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Title: The daily news
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Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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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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Several ChangesIn The or

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


NEW DELHI. India (AP) -
9 The assassin of Premier Jlgme
Dorjl of Bhutan and an army
officer charged with master
CodeCity minding the plot have been ex.
Zoning crated in public the newspaperThe
Statesman reported today.
The report said Nalk Jambey
.t the assassin, and Lt. Singe Dor.
Jl, faced a firing squad at a parade
ground In Thimbu Satur.
Council Incorporating coning board will work out the streets or anywhere within resl.

several significant chance intc wording of this section betweennow dentlal areas, unless special permission day.Brig.. Bhadur Namgyal deputy

the proposed new zoning code, and August S. was granted. Mayor would a commander of the Bhutan
this
completed a public hearing the Boat houses are to be eliminated Archie Turner said army was executed two months
document this morning under the revised discriminate against persons
coning ago for complicity in the assas.
Mayor Archie Turner set Au. code. Some boat houses built un. (Continued on page S) sin at Ion.Dorjl.
tuat S at 10 a.m. for a continua. der the old ordinance) are elaborate an anti-Communist, was
lion of the public hearing and affairs two stories high shot April near the Indian bore
It that time all suggested addl. with walled-ln living quarters. Halt der The Indian governmentsaid
Mont and revisions will come Covered boat slips,without walls, Judge May It believed Red China was
up for review by Council and would be permitted under the pro. behind the assassination.

public. posed code. Probe In DeathOf
Today's 1I..lon. lasting near. Off street parking require
ly .until noon, followed an all. ments are to be stiffened under r UNITED NATIONS N.Y.
day hearing Wednesday.' Sever. the revised code. One section # Millionaire (AP) Israel has warned that
al sections of the new code were spells out the minimum numberof the "deteriorating situation"
referred back to the and along the IsraellJSyrtan frontierIs
Zoning parking spaces required for '
a HOUSTON Tex. (AP) -U. S.
Planning Board for farther study various types of business establishments. Joe Ingraham has : a serious threat to Intern
Diet Judge
and revising between now and Au. These minimums tlonal peace and security
Harris County Texas
directed
5. r In a note to U.N. Security
gust
have been taken from national and Miami officers to show
Council President Ahmed Tal
'Y :
minimum standards City At.torn.y should not
FORMAL ACTION cause today why they bl Benhlma of Morocco Wednesday .
David Splngler explain .
be stopped from continued ques.tioning
Israeli Ambassador Mich
Council took no formal actionon ,
ed.The of Melvin Lane Powers ael 8. Comay accused Syrian
any of the proposed coning
proposed code providesthat accused of millionaire
21 slayer
forces of 29 "utterly unprovokedand
code revisions during the two.
individual
an loading apace Jacques Mossier.
obviously premeditated" at.
'
day hearing. Members reached will be It by SS feet
comparedto Ingraham also told the off leers be.
a It consensus on else each referred change as It the present 10 by 2S feet. to show why they should not be UNUSUAL VIEW of Naples Bay was taken by tacks tween on June Israeli 9 and positions July' 6. He
came
or
to the toning up board or city at. Council disagreed with a pro. stopped from issuing "accusa. Spot Wreckage Of photographer hovering just north of Tamiami Report Theft Of said his country had sufferedsix
torney for further study. The posed new paragraph prohibiting tory press releases" on Powers. Trail near the Bay bridges. The view is to the casualties and extensive
parking of trailers trucks, or Mossier 68, Miami and Hous. Plane On Shore Of Money From Car damage.
revised code will not become commercial vehicles southwest with Boat Haven Naples showing in property
on public ton financier was found dead in
effective until the series of pub. Ms swank Key Biscayne apart. Lake OkeechobeeMIAMI the foreground. Eastern Shore developments And Hotel RoomsJames
lie hearings Is finished and the ment June 20. He had been stab. Golden Shores Oyster Bay, and Royal Harbor NEW YORK (AP) Herbert
60-page document Is read and Fireworks Can'tBe bed more than SO times. (AP)' The Civil Air ahow on the left (east) side of the bay, while Hannaway of St. Louis Hoover oldest living ex.presl.
approved at two separate Count Brought Here Powers a nephew of Mossier Patrol reported today the sight. In the distance Aqualane Shores and Port Royal Mo., yesterday reported to Naples dent, will miss the Republican
ell meetings. was arrested In Houston and Is log of apparent airplane wreck. developments form western shore for bay waters Police that $13.00 In cash National Convention for the first
One of the key changes reviewed Chief Advises being held In the Harris County age off the northwest shore of leading to Gordon Pass and the Gulf of Mexico and travelers checks valued at time since he left office three
this morning would re Jail without bond. His attorneys giant Lake Okeechobee.The Recent 100.00 had been stolen from his decades ago.Hoover .
quire written notification of each Persona bringing fireworksInto indicated they will fight at. sighting was made as the dredging project made big improvementin car while parked near the Naples who will be 90 next
property owner living within 500 Florida from other states tempts to extradite Powers. patrol searched for light plane bay channel permitting larger boats to use Fishing Pier A knife had month, said through a spokes.man .
feet of any property to be re. are violating a federal statute Sheriff's Capt. M. F. Patton with three Pompano Beach man the pass and bay with safety. (McGrath photo) apparently been used to gain en that he will send a 600.
coned. Responsibility for such and making themselves liableto reported that deputies searching aboard.A trance to the locked car.The theft word statement to the convention .
notification will lie with the build. possible fine to $1,000 Powers' office found letters plane and two boats were occurred between 3 and 4i30 that opens In San Francis.CO .
lag official or owner of the land up signed "C. Mossier" Patton dispatched to investigate. The o'clock in the afternoon. The Monday
to be rezoned and property own or a jail sentence up to one said the letters were in the hand. apparent wreckage la y sub. All Extremists empty billfold which had held .He has been confined to his
ers within BOO feet would be not. year or both, Chief of Police writing of Mrs. Mossier merged at a point directly on a Reject the money was later found in. suite $In' the Waldorf Tower.
Ified at least IS day before the BenCaruthers warned today, Patton also Mid several pho. tine lion Lakeland, to Pompa. ttiv .yard of a }house ,Aearbjr.-.where-W 4s Yeroverlng' front s r

f' r-ubllc hearing) .on 4H ..emus '.i1t.'Iidui 1 I statute, passedin iographs. were found by the dep. 00 Beach, the course of the mis..'., Theft of |35 and >* woman's. grSve'' Illness.
change. Utica with some showing Pow. sing plane.An wrist watch was reported by Mr,
1954 provides a specific pen- ers and Mrs. Mossier together extensive search was eon. Scranton Urges GOPSAN and Mrs. Max E. Downs of Fort MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay
OUT OF TOWN alty for transporting fireworks Patton said one of the letters ducted Wednesday between Lauderdale today as having been (AP)-Former President Joao
Zoning board member Mere Into or through states which by said In parts Lakeland and Pompano Beach. stolen from their room In the Goulart of Brazil has suffered

dlth Strong pointed out that In state law forbids the sale orpos- "1 love you. need you. .you The plane was reported missing FRANCBCO (AP) "Our platform should say so. Naples Beach ClubSunday.JamesRichards ,' I heart attack
the past.nearby'landowners mightbe session! of fireworks as Florida are everything to me, darling" Tuesday' night Pennsylvania Gov. William W, Frankly I cannot for one sec. also of Fort Lauder. His doctors said Wednesdaythe '
out of town at the time a pro. does, Caruthers pointed out. In an Interview with newsmen Those aboard were Identifiedas Scranton urged today that the and conceive why' you would dale, who occupied the adjoiningroom attack was a moderate coro.
posed coning came up for hear from her hospital bed where she Stanley K. Parrlsh, 90, the Republican platform specifically hesitate to specifically name reported $10.00 stolen nary. Goulart has been living In
tog Thus they might not find At this particular time of the has been confined since Sunday pilot; Warren Parrlsh 48, Pom. reject extremist groups that are the John Birch Society' asa from Ms room.Fishing exile In Uruguay since he was
out about the coning change un. year when many Neapolitans are Mrs. Mossier said'; pano Beach postmasterand alien to our shores" He prime example of this weird ousted from Bratll In last
til after final action had been taking vacations which takes them "Why I call everybody darlIng. brother of Stanleys; and Tom J. named the John Birch Society as presence In America." April's coup.DENVER .
taken. A newspaper advertise through Georgia and other states This whole thing Is so aw. Nobles, 72, uncle of the two and one such group Scranton said that the GOP
leant IS days in advance of the where fireworks may be legally fUl. I STILL can't think straight. retired Pompano Beach post. Scranton in testimony' prepared cannot "separate the Republl.can Tourney Colo. (AP) Colo
public hearing is the only not. sold, parents frequently permit Some of my friends told me to master for presentation to the platform from the Republl.can rado completed reapportionment
Ification required under the old their children to buy fireworksand get out of town this week" Platform Committee, said the presidential candidate" Judges To Pick of Its Legislature Wednesday

ordinance. bring them Into Naples, unaware Mrs. Mossier said Powers was GOP has two alternatives In He said the GOP should dls. night allocating seats In both
Another proposed change would. that they are violating the "like a member of the family. Hold Man For considering "the matter of ex. miss the theory "that the candl. Winners MondayDave the House of Representativesand
.prohibit building of any accessory law the chief explained. VIola- My husband always called him tremlst groups and their rela. date Is more Important than the Pfaff executive vice president Senate on the basis of pop.
building such as a guesthouse son." She said Powers had lived Having $40,000In tlonshlp to the Republican platform and the theory that station
within the of the Greater Naples
closer than 25 feet to the tions of the law come "
of the with the family three to four party. whomever the candidate, he can Chamber of Commerce, announ. The action came only 23 days
rear.yard lot line. The feet.present The investigative Jurisdiction years Bogus Bills One point of view Is, he said, be made different by the plat ced this morning that the Judg. after the Supreme Court of the
setback Is only 7V4 FBI. that such have "
groups some form. out
ing committee for the Greater United States threw a reap.
PENSACOLA (AP)-A 52-year public support and Include the Scranton also urged that the Naples Fishing Tournament will portlonment system adopted by
old Fort Walton Beach man was kind of people needed In poll GOP write that "con. Ben
. a plank meet Monday and review the the state's voters because
''lv',Y w MAIN ENTRANCEf'a, held without bond today o n tics. But Scranton added firms our traditional position entries. ate seats were distributed on s
+4 a hr'fw ... STILL PHOTO charges of possessing; $40,000 "The other point of view with favoring compulsory' Social Se. He said the winners will be geographical! system

"' worth of bogus $20 bills, police which I agree says that the radIcal curlty." announced later In the week, along The reapportionment law was
4 ;:: S. :;p.,,; said.Rufus extremist groups are aliento Scranton had the floor of the with the time and place the hammered through the Repub.
Smith, a carpenter was
} }),", our shores I can find in them awards will be made tothe chant llcan-controlled<<: Legislature dur.
rV' ; I
;; arrested Wednesday night n (Continued on page 2)
nearby Pensacola Beach no saving grace plan fisherman. lag an elght.day special session.

BANDSTAND



New Generation In Soviet Seems Less Fanatic I



By PRESTON GROVER vlet Union has stopped growing, garlan factory workers that peo. teal Is gone They have seen clam about the constant new
MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet n Is growing quite fast, But It pie expected and should get, the same thing In pioneer settle drives. of communism. In 1981,
revolution gives much evidenceof does mean that especially more than Just enthusiastic panty ments In the Went where rell. Khrushchev outlined at the par.
ti running down. among the young the teal of the talk They also wanted! more glom was the dominant factor. ty congress the project/ for bring.
,'',y, ALTELNATESx That Is a development per. Founding Fathers for the pure goulash.I "Goulash commu. The circumstances and the mo. Ing full.Hedged communism to
STIW STILIS a.A hape as pleasing to some Soviet faith Is no longer what It was. nlsm" as s catch phrase now Is lives are different but the ex. the country In 20 years
people as to the people In the Premier Khrushchev himself heard here, very privately. perlences have a certain paral. The party editorialists pulsed
West. gave dramatic evidence of that Americans should not be as.tonlsheii with enthusiasm but the project
This doesnt mean that the So. when he told a group of Hun. that much of the fanatic lei.A few of the people who had brought audible moans from
struggled through the hard many Russians
years before and after the revo. "I'll be an old man th.n. still'
; lutlon of 1917 still are In govern poor like my' father," said a
AAIS D m.nt. but many of those now In Russian salaried man, with s
I authority never saw Lenin. He wife and one child.
TYSTANOa died In 1924. With two generations already
r When Khrushchev out to sacrificed to the building of
(
: L J DELEGATES t J 010 Q1Ek destroy the Image of Stalin, It communism the present popula.

'A STAND STAND awN goo ,,. was a "purge" to clean up the tlon Is not delighted at the pros.
1 tiN C.DfUi STANDS party history', But It shook the pert of seeing s third genera
Slid a "kin ,,,t . Mean ti GHis faith of many Lion go through the poverty mil).
''FET Increasingly they are able to
a at +
H c TacEZK make their voices heard In away
6NTE0 NEW GENERATIONThe
LI ) EJ SaIVf.SS N s never to have been thought
B, : y dst days of the old "barri of under Stalin.
dR y cades fighters" have given way The sons and grandsons of the
( us& ' 'nm ''J to another generation waiting same farmers are simply not
to take over producing, and the governmentand
The glow has gone even from party' now are offering
was some of the heroes of those days more and more inducement for
I.
L' ;* ) y when Communist doctrine Individuals to work harder

tUTFOtM r called for weakening family ties Farmers are still the downtrod.
N\ \d / so the influence of the party and den part of the population.
v government would be felt more. All this doesn't Justify any
i That, too, has changed. The conclusion that communism It.
y family' no longer Is a thing to be self Is dead. Any' Communist
despised, but to be encouraged leader can point to great ac.
/ and respected.The compllshments in the country

state and party still make since 1917.B I
themselves fell as the basis of is a safe bet that If the

:.. ii life In the Soviet Union. In chil. Russian people were asked to
Nlwfttll ? # d dren's pioneer organizations, In vote for or against communism
I ? NEA Telephoto) the Young Communist League they would vote overwhelminglyfor
PICKETS GET EARLY START- First demonstrators have appeared in San Francisco ss the young of the land still are It. It wouldnt be ".45 percent
the Republican leaders gather In preparation for the national convention. Their religious, Indoctrinated with Communist the way' It Is in the etec.

GOP CONVENTION ARENA-This Is the floor plan of the Cow Palace In San Francisco pro ioldwater signs appeared in front of the St. Francis Hotel, one of the downtown precepts.But dons, but would be a monster
of there is B is of life.1i'J .
centers political activity increasing cyni. vote now their way
where the drama of the Republican national convention will unfold.






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NEWS Thuredey, July 9, 1964 a < .

r3i aH At The ConventionBeating
He was a clerk In his father's

86 building supplies store at the ,:

age of 16, a sergeant In the 4th '>< Vi" 1
Wisconsin Volunteers of the r ; t t.' ,
lo Advice r'if
Spanish.American War at 20, a : LBJ ik i

newspaper reporter at 21, a :.Lk'" {
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To Give Others traveling salesman In France at t,

22, a reporter again at 24, a r
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STONY BROOK, N.Y (AP- Harvard University special stu. < ,, Tough Task F
H. V. Kaltenborn, the dean of dent at 27, a secretary for a ,

;newt commentators, reached Harvard exchange professor In

_his 86th birthday today without Berlin at 29, a traveling tutor C *

:a Ingle word of advice for the for John Jacob Astor's son, Vln. Barry AdmitsSAN i

younger generation cent, at 30, and then, once rt

"I've never believed much In again, a newspaperman
giving advice," he said In a Kaltenborn ranked his cover FRANCISCO (AP)-Sen.

birthday eve Interview at his age of the Munich crisis in 1938 Barry Goldwater, front-runrUn
Long Island estate "We all 102 broadcasts in 21 days candidate for the Republican t

have to make our own mistakesand as his greatest professional ac. presidential nomination, said to. ..
learn from those mistakes" compllshment.At ::: day the party faces "a tough

But in the assured tones the peak of his career, a job' in the race against President .

known to millions of Amerl. time he refers to as "in the ... Johnson-but added, "ThisIs

,cans: since the pioneer days of chips," Kaltenborn earned $8,. LifLU, going to be a Republicanyear. J Y

radio, Kaltenborn reminisced 000.$9,000 a week ..... . _. . ." tV'I
-- ---'---'-- --- --- -- --- -- --- - -
about, his life and the career "United we will win," Gold.

that took him all over the world. (NEA Radio'Telephoto) water said In an address prepared .
The "voice of radio1 original Scotland Yard w"m plot of landand for an airport rally on '

.,bew, analyst first was heard on a palace where Scottish ON THE DOUBLE-Increased military activity in Viet Nam brought scenes like this his arrival in San Francisco for

tine air In April 1922, discussing kings stayed when they went to Vietnamese troops hustle into helicopters which will lift them from this central bivouac the Republican National Con.
A coal strike London each year to pay required to an area where Viet Cong troops have been located. ventlon.

He was born In Milwaukee, homage to the English kins The' The' Arltona senator made the ._

t>f on of Baron Rudolph Van Kal. last Scottish sovereign to use Tropigas Lease Included In the plan are regular Death Decreases transcontinental trip In a two. ---

illenborn, a Hessian guards offl. the palace was Margaret, widowof service maintenance and engine chartered plane, switch. (NEA Telephoto)

beer who came to America, and James IV of Scotland and Plan AvailableNAPLES low cost operation that will give Ing from a commercial airlinerat

wa| raised in Merrill Wls. sister of Henry VID of England. Small businessand the leasing businessman year- Sales Resistance the last minute."I WILL HE-WONT IIE- Latest political guessing game In.
;
In the round "customer conditioning. expect that all Republicanswill volves the part former President Dwight D Eisenhower will I
L commercial shops leave San Francisco to beat play in the Republican convention at San Francisco. He's

11 CHECK and DOUBLE CHECK Naples area will be able to take A Clergyman Says Lyndon B. Johnson and win the shown here at a recent conference with candidate William
the sizzle out of a long.hot sum growing list of lease instal- presidency of the United States"he Scranton. the man some say he may nominate
I' OFFICE air conditioning lations by Tropigas In the Collier
K mer with a new WASHINGTON (AP)-A New said
DUNBARS
SUPPI ESI lease plan made available County area brought an atmounce- York clergyman said today that Goldwater was quoted Tues.

," by Tropigas Inc., of Florida the ment today from WJE. Cornel although most morticians per. day as saying was of now" no I

rand newl All metllv company announced yesterday. branch manager, that special form their task honestly there Republican could beat Johnson.He Rival GOP Candidates

: Bum Proof Plastic Top Dealt$ -1 "P Small stores, shops or professional service facilities and personnelare are others "who must be stlg. added In a June 29 Inter.
view with the German magi'
now working on a full-time matlzed as ghoulish gravedlg.
that beat
BUSINESS MACHINES SALES REPAIRS buildings, can basis to serve the lease depart- (ers" who prey on the living cine Der Spiegel "On Election I
the heat with
10 less
AND RENTALS FREE. PROMPT tons or through the dead. Day there Is going to be another Vie For DelegationsSAN
ment customers.
If+ DFI1VFRY SERVICE of air conditioning will be able The Rev. Howard A. Johnson horse race"

I, 7" Slk Ave. So. Ml 2-2051 to sidestep a big capital out- canon theologian of the Cathe. "I know that we have tough -
lay under the Tropigas lease Some eucalyptus wood I i. a* dral Church of St. John the Dl. job ahead," he said today. "I FRANCISCO (AP) "We want to make the most
Cov. William W, Scranton wenton
plan, the said. as strong as steel! also know that this Is going to impressive showing possible on
company vine Protestant
Episcopal
( ),
t thumping the drums hopeful. the first ballot when Sen. Gold.
be all
New York told Senate In. a Republican year across
a ly today but Sen. Barry Gold. water will win the nonlnatlon,"
the from statehouse to
vestlf ation Into the funeral bust country, water's
supporters plowed said.
con. he
courthouse and from
Congress
: ness that his criticism was not fldently toward their goal of a Although Curtis declined to
to the White
Chevrolet dealers so much an attack on morticians House. first ballot presidential nomina. deal in numbers, Sen. John G.
sell "I know that you are going to
"as It Is the
upon us, i
more living." s come out of this convention tlon for the Arizona senator.In Tower, R.Tex., another Goldwa
the face of Scranton's .
dec.
ter strategist, said in a separate
.1. united and fighting not with
"By our colossal Ignorance of
laratlon that
an "overwhelming Interview "we've got more
each other but with the Johnson
that which is
taught In the
number of Republicans seem to than 700 and we're getting
church and In the synagogue," administration and Us falling think that I ought to be nom. more" A total of 655 conven.
cars than anybody he said, "and by our tearful foreign policy, Its phony fiscal inated and I think I
to be
policy and Its attempt to spendits ought lion votes is needed for the nom.
sentimentality In the face of too," the Goldwater forces inatlon.
death, (we) are guilty of lead. way to political power, brought up a vigorous dissent. Scranton has been emphasizing
Goldwater said.
ing some of the undertakers Sen. Carl T, Curtis of Nebras. an interview Goldwater gavea
: into temptation." He added chat "so-called pop.. ka, the Arizona senator's con. German news weekly in whichhe /

Because they sell cars Most of America, he said, ularlty polls"for Johnson.'I will .not win reelection ventlon floor manager, said that said he doesn't believe, "as

great seems to be Involved In a vast am here today because of "we have got more than of now," that any GOP candl.
conspiracy to hush up the fact enough" delegate votes for the date can defeat President John
only one thing, Goldwater said,
of death.
nomination "but son, but that It be
we want might an en.
"Grief he said "causes the "the support of the people in
more" tlrely different in No.
story
,: \ threshold of sales resistance to the Republican party right at vember.
the grass roots, who have
.'j be low The hard truth of Goldwater'
--- -- :\\I:!' To show some of the facts of honored me with their millionsof statement Is acknowledged by
costs, Sen. Philip A. Hart D. votes, their millions of man
,\ J .' Ohio GOP almost every Republican will.
hours of selfless volunteerworkand
,
Mich.
I chairman of the Senate Ing to comment on it privately
their personal, abiding dedication .
.1 Antitrust and Monopoly sub. But they add that this Is not
committee, released at today's to this grand young partyof
.. something a leading candidatefor
: final hearing a chart showing ours. ReleasedBYRhodes the party nomination shouldbe

> that costs of Identical funeral saying publicly
services rose sharply as the
Scranton Scranton's arrival
reception
.
price of the casket Increased.
preceding that of Goldwater bya

p (Continued .from page 1) day, was noisy but not of giant
ti ,. proportions
x Capt., Syenson j i i.I Republican platform committed, '. I .0 the-oppdnents of the Goldwa.
N iaisJ. t where his outnumbered! fOllow. 'Eer
COLUMBUS Ohio AP- conservative stance had pro.
Gets 7 Years ers have been trying to build a (
duced most of their
i Gov. James A. Rhodes, Ohlc top-rank fig.
for the kind of
pad
launching
favorite son, cleared the urn including Govs. George
Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe For Desertion supcrthrust takeoff Scranton way
today for the 58 Ohio delegates Romney of Michigan and NelsonA.
would have to achieve to catchup
t FRANKFURT, Germany to the Republican National Con. Rockefeller of New York
tI (AP-Capt.) Alfred E. Svensonwas with Sen. Barry Goldwaterby ventlon to cast their first vote and former ambassador Henry
the convention votes
I the time
sentenced today to seven for the presidential nominee of Cabot Lodge without seeming
years at hard labor for deser. next week their choice. to have made a perceptible dent

; OJ tlon and theft of a Jeep In whichhe The Pennsylvanlan'l support. Rhodes declined however, to in the delegate strength gained
drove to Communist East ers have tried various gambits, comment when asked who his by the Arizona senator.

Germany 14 months ,ago. all designed to hobble the front. own preference would be for The lone personality who Is
...... I
rw. .y , -- II Svenson, 31, of Scranton, Pa., running Arizona senator, but the nomination, credited with any ability to
C ss aa pY:tv 'm arose we. r there was no sign they had
II I also was dismissed from the Shortly before his scheduled change the result-former President .
made much on the
U.S. Army. He spent a year in Impression departure for San Francisco, Dwight D. Elsenhower
I I the Communist country before platform committee Most of Its Rhodes Issued a statement ex. not due until the weekend But

: being expelled as "unfit to be 105 members favor Goldwater. pressing his views his role of neutrality in the
I.L I The Scrantonltes kept thrusting,
r. granted asylum." "During the caucus next Mon. presidential contest appeared to
however, and some talked of a day morning, those delegates have been established beyond
t The captain was convicted bya fight over the platform on the who may wish to support their alteration.
general court martial Wednes. convention floor If they lose In
\ choice will be welcomed to ex. In the minds of most dele
day Both the conviction and the committee.
press their beliefs and persuade gates about the only thing left
Cheielle Malibu Sport CoupeJTT4EX the sentence are subject to automatic .
One ripple stirred the plat. their colleagues," he said. to be settled by next week's
review by higher mill.
form committee
Wednesdaywhen Without elaborating, Rhodes'statement convention is the choice of avice
tary authorities.
a pro.Scranton member
indicated to associ. presidential nominee.Rep. .
The only U.S. officer ever accused It of railroading pro.
ates he
that was willing to fore.
i tried for desertion to the Com. cedures and demanded changes William E. Miller of
the honor of
go a compllmen.
munlsts Svenson got one year But the matter was quickly lary vote for the New York, chairman of the
less than the maximum eight settled. nomination. presidential GOP National Committee obvl.ously .

years possible under the Rep. Silvio\ 0. Conte of Massa. had an okay from the
Followers of
Sen. Ciold-
Barry
charges on which he was found chusetts made the move and got Goldwater forces to try to sew
water have said all
along that
guilty. the support of some committee up this job and he was working
more than half the votes in
The Lithuanian born officer members, mostly from the East hard at it.
Ohio's delegation would for
drove the J jeep across the Iron demanded go
He especially guar
him on the second ballot. They One veteran member of the
Curtain on May 4, 1963, while antees that the finished draft of national
have expressed the hope of re. committee who Is
participating In maneuvers near the platform, being written un.
lease from the recent caucus backing Goldwater said he and
the border between East and der the direction of a 13,mem.
decision to cast a compllmen. other strategists canvassed the
West Germany ber executive committee, wouldbe
1 tary first _vote for Rhodes but field In recent meetings and had
Communist In time
authorities delivered to members
re. nevertheless agreed to stand by come to the conclusion that asa
turned Svenson and the jeep for them to prepare amend.
that decision at the convention. Roman Catholic, an Easternerand
last May 7. menu If they wished.
Others In the Ohio delegation a resident of upstate New
Chary D Nom Spot Coupe : showed a leaning toward Penn.slvania York, Miller Is the most avail.

Gov William W. able candidate.One .

Scranton Goldwater's only ap. highly placed convention

-., r There's Nothing Like It In Naples, parent rival for the nomination.The official said that when Goldwater .
most recent Associated
asks his advice about the
It 1 Press poll of the Ohio delega. matter-as the Arizona senatorcan
tlon indicated 15 sure votes for
i'\ y be expected to do-he will
__h_ '" ..-.c.\... ..... '''': '' Goldwater and 10 for Scrantonwith urge that second place on the
-- .. Vffiageireen the rest .
-- .. uncommitted.The
ticket be offered first to Scran
I Ohio votes added to oth.
., ..... ,. ers determined In The Associ ton.

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,. 111.1 Hope To Organize Opera Guild In NaplesDr. Leave For Marks,BirthdayPHOENIX Ariz. (AP) Sen.Barry .

Goldwater's wife, Peggy,

: Nanderbiiif .13 each Boston Today observed her 55th birthday
and Mrs. Arturo dl Flllppi' Wednesday.The .

of Miami were weekend visitorsat NORTHAMPTON Mass. (AP) wife of the man favored
,
By Mary A. Footer JJJI1Didn't Naples Beach Club Hotel. Dr. -Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, to win the Republican presidential .
dl Flllppi former operatic star, nomination spent the
bundled up like a piece of
Is founder and general managerof [ii",iRile hna, was loadedIlh" day quietly at the Goldwaters
we all have a wonder. R.W. Wood the contractor,came the Opera Guild of Greater ft hilltop home overlooking Phoe.
nu'\ weekend.no rain, plenty of home from work In the companycar Miami. During their stay, the dl rd an ambulance today fora nix.
sunshine for boatllll, swimming so that he could get an early Ftllppis were entertained be\'. i inc.mil drive to New big.t.md
>red i family( pirnlr'f .. and on the start the next morning on a spec.lal oral local members of the gullet, \ '\ Baptist Hospital. In Boston.
4th of July we all enjoyed the job they had scheduled. On which he organized some 24 yea, s The 32.yea old Democratic

)lovely fireworks from the Na. the front seat was John's work ago, supervising! Its growth to ; been senator confined from Massachusetts to Cooley Dickinson has. Poultry Competes

iles' Pier. schedule; also a small Jar, about its current membership of over With Red MeatsIn
Mr. and Mrs.Joe Belyea of 1/3 full of lacquer thinner anda 2,200 each membership repre. Hospital with a broken back
102nd Avenue, had a real oUUash. since June 19 when a private
clean paint brush. In the morn. sentlng two persons. Many MarketsBy
loned fourth at their home.Flrst Ing when he was ready to leave Dr. dl Filippi paid his first plane crashed
came the flag.ralslng by Grand. for work at T a.m. he discover. visit to Naples to discuss with Kennedy smiled and waved to THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

pj: Joe.wlth all the small fry mar.ctilnf ed the lacquer spilled all over several local residents the possibility newsmen and onlookers whileattendants his Poultry Is competing stronglywith

around. They Included the seat, on the steering wheel, of founding an opera guild carefully placed red meats In many markets
Chuck, DenlseStevenLynnDon. and foot marks covering his work in Naples, membership In which stretcher aboard an Air Force this weekend. '

aid, Russell and Cerald.the child sheet Well, John, and his good would Include the same advantages > ambulance. While beef prices show signsof
ren of Mr. and Mrs. Charles wife Hilda looked all over the as in the parent organic In answer to newsmen's questions rising as supplies diminish,

Belyea, and Don Jr., Barry and car, Inside and out, and couldn't tlon, Including two tickets to each II to how he felt, Kennedy" turkey is becoming more easily
Linda Sue, the children of Mr. find a thing. So they cleaned up of the three star.studded operas said quietly "Fine, fine available and prices are down.
and Mrs. Donald Belyea. Miss the mess and he went to work. scheduled for Miami In 1965. 114L As cameramen crowded Turkey shipments are up 10

Adeline Calttrl, of Naples act. Arriving at the office John told An unofficial gathering was 1 1iI around state nollre kept shout. per cent from a year ago and
ed as recreation director for R.W. Wood what had happenedand held at the Beach Club Tuesday : tug "Don't It jostle." that ..tretrher.DOII.t this ampleness translated Itself
tour It.AuompanMng
the tames and prizes. At the what a mystery It was Mr. including Mrs. John Blng. Into lower market prices and
the senator
end of the picnic there was old Wood called his young son Ted ham and Mrs. Samuel Post, who more frequent "specials" at 37
fashioned Ice.oream with all the to crawl under the front seat to are currently serving as honor' were Thomas his'lle, Joan, and Dr. cents a pound or so. Beef price,
F. Corilden chief of
children taking turns In cranking see if he could see anything Af. ary trustees of the Miami Guild meanwhile, have moved up it
the churner. ter checking everything, the Henry B. Watkins Sr.jandjeanne; surgery at Cooley Dickinsonwho wholesale at the big packl C
;
has teen in of his
Most of the celebration was young lad looked up under the Tlvnan Frey, daughter of Mr and charge centers and this is beginning o
part of the welcome for Mr. and front panel of the truck, and Mrs. Joseph P. Tlvnan of Naples. case since the trash of theplane show up at the nation's retiil
bringing the senator from
.
Mrs. Gerald Darrell who re. shouted there he Isl He reach Jeanne, a vocal student of Dr. - counters.One .
cently returned to Naples Park ing up pulled out by the tall a dl Flllppi, received a B.A. ma. GREETINGS FROM I NAPLES are extended at the Bench Club to Arturo Washington Stale to Convention attend the Dem.ocratlr national chain Is featut-

from their Massachusetts to make this baby racoon, the rascal that did Jor in applied voice from Barry di FilippI 1 ( left). Artistic and nmnnirinir; director of the Opera Guild ofGreater HORIIUI! oUlcUls said theearav.t11 ing ribs of beef this weekend it
area
permanent home. Mrs. all the damage and made the 63 with sirloin it
mess College and has been singing in rents a pound
Darrell, when she went North, on the front seat. public for several with Miami, by (left to right) henry( B. Watkins, :Mrs. John BiiiR. was to Include two 99 and boneless chuck roasts it

stopped off In Cumberland, Md., Now the young lad has another great success. She has years been In. ham, Mrs: Samuel Post and :Mrs. Dave Frey (:MrGrath photo) state poll' cars which would 99 cents.

to visit her daughter.Mrs. Leroy pet to add to his collection and vlted by Dr. dl Flllppi to under. travel at a maximum of 40 The rise In pork prices h s
Cross, and to John can breathe easier How miles an hour on the trip over
seeherflrstgrand study the great Australian star, been more apparent and, wl h
the
daughter, Kimberly Ann Cross. about living Inthecountry. ThereIs Joan Sutherland, who will sing Sewing GroupTo Boston.Massachusetts Turnpike to production easing Is likely o
Mrs. Darrell's other daughter Ju. never a dull moment, and the lead role in "Lucia dl Lam. last longer.
dlth will spend the summer In always a good laugh I mermoor," the February offer t Earlier when Dr. Corildenannounce. Fresh vegetable attraction*,
Cumberland with her sister.A Until next week, many thanks ing of the Miami Guild. Meet FridayAt .! the transfer, he said meanwhile, Include cabbagt.

week ago Miss Lyn Johnson for your news items and may the Operas to be presented by the been"Sen. Kennedy's recovery has nap beans, beets, carrots,core,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyn. Good Lord watch over all of you Opera Guild of Greater Miami Gibson Home he will satisfactory and It Is felt okra green and dry onions radishes
ford Johnson of 107th Avenue, and keep you well. Include Verdi' "Otello", with receive continued good summer squash water.
care and
along with Bonnie and Connie James McCracken singing the Mrs. Chandler Drooks was the England, treatment at the" New cress, peppers, eggplant tomatoes
Vice, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. lead role, scheduled for Miamion hostess to the Sewing Croup of Baptist| Hospital I. cucumbers and lettuce.

Harry Vice of 102nd Avenue re. January 23, n,and 30. Sup. the Naples Woman's Club on last Doctors have estimated Ken. Fresh fruit counters are copiously .
turned froiu Jtwiiulng; a week at Sherri Finkbine porting artists Include Phyllis articles nedy, 32, will be hospitalised supplied although peaches
the C.Y.F. camp In Homestead Curtin as Desdemont Gabriel Friday. Many Interesting from six to eight months. are In short supply and high
On Saturday July 4th, their son Bacquler as lago and, Messrs. are In the process of completion Kennedy's In a special ortho. r-prlced because of frees slate

Roger Johnson returned from the Center Of Drug Thomas Hayward, Louis Sgarro, and several guests and pedlc bed called a Foster frame In the growing season Plum
same camp but he was with the Robert Schmorr and William prospective: members we re thereto rather than In a cast. are beginning to arrive In near-
group from the First Christian Beck. help the ladles prepare for Corrlden' said he would be record volume. Cherry product

Church In Naples. Row, 'Expecting'SCOTTSDALE On February 15, 17, and 20, the big day In November. moved In a Stryker frame a tion Is up ..harply.fN.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halllcy of the guild will present Joan Su. This Friday Mrs. Ruth Gibson similar but sturdier rig de.

107th Avenue returned last Fri. Ariz. (AP) therland In the lead role of Lucia ) wlir greet the workers and will signed to give greater protection
day after a month's visit In the Sherri Finkbine, center of In. dl Lammermoor, supported by extend a welcome to any Interested against movement while travel

north with their daughter and fam. ternatlonal controversy two Messrs. Renato Clout, Enzo Sor. \.J member oftheWoman's Club. ing."At
(the Boston hospital he will
fly, Mr. and Mrs. Gans Hess, years ago when she had an dello, Richard Cross and Con. P The group meets In the cool annex be returned to the Foster frame
In Wayne NJ. While abortion after taking the drug
there, they ductor Richard Bonynge. Park
of the clubhouse on
thalidomide she's I1 orthopedic bed on which hu has
attended the graduation of their says expect. Mozart's
"Marriage of Fl.
Ing her fifth child. Street and each has a choice been recuperating," Corrlden
granddaughter Charlotte M.
garo" will presented on March
Hess from the Mrs. Finkbine Jl, knownas of the type of project on whichto said.
Falrlelgh Dick. 22, 2-1 and 27, with Donald GramIn "In addition the doctor said LUFF GMC INC.
Inson University with a bachelorof Sherri Chessen on her the lead role DISCUSSING Jeanne work. ,
supported by upcoming opera plans are
Is "he will be closer to members Trucks Parts
Phoenix television show Kathrlne
science degree In business con. Beverly Sills, Frances Bible, Tivan Frey and Arturo di Filippi. Mrs. Frey is Mrs. Derger
of his family. His wife and chll.
firmed Wednesday night the re. of the Group -Service
management and hotel and res. Christiansen chairman Sewing -
Beverly Chester
a member of the Miami Opera Guild Chorus and dren plan to divide their time
taurant port of her pregnancy. She Is ideas for
management. and Is to new
Ludgln, Norman Kelley and Lor. open TEMPORARY
- will understudy Joan Sutherland in "Lucia di( Lam between hospital visits from
In
expecting January.
Mill Hess will enter the Amer. enzo Alvary. Donald Gram will the sale tables.
She said she doesn't invitation. He is her their home in Boston and their LOCATION
lean Airline Stewardess College. care be remembered locally for his mermoor" at Dr. di Filippi's On July 17th, Jane Redman
July 27that Fort Worth TeWor a whether It's a boy or a girl. "I brilliant concert at Naples High vocal coach (McGrath photo) will take her turn as hostess residence "on Squaw Island off 421 Ninth SI., N.
Cod.
Cope
sU'Week's training course.WhileIn want a healthy normal baby School several years ago In the I .
New Jersey, Mr. and Mrs. she said. She was reluctant to local Community Concerts se.
Halllcy visited with friends In comment further. rles.
Rldgewoud, N.J., with Mrs. "Two years ago I had a valid Some 50 Naples residents have NJ Board R jects'Negroes'

Claude Marc, a sister of Mra.Haillcy' reason for telling my story" already Joined the Opera Guildof Plea For
IP Garfield, and Mrs. she declared "To expose the Greater Miami. As soon as

Harry Vreeland In Clifton, N.J. dangers of a drug. Anything I the proposed Opera Guild of Na. School OperationTRENTON
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pen. would say now would be only to pies has been organized they ATTENTION.
strom and their children left on satisfy curiosity." will automatically become mem. NJ. (AP) The .
Monday of this week for their Two years ago, on July 22, bers of the new group. New Jersey State Board of Ed.
home In Birchrunvllle, Pa. En. Mrs. Finkbine revealed her Dr. di Flllppi extended an in. ucation has refused to overturnthe
route they will stop In Tampa plight when she gave a Phoenix vitatlon to all local membersof neighborhood school concept 1
1
and Orlando. They spent the past newspaper the Arizona Republic the Opera Guild to attend a as a means of ending racial Imbalance LADIES OF THE HOUSE! If I < % S V f*

10 days with Mrs. Penstrom's her story. She had taken the cocktail party In their honor plan In Union Township
mother Mrs. Fred Henning, on tranqulllzer early In her preg. ned by the Young Patronessesof It rejected Wednesday a request
93rd Avenue. nancy and was 2'A months along the Miami Guild on opening by a (group of Negro parents Let BEACH CABINETS plan your new

when she learned the drug was night of the January production. to compel the Union Town. kitchen let remodel old kit.
REUNIONMr. causing the birth of severely de. ship School Board to transfer or us your ( L.

and Mrs. Forlst J. Hall formed babies In Europe. pupils to reduce Imbalance at chen. We offer complete service for the ik
of Bayvlew Ave., Vanderbilt Her husband Robert a the 95 per rent Negro Jeffer.

Beach, returned last Thursday Scottsdale high school teacher Auxiliary Party eon elementary school. entire kitchen. . building of cabinets, .'
from a three week's vacation had obtained the drug in Eng. The Negroes contend a volun.
,
In Indianapolis, Ind., with their land while escorting a group of At Tahitian Cove tary transfer plan now In effect plumbing, electric and featuring the

son Charles Hall and Family. En students on a tour. Next WednesdayThe doesn't work. '
Flnkblnes said It believed the
route The attempted to The board
they stopped at Busch Gar.
dens in Tampa, the Ave Maria get a court order declaring an Naples Community Hospital public interest required that famousTAPPAIl .
abortion but Arizona the voluntary transfer plan be
necessary
Grotta In
Culman Ala. Lookout Auxiliary will hold their second
courts turned down their because "parents of stu.
pleas. upheld
Mountain and Rock City, In Chat. luncheon and card
Tenn. also visited They then went to Sweden summer dents of primary school age
tanooga, They where the abortion was per. party Wednesday,July 15,at noon generally desire to have their
with Mr, and Mrs. Homer Sager, Appliances
formed In the new Tahitian Cove Res ,lose
and doctors reported the children attend schools as :
of
the Breed Electric
Power manager Co., In Sullivan, Ind., Mr. baby would have been de. taurant. to home as possible."" FREE ESTIMATES: AND BANK FINANCING!

and Mrs. Ernest Rhoedes, Far. formed. Mrs. Donald Jones, chairmanfor
mersburg, 'Ind.; and Mr. and Speaking of the drug Wednes. the card party, announcedthat
Mrs. Kuzmanovlch of Crossville, day night, Mrs. Finkbine said guests will choose luncheon Claim NewsweekNot MAHOGANY PANELING BEAUTIFUL 6 ft. KITCHENPAINTED
she originally told her because .
story
Tenn. .all retirees and former from the menu and there will bea
associates of Mr. Hall's when "it happened to me, It $1.00 donation collected for Fitted For WHITI and TUIOUOISI
"
could have happened to others.

all They worked had quite in Mlshawaka a reunion ,since Ind. "We're very happy," she said card requested playing.to bring Participants their own are Use In School Pref inished
of the Impending birth. But that $19 $10 1999i
they had not seen anotherin
one
Claim.
is about all she wanted to say cards. TALLAHASSEE I iAP)- l4"x4'x8'sheets $595
sometime. Her husband 33, had ate. For reservations call Ml-2- log that Newsweek Magazli a

Wonder how many of you read fatherly words to add."We're 6501. Proceeds go to the Naples was not objective enough for sc . . . DOWN MONTH fOR 6-PT. KITCHEN
the editorial In Thursday's, July Leon Coon
clal studies students,
out to break the tie
Community Hospital.
2nd, paper about the "Grass Godh
ty School Supt. Amog
he said happily "we have two ,
Always Looks Greener on the boys and two girls. It's kind of said Its use was discontinued li SPECIAL PRICI ON
Other Side?" It was quite an art. exciting we like kids" .. T L..;.. -21 Leon High School. Interior Plywood Portable Bars
idle, and one that is quite I C Godby said use vat tie pufon
familiar complaint that lam sure Their children are ages 3 to after Cabinet Formica Covered .
cation was discontinued HingesBlack .
have heard many times. It W x 4' x 8' sheets,
you .i 1e several parents criticized Newsweek's in your choice of colon!
Is about how things were done side
wording In an April u) good one
Brass
where people came from. But, ,l sue. He said the iarenti 'om. or
Just as Mr. Chance said, he Children Learn en' plained that a stan whin ne SPECIAL $ 95

doesn't think people really mear did not identify bordered on the 319SHUT PRICEI 59All
to criticize our County for how To Read Without ir obscene. 234 .

things are being done; It Is Just Using TeachersNEW The school will replace Newsweek
a falling we all seem to possess, with Senior Sd i n< >I I ,all Ma
If you have not read it, bet you YORK CAP) Without gaxlne, Godby said .
can get a bark copy. It Is well benefit of teachers, 20 childrenIn "We're not In in. H.< 'at' ,i,
worth retifcnc., a public school kindergartenhave ',..
books 01 matazlne
taught themselves to readat "Newsueek and i ,titer) mag Extra Attraction! This Week Only!

MYSTERIOUS CULPRITNow second-grade level, The in. An' 1 rr a/lnes will still be ril.j': lethe r
to relate something odd struct Ion was by "computerized Illiran. '
but funny Last week John Koke typewriter'

of 95th Avenue who works tor And they learned faster than Items!
On Hardware
10 % Discount
-- did given a enriched control group Instruction that was by 42 Cuban Refugees

NOW! s
City teachers, It was reported b
DrinkingWater Wednesday.The Reach Florida In

results of the flve.month Five Small Boats
BEAUTIFULLAKE state sanctioned experiment at
a Freeport Long Island, school MIAMI, ria. (\P)) r.>rttv '
KELLY ,
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refugees hoe lr'' i jut
__ were announced by the superln.tendent. .. .
c I, >a this week In' BEACH CABINETS
4 --- Tt Dr. John H. Martin.
t : The youngsters used an elec. Boats despite In"reii" e'I'11.' t

!i:1: tronlc machine called the Edl. tl 'i of Cuban coasts.

son Responsive Environment
I e Fishermen arriUiiK "m Hz
which permits the child to type \4lu Province Wednrsli,
letters, words and sentencesthat TOO MANY MEMORIES- WORK Inc.
TOTS a stretch of about 100 mile: & MILL
FROM are then reproduced on a Although Mrs. John F "Kennedy the north coast Is 'r'I'i M

$995 up screen and spoken by the ma. and her children planto fortifications of concrete, .:', ,

IIW DewsBrokers chine. move from their Washing) tren/h.., cannOt i. n i .rand
('.... The children each spent 30 ton. DC residence iibme tanks;.
hours In 30.minute sessions with to New York
s apartmentthis
G.D.LUFFItrr the machine fall the hinjut In the The Cuban netl1'i ial : 97V hi AVE., NO. NAPLES Ml 24441HI
Real Fatale HrwkrrSU .
Georgetown ncction of the n ><. Fih I I..*. <'..
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Thai tip* till I low s quarter capital wilt undnuhtwlh remain to 7,000 the numior I ill
.ZI SI N.. t up ,"t hopped freth mini'ArMwl a point of IntrrrM to boat erar e* it i i
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._. ,,-,,-,--_... ._ ."" "" -- ---- Nixon Clearly for NixonIn

NtUJS Near Political SuicideBY


-i, p BRUCE BIOSSAT

g THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1964 t. Washington Correspondent

tr ,i t) A Newspaper Enterprise Assnpredicted .

. Would You Want The Job? f

ARE ofFOR W II ;GTON-NEA-It( ) was once the that Rich
on American
:
prominently
Suppose you saw the following ad must endure? and M, Nixon might figure 2000, The
almost
in the help wented column of this news Conceding the elements of personal ," E HICS ha\'e political been scene going until for him, that forecast could be off the mark

,papers pride and ambition, egotism, desire for SENATORS b)' 36 years,
In national
yo
ADMINISTRATOR and the satisfaction of he still registers relativelY high publ1r
Temporary work prestige being in Though leaders In the
of political
ANA
,No chance for advancement, 112-hour the No.1 1 spot, you must also recognizethat Y.a, re.r opinion IICin party polls now a canvass finds him dropplne sharply in Rseale

week Subject to call at all hours Heavy no man could serve as presidentof SENATEEMPLOYEES

responsibilities. Unsolved problems and the United States without possessing 0fTheeeevSidence suggests that In the month of June 1964
; ( aU time any chance of ever being
ended for
''constant crisis Must expect bitter and a great measure of devotion and dedication Nixon considered may again 15 a presidential prospect.

tontinual criticism from millions of bosses to his country and a real feeling for

:and open opposition from many business public service TilE ONLY TIDING that holds one back from flatly saying:
fact that a good many observerssaid
associates Little privacy for self and fam- Citizens of the United States shouldbe he is just dead that politically two years Is the ago after his dismal television complaint

jly Great personal danger. Good pay deeply grateful that over the years against the press the day following his defeat for

.If you can find time to enjoy It men of the caliber of our presidentshave g
NUonrsomehowmanaged that behind him. changed
to put r
Would for the ? volunteered for the hottest seat in
you apply job his residence to New York and gained a new lease on life

Yet, the office of president of the government and have filled it so ably Through much of the current GOP presidential campaign,

;United States has never gone unfilled or Whoever is elected to the White r he was rated a serious contender, the likely Inheritor of '

:unsought It Is, on the contrary, hotly House next November needs and deserves heatyy. delegate strength should Sen. Barry Goldwater fall >
the
.r contested for, and huge sums of money the cooperation, loyalty and sup- bj wayside

bre spent to enable the candidates to port of every citizen in the troublous TO JUDGE FROM THE RESPONSES of Republican lead.

get it, days at home and abroard reserving, ers. two events account for Nixon sudden, precipitous, and ,
fall from political grace.
this time enduring
Why would anyone In his right mind of course, the Inherent right of every First was perhaps his performance at the Governors Conference I

'want to subject himself and his family'to American to gripe a little and to run the TjRf -- in Cleveland.\ Party professionals, having Just read a Monday

the mental, emotional and physical country superbly as a Monday morning i 1 -- Detroit statement from Nixon which sounded like a near I
astonished to hear him
) endorsement of Goldwater, were on
,;,wringout occupants of the White House quarterback ) Tuesday slicing the senator up and urging others to leap

. : For Critters Who Litter Into The the second race. and in the view of some politicians the more !'

slap at Pennsylvania's
Nixon gratuitous
devastating
y rye. 1'N: .,,_ u', was then avowed rival of Gold. /_
off candy bars and calmly drop them to .i: -": Go\ William Scranton-by an
This Is the season the litterbug Is In the sidewalk? You can see it happen (7' -ii "' 'deftH. water for the nomination-as "not a very strong man." ,'ttJ

.his Men: many who oppose Scranton for the presidency fed 4:
glory.
almost daily on Fifth Avenue and any IhU assault was "unpolitical" ,\
What gIves with this character? other street in the United States '.." :: ::::. :': :.f\: The upshot of Nixon's "two events is that a host of top ':

What makes a person toss a popcorn We don't know the answer to these Republicans i believe that Nixon In mld-1964 stands revealed i
as interested not in unity, not in a particular party
box or a beer can or a pop bottle or a But there Is doubt that The party
questions. no Best of BoyleBY TheWorld cause, but only In himself. !J
flutter of cleansing tissue from a movingcar people by the thousands, thoughtlesslylitter They believe that self.service Is the only thread of consistency t

to clutter up the roadside, a lawn or our land with cans, bottles HAL 4tsOyl _, TodayBy which runs through the hatful of statements Nixon
,
paper
has made on the presidency in the past few weeks I
the front of a business establishment? and other debris each and every day of JAMES MARLOWEAtteclottd
Press Newt Analyst '
''Several mornings each week it is necessary the year. NEW YORK (AP) Dumb the enjoyment of hard work MXOVS LONG\"OWED ENEMIES: : would say to :

to pick up beer cans, pop bottlesor They do this despite the fact there blondes are out of date in Hol. and the pursuit of hard cash. "So what's new7
bits of trash from in front of The News lywood. Smart blondes are In She Is an easy-going, friend. WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Nixon himself seems not to have understood what '
are warnings and penalties against it. style ly girl who at 29 Isn't wept off dent Johnson and Sen. Barry struck him Sounding! faintly! like Harold Stassen, he (

office. One has a tendency to jump to There are constant campaigns conducted Among the smartest at the her feet by success because the Goldwater act like men who ly made a new statement declaring his availability for

|the conclusion that youngsters are re- against it, There are fervent appeals to moment Is Tlppl Hedren, who has worked as a model since have It made. Yet, a year ago, nomination. IhiS'I
she 13.Hitchcock. Johnson couldn't have dreamedof
was
sponsible for this of lit- looks like a younger sister of \tt of all the many prominent Republicans who have
prime example good citizenship neatness and plain good Is so confident of It. And Goldwater probably
Grace Kelly and who just got a Image trouble" this year, Mxon: could turn out to
,terbugging but this is not necessarilyso. manners. They are all Ignored. free $50,000 wardrobe from her her ability that he has signed wouldn't have bet on it. been damaged the most.WASHINGTON .
Adults throw trash mentor Alfred Hitchcock her for two more films, a rare Johnson, with the Democratic
are Just as apt to Do these litterbugs act like this in step for him. presidential nomination lockedup ,
AN"SMALL
is
That plump Englishman as
'as are teenagers. their own homes? It is difficult to image good a Judge of feminine acting Pretty as she Is, Tippi has no Is playing mum In this I

How, for instance, can anyone enjoya ine that they could, but maybe they do. talent as he Is of plot. Among pretty illusions month of July while the Repub. BUSINESS"
and then walk the ladles whose he has "This Is very much business llcans are making up their
picnic in a public park least careen
At they advertise themselves be-
as with me. The Idea of being an minds on someone to match
off without cleaning up the litter or ing pretty sloppy In their habits. Grace helped Kelly are Ingrid Eva Marie Bergman Saint,, actress didn't appeal to me. I him.Goldwater Iy C. VYHJON 'H.DU

even extinguishing the fire? This hap3 Critters who litter could make life Shirley MacLaine, and Vera knew how rough a road it was, looking surer of
and I the More histoiy It l bl' liked How due II
was doing very well as a Republican presidential an imi) happen
Miles.
: pens here, end throughout the nation, much more enjoyable for their fellowmen Not too model. nomination than anyone In sight written. that older people who have 'Investment .
and long ago he saw Tlppl has been l letting the antl.Gold eec i an wax fat and
time time again. .J "But I find It
if they would but remember In a television commercial exciting. Star
every And M II amp' In In this then Imome and
dom has water forces do the talking as paw happy on
How can people tear the wrappings litter bit hurts. liked her, gave her a $23,000( life.made a big differenceIn they barge around looking for Great Land that the mltihlyPoohbah kllll set 1'10"1,1' I hi' 'i'urlty Mhlli I
my
screen test and hired her on support that seems slow In com or the I'otomiu bee am not permitted lo ,help m,.
"I've
t J the spot to star In his last pip. gone into real estate. tame cun'ernrd' with the plight "If"
log
r '.H ture, "The Birds" I'm buying and renting houses,' ul many or he sitisene whose see
: j ''Sh. looks ladylike," said and hope to buy.property, I to, It wasn't like this for Johnson. years wcrr past three store. And the I'lHilibiilu iiilidTulei | :
...._
1-- 'y subdivide or Goldwater a year ago . I .
soon I
Hitchcock "a utilised I/llll' who clipncolq
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSnw quality now quite Then President Kennedy, In w
rare." ..... Fur In a >""*, foi he' nt'itlu'I' tllllll.Iur,
( ( < full health and .
with no opposl.tion previous Uy .. .
Hollywood exists the spin* and thin duel not mule
on Cln.
derella theme but for televl. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS In sight, had no problem nasty IIf Pooh our grout K a about being renominated this bats, there are
C ate slon stardom model to step Into Immedl. and Published Saturday,.Ir': the except afternoon Monday by year. The best Johnson could had been set And HO It lame to pah thai
was more than the Collier County Publishing Co. have hoped for was getting reelected up what was twt leader from the Province
: some West Coast old.timers Inc. 741 "welfth Avenue, South -.. vice for called Social Known a* New" York, KrpKathrrlm ,
president another a
ll .. I'
V could take.Hitchcock. pies Fla". "n Malt .dd. O. ,
) Box 1737Telephone. four years. Security Into si' fieorge. and a
was satisfied He Midway rata for all Maybe then, at the end of two the great god Sen' Kenneth Keating proposed
has starred Tlppl departmentt of the times. law lo had
again In terms for permit hone who
Kennedy he
. . might
G> railed V S
'Marnle/ a film based on an Subscription Rates put In his bid for the presiden.cy. panned three more and live to
.0 English novel about a girl who Treasury C. W, Harder rare aw much aN they could
Is a compulsive thief. advance By carrier, or mall payable In there "pound in monk funi, and still get the ,he neliU. of the
1 b Taking no chances on Miss One V... rte. Six Months 1750, water This time a year ago Gold. both mistier und mint to mnnliN thai had .been takin
fans
Hedren's Minnesota Three Months U7S were working build a fund to kii|' tldoily from them I In their youth
)1 9 old accent, the M.mb.r of The Aitoclated Pass around the country for him. And |"coplt h i'oni want on tin'it ulircmcnt '
master moved the story Intoan which la entitled exclusively' to the he himself had drummed up a l And thin/ caused 1 mint" cml .
American setting and use for republication of all local . .
con.
Items lot of Republican support with It'I'mb"l the mighty.
t newt printed In thla paper at iiniiinu :
centrated
his camera as muchon well at all AP newt dlapatchet' his fund-raising speeches for the I And there wore HmoianahH I II /Pm,I,Ijiihx if the' rolomne
r her loveliness as on the plot Entered at second cleat matter at party. But he was still saying I, throughout the Great land until eee
"Hitch gave me the the Post Off co el Naples, Florida, with the punning or he .\
complete under Act of March 3197: he wasn't a candidate. ; ( year "d MI a great< lounill was
wardrobe In the picture as a It wasn't clear who might be It was found by these whn had held ht the INxihhah.
reward for Th. NEWS assumes no rtspontlb waxed old that the value or the eee
my
r performance
r I'ty for the return of unsolicited Former Vice President RichardM.
said Tlppl. "it was designed by manuscripts or photosraphaThe Nixon had dollar had waned And no, to And the derision. wax to not
Edith NEWS. assumes no nanclal damaged himselfby keep body: and noiil togethermany ,
Head and must have cost , |Hrmit |Hiile| lo help" them.
I for losing his .
.ponabllty typofraphical errors rare for the
rove.rnorshlp sought In use their eprrlrnie *- xilvix And
$50,000 originally" forthwith with a
or em'is ont In Idv.rta. .
of
Her nickname Is manta out If not fled of such errors California In 1962. at llih tasks befitting; mllily iliimoi of trumpet"
a variationof before the next Issue of the And New York's Gov. NelsonA. their yearn lo supplement the there wet iinnoiiiued iiiKteud,
"Tupsa a Swedish term for paper will reprint correctly that
little port of the advertisement 'In which Rockefeller, while suspectedof pittances from the (real Tbe CkrUUaa telnet Unite It girl. Hitchcock preferred the error occurred, In the event t presidential ambitions, had I'. H. Treasury, sons n holy sour to keep Ih.11t'1I"le .

It's for you Now don I tie op the ar. all afternoon I'm expecting M bapol1aatIlIDaI1' Nathalie.to her real name, which Is time correct element...Iu.would'.... The render NEWS the no Inside track. Yet, Goldwaterand see I cleIMtident on the miinnnNiittcitd
will reduce the price of the ..dv.r.tll.m.nt Rockefeller were the only But UK CM, 'lit I'oohbiihH held dawn by thc snot
True to the traditions of her by an amount equal, to real prospects In slrht. iil"> their hundx and Kind "N ly, Kl U S. ,'c"Mury. Thc rally
UnlimitedThat of the intel .
II Hypocrisy Swedish ancestry, Miss Hedren the Me p..Ctnt..ron'OUI or emitted spec.Ce copy Goldwater in the- spring of if you want to continue to get Inll cry won "Sei'k yt flint Ihi
is enamored with two ,virtues represented . _ 1963 had commented from the U S. Trimmy the US Tiinxury. and nil thing
on talk
striking speech which Such r bcninu
was I ( consultation cannot properly of the monty thai watt will fallow lifter "
Mr.' Anaitat Mlkoyan, drat deputyto be made (n Mr Mlkoyin points out in I .>tf.; ': :. Ss: :> .' the that two he and Rockefeller were tukuh away from thy (pry see
Premier Nikita Khrushchev, made the cue of Sarawak and Sabah) when main Republican hopes chock for lo them many ytari For thin wan. an era when
al Jakarta last week. s country li under foreign occupation.We CAP RUG ARAB "U we're so hard up that we then like the Illicit "f the Gold there wan onfulon about

Appearing on the time platform at may auppose, therefore, that when ,.::1-:;' } jai ACARINA.1 lot VI have only Rockefeller and Gold. thou mum toil not neither must many thing In a place tailed
President Sukarno of Indonesia, the the Russians leek to ascertain the true waterw.'r.. In a hell of a thee spin for if thou turn more \litntm and a place tailed
Russian leader gave vigorous support wishes of the Poles, Hungarians and 8UVAeLt.AMOS shape" than 2\ dollars per work, you I.ann. leglnnn of the Great Land
to Sukarno contention that the peopleof East Germani, they will ant of all ,\ 'IIO'i'i 2i lIuHI ATtN.E.I.I< .I I C:.t This was while he was still toot' !Socml' I !Stcinilt' e. fnughl and died, and while

Sarawak and Sabah (in North Bor- withdraw their troops from those countries IC"ypr7. :28.1hluftin I SC E ASSC35CS saying all he wanted was reelection .\ Ihux end Mime people tailed It war, the
neo) should be consulted by plebiscite S.I\'un' tph.lh .. ICS I D U 5 T to the Senate Hischances was. rat The a mighty protect PoohhahH acid nn, It oat nit
up Pnnhhahx
(( to whether they really want to be Similarly, we may suppose that when nii.il JtIK' :l9. :\a grd! I II t A G t. . .. 'must .have begun to .< ... were,. war, It was advising.Newsfeofures .
part of the Malaysian Federation, which the Runlini leek to ascertain the true 10 :\, in.i.l: :U. .\h rnuuu L t M 0 N A 0 F. L A r.I anon oeuer 10 mm as the sum. ;- :...;

they joined last September along with wishes of the Czechs, Bulgarians and I 11) Manor Ilhllk t T A. TAD r I t L t mer wore on. ? [
Malays and Singapore Romanlani, they wlU not deploy armored I lulu' ; :U.I'tUloIU M I R t. R U 6 I C. 0 N In September 1963, it was iiThiAP
Mr. Mlkoyen aid he could not crept divisions along the border, or U Lull IIIUK loIln' ARt' 0 c. A R I N A learned he had reserved the en.
the survey taken by the United Nations mike any sort of threats against them 14, Muddy :U. Lilild IIIt.lI- tire 15th floor In a hotel In San
NET 5. N It D T E: C- By SYD KRONISHA
million Jut August, which Indicated if they vote the wrong way. pool err Francisco for this July when the
that the people of Sarawak and Sabah The Mikoyin doctrine of iclf-deteo! I n Hul: lai Jb <;UoIloIlIl"; SOLUTION Of YISTMDAY PUZZLE Republican convention was C.S: COMMEMORATIVE stamp reminding American

wanted to join the new federation. munition points within Runli itself. Ii lb. Routing J8 Backbone being held there. citizens to "reguter and vote" \will be Issued Aug, 1
British forces were there st the time, he planning to take a plebiscite In the sidle 40 Channel! j, !Seine e.., Actuate Yet, a little more than a week to coincide with a nonpartisan the
he pointed out, and this made the Ukraine? Among the people (If they 18, C.UIIIS 41, Wild 4. Crruln 9. \aull later, he was telling newsmen 40 million of campaign aimed at
UN sampling Invalid survive) who occupied the Baltic countries 19 HraeedIrimruork animal hunt 10 Musical who asked if he was going to voting age who are not registered
Mr Mlkoyan statement will be of Latvia. Lithuania and Estonia 42 Small doors Mitutiuh symbol trr for the presidency "I've The Scent stamp will have Its first-day (eremonlIn /'s

noted with immense interest In Poland, before Ruiali gobbled them ups :21 !Snip: riHtmhunec *\. 41 Surges or DuldHln 12.: Laehn aid a thousand times I'm going Washington' ,
Hungary, Ettt Germany, Ciechoilovakls Perhaps a whole new era Is dawningIn IXW) \ b Turn on a mlllC drops to run for the Senate, nothing Po tma. General John A. .
Bulgaria and Romania Does it the Communist world, Or perhaps 11: : Itdbtl!> | god 1 kliehrn jl\1I1 1 i Labor more" Giflnouskl alto has announc:.:d vw ..eqA
mean they are going to be consulted is (it i( rather more likely) Mr Mikoyinli 2S. \\lun gadget 7 Horse .such union On Jan. 3, 1964, he announced that new pottage stamps honor
to whether they really want to be In .the preaching In someone .b.'. beck U: tntflic: :2 Sidriirp an east gait 20 Turkciuu his candidacy, And meanwhile, ins homemakers end radio tmt
present-day Russian Empire? At lo yard what he would never dare to practice suit lake the assassination of Kennedy tears plus a 4-cent pOI tal card

whether they really want to be under in his own.-Tits Globe and Mail qa I l. J 4 7 1 s f' 21 \\lfcof last November thrust Johnson publicizing: the important role of
Communist rule (Toronto) I Rsmsch'Ie Into the presidency with no one the Social: Security System will
IS' I ends to challenge his nomination at be tasted this year The Home

Heaven isn't that 2J Sticklers the Democratic convention next maker's stamp will mark the 50th
simple I y lor style month. anniversary of the paiiase of
24 Theme The president Is far and away the Smith-Lever Act which provided
I IS I. I. .11
can't legislate equality; you have to deserve if. You ctn't demand ; 23 I'reugtd the more experienced politician.He home economics experts Minn., ,
advise Sept.
YOU women on better 11
/' /e y 26 Puule came to Congress in 1937. ways to
; you have to earn it. You can't be handed an education or skill; 27 Thai girl Goldwater served several feed and clothe: their rami Ii... Dr, Robert H. Ooddard at Rot-
a " U 21! Lagers years on the city council in The stamp honoring "ham" radio well, N.M, Oct. 3.
you have to learn by hard work. You can't vote yourself security; you have il j ." 30( Siberians Phoenix, Aril., but he didn't hit operators will commemorate the American Mutic tttn at New.
4 f U l. ; a 7 latest big-time politics until he came SOUL anniversary of the founding York City Oct. IJ.
to produce for it and save for it. :U l \\mie- to the Senate In 1833. of the American Radio Relay As previously repor id In this

LI t H II II. tailed League. Dates and place of column, the Ooddard s t'''31s an
For hundreds ofyears false "leaders" have preached, "Give me your support eagles tr* Saw firtt-day ceremonies will be announced l-cent air mail while the others

sod I will care for you. I will take from others and give you a living you JJ ". 1J n :12, \\ lid Meter Washington later. are Collectors!-centers.
ee..e desiring firtl-diy
The wife .
anlmdl34.5kon] of Andrew Jackson
J'
don't have to work for". J7 a' JI JI foi sachool never went to Washing Four upcoming U.S. commemorative cancellations may send their ad-

iO ; ton while he stamps have been given dressed envelope., together with
: was president
i.
And fat those same hundreds of years men have been drugging themselves r:-* 37 (I'p salad Rachel Jackson died after her official dates and nieces of firtt- remittance lo cover the coat of

\ "r 41 ;r i4J plant husband was elected day ceremonies. They are: the tamps to be affixed to *'
t1/at pre.i.dent
into dream-and waking not in heaven but y
in above-mentioned po"
up purgatory.L 39 Bakervlupph but before his Inaugra- !Siaketpeare tamp at Strat sites

/ Werner & Swetey Adv p I ,, me 27 "'"" CC Nerrloreee tion. ford Conn, Aug. 14. marked no later than the date the
Mayo Broth,,, at Rochester.: stamp It to be Issued.0bt .
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This Weekend L Thursday, July 9. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5




Players' Meller-Drammer Is Y TODAY IN WASHINGTON



BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

'A Fate Worse than Death'

WASHINGTON (AP) FresU WASHINGTON (AP) -The LI.
dent Johnson has signed a bill brary of Congress has received
It's meller-drammer time Smith's office Friday and Sun more sinned against than sin to establish Campobello Island, a gift of 700 rare books from

AgalnlDo day nights at 7:30. ning!I" He urged anyone who Is one, the summer horn of the Leasing }. Roeenwald, AmerU
you desire to do dastardly Randall described this old- interested In doing comedy melodrama late President Franklin 0.Ri can bibliophile and art collector
deeds? Hanker for the life of fashioned melodrama as "The to come to the readings > +ssvelt, as an International L. Quincy Mumfoi J, Librarian

social ease as an heiress? Or saga of a noble heroine who Is even If they had never been on p.irl.The of Congress who announced the
yearn to be a clean living hero before legislation provides for gift Wednesday, said the books
nr heroine? stage the creation ot a U.S.-Canadlan Include the first Bible In German
"So If the summer doldrums
The Naples Players are lookIng commiseion to accept the home printed in Augsburg abort
for for their Rotary Hears have you down, Randall con and 10,ri>acre tract on the Island 1478 and a Latin Bible printed
you next pro "
tinued, and you find you can'tface l.iiUK
Just north of the border. In Venice In 1479.
duction a melodrama to be Rep Walker OnReapportionment anymore of TV's home runs The two countries will share The volumes will be added to

held In late August. According or reruns, make a point of coming c sts of the project.Yankee the Rosen w aid collection of
to Jack Randall, director of thepreseasonproduction"Just downtown Friday or Sunday more than 1,500 rare books already (

des evening and Introducing yourself in the library
serts" are meted out In the third to any of the following characters: Division Rosenwald, 73, who retired 25
act finale and the heroine Is "Carlotta Flower, our beatlful r j'r years ago as board chairman of
rescued from a "fate worse than young heroine who is more sinned Sears, Roebuck ft Co. and now

death" In this play which the against than etc., etc. Pals Sought B lives In Jenkintown, Pa., estafc.
players are looking for any fished the collection in the 11.
"Rodney Ramsgate, a wealthy,
.
of ,fcisary in 1943.WASHINGTON
number people to fill the I Ir though hen-pecked, husband and John Kennedy
various roles.
owner of the palatial home call AP The
;
and
Reading Weed's "A tryouts for ed 'Crossroads.' VISUAL I I INSTRUCTION I Duetri: Jtlct Daean mugs with actoi Ak mTimlroff Did you serve In the Yankee Treasury announced Wednesday

Dunstan Fate Worse "Felicia Ramsgate, his wife, on the Turkish location of Topkip Tam rte portrays drunken -ook In the Division in World War I P a sharp cutback In the amount

' than Death will or be. held Adrift on Life'sSeal" she epitome of aristocracy. mystery thriller film depleting the mploiti et a goup of International l Jewel thieves, John M. Kennedy, a recent arrival of money It plans to borrow In
at W. Roy "Dorothea, their coldsnob- the next three months. An Int.
, In Naples, Is trying to look
provement of more than $2 bU
bash who has
daughter designs dered art ,hackee every item up some of his buddies Kennedy lion In the government's cash
Business on our clean-living hero necessary for the entire sum told the NEWS that after 46 position is the reason.Undersecretary .
Up their not-so-French
"Marie
UtCu 1MVNATURE / inter Barring losses to mischievous years, he Is anxious to meet of the Treasury
French maid ,
f mice or bungling them-they have a lot of reminiscing Robert V. Roosa said the
, After Pulling "Casslus Carstalrs.adesper- hr bean, the family had every to do. He served for Improvement was due mainly (o

date, dyed-ln-the-wool, vllllan- thing It needed The cooler 19 months in France and pre a reduction In expenditures

Gun On Gus meanman who has our heroine GAL was packed with blocks of lake vious to that served on the Mexican In April, Roosa announced
Negroes r in his clutches Ice, sides of ineit and a keg border searching for Pancho plans for borrowing about $4
"Cokle Joe, his confederate- In he served billion In mldJuly. But he said
of beer Panels of flour and Villa World War 11
ATLANTA, Ca. (AP) A res. Wednesday, this will be reduced
type cohort Ann UBsjtllle Bowes lined the house. with the O.S. Maritime Service
who pulled By sugar store
taurateur a pistol io to 11 l billion or $2 billion through
"Sllcker Carter the nineteenthcentury's
chase away three Negroes, says REP LORENZO WALKER f Firewood was stacked high for Just recently he attended the 45th September and that the only

he has since been receiving finan. State Rep Lorenzo Walker answer to Michael stoves, fireplaces and ovens; reunion of the 104th Infantry Wt- Immediate borrowing will be In
clal support from over the coun. discussed with Shane, detective Folks who whiz up the Adirondack voyage at Arrowhead Hotel, also cans of kerosene for lamps and erans Association the form of Increase of $100
yesterday members
try to aid his legal tight of the "vex 'Burgess Lendahand, our Mountains by superhighway at the top of Fourth Lake i i n i illles lanterns. The only things left Kennedy first came to Naples million a weok In weekly Treasury
"Only today, a businessman Naples of Rotary clean-living, brave, noble, upstanding or plane little realize the mar bound for fifth, sixth or to buy were fresh milk and last winter on a two month vacation bills
walked in with $100," Lester tug problem reapportlonmem"at all-Amerlcan hero- velous changes in travel over seventh Lakes now strapped yeast. These came dally by He decided that he liked
the club's luncheon
Maddox said "It's not primarily weekly type." the last 60 Back around themselves and their baggage Pickle Boat Kids would wait, It so much he sold out his business A 31-m 'ry travel terminal i la
merchants who're sending In meeting at the Beach Club Hotel host of other characters years he built lljmumalnu .h ,
"A due to at -< <>
another and
returned
onto buckboard
The docks
1900, it was an all-day proposition palls in hand, on their to Naples approximately
money, but they're the oneswho've Walker was Introduced by pro In smaller are also need 'mile' near the heart nf downtown
parts between Fourth and Sixth until the 10 days He
to from Utica to floating store came ago
just
got the most to lose by chairman David go .
r gram Splngler. ed Randall said Tokyo, m 1967 Tlir 181 < million /
was formidable due to Just purchased a home at 1266
integrating" Harold Jester presided In the the Fulton Chain of Lakes (about logs, by. mill
ti
MIIIKuit oICO
48 refused to how 75 miles When the old-timers rocks, mud-holes and humps Michigan Ave, and said that ;
Maddox )
say absence of President Vlnce Wood Mr, Bowes, 5r., says sum Ituitdins in Japan, alt r> u huh
he has received since last vacation At Sixth, a smaller steamer any veterans of the Yankee Division
much
came up on they stayed
Walker outlined events leadIng mers were happy and relaxed (+eh'I it, >pl hum ntomiiuil,
Friday, when three Negroes None of this in-and-out waited to ferry the remaining can get In contact with
up to the recent Supreme then Folks cams to the woods end will Iv. I uIY, lid with thrtrihighwii
tried to eat at his restaurant hardy vacationers to their him there.
Free Africa business There were no roads! respective
Court decision that both the Senate in a holiday mood and remained / ) ih, tihwiiy I'ttkmunJ
"We don't have much money My father-ln-lawNaples resident resorts Needless to Kennedy is a veteran news I.iki helm Pur,
and House of Florida, and that way. They enjoyed marsh- nimby
yet but It's increasing daily'he C.V. Bowes, Sr. a longtime say, my father-in-law was one paperman also. He started out
several other be mallow roasts and 150
states must big sings.
added, "and it shows a won. of the last located far as a and later
Adirondack descri up on newsboy
young
derful expression of support" elected on the sole basis of pop From Whites sportsman people might stroll up to the circulation
Seventh Lake Somewhere round and
was promotion
bes the back in
When the Negro theological ulation. He said the original reason rugged journey Eighth Lake beach for a picnic
'6 p.m. the tired Bowes brood district for the I hlla-
+, students attempted to Integrate for Initiation of the suit which 1898. It began at 6 a.m. in and zesty swim Fishing was manager
the restaurant, Maddox drew a resulted In the Court's decision the Utica depot where entire would straggle ashore, 11 hours great He could catch 3-and delrlila Public Ledger at Atlantic

pistol and provided ax handles concerning Florida's legislature Kenyatta Aim families would pile onto steam and many aching bones from 4-pound brookles right off hU City, NJ. He then owned a

for his customers and employes. Is distribution of racing taxes chuggers for the short run toHerWmer. home (Today Ir takes 11/2 pier into August, or scores of nursery business, but after that

The Negroes left, but one of and secondary road funds There, they changed hours by carl) bass any afternoon More Important decided it was time to retire.

the students swore out a war. Walker said he did not know LONDON (AP) Rulers of trains for Fulton Chain (now you could leave your He sold out and moved to Naples
rant against Maddox on a pistol Britain's former African col. Thendara). Between this logging WORK REMAINS "to do some fishing."
at this moment what course of pole,your pack, even your purse
pointing charge. onies moved Into a concerted town and Old Forge, a rough Despite their fatigue, there !in the woods and find
action Governor will anywhere
"I'll go to jail before I Inte. Bryant pursue drive today to free all Africans road ran, so travelers switched was work to do. Piles of stores, untouched There day, the Adirondack are only Aw 11.111aehM a"acw, Awq
grate," Maddox said "And I'll regarding the Court decision. from white rule and unit their shipped up two weeks In advance, it days later 2 or houri from any up- SEMINOLE 'GENERAL STORE
to buckboards. away
take any suit all the way to the Bryant has until July 16 to appeal continent they had bounced up By to noon First, stood on the docks Mrs Bowes were honest people then. state New York city tout, It's 1177 Third St., So.
Walker said several
U.S. Supreme Court to see If It.
Lester Maddox Is right or the bills are being readied for Con The drive was sparked by Lake 6r., had
Constitution Is dead." gressional action to nullify the Kenya Prime Minister Jomo Since there were no roads
After hearing conflicting test!: Supreme ftyyR'fal&oh'Jtyifraffected Kenyatta at the opening bust.along) tbaiChfllWKto' Gagle Kay
loony as to whether Maddox 30 'besa'sesslon' Wednesday of the (until 19C6/or'to' Raquette Lake>
over states
pointed a pistol at the three stu. weeklong conference of Com.m (until 1930)), steamers serviced
Walker said he thinks the unl- wealth leaders
on
dents a Fulton Civil Court all the
judge lakes Five orsixcruisesran
cameral now used
legislature,
said Wednesday there was "a In Nebraska In calm, measured tones, Ken. eacb 7 leyj and these were
justifiable issue" for a jury to possibilities only for Florida, may present If both yaita appealed to the other the high point of the trip

decide Commonwealth premiers to Crowds IV |9, 3QO strong would
the House and Senate members
Maddox was ordered held for united front the
form a on question aboard and
pack
trial In criminal court under$1,. are to be elected by the same of African liberation and singing laugh-
lug A slop w*$ made at each
000 bond people strictly on a population unity
hotel
and often
The restaurant owner said his basis (Nebraska's unica- newlyarrivingguests
business He called the roll of countries were greeted by a cheerIng -
has Increased
23 to 40 meral body Is composed of 49
cent In still ruled by whites but his section. A typical chant
per volume since Fri
members who are elected on a
day aides said he would specifically heard at the head of Fourth Lake
nonpartisan basis) Floridians attack the white minority gov.
went
are supposed to vote In November ernment In Southern Rhodesia !
BeaGolden on a legislative body of 43 and South Africa when the con. "Hokey Pokey jls-boom-bah.
senators and 112 representatives ference takes up the Issue of rickety rackety rah-rah-rah ...
"the progress of British terrl. razzle dazzle kitty-kat-kln ...
Walker pointed out that the lories towards independence." what's the !matter with Rocky .

Florida House has reapportioned This will probably com up FrU Point Inn?"

GateJ as required by law after each day. The steamers would end their

L U.S. Census, but he said the Senate -

years has not done so In many tl fle


The speaker credited the late

Ed Scott, who served as County
FREEGAS Clerk for many years, with get k

ting Collier County a favorable
break on secondary road funds rga

when he caused to be Included
In the formula for distribution vet
:jR j-
of gasoline taxes the consideration
of "land area"

Asked to define the term"pork
Walker said It
chopper, was ply,
given to small county legislators
who practiced conservative poli r jfl

tics. He said It derived from a _

r ee remark by a legislator who accused

his small county cohorts
of "chopping Into the pork bar

rel. _
Walker said he laid no claim
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era of 200 years ago which Princes Margaret wore at
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the Aviation Machinist's Mate St..11dn's, Church Her husband Lord Snowden, was decked 680 Tamlaml Trail No.
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Dodgers Take Naples Bradenton LegionAt t





Senior League Title, Friday NightThe



Thanks To PiratescyPress baseball Naples team travels American 120 Legion milesup

the west coast Friday to meet

295 bier Park with a doubleheader. Bradenton at 8 p.m. on the Palmetto .

backed Into Lodge the Senior Dodger Little The Pirates meet the Cubs at ," ....U.L_ ... High School field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

League season championship last 5:30 in a showdown for third 1.( Shut out by Bradenton on two

'night, as second -place Elks Reds place and the Red tangle with ,' n hits here June 28, Naples hopesto 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, July B, 1964

were setback by Lawyers Abstract the Dodgers at 8. ;:::: -''''' get some hits and runs Frida)'. -
-: Bradenton Is in second In
place
Pirates, 8.2. Jerry Rose pitched the Pirate JLk -,.;
In the second game of last to victory over the Reds. He the Legion district standings,be.

night's doubleheader, the Dod. gave up five hits and walked only hind unbeaten Fort Myers. Lema Leading In 2nd

ger were beaten by Collier Count two In the five-inning game. The Naples manager Rollie Rice
Motors Cubs, 6.4. But that Pirate also obtained only five has named Tom Hamilton starton

still left the Dodgers well In hits oft two Reds pitchers, but - :. the mound for Naples. Hamll.

front of the Reds The teams' benefited from 16 base on ball. -- ton came through with good per Round Of British Open

respective season records are The Reds cored once In the formance at Fort Myers last

12. and 9.7. brat Inning 01a walk and two week, holding Fort Myers score -

Senior League action this year error, but didn't get another run w less for more than five Innings. ST. ANDREWS, Scotland geance and the par of 72 seem

concludes Friday night at Cam. until the fifth, when Roger Mann a4 But the unbeaten Fort Myers boys (APChampagne Tony Lema, ed safe again.
w broke through with two ninth.
doubled and
Daryl Lyon singled. first
in Britain for the
The Pirate picked up two run r innings run to edge Naples, 7.6. playing remarkable four. Lema, having seen the Old
time shot
In the first inning one In the a w The local team has a 3.6 season a Course only once and that was
Peaks
and took the
68
HappyTo under.par today
third, four in the fourth, and one record with three games to Golf the day before, shifted his en.
lead in the British Open
A home tire route. One of the
in the fifth. play. game with Avon game en

Be TradedTo Three walk and Mike Matu.Ilak' Park next Wednesday afternoon, Tournament Lema had at a 141.two-stroke lead greatest wedge players In the

single featured the second and a July 27 game at Wauchula, game, Lema decided the sea
inning for the Pirates.Anoth M& v will close out the schedule. over Harry Weetman, Iong.hlt.tlnr side wind was too horrible to
British Ryder Cup star.
Steelers
tr run in the third, scored with GETTING THE LOW.DOWN-England' Mike Sangster can't reach much lower as he The San Leandro Calif., star, shot contemplate aimed at for the a flying wedge

PHILADELPHIA (AP)-CU- out aid of a hit, made It 34. attempts to return a well-placed sideline smash at Wimbledon. 54 Tee Off In winner of three recent tournaments pin.

rence Peaks, the sometimes A hit batter, five walks, and a on the U.S. tour, was the "I took a really big chance"

fullback of the Philadelphia single by Fred Moss led to four U.S.Vomen's Open first man to break 70 on the he said "I put the wedge backIn

Eagles since 1957' says he Is runs in the fourth. Rose tripledIn Victors In Both Halves wind-blown Old Course where the bag and said goodby. In.

happy to be leaving for the fLfth.lnnlng run. Moss and Golf TournamentSAN North Sea gales have blown up stead, I took a seven Iron and

the Pittsburgh Stealers aft.rWednesday' Rose had two hits apiece for the to 60 miles an hour for the two ran the ball to the hole."
AP
DIEGO Calif. ( ) -

al Football .League four-player trade.Nation. Pirate Held to one run and two hits Fifty-four of the nation's lead. days of 68 the was tournament.The one of the. classic Lema, 7.1 shot In the betting,

"It would be a pleasure to In the first six innings, the Dod. Holland Salley Team Wins Ing gal golfers, led defending hal. rounds on the famous course astonished the knowledgeableScots
champion Mary Mills top
,
play with 11 guy who are not gers attacked winning pitcher which Lema saw for the first by the way he conquered
lenger Mickey Wright and a
afraid to hit," Peaks said "Out Jerry Davis for three runs and time only three days ago. really difficult conditions
there they got II guys on the four hits in the seventh to close young upset threat, Sandra Hay. Weetman fashioned a 71 for
the Cubs' lead to 64. With nle, teed off today In the first Top players were taking any.
field who want to do a job, not two .
3rd Little CrownHolland
two or three prima donna try. runner in scoring position Da League round of the $10,000 United 143.A stroke behind at 144, was thing up to 80 or more blows in
States Women's Open Golf face of that showed
the a gale
vl
struck out the final batterto
Ing to get a bigger piece of the Bruce Devlin of Australia the

pie," he added. end the game. alley'* White soxwon ed unbeaten through the first half at 5:15 Friday at Cambler Park. Championship Play Is at the San Diego Coun. former plumber's assistant, who -how impolite oldest course"The in Old the Lady"the world
The Cub touched
Peak and linebacker Bob losing pit. their third straight Naples Lit. and 8.2 record in Jaycees have a 6.3 record and had his secondstralght72.Max .
cher Carlo Alfonso for nine hung up an try Club. It has women's par of -can be when she chooses.
Harrison were sent to the Steel. hit tie League championship last the second half. Standard Oil and Standard Is 5-4 for this half. 36.3773 and measures 6,470 Faulkner, last Briton to I
ers for flanker back Red Mack A walk and singles by Tom night, defeating Standard 011,3.0. Jaycees both had a chance until The 1964 all.star team was to yards. win the tournament, had his

and defensive back Glenn GlassIn Bell and John Abbott broughtin behind the shutout pltchingof last night. play the 1963 Little League all. Miss Mills, from Gulf Hills second 73 In a row for 146 as
the sixth deal under the free the first run for the Cub in Tucker. remains stars this afternoon at 2:3 0. The North Sea gales rocked the '
Only one game the Miss., won the U. S. Open last Venturi
second Getting ,
inning Three
wheeling regime of Joe Kuha* straight The champions won both halvesof Little League season for 1964. 1964 team is tuning up for It* year at Cincinnati's Kenwood course as they had Wednesday. .

rich, the new Eagles' coach. Chlckerlng singles by Jim and Steinbach David White, Rod the season outrlght.They romp. Jaycees will meet Standard Oillrl first tournament game in Sara* course in her second year as a Faulkner, one of the last of
,
Mack, a 5.foot.10,185.pounder head launched a three-run uprising sota July 23. professional. the beknkkered players, won Into Shape For
five hits
who played one season under in the third.A Though giving up and, Miss Wright, 29, now play out this title In 1951.
Kuharlch at Notre Dame has Tucker walked only one of Dallas but all of her younger Most of the Americans In the
walk and
Monty Hackney'slingle
struck out 10 Standard Oil bat. PGA TournamentNEW
been an effective deep receiverfor got one run back for the Baseball ,I,. Oil field were among the late start.
tern yesterday Standard years were spent in the San ers In the field of
the Stealers since 1960 de Dodgers in the last of the third 120. ROCHELLE N.Y. AP
( )
,
mounted Its most serious scoring Diego area, and the San Diego The winds which
spite surgery on both knee. but the Cubs struck for two run were the The Inevitable letdown that
threat In the fourth inning, when Country Club was one of her only thing to break 70
in the sixth to make It 64. Mike off with In. on open. comes with winning the Na.
Glass, former Tennessee star, Roundup Mark Allen led an most often played training Ing day returned with
a ven.
played the corner back positionon Santlnl doubled in both of those field single and Gary Hartford grounds. tlonal Open golf championship
runs. For the game, Davit aLlowed 3y THE .ASSOCIATED PRESS almost has run Its course'for
defense and returned punts doubled to right, sending Allento Mickey has won the U. S.
and kickoffs In his two NFL the Dodger six hits,walk By MURRAY CHASS year.old like Bunker, and you third. Tucker bore down and Open three times-she did not Ken Venturi, who says, "I feel

season with the Steelers. ed two, and struck out four. Associated Press Sport Writer have a solid reason why Baltimore struck out the next three bat. compete last year-and I Is ob. No Alibis As I'm getting In the pitch again."
Chlckerlng and Santini each When Hank Bauer played In 1* in front. ters. vlously favored to capture this "The Round Robin here
Harrison saw limited action got two hits for the Cub, and his first of nine world Series, The 120y.ar.o1d'rlpthander 12th annual event staged by the should be just what I need to

last season because of neck Hackney singled twice for the Wally Bunker was 4 year old. By MIKE RATHET piled up 97 strikeouts in 51 inn. USGA. get back on the beam," the articulate *

Injury. losers Bunker Is 19 now and Is the Associated Press Sports WriterAt Ings this season and walked only Sandra plays out of Phoenix, Carr Wins AtBig Ironmaster from San
their current the
I surprising ace of Manager pace, five. Opponents scored only three Ariz., but Is a native of Ft. Francisco added today. "It's a
Cub will win 74
Chicago only
Bauer's pitching staff in the earned runs off Tucker, who won Worth, Tex. Last year the tiny good tournament and there
Baltimore Orioles' drive for games but may wind up with seven games and lost one. Texan tied for second place. won't be too much pressure."I .

.1 their first American League three ZO.game winner Holland Salley got only two should be ready for the
Bob Buhl became the third CypressCharles PGA next week."
pennant.
.
hits off twoStandard Oil pitchers.
member of the Cubs' staff to
The PGA
The Orioles, three games In Joe Gratton walked In the first championship opens
front of second-place Chicago j beach the ID-victory plateau ,at and home dou Best PitchingYear next Thursday at the Columbus
Inning came on a Carr won top honorsin
and thlrd.place New York bat. the halfway mark of the season, (Ohio) Country Club and Ven
ble to left-center by David Bar. the "no alibi tournament"stag
GUEST HOUSE tie Cleveland tonight In a dou. 120OK when be. foui-hlts-W.jn shut out San Francisco.. ley. An ; and; four walks al* ed yesterday by ,members of the, turf will enter the event as pne
esy.be4" ''' favorites
of the with de
winiW LoomingFor along
bleheader. Bunker 8.2, Is .Iatedter' lowed trie1 tor 4ck plat Big Cypress Golf and Country
tore the Giants tookIkesecondgame
pitch the second game with two 'more rune in the third. Bll. Club Men's Golf Association fending champion Jack Nicklaus '
Milt Pappas going In the open. of the doubleheader' 7.2Bringingr ly Hatcher singled in the fifth Bob Buhl an arrangement whereby golfer and Arnold Palmer
his 'record to 10 I
Nicklaus Is this
playing weekIn I'
.
er
but forced out. The
was only
toreplaybadshots
was permitted
FOR RENT A 170,000 bonus baby, Bunker with his'teammates third shutout, Bull player with more than one hit CHICAGO (AP) Bob Buhl In numbers equal to his handicap. the British Open at hallowed
got his chance to start earlier joined Larry Jacl. the Cubs' St. Andrews and Palmer Is tuning *
11.5 in the game was Hartford. Chicago 35.year.oId So the declaration, "I'll play that
and
this season when Injuries rid. son, Dick Ellswortl The league champions were right-hander, could be headed one over" was heard frequently up for the only major pro
died 10.8, as possible 20-game wlif.ners title he hasn't won, but Venturi
Bauer's staff Neither towards Ms best
managed this season by John pitching year around the course.
Bunker nor Bauer ever could and gave the Cubs a ihqt lamurrl, assisted by Bernle Orat since his heyday with the Mil. 1* sharpening his game in the
have received a better break. at duplicating a feat that hasn't ton waukee Braves. Carr posted a score under the $25,000 Wykagyl Round Robin

FOR TWO For Bauer, the break could been accomplished In the N4- Buhl recorded his 10th vie arrangement of 413778. Clar. here.

lead to his first Series since tlonal League In 41 years tory of the season and his third once Davis won second with 41. This Is a mathematical night
Celtics'
1938 and his first as a manager. Ernie Brogllo, the heralded Russell shutout with a slick f ur.hlUerand 3980. mare in which 16 leading pros

The season, of course, is not trade acquisition from the St. To Conduct Free a 2-0 decision over the San play each other in a 90-hole( ,
Louts Cardinals who was sup. Big Cypress Pro Phil Darby four-day marathon In which the
Located on the edge of Naples Bay even half over for the AL con. Francisco Giant in the openerof
posed to step In as the No. 4 shire listed team members who winner is decided on the basisof
Cool breeze comfortable twin beds, tenders A three-game lead to. Basketball Clinic a doubleheader Wednesday.Buhl .
man, hasn't won as a Cub. lie will represent the club In the holes won and lost. Every
could be
day a three-game deft scoffs the he
and other utilities. Private dock for cit next week. But lost his fourth straight as Willie BOSTON (AP) BUI Russell, suggestion win. next Southwest Florida Inter.Club man plays every other in the
the Orioles star of the world championship might become a 20-game
May powered his 24th homer League action scheduled for Sat. field The winner Is the one who
boating and fishing. must be considered a threat to Boston Celtics of the National ner, topping his best seasons
for the Giants In the nightcap, urday at Lehigh Acres, and an. winds with the biggest plus
dethroning the perennial cham. Basketball Association will with the Braves 18.8 In 1956 up
con.
called after seven inning be. pounced Big Cypress players will holes
score-most won.
pions, the Yankees.With duct free basketball clinics this and 18.7 in 1937.
cause of darkness at the light tee.off between 10 and 11:13 a.m. Venturi, as Open champion,
Bunker leading the weekend in four "The goal I have Is to have
MI 2-4167 pitching staN and Brooks Rob. less Wrigley Field. communities. Mississippi just a winning season and help Lehlgh Acres Pro Bill Hough is the favorite but he will have

Inson and Bong Powel'', pacing The triumph-ending the Gl. this club go further than any. announced there will be no shot stern competition from such

the hitters the Orioles have ants longest losing streak of the body expected," said Buhl, now gun start, Derbyshire said. players as Bill Casper Gene

been in first place except for season at four games-kept sec. League In his 12th major league season Players are to arrange their Littler Tommy Bolt, Bob Ros

five days since June 14. They ond-place San Francisco IVi and his third with the Cubs, who own transportation, Darbyshire burg and Dave Marr.

haven't been lower than second games back of the front.run. acquired him from the Bravesin said, and listed the following as After winning the Open with

since May 19. nlng Philadelphia Phillies, who LeadersAmerican a 1962 swap for pitcher Jack the team Dale Williams, Dick two brilliant closing rounds

The race seems to have set. were rained out of a scheduled Curtis. Vance, Bob Baker, Dick Roberts, Venturi got caught on the mer

tied down to a three-way battle game with St. Louis. League Buhl, whose 16 starts this season Don Page Dale Uhlich, George ry-go-round that awaits all maJor *

Baltimore, Chicago and New In the only other game sched. Batting (200 at bats)-Allison, have been marred by only Lozier, Ed DuBane, Norman champions.

York. uled In either league, home runs Minnesota, .336; Oliva, Mlnne. four defeats, has not had a win. Herren, Don Lander, Gil New. There were appearances,bust
C You Don't Have The White Sox, though, may by Manny Mota and Willie star. sota, .333. nlng season since a 16.9 effort ton, Tom Treadwell Allan Fos. ness deals, commitments and

be frustrated by the Yankee gell triggered Pittsburgh to a Runs-ollva, Minnesota, 63; for the Braves In 1960. ter, Ed Covington, Clarence Da. exhibitions. He failed to make

To Be Rich complex. That's the feeling that 9-1 victory over Cincinnati. Allison, Minnesota, 60. Buhl naturally doesn't suggesthe vis, Bill Cunningham, Bob Hart the cut In the Cleveland Open

says Chicago just can't beat Mota started the scoring for Run batted In Killebrew, Is doing anything differently nett, Jim DeVogt, Charles Carr, the tournament that followed the
New the Pirates with a tworun horner ,, Minnesota Open, and he won only $900 In
York. The White Sox may 64StuartBoston,61.; after all these year of big Ed Moyer, Fred Pauly and
To Go Places not really feel It, but It 1 I. fact off Jim Maloney in the first Hits Ollva, Minnesota, 113; league pitching. George O'Green the $125,000 Whltemarsh Open
The Yankee, on the other and Stargell put It out of reach Hinton, Washington, 96. last week In Philadelphia.W. .

hand, Indicated In the last se. with a three-run shot In the Doubles -, Allison, Minnesota, '

rles with the Orioles that It's not sixth Bob Veale, 8-6, and Al 23; Bressoud, Boston, 20.

time for their pennant drive McBean held the Reds to four' TriplesYastrzemskl, Bos. 1

- After blowing a 8.2 lead In the hits. ton and Vertallea, Minnesota

eighth one night, they came 8; Fregost. Lo, Angeles, 6.

.. back the next night and lost 7.4 At the ,tart of the bueball Home run KlUebrew, MInnesota State e

when two errors gave the Orioles season Henry Aaron of Milwaukee 30; Powell, Baltimore d

three run in the eighth. hud a career average of 320 and Allison, Minnesota, 21. League

Put that kind of play together fur 10 seasons aa compared to Stolen bases-Aparlclo, BaJtl. N 7By

9 rtwwsy with such positive performances \tie IJ-y iraverage of.315 owned more, 31; Wels, Chicago, 13. r TMgL

a* a pair of one.hltter by a 19. by \Mlit May of San Francisco: Pitching (8 decl.lonl-Ford, OCIATD PRt1B6

__ _mm _ ___ New York, 10.2, .833; Bunker,
Baltimore, 8.2,..800.StrikeoutsFord W. L. Pet. G.B.

: Baseball StandingsNational ,I New York, : Lakeland 7 1 .873 -

101; Radatz, Boston and Wick a Ft. Lauderdal. ., 1 .873 -

American League ersham, Detroit, 100. St. Petersburg' S .583 2
League ( Tampa 8 5 .543 2V4
Baltimore 48 28 .632 i
47 28 ..627San
Philadelphia National League '
48 32 .600 1 L.. Chicago 44 30 .595 3 Miami 5 7 .417 4
YOU CAN GET Fran .
at bats
Cincinnati 42 36 .539 '6V. New York 45 31 .592 3 Batting ((200 ) Cit.mente Daytona Beach4 6 .400 4'
.350
Pittsburgh WIl.
Minnesota 43 37 ; '
.538 7 Sarasota 3 7 .300 5
41 35
6',4
Pittsburgh .539
Hams Chicago and San
Mays
Detroit 38 39 .494 10 Orlando 2 '
WHATEVER CASH Los Angele3S 39 ,494 10 Boston 38 41 ,) Francisco, .337. t 7 .222 5Vi
.481
ll'J Wednesday's Results
St. Louis 39 40 .494 10 Runs-Mays San Francisco
Los Anreles37' 44 .457 13'',{ Daytona Beach 6 Sarasota S (12
,
Chicago 37 39 .487 10'iMilwaukee
67 Allen Philadelphia 13 WII.
is NEEDED FROM usi 3S 40 .487 10V4 Cleveland 34 42' .447' 14 (Hams; Chicago, 50. ; ; Innings)
Kansas CltySl 47 .397 18 Miami 3, Lakeland I
Houston 37 43 .463 12V4
batted
Run In-Mays, San
Washlngton32 51 .383 lilY Tampa 3, Fort Lauderdale 2
York 2) 58
New .284 27
Francisco, 58; Boyer St. LouiS,
Wednesday's Results Wednesday's ResultsNo St. Petersburg 7, Orlando 3

Our Vacation Money Serviceis Chicago 2.2.Ban Francisco, games. play.d.Today" Games. 54.Hits Clement, Pittsburgh, .Star Thursday's Game at gameAll Fort Lauderdale .

second game 7 Innings, dark. Baltimore at Cleveland 103 Williams, Chicago, 100.
2.
tops in convenience.It's ness twUlght Double Williams*, Chliago.
Pittsburgh 9, Cincinnati 1 23 22.
; Clemente Pittsburgh,
New York at
quick and it's easy, too. St. Louis at Philadelphia, Minnesota at Kansas Washington City,, N N Triple Santo, Chicago, 8: Title Companyof

postponed, rain Boston at Detroit, N Plnson Cincinnati, Calllson.
Only games scheduled.Today's and Clemente
Philadelphia ,
Chicago at Los Angeles, NFrldoly' Naples
rlfll Games 6.
team up te $600 Game Pittsburgh, a
San Francisco at Mays, San Fran.
Chicago Home runs- ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
Chicago at Los *
Cincinnati at Philadelphia. N twl-nlght Angeles, 2. Cisco, 24; Williams, Chicago,20. Pcppard Bldg.

G.A.C.:: FINANCE: St. Louis at New York, N Minnesota at Kansas City Stolen bases Wills, Los An. Ml 2-MS9
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh N at Detroit 2 1'1Bo.ton ll.s, 29; Harper, Cln Innatl 011 Fifth AT*., So.Cypress .
CORPORATION Los Angeles at Houston, N , twl-nlght and Brock, St. Louis, 18.
Baltimore at '
281 Ninth Street South Friday' GamesSt. Cleveland, N Pitching (8 decisions) Bun. W.J. \

Louis at New York N nine, Philadelphia, 9-2, .818; Mee/ee.

Naples, Florid-r. .. Telephone Midway g.5I TtQAKIs"MA"oi Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N Third base coach T,,-nyCucunrlli Farrell Houston 10.3, .769.' HEAD 1Il' TER- Huge Buster Mathii, 298-pound amateur ,II.

MSIDiNTTor All Nun TOWNS Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, N of the Chicago N4ge,i Strikeouts Koufax, Los Angeles from Michigan, shows his headhunting form against a hen -

) TO San Francisco at Chicago Sot broke in with Syracuse in ,he 1311 Drysdale, Los An. normal-size heavY'Aelght.ta5..e Mathis will be sharp-

Los Angeles at Houston, N International. League In 19;6. geles,121. shooting for the Olympic ch: ipionship in Tokyo in October.



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: .. Thurac!.". July t. U61 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS .,

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l', Many Companies Reporting




Record Earnings In QuarterNEW


AI /
YORK (AP)-American Ou Pont and Parke, Davis t

business Is riding a profit wave Co. In this group. Most steel

as spectacular as any chat- companies are expected to Join

tented by the surfboard set.A the list by the end of the IJ'Iiblot 'INdlt'tl'l2207

; Hood of earnings reportsfor month. The big motor companies fi

: the second quartet. is start. are considered sure

Ing Early tallies and estimates members of the club.

reveal only a small minority of Retail chains reporting *o far

companies that aren't dolnr are almost all In the plus

: better than Many column, Included Pen.
a year ago. are J. C. I

are reporting new highs for the ney, 8. H. Mary, Federated CLASSIFIED RATESRates 8-Autos For Sale 49-Hoo For Rent

,' 1 quarter. Some are setting rec. Department Stores, Bullock's,
: ,
< !; : F 0' 1.1. III' o..n. 51 Chovy t bedroom house furnlshad.'
':- {"" < r ( ords for any three.month periodIn Marshall Field May Depart. Effective April 1, 1964Q" 4 door Stdtn .- Automaticlood call NI' 2 9590 1I7.tf
conditi but otftr
'' their history. ment Stores, Associated Dry ;
: ttitllSxrv
/ '' I Inn ''I COM bt ttn it
,\ The good news Is encouragingthe Goods, Allied Stores Russeki, ,ct Stttion Trail" .t con RENTALSW.
L.". "" bulls In the stock market. and Lane Bryant. /. Q ollitr C oiotfj/ i/lcM 'rol, 'JLZ.l I Htvt Thorn

Also gladdened are the hearts Executives of a number of the ION Chivy 4 0,. SId. Trans 2 bedroom lunl.h.d "om..
PUBLISHED DAILY Good ttcond car Ml' } 20M. Noor S.. Qitt School 1100 per
of shareowners who hope for nation largest corporations are 7/1 IIisn mo

further Increases In dividends.The on record as predicting that (Except Monday & Saturday) I ThundtrbirdHtrdtop R 4 hudroom furnithtd, apt nlct

_, U.S. Treasury will be a the rate of the profit Increasesmay Collier Florida H. .Powtr window, tint Ftc. btdroom 110 per mot unfurn, ,thtd tptttovt
Noplti. County, '
- big winner, too. Even at the slow a bit In coming tory air cond,t,onm|. Low milt,' 4 ..I. 167 M ptr mo
. Ml I 4104 ttttr I PM ..
| 3 btdroom 2 batS Fl room
LINDBERGH OF THE DEI'TIIS-Rarely photographed Jon lowered tax rates on corporate months but that the figures will .,. 4/ittf cir port Stove 4 r.l. N. Nt

Lindbergh, 31 son of the legendary flyer Charles Lindbergh Incomes the record gross earn. stay well above those of a year ., .'. .'' sS > > .: EVERYBODY LIKES A WIN plot 1 1100 per me ,
bodronm I bith Mttr Kwik
is shown, left in decompression chamber of a research ship tugs will mean a flow of tax ago.They .. NCR HCREARESF0RYOu Chik 190 ptr mo

1 off the Bahamas, after spending 48 hours at a depth of 42$ receipts. The b t g g e r-than.ex. like many stock traders LOCAL RATES TO.tool CHOOSE F.leon 4 FROM dr Dtlunt Stl 4 btdroom.. i bath family, room
perted Jump In profits In the already have put 1964 down in : AT R4M imo I '.e' "n" room 4 elca. Un
feet In a special, inflatable rubber chamber. His companion; ., Win a irnIs S.d .c.pt .Iov. So,.

Robert Steniut. Geographic Society picture: being extended through the able, In terms of dollar totals, 3 or 4 Con cutivt 'Initrtient. pir In., -.. ._ lit 1962 17 PRICED Mleh.1I' RIGHT Boil 50 HP budroom 2 bith .c.n.d.

latest period. In American business history. I Coni.cutivt Inttrtiont. par \\tnt _ ._ Ultt tng,nt Boil trt"Itr ,included p.eh. car b..eh pot. Unlurn On canal., 'ncopl Van.darbilt
Conitcul Inttrt,ont. per lint _. III Summtr ,it h... I9>>0 tlovt 4 rif SIts mo
pOI
Earliest reports are from cor 1961) Inttrntt,ontl I cyl long
poratlons with fiscal years end. tAb,,. ret. Ipplv 10 I pt. Iyp.. Count 41t ..v.rus.cordu whttl b.... ctb and ch....> SEECAIUIIBEAN
Suit for firm truck til JO 00
to ISO 1.111 I
REALTY
Ing ahead of the calendar year, BUY IT RIGHT
I so that their second Cotton LUFF GMC INC "Wh... C".lom" Sand Thar,
County CourtAmong quarter ExchangeIn : 421 oIl! It N Ml I 1270 ,,..nd,"
books were closed before June .. .; ':, :: .' ', ,; ;. ITS 1 101Jf.SPAPEI North Truil 1.11 7 51557S.
.
30. But the nation's banks are \ T h. 511

reporting for the April May. New Orleans AU !UUZE. -r-b.droom fur,, houtt Ont.n.l

10 defendants fallingto causing a disturbance, $35 each. June quarter and most of them MINIMUM CHARGE 75< on w,th tCCMt to Gulf 7/1.11 MlI '

appear In County Court Mon Larry F. Myers paid a fine show gains over last year. Of. Closes DoorsNEW NOIfOVTOI rout

day and forfeiting bonds was of $35 on a charge of failure to flclals of many of the large 8.pt. type charged. 1 lit lines !4-Trade or Sell

Thomas J. Bryan. Hewas charged yield right-of-way. Roy L. In- corporations yet to report form. ORLEANS, La. (AP) 11-pt type charged aa 2 lines APVUTII11 tOLUt..

with Improper tag display, gram paid a fine of $35 on a ally also are on record as estl. The New Orleans Cotton Ex. 14-pt t\p charged ai 3 linos Will houtt tr.dr for l land tqu,t,in> ,City r. Lake or Counly ParS.

violation of restrictions, parking charge of speeding. On a speedIng mating that the gain over last change a historic futures 30-pt. type charged ai 4 lines Clll Ml' ? 4?"l tttfTHAUk. '
year will be substantial. market where fortunes were 40-Auloi Repairs a Parts POll LOT L.'.. fbtdroom
and charge Harry B. Forrester A lines
I on highway operating the al. 34pt. tjpe charged aa 1 bith homo pr ctdtl
big
Among companies once made and lost during a sin. .100.
a vehicle without driver's li- paid a $30 fine. 111 M.rl8ao piymtnt
ready reporting increased earnings gle day of trading- eases op All Classified) Ads are crsh with order unless l>t pir mo Wart city lot
His bond On a no driver's license charge LOOK HERE!
cense. was for $155. are American Telephone eratlons today Advertiser has entahlis'iod' account with the NEWS. CARIBBEAN REALTY, J7SO N
Other bonds ordered Russ Stevens was given an option Trill Ml I (IK.
estreated t Telegraph Firestone Tire t
Across the nation more thana
I by County Judge Richard M. of $50 or 50 days. JamesE. Rubber and Douglas Aircraft. score of commodity, exchangeswill DAILY DEADLINE 10 AM Day Prior Publication Wondering where to go 0/25.bidroom lImItS now Custom built

Stanley when defendants failed Daniel was sentenced to $25 Preliminary estimates also put suspend operations and observe SUNDAY DEADLINE 10 AM FridayAll With your car problems homo Nttr town bach and'Cauhotis

to appear Included those of Bernard or 25 days on a speeding charge. one minute of silence at Ads Must Be )In / Victory Finish, Paint' Jobs in bun church 0' out'What Wr.lt htvt CoIl'you,.,
Uahtfoce Type Wrecks Rokailtteloaupo
F. Zarnlck charged with Shirley J. Graham was Found not noon to mark the passing of the alZ&.IOt57Hou"l CO""I" News, Son IM7 Ate

speeding. $30; Michael R. Povla, guilty on a charge of falling to Find ForecastsOf 93.year.old New Orleans .x. National, per line . 30< Front end tl,snmtntMotor

speeding. $30 David E. McClln- have vehicle under control.SUSPENDED change.C. Clarified Display, per inch . $1.75 OvtrhiulTrtntmiii For Sale
Layton Merrltt president of 'on robeiltLubrication
ithan, speeding $30; Elmer G.
Sonic Boom the exchange, blamed the rOVe Llki Front homo I
Banks and valid blocks from
speeding no Paul Casso charged with Interfering Cr05.5Fetish
ernment's price-fixing system bile" end A..II Drug Slo,..
driver's license $55; James P. with prisoners was and proposed government financing S W.. CBS. I bidroom t II.'h Cy.

Gary Improper headlights $35)) given a 30-day suspended sen Very Complex of cotton Industry coop. Pen look any, furthersee prtit pintltd floors' Enolic living room Itndnctp ttrrtno .

Freeman D.Wood,speeding,$40; tence. Suspended sentences of eratlves as final blows to his Ing 124.500 00. 1/SIt

Verlln T. Smith and Bobby J. $35 or 35 a of WASHINGTON historic Institution. Ingram Chevrolet Inc.
days on charge (CAP) Tests Announcement .Pin.,, Ridge, home on en scre
Rose, charged with vagrancy and vagrancy and causing a disturbance over Oklahoma City show that "We cede our role 11the BIG I iso tth at, "N' 1.11'1101 lot tonid tcriculturtl, 1 btdI .
cloud market place to the secretary of Nitltt. PI*. room, I bath scram porcha
and 60 days in jail for layers winds, turbulence, SALE STARTING JULY 8 PlAZA BEAUTY SALON I yttn 112.ooo to 7/UI
resisting arrest without vio- varying air temperatures or agriculture, the cooperativesand uza I. Tarnani' Trait
densities occasionally can treat to history," said Merritt. G & G MERCANTILEIN MIdway' S Sell 44-Mobtla Homes Spacious 4 bodroom 1 bith
lence were given Earl D. Hardl- .
3 CorporationsIn CBS Aft 10 mot Nit Iwlmmini
ly magnify sonic booms or dead. The end of the exchange will MARCO
I HI Nan Moon SO'Kin' pool tnd boil tack Hout
man.William en them to whispers, the Fed. come when exchange secretary Oroctrltt are *t 10% dliceunt Cloud in icritnid porch atnitt tacos lo.d Naplao Soy, 05'or
Collier County C. Corbitt requestedand eral Aviation Agency reports. Edwin C. Plnac raps his gavel Drugs 4 Htrdwirt tt 30'% dietFllhing ,. Butlnett Opps.Ctttrlnf Sprlni An.I... .Farad,.. S.. bad h..rI. Wilt 5acrl.
ticklf tt 40% dltcmint 7/5.51
Trtlltr ptrli, 7/1.rOI\ tict tor t4200000Nttr
Receive Charters was granted a jury trial on This means that It Is more dtf. at 12:01: p.m. Eastern Standard Shan 4 Clothing' .it mtrktd

charges of vagrancy and causing flcult than sound engineers for. Time In the three room suite STORE EQUIPMENT Lunch Trued for sal"*. 45-Trailers For Rent Lake .ParS school I btd

TALLAHASSEESecretary a disturbance and public pro merly believed to forecast ac. which the exchange has recent GROCERY STORE routt titiblithtd 22917. Ctll.MI 7/a&I room 2 for baIts e CBS mat her house in.Itwtil d."Kn.d ..

State Torn Adams today announced fanity. Stephen H. Beyer was curately the volume of the sonic ly used on the third floor of the FIXTURESSlicing 1)31 or Ml TraI.rs, II a waI.. with, IV .700 00 Owner will Carry
: 510 I with ip.cn U t ....h h's' mertgigt. 7/1,SBILL .
New Orleans Cotton t
the chartering of the followIng bound over to a higher court on boom produced by a given air. slx-story machine Scales Rock Crttk Tftiltr" ,Ptrli

Collier County corporations a charge of issuing worthless plane flying at a specified speed Exchange Building ,, F r....'s Cool.. 13-Help Want. Female 4/2111 lil Sift LOACH Ova, South Realtor
Air' condltlontrt tie,
and altltutde. For many years the New Or.j Naples' Fit
checks. A
Sod and Issued
Mr. Landscaping.Inc., warrant was leans ,and, New ,Vork Exchanges LUApts.. fit Rent *# f MIdway ttHIOwntr .
,: FAA engineers say theVcn " :
3750 Ninth Street,North, Naples; rot Roberta Murphy on chargesof still make such ":'which become.* the only cotton' Rttlrtef., iintjtmtn. wtnlt' houseSoap P 0ivAtL SALt
predictions accurately llvt
In Mutt hove
failure have vehicle a Cflie.intin. Oiy With, orMonth HO ."OKI"S:
authorized to under
stock 1,000 sharesof for ground areas direct. futures market In the nation BUIINEII OPPORTUNITIES. Ctr Ml 11714Wt (IRIS MOTEL) Ml mutt itll. IN,.. btdroomI .

common at $1.00 per share, control and no driver's license ly below the sky track of a super with the demise of the exchange ,,,... winttd I orsna CS bar tlKI or Ml: 10155. bith hum in TIll MOOR

filed June 29, 1964 dealing In when she failed to appear in court. sonic airplane.The here did worldwide futures Ctrauttl' DrIve-Is' t and lour.it. Mutt bt II Y'". Ml I J I48b.droom.pl. furti..h.Clou .... cond.liao.ng lNG' C.n".1 carp.lsil haI Osd Ihrcwf."
1 btdroom ham 541,500
sod and landscaping. Incorporates. Two cases we re continued that sonic boom distortions trading In the, cotton market bo M.rlnt-North TrW$25CO' 20252 1114.11 "month to Call shopping C P$6S A Him JUS p
Charles show for the most off tween Individuals themselvesand Commtrolil lot- Colored' girl' to blby tit end Fulltr Otlict, Ml plolt kt..n, : ,n| disposal
James A.Geskechargedwlth ,
R. part
AdamsJamesElkins
up 2nd" Avt N. ____.111000 ( t wttk, and d.,twiitr N,,. .cre."."
do cltinlnf days 2<4.. Rtt Ml' I JS4J
obtaining with Intent to either side of the plane's the other great world fu. } porch pivtd dnvtwtr toddtdliw
Barbara Olskey, all of lodging to '.... P50,. Ml I 2 Mil before tortfter 7tw.l.tI
the Ntpltt Smith modll, I/2JH >, Mhont Ml 25104 l III.
tures markets at Uverpool and I.
defraud and course. For "off-course" com.
Naples filed by James R.Adams, LenR.Zalsercharg- homot lod.y"A.ocl. i PM '/11 It
ed munitles a sonic boom can be Bombay. APT, FOR RENT
483 Third Street South. with petit larceny. .,.., I bedroom Api. Privtt PhontMl wrACHFkuNr RESIOENCeON -
Robin's Dodge Co. Inc. 820 Edward T. Merrlt was senten- greater than expected or so Lueillt Ottt Virfil', Mtrcum 14-Help Wanted Mal H/M 7/1 If 100' of white Sued bt....
slight as almost to escape de. ADOPTED SWALLOWS 3 bdrm. I bath. |tri|. CBS
Ninth Street North, Naples authorized ced to $30 or 30 daysona chargeof with .e,..,.d in pool and patio'
tectlon. SU.INA: $:ai. (lAP) -- Mm DEWEY"POLLYREALTY EBB TIDE APTS.
and 100 around, ....,k. Jutl rtdictd to III.(SO unfuf
$100 Guard
stock 100 shares of speeding or days In case you haven't heard one, Robert Roeknac. of Kipp Ken, city Life btntlilt yaor Apply' Naples" Rri.llonO.pt W..kly' Monthly' ,...,," "..h.d This' it a wondtrfol buyin
common of no par value filed because of failure to appear In a sonic boom is a sound resemb. became mother I" a nest or I baby Mil 3611) 1/IH Mod.." furni.h.d, tffcitnclti, t v. .rct tam Map v/t thaw

June 24, 1964, dealing In auto a previous court session. Ken- ling an explosion. It's produced barn ulli>wl alter the net win Corntr of lit Avt. Do 4Ttmitml ICIly Rd 4 fetdroom apis I Nipltl you RIIBEAN Ih'* proptrty REALTY toO., Sins' CA N

sales business. Incorporatorst neth D. Nipper charged with depriving when a shock wave formed at found tm '1'1''', tfWAtCKFRONT

Robin D. Anspach Venice Robert was sentenced to six the nose of an aircraft travelingat hauling wheat Ml 24354 HOME 1 Ud
APT FOR RENT rooms, I bath Floridi.
F. Pond, Englewood RalphA. months In jail but sentence was supersonic speed reaches the Mm Roenncr. nJcKJ mash. Nittf Itlttmtn for raw. product Air" Conditiontd furni.h.d, .ftcitncy l withheld for a period of five ground. water and an eyedropper to her' not Introductd ta Florida, Cptrnnctd .. Apt nttr touch and canal CI.av.n d will trtd lor
Wolfer. Venice. Filed by bubi PUBLIC NOTICE tilotmtn ....d only pur 55050 f pir month MMwiy f.,ctd it 1 til.iOO. Owntr in.
led the
with In conducting the Oklahoma equipment and K Bon 1911 fort LtudtrC 2 IAn. 7/1 tf
A. Basford Smith, 217 West MIami years pending compliance tpply' lout to soil CARIBBEAN
divorce decree. City tests, the FAA was looking while waiting for the truck tit be a. 7/1,51 i REALTY I/SO N. T"I. MltlltS

Ave., Venice. ahead to future overland flightsof loaded and unloaded, NOTICE OF .PUBLIC HEARING rlperl.ncod '.'..m." wtnttd. APT FOR RENT 4/25.15 tf
Robert E Inc. 98th Marie L. Stephens was sentenced Notice I. htrtby .,v." by tht City conltet Win thutrt,
Pope, supersonic transport planes.At Council City l of Evtrgltdti Florldtthtl /Io-a 25 40 N,e* I btdroom Apt Unfurn thd
to $100 or 30 on j 0.1,0 min.j.r it Insrtm Clttvroltt . with, ttovt 4 rtfr i Car
Avenue North, and Tamiaml days a news conference Wednes. PUBLIC NOTICE a Public' Httrlni will bt htldit 7/2.11 port. .tortroom Ctnlrtlly lo 'l'AAN t.I lll 0'JLIJRIOA'S

Trail, Naples. Authorized stock, a charge of running a stop sign. day, FAA Administrator N. E. ?2. 7 1964: 30 .P tt M tht on City Wtdntidiy Hill City July ofEverfltdti ctttd nttr bitch |M 00 p.r "'OAf TOlrMT ,;

100 shares of common of no par Jimmy L. Wilson and Benny Wilson Halaby said again that the son. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ICe for tht purpose of of con: 21-Lost & FoundLOST month, yur h.lltor round, Ml 119497tf RindolphFulltr IIlT1.fN FOR ANOT E VlfllT
dtnnf adoption
value filed June 29, 1964, deal- on charges of vagrancy and Ic boom "i, a more Mrlous NAME. $TA1'UTENotice Ordinance crtttlng t t prepouad ntwloning >/ ,
It th.t the
'.blf .Iv."
Ing In fishing tackles sup- causing a disturbance,were given problem than we thought a year undtrt gntd, :I'I:,; In tliitificttlon Ottichtd' Vocation, RV SlngltFtmily Momi. DOG: Sabal Short AptiVtAR .

plies etc., Incorporators; Robert options of $35 or 35 days. ago, In that we are getting whatI tht und.prtet tIre ct llctltlout mm' of NiplttAnimtl I A copy of tht Hid prapoitd ordln, Tht, Dog it brown and whlti ROUND LIVING
,
Inca way bt ittn it C.ty Hill dur will bitch tptclit Antwtrt to Modirn, btdroom .'.
ont and
call overboomlng. ,
E. Pope B. Hospital, loetUd tt thtNapltt lea nimii ot P.fty If found
Mary Pope .
rtgultr oftici hourtAll .
irs IC
lun.h.d TV
Apt
NO BLUFF STRONG STUFF said there was no ,Ian Bhopp Pltti' Nipltt' Plo I irso.riiisI' ,van Mrs Wit tney
Halaby | firm, .
p.r.oni tr eorparitlontmty c.III.Ionl..l.,
ICrazla M. Wilson, Ralph E. Wll- Idt. Intends i, 100% twntr" to YCIO' nick. 1147' Wiininfton Ave Ntplti or ytir 1
(LOUISVILLE' CAP) to continue the Oklahoma City prmnt thtmitlvtt end bthitrd round Ml. I len Rr indIrltt
Benjamin G. Parks filed Ky. Signvc.t ttr tht sd ctitiout, ntrnt with' 15.ci.k . rii. Ml 22d U. hIM Rally ;
of th* Circuit, Court of Col Avi >/l \lTrtdtwind
> upirfumr counter down boom flights beyond their ,,
in a
in.Benjamin G. Parks Parks litr County, Flor.d*. Plttit g ova vauriilf accordingly, .
UMMI More: "Dim use. thti per- planned expiration date next .ROBERT P. DILBONE, D.VM. ATYStiIGIOCON Aptrlmtnti !
Naples. lunie if you're Muffing" month. July t. IS, 21 30. KM #201NKA I Oltrk 23-Mnc. For Sale Lov.lvlip, I o.arm Fur

\ July I. I, 12tIe.: 19 1964 SItS nttr boorS A thoppins V*"!'
_- ---- Mound : Square firdtn' ttontt or monthly ?.104I "HLovily nou5 P..od) ......

Notic NOTICE. It OF .PUBLIC HEARING' bought All >',r t.otrttt. 4 colors tr p.l.c Cm' dtt bt .,r cond't,on.d .llisi.n, -....- CwS' '50
: htrtby g'vtn by the C ty .
\ i ,,, T1ilyYILe Council I of the C:,ty of Cvtrgltdtt, ,tntd and mittlltd Phont for cy N Niplt Sutiblt I t>lultifO -
viirly Ml I '!M S
Florida I,oau mitt ITONCCRAPTINDUtTftlEt Mo
that .9/nt
t publ e Soaring will 58-Lots For Sato
bt htld' a, 7''49 P M Widnttdty. off,.. Ml l >71? or Ml, / 2557 't
July' 22 1 1964 it tht City Hill I, City or A.. Ml 14IH 1/25.101 ; BEDROOM UNFURNISHED"
of Evtrfltdtt. for tea purpose of APT GRIEN ACRE MlWO Lana let for F, 'a P'' 'Ill
w , I/ll.tf b Son., I.t:O.I" PImn. .
,
'fl- rtioning. tht tollowinf doecrb.d H" 111. "
1 Dropirty Into Class M V. S,nglt' Paw.y I/O 110 1100
,; Dtttchid V.ee'on Homo: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOuS 1'",,, I bdrm tplt Iflicitn' }OfPO,A L LOlGj
.I ,. Those portlont of tracts J t K 1.1." orwowso w'Il driehIngproblows C'.< TV A,r CO"d'U 4th I.." Driv. Fo, hi. or Trade
\ ,-' ,,.', 00., 4' J" ' I lying south tf 'the lirren Rivtr' ; AU 10' halO, lit cull Avt to MI mi; III" Wrta G J H..bn.. Poot
Trice O. Trie .P tnd Tract Q; >l Vittorf coII.IIy, Read. G.l,. ISo,
:
Furuhod I bdroon .rl.wanl .. ....
City tf Evtrf Udti, 01.trtcardtd .....com.d Mtttinn ." First, -
'in Flit: Ok. 1.ptr.Ptgti Saplist Church Annt ." Ill Hugs ""V'.I. roow bIch ".....". .I tot I .., P..'kII
'
I
II 4 14. Ctlhtr, County Rtccrdlproptny : tt it 7th A,. tvtry Yuan and .n .nd h'II 1 IU'' 721,1170.s.nim N. Itn"o' a000lor, 71
MAfcLOV 4 I IS! SIN
burg wthO, trtt tntwntht Pn hfht' II I 10 PM lurns5ad ol..ne.
Airport Tract. City tf Evtrgltdtt apt N. pain 0' cS.ldren 1.11'Halo Ave teuth Ml ill u,I
1.11 I nit 4111f / .tht.tf
All. frmt ,
ptriont e corporttloniPit.
C , < "
33-Servlcet Offered
prellnl tsawolvao and b.
; sy1 59-Acreg
!" 49-Houtei For RentI
... govern yourt.lv, .ecordin,.

y. ATTUTi, i.... SEA WALLS I hdrw furnish.d, 0' u.u,. Almost I ..,.. tnnttf (pi I- J
CONCMTf WOOD OCK 'thtd S ousswIIlta, port onKIVIII mini or dupli City wiivtil.bit
S.
il:' QIDEON ..,,,.. Ctll AndirtonI Loctttd )u.l off ;::
July I. (. 12. II. I IPM4 .Ita Foundation Piles I t/t.tf ...1 Trail I H milt outt,do ti'.
soils Owner tn.,out trIII
NOTICE OF .PUBLIC HEARING' Docks-Mooring Whips FURNISHED COTTAGE .00001 I

TO IAOCN.. Aultmtte ABBOTTRadio PILL LOACH. Realtor
FOR MINT
.
MTASLIIM BULKHEAD LINE
Ml 015 Avt SoulS
NOTICE it htribv f,vtn, Shot onT Ont block' from trd Strut Shop Nipltt. rn.

$!.'- Q'.lock"tidty. 1.1 August,.n tht It Cowwaears l'" tt II' 00 Radio Road png P,tr d in'ttr Nipltt ct ,and chtrming ntir F"thing alt: __ _Midway_ ___Stilt_ -.-

t7 ii4..tna,, i the Clunty CeurthtuttEi 14HI t 4M Two
IOU section btdroomt livingAO
: 11510. N.pit. Fltrdi. tht bard. hult end btIo.n |4D Aert for ttlt, IllS to'
wiuJ of Co"ntv Ctmm,..,ontrt i 10 and for Tit, ."d To,.."C 01*or r.ctnIKonnt resin month an y"'ly I....510por It. I .n Itt from Nipltt" I
C. i'tr *..u"'v Fler ill. w,II hold by 1TONICHAFT IN. m I. off trepottd ntw '1. Lt. -
i ,. 4 zck4141 a Public, Httrn on tht tool,en,ontf OUlTAiCt" Mich'nt scruhwaa MILLCR' ASSOCIATES d.rd.l. raid Ttrmi. CARIB'
i' ., ., Mirct .Island D.v.I......'" Cor. Itr,"0''".rasal.n, d polilh ,... Pa.lIon* SEAN REALTY. 17JO M TrtlM
e.-.. writ,on t* t.t.11..th. l .ul....." .d.nl'al' and ctmmtrc,tl Offal, 305 ,th Ave lo Ml 12124 _Ml' 6UI ___ 7/'.tli t "'
l it llt"( tht North .thtr of Ml re* Ml tlin Rae Ml I un. '''.7.' t'T:
iI"I (49 tcrtt for ttle tl ;:
'/24IOt
'b'.nd' from tht outhttlttrlv Ctrntrf
..,.. Two
{ tht Twn tf Mores 'In ...1.0.. IT Might till part
N ,, L .>..".* n 12 South Rongt 2t Cut. miles, south 01 propottd Ft
-'I ", ,e* Meu'h tl John It,,.". rrttk L.uUdll. lid. CARlsel'NREALTY
( tht ioulhwttt Qutritr I'I W \14)i ) UM N. Tmi
,( tr on It Tewnth SI .".tth. MERCEDES PORCHE VOLKSWAGEN 2 III l Vi'--i
".".. II loot Cell.., Countv Flerdi I....-.c,.. 0" .
> iii.jkj' A mm. of the prtpottd Sulk 10, ...11. Your chtnct fo .e.
h'" Lint conttining t mart difla Invmlmtnt CAMIBBI
a" <..*...M an. ,It on lila In the good REALTY! I7JO. N. Trill fcwiyltltS
<< ..ftc.1 the County Fn..".., tt"it 4/it.tr H
. County Courtheuit r.., NitlttFlordn ,
and unit war bt Intotcttdt PALMER HARRIS
Oil 'nttrtlttd .ptrt... tt any TRAIL FPON'VAIIIPr .
i.mt dur". .....br effict hturt atias 7t.all I ..'v..lard JHmlltt
Ctllltr County ,.1.. Rip.OVtMSCAS courthouse MAR
from
r>"Of to seC PubIi" H. .; Pint
.. LOWE 4 SICK 4SJ tth Avo
v rn yourttlvct oecord'ntly
f ;
r; DONE and I-OIIIID tht llrd MOTORe INC. South, Ml H22I. list
day of Jun 5504enaco

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t _E1's COUNTY NEWS Thurlcla,. July >, 1964
Zoning. . Full Baker Story Not

Powder Puff Split FindingsIn ontinued(( ( from page 1)) .

whose only means of getting to ,
June SessionOf and from home was,for example, Yet Heard GOP Charges

Winner Didn'tWant Claims Court by Strong pickup truck.said adjacent land. ,

To Fly Cases of Radon Inc.,vs Joseph owners' property was devalued WASHINGTON (AP) The son's association the "commit,
Ruaccl o. and E.E. Jenkins vs when someone parked "four or : Senate has closed Its Bobby tee's Investigation had under.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ. (AP) Naples Terrazzo Inc.,were dismissed five" commercial vehicles along Baker Investigation but Its po. currents which Republicans are
Ann Noah, Mission, In the June session of the street. Council felt the so. Y ,, lltical overtones are expected to expected to try to whip up In
Kan., winner of the 18th annual the Small Clilms Court by Judge lotion might be to limit the number !a, l. '' echo In this rail's election cam. the campaign.
Powder and sire of vehicles allowedto l.y have Baker who resigned under
Puff Derby, never John Emerson. palm as Republicans
wanted to fly, even though her Two other cases,James Reedvs park, and permit them to park charged "the full story has not fire last Oct. 7 from his$19,600.a.year .
husband has flown since 1938. Charles A. Fords and Gilbert only In driveways The subjectwas been disclosed." Senate post, could not be
"I pies i wu chicken," she Supply Inc.,vs Al Bravaldo were referred to the toning board r The Senate Rules Committee reached for comment on the
aid after the for study. the curtain on the committee report.
announcement of rang down
continued. In favor of
her Finding Council discussed the sign ordinance Into the When Baker
victory Wednesday night. seven month probe was called by the
"My husband had a plane In defendant was ordered In thecaseof and a proposed strengthening wheelings and dealings of the committee as a witness, he In.
business and he wanted me to Air Control Products vs Marshall of the Zoning Board of Ap. Ii former Senate aide with a report voked his Fifth Amendment protection .
learn. But 1 didn't think I was Wyatt. peals' powers, but held off any Wednesday saying he was against possible self4tu
capable of mastering the art. Judgment for plaintiff was decisions until later on these "guilty of many gross Impro. crimination and refused to ans.
"Ha dragged me down to takea ordered In the following cases matters. prietten"But wer questions or to surrender
lesson and after the first hour heard In the court Trail Clean- City Attorney Splngler plug It left It up to the Justice subpoenaed records.
I was hooked I Just fell In love ers vs James Freeland. $1751 led for" a "workable sign ordi d Department to determine
He said "Our
nance. pre should be .
with It. Theron Ridge vs Walter Ruth whether Baker prosecuted
Mrs. Noah's first lesson was sent sign ordinance as you well for any violations of
MacKinnon $450)) Florida Doors know, Isn't worth a damn." The Court Declares
late In 1959. She has competedIn criminal law.
of Naples vs Ted Williams,$467. same observation was made by
submitted to
every Powder Puff Derby-a The report was
2,573.mlle cross country air. 37j Bank of Naples vs JulianH. then.Mayor Francis Ford more BUILDING PERMIT for the $200,000 addition which will triple the the Senate on behalf of the Lake Okechobee
Cross $103,80; Radon Inc. than two yean ago. working First National Dank Democratic majorIty .
plan race for women since space at the was picked up at the City committee's
1960. vs William Garner $120; Bank Since then, Council has grant Building Department this morning, getting the area building activity by Chairman B. Everett
ed variances tor a number of
Winning the derby Is a matter of Naples vs William and Pearl off to Jordan. D.N.C.A Division Legal
signs In excess of maximum sizes a good start in the last half of 1964. Present for the occasion -
of getting the most out of a Haley $298.07; and Morse National s separate minority report -
In the ordinance. from left were : Gene Turner. First National Bank president Hugh
stipulated ; committee'sthree TALLAHASSEE ((AP) A
plane. Official standings are Car Rentals Inc., vs Robert turned In by the
computed on the basis of total C. Osgood $30.98. Splngler said size of the proper. Bremerman, architect on the project ; Louis Roth, city building inspector Republican members accused law taking the bulk of Lake
air time and a handicap basedon ty and size of the building should ; and F. B. Schreck president of the F. B. Schreck Construction the Democratic majority Okeechobee from Palm Beach
isle plane's capabilities."It affect the maximum allowable Co., contractor for the addition. Another permit for $105,000was of Ignoring their "rights" to County and dividing It among
was wonderful" said Mrs. Expect Rogero size. It now Is a flat 60 square issued this week to the Naples Yacht Club, bringing the total have additional witnesses called four others was upheld Wednesday .
feet In most commercial zones. Leon
Noah, a pretty blonde mother value of new construction in the first eight days of July to $396,450.NEWS Including White House aide by County Circuit
Councilman Goodloe Willis.
of four "We were fortunate to Trial To Last McDow.ell Walter Jenkins and charged a Judge Ben
get good winds on the second an opponent of outsized signs ( photo) "cover.up." The judge said Palm Beach
day out," she said "We just 3 Or 4 WeeksTAMPA such as the Tahitian Cove and Jenkins figured In testimonyby County could receive gasoline
whizzed from Winslow Ariz., to (AP) The first tes. proposed Holiday Inn signs,com. Don B. Reynolds a local Insurance tax revenues under a formula
Fayettevllle, Ark." tlmony was to be offered todayIn merited: IOU we grant all these agent with whom Biker based on its previous county
Mrs. Noah, and her copilot, the Income tax evasion trial oversized slgnswe should changethe ; The Racial SceneBy was associated and who sold area until current bonds are re
Mary Aikins, Wichita, Kan., a of Al Rogero, but It will prob. sign ordinance and allow two $100,000 life Insurance pol. tired.
mother of three, were In the air ably be late July or early Au. signs up to 4,000,000 square ides to President Johnson be. The 1963 Legislature split the

some 17 hours. gust before a verdict Is given. feet." THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! In Danville, Va., directors of law compliance. The Negroes re. for he became president.The 730-square miles lake among Okeecho.bee .
Judy C. Wagner, Palos Verdes Attorneys for both the govern Splngler suggested that Counc. Explosions which Injured two the city's Memorial Hospital turned and one of them fired a GOP members however Palm Beach Martin
Estates, Calif., flying solo, fin. ment and the Clearwater Insur. 11 study what signs have been civil rights workers In McComb, ordered the facility Integrated.The shotgun into the door of a car said they had no major crlti. Glades and Hendry coun
fished second In the official once and real estate executive permitted within the last three Miss., have touched oft de. first step taken was approv.al occupied by two white teenagers. clsm of the analysis of the evidence ties.Palm
derby standings and Frances S.Bera have estimated the trial will last years, then change the sign or. mands for protection of youths of two Negro doctors for No one was Injured. In the majority report."It Beach County formerly
Long Beach, Calif., a three to tour weeks. dlnance maximums accordingly Involved in civil rights work In staff privileges Williams, chief aide to Dr. does reveal gross wrongdoing held some 80 per cent of the
seven-tlme winner of the derby Rogero, a member of the Flor. The Zoning Board of Appeals, Mississippi. About 500 youths In San Francisco, Negro lead. Martin Luther King Jr. said, gross improprieties and lake.At of t
the time the legislative
came In third. Ida Road Board during the ad. now an advisory body under Coun. from other states are Involved. ers said that more than 50,000 "Dr. King can't help conduct which we believe to be
Only 48 planes finished out of ministration of Coy LeRoy Col. ell, would assume quasl.judlclal Forty.one parents of youths are expected to parade Sundayin This has to be carried you out now.by unlawful" they said split Sen. Ralph Blank action of West I
Palm Beach said the
the 81 that were to start the 11ns, was indicted by a federal powers under the revised or. from northern California dec Id. opposition to the possible They said their criticism "Is
race last Saturday In Fresno, grand jury In Miami last Octob. dlnance. The board would be set ed to ask President Johnson, nomination of Sen. Barry Gold you. centered upon the fact that the would cost him his Senate seat
Calif. Three planes were er. The government charged Ro. up under state statutes govern Gov. Edmund C. Brown of Cal. water for president.The St. A u g u s tine businessmen majority refused to call all the He declined to seek reelectionlast
scratched before the tart, four gero paid $4,803 In taxes In 1956 ing municipal boards of adjust. Ifornla and their congressmento search continued in the agreed before the bill became witnesses and refused to get all May.
and six failed to ments and would law to abide by it. the facts." Under the gas tax formula
quit en route through 1958 when he should have more assure protection for the Philadelphia Miss., area for
complete the race by noon on have paid $172,099.The autonomy than at present. young civil rights workers in three civil rights workers who "The full story has not been county area plays an Importantrole
Wednesday.It trial began Monday be. Council was undecided whe. Mississippi.The disappeared June 21. disclosed concerning Bobby in the amount of money re
fore U. S. District Court Judge ther to have the board tWICe Federal Bureau of Investigation In St. Augustine, Fla., Ne. Baker and those associated with funded
Pays To Advertise George C. Young. ting as In the past few years, sent an explosives gross were refused service at Senate Group him, including present and In attacking the law, Palm
,or set It up as proposed In the expert to McComb to help with two of 29 restaurants they visit. former senators and Senate em. Beach County leaned h e a v i 11 y.
revised code. Splngler said one. the investigation There have ed. OKs CollinsFor ployti," the Republicans upon the wording of the law locating
NAPLES new provision that should be included been two other similar explo. Twenty state troopers moved charged. the mldJake: point where
FLY. Is giving the appeals board Ions but no arrests.An into Selma, Ala., to relieve lo. Baker, now 36, was elected the five county boundaries met.
MIAMI power to administer oaths and avowed foe of the newly cal law enforcement officers New Job majority secretary In 1955, the
take testimony. The board then passed civil rights act was shot who have had little rest In re. youngest man ever to hold the II'RCNEW
might be better able to deter in the arm In Columbia, Tenn., cent days. About 70 have been WASHINGTON (AP) The post. He became the right-hand rOUR
New Year Round Daily Schedule mine from witnesses whether an Wednesday night. arrested in Selma where Ne. Senate Commerce Committee man of Lyndon B. Johnson who I.
DRWR'S LICENSE
alleged "hardship" case was a Flo F. Fleming, a candidate groes are conducting an Intense approved 16.1 today the nomina. was elected Senate Democratic -
Naples To Miami true hardship Splngler declar for Congress from Tennessee's6th voter registration campaign tlon of LeRoy Collins as dlrec. majority leader at the same mm rOUR '
ed. District reported two Ne. tor of the Community Relations time. BIRTH MONTH
7145, A.M. 11130. A.M. 3.45 PM.: Very few persons attended this gross In a passing car fired two Service under the new civil Because of Baker's and John.
morning's hearing outside of shots at him as he drove home rights law.
Miami To Naples newsmen and zoning board memo from a speaking engagement. Rights Leader But the committee did not ob.
9:00: AM. 2:15 P.M. 500: P.M. bers. He was not believed seriously tain a quorum to vote until aft.
injured.In er an Impromptu, friendly
Connettloni and Reservations to any point la the world Tall Task Chattanooga, Tenn., a Ne. wrestling match in the hall outside .
Two years were required to gro educator Claude C. Bond, Pleads ForVolunteers the committee room between .
NAPLES AIRLINES build a life-sized replica of was named coordinator of general Sens. Strom Thurmond
the blue whale education for the Chatt DoS.C"and Ralph W. Yarbor.
world's
Naples Airport Concourse 1 Miami AirportMI largest .
, mammal, for display in nooga school system. It Is believed ough DoTeX.
2.'U. NE 4-S811 the natural history buildingof to be the first time a Negro Thurmond, the only senatorto
City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Cocas* the Smithsonian Institution has attained such a positionin oppose Collins, prevented the
--- a Southern school system. ST. AUGUSTINE!: (AP) A 17.member committee from ob.
r ., civil rights leader pleaded for taming a quorum Wednesdaywhen
more volunteers in an integration only eight other members
drive at St. Augustine today showed up and he refused to en.
The from Globe Life and racial flareups prompted of. ter the meeting room.
man flclal action in two other Florida Today, Senate leaders had
cities. rounded up nine members not
The civil rights leader, Hosea counting Thurmond but the
will visit in Williams of Savannah Ga., said South Carolinian remained In a
you soon he would leave St. Augustine un. hall of the Senate Offlcce Build.
less Negroes there showed more Ing outside the committee room
enthusiasm. to see if a quorum did materl.
Avon "If I can't do anything in St.all ze.
Park
& Vicinity Augustine, I can better use my Yarborough came through the
time in Alabama" Williams tolda hall on his way to the meeting i
rally of about 40 Negroes at a time when only six other

. . ... Wednesday night Councilman members were inside. He
r'" George Tucker said the ordl. grabbed at Thurmond and said,
Welcome him dlnance would keep groups of "Come on, Strom, help us makea
, Ij 4' ''I youths from congregating in the quorum." WANT TO KEEP A HORSE AT HOME? !
Ii t I streets where store windows and Thurmond pushed him back
his .. automobile windows have been and, after a short scuffle, the
policies pre I ::1 smashed since Sunday when a two senators both 61, agreed to MOCKS -H" AND "1" Or PINE RIDGE, EXTENSION AM ZONED TO PEE
I MIT Of A HIDING, HOUSE (lee pot K..yl.)
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. firearms, knives blackjacksand They removed their coats and
rocks In cars mostly occupied engaged in a 10-mlnute, Incon.
by teenagers. elusive match In the corridor al.
Ask him any question-take as much timeas At Tallahassee uniformed police though Thurmond speared, at
and highway patrolmen vlsl. one point to be pinning his ad Pine Rid
)'ou like After discussing the type) of ted self.servlce drive Ins made versary.Sen. q

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