtretor Sltmn wtnt.d )
James of )
Donald King Little, 18, of 845 Panlplnto 39, JS9 Pittsburgh Cum Teill. Alt ".48. eanlict Stan Shutrt
10th Avenue South, pleaded guiltyto Nautilus was AM $2} for Of. D.MorrsJ!: r.,and lea Me The cause has hot teen deter menlo A""... of Catch* ilM minr *t lr|rm Chvrol. 48-Apts. For Rent 59-Acr.sge)

reckless driving, and was erlng used cars for **lo fet Jm's MorrIs Individuals and or next mined. There was nt) 'Immediate of dec.GRACE..... : Q, OTIS .(' 1/2.51 DIIT"ISIII Ownon nuads

Sunoco, 40 Mntp, ,Street ftPrth. friends and parents of Suzanne ,estimate of damage.. .';: 'WI.ct"H: .L.YIOA. Tradiwlntf ApirtmtnULovely money! 10 ocret IUO total
,' I Pies.
,Only licensed III'N-&ar Tte,l,r Morris a minor vs Rosita L.; James Mile, ".'jUnt'i plant ,kitls, II, cud uttdI.g' lo-HelpAvsibbU' neer boachtC Apt ahoppinf Yearly pnri, ',.Tolltof'Couh.. |r' .., lif.
Its Ml' 2I9II Open lundayiAlmott
WEATHERBy can sell used tItS: in Na.oU, Keen... auto negligence manager said the fit blast o
Wallace Jettei) prWn, 40, of David C, Townsend vs Build curred about lOjW( ,.m. In the June Attorney 21. 38.for July Admlnlttrotor 1. 14' IM4 JtlM Snlor' dilrt 4 ummr shorthand*m work loymn t APT SEDROOM GREEN UNFURNISHED ACRES MlHMD :tL.! _. _ p
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ft. Lauderdale, \H flM $35 ers Mart, Inc.. andGars'On Dlna. nitroglycerin hOU't. .; optrltnc' SUphoni' Hill. WY a/IHf I. acres toned opart
Low for careless IN CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTH $ menu or duple City w.,.,
High Pro drlvjryf. H,rrVHun for 23155 /1St i7o iaa 1100turn
berg. judgment. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, COLLIER I I bdrm apIs. CfflelenI available Located )utt oil the
Albany clear 78 M ter Manroe, 19, Ot IQSg Hrbor COUNTY STATS: OF FLORIDAIN I.*, TV, Air" Cond Ml 4th eatt Trail U mile oulaldo, <, '
Albuquerque, clear 98 67 Lane was granted % th *e'v',rk Rulings StripingMilk CHANCERY.No. I ""U'I.11'.'. ISO 5th St.N. Ave So Ml" '.4'49. ,. Owner annloul to 5.1::7'
Atlanta cloudy SI: 60 continuance of his :1.Iaf"dN\I.: ) | JOY JAY I bedroom furni"h.d .,eliclencypt IIS COO 00 /uLs

Bismarck, clear 81 S3 Ing case. Licenses Issued Commission *1.M.ffo No pots or children, Ml IllL LOACH, Rtaltor M
Evello Duque and Antoinette I.Estevez. H3I? .r Ml I I ansI __.L! .' 151 tlh Av*. South
Boise, clear 00 61 OSINIVOJAY 20-Cemetery Loll N...,.. Flo, .
Boston, clear 75: 60 .01 RUNS ST) SiC? ? Miami. Of Power Studied D.f..nt Furnithed I bedroom part kitchen Midway 2 tUI j
mini Huf living room
Buffalo cloudy 81 SO Josephine Glgg" UohaleV, 57, Norman Edmund Randolph and THE STATE OF FLORIOA-TO: end beth Ml 1 in I im,IfElficienoiet SOMETHING DIFFERENT .IN

Chicago, rain 71 67 .36 of 181 15th AvfHj South Ms ,Juanlta Louise Love, Naples. GAINESVILLE (AP)--Oalry. Robert Joy) who. .dd,... .It ton ALI Day, Week, orMonth ACREAGE;
Cincinnati cloudy 81: 53 .10 fined $25 for running! to tcp Cecil Lamar Davis and Sandri men met today to Interpret the u"k"ow.. Owntr .,.".f..d. will Mil I ; (IRIS MOTEL). Ml NOW I aero tract located
You *,* h..b" notified the! I lot eonl.tnlng In N* from U t' 41.
Cleveland cloudy 80 60 signs. The defendant waft not In Mae Freeland Naples. significance of OUt rulings suIt hat been tiled ...,"., )you for plM M.morlil t.d* 17 50 Of: fnoi or MI i am: t':1:1.\ properly with''
but was which have virtually *ip! ,d out 0,/eC. In th* above entitled soulS Worm mo,.. Phon Ml 14111 Lovely' .conditioned' .IIIC.."' your own cir and compere C it,
Denver, cloudy 93 56 court repeCte7< VV sod )you or* hereby required lo ,jUt cy N. Napl.e Suil.ble I adult agalntt eny other) Only fir
Des Moines, rain 90 75: T lawyer James 6. TaVlor Jr., regulatory power of the Florid ..,.. upon plolntiff, t attorney) whet ISO Mo. yeeHy, Ml om: to I down full price |)M. For
who entered ot llt Milk Commission. ,him sod oddret appear harten, or MI iJia / .. further 'Information contact:
a plea .
83 68
Detroit cloudy ) 'Can Do"VorkshopsScheduled 23-Mbc. For Sal.
your written d.I."..., If ony to D T. Jon.t '
Fairbanks, clear 71 48 .03 John Kimball M'vK, .0(490 The two-lay mll1tl11\t Include (". bill of ocmplalnt In told, suIt 'Ssbal Shores Apt. Mldwoy 1.5340. P 0.I'1; :

Fort Worth, clear 101 75: Banyan Blvd., ran itif atOJ'' Ait'l By FDC all segment of tit* UMs') Indua. copy) of which i* delivered to you. Mound 4 Squirt irdn $I0.s.Alt YEAR ROUND LIVING
herewith on or belor July) 24 A DI il.... 4 colon Can b. .
Helena, clear 83 49 at Banyan and thft sorts 1-raU try as well as CQlI\l1Jllllon I' : bouilit ."prt* or patio dintd Mod., on. Bedroom end efficiency TRAIL FRONTAGE '
Honolulu clear 86 75 and was fined$25. Ql IIJI'11! 8iigne For Small Towns members. :S4Herein fall not or doer** pro eonI.MO end ln HII,d. Phon for Apt furnithtd TV JO acre high *> dry lend 2H
will entered egtmtt you STONCCMAFT $*bl* 'in. Monthly' or yeerround mile. from courthoute. MAR
Indianapolis, cloudy 73 60 .18 Lines, 47, of 980 Sixth Street TALLAHASSEE: (AP-A sec. Early this year th. U.S. Su for the IIf. preyed ,In the bill of INDUSTRIES r000.ntlmil' etlic Ml linir MI 14411. Kelly Rr. and LOWE BECK. 4IJ Ith Av*

Jacksonville, cloudy 87 71 South, paid $25 far ,al""t to I and series of CAN DO work. preme Court ruled thaj the Mor. complaint Th. natur of told, suit being, for RM Ml 141SS. 1/21,.lOt Sri.. Av. l/llf South. Ml, 21221. 7/1.tf
Ida Milk ,
67 50 yield when enterlhf a tl'tI1"iI to Commission. Could not Divorce IIPT FOR RENT
Juneau, rain :shops designed help non NIC I bedroom Unfurmthd .
street. discriminate against /milk 1m. WITNESS' my) hind inC th. Mill 26-Pr.onlALCUHOLICS 63-Butineit Property
Kansas City cloudy 98 78 I metropolitan communities de.celop told. Court ., Naplat, Florid this15th with Hove 4 refrif' Carport
Los Angeles, clear 81 58 Albert Richard fiflchei, Ill. Industry and business are ported from other at lit... En. l day of 'l.TD'T IH4 ANONYMOUS eloraroom eu., beerht Centrelly 00 per located I)' ISOButlnett' lot Behind

Louisville, clear 80 C2:! Naples, paid $19 tot bl'pIIll\\ ,scheduled to begin July 13. Urging on this ruling, the W Court. SCOTT Mn or woman wIll drlntlnfproblim month yr round. Randolph, tracts End Motel Jrd, SI '0.

Memphis, clear 90 74 Kenneth Eugene Ml"S, I J7, ot 415 Chairman Wendell Jarrard of District Court in TI1b."uselllast (CLERKS Clerk SEAL Circuit MI *' Ash. for, Is.t" by cMinf Fuller//,, Realtor" Ml 12Mtf Boa Meko\Ill offer? A- II No Collier broker County Writ

Miami, clear 88 74 1.52 Fifth Avenue South, "' .ISfollf\qf\ot 1 the Florida Development Com. month enjoined the milk 'y EDITHDeputy Clark TYOETT wieomd I4)tl Mtmfi Visitors In cordilly First, New*. 100.10'

Milwaukee cloudy 71 63 .05 guilty of careless "..II/I IIi. i I mission said Monday the series commission from 4ujring, "by WALTER O SOROKOTYAttorney I""t! Church Ann. on llht 49-Hou For Rent
Edward Waiter VV means of nforcriHM of its for plaintiff' pt Mh Avt. vry Tu*>. andFrt Real Estate
Mpls.'St.P., Cloudy 83 63 Bezy, 1, 'would be guided by the com mis. rule orrtharwise"sr.sjietriu.utor P O, ion SOS nght' *l I. 30 PM 65-Gen.
New Orleans, cloudy 93 74 Naples, was find<| flO lot ,fUn :flon's Industrial representatives Ntplet. Florida FURNISHED COTTAGE

New York, clear 88 64 fling a stop sign Thotut M. i I Hid attended by community to favor Florins: producedmilk Juno 21. 10, July J. 14 liSt .IHIN FOR SENT 1110 13th 5' No Newer 2

Okla. City, clear 101 73 Braden, 24, NapLes, failed tO'1 I business leaders. over out.of.stst ift'lk.TV JUDOE COURTIN 33-Service* Offered On. block from >rd Strt Shopping bedroom, I both, eirr* teller

94 63 .98 appear to answer 4 no v,ltd I THE COUNTY diStrict and naer FeshenPar InUlillly, I log. FlofUa, rem...
Til *nd Trrtto floor rcan Naplat' old
In ehaimlng
clear 88 61 driver's license ch.?*?* and FLORIDA d'tannl' by STONECRAFT IN. bedroomt. good etoraqe, carport, Neer
Philadelphia, tection Two living'
iyitJ 'IN PROBATE .. Like Perk School. II 1,600.
"I DU1TMICI Mchm scrub w
; bath and kitchen sin
109 77 bench warrant was otered| < < \ R room
Phoenix cloudy OF .
__ : ilr pp'n( r ..1 l *nd polish rt> per month on )yearly katt.
Pittsburgh, cloudy 82 54Ptlnd bond set at 125. ANSEL I. McSWAIN ld.n".1 *nd commtrcitl Office, 153. 13h Ave. So. h.d,_,
of -
70 56 The case Jonh TallK0v 2 both I
Me., clear TO CREDITORS 1/24,101 SuItors large porch cor ego.
Ptlnd, Ore., clear 82 55 charged with IraudtiUhUy 0pe r.< EDITOR'S NOTE: For what "Gunsmoke" tells the story ofa All crodt orsobthisoli,* of IDS Sth Av.. 10. Ml, 12124 Hoot L Ale' $17,800. Co.h
In television Is an eternity- nine frontier town City ANSEL L McSWAIN C oc..n.d. ere //5.,.' $900. t2
Rapid City, clear 88 62 ting acoln >perate<|iViVliinVM Dodge anda hereby notified, and required to file, 38-Autoi For Sale t Down 5 5. per month
Richmond, clear 88 60 continued. A chal"l1 of p\tty seasons-Kitty Russell has been man who tries, bf strength soy clelm or demand which' th.y. 1 ".",oom. housi biereshodCstl with ton and ,In.. ,"A.
the of "Gunsmoke's"Long have aaid etteta in the offico I ) ,. ",."
proprietor and skill asamat
St. Louis clear 86 74 Larceny against Key *ea dfOV and course*;, to fight
of th* County Judge of Collier lilt 11th II N. 1672 Jewel 8.. Ay W. ..
Branch saloon, dispensing back the lawlessness hat could Brin t J7SO Oldtmobil, far.front
Salt U. City clear 91 53 ( County Florid in th* Courthouto ot Available.. at once I bdrm 2
72 61 ped.A two.week cor>llHjjiwHt| Deer and occasional advice to engulf It. The show, ctfr ftc. N.I... Florida within' .,. calender Super II 2 Or. Aulomtli" r*. bathe. Near Lake Park School .oeawall contrail noetair. C
San Diego cloudy ,,, of beret 110. huiir Mchniclly' tound
month from fitS till unfurnlthedVINCE' 2 bedroom, 2 katfii
San Fran. cloudy 63 52 ordered In the ca e IJt aril I CBS Marshal Dillon and her raf tlonal tales of a time ajtd s. place publication of thit, notice Eech I prictieilly, now Ooodv.r ,
58 Gene Webb charrr WthnOyaJddriver's fish and often truculent custom and a situation that retlly exist claim or demand mutt b* In writIng ,,,.., OW"* ..''h", for tll.ii r.orch. '09". $1950. /Mov
Seattle clear 74 at loll,
seC m".t.t.t. the place ofretidanc *>poniM Ml SIlls 7it| CONBOY "
license lPlI1, r..nIIln crs Amanda Blake, who has .dd,...
Tampa clear 92 75 end Pont Off ee .
ed.And .
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Washington, clear 90 65 Hogue, 63, Naples *a; flhftl) plated )Klssless Kitty through romantic lose, while not of to by the the leimont' claimant' and hit mutt, agent be .sworn' hi* IPI1IIMtl" -'- ___I"._ .SIN.... A"MI 75745 kw.I) 1656 Mondorln Rd., 1 boaroowl .

Winnipeg, cloudy 82 63 .02 $15 or three days f\)r drun>,'\. 'the years, explains here why unknown to that time .tid place, attorney or it will, becom void, I bdrm 'lurmihed, ar unfur 2 baths. Central heatair.
flees Mail's romantic reserve can was-had to b*-MCotxlury to .ccod,,,. c "..II.d Nouns with" carport on I .. perch torporl.Attum
(M-Missing; T-Tract) 1.. McSWAIN DR/rER'S LICCN LDURNQ : prlvete etlele Call Anderton Na
b broken down. elating
never the
protagonist's struggle to .o stay alive and do hit job. Forth YOUR Dawn $ M.v
By AMANDA BLAKE t MCSWAINDeceated '. 'lug, Muss Sell
for Vacationing Cynthia Lowry marshal to b* 0rti. overly BIRTH MONTH '54-Trsd or Sell

HOLLYWOOD (AP) To Involved In a romance would J"ly 1. 14, 21, 21 1M4 ISiS I 14S 4th St. Na., 3 11.01,.......
I bedroom new utlem built
lomeone who hal a black eye, dilute the drama of Mi story. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PUBLIC NOTICI hem Near town biech sod 1 ba ht llreploce, Coreort,

he obvious question can get So In order to avMd! Mtlng'tn IV CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT C.tholia church Whit hsO you go.d I"".......".. 512.9 SO.
Notice I* hereby given this the in town or out' Write Collier,
I jfetty tiresome after It'. been the way of the Wtf, WII'v1 under*.gnd Clerk *f Circuit Court 'in' THE COUNTY joooi COURT County Newt, leo 1)17 A.14. '
iked forty or a hundred times eliminated the outw rrj show of of Collier County. Florida I will I on IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, 5/25 lOt 450 Uth Ay*. So. Aaualana..
tl II 2 11001'..... 2 bath
Ibis 19th dey July 1944 at FLORIDA central
romance tile) marshal Wilt
"rids equity in Lit Peril
>ut to an actress, questions clerk AM at tho front door of IN PROATCNo heat t air
house for lend 'In Counfy garage, waterfront -
City or
and his girl leaving th, precise the Collier, County Courthouto *ulld 71J
lowever obvious *- are a pretty Cell Ml I42tl, I/*.tf si 1.560.
I "C". Collier' County in I... of
nature of the bee Ice In NEt I.'*'
of how well relationship
rood Indication
Naple*. Fiend offer for **lo and JOHN
__ (tie's doing. tween Matt Dillon in.4< Kitty toll at'r't'd' outcry to the highottand IWANOWIKID.co.DrfoVlT ". 57-Houi For Sale 971 11th Si. Na., 3 1I.4u.
Russell to the individual |nt. for cath, the fol NOTICI TO Cftf 2 both ..
J4 So 1 am more encouraged rprctatlon Ion dotcnbed property tituotedr All Croditor ind All Portent. erg. perch, ..,
man annoyed by the one ques. of viewers II has Collier County' Flonde. to wit Hiving Chums or Demands Afin hoot 4 .1",. 17500. $800.
ton: I have to answer more than worked out pretty well, let 2* (lock I, Mm Lin. tub. laid Ethic Completely, furnithed witorfrent Dawn Si IS. month with te.
vieen, .* recorded 'in pit book You ore hrby nollflod slid. r* CII home Acc... ,. Oulf Re-
a,'* other "Aren't you ever go. "Gunsmoke" has l*'ya been i. page II publi *co,,,. of Color eulrod to prtni *ny) cllm and ..... cycle air conditioningOraan tin*. FHA. cloilngtoet. ,*.
ing to be kissed by Marshal based on the Id*. that the County, Florid, **mnd which you my h.v rtn..,.,.,. Ireeier
purtutnl to th* unit decre efforecloeure Sinl Id* alliti of John I**newUIdc bu.It.in range end oven. wether I 1270 11th I St. N,., :J bedroom,
Dillon? drama of the West eoojrj apptal entered :In o cat pending **<*.d I.,* ., Micontb County end dryer. Seewall with 20' 2110h.. $ I.SOO. Dawn. Mene
I suppose It 1* a little puz. to adults as well s.s to young. in laid Court tho etylo of which Much.g.n. to th. County Judt of n boerd |l].000. MI 2 M7I
', COli.., Count:/. ond fits, Ih. Mm fI.It Mlghf In. Na qualifying.
sling after nine year*. to see Mere, and that ther"1 enough "MERCANTILE SMELL HOME In dud'cl* *nd .Sc provided m $107.: inanth with toiond :Inc.Lof .
this klssless. romane perpetis. drama In history Iliad th r/s no FINANCING, CORPORATION Section Ml I ii. Florid I'....,... In
S Delaware' Corp authorned thou *ffic" In th. County Court.
sled between Kitty Russell ned to us* hokum.A .. do bumtt .In Florid. nou>* ,li. C.ttiur, > County Florid. *. 25, Block 9, Reyal Harbor
that' me-and Marshal Dillon Jim Arn*. putt it, Matt PllintiffTCRAH wrthin .,. COl."".' month from BIG overlooking' bay, leaooll.Celt .

-that', Jim Arn.. -on "Gun. and Kitty are llmltfd $to "*y*. LONG' LANE th f,* Of limo INs of>Ih tm* *first will' publication b* brrdDtd hr*' SALE STARTING JULY 6 $8 500. sacrifice $4,950.

smoke." balling" each other, on camera: Defendant at 'MusiC' Florid*, tii* SItS GAG MERCANTILEIN

\ There's an answer to the at least What they rjo ,WU the :tnd number the docket 1441 number of which It day of LAURA Juno.. Ad IWANOWtKI IM4 MARCO Lot 14 17th A... S. Aqu.

question No. camera are out on th. prairie, WITNESS my) hind end th* ef A. AdministratorAa Orecerlet are at 21%. dltcount 1 lana, w..ff,."., cat* $7'JOO.sacfiflc .
or In doc' fic.tl" Soil of ...d Court. tInes IrdMARGARET EnKutrmFlrtt Drug. 4 Hardware at 10% dtctFithing $4,250.
that answer always office \:
or u l.y ., "' publication of thi" notice on tackle' at 40%. discount
brings on the second question forge w.n. that's seething T SCOT :'&IIT di oh Jan.. lOll Shoo* Clothing. .* marked. Lot 31
?" else Clerk of th* Circuit Courtof U. THOMPSONAttor.y Banyan Blvd. High
Why not .
Collier COU"'". Florid STORE EQUIPMENT lot .v.oI.....1". Cell Sacrl
That question baa an snsvertoo If viewers want fltjpu ro (CLERK'S SEAL) Ml O..rl* Ave. GROCERY STORE lice at 55.9SO.VINCE -
INEZ MAGILL Corol, OiblM Flo.
but it's little longer. mane between Cy
a Kitty And the/ Deputy Clerk Flltd' Juno 24 144RICNARO FIXTURES
The answer 1* concerned with marshal, they'll har* to supply 'I MARRY M HOtltAttorney *. STANLEY CONBOYI

BECOMES LAW The civil r.ghU bill bwcarriei the Qatar of the characters In.tolvexl it themselves In their inta.4na 'Industrial for Saving Plomttrf, lank County: Dorothy Jud|*T. Da.rln,. Slicing,,...mechlne.,. Cooler Scalet' 'II StIn A.... Psrhwiy
It Jo .
law of thk land as President Johnson siijV and with the nature of Uons. Tempo Florida sr Air conditionort Etc Pt... NI H141myw
the As lye July I. 144 C2IIia Juno M.CJuly 1. 14 21 lOll 4M 155
I the White House show and It subject matter had to do. ._ '

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The Kids Are Having A Ball In Snmmer Bee

Every day is "fun day" at the out, ping-pong tables were setup

v Lake Park Elementary school In the game room was opened
the summer recreation program and the record player turned on
sponsored jointly by the schools In the auditorium and the fun

and the City Recreation Depart was on for the stayathomegroup.

ment. .
On one typical day about 170
Rt 'r IN'it
youngsters of the 200 enrolled A ping-pong tournament schedule
in the program at the school was drawn and the spat-

t showed up for a trip to the Won- click rhythm soon resounded
der Gardens In Bonlta Springs. from two tables. There was s

Only one bus had been scheduled big group on the trampoline and
for the trip and It could accommodate other games were found for those

only 60 youngsters. choosing to take It easy on the
M so s group of this size was off hot day. In the auditorium It
I 1 for the Wonder Gardens. was "do-sl-do and honor your

r The trampoline was brought partner" all over the place.

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KEEP YOUR EYE on the ball is the secret of success in ping-pong

I YOUNG LADY on the left is a bit late for this dance but other sets a competition, The young man at light has no intention of being fooled I

I will be coming up. Square dancing in the auditorium is a popular with a slick serve by his feminine opponent. He's ready,

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dae.rakwas --r... _'. L. ,- -
little dog who got tired of waiting outside for his
it. CONCENTRATION Is the word In the --- -- --- ----- -
key games room. Every move master He gets a pat of encouragement from
I I counts if you expect to be a winner. Youngsters from the second Cathy McMahon but was advised to wait outside"a BOOM I Jean Mattel hits the canvas in a trampoline maneuver as

through, the fourth grade are enjoying various games under the super. little longer," othois wait their turn. The young man at far left paused to watch

,, vision of Mrs Celia Glesenschlair but disappeared before his identity was learned Others from left are I

Bill Cleary Donna Steele, Rejean Mattel Jeanie Rouse and Cathy
Monei Stahlman. Tropics. suggested 27 rules to the Ted. social Ion has proposed, he said, McMahon.
| Recreation THURSDAY Senate Opens eral Trade Commission "for the would strike at such sales
2:00 p.m. .. Girls' softball elimination of abuses In the pitches as these:

CalendarTUESDAY gambler Park. Hearing Into funeral He said field some" of the criticismsand "Stating deceased that to the be law embalmed requiresa
7:30 p.m.-Mel1S' Softball lea
charges against the funeral when such Is not the tact. The Racial Scene I
Gambler Parkt Public
gue Industry-which' he noted had "Statin that the law requires
Cs:00epP.-(;iris' softball vs Stahlmanj Tropics vs Stone. Cost Of Dying triggered such headlines ai the use of a burial vault when
FRIDAY "Death Cost Too High" and such Is not the fact."
1 7:30 p.m.-.Mens',oftb.lIfel.I 9:30 a.n.-Adult tennis class WASHINGTON (AP-A Sen. "The Undertakers' Racket"are He said the rules would also
Gambler Park Publlx vs Gambler Park. ate subcommittee opened hear. Justified. cover such practices as:
|I cue jogs today Into the "high! cost "But," he added In his state. Paying secret kickbacks to Resistance ScatteredIn Another Rights

of dying" and heard witnesses ment, "there are many criticisms hospital and coroner employes
8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, July '7, 1964 from the funeral Industry tell which are based only on for steering "a prospective cus. Worker VanishesIn
of abuses In prices and selling, Isolated Instances of abuse and tomer" to a mortician.
and unveil a proposal for cor. misrepresentations of fact." Saying that a complete tuner. ActBy
PIANO INSTRUCTION I rectlng them. He said It Is a fringe minority al costs $750, for Instance, when Testing MississippiGREENWOOD

Certified Member MTtyA( A DMTNA Wilbur M. Krieger managing "which preys on the elderly and there are additional charges or
[ Beginners to College Preparatory director of the National Select. the bereaved" and damages the services not Included. ]] THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Miss., rather than comply with Miss (AP-
Downtown Studio ed Morticians, Evanston, Dl., reputations of other funeral dl. The hearings by the Senate Negroes ran Into scattered the law. A civil rights organization said \
Ann Weimer t, Phone MI 2-3197 told the Senate subcommitteethat rectors. Antitrust and Monopoly sub. I,pockets of resistance In testing Negroes were turned away for today one of Its workers had
his trade association had The rules that the trade II.CORBIN. committee, under Chairman j(the: new Civil Rights Act Mon. the second time by white res. not been heard from since he
Philip A. Hart, D.Mich., are I,lay and Integration leaders taurant owner In Atlanta, and was turned over to a Webster
: aimed at uncovering any possi. I napped clans! for Intestlfled dty-county swimming pools at County deputy sheriff by the
LINDABURY GARDEN CENTER ble restraint of trade and anti. ,,campaigns, especially In Ala Brunswick, Ga., were closed. sheriff's office hen
trust aspects In the burial In. ]ama. The Leflore County sheriffs
dustry. The Rev. Martin Luther King office said James Brown, 22,
:1 save this chart for future reference Jr. announced In Birmingham Negro civil rights worker from
: that his staff members would go More Race Itta Bena, was" arrested Moru
to Tuscaloosa and Selma Ala., day night by Itta Bena city police
: Viet Program to begin assessing the situation on a warrant from Webster
: W' Granular Program for In these cities. He said his County charging him with a
Southern Christian Leadership Riots HitFlorida traffic violation last month.
Conference would concentrateIts The sheriff's office said Brown
Sound Claims efforts in Alabama this sum was then released to a Webster
Growth mer. deputy about 10 p.m. for trans
Protection Economy Meeting with King's group to portatlon to Walthall, the seat
"re-evaluate summer plans In of Justice for Webster County.
light of what has happened in Michael Sayer, a spokesman
TO CONTROL PLANT AFFECTED PRODUCTS TO USE AMOUNT Gen. Taylor response to the civil rights bill" By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS for the Student Nonviolent Co.

SUNNILANDCHINCHGUARD Per were members of the Congressof Negroes seeking to put the i'ordlnatlng Committee said his
SAIGON, South Viet Nam Racial Equality and the Stu. new civil rights law into effect: organization had tried unlUOoce.stuUy
CHINCH lUGS ST. AUGUSTINE 1000 sq. ft. (AP-U.s. Ambassador Max. dent Non violent Coordinating in last Florida met with violence i to determine Brown's
night at
GRASSES GRANULES well D. Taylor arrived In South Committee.At and I whereabouts
Viet Nam declaring that Pahokee. At Ocala, owners of Telephone calls to Webster
today, Selma, one of the leadersof
ANTS FLEAS TICKS LAWN GRASSES SUNNILAND 6 LIS. Per two restaurants planned to turn
the war programs already un. King's group, the Rev. Ralph County Sheriff Billy Joe Bowenat
ROACHES, MOLE FLOWER BEDS LAWN-CIDE 1000 sq ft. der way are sound but need Abernathy, made a strong appeal them keep Negroes Into membership out. clubs to his home and offices at Eu.
"vigorous Implementation and for nonviolence at pora and Walthall went un.
CRICKETS, WORMS, A crowd of 200 angry white answered
mass meeting He said the
CHOPPERS. ETC. "I am sure that In the monthsto SCLC would support a Selma youths chased five Negroes test.
Ing the law at a
SUNNILAND 1 LB Per come we will see that vigor drive to test the federal law at Tallahassee The Ne.
ous implementation" Taylor but, "we will not be part of any Suburb
NEMATODES LAWNS, TREESVEGETABLES NEMA-CIDE 125 sq. ft. groes returned later and retail. Of
said at Saigon Airport as more violent campaign
firing a
shotgun Into a
GRANULES than 100 police and security Earlier, 55 Negroes and 8
car occupied by two white teen.
agents stood guard. white men were jailed when
NUTRITION AILGRASSES SUNNILANDTURF 10.12 IB. "I have no illusions about the civil rights forces launched anew agers. No one was hit.
Officers St. Louis
charged four of the Hit
I (Fertilizer & LAWN Per 1000 tasks that face your" country In voter registration drive. five Negroes with shooting Into
the days ahead Taylor told The Negroes were arrested by
Requirements) SPECIAL sq. ft. the Vietnamese. "The fight Sheriff Jim Clark when they turned an occupied the other automobile over to Juvenile and
against tyranny and Injustice Is congregated across from the
authorities. Race
All Products are easy to apply with any type fertilizer spreader, never easy the road to successIs courthouse and began singing. Later, 50 carloads of whites By RiotST.
always long. But your brothers They were charged under a city hopped from one drive-In to an.
In the free world stand with ordinance prohibiting demon. other to prevent Integration ef. LOUIS, Mo. (A P)-About
.VALUABLE' :! and together -with deter. strafing there while court was 500
ALSO GET SUNNILAND COUPON: ) 'ft. you forts cursing screaming Negroes
mlnatlon, patience and resourcefulness In session.At At Pahokee, the closing of a pelted police officers and police
-1 know we shall Birmingham, US. Dlst. white theater over the weekend cars with bricks and bottles
r LIQUID MATERIALS prevail." Judge Clarence Allgood contliu touched off a wave of vandal. Monday night after two officers
former chairman of ued Indefinitely a Negro request .
$1 Taylor, Ism. Windows of two stores answered a sick call.
Joint Chiefs of Staff to prevent police from Interfering .
COUPON the U.S. were smashed by rocks and Nine officers were Injured
. and apply"with . was greeted by his deputy am. with peaceful demon bottles two believed seriously
the bassador U. Alexis Johnson; strations at Tuscaloosa. Allgood A muss ef lee
new i Take this coupon to Corbin- Lt. Gen. William C. Westmore. said he hoped the testing of the bound tor downtown tntegratlonLsts Pahokeewas It was the second riot in the
J No-Mix Sprayer! law would be since when crowds
land, commander of U.S. forcesIn civil rights peaceable area Friday
Llndabury for a $1 I discount toward halted by police and 30
Set Dial Viet Nam, and Vietnamese and orderly and without sheriff's estimated at 400 demonstrated
called In
the purchase of the new protocol officials. disturbances. deputies were in the streets of Klnloch a pre.
and to aid law enforcement.Spokesmen .
., Spray
Sunniland Hose Tight security prevailed along At Tuscaloosa, a majority ofTuscaloosa's dominantly Negro suburb Threebuildings
Sprayer for Elliott's Mag.
Taylor's route Into Saigon motel and hotel op. nolla Street Restaurant and the were set 01nre during
where terrorists made two stators Issued a statement say. that disturbance which started
Big D Steer Inn at Ocala said
bomb attacks Monday one log they would comply with the over s fight between two Ne.
they had ordered cards for a
the federal law. groes.
against U.s. Embassy The and
membership operation
bomb at the embassy did not Negroes integrated businessesand would sell them for nominal Police' fired tour tear gas
ORBIN LINDABURYGARDEN I explode.Hundreds. facilities in Fort Smith, sums grenades to break up Monday
Ark. C Charleston Greenville and
of police lined the ;
At Ocala Monday, police had night's Incident Just west of
road from the airport keeping Myrtle Beach, 3.C.J; Memphis cited Florida's anti trespass downtown St. Louis. At least
it clear of traffic. Fighter Term. Ocala, Plant City, and eight! were arrested in
t law in away persons
< turning Negroes
t ( SP CENTERtVhind planes roared overhead.The Dunnellon, FILl and Meridian, from one restaurant but others the hour Jong riot.
Viet Cong liberation ra.Miss. Inel.
e dlo warned Taylor to stay out Negroes were turned away were dent. integrated without About SO youths later marched
\ of Viet Nam or his life wouldbe from one eating establishmentIn on the nearby 8th District po.
l niil| Cafeteria in danger. Ocala, but integrated four lice station, tossing pieces of
others. The J.500-word Maine Carte brick through windows before
In the western Canadian Arctic Two drug store soda fountains In Latin was translated into'I IEn officers dispersed them. How.
the temperature onictt. dltt closed In HopeweU, Va., and a Iii III and read to King John ''Ylr. a number of Negroes
to SO degree below aero. hotel shut down la ack1ODe by the Archbishop: of Canterbury Stayed to picket.


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