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Title: The daily news
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Publication Date: July 10, 1964
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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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TOKYO (AP}-Premier Hay.
ato Ikeda was assured another j jI
two years as head of the Japa. '

new Dceda's government Liberal today.Democratic I , I Unity Among GOP


party elect i1 him to a third '

term as party president, but the i 11
vote revealed a widening rift In \ -

the ruling party. The Liberal. B) JACK BELL rule out Anybody. He said he on pUnks that Goldwater said
Democrats control the lower hadn't mane up his mind. he Is confident will be satlsfac.
house by a big majority, and SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Sen. Asked If Scranton might be tory to him However, it the
the party chairman Is automat. a Barry Goldwater an apparent his choice, the Arizona senatorreplied platform Is one that he felt he

tally premier. sure.ftre first.ballot winner for that the nominees on couldn't live with as the nom.

Ikeda received 242 votes, a the GOP presidential nomlna. the ticket ought to b* comforta. tnee "I would do the honest

.1 majority of only nine votes. He ] lion, called on platform drafts bl* in campaigning together.He thing and withdraw."
beat off challenges by two ma* t s Y tL men today to strive for Repub. noted Scranton had called Looking toward: November

Jor rivals.WIESBADEN. Ilcan unity him "Ignorant cowardly, back. Goldwater said! that segiega.

"You must seek a documentthat ward, Impulsive and a shooter tlonlt Gov. George C. Wallace

Germany (AP) s will unite us on principle, from-the.hlpper." might turn out to be a "greater

-The U.S. Air, Force says Its nut divide us," the Arizona con. Nevertheless DsnUon Kltch.el determinant" than either h* or
first steel-reinforced concrete servatlve said. Goldwater's campaign nun. President Johnson on the outcome .
seer, said In an Interview that In the South, particularly
missile sites are now opera.Uonat for de.livery .
In In remarks prepared If his prlmlpal wins the top if Wallace is able to get his
at undisclosed sites before the platform com. nomination Scranton will be name on the ballot on a store

Central Europe. mlttee at Us final hearing Gold. "one of those considered" for or more of states. Wallac.'* an.
The new hardened Sites pro.rile not dictate
for water said hI would the second Race slat noum'ed Intention I I. to deny the
enhanced protection into the party
should
what go major party candidate a ma.
Introduced mace
the recently
planks IKE ON HIS WAY Jorlty In the electoral college
"B" the Air Forno'sEuropean to the
missile Making little reference
and throw the choice of the nextpresident
headquarters said Other developments In a diy
gibes of his trailing challenger to the House where
Thursday.The Gov. William W. Scranton of whhh was marked by Goldwi.ter's
each state would have one vote.
surface-torfurface mis. saldt arrival In this city where
Pennsylvania. Goldwater .
R
Sen. Thrust D. Morton
sue, which can be tired by a ."Let the creative differences the nominating convention willopen
Ky., the onvtntlon's perman.:
seven.man crew, haS a rangeof even In your own committee Mondayt: cut chairman made public
miles for either nuclearor not Former President Dwight D.
1,200 help build a platform,
: you plans to telescope the meetings
,
warhead A train
conditional Eisenhower embarking by
Ae tear down the party.1'He Instead of five next w.k. with
again expressed what he at Harrisburg Pa., for SanFrancisco
the windup romli.g on Thursday
a called his own philosophy a told a news confer night.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP- free society under constitution encet "I am showing< no par.
Twenty.four members of the e tt y allsm at home, strength for tlallty to anyone. I've been
pro-Castro underground two consistent In this
freedom and peace abroad. completely
been captured along the Vene. Thursday Goldwater repliedto and 1 have doublecrossed no Appeals Board
zuelan coast east of Caracas a new fusillade of criticism one." This seemed to bury

the army announced Thursday. fired at him by Scranton. Gold Scranton's fading hopes of a
Four members of terrorist --- - t Favors Variance
water said that he stands Just dramatic last-minute endorse
armed forces for National Ube NEATLY FRAMED Low. where he has for a long time- meat by the general

ration (FALN) were found 011 dermilk Park is shown for freedom at home and In the Goldwater said on his arrival To Gaits
l a beach In the El Baihlller zone before world. the chances are excellent that he, George
here (top) just
near Barcelona. \ will win on the first ballot and I
"I'm not I Johnny.com
Ten other terrorists were opening in the morning.A 1 lately" he told a news confer afterwards Republicans will'march The Zoning 'Board of Appeal

t seized with weapons, radios, popular Gulf.front spotin once in apparent reference to forward together to d*., this morning cave its conditional
stolen uniforms and Communist Naples it will be filled Scran ton's late-starting candl. feat Lyndon Dames Johnson In I consent to a request by Mr. and
guerrilla manuals en route to with beach-goers in just a dacy. November" Mr*. George M. Gait for a 10.

reinforce the.El Bachlller unit, few hours. Meanwhile the ' The platform commute t foot.l1ult nl'llIICllor choose
poUce said The leadpr'.s.. work to keep i STIFF BODY BLOW, j edged toward a final Tountdow they! plan to Dulld. No
In exchange o! tree titjr crews of
I cipfcd an governor'shopes Their lot I I. at the corner
Another band of 10 (ruordUas the'area clean and scenic. The Pennsylvania out of Gordon Drive and unbuilt 19th
of making > fight
was captured near Maturin. In the lower photo the It for the nomination absorbed OK Pay Boost Avenue South. A SOJoot setback

day is done . and Low. a heavy body blow when Gov. Is required on Gordon Drive,
silhouetted For 2 Million and a similar setback Is requlr.ed .
RANGOON Burma (AP- dermilk Park stands James A.. Rhodes announced he
Chou En-lal and For. the set <>n a Bide street oft Gordon.
Premier
against will recommend at a Monday
Men In Service
.
Minister Chen Yl of dele. Attorney Thomas Brown r*
elgn ting sun. The last visitor caucus that the tS Ohio
Communist China arrived In gates abandon their commit. AP-A 2.5 presenting the Gait, gave draw.
has just departed, leaving WASHINGTON (
ing of the plot plan and house
Rangoon today on a surprise ment to him as a favorite son cent pay Increase for more
only a NEWS photographer per plan to the board. Three month
and vote for the candidate of million In the na.
than two men
visit.There the as when the Gait asked for
scene a
had been no advance to capture their choice on the first ballot lion' fighting forces was re. ago
indication of Chou's visit. It the sun dips behind the This could be the finishing commended to the Senate today. similar setback variance on the

aroused speculation that he was Tahitian styled pavilion. touch to the hopes of Scranton, The Senate Armed Services mad same lot available, no written plans were
by the applicant
trying to counter any Influence with the Ohio
who conferred
Commit, in a surprise move,
to the appeals board. Their request .
Premier
Soviet First Deputy governor to build any effective recommended the pay Increasefor
was turned down at that
Anastas I. Mlkoyan may have stop'Goldwater coalition. all officers and for all en.

exerted day visit.during his recent three. LBJ Sends 50 More FBI Agents To Mississippi The Arizona had proclaimed senator that who already he listed missioned personnel officers and with noncom.more time.morning Under the the Gait plan can okayed set back this

- was "more confident than I than two years service.
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only feet off the 19th Avenue
WASHINGTON (AP) Pres. Republican Party has enough tial candidate Johnson said he community which he picturea MANDEVILLE Eng.
STOKE ident Johnson announced today problem already without my would make recommendation refuting such talk. the first ballot was expected to moue approval at a closed ss. 40 feet wide Itself.But the
land (AP-Dr. Roberto Arias that 50 FBI agents will be per. adding to them In any way" for a running mate at the par. -Th* President announce(*I.1 pick up at least half of Ohio's slon without advance notice or will agree In writing to Increase owner
critically ill Panamanian politi. manently assigned to a new of. -Asked whether support from ty's August convention. that Manuel Cohen, a membe; vote to add to the 725 credited the usual public hearings. their Gordon Drive
setback to
clan, was reported by his wife. flee In Mississippi. big city Democratic bosses -Johnson said he hasn't con. of the Securities and Exchangi t 1 to him as publicly committed Chairman Richard B. Russell SO feet, of
a* one the condition
Dame Margot Fonteyn to be a Johnson announced the figure might give Atty. Gen. Robert ducted any study or evaluated Commission will be elevatedto I I or favorable Ho needs only 635 D-Ga., announced last week, In the motion passed this morn.

"bit stronger" today. at another of his Impromptu F, Kennedy a boost as a poten the Impact on th* presidential the chairmanship replacini, to win the nomination. when the Senate passed a pay Ing.
The renowned British ballerl. new conferences this one heldIn tial Democratic vice preslden. campaign of the entry In com William L, Gary, who plan ti 1 One Goldwater strategist raise for civilian govvnmnt This Increased setback the
na flew to her husband's bed. resign this summer. declined be named pub. he would seek the
the Cabinet Room. states of elector slates for Gov who to workers, that board reasoned will achieve the
side Thursday and kept vigil The White House said earlier George C. Wallace of Alabama.But llcly said the unofficial countof military Increase. sam purpose as the ordinary

through the 46 night.Is under treatmentfor that additional agents of the Find Third he did call attention to a Senate Meets For the senator's strength hadmounted Russell said the bill would add doubt front.yard setback re.QUirements .

Arias his chest. Federal Bureau of Investigation poll published today which held to 771 voles about $202 million to present on corner lots, and
wounds In
bullet were sent to Mississippi In the that the Wallace candidacy 12 Seconds Quits So strong was the belief of pay for officer and enlisted motorists approaching the so.
He was In shot by a June political 8. op. wake of the disappearance of PlaneCrashBody would hurt the Republican most party leaders that Goldwa.ter personnel In the active military called; Intersection will not have
Panama
ponent three young civil rights work. more than the Democrat. WASHINGTON (AP) The I had the nomination In hand services. heir; vision Impaired.

.rs, but It declined to say how In Lake -When a reporter asked for Senate used only 12 seconds to I that discussion of Ms possible Th Increased setback also will

NEW YORK (AP-A mot'or.1st many agents were In the stat. comment on a Goldwater day to meet and formally ad.journ .I vie presidential running mat servo to prevent the Gaits' lot,
struck and killed a pedestrian The new FBI Mississippi of. charge that the Johnson admin. until July 20, for the Republican ..I was the main talc of interest Error In Budget 100 feet by 194 feet deep from bte
Wednesday night got out of lice Is In Jackson the state MOORE HAVEN (AP) The I lit ration has been guilty of fls. National Convention Rep William E. Miller of Ing subdivided, the board noted.!

his car, unscrewed the license capital. It Is opening today.On body of a third man who appar. cal Irresponsibility, the Presl. Sen. Lee Metcalf D-Mont.,, Now York the GOP national Costs State Cash After the house 1* built, the line
plate tucked it under his arm other topic during the 30. ently died Tuesday In the crashof dent cited recent statement by had no chance to better his reaand chairman finally cam out and used) rear yard would be too
and walked off, police reported.The minute session with two dozen a light airplane In Lake the American Bankers Assocla. a* "th fastest gavel In the I said what was abundantly evl. TALLAHASSEE (AP) An small to break off into a lot
Okeechobee was recovered to Ford dent for that he would audit of the Slat Welfare Board
victim was Irving Silver reporters, Johnson said: lion, Industrialist Henry Senate. days, of its own. A small lake now
farb, 63, of Manhattan who was -He did not care to say day.It. II, and other in the business But he quickly read the for, accept second place on any revealed Thursday that Florida occupies good portion of the
from whether he agreed with a June was believed to be the body mal order for the brief senior I ticket, Goldwater' or Scran. lost 127,303 In matching federal rear yard.
home a grocery
store returclng with his wife, Cella. 30 statement by Sen. Barry of Warren Parrlsh 48.year.old and then banged his gavel. ton's, fund because th* board failed Building Official Bert Pinks
told the car Goldwater his likely Republl. Pompano Beach postmaster. IM.TIM1." Metcalf, who seldom make I Asked about a possible run. to correctly budget and report ,
driver Witnesses a man in police his late 20s, can opponent in November that Others In the plane, which dls. RENEW YOUR c. "1DRIVER'S Senate speeches, was credit I nlng mat, Goldwater didn't child welfare xpondltur.. (Continued on page T)
the victim and aban. no GOP candidate could defeat appeared on a flight: from Ma. with an alUlm brevity record I
Ignored middle of Johnson as of now. rlanna to Pompano Beach were LICENSE last Dec 27 when h* convenedand I
toned his car In the "I think" said Johnson, "the the pilot 50.ear-old Staiilo K mm YOUR adjourned the Senate In twc., ,.. ., y ,

the intersection. Parrlsh of Pompano Beach, and BIRTH MONTH seconds ; ';{) "f ,_ .... _ t?>!! ;;
., m --" ''' ;; ; ; I
Tom J. Noble, '7%. Two OOdles f ,r__ _1/(; ...- j ;w.'., .4'*.t;,. :'
were recovered earlier but ofil) ." '); 1::
that of Stanley Parrish has been \ A1> ".

Identified Th Farrishs were brothers Many ActivitiesAt /j :

''M i YAFfIN LOAuslu and Nobles retired Pompano i KEEP 'f

Beach postmaster, was their .
unrle.
I
Wreckage of the plan has nut' Cypress Center L..r- .... 4iasr. j
been found. Sheriff Roy Lund t .. :
of Glides Count aid he be. .+a.e+ r, a
CANADA lleves It lies in 12 feet of water Beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday summer directors of the program .
r rn slrae July llth, Big Cypress Center at Big Cypress Center, "
will feature a number of art, stress nature and related actl.Itles t

Florida FairAttendance Ivltl... / in all their I scheduling. 4Lj
VANCOUVER The Pine Tree Trail will be The public I* reminded that

Drops; started by member of the Junior Big Cyprus Center 1* non.pro.
II Rk Chamber of Commerce They are tit: organization dedicated In
Cut Admission Fee liked to bring machetes and large measure, to the inttrpr
hatchets. tat ion of nature to all interest.
NEW YORK AP With at.
( ) Cold refreshments and mos. ed people.Therefor.

TRYING FOR A "FIRST"-Two men-old arctic hand Scott tendance Florida World's dropping Fair daily Authority the qulto repellent will be supplied *, the Center I* co.

E Alexander, RCAF (Ret_i and correspondent Gerald Waring discontinued Its 25-cent admix b> the Center. operating with the schools and
have parlayed $100 of their own money and a dream Into a ion fee and voted to set up a Also at 9 a.m., children of tty recreation department bypre.enUng
many-thousand-dollar venture: an attempt to be the first to special show.Under nine year of ag and over are a summer nature
invited to the Center to work on program most mornings and
make boat through the Northwest Passage
a round-trip by plan adopted Thurs. afternoon.
during the summer season. Donation of use of a 107-foot day visitor will be admitted p ler-macM animal and mask I Parent
and
or any other craft which may interest other resident
ocean-going yacht money contribution and a complementof free to the pavilion but will pay of Naples are invited to visit
tailor-and-scientist volunteers has made the trip possible 23 cent to see th* Everglades them.
the Center from 3 to 9 Mon.
At Is30 three movie wtll p.m.
p.m.
from Vancouver. BC. to Fro-
;.Vwimap traces the route xhlblt.
be shown. will day through Friday and all day
They emphasize
bither Bay-the route they'll retrace In a race with the Gov. Farris Bryant was In Saturday UvEA T'kPhoto'.s'fRIENDLV

fleeting arctic summer Purpose: to show that the Northwest New York to confer with lair some Florida of the natural feature of There art live animal to see GREETING-Arrival of Barry Goldwater In San Francisco was heralded J in

Passage ii feasible for commercial use during two or present Robert MOMS over the. Mr, and Mr. Tom Braden lId nature games to play. advance by this billboard on U.S. 101, the main road between the airport and the c1tr.io.U: .
three months each summer. loss of attendance


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Successor To Nikita Big With Pride In YOUR


I Jackie's MoveBy DIRECTORY


Question In Soviet UnionEditor's HUGH MULLIGAN .

L$ 11 NEW YORK CAP) This FIRST ASSEMBLY
Note-One of the big great party and governmental tough old concrete Jungle FULL GOSPEL OF GOD
pst political questions In the wlsdwn, and the fact that he that they supposedly built with COMMUNITY CHURCH
world today Is who is going to seems to have no desire to advance 4 + 'Mh out a heart Is beside Itself with Rev. Don Paulson Pastor Sliidowl.wn Are., E. Naple

succeed Khrushchev and when. beyond No. 2. Kosygln Is I something suspiciously like mu.
From his vantage point of five a business executive, without l lh o 'tl I r' nlclpal pride at the thought of Her. George; PauUon Sunday School 10 a.m.

years as Associated Press bureau special puty, background. someone actually wanting to Aaviiitant Pastor Morning Worship 11 a.m.
chief In Moscow Preston Frol Kotlov, 56, used to be : live here rather than just visit. Dominion Dr., Avalon Estates Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
Grover discusses this intriguing considered In that group as well, Mrs. John F. Kennedy's decision South Naples! Youth Servlc.TundlY

question In the last of four articles right at the top under Khru to move to New York In Sunday School 1000 a.m. at 7:30:
on Soviet life. shchev. But In the past two the fall with her two children Worship 11 p.m.
Morning a.m. .
Soviet Life IV years he has suffered two heart from the Georgetown section of Mid Wevk Service Thursda:
By PRESTON GROVER attacks and a stroke His name Washington-first into the Car. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. at 7:30 p.m.

MOSCOW (AP) Who is going still Is Included among mem lyle Hotel and then Into an \Vel Player Service. 7:30: p.m. _
to succeed Premier Khrushchev bers of the Presidium, but Koz apartment moved the town's - GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCI
and when? lov, whom Khrushchev once municipal dallies to depths of CENTRAL P. 0. Box 214 Naples Fit
This Is fascinating question designated ai his successor,evidently civic spirit untapped since the BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Beslrd Pastor
No. 1 In the Soviet Union. It Is out. ?. +1 u u Indians unloaded every thing 750 Seagate Drive Dominion Rd., Avalon Estate
fascinates foreign diplomats of The man likely to succeed ? north of the Brooklyn Bridge North Naples East Naples
course. Khrushchev Is Brezhnev, if the for $24. Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES
It fascinates 10 times more, change comes now. He Is tech While City License Commis.sinner .
Rev. Onrir MrCollumStmliiy Bible! School 10:00: a.m
even 100 times more some 220 nlcally chairman of the Presldi. Dicarlo
Joseph was cau.
million people in the Soviet Un. um of the Supreme Soviet, or bus drivers Services Morning: Worship 11:00: a.m

ion.It Parliament. By Soviet practice, ....... -- ... .- = '"'-- ---- tioning against sight-seeing pointing out Mrs. Ken. Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Service 7:00: p.m
Is of very special Interest that makes him president, or Worship Seivlre 11 a.m. Evening! Worship > 8:00: p.m
hotel
OBVIOUSLY HAPPY about her recent win In the Beach Cabinets and nedy's mid-Manhattan on
also to the leaders of some 700 chief of state. Moreover, some Hiblo Clastes 0:30 WED.: EVENING SERV.
million Chinese.But months back he got an Impor. Millwork\ grand opening is :Mrs. A. :M.\ Cross of 512 Third Ave., N., whois their tours, the Mn.Herald Kennedy Tribunewas and Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and
hoping p.m.
the greatest Interest of allIs tant job in the party secretariat. shown here with Chuck Redmond manager holding a pan from a her children would find in the Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.

bound to be shared by a tight That was a big step toward 5-picce set of Rev"re Ware she won. Other winners in the grand opening big city the anonymity they IMMOKALEE Choir Pmctlce 8:15: p.m.

cluster of men Khrushchev has leadership. ni'p Mrs Harry Stevens of 411 Central Ave., who won a Dominion sought elsewhere. METHODIST CHURCH

gathered around him. For_s of Khrushchev, now 70, still Is two-speed electric fan and Mis. Robert Gregg of 4584 West Alhambra Non.New Yorkers may won. Rrr. Richard Hone, Pastor TRINirV.BY.THE.COVEEPISCOPAL
right row the choice of the much the man at the top,
very could find CHURCH
Circle who won a Penn 209 Salt Water fishing reel. Beach Cabinets der how anyone SUNDAY
next leader of the Soviet Union and though a couple of years Port
just opened at 1179 First Ave. N. (NEWS photo) anonymity In a busy hotel In Morning Worship 8:30 11 Royal
made ,
almost certainly would be back he told a Young Commun. the midst of a bustling city of The Rev. Itlrhard T. Lamber,
by that group of five, and almost 1st League gathering that he --- eight million people at the Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Sunday Services

certainly one of the five couldn't expect to go on fore Ms 1958 threat to force a Berlin height of the World's Fair, but Jr. Intermediate and ST. Holy Communion. 8 n.m.
would be chosen. ever nobody expects him to Tradition Fears M.Y.F., 6:30 p.m.
settlement.On Puritan what they miss Is the endear. Fanily Worship Church
Foremost among the five are drop out voluntarily. He still of Evening: Worship 7:30 p.m.
his credit side, he has re Ing Indifference New York. School and 3ermo -10:90: am
President Leonid Brezhnev 57, seems to have as much vigor TUESDAY
duced tension between the Soviet The anonymity situation Is so
whose star continues slowly rising as any of the "inner circle" in Union and the United States extraordinary In New York hotels Men's Prayer Service 7 p.m. Wednesday
and Nikolai Podgorny, 60, a the Presidium. Choir Practice 8:00: Holy Communion I D:3 0 a.m.
since 1960, despite the Cuba Interlude Anglican Drift To RomeBy and restaurants that critic Clifton p.m.
In the food heart at. Holy Days
man who grew up Barring accidents or and he has removed a Fadlman once wrote a WEDNESDAY
Industries. tacks or strokes, Khrushchev Midweek Prayer Service, Communion at 8 11.111.
lot of police tension from Soviet learned treatise on the subject
Other members of that corporation could go on for several years. society. GODFREY ANDERSON of England are suspicious of of "getting the attention of a Adults It Children 7:30: p.m.
Include the old Bolshevik Some observers abroad be. LONDON (AP}-Is the Church these increasing contacts. They Schraffts' waitress" FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH

First Deputy Premier Anastas I.Mlkoyan lleve there 1s a palace clique of England becoming too deplore what they call the Ang Some of the biggest names in OF NAPLES
19, party theoretician ready to chuck him out for as CAII'T CHANGE NATURE Roman Catholic? Rican drift toward Rome and Who's Who have managed to EVERGLADES Third Ave., So. A Sixth St.

Michael Suslov 62, and Alexei spectacular a series of failures NCUCASTLE. (AP Backers of the old Protestant are rallying their members of find perfect privacy In New COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. Rev. John W. Stump

Kosygln, 60, first deputy chair. as a chief of state could expectto Vixen IN II" sly an a rim, hut tradition which emphasizes Parliament for a last ditch York hc''els.Gospel II. G. WriRbtf.tr. past,, Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
man, along with Mlkoyan. Kosy. chalk ups Weston' County Sheriff preaching above ritual, have fight In the House of Commons S l .nilajr School 10 am. Services on Sunday
gin is an Industrial and econom. Wilcox HUM liven George been saying so for more than a against two bills to change Morning Worship 11 A.m. 9:30:: a.m.
Ic specialist. 1. Unsteady tarm.production. up hope of century. Now, with all the talk Church of England practices.One -
2. The split with China. making a police dog out of her.VueniH --
Although they have senior titles about a worldwide ecumenical measure would legalize Baptists COPELAND BAPTIST
3. He precipitated affair a young red fun about ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC
Mlkoyan and Kosygln are movement for bringing the
the of Mass vestments at MISSION
not likely to get the job! with of the rockets In Cuba that 3 month old. wilcox said he churches together, they claim the use Eucharist service. For List Visiting Rev Clyde Martin 3rd St. & 10th Ave., So.
the power. Mlkoyan has become forced him into a spectacular would have tit turn her loom be- new cause for alarm. Father Bernard L. Hirkey
some Anglican Sunday School 10
I welcomeIn retreat. luuso "iihe JUKI won't adiusi to many years, Guest SpeakersThe a.m. Sunday ,In-scs 6-8-1011
a perennial No. man, Men still represuntlng the old priests have worn vestments, Worship ServicesII
4. He has backed away fromiiuiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiltltuluiiiiHiiiiliillll puller .* Weekdays 7< a.m. only
any group because of hisggIlqlllUU111UI1qIIIIIIIIIIqUIUlllnlltlllllllllllllll "j training. Puritan tradition in the Church while others wear only white Gospel Baptist Church an. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Confessions; Saturday

\'". II' II """ IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 111111111I1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIn11111111111111111111Ullllllllllllllllllll"" ' ''I' surplice and stole flounces that Rev. Dale Vessel Prayer Meetings 4 to 5 pm. and 7 to 8 p.m.
The second measure would will speak at the morning and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Sunday School 9 a.m.
permit stone altars, Instead of evening worship services Sunday, Confraternity Class of
11I".1. wood, the use of unleavened July 12, and Rev. Billy Bucking Christian Doctrine
bread wafers at Holy Com. ham will be guest speaker for the CIIOKOLOSKEBCHURCH Mondays at 7:30
munlon, and Increased use of worship services on July 19, In OF COD p.m.
Latin on certain occasions. the absence of the regular pas. Sunday School 10 a.m.
yon
I Opponents say this represents"a tor, E.C. Beaird. Morning Worship 11 a.m. EAST NAPLES
Richards Roofing Service definite drift toward the Rev. Beaird will be attendingthe BAPTIST CHURCH

Phono Ml. 1-411 Na...leo I Roman Catholic form of servo Jewlsh.Prophecy Bible Con. !Miadowlawn Ave., East Naple'
oIIftclI,1 the C Ice." The Church Assembly Terence at Toccoa, Ga. from MARCO CHURCH OF GOD) Rev. Lediei Bargo Pastor
Sunshine Hardware"Your tsrIc which has approved the changeshas July 12 to 18, where he has been Ira D. Hancork, pastor Sunday

Complete' Hardwire tier" H. I' attempted to allay opposl. Invited as one of the featured Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m
m tth AVI. a*. < tlon with a pamphlet titled, "No speakers and lecturers who will Kvenlnp Worship 7:15: p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
; 'Drift to Rome.' Only parliamentary conduct this year's annual con. .
----- Training Union
Naples Resell Store -: approval of thepnesurt31p 7:00 p.m.
m m Ave.I.*. ; IflMT.ftf C .n;" ; : neclISlary.ecause ference. iOODI.AND; MISSION Evening Worship 8:00: p.m.
oilrt The Gospel Baptist Church Is
t wo1' ottr 'Inc :1 I. I' r. 1 '" , , Wednesday
<' t ,. tbe..Ghurch;, >: 91{ fengtand.'Xs, \the located on Highway 41 South of OF OUR SAVIOURSumlny I? ,"
I :
e I J i j '
4. mplM
.. Tb... Bank/of : rat M'yMQ :: ; .,, MidWeek
rNapies w , ; 'I'e. ctateesUbllsheor church. ,lt em Guilford Road, just south of the School, 9 a.m.Ker. I ;nn
Brewing with Ntpltt end braces about 27 million memo Collier County Courthouse. Richard T. Lambert Prayer Service 7:30: p.m
oil:
I Collier County Sinct IMS' /0111 bers. Adult Choir Practice 8:15: p.m
Member F.O.I.C. I
These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause'of trie'Church. The church'" )osltlon Is that JEROV AII'S'ITNESSfS ----

Hartley's Variety Store and Community the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES modern dictate architectural of usage stone Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue : irS PARK
by often .The ;use '
CHURCH
M Ninth ..,.... South Roger L. Henshaw Minister Wallace Endren
altars wafers! and more convenient
--- : Bible Study Wed. 8 Rev. Marlon E. WacaseiMinister
p.m.
Bob's Pastry Shop 11 I to handle than ordinary Speaks At Trinity School Fri 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.
lie till .... .... Ml. M7II bread, and there Ieno reason to Service :Meeting Fri 8:30: :Morning Worship 11 a.m.
the rise Latin. It Is p.m.
restrict Of
"","" ..k... Qoodi Dally" I now allowed (or public use onlyat Service Sunday Public Additsi Sun. 5:30: p.m. Evening: Worship 7:30: p.m.

.... ' > Roger L. Henshaw formerlyof Watch Towrr Study Sui. 6:45 Pin-yer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p.m
Naples Federal Savings ..,'.410 >> , : '''''' 0 Oxford and Cambridge and ,
{ :' '.,": >> -.rl-lh yy oil: the three royal public-private Naples and now a student at -
and Loan Association "'" ? -X1 H', %WM <'f-" .i"I jI schools Westminster Win. Virginia Seminary, will conductthe FIRST CHRISTIAN FIRST METHODIST
ttt Mh Av.. ... Ml MISS 10 o'clock services Sunday CHURCH OF
Chester and Eton. CHURCH OF NAPLES NAPLES

Jim's Sunoco I CAN SHAPE THE FUTURE In Britain, only the queen Is morning at Trinity by the Cove Mandarin, Dr. Coquina Sands First Avenue S. & Fourth St.
constitutionally barred from Episcopal Church. There will Minister Pastor Rev. Hsrry C. Parham
Lifetime Guaranteed Mufflers converting to .Roman Catholl. be no 8 o'clock service this Sun.
Ml 1-11>> or tun Naples Fla.We : I Rev James W. Mackey Sunday Worship 11 a.m.
cism. It would cost her the
day.Rev. Bible Sun. Eve Worship Serv. at 7:30
Give Stamps throne. Richard T. Lambertrec. School 0:45 a.m. :

Roman Catholics claim more tor of the church Is on vacation Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Naples Coin Laundry Choir Practice Junior Intermediate and
than five million members In In New York with Ms family. Wednesday 7:30:
Speed Queen Wethers 4 Vesper service 5 p.m. Sun. Senior Fellowship 6 p.m.
Britain and Northern Ireland
>( Boy Waitu.s.
Nay 41 N. & Whitman, Clad compared with less than four Prayer Meeting
Open 24-Hour. N Naples million In 1950. CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesday at 8 p.m.

W. Hoo"?. Owner I This Is far from the 18th cen. Evangelism Group Tnmiaml Trail at 14th Av., N.
tury, when the cry of "no Charley Whsrtcn U, minister ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC
Naples Furniture Co. Popery" could bring a London Will Meet SundayThe Sunday CHURCH

MM .... Tamloml. Trail Y mob running. Bible study 10 a.m. Igli Building corner of
{ committee on membershipand Morning Goodwin Street and the Trail
worship 11
BB Builders Specialties CAME TOO EARLY evangelism of the First Meth. a.m. Bonita Springs

Trail North Ml t-HM COLUMBUS Ohio (AP odlst Church will meet Sunday Evening worship 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Father Joseph E. Beaumont

Plywood Doori Builders Hdwt There's such a thing as going to night Immediately following the Sunday Masses 7:30: 9:30 a.m
athlete ftusiwln. DonUr locks I church too early, police contend. evening worship service. UiMa study 7:30: p.m Confession: Prior to
Members of the official boardof
Investigating a burglary report at -- %!"day' MassesIMMOKALEE
Lamplighter Cafeteria St. Ladislas Church they founda the church will hold a meeting GRACE LUTHERAN _
Downtown U.,. 41 ... man asleep in the choir loft at 7:30 o'clock Monday night CHURCH OF NAPLES
.t 4-Cerner Naples. Pta about 2 a.m. July 13th. Missouri Synod FIRST

U. S. 41 and 12th Ave., No. BAPTIST CIIURCII
C. A. Anderson
Pastor Pastor Rev L. E. Daniel

Painting Interior .t Decorating Exterior Ile\. George N'. I Price Worship 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.

Wallpapering I Sunday School 9 a.m. _

Phone Ml M7IJ P.O. lea lift r Ih II Churc'i Service 10:30: a.m.Holy IMMOKALEE
Naples Florida .
/ Communion CHURCH OF GOP
Fir t Sunday each Month
Marathon Dredging Corp. Pastor Rev 0. P. O'Binnon
Marino Conatructlon and \.- / -'-- Sunday School 10 a.m.Morr'iir .
.\ ,
Land Development ,'
Ml X-4IZI ..., .*, Florida, \ 1'IRST CHURCH OF CIIRIST Worship 11 a.m.
SCIENTIST Evening Worship 7:38: p.m.

Trail Builders Supply When I watch the stone mason at his trade. then I'm sure I can shapea Central Avenue at 6th Street _

Company stone. // . I had the right tools! // . I could apply just the right drive Sunday Service': 0 am. BONITA SPRINGS

......... Florida. ing force! Sunday School! 11:00 a.m. ASSEMBLY OF COD

But stone always splinters, shatters. ,\ Wed. Evening Meeting 8 p.m. Rev. Roland Jones
my
r a' West Coast Furniture Reading Room 820 Park Sr. Sunday School 10 a.m.

Complete 'Interiors It should be easier to shape the future. Tomorrow seems so formless, so Mo-w Wed. Frl. Morning Worship 11
Me >Mi Ave. ... ......... ,... 'i 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Evening Service 7:80 a.m.p.m.


Charles R. LeBuff pliable.Yet there are so many tools. Which to use? So many kinds of force, of ,R r EM: INTEL: LUTHERAN: Prayer Meeting Wed.7j30p.m

Cabinet Shop power. Which will shape, not destroy my hopes? CHURCH(L.C.A OF NAPLES CHURCH' OF GOD

Detail Antique Cablneta Reproduction Furniture Rapier. I am realizing fast that the vital tools must be ,pil'itllal.Iy:! Church Is n Mooting Line It Bow, Line Dr ('or. 10th St. A 11th .An.. N

N11W51.N. Ml. 1-1'" training me to understand to use them. ter, In the Moorings Rey. David Lanier
Pastors Dr. llarlsnd Sunday School 10 a.m.
Jimmie Gibbs And centuries of Christian heritage convince me that the driving force +k Sunday School 9 D. Faroe Morning Worship 11 a.mKvanpellstlc .
A a.m.
Plastering 4 Masonry. Contractor ought to be spiritual A Power that flows from God . Is grasped by faith Church Service 10:30 a.m. Service 7:30 p.m

Pnone Ml M14S . and in the reverent hands of dedicated men will shape rather than Tuesday Prayer Meeting
7:30
ih- p.m.
Van shatter tomorrow. FIRST BAPTIST Thursday
Der Veer CHURCH YPE 7:30: p.m.
THC: CHURCH FOR ALL. ALL rOK THE: CHURCH OF NAPLES
Music CenterC.'p'et. r.VERGLADES
Instruction Department The Church la the rreetMl factor larly. I and support the Church.They R v. Robert Martin BAPTIST
In any' Instrument on earth for the buildinf ol charaetar are: U) For hleewn wke. (X) Par g pastor CHAPEL
SHEET MUSIC DEPT. ". and food etUwn.hlp.ltIastars. hie children's Mka. (I) For the lake Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Pra'or Rev Erie C Weldo.
houM of apMlual wI_ Without a o( hie community and !IOu... <(41< Morning Worship
141 sic St. N. Ml 11411 atranf Church, neither oWnomcrnor For the take of the Church Is.U.r 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Y 1 efvillution can ......i... Then which. nerde hie morel and materuU REAL HAMS These two beautiful young pup. Training Union 8:30 p.m. Worship Service
ere lour pound noKna why every support Plan. to to to church >fUrly ... pies being held by Shelter Manager John Wilson Evening Worship 7:30
/.yE peraon ihould attend ........ rru-- and teed your Bible tAli'. p.m. 11 a.m. A 8 p.m.
the Humane So
arc the "Animals of the Day" at WEDNESDAY
Naples Laundry & Copyriiiht 1964. K.uler Advert...... Service Inc., Streeburj Ve. ciety's shelter. Described as 2 months old small Prayer Meeting 7:30 Midweek Training Union 7pm.
p.m. Prayer Service 8 p.m.
Cleaners, Inc. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday and shorthnlred (one brown and the other tan

1Na.., A_ a. MI W4II I I Chronicles I Chronicle Jeremiah Matthew Matthew John John with white markings), they would make ideal -
"0". Day Service Available" 28:11.21: 29:10.19 1:4-10 8:1.8 28:11.20 :9.18 10:19-80 house pets for a loving family. These pups are NOTE 1111a -
-- for and directory wlO appear regularly each liNk I
just two of many being offered adoption t the NEWS. .All
may be seen at the shelter between 12 and 3 p.m. ,rite i. churches In the county are tried te phone *
rhaiits
any corrections
or as they .
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Harbor Hospital ReportADMISSIONS "

l' DEATHS

Shower Honors

Bow Line July I John Woods S'araGonaalM I:: Him WASHINGTON F, Howell, S3(,AP administrative ) Wll.
Florence Coe.
.t ,
Joyce Railton director of the World Bank
July 2 Sam Fuller, Emmy V and of two bank affiliates, died

Benson Charlie McSwalnJames Thursday at his home near
BY NOUIE ROGERS Noell, Hattie Harris, Mary A wedding shower was heldIn Centrevllle, Va., of a heart
Phone ME-3634 Brantley Clara Wood. honor of Midi Joyce Railton attack. '
on Thur.dalI'nlnl. ..The
July Gertrude Jackson, Roy ..' July CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP)-
I had a letter from my sister Hope we can have them real often, Hall, Leonard Matheny, Barbara shower was !given by Mr*. John Frank C. Lewman, 14, who'
Marlon Mann,from Flat Rock also hope all clubs take Riley at her home at 1)74 13th
advantage Briggs, Ella Williams, LeBron came to Cleveland in 1911 on a
N.C., who owns and operate of this nice auditorium in the Alexander y Street N. temporary assignment with!
the "Raj Doll Shop" there. Isn'tthat Cove Congress building. The decorations at the shower
Rich man Bros. Co. and stayed'
July 4 Sarah Taylor, Betty Included \\hite candles and two
a cute name? Wanna' know Yep-.Blll and Darbara Turk on to become !board chairman
how it Loveless, George Edmonds Ra wedding ring Joined to two wed,
happened? Several years are back at Naples Land Yacht died Thurda at home In
ago, Marlon went to the Smo- Harbor from their vacation so chal Stewart, Son Fuller. dint bells Refreshment were Orange Village >

kles looking for an old buildIng now I look for things to start July 5 Lilly Andrews, wavey served rind game were played. NEW YORK (AP)-Louis H.'

that would be appropriatefor humming around here Guess I Marie Brown, Shirley Mazzoc Those ,ittendlnc the shower Hartman 80, a pioneer In d..)
.
a doll shop. She found this will quit for this time and go downto chi, Ann Peacock, Charles Wit were Mr H.t. Weatherly Ruth velopment of network radio

one that was a post office, over the pool to cool off,unless 1 am'Irrled tenberg, Albert Rees. \\eathPil In I. Mr*, Paul Ca *o, shows, died Thursday after .ufferlnf .

100 year old. and looking every << off by the mosquitoes.How July 6 Paul Krachkowskl, Joann Pitton Mr*. Curtis Spot a heart attack, *
of bert, Mrs, R.%%'. Baath Mr.
year It. After quite a lot of much longer will these TERRE
Helen Owens Maurine Berger- II\lITE. Ind. (AP)-'
patching some red and frey things be with us. I'm getting Plilllli Klssce, Mrs. HeMn Hoffman Fannie Burelielm

paint but without changing the tired of the dirty looks I get son, Alfred Broderson Robert Mr, Glenn Allen, t.lra. an artist and writer Blumberr.70.died In her,

building in anyway, she started from visitors, when I tell them Harris Q J.C. SeaweiR, Mrs Ruth Mor.oIu, home Thursday night. t
out to locate local women who how unusual it is to have this July 7 Carrie Haire, Henry yt Mrs Tliomjs Brown, Mr*. Louis ,

could and would make authenticand many, so long. Schramm, Frances Vinclquerr, Thleen Mi'*. James Goddard

original cloth dolls of all PA IS MY FACE RED???? Richard Demere, Romelle tore Lots Aston, and hire. fcll.

sires and description. Now fora Just went In to get out my birth. Phlpps, Kenneth Vogstad.DISCHARGES Ham Railton.Ml . Sidney Harris !
EVE R Y 80 D Y''S LOOK I N G ,
name???? day list and found out I did not A navel b"oId", fence In Crest of I Chicago ee'sstructlan s Railton will ue married I
We all had heard Mother tell print the June B'days. Do hope alto lures Ihre, female. to the pupho''.. and the .1t."Io., of a Male passerby to Richard Fr.1I1,11 I McKenna on

many times, of Marlon' first the following folks will forgiveme July 1 Emmy Zuza, Carol"Harvard ., August 22 at St. \nii'* Catholic At Fort Bragg ,
Chin
stage appearance when In school Paul and Beulah Hanlon, and baby boy. tins, \\'lio live in Rainbow COM, eh. '
she was asked to recite this Peg Bond, Frieda Roll and Bart were accompanied b\ Earl's parents FORT DR\GG, N.C.VHTNC).
2 Edward
Cora Campbell ISa
poem "Poor Mahldable Susan Palmer. Hope you all have many July I pks Mr and Mr. Fred Partln Arm> Pvt. Sldne\ S. Harris, 22,

Jane, left all night out In the more and when you come back, Schoemhaler. ...-. of Naple Teddy Kennedy's son of Mr*. Clol'l'lsu i J. Nance,,
rain... Where only the star look. I will buy you all a lolypop OK? July 3 Clarence Sachse, Florence By Sue Clover Richard Rlple\ lOll of Mr. and Copeland, FII.i his been assigned,

ed down to see, how lonely a Now a big Happy B'day to .. Coe,Sue McClungSuzanne MI 26077Miss Mrs. Valentine Hurler' of Hawthorne Condition 'Good' to the 38-ltli Meili.il Company,

poor "Rag doll" could be.... Leo Wood, Charles Hallotk.Law. Relchert, Clara Wood, James Court visited with his at Fort Brw N. C, ,
And In the morning- I found her rence Davidson and one of my Noell "Summer-time and the Livln' Everglades and the coastal parents teienth. Richard who After Long Hide Hurls, an ,imbuUii'e driver In,

there so I washed her face, and favorite people,Jim Selvert.Havefun July 4 Emmy Benson, Ruth Is Easy". Who says? Those of marsh areas stay In their same attends Old Dominion Collegein IIOS I'I'S APt-1tMlore sal the comlanv entered the Aimjj

combed her hair... Then 1 pro. folks and lam sure you know Kelley. us who aren't on vacation workas proximity to us. All of my life Virginia left Naples for Houston Sen, I 10111,11'l 1\ M. Komii'ih I* In In Dm.emlx'r 1003( and ompleted,

mlsed that I would never again that Ken Joins me In these wishes. July 5 George Edmonds, hard as in the winter, cover. I have seen days when not one Tt'xJs'ht're he picket up exrt'Hi nt oiidlllnn following, iris basic training it Fort Sam Houston .,

leave my Mahldable, out In the Mazzle Warren, Vevelyn Robin Ing for those who are on vacation. mosquito was visible and suddenly his ship and will travel to India I00.mllt ,imtnilanri ride) dom Tex
rain." The weather has seemed the wind would change before returningtoNorfolk.Kiel. Ih .ittendedMliml High School

Sooo, naturally it was named son.July unusually hot, the mosquitoes bringing vast swarms of mosquitoes and is a member of the Marl \OI'lhlIl1l'loll| diiilnc which Ii"was '. ::11,1Voi.* pmplo\ed b\ Central:
Girl 10 Finds
Hl\
II
6 to
Woods
John Sara stripped an 01.tliopiHlli
the Rag Doll Shop. Many folks have grown "fat and sassy" and from the western Everglades time Service. Valentine, Jr, alsoin 'bedtxtiMisivo Cabs In Ml,mil Death, before
from here have stopped In on Heart In Sonic Gonzalez, Barbara Briggs and the condition of the East Trail or the Southern marsh the MartllmeSl'rvlc'e. wu with eiiteilng the Arm) .
l had N-PII'
: mot surt's
there way up north and back as baby boy, Rachal Stewart and has finally shook the last tube areas. his parents a few day recently

it 1 I. just three miles south of Boom Office baby boy, Sarah Taylor, Char or wire loose in my car radio. 1 for one hope they decide to and upon returning to Norfolk, process taken to of protect his broken tin-hark inondlii, *nffircrt ;;. THE REHEARSED AD LIB
Hendersonvllle the lie McSwaln. Oh well as Scotch Irish buy the plane embarked on a Persian
on Green. my spray as soon as Irlptothe .
OKLAHOMA CITY in a 1 1Im.1 crash Juni 19. XI St \1I1 Kkt"- M'lI i, in.' \1,11.
vllle Highway, Flat Rock, N.C. Okla. July 7 LlzzleFlndleyWavey mama used to say "It's got to possible and cave the money that Gulf and will travel around the .
AP A Tlip IIMIII of doctor Hut HI PllterInnn I IIh >- '" I"
We hope to be up there In the ( )- 10.year.old girl proved Marie Brown,Shirley Mazzocchl, get better before It can get any would go for rent.COLDING world before returning to Nor. .. ,
has I iken Ilu' at1t'w III' dnc.Ir
Thursday that the Federal Aviation over case: I IK <\m-i \ II.HI. I i. I
fall when the leaves worse." And when I do get to folk Ummmt Sound like kind ..
are turn. Ann Peacock and my , "
baby girl ,
Agency which is conductIng ,Betty tncUnd\ Baptist Hospital, 'I II Iliiul' I.r I ,1 n. 'ntIIIFVr.'w
lug I have always said If Flor. a series, of Loveless, Robert Harris. take my vacation I'll be getting SPEAKERThe of trlpl) sure would love to be a where HIPinmr lYmorntlrsen 111".1, -II. -..
airplane
Ida had she supersonic to see our New England statesIn crowd wasn't stowaway. ,
only a mountain., as large as.XpI'cted ,, ,
boom tests here has itor nioxpd Tlimwlu' ..iit ii o 'I'l'" i "iipinik.
would have a the fall with the trees turn. at the
EastNapleaCIvlc
everything, right? ,
heart BIRTHS ulll inn t\\ ti wpiks I* fun* tlip\' \hhI. i II ,itiliiitn. npa,4ln. i ial
How about that just had a let. lag their bold autumn colors for Association meeting Tuesday SURPRISE PARTY
,
Laurie Werthessen of Ed. July 2Mr.. and Mrs. Vvlllle know whether' surgery!: 1 I. n/'p ter the first time in life. Two thoughtful and sweet
from Marlon, and she sent very my night but then as Sam Coldlng very ,
mond wrote letter Wood .d. l\|1'1 I Illls ll I II. .nn.! 'in n" "
me the following which I think a to the baby girl. In fact, I've never seen New Eng county tax assessor stated" The girls were hostesses Sunday at asurprise '
"sonic booms office" !Kennedy 32, wan placed In afifih.n I 11..1- lllll.t, r 1"'o I IIh'I n 1 lls ,, n, rl.
you will enjoy as I did complain. July 3 Mr. and Mrs. John W, land. only time people are InterestedIn birthday party for theirmother. ..
Ing that while she < >r Miltp after a I1 ,..hlurallllmIJI1I' II II 1 |itnv .i I ,II .1.n,1.1 I 1' ,
''It happens to everyone was fixing Briggs, Jr., baby boy. I saw Brandt Watson director taxes Is when they receive Judy and Linda Hall planned ,, ,
her curtains faster-than-sound drive' from Co OIh'l "'11".1" I I" I ""I" I "">llI "
Everything seems farther away a July 4 Mr. and Mrs Earl J. of the mosquito control district, their tax bills" Mr. Coldlng and directed the parly fortheir Dickinson ,
"
llo.spllal. ,1'I 'I"
than it used to be. It Is twiceas plane flew over, causing the Stewart, baby boy, the other morning. Not having addressed the meeting concern. mother Mrs Herbert (Der
far to the corner, and they rod to fall. The rod hit her arm July 5 Mr. and Mrs. David seen the map of the extended Ing the Sarasota Amendmentnow nadlne) Hall at the home of Mrs.

have added a hill, that I never noticed and broke her Chinese charm Peacock, Jr., baby girl. district I wasn't sure how In. pending to remove the first George Conine on Ridge Road n
before. I have given bracelet. elusive the new coverage wouldbe. two thousand dollars exemptionof The girls even baked the birth.
up July 7 Mr. and Mrs James
running for my bus, It leaves "And they cost $1.50 she He assured me that when real taxable property. Some day cake themselves
faster than it used to. It seemsto said. "So "I will be waiting for P. Haire, baby boy. the tax money becomes avail. people are of the opinion that any Mr, and Mr. Dick Burkner '.N 6

me they are making stair. my money. able, East Naples will be covered tampering with the State Homestead of Naples Villas left this week

cases steeper than they used Douglas Doyle acting operations AUTHOR to Include Naples Manor. Exemption Act will open for a vacation In Gatllnburg, If
to be In the old days. And have manager of the sonic boom That' about six miles east of the the door to further tampering Tenn. They plan to be gone about
study said his staff didn't think IS A SUCCESS city. I heard someone the two weeks.
you noticed the small print they say throughout the state and that even. .,
use now, In the newspapers? the booms were really responsl. NrW UKkP"- "On in a other day that he hoped the Mos. tually the act which has been a Mr. and Mr. Don Lancaster ri
The papers too are getting far. ble, but something should be Row," ,i pint shod an author quito Control District would wait great factor In the development have returned to their home In

ther and farther away when I done. The staff cut red tape and win lnul ""'01 I ith I suites u a year before buying a spray of our state will be taken away. Guilford Acres after a brief trip

hold them I have to squint, to collected $1.50 for Laurie, heuliutu, is bring readied on plane that after it was purchased Coldtng aid that Collier County through the State.HARMONY .
make out the news. There Is daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas the Hummci In mil unuit for they would have to use It tc would profit very little, U at all, SHORES NEWS

no sense In having them read Werthessen. SipH'iiibcr airivul on Hroudwiy, justify buying it. The gentleman from such a move since 3400 "All's' Quiet On the "Eastern"

aloud, as everyone speaks In lien Piazza" .i huh the Total: rule must be an optimist. The dls. of Collier County' 48,000 Par. Front", Yes, things are mighty

such low tones, I can hardly in the drHmu. the author Hip trlct can wear out several planes celt of taxable land U under quiet these day around Harmony

hear them The material In my To measure baking powder and !Vhlilfcr.. u iwhihir of he hiMoxvriMiny and then' need\ for aerial ,spray. Homestead Exemption. It j( 'sho S'r *> dresses I.' alwaYI'100 sklmmy unit JMcU 6*' sMall/ '.rn hints of Jt Vnt '' IVintrmty ofMiOHlgiirf. in?' wni'stljl exist, Well drain the feeling of some people in 11 le : r :, Slioivs,I

around the waist lately and my other dry Ingredients', dip Up the hlrs nttcn .ihoriUont' id'slid 'tlilck y populated 'cities' the East Naples Civic Association their year.round residence: but

shoes are almost Impossible to ingredient wi th a measuring spoon 1 before, Thi, I h' Ins' first on the east coast still find It a that while this may be true In season the resident of the 1I

reach. Even the people are und level off with I Bpitula. .t ago cffat necessity, and will as long as theRECEIVES now It will not necessarily be BO Shore reaches the m_ hundrpil. ., I

changing; they are much young. a* the area become more thickly Wit talking to the ro-owntr of
er than they used to be whenI settled. the park Mr. Cox, and he said --I

was young. On the other hand, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gilbert that just this week some one from

people my age are so much old. 1 of Barrett Avenue are leaving California requested spare at
er than I am. 1 ran Into an soon for a vacation In and around the park and had to be refused _

old classmate the other day and the Great Smokies. There are because the Shores Is 100 tier
tx
she had aged so much she didn't some lovely camp sites In that cent full In the winter time Mr. >

even know me. I got to think. part of the country and this and Mrs Andrew Lelher and

Ing about her as 1 glanced In 1 year the Gilbert plan to make son Jack have left Harmony
the mirror today and confound the most of them. They will be Shores and returned to (their

It; they don't even use the same 1l pulling a camp trailer and Mr. home In Greenhurst, N.Y. Mr.
kind of glass In the mirror and Mrs. "Buddy" Porsythe and and Mrs. Cox will be at the

anymore." family of Bayslde Drive plan to Shores for a few weeks until u
I the new managers of the Shores ,1.. i ,
q 1j travel with the Gilbert family,
HOME TOWN STUFF leaving Naples at the sam arrive and, get settled.
Hope andMr.ClaudeCoth- PALM TREE PHILOSOPHY TAKING I I TIN I Llnd ft\t\ >tr tl Colts, wash,
you didn't mind my talk. time Mr.
Ing about my relates, but I do like ron of Naple will be leaving for I could feel underprlvlllgecl be vl.v., midtown MCtion of M,nhilt'" from Park Avenue I

to brag about them once In a while. the Great Smoky Mountain about cause I don't have ilr-conclltlon area, The 18 y<.r,nld bl ''t ', n. f
Now we can get back tohome town the sam time Mra. Cothron log in my home as yet, exie]>t .

stuff, like how nice it was to see and Mr*. Gilbert are sisters for the fact that It makes me
how the kids had parked their J eager and anxious to go to work
bikes so nicely at the shopping r each morning because It's so Personalize Auto
center today. Thanks fellas. d VISITS IN IMMOKALEE pleasant to work In the coolness I your
I
Alice Wise tells me she has I Mr. Shirley Berry Fredricks there.Moose.
"
heard from Lucille DeBrun Tay. Street, spent last week In Immo. Y '

lorvtlle, HI.; al.o. Flo and Ed.Schalbles. (h kalee. She was visiting with Mrs CD CD
up In Michigan tell u* John Barley but while there de. To HoldSmorgasbord
the deer and elk are very plentl. G signed and helped decorate tne

ful this year In fact there will be \ float for the Rumsey Tractor

open season on elk Bring back Co. which was used /In the July
r The Naples Moose Lodge will
memories of some wonderful 4th Parade.
hold a Smorgasbord dinner this LBJLIMITED
hunting I enjoyed while In the Visiting with the Berry this
Saturday at 5:30 at the
Adirondacks Remind me to tell I week i* Mr. Beverly Lambertand p.m.
Moose Lodge Ticket $1.50
are
you of a bobsled ride I had up sons Danny and Teddy of
for adult and 75 cent for chll.
there one winter. WoweeeeelDarn Immokalee. They are enjoyingthe dren.

these timid people (INew. SAFETY AWARD for Naples Pilot Club Shown here from beaches here and the fishing. George Lowe of the Moose an. /
ell Cornish and Sam Mason Thursday they had lunch at the -
brought In some real nice nook left are Mis. Agnes Dt>atoll, director Women' Division Allstate foundation Elk Club. nounced that Harry Kirkland and

this past week, and I had to twist : Miss Eleanor Goridatd safety chairman of the Pilot Club of Mr. and Mr, Earl Partin and his orchestra will provide music

Frances Mason's arm to make Naples leeching! 9100 check from All State representative ; Miss children have returned to Na. for an amateur talent contest $4.25
medal she Ruth E. Pilot Club International President pie after and dance from 9 a.m, to 2
her show me the fancy Cunningham presenting pending a few weeks ,
won at the square dance last Sat. citation : Mis. Goorvrcna Havlena, safety chanman of Pilot Club International Ir Barbourvllle, Ky, The Par a.m.

urday evening. and past president. The man at right) is an unidentified re piesentnthe -
So please do not be bashful of All State.National OFFER! .13
TAX ;
about turning In any news you
may have. 1 shall be very glad I
to put it In the column. Even If

you don't think It Interesting, Honor Caps Pilot YearMiss TOTAL

some one else may especially ;
those away from home who take $4 00 -i if iW
GUEST HOUSE
the paper, like Des Stone, wayup Eleanor Goddard, safe sentatlon of a grant In the amount \ Goddard stated, "p0 one 1r ,

there in Canada. Hellodare, Des, ty chairman of the Pilot Club of of $10,000 from the Alhtate stands alone It took the cooperation PRICE! .

howl about a note from you, as Naples, has returned from the Foundation to Pilot Club Interna of many people to put
to the weather and fishing how
and 43rd annual convention of Pilot tional' Charitable and Educational this >safety> project over the top.
you are are you having fun?
Always get a big charge out of Club International at the Wal Foundation t fu nhe r Safe- She gave special thanks to Judge FOR RENT SEND US:

talking with the children who are dorf-Astoria Hotel In New York ty. Stanley 1w'J>. Reynolds, PTSA

left In the lobby of the hospital where she was honored at a The safety contestentrles were Board of Director, Board of

while their parents rail on the luncheon along with other finalists highlighted In a safety program County Commissioners, Mayor 1. INITIALS DESIRED

patients. When they are too small In the International safety presentation by Mrs. GeorgenaV. Archie Turner, members of City

or too shy to talk I can usually contest sponsored In cooperation Havlena, Pilot Club International Council Chief of Police Ben FOR TWO

make a hit with some funniesor with Allstate Foundation safety safety chairman, at which Caruthers, I KerrCralge.Albtace 2. BACKGROUND COLOR

crayons and a color book division. time she read the "award" letter Representative parents of participating I
I always wish 1 had a tape recorder The Pilot Club of
Goddard from
Naples tied to Miss Judge student. Radio Station
for the who do want
to talk. Boy oh ones boy, would mama for second place with the Pilot Klchard M. Stanley In which he "" "' 00. Fred Winter, Ton Morgan Located on the edge of Naples Bay. 3. LETTER COLORMail

and papa be amazed. Then some, Club of Atlanta, Ga, The top stated that traffic violations were Doris Reynolds and to the Cool breeze, comfortable, twin bedi.
like cute Susy Baker want to award went to the Pilot Club of reduced 17 per cent In the age Collier County News for the excellent -

help out In some way, like sort. Livingston Tex. for its Fire group participating In the Hlot front page ewe rage given and other utilities. Private dock for check today, for Immediate shipment, to: 'ri'r

Ing out old mags. I happen to Prevention Program. Club of Naples Traffic Court to our Safety Program' and to boating and fnhlng. i

know Susy I I. a very food baby Dr. VUda Shuman first vice Improvement program. the membership of the Pilot

sitter president Pilot Club lRft>rnatlon- Mrs Agnes D. Beaton, dlrec- Club of Naples MUNICIPALSUPPLY

al. eslded over '. \, j "iiimn's Division of All- The Pilot International Themefor MI 2-4167

"REAL: TREAT"Ken luncheon, according to ilsiGoddard. 2 *ie , dam *nnou,ced the 1964-1955 for pilot clubs

and 1 with Mr and Mrs Pilot Club International winning clubs and Albrate repre- throughout die world Is "Hands & SIGN CORP. ;'
real treat
Therm Ridge had a when we President, Miss Ruth E. sentatives presented the safety and Means United In Service".

last Friday evening Hut for Cunningham Intr"Juced! the awards with Pilot 1l1te rnadonalI'resldent The slogan set by Miss Goddardfor
went to the Tahltitan
some real Polynesian\ food then speaker! Frederick J. Gasserr, Miss Ituth E.rumlng- the Safety Committee of the P. 0. BOX 1765

well to the Ui nt show All the Jr. who spoke on "The Price hai' presenting the citations. Pilot Club of Naples Is "Let NAPLES FLA.

?'l\tUt.lIItS end\ J wonderful joi, of Complacency ir ->afety", Gas- In accepting the award In be- Your lean Speak and your Hands 1

PuMC a IS ire*'d: we enjoyed) it, sect closed his talk will, a pre. r if of the Pilot:lub of /aples, \ct In Service through Safety".





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EVEN SHORTER THAN LINCOLN'S GETTYSBURG ADDRESS for More

__. d_ _ _._..,, .__.. .._ .. ... UAW Presses
She Ntnt :-on.. .. f_ :t Rules
Work
K. : : on
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;: ( :;l; i/ .f:> } -:'"' BY RAY CROMLEY

FRIDAY JULY 10, 1964 fIfIIIII / \\ashlngton CorrespondentNewspaper

,. .. .... \ Enterprise Assn
N :( : .; ,

I Why Not Sell Stamps At Face Value? ;: : :< .. .,. L ,.. .. feeling one gets from talking ,

/...... .... (i DETROIT-I !\EA I-The automobile industry.Umted A'
in the big
'. .' negotiators are goingcome
workers
.:. "j' auto
l machines of the II that the
vending by every one Workers contract talks this fall with slza!
I What this country may need Is not a nation's 323,771 corner mail boxes and 1 i. \ out of the protracted neoliatlons.

flve cigar small boxes so that postage Is available l Is going to be over
the big fight
five-cent stamp, that Is, that can be 24 hours a day. unions shall haf* In determining the rules under which!

food from a vending machine for The Post Office Department has not "? ... t/ union men \\ork. and tense even when the

not three for 20 cents a mark. been J" Management men grow nervous evlden,
i resting on its deficit, however. As ; talk privately on this problE'm. Union men are giving

a third. early as 1962 it commissioned the Trl- of a determination to have an increased say on work ruler
evident In
( It could also use an eight-cent air ner Scale and Manufacturing Co. to develop 4 r,0rv determination of an intensity thai hasn't been r.
_
nail stamp costing eight cents, not 10 a weatherproof, foolproof and ( : < f" -: tent ears.

cents a 25 per cent markup.That theftproof stamp vending machine. ,I.... \\' . J '" THIS THE SIGNS ARE that fighting on this front will bi'

at least, Is the opinion of Rep. Eight of the first models are now in v\ \\ // : .. long and bitter Management men think they competition can hand wage nawll

Roland V libonatl of Illinois, who pointsout operation outside the new post officeat I I increases record and number still manage of cars to in beat the foreign current boom marketi

that the United States" is the' only the New York World's Fair to test \ They a don't say how far they can go in raising wages without

nation in the world that allows its stampsto public reaction. :-- fil raising prices. I
of
at the beginning an auto
be sold at a premium.Not Last year the post office sold 14,7 mobile But because exactly they don't what know models the public Is going to buy

only that. He sees no reason why billion sheet stamps of all denominations witness year the unexpected boom In Ford's Mustang and the

people caught stampless after post office (exclusive of commemoratives) for $741 failure of Ford Edsel a few years back I. the only way auto
is to make
hours with an urgent letter shouldbe million Rep. LibonsM estimates that if management men see to meet market changes their
quick shifts In the mix of cars going through produc
forced to go hunting for an open vending machines were Installed at every lion lines

drugstore with a vending machine; or, mail box they would handle 42 per cent .-. - These shifts require changes In the work assigned to individual -

even during hours, should have to standin of all first-class and air mail stamps.He men lor in the amount of work done by Individual

line waiting while others insure par. also predicts it would lead to a lI1en Management men say that a cutback In management's abll-!

eels and take care of other post office 10 per cent Increase in such sales, or a : ll>. to freely make these changes without negotiating with the

business. potential market of $380 million. ; : t; -- union in each case would destroy management's ability to
; make the quick shifts they' must make to keep costs down
In England, for instance, one can Private vending machine companies, and compete In an erratic and fluctuating market.

buy stamps from dispensers outside post of which there are less than 10, would { I Even when o\er-all demand is high the demand for any

of night at continue for !P particular model or type may vary up or down rapidly in an
offices at any time day or to dispense stamps a per. 1If/tS-- tAu .o..JI ;"", ,,
III :" unpredictable way. >
face value. mlum( at indoor locations
nongovernment these management men say therefore, that they can

The congressman wants to go one for those willing to pay for the .. "i. '('. . . take high wages a lot easier than they can accept tying their
..
better than that by placing nonprofit convenience m.m_ p'.JVpe::; k hands on how they shall assign labor.


.\l'TOfEN! REPORT a rising pressure from workmen for

I These Wars Are OverAt The Best of BoyleBY ; lfrEJ@R. the right to leave machines when they want providing they
do an agreed-on amount of work in a day.

HAL BOYLE Management men say that because the modern auto pro-
long last It looks as If something alive year after year. duction line is a continuous process if one man leaves his

constructive be done within the The taxes are often called luxury) job. the whole line may grind to a halt.
may flying In most directions.His A top management man in one of the major automobile
forseeable future about those federal excise levies. But that, to most minds, Is a mis can BALTIMORE still get a shave Md. (and AP)a-hair You first strokes with the ra. companies says "I 1 see the problem. I recognize what these

that nomer. The toilet articles used universally the men are But I don t know how to change It.
or sales taxes are a hang cut for six bits.-a long IIyou'rt tot were high on right saying
NOT SO HOT I
from World War 11 and the} Korean by women hardly fall into the luxury not too fastidious and cheek, furtive little scraping "If we're going to make cars we can't be stopping the line
.
over class your nerves art all right. motions. He went on and I Editor, Collier County News: all the time We can't negotiate either every time we want
In kind of
War.A our society. Nor do 'Haircuts SO cents," a sign at could hear him counting under We are very seriously con someone to do something diffrrrnt from what he's beendoing

House committee has been study- handbags, wallets or wedding rings, all the Maryland Barber School his breath. sidering moving to Naples sometime ."

them with a view to ultimate re- of which are subject to the tax. Nor promises, "shaves 2} cents." I later learned that a personIs this coming Fall and living -
ng Inside the school at the end shaved In 14 steps; the first there on a permanent basis.In .
Ision. It is expected that: reductions does a coat with a little fur trim whichis of two long rows of barber below the right sldeburn-with order to have a better know.

f not total repeal will ,corne,'within another tax-soaked item. chairs there hangs another sign a free hand stroke-the last In ledge of Naples and the surrounding TODAY IN WASHINGTON

less. This emphasizes an often overlookedfact that declares the hollow below the Up with a area, please enter my I
wo years or 'All work done by student reverse free hand stroke. subscription ... starting at once.
If this turns out to be 'the case, the thafr. 'we need to pay close attention only." At step No. 13 the razor Is at we have visited Naples during BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

overnment will be |just about 20 yearsate fo taxes other than the income tax. Almost all. The student who the Jugular vein It was at this the winter season more or less
point that I
And need to was cutting my hair bore downa congratulated my. regularly for quite a few yeara
In getting around jo'this particular !we pay special attentionto self for the
suffering student'shaircutting
bit hard with the clippers andexposed and, frankly, we have fallen in WASHINGTON (AP)-senate Collins, former governor of
which
,ind of I tax reform. When' :the excise taxes are imposed, supposedly some scalp above and mistake quietly. love with the place and the many hearings Into the funeral business Florida, resigned a $7S,000-a.!

axes were imposed everyone expectedhat ) for the duration of a real emergency and behind my ear The studen. and I communi. fine people whom we have met. found an industry where year post as president of the
cated
they would be'ended, with the wars ,then are continued long after that emergency "Mr. AlniCO," he Implored dence freely In him-our I by lack swallowing of tonfl. We plan to be there the early price competition "Isdeliberate.ly National Association of Broad.
quietly. Mr. Amlco-the barberIn
of for the .
part September pur. hampered- nd in large forbidden casters to accept appointment
hat were :-esponsiblejor them. But Confess has passed Into history* This Is residence scampered over' nervously and sending my pose of finding a place to renton ," the Investigation's as director of the new Commun.
the Itahl -.pf the federal. retail excise an din a few moments of spirit Je Adam'a apple bounding toward 12-month basis and
tooldthe road ndrkept them : she a our chairman, Sen. Philip A. Hart, Ity Relations Service created by
.t rID. easy taxes. J3U .' ' .I.' "1 n"'> <3 'snipping nan repaired TnT edge of'' the blade; lie ujlrespiting future plans will depend upon how. declared Thursday __..- _the Civil Rights Act.
.
and ,,
: -qjSverlng with '' "" '
damage ,or so heeal&-T J JjTtie
the tfa-flnd it through tn* stalled The"Michigan Democrat;who Collins told the Senate Com.
/ student continued and razor. $ hot months.R. heads the Senate Antitrust and merce Committee earlier in the
neither' of, UI spoke of his misF A'.tep No. ,\\4. he was on
firmer C. Grant Monopoly subcommittee, pre week he would receive the $CO-
fl.rtdj the
I take.To '. ground worst Warren, OhioEDITOR'S dicted at the close of the three 000 settlement plus some other
qualify for a barber's tI. was over. "Ther V" he said, at ( NOTE: You proUably days of hearings that the Fed. benefits, from the NAB. His
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS cense a student must complete last scratching the hollow! below will find, as have many eral Trade Commission "will contract with the broadcastershad
900 hours of supervised hair. my lip. others that Florida is hot. take hard ..
no a look at the situation. more than a year to run.
As I paid him I to
thought
cutting and shaving This Is a } ter in the summer than are ." His salary from the government

,- ,* .rg+ tayllRyA fact well known by the school's ]'ask hours, "by have the way?,"how many many sections of your own state. Citing the National a neral will be set by the Presl.
regular customers you got As a matter of fact, according Directors Association which dent, reportedly at about $20,.
n "Oh, he said, "at the end of
By now my student waa far |the day I'll have 47" to our wire service it gets hotter prohibits as, unethical the ad. 000.
enough along to begin trimmingmy in some northern states thanIt vertlslng of prices Hart said Williams, In a Senate speech,
sideburns with a razor He does here. At least one can In his opinion "no single group quoted Broadcasting magazine
did It gingerly. STRICTLY FRESHRanch dress for hot weather In Florida. in this country-funeral directors as reporting Collins was re.
Even If no one told you that and there is always the Gulf or otherwise-has the right leased from the contract after
you were being ministered to bya handy for a quick cooling off.) to agree among themselves to Johnson called NAB's executive

novice, you would know It bya homes do away with take any steps to eliminate committee to the White House.
hundred little signs. the clutter in the basementand price competition." The magazine said after the

My student, for example,. attic and put it In the 7 people WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. White House meeting the NAB
asked me to turn my head to garage. John J. Williams, R.Del., has committee "voted to release:
r the left. A Journeyman barber s In the questioned the propriety of their president and give iiir

would never do 'hat. He would If you can remember -'I President Johnson's reported severance to offset salary taCo
I1h grip the top of your head likea garden furniture that your : action in getting a $60,000 con. riflces he will make in taklr
coconut and give it a twist ir '" news tract settlement for LeRoy Col. the government job," William!

c the desired direction.The lins. declared.

..uii student was finished now By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

and It gave him an opportunityto ABERDEEN S.D. (AP) The WASHINGTON' AND"SMALL
display what was apparentlyhis father of the Fischer quintupletshas ;
tour de force-the removal confirmed that his wife Is "
of the cotton sheet that keep rl BUSINESS"ly
baby-4helr 11th -
expecting a
c the hair off you. it be an .
but says reports may C, ',WIISON, . HAUDI *.
,c( With a flourish he snatched it other multiple birth are un. .

from my chest and In one mo. founded. .
tlon whirled It In a tight are could get up out of. chancesare "Only God knows," said An. I ,ll 111. H! Ill, wished to bring down on each
and snapped It, sending hair you're getting pretty old. drew Fischer, 39, Thursda) in I' ,mlttnb iitiin un other lire and brimstone to win
see the struggle In thin manner
have been
"No Xrays
[ W i ': Aberdeen. .\nd Ihrrr tame lime In the
1 Ik ChrltUaa ....... Monitor taken." a see
"'. : ,
? ;h'W (inll.and when the Poohhahsn
'Be takes a let el time betwtta shots, bat It certainly seems to pay .r The quints will be one year the I'utomac fell there wa S< Ihiy uirv,. both of'nIlI.lU,1II sLlliii.huh .,l
14. The AberdeenAmerlcan.New. I 'iuhf. (Tint
I r .CfNT.ASPIC, old Sept a stirring of unrest among the u- ., term used when
said Mrs. Flsch.
Mirror of World Opinion l ROVCR PLAnET pcuplr with many believing; Iht'r'' '' ,is u systun thai wi*
31 Is expecting early tall. thai the
ERATO.PUODLEACROSS er, ''I Hid i her l'nh'r/JrIMc/

Shareholders 24. DUlf S EO. TIt. C V L A NEW YORK (AP) Former bed been thai Inlr 1 . .
Not iii Front of the fI
1. Rate :25 PasUlta T R [: 5 T t. f. S C A R President Dwight D. Eisenhower tailed ( S'I f ) i'i \nd the Poohbahn nf the'
Great land had taken fromtheir
who Much than Wall Street In the 4. Third king :l7 HOlrl . MCA PIE S will receive the second annual Treasury,
[May wail] a sad month for those more ,.. I I people* billion upon billions -
believe In the Ideal of a shareholders' United Statu, the London Stock Exchange of udah :l8. Easily cal MOT 0 R HUT. . Famll of Man Award of the could solve I not all' 1pohlt'm" 1 or dollar to gale away to
democracy The Amei'lean-controlled Is in a near-monopoly! situation. Graceful tied 6MCR tlERATED Protestant Council of the City of the undei Ided people to con-
Crown Cork company persisted In Its Moreover unlike the American position, trees .3 .orse T t A. P E R 1 I. ARE New York. * time them that their war was
refuial to PlY a dividend, against the It Is not directly: overseen by any public 11 Risked wuntY I IN' U R t. S PIN E The council said Thursday he So foil I Mill best the Ivan of the Dark
vociferous protests of many Brltlih minority body like the Securities and Exchange n. Lab n'l :t3 Shushune FEE D E R T I E R will be honored at a dinner Oct. the. I'lXihiMiniKhl .. ,. F. I' land preached to all the pee.pica -
ihareholden. The directors of the Commliiion. It Is proud of Its standards, daughter an Indian 28 for his 'llfe.long dedicationand nck' I that the only way to prowperiiy
0 R 0 P S S f: AS.U.
which self-imposed. Yet It seems, 14 Circulated H. CI'PSI' contributions to the and pease for all wa to
Drages group decided to capitalize reserves are prtn. 'ado' Ix int. i C W. Merger
In the form of ordinary shares they are still not modern enough It "r"k7M pocl.elbwk SOLUTION 0' SATURDAY'S PUZILI clples of freedom and humanity sal! "r .. .nil" na" ,II"cnl" follow their way.
'S without votei. The chairman's1 itMemcht does not issue a list of dally closing 16 35. Awn' throughout the world." tx'rqit.| | I tlll.l "IK III," hI ,'d nn I * *
from Burmah 011 made no reference to prices. Even after recent official prodding 17 Fixed 36. MlssFuch.for Ili, ld\.i r Til. rhi" .ncMntL N..w "I ,hapiicnid/ the Ivans
19. Cover with, a.ntH UIune lime J plolnl: & "rl roll d JIHIIIS |h.,11, l h,, of UK, Dark lurid not ascru
turnover
last lummer'i take-over bid which the it is going to publish .13 Man Bntr COLUMBUS: : OhioP) 1 I : ; rea
>e j h uiluiil, >ulim |ii i the
lug.,, Crn..llInr mill )In'url luokmuin | e
month.
Burmah board advised should be rejected figures only once a 20 Papal cuun lUll" nickname 4 Onleru\. Evangelist Billy Graham, askedIf in.n| | , ,. dilutions' And bei i I P""hb,ihn nf the Great. Land.
Finally the Chairman of the Certainly London is not yet equipped 21 Unshod 40.l'r..I'ail H Some S Teeter he favors any candidate for .nm Un' Hiiuint |i 'i.ilis| ni\ "i.ind they only talked about
Council of the London.Stock Exchangemade technically to provide statistics on the 6 \ president, said Thursday "I head
23 Handle DOWN: 'Iperrough" ii l f1i.lu\iri" | Jiiniiin I tunes <>( \\ hat nn< <>f nod Janus
'to be scale But this does not U Fifteenth ,,tvM't even told the Lord ,, I
It clear that Investors were Wall Street 8olllb"1 my I IK n lint "nlin Him< nf win, -nid
given no details of stock exchange tran- seem to be the main objection. It Is G. kurr I Pll\.hrn 8 I"JutI' \ thoughts jet" .Hi. 1'..Ihb"h. "w'd"rI', (II' I ace

actions that the Board of Trade did not said by the exchange that public knowledge .e 9 ,trmv mule Graham, In Columbus for a 10. U.ii.rtVir' un l>n\fitv, lout| thus the Scans lhrou h-
4 '
s
force them to disclose.A of the details of dealings In each C t: i / I" 10 8edruterri day crusade, said he has never ace the world heralded that
collection of events of this kind share would make the position of jobbers 11.1 tl: Slemmer In given any encouragement to .\nd thus II ante Intn brim one-hflh, or more of the people
belongs to the time before the great Impossible since the state of their 'WI'J 0 I'.rlsI. those urging him to enter poll. thai with onl' head Janus pro- In the Great Land were living
British Aluminium battle of the winter "books" would be known. It is alro 0 IS 18 Lead.unf tics, because he feels that his aimed( to all the land that In dire poverty and thus the
mark the If turnover figures is In neur before had there been ay lrm wed In the Great Land
of 18 8-5II. This seemed to argued that daily ..110' role evangelism I
final defeat of the Idea that a small! were published the public would equatea I 17 /0 I' 21 Fundamen "Both parties do need pray. -u, h treat pnt,.perlty. wntlatthe could not possibly be any good.
group of self-elected people were entitled high volume of businuss. "ith high ? 1.1lit er," he added. other head shouted equa'ly! I .
to call thermelvea the City" to profits for brokers st U 22 Spore as loud never before had an I And these undecided people

speak for "the City," and to define the Jobbers, it is true have a right not rJ 23 F+uxur NEW YORK (AP-. ames M. Great much Land potertr ambled the.-'!,''do"I' liitened ,in wonderment" "How
t national InUreiT; that boards of directors to be put at a disadvantage But the ,. h iIi i ss y I... 1l 25 Draught tandls, former dean of the Harvard . each \ h ppen" they asked of

would and should decide what Investing public has a greater right If : '4 Io Jl 16 r"clfcU Law School, has been :3us.peflded : And tl ,M.U.| ,,< Ih,' bit",,1uuiit I the Great"Iher. Land If the ti system MI great
best fo? their shareholder, without the stock is worried that the s N tr '7
I was exchange '. $ / 2T fnitghlrn from practicing law In I slid Ih" tlu Himdriiiiindurt They hup gone to War on Povtrt -
to consult them on, for ..x.I has Inflated Ideas about broking .
public .
bothering So T& 18 Point in New York States because of In. trans .I'd111111101& \ And they henceforth de-
s/ .
I ample a take-over bid or the application profits the simple answer Is for theseto f fenanpe come tax violations.The " I ci'id;' ihr/ thin, they needed
shareholders' funds to a new be also. The to deal ''
of published way 29. Rufleln State 'I .
U H $ Supreme Cou a *,i. Uuat van mole pt i rtv
t use and that the stock exchange was with an Ul-lnformed public opinion Is R .y'/"" JO Gr lnarkrlJ6 pellate divlflor orderec the ac. Put It .. happened al'nl.1 .e.
a private club rather ,than a public to educate and inform It, not to suppress It 5"I Tflrachord -tlon Thursday on petition by the lime there w a a a mighty {I ,\nd that la hew the whole
the facts needed for an Intelligent ii' lie gulag fin far the mind ( I world
Institution. s. o and figures 12 Small Bar Association of New York s Anally was, to ese a
Recent events may be hoped to represent appreciation It Is also the way 47 47 4S Rall1h, ''II City. l men aedtrta the (.:: l'tdI word now ."llne-t. ..Id. .y the
no mon than a set-back In the to prevent any further waving by the i \ BtHr... Landis 84, served a month In hvthehan.ana"the l>ark land aver I' I tan. .r the Dark Land and
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VIVIAN BROWN Swim Needs AccessoriesBy S FOR AMERICANS


AP Ntwiftoturtt Writer

"II' atin't in the sot ,al; ?

,* 1111 merely' because, \'ou : d

sire I a pool\ | or two In I.ur"Ic'h.ltd w

This teat the HOME

ustion i 1how &GARDENJ
art 1',1ut
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''')'"K pool. | accessu'I "" '
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'" NeMerday'a rldlll, rs t'" Jul Ill, I '11,5 COLLIER COl'NTY NEWS J
jna pool 1 owner
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thing that sell a pct

,part from other swimming point! ,,, ,
III the neighborhood this sot) "" House Designed To Provide
air 'ingenious additions such at
fi'i tt..r
underwater lights and IIamgchnne

"., 1 Iaungea. ..... ,. ,..
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innes tubulii ,, '
m
al] " '" Respite from 'Family Togetherness'By
nun frames art considered the ,. ..." "....."
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precede resistance of pool buffs

And to be really with 'it. they YIATER'SEDGE ELrc.A\cE L'lll, ]': Bru,
should have seats and backs assembled this raft with bt VIVIAN BROWN --- 47/6 I
with an u j nil I b"" e I III' 11- "P Newsfeotures Writer
fur receptacles in each arm ing towel for a Vw Y'lrk Chapter ""I,I AI': 'II.dn r Insti '
glasses lute of Interior :New ideas in home improvements originate .sometimes BED ROO I 'ill: Rii -" : DINING
If one gets bored just lying Designers exhibit al Old Uisthurx Gardens : ,
when designer or architects cannot find exactl what
around on the water, there's a on Long Island lowlY IIMr9, C
floating, basketball game complete I Designers show. they want for a particular home. So they design it. I h KITCHEN ;
"Orsnge and discovered there was "" placeto
with a floating hoop and Soit was at one of the three houses of Good Taste al 1 8x14t
pink are more likely colors to be hang them. So they devised md
an inflatable ball. And you can aeen st pools than color combinations an interesting tier towel table the World's\ Fair explains Eugene Stephenson who was

hive your libation while you are like red and white," for the purpose They' put it between LtMiesigner ithEllen MiClunkey
playing with glasses foalingon Brice and Everett Itrnwit HALL GARAGE ;
suggests considering two lounges where it also
coasters that resemble miniature nature's colors that "Though it is a traditional their own dining table (drop-leaf
are most serves ss a service table.
life ring*. Or tike your prominent at your pool before Another of their settings wasa house and the kitchen with its ia good in. small rooms), a desk _

dunks from plastic containersthat coming to a decision green raft covered in ainlan duck (island cooking arrangement lain wheretheycm work quietly away I :
float offering more safety (grass) and turquoise (water) with a large umbrella in the l contemporary mood thoughtit from the hubbub which can de-
than glass at the water. are the two colors to work with center would be nice 'to have a floor Icendonillem sissy lime without I I y

Once out of the pool dry off They coordinate with lots of Talk about getting away fromit covering that was in an early warning and a television" BEDROOM < LIVING RMI
BEDRM
while play American theme," he She liken to see a library in a
you a game of magnetic other colors so pick as many as ..1In\ comfort It's easy if you saya. t
cards on a magnetic card you \like he says He and his own a swimming pool What he came up with was a house. if it is at all possible I ; a I I/ i 9K I I/e Z i 161e I4,
tray guaranteed to defy winds up wife Far line. with whom he does hooked rug design in vinyl in There art both a library and
to 35 miles an hour. styling for towels and carpets, Make one-loot squares that can be putdown a family room in the eightroom
Carts wheels in Insect Repellent floor >Ml T //40.56'P
on tome: handy designed some "oven' a"aCllvetowels In any plain-color house of ule. CN
around a pool to haul food from for this display and then Small clay pots make effective to "I'<'rnlll a nice aoft finish "It's anldealptsc.. tor parentsto a
one to another One with 1Ihe\ of the email dinner if
spot table molds easy care have patties .
or container for attractive --'--- ---- --
12 inches In diameter is a conversation il-yourself insectrepellent hard Hutface" It was installed young people are entertaining, in 5/6FRONT-
piece housing a temperature candlea. like an area rug in the diningHection the dining room. h., a place too
and humidity, indicator of the kitchen where a where television maybe watched
Melt wax or paraffin in a double dinette iron ia RANCH HOME for four-season living It constructed with basement of poured concrete
There are grooved nonslip mats set in wrought Libraries ire taking over family i
both decorative and serviceable. boiler and mix with oil of another Innovation of rooma in many homes<< where apace walls poured concrete floor .I.tb. plaster celling with Insulation, wood stairs to main

Aluminum screen houses are citronella and camphorated oil. Sti'phenson'a.Ihe la limited because they are more floor and steel and concrete bulkhead to garden There are wood frames for all Interior and

still popular additions to any Pour the mixture into pots large oval-shape table restful epos" exterior partitions rafters and celling- blots Interior finish Is plaster Exterior aiding
pool a nice place to tool off around wicka fashioned from has a cherry top and wrought iron One of her pet Wear 'I. .'
horizontal wood that front which Is vertical redwood siding- Roof Is asphalt
twisted twine A small lead except on porch
warm up or take telephone calls. base Chairs have wooden aeats work in the teen-age room. She
Visitors who like poolside parties washer or button ands bit of"wire and metal frames with pillow- haa always believed that young shingle; floors ire wood. The !living room has a semlfreestandlng- fireplace with a

but don't awim need not fear will hold the wick in place while back tops he thinks of aa Shaker people should have furniture hood over It: the front hall U paved' with fljfstone. Architect Is Jan Retner,1000" 32nd St.

practical jokers in the crowd the wax is being poured after style, that can b' taken with them when North, St. Petersburg 0, Fla.
with a new aqua aid that is worn the hole In the bottom of the pot FIlenMiCluhkey.who "done n't they get married :"to give i them a t
on the wrist-a plastic box with is covered. believe in family togetherness," start.'* Later, can be movedto

compressed sir that inflates a had an opportunity to send that another room, she gays
life-aaving gizmo. It is said to Fence of Fruit TreesFor messsge home In her decoration What she chose were tome Patio Dress Matched to Terrace Tablecloth I
be able to hold up a fully clothed an attractive hedge or of a master bedroom that can be early American atylea. The

person for hours. It's reusable fence, we suggest a row of dwarf a hideaway She put a nice big stenciled Hitchcock chairs are
with a new compressed cyl fruit trees set out six feet apart. table in the bedroom ao that yellow, other furniture ia cherry By VIVIAN BROWNAP
inder. Dwarf trees ate comparatively parents"csn get away from the There ia a fold nd.ybed. Nawafeotures Writer
Pools color clatter in other rO<<1fn.."
are coordinatedloo When a house ia suburban acorntry4ype
to
for
easy cue They should be The outdoor deilgn
newest
than "It's a good to have a Mrs -
more in recent years. treated flntrath a dormant place McCluskey
spray
Turquoise and whim striped' cabanas : and later with an all-purpos nice quiet repast when teen-agers feels that the view of gardens idea is to match your
have replaced red and mixture of Malsthion Methoiyclor have the crowd in," she saya. seen from window must be taken costume to the furniture or
white in most areas "Parents should think of their Into consideration when planning c
and Phil
RttlstngK (,'RIM tan, st 10-day or two. furniture to costume, says
"Everyone is so uninhibited week intervals bedrooms more In terms of studio furnishings.
I about color though that just rooms when teen-agers overwhelm "Window do not require bright Imaginative decorator,
about everything goes now," Empty milk cartons cut the house," she explains, "It's patterned fabrics when there are Frances Lea of New York. 7tr
says industrial designer John Soak Clean that something parents should con- Iota of colorful plants, bright Everyone move outdoor in
down they two or
so are
Brice who decorated a couple of Soak neglected paint three Inches high In front and aider when young people are ap- bushes and trees outside It la good weather if they can ao "
water spots at the famous West- brushes in hot vinegar to poaching tho teen years, arid beat to keep wall and draperies Interior designer are cooperatingon -
Inch two higher In back
an or
bury Gardens on Long Island for make them pliable and nails rooms need refurn .hin,. in monotones so that bright that mod of IIvln,. They're
make bins for
storing ,
an American Institute of Interior clean and other hardware "1'.1 like to see all parents colors outdoors can come to busy planning, coordinating, and ,
screws have studio-type bedroom<< life," ahe aye dreaming up 'idea I ao home re 'aAm
i..a
1 em s w n rM1
Owners can really live It' up
OIM stylishly In the open air

IS YOUR HOME "Jf. And it just naturally follow
ACENTRAL that popular blonde Miss Lee

noticing a trend to patio dreaaaa
at all the resort parties she has
ly ANDY tANG
Y attended In recent yean, would

WHAT'S NEWon the mar THE PRODUCT A four-way try to match them to something.
ket' wiring tool that feature a bolt "Well why not the tablecloth
see slicer.TIIEMANUFACTURER'S. ," ah* thought!, a* she
HOT TilE PRODUCT A watched friend at Palm Beach
man-made material that and Rio entertain In patio

% ( looks and cuts like wood CLAIM That this tool, which draaae on ttrrscei and at ,

but Is incombustible, does not bear some resemblance to a swimming pool.
conduct electricity' and is not pair of pliers, combines a wire Since her own favorite color

affected by wood and rot. Production cutler, a wire tripper, a terminal I la hot pink one of her interesting w .
capacity, presently limits crimper and a bolt sheer; coordinated-to-tabl outfit I I. a _.

its use aa aiding to the southern that the wire cutter I la situated hot pink with paler pink tebra INTERIOR DESIGNER Frances Lee takes her design,

part of the country but it soon near the lip, making it easy 'to tripe, two-piece ileevelea ins talents outside and matches her pink dress to the
will be available
'J later will be made nationally for many other and cut wire in cramped quarters; dress The dress and pink tablecloth on her terrace dining table The pink I
that a bolt la screwed into the tablecloth art
J.IBOX! :? home uses aa well aa for aiding, proper-aix* hole to the deaired accent' to the turquoise blue also accents Miss Lee's wrought iron terrace furniture,

TIlE MANUfACTURF.R.SCLAIM length after. which only a wrought iron dining furniture which is turquoise blue.
moderate amount of hand pressure used on her penthouse terrace,
That this
material a
I I. applied producing a Lounge chalra have blue cushion
combination of processed wood. clean cut without the usual and dining ch.irehsve yellow and that even in cold weather It can lily of the valley and green leaf .
asbestos fibers and cement ia bum, white-atrip cushions And everywhere be charming than to have colas motif. Mexican hurricane shadesof
preshrunk and primed before it . there are gorgsou rose that do not-harmonize In summer mined glsss in a mosaic dot

leaves the factory can be painted TIlE IKODUCT A varnish bushes In the Just-right hot pink with things outdoors," sign are used over candle.
with latex
:an be nailed or with oil-based standard pllnll.I siding containing special epoxy resins and pal pink that Mia Las loves On the turquoise dining table She has decorated many home, IHere's

null without which give 1 u an unusually durable - feat alone, growing roses on outdoor, Mi** Lee uses heavy Including the New York apartment

holes and will not split predrillmg because surface, Park Avenue, she explains, with pink ceramic plate with whit of the Richard Nixona
the wind, dust and what not. She
it has no knots,

I grain.or. e THF MANUFACTURER'SCLAIM That this varnish lies has that thra look night pretty blooming healthy jasmin, too. ':: "

THEPRODUCT' -- A new ex '
a stretching ingredient which Miss' Lee got so carried away : ; I
tenor latex ;
paint designed' to do ; fh'e;
away with the priming and etching soda dirt and moiature while with the beauty of it all l Nat the Answer
of bare galvanized gutters, protecting it against the heaviest slipcovered two soft In the room f33
traffic and abrasive abuse that
downspouts and eaves. ; off the terrace In floral-printed
II will nut be harmed by aoaps, blue Two closet door In the

TIlE MANUFACTURE'S ilcohoU, fruit juice or even room were painted blue and 8y ANDY LANG If you purchased the sand from
CLAIM That the painting, of boiling liquids; that it prevents antiqued and the blue slipcover AP Newtfeotueis e dealer who knew that it was to

bare laUanueJ material can water spotting and rings; and material was Intel' Into the door be used in a concrete mix, he
COOLING be completed in one day, since that it dry' in two hours panela. That floral not plus a QUESTION: I recently should be willing to exchangeit

the and lat<* acts as us own primer large bay window loaded with purchased a large quantity for the light kind' The

hour can be recoated within an plants that hang, alt. lean tall, of sand for use in a concrete presence of foreign materials in
equally; that well the new punt act Plant Grass Yearly abort, fat and smell add a project) have in mind.A sand weaken the concrete mix
aluminum
on and
; and I I. one why
SYSTEM reason ordinary
that the only preparation nee If you have a troublesome spotin sheltered outdoor room to the neighbor took a look al beach sand ia
not auitabte for
,asary .a III be certain that any your lawn under, trees, where terrace, "ideal when It mists". the und and &lid he thinks this purpoa

proi ,'tier laser of oil /put on the tree root compete for food and she points out. it contains too much lilt . .
water' where the soil I Ic "A great people have ,
Belenced comfort, year 'round Sal\ sized steel or aluminum by u poor many
__ thi you'll find\ it profitable to add terrace,thctopen into living and which I understand it
manufacture th
IK '>rnughl) (Quealion of
general inlereatwill
Add cooling to your present .. aped _fl.l seed annually.\ dining rooms of apartments and a mineral soil deposit lie be answered in this column
houses When they. ruoholst' or ssid that the concrete won't However, individual correspondence

systemIncrtoio slipcover In these room they come out right if I mike it can not be undertaken.)
should/ keep eh. outdoor in mind
with this
undo
tho value of yourHomo EVERYTHING nOME & the color of the furniture and
ForGARDEN I am willing to forge I about
ih. plants and they cm have
GARDEN a using the sand for the concrete,
pretty color scheme It |la more since I have another use for it.
Trodo ,in your old equipment satisfying usually, to put garden But how do I know whether the
I SUPPLIES colors In a room of this sort so and has too much tilt and how

can I determine whether the fleet
I batch I buy will be the tam" r

YOU'LL FINDEVERYTHING 1

fts ANSWER! : Your neighbor U
lThIIw1I4iJI4i'JAtb: ; correct about the effect nf making -
YOU NEED FOR A concrete with sand containing -

too much .,It. Her it a
simple lest that will determine I
M BETTERLAWN whether (there is an u.eislv
POWER I MOWERS amount of silt, which Is presentto ,

CONDITIONEDAIR { & tome degree In all sand. Pour
\\ about two Inches of the sand Into .
PLUS a smelt clean, dry jar Then
i1- add clear water to a point close1
Sherwin-Williams Paints : GARDEN to the top of th* ir Shake the

,tar vigorously for a couple of

CORPORATION And Painter Supplies atCorbln minute, then act il down. Th
ail will go to the lop leaving Simple' Rule
I ih,' rent of the water, perfectly
Lindabury lea., If the layer of sill .Is more One simple rule of teen:
Sunshine Hardware thumb U to water all houseplants

510 TENTH ST. NORTH NAPLES MI 2-6147 GARDEN CENTER de that,, th.one-eighth the sand of has an loo inch much in with warm water at

I III letb 81, r. Ml J-2H sit i:' and I I. not tuitabl for making the tame time each watering
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Probe LoomsIf t ,. v rN Bernards Score
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141 a Another Upset;

Milwaukee

.I Bowens Also Win

Picking up their second

Loses BravesMILWAUKEE straight upset victory,Tom Ber SPORT
nard's team knocked off Steve

(AP) A Clark's group 72-60. In summer -

Milwaukee congressman has jje recreation basketball activity I- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
threatened action under the last night.
antitrust laws unless the Na. The loss left Clark's team
ttonal League moves to halt the and Marty Bowen'i squad In a 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, July 10, 1964

possible shift of the Milwaukee first-place tie. Bernard's team

Braves to Atlanta.In ds a+w t ) 3 I had beaten Bowen's team Tuesday -
a telegram sent Thursdayto HS7M night, 62-50. The Clark Naples Golf Teams '64 All-Stars

Warren Giles, president of and Bowen teams now have 4-2
the league, Rep. Henry Reuss, Play League Match
records, Bernard is at 3-3 and
Defeat Stars
D Wts., said "If baseball Is to
Van Weeks' team Is 15. LehighThe
retain Us exemption under the Saturday At |

antitrust laws It must act Only three regularly-sche second match in the South Of Last YearThe
responsibly duled summer doubleheaders are
west Florida InterclubGolfW.gue
"It Is irresponsible and highly left. In next Tuesday's games, will be played tomorrow at 1964 Little League all-
unfair for a team to come Intoa Bowen will meet Clark and Weeks Lehigh Acres. The Beach Club star team mounted a strong hitting
city, take advantage of an will play Bernard. Action stans and clubs will attack and defeated the 1963
Big Cypress golf ,
Initial high level of fan Interest
at 7:30 at the Naples High School '
the
be represented by teams all-stars, 9-5. at Little Lea
while benefiting from
costly
new facilities provided by the gymnasium, and other athletic The team representing Big Cypress gue field yesterday afternoon.
equipment will be available
that
It was the first
public and private enterpriseand was announced yesterdayby game-type
then, when attendance has r night, too.Bernard's. Pro Phil Derbyshire. Early practice session for the new all'

settled to normal levels, look squad played sound this mornlng1'7playershadslgn- star team, which preparing fora f-
for another city In which to t defensive ball and worked a good ed to represent the Beach Club. July 23 tournament game at
repeat the process" fast break in upending the Clark Each league member Is repre- Sarasota. Next practice game
''If the National League takes forces. The winners took a good sented by a 29-man team. between the 1964 and 1963 squads
any steps to permit the Bravesto lead In the second quarter and Tomorrow's event will be the will be Monday night. J

said,leave"I am Milwaukee serving notice," Reuss thatI 1IIdIIi"V-&I' ...._ -.......,'".. foH'it!'0' . ?"" 'I held Stoner It rebounded the rest of well the and way. Ed second match In the round-robin All-star manage John lamurrl

Intend to request the House LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS of 1964 Holland Traer scored summer schedule of the 7-team hopes his boys can hit as well f
Back '
are I'ORn) Bass, David Barley, Bill 22 points for Bernard's team Sarasota's
Ig
judiciary chairman, Emanuel Salley Whit Sox, who also won In 1963 and 1962. Ravbuin, Bruce Griffin, Joe Gratton, Bill Tucker, Bernard added 16, Dennis Fields league. A match will be play against did 12yearoldsas
ed each the they yesterday
vestlgatlon Caller, to of undertake whether such full con.in. Team won 18 of 20 (games and both halves of the Billy Hatcher, Team was managed by John and Carl WItkop 12 each, Frank summer at Members course of during the lea 13yearolds. againstNaples' Highlighting ,

duct should be subject to the split season this year. Front row, from left batboy lamurri, with Bernie Gratton assisting;, Townsend eight, and Ricky Wlnn gue are: Port Charlotte, Cape the all-stars' offensivewere

antitrust laws" Robert lamurri, Dewey Worklnger, Alec Winters, (McGrath photo) two. Coral Lehigh Acres, Big Cypress home runs by Chris Pro-

Reuss said if the currentowners Hojfer Morris, Ricky Flowers, Dennis Kelly, Jimmy Clark dropped In 32 points Beach Club, Fort My venzano and Joe G ration.

are having financial for his side, and Archie Turner ers and Cypress Lake. Pitching chores for the win-

troubles given, local a chance Interests to buy shouldbe the 2 Romps in Softball Loop Moorings Women got 14. John Erickson and Ben The next match, scheduled for ners were shared by Gratton

club at a fair price ny Vaughn added four each, and Saturday, July 25, will be heldat and Ray Jensen, who each hurl-
Poker
At Cincinnati Giles said, "Mr. Play HandIn Roger Combs, Mike Sharp, and Big Cypress. The teams ed three Innings. They permitted -
Reuss sent me a telegram and the "poker hand tourna. Benny Roome two apiece. will play at the Beach Club on a total of five hits, include
I'm going to answer it as I do Stahlman merit" staged this week by memo Saturday, September 12. ing home runs over the short
all my communications' Clips Market 13-5 bens of The Moorings Women' Bowen's team defeated Weeks' Team members signed to represent Little League fences by Gary

Meanwhile, county board Golf Association, C. Edwards andP. team last night, 7S-62, with a the Beach Club tomor- Hamin, Ron Rose,and Tim Whip-

chairman Eugene Grobschmldt Carr, holding four.fourseach, strong second-quarter effort. row are Tom Weeks, Tom and key.
dared the Braves to go ahead shared top honors In the event. Bowen led all scorers with 30 Bob Abbott, Ted Land, W.L.
and sue on his televised remarks The tourney was staged over the points and was helped by Gary
Stone Crushes Tropics 14-3 Brown, R.L. Kerr, Chip Brum-
"definitely that capable the Braves of playing were ; course.back nine holes on The Moorings Sharp with 18 points, Al Hack flel, Will Eckard, Fondy Adams, Mickey Wright
and Charles Flood 12 each
m ney Bill Whlteley. Al Hackett O.I.
better Next week's
baseball competition for
Tied As She Goes
Braves' President John Me. STANDINGSW of his team's hits with two singles producing singles, and an error members will be for low gross and Bill McClintock four. Stevens, E.M. Anderson, T.K.

Hale said earlier In the day he L brought In two more scores. scores on the even number holes, Jeff Johnson led the losers Montgomery, Les Grimes, Bill Into Second RoundSAN

may sue Grobschmldt if the Stone 8 2 Publlx scored three first- Six resulted In five "but you are to play to odd num. with 20 points, and Bill Splngler Koegel and A.S. Hamilton. DIEGO Calif. (AP-
chairman doesn't retract the Stahlman 6 4 inning'runs far a 3-1 lead!, but seventh-inning singles runs. Cothron bered holes, too," a spokesmanadvised added 18, Weeks 14, Al DePottersix All Naples players are to tee- Golfers, In the, manner of the
statement. Tropics 4 6 hold It as Stahlman came players. Members were and Jim Fredrickson and off at 10 a.m., It was announcedby changing
advlie against
At Pittsburgh, Manager Publlx 2 8 back with two runs In the third, singled to bring In the last two, advised to make up their own Dudley Goodlette two each. Bill Hough, pro at Lehigh sage horses In the middle, of a
Bobby Bragan of the sixth-place five in the and Stahlman hit an RBI single. games
fourth and five in Acres, scene of tomorrow'smatch. stream, should never think
Braves, said "Speaking for my the seventh. Mike Van Hall] tri- Winning pitcher Stahlman per- 1 about switching clubs In the
Stone Builders and Stahlman
all I can Is that mitted Publlx In the
players, say two runs se-
pled In one run and scored ano- In the first match, held June midst of a swing.
Maintenance rolled
they're all doing their best. If Property up venth. He allowed only five hits
ther in the Publlx first 27 at Port Charlotte Cape Coral This sound advice comes from
enough there the runs In last Softball Inning. Lema
It' not good night's David Holds
in the two to Pease. LeadIn
game, talented Ml key Wright who but
Isn't any more they can do." doubleheader at Gambler Park. Claude Cothron singled In Jim took the league lead with a total ,
The Braves backed off their League-leading Stone stayedtwo Wheeler as Stahlman tied it up, All nine Stahlman players of 1,503 strokes. Other teams for a momentary mental goof,
threatened suit against Grob- in from of Stahlmanand 3-3. In the third. In the next shared In the 14-hlt offensive off finished as follows Port Char might be the sole leader. today
games ,
Into the seroiul round of
going
schmidt late Thursday for all Intents and purpose inning, Russ Stahlman's long Ken Mulling. Bob Hartnett, British lotte, 1,535; Lehigh Acres, 1, the $10,000 United' States Worn t 1
es, wrapped up the league championship fly ball allowed Buddy Forsythe Wheeler, Wolf Alan Foster, and Open 585: Fort Myers, 1,587; Big Cypress en's Open Championship. I

by beating Tropics Drive to score the tie-breaker. Cothron got two hits apiece for 1,896; Cypress Lake. 1, Instead, the 29-year-old Mick
Wheeler and Jim Wolf hit run- the winner. 613; and the Beach Club, 1,637.
Inn, 14-3. Stahlman took care ST. ANDREWS ey Is tied with another veteran,
ScotlandAP I: andro, Calif., had a Uo-straka
Littler Scores of Publlx The league championship will Marten Bauer Hagffe and 23.
Market 13-6. ( )- Champagne Tony Lema lead whin play begin, after
On Tuesday night the rainedout faced with a rerord.equaling 66 rounds of 88013-141. be determined In the fall on an year.old Shirley Engleliorn of

2 Under ParNEW contests of June 4 will be Baseball by Jack Nicklaus, responded l Rodgers: from La Join, Call!. overall point system which credits Los Angeles
played. Stahlman meets Tropics 'I with4 eis''sui'nnd'stratght 88 'tot,wu the firit Qr1./. A0iert an., the team winning a match' Each had two.under ;par 71s
ROCHELLE day anti finished'the third with 7 points second place' 6;' In the first rouiU! 'iMickey's ."
:, N.Y.; (AP) in the 7:30 opener and Publlx u'ottnd to finish his morning round. j ,
.Gene Littler agrees with his plays_ Stone at 9:15.: The Re- of the British Open Golf Tour. Doug Ford of Yonkers, N.Y., and downward to credit the last on her second mental lapse came
shot
everest golf critics he's not creation tentatively Roundup nament with 209, seven strokes followed him In with a 76 fir place team with 1 point. at the 18th
Department hole. As she at
determined to set the world on By THE A880CIATIO FRUS ahead of Nlcklaus. another 227. swung the ball
has
scheduled awarding of she said the
Lema thought occurred!
who began the day Gusty winds which have
fire."I'll admit Hike to win tourn. trophies between games Tues- By MIKE RATHET ping Kansas City 2.1 and De. with a two-stroke lead over the plagued the player all week Name Patterson that maybe she was using the
assents as much as the next day.Stone Associated Press Sports WriterBo trolt edging Boston 43. field, started as If the fabled continued unabated and coupled wrong iiub. The result a bad
fellow," the mild-mannered 1961 hit two home runs and Bellnsky won't get to Ha. In the National League, first. Old Course of St. Andrews had with bright sunshine producsl Fighter Of MonthNEW shot and an eventual bode five
National Open champion from two doubles In the first Inningto wail, but he's returned to para place Philadelphia downed Cln- finally conquered him. greens so fast that putts had to lead.which cost her the undisputed
San Diego, Calif said today. get off to a quick 4-0 lead clnnatl 4.3, San Francisco belt. Wile Nlcklaus was posting be stroked perfectly. YORK (AP) Floyd
"But I don't have the intensityand over Tropics. Those runs were dlse.The Los Angeles Angels' con. ed Chicago's Cubs 9-4, Mllwau. his wonderful 66, six under par. Even oust: puHars T o KVNigle Patterson, the former heavy. Play Is at the San Diego
grim determination of Am. enough for Art Schultheis, who troverslal left hander sailed kee clubbed Pittsburgh 11.6, Lema had three fives In the winner of this title in weight champion from New Country 37-73. The Club where par Is 30.
old Palmer and Jack Nlcklaus. held Tropics to only four hits home Thursday night with a Houston edged the Los Angeles first five holes, and was two 1960 on the same Old COUMO, York, was named Fighter of the with 36 holes championship ends
"I guess I am not willing to In the five-Inning two-hlt, 3.0 victory over the Chi. Dodgers 6-5 :and the New York over par for that stretch. shot themselves right out of it Month today by Ring Magazinefor Saturday.
pay the price. I want to win It game. cago White Sox for his first Mets beat St. Louis 43. Then the San Leandro, Calif., this morning The Australian his 12.round decision over ,
short
was the 10-
.. enough and make enough cut by shutout since Aug. 11, 1962. Bellnsky was touched only for star-winner of three U.S. tour. veteran had an 80 for 231: and contender Eddie Machen of Los Only five h"IIIIIlnnnlwer"
money to provide a good living run-lead rule. Stone scored Less than a month ago, Bellnsky singles, by Rod Hansen In the na merits last month-cot going. blamed it all on his putting Angeles at Stockholm last Sun. scored! on this WiA lour thin c fJ
for myself and my family. ButI three runs In the second InnIng was asking Angels' Gen. fifth and Jerry McNertney In He had three threes In a row Defending chamclon Bob day. spring! through the U.S. Open.tuuiiiilllllllllllllllNilllllllllllllllim .
am not going to throw myself one In the third, four In eral Manager Fred Haney for a the sixth, and did not allow a on the last three holes-two of Charles of New Zealand battled ,, I
completely into this game at the the fourth, and two In the fifth. ticket to the beach at Walktki, runner to reach second base. He them birdies-and turned In an back Into tho runnltz with a
possible sacrifice of my rela. David Weeks led off the Stone where he was stationed last ,.a. got the only run he needed in even oar 36. brilliant 69 for a Ultf o! 219. I
done with my-family and other first Inning with a home run Ion after a demotion to the the fourth Inning when Lou Clln- Two more threes on the 10th The Ieft.handnr who beat
values." down the left-field line. Laterin minors. Bellnsky said the pressure ton homered off Cary Peters for and 11th made It five straight, Rodgers In a 36-hole playoff I
Littler, whose last tour tourn. the Lester Liles ho in the majors was too the first earned run allowed by and Lema wound up with a 32, last year, opened with 79 and
ament victory was the 1962 Inning, great. White Sox pitchers in 31 In.. four under par, for the back had 71 Thursday.
Thunderbird, stepped off to a mered to left with two runnerson Haney, however, ruled nlngs. aide Doug Sanders of OJai, Calif.,
two point lead over National base. thumbs down on a trip to the Boor Powell provided all the Nicklaus' 66 had put him back shot 36.38-74, for total of 223,
Open champion Ken Venturi in Liles came up again In the second land of the hula and suggested Orioles' runs In the opener witha Into contention at 216, following and said, "You have no idea
the opening rounds of the Wyk. with two on, and hit another Bellnsky would do well to let pair of two.run homers. Rook. rounds of 76 and "4.Nlcklaus how well I've been playing ]
agyl Round-Robln, dubbed the four-bagger to deep center his pitches do the dancing. la Wally Bunker allowed the In. Joined Peter Alllss never once hit an iron off line, GOS
Addlng-Machlne Open. Harry Bickford drilled a home Fine, said Beltnsky, "but If dlans only three hits, but two and Bernard Hunt of Britain as and I finish up with 74.
The mild Californian fired a run to Jeft In the third with nobody I'm seen in a night spot, that's were homers by Leon Wagner ' 70 over the par.72 Wykagyl In on base. Errors figuredin my business No one els.'.. n'. and Bob Chance and the 19. ,i rerord.
a steady rain Thursday to pile the Stone coring In the fourth not that I'm not going to take year.old right-hander needed McXUus, who has won every Brown Finds
up 12 plus points two more and fifth. the game seriously. I'm simply Stu Miller's relief help to bring i major: title In golf except this
than Venturi, who got 10 In a going to be loose and relaxed his record to 92. different foursome Chuck Kelly singled InTroplcs'first about It." In the nightcap, Bob John. In this 18 man tournament run in the third Inning. Two Since then the 27.year.old double In the eighth drove 'anode undo 7,000 yards long, :
every player will face every singles and an error brought In southpaw has won three of four In the tying run for the Orioles other man In the field In a head. another In the fourth, and Tro- starts and compiled an eye- before rookie Sam Do wens, won I Iit the 381.yard 18th and two On GridironFREDERICK I
to.head match. Points are pics got another unearned run opening 0.96 earned run aver. In the ninth with a two-out I putting from 100 feet for a Md. (AP) -
awarded for each hole won and in the fifth. Weeks, Buck Flow age. Over.all, he's 7.4 with a homer off Sam McDowell I birdie three. Tom Brown decided to seek a
subtracted for each one lost. ers, Schulthels. Llles. and Bill 2.68 ERA and headed for his Don Lock's three-run homer Nlcklaus missed winning the football career with the Green !
The $5,800, first prize will go Longshore all had two hits apiecefor best season since he broke Into shoved the Senators into an ear. British 1 Open last year when he Bay Packers because he didn't :
to the man with the most points Stone. Losing pitcher Fred the majors In 1962 with a 10.11 ly lead but the Yankees tied the 1 bogeyed the last two holes and like his chances of maklnrbaseball'
Sunday after 90 holes Schmucker accounted for half record, Including a no.hltter. score in the fifth and put it out was beaten by a stroke, major leagues.
Meanwhile the Baltimore of reach with a three.run eighth Earlier, Phil Rodjors, one of Brown, the former Universityof ,
Orioles boosted their American Joe Pepltone's bad.hop single rive Americana who survivedthe Maryland star in both sports,
League lead to 3Vi games and with the bases loaded drove In t halfway cut, shot an un. told Manager Jim Lemon of OF USABLE i l
1 Baseball'Standin.s added to their amazing record two runs In the rally before i impreisue 74 for a 227 total, 11 York in the Eastern League last SPACE IN A
I In one.run games by sweeping Clete Boyer brought home the aver par. Sunday that he was quitting aft.
National League American League a twl-nlght doubleheader from clincher with another single. The final round will be er l'/i years of baseball. GREAT NEW II , f ,
Cleveland 4.3 and The Twins won when Bob Alll. [played this afternoo Champagne "Lemon told me I had a 50.5C
.Philadelphia 48 21832 Baltimore !SO I() 28 .641 2.1. The 0rl.
San Fran. 49 32 .60S I IV, New York 43 31 .897 3V4 oleo are playing .91J ball in one son and Don Mincher hit con. Tony Lama of San Le.; chance of making the majors," FISHINGBOAT
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Pittsburgh 41 36 .532 7fc Minnesota 44 37 .543 7'i the squeakers .
Milwaukee 39 40 .494 10'/i Detroit 39 39 .500 11 The other AL games all were first major league start. AI.I1son' !

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Marine Corps 1 0YrJmmok! l e News


W OARRKTTI :
", BY MRS H.
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WASHINGTON AP) The '
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commandant of the Marine \ ,m i. 'illins announced this were the weekend,' !guests of i Iii',
Corps Indicated strongly today woek' th..t IIP l nod opened an am. .
brother and Mster in Uw, M> .
he will ask for a boost in the I lIul.lI1? servi< f here, which la
and Mrs. Charles Nixon.
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corps' present 190000.man nUblf 1 ,; I resident! of this JImmie Hiigties.radar 3UsN.

strength. L .v omiti\i u 111Imhul.llH'1\ la a
weekend
came home on a pass
s ti Gen. Wallace Greene Jr. __ a I 'II! t le, IIri i Impala equipped
y a when his ship docked at POI< t
told The Associated Press in an 'I ith ci\' I. II I i conditioning.I I .
Canaveral to spend the time \MI'
interview that new planes and \ '0111', "t -oil is built Inwhlch
his mother, MrVltRlnia Davis
weapons coming into the carps will p,'i iii ti i i lolitlve or friend In November he will est.ibllsl i
require more people to main to .\IK 1'1'111 I i \ the patient to their .
home here for his wife Bet!
tain and operate them.It li'stln.,tin .
On his return he will be ft t.'
has been tour fiscal year1: The ui 111 h. i IS equipped with
tinned In the Mediterranean.
since the Marine Corp as i both i pint' i iI.It' stretcher and a '
m> attended sihool here .111""
granted more men. The Kenne. roller MI ch, her which will permit .
would be glad to rcreiuletti
dy administration allowed it togo the i',itlc'nt to ho wheels! Into His address
from his friends "is :
up by 15,000! men. hJr tlit lId loom or into the (wept. Jimmy Hughe's RD3 V.O. 01\
Increase used to \. .
That was tat withcuthauslcrrlug.A ,
-- U.SA Douglas; I-ox, DD799, r ar.
bring Marine ground and air complete| lust aid kit la of Fleet P.O.N.Y.N.Y.
units up to strength and to add put of the equipment and Col

some helicopter and aviation I Him has been prnperh' Informed 1 WEEKESDERSMr.

.lem ents. in the careful handling of pa.tlents. .
and Mrs. W.T. Scott 'pent
Greene said the new F4B ,
The most modern sirens
the weekend In Stark Fla will
N''r < ..., Phantom Jet fighter bomber re. i have been Installed which are and ,
their son famlly.The grand.
quires a two-man crew rather I also! I onnectPd with a loud. 'alci .
WHAT pt
BIRDIE?
Photographers are the cwaziest people sons. Jlmni and Mli he I returned
says this monkey in a York Beach, Me., animal forest, as he than the single crewman of ear. JNEA 1'1 i patent which can lie used to home with them rot a two

I tries to find out what's So interesting in the little box Cliff: Her planes used by the corps.In good advantage In rue of an week "Islt.Mr. .
addition he said, it takes TelepHoto/ J accident i to direct tfsfiie work
Fortin of Charlestown, Mass., is having a tough time with and Mrs. Richard( Tickles
up to 100 more men per squad. 1.0 IK;\TTIIK: SC.ENE: : 01, control crowds at the scene I
his focus. henry Cabot Lodge. left, actively pressing for the nomination and daughters, Carol Ann, n
... ron to maintain this technically of Gov William Scranton at the Republican National Convention appeared before the Pat Patterson announced this Barbara Sue, of Sanionl, are t I I.
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- sophisticated type of plane. week (hut 1 he
had received his
platform committee session at San Francisco sltlitg with lil!!.slstei" ,indbrother
"They are lust starting deHv.ernes netesxm licenses and permit in/ -law, Mr. and, Mrs. Bui'k Gar
Profs 2 Officials In of the F4B to the Marine to oi|" 'ute a taxicab service In rett. Richard Is employed it

Urge Corps" the commandant said. Bare Hogero's Changes Imniok.ilee. The new business has the experiment>: st.it ton/ III Sail
"By fiscal 1966 we're going to Zoning . Story been, turned Frontlet Cab Co.neadtl'lartll's ford
Pasco IndictedIn
have a real problem finding the Dealings In Tax
are located on Mr. and/ ( Mis. Larkin/ Spanner
Viet Nam BeNeutralized pe ple." (Continued from page 1)) About Attorney South ouith i Street In the Army and son Keith s|>ent the 4th itDonlta

Vote ProbeDADE Fiscal 1966 Is the coming ton told the board that at least Evasion Trial NaStore.. Beach, ,met! SundiMr..

bookkeeping year. one property owner In another TMPAP) Tile Kovern Jean Swindle Is hack home and! Mrs. Iteimin Sp| '',,'rer and
CITY (AP) Indict. When the Redeye, a shoulder. section of town, who had a set ment has begun delving into the Plotting Death again alter upending most of daughters, Mr. ind Mis. Larkin

ments have been returned fired guided missile for defense back variance request turned In trie ate financial dealings of Al list week in le Memorial llos.pital Sxxmer| and, son Keith and Karen

against two Pasco County offlc. against lowflylng planes, enters down some time ago by the appeals Rogero of Clearwater In in ef. ST. PAUL Minn (AP)-Dlik whims she underwent! SUN (House spent the day at Donna

icals by a grand Jury investl. the Marine arsenal "we're go. board, was "watching the fort to prove to federal court W, C Anderson who confessed Eeiy.Ml.. Beach

WASHINGTON (AP)}-Some gating charges of Irregularitiesin Ing to require additional people Gaits' case very closely."'''that' he evaded $167,000 In taxes a sensational muider and and Mrs. O.W. Him'ex'k Mi. and Mrs. Buck Garrett

5,000 university professor the May S primary election. ," the four.star Marine gen. The board figured, though, that while he was a State Road Board helped convict two cither men, are v.illoninR this week III IlIlb. and, sons, MIc'lu>l and David, and,
called on President Johnson to* Mrs. Dove C. Falls, 66, sup. enl said. This Is some time In the Gaits' request was surround member lied In his court testimony, ac. tin, LI., with Mr. Hancock'sbro.ther Mr. nut Mrs. Richard Pickles

day- and both the Republicanand ervlsor of registration, was the future. ed by peculiar circumstances.\ In an opening statement Thurs. cording to a letter identified as lionry and('hllllhnod rrlt'nds, and daughters' Carol Ann and

Democratic parties ... to charged with violation of the Green said there are three A favorable vote on the re* day the government charged written In Anderson's hand. Baibar* line,spent the da> Tlnua.

work for a neutralized North election code. J. Gregg O'Ber.ry ways the Increased manpower quest was obtained alter Nick Rogero used a fictitious name, Defense attorneys confirmed CLOSE\TTLEThe diy at Vancleibllt Beach In Na.

andSouth Viet Nam.In 81, Trllocoochee Justice of demands can be met (1)) add. Walllngford changed his abstention Intermediaries and misleading that they will try to use the Softball league will IIJI'lis plea

a statement circulated by the peace, was charged with ing to the corps' over.allStrength to a "yes" vote. Henry D. bookkeeping to avoid the taxes statement to pry open prisondoors final games to end the ii!rat Marie Ellen Shoe'kle) spent|

the National Committee tor a notarizing signatures of personsnot (2) deactivating some Watkins Jr. and George Rear. while he was on the board In for T Eugene Thompson half, and depending on the i I'e- the weekend", with her parent.

sane Nuclear Policy, they de. present when the signatures units and shifting the men to''don' voted affirmatively while 1956, 57 and 1938. the prominent St Paul attor. suits of these games either a Mr. and Mis. R.F. Slioc'kley.

dared that neutralizing both were notarized. other assignments or (3)) reduce chairman Dale Bremerman voted The defense said the use ol' ney convicted of arranging his winner will declared' or a Mr. and! Mrs. Fred( Taylor

parts of the divided country Sheriff's deputies arrested the ing the manning levels of com. against One member of the trustees Is an acrepte/1 business wife's slaying, and Norman 3.way tie could develop. The and, fannl scent, the weekend

would end its terror and suffer two officials last night and book. bat units. five-man board was absent practice and that )Rogero's books Mastrlan, convicted as the mid. standings show Royals Farm Sup. In Maraht lion flslilnr

Ing as well as the continuing ed them at the county Jail. They Walllngford abstained at first, were the result of inexperience dleman. ply with F wins against 2 losses, Mr. and hire Dan ((IMtlI.lIlIltd.Hlglitlr

loss of American and Vietnamese were later released on rerogntz. describing himself as an "In. with keeping financial records. All three men are In Stlllwa with Slmmaii'a By Kite In seioiul Sheryl have returned
lives. ante by Circuit Judge Richard ,erested In for 0 1963 place. with .4 wins and .4 losses,
Trawler Captains property owner. Levine said he would ter Prison time March home after Kpt'iidlng a tlnee.week .
prove
"It would be preferable to Kelly The grand Jury's report reply to FAV, Pharmacy also has .4 win
In
a question by City A I. that Rogero made false state slaying of Mrs. Thompson vat' shun al Fort MyeisPeac
deeper Involvement or criticized the county canvassing David and 4 losses. The Joe Smith
Irresponsible Planning Defense orney Splngler, Walling manta to his accountant William her St. Paul home. 'h.
pullout," the educator saidin board for failure to follow the 'ord said he had no financial his tax Repudiation of Anderson' tes team could prove to be a joker, Mr and Mis, J.c. Carver
E. Crown who prepared
an appeal to the Presidentand law governing handling of ab. Against Hondurans nteresl in the property in queSt statements., Levine also said that timony was contained In a nine. even with their 2 wins an I !II I and famlh 8|" to the platform committeesof sentee ballots. It said that "unl. don tosses
said
Eplngler Walllngford Rogero used the fictitious nameC. page letter confiscated by prison ILilnei City,
the two parties. formed deputy sheriffs or TAMPA (APNine Tampa was entitled Thursday night Royals playa
to vote on the request to hide of his officials. Existence of the let.tel' hire Wilma Belha Is employ
II Roe some
There was no Immediate re. other county employes" threat trawler captains said they would so he obliged. Levine said 1 was learned late Thursday. By Kite If Dy Rite wins, Hint ed III the offli'e or Judge IUc'hard
deals, In <
addition
ened at least keep on fishing off Honduras will make By Kite !R I wins to .4
sponse at the State or Defense by Innuendo
It Is In the hands of theMln.
The board voted to turn down that Rogero paid Philip W. Lind Stanley In Napleii. Mr. mid Mrs
would themselves losses and,
Departments. some voters In the Interests of and protect office. Royals S wins mid
a request by Rutenberg Con. and W. Whidden $500 nesota attorney general' Ot'lh.11aVl! moved to Naples
worley
against another raid If the U.S. losses.. but have
certain candidates. Royals rain.
t \ The statement said: "We The letter was not signed but
ap structlon Co.' for a rear.yardvariance each to place their names on JUIlIlIlIl.11.1)91 of Naples lll.ent|
to Mr. President not These employes, the report government refused to art. Asst. Gen. James Brad. ed out game with Joe bmlth's
peal you, Atty. ,
of lO1,\ feet for building deeds and other legal does the weekend' with Bobble and
of said, hinted at reprisal Capt. Clarence Culp of the team, which If they lose to JIM
against
to enlarge the scope the war, a covered boat slip in Aqualane meats ford said a prison clerk Identified Rubble Lou Stanley.'
but instead to work for a neutralized the voter if he did not support trawler Miss Rosella said Thurs. Shores the handwriting as that of Smith, will make them tied wllh Mr. and Mrs. 'pra-iII nr' .nand
North and South Viet their candidate.The day in a ship to shore con versa. Anderson Ov Rite, A wins and 4 losses
The board's actions will be rhtldien' Wayne and Kim,
Nam, as a separate federatedor report said the Jury re. tlon that the Miss Rosella and. reviewed by City Council next Fashion Tip ForTruckDrtiyers C. Paul Jones, Thompson's at. At the same time, If FA V 1'har- visited the Cartel for the holt.

reunified state, protected by ceived evidence that an em. eight other trawlers, are operat.ing Wednesday. Today's meeting torne), said he visited this week macy defeats Joe Smith Thursday days. Mr, Bryaif In in the u.S.Coastagd .

International guarantees and ploye. of1,/ state agency tookab.' in the., same area where I'W.'It..IO ,,ww, a.,, "P'FUli,,one,called I to,coil : that dhe'lrfrlthA'Iawtt'H4r night, they aloo will have 1 'idun'U'' MYml;
peacekeeping forces against all ,;sente? ;ballots\ tp,, the homes ot, a Honduran gunboat \ "Ji-liistifM 1 11111"/08'/ ; huIf'I'' TirVe at e.nf Yt .
seized110 other bolts I ,,*jWer" i tlit..same 1 *nda"i.s ,.(or tli0j" rit\ \iiie |lie ,is p 'It
outside Interference. some voters and requested them a meeting scheduled for last ) Truck wants returned so ho can way tie tould develop \ \ wduhll,I Ing bur hiM orders., Mr. BranIn
The proposal differed from to vote. The employe then took Culp said he hoped the gov. Tuesday that was not held be. drivers in a Teamster union; lo- send It to Cov. I Karl Rolvaag. require extra games to determine Mrs. Ler Cartel older

other calls for neutralization, the unsealed ballot with him, ernment would protect them, cause of lark 'of a quorum. cal have won the right to bare 'Thompson and Mastrlan were the first half winner. tan. She was III lu>|>es that

particularly that by Cambodia, leaving a silver dollar at the but if not, they would protect For quite acme time, the Zone thttlr knees to this fouling convicted of flrst.legroe mur. Dude King announced this week her other sun, Phillip, wouldl

In that it specifically Included voter's home, the report said. themselves as best they could. hog Board of Appeals has considered breeze But short shorts are der for the bludeenn.stab ..lay that he will asxum. the douse hire for the iiollilays, lie

Communist North Viet Nam. The grand Jury requested an Honduras charged that the 10 itself as an advisory banned and snubs must reach ing of Mrs Thompson 34 An. of merchant police protection also i* m the Coast Guard spa.

Thursday the State Depart investigation by proper state of. seized trawlers were fishing In body under City Council. Its to the knee derson pleaded guilty after the beginning immediately Duringthe Boned in Norfolk, V.i.

ment rebuffed a suggestion by flclals. Honduran waters recommendations have been Steve Mllone, president of Lo. trials. Among those from ImmiIM ,
ap. several month Klnf I
In Washington, Rep. WilliamC. cal 808 announced past
U.N. Secretary-General U Thant ,I'ltlemelil'J'1lUuday Anderson was the state's key
attenihiiK the Baptist Junior
proved or denied by Council as (
has had Herb Wynn icrformliiR
Cramer R-Fla. said he has
that a 14.nation Geneva confer that of a dispute that witness, testifying he carried last week. In lake Ili ,
I
body saw fit. duties but he la now amp/ ''' n,
the
risk of escalating to military ac. been told that the Honduras gov. caused says
In lone-day walkout at a ,
ence be reconvened an effortto out the slaying as an eniloye SebrliiR
But this morning Splngler said near went Mil LouDlai
In a position to take over the ilu.
tlons outside the border of South ernment is harassing the crewsof
Rallwa terminal
Express Agent
settle the war in South VietNam of Maslrlan. The state charged 'k K.llhDrowlI
the present ordinance Owen Hid
(28-143)) ties himself Wynn will no IUIIKr
the seized forcing
Viet Nam"In shrimpers by
In Brooklyn on 2
July .
with U.N. peacekeeping In turn that Thompson Mired
ley Karen
outlines a different Iliclley, Donna Mi
procedure !he connected with the Merchants
y forces to supervise the Implementation his testimony released them at gun point to cook Council "may ,overrule a de. The companv had said! dot'eni Mastrlan to arrange the slaying Police Protection Carty, Rita Millin, Bobby Mltchil .

of any peace plan: developed Thursday by the committee for their captors. cision of the Zoning Board or 'v required long pant and It of Mrs. Thompson, Insured for Gregory Patterson son service of Mr : Sue Morrison Jud Rut
McNamara said the U.S. objeo sent home ,
by the conference. Boats are guaranteed Innocent five drivers wearing more than a million dollars. '
Appeals by a majority vote of and Mrs. Pat !Patterson who Is 'loihre. Carol {Skimmer Paul Wild
tlve Is clear-to maintain the
of Defense RobertS. passage through territorial wat. Bermuda shorts Fifty others The letter Anderson
Secretary says
four members of Council," the attending Miami Military Ara. ron, Anglo Zakr/ewski, BPVITUZukrew
McNamara told the Senate Independence of South VietNam ers, the State Department said, ordinance says, walked out. hopes to clear Ms conscience It will the weekend kl, KithyM,'Cart\ ,it
Foreign Relations Committee This he said, "may re but It added that the fact thai The agrees with previous testimonyon demy spend ton,Ind as counselor
attorney that
suggested the with till South fourth
, June 23 that the U.S. effort in quire some military action out. the boats were anchored does board's derisions should be by Coun< 11. In the proposed, re. the details of the slaying. ,parent on APHvhtieeII1rIu'indlii! I I I'' smltslon I

South Viet Nam "carries the tide the borders" in the future. not constitute Innocent passage. sldered final, unless overturned con. vision of the zoning code, the However, Anderson now claims st re..tThe, study evvnnu ii''?i ',,i\i\ ,

section dealing with Council: re. he sought to burglarize the American Legion Auxil. fun and i.mc's, swimm, I' >rt,

joe tlon of ZBA decisions would house and "went crazy In the lary held Its regular meeting (lull and/ i 'novie, ,I ,
BILLION DOLLAR CASUALTY COMPANY NOW REPRESENTED IN read similar to the present ordl. head" when Mrs. Thompson re Wedues\ ,lay night at the UlunHall every night

nanit. In addition, the board covered after he stunned her. with /new officers taking There were nine !Klrli assign.
I NAPLES BY KERR CRAIG, AGENT, AT SEARS, ROEBUCK STORE would he empowered to swearIn their chairs. All old husliinss! pi < i, "i" ,,,,,,' ,

ALLSTATE: INSURANCE COMPANY AND CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES witnesses and take testimony, was flnlslittd and plans,, w.r.nuilv. lee gills weri not all! together,
Ird, assume quasi. juilli'lal CAM THE NEWS FOR for the coming year A listus. NO they hal 'hn," Int tlui -

ADMITTED ASSETTSf1 *.!?IH __-fif5lli LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL poWers> under the r.vls.d ',oile, Itl'liliKK: HTA.II',1 ,I"", .1.. 'chi 1 uii |lojoiU. I I ,i ,i ."i "
held to meet their unit olillga.
iamb'. Mrs Hazel Plna drove
.
December 31 Horn. Those .itl-wllng warn President .
' Mil I'
December 31 111'|' vl I MI i i n'
INVESTMENTS; 1963 1962 1963 1962 JoteShell, lAmdhy Brown, /Helm', Keiitro, sill nrl"" n,
U. S. Government securities, $ 23,659,163, 23,661,531, LIABILITIES! : 111701 Magee, Lena Lowe,, Dlllc .dl'i >'" Id "
State and municipal bonds 517.226,439 470.561.608 Reserve for claimind claims Mae Caldwell\ and' loulw' WI""-.,
S 394.336,311 $358 118 "Ii IIUII"| I is' t I' illll i i" I'I 1 1on ,I''
Other Preferred bonds stocks 33,377,155 39,115.594 26,377,721 39.216,529 Unearned expense premium, 309.198,889 28;? "t, 118 lewho,, was the Im''kv ,4> hot| I I Ii. 'Irtl d I, MOIIIIII I
,
Income tues 10.737.8&8 l W 9.4. wlliller. T '< i h, I w<' 0 'I
Stocks Common of stocks unconsohdaled life 274.509.902 223.614.578 Other taxes 13,170.& 0 tl., I 618 Mr. and Mrs. WllmaTownnonrt 11,1,I Mi III,' irl h ttuil:; dIon

Insurance e foreign i Other IIabllll'es' 20.154.400 19 IlS! 390 [64 COMET and daughter, of Nevada, r: illl., "il t ,' i I"'t !11,1' '
DIVIdend payable-Sl'ars Ire visltlni Mr. 111,1// M" I'fus ', '
subsidiaries, 9.201.588 8,820,963 Mi i i ir I'I'
Real' estate _! :..266,972 266,385,456 Roebuck and Co lM4Q.J>0.9 Williams and Erg. "la LUJI.' r,/ -

TOTAL INVESTMENTS 921,016.813 $318,644,400 TOTAL LIABILITIES $766.13i2 $68J.iJ5f62OF lei this week iT i' i '. yin rii, ">

AND CERTIFICATES I CAPITALi Mr. and Mi ". Col! i Inc Mintti.t-," /, A mil Hr vluist ,
I glen "
OF DEPOSIT 30.015.228 14.688,617 Capital stock par value $ 3,000.000 $ + ''Y'' 4tl ot July Moll-la-s In M' H,"", ,I t' the (.u'' State, 'I ,,"
PREMIUM INSTALLMENTS Adlllonal, capital paid In 51600.245 '" .bOel 4'' M visiting! with Ilu'ir famlllon,
div nlrht Jot 10th 't C''a i. ,t
73.944.160 OIl ,
Unrealiredcapdalgainsonstocbs 4"
RECEIVABLE 104.144.181 96,544.633 Retained earnings 161.657.267 1')8' 4 C LEAN-Up! On/ their mturn trip they worn II' |the Legion home on First Street.
ACCRUED INTEREST 6.797.804 6228365 mpanle l by Mrs. Colllii' ,,The glrl'' '' MlaeJoJ"rupa'dMbs,
TOTAL CAPITAL $261.270,028
OTHER ASSETS ._ 8.305.770 9,299,115 $310,201,672 , ,
-- uii htm If otliy llulclt, 'for an 1 hark I j", n'-'son, ''I' rt on

TOTAL ADMITTED ASSETS I,07U39.196 $945.405,790-= TOTAL AND LIABILITIES CAPITAL $1076,339,196 i','leflnlti ltd ,lhe. r llvitt, .* wI' ''r TI i :

TO THE BOARD or DIRECTORS OF AllSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY S"WR = .5945.405,790 6 CARS Mr. and Ml- Henry Nixon and\ ,I hussee: Thu' ,<,1'i (I' oed

ha., ',,mmtd tit aceompanymt:: cntsoldated bshnce sheet of Allttat' Insurance Bondi tie slated .1 monad ml prel"red, end ammo ,stuck ns IW' "s' nn. illllr'/I, /i, Ju'lie, ronnle: Nanrt. ,I II to attend 1 tick i r.in I' -IIIbe
Company and ensaldatd subsidnres, as of, Decamb" II 1963 Our e.ammatee was elue, end Hocks 01 JnconlOlMI.'td' 'ub'MlII/If' I" stated II underlying n'I' -' d Larrlo ol Carthage, Mo., I serv" 1.I 1.f 1.h I 1.
made In .ccodlnCI with, gensrallyccepld ,udlInI'IIId"dl, and ICCOtdnl, ,Included ,, ,
alt se PIl1Cllbed br the HlllOnll A""ClII" s' r Ir r ranee imn".nn',is
such tests of the records such olho auditing P'OCldulIl as we .onltCIlled
ttounhng end .
The ,
hat "
KtplApnWng ballet flleel bUll .i foci In ICe fun. .nit I IN
ftICISSlr, pthusnen cllcum\l.nu, I""llCff pllurbed, by the D.pltm.nl 01 lese"nce 01 Me State 01 ill., ni .' ,," STOCK
,
I In nor is. bliinu sheet t to sore presents fault' Me eoo\OIHlII 1M' ,
tampsd generally 'CC'Pled 1I"Olln; p'o'ipl. In the fnu' ant 01 teiuIi r " "
and ltCIled rub ochres' if December'
hnlnelll cGlls
pOldon 01 AIItll'nlunne.' y ,
lhargeL tar "Iulllon 01 cntenswtsnd the rcngmhei oI".red' .lectern " .
i 1I6J.! accounting, imaple' .pplled on a taus
1ft coolorml with' en"ally "c.pted
"
Tesa d'eeenceu I" nol "mtlet" 10 101,110" 10 the Oeeu fisted "I.ne -" cr p,
consistent with, that of the p"Ced'h'' yesr 1000NE. ROSS BAILEY 4 SMART is e whole

MUST GO Blufiplasma

DIRECTORS W Boyd Chrlll.nsen ,
Calvin Fentress, Jr' Ronald E CramerCharman
Behind h. Good hndS-A fundamental principle of the l Bone Enoch A Frederick

upon which Allstate has been built IS always remem Crow us Bak.r' Paul L. GUb."no

ber the customer and that his lames M. Balker' Fay W. Hamilton
the importance of Oonlld W. 2 DOORS, 4 DOORS . AND A
Grenell H. Bartlett Hansen
,
frst.
complete satisfaction comes Archie R. Boa George H. Kline STATION WAGON
This is why we have decentralized our organization Judson B. Branch' Henry T Kramer

to make It easy for people to do bUSiness with Allstate, Austin T. Cushman Thomas A. Mo.h" 4 .'
This Is why we have the largest full.time salaried Hugh K Ouff.eld' Arthur O.k.s LOW FINANCE RATESUP
Enoch A. Frederick Robert B P.lto:
In to provide "on.the.spot'
claims staff the business Marty
claim service. This i i3 why Allstate IS a company that Clarence H B.KenKestanR:: George C Powell TO 37J4 MONTHS TO PAY I nAM.ys

has always dared to be different a company always Gordon M Metcalf' James A Reynolds Jr ,tku Ian{ r, ,
willing to take the lead In breaking away from hide Charles A Meyer Sr.ffor" J JlOb"S

bound tradition fit means gIVIng, the customer some. Henry 5 E.Mos.r Oliver' (lion.11i'tweed L H Schsf'erLunen Behroeddr BRING YOUR WIFE

thing better.. This IS why any person who calls,! one of Robert B Penton Thomas J Sper her AND TITLE WE'LL DEAL!
the friendly words Allstate W VICtor Stock Jr
our offICes IS greeted with James A. ReynoldS J'

may we help you?" And this IS why we can confidently George H. Strllthe Herbert F Walton

tell our policyholder. and prospective Customers Arthur M WOOd'
Robert E Wood' SECRETARY
COLLIER COUNTY
"You're In Good Hands With Allstate. Archie R. Boe
RIIIDNT
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Judson 8. Branch CONTROLLER MOTORS INC. EMERGENCY h'SE-.West t German warden checksthe

VICE PRESIDENTS Mark A. POll first blood.pla- na IBlutplasmal depot which has been

r J Grn ell H. Bartlett 680 Tamiam! Trail, North MI 2-51541 installed on the Mi ,lch.Salzburg Autobahn The plasma Will
I A Jif Arch R Boa TREASURER be avallabe for on the.spot transfusion to victims of 'raitlcac

Jf Paul W. Brln.y Robert B. PeltortPresdenL :Idenu, If the need arises. The plasma can be stortrf r

up to five .
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I Lady Powers Behind the Platform Converge on ConventionCall







I I I I[ Her Executive Director I 1 TOP WOMEN REPUBLICANS TAKE ACTIVE PART I



1 I S COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Frlela,. July Ii. ItU
tall" ah says "I bad good

training from Mr. Donald.

"You find that the basic problem

are always the mama The

things you think about and prepare

for haven't changed much" .i c

.r rw One problem that keeps growing Iy JOY MILLER

she says, Is "th Increased A*> Women'a Miter

activity of the part of the new Polly Buck has a m.llow. alllee.nlad. no-nonsense _n

media; 3,000 covered the '68 .c.lI.nt hint In t woman, especially a woman ctlllnf roll before nth

convention) 1,000 last time and Dna of the largest audience In history.

w* anticipate 7,000 In San Ai secretary of the Republican National Convention IM! will 9 d

Francisco. That mean more to Introduc the state delegations and read the roll call for n mlM. '

take car of In hotel and convention lions tor president. :

h.lI. more tlcketa and Likely' ai not she'll win over Mra. Buck says stu think \};" I 414r'k

badges" thong mlllloni of horn critic her vole t*. quit deep for t '',"
!
\ _;
who can't bear to hear women on woman and ant agree status no ""l1t

MtEts Coverage by| the foreign preas television or at lest loudly .cc.nt-"W.II. at least" eke ..,

has Increased a lot too, she proclaim thy can't. amends "11'. sort of an eclectic" : I,

says, and many mora foreign Young, attractive Polly Buck, accent. I was born In Philadelphia .. :.; ". .. \ ,! ,

students and diplomatic corps active In party politics for a and have lived In Connecticut '. '' ..
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members will be swelling the dozen years, U only one of I New Jersey and Delaware" .I rtc.' .' J'Ftty

crowd. number of shrewd good-looking She attended BemlngtonCollege.gofrmarrled. ;\ n4t.

hard-worklnf women who are finished her .
.
jy PHONE PROBLEM helping to run convention.. Behind schooling at Columbia University

Miss Good has been working on the sceneS there Is In 1949. Beside serving as

the convention "pretty much for AHre Marriott who alga all the Republican national committeewoman .

two years, beginning with answer. checks ai convention treasurer, forTjelawsre.thein active MRS KATHARIbEST. GEORGE MRS. C Mi'CLASSBUCKlR.tILLARD I

JOSEPHINE GOOD Ins Inquiries of cities about requirement on the platform there'* In the mental health Held, log drive-Ins, restaurants, and ago and the arrangements committee .,'y.: ".... ,

for becoming the convention Katharine St. Gorge, who rule Recalling that predecessor motel around the country, was appointed last June, ,\, :; :

By JOY MILIEU site Veil the minimum on parliamentary procedure. Mrs. Ellcabeth. Heffelflnger of Born In Salt Lake City, she "The Cow Palace rent Is

AP Women' Editor requirement are 10,000 first Waytata, Minn., had said with a attended the University of Utah 11,000 a day. There's tjj.ooo

It.*' In Impreaslv. title....executive director of the Republican clas hotel rooms, a hall. that laugh" at the last convention, "Any where she was a classmate of reimbursable deposit for the Cow

National Conventlon-but Joaephlne L. Good leave It to other to seats 14,000 at least and POLLY'S ECLECTIC dope can call the roll," Mra. Mrs. George Romney, still a Palace, for ushering, Janitorial

boast that ahe' tai only woman to hold such a post. financial arrangements with the Polly, -Mr*, C. Douglass Burk Buck chuckle ")t.. true," she close friend She was married service, watchmen, Insurance,

A cool, blonde, seemingly Imperturbable woman, she's too busy city. Jr.-I* a willowy ash blonde, sys"anyon who can read can the day after graduation at It. restroom and parking lot attendants .

right now even to think of patting herself on the back Anyway this Arranging for the convention mother of four children aces Ito call roll, but It'* an honor for "W cam back here to go someon to set up 7,000

is her second time round.At headquarter telephone number 15, wit of an architect a woman and you can't knock It" Into business and bought a root folding chairs W* have to build

the I9B8 convention she Denver, served In the CoastGuard .. one of her minor but voatlou Bummer la her husband' busy beer franchise," she recalls. the platform and that's one of the

understudied William I l J, Women's Reserve during headaches Customarily the last time 10 h.', staying horn In THE MARRIOTT TOUCH ")t was fin k* long as the most expensive thing, Then

Donald who had don. the work World War U with rank of chief tour numerals are the year In Greenville, Del., with two young Woman have been holding down weather was hot. Then w* put In there are press and TV camera

for three decedea. When he died yoeman and became t capitol the absence of any suitable daughters, but their two older the ecretary'i, Job for to yean, hot food and called It a Hot stands and bandstands...."

two years later she succeeded to secretary In 1148. In 1953 newly sounding hanp-In 1196 they ion are going to the convention but Mrs J. Wlllard Marriottof Shnppe. W* had the first drive- She stops ticking off where the

the position, running the 1980 appointed Postmaster General were happy to get NAtlonal-ah* "I promised them four year Washington, D.C., li only the In In the East money la going and runs sn

artalr with aplomb and not Arthur E. Summerfleldukodher even tried for ELE(for elephant) ago they could go If they'd, let second treasurer to put pen to "I used to do all the bookkeeping appreciative hand over some

anticipating trouble with this to serve a* his confidential and plua the 1884. She got elephant me be secretary," she mays check In GOP tltalo", I had tot; w* had no needlepoint roterlng a chair

Onto administrative aid. Within three Joke from her staff, no encouragement She has to be In San Francisco One of the most charming and organisation. I banked the money
"My mother did this she
"But when )'ou'" behind the year she was caught up In convention from the telephonecom. early, to eel that all delegates unassuming women on the and paid the bills When the ,
"I like to do
says needlepoint
ueo.., It doesn't poem to you work. and alternate are certified, political scene, slim, brunette children came along I stayed
pany.K too but most of these chairs
to be going smoothly at all," II had to b* a number then, listen In on contest hearings and Mrs. Marriott has two sons, home to take care of them but I are
mother's work She was a
eke admit DETAIL WOMAN she said she wanted 711 or 777. turn over the right credential to three grandchildren and an enterprising still am active In the company, my

Jo, a* her colleague call her "1e'. not a* bad a* people So she got 43(. the credential com mitt... Durln husband who started a vice president." beautiful woman She came to
visit us and met Sen. Reed Smoot
U a great lover of rat, sports, think-If you know what you'r Everything else she has under | executive aeaaton she keep with a root beer stand and now Her ability to handle figures,
of Utah and marriedIn
and music. She wan born In doing and have a knack for de firm control minute, controls 120 operations, Includ- born of necessity In the early they were
lean days, "keeps" her from 1130. They were going to
Hawaii on their honeymoon but .
pushing the panic button on convention
Official Hostess: President Hoover called him backon
finance.
I Gdd She explains her chores a cloture vote and said If MRS I. MARRIOTTdid I

Ahead for Convention "I handle the of he'd postpone the honeymoon two
Time Delegates $850,000, which Is budget spent on White weeks. they could spend It In the serves she became as Republican..'tlv.. She nationalcommltteewoman nov dune liook.Mr.and Cunnnnnlwoyvpresidedat the' old Jefferson nil .

House
planning and operating the convention the Democratic ,convention '
for the District
"Mother had the Lincoln Bed.
'y JOY MILLERAP o,;+..t prominent this convention as In -that'* 5260,000from the of Columbia and we follow practically the
1 23 then and I
room was only
Women1 Editor the put when w* knew "ho the Citizen Committee of San same rules."
can remember In and out
The thousands of guests who are planning to attend Mrs Patricia nominee would bat But this time Francisco and the rest contributed going ST GEORGE'S THIRD Admitting she has to bone "p
of the White House It
i Redly' Mitt's big bash will be glad to know Their hostess ha the suspense Is being created by by' the city\ Itself Other cities ; was Another top woman at the convention on the rules before each <'on""".

everything under control. the candidate themselves" bid, but San Francisco offeredthe exciting. Is a longtime party work. linn, Mrs St, George say the
.
The French
For the enlightenment of the uninvited, the big bash I* the They're, trying to keep the best most money and beat big provincialftai .r and a member nf Congress tint two onventlnns were easy .

Republican Atuttonal-Convention.. In San rr.nrl.colJl'o"n.*. thipce-thee speech andformer facilities. ; "4hs Marrk ;
.. !" :t.UI4>o! i Inl\: !
-- - President "Pm, bore of .
hostess chores \fell to Mr*..Hlft+ Elsenhawer'uaddreu I taking SO 'moved t.I.w'frk.. : sound nimplel"N
In It after his first wife
-who'* bound to live up to her : plus the nominating and (checks 125 pounds to the convention died In 1929. The pert peppery Congress there's any doubt ns topro.ceditre .

name-bm sue she's the national I seconding speeches-for prim with me. Everything Is woman It mined th.it after a the ,'halrln..nllrn.. to
coming to California they'll, have Mme Marriott's father, a
committeewoman from California. TV time, she says. In quadruple. How can I take all doren years word In getting von. and inks what lie, rule Is on
to strip down to cottons w.n.I'd bishop In the Church of Jesus
And while the camera eye that?" around that she's parliamentarian thli and you have In give him ananitvier
Ilk to remind them that Christ of the Latter Day Saints,
A pretty brunette with bright wanders, the folk at home will She pauses a minute and ,... of the GOP onventlon ,
San Francisco Is pretty cool In died when she was a child
blue eye, California-born and see the handiwork of Mrs Lee comes, thinking aloud "Thli year peoplekeepcnmlin "I like it." she goes nn, -It

educated Mrs Hltt I I. the wife oft July and they'd, better bring a & and her subcommittee buntIng "I don't think I'll take that "Sen. Smoot, defeated In '32, up to me and saying 'Congrat gets you on the platform for the

moving and storage business l-oat." 4 and flags and other decorations many. Some bill will .be coming went bark to Utah as one of the illation.' Welt, It Isn't very new. entire c ,,,,vrllU,,,,. Yen don't miss

executive and the mother of two that give a festive and In here for months But the door. Quorum of U I In the Mormon This Is my third time nut the a thing, you nee all the wheel

boy., II and 2t, whom she firmly I CHRISTOPHER MEDAL patriotic air to the cavernoua keepers and serjeants-at-arms Church It was the middle of the first two times no one >eemedInterested. turning around which Is flit"

hopes will run errand for her. Mrs. Hltt will appear on the Cow Palace, get paid when they complete their depression and he couldn't sell ." She attended her first reinvention

5h.'. In charge of all outside convention program Monday Mrs Lee, national committeewoman work out there, and thereare 150 the house, W* moved In, finally Mrs. St. George, who serveson In Chicago In '44 M a dele-

activities at the convention, and morning to present a special -A- r of New. Mexico and motherof of each, which means 300 checks bought It from him and applied the House Rules Committee (ate, "There was nci air rondl.

has. lined up varied entertainment medal of recognition to former grown twins, Is active In her right there. the rent we'd been paying" where she Is the sec ond ranking Honing andI was terrible I

and helpful hospitality for her Mayor George Christopher who state's education organizations "I've been paying bills sInce She became Interested In member on the, mlnurlly Hldr, remember a man sitting behind.

gueets spearheaded the effort to bring v-v- and has served as a U.S, dele- they started coming In last politic through her stepfather. points out that the convention me warned- 'Don't get up and

There's the big hospitality the convention to San 'r.n l.co. / gale to ..,Inter-American August The site committee hut not until a friend, Dwight D.Elsenhower "operates under rules nf the ilnwn. any more cir '011'11 get

center for all delegate et the "rm so proud to make the 9' conferences started work year and a half was President Hovel Cannon's rule of prcn... water on the knee" ''

Sir Francis Drake, which dli- award," she .."., "rm a {

p.n... Information, Including Christopher booster and good Y

delegate lint and accommodatlonat friend,"
takes car of messages; Among activities Mr, Hut has MRS. PATRICIA REILLY HITT Over the Years

provides lounges .('emI' ter. scheduled! are a ,together I I'y

.d with TV seta and s bar. brunch for new national commltteewomen. Two women Involved In the got more harmony on that them Feminine Role in GOP Politics Strengthened

Each delegation has an official win I tasting committee on arrangement are than I've seen In the Republican

host and hostess committee, party fashion show luncheon, chairman of mbcnmmlttee Party since then," she says with

courtesy of Mrs. Hltt to run and continental breakfast Mr. Ik* 6. Kimpmann Jr. of a laugh "W checked out the JOY MILLERAP Walker Wlllehranclt then a U.S.

errands, make reservations fashion show two morningsat San Antonio, Ten, convention presidential candidate* on It,and Women Editor assistant attorney general

end be eight specialty shops theme and program entertainment there was harmonious agreement .
snswer questions Unlike little boy, little girl rarely dream of growing up to
letting and Mr. Floyd W. Lee there"
"These store are even FIRSTS FOR ALL
generally h..lpful.WORKINO. be President. The practical dears know It's a waste of Imagination.
aside whole floor and they of San Mateo, N.M., convention The entertainment chorea, she Congrrsswoman Clare Boothe

LONG aren't Just shoving coffee and a hall appearance, xplalns"at: thla point are everything AII..llt right now f Lure from Connectlc presenteda
But when Sen. Margaret Chase Smith's name Is placed In
She's been working on the arrangements roll at you, they're really cater. Glamorous Mrs, Kampmann that no one else knows whatto h major address. at the 1944
National will have
nomination at the Republican Convention women >T
for four month. In Ing. One don la putting up umbrella "everyone call m* Flo"-I* a do about. I dliln't know there convention the first time agomch
moved ahead one jump In the game nf politics
mid-May she left home In Orange tables and converting the Sweet Briar graduate, wife ofan were *o many elephant act | was given hv a womanat
Women have run for FresMent ..torr-hllt never serloush
Calif., to take an apartment In floor Into I Parisian sidewalk attorney, mother of two small around the country we've had that a national convention other
sought the nomination within a major part.
San Francisco and work fulltlm cafe," she says., children. many offers. Then there are Victoria Claflln Woodhull than seconding speeches since

with a staff of II. "As for that luncheon fashion She went early to the convention request from all over to entertain 1892 when Mrs Fouler had predicted

"I believe we have the most Inter show, It's really t first n'' because, she aayi, the doting father who want made a couple of efforts In the1170s there Is to be one name placed "We are here to atay.
Colorful beautiful and In EaTa'Nr ,
fating and exciting activities a pageant called 'Glamor on theme li one of the first thing their daughters to alng 'The Star nomination c 7 7eG A woman officiated. assecrrtsry
em'hinting. she campaigned for Republican, women areproudto
he derided since It I* often '
Paramount to
at convention,'' she says Parade put on by Spangled Danner. of the convention for
any free love and t'it'women out that theirows. the my
equal rights point
enthUHlastlrally, "We expect Pictures and narrated by their lined In convention booklet, But Mr. Kampmann has turn.ed w the first time In 1941, the same
end decoration. This thumb down. on performing She got nowhere, party that dliln't give women the .
40,900 Including the newt media. designer Edith Head-she's badges onventlon In which a woman
respectedand brushoff In 1873 when the r
Belva Lockwoocl
*
It'll probably be the biggest really a doll-and showing costume year II'. a phrase from Lincoln' pachyderms, she' centering her first nominated a presidential
brilliant teacher and I."y..r.wu National Woman Suffrage Association
we've over had." worn In movie by stars Gettysburg addrtssj "For the Interest on all types of musical ,'andldate-Sen, Raymond E.
nominated bv the NationalEqual sent to the
delegates
The specter shivering guests from Clara Bow to Shirley People." entertainment from opera to yY Baldwin (.f Connecticut
Party both In IBM political conventions of the
banns over her however. Mac Lain. Loral models, of "You pick what you think the hootenany, Rights Mrs. Katharine St. Gorge became
"So many people. think that course," party really stands for, and we "Entertainment won't be ao and 1181. Not surprisingly, Democrats, Repulillrans and the first woman parliament

. .. . _... Benjamin Harrison and then. Liberal. Republicans
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A PICTt'AC OF THINGS .. maid tarlan In 19S8: Miss JosephineL.
Grover Cleveland beat her The Republicans nominatedI'lyases TO COME Htrt'i asp li
n R electhn look uilk a exisias preiiaW ..4.,01A... .. Coiyrraaroma Good In 1980 was Introduced
Grant tor re- ,
handily 2. AalAortse 5,. G.",.. if \,.. Jv I//ICKMKK ......." ads Sod <>/ ss the first woman of any
In 1999 a Mrs. Llnea Jtnsen and put the women In the 14th the FnuJml of lAe tooted Stan al a elate GOP ...."., several politics! party to serve. a* s

ran on the George Washington planks yrari ago atiene'r ey Prudent CuesAoiver tact is (A* picturemlttee > national convention executive

Peace party Her presidential "The Republican Party Is director

7a campaign didn't get far, .*. mindful of Its obligations to the recently made toward the After her defeat back In the

peclally after she announce! she loyal women of America for their establishment of equal rights for Al a national committee meetIng '80s, Belva Lockwond Is

had Just communicated with the noble devotion to the cause of women..?.." the next year not only was supposed to hate said consolingly

father of our country.ALMOST freedom Their admission to In 1193 the party convention Mr, McCormick called on to
to .her daughter "The (act that
wider fields of usefulness Is for the first time seated two speak but four women were appointed
a woman actually ran for Presl-
IN 'S! viewed with satisfaction end the women alternates from the new members. of the
dent my dear, will five men
Senator Smith hue .been men. honest demand of env rlsss nf state of Wyoming. alanallowedMr Republican Co. a r II I and
something to think/ about for
Honed before on till convention citizens\ for additional rights J. files Foster to addressthe I woman for the drat time via years to come"

floor In relation to high" national should be treated with respect- body, SIll said "We are permitted to serve as a proxy Th
political progress women
a ottI".. fill consideration" her to help you and we have. for a national committeeman
h hare bee making long after
In 1952 Mrs. Clare Boothe Emboldened, the women askedto come to day" There were many other Brutal
Bent Lorkwoocl I I. giving both
t Luce, 1 delegate from Connect) present i !Suffrage Aesocla- From then on, the progress of In the 1920 convention, "held and
men women something to
cut, told the convention that It Hon memorial at the 1I7 convents women within the party paced two months before the ratification
think about, GOP official. be.
was "the desire of the women Mrs. Sarah J. Spencerwas mora woman speakers, more of the amendment giving llev.

e' xr delegates and millions of the woman permitted for d..adll-mor. women delegates women the vote, there were 17

Republican women throughout, the first time to address more women speakers, lady delegate and 111 lady HUTCH INSON. Ie... (AP) -
Mien a ewe In Mrs. W.S. ftt
rye nation that I Should put Into a Republican National Convention more action In their behalf alternate For the first tlm _'. sheep herd refused la have

nomination for the vice presidency -for 10 minutes too. In I9K the convention appro women could he said toll* truly anything *.. don tt her new lamb,

e the name of. Margaret That same convention's plat ed a woman suffrage plank. participating |n the convention' another ewe had to take cone

t ka a tURS. Chase Smith" form enlarged upon the wom.,,'. Two year later Mr*. Ruth Hotness But lam week later Die came

However, she went on, Mrs, plank of four years before Hanna McCormick of Illinois A womaa served for the first eve gave bum a mooed tans
mi true lamb suited her
Smith asked her same .be withdrawn beginning the statement "Th became chairman of the first limo a* chairman. of the wetson uid all the siother Mia..instincia .-

rather than create dlvl- Republics Party recognizes wllhappronllha.ubHI.ntlaladYlnr. woman's Executive Committee eommltt on credential at the worked fine for me ***.

MR: "I t, ILL sins of loyalties alnc. "11 seems ... ,f the.Rep ddlcan National Com- 121 entI"ntlon-tdrs. Mabel 1 ondlanb.f .
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Nielsen Tells Nations!, per line , 30< or Ml'i' t/IM>

Everybod NOTICE OF PUBLIC NEARING I/O IM --rrr-
590 9th St. No. Phono MI 2-7245 MARCO ISLAND DEVELOPMENT Classified/ Display/ per Inch SI.75 fur*. | bdrm .pu. IMieioni .
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island Development the epplicetion Corp. of for Merco e weter ra/: SPARKS. "\. REALTY SALON N. pats er .""tI,.... loll
NOTE-Arthur C. frenchite ov.r the currently e> IsiS r Tam.em. Trail I 2111 0' M'' I sloe 4/11'
Burger Ittlng area now held by sold Com: Midway 5551,
ENJOYTHEMSELVES J Nielsen Jr. Is president of A. C. P." '' 'T. GIANT FOREST Apartments
Nielsen Co., the marketing re. BOARD Of Boats-Motors Acces. Level Apt I" I batfrm, Far.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSCollier near each 4 ihooptna Yearly
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\ Palace SEALll.r ar.t T Scott Clerk BOAT FOR SALE --s; Shores Apia..
the yardstick by which Is mea. :.7t W. Beetty. .II ft Kauftmtn boat II ho...
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\ THE TRAIL Cynthia Lowry, sup. NOTICE OF APPLICATIC)N FOR TAX DEED Ion III Airport Road MI round Ml I 21/Ss. K.lly It,. andrar.
plies a brief explanation of the S.c U/1 H I. F I, 1H34 7/11.31 Ave 1IllEBB
and FRITZ and It.llmlta. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVIIIi lal C C Danlord lha holder oli ---- .
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from 6 A.M. jl |u thereon' Oppl.
Breakfast OPEN 24 HOURS " "', of the property, and M which .t ...___ are Weekly Monthly S.ilonMotfarn
Monday thru Sat eVIBHowl: lurnithad ,
By ARTHUR C. NIELSEN, CerKicele Ne III Y..r of, Issuance 2062d Catering' Lunch Truck for talarouta bedroom aflicianciatft .
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11 A.M. to 11 THE FINEST NEW YORK (AP) I know N.m. *m whicn .......d: Quit Hi"bo Copo"lIon.ounly 1// 1/
rdtlY'Sund.y 5c BURGER IN TOWN that ratings are about as popu. All of Hid properly bond in the C: 01 Collier. II.,. 01 Florida.et. 13-Help Went Female/
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In Month of :August. I9M which' 'li tl<.la Ill day of Aufuil, 19M and lounga Mull be II y... Ml' pier |60 00 par month
i need to be reminded, I have Piled the jrd diy of July '164, 11SZ llltfClaanlng way 2W2 /I,1f
I to read mall. MARGARET T, SCOTT
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------ Treasury Has $$2 2 Billion Each season dozens of letters CLERK S SEAL) Clark of Circuit Florida Court ol 'I day Woman o ..wanlad.... WVman HouseWork 49-Houiei For Rent
Collier County
ask why Nielsen took a favorite 10>
Jt111 .. L--._ laic
July' 1. It 17. 24. 1M
program off the air Last year'sshow t bedroom. house furnished
WEATHERBy "Going my Way," which Retired ganllaman want houta t.1I Itl 11" 711tl
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we In. Must have atu
More Cash Than ExpectedBy tarred Gene Kelly, is a good NOTICE OF APPLICATION" FOR TAX DEED MI. 2.37J4. Noun for rent J bO,,,,,, I
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i example Many people wrote to 'OC, 174 '16. f I Salt, ururnlsh.d. Yearlylase
'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Oabrlal M. Luff, holder of the follow Available, August I II Call
High Low Pr,, say that this kind of wholesome ni tax cartificalaa, for o Ian deed lo ba Ittuad tharaon, Tha cartilicalo 14-Help Wanted MaUSeraear MI tIt 4/1 ci
Albany, clear 72 54 SAM DAWSONAP Ing and Increased tax receipts television series deserved to numbers and yaara of Ittuanca. datcriplian of properly and name in

Albuquerque, cloudy 80 63 Business News Analyst from a prospering economy, continue-adding that any sys. which assessed are at followti Oparator wanted forD

Atlanta, cloudy 87 71 .04 NEW YORK (AP)-With un. tt had thought it would have tern that would give a low rat. Cartilleata Oaacrlptlon of Property Assessed to: S L. Carrel. tt 14. Enparlana" LARGE FURNISHED FOR RENT HOUSE:

Bismarck, cloudy 85 62 expected cash In hand the U.S. to raise $9 billion more cash be. Ing to a fine show like this was 2i of 1962 Parcel 19 ft > Bag' 400 1 Richard' N. Towntand ; I fe In ft I fin.parson, MrHumtnt atM.rce'lttand I bedrooms. I baths. dan Naar

Boise, clear 84 57 Treasury Is indulging in one of fore the end of the year. Nowit absolutely wrong. So oand 171 ft Il7orN Cor: Sac Poser 711O.Jt Fohing Pier Canlar and, Ideal Ira for SIreN

Boston, rain 68 60 1.32: Its favorite gambits-extending may need to borrow only $7 Writing to say how you feel bon. H II CII all. .In Sao II. Twp Ml SPa. :lamely:: ;, ,I I40 monthly on year's bg

Buffalo, cloudy 85 59 federal debt. It rarely has billion more to pay the bills be. about a makes Socltty dttlrtt" full laai*.
the program sense ef l 1912 SWM of NEM of NEtt acSeu. 21. William J. Ulrich limo' employil for ptrmintnt AO MILLER ASSOCIATES
Chicago, cloudy 80 62 as a good chance to do this as fore the tax receipts flown and we pass the letters on to Twp SO S R.a 11 C. 10 pout ion, Mutt tike animals, end "..Ita,.
Cincinnati, clear 81 58 .41 it has today. greater volume In the early the proper network, but the let. IM of 196' Lol 10 Rabacca Webs Sd Rabacca Waakt b. able. I" meet the "ub" ins Sth Ava. So MI 11114

Cleveland, clear 75 55 The government will end up months of 1965. ters point to a widespread mis. 177 of 1962 Lola Part.I. 1 Block S Unit, I. Naples Franca H. Wilwn, hit M56411 71107t 713154Trade

Cleveland, clear 75 55 owing just as much, and prob. The Treasury proposes for a understanding of what a rat. 205 of 1962 Lot It Block 21 Unit 1. Naples Park Jose Oscar Life Guard year ereund work. Sell

Denver, clear 94 61 ably more But the date of pay. while at least to get the needed log is. Martin Harnandaf city ,btntlitt bet' Apply Mil lt Ntpltt>0 r/stf Rearsstien or

Des Molnesclear 84 66 ment on at least part of this cash $100 million at a time by A television rating tells you ill of l 1962 Lot 11 Block 42 Unit t. Naples Park. O'or" M, Harding, Wili, natl. iYu.t' lase Park.

Detroit, clear 83 61 debt will be pushed back. This Increasing its weekly offering of only one thing The estimated 247 of 1912 So Incl'10 Block ft of II No Tier. 100 10 ft Naplaa of Loll' t II Nora Hums 13-S.I/ Help Wanted hn. "cco Cass 'MI land 11201'n Cly 0' Coun.h. S/1 If

Fairbanks, M M M is a long-time dream of the de. short-term bills Congress made number of families watching a

Fort Worth, cloudy 104 79 partment chiefs who are room for all this by raising the program.It All of laid properly bong 'In Colllar County Florida lxptri.nc.il. Itittmtn, ....nl.dA
Unless ouch cartilicata, or cartificatat, shall ba radaamad accardini lo II 40 centtct Sun Shuirt 57-Houies For SaleI
Helena, clear 86 55 .27 plagued by the need to refund legal limit on the federal debt measures the size of a pro. law the properly. datcribad tharaln' will, ba told to tha highs b,dd.r sales manager et Ingrtm i Chiv
Honolulu, cloudy 86 74 a continuously maturing debt. to $324 billion for one year. At gram's audience. A rating does at tha courthouse door. Collier County Courlhouta. Building C. on lhaf relit, 7/2,If badroom turn houto Oil
)rd. 1964 I
rtt In I>f4. which August
Monday it
,
) with lo Gulf MI
anal
Indianapolis, cloudy 79 62 At times that can be pretty present It's $312.6 billion. not consider the value of a pro. Dated July J.U'U'I. Available Hon accatt >/i atPr

Jacksonville, cloudy 93 75 cramping.The n'. the long-term bonds, not gram's message that Is the MARGARET T SCOTT 16-Help
(CLERKS SEAL) >'iv''ri >AL(
Juneau, cloudy 55 49 .43 Treasury now has $2 bll. the bills, that cause the head. viewer's job when he chooses to CI... 01 Curtail, Court 01 ,,,., NO ISOMERS
Kansas City, cloudy 88 69 lion more cash In hand than it ache by maturing at times that watch the program Ratings Collier Counly, Flonda sill Senior mint Typing desires' *.u"therthtnd employ work Owns" must u" thraa badroom
I. 10 17 24 I MNOTICE
July t ugh home .n THE MOOR
Los Angeles clear 84 63 be less than convenient to "count tiptritnct Sttphonit Hill WY
had expected-$10 billion all to. may the house" for televisionjust t/1,54 INQS Contra! Aral and air
Louisville cloudy 86 65 .02 the Treasury and Derbies uoset. as the I 1141 candit. ,arpal. thraugh
gether-thanks to cuts in spend. box office ticket OF APPLICATION: FOR TAX DEED oning ng
Memphis clear 92 74 tineto th.r..t r- the; seller out ....II' I bedrooms. Com
money does for the movies. l 114 II F S
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Miami clear 89 80 ,15 market. A big maturing issue NOTICE .IS HEREBY OIVEN a'I thtt Cttty Milltr and Ruth .".....,. 21-Lost A Found pie bile lan including, disposal
Often letters ask to dishwasher N ,, screened
us please holder of the allowing lt> ..,fictttt, .. hit filed said, ctrlifirtttt lor a and "
Milwaukee, cloudy 75 58 can thwart plans to regulate in. give a show a good rating. W.can't I.. daed. 10 b. .u.d Ih..on The UIo'ute' nun,Sart and years ofssae porch. paved dri.a...ay, toddadl. .

Mpls.st.P., cloudy 83 65 .32 TELEPHONE GROWTH: terest rates and determine the give a particular show a followtCtrt, :: description' 01 property and name me whch assessed. are as The Dog LOST it brown DOO end white, l.> ..n M Phone Ml 14104 t/t alterS |.II

New Orleans, cloudy 87 74 SW 1950-1915 ease or tightness of credit.So good rating because this Is be. with black .p..... Answers lo
New York, cloudy 63 61 ..03Okla e now the Treasury Is offer yond our power. Nielsen doesn't "f celt Ottcnplion of Property! Attttttd tt,: the name et Piggy If loundt 58-lots For Sale/
......,.. M,.. Wit
City, cloudy 106 74 boo r".RS M Mill.... ing to refund in advance of decide the ratings Viewers In 231 ol .IM2 Lots U 24 mcl Block t Titr, 2 Fred Oi Torrid nek' 2147 Wiihini it given, ten Ave N..

Omaha, cloudy 89 66 maturity a record $41.7 billionof our sample audience do when Naples plot Fit Ml' I2IMISt
III ol 1t12 Lo35 21 Block >4 Unit, 4. NaplesPark
Philadelphia, clear 68 M M H01e such securities. Of the nine they watch-or don't watch-a . Earls J. Williams. Jr IIOMES1TES
Phoenix 102 80 issues Involved $23.6 billion are ol It2 1' EtrHI 23-Mnc. For Sale l ll.mboo
cloudy program.All 175 Let Block I Unit I I. Btnite Short Edfir THE MOORINGS MMJ09
Pittsburgh clear 80 56 held by private Investors and tf 112 Tract H Florida Fermaitss lie .
network shows rated
(C.wli..dt..l.O are Fonda Teble I .... f ...... ROCK HARtOR 5500050
21 Tp 41 S Rft IE P B 4 pain II Vacant ch.
Ptlnd, Me. cloudy 75 58 .17 the rest by Federal Reserve by our electric meter. When the .
is
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130d.ph..N 21 tl 1912 Sei it IE Car IW''. run W 2411 Ernttt D. Ryan Wroughtrenkt'Slnd Floortame. PINE RIDGE' 1300000 \
Ptlnd, Ore., clear 72 50 U.nd Sm.. ad C.n.d.) banks and other official holders. set Is turned on, our Instru. ft to FOB N 1121 fl W ZlI'I S ,Alfred A McLtnon ,
65 112 I ft. I ill ft to POB Sac I 15. Card leblet Ele' Ctll ROYAL HARSOR |7 H
Rapid City, cloudy 90 110 How successful the offering ment measures the time and Twp M S Rit 21 E ,4>M. 110 It > NA
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Richmond, cloudy 82 65 .12 110 will be is up to the holders. But channel. This Information .. >_iatkueillo ..:
St. Louis, clear 87 6t .07 the hope Is that a substantial comes to us coded on film. The All/ tf said property bung 'in Collar'' County Flor dtUnltti 26-P.rionel / MaraamDEWEY
ttch ctrlilicttt or cerl.flcal.. shall. bt rtdttmtd according ttliw 0111Jedpol
Salt Ik. City, clear 87 54 amount of these notes and bonds data are fed Into a computerand the "....orly tttcribtd thtrt will bt told to the h,|httt b,ddtrt
San Diego, clear 72 64 100a due anywhere from next monthto the ratings are automatic.ally tht courthouse door Collier', County Cturthouit Bu,Id,ng C. on tht "' tO"O ANONYMOUS' ' \ POLLY
be brat Monday in Augutt .,64. which it August Ird. 1954Oared Mt or women w.*h erintloprob .
San Fran., clear 67 56 February 1967, will ex. produced The rating of a J.y I H4 tmt All tar Nap b/ till
Seattle, cloudy 70 55 w r- changed for three Issues of program Is determined b) pro. MARGARET T, SCOTT '"gMlllltl V,t,lor. cord.tilt REALTY
'CLERKS SEAL ...
Tampa, clear 90 80 1 0 bonds maturing from 1969 to Jectlng from that sample audl Clara of Circuit Court .f Ipl..r* ctmtd Coures Mttt Annoa ngt. en Firtgni stnSI Comer of Ut Avo Do. :.ATamiaml

Washington, cloudy 84 65 1992. Interest ranges from 4 per mss, the total number ol homes Collier, County Iloritla Stn An. avdry end : Trill
: MTm MI 143U.
J It 17 24 1164 elmNOTICE /
July
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Winnipeg, clear 80 59 a cent to 4'/4 per cent. viewing Fri it I 10

M-MISSING That will give the Treasury The Larga tot for laia In Ptna RMaaby
( ) so rating 'process Elves the owtitr. '2100. Phone MlMIM
more elbow room in managingthe viewing public a chance to vote OF APPLICATION" FOR TAX DEED BIG 7/2.M
debt, even though the In. bas IM II, FNOTICE S
Its preference. From the point HERESY/ OIVEN' thtt Poe DtuD, holdir I of the fallowingin SALE STARTING JULY PORT ROYAL La />!., I Oal I
terest charges will be higher of view of the Individual, this etr,'f*_to* hit filed, said, ctrt,fitittt for e tti deed to bt itiutdthtrton leer Drive Far 1.,. or Trado
Dallas PoliceTo Tha ctrt,fxtlt nunbrand years of ,,,u.u. O.IC"O". C A G MERCANTILE w.te Q J ...'11.... 2521 rat
majority rule conflict
may with ....
el properly and name in which ettttttd are et follow IN MARCO "OOtl. 0., C_.
PISH STORYRUSSELL7LLE personal taste, This Is a llmtu.
Get Bronze 10 tlon of democrat In politics Ctrl,lieite O..n.f.' Property Attetttd to Oroetrtt ere et 20% ditcounlOrugt
Io.L: UP 4 Hardware it 10% diet 59-Acresge
Bust Of Tippit Hanging above the courthouse u ss well as television. But the si. 101 of .IU2 Let 2' Clack 5 Mnltne Id. Qilbtrt' SttllworthIM F thing tackle tl 40% discount

ItSO Ins tea iN4 mo mi a large copper wfathrrvant in tentative Is to have somebod or IH2 Lot 12 Block 4 Ma ""... Sd O E Mdn, thott ft Clothing et morkt., DISTRESS! I Owner naadamonoyl

DALLAS Tex. (AP) A - the shape of I fish, ,..... Call.ar County "... la-
bronze bust of police hero J. D. PHONE SALES SOAR- Visitors told the bullet what the public should watch ef IM2 Let 24 eotk B Wrllt Sd Joe Hernendt STORE ..1.. MI ,.,,". 0*.,. Sunday.
are 10 of 'IM2 w lef Nit ef of EH of C L. Bltckburnof
Tippit, representing days of toll There aren't many peopleIn hole In the fish i was put there b) and this certainly! seems much of NE'< Set I, Tsi 47 S .Rgt I1WE FIXTURES IIIl.tf

by a Dallas welder, will be pre. the United States today Jci J Jam. when h. left torn less desirable! I SI,cmg machine Seelee, TRAIL FRONTAGE
tented to the Police Departmentin who haven't direct accessto _- 11 el .IM2 N', ef E>t ol W', ef NW' of NE.. Frtiitrt Cooleri 00 eares klpk' S dry land IIImile.
in 1168 are rnhhirtf the bank. Sec I Twp 47 S Rae 2* I. t tent C L. Bleckburn Air tondilionort EM from ......_... MA"
memory of the ofCcer be. a telephone. According to Hut that'i I fun .tiw> BORN TO AUDIENCE All of and preptrty bang in Calmar County' Fleridt LOWE a PECK! .U 1111 Ave.
hived slain by accused assassin the Newschart about 85 llnltit ouch itrtif,cete or carshutas sNaba rtdttmtd eccerd ng te $5645, MI, 1.522 1/l.lr
After the Civil "Car' a Union ,SEC YORK CAP) About ypcrtone taw the proptrl/ dttcDibtd, Ih".." ...II te told' te the ghttt bidder
Ue Harvey Oswald. million telephones are in Army wliiicr pulsed Ihrouah .etth H the covrtheutc doe*. Codes. County Courthouto. Building C, en the
today, in contrast to 45 .d ao the first baby. first H44. which tt Augutl lid 1961.Da1.1 RENEW YOUR nDRIVER'S 62-Business Property
use the fi.h J..t.
here *pi'tled and drilled O.l'I
creation of ass born the
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said Thursday II ant And it tf u ISO' SahlndTralK
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ie wonted to do something to Ihe new uxirlhoune.. was tint Sally allefefofdiim ., |a\r Clerk of Circuit Court efCollitr WMSWIRWIHMQKJHt .ar-Nobroliof
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10 COLLIER COt NTY NEWS Friday, July 10. W4 Lashes ..e.. A a: -r Citrus Commission

Judge Tshombe

an Inquiry into the nation s,I Votes Changes In
t worst airline crash since a Pa.
39DeadIn cific Airlines plane crashed east Process Standard

i of San Franclwo May 'I, killing Press Denies Becomes LAKELAND (AP-In effortsto :
all 44
aboard
keep processors from mou -
,: Mt. The United flight originated in .,. plants to other states, the Fie>!1.
Smoky Philadelphia and was bound I forHuntsvllle --,.. _. da Citrus Commission has
Ala. The plane had Gag Request Premier changed its standards for <-hdi.J
' stopped In Washington and was ed orange Juice to permit the

Air Crash due in Knoxville, 40 miles to the HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) A LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo addition of artificial sweeteners.The .
!L
south six minutes it
alter federal Judge has reused to en. (AP>-Molse Tshombe, who lor commission Amended
crashed In a heavllywoodedhollow join law officers from making \A more than two years tried to Thursday Us standards for chill
s NEWPORT, Term (AP) at 6:15p.m. statements to newsmen about L keep his Katanga Province out ed Juice to conform with newly
t Searchers gathered grim evidence The pilot, Capt. Oliver E. sy; \: of federal
the Jacques: Mossier murder the Congo Republic, became adopted standards of
and destruction Sabatke .
of death of radioed
; today Washington
,
case but he cave the press a premier of that republic today identity. The change was recom.
which followed the 13 minutes before the crash that .
tongue lashing prior to his rul I and swore his loyalty to It. mended by the Florida Canners
; crash and If United IM
burning a was changing from an Instru.
Tshombe and eight of the 10 Association.
i. Air Lines plane near this mountainous ment to a visual flight plan. Ing.U.
S. Dist. Judge Joe Ingra. members of his new Cabinet Commission attorney D.Burke
east Tennessee town There was a 4,000.foot relllng, ham announced his decision after went to President Joseph Kullovubu'l Kibler of Lakeland said that the
late Thursday. All 39 persons :in.mil* visibility and scattered
aboard killed, clouds."I hearing four hours of testl. residence overlookingthe change would mean "reversing
Investigators ware said 70 bags of heard a screeching noise, mom from six witnesses. Congo River rapids and a philosophy and policy of long
fragments 23 bodies looked up and saw the plane Mossier, 69, a Houston and pledged "fidelity to the Congo standing."
including ,
I were removed, midmorning smoking and coming In toward a Miami millionaire, was found and to the chief of state." Paul Robertson of Vero Beach
to a special by set up In hill," said Frank Turner, 52, a stabbed to death June 30 In his 'NEA Radio-Tele photos Two of Tshombe's new ministers said "We have had a tendency
Newport's Municipal morgue Auditor Cooke County constable.Mrs. Miami apartment. RAINS CAUSED IT-Niigata City. Japan, was the scene of disastrous floods last month Minister of National to talk quality and then lower
um. National Guard units from Charles Hawk said she Melvin Lane Powers, 27, Mos in the wake of the earthquake centering there. It is having more trouble. It is besieged Economy Jean Eboslrl and Mln. our standards to meet out of.
I nearby Morristown joined civil saw the four nglne plane ex. sler's nephew.by.marriage, has by heavy rains that have fallen continuously for several days washing away 47 bridges Ister of Education Frederic state competition"
tans in the task. plode and fall Into the hollow been charged with murder and collapsing river banks and flooding thousands of acres. Shown here is the Showa bridge Balojiwere, couldn't get to Leo. Sidney Brown of Orlando,
Federal authorities rushed near her home. Is In the Harris County (Houston upper right, newly constructed for the National Games here still unrepaired while the poldvllle in time, so hastily was member of the Canners Chilled
f f Into the area to seek clues Other witnesses reported see. ) Jail. He has been denied muddy water of Shinane River overflow the Sports Center, upper left center. the government put together. Juice quality committee, said
; which caused the big airliner to Ing objects falling from the bond pending extradition t o -' Kasavubu charged Tshombe the change was needed to put
( : crash In good weather appar. plane, according to William Florida. -and his ministers to advancethe Florida processors on an equal
ently with little or no warning Cureton, captain of the Newport Attorneys for Powers filed a Congo's economy and its footing with out.of.stat proces.
. Some witnesses reported they emergency and rescue squad. $100,000 damage suit against MI. social services sors.The
\ saw the Viscount turbo.prop ex. The plane smashed Into the ami and Houston officers I The Racial SceneArrests The Congo, torn by politicaland commission also receiveda

., plode and objects fall from Itt side of a hill known as Trent. Wednesday and requested an In. tribal rivalries for four preview of its advertising and
shortly before dark. The wreck. ham Hollow, Bodies peraonal Junction to prevent them from years, now looks to Tshombe for merchandising program for the
wide effects and wreckage were further questioning Powers or the peace and dynamic leader. 194.65 season.
scattered over a
age was Freedom
area in the foothills of the Great strewn over a half.square mile talking to newsmen. MarkIntegration Solon Worries Schools ship he promised when he returned The $3 million advertising pro.
Smoky Mountains near the area. One engine rolled 150 feet William Walsh, one of Pow. Aid Negroes In from exile In Spain two gram will devote $1,400,000 to
ers' attorneys charged the In. weeks ago. frozen orange juice, $266,000 to
i North Carolina border to the bottom of the hill. A wing About
Searchers found two flight section was the largest piece of vestlgatlng officers released let. Rights Vote RegisteringJACKSON He also is to prepare for elec. fresh oranges, and $311,000 to
manuals but had been unable to wreckage.The ters and photographs which Implied tlons early next year. chilled orange Juice. '
find the plane's automatic flight wreckage still was burn. that Powers and Mrs. Can. Worker Son Miss. (APTheycall When Tshombe returned to Amounts allocated for other
recorder. ing when the first rescue squads dare Mossier, 43: his aunt and them schools, but there his guest house following the productalncludelenglestrength I
Dr W, B, Robinson, a New. arrived.It widow of the slain man, were WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. aren't any report cards, bells ceremony several hundred per. canned orange Juice I
'i port physician, remained at the was Untted's first fatal having a love affair In FloridaPAHOKEE Don Edwards, D.CalIf., whose or football teams. sons pressed against the fence $243,000 fresh grapefruit $310..
Earlier blonde son is a civil rights worker in shouting "Out with Adoula." 000, single strength
crash scene throughout the crash since Nov. 23, 1962. Mrs. Mossier The students are Negroes.The canned
said In an Interview from her Mississippi this summer, lays teachers are white. Tshombe greeted his admirers grapefruit Juice $136,000, grape
night."I'm we'll find addition. hospital bed "there Is no truthto (AP) Scattered the student effort to help Ne. with his customary gesture of fruit sections $62,000 frozen
: al bodies sure when the wreckage Suicide fourth great. the rumors about a romance arrests and egg throwing Incl. groes there .is sure to continue They are called "Freedom raised arms and a big smile grapefruit concentrate 62000..
has been cleaned ," he said est cause of death among U.s. with Powers. dents were reported as more year around .''It's working too Schools"-part of the sweeping Cyrille Adoula. the outgoing 'tangerines $72,000,temples$72,.
up
racial barriers fell in Florida well to let it stop." civil rights movement in premier denied reports
United asked the Federal Bu. young people between the "To say there was something Mia I that he 000, and tangelos$18,000.
Thursday and lawyers for inte. Edwards. who .lust returned stsslppi being directed by the delayed the Installation by fall
reau of Investigation to make ages of 15 and 24. between us Is absurd. We all _
-. loved each other, but not the grationists said they would file from a tour of southwestern; Council of Federated Organlza. ing to sign Kasavubu's order
way people would have you suit against a hospital Mississippi, said there la great tlons, which coordinates act Ivl. naming Tshombe. In a commu Citrus Mutual
think." Four Negro youths were ar. concern among students thereabout ties of the major civil rights nlque Adoula said he hadn't
I IIi She said the family was along rested In Pahokee, a Lake Oke. what will happen to local groups. been asked to sign.

\ when each of the pictures of her echobee center, on chargesof Negroes when summer 1s over One of the alms of the Free. In the cabinet lineup he sub. Tells U.S. How
violatinga nighttime i and the students leave the state. mltted to President Joseph Kas.
and Powers were taken.
I\/ dom Schools is to
Judge Ingraham lashed verbally curfew set up at police request He said "it will have to be voter help Negroes avjbu Thursday night, Tshom.be .
at newsmen and newspap. The owner of a Pahokee restaurant planned for We must let It be pass registration tests. in addition to the premier. To Figure Crops
ere refused twice to admit established that the program is The teachers work from 8 ship took three portfolios-for.
"When a defendant comes to Negroes. There was no violence not going to end, that the eyes a-m. until noon and again from elm minister, information minIster LAKELAND (AP) Florida
6wiST trial," Ingraham laid, "he as there had been earlier) in the of the world and of the federal 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. In night and minister of economic Citrus Mutual has given the Fed.
.' claims he can't get an Impartial week. government are on the white classes. Their classrooms are in coordination and planning. eral Crops Estimating Service
: jury because of all the publicity.If In St. Petersburg, two persons people of Mississippi." Negro churches, garages and Tshombe chose the strongman some suggestions for Improving
were arrested-one for carrying Edwards said In an Interview sometimes in private homes. of his secessionist regime In lea. its estimates.
a reporter wants a story, he'll
OHHfYlAR( get it one way or another I a sawed off shotgun- t a drive.In Thursday he was "Immensely At Hattlesburg there is a tanga, Godefrold Munongo, as At a Mutual board meeting
P SIC have been quoted on numerous where Negroes and whites had proud" of his son, Leonard, 23, teacher shortage already. Some interior minister. Munongo, who Wednesday executive vice presl.
occasions when I refused to say clashed three nights Twelve per. a law student, for going to Milo 575 students ranging in age once described the United dent Robert W. Rutledge said
' anything." sons awaited trial on charges slsslppl to try to get Negroes from 8 to 82 are registered. An. States as "Africa's greatest the estimating service did a fine
{ growing out of Negro white registered to vote but was "ter. other school has only 15 pupils. enemy," directed police and Job for the three seasons from
\TKECIJR'SLER" fI fights rlbly concerned" for his safety. troops who fought the United 1958 through 1961.
Negroes Integrated four motels "There is a very deep distrust The schools are striving to Nations so bitterly In Tshombe's "But growers, along with oth. r
in of the FBI students In teach subjects and Ideas whicha campaign to make his
St. Augustine but were refused among copper. er factors connected with the
Hoover
FlyingTo at a fifth. They decided the Mississippi project" said COFO spokesman says "are rich province a separate nation. marketing of Florida oranges,
against entering a sixth where Edwards, who was an FBI agent not normally available" to the have experienced economic loss
white segregationists stood in before he joined the Navy in Negro. Comptroller Asks by reason of the federal crop ea.
syOr MississippiOn front Negroes reported they world War H. The students in the 8.12 age, tlmates for the past three sea

were frightened away. i 'They cannot understand why group study reading, writing, For Statement Of sons," he said.
Race Crisis Negroes also entered th..city'; In the. case of the three missing spelling. Negro history and gen.; This season,, Rutledge said,
only indoor theater for the first students (at Philadelphia, eral mathematics n iiJs'( Condition "the final out-turn of Valencia,
WASHINGTON (AP) FBI time.White Miss.) so many hours went by Those older can choose 1 WASHINGTON (AP) The based on known utilization, Is
/ \I'It Director J. Edgar Hoover and Negro Integratl n. with the FBI refusing to become courses from the language arts,> comptroller of the currency today approximately 31 million boxes;
planned to fly to Mississippi to. tote said they twice were refused involved in a rather obvious American history social studies issued a call for a state and five million boxes less than
day to talk with state officials service at Flagler Hospital' kidnaping case." science and math. ment of the condition of all na the May 10 forecast."
CIOAAluNNER about the racial situation.> lunchroom in St. Augustine tlonal banks at the close of He proposed an Industry-sup
t But Informed sources emphasized Lawyers for the Integrationists business on June 30. ported tree census; federal fore.
that the trip did not signal said they would file suit in fed. The Federal Deposit Insur. casts based on both normal and
a new development In the so-far eral court against the hospital, Florida Can Handle Own ance Corporation also Issued a optimum conditions; a summary
fruitless search for three young which admits Negro patients. call for the condition of Insured statement that explains the fig.
civil rights workers who disappeared In Titusvllle, four boys and state banks not members of ures; separate reporting for the
near Philadelphia two girls, all white, were the Federal Reserve System- commercial crop and the home
I lHIPNENT! JUST Miss., June 21. charged with vagrancy after Problem-Bryant To U.S. as of the same date. use crop; comprehensive figures .
AAAIYE OWE'AE All Carrying the prestige of his40 they allegedly roamed the Ne. i The Federal Reserve Issued a for evaluating any Indicated
I PRICES years as head of the Justice De gro district of the neighboring similar call for all banks which adjustment; and examination

3 OYEA partment's investigative arm, town of hums, throwing eggs aI TALLAHASSEE (AP) A Ing the closed-door session Hod. are members of the Federal of the so-called objective meth.
lTOCKEO SLASHED Hoover reportedly has ached houses federal civil rights task force of., gee said the group was in Flor. Reserve System. od of crop estimating.
uled a meeting with Gov. Paul In Tallahassee the law en. fered Florida Gov. Farris Bry. Ida as the last state of a nine.
L Johnson in Jackson. forcement detail was doubled at ant its services today if the state swing of the South, Okla. Senate confirmation of his presl.
Ha also planned to open a new drlve.lns at which Negro-white state ever needs help in solving horn and Indiana. They were dentlal appointment as director Citrus Group
FBI district office in the Missis fighting broke out three nights racial desegregation problems. scheduled to return to Washing of the service, said the servicedid
slppl capital It could In time, this week. Five Negroes faced "not to
Bryant replied that he bellev. ton today. expect go anywhereor
have connection with violations charges with shooting into an oc. ed Florida "in all probabilitycould Hodges said the group madeno do anything where we are not Runs Into Snag
the new Civil Rights Act. cupled automobile at one drive handle its own problem suggestions to Florida about wanted and needed
The FBI, which has refused to in. and we anticipate no difflcul. how to put the civil rights law "This Is not service Imposed On
Advertising
comment on any aspect of its cites..' Into effect. Instead, he saidthey upon the people by Washington.

11 111WE'VE Investigation of the disappear. The task force, which met merely explained what services We are merely acquainting the LAKELAND (AP) -The Flor.
Best indications
of three civil that the
ance the rights are
GOT BIG 18 FOOT, privately with Bryant for 30 were available from the com governors across the nation of Ida Citrus Commission ran Into
FBI
TWO-TON VALUE workers, refused even to con has come up with nothing minutes comprised U. S. Sec. unity relations service section what the service is," he said. formidable opposition today to
firm that Hoover would make significant in Its
THE MODEL Investigation retary of Commerce Luther Hod. of the civil rights law. In describing how the service recent orange Juice advertisingthat
ATA It is not since the burned ut shell of
1 the Mississippi trip. *> the
gee, former Florida Gov. LeRoy He said their duties as being would operate, Collins said re was critical of soft drinks
10U WANT SMALL CAR uncommon for him to drop In station wagon used by the three
former for would from
Collins and TennesseeGov. conciliatory rather than enforce quests help come and other competitive beverag.
,,fie PRICELLd on a field office when an Inves was found shortly after they Buford Ellington. ment of any laws. a mayor, a city commission, or e..
tlgatlon is going on. dropped out of sight. In a news conference follow. Collins, who was awaiting a group of citizens. Ben Oehlert of Orlando, presf.

dent of Minute Maid Co., objected
to the advertising. Min.
ute Maid Is a subsidiary of the
Coca Cola Co.
The commission met to get a
preview of its advertising and
merchandising programs for the
coming season.
NOBODY ,. Oehlert's firm is one of the In.
MATCHES ''' aMI dustry's large processors of fro.

OUR zen orange concentrate and other
TRADE.IN WE'llDEAI citrus drinks.
Oehlert said a half million dol.
All0WANCEg ON TOUR
+ lars is exacted from Minute
Maid for advertising Florida clt.
rus products and a part of it is
LiiiTERM3 used to advertise pure orange
Juice while urging consumersnot
to use drinks which contain
less than 100 per cent orange

Juice.
Oehlert referred to a controls
lion advertisement in the July 11
Issue of Saturday Evening Post.
He said it offended the soft drink
FAST 0 Industry, the Florida sugar Industry .

and retailers and mar.
LOW-INTEREST ket Florida citrus products

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WOOD CHRYSLER Goldwjier or Scranton be the Republican This newspaper is a member of The AsoAP newsmen have been covering presiden plane maximum at takeoff gross weight to of 13,500 the

choice? Or, will the GOP elephant get ciated Press which means that a great team of tial nominating conventions for 116 years. Experience pounds.

PLYMOUTH Inc. behind a dark horse? For the complete and ex AP reporters and photographers will cover the has taught them where to be when it National Airlines opposed

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