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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 8, 1964
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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PARIS (AP-George Piques,
50, a former French press offt.c H f .
r for the North Atlantic Trea. t !:

ty Organization, has been con. : Gain Council WaiverOwners
vlcted of spying for the Soviet fff.I :i : :

Union and sentenced to life In ; .

prison.In . . .
rejecting the prosecution's " .
demand for the death penalty " .' ,. of socalM 'guest guest-house discuss/), / fjiIshed \. the lease, its first year would be the deletion of home occupations,

the French state security court houses" won the ImplM) Consentof most of the "0I.l dfbpere\ liable to sales tax Splngler In. saying that paraplegics or other

apparently accepted defense >r. City Council this fIt rnlni to of the audience left f/| fi/tl1ht. dUated he would seek an attorneygell.ral' persons under handicap could
guments that Paques was mo. : the continued rental ttf guesthouses Council then took A tie 9 opinion. ask Council for a variance to
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tlvated by misguided patriotism. K; { page code, word by *\"tAnAl> \ Py Leases entered Into before July conduct a business at home,

Paques was arrested last Au. Renting guest !houses in sing 11 a.m. had comply) \Aatt. C' I, 1983 or leases which are re. Also left hanging was a decl.
pest He admitted passing doc. le amlly residential areas la and discussing the \Ct{ It.fe newals otprvloual.u.., are not slon on permissible signs for

iments to Soviet agents but said ..... a widespread prattle, and violates pages, all consisting / Vltl subject to tax holders of home.occupatlon U.u"s. .
to Soviet mis. -- alO-yei.roldCltyctdinajice lions of terms. At WNiMr Another new provision of the
i* hoped prevent ... The toners had recom.
jndersUndlng of the Western Al. 11W100 which! never has been enforced. Archie Turner rvt\V) the toning ordinance will prohibit mended allowing a wall plaqueof

lies' true Intentions. G!>f""''Irll Council's consent l\t\ early meeting until this 1.if\\li\A(\ U construction of an)' more guesthouses one square tout, but chang.ed .
: In today's public: heatlpg on the 1:30. except on lots of more their minds and recommen.ded .
revised coning code: eater the "We will continue V\f' hit\\ cafe than 30,000 square feet In site that no exterior sign or display .
TAIPEI Formosa (AP-The worn out," Turner tft, ,/ ,1. Few lots are this large This
Chinese Nationalist air force vised that Council wHjt' //V M'h' was a modification of an ordinance be permitted.

said today It would continue reconnaissance Goldwater Not the task of revl.lnltI.'\ VHP\ passed by Council last Council also considered at

flights over Com y code until finished and t.v't'\j s month, and still In force, pro. length the definitions of motor ho.

munlst China despite the loss of ....n. are Incorporated in > /Mjt.. hlbitlng building of any more ties and motels,and made slight
another U2 plane, the third NEA ) Worried Ovar Noting Council's VjfV: e guest houses without exception.U change In the motor-hotel deflnl.
claimed by the Communists. Telephoto pac through the first /AyM/ an owner rents the main lion, Councilman Joel Kuper.
Peking Radio said the high TIGHT DOWN TO HIE WIRE-Pursuing his vigorous campaign to the very last moment. Platform Turner remarked fyi\ArV'JV, house and lives In the guesthouse berg noted that motor hotels, but
altitude U2 was shot down at Gov, William W. Scranton is optimistic as he points to a graph of an Illinois poll at a GOP "Perhaps my succe* \' /i'IJPt.\ align advertising the not motels, would be allowed on

noon Tuesday. There was unof. conference In Chicago ,. the one to order th'yW ' main house for rent or lease the beach, and wondered "what's
tidal speculation in Taipei that WASHINGTON (API't Sen. the final draft" will not be permitted, Turner wrong with a motel on the beach."
the had been downed Barry GoldWaUr Ian Worried
plane bya ,
ground.to.alr missile but the about the Republican party platform KEY mSERTfp\% said. The mayor told another He said the lack of overnight
,4\f his campaign' qifector Council agreed to A ',Agnes.ia member of the audience that accommodations on the beach
Nationalist air force would say \
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only that it "met with an accl- Small Millage Boost \ said today. the floor f\\ \. ther Is nothing In the ordin.anc was one of the principal
An (in. Anh to stop" the practice of
dent." ll Denlson KUchei J4 all paragraph \/ I'. complaints of tourists visiting
l terrlew he doesn't ttunk the ted in the ordinal>" \' 4lIfg renting the main house Caribbean Gardens,which Kuper.
forces opposing the stiiktw in somewhat like thlsi 4rrAplnt l' \' In Council decided for the time berg manages.Turner .
LONDON (AP-The channel Predicted As Tax Roll j his front-running bid for the this ordinance shall pr''c :;:# ifs being not to eliminate home oc.cupatlons .
677 : from the said the high price of
Arromanches new toning
terry gave
GOP presidential .tlon
ft>ftlt uses of property alr,/V! to, *-
French schoolchildren an unex. : } have enough delegate Strength! ing at the time of ,%, t4i\ Of code. Council will review the beachfront property does not
pected thrill today. It ran f1 to win adoption of platform this ordinance" old and newhome.orcupatlon pro. make motel economically ,...1.

aground off the south coast of To $175,214,720The $ planks aimed at emtVrMMng The suggestion wN i/bd Py visions In the zoning code with ble. 'I'm not convinced,but I will

Britain. Jumps the Arizonan James R. Adams, la\)( F- Af tr_ tile Zoning and Planning Board. yield In the Interests of time,"
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The rising tide refloated the Goldwater takes nil ctawrva Naples Board of kAittAra. That board had recommended Kuirberg replied

2,404.ton ship and the children bye case to the resolution com "W'r saying that /W ,I.
were landed at Newhaven Pier County Commission sit. are deductions from the assessed / '
mlttee Friday morn1 t. Ne will ready existing is pertAl/dfb/e/ ;
There were no casualties ting as a Board of Equalization valuation figures are about $14,. Mwaw fly to San Franclaco tfuiffday.\ Turner said Use of | 'Yti I bits.es s
yesterday learned from Sam 000,000 Coldlng estimated. rental unite >In ;,1tt1e" Is'
Pennsylvania Coy William\ as "
Coldlng countytaxassessorthat The valuation In the mosquito W. Scranton has dManded' stances predated Nafi/\t OFitln. / 'n' Chill
MOSCOW (AP)-The head of the total taxable property valueIn Control DlatrlctIndudingNaplesand July-Sizzle/ /
the Soviet Union's Aeroflot air. platform planks radiating al toning code of 19S\:\ I-
the to and
the for 1964 Is areas the east
county $171,214, '.
"extremist groups of Mh the "Then you are i\\\p\\ \, ,/tAl
line working says on Russian a supersonic designers airlln.are 720, about $1.3 million underear.Uer north which voted to Join in the left and the right" with i spa, slon tt/ have guest VW\ v(1 I Map shows Weather Bureau's estimated forecast of

rough estimates. fight against the pests, was reported cine condemnation of the John aa commercial .stabl/i/ilA,**," average temperature, precipitation through July
?I er and hopeto have it flyioic.be.,. e1A. '
1 -TYMJump" of **K tip Coldlng to be $110,
Birch' end dqrJh the Frank Kerrigan of iiht1s( )
fore the United States gets one Society
000,000 over the 1963 values.Still 202,600. Property In the East
aloft. constitutionality of tf\* new Apartment and Motel. \ffMd\ !
studying 1964-65 budget figures, Naples Fire Control District was
Civil Council.
Right Act
Yevgeny Loglnov told a news clerk estl. assessed at! $13,911,700 the North i
Rhys Beatty deputy ,
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conference Tuesday he could New York Gov. .AlAn A. "We've taken some t'tfc1l1r1\. \
mated that the for Naples Fire Control District at
millage
county
not predict the speed of the So. mEA Telephoto) Rockefeller seconded lh4ee pro. merclal aspect out lot II p11,1).
funds will need to $24,701,600 and the Immokalee
only one ;;
go up
posals before the committee In hlbitlng them from y\i'\\ \{ tip
Viet plane, but It would be fast
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third to one half mill this year. Fire District, $5,882,450. "THE MAN WHO . --Gov. .
San Francisco Tu ) the propertyIng
er than the l,450.mlle.an.hour 'vbut signs on e"Jh0Uai;
Last the Coldlng said there are about
year county mlUag was William W Scranton has an.
Concorde stopped short of calling tof *pe> guest houses tli( pint Or
airliner
on which Brit. .
4.26 mills. 46,000 parcels listed on the assessments
nounced that Dr Milton .
rifle condemnation of M Birch lease, City Attorn.y"j )II\
sin and Franc are rollaborat.
Coldlng listed the real books, Jumping from
estate Eisenhower, above will nominate
Society which describer" Itself gler responded.NelthA.i'tyV\ Vnr!
Ing.The value at $187,070,950; personal 32,00011s11ngs In 1963. He noted him as the presidential .
as an "educational 'rnif-d dt.cated nor the leasing sgen\\ i01 tItJt tip
Concorde
Is scheduled to
at and that the assessed valuation of the tf o:1l.o
property $7,345,750;; rail. candidate at the Republican to opposing the Communist siKh signs, under A bIAljI" .
enter service in 1970. The Amer.
road and telegraph at $798.420.Homestead City of Naples has dropped about
national convention. "
conspiracy: of the new coning eod\, I NOAMAI:
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plane, expected to be big. exemptions, which one half million due to depreciation
ger and faster, will not be of property values but es. LA/ D snow
then.DETROIT. IT'S THE!: NOI1.
ready
Communists Make next tlmated year a when$6,000,000 much of Increase the new Customer Is Those who rent n'A /p4dw' J.:7'1.1
ForgottenMan were apprised this V\A-'h/' PI
(AP) A United Switch In War construction will go on the tax new state laws govtVi4)\ )/ II1If" ,
Auto Workers bargaining team rolls. operation. Those whA t/ f '11-. Cattr-corncred temperature extremes are In the national
headed by Union President Wal. Effort In Viet The County School Board le. tonally (ats months otj( J t i\1'f'r' weather picture In July, Rather Bureau's estimate.
ter P. Reuther opened contract vied 8.67 mills last year and at Romney Tells GOPSAN reminded that the SI\A' hit,. i

talks today with American Mo. SAIGON, South Viet Nam a recent meeting estimated the commission is empoV\o \\d rl.
tors Corp.-the firm which pro. (AP) The Communists have 1964.05 rate will be 8.82 mills. quire all rental unIt' i" tol'

vlded a dramatic breakthroughIn shifted the center of their war It appears total mlllage Increase FRANCISCO (AP-GoV. Romney shared the platform\ form to minimum ssflt'1 "t, J.
effort In South Viet this year will be less than one
1941 negotiations. Nam from George Romney of Michigan spotlight today with fofne Am. ards and to license \ \/\/ 0,1,
Talks with the Big Three car the swampy Mekong delta to in the combined school and 1 criticized today concentration of bassador Henry Cabot Lodge, White, hotel commla |AHM\t.\

makers-Ford Motor Co., Gen. the central highlands In the county tax levy. power In Washington. He calledon who Is supporter of cfamon'c tor for this area, llve\\Vp''*'. I
oral Motors Corp. and Chrysler past 10 days. No one was present at yester.day's Republican party platform effort to overcome the iftig' lead Splngler also not j l ItiAt all l

Corp.-began last week. AMC is Senior Vietnamese officers sitting of the County Board, drafters to remember "the for Goldwater has toward the Re. lease of one year Of M)I lie I I
the smallest of the major car believe the Reds have moved of Equalization lopratestassesstments. gotten man," the ordinary: publican pr..ld'ntl'lamina./ subject to sales tat' A producers. troops In from North Viet Nam Colding however asked American, the consumer.In tlon. 1863 law He and alhty; ...

Company spokesmen would to get the war momentum mov. the Commission to continue his prepared statement to Romney Spoke of a ftrAnt fed. Walker Collier dt+th, ('Po'r.a.ntatlv. MUYYQ

give no advance hints of the po. ing the highlands, a region that equalization sessions through the GOP platform committee eral effort In behalf Af con. In the JJ\"I't" I r" taostuTl
sltion AMC Vice President Ed. has been relatively quiet in the July in order to give any objectora Romney also dealt with the Issues sumers. that passed the law" A1tetvl
ward L. Cushman would take In past 18 months.In chance toexpras.hI.view..The tttutr'c
of civil rights legislation One effort In this mi4, Rom. In Interpreting It,
today's opening round. the past week, threebattalion.eize next July 14.Coldlng meeting. will be at 1:30p.m., and "extremism. In doing so, nay said, should be "4n irnme. The attorney speak irt\V rAat.' J*

Communist as. announced that he had he avoided phrases over which dial and complete lVI 1.w of tote last week, said ('f pft\, rflf) \
saults have erupted out of the backers of two leading candl. excessive concentration\ Ion leases of a yearS I A qty
pow.
central notified In writing those property outlook Is reverse of the temperature
mountains Two Isolated precipitation
Protest March dates for pr.sldent-6en. Barry er In the collective PtfgMnlng would not be subject (A \'\ ACt July
forces owners experiencing big JumpIn eftfmatet foreseen In Weather Bureau estimates.
special camps were hit. Goldwater and Gov. tVllllam W. field, and of the Conflict be. Walker said that, hoVAyV I**"* ai
taxes.Expect
Newsmen In the
central Viet
Brings ResultsSAN Scranton-have been scrapping. tween our antitrust !late and
FRANCISCO (AP-Aft. Nam capital of Hue were told Romney praised Republican our labor laws," undehlken el.
dozen kids Tuesday that the Communist leadership In helping enact the ther by a presidential mmis. J d
er a show of force, a battalion that hit the special To Get c ;
have converted a candy store of civil rights law-but said noth. don or a 'Joint committee! of
force Nam
of thinking. outpost Dong Ing as to its constitutionality.On Congress.
owner to their way In
Monday had Just moved In from Jury Today
Their way of thinking Is that the Issue of what he "Today the customer: the
North Viet Nam. The Commu.
when you are at a candy count. nlst unit was beaten off, but Rogero Trial called "purveyors of hate," he forgotten m-n.,"' RorhnV said
.r trying to make up your mind said, "There Is no place in el- "For the put thre* q eclds5 we
with losses
you don't like to be rushed. Two severe other government Viet Cong attack TAMPA (AP) Governmentand ther of our great political par have seen the proof of ftohcen

They considered that Mrs. Antoinette launched in the region defense attorneys were ex. ties" for wearers of black or trated power In the collective
wr
Mufarreh was rushing Monday. Vietnamese officers pected to complete the selectionof red shirts Romney mentionedno bargaining field, encouc/ ad by

them In her No Hill market at of the bat. a Jury today for the Federal organizations by name. fundamental conflict: pvtveen r
attacking
4001 Noe St. So they marchedon tal say Ions one moved Into Viet Nam re. Court trial of former state road Some supporters of Scranton our labor laws, which faster

the market and protested.Mrs. from Laos, Another bat. board member Al Rogero of have talked of making a major monopoly, and our antitrust

Mufarreh agreed they tallon cently had come Into Viet Nam Cfoarwater.Th convention fight over a proposed laws, which exist to t(,,.rve fib
should such denunciation of the John competition."
not be rushed at i
from the Cambodia.Lao. area of Jury was
selection a
critical Urn. She went further. Birch Society Romney Said rlthMtyVOrk
late last year. started Tuesday after U.3. iris.tract y f\\ +
Would they like to com to her toldnewsmen C. Romney's proposed platform laws, which prohibit contracts "f ,
An American spokesman Court Judge George '
house for some free candy? 'said the Republics/ party "un. under which employe Ms Join
in that he wasbatn.d defense
Saigon mo.
quashed a H
Young
They would. And afterward: equivocally repudiates *xtrm.ists unions, are not the aniWr' "be.
to the real for evl.
as reason tion to suppress government and their effort to to workers the
"She's a very nice lady said rejects cause they deny rr
sudden concentration of Viet it obtaind
the dance on grounds was
Kevin Fregosl 4, savoring a Infiltrate or attach themselves sam organization right* *xr.
Cong effort In the :ventral tea by fraud. to .." "
mint. our party or Its candl..ioI. clued by stockholders


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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) J The flat nominli un. Most of the burg Fla., a COP national com. charge it, the sponsor a tiny silver pin In the l h aW of ".
Cow Palace Is no place today delegation phones are In. nltteewoman and a former as. the Capitol dome.A -"'"
for cows. Or people. slBtant national chairman. said.More ,
The major business of erect. the nation. .
specifically, chance to IOMlook k.S
Mrs. Shank said she was do. get t
Work Is moving along brisklyand ing the platform area, however, lighted that so little room forth al Republican senatorial and at all arty prldn.

noisily to transform the big i* only half completed. Work 1,308 delegates had been congressional committees an. till possibilities and Cltnttarles! .
exhibition men are still erecting partitions credit - :iAreSq
hall and horn of a sacrificed in enlarging the plat. flounced they'll accept and to mix with what sWinc

professional Ice hockey team ties.off the floor for various actlvU form spice allowed for the 1956 cards for till foremost social publicity bills as numerous movie GULF TOWfcM. i-toty condominium going up directly on the Gulf
Into the arena for event of the convention. ,
till
1954 Republican selecting Republican convention in the and television pr>nAUtis.An in The MoorM/ rVt'on' of Naples, looks lush and lovely in this settingof
ticket. The carwention Members of till convention .
ar.rangements sam hall. What will the guests get for elaborate buffet and
palms T"yA bed! apartments in the 36-unit structure will be
opens Monday. committee made Back at till headquarters ho. their $ 007 drinks, dancing to tJ lr hs. :
the bWl'e' July 25th. Contractor for the rnillion-dollar-plus
to
their way through the lumber open I
tel, there were happy forpeople tras and ntertu'trfWt.
Hags of till states bar been tidings -An engraved ticket, the Au banjo and
wires Msale Pownall Gilroy Ft.
and Tuesday to assess theprogress. who'd like condominium \ vltfB ; Gamble ,
to attend the"GaP.rty
draped on both sides. A new of a calling card, engraved in Proceeds will help Antnc
electronic score board has been Gala" convention eve silver and blue, and packaged election expense for fiprtbUf Lauderdale \f j tit, /rchlt cU ; with Nelson A. Faerber AlA as supervising

It.. Installed to flash a running to. *&'. working out very w.n.* but don' bar $500 In cash for in a dark blue leather Jewelry candidate for the 5ftaU and archlt*
., tal of the vote for the prsldn. said Clare Shank of SU Peters. a ticket. box. The box also will contain: House u the fall CemPdtits'.w (Photo by Caple)




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Interpol Seeks Amazing Ups and Downs of the 142A



Clues To Uncut By TOM NOLAN engine out, it can still climbat 'Y'r'
half that rate.The .
Assn.
Newspaper Enterprise
plane blunt, squared.oft .

Diamond Theft F\.\LUAS (NKAVliat) has! Iwo will/o/( (lien ut I HO: ( design enables it to carry ? r ? w.-ual l
such payloads as a 106 mm
M1ANNON, Ireland (APV-A tulles I per hour and tan land in a Itnnis mini IU rifle components of the Per

$288,400 shipment of uncut di. the I lime (light lists! me completed, the Ail "Force Hltn' thing missile system, a l'..

from amonds Shannon was International reported stolen Air. he able to answer! \\illi H\ series of letters that looks like ton truck 32 troops 24 litter
105 how It-
patients or a mm
port over the weekend In amore lUissmii\ code: XC..112.iOI... zero
so smooth the loss was. not The last part first. VTOL 4> .

discovered for 48 hours. stands for vertical takeoff ender all weather conditions Although the XC.142A was
Interpol, the International
lice organization, was asked po.to and landing The XC part of similar to the demands of developed for the military, its
help solve the disappearance of the formula meant a new Asian combat uses could l extend far beyond -

the diamonds, flown Friday plane recently! It can carry 32 fully- the combat mission ''lYlaa.w w"M
rolled out before Other aerial could
operations
from Amsterdam
to Shannon equipped combat troops or
aboard a New York.bound KLM military 8000 pounds of cargo between include city-to-city transportation .
brass at the and supply delivery to virtually -
230 470 miles
Jet.Loss .
of the gems was dlscov. Ling Temco. The most common trans inaccessible disaster
ered Tuesday night when a rep. Vought Co. in port plane currently used by areas rescue operations and
resentatlve of the consignees Dallas. the military in Viet Nam is remote-region exploration.
the Ennls Diamond Co. of The aircraft the Caribou CV2. It carriesup Current contracts call for
Shannon, called for the ship has been described to 34 men, cruises at 190 the delivery of five planes by
ment as "a mph March 1966 Total cost will b:

I He was told a well-dressed half smoked The CII21 Shawnee helicopter about $100 million
1 I man speaking with a foreign accent Tom Nolan cigar with pro. can carry 22 men at The first one is scheduledto
called at the freight office pellers." The cruising of 96 be delivered to the tn-
BIRTHDAY POSE Sunday. They said the man said plane Is designed to take-oft This chopper speeds- the famed mph. service evaluation team at

Prince Bernhard of the Nether he was from the diamond com vertically, straighten out in Flying Banana" of the Korean Edwards Air Force Base
land celebrated hi* (3rd birthday pany and, as everything appeared midair and then fly faster War-has been almost Calif. In January 1935.
June 29 This In order, signed the nee than most of the World War that
on photographof entirely replaced in Viet Nam Engineers estimate as
documents and was II flehter
husband of Queen Juliana essary planes-In excessof by the 1IU.1 Iroquois helicopter .emblyline productirn tech
handed the package. 430 m.p.h. ... .
,. .MI
was taken in Amittrdim which carries up to 12 niques could lower the cost "' .a.
Faul 38 Ennls
Spltzer man C e e men at speeds of 132 mph. of a VTOL aircraft to between :: ,,
agar, said, "I can confirm the
diamonds have been stolen but Icannot This sort of thing has been $2 and $3 million per plane. TilE LIGHT SAYS "TILT"z When heading for the clouds or down to earth the wings of
tried before Where the This would it the
near
Mrs. Goldwater say any more as It might big The XC Is the first productof put I
level.
hinder the police In their Inves. difference comes in Is when America's trl.s e r v i ice commercially feasible price the XC142A pivot upward. For straight flight they twins
the plane settles for a landing Since the plane can
Names Publicist ( range
tlg.tlons. Army, Navy and Air Force)
The is reversed land on a helicopter pad, air
process ,
Spltzer a native of Amsterdam VTOL aircraft
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Press Secretary said his firm cuts and polIshes and the craft is brought back The plane Is programs.powered by strip construction and maintenance All Workers Back 'IJ\"'' :/ ;; :4 .1 rp
diamonds at Ennis, 15 to earth. four turboprop engines costs would be virtually l j.;.: 1
PHOENIX Aria AP- Mrs.
( miles from the airport.VANCOUVER When ready for take-off, eliminated. On Job ) ,
John Roberts of Oakland, Calif., linked together so that a single Moonport ry \ ...
the wings pivot straight up- turn all Y .
engine four
11 the new press sec retary for can propellers '
..
Mrs, Barry Goldwater.Mrs. ) The giving it the appearance ofa and the tail rotor. CAPE KENNEDY (AP) A : t. ; r"':.' gJ
Roberts was named city in paying 10 university IIlu. model plane assembled Ina This system permits it to Probers File Moonport project spokesmen reported ; ...1ft. " '
p
all hands back to .&S
Tuesday to replace Betty Mil. dents S13.37 a day this summer hobby shop after the lights cruise on two engines for work today after came Teamsters I W:.. .... >>" '..M .a, a '"
burn of Tucson who resigned.Mrs. to follow garbage trucks on their went out fuel economy and to hover 1t' . :,& ..:. '
TodayIn Union In
Roberts, a former tea rounds to check; the number of The plane is designed for and land vertically even with Reports ton called headquarters away two pickets.Washing ...,'* h 1' "",' -, Rrl.
lure writer for the Los Angeles garbage cans and describe whit swift transport of combat one engine out. ..... .... <
Tuesday
The pickets were posted "'
Times' women's department they contain a. part of a survey troops, equipment and sup With all engines operating Baker Case on access roads by a Miami :- ,i ,\\l ..=...
has held several public rela. ofthe British Columbia Research plies from assault ships and it has a rate of climb of 6.800 Teamster's: local which has c;.. ... '
tlons !1>sltlons. Council. airfields to rough terrain feet per minute. With oneNOTICE WASHINGTON (AP) A po.lltlcally struck several concrete proiluc. - ''''';'

divided Senate Rules ing firms. About one-thlrd of the :"" ..""' '
Committee tiles Democraticand .., +.
moonport area's 4,500 construe.
Republican reports .todayon tlon workers refused to pass the .- ...
Bobby Baker's -
money male. .
.
pickets. -
Ing dealings.
Local 290 of the Teamsters Is
Baker resigned undo! fire last
Oct. 7 as secretary of the Sen. on strike against four Miami
based construction firma.Memberships .
ate's Democratic majority after .w,+saftn
a $350,000 damage suit !
against him and others by a
local vending machine company In
spotlighted his outside business
dealings.The Teen-Age Center I' .
Courtesy Sales & Service Inc. Rules Committee's Inves. '
ttgatlon of whether his actlvl. Now .AvailableApplication <. "
ties conflicted with his official -
duties or Involved other Improprieties blanks for mem- .
SERVING THE PEOPLE OF NAPLES WITH reached a climax when bership In the "Naples Teen-age < '

Baker Invoked his Fifth Amend. Center" are now available at riP.
ment protection against possl. the City Recreation Center or \
ble self.lncrlmlnatlon and re. from members of the board
I fused to answer questions. Christy Willis publicity chaIr- 'DRY C R 0 S SIN I G Only helmet and pack held
e Air Conditioning Co. Testimony received by the man announced this morning. aloft help locate this" Vietnamese. government soldier. ford I

committee showed that Baker, Naples teen-agers wishing to Ing a strum while hunting guerrillas' In the Mekong delta
e Electric Motor Co. a one-time Senate page boy become a member of the center
from Plckens, S.C., claimed to
..... have acquired a fortune of more are advised to obtain a mem- Learn Divers
bership application form com- 9. U.S. Shrimp
e Co.Installation than $2 mUlloh'beroTe' he re.tslgaed
M rn Plumbing ,l IVe gill. '.I 111Y 'lotto his tl ,.>600...year post. plete It, and bring or' send It Not Spies, But
to the Recreation Center. The FinedIn
Boats
Sea TurtlesPORT
Co. membership fee Is SI, Miss
SCRAP THE SCRAP LAW Willis announced and must accompany CANAVERAL, Fla.
LONDON (AP) During debate the application for HondurasTAMPA (AP)-Reports of unauthorized
in Parliament on proposed divers around two Nuclear po.
membership.Upon .
revisions of a law regulatingscrap (AP>-Nlne American lads submarines set oft a port.
metal dealeia, Lord Man- receipt of the applica- shrimp boats have been fined wide search Tuesday.
tion and fee, a membership card $7,500 each, stripped of gear spotted
croft; revealed that the law a* it Two Navy frogmen
NOWOPENS now stands provides: will be typed and mailed to the and the crews jailed in Hondur. what they thought was another
It is a criminal; offence In applicant. Miss Willis said. as, a Tampa man said Tuesday diver while inspecting under.
Britain to sell a secondhand Members of the board from night. water electronic attachments on
anchor to anyone under 16 year whom application forms may Sam Tringali, owner of seven the hulls of the submarines Dan.
of age before 8 o'clock in the be obtained Include in addition of the boats, said one of his captains lei Boone and John Adams. Civilian .
FOR BUSINESS THEIR T.V. AND APPLIANCE morning to Miss Willis. Ricky demons. relayed the report. by ship.toshore divers and an FBI agent
The penally is a fine of 20 Frankle Townsend. Linda Melt- telephone.A joined in the search.
pounds (56). Stahl- 10th vessel, Miss Loretta Ann, After several hours, they
Davis Shelly
SALES & SERVICE DIVISION FEATURINGWESTINGHOUSE what's more, If such .i sale .is zer. and Jerry eluded captors and Is headed for agreed the Intruders were not
man Joy Hodges.The
made from premises over which Tampa, he said. spies seeking secrets but large
the dealer'a name is n>"' written new recreation buildingnow Honduran authorities report sea turtles.
in letters six inches lung the under construction Is expected edly confiscated the vessels 30
penalty Is an additional 10 to be completed before the miles offshore because the boats
new is In full swing.GETTING lacked S f
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AUTHORIZED WESTINGHOUSE HEADQUARTERS tired that the "Theme" records -

loom rather large on

the music these days, like
1
For Collier County Theme From a Summer

Tlare', "T hem ,

,.. From The Apartment",
"Theme From the Unfor.
BUILDER RETAIL & WAREHOUSE SALES given", etc Now Hugo

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'Buy From The People Equipped And TrainedTo 'one From out tailed An Unfilmed"Theme

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that Cameo records recently -
SERVICE What They Sell released a dn called

"Theme From The Young

One." Curiosity as to

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration whether this was from a
T>' .how or motion picture

Window Wall And Central Systems brought to light this statement
from an executive

Auto Air Conditioning Service V of the firm "It Isn't from

y anything but we felt
Electric Motor Repair Water Pumps A rt I the title would help sell

READY for the opening of the new appliance sales and some dines."
Plumbing Problems Large or Small senicc division of Courtesy Scolds and Service ate Hay Gilb who gave Our theme here at VAN

up his own business to head up the service department of the appliance DER VEER MUSIC CEN.
handle the sales floor and book- TER ls quality Instruments
division and June Pruneau who will
r. TALK WITH THE PEOPLE WHO CARE keeping: of the appliance sales division In the background is Mis. professional service

Pruneau's daughter Diana (NEWS photo) and satisfied customers.
That we will always strive
Johnnie Johnson
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to maintain. For your selection .

Henry Pruneau Herb Dawson Ted Below Local Firm Expands Againtinghouse piano visit of a our fine organ salon or atl

VAN DER VEER MUSIC!

Dan Massey June Pruneau CENTER. 1949 9th Stand "
Sales Service Cor In Collier County with homes, post offices supermar.kets get started on a mu.
poratlon announced today the warehousing, retail sales, and a and cafeterias. "We have steal career or a lifelong
James Koffel opening of an appliance sales builder sales program handling enjoyed a steady healthy growth
enjoyment of the
I and service division with a new the full Westinghouse line. The and we are grateful to the peo. finestentertainment.
Ray Gilb store next to their present loci program calls for a half million pie of the Naples area. We In. Call MI
ion at 937 Fourth Avenue, NorthIn dollar yearly activity with West. tend to maintain a stable expan 2.6632 for particulars.
Naples. Inghouse purchasing available to ion program through 1970.
Johnnie Johnson, head of the the public In at least three other Plans are now well under: way
QI'ITY! Courtesy Corporation said nego.tiations locations In Collier County. for an additional $250,000 ex. Van Der Veer
have been completed with "Business is fascinating," passion program to toe com pI..
Westinghouse Alr.condltlor.Jnj said Johnson after 35 years of te and Appliance Divisions, nam. selling and Installing heating and made atallible. 1949.9th St.
log Courtesy to represent Wes. alr-condlUonlng In over 9,000 MI26432rOLLIERLY

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hehev seems to be having an
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enormously good time.
ic Khrushchev I* awa from a
" ', 1.J Mexico Germany New York Ohio Wyoming, Mi- Moscow these day almost as I +{ a ,
much as he is at 1.111('. HP
":'1 Beach or |lust about any place you mention looks almost lIke an executive

I h ,'J will find a representative of Naples there Geographically thinking about retirement and
determined to have t final, hap
> and climate-wise North Carolina Is a gre.tfavorite .
I py fling
' I with Neapolitans during the summsr By his own admission, he

.1 Mr and Mrs. Thad Moss and their four children feels his age. At his 70th birth.
day party April 17, delivered
have returned from three weeks Lake Junaluska
:: at N. C. a homily about his gratitude for
IJ I .> r ty Although the weather wasn't up to expectations (very attention paid him and his de. {

> ,> hot and dry) the Mosses enjoyed their vacation and also termination to work well to re. 1V
pay those' who had faith In him.
reunioned with the Richard Lamberts and Robert Millers But he added that at 70, "a man

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grimes are North Carolina hasn't much time left to pa
back well for all he Is given"
minded too. They leave Tuesday, but first go to Calla- Not long before, he had noted

way Gardens, Pine Mountain Ga After visiting in Atlanta that a* he approached 70 he

where they have relatives the Grimes will go to was feeling It and might nut be w '
able to hold the helm of part
Hendersonville and other golfing spots In North Carolina, and state Indefinitely. ,I r w
.
--' -" - as the spirit moves them. They expect to be away for Khrushchev now gives the ,

ROYAL BEAUTIES-This trio of beautiful princesses adds luster to the Danish courtat two and a half months. Impression that the machinery -
I Copenhagen' Chrlstianborg Castle. Princess Anne.Marie, 18 (right) will become the of the Communist party and liRI?AT dUA.ND.DAD is quite fishoiman, saysounjt
youngest queen in the world when she marries King Constantine of Greece. Her sisters And Michael and Bill Jones leave Friday for Camp the Soviet government at home \' \ 1'1'M\' Wnulull, shown her with 1VV,

(left to right) are Princess Margrethe, 24, and Princess Benedikte, 20. Carolina In Brevard N. C. Later their parents, Mr. and physical run pretty presence.well without his \v nd'll I 01 Uoikpoit Ind. and his bin cat,'h of I

Mrs. Donald T. Jones plan to vacation at the Highlands This )year Khrushchev has 1"i to :'::11 pound snook See l'OltUl1U.

Country Club, Highlands N. C., before picking the boysup been away 10 weeks
Jonas Salk Embarks New Early In January he went on Vlsltln,: with the John Marlnl catch of snook, which h* caught
Upon to bring them home. a hunting trip In Poland In this week aie Mrs. Marlnl'ccou. while fishing with his grandson

I Last weekend Mrs. Rolond Ely of Princeton, N. J., March and April he toured sin and his tamlly, Walt S7.alfa, seem proof enough That's Paul

joined her parents Mr. and Mrs J. G. Sample, in Miami Hungary his wife, and three daughter, Wlnchell's youngest daughter,
Research To DiseaseLA In May Khrushchev touk a Sandra, Kathy, and Laura. Sun. Peggy shown with "fisherman
Conquer Beach. She came to help her father celebrate his leisurely voyage to Egypt with day they all enjoyed an excursion 'Great-Grand-Dad."
birthday his family and extended his to Coconut Island for flitting Mr. and Mrs. M. Crocker of
JOLLA, Calif. (AP)-Rls. "We are not going to try any stay to rest. and swimming Orlinito spent three days fish.
Ing on a hill overlooking the spectacular end runs we will 'Sunday Jim Koliopulos left to fly to Wyoming to In June, he went to Lenin. Eekle and Karen Kelley are ing and boating out of the Islesof
Pacific Is a multltowered for. simply be trying to understand. join his family who had motored there from Hagerstown, grad to meet Yugoslav President celebrating their birthdays early. Capri Motel and Marina

tress soon to be filled with "If we could understand howa r Md. On the way home the Koliopuloses will go to Tito, then shortly after They are going to the Miami Also staying at the Isles of
man' newest weapons againsthis cell becomes cancerous under boarded the liner Bashkiria for Seaquurluin. Capri Motel and Marina for the
oldest foe: disease. the Influence of a virus- Oconomowoc, Wisc., to visit Mr. and Mrs. David Pabst. an unhurried trip through Scan Visiting the John Sclilotr.es for threerfUy weekend were Mr. and
Commander of this forbidding "If we could understand why Mr. and Mrs. Pabst come to their home here on Gordon dlnavla. Khrushchev said In a couple of day relaxation and Mrs Jim Kessler of Miami
battlement is Jonas Salk-al. some animals are Intolerant of Drive several Sweden *ie Intends to "go on Florida sun were Mr. and Mrs. They caught two snook weighing
ready the conqueror of one disease in other words, 1m- times a year. leave" to his vacation hi<.ltk Theodore Polling from Pauls 113 4 pounds and 16 are pounds,
scourge, polio and now en. mune- away on the Black Sea. boro, N.J. Mr. and Mr. Phil Swenson of
gaged in a three front "If we could understand the While Khrushchev I* doing Miss Rosemary Loach had a* MUm! also spent their holt
war against all the miseries of connection between the genetic OFF FOR MEXICO CITY all this tripping about, who 1* her guest this week Mill Dana day at the Isles of Capri Motel .

body and mind. system, heredity, and the anti. Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds leave for minding the store? House. Both of the girl tried and Marina. They enjoyedtwo
A* his general, he has sum. bodies which fight disease At the top are men who could their lurk at fishing a* well a* days fishing and boating
moned eight of the world's out. '"If in time we could under. e'r Mexico City where they will headquarter. They plan three step easily Into Khrushchev'* swimming. Rosemary returned Dan Boon was bat k again to

standing research scientists and stand the relationship between leisurely motor trips to take in some of the villages as shoes, These Include Leonid I. to Naples| with Dana for a cou. catch more snook. He comes
given them free hand to map Immunology and brain mechanism Brezhnev, whose Job a* president pie of day visit. down from Sarasota at every pos.
well Taxco Oaxaca and
their own battle plans for a radIcal how the cell rememberswhat as large cities, Guadalajara, of the Soviet government Visiting with the Glllands this ethic chance. He stayed at the
and revolutionary assault to to attack- Guanajuato Presidium la becoming lei and week are his children and grand Isle of Capri Motel and Marina.Mr. .
break down the mysterious "Then we would have some This past week the Reynolds had as their guest lei ceremonial, Gtmnady Vo. children, Mr. and Mrs. Don E. and Mrs. W.W. Fry of Oak
processes of living; for In these very powerful tools against dis ronov, Dmitri Folyanbkl, Niko Voss and children, Leslie and Ridge, Tenn., arrived her Fri
processes, he believes lie hid. ease." Miss Isobel Olds, of Venice, Fla. Their son, Kenneth Dan lei Podgorny any of whom Kurt, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob La day for a week's stay at the Is.

den the key to mental and Pending completion iels, is spending the summer In Dennis, Mass, working could be a prospective new premier Brent and son Mark.Fort Bragg, lee of Capri Motel and Marina.
physical health.To equipment of the laboratorynext It the Lighthouse Inn. In September Kenneth returns to N.C. Is the home of the Voise Guest at the Isles of Capri
gain a better understand. year, the Institute's sclen. To run the party he can relyon and Tampa Is the home of Mr. Fishing Lodge this weekend in.
ing of these processes the National lists labor In temporary build the University of South Florida. such men a* M. A. Suslov La Brena and family. eluded Mr. and Mr. J, Bradley
Foundation, formerly the logs, coincidentally testing a The Jim Cochruns also have plans for Mexico but and Leonid Hylcliev, who have The resident have been no. from Miami. They .pent| the
March of Dimes, has provided Salk theory that close dally con. long experience with ideological tlclng with pleasure, the new weekend snook fishing.
not until First and Linda off
$18 million toward a laboratory tact between specialist will re. August. they are on Fridayfor problem look of the Island. Dill Jawor. Mr and Mr*. Paul Harrison
called the Salk Institute for suit in better work from each ,9 ryI Akron, Ohio, for a family reunion and to celebrate At the moment, there seem ski has been doing a fine Job of Miami were also guest at
Biological Studies-estimated to than each could achieve in Iso. the 50th wedding anniversary of the senior Mr. and to be no threat to Khrushchev' of cutting the grass and weed the Isles of Capri Fish!", Lodge,
cost an eventual $30 million, on latlon position at the top of the lots owned by> people who They spent> their time snook fish.
a 27-acre site donated by the What ,has been produced. so ,+4'3e kf Mrs.. Cochrun J -. do oot.live here presently The Ing and were quite successful
City of San' Diego adjacent to far 7 On the way back to NapleUifhey will get Jim, who operation bf these people I II Mr. and Mrs Archie Calhoun/
the new San Diego campus of "Marvelous Ideas that are be. (NEA Telephoto) has been in summer school at West Virginia Wesleyan, certainly appreciated by the pec. and children, Cindy and Gregory
the University of California.All ing turned Into experiments," Two MinistersTo pie living here arrived at the Isles of Caprj
the equipment and human says Salk. "I am not ready to LATEST Shaeleen Barry, arriving here about the 20th. Even though he I I. 78 years Fishing Lodge Sunday for a cou<
genius as well will be channeledinto say yet what they are, but they Vancouver the B.C. model look demonstrates in Dr. and Mrs. John Myers with Susan and Sharon Fill Baptist old and used to fishing for some pie of day of snook fishing,
newest
three basic fields of research are very good ideas." what smaller fish from the Ohio The Calhounn are from Hlaleah.
topless swim suits, In which also will vacation in Ohio. Dr Myers will stay a week Pulpit Sunday
: immunology, virologyand River, W.W WincheU of Rock Mr. and Mrs. AI Scott and
genetics. the nudity is toned down- now and then go back the end of August for another Rev. and Mrs. Robert F, Mar.port, hid., set out to prove that children, Albert and Dan, are
A* Salk puts It, "we want to Aldersgate Group but only a speck or two. week. The Myers leave Saturday to visit their familyat tin will be out of town on vacation being a good fisherman does run spending one week fishing, boatIng .

go into some rather basic questions Stone Acre Farm near Delaware Ohio. July 12, and In his absence in the family. Mr. WincheU stay. and swimming at the isles
the nature of living material Meets In NaplesThe ed of
"two very capable young men with his grandson and family Caprt Fishing Lodge
what goes wrong with It Circle of the Goodland Kids Not everyone Is travel-minded, and there Is still will lead the Sunday Service."Capt. Paul WincheU. The photo Wednesday, July 8th, I I. book.
and what we can do about It so First Methodist Aldesgate Church WSCS plenty going on right here In Naples.Mrs. Rev. David Renaker will be of Mr. WincheR and a beautiful mobile day

that we can conquer disease. met yesterday at the home of Enjoy July 4th Harold Baker and Mrs Paul Jacobs came from guest speaker at the Sunday
morning service Mr. Renaker
Mrs. T.L. Green on Rosemary Sarasota to spend a few days last week with Mrs. Alvina pastor of the First Baptist Church
theme
Lane. The program was JULY
Gets Hiccups "The New Age Open New Beach Party Barkau of the Garden Court Apartments.Mr. of Union Spring, Ala. He I I. thenephew

Doors" and was presented by and Mrs. Charles Henry Carr have moved into of Mr. and Mrs. William
Thirty-five Goodland children Wilson of 17S5 Cordon Drive. He
Austin Evans chairman.
Cured After Mrs.Attending the meeting, were enjoyed a July 4th beach party their apartment In the Carriage Club. In May they went Is a graduate of Southwestern Tea

Mesdames Norwood Boles, which Included wiener roast, north for their son's graduation. Bruce Nickerson received Seminary, Ft. Worth Tex.

Year's FightATLANTA Jacques C raumer Austin,5.B.Evans Edwards Ed., refreshments and swimming!:,according his diploma from Dartmouth College, and Is nowa a bonus Reverend treat Martin 1* In also store laid for that the

Sam England, to Mrs. R.K. Andersonof cadet at the Naval Air Station In Pensacola Fla.
when
Ga. (AP-Today gar Everhard, T.L. Greene Dan. Goodland.The congregation Sunday night
s a happy anniversary for Lucy ny Hayes, Royal RanneyAlvlnL.Smith Mr. and Mrs. Carr then spent several weeks in Rev Ernest Harvey and his wife
were greetedat
4cDonald. It Is the anniversary and youngsters Jan, who Just arrived home from
Weatherly.OthersIn
Hugh the beach by Mrs. Mattie Stephens Stamford Conn, packing their belongings for the per. Brazil where they ministered
if her bout with the hiccups. attendance were Miss Emma
The S8.year.old red.halred I Murray and Miss Jackie Ed. her son Larry, and Mrs. manent move to Naples. among the lepers, will chow
nether of three says she wards. Jean Wust, who had gone aheadto Mrs. Carr's mother, Mrs. E. R. Mixer and Mr. Mixerare slides of their work In South
souldn't be happier. The hie. set up a grill, lawn table and America.
having their regular vacation In Chatham, Mass., on
sups topped about a week ago umbrellas.
Mrs. McDonald received thou. Cypress CenterEmphasizes Assisting at the party were: Cape Cod. They will return to the Park Place Club In

land of letters, telegrams and Mesdames Effie Ludlow, Marie October. Bertolami
:telephone call after an Assort( BirdsThe Ludlow Csss Baldwin. Cecelia
ited Press story described her Weeks Jean Wust, Mattie Ste- Sarasota FridayJoseph

plight Most suggested home program at Big Cypress phens, Lorraine Addison, Mr. NEPHEW FROM OHIO G. Bertolami admillotltralor
Center for the rest of this week
remedies for urlng the hkcui
The remedy which apparent. will emphasize the study of birds. and Mrs. R.K. "MII all of Goodland and Mrs. Hospital, will be In Sarasota
,
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ty cured her came from a drug. Mrs. Ted Below, Sr. is the Bruce Leonard of Miami. year-old nephew, Stephen Miller, of Maple Heights, this Friday (July 10)for a meet.
gist for whom she now works. leader of the activity. She has a the business Ing of the Council AT ROUSE'S
The pharmacist Roy Faith, federal permit to trap and band Mrs. Anderson reported; Ohio Stephen has started early in newspaper Auxlllarie. on Hospital

said '1 Just gave her a drug live birds and 1* showing the "Never have children been so as a sports writer. He comes naturally by this Administrators from six hos.pltal .

which Is commonly used. lean. children how and why birds are good. They W\=r once went Into interest His mother is editor in chief of the Bedford will attend the meeting, SAVE UP TO
not what It was because Jam banded using live bird In her the ittr without asking permis
say Tim Register which covers half a dozen suburban citiesin which Will be held at Sarasota'i
not a physician and I can. presentation.Next sion." Memorial! Hospital. Bertolami
not The Important week the children will stu. the Cleveland area.
prescribe. was appointed to serve on the
thing I* that she I I. cured." dy life In the water. patching, Mr and Mrs. Mallory Morris and their daughter council by Don Laurent, presl. AND MORE!
Whether the hiccups have observing and studying the creatures dent of the Florida Hospital As. 1/3 1
gone for good Is a question but will be done to encourage Ask SightseeingBuses Laurie are with the Pierre Thelins at the Glenwood Apart. IOd all on.

Mr. McDonald says this Is the the children to use their own To Forget ments for their fourth summer vacation. Mr. Morris returns -

longest period of time she has minds and senses. soon to Memphis, Tenn., but Mrs. Morris and
been able to breathe with ease The following week there will Where Jackie Lives Choose From All Nationally
In a year. be a cookout with fire-building and Laurie stay until the first of August.Mrs. Plan To TransferSen.

You can't Imagine how outdoor cookery as the main em. NEW YORK (APSightiewing Robert Prendergast with Bobby and Lynn, is ADVERTISED BRANDS
thankful I amJ' she said "It phasls. bus guide have been asked Kennedy To
here for month with her Mr and Mrs. W
a parents, ----------
1* such a little thing to be able The staff at Big Cypress Cen. not to call attention to the hotelIn Boston
to breathe without hlccuplng. ter Issued a reminder that all which Mrs. John F. Kenned Dale Uhltch Navy Lt Prendergast is working toward his Hospital Joyce Cal. Cobbler COLORSPink
This the worst of those children who plan to will live when she moves here the of Washington in the NORTHAMPTON
was year my masters degree at University Mass (AP) Natural
life." come will have to eat their own this fall -Sen. Edward Bridge Blue
M. Kennedy I I. to
The staff also said! that City License Commissioner school of Oceanography,
cooking. Fiancees Yellow
Mr. McDonald was a wait. be transferred to Mew England Citation Bone
nil until she lost her Job be. the mothers might be "happily Joseph C. DICarlo made the re. Mike Uhlich is studying at St, Petersburg Junior Baptist Hospital In Boston on Mandarin Allures Green White
cause waitresses aren.t ..up.po..d surprised to learn they are the quest Tuesday, sayings "The College and gets home weekends. Bob is working in Thursday.The -
to parents of latent chef (who also late president' wife is entitled to Democratic Cover Girl KI-Yaks Red
hiccup constantly.She senator from
clean up afterward)." the full dignity she deserves." North Carolina and hopes to get home to see his sister.
tried several other jobs. Massachusetts I I. recuperating And Many Others And All Combination
Each time she was discharged Crowd" of tourists outside her Linda Uhlich will round out the family later this from a broken back suffered In

because of the hiccups Dram chilUdcanned. pears and Washington, D.C., home apparently month She has been visiting Mrs. Frank Gore in Hiawatha the rrash of a private plane on
Sh. with o dun chocolate t.us were one of the reason June 19.
now work behind the Mr. decided Ga. On the 25th Linda will be one of the Naples
soda fountain In the drug store '.. J aiue Quuk and good'! Kennedy to move toNew In making the transfer an.
York City.IOWAN'S. representative at a Student Council work session at nounrement, Dr. Thomas F.

-The Week Special! Stetson (U"i,//emty Corrlden gave no estimate of lot every style Included, but a big majority.
the time 32 would be
Kennedy
Permanent Wave PLAY WINS| Dr Gore; left last week to join Mrs. Gore and Ronnie hospitalized He said. the see Shop early for best selection.

I>ff. $2.5.00 NE" YORK lAP. ) Apprentice and Randy in Hiawatha. Fred Gore is attending school .tor would be nosed In a West
dam st..ubmlrrd lit
., $12.50 < opt n the 1 12th annual HMU-Na. near Atlanta, and Frank is in town over lance Air Force Base ambu. --

This per Alien includes &i" IK'I' Collriiat PleywritirtgCimie rridav Mr and Mrs. Ira Capelle will give a dinner --.-.

I Flair Cot, Conditioner Shampoo, F.ehtyhrre. schoolswere party foil wing the rehearsal for their daughter's wedding I... #If parrit imltlnupet :
and Hair Styling-. rcprexnicd. d witt>. ..1..111'! ", .1 i "e. ,?ittu
will be
Karen Capelie ,rod Timothy Oaugherty lloi'se
The competition for full-tent inTlMlti( "' ,al'rdr l I ,u"
Try )fro Wills Now Body nail Cut! Mali a your set play. was won by Ralph S. married Saturday, at three o'clock in St. Ann's Church. haw become popular a. er ipprt S

stay getter and k cp< the frill out of your permanent. Arioonwnian. Iowa State UniversIty Mrs Harry Bradley was here for a few days this t / If Jrou try tha uroiUirnliori '
; and the oM-sster sward ,,m,,Puny (If with s pepper nulls
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS week from Milwaukee She came to check the ,, 6S5 Fifth Avenue Downtownp
progress ,
to .Kiel, ,, B. Srmfftf. San Fra n- .I I" urn curl add. a litllr "Irrth
alftlt A.... ..- f .NieMiinia cu'ytc C'>ll..c. on the home the Bradley are building on the beach .. lid pepper. t



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AN EVIL LITTLE VOICE AT VOTING TIME Laos Reds
n Hard-Line

NtIDS Sidetrack SouphanouvongBY


i 1. RAY CROMLEY
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Let's Get The Road On The Go ; ) SM WASHINGTON-NEA( Newspaper) backroom Enterprise power Assn struggle i


Collier Countlans undoubtedly will time will be needed to appraise and 4TWryv1y going on wlthll\the Communist at Prince Souphanouvong party In Laos.It ., leader of th,

welcome the County Commission's de initiate court proceedings against land Red now h'et.pp L I. has been quietly shunted aside.I .

cision to proceed "full speed ahead" In which must be condemned. County Commissioners \' v ,,pp'toon I .alt the Lao hard-line prof"slonal ;
:) ; t {%tned that for .11 his C0",t
efforts to acquire rights< -way for the are well justified In their determination .,' omn s
\ was too much of a national ,
munist Souphanouvong
Naples-Ft. lauderdale toll road. to take whatever steps are ;tij and therefore ways more interested in Laos than in instant obed(!,

Considering the criticism and delayIng necessary to "get the road on the go" ;- ;" ence to Red Ho Chi Minh in North Viet Nam.

tactics aimed at "Alligator Alley" In Incidentally, it is conceded that the l.s
WAS ALLOWED to keep his title
as
SOUPHANOUVONG
recent months, a majority of county residents toll road will have to be designated on chairman of the central committee of the Neo Lao Hak fat

will get a great deal of satisfaction maps by the proper State Road Department the Lao Communist party

from seeing construction on the road at number and name, but It Is to be But if the sketchy reports are correct, Kaysone Phoumu
han commander of the Red Pathet Lao armed forces, and
long last underway and at the earliest hoped that some way can be found to Nouhak Phoumsavan, a member of the party's standing committee

possible moment We certainly will. retain and display the title, "Alligator have taken over actual leadership of the Lao Reds

As a matter of fact, it is not outsidethe Alley," the name now affectionately used This move puts Red Laos completely under North VIM

realm of that undue for the road Collier namese control
possibility delayIn by most Countians. Kaysone Phoumvihan and Nouhak Phoumsavan take their
starting construction of the road can Overcoming all the objections to the orders directly from North Viet Nam Ho Chi Minh. Both are

result In further delaying tactics by opponents toll road, some of which were ludicrous believed to have been early members of Ho's World War II

of Alligator Alley So it behooves Indeed, has been a time consuming effort Communist party of Indochina.

local officials not to let any grass Now that the way finally has been THIS CONTROL MOVE is believed a step in Ho'i plan to

grow under their feet at this time. cleared for its construction every effort eventually unite all of old Indochina (North and South VietNam

Several weeks will be required to should be made to get It underway Immediately rr'' .' country.. Laos and Cambodia) under his rule, perhaps as a single

obtain rlghts-of-way deeds from property and apparently that
owners along the route who are willingto County Commission had In mind yester "at L trenched themselves/ slowly, carefully and quietly. There's

donate their land In been no publicity
addition, more day. '
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.: ; Kaysone Phoumvihan never, appears in public. Nouhak
_ Know What You're Voting For Phoumsavan is reported taciturn and reserved.

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The "Get Out the Vote" campaigns elections, a mayor, a city treasurer, a THEY HAVE TilE BACKING of the SOOO to 10,000 North

are beginning as November approaches councilman and a state legislator won of. Vietnamese troops in Laos There is, consequently no sign of

One attractive leaflet is entitled "Just OneVote" fice that revolt from their leadership
by just margin. And, movingup -
/ -- Both are said to be able and hard-working. Both have a long
and Is aimed squarely at the eli- the ladder, the late President Ken- history of Communist party membership and revolutionary

gible voters who stay away from the nedy's plurality In 1960 was less than : actin Ity.S .

polls And they amount to a disgracefully one vote per precinct. His margin of -:, ' ? ,;.; Nouhak, born about 1910 in southern Laos, is the son of
a farmer. He began as a truck driver later became a merchant .
large number. In 1960, a presidential victory was less than 120,000 votes out QUICK QUIZ in pre.World War II Indochina.

election year, more than a third of of almost 69 million cast The Best of BoyleBY When the Pathet Lao Resistance government was formed

the voters failed to exercise their rightof So much for facts and figures. An- 0-How accurate i is the he became of Laos.minister of economics and finance in the Redareas

franchise a right which Is at the other point needs stressing. The country HAL BOYLENEW master clock at the U.S. Naval In the 1950s he traveled extensively In the Communist

very heart of representative government doesn't need "Just Voters". It needs "In. Observatory Washington. bloc countries.

and a free society. In the off-year elec. formed Voters" men and women who YORK ((AP) Memory, young fellows had settled on a DC A-The! master clock using about e Kaysone 194S or was 1947.born in 1920, joined the Communist party
not clothes makes the line of work In which they
tions of 1962 the showing was worse study the Issues and the positions of the Memories, mold us to man.what we would spend the rest of their the atomic resonator is accurate In 1949, he became commander of all Pathet Lao guerrilla

still, with more than half of the eligible candidates, all the way from town and are. Take away a man's mem. lives. to 1,000,000th second forces Later he was named minister of defense in the Pathet

voters staying away from the polls. country to Capitol Hill and the White mites and you take away his The favorite fadeout scene In per day Lao Resistance government and held that post until 1957,
personality, his character In most Western films depicted a He is believed to have fled to North Viet Nam and worked
,
How important Is one vote? It can House and know exactly what they are fact his very Identity. He be. faithful pony nudging the bash- Q-Which is the shortest with Ho there until sometime between 1945 and 1948.

actually determine the result. In recent voting for, comes a vegetable without In. ful cowboy toward the pretty verse in the Bible
dividuality. girl A-The ,shortest sentence !
Memory gives man Ms sense Beer parlors served free in the whole Bible is in the
of continuity and makes him shrimp on Friday nights. You Gospel according to St. John, The World
I others feel a kinship to eternity, and could eat all you wanted to, but Chapter 11;verse 35, consisting TodayBy I
say ITEMS CLIPPED F OTHER PUBLICATIONS t neighbor to immortality. you had to shell them yourself. of the two words: "Jesus JAMES MARLOWE
"
You've had quite a feast your. For $250 you could have a wept.
:'J ; t- .1 .'s wNofHf'r self at life's banquet U you can funeral so stylish that people eiedoted Press News Anelyst
,1.1, A.'ri i < ... $ P1.e-VI/oIG Wllk, look back and remember would talk about It for weeks 0-7n the Moslem religion'what '
fl.. : 'J ;A"V' '(r when- afterward. term is used to denote WASHINGTON (AP)-They'reon large or small, Is entitled to
.w Women wore veils to give Those were the days. Re. the required month oj fast vacation now but even when two senators. They're elected
them a look of both modestyand member? ing* they're In session the Supreme statewide., not by districts and
mystery. A-Ramadan. Court's nine Justices never give population has nothing to do with
Men countered by growing-: : I their opinion except on Mondays.But 11.
handlebar mustaches which this doesn't mean they Oddly enough, It was the Sen.
gave them an air of strengthand don't have an opinion now on ate, not the House, which de.
peU.confidence--.t TODAY WASHINGTON: L what .the "IIate- Just did to dded to get tight-fisted with the(
I I Children roamed Abrade. them. They'll never express it Justices. Earlier this year Fret.
walks collecting tinfoil from BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS from the bench. Ident Johnson pushed Congressto
discarded cigarette packs to Over the years, particularly pass a federal pay raise bill.
help beat the Kaiser In World i since Its 1954 ban on public It would mean a boost for
dLr.- War I. school segregation, the court has more than 1.7 million people on
mean business" In
.. .cal.-. Everybody In the neighbor WASHINGTON (AP-A forceof government been denounced, reviled, attacked the government pay roll, In.
efforts to
out bias in
wipe
SPEAKING OF TOPLESS SUITS -. ;! hood kind of looked down on a Soviet submarines and sup. ployment.The em. criticized, heckled and eluding the Justices federal

Fickh.n. DallM Morn n Shotm k.r, Chicago Am.r can work. through the Mediterranean recently spite the large strides made been suggestions to lynch Chief Cabinet members and other ex.ecutlve. .
Nobody argued politics with under close scrutiny ota so Justice Earl Warren. ..
Publicity on JuvenilesA hunter.killer task force. tar much remains to be done. -
U.S.
the blacksmith. He was sup. WASHINGTON (AP) The But, undiscouraged and uncle To do tlus"the House i voted
posed to be the strongest man The U.S. ships including one Air National Guard hopes to terred, the court has gone on $533 million, theSenate$564mll.
carrier and six fol.
In town. destroyers, making new enemies
FTER much prodding and coaxing by, social workers and social The tour greatest heroes In lowed the Soviet cubs, took send"weekend about 30 Jets," piloted the by decisions, Ilk* the one with banning new ference lion. Because the two there houses was will a have dlf.

agencies it has become the |policy of many newspapers to withholdthe America were Buffalo Bill, pictures of them and tried toget Atlantic next warriors month to across demon compulsory reading of the Bible to Iron It out. The final agreedon
names of juvenile offenders involved in serious crimes. At the John L. Sullivan, Adm. Dewey, them to respond to radio strate its ability to reinforce the and the Lord's Prayer In public total will be voted perhaps
signals, It was learned Tuesday
and Teddy Roosevelt.The schools.Each .
present time there n a movement in some states to raise the age night. regular Air Force in Europe later this month.
goal of most middle-age decision seemed to Irritate So far
limit from 18 :21!l of those be shielded from within hours. so good. But the House
to 'juvenile to publicity. widows was to marry a retired Some of the Soviet force Force some members of Congress and Senate didn't see to eye
If the Air approves, eye
Most newspapermen oppose this extension of age and we agree railroad man with good habits. entered the Mediterranean the guard for the first time will where proposals to retaliate on a raise for the Justices, eightof
with them. Our feeling is that if a person is old enough to buy liquor, High school kids wore yellow through Gibraltar and others fly aboard nonstop, using its have ranged all the way from whom get $35,000 a year. The
from
the Black
be done 18 and be drafted slickers on which were em. Sea. All are now for aerial restricting the court's authority chief Justice gets $33,500. The
as can in many states at years, to or join understood to own tanker planes re.
have
blazoned such deathless returned to constitutional
say. amendments to bill both houses considered
the military service, he or she should be old enough to answer to loge as "Oh, you kid," and IOU whence they came.WASHINGTON fueling In Europe the guard planes undo what It did. called for raising them all
the public as an adult for criminal acts. you don't want my peaches, (AP) Presl. would fly operational missions All came to nothing The court 7500.
It may not icpieicnt a swing in the opposite direction but the don't shake my tree." dent Johnson has received a re. for about four days for the U.S. escaped unscathed, and no one While the House approved, the
City Council of San Bernardino, Cilif, ordered the chief of policeto When you saw a red-haired port that nearly 20 million work. 7th Army could guess the Senate would Senate cut the raise to $2,500
girl, the odds were even that era are now covered by federal
write a letter to the newspipeis: requesting the names of juvenile ,* her hair was naturai-colored. efforts to achieve equality In Comedy Corner hit It In a place never suspect. 477 although other It federal voted a full$7S00for active
offenders/ involved in serious C'I nimn be published For the first timea The surest way for a bachelorto all areas of employment.He ed: the pocketbook.This and retired. Both Judges houses, voted

police reporter attended juvenile court. It had been the policyof lose his freedom was for told members of the Com. year the court had sur. themselves a $7,500 raise, from
the newspapers to withhold juvenile names except in cases of him to go calling on Saturday mute on Equal Employment A passed Itself In Irritating Con. $22,500 to$30,000.The .
extreme violence. night on a girl whose family Opportunity, which he headed MtsT cress, at least some members of swipe at the Justices was
owned a front-porch swing. when he was vice president, it, by a landmark decision show.
ls engineered by Sen. Gordon Al-
We believe licit will be widespieul( agiexmeni with the decision By the time they were 19 most that their report shows "we 4'ITOL \l Ing how far the court Is willing lott, Colorado who
Republican,
of the Snrr.Tele iaot's editorial council to nicede: to the leanest to go, If Congress won't act, to Justified his action by arguing a
for publication of mme and! its statement:\ that there is a growing .:;" " ''r'S,: ;...' : { i assure equal treatment to pea Justice has his pay for life, ao

belief there ran be too niiuh: coddling of juvenile offenders and the pie.It live or retired, and that he gets
R I D A OA.I.f.I1T was a decision requiring a vacation three months
people of a romnumiiv hive .a right 4o'tnovr chat the law ayear.
M'I , 'j I I states to reshuffle their But
ODC OUR ALOCeeeAUSe con. this Is what other federal
enforcement /
I inobleiu is. gresslonal districts from
which
Editor Publisher eons Judges get, too. Another argu.
? .\CHOSS :U (I'imdir .. A NT C '" ACC T members of are the elected.House of Representatives ment he made was that the
LAPS C 1"f. N U.. present $35,000 paid Justices was
I I.
Writing 2)
The Lights Go On AgainThe uurnry The court wants: the districts out of proportion with the $22-
pa wr ale 2i lean of C R I A. CON T 2 t' revised according to populationto 500 being
paid members of the
(.rpd one"i liftSummer GAT. B 0., S i I. 0
[ recent] swift settlement of the as mercurial as they occasionally are t give voters more equal representation House and Senate.
7 Sandarac 211, .. A B O. S P 0 0 E.
ihort-llved acton' strike was a special m'llerloua. f. In the House. "One If the House agrees and the
bleulng to those out-ot.towners for But there is no mystery about the II.'fhke Urc :Jl\)drink, Barrel Mia T f.T.C.O; j !'I. voter, one vote," is the court's Justices wind up with only $2,500
whom catching the current Broadway fact that Broadway overall has serious U J.lcull'IIUII A A A. OltlN TIS i T philosophy. In the rearrangingsome more this Is one act of Congress
shows Is a now-or-never proposition financial problems These problems have U III 'oIle H iueOr, E: '" 0 T. C [ !. present members of the they won't try to knock out.
But It also was a major boon to the many sources: craft union featherbedding U Shepherd 34,1'uuug.ter lung F: A 'N S. ., IRICO.S: A" n "Sandor, let me see your House may lose their Jobs They'd be more embarrassed to
city, which simply Isn t the lame when competition, escalating production 3) I Dunlir But the court's opinion does undo It than was Congress when
the lights of Broadway are dimmed. costs the reluctance of many would-be Ib pruphrt Sun disk 3b Mud SOLUTION Or riSTIROAY Will not affect senators. Each state, 11 dId It.
And the lion's share of credit appar theatergoers to pay present box-office
17 111'0.: :lll FatrnI palm.I"t
ently belongs to Mayor Wagner who prices are only a few, mcmh niter U, Mark 5 4.tu.u FUNNY BUSINESS r
f.xarpt
again showed himself I highly effective: One notable drain Is the estimated II! CUoIl rid 40t'at and suited 111111 b Irl.hm
mediator. $10 million a year in "Ice" pad! by sugar 'I I 't an Ind III curilult i Rumau2U
Ai for the terms of settlement, pro. theatergoers but siphoned off Into the IJllhl.lfuhc IIrumenl O\\\:
ducer David Merrick pretty well pockets of scalpers. This alone, if it \' .u hnunti IUnl"/ II.rolllIIoIrr ()11.uun
summed up a lot of the theater troubles went to creators rather than leeches: 21 \'aiue. 43 M.sn s JIIUI II \\' when hf commented that they were would go a long way toward makingthe 2J prnalcrats: kn"lIIc 3. Recdsrr hlrol '
fair but he didn know where the money New York theater healthier, better, I4Jkelld.. _
was coming from. The world of the and better able to support the many, I a A J v a s re 12 I+prranlI
theater has a way of being as unfair as Including actors, whose dreams and determination ;
It la unpredictable, this Is one of its per / make Its triumphs possible. ;- r i HI Llghlukhur
verse fascinations And its finances are -JV.u> York Herald Tribune
,e J 21 CUIIC'nlll1l
Jl: Court

. No Parking in Rome r a je :l.1 luterna.slonat" Lmtl ..

While this is difficult to prove, it maybe banned in downtown Rome Hundreds Ja crag, ,
suspected many of the automobiles of carablnlerl were assigned to enforce '! \ : ,Jrolw
clogging downtown VS. streets arent the order, and while some Roman. were r rs I -&J Itl luau nL'
really going anywhere their drivers indignant when their cars were hauled t. J7 ,\ simply are going 'round and round' sway and impounded after a few days = = : : If '"< '\J,,..., The tunny, often railed
looking for a place to park.If the United Press International reported Ti fi \li'IoIIlI' the blueflA tuna or the hone
these superfluous vehicles playing almost everyone seemed quite pleated ae M Ja ) hrn1& mackerel. sometmes!' rea'""
their endless game of musical chairs with the result of the drastic reform. y d y f' M I \\ ilili u.. a length of more than 10 feet
could be eliminated the going wouldbe With the lessened congestion, people I IHJl and a weight of 1500
easier for motorists genuinely bound found they could go to and from workon Je J sr Jr : III ..>llIuti.I pounds. It is excellent u
for distant destinations, or for transit the buses faster than they could by U litfkn( food and Is sought after by
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buses which might attract more patrons car, and driving through the downtown p !3 ,In commercial fishermen and
U they could move faster, area became less of I chore for those :J7 urvnl sports fishermen in the temperate .
Rome now has Joined the group of obliged to do ao for shopping trips or a runs waters of the Mediterranean -r.
major world cities trying to accomplish business appointments. . Th ::19. \aeghl\ In California and

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, July g. 19 4Gitl 35 From NaplesAt 100 Years Ago
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Jehovah MeetingOver Invades
Early
l Scout Notes 35 of Jehovah's ,Wltnes. ,
sea left Naples this week for a
four-day "Fruitage of the Spirit"
district convention scheduled Moves On WashingtonBY

BY MRS. E.W. TIMBERLAKE to begin Thursday/ July 9th at the .,,.. *
Phone 2-3630 Jacksonville Coliseum, accord- $
Ing to Wallace Endres, presiding LON K. SAVAGEA The scar reached a high pitch.
minister of the Naples eongre. 1k scare swept across the Nortn The governors of Maryland,Pen.nyslvanla .
gallon. thls, !edc as, once New Jersey and New
Naples' first Girl Scout Day practiced outdoor skills with Convention officials still estimate ) i 'm y)e< iXQB, and the mayors of Philadelphia

Camp Is at hand! Mothers of special reference to charcoal an attendance of 13,000 to lOBo II AO i 11'10, and Baltimore Issued ap.
be atn eele to the people to rally to
for the .
present>> event sponsor. .
who have been accepted for cooking (which will be used at
girls ed by the Watchtower Bible and The army was that of Gen. their nation's cause In time of
Day Camp, please be sure campers Round-Up) and Naples girls made
Tract Society and the Jack. Jubal "Old Jube" Early -10,000 imminent danger.
are present promptly at ninea.m. a birthday cake for the caretakerof sonvllle Congregations of Jeho- 4 ragged veterans whose mood was Early's men, meanwhile, were

Monday, July 13th, and the Camp. vah's Witnesses. Request for } r enough to scare most anyone. busy. They tore up railroads,
thereafter each day through Fri- corning accommodations have They had seen bitter warfare; cut telegraph wires, captured
day, July 17th. Girls are ask- been received from 25 states many were barefoot, and they trains and robbed the passengers
ed to bring a nosebag lunch on Letters from Detty Decker, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and came north with a vengeance. the homes of Maryland's Go.
Monday, but will plan their own Naples Senior Scout who Is attending Canada. "Old Jube" had left the fight. vernor Bradford and Lincoln's
meals other day. Milk All States Encampmentfor "Regular meetings held at the Ing around Richmond In mid June Postmaster Montgomery Blair
every
Kingdom Hall on 107th Avenue E. burned.In .
will be furnished dally to all Girl Scouts, at Elizabeth under orders from Robert were
will be cancelled during the con. Lee, and he had two purposes;; Washington, raw recruits
ton Tenn. Camp ,
Sky-wa-Mo '
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campers. Wearing apparel ventlon since the majority of the ... one was to clear the Federals and convalescents were as. :
should be suited to the out of reports that she Is life-guard congregation will be In Jackson. out of the Shenandoah Valley; sembled to man the defenses,
doors, with socks and closedtoe for her patrol, Is meeting many vine," said Endres. 4'\ the other was to threaten Wash. and some of the regulars from ,b}
shoes a must Equipmenteach girls from different states Including Endres said that BOO volunteersin M Ington, thereby relieving some of farther South arrived. By the 1
camper should bring includes Hawaii, and Is havinga Jacksonville have been call. cb the Federal pressure on Rich llth, Early was inside the Dls.tlrct I
: slt-upon, notebook and wonderful time at the beau- log on householders since June mond. of Columbia facing Fort
pencil and Scout handbook, dunk- tiful camp site. Florida girls 14th searching for rooming accommodations :. : Early's men had gone to Lyn. Stevens. After skirmishing there
Ing bag with metal plate, cup, found the weather perfect, but for delegates ex. 4 9. chburg near the head of the all day on the 12th, Early de. I'
those from the north and east pected to attend. This Is In ,. .. Shenandoah Valley and there had tided he could do no more harm.
fork and Scout knife 6-8
spoon had to become accustomed to addition to hundreds of hotel and 1- whipped Gen David Hunter's Federals Two days later, he crossed back
feet of clothes line, and a sudden changeof the heat I Betty says the poolIs motel rooms being listed In the ;j ;t it" on June 18 and 19. Hun. Into Virginia, carrying his prl.
clothes In of
case convention city. ter's men scurried off Into West soners and his loot.
showers. There will be a First frig idi While atcampDetty'spatrol One of the convention high 1& ,", : Virginia, stopping In Lexington Next week Joe Johnston is
visited In Marlon ,
Aider and Red Life Guardon N.C.,
Cross lights will be the public lectureat long enough to burn Virginia fired.
all swam at the Lake Club and a 3 Sunday 12th on the home
duty at times. Canoeing p.m. July i. Military Institute' and
will be open to those girls qual- private pool there, saw Interest- the topic, 'Peace Among Men 0);, of the former Virginia governor. :'
ified In swimmers' rank. Naples Ing nature movies and had a of Good Will' or ArmageddonWhich ; r To '
Seniors andGulf Coast Coun- rock hunt with a geologist to explain ?" This is to be deliver. THEY TURN NORTH $100 Damage

cil Seniors from Sarasota will the many formations In the ed by Joseph Sala, district supervisor That, perhaps, was what put 2 Vehicles In r
for Jehovah's Wltnes. In the hearts of
area. Girls from California and d1 vengeance
aides wellas
act as as
perfect program some out-door skills Arkansas are In Betty's tent, ses. __ Early's Confederates. They turn Collision HereTwo
with a girl from Hawaii In the y ed north, swept down the valley
and on July 6 crossed the Potomac motor vehicles were each
adjoining tent. Each girl carries *
into Maryland. They tore damaged to the extent of $!i0 1
A work party of all staff members out one project while at County up the tracks of thelong.suffer.Inr in a collision at the corner of
Cadettes and Senior Scouts campi; Betty's project was to Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Ninth Street, South, and Third
will meet at Camp Tlmberford plan and carry out a one-day the aqueduct over Antietam Creek Avenue, South, shortly after 9
Sunday, July 12th, at 1 p.m. camp-out for a group of Scouts BusinessThe -..-----..--- ---- -.-..- -....- ---- and the locks and boats of the o'clock this morning.
to set up tents, inventory equip- Opportunities like this are avail- WHAT'S A TREE WITHOUT LIMBS? Four contestants in the 1964 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Jesse P. Ishmael, a salesman

ment, etc. All adults assistingat able to all Girl Scouts In the County Commission at "Miss Florida World" Beauty pageant combine their own beauty with They entered Hagerstown,Frederick from Dradenton, was traveling
Day Camp are urged to be United States,and Naples Is proudto terday's meeting authorized yes.the that of the rare Gumbo Limbo tree one: of the natural floral featuresof and Mlddletown where they south on the Trail and CecilA. I.i
was \
food and Tuell local contractor,
exacted shoes ,
clothing,
,
present.* A picnic lunch will have one of their Seniors purchase of five new voting roach tha "Garden of Patriots" in the new, 80-acre "Cape Coral Gardens" huge sums of cash In return for driving east on Third Avenue at .
be supplied by the local Chair- chosen. ines atacostofabout$2,000each. at this southwest Florida community. The multi-million dollar tourist sparing the towns. Maryland far. the time of the accident. I I
man. See you at Day Campi Delivery is expected between attraction, being built in stages over a four-year period, opens its first mere choked the northern roadsas Officer Ed Jones made the In. I Ivestliatlon.
.. October 1 and 15. The county of No was Injured
section Aug. 15.Hurricane. they fled with wagon loads one I ,
S e e presently has 16 voting machines __ u___ their belongings. in the collision and no chargeswere
Word has been received thatat Tshombe After on hand. In what was becoming a habit in made.

the recent Screening Camp- Marco Developer this war, Federal troops evacuate

Out at Camp Honi Hanta, attended Exile In other county business a ed Harpers Ferry, W. Va., at
,
To Form Experts
Seeks Permit the confluence of the Potomacand
by Naples Scouts Pam contract was awarded to the In. Shenandoah Rivers and burn. SkeeterTalkBy
Coe, Betty Decker and Charlie gram Chevrolet Co., for light
Line Potomac
For Water ed the blrdges across the
Hultzen/ Pam Coe was accep- New Cabinet truck at a cost of 272579. there. :
ted as alternate for the 1965 Three local dealers bid on the Checking What They Marco I Island DevelopmentCorp. i''
National Round-Up to be held LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo contract with a variance of less ., the Mackle Brothers-af. BATTLE OF MONOCACYOn Watson At
(AP-Molse Tshombe says he than $100.The fillated firm which plans to develop
In Idaho. Betty and Charlie have the banks of the Monocacy
has lined up a new government most of Marco Island, has
applied for the Young Adult group, for the Congo made up of 12 Know-And Don't KnowCarla applied to the U.S. Army Corps River Just south of Frederick
and will act as counselors and men who have never held Cab. Commission accepted for of Engineers for a permit to July 9, Early's men came upona
aides Gulf Coast Council, of inet posts. It was not known advertising for public hearing a Install a 12-lnch cast iron water hastily-assembled army of Fe- Kiwanis Meet
C.L.Jordan both of the Department derals under Gen. Lew Wallace
Ethel and
Donna ,
,
which Scouts whether
Naples are a part, President Joseph Kasa. request by the Marco Island Development line across Big Marco Pass.
will send two patrols or sixteen vubu would accept Tshombe's Corp., for a water and Hazel--does that sound like a of Meteorology at FSU. The development firm also has (later to become the author of Kiwanls Club President Brandt

,girls from the Council area. lineup. sewer franchise for Marco Is. congenial bunch of girls to you? The synoptic analysis lab will asked to put In an eight-inch "Ben Hur"down) who had Baltimore.Early's broughtthe Watson, who Is also director of
While at Honl Hanta, the girls The former president of Ka. land. A request for a water f ran. To many they have meant devas- be concerned with current charts sewer outfall near the south shore men In from the MosqultoControl District,re.
tangs, who led his province In chlse by the Capri Water Works, tation and more fury than a and daily map discussions on pre- of the pass. The water line will be routed the men,Federals a day fighting and sent viewed for club members meet.
I a breakaway attempt that Inc, will be heard at the same woman' scorned for they are sent weather patterns. Installed in a trench at least two toward, Bath.more. .. lag Mpndap eight .l ni's
ItRENEW United Nations troops ended, an. public Rearing .It. was set for 11 son* of ;that i femrtwfatales bf -hnieiserattiarUs llaih!$!'Otekl In feet below the bottom of thap.... 4hll1l'1retreabiDf1.: "j'-, ." .. the rusts tFaerlaff81Qdfuture : .
YOURDRIVER'S nounced Tuesday night ha would a.m., July 21, past hurricane"seasons.'....With the"' 'riatlon" BuDding" 324O This water line also would A detachment of Confederate plans which the district $

LICENSE fI hold four key posts. a new tropical storm season uponus N.W, 27th Avenue In Miami. The cross Mcllvalne Bay, which lies cavalry moved on Baltimore,with board Is studying.
Tshombe was named premier north of Big Marco Pass. The Watson said aerial fogging had
4 a of meteorologists U.S. Weather Bureau Hurricane the idea that materialized
never )
mm YOUR group (
Monday in
designate by Kasavubu on line across Mcllvalne Bay wouldbe brought "striking results"
BIRTH MONTH1XCLUSIVE 10 days after returning Man Who Changed gathered In Miami this week to Research Laboratory and the located about 20 feet west of of circling north of Washington controlling the mosquitoes, but
. from a year of voluntary exileIn begin an Intensive study of the Hurricane Forecasting Centerare the SR 951 bridge to the Isles and freeing thousands of Confederate had left the board with numerous
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Spain. In addition to premier Mind On Suicide subject. also located in this buildingand of Capri, and would be burled at prisoners at Point Lookout problems to consider. Not .the
Tshombe said he would be for. TheAdvanced Seminar on Hurricanes will act as cooperating resource the navigation channel at least where the Potomac meets least Is the cost.
: AT R&R elm minister, information minIster Driving Cab Now which started Mondayand facUlties.Appeals 3.5 feet below mean sea level. the Chesapeake Bay, Early and With North and East Naples
his main force moved on Wash
and minister of planning MIAMI (AP) Leo Ledoux, will run through August 14, The sewer outfall would extend added to the district, Watson
and coordination. who said he changed his mind will be a comprehensive surveyof ,into Big Marco Pass about 300 ington. doubted that fogging by trucks
Our SpecialIndividuaJity Ex.Premler Cyrille Adoula miles at sea about suicide, is recent advances in the know- AgendaThe feet, and the pipe would be buried will do a Job equal to aerial
and his Cabinet, who resigned making out better these days on ledge hurricanes and Illustrate at least four feet below the bottom Pine Tree Trail spraying. The area has Increased -
on the Congo's fourth indepen. dry land. except at Its channelward end. from about nine square milesto
their application to forecasting Zoning Board of
in. , dence day June 30, continue In Ledoux' landlord said the 49. will meet at 9:30 a.m.Appeals Application plans for the above Work On SaturdayIt about 115 square miles.
problems. July
caretaker status until work the of The speaker plied listeners
a a new year.old ex-seaman Is driving a 10 are at Corps Engl.
to
government takes over. taxicab regularly on a long Support for the seminar Is beIng da, consider the following agen. neer's district office in Jack. has been announced that with ,numerous figures about
GIFTS Tshombe said his government workday. provided by the National : sonvllle and at the area engi work will begin on Saturday costs which have been accumulated -
of 12 "new and dynamic men" "He's not getting rich but he's Science Foundation, the U.S. APPEAL NO. 117 From neer's office in Clewlston. Any. July 11, at 9 a.m. for the JunIor by the control board In a
Accessories will concentrate on pacifying making a little money," said Weather Bureau and the State of Rutenberg Construction Co. For one desiring to submit a pro. Chamber of Commerce mem. search for facts. Watson and
Antiques the big central African nation landlord Shellle Keith. Florida through the Florida Institute Rear yard variance of approxl. test based on the proposition hers who will be working on board members have visited a
torn by tribal rivalries and revolts That contrasted with Ledoux' for Continuing University mately IQfeet 6 Inches for con. that the proposed work would the Pine Tree Trail at the Cypress number of county fogging head.
some aided by Commun. luck a month ago, when he was Studies and Florida State Uni- structlon of covered boat slip unreasonably Interfere with pu. Center. The Center re. quarters in search of methodson
INTERIORSFurniture 1st China. going broke trying to sell Ice versity Lot 9, Block 11, Aqualane Shores bile navigation should file In mainds those who are planning fogging and accompanying
t After feverish consultations cream on the street In a per. The of coordinated No 6 (1922 5th Street, South) writing to the district engineer'soffice to volunteer their time and la. costs
\ since his return, Tshombe, 44, latent rainy spell. program Box 4970 Jacksonville 1, bor to bring machetes and hatch. It has been determined that a
lectures and sessions
Upholstering has claimed support from all On June 15 Ledoux left $8 to laboratory 2- APPEAL NO. Ill -From before August 3. DC.3 twin motor plane will be
major political groups Including cover room rent, then stackedhis will carry six hours of graduate Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Gait. Re: ets.It was also announced that the most satisfactory, but also more
Draperies extremist exiles of the dissident outer clothing, watch and his credit. Tropical Meteorology Side yard variance of 10 feet for MOM carthquukcH: are mild area will be "fogged" prior to costly as an initial purchase.The .
Carpeting "National Liberation Commit.tee. last $1.00 on' Miami Beach and will be directed by Dr. N.E. proposed residence 19th Ave. presenting no danger to man's the work that day, and that re board, he said, Is now
." waded into the Atlantic Ocean."I LaSeur, and Advanced Synoptic nue, South, between 1st Street, safety on the earth' NurUce.liflii freshments and mosquito re- considering purchase of a planeor
But leaders of this latter wanted to drown myself Analysis will be taught by Dr. South and Gordon Drive. pellent will be provided. an alternative of renting for
group In Brazzaville, capital of when I started," he said. In. . - a period to further study results
I\t the former French Congo across stead of drowning, Ledoux was DEATHSWASHINGTON of aerial fogging.
,!i l'll JUC. the Congo River, have Indlcat. picked up 39 hours later after Watson said a majority calls
ed strong reservations or opposl. swimming and drifting' about 80 it,<< 'i' CAP) RalphE. coming to the office at the con.
tlon Tshombe. miles north in the Gulf Stream.He "" '. '"' McAleer, 47, chief cartogra. trol district following the recent
; "
.. :Fi ItlD..J even turned down a ride of. .' ' \. ;\, pher of the National Geographi. aerial spraying were expressing
fired him June IB by a yacht. 'e' < cal Society, died Tuesday after satisfaction with results."That'sa
"If
Traffic uccidonn' in 1963 I..ftan t contrast to calls which have
The Vessel's report of the suffering a cerebral hemor.
Third "
1290 '
.
St. So. -.
Hummed 1.600.000 t : (peraune strange incident brought Coast ""J1.t1 :;it"".""" \ '. ':-- "' < :I, rhage. He was born In Wash. been coming to the office lately,"
Member diauMvd\ com the nation* morethan Guard search. "" ..'t > '1, .1' ,j Ington. he said, ruefully
;$0'
.
; ., r}" In Kiwanis business,Jesse HoLbrook
American Institute 17 billion\ In property During the day Ledoux said t '. "t.
damage medical "'/'fnllt.1.01 he began to think about making ., f'JW , ?''' 1 PARK RIDGE, 111. (AP) was Inducted as a new mem.
Interior Designers 'losses I and cowl of insurance a fresh start, and from then on s. aid >Ii if'' t4'"y 3e> s,'. .. '' George W. Smith 55, interna. her Rae Hendrix, Hank Buck.
looked for another seagoing 114/%: I : ttonal president of the National hannon, Chuck Turley and Shelby
'1 "1 f1.; .. 'i -\ Association of Broadcast Em. on Inter-club
hitch. A fishing boat picked him : r .... > .... $ ," Hatley reported
up that night. ., ., : ployes and Technicians, died meeting in Cape Coral. Dr. John
Ledoux got himself a cab Tuesday. He had been president McCabe was chosen lucky memo
driving Job about three weeks since 1956 of the 7,000.member ber at the meeting.


GUEST HOUSE ago.County Cig Tax (jp/!/' I II'L lili! '""nij'rIII''IJi' '!!' !iI"lifli"! 'I'r I= f! -union- Drive Carefully And nORO'S Live meeting.monthly The board session met following in regular the




Take May For, $10,663 MonthOf t i iilHJ: :! ; ; r liill I i 'S I IIi i 'UIIJ i j jI SHOESMEN'S


FOR RENT Collier municipalities County's two.. Naples Incorporated and. I Ii t I ; ,,1i1llfti :/ ( ONSHOES

receive total
of Ev.rgladesw111$10,883.81 as their share a of ll lllrllflnntlnI

month cigarette of May.tax collections for the I I1I4VllhidIi I. ;:/ IIIJI3PL'I J

FOR TWOLocated Of this total, Naples will get + i r,

$10,243.32 and Everglades $420.: 1! !!11 Ut! p{ 1 a J" : "
59. ! rrB !U. n3i'"t"Ibn I'' '" 30% OFF
...
Richard B. Keating, director / ..... ... ri tIIl'r5: i'M''
of the State Beverage Depart. &
on the edge of Naple. Bay. ment, reported that net colUc.Uons : ; I._ ,!J! i

Cool breeze, comfortable, twin beds for the month of May state 40% OFF
and other utilities. Private dock for wide totalled $4,345,927. Of this fffl IIIIIIllIti.! vJ
amount $1,239,031 will go to the .
boating and fishing. state general fund and the remain. : WMiiff iiit ft ON AllLUGGAGE Canvas, Boat,

ing $3406.898 will be distributed .,"Hr I... . Golf & Tennis

MI 2-4167 to Everglades.municipalities Naples and l1f..il. ]u llf. lo' for your casual wear

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i.r>.viul number! 'hen llu nunthei
of a 'hirlll"r.'.'. 'II.' 'hn"ii' tru-- CHANCING PLACES--Robin Gruenwald'i mother and father had to leave her alone fora SHOPPING CtNTER

'I' ihirJ "ptTf- 'II 'I i"' II. "" m* '- few minutes at a San Francisco dog show This was the way they solved the problem 'Yip.n Friday Til 9, Saturday 7il7

? II,"". with the Afghan hound they were showing, Kismofi Kebir Koh, acting as baby litter,

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a:Yj"iJ"< a We n. dllr_July 8. 1964 COLLIER
Scranton Heads .: >'>'""", ", Scranton Backers Hit At


For ConventionTo > r- .

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Stop t JACK BELL allty of the Civil Rights Act,
Barry
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Cov. was scheduled as a witness before
William W. Scranton'e tickers the platform committee to

CHICAGO (AP) Pennsyl. e > v a ttf hammered at Sen. Barry Gold. day.So
vanla Cor. William w. Scranton water' towering' claim on the was Henry Cabot Lodge, 4 4t
heads for San Francisco today / COP presidential nomination former ambassador to South
to try to upset what he tanned with a cant.wln assault today, Viet Nam who resigned his post R
the "political steamroller! of'1' as prospects for a civil rights to come home to support c).:ran.
Sen. Barry Goldwater at the'net-' ? f fight dwindled ton's bid for the nominate\
publican National Convention. ? Goldwater's declaration an Lodge has said he doesn't toe t
Scranton has challenged the interview published in a Ger. how the Johnson admlnlstra.
front running Arizona senator man news magazine that "as of ton's course In Viet Nam could j} :
for the COP nomination. Tues. now" no Republican could de. be made a campaign Issue. ter
day night In a nationally tele feat President Johnson was de. The reply to this by Rep. 1 /
vised political program on NBC scribed by Sen. Hugh Scott, R. Clarence Brown, R-OMo, a
the governor accused Coldwater Pa., as an admission that the member of the Senate.House 4
managers of "smears" and Arizona senator Is resigned to Republican leadership confer. ..r.A .
"every conceivable kind of ores. losing In November If he beComes once, was succinct
lure and threat" to keep the the GOP presidential "Like hell It won't," Brown f
nomination from Scranton The NEA Telephoto nominee at next week's conven. said.
convention opens Monday OOOPS-Union Pacific diesel inches past freight wreck at Pico.Rivera Calif. where 13 tlon. Lodge said on his arrival
Said Scranton cars of a 91-car freight went into the ditch, injuring brakeman riding the caboose. Offi Scott campaign director for Tuesday night after some cam.
"They (the Goldwater manag. dais mention broken axle bearing on one of the can as probable cause of the wreck. the Pennsylvania governor, told palming for delegates to shift
ere) are trying to create a po. a news conference Tuesday that to Scranton In Kansas and Missouri
apical steamroller unparalleled "I'm afraid they (the Goldwater that he was "tremendous.ly .
for its toughness its callous backers) don't really believe encouraged" by his effortsin
u, ness, Its total disregard for the The Racial they can win." those two st al...
opinion of rank.and.ftle Repub. SceneBy "You can't give up before the The 1960 vice presidential
"
llcans." campaign starts, Scott said
nominee Insisted that while
The governor declared that "Governor Scranton believes former THE READY Th.Tlta"II.C8M.o".o'th..
President
'' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS when the Negroes took seats at that he can beat President John. DwIght D. El.
every survey taken shows that senhower has made tree wold' mOlt powerful wesponb stands loaded and I
I'm leading him In the While U.S. Atty. Gen Robert a white lunch counter. One son He has won before against no public
number St. Augustine statement he can be counted asa cocked In Its underground silo position near W ehita,
of rank.and.flle Republicans- F. Kennedy praised what he youth was treated for head cuts. odds and he'll win again." of .. Kan
Republican voters that Is-who called nationwide compliance The others apparently were not Goldwater said In the Interview supporter Scranton.
',1 would prefer that I be the ran. with the Civil Rights Act, Ne. hurt seriously. that, as of today no other Despite this, Scranton' back. Postman Devised
didate. groes sought to test complianceIn Nine Negro youths were ar. Motels Take Republican had a chance of de. era apparently have given up MILLIONS
"Sen. Goldwater's managers cities which have been major rested on a variety of charges featlng Johnson In the South. hope that they will get any last Own System For 0' 'I SONS UNEMPLOYED
know this, so they have under. trouble spots in the past.A at Selma, Ala., where a voter He added that while he wasn't minute public blessing from the
taken a no-holds-barred cam. massive effort at Integra. registration campaign is under saying that he could do so at former president whose brotherDr. Delivering Mail 7!

palm to see to It that the dele. tlon shaped up at St. Auglstlne, way.Eleven GuestsST. the montent "come election day Milton Eisenhower, will put WATER MILL, N.Y. (AP-
gales at the convention do not Fla., where Negroes said thev leaders of the Nation. Negro there Is going to be another the Pennsylvania governor'sname After delivering mall for 30
reflect the wishes of the people would test some 30 establish al Association for the Advance horse race" He made It clearIn In nomination. years postman Lorin F. Shipper

back home.' ments. ment of Colored People contln. AUGUSTINE (AP)-Thls this respect that he was apparently decided to deliver EMPlOYED
Scranton said the Coldwater Three groups of Negroes Inte. ued their tour of Mississippi ancient city's stout racial bar. speaking not only of the South Scranton said during travelsin only the Important-looking let. 10
grated three motels In St. Au. cracking racial barriers but the nation at Illinois he was sure Elsen.
forces are circulating a pamph. en tiers were breached Tuesday large tern and let the rest pile up.
3 let "that questions my patriot. gustlne Tuesday night. There route, including two plush resorthotels night when three motels Includ. hower wanted him to run for Authorities found two tons of
the nomination but "he has said
Ism." The pamphlet said the were no Incidents. at Rllnxl.- Ing the embattled Monson's Mo. CITES PRESSURES unopened mall, mostly perlodl.
(governor. Is produced by "ex. There was violence at Besse. They sent a telegram to Col*, tor Lodge checked Negroes Into Scranton scheduled to arrive he will not endorse"anyone be- call, circulars and advertising Ito
tremlsts" who urge that the mer, Ala., nine more persons water candidate for the Repub. their rooms. here for a mid-afternoon air. fore the convention. matter In Shipper's garage and 2!
/ COP convention be deluged were arrested at Selma, Ala., llcan presidential nomination, As the Initial test of compU. port rally and news conference, The general belief among the In some ancient automobile
\ with them. and a group of national Negro urging him to visit Mississippiand ance with the new Civil Rights said before he left Chicago that publicly uncommitted leaders parked on his lawn. It was post
,, One line of the pamphlet was leaders said Sen. Barry Gold. see conditions under which law went off without Incident, Goldwater's' people are using putting the finishing touches on marked 19S3 and 19S4. About 10
quoted by Scranton as saying water should see how Negroes Negroes live In that state. Negroes prepared today for a "every conceivable kind of pres. the convention program- was Der cent was first-class mail. w
the governor has "a record of live in Mississippi before decld. They charged Negroes "are major drive to Integrate some sure and threat" to keep the that there Is likely to be only Roy Peterson Southampton o
actions which prove his softness Ing whether the civil rights law being intimidated, terrorizedand 30 other hotels, motels, theaters nomination away from him. one ballot, with Goldwater as postmaster, said there were no 1961 ((962 IMJ '64
on communism." should be enforced by the are afraid to exercise their and restaurants. Appearing on a national NBC the winner. complaints of missed mall.
"The American people will states basic right to register and Monson's, the chief target of television program the Pennsyl. The Associated Press poll, "The carrier must have dellv. TIlE UNEMPLOYED A
revolt against this kind of Kennedy told a conference of vote" civil rights workers during a vanla governor said "They are showed that Goldwater gaineda ered all the mall he thought fairly constant ratio be.
smear campaign" said Saran' U.S. attorneys that general com. violent month of demonstrationsand trying to create a political delegate In the past day or so Important and just put the rest tween the employed and unemployed
ton, "and I think the Coldwater pi lance with the civil rights law the Ponce de Leon and steamroller unparalleled for Its and Scranton picked up three. away" he said Tuesday. in the United
managers are Insulting the com. came about because of President Civil Rights Floridian motels admitted Inte.gratlonlsts. toughness, Its callousness, its With 6SS votes needed for the Shipper '71, who retired In',States over the past four
mon sense of the delegates to Johnson's leadership."He Ten Negroes and total disregard for the opinionof nomination this left the read. 18'3. told postal officials he year la noted on this Newt-
ask them to believe It in San has spoken out," Kenne. two sympathetic whites were rank and file Republicans... Ing Ooldwater '711, Scranton ill couldn't' recall how the leftover chart. According to the National .
;' Francisco." dy declared.> "There Is confl. Workers Hurt registered.Most Contending that "every cur Rockefeller 102, Lodge 43, Sen. mail got there.Peterson Industrial Conference
Scranton contended "we can. dence ln him and confidence In operators of St. Augus.tine' vey taken" shows he Is pre. Margaret Chase Smith, IS, Richard said that since the Board employment hit a red
not afford a moratorium on his judgement, and the people public accommodationshave ferred by Republicans as the M. Nixon 3, favorite sons rive-year statute of limitationshad ord 706 million in April,
,In
(foreign) policy during the have followed him." Mississippi Indicated that they could nominee over the Arizona sen. 105 and uncommitted 176_ total expired there would be no while about 4 million were
months of this presidentialcampaign At Richmond, Va., two of the accept Negro customers. In sev ator. Scranton continued of. 1308. prosecution. unemployed.
." federal officials who will be In. MCCOMB. Miss (AP)) -Three era! other parts of the state, "Senator Goldwater's manag.

He proposed that a compre. volved in the workings of the explosions 'like gunshots, only trouble sprouted. ers know this, so they have un. Jiinnitn Castro Boosts Ficrures On Political PrisonersMIAMI II
henslve policy be formed for law explained to Gov Albertls much louder" damaged a civil A total of 26 white youths has dertaken a no.holds-barred
Southeast Asia to replace what S. Harrison Jr. of Virginia just rights "freedom house" in this been arrested this week at campaign to see to It that the (AP)-Juanlta Castro figure by telephone from Mexl. Martlno said a nokesmai> for
he described as a country.by. what they expect to do. southwest Mississippi city be. Lakeland Twenty were pickedup delegates at the convention do was quoted today. placing the co City where Juanlta Castro Is Juanlta Castro who defected
1 | country pleremeal policy. Secretary of Commerce Luth. fore dawn today. Monday night when a crowdof not reflect the wishes of the peo. number of political prisoners In calls from her brother' regime after
er Hodges and LeRoy Collins| Two civil rights workers-one 100 attempted to Invade a pie back home." held by her brother Fidel, Cu. "Fidel Castro considers only reportedly helping tree hundreds
Collins. the man named to head, the of them a white summer volun.'leer Negro pool hall. In the same vein, Scott said ba's prime minister, at '74,588. the 13,780 Inmates of Isle of Ot prisoners and keeping others
Terms Community Relations Service', .. .-. were"' slightly injured; ,Trouble'also has been report. the. Goldwater delegates are This is considerably more than 'Pines, prison as political prison out of prisons, gage hkN AtUSl19''
under Hodges, said the service Eight others were asleep In the ed at Mlms,' Pahokee Tallahaa. //"under the Iron whip of disci the "fewer than 15,000' figure era,' 'Martlno said. "Others he Iced( count by tel pMne.
Rights Post His tlon would merely act as a concilia, house. see and Dunnellon. pllne" not to demonstrate In attributed to Fidel Castro In a lists as traitors, U. S. Cen. Of the t Mai, 5,,!/92 were' listedas
force In any civil rights At Mlms, three Negroes were any way that they and others Havana Interview published this Intelligence agents, military women
disputes.In The McComb Police Depart. hit by shotgun pellets fired from already III San Francisco are, week. captives and prisoners awaiting _
Great Challenge Washington, Collins told I ment sent units to the scene two automobiles as they approached as he put It, "the' most unhappy John Martlno an American trial" ,Reeds The NEWS
senators he looks on his nomina. and a fire truck stood by until the Truck stop restau. croup of delegates ever released two years ago after
WASHINGTON (AP) For. tlon as director of the service It was determined there was no rant to ask for service. The gathered for a convention" serving three years In Castro's
mer Florida Cov. LeRoy Collins\ as the greatest challenge of his blaze restaurant has separate white prisons, said he got the higher [ Read the Want t Ads
says his nomination as director lifetime. "We are making a full Investl. and colored facilities. 'TIMES WILL CHANGE' .J I
of the new community relations "We approach this with char. gallon" said an FBI -- Goldwater himself -.- ...| . --j--jftfc-f-* ___, T.- J L
spokes. said In his
service is "the great challenge. Ity and understanding and not TAMPA, Fla. (AP) The _
man In the agency'i New Or. Interview with a reporter for ..
of with malice toward .,
my lifetime. anyone he ""' """" "' '' '
teen
told the Senate Commerce leans office, which covers south ege boy was charged witha Der Spiegel there would be an.oth.r : 't" '
President Johnson named Col. Com.
ern Mississippi. The spokesman felony. ball
game come October.
line to head the service which mlttee at a hearing on Ms nom. said Judge Carl C. In ,
agents had not determinedwhat Durance called San Francisco Richard
(
nation
was created for the $22,500.a.year
by the civil rights job. type of explosives were the mother before him and Inquired Klelndlenst cod!rect or of the i .
law
to help local communities A whether she had gotten senator's field operations, put It
resolve dlfferencesover disrrlm. Negro teenager said at used.Ed
her son an "No she this way "I think by October
attorney. ,
Inatory practices based on race, Bessemer Ala., that he and Rudd, a spokesman for aid there will be complete
a new
color or national origin. four companions were beaten by the Student Non.Violent Coordl.i I
concept between the "
"We approach this with char white men with baseball bats i natlng Committee said three AnUunt Public Defender parties
Robert Rawlins told Scott conceded that, as the Incumbent
oil JudgeDurrance M
ity and understanding and not -one-quart cans "which we 4'
with malice," Collins said Tues. 'POOR HENRY' IS POORER believe contained an explosive the woman had told president, Johnson w +4
day at a Senate Commerce Com MISSOULA Mom. CAP) Over of some sort" were found out. him she. could afford only 123 holds Republican the advantage But Scott over any >ti

mlttee hearing on his nominationto the year, hundred nf patrons n r side the frame house located In for an attorney. Scranton could said
the $22,500 a year poSItion Poor Henry' thin near Clinton the Negro section of McComb. "Well, I don't think you can advantage and Goldwater overcome could this
The group may vote today on inlaid ilver dollar >m the bar "We think the three cans get an attorney for 125," the not.
the nomination. with the idea they always would judge aaid. He directed the r
were unexploded, Rudd said
Collins\ was highly praised by have "money on the bar" public defender to represent the This shift to an attack on
Florida's two Democratic sena. All hut two of the eMimaied George Green, 20, a Green boy. The boy war returned to what Scott called Goldwater's
tors-George Smath.rs and Spe. I.iOOiilvcrpicieM:! )( arc guns now, wood Negro and SNCC staff jail to .w.lIl.al. "no win" policy marked an apparent
sard L. Holland.But the nhcrifr'n office said worker who was In the house, The mother walked out of the departure from the strategy
Sen. Strom Thurmond, D.. In reporting a theft nt the entahliNhment said he heard "three rapid ex. courthouse ,:limbed into an air of throwing the convention
S. C., spent 43 minutes reading I lb mile CIIIII of Mia- plosions In succession like gun. conditioned 1964 model car and Into turmoil over the civil rights
editorials from Southern news .soula Faeh dollar. wai pried out shots, only much louder" drove away plank In the platform.
papers attacking a speech made Alan reported mixing wan 1 The Scranton forces found
by Collins in Columbia, S. C. change (from the bar and a Collection themselves Increasingly fenced /
In In this
latter
last Dec. 3. of old ilver. dollar he endeavor
Collins said the editorials were longing to the bar owner KiJuniine It became apparent In the
first place, that Rep. William
apparently based on an Incor. Brrtholf F r
sect Associated Press report of Total lose .U estimated at M. McCulloch, R-Ohlo who was
the man to see about any
his speech, later corrected .400.
.- changes made by the Senate In
the House civil rights bill, war -
being given\ major responslblll.\
ty In drafting the GOP plat

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who didn't believe J the dories he had heard to engage In any lengthy, ems Comparisons: bated on manu'icturers' suggested retail pricesfor

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Field Of 60
Ml M4t
Fight t I I
1 In At'Women's I
Play

Ahead For a OpenSAN IISPORTS


.
,
l Md. DIEGO Calif. (AP) -
y a rA i r Led by defending champion
Chip JohnsonNaples Mary Mills and thm-tlme win.
ner Mickey Wright a field of

boxer Chip : almost 60 go into play Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
heavyweight In the 12th annual United State
Johnson jumps Into the "big Women's Open Golf Champion
time" next week when he battles hip. a :'CIUVER"COUNTY. : NEWS Wednesday, Jill, 8. 19'4
In The setting is the par M
experienced Tony Alongi ,
... .. .. .
? San 11 kA 1' J. N' II I''
a 10-round bout at Miami Beach 8,4 0-yard Diego Country :"
Convention Hall Club course which, for tall,
Wednesday night, reports
blonde Miss Wright holds few groyson
July 15.

f(, DeBusman Johnson's, Is manager hoping for, George a fight who mysteries.A now hometown calls. product Dallas home Mickey Aaa, Golf Price Isn't Right, I

4 contingent of Naples area played the course "hundreds of
fans to attend and give Johnsona times" Says Mickey WrightBY
boost. "Chip knows this Is Mill Mills, from Gulf Hills.
his big chance and he wants to Miss., won the title at Clnclnna. HARRY GRAYSON
make the best of It," DeBusman U'* Kenwood Club. & Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

says.Alongl. has ranked among the NEW YORK- (SEA) Mickey Wright thinks a lot

top 10 In the heavyweight divi- ---, --- --- Tony Lema One about values especially on Monday mornings when she
sion. He has won 32, lost two, NAPLES LITTLE LEAGUE all-stars of 1964 are Provenzano Ray Jensen, Bruce Griffin, Joe Grat- reads the weekend golf( results.

and fought to one draw. One preparing for their first tournament (fame, an ton Jay Lawrence, Gary Hartford, Bill\ Tucker. Over Par In Usually, Arnold Palmer, Tony Lema or Jack Nicklaus
of the defeats and the draw were afternoon affair against tough Sarasota Nationalson Back row, Hank Watkins, Paul Lmdabury, David \\iton another $20,000 somewhere while Mickey
fluke affairs that Alongl probably July 23 in Sarasota. Team is managed by John Barley, Mark Allen\ Greg Hall, Bill\ Rayburn, Don Wright or Betsy Rswls have worked in some other place

should have won. lamurri and Ed Davis. Front row, from left Chris Hunter. (NEWS photo) British OpenST. for a winner's prize of $1,300.. < .

In his last hard-punching
,
Johnson stopped go Levi Forte who ANDREWS, Scotland "It's not the difference In earnings that bothers me,"
had a 16-3 record. In the fifth Evens Series At 17 Each Summer (AP)-Playing in gala winds, the world's best lady golfer said. "It's Just that it seems
Champagne Tony Lema toured like a phony value system to me. Purses like the men get
round of scheduled
a eight-round
BasketballTom the historic Old Course at St. are completely out of line.
ere The Naples fighter's record Andrews in a one.over.par 73 "It's self-evident that something is wrong when a golfer
is 7-4. and Includes five knockout Bernard's team knocked Wednesday for a good start in makes $20,000 for a weekend of work while a professor or
victories. Never stopped Johnny Callison Hero Of Marty Bowen's club out of the first round of the British a scientist can't make that in a couple of years. Thank
himself Johnson has lost all four a first-place tie in the summer Open Golf Tournament.Jack heavens we don't have that on the women's tour. I certainly
on close decisions.All recreation basketball league by Nlcklaus, the Ohio Gold. Would mind it because value systems are pretty importantto
of Johnson's previous 10- en Bear who Just missed this me."
round fights have been with two- dealing Bowen's group a 52-50 title last year had only begun At 20, Mickey is the spokesman for the lady golfers who
minute rounds. The main-event All-Star Game As NL Wins setback last night. his round when Lema finished have been struggling for years to build their tour into a
bout with Alongl will be the first Steve Clark s league leaders with a 45-foot birdie putt on the successful week.toweek operation.
hustled past Van Weeks' team, 18th hole All we want" Mickey'.said, "is to expand our tour and
list invincible In
10-rounder with three-minute pitcher was
took Alston a* the 25th!! man becauseof
NEW YORK (AP) It 86-64, as Clark tossed In 48 The wind howled and blew make
it We show
periods but DeBusman does not National 31 to the National League's need the seventh and eighth Innings better. put on a good and we're Improving
the League
think this will make too much draw even with the AmericanIn years for left-handed pinch hitting when he struck out four of the points the highest individual scores high Into the 70's and be. every year. Per person we average about the same as the
difference An tar warfare Tuesday and strength had entered the game six batters he faced. scoring effort of the summer. yond. men mainly because we have fewer people splitting purses."I .
In the- end It was an ex.Amerl. in the fifth Inning hitting for The giant righthander who Four more recreation basket- Only two players among the think it will take us about four or five years to reach
Leaguer who did It. pitcher Jim Bunnlng. has been dubbed "The Monster"by ball doubleheaders remain on the early finishers managed to Out goal because more and more women are playing and
can Wondrous Willie Mays, as "He beat us enough" said! Al. opposing hitters was nursing schedule. They are played each break par Irish veteran Christy they're getting better quickly When we get there we will
O'Connor and Garallde of
Baseball usual starred In the field and ston, managing his fourth win. a 4.3 lead when Willie Mays Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30at France. Both had Jean 71s. have a healthy tour and one. *we .can be proud of."
on the bases. Billy Williams and ring Al1- tar squad in six at. opened the ninth by drawing a the Naples High School gym-
Ken Boyer smashed home runs. tempts. "I figured he owed us nasium. Last night's attendancefor Phil Rodgers of La Jolla Of course it's easier for Mickey to talk about values with
walk.Willie Calif. the ex.Marlne who
who had contributedtwo stocky regard to purses because she is third on the all-time
something. money
Jim Bunnlng and Juan Marlchal all sports was 50, Coach lost the title to Bob Charles In
Roundup pitched superbly. But the hero In a recent series at Los An. sparkling plays In the field winning list among the women.A .
of the National's 7... triumph geles Callison hit two home although going hltless, promptly Jerry Howell repons.Bernard's battled Bowen's a playoff last year managed a year ago, the long-ball hitter from San Diego set a
74 after
start
was Johnny Callison who was run In two game against Al. stole second. Orlando Cepeda team a poor women's record for yearly earnings with $31,000 and this
Lema winner of three
recent
By THEAIIOCUTID not even voted on the All- tar Eton's Dodger singled to short right. Mays, on even terms all the titles on, the U. S. tour who is year she has won 6 of 11 tournaments for $13,130.
raus. team Next to Radatc, the most chagrined -holding up because he feared way. Bernard led the winners "I'm really looking forward to the San Diego's Women's
playing In Britain for the first
By HAL BOCK Callison, a personal pick by man on the American the ball might be caught could with 24 points and Mark Fin- time, said of the courses she said. "That is my old home course and I've been
Associated Press. Sports Writer Manager Walter Alston came League squad was Manager Al go only aa far as third. ger had 10, Dennis Fields eight "It's a son of a gun It's a playing well lately. My stroke average is something like
With the mld.summer break up In the bottom of the nlntt Lopez who has yet to be on I I I Joe Fepltone after retrievingthe Frank Townsend six, and Ricky fight to get on 72.20.
over, major league baseball re. Inning with two out, two on and winning All- tar squad. He lost ball, fired It totheplate.The Wlnn four. Bowen had 30 for the hole" your par any San Diego would like to see Mickey win, too, because she
sumes the serious business of the score tied at 4.... He four times as a manager twice ball skidded past the catcher to losers and Al Hackney scored Doug Ford of Yonkers N.Y. is very popular there, having started her career as an amateur
pennant races today with two walloped Dick Radati' first as a player and three times as the screen and Willie slid across 14. Bill McClintock four, and shot a 75, while two other mem., at 14 and gradually improving until she was good
Important questions to be an. pitch into the second deck over a coach. the plate with the tying run. Ce- Charles Flood two. bers of the eight-man American enough to tour.
swered. Shea Stadium's right field bull. "And to think that before the peda took second on the throw. Clark scored from long and contingent soared Fifty-year Her pro debut, however, was far from sensational and
Can the Philadelphia Phillies pen to square the All-Star series game: I shook hands with John. Radatx bore down and dls. in his 48 old Johnny Bulla had 78 and provoked some harsh words from the veterans.
in the National and wished him luck said posed of the dangerous Ken short range piling up "She is distinguished of the
go all the way at 17 victories apiece. ny added 18 Bill Johnston had 77. Both are as one poorest putters on the
League and Is this one of those After the 1949\ game the AL Lopez.It Boyer on a popup. He walked points. Archie Turner from Phoenix. tour," Betty Hicks said during those early days. "Her chips
rare years that the New. York led 124. The NL has won 13, was Lopez who traded Cal. John Edwards intentionally before ., Mike Sharp and Benny Roome pitches and sand wedge work are in similar need of improve
Yankees lose the pennant in the lost B and tied one of the last 19. lison, then a 20-year-old Chicago fanning pinch hitter Henry eight each, and Dudley Goodlette ment. Doubtless Mickey can rectify these errors in the
American? The 25.year.old Philadelphia White Sox hopeful to the Phil. Aaron. Then came the fateful four.Weeks finesse department by good instruction and a staggering
Phlllle pennant stock got a Phillies' outfielder, selected by lies in the winter of 1959 foi r r pitch to Callison. led the losers with 26 Legion amount of practice."
big- boost In Tuesday's All Star third baseman Gene Freese. Until the final pitch Radatz, points. Bill Splngler had 20. Jeff Miss Hicks was correct In her assumption because Mickey
game with the three.run homer Callison said he did not get Baltimore's Brooks Robinsonand Johnson 12, and DePotter six. Averages worked until she became the best. if
by Johnny Callison which brokeup any special pleasure out of beat. Kansas City's Rocky Cola -
the game and two shutout Willie Mays, log his old boss. Tito had been the heroes. Robin 'h t ee'R W'Azg:' again (In the National Football
4b ers"r'ol Nave
Inning by Jim (PerlectGame) "1' never' faulted Loped! for son, who also contributed a fine .. League) because we made no
Bunnlng for the NL stars. Hero To All trading me," he said. "1 fielding play at third base, had Has No IntentionOf Barley 14 I 7 ,500V RoleSAN big trades. But we feel we have
Gene Mauch's Phillies get felt then the deal was good for put the American Leaguer Weeks 27 3 9 .333 Underdog filled our spot by getting those
back into action tonight atjiomeagainst me because I would have more back In the ball game In the Quitting, Says Pedro 28 5 9 .321 FRANCISCO (Ap>- The men back," said Christiansen,
the St. Louis Cardinal Except WillieNEW of an opportunity to play with sixth Inning. With Philadelphia'sChris Hutchinson Walker 32 5 8 .250 return to health of John Brodle adding the names: of safety Jer.
Second place San Francisco Is Philadelphia." Short on the mound Rob. Fred Hamilton 21 5 6 .222 and Bill Kilmer could help the ry Mertens tackle Charlie Krue.
at Chicago for a day double YORK (AP') He Radati Boston' brilliant reNEW Inson tripled to right center, NEW YORK (AP) Fred C. Breeden 19 0 3 .158 Celtics who believe that lack of ger and lineman Walter Rock,
header and Cincinnati plays at didn't get a hit. He missed diving .. driving in two runs to tie the''Hutchinson spent a busy after. F. Breeden 22 4 3 J36 trades mean lack of improve all also hurt much of 1963.
Pittsburgh at night. There are bids for two drives In center YORK (AP)-Facts and score at 3.3.Colavito noon I at Tuesday's All-Star base. Kline U 3 1 .043 mast, says Coach Jack Chris "Underdog is the role we'U
no game scheduled in the field. Yet there he was the figures of the All-Star baseball a last hour replace ball game and the Cincinnati Sar 11 1 2 J82M. Hansen have this year and I'm looking
American League. renter of attention Bhoulder. game at Shea Stadium Tues. ment for the Injured At Kallne, manager Intends to stay busy Weeks 15 I 2 .133 Christiansen told newsmen forward to it," said Christian
Mauch hope his club can deep In question-popping new. days! doubled as a pinch hitter In the despite rumors to the contrary. 0 .000 Tuesday that quarterback Bro. sin, who la beginning his first
maintain the momentum it men In the victorious National Score National League 7, seventh moving Elston Howard "I'll quit only If they fire me Turner 13 2 die's broken right arm and half. full season as head coach.
picked up with a three-game League dressing room after American League 4. to third. Howard scored the or If the Man upstairs Koch 4 1 1 .250 back Kilmer's shattered right Brodle broke his arm in an
weep of the Giant last week. Tuesday1 AU- tar game. Slt9-Shea Stadium. lead run on Jim Fregosl's sacri.tells me," said the Reds' skip. Woodruff 5 I 1 .200 let are clinically sound and auto accident then relnjured It
end that vaulted the Phillies He was Wondrous Willie Mays Standing of aeries-American flee fly. per in answer to Cincinnati. Haynes 7 2 1 J43 ready for the opening 49er work. early In Christiansen's first
Into first place.Manipulating -hero to everybody except Wil. won IT, National won 17, one The victory went to San Fran.based reports that he would an. Moss 4 0 0 .000 out July 18."There's. game as head coach. Kilmer's
a team which lie Mays. tied. dsco's Juan Martchal fifth NL nounce his resignation following Stoner 4 0 0 .000 lots of talk back leg was broken In a December
failed to place a player above "I'm no hero" said the phenomenal Attendance50850. pitcher, who hurled a scoreless the classic "My health Is all Totals 263 34 54 .205 East that the 49er will be last 1962 auto crash.
third In balloting for the NL center fielder of the Net recelpts4255,506.Radio ninth. right."
All-Star squad, Mauch has got. San Francisco Giants, embarrassed television receipts Hutchinson, who Is battling
ten tight pitching, a strong de. and uncomfortable under 250000. cancer, was a coach for the
tense and clutch hitting from the glare of the spotlight that Division of gate receipt and Callison, Great winning National League stars. City Softball League
the Phillies. has become his destiny. radio-television receipts-85 per He performed an active role
Much the same qualities have "Go talk to those other I\IYI. cent to player pension fund, S Player Declares before and during the game
kept the Baltimore Oriole and Callison and Marlchal. They per cent to major league' cen. He hit fungoes to the NL out. Stahlman In Thriller
Chicago White Sox In front of won the tame. Why do you want tral fund fielders In pre.game drills and Tropics Tips ;
the Yankees in the AL. to talk to a man who didn't Manager AlstonNEW directed traffic from the third
The Orioles leading by three a hit?" .base coaching line throughoutthe
games over Chicago and New Outfielder John Callison of Baseball YORK (AP) "He's contest.
Rallies To Publixby
York In the AL, have rottenpow.r Phlllle lashed a three-run beat us enough. I figured he Hutchinson learned he had a Stone Team Beat
hitting from Boog Powell rei last winter.
malignancy
er In the ninth that gave owed me something lung
and outstanding pitching from pitching victory to Willie's Standings Walt Alston was laughing His Tropics Drive Inn upended bs on a wlld-pltch third strike Stahlman and two each by
rookie Wally Bunker. Francisco teammate, Juan National Leaguers had just
Stahlman Property Maintenance Schmucker walked, and with two four players
Bunker has pitched two one. Ichai in the Nationals' 1-4 whipped the American League LATE SPORTSBOSTON 11.10 In a nine-Inning out, Danny Scott singled in a
hitter and Powell has 21 home over the American BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 7.4 In Tuesday's All-Star game, STONE BOUNCES
umph (AP') The leading thriller last night In men's soft run. Rice singled In another
runs, including a string of sevenIn League. American League tying the lengthy series at 17 scorer of the Boston Celtics, ball league action at Gambler and two walk forced in the Publix took a 6-2 lead over
a stretch of five days last But it was Willie alert, pl. Baltimore 43 28 .632 victories apiece with one tie. John Havllcek Is listed in good Park. third run of the inning. ,An In. Stone with six run in the third
month. rate-bold rabbit.quick who Chicago 44 30 .591 3 The player he was talking condition alter undergoing sur. Rollle Rice hit a home run field error brought In two run. Inning on four hits and five er-
The White Sox have an out. electrified the 50,830! spectator New York 45 31 .592 3 about was Philadelphia's Johnny gery for a torn cartilage in his Into the trees down the right airs and a dropped fly ball In ton but Stone retaliated In the
standing record of 44 wins and at Shea Stadium. First man up Minnesota 43 37 .538 7 Callison, one of Alston's supple right knee Tuesday. field line as first batter in the the outfield allowed two more fourth with five runs on three
20 losses against eight other AL In the ninth he worked tough Detroit 38 39 .494 104 selections.Callison Tropics half of the ninth. That score. hill and three error to seize
club but are 0.10 against New Dick Radatz of the Red Sox fora Boston 38 41 .481 llVi roentary BOSTON ((AP) Cleveland hit snapped a 10.10 tie. The the lead for good 7.s. Winning
York. Yet AI Lopez' club has walk, stole second and then Los Angeles37 44 .457 13i> who hit two homers third baseman Max Alvls has loss put second-place Stahlmantwo ONLY FOUR HITS pitcher Art Schulthel had Pub.
managed to bounce back every scampered home with the tying Cleveland 34 42 .447 14 In two games against Alston's returned to the Indians from games behind Stone Builders, Tropics had only four hits In llx under control except for the
time It dropped a series to the run when Orlando Cepeda Kansas City31 47 .397 18 Los Angeles Dodgers recently, Sancta Maria Hospital, after which rallied for a 1W triumphover the game, a single by Scott ands third inning, when four runners
Yankees and Is three percent. dropped a fly Into short right Washington 32 51 .386 19'/4 capped the National League's treatment for spinal meningitis. Publix Market In last night's single, triple, and homer by scored on errors and two cameIn
age point In front of the peren. Result decisive four.run rally In the on Rex Polly's single
Tuesday' first Rice. The triple featured a
Ul. game.
nlal champion. field.May stood in front of his National League AIl-Stan 7, last of the ninth with a three. LOS ANGELES 60,(AP winner) of a A doubleheader Thursday night thre*.run Tropics: first Inning. Harry Bickford homered in the
locker a gold St. Christopher American League AU- tara 4 run homer. Han 1932 Copeland,gold medal In the will end the regular schedule, Losing pitcher Ruse stahlman first for Stone, and Bill Long
Olympic
Houston ColtsPurchase medal gleaming against his Today' Cane "Callison'* a great all-around discus throw, died Tuesday. though two other rained-out twin held Tropics hitless from the shore singled In HenryCaballero.who ,
chest. No game scheduled.Thursday's player that' one of the reasonsI bills may be played next week second through the sixth had doubled In the second
Hardy He answered every question, Came picked him," said Alston. if playing them will have a bear. Stanlman tied it with a run Three of the five runs In the
sometimes many time over, Chicago at Los Angeles, N "Then too, I wanted some more tog on the standing The first In the second and two In the fourth scored when David Week'
HOUSTON CAP) Carroll with amazing patience. He Minnesota at Kansas City N left-handed hitting Besides the contest Thursday matches Stahl. third Bill Hirtter tripled home grounder wa booted.
Hardy 31, right-hand hitting signed every autograph. He kid. Boston at Detroit, N way he's hit against us, he 0. man and Publix at 7sJO and at the first run, Stahlman singledin Another run came in an Inn.
outfielder has been purchasedby ded his old newspaper friend Baltimore at Cleveland 2 twl. owed me one." 9:15 Tropics plays Stone. one and an error allowed ing later on an .rror. and five
the Houston Colts from their like a prankish sophomore. night state r Tropics trailed by a 10.3 score the tying run to score. Stone score In the seventh faU
Oklahoma City farm club Gen. Typical war one replyt New York at Washington N Callison paid the debt with one after dx Inning last night but 11the fourth Stahlman pick. tened the lead. Bickford doubledin
eral Manager Paul Richards MI play every game: like It'* wing his first against Bos. League dHy tallied seven runs after two were *4 up six runs on six hits, and two of those runs and Buck
announced today the World Series" National League ton's Dick (The Monster Rad. > out in the seventh to knot the Bob Hartnett singled In motherrunner Flower tripled In one and acor.
-- Philadelphia 47 28 .627 atz In the ninth. TMg .cor*. Winning pitcher Fred In the fifth to make It ed another. Flowers and Cabal.
San Fran. 47 31 .603 1V4 '1 was glad nobody said any. ASSOCIATED PRa6! Schmucker backed by good field. 10.3. Buddy Forcythe and Jim lero each had three hits for
NAPLES Cincinnati 4j 35 .543::; 0 thing when I went up there," I log support held Stahlman without Wolf each singled acres fourth. Ston. Losing pitcher Ken Mull.
FLY ,. Pittsburgh 40 35 ,533 7 said Callison. "It might have By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSW a run from the sixth throughthe Inning run. Two scored on an tag permitted a total of U hits
MIAMI Los Angele38 39 .494 10 scared me. Radats U sneaky L. Pet. G.B. ninth innings error and Claude Cothron sing
St. Louie 39 40 .494 10 fast, so I was Just looking for Lakeland 7 0 1.000 8 Red Stler started Tropics' led in two more. CALL THE NEWS FOR
Milwaukee 38 40 .437 lOVi the first pitch to come over" Ft. Lauderdale 2 .778 2 seven-run rally by reaching The losers had 1} tits, three RUBBER STAMPS
Chicago 36 38 .433 10V4 St. Petersburg 6 5 .543 3
New Year Round Daily Schedule Houston 37 43 .483 12'i Before Callison came up be. Tampa S 5 ,500 3>4
New York 23 58 .284 27 fore the crowd of 50,850, Radats Miami 4 7 .364 S Air Portable
Naples To Miami Tuesday' Result had struck out five In S 2.3 In. Sarasota 3 6 .343 3 $ 99 95
345PM. National League All-Star 7, pings for a total of 10 In 4 2.3 Daytona Beach3 6 .333 S
7.45A.M. 11.30AM. American League All.star 4 Innings In two consecutive All. Orlando 2 6 .250 5thTuesday's Conditioners .rt!.
Miami To Naples Today' Games Star games ResultsFt.
San Francisco at Chicago "I threw him a low fast ball Lauderdale 11.2, Tampa 7.1
9:00 A.M. 2;15 P.M. 500: P.M. St. Louis at Philadelphia N in the seventh inning," ex. St. Petersburg 3, Orlando 2 (10 5 Year I We service what we sell 5 rear
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh N plained Radats. "He hit the on. Innings)
Connection and Reservation to any point In the world Only games scheduled ly ball to the outfield off me, Sarasota 1, Daytona Beach 0(18 Guarantee Guarlnttt

AIRLINES Thursday's GamesSt. and I thought I'd try him up Innings)
NAPLES Louts at New York, N high." Wednesday's Games General Electronics Inc
Con "urle S Miami Airport Cincinnati at Philadelphia N Calllson's homer also beat his Daytona Beach at Sarasota
N.pl"; Airport NE 4-5811 Milwaukee at Pittsburgh N former boss Al Lopes of the Orlando at St. Petersburg .
M-3451 4 Cornea San Francisco at Chicago Chicago White Sox who handledthe Lakeland at Miami .34 I" Avese. 80. fwd' 1. Sefvke, all I.,,"
cite TI.ht office Naples Travel Agency Los Angeles at Houston N American Leacue team. Tampa at Ft. Lauderdale

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ORNER A ( Johnson Johnson & Johnson I I


MARION SORENSEN 1e.DNeee u. / liln r r M N Y

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la the dark) Brooklyn. Mike Easterly 180 and Frank 15 will be runoff July 26th at t

Jersey-Crossover! Art these Da, 10 sh< WM 2:00 p.m.

terms unfamiliar to many tot yof Ra$ 1t 'ul fn 4ertedthth4eT.@elQ BELLES AND BEAUS.. Gene tv

new bowlers? One In the dark J 1i'Y'IJInt101nt.: Tillman led the field with a 668

If the rear pin In the l.:.,.jLi Ml9 1111 F-ir.. ""f r"""g hat set, bowling games of 211.233

or 3-9 combination Brooklyn. 24, Holsum Bakery 20,Bert Stan and 224. Ruth Nichols was top

Jersey and Cross Oven are dard Oil 16, Ad MUlelOtssocla.tes Belle with a 484.180. Mary Jo

ball striking to the left of the 14, Rock Creek Specials 11, Glbbs came up with a 473488

head pin. You will hear manyof Roses Texaco 10>A, Marvin Sue Tillman 464174. Ken Me. 2.2/07

these expressions used by Lawn Service ("/. and Abbotts Conkey blasted a 223 singleton liIdwir

"old" bowler, A Bucket is Inc '. Richard Boher 207, Frank Nlch.

the 245.8 for the right bander JUNIOR MKED-Danny Mul. ols 202, N. Buckner 194, Al
or the 3.5.6.9 for the left hand
er. A CC Is atwohundred tins took the lead with a 549. Hajek 192. Joan Lawhon posted 1-Announcements I 13-Help Want Female 48-Apti. For Rent
game. 205 and for the Gals it was Son. a fine 189, Dorothy Zoller 168,
Anchor Is the last bowler ,
In
the t bedroom .urnlM.o .Iu.nc
lineup of a team. Body EnglishIs Ja Starling 436477. Larry Lee Ina Bunting 161.162 Katy Ha. PIAZA BEAUTY SALON W.t.u wanted for .n.ck bar apt No pall or ch,Idren MI

the art of trying to put a hookon came up with a terrific 214 sin. Jek 159 and Ginnie Baldwin 151. 121 ( T."',..... Tr.,1' and 0217 Iange' Must h U'I MIS t HI7 Of MI 2 MM 4/tlf
gle for a 474 set Carla Arm. 168. Midway | M') Sabal Shore Apti,
the ball as It rolls down
the brust had a 180 loner and Pam SCRATCH LEAGUE.. Highest Colored girl to baby Hi, end YEAR ROUND LIVING
lane by contorting the body. da alumna I day* 0 weekPhone Modern one bedroom and of.
These and other bowling terms Bell 168. scoring was made by Jack Hat. Ml 1M3I before 5 or ficioncy At" '.....,.h.d. TV
SMALL FRY-BIG FRY.. The cher as he rolled two 217 games rk Buslnesi Oppi. ."., I f2ltfWaltra cable! In Monthly ., year
will be discussed
as time and
Jackflsh had a team total of 1177 and a 203 for a 637 series John .un' MI 7445), 1I.lIy Rr one
permit. II\ ... .. Aye IIJ.IILov.ly
space ** wanted to work *
The brand new bowler some with Paul Abrahamson having Stull fired a 585.222 Gene Cham. BUSINESS OPPOHTUNITIIICaroutal a .... to I pn.. I day a week air tond"on.d SIh.aCv .
looks befuddled a 539 set and Mike Stacey con. berlln 569.201 Huble Hart 566. ly 'ook.d, Bowl N Naplei lu table t adult
times Drive In I 'if
as they trlbutlng games of 151144. Danny 199 and Al Hajek 562.222. D.J. bedroom horn. __ 11} MOMerlne |(0 Mo, veatl. Ml 77171 I to I
of
hear some the
expressionswhich Mulllns shot a 516.188,Jim Sheets Salmon and Gene Tillman had -North Tre I =121.100IntT or Ml I 2m ./ll.tfTradewlnd
hou
are used and there Retired gentleman want *
are apeat lot-
509207. Chris Croak Identical sets of 561 with Gene Tvt Mud hove a Apartment
of these bowlers. came up Av. H. _. _III.000 keeper m
many and D.J. a 199. CO", MI 1.173114Help Apt badrm Porn,
much with a 395 series and Larry Lee using 197 high "eta I". Napl.a South medal Lovely I
Too stress cannot be near Nth 4 hoppina' Yearly
two games ot 152. With 32 pointsas Sid Broughton and Richard Gold. "om. today" or monthly t Wl sLf
made as to courtesy extended to
a goal the Pollywogs have 21, en also duplicated each other with Attocleto Wanted Mat -170- liD '1100Pure.
these new bowlers. Rememberwhen Shellbacks 20 Jack Fish and 557 total-Sid having games of 217 Lucillt, 01. Virfil' Morcum I bdnn .11'., EIIc.n, ,
???? Tuck d....r wanted for rout c,... Tv. Ar Condo 161 115Avo
Try to give a little when Pompano 16 each, Snapper 14'/i and 203 with Rich using a 217. DEWEY'TOLLYREALTY work ... delivery and wal.r.onddonn5 I. MI 1117 111,11
you Redflsh.Frogs 14 each Drums Tex Kaverman recorded a 212 I word Contact My
,
are bowling with them*, it will .kh L P 0... MI 24JS I BEDROOM UNFURNISHEDAPT
make for better relationship 13 V4, Snooks and Catfish were loner Marv Lightner 202, Ro. PRESIDENT LYNDON 13., JOHNSON tc :ently made QRtEN ACRES, Mlt
postponed. bert Smith 207, Fred Htllman, Mel Short Ord.r Cook 0...". MM 1/11,11
among all. SAINTS AND 209 Ed Belavek 200 and Benny two appointment in two days promoting "ten named Corms of III Ave Uo iTememl w.."., Apply 41ett' Drug
There will be plenty of low SINNERSTop Johnuon .Trul Store' N.pl.t Shoppng Cente 49-Houie For Rent
scores In the beginning but It man was Ed Harroun with a 545. Vaughn 204.PARENT. MI tn.. MI 11130. 7/7,11

200 and tops for the Weaker Sex CHILD.. the yellow 1 broom house fu'nl.II..
that makes -
is
practice perfect- Eva Hogue 464176. Leon Snyder sheets were not avatlable"lIraln" 15-Sales Help Wanted C.II Ml 13511 -77.1berm
after allIsn't that how you !got : T lurniihed or unfurhed ; .
where you are? registered a 540.201 Juanita rjW ..,. houu with, carport onrv.l..Nal.
Johnson 453. Norman Robertsoncame HIGHLANDS MIX ED.. For the Ai'llortas .., Call Andaraon.
N..d Sileimen for new product
BROOKSIDE BOWL up with a lone 198, Tom lads it was Jack Hatcher 626. not .Introduced to Florid. E.. Ml r Mil 5/55'
Eggleston 190 222.211 and for the lassies. Lll .perionctd t.l.' .mn ... ..Iy 1 broom house 'u.h.d. TV
Winners of the twelve game Mary Harroun poly' Ion Nil Port Laud.? Cable ...,I.bl., Adults only.
166 LU Peters 179 Miller 506183. Gent Tillman '/11.11I
Marathon July Fourth were Gen.ChamberUn. Hazel Abra. 0.1S 7/3,81 MI 1.670'

Tex Kaverman and hamson 162, Bette Miller 18'7. came up with a 609 using gamesof Salesman wanted
Pat Eggleston 153 and Sue Ward 227.206. Ev Baldwin 595.203. Eiperlencad Bedroom houio furnlthod1IIS .
Ev Baldwin.The Ago II 40, contact Han Shuertrel" I ,
MI 3010
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151. From 32 points the Satans 211. Gene Tessler had a lone .4 rn'Blr at I Bgr'm r/Kf: '" .....monthly,.tl

have won 21, Blue Angles 20, 197, Richard Busceml 190Ann By .JOHN E. UTE

team of Moon Mulllns and Christopher. 19, Halos 18, Hell. Davis 169 and Ginnie Baldwin At long last, "Operation Lit. 50-Rooms For Rent

Al Ht>)ek tied for first place with cats 16, Mephlsotpheles. Luci. 156. tie Switch" has been completed 16-Help Available

Carroll Arnold and Anvil HollandIn fers.Angels 15 each, Devils 11 A for another season with the delivery lor Large lady room Clone with, to private beach bath and

the 2 game Mixed Doubles and Keystones laPINE FORTUNATE MEMORY of the last twln..ngine N 5eu.bIe aoIl'It"b.by. ,11.', 110 ill 71111 St hopping' center. Call before
PADUCAH, Ky. (AP) noon or evening., MI I 4111
sweeper. Arvll shot a 259 game. ship to Provlncetown from Naples. 1/3.If
Third place was won by Moon LANES Kuttava businessman Howell After almost six weeks de. tinier dnlrM tumm.r employ. .
loom Typinn' 4 ihorlhtnd word
Mulllns Gene Chamberlin: Pine Lanes will be closed July Wiseman recalled tragedy of $ s* lay the aircraft was received In .pence. Slaphonl.14.11 WY 53-llitings Wanted

Fourth Juanita and Leon Snyder 2021.22 for It's rejuvenating many yean ago when he saw a : Opa.Locka during the last weekin I.1141 )/3/t

Fifth Hubie Hart and Bann cess.'The Grand reopening will youngster bend over a railroad June. "gripes" had to be STOP

Vaughn.In be the week.end of August land 2. trick near Paducah. worked out on the ship before 23-Miu. For Sale I have auitable tenent for your
.
Wi.emlUlold officers ho everything satisfactory. Ex. home end other .."..bl. rental
with
There will be prizes etc.
,
Round 4 ilontiAM '*. Lut them with utt
the '
more to be announced later when thought boy might have tensive overhaul and conversions : s.5S coon .nc .o b* 124 Ith Ave S. MI 1441

the roll-off of the Jaycees specific plans are made. placed something on the raila. accounted for these "bugs", but bouihl s.y.rals or p.no d.sgn11 VIVIAN 000, REALTOR
:
Bowlerama Howie Follls Is lead. lie| drove back and removed 23 after two days of flight testing .tmol.and ,nst.ll11, ITONCCRAFTINDUSTRIE Ron., Inarid ASSOCIATES

Ing the men with a 678 series The Color TV roll-offs will rocks and four pieces of metal and remedies the aircraft was accepted !. oil,.. MI I VII Dan Burglund Zalpha Hayra

Jean Hyder fired a 258 scratch begin this weekend with the first before a tram came along as being completed.The or R.., MI HIM 1115.10'

game and Is leading the women. round of 60 bowlers vying with Me said he recalled that a boy following Sunday the ship M-Trade or Sell

Howie shot a 249 game There each other. (July 1011.12. The in Lyon County Ky.once placed left Naples at 9:30 a.m. with 26-Pertonol Will, trade equity In Lake Park

will be one more squad next Sat. second round with only 30 con. s spike on a track to see what John Zate as pilot and Mr. and ALCOHOLICS AN9NVWOU haute for lend .in City, or County .

urday night at 7:30p.m. testants left, will be July 17.18 would happen when a tram ran 1 Mrs Ernie Blodgett and son on Mtn or woni.n wi'h, drmklnaprobi.mt / . C.II MI I42>l 171'tf
Aid lor by tall ,
help ] room now c..lo" b..tlhow.
board
BUCKS 'N SQUAWS-Rae Hen. and 19. The final squad of the top over it. It wrecked the train.Lacyt.LecirJpr.ship as passengers.Clearwea.ther mi MI I 4)il Vi%>tort cordially Nur town b..11 i and
drlx was the star for the nlte and some headwinds were wtlcomtd M.."...,. in firttplot C.thohe Church W5.t live i you'
with a 599210212. Joe Sal. encountered on the flight north. .. Church Annn. on ltd In town or out, Writ. CIIII1r,
*t l rth Av. ...'V Tun end. County N.... sots 1"7 Alt
mon came up with a 572210. which Included stops at Wllmlng. Pr,/nyhl at I 10 PM 'UOt

Loretta Easterly was top squaw ton, N.C.. for fuel and early

with a 498182. Lucille Lord g Seen ------- lunch and Spring Valley N.Y., 33-Servlcei Offered 57-Mouses For Sale

lIas.a< < 473.17D,' Angle Salmon U.) ALEXIS -JOHNSON, deputy ..u"d.n.l rctal'1'' pf state where!; the Blodgetts deplaned. T'I. and T.,..,. floor .con. MUOHINUa DtLIOHf
472-178 Eva Hogue and Hazel From there the Apache went S/DNCRAPT 'INDuatells Three
for political affairs on June 23 was named deputy ditonnr by bedroom I bath can
Abraham 470 each. Paul directly to Provlncetown whereit I Machmos..ubwe., '..1 heal and eir" conditioning, "
ambassador to South Viet Nam tripping mill and polnh ,... C.rpNwg. throughout .cops 5
Abrahamson shot a lone 205, As Big Obstacle In VietHONOLULU was Immediately put to work Id.ntnand! commrci.l Ollico, .' m 'let. 5dch.n
Katie Stull 166, Helen Henson flying the Governor of Massach. MI Itltt, Mt. MI 1415. eluding disposal; and dithwaih, :
IIIt.lot Nice .......... Paved
169, Marlon Sorensen 167, Juan. usetts and and party on a char. er porch .
driveway lodded lawn land
Ita Snyder 161 and Rose Mor. (AP-Don Felt military commander for six of ter flight. This ship will be re. 38-Autot For SaleS capad Phone MI HIM otter

rison 159. Out of 28 points the sat In the shade of breadfruit those years. turning early In September for I PM t/,*,IfPMIVAIt

Apache and Four Ugtis have won tree, pensively stirred his glass Felt In his first Interview as . another winter season In Naples.On SAlk

21 each Pawnee 17, Happy War. of Iced tea, and talked about a civilian was asked what a the local scene,trifflcover Suptr.,..In II it I Or I2SO, Automatic, Oldimobilo. r,*. Owner must NO sill BROKERS three bedroom

rtors 16, Mohicans 15, Sioux and Southeast Asia and communism. Communist victory In Viet Nam the Naples.Mlaml route appears tie. hooter Mocnimcolly. soundS oath homo m THE: MOORING

Commanche 14 each, Seminoles Three days before four. star would mean. to have stabilized at Its summer .".practically.. Owner, s.lllnq01 now' GoodS.or coll.i. ( Central urp.lwg' haat and INrausSsal anclud
:nddenm5"
12, Caloosa 11, Inca 10, Sac 'n Adm. Harry D. Felt command. "I can't visualize us losing pace averaging about five or six ...,...... MI I.1411" >/l,,MMM .coP' I hd.oo" Cow

Fox 9, Blackfoot 8. er of all United States military he replied.But passengers daily In both dlr.ctlon..Th.local.lrhse.lnntrht.. pl... 5.t< 'sn ,.. .ng disposal
he said "psychologicallywe'd Chavy 4 Or ltd Trant end ds5wnh. Nce..,..n..
SUMMER COMMERCIAL forces In the Pacific exchangedhis .
h o.v.d dr.oSwau sodd11
Good second car MI I lOll
Harold Daniels was out front uniform for the conservative lose all our Asian friends, for Gulf American Land Is on the 1j\\1\ Pawn Phone Ml 74104I ./tar

with a 604.233.213. Earl Can. sport shirt and slacks he was and you could hardly blame upswing and should reach their P M I/ltll

nady produced a lone 190, Char. wearing at his new home In a them. They have their own In. peak within the next few days. 40-Aulot Repairs; Parts Lake Front home I block from

les Salmon 187, Ted Land 186, fashionable Honolulu suburb. terests to look out for. They'd Those riding Naples-Mlaml CBS bach. end i. b.doom R..all' Drug 1 bill 110'Cy.

Nell VanWyk 184, Tex Miller. Felt's mandatory retirementat have some hard decisions to AaT last week Included: Mrs. S. Un. LOOK HERE) pratt lanced Irving room. her

Buck Buchanan 185 each Fred 62 came after 41 years senr. make." pro Miss 8. Ungaro Mr. and ratio. |24 Hour.100 N Enolic landtcapIne 2/1.ItSpaciou

Bell Jr. Simpson 181 each ice In the Navy. He was Pacific Felt Is heartened. by the Slno. Mrs. R.L. Telford Evelyn First, Wondering where to (o

Soviet split. .It.. always good Rosemary Austin, Mrs. Addison With Pin. Ndga homo en ." acr1
If enemies fall out between Wood, Jim Kollopulos, and Mrs. your rar problemiffactory 1.1 uon.d n..llu..l'' 3 b11room.
I ball' ocr..n pores -
Pimth Paint JobiWroc.i
themselves. Now if only Mao James Walker. pieSy00r0.113.50000, 1/305

(Tse Tung) and the North Viet. 5ebudtToelups

Business Healthier Than leaders got to falling 4 bedroom I bathC
namese !
Front end. al',s mantMotor B S Age 10 mo" Me* *wim.
I out." OverhaulTrantmi.tion ming pool end boat dock Houu.
But he wondered how deep the WEATHER rebuiltLubrication face toward Napla Bay Own
heart Will tacrl
bad
Soviet-Chinese dispute runs. "If s ar lice hut f" 14200000, >/> MNear

Usual After July FourthBy things heat up (in Southeast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS erobloPehah

Asia) with the chips on the line, High Low Pr. 4 Wi. Lake Park tchool. 4 bedroom ..
I bath CBS hout d*
f
would Russia support the Chin. Albany clear 88 53 Dell look anyurtSe *,, nsd1t.300 lor .in.law.
And while the banks were In. lee Ownerna
SAM DAWSONAP ese?" he asked. Albuquerque, clear 97 62 .08 5 I 00 cerrya
Business News Analyst creasing their deposits and their Red China could become the / Atlanta cloudy 87 69 Ingram Chevrolet Inc. big mortgage 2/1*

NEW YORK (AP) Taking loans, they and the finance com world's No. 1 power "if It got Bismarck, clear 84 99 1)1 rth M N MI' '101N..I. BILL III Ith LOACH Av. South Realtor

stock after the Fourth of July panics were setting; a record control of the breadbasket of Boise clear 100 83 ... Flo, Naple PI.Mldwsy .

holiday many sectors of both high In consumer Installment Southeast Asia," Felt said. ThisIs Boston clear 82 63 .01 I III' !

government and business find credit extended. At the same the food-ancUmlneral rich Buffalo cloudy 84 67 44-Mobile Homes
their collections out. 58-lots For Sale
time on
themselves healthier than usual. area of Viet Nam, Laos, Cam. i Chicago fog 81 67 .34
debt also to its New Moon 55',10'CIN.g
rose highs
Uncle Sam has about $2 bil. standing bodla and Thailand.He ''Cincinnati, cloudy 72 63 .01 in acranad porch Sonita PORT ROYAL LotJ2 Oat
lion more cash on hand than Prices of blue chip stocks believes a major obstacleIn Cleveland rain 83 65 .48 iprmn Anior I ....*; lean Drive F>, Sale or TradeWr
he would. climbed to peaks before the Communist LT CiEN HAROLD K. JOHNSON thief of Trailer' park IHVn ,le 0 J Herbert, 1120 Pat.
thought he the fight against deputy : Denver dear 81 97 Read Oat'... Conn. .
that
and then
Steel production slipped much holiday on the topped first day aggression in South Viet Nam state for military operations on Inni 24 was named Des Moines, cloudy 87 73 .55 45-Trailer! For KentTrailara
less than it usually does In an performance Is lack of leadership outside Sal. Detroit, cloudy 84 67 .03 S9AcreageDIITR511
thief
of
after the long weekend. Army suD|
Independence Day shortened Son "A big problem Is to get Fairbanks, cloudy 74 55 II e .aak, with TV,
work week. Perhaps the most surprising people to go into the villages and Fort clear 102 75 'IOOwlwoosCr..APTrnlir5 a sans Owner need.
Worth .
of all this posthollday outpour. ParkJ2IH menI, 10 .... MM total I
Retail sales In many stores administer these areas honest. clear 39 57 Collier, .
Helena price County Reel E*
the tax since it was ruled con.
were better last week than In tog of better than usual news ly," he said. Honolulu cloudy 86 73 .01 tale"aoIl JUt Open Sunday
of the Tax Ordered stltutlon.1.Kynes .
flush condition
/00
the like week a Is the outside ma 48-Aprt. For Rent
holiday year The people living Indianapolis 79 61 .73
said the methods of col. _
U.s. Treasury P.' tral.r o. 0.,1.. ..
ago.Car It has tallied Its books for Jor cities In Southeast Asia are lection were not consistent. He Jacksonville, clear 87 68 ltt.ntrn, .' I acre 1.e' 15acre' l s.1e
sales are holding up sur.prisin.ly Just Just now beginning to realize wholesalers were notcollecting Junreau cloudy 68 50 .07 M.n1S, ( tI.D.OT'm. :: tract with electricity' end
end of the the fiscal year that ended June all about said some 12302 er MI 21111 road Other big acreage Iracta
well as the what the fighting is Kansas City cloudy 90 69 ,73
the lax and others
30 and finds it has a cash Collected On |?0 dn 120 per mo end UII.I .
season approaches. billion. That Felt said. He stressed the 1m. were collecting i it but were not Los Angeles cloudy 81 58 APT, FOR RENT I Collier County Reel Elale. Mlt
balance of SI0.2 N,c* I bedroom Apt Unlurniahad nn Open .
with Sunday
The has been selling of them 81
Treasury portance providing Louisville fog 62 .D9
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doesn't the federal debt sending the revenue to the state. with, .'0'. 4 retry Carport 1/loll aIls
more UA Savings Bonds thana mean material things- a well, a road, Memphis, cloudy 97 79 .,.,.,oe... Cantr.lly I*.
hasn't gone up-It has. But the schoolhouse. Straughn promised enforce co,... door beech, ft M per -. oarr .cl.. U 00 .n. .nd
year ago. cash hand Is a pleasant $2 a hospital a Gear ment by audit If necessary. lie Miami cloudy 86 77 month yeer round Randolph' 1100 po' ..... M Intoat 1550on
This country's foreign trade on The admiral thinks the U.S. ports said notires! about the beefed.uppolicy Milwaukee cloudy 74 63 ..05Mpla.'lI.P.n Fuller. Realtor. Ml SDOS. mile fra", Goldon Gate
billion more than the Treasuryhad Col/,.
hit a record high earlier this military effort should be fol clear 93 64 2/1 it City County R..1 I.
be sent to Florida aoIl 14955 .
would ISIS Opal Sunday
year the government reports.And expected. lowed up by civilian advisors to TALLAHASSEE (AP) The New Orleans,clear 92 68 APT FOR RENT ,1It1'wlh.
within 10 ,
Officials explain that govern wholesalers days.In bedroom Apt. Privete Phone
Cabinet ordered State Revenue I
the whole rural .
now It expects help populations."But New York, cloudy 89 69 aoIl 70173 71all
to turn out better than it ment spending wasn't at quiteas all this takes time," he Commissioner Ed Rrsughn to. Okla. clear 103 79 .. Alm..t I slros .sold .p.",
year had other action, the Cabinet: City '0,101. ly .. . II Ch..ya or duple City .
road fast a clip as they ex. all day to begin Immediate vigor Automatelood :v-"I:: ..
first thought despite the said. "The programs are Omaha cloudy 88 63 .10 dos Sedan Located lent off the
Common pected. Also tax receipts were but have to be 1m. out collection of the 5 per cent 1. Approved a 190 4.85 opera eondtixi boil oiler I.T' w mate wtoldo
blocks the European there they 90 65 : :
than anticipated. Part of log budget of $30,000 for the Philadelphia cloudy bow It, Con be lean al lhallIxrvico I Own/o, analeue I le n.IC
Market might throwQo higher elemented." whole tax on sporting equip Phoenix cloudy 105 84 llation Trail al Cen 511,00000. 713,11SILL
In m en t a 1 retardation planning ,.
this was due to a rise personal ., '/1
Banks have Increased their Looking farther north. Felt ment. The would be Pittsburgh rain 84 63 .10 'OACH. "...,.,
in Incomes and corporate profits, discussed the problems of Kor. The tax was levied by the program. money I J bedroom Ills PUUCN 5d.rhos 151 Its Avo South
business and their profits, Ptlnd Me.clear 78 58 .15
federal grant. .. l 61 4 III par
with the rates cut, called refunded by ahoppini Nepla. Fie.
even for
the first half of the year. Few so that ego He made two points: 1983 Legislature It 2. Authorized the Department. Piled Ore, cloudy 85 59 month, Call C P Harm NA.ndolpl Midway fllll.
take was ,... MI
Treasury's Oil
see much cause for worry in the The economic situation In taxing equipment used for Rapid Cityclear 83 62 .43 .Fuller TRAIL F :
of public Welfare to ask the { 24. Re MI "U.I. +Goad 1M
the Immediate future. higher Korea is not good. Yet the coun. camping, fishing hunting, swim VJS. Department of Health Ed. Richmond rain 91 68 .07 / twftf )0, ...s h'.11 .
.ulee from cevrthoueo MAR
--- try Is maintaining a large mil mini, diving and other outdoor ucatlon and Welfare for federal St. Louis, cloudy no LOWE 4 BECK. 4M Ith Ave

Uary force that costs the Kor. recreation. Salt Lk.Cltyclear 93 58 South, M1 Hll. T/2tf
funds totaling II 8 1.428 to finance
eans-and the United States-* Three groups of state whole. for San Diego, cloudy 71 62 BIG Ouiek ..., -. M ..,_ Mi oer
lot of money. salers attacked the law as un. demonstration projects San Fran, cloudy 59 54 SALE: STARTING JULY 6 -ere Collier County Real Co-
homemaker services in sparselypopulated ".3155. Opt .u.... '..
-North Korea has built up a constitutional. Leon County Clr Seattle t cloudy 80 61 .17 GAG MERCANTILEIN 1//wwl} )

modern )jet air force making cult Judge Hugh Taylor upheldthe areas. to the nor. Tampa clear 90 74 MARCO
3. Granted $9,000
ALLIED South Korea vulnerable to air tax last month. Court to examinethe Washington rain 1Z,0.n a'..." .* ore el tow d MountDruf 62-Buslness Property
attack. After the ruling Straughn Ida Supreme Winnipeg M M MRENEW 4 Merdaro el low dtclFiahmi .
state's rules governing ad. tackle, el IOM d'mountIhooe
Felt said South Korea's gen said he would not vigorously en. 4 Clothina a. marked. Trail Frontage. |2| Iraq
3401 M' I.3M1ALLID
DAVIS gLYO. emphasized to him force the tax, awaiting a sched. missions to practice law. loot Between Naple one! ManSe
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