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Title: The daily news
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Ar not tNEW Developers May AppealConboy


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The or Suit Decision


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


WARSAW, Poland (AP-A

"little shaping summit"up for the conference celebrationnext is

week of the 20th annlver. The
gime.ary of Poland's Communist re. Goes Against CityDevelopers

The Soviet news agency Tans
reported Monday night that So.
viet Premier Khrushchev would
attend. Warsaw newspapers an. of five Naples waterfront ed at a value far below those and 1S63. Developer-owned Odom's opinion In the mail this
nounced today that President subdivisions stand to be lots owned by private individualseven these two subdivisions are going morning. The opinion dated
Antonio Novotny of Czechoslo. hit in the pocketbouk by Circuit though two lots (one of each onto the City tax roll at full val. yesterday, decreed that the con.
vakia and Walter Ulbrtcht, Judge Archie Odom's decision type) may set side by side" ue this year.Pinkston tracts, and the ordinances under
Communist party chief of East yesterday that invalidated the which the contracts were drawn,
Germany, also would come to "submerged land"' contracts be. SAYS REASSESS said It was not pos.i "are invalid in that the munlcl.
Warsaw. tween the City and land devel. Judge Odom ordered the CIt)i stole to tell this morning how pal corporation (Cityhasneither
oper to reassess property covered I much more money will be added legislative nor constitutional authority .
Under the contracts some dat. by the submerged land contracts,,,,, to the City tax roll by the re- to adopt such ordlnan.
GENEVA (AP-An 85-natlon Ing back to 1935 the City agreed and owned by the developers for assessment. If normal proced. ces.'.
education conference called to to tax subdivision lots owned by the years 1962 and 1963 and ass., urea are followed Pinkston will Then the Judge ordered' the re.
combat Illiteracy collapsed the developers as acreage for a ess such property for tax pur.i pretty much follow the county as. assessment for 1902 1963, and
Monday In a dispute over Portu. period of years or until a cer. poses "as would have been done i sessment. City Attorney David 1904 tax rolls and ordered that
gal's colonial policy. tan percentage of all the lot sin a had said contracts never exist i Splngler said that, because of the back taxes be collected accord.
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Delegations from Africa Asia subdlvlson were sold. After being contracts, the difference in the ingly.
and the Soviet bloc voted to ex. CONGRESS INN OPENING A new 24-unit Congress Inn will sold, a particular lot would He also directed that the"reg., city and county valuations of thebe The City does not plan to inl.
pel Portugal from the meeting. be formally dedicated at the City of Golden Gate Wednesday, July 15, go on the tax rolls at full val. ularly prescribed procedures i, affected lots totaled "several tlate an appeal of the Judge's
AU LatinAmerlcan and Western at 12:30: p.m. Thr modern structure, built by First Florida Resource used to collect any tax that mightbe : hundred thousand dollars. decision Splngler said. He add.
nations except Sweden and Fin. Corporation is one of several building additions to Golden Gate ue.With the contracts, the Judge due under the provisions ol', Pinkston did note that In some ed that the City would Join the de.
land .walked out before the vote. noted in his eight-page opinionon this ruling." City Tax Assessor' instances County Assessor Sam velopers if they decide to appeal
After the vote the U.N. Educational presently undergoing a full-scale construction program following an the two-year-old Conboy vs. Bert Pinkston said this morning:;: Coldlng has been giving "deve. "We are not deeply affected by
Scientific and Cultural intensive land preparation and development campaign by Gulf American City of Naples case, lots owned that contracts still in force Involved , topers' rates" to some of the af. the decision, and they are," he
Organization and the international Land Corporation. Open house will be held at the Congress Inn by the developers| "ate assess. Port Royal Royal liar>, fected lots These rates may not said
Bureau of Education, all day Wednesday. bor, and Oyster Bay Unit S. be much higher, or they may be The derision climaxes a law.
joint organizers of the meeting, - -- .---- Also affected by the Judge's lower, than the City's valuationsof suit filed In the summer of 196:!.
declared the conference over. ruling are lots then owned by the lots under the submerged by Vincent II. Conboy, who pro.
developers in The Moorings Unit land contracts. tested the alleged under-assess
Golden Gate 2 and Aqualane Shores tor 1962 Splngler received JudgeBarry's ment of lots in Port Royal and
CAIRO (AP-The United the other developments In Ms
Arab Republic and Yemen will suit, Conhoy did not protest val
set up a committee to coordl. utitloii of his own property.
nate political and economic poll. Open House Drive Gathers Attacking others' sssessments
cy as a step toward eventual un Instead of his own was a nearly.
unique feature of Conboy's suit
ion.President Gamal Abdel Nasser and marked It 11 an Importantcase
of the U.A.R. and President Tomorrow Strength As Vote NearsSAN however It was to be de \..
Abdullah Al-Sallal of Yemen tided It took more than a yea..J.
signed the agreement Monday for the court to decide rial
night. Egypt has reached a slm. Gulf American Land Corpora. FRANCISCO (AP- nuclear weapons belongs only to Conboy was entitled to std u
liar accord with Iraq and Is tlon will hold an open house at Driving his delegates toward a the President of the United a member of a class of tax.'
negotiating for one with Algeria Golden Gate tomorrow. IncludedIn flrst.ballot nomination, Sen. States." payers in effect representingall
Nasser said in a radio address. the open house will be the Barry Goldwater stopped along An agreement was reached by the property owners In Naples
clubhouse, motel units and model the way today to try to "put my convention officials to spend an ,
Greece homes., dedication ceremony rope" on a few strays. Ha alsobemoaned .hour on this and a proposed The judge cited numerous cas
ATHENS (AP-The will be held
at 12:30 noon.
the damage he thinks
change In the civil
rights plankapproved
fV-Rak government says Jtvhas This includes (Continued O. page \
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a opening a fellow Republicans have done the,
by Qoldwatertdominated
no knowledge of a plot to assas.sin .1'colonial styled community cerW ,w Mm. platform committee.But '\1" 2)"Y..
ate Premier George Pap floc', tr, 24-unlt Congress and six w. -
With no morning session In of
Sen. Hugh Scott
dreou reported by Athens news,>, model homes the Initial phase MODERN COMMUNITY CENTER DEDICATION Featuring recreation the COP Convention, Goldwater Pennsylvania a Scranton back. Plans LegalChallenge

papers.The reports Monday said the 1 of a On multi-million the drawing dollar board pro.and facilities which include a swimming pool and putting green this dropped In on the Oregon delegation er, thought so little of the pros.peels ,
gram.
would-be assassin was arrested scheduled for future constructionare new ranch-style community center at the City of Golden Gate will and told them that Dam. of success that he asked To
ocrats "can do no more damage
recently in Salonika In northern> a restaurant a multistory be formally dedicated Wednesday July 15, at 12:30: p.m. An all-day to me than some Republicanshave for only to 10 denounce minutes to"extrem offer aproposal
Greece, as he was trying to Import ' office building and an 18 hole open house will be held at the community center built by First Flor already done" tats," GOP ConventionNEW
a rifle.GENEVA championship golf course. The ida Resource Corporation. "Republicans," he added The expected platform battle
first nine /holes of the course are "should have discussed the fall. seemed likely to provide about YORK (AP)-A Negro
now being completed. Ing of the Johnson admlnlstra. the last gasp of the Scranton ef. attorney said today he plans to
(AP-The Soviet According to C.E. Jung, director Nixon Has Role tlon, not whether Goldwater fort to head off Goldwater The salt a federal court In San Francisco
Union again rejected today the of planning; "When com. Claim Mikoyan Slated wanted to drop a nuclear Arizona senator claimed BOO to declare the Republican
U.S. proposal for gradual nuclear plated the City of Golden Gate bomb" votes for a flrst-ballot nomlna. National Convention unconstltu.tlonal .
disarmament. will be a modern community de. Of PeacemakerAt The backers of Gov. WilliamW. I tlon Wednesday. He needs only and require a replay of
Soviet Delegate Semyon K. veloped according to a carefully Scranton formed their falter. I 655. the whole affair.
Tsarapkin told the 17-nation disarmament designed master plan which has For Soviet Presidency ConventionSAN Ing stop.Goldwater drive for one Paul Zuber of New York, who
served and will continue to WAY OUT FRONT
talks the American more try to stop the Goldwater was a candidate for the GOP
concept Is unacceptable to Bus.si serve as a guide in providing bandwagon's swift flight toward The latest Associated Press i I presidential nomination In the
for school, church and recreation ,, the presidential nomination. compilation credits<< him with New Hampshire primary said
a and could not serve as i MOSCOW (AP-Anastas L parent, would probably benefit FRANCISCO AAP) -
negotiating basis.Tsarapkin areas as well as commercial" Mikoyan first deputy premier, from such a move. Richard M. Nixon arrives todayat Scranton's backers plan to try 781, If they stick with him, In. lie would file his request for a
Insisted that and shopping centers. is reported to be preparing to the Republican National Convention to hammer three amendments eluding 42 he gobbled up Mon. restraining order Thursday.
planned talks by experts on how move into the Kremlin front of. Brezhnev, 57, Is a member of In the role of a peace. Into the carefully constructed day when Ohio delegates were lie can't do It sooner, he said,
to reduce nuclear weapons car. lice the all-powered Communist maker platform bearing the Arizona released by 00,. James A, because he must be In court In
rlers during disarmament must ReapportionmentTo presidio whose role in Nixon the party's presidential conservative's endorsement. Rhodes to vote for the man of;New York
His appointment to the largely party affairs was greatly en. nominee four Is their choice on the Initial ballot.It Zuber charred that Negroes
be based solely on the two-year Hurt NW Part years ago, ex. It likely will be their last real
old proposal by Soviet Foreign ceremonial post of president of hanced in June 1963 by his II>- pected to appeal for unity when stand before Wednesday night's was generally understood In were systematically excluded
Of the Soviet Union is to be an. polntment to the key Central he the Goldwater that his from delegations from Southern
Minister Andrei A. Gromyko. State Sikes addresses the convention balloting for the presidential camp
nounced this week during the Committee secretariat. Thursday night after the stand. nomination, and they pulled a choice for his v're! presidential slates, and that In some North.
JACKSONVILLE (AP) Sea session of the Soviet Parliament Giving up the presidency ard bearer Is selected. surprise maneuver to try to running mate was Rep, WilliamE. ern stales both whites and Ne
SAIGON South Viet Nam according to unconfirmed would free him from New gross were excluded unless they
retary of State Tom Adams protocol The former vice president has crack Goldwater'i Iron grip on Miller York Roman
(AP)-South Vietnamese gov. the 1965 Legislature pre.diets will reports In Moscow and Cairo. duties to devote full time to been practicing law in New the convention proceedings. Catholic, who heads the Repub. pledged to support Sen. Barry
ernment squads, generally oper. reapportion Itself voluntarily an The shift apparently marking building his position In the party York City since Californians re. Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, R. (lean National Committee, Goldwater of Arizona for the
atlng In stealth at night, have action U. S. Rep. Robert Sikes the final stage of the 68-year-old organization where the vital Jected his bid for governor In Mass., disclosed they had calledon presidential nomination.
begun a campaign of terror thinks will hurt northwest Flor. Bolshevik's public career, was battles for the succession to 1962. one of the party's elder U their actions go unchal.
against Viet Cong officials in Ida. expected to set off a chain reaction Khrushchev will be fought someday Accompanied by his wife, Pat statesman, former Secretary of One Spectator, longed, he said, "the entire Re.
the Mekong River Delta. Reapportionment Sikes said in the Kremlin hierarchy. he lands at San Francisco Inter=State Christian A. Herter, to of 7 Candidates publican party will be indicted" .
Small teams of commandos, Soviet President Leonid Bre- Zuber said he would ask the
national and Scranton forces'
would mean a shift In control of Mlkoyan's move to the presl. Airport then quick Sir the versionof
armed with exact Intelligenceand tho state to the metropolitanareas zhnev, currently touted as dency, if it takes place, will ly begins a round of political a nuclear arms control Show At RallyBATON court to review the convention'sprocedures
daggers, are moving Into of south Florida Premier Khrushchev's heir ap. probably be at his own request. talks. amendment.This under federal laws
Viet Cong hamelts In critical proposal was aimed at ROUGE La. (AP>- which require governmentalbodies
provinces near Saigon assassl. Goldwater's statement that the Only one spectator turned up to extend citizens equal
natlng key Viet Cong leaders Chinese Name North Atlantic Treaty Organization Monday night at a rally by sev. protection of the laws, guaranteed
and by the 14th Amendment to
slipping away commander should have
en candidates for one seat o n
They are leaving calling cards For GoldwaterIs greater sypervlslon over small, the Clly.Part.hCouncll. the Constitution. The conven
on the bodies of their victims tactical nuclear weapons. After waiting 30 minutes, the lion, he said. Is a quaal-govern
an enormous white eye printedon Ko Te Hau It proposed to put the party on candidates called off the rally mental agency. I
a black of Zuber who has been active in
slip paper record as reaffirming "the his. but none of them lost the sup. :
Officials say the Idea Is to TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) torlcal constitutional precept of port of the solitary spectatorHe school desegregation suits In
fight the Viet Cong with VietCong Ever heard of Ko te hud civilian control over the milt Is ineligible to vote In the Englewood N.J., and New Ro
tactics. That's the rendition used In tary." It went on to say that July 25 election clans, N.Y., said he is not an
"Everything depends on exact the Chinese press for Goldwater. "the authority to use America's officer of any civil rights group
and rapid intelligence In pene. The three syllables have no
treeing the Viet Cong secret in.fraatructure particular meaning, although
," a U.S. adviser they could be translated "lance
laid virtue flower." Over-65 Surge Affects Local Economy I



(SPECIAL TO THE NEWS) arty pan of this year, there of their parents, can reasonably
Chamber Announces were in estimated 1,371 men expect to live to 80 or 90-
NEW YORK- "over-e5.." and women In the over-6S ranks, considerably more than the pre-
In Collier County are gaining on based on the national rate of In* sent average."
the rest of the local population. crease. In Collier County the longer I
ChairmenCommittee Their number Is Increasing st This compares with the 1,291 life span U very much In evi
Committee a faster rate than are other age recorded In 1960, when the census dence. The proportion of elders -
groups, taken as a whole. was taken. Of these 748 In the local population U high-
.. Because of their growing size were men and 643 women. er than ever, 8.2 per cent.
chairmen have been mlttee Co-Chalrmeni George and their Improved financial condition In most parIS of the country As for their economic position -
the Greater Vega Smith, Carroll Vega)
head
named to Chamber up of Commerce and Dr. RJU Brashear, M.D. they are becoming more there Is a disparity In favor of although most people over
Naples"Program of Action" for 1964. Industrial Committee .. John? iA and more important as consume the women. Of the 17,600,000 (5 have much less money to spend
65, and committee membership A. Smith, Smlth.Lesher In. ? ers and more Influential, politIcally persons over 65 in the United than do younger people, they do
will be named In the near future, suranre. 9 and otherwise States, 9.800,000 are women and have enough In the aggregate.
It has been announced.The Membership Committee .. Bob M1 w The trend 1s a national one. only 7,800,000 are men. to make their presence felt In
Deacon, No.Rlsk Chemical Co. according to data compiled by BETTER HEALTHThe the market place!
committee chairmen ares Merchants' Committee..Lloyd the Department) of Health,Education Increase In the proper- They are retiring with larger
Agriculture Committee Nor. Easterltng, Song A Story Shop. THE CONTENDERS The Republican national convention now cap. and Welfare In Its recent don of people living to age 65 Incomes than formerly. Since
man Herren, Collier Corpora. Public Utilities Committee .. tuning the headlines from San Francisco, will climax tomorrow with report entitled "Facts on and beyond reflects the great 1948, It U shown the median
lion.C John R. Wood, John R, Wad. the roll call of state to nominate a GOP presidential candidate. Chief notes that some Aging"ix advance In medicine and Inpub- Income of older families In
Beach Erosion Committee .. Assoc. hope of Governor William Scranton left is a split in the Goldwater of
er persons have been added to lie health in the last few de terms current dollar, has
) Miles Scofield, Marathon Dredg. Kuperberg Tourism, Caribbean Committee Gardens.- Joel force developing from expected floor fight on party platform. Senator the population since 1960. The caries gone up about 29 per cent
r Harry Goldwater, right to have the nomination locked and The result U that the
inl.By.La.S Tom Tread. Transportation Committee appears up, Increase their number amountsto The American Medical As* competition -
well, attorney Review at law.- Don T. Jones. w.Rot Smith realtor the prediction of most expert is he will win his party' nod on the 6.2 per cent loclatlon states that "today's for their business U being ,

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C 2 COLLIER COl'NTY NEWS Tuesday. July Ie, 1861

At The ConvenliSMN

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Alligator Alley Holds

FRANCISCO (AP)- ble party positions or attach Hoover Asks
h, ? Ntr flickers of Pennsylvania Gov. themselves to GOP candidates.
U\ llli am W Scranton reach to. Goldwater has declined to dlsa

Commission da 1 1111 broader pan support vow the support of Birch memo GOP To Draft
Spotlightn 1111 three platform issues in a bers, and the platform commit.

1 vii ucgle to keep alive his bid for tee rejected any plank on extremism Short PlatformSAN

tlio) GOP presidential nomlna .
Road building continues tube an start evaluating, ImnvdlatcU.The tllln There were reports the Scranton *

Important Item ol discussion at Commission (md anticipated e They were trying to start a strategists might delete the FRANCISCO ,AP

County Commission meetings this action because certain small: ,nventlon floor fight on the specific reference to the John Herbert Hoover had shown
n with Alligator Alle\ taking top property holders will be damaged p u platform In hope it would Birch Society. at ever Republican Natl'
r- priority In the discussions. when the highway crosses their 1, molt away some of the massivestrength The Scranton amendment on Convention since the lilli' I'

el County Engineer: Harmon property. that has accumulated nuclear weapons is aimed at nominated him for preSI'ltt,]],
Turner In a progress reporton Engineering plans for the highway 1' beiund Sen Barr Goldwater of170na. Goldwater's statements that it 1928.
at) < the cross-state hlghwa\this will be available when the \\ might be desirable to give some Four year ago he arose '
morning's) meeting said that about $17,000,000 bonds are reads for The Scranton forces filed leewa to the supreme military told delegates he never wp'
S.t 70 per cent of the rlghts.of.way sale, Turner reported. ee't three major amendments to the commander of North; Atlantic show up again "No, no.' tl

j had been deeded to the county # platform, which was written by' Treaty Organization forces in cried
.tn or about 1,500 to 1,800 acres the of small tac. 90 next month,
OTHER ROADS ..y | a smmlttee under firm control use relatively But Hoover
II Since last week's report, he 1 ,"i Goldwater simpathtzers. tical atomic weapons Under not showing up at the 19C4 ,
: Continuing discussion
of
said other
negotiations with Lee Tidewater road building projects Turner The will try' to force votes on present law and policy, no vent Ion.
,
Cypress Co. were con. these atomic of sort maybe The former president sent
br reported that the Manatee late today when the state. weapon any
i tlnued and It appeared| a deed fora Fruit of employed without specific to the delegates
ment part positions comes message "
It stretch of six or seven miles Co. had withdrawn previous requests I before the rank and file dele. authorization of the president.The 111 Monday' night In his Wai dot
across porperty owned by the, for certain drainage requtrements ; gates. The subjects are civil amendment would rear Astoria suite In New \o

0' company will be filed In the very, before granting i fights, control of nuclear weap. firm "the historic constitutional watched television to see tI
righls of.way for the north leg
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ur near future /He said negotiationswith : ons and political extremism precept of civilian control over si l>t'el'h read for him.
of the Pulling Road and advls-
it another land owner were The language proposed the military and declare that Senate Republican Lea tie
.. ;nearing completion and the add ed the county attorney to drawa i showed a willingness to give "the authority to use America's Everett M. Dirksen with all th
deed
contract suitable to the
It ion
(3 ,two land of righus-ot.wayfrom will these'. Commission and the State Road .. n. _ w ... .. _ 1 some ground on the wording, nuclear weapons belongs only to flemishes and mellow tones this
t! owners hrlng at.qulsltlons hoping to win over Republicansnot the president of the United ommand, read the spec
Department. A number of wells
up to about 80 percent .
States ,
unalterably committed to.Ithe to the delegites ind prefacedwith
of what Is needed to build the and canals will have to be re. NEA< Telephoto
er of the mater contenders a tribute to 'the gland oman ,
highway established when the road Is CRASH IS\'ESTICiATtU-Army: rescue workers stand amid the charred debris of the
.1'.b For example, the proposedcivil of the Grand Old Party
Turner reported there were a built, and the company seeks redress United Airlines Viscount which crashed near Newport, Tenn. Investigation teams are rights amendment does not Air Clearing Dirksen 1.lldlooVPI had been

., number of owners who had Indl. for this damage. Attorney (searching for clues in an attempt to establish the cause. contain the flat declaration that unfairly criticized, for It was hi
cated right s. will not he James R, Adams was advts-
way
ed the civil rights law is constitutional fate lo be In the White HOUE,
to
deeded, and the Commissionvoted proceed with contract draw. Today In Foggy
..f.C ings. a statement for which when the depression began ir
to appoint an appraiser to veloper to get the roads
In still | comple. Hold Pre-Trial Conboy Scranton long contended. It does 1929.
another discussion .
8'1 roads, B.W. Morris, developerof on i ted speak of constitutional rights San Francisco "No public ofildal In our
and calls for a number of meas. times has been so castigated because
$197,422 In State Coconut River Subdivision, was Confab (Continued from page 1) SU FRANCISCO AP-
granted a two FORESTRY CHARTERSIn Today In urea, such as strengthening the ( of economic forces generated
Funds Released To completion bond-year extension ofa other county business the es in supporting his opinion, In. Justice Department's civil Things are clearing up in loff outside the country. ova
Insuring roads eluding several Florida cases and I rights branch, cutting the San Francisco, which he had no control Dirk,
in the subdivision Florida Forest Service was ,
NY Fair Pavilion granted permit to locate a trail. Primary Contest ones In Massachusetts and Vir. congressional representation of The Republican National Convention sell said
Attorney Robert McDaniel, re. He began by noting that the states that deny citizens the whit'h appiientl\ for
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The presenting Morris, reviewed for er Radio on the headquarters site along TALLAHASSEE (AP) Leon City and various developers have vote and pressing for state leg. Barry Goldwater of \tl7oiu, Then Dlrksen told the ron ven.tlOII .

Cabinet appropriated $197,422 commissioners previous agreements Road on a temporary basis. County Circuit Judge Hugh Tay. acted under the submerged land I Islatlon in behalf of civil rights. has now been ke\noted In Go\ :

today for the Florida Pavilion between the developer and Thomas A. Smith, assistant lor scheduled a third pretrial contracts "since as early as 19 34 Goldwater, who voted against Mark 0. Hatfleld of Ot'l'ltllll. "The grand old nun of theGt'otlld

It at the Hew York World's Fair former County Commissions, 'i district forester, told the com conference for today In the at. without objection, until the pre. the act, questioned constltu whose state delegation Is still Old t Part Is listening to

which reportedly ii suffering dating back to the late 1950's. i mlssloneri It was necessary to torney general's attack upon tent suit was filed to contest: tlonallty of two of Its key provi. committed to Gov Nelson A, to this program What better way:

poor attendance. According to the review pruent.ed have a ranger at the headquarters what he called voting Irregular. the validation of said contracts" lions, but' he promised to en. Rockefeller of New York who Is eslilllr.ite his splilt than to

.Q6 Gov. Farris Bryant went to the building of SR 858 In the :24 hours of the day, and at the itles In the May 5 first primary. The question before the court, force the law as president now for Gov William W. Scranton give him on ovation to lengthen
10 New York last week and met late EO's changed the drainage :]present living quarters had not Atty. Gen. James Kynes said the Judge said, was this "Doesa The committee voted a plank, of Pennsylvania, who units his spin" of tears Let Mm hear
.rn with fair officials to try to in. pattern In the subdivision and da. I Imaged been completed. In his petition that irregularities municipality have the authority condemned by Scranton and to debate Goldwater, who wants you
tatin crease attendance at the Florida considerably the roads in the election In Alachua and to enter Into a contract with a others as inadequate, promising to debate Lyndon B. Johnson Hoover then lie,,net .1 IOIIR.
Pavilion and to sew why the Morris had under construction. Smith said completion date of Levy counties cost him the developer whereby the city implementation and execution who wants to debate the Soi'M\ loin outburst from the "onvon.tlon. .

operation was not making Former commissioners working buildings at the headquarters Is Democratic nomination for at. agrees to assess property at a of the law, Scranton said execu. for the Prevention of Ctiteltv to The delegates! cheered,

ew money. with Morris agreed to delay com. scheduled to fall within a 90.day torney general low value for a period of years 1 tlon might mean no more than Animals, which is politically wived stale banners, Tile, baud
.'t After Ml trip, Bryant said the pletlon of roads until the drain. period, but advised that rain He lost the statewide race by provided the developer make 1 signing 1t.Another neutral at a time when publish played "stanford lied/ ,' the
farru state exhibit was not losing age problem had been solved and forest fires could delay pro.' 599 votes to Rep. Earl Fair. certain Improvements thereon? amendment would er Henry Lure, they saIs for song( of the university Hoovoi

: money. Development Commission At this gress as forest service employ.> cloth of Dade County This court answers this questionIn put the party on record as repu. Scranton while Clue Booth attended
Chairman WendeU Jarrard morning's meeting Me ees are doing most of the con. the negative." Luce. his wife, Is ienl| for ,
11' Daniel pointed out that eVl'ntual.Iy Kynes said 4,472 voters In dialing "the efforts of Irrespon. In his mess-ipe the delegates
ml said attendance at the Florida Gulf American Land structlon work.Commissioners. Alachua County's first primarywere He said that he found "no authority sible, extremist groups, such as nnidwtter. Hoover said Hi,it Icepiibll.
exhibit was off and ,that the lion's canals Corpora. registered Improperly, either In the charter of the John Birch Society and oth. Alt Landau hasn't been beard cans need something bili-lei
.vt.U state was running the operationIn blem when will solve the pro. studied aworkprogress thereby nullifying their votes. the city or In the general law i ers" to try Infiltrate responsl. from, and Tom Dewey Is too than a platloim that "icqulit-s
the red. fully completed. Me. report on Golden Gate He asked Judge Taylor to throw of this state which would give busy with his law practice In eight 01 nine columns ol news
fNf; At the request of the com mis. Daniel was supported In the claim City, presented by Engineers out Alachua County's vote and the city authority to enter Into New York to make the San paper type to expl,iln Itseli.1"Tlie '
by
ion the Cabinet to Attorney G.E. Toby Carroll, Tom Weber and Joe Lynch. At. such Involved Francisco convention, which is
n. agreed re.lease give him the nomination. a contract as In people need to know
representing Gulf American Land torney Carroll was also pre. this really In Daly City Calif. but
from the elate general litigation. onilusliniH .
Corp. sent at the time the In the Levy County voting, Find Body Of your on pnlilli ques.tiole
report was Dwight D. Eisenhower the neutral
Hind $160,462 for general ex. Kynes attacked absentee voting. Judge Odom noted that "there ," Hoover said, "but their
ulno.b, pees and $30,900 for personal The Commission voted a two. made. The report covered workon la no question In tile case ex. television commentator! presentation does not lequiie
serves year extension of bond follow weirs, canals, and streets In setting three pretrial con.1 cept that the city acted In good did, and he says he ian't remember more than two columns Even

'.,"i The Cabinet also appropriated ing McDaniel'.historical review, Bud Kirk who is seeking a ferencea,. Judge Taylor said he 1 faith" In entering into the con Second whether it was In pub. the Bill of Rights requires not
1011W $242,047 today for flood control and to rescind a motion made at garbage disposal franchise on wanted to get as much evidence 1 tracts. "But good Intentions must Negro lie or private that he called mote thin one, (column"

', in the. Central and Southern last Tuesday's meeting to Int. Marco Island, appeared at this as possible: into the record so 1 come within constitutional or sta Goldwater Impulsive. Hoover then proposed| .1 short
Control District. the trial would run smoothly, tutory of else Katfleld, a lean, dl'JII"'lIt
88"ai' Florida Flood tlate legal action against the de.PIANQJNSTRMttJQN morning's meeting and was ad. grants authority, i platform, including these sini.
vised to file a written application Additionally, he said, he could we, become a government of man In 'Old River' young man, wore the television ]pie planks
ed for the' franchise; get a leter'trom' reach a decision In: the case V*"Bother, than a government of law." make.up which couldn't hide his 1. "The mijnr world Issue today .
'' Marco'Island DevietnpmenfCerp n fore nit "went 'to-t ial'srg1.he.'1' On.oi.' ,h"farlW1len'i IjH the Ivy League ,look from this For It whether, covet'lining

;; : a' \v'stating the firm(."Yap(.12 (ho,,4y4tewie( 1AI4jRlrgls l cix.,9Mi4ftvclgp9cJ( ( fgRe&qn" TALLULAH, La. (AP- West convention\ ,, but they .t|" ihalf Ill'I the sorvint' or themaster
911no. 1 Certified Member MTNA & DMTNABt'lnn.r. will work with Kirk in locating ord In, case of an appeal.! Bracts ,was (hat ;it stimulated Federal, state and local Investigators plauded him, a11tway. Esgieclil.ly of men."
I. development. of IDwJylRlllWamDo continued to when he jumiied on the Ku
probe a
"J to Collrne Preparatory a suitable dump and finally he 2. "The protection of our I ice.
.
Downtown Studio was asked to state a suitable time land, .which'by breeding mosiquitoes muddy offshoot of the Mlsslssip. Klux Klan, the John Birch Soclety dom requites that bndgpti! lie
: Ann VVeimer Phone MI 24197 for a public hearing on the fran> constituted a health ha.pi] River today after the dlscov and the Communist party bal,mi'ed, waste In government

lIaelt' chise request, card The Judge,,countered this ery of portions of a body. A delegate who might havewaited be eliminated, and tixes I lie ie.dmed. .
Kirk agreed to comply with the by saying The almost, unrecognizable to applaud one attack ."
requests. He also advised the and not the others found himself
"Any public
benefit arising
10'ek ]lower portion of a body was 3. "Human values transcend
Commission that he would like to because all three tar.
'ORI helpless
from the contracts In question )found Monday near the surfaceof 'all 01 he 1'5."
ernetr extend the"tranchise right to the Is only Incidental. If low land Old River about 17 miles gets were bracketed In one sen.

Isles at, Capri when a bridge or was a health hazard In this part i south of this northeast Loulsl tence.
.e1 causeway ts'Constructed to short. of Florida, then we have mil. ,ana town. They 'all applauded Hatfield
en travel distance. when he cast suspicion on the Another 'First'For
lions of misinformed tourists.
dalSat; The body was taken to the
KING He commented that the "prime)University of Mississippi Medl. musical tastes of an unnamed The CountyCounty
O'LAWNEDGERS family from Texas.
benefit the public will receive cal Center at Jackson, Miss., "
.1C from these contracts Is a tact where a torso found the pre. "You cannot, he said, Tax Assessor Sam
.13 STOPATTHISSIGN that more waterfront property vlous day had been tentatively "sweep a hi.ft set under the rug Coldlng reported today that
and expect the bulge not to
elt will be available for re slden.identified as a former student at another "first" In the history of
iiiIY AND SAVE ON Improvements, thus increas.ing .all-Negro Alcorn A&M Collegeat show. Collier recorded
County was
Sen. Everett McKinley Dirk.
the size of the tax roll .
ap.prfclably Lorman MIlS.
VACATIONEXPENSES I ," sell of Illinois, clearly the most when he entered on the assess
of the first body
Discovery dramatic mailman In the oun. ment roll a homestead exemption
Spingler said that In some touched off speculation that it
be'.w try, delivered a letter from Her. on a Seminole Indian chlckec.
.
cases developers have about exhausted
might be one of the three civil
.w.n bert Hoover In New York. The The claim for the homestead
the tax benefits they re. ,rights workers who mysterious
04'ht ARE RUGGED and DEPENDABLE celved under the land contracts, {ly dropped out of sight June 21 former to president asked short the del. exemption was made by Corey
egates adopt[> a plat.
either by selll--g the land or run. ,near Philadelphia, Miss. Osceola who about one year ago
form. The 're not likely to. Ask.
)
Sit nlng out the allotted time. Effects found on the first body became the second Seminole to
ing politicians to keep anything
Jn de1111'E= were traced to Charles Moore, a short, except| their memory, Is acquire property In the county,
.br Meadville, Miss, Negro whose like asking Jayne Mansfield to and since then has built his

..i11to $ INFORMgFION HERE Sheriff !family said he had left home on give updecolletage. chlckee home on the South
95 Reports May 20 to go to Louisiana to Dirksen turned the proceed. Trail

Sdltd: PRO-TRIM 82 seek work bags over to two actors named
3 Break Cases i Police sources at Jackson said '
Lloyd Nolan and Victor Jor).
..r
Monday night the second body Alternating at the microphone Release List Of
nr..w believed to be that of Henry
Sheriff was
\r E. A. Doug Hendr> they gave a dramatic reading In
office reported three cases of I Dees, another Meadville Negro Sports Equipment
Award winning model 1 for 6115!! which they quoted American pa.
'l breaking and. entering over who disappeared about two trials all the from Ben
.0n. with edger features never seen be. way Subject To Tax
the weekend at various business.es ., i months ago.Madison Franklin to TeeM Roosevelt to
fore!
fur in East Naples. Parish Sheriff W. M. DwIght Eisenhower, ending In a TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
SW1xe Cigarettes, transistor radios, !Seaman discovered the second thumping crtsc'tndo-"and that Florida Revenue Commission re.
Golden I Gate; Guest and an undetermined amount of I body on the Mississippi state leased today a list of sporting
All roller bearing tutting head mandrel . safety clutch Is our Fall to greatness!I" As a
.. from side of the sluggish channel under the 5
groceries were taken the equipment falling
dramatic vehicle the criticfrom
. curb :
.
riding attachment dual front wheels l Wide the main
which was
once levied
Food Dank on the east Trail. Variety thought It needed per cent wholesale tax by
tread tires for easier turf rolling Full ball bearing steel Entrance was gained when the 1 branch of the restless Mtsslssip. more work out of town.SVX the 1963 Legislature.Under .
wheels . and the famous 2 horsepower Brlggs & Strit- \\ ,', '., thieves cut a hole in the roof, I pi. It now Is a loop with little commission regula(

ton recoil engine. sill the sheriff said.Bartender current except during high wa. FRANCISCO (AP-Sev. lions, the tax Is collected at the
Curtis Hill at the41 ter enty foreign representatives and wholesale level on sales of equip

Drive-In on the east Trail told I Both corpses bore remnants diplomats have ome to observethe ment used In fishing, hunting,

'1 I sheriffs officers he was drugged I of clothing. The feet of the first Republican National Con. campingswlmmlng and diving,

G, GJ'" G., ,' late Sunday night, and when he, were bound with rope. A similar ventlon. unless specifically exempted.
woke up in the morning, $102! rope was wrapped around the

t was missing from the office and I second torso.
fc EDGER$6995Junior FREE GASOLINE S91 from the cash register. The '

JR. FREE FLORIDA ORANGES latter, which had been taken out.
side the building, still contained
'4ry l FREE TRADING STAMPS change. U.S. Keeping Eye

:Nothing was taken from the On Manuel Ray
FREE FISHING Borden milk warehouse off Davis
Ii named after the Old Pro HA T ,NP TACKi Blvd Gene vvfl'Uamson, Borden i MIAMI (AP) The Herald

/ ',r" '; and Is equipped le do a similar FREE AUTO TOUR employee, discovered that some said today that Cuban exile

'Job! iI t EIt'ANiw one had broken into the building leader Manuel Ray, arrested bj
I rA before 3:43 am. Monday b>' British authorities in the Ba. ,
Edges S feet prr second Ball bearing held mandril . FREE PRIVATE breaking a Jalousie. The empty hamas last month en route to b h

blade, cutch equipped. Ball bearing steel wheels with PLANE RIDE cash register had been pried Cuba, was stopped several rA

7'/i i 1.71" semi-pneumatie tlrti. Grease fittings through open, times In recent days by U.S. ,

cut Equipped with 2 horsepower Briggs & Stratton recoil authorities in the Florida Kejs.
engine! The newspaper said two boats
DeGaulle Marks occupied by Ray and his party

A food edger Is nc*...ry for a welgromed lawn. W* were searched by customs and

Invite, your Inspection of these model! YELLOWAND Bastille Day Coast released Guard when authorities apparently,no then 11.

PARIS"p(( President: legal weapons were found.
BLUE Charles de Caullt, erect and I A spokesman for Revolution.ary .

boo looking fit, today 14:! off the Junta, Ra>"' anti Castro GETTING LINED UP for inspection by Shelter
SIGN start of Bastille Pay celebra. group, said he had no inform
Manager John Wilson are these three
PqR DETAILS! Lions with a military review be. lion about the detentions. playful pup-
CORBIN LINDABURYGARDEN I pies and their independent friend who all hold
fore thousands lining the i Ray had promised to be in*
Champs ElyseesCelebrations side Cuba by May 20 to rebuild the title of "Animals of the Day" at the Humane

commemorating; the anti Castro underground Society's shelter. Described as ll'j months old,

I CENTER GULF AMERICAN the 175th anniversary of the i After his arrest in the Bahamas mixed breed and small, they are ahort-halred

( LAND CORPORATIONPCVClOf storming of the Bastlll*-tht i he said he would try again soon (two tan with white one black with white, and J

Gallic version of America'sFourth i to get In. one brown with black markings) These
410 Tenth Si 5 uthlehinj Phene Ml 2-2440 of Julyrtll pups are v
CM Of UK CMMAN continue just a feof many in need of loving homes, and '
CfttrUtWhiy Open 7:30 ,m. to 5:30 p.mMtWay (MIIM MTl Into the night, with special theater .
larrrplighfer I1UII* presentations, fireworks and The crawfish often U called may be seen at the shelter between 12 and 3 p.m.

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Tuesday, July U, 1)11 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3' ....

Special Events
4.7
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ys Bonita ) Scheduled For Handicap Tourney


YOJN't By RAE WEAR w ,1r Shuffler DanceThe

*rlr Planned By Local
Grause Sunshine Shufflers will
Bonita Springs American Sweeney McLaughlin
square dance next Saturday even-
i and Miss Elsie Cochran.
Legion prior to the
Auxiliary
Ing at their club rooms In the
regular business routine con- "WE CARE" Chlumsky Building. 950 Central Duplicate Players

ducted a memorial Service In tri- The Cancer Dressing Sewing Avenue at 8 o'clock. A Full attendance -

bute to the late Mrs. Gertrude Group ("We Care") will! hold Is expected as special cocks--father and son-from
Bellendorf who passed suddenly BY CJ. McMURRY
away their monthly get-together Wednesday events are scheduled Including
Fort Myers topping at 129-1/2
In Nebraska on June 26, July 22, beginning at rehearsals for features for the Some 2,500 years ago, Confu points. The Louts rahams came
and was laid to rest In Arlington All ladles of the cius Is reputed to have saidno
9:30 a.m. dance on the following Saturday the
National Cemetery on July community who can, are urgedto r r July 25. Lloyd Hill will call. ( confirmation available) along nicely at for 119 against 24 boards
of 98 the
1. President Mrs. Ethel Crltean and help. a sandwich ] of "Sparking of new Idea may originate average
Bring the 25th
come On George Hales played. That is s.620
percentage
gave an appropriate reading and needle thread scissorsand Hialeah will be the featured bomb explosion Hepos-

cited many accomplishments and ruler--coffee win be served, : caller. Hales is bringing four slbly had In mind the type of game

services rendered by the late United In effort, all the local i sets of dancers with him to thoughts of several (three to be 108-1A The George the louis Smiths Irlons were of third Fort,
!
member, churches and their personnel will qualify for Knotheads and the exact) members of the Naples
5 also beat with
Chaplain Mrs. Williams Club and the Myers average
Mary again this year be a pan of a Shufflers are planning on anotherof Duplicate Bridge their 98
lighted the memorial candle on two-week Bible School. It will! their 4 p.m. to 3 a.m. af- vagaries of their Imaginative East-West of 84 found
the altar while soft and con- 13 from I r processes. average
begin Monday. July % fairs with outdoor dancing from
the Charles Stinnetts first
D. ,
tinuous background music was until 11:30 The feature It Is reputed on good authorIty -
8:30 a.m. a.m. con- 8 to 11. though, from
furnished by Mrs. Pittman who tinuing for two weeks Monday > y will! be a Yellow Rock dance of the writer (one of the time guests Lexington Ky,
rendered In "The Lord's three that the other invol- having a beautiful top at 110
two
song )
through Friday. Friday night and after party starting at 12:3C
points. Ye scribe and his frsu
Prayer Memorial books were ved In these
deep cogitations.
July 24, there will be the commencement .m.
given to all members. Taps Dan and Vie thanks to expert demonstrationsby
.
exercises at which "Yellow Rock"Is a joke among Burglund Pennywlrt
were sounded Master Peter feel that the risk of the latter, placed at 102-1/2.
by there will be a program of Bible Florida Square dancers and the a big explosion
Quinn on his bugle. stories and songs. Then there ,., Shufflers are using It for the Is justified by the possibilities Mrs. AJ. Sylvester P.c.Jones
3rd 86-1/2. The
Following notice of her death will be a resume of the handi- 1,000 FEET of names on a petition urging the government to create a theme of what they hope to be for extreme delecta- 4th|- 84.Another. Pennywltts

a red poppy memorial wreathwas work done by the students for public park out of the Faknhntchcc Strand that's the aim of the one of the most unusual par- tion by many of our members.The first time Mrs.

placed on the door of the the two weeks participated! In by Junior Women's Clubs in( the state of Florida Yesterday, Mayor Archie ties they have had. The dan- onus Idea will Is be on all threeIf Esther Anderson guest Cleveland
home until after the funeral. the bu:
ages three through 16. Turner became the first to sign the petition which will be circulated cers will wear little yellow rocks necrophllc.
Appreciation was expressed to Each day will bring assembly locally Looking on arc Mis Jerry Sitta local club chairman of the suspended from their club badges far be It from us to be pusillanimous ed.
all who and made .
participated Bible study handiwork and a refreshment Ben Parks who is heading the which they will keep as touve-
this service possible Conservation Committee ((1)I), and 1 Mis. The Idea? A handicap tourna- Next game Friday July 17.
period too. project Over 5,000 JWC members in the state will participate in the nlers of the event. A number ol"stunts" 7(30 p.m. check-In time. Woman's
Mesdames Crltean and Connie ment for the benefit of the
The school will In the many
convene drive for petitioner Mrs. Sittn announced members of the local club are being planned Involving Club the arena. All are
faithful
Evans named and
were by a quorumof First Baptist Church building the Yellow Rock Idea, some of the best natured -
the board to replace the late adjacent to the new church. will have a spot on Fifth Avenue where Neapolitans can add their namesto The club held their July meetIng of our members whose unfortunate welcome.

Mrs. Bellendorf and Mrs Jean the petition. (NEWS photo) Monday evening with Ray holdings or other circumstances

Hogue who has resigned.Four GUIDED TOUR Chappell presiding. In the absence have prevented them

new members were extended The Koreshan State Park In I of Marge Shafer due to from scoring to their desires. Drama LackingIn

a hearty welcome. Theyare Estero was the scene of a guided Herron Illness. Lucy Shanabarger act- The handicap basis? Tentatively -
Mesdames Dot Shafer Mar- ooJlanJ 60 cent of the difference Phase Of
tour on Thursday for a group < WS ed as secretary. An amendmentto per TV
garet Gouge Hettie Gayleard and from the Bonita Springs Women's Funeral services for Thomas the by-laws was passed per- between a team's aver-

Virginia Morgan. Club Inc. An Interesting talk BY KATHERINE KIRK Feeder Herron who died Satur, mining the club to elect honor- age percentage scores and that GOP ConventionBy
This year's Girl Stater Miss was given by their director Miss day while working on a drag line ary members. Following the of the top percentage team participating. -

Ellen Hertzog gave a most Interesting Hedwlg Michel who was ably assisted Fishing at Marco Island this 1 8 pound red and several sea o'rlork near Naples will be held at 2:30 ,business meeting the members Team handicaps will BOB THOMAS

report on her trip to by Mrs. Evelyn Home week la In the news. bass. from the First Wednesday Church afternoon of God In danced two tips to the calling be based on the average of the HOLLYWOOD (AP) Rep
Tallahassee. with Capt. John Ste.phens Fishing with Capt Phil Sim.mons Individual handicaps where a
The trip through the gardens Fishing La Belle. of Hill William E. Miller chairman of
Committees appointed for this was fantastic real school in were Mr. Smith and his was Dick Gouldlng and party Reverend WD. Collins, Lake player has a partner with a dif- the Republican National Com

year Include: press book. Miss botany--and then through the art guests from NashvlUe.Tenn.Theycaught from the Buccaneer Naples. Placid, Reverend Paul Sir**,pa*. ferent handicap. Many husbandsand mlttee, threw out the first
Virginia Middleton! child welfare 12 redflsh 2 snook and 8.napper.and Using light spinning equipment wives have deviated from cliche at 10t3S( a.m.1
building. the luncheonwas LaBelle I church
Finally tor of the and
2 I Iredflsh e ,
Mr. and Mrs.George they landed 2 snook trout .
strict with result- "Will the sergeant ai arms
Mrs. Pat Watkins! legislative partnership
served In the Indian Hutch Rev Gordon Howeof Fort Myers, Wildlife
1 several jacks 4-H CampTo
Calote of Los Angeles, Calif ray plus
Marlon Gulder music please clear the aisle *o we
Mrs.
; with Its thatched roof which madea 8 snook and will take part In the cervlce. Ing varying percentages. Players
Mrs. Edith Hullock membership real south Florida setting. This They and 9 snapper.boated 6 redflsh Guests snapper.at the Tides Motel wen Interment wl'l' be In the Fort Draw 100 Boys may choose any partners they may And commence*o the political our bulne7"pageant

Mrs. Evans; poppy day was Intermingled with tropical Capt. Hank Keith had Guy Black Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Sears c4 Denaud Cemetery. so desire began at the Cow Palace in San
Mrs.Jo Anne Youngblood; council delicacies. The door prizes for two days Ashing. Guy caught Largo Fla. They caught 6 snook. He Is survived by his widow, From Over State The time? 2 pjn. to 630 Francisco Television viewers

of clubs delegate. Mrs. Bea were awarded to Mrs. Gertha 3 large snort the first day and weighing from 8 to 17 pounds Mrs Ella Mae Bryant Herron a GAINESVILLE .. The 29th An, p.m. probably Sunday August 2. started to savor the timeworn

Allandj publicity Mrs. Vae Kid- Voight and Mrs. Fern Grause. brought 5 to gaff on the next day. using live shrimp and fishing daughter sister Carole of Wolfe of La.Belle nual 4.H Wildlife Camp August: Place.-a palace to be later determined. phrase that are hauled out .".

Others attending were Mesdames Capt. George Teany had as his from the beach. The next day; a Shreveport. 3.8 at 4.H Camp McQitrrle 1 In I Palace In this case cry four year
well.Others La. and several niece and
attending were Mes- Ethel Bennett Peggy Thomas guests Mr. Ferrell and his bro- they missed their goal by 2 snook. nephew the Ocala National Forest will I i being defined as a comfortableroom ] Sen. Carl T. Curtis of Nebra

dames Mary Reahard Jo Hash- Bette Brugge Odella ther from Miami who landed 8 but picked up a bit on the size Herron* the and attract more than 100 teenage of adequate size with air- ka was the first to offer the)
Markoff was owner
big snook Mr. and Mrs. Frank caught e snook weighing boys from all over Florida. both surefire "We hereto
barge, Florence Stark and Bea Marie Braun Edith Cook Caro- ;; They: operator of the drag line He conditioning to moderate chestnut are
Muar of Immokalee who landed from.7 to 18 pounds.The Grant Godwin associate stat and nominate the next president
Petersen. temperament.
temperature
line Mezger Betty Schearer 4 large snook; and Mr. Eppersonof young people of Goodland was a member of the LaBelleLions 4.I! Club work and have an In., Participant requirements a of the United State"
Club and of the
Church
Mildred Rlggs Frankie Frederick Miami and Mr. Williamson of spent the afternoon at the beach, tereat In forestry conservation minimum of five this Cliche plied on cliche a* the
FISHING TRIP Ollie Seller and Misses Ruth Hollywood who caught 2 snook, where they enjoyed swimmlni of God. safety and wildlife.Dr. games year Republican National Convention
-
dollarperpt.yer
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Botsford, Banker Hazel Drew and Peggy and a picnic lunch. The children M.O. Watkins, director 01 by a club member plus a went about the business of getting .
admission fee.
former Bonita residentsnoW Poehner. had a good time the 4th when the Florida Agricultural Extenalon organized. Fortunately for
Springs with Jehovah's Witness Mrs. Anderson and several of the EvansEarl Service, aald "This la avery The prize--possession of? a the television viewers thoughnot
ANNIVERSARY
of Jacksonville TWENTY-SIXTH
along women here sponsored a eel. special encampment de., hugeer- er- cup of adequatesize for the speaker, the three
Mr. andMrs.A.A.Heney.enJoy-] Celebrations of any type or Group Holds Meet! bration picnic and party for them., Linwood Evans 53, a signed for teenagers who have on which will be names of networks roved their cameras
ed the past weekend In Key Largoat kind are worthy of mention--to They planned the party and furn.Ished drag line operator for the E. demonstrated an Interest in anda winners. of the Naples Duplicate about the 'Cow Palace and the

the Henley cottage. The Henley this end we want to congratulatethe .At JacksonvilleJehovah's most I of the food them and I. Inc., working on the new desire for a better understand. t $ gill club }tt-.pcl1cap:1oun! beehive, hotel of San FranciscoIn I
boat went along and provided War-fields, George and Witnesses 12,071 serve; Mr*. Ralph' Weeks end Marco development was found Ing of our natural surrounding!,, ment possession to-pertain until March of more vital copy.

transportation for an exciting Gussle who on July 4th held strong from Florida and Georgia Mrs. Wlnn Baldwin helped with dead in his home at Marco yesterday to appreciate nature, understand the next such tournament The pickings were lean. There
,
fishing trip around the Keys. open house In celebration of their assembled In Jacksonville Sun. the food and furnished transpor. conservation and make win when the cup will again possiblygo was much ado about the letter

Mrs. C.A. Frances is ser- 26th wedding anniversary. Theyare day to hear Joseph Sala, dls. tatlon. Funeral arrangements are use of natural resources Is one through the agony of moving which Gov. William W. Scrantonsent
iously ill at her home on Pul- the owner-operators of the trlct minister speak on "Peace Ken Vogstad Is spending his pending at the Earl G. Hodges of the objectives of Extension'syouth Its home. to Sen. Barry Goldwater.
len Avenue due to a fall which Empire Court at the north end Among Men of Good Will or Ar.mareddon.Whlch7" vacation at the Naples Commun.ity Funeral Chapel word program In 4.H". Don make Scranton appeared on all
broken and for Hospitalmuch to hls sorrow,. awaiting The campers will have an op. your thinking caps three network to deny he wrote
she sustained of
two town. Busy people busy
those In attendance at He stepped on a piece of plait from relatives. portunlty to learn about fishing your comments to Vic and more it but accepted responsibility for
three fractured ribs. She will! have a growing fam- Among
Jobs--they glass and cut all the tendons In wildlife and fish pond manage than anything else, let him knowif It. There were recurring shots
was a
be confined to her home for at ily of five children) a daughter. the mass meeting group his went boats will We should outside the
from Naples. The event was thetour.day heel. He hopes to be back conservation you play. of CORE pickets
least a month under doctor's Georgette who Is married and district Vention of home In a day or so, but it will McCannJohn motors and safety, forestryand have lots of fun. Bear In mind arena. Brief abortive fights

care. resides In Syracuse N.Y.t! Sue, Jehovah's Witnesses held at the be several months before he will] run safety They will have a that If our handicaps are pro- over convention rules and ere
Get well wishes to Agnes Wol- who acts as motel manager assisting Jacksonville Coliseum. walk without the aid of a crutch, Thomas McCann,64,died! cookout and take a wildlife tour. perly fixed--and we are still dentlal failed to generate much

cott. Laura Cochran Eleanor her mother and daddyIs In his address Sala said, the doctors tell him yesterday In a Miami hospital They will! write a story of their open on the question of the fair drama
Smith Muriel Frances, Harold connected with the First National "Close students of the Bible are Spending the weekend with the'' He had been a resident of Naples week's experlencea.Hand percentage.-botb the top per- The .afternoon coverage featured .

Davis and Harv Carrell. Bank of Bonita Springs. watching for the fulfillment of Krtks were Mr. and Mrs. Dee since 1952 living at 1148 centage team that plays and all a press conference by for.
Mrs. Betty Schearer of Guilford Then there is Linda 17, who Its prophecies In modern events Powell and children.The Powells Frank Whltuman Blvd. He was a occupying lower strata will have mer President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Conn., and Mrs. Violet will be a senior next year at and situations. They see all the were after on spending their way twoweekslnNorth home to Miami retired weaver for a Paterson, Cut Off, equal chances drew laughter, On one by replying question with he

Sweeney of Chicago 111., were Fort Myers High School; and political rulers and their fighting Carolina They caught several NJ. textile company. Sewed Back On a convention device "PenncyU
welcomed 12 and Jimmie 8 are forces being gathered together He is survived a son Alfred
by
as guests Tuesday Bobby nice snook while fishing with Bud EAGER BEAVERSThe ranla passes."
night at the regular meeting of students In the Bonita Springs Irresistible to the 'war of the Kirk on Saturday afternoon. McCann of Naples a grandson, NEW YORK (APKrugerDaniel's game last Friday broughtin The evening oratory offered
the Bonita Springs Women's Club. School. The elders are ardent great day of God" the Almighty; James McKay of Naples. two left hand, cut off in a 38 eager beavers good two splendid example of polltl.

"Happy Birthday" was sung to supporters of all local activities at Armageddon. other grandchildren, and nine power sewed back raw to accident his wrltt has, Doctorssay been crowd although the ]lowest attendance cal style. First cam Sen. Ever
Marj Henley and Fern Grauseas especially our local Fire De- "This does not necessarily great grandchildren. His wife, of the season 'Twas itt M. Dirksen of Illinois, who
that being gatheredto Helene It'll be at least a week until
mean they are Morris
Llda died here In offered a tribute to Herbert
made their contributionto McCann 1959.
they
partment. a thermonuclear Armageddon they can tell whether the graft a comfortable evening -the play-
the Robert E. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fellowsof McCann was a member of the Hoover and then read a ne**
birthday
finished
a third world war. On U>surface will! take Ing a little slow] but we .
from the former
bank. Miami spent several days of things at least, alj, human ef. Has Own Formula Patterson Avenue Methodist Daniel 29, was injured Mon. about 11(18 p.m.Acertalncolumnlst, sage man to atttmpt presUent.No spellbind.Ing .
Poehner told of a guided here with friends Mrs. Church of Paterson, N.J. at the where '
Peggy visiting forts of today by means of the day garment shop (so-called) an Inattentive crowd. Dirk
tour on Thursday. July 9, at Mildred Sherry of Sherry Lane United Nations organization the About ElectionsSAN Funeral services will be heldIn he work. directed-and thinks or at least ten waited for the maximum of

the Koreshan State Park In Es- and Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmar Lundof World Peace Foundation the Paterson with Interment In hopes he will Improve wlthprac- silence he could expect in the

tero, which will be followed bya Coconut Drive. Fishing was Peace Corps, and other peace Laurel Grove Cemetery In that tlce-albeit undoubtedly not with cavernous: pavilion. Then Ms
luncheon at noon at the Rive the high spot of the trip with agencies seem to be In one dl. FRANCISCO (AP>-Mrs. city. Local] arrangements were Gov. Bryant Sells hair elegantly askew he began

rv tew Inn. All those attendingwere good results reported rection, to Just one worldwide Helene Morris, a Republican made with the Earl G. Hodges age.The unusual circumstance of intoning his speech In his famllU
here the situation where the people will leader from Sarasota, Is a worn Funeral Ocala ResidenceOCALA bass-viol voice
and shower ir
urged to meet at A Jack Jill was Chapel. of
team
say with self.assurance 'peace an who knows how elections art (AP) Gov. Farris the evening one very The keynoter Gov. Mark O.
Women's Club building not later the theme of the party held this
the teamto
and security! said Sala quoting won. sold good players was only
ha hit
Golden Anchor Bryant home hereto latfleld of Oregon used more
than week the on
10:15
Thursday. at 1 Thess. 53. Her formula: organization CreechWord a Tennessee couple, Mr and cause deep cogitation director modem technique, if lIotphrallolo
Mrs. Edythe McLaughlin and the Trail honoring Mrs. Kathleen In conclusion he said that 'the and hard work. Mrs. Howard McCIellan for and help by Vic--on His opener "We

Fern Grause were hostesses and Towne. She was presented : earth will be cleansed of all Mrs. Morris, national commit. was received here last (41,000. calls. First* renege-the question meet here to nominate the next

their door prize went to Marj with an appropriate gift ol f who are not 'men of good will'at teewoman for Florida and a week of the death of EmilyCreechJuly The sale was completed MOD. being whether the circumstances resident of the United States"
Henley. Game prizes went to a bathlnette by the hostesses Armageddon. What a glorious member of the state's delega 5 of heart attack In day. voided It. Second, a big
Mesdames Opal Carrell Irma Mesdames Pat Pattison Addle: peaceful home this paradise earth tlon to the Republican National o a The sale led to speculation out of turn. That team probably \.

Cox, Mary Land Gertha Volght Hogan and Polly Vlelhour. Refreshments will be for 'men of good will' Convention has proof her tori Lexington, Ky Mrs Creechwas that he may not return when won't make' a director call for Drive Caret.lly And Live
Betty Brugge Schearer were serve d. everlastingly" mula work. a suter-ln-law Mrs.CJE. lilt term ends next January. but their
Mrs. Morris settled In Sara> Ball of Naples and had been a Bryant said he sold the house the next six months wouldbe
ota 18 years ago She was die.tressed winter visitor In Naples for many because hit family requirement activities In this direction

to learn that Republl. years will be different with two of his during my turn.NorthSouth happy thought jbr
cans weren't particularly num. Mrs. Creech was president three daughters away in school found the Pea-

erou She. organized and worked. of the Kentucky Conference of busine$ meal t

A* a result, she aid, Sarasota Women's Society of Christian Rutgers Permits
Service and a member of the
County now has 3,000 more reg. .
1stred Republican than it has First Methodist Church In Lexington Women VisitingMen's w -

registered Democrat
r 1w. "It1 the only county In the She Is survived by three daughters DormitoryNEW

kU south with more registered Re. Mrs. Louis Brock Lake' WHY RISK 'EM ?
: publican than Democrat," she Forest IlL. Mrs Ruth C. Hats BRUNSWICK N. J
(AP)}-Rutger* University has
said cher Lexington Mrs. R. NO RISK 'EM !
Ky !
let down the bars
Mrs. Morris i I. unhappy over against visit
\i: e recent moves to put the Gold. McCreary Gay Pine Grove Ky., by women to men' dormitory CALL40W FOR Mr..
water campaign In Florida in a son, John A. Creech Jr. ofLexligtonj room IXI'I.T siavictfNORISK
hand of what she term "out. two sitter, a granddaughter The university board of gover.
elder' and nine grandson*. Interment nor approved without discus

"I want the Republican cam. was In Lexington, Ky. lion a recommendation under
palm to be In the hand of thi, which women may visit the
duly elected people," she said room at certain hour and to CHEMICAL CO NOW YOU
41w "Our organization must name long II doors to the rooms remain MONTH CUARAMTEl
the chairman and cochairmanof Daughter Born To open. CAN LEASE GAS

the campaign In Florida" Ml -4148 AIR CONDmO1No I
"If the part)'* presidentialnominee Russell TweedsWord =

will campaign under SUMMER SPECIAL capita) outlay neededwe
has U",n rr'reii. hereof !) melnte-
the leadership of the slate or.
t the birth of a daughter to Mr Permanent Waver fence Convenienteconom
ganlzatlon this year we can car.
and Mr*. Russell Tweed on Jul)' leal,depend,ble-the com.'
17 the state for the party a* we t
Hair Cut
S at Bossier pletely carefree
La. )
did in 1852 1956 and WO" Cal) way Cad
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.Iu. Tweed I I. the forme ShampooFinger dta: now for the .*cit"fThe
Car'eoll William of Naples, The IIODGES Wave /

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TWO NEAPOLITANS were among 900 price: ,n- :* n the "Happy > I'h ream chess* and lemon and Mr. Frank Wlaiimed: Na

Home Values" contest sponsored during N ma hardware Week II. e. fill\ thr cavities of drained pin and Eitero -H/JiG muST Complete $12e50MI |
) earlier this year Al Davis (I) owner of Hardware, received armed m iBrroom crowns with rate '
. notice of the local wimvrs! and is show presenting the prizes. thr ruture, andsprinkU copiously when you lemon of 2 9497KWIK Ml 20227Nn.(0
: CHKHOPPINO .MO..*IN Center is Mrs.[ Frank Lanza, w nn<'( tif a "silent butler set" and at I with minced per.1.,. Seineraid orange for rind, was a lint touch CNTts IN IMI M0om" ,
"Ih a cold drink a* I fetor to if to remove only the outer
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A Choice For A ChangeThose f 'J'.i .. \SllINGTON-iNEAi-The Communists too. are having

tl:, ir (troubles in Laos.
form definitely will not be another "me r
strides in setting up a
who have taken time In recent Phevve made considerable gov
too" document this year, it still reflectsthe eminent organization But even in the areas they control
presidential election years to read the Laos lackadaisical and difficult -
th \ the ot
toned-down attitude of Goldwater on < re finding peoples
published platforms of the two major to organize
political parties have been amazed at major issues. Even so, voters will havea The Reds ha\e organized their own Lao National Libera-
more clear cut choice in Novemberthan lion oernmentlilh headquarters in Phong Saly
their similarity. As a matter of fact, if "liberation governors" In nine of the 16
they have had in many years. The\ have set up
the platforms had not been plainly labeled This Isn't lust a happenstance, either. Lao provinces even including Luang Prabang Province, royal

one would have been hard put capital of Laos and home of King Savang Vatthana.
The Goldwater strategy is aimed toward

to tell which was which. winning in the deep South, the West and' THEY 11.\\'E .\ WIDE NETWORK: of village and hamlet

Apparently there will be no such the mid-West. The only fly in the oint C\ headmen But behind this facade they do not have control.In .

similarity this year if Goldwater is nom. J borne of these Red areas there are more people and ter-
inated the ment is Gov. George Wallace of Ala. 1.006E ritor in the pockets of opposition than in the territory
by Republicans tomorrow -
bama, who may succeed In taking under actuai Communist rule
and only the initiation of a miracle by strength from Goldwater in the deep u z The Red Palhet Lao have made determined efforts to win

Scranton supporters can prevent his nom. l'r the minorities and to exploit the distrust of the tribesmenfor
ination. South, and thus upset his carefully calculated the dominant race In Laos. But the Communist rulers

plans.It and their :North Vietnamese allies are of the same hated
Promising something for everybodyhas ruling .
has been argued for ract'S.In
been standard operating procedurefor many yearsthat' theory/ the Communists aim at fitting the tribesmen in

Democrat and Republican platform there are really four major political as equals but In practice the tribesmen and their ways do

parties In the United States, with both ; not lit'. into I the Red s}'slt'm. The."re' finding themselves\ worse
writers for many years. It has been a the Republican and Democrat parties split I T BANDS off under Communist t rule
of each plat. sabotage Red rule.
simple case pary making So most tribesmen continue to
into two parts conservative and liberal.In .
WAGON .
form promises to do whatever the other *
the past few presidential elections the I DESPITE: TllhIR: VICTORIES: over the conservative and

party promised to do' only better.It conservatives of both parties, due to the neutral Lao troops the Red I'athet Lao still find it difficult

is obvious that in recent weeks ( to get their Lao troops to fight without a liberal dose of
and ?
liberality of have
similarity platforms
North Viet Nam cadres
Goldwater's ear has been captured by MS .
had no place to go for shelter. Appar ro The Iteds have had considerable success In Infiltrating

astute advisors who have cautioned himto ently that will not be the case this year. the Buddhist priesthood in lane But the' are finding the
little less about civil In Laos doesn't have
speak a bluntly Buddhist leadership the.v've won over
If Goldwater forces succeed In
fight. the influence the people of Laos toward
rights, foreign policy, the United Nations expected power to
Ing off efforts of the Scrantonites to liberalize the Red wax of life The priests too are passive.
and other issues. That he has seen
prime the GOP platform on the floor This is not to gainsay the considerable military and politi
fit to heed this advise is an Indicationthat cal gains the Reds have made They are strengthening: their
of the San Francisco
convention U.S. -
the Arizonian 1 is a far cleverer politician voters offensive-defensive and political position in Red areas by

than many observers have given will have a recognizable choice in '::: . .. .' _....:.:- --.""",,- .,' '.- using lulls between fighting for organizational work
November. The conservatives flockto
him credit for being. Also that he is reasonably can ON BALANCE Tllt'S FAR they've gained considerable
Goldwater and the liberals to John-
tractable. strength in the past year, Hut it has not been all roses anda
And although the Republican plat. son. It will be interesting to see which TODAY IN The World Today determined longtime effort on our part could eventually

label has the greatest following. succeed In keeping Laos from going Red
By JAMES MARLOWEtiaelaud In the face ot these opportunities U.S. officials are having

I Freedom's WASHINGTONWASHINGTON Press News Analyst their troubles They're finding the conservative neutralist
SymbolThis Lao administration lackadaisical, too. And the loyalist troops

are philosophically uninterested In fighting.:
follows the will of a people with pride (AP-Organ. SAN FRANCISCO (AP>-Thls enormous delegate strength. He
country will observe National Though they have shown themselves equal and sometimes
lied labor is mapping a cam. Republican convention has all had been building it for 3Vi
Flag Week June 14 through June 20. On and Integrity of purpose. pain of "massive compliance"with the usual-bands, singing, too years Scranton had only about superior to the Red Pathet Lao when no Vietnamese are

this first day of the occasion, let us recall Responsible individuals with the free the new civil rights act many speeches-and no fIre, six weeks before the conventionto present or rumored the loyalist fighters retreat readily
when they hear North Vietnamese cadres are attached to the
that may even include strikes thanks to the man with the ex. undo It.
the Ideals for which stands. dom to think, create and move to meet Red Lao them
our flag against employers who dlscrlm. tlngulsher, Sen. Barry Goldwa. His main argument for get Pathet troops attacking
Whether snapping In a stiff breeze or fast changing circumstances built the inate. ter.Two ting Into the race, of course, had What all this means is that someone has got to come up

hanging In dignified it is Impossible United States. A free society capable of AFI-CIO President George things looked certain be. to be that Goldwater was not with some new solutions
repose
Meany expects the campaign to fore the delegates got here: that the man for the nomination. To
to look at the Stars and Stripes spawning and encouraging such citizens throw the full weight of the labor Goldwater had the presidential be convincing he would have

without seeing reflected In them both the will have the versatile strength to steer federation's 13.S million nomination locked up and had to show a vast difference The Best of

glorious and the bright future of the a meaningful course in this fast shifting members Into virtually every Pennsylvania's Gov. William W, between him and Goldwater or BoyleBY
past city and hamlet In the nation. Scranton had no chance for It. a real danger In Goldwater.
great country they represent. A nation's world. One aim will be prompt volun. Every time Scranton tried to Instead, he started off polite.ly HAL feOYLE

strength has no meaning unless its use The Ameircan flag has always flown tary compliance with the new light a match It got squirted got Impolite, got polite ,
above such a land -let's it law's equal employment oppor. with silence, or near.silence, by again. It was an on-and.off pl'r.tormancf' .
keep so.T the highly confident NEW YORK (AP)-Tilings a served, "A ,._, tunlty provisions, which do ,not welloiledGoldwater It seemed uncertain
,1 V 1.g!"R"I11,:' :w1ihM r<: ic: ( ..,'::1;( i Ci.it;/ .8p into effect for one year. ,". organization. In short, what he waged was tolumnlst might never know II erlng of Impoitint people whosingh'
i un do nothing, but to.
;Mile he declined ta specify- 'The. attUHd. and th str>teey-anything but i,'!1Prc.., I l.oulttght. he didn't open his null:
H J CANDIDATES th were obvious 1,1e'4orked W fKonly one In four American getlier *, AT SAN FRANCISCO ,rL type ofjtesure he has in enough Why get Flnalfy, up "
mind, an"AFL.CIO spokesman fErarfoV\ more attention by calling Goldwater unfit torte' sons follows the same career as lie done.
pointed out that the strike has rgulnf with him? president his father The highest percent<
long been one of labor's chief J There's no sign Scranton has Meanwhile he put great rell.ance age-49.1-Is In the professional
economic weapons. The spokes (teen able to inflame the dele. -or appeared loin the group, Including dot tors and

.- .. \ l man also cited boycotts and Us. gates from the time he an. hope that former President lawyers
tings of "unfair" employers as ounced his opposition to Gold. Dwight D, Eisenhower would It has been estimated that the
possible labor weapons against water last June 12. On the con. work the necessary magic of average person learns at a rate
discrimination. trary, his bid for the nominationso swinging delegates to him by of only about 10 per cent of his ?
;; WASHINGTON (AP)-Presl. far has looked extremely In. coming out in his support. full capai Ity, so strain that 'lwflIIir( l n1) Nisewu

dent Johnson has signed a bill ept and futile. This kind of Impression was brain ,
authorizing the space agency to This Is an example: further built up by Henry Cabot Cheerful news tor any man
spend up to $9,227,506,000 in the Sunday night, the convention Lodge after a talk with Elsen.houer. planning to go Into a hospital)
iV year that started July 1. Actual eve, Goldwater received a letter Lodge announced he had more than halt of all U.S. reels.
spending will be fixed later by over Scranton's signature In quit his Job as U.S. ambassadorto tered nurses are under 40.
an appropriations bill. contemptuous language which South Viet Nam to come A civilization tan lie judged
Largest chunk of the measure the governor himself now says home to help Scranton win. by how much paper It uses-
ei $2,67700,000.1s for the Apol. was "too strong" Goldwaterwas The former president chilledall and for what pur|>oses. America

lo program to place an American angry But Geld water's this by Insisting he was stay. consumes more than seven mil
on the moon by 1970. aides played It cool. Ing neutral.So lion tons of newsprint annually,
WASHINGTON (AP-J ecre. They sent a copy of the letter Scranton lost what might and last year It used 287,7nG
tary of Defense Robert S. Me. I to every delegate and alternate have been his best bet for in. tons of facial tissues-a figure
; J/L Namara has thrown the spot. 'I delegate In the belief it would fluencing the delegates What not to be sneezed at.

f : light on the Pentagon's economy 1 backfire against Scranton. They good, If any, Lodge was ever Every office worker owes a
drive by designating next week :attached a note from Goldwa. able to do for Scranton Isn't debt to Turkey The reason: the WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER
as "Defense Cost Reduction I ter's campaign manager, Denl. clear at this writing. first coffee break originated In iWC, ) HANDY, the American
?# ' Week.." I son Kitchel, who said the letter Just before the convention Istanbul In the I ICth century Negro composer who established
r4nj y The defense secretary said''"tragically" reflected on the Scranton was so obviously not The coffee house, or cafe, also the popularity of
Monday that major alms were I party and the convention making progress in winning del. started there the blues, was a school
(I' to reward those who helped the But Monday Scranton said he agates for himself or weaning Quotable notables "Do not teacher in his youth Though
11.rSI department save $2.5 billion in 'didn't compose the letter, and them away from Goldwater that pay any attention to the rules he went blind at 30 he con
the fiscal year that ended June 30 and to focus attention on the ;I seen it before it went to Gold. ed shaking hands with commu. them for their own protection, from 1901 to 1921 He wrote
goal of saving $4.6 billion 'water. But Scranton said he Is ters in a railroad station. and t.i hell with them."-Wtl. Memphis Blues" in 1911 as

I responsible for the letter, nev. But most of the Illinois dele Ham Saroyan an election campaign song
1 irtheless gates had already lined up with Litter cleanup costs the tax. for the mayor, Edward II.
No problem will go away Just By the time Scranton had de. Cold water. So what was Scran. payers about half a billion Boss" Crump of Memphis.
because its feelings are hurt at I tided to get into the contest In dollars In 19C4. We
ton doing ,shaking hand! with dump 20 In 1914 he wrote "St Louis
being Ignored. .June, after wrestling with him. commuters He explained It million cubic yards of junk on Blues," Introducing the

I self, Goldwater already had was to convince Illinois Republi. our roadways, enough to lover blue" lowered seventh,
a
14'33' M)@ cans to put the heat on the dele. 3OOO.mlle highway between which became a characteristic
New York -
a : ,. ,\ gates to join up with Scranton. and San Francisco a of the blues
.'t\C'k' '" .' foot deep In discarded cartons
$ 'Y It didn't work
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ARM
IAM.IW I C'A AVCRSr assorted
\ t: ,,' t mehow Eisenhower might help trash The
madrone.
P o E T I'c R C n E wCR11SS "Many a presidential or madrona
him he his final disillusion. hopeful
got
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white flowering
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I 1.I..hllll' ItIr.hlnti e} In r o t opened, and Eisenhower held a a ventriloquist."-Arnold Clas. Pacific grows in the
rT states and
British Co
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I IItnai.. .. \-1 11 "ltr.UlII' !! ATV A T A N T 0 n E S wouldn't endorse anyone. It was Fred Allen who ob. the tree belongs to
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i, Horn* run were !'ivli'K over Stadium from the hlei v, ill in ,i :can' again heat last yeai's QJJ
American League (PIMP---- at t center field. II-!'! "'ai I"s last night, 3-1. b> tak-
? wasnt The umpire ruled (he i h..LIl of the breaks.
record clip but AI Lope ti g advantage. . . . . . .
had cleared the low
conc.rned-int11 one of them porih's I UK: u, o teams were to meet
tot lost. on Charley Flnley's fence. Lope contended It had: aral, this afternoon andUednes-
pennant porch. hit the wall in center ind was COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday July H, 1961
danight.. Last week, the 12- 6
blew playable. Lope lost thr debate ---
Then the White Sox pilot i-olds heat the 13yearoldsB
his top and was tossed out of HIP game yea
There were 28 homers hit In when he resumed it an' liming B-' 3 Games On Tap
the AL Monday, four more than later. ; ;ree all-star pltclien hung up Chip Johnson
the previous mark for one Ron Hanson of the White Sox a ',)tal of f 17 strikeouts last night. For Local Girls

league In a flve-eiune scheduleand and the Athletics' Jim Gentile The onl\ run forrhe "old thners" Chance
Has
one more than Lopee1 then matched eighth miming came when Ron Rose homered Big Softball Team :

count. homers before Causey's i"ascs. with two out In the first Inning. The girls' Softball team spon-
He's convinced that Wayne loaded single In the ninth brokeup Bill Tucker pitched three InnIngs Tomorrow NightChip sored by the Recreation Depart

Causey's homer In the second the eight-homer slinji'st. for this year's all-stars, ment Is scheduled to play two !!

game of a doubleheader, a The split cost Chi<'a'i" a Ray Jensen pitched 1 1-3 InnIngs Johnson Naples! climbs games this week and one game |
8.7 chance to l'/i '''
three-run shot that led to an gain gain''
Kansas City victory over the on league! leading Baltimore, and David Barley finishedup. Into the Miami! Beach Convention next week against out-of-town '

White Sox, was nothing more which dropped a KMnnlne 4.3 Hall ring Wednesday night to opposition. I
than a figment of Flnley's decision to Detroit. The New In four different Innings, the make the best of a big chanceto On Thursday night,Naples will I''

runaway green-andgc draw. York Yankees, however, gained losers got runners to third base move up In the boxing world. host a Fort Myers team In a
ing board. a game on the Orioles with a with one or none out, But each Johnson w 111 trade punches with contest starting at 7:30 at

Chicago had taken the first ItM rout of Cleveland. Boston time the runners were left as Tony Along, one of the heavy bier Park. Naples pays cam-I]

game 8.6 and was leading 6.3 blanked Washington! 7.0 In the they watched teammates miss or weight division's most respec- to Fort t.lye Wednesday night I

In the seventh Inning of the other game scheduled. WALLY YORK: relative. : n -omcr' t'o :Naples\ spcedw, took the check. look at third strikes. ted contenders, In the 10-round to meet the Fort Myers girls. '

fell nightcap where when a pole Causey's separates drive the Nellie Fox doesn't have muchof ('red l flag Sutunla.x) nIght foi nnishinn fir$t in the feature race for The 1964 all-stars got a first- main event. The hardhittingNaples On Saturday, July 25, the locall|
will he held Saturday at the Inning run when Joe G ration poked fighter has deflated the will play at home, meetIng -
shortened portion of Municipal an opinion on topless bathing jalopies Another/ lame, program on night!: team
suits, but you can tell he's not track located just east of the airpoit ( Hewitt photo) an outside pitch Into center for a egos of some talented and am- a team from Doca Raton.
altogether crazy about two. single. He raced to third on a bitious Miami-area heavies In the The Naples players are coach-
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piece bats wild pitch and came In on a wild last two years, and a victoryover ed by recreation assistant Ron

American EagleIn Fox, the veteran Houston second Yahl York Senior All-Stars Senior LeagueAverages throw with two out Alongl will cause Miami McCune.
baseman who drove in the Gary Hartford reached base on ring observers to stand up and
Fifth Win winning run against National Vie For District a fielder's choice in the third, take notice of Johnson.

NEWPORT, P.!. (AP) League .leading San Francisco Honors SaturdayNaples' and Gratton laid down a sacrifice Johnson, managed by George Naples Legion
American\ Eagle, a sleek, 12. Sunday night, went hltless as Big WinnersAt Complete Season bunt. The ball got away DeBus man, has won seven and
meter vaiht built this vear for the Colt lost to the Giants 5.3 Senior Little Leagueallstar 34 or more at bats from the first baseman and the lost four, Including five knock- Team Plays Host

America's Cup competition, is the Monday Great night-just Bat-Breaking hours Incidentof after team will play for the AD R H Avg. rlghtflelder, and Hartford scor- out victories, All four losses To Avon Wednesday!

threatening to make a one-boat 1964 came to light District 9 championship at '730 Alfonso 60 23 23 .383 ed. have been close decisions. Alongi
show of the trials to determinethe SpeedwayRichie Saturday night in Venice.At Lightner 53 17 20 .377 Mark Allen walked In the sixth, Is 3221. and the draw and one Avon Park's American Legion]
U.S. defender against; Britain While Fox' new bat held no In Fort and Hunter Allen of vic baseball visits Wed-l
hits a drawing Sunday .1. Rose 38 8 14 .368 Don singled. the losses were apparent team Naples
Lou Brock' old col.
Eagle In September.swept to her fifth lected, seven as the St.one Louis Yahl and Wally York Myers, Naples drew the bye Black 43 14 15 .349 scored on an errant throw. tories. nesday for a 2 p.m. contest with I I

straight and easiest vie. Cardinals swept a doubleheaderfrom were the big winners Saturday among the three teams In Jf. Johnson 57 21 19 .333 Though the winners got only two the local Legion club at Gambler|

tory of the current serl's of trials Pittsburgh M In 12 In. night at Naples Speedway. the district, The other two, Chickering 42 12 14 .333 hits, manager John lamurrl was Park.
Monday, sailing unopposed sings and 12.S. Yahl drove his 1956 Ford to Venice and Englewood, will meet Tudor 37 9 12 .324 pleased at the team's hustle on Baseball World Naples would like to make up t

for the last 17 miles of a 20. Brock, acquired by St. Louis victory In the late-model class, In Venice Friday, and the win- Steinbach 40 15 12 .300 the basepaths.The for a disheartening 11-lnnlng,

mile triangular course after rl. in a trade with the Chicago and moved up to second place In ner will play Naples. This Is McCarthy 57 18 17 .298 series of practice gamesis No Matter, 2-1 defeat at Avon Park last

val. Columbia withdrew from the Cubs, slammed a homer, dou. driver point standings behind Englewood's first year In Senior Thornton 47 8 14 .298 designed to get Naples into top Zany, month. Since that loss, Naples
ra< .. He and single In the first game brother Mike Yahl. One more L.eagueVenice's second,and Naples' Steele 37 11 11 .297 shape for the opening game of has won only one game of sib.Tomitorrow's .
The triumph was the 12th and came back with a homer, fourth. .291A. the district tournament July 23 How It's SeenBy contest will end!
late model was added by Jerry M. Hackney 55 14 16 .
ovi'i.all\ for the unbeaten Eagle triple and two singles In the
Fort In Sarasota. the home for
Representing Naples at Naples' opponent season Naples,
and
Hines two more 48 15 13 .283
in the trials, which will\ rontln.ne nightcap He has hit at a .356 Saturday, Hackney MIKE \TIIET
Myers Sunday were Senior will be Sarasota Nationals, defending fielding Its first Legion team)
week.DywimanlngSsturday 11 11 .268
are promised next Matusiak 41
throughout( the summer clip since joining St. Louis lift Associated Press Sports| \\rliei
Constellation, the other 1964. lag his average to .283. night,Yahl League official Bill Hyder, and Mann 55 12 14 .255 state champions. The Chic-ago White So c owe since 1961. Weak hitting has been

built yacht In the flve-boat competition Elsewhere, Philadelphia re- and York were given a free all-star team manager Robert F. Moss 46 7 11 .239 Washington! a pliver. Vl Pouei Naples' weakness throughout the
ran her current record malned one game back of the lunch at Saro's Restaurant. York Johnson and assistant Duane Davis 42 14 9 .214 Coral Team owes the AmerUan League $:50. season and manager Rollie\ Rice I
to 4.1, defeating winless East Giants by edging Milwaukee and piloted his 1953 Ford to a feature Lyon.As. Grimm 35 8 7 .200 Cape And Gaylord Perry owes the. would like to see the club break]

erner by 3 minutes, 43 secondsIn Warren Spahn 3-2 and the Chi. victory In the Jalopy class. district champion Naples Finger 50 4 10 .200 Takes Top Honors Houston Colts $3.98. through with plenty of hits and
Monday's other race. The cago Cubs belted the Los An. OJ3. Osceola won the semi-fea may be entitled to play In the Such was the situation today runs In the last two games of
fifth contender, Nefettltl, hadthe geles Dodgers 10>4. and Wendell Rimes and state Senior League tourna- Tlie\ CaK Con: Curl' lIId Court in baseball's zany world alter the season The team's batting I
off. ture II CuIJ'! I'alll 0,,' 1111'| i'oumers Sn a hectic Monday that imrouiu'eml
day heat ment at Orlando. Dut that isn't average Is about .200.
Buddy Burgess won races. tutcUj i In HiSmitluMM t I Hoi Ida<
these developments
There were a couple spills, the way It is set up this year. Teen Age Set liitwi,Club l..e.uum" IlIIlrlll'Iwill -The Senators and White Sox After the Avon Park came.

but no Injuries. Dick Upham, This district's champion will at Lehigh Acres, with 1,532 completed a trade one month Naples will end the schedule
Movement of the Bid For
Lateral Hips driving No. 39, blew a tire, hit have to go to the St. Peters- Makes strokes. The team representing after the trading deadline with on the road Friday night at Wau-

the guard rail, and headed back burg district tournament andplay Tennis GloryRIVER Big C\ 1I'1"H:of Ndl'c'I! .I" ".. ,owl first baseman Bill\ Moose) chula. The local team has a 3-7

across the track on two wheels, and win there before moving on with 1,5'ft strokes. Skowrun and pitcher Carl Boul. record, having beaten Arcadia
Places Left Side winding up in the Infield. Allen to Orlando. FOREST, HI. (AP- Cape Coral now leads the lea. .din going to Chicago In ex. twice and Wauchula once.
Weight on Filer, at the wheel of No. 25, That's the way It was last year, This may be the year the national teen. pvii- rue will, a total o: 14 ,points. change for first baseman Joe Lefthander Nick Pedro Is

rolled and tumbled on the back- too, when Naples beat Venice age set takes over the Tlit' overall It-acui' rliamplonsMp, Cunningham and a player to lie Rice's tentative mound choice

(This if the tevrntk tn tin -, n" > [((Cliff: PUrl S''s" I stretch, Car and driver were 5-4, for the district title bounced, then girls'The tennis youthful spotlight.set Is making a Will>!' tt.In ani .IW.tlVl,,,uniul.itlnR' III tl-e Hie la'l moM: tilti named-The later.American League denied against Avon Paik.Modern .
back for the went to St. Pete and got at the
next race. big play for recognition 11"\1:11: on .1 uw.tmi I tthlch awjiiliSHMMI a hearing to Vic Power of
By BILL ZONGKER Next week the women will run 11-1. National Senior League !84th annual National Clay CourtXeniml,5.CbatepkaseliipImamktjmb noli** :oi' JL Hist. jjUiflylnJtlic the Los Angeles Angels, who
P,.. S.ottl Coif Club In headquarters Js being asked to .: tOiWIIUollit
a powder-puff race. Woman! ortiis"ti'trict's ,. ) I'ul"aowltw..rl1 has been fined $250 and Sus. TrendIn
VriUeft far AP Ntunffatvn! WUTiing to drive a caimust'4- rule on the equity -. b IMt1Wl'1'mIllI''tM r'for the team finishing last In pended for 10 days for allegedl
gister this week. Races at Naples championteam heving-to- at the River Forest Tennis ear: li mJIC'lI. CaH| Coral ,',is spitting in an umpire's fa<'e.
What li the first thing Ie'<' tlilnk In another district's tournament Club. m.itclit-s Baseball Is
Speedway are run at 8)30) play pl.ut'rt first In th* two -The National League aknowledged <'
about at the start of the down. And four of the court darlingsare ', ..
each Saturday. The quarter- :H'ld to < It. it had rei' 'elved a
swing? mile track Is on Radio Road, a Last night, the Naples Senior 17 years Md and under, Dip CM 111'1'1111 with a second protest from the Colts because To
which for all practlc aJ I purposes Keep MovingNEW
lift:
warmed rl.uc MII S.ituiclaand a San Francisio teller
'Unit\ team Perry a
t can't tfmember i i" '>If > short distance east of the air- League tournament ,
assures the amateui came a ( in th" 11..1 mm':'' ,'dS nil','
for by edging IIpol|) pitcher, broke one of Nellie Fox'batl.
Saturday
which I have particIpated th:it up ,
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port. wealth of material for mal irk Foil YORK mod.
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another team of Senior Leaguers points. UK< I > III I I 'm The Colts also said Perry (
this question has not lie. ,'" :' >V<*J. Mi"f mil Lfl'Uli Aires lor .e was being billed for the ost of ern trend In baseball Is to move
Tie answer Is slmpiv : 'top nil : 32. Carlos Alfonso pit- ron ;01.\' ,i> IP< tin' Hague( ''.,,','. the bat. the team, whenever anythinggoes !
motion.To Ben ched the route for the all-stars. Otl ""I ti-ani staiiitliiCN, arci Port The Senators.White Sox deal wrong Here's how It

the who hi1- gottenIn > Hogan Says -- CluilottiMvtM' and CpiesLiki was called a double waiver works, in an Imaginary exam
perxon years.mmmmmI ', ,11111! Maple* Hcac-h" C.uliMil. : transaction because they ouM, pie taken from a meeting of
the habit of utirtlnir: that down He Is PlayingMechanically Jo Anne Russell out! Diilnts each. not call It anytlng else. the major league Mudcats:

swing lmprorlv| the met Wins Title In 'I'i'), ti'ims" Iliusliccl In Satin- Under baseball law, player VICE PRESIDENT We'vej
method scenic lit first tin unnatural i II "- nutii' .is lollnws: Cain' deals made after June I It must been In this town two weeks al4

thing. One lII1octprrd.; l lbciomei It Tampa Bay Open Coiul 1 1.'3Z: tIlt Cs iur'ss, I .tSP: be via the waiver route with a ready, boss. The boys were won
American LeagueW. Port M\ TS. J l..CI I.: Lehlfth Ai'r"'M. waiver (price of $20,000 attached derlng whether to sew the namq
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rxceertlnisU" !"Oil' COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP-The Nine-year-old Jo Anne Russell L. P'-t.' G.B. I ''m'4!: Na"i MS Beach CMlh' I I.i;'f: to each piece of merchandise. on their uniforms, or keep onj
natural. competitive desire Is still there of Naples won the (Girls' 10-and. Baltimore '52 31 .627 O.m-ss. Lake. I J.C27: aiu1: Pint Now, the White Sox will waive using that disappearing ink, '
It li the act of holiiinR x'Hir' JWEIGHT but the "feel" Is gone, says Den under championship at the Tampa New York 49 31 .613 IV CIt.II'"llp' 031.I.I' I. another player to the SenatorsIn OWNER: Walt until we hear)
shoulders" hinds antI Hub iiMtlon.ls m Hogjn, making a comeback In Bay Open tennis tournament last ChK'.igo 49! 33 ,598 2'', UuD.iiu'. plixlne ion Dig C\ a week or 10 days to com. from the City Council..Th"y-';:.!
at the conclusion of the the PGA Golf Championship at weekend on the Davis Islands Minnesota 439( .',41 7 im-ss. 'I as I hi. a tie lor sc'cimd < the age or !M. courts in Tampa. Detroit 43 41 .512 9'.: [11.11' c wltl el-lit ntner [ilavert: In power's actions In the first a new stadium, a million;
backstroke while the shlftlnc of "I am laying now largeh on Miss Russell defeated four opponents Boston 41 45 .477 12"".2 ti'"< blind I lin' ,'I event pIjM-cl! a* a game of a doubleheader, last dollar annual subsidy free. rent
weight to your loft stile, I I.* icing 1 Instlmt, said the once.feared along the way, and re. Los Angeles 41 46 .471 13 te.ituu- \the niatih. Frllay, night against Chicago 100 home games a year, 10 fret
accomplished bv a lateral I mine- Texas hawk today. "It's all celved a handsome plaque alter Cleveland 35 46 .432 16 Far: I: one, t,,I'S libs li'' t .' "Vicue were retorted to AL headquarters games In the standings and the
meat of the Wpi. me lianlial. If everything falls beating Molly Finch of Orlando Kansas Clty32 53 .378 21 ,ten a :20! nun d',nil In by Umpire Jim llonochlck, right to charge $!t for a bottle
anllr11"the Into place 1 might turn up( witha In the finals, 6.2, 6.4. tier other Washington 33 56 .371 22Monday' ti'o nuiti'iirx. who said Power "bumped me Df beer.
You! literally BO; off talrlj\ (tooil ai'oie. but It would vli'tlms were St. Petersburg con results three times and spit In my face GENERAL MANAGER (rush.

club until time weIght. hlft 16 lucky* testants.li Chicago 8-7, Kansas City 6.8 deliberately and, willfully." Ing into meeting) Boss, they
Is accomplished The thlnR I miss most Is feel I the first round, the Naples Detroit 4, Baltimore 3, 10 In Bears PrepareTo Power said he hadn't. turned us down. I
This I li an Irrnlstinl foiv" for .i 'ourse. You've got to have girl shut out Becky Reese 6.0, nhuhgsNew The American League, which OWNER: No $3! beer?
th dub\ down tbr,well 1 It to I* a winner. You get it bi > 6.0. Ellen Bird was next to fall: York 10, Cleveland 4 never announces refusals to GMt Oh that was all right
that guile detailed 6.0, 61. In the semifinals, Miss Defend NFLChampionship boss. And they agreed to furnish j
, i: prattle ,,md nuking a Boston 7, Washington\ 0 grant hearings, said through
to Irh'p 'II i limit'nip ,
the ball currcctlv Russell rallied to defeat Donna Cadillacs for and
I'm not
you
study of the lourse. Only games s<' heduled league publicist Joe McKenney you
on-lln stroke MW drum Saltier, 6.1, 9.7,6-2. family for life. But refuse
i ible to do it any moie. Today's Games 'We refused a hearing. We they
about. I log;ni, 'ins IlIg In his IIrst Also competing from Napleswas Detroit at Los Angeles' N felt that under the league <'on.stitutlon to pass a law making It a criminal "
Take a look al the tI1l1.lratton rcA In 11 rears will\ be one ofli.r. Louise tareiitzson. She madeIt Washington at Minnesota, N we did not have to offense to stay away from
cent I ; pros teeing oft Thuisilavovei to the quarterfinals of the 14. Baltimore at New York, N The Chic ago Bearire bat' k grant a hearing an l so we clllnot the baseball park on Sunday.
In time first picture t live ; ' the flat anil relatively short and-uridei girls' division before Chicago at Boston, N at work, getting read to de. do so." OWNER I'm sick of fooling
ed" the" top of the ba<'kstrnki. *, In Columbus count Club course InI bowing out More than 100 boys Cleveland, at Kansas City, N fend their National' Football The Perry.Fox developmentwas around with those fuddy-duddies,
the lower pli tnr, I am <'imifnrtbh e5'wE the -iGth professional champion" and girls took part In the tourna \Yednesda} 'a Games League >hampionshlp.' First the latest to he brought out at City Hall. This means we'

,> Into th. downswing Not. th.it k I mu ,I ship. ment. Detroit at Los Angeles, 2, twi| Item of business for George after Sunday's game at HoustonIn move the team.
the" head has remained nil'"on. ; The' ers seem to have taken night Halas and his staff will be which) San Francisco reliever VP: Where are we going
Tr 1 little toll iiDin the itrlm, strong. tlon and gripping .in Inevitable Cleveland at Kansas CltN sharpening up the offense. Billy O'Dell was thrown out for Dad
lesi.If. I )awt i1 onetime blacksmith's 51511With cigarette Washington at Minnesota, N Rookies were In the major arguing even before he had OWNER: I got lots of offers.
YOU haw the tipportiinltv ,i won lour I'.S. Opens, two Close associates Onteiul 110. Baltimore at Ness York Monday when the Bears' earh male, one pitch and Perry sat I'll take them all. We'll\ play In

seeing" a good golfer on si.m | Masters, tOm PGXs and the can Is hitting the ball as wellas \ Chicago at Boston, N camp opened at St. Joseph's down on the mound to cnange a different town every night
motion) film, make a point of British Open to become one of he ever did from tee to green College at Rensselaer, Ind., his shoes after getting a hurry in the week We'll\ keep movlnr.That's .
National League where the dub has trained for the wel
( mo\tinMit the games Immortals, but auGers from nerves on theputting up rail to replace O'Dell secret. Then )
tailing the lateral hip W ?ct. G.B 21
L. won't hear
lot
\ears. a of
SHIFT Seottlt pro There are onlsmall fl*>'ks "offi.iy ; cieens."Tint's Fox, who prtvtoush had sin. Junk aboui
When the" weight! shift to the San Fran. 52 33 .612 As early\ as the Bears were, getting some pitchers or some)
Bill, Zongkri ihowt hewhlpt ( In his halt. His face I if nut' not entliel tiu m *, cled In the tying run for the
left ild* It will start the < iii,. nnd wrighl .hi.ft t* lh. brown He Is a trim 160 poun b. Hogan 01 iected. "Mec' lunlcal. Phlla'phta 49 32 .60S 1 the' were not the first to take Colts, drove In the winning run hitters, or beating the Yan)

head: down In proper mimic to left .lil>. from rhi lap ofboiluwmg lie still walks the (.1lrl\.1\ I !l\ I cal still hit the ball and Cincinnati 44 39 .330 7 the field. The Los Angeles with a single In the ninth Inning. kes. By the time the yokels)
Pittsburgh 42 39 .519 8 Rams :Oew'ork: Giants, Dal. find out that the Yankees
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produi a "o-ordlnatpll. Ohie.IilCCswIng. to middle< .1) down- with a mdje l\ denied ,uttmeimemmetifm.legged I still In to win but theie'a avers 8'' Perry, In a rage, stormed off are
43 41 .512 better
St. Louis I : las Cowboys, Cleveland Browns than we are we'll be
the mound
from a neai important( thing that's picked up Fox' bat
IWlnl'l Milwaukee 42 42 .500 9>,: and Philadelphia Eagles all gone, halfway across the
coun.
f.II,11 .iuto auldent. white aj> missing. That's the feel of thecourse and smashed It against the side
Los Angeles 42 .494 10 beat them to the punch with try.
pulled low over his sea, his ,uid the nisi'iratinn. Idon't of the Giants' dugout.
Chicago 39 43 .476 11',: their rookie camps.B VP Just one question, dad.
NOW- lips firm
i line of determlna- >u\e that.:
COMET 1 Houston 39! 46 .439 13 next Monday all 14 NFL What will the Commissioner''

A WINNING -- - =-.------------- :New York 26 60 .302 261-. teams will have their camps say? You know, old Whatshis.
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Moods) '5 Results open and some will have the Phil Rodgers name?
DEAL FOR YOU NAPLES Chicago 10, Los Angeles 4 veterans on hand, too. OWNER; The Commissioner?
FLY San Francisco S, Houston 3 The A m e r I r a n Football Leading FieldIn What's he got to do with it?
ON THE CAR MIAMI Philadelphia 3, Milwaukee 2 League also is getting ready to French This is baseball, son. Let's get a
_ BECAME St. Louis 5-12 Pittsburgh 4.5,,, suing Into action with the New Open move on.Hollywood.
THAT 1st fame 12 Innings York Jets' rookies and the Den. CHAJJTILLY, France (.o\P-
WORLD'S Schedule Cincinnati at Nework, post,yen Broncos due to open( up Phil Rodgers Isn't enough of a
New Year Round Daily
_ _ _ ported rain Wednesday. The Jets will trainat veteran pro golfer to get Into
DURABILITY Naples To Miami Todaj's Games peeksklll, N.Y. and the Bron.cos the United States PGA Cham Man
New York at Chicago at Fort Collins, Colo. plonsltlp but he looks good I
CHAMPION 7.45AM.: 1130: AM 3,45 P'.M.: San Frncis at Milwaukee,, The first pre.season game is enough to take the French Open With Top YanksIn
984 N the Bears.All Stars at Chicago Tournament this week.

_ _ _ AT DAYTON Miami To Naples Los Angeles at St. Louis, N Friday Aug. 7. The rest of the Going Into the second round French Open

900: AM 2: 15 P.M. 5.00 PM. Philadelphia/ at Pittsburgh, :.N r NFL teams, except Pittsburgh, today, Rodgers, from La Jolla, CHANTILLY France AP-4
Houston at Cincinnati, 2, twl., and the .' rL will get busy Calif., leads the field with a Bock White of,Hollywood( Fla.J
u- ,
In lbs world night weekend. Pittsburgh's course record 66-one stroke
Ktwrvitioni same
Con.Ktio.and la say point the shot a first round 71 Monday In]
14. The regular ahead of Britain's Grubb.
Wednesday's Games first game Is Aug. Tony the
I NAPLES AIRLINESNspks Houston at Cincinnati N season opens In both leagues Although a veteran of the U.S. French Open Golf Tourna.

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY fAST CREOIT EASY TERMS! Airport Concourse t Miami AirportMI San Francisio at MiUaukee.N ,, the weekend of Sept. 12.13. pro served circuit only, three Rodgers years, 26 of, has the among mInt, good the top enough American to place play.him

I' *E 4-1811 Philadelphia at required five-year apprentice era entered.
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der, 33; John Katslkos, 40; and Kiwanis Names Tuesday, July }<. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7
4 In Hugh W_ M.Voider .
M1R Try and Davis are so

cased of violating the federal Edward MoylanNew Delve Into 1955
Rules
Powers'Lawyer
train wreck statute by a willful

FEC Train attempt to damage a train. Kat.slkos Deals In Rogero
PresidentEdward
1 and Wlnn are charged
Must Be
with conspiracy to commit the Income Tax Case
derailment. B. Mojlan, Jr., Miami
Blast All four defendants have been businessman, was elected presl. Present At Quiz TAMPA (AP) The government .
CaseMIAMI free on bonds of $50,000 each. dent of Kiwanis International at sought today to scare ad.

Meanwhile, FBI agents Inve. the organization's 49th annual ATLANTA (AP) Melvln Lane mission of testimony about
iAP)-Prosecuting at.tt tlgated an attempt made Mon. convention In Los Angeles, according Powers, charged with the Flor. transactions In 1915 and 195 in
I rldia, ,f I ,e? were to call witnesses day to derail an FEC freight to Brandt Watson, presl. ida slaying of multi-millionaire the trial of Al Rogero for al.
'f) toga I"i the V.S) District Courtitlal' train near Cape Kennedy. dent of the local Kiwanis Club. cannot be questioned by police lefftd income tax evasion in

of tour men charged In the The Broward County sheriff's unless his attorney Is present, a 195658.
attempted delimiting of Flor.Ma office said the engineer of a As head of Klwanls Internatlon. three-Judge federal court has Rogero, a former member of
East Coast Railway train. alMoylan wlU be official spokes
train returning from the moon. tentative! ruled. the State Road Board is
a
i The lour were arrested last port area at Cape Kennedy no. man for some 270,000 Klwan. Powers Is being held in Houston Clearwater real estate man. He
March tn FBI agents sent into tlced loose track and stoppedhis tans In more than 5,300 clubsin Tex, in connection with the reported Income of $22,000 for
the state to halt sabotage Of the the United StaesCanadaMex.Ico .
I train. Officers said angle death of Jacques Mossier in Key 1tI 8-58 and the government con.
, Ike-bound line bars and bolts had been .... the Caribbean, Japan, and Biscayne June 30. An attempt Is tends his Income was Instead
I The selection of a Jury was moved from the track. Western Europe. being made to extradite him $313,000 from a maize of financial .
I ompleted Monday after Judge from Texas to Florida.
Emett C, Cheat denied s defense Moylan Is a Miami real es. In Its ruling Mondaythe federal enterprises
motion to dismiss the In. Break Juke Box tate broker. He Is a member of judges said a recent supreme In 1957, Rogero reported
f Miami Board of Realtors
the ,
diriment.
Court decision on two $8,361 Income Two prosecution
I II Tw"< of the defendants claim. Glass At LaundryNaples and the National Association of cases apparently spelled out witnesses testified yesterday to
I led the FBI recorded private Real Estate Boards. He has been
Police received acom- Powers' right to have his uttor. paying Rogero sums which to.
omersatlons, with attorneys in plaint that had president of his club, lieutenant ney present "at every stage of taled $11,000 In that year.
yesterday someone
r an electronically bugged room governor and governor of the the criminal procedure"
, I III of the St Lucle County I Jell at broken the glass over the weekend Florida Kiwanis District, and Powers' attorney sought an In.
Fort Pierce. In a juke box at the His and served on a number of international '
FTik'1i1ir junction, which was Issued by
i iI iI Hers Coin committees He has beena TejevIdnEditors !
The defendants are John Wes. Laundry on Tenth Judge Elbert P. Tuttle of the 5th
lei Davis 28; Joseph Lee Ved. Street, Nonh.JACKSONVILLE. Klwanlan for 43 years. U, S. Circuit Court of Apeals, ,

Circuit Judge Griffin Bell and ; Note-Jonathan Win.
I District Judge Lewis R. Mor. ters, a brilliant humorist and

Collier-Seminole Ninth In ran.The Injunction Is good until a often concept savage satirist of ,'ntemporarv, discusseshis

iHI I full appellate court can hear American humor. He writes for
Powers' appeal It prohibits police Cynthia Lown who Is on va a.
r from questioning Powers tlon.
a without his attorney present By JONATHAN WINTERS

L- I Attendance !In State Parks The judges said "Althoughthe For The Associated Press

, ,. tt:, :: Supreme Court has not thus NEW YORK (AP) For a
.,.,. .. far decided a case which holds time now, some television hu.
.. 'Ai I.' TALLAHASSEE Florida that this kind of Interrogation mor has been dominated by
1 . .I.."' ..,," n.r" .. t.'t HAHON COLLIER monument ( left) proudly faces Park Service has just completeda under these circumstances Is dim.wltt mothers, out.wit ted
', "Iwt; "I ,. ,.: visitors to the Collier Seminole State Talk as they banner year of attendance and subject to the injunctive process fathers and half.wlt Ideas.
." ..;;\ ?l" ' :.,: 11 . t ,t>\: lt,1;! 1 dine up the winding scenic drive from the park income, according to N.E. Miller, we believe that this court-when These characters, barked by

.. !' :",,'I : ," .. I : entiance! A turn to the right brinks visitors to Jr., State Park director. the case Is decided on the mer. teams of writers, working In re.
;.ftr':6 I :: Wffi'J1I. the A record number of 4,928,211 Us-may well construe the Su. lays, have one thing In commonno
and
I X ; camping picnic area (below) where visit.
P'f \f
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) \. ois from all parts come to vacation amid
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This was an Increase of more Jail awaiting a hearing on ex. emerge. It's called Improvtsa.
than (90,000 over the previous tradition to Florida for trial. He tlonal comedy and It'. based on

I r o, 1y year. was arrested In Houston at his trying without careful, slick
Wagner Jailed 3 Yanks Die Park revenue for the 12-month trailer sales firm four days aft. preparation get at the truth.
I period was also a record. The er the fclaylng People laugh because, In addl.
On $123,491 collected in state parks The 60.year.old Mossier was (ion to the humor, they rerog.
Felony RapJames e during the fiscal year was an found stabbed i death when his nine the truth.

In Red Increase of $77,880 over the wife returned to their Key Bis. I'm prejudiced In favor of Im.
E. Wagner, of Immoka- AmbushIn previous period. Crime apartment June 30. provlsatlonal comedy. A lot of
lee. U In the county jail heldon Overnight camping attendancewas people-Including some televl.

a felony charge following a another area In which records lion producers Insist that the

looting of the farm headquarters South VietSAIGON M6Is' were set.More than 623,. CriminalsBuy sort of humor I'm talking about
of Johnny Johnson near Im- 000 persons camped In Florida Finds is "skk" Funny thing Is there'sone

mokalee Sunday night. state parka during theyear; an Guns By Mail television show with a man
Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry's office South Viet Nam Increase of 26 per cent. who gets advice from a horse-
reported that the (AP-Three) more U.S. Army Ft Plckens State Park near CHICAGO (AP>-Police Supt. and they call this healthy?
taken the among theft property officer-a major and two cap. Pensacola lead other parks In O. W. Wilson says that a checkof Improvisational humor also is
by were
two tains-and 16 Vietnamese Rang overnight campers with a total records shows that In a three regarded, by some timid souls,
22-calber) rifles, one 12-gauge ITS were killed Monday In a I of 71,136. Hugh Taylor Birch month period 13 Chicagoansonce as "ton far out" for television?
shotgun, one table model radio Communist ambush on a highway ? ? Mate Park at Ft. Lauderdale arrested on murder What kind of person claims
and two head \light sets, belong. notorious for Such att.t lis. t topped all other parks In total charges had bought guns by we're 'too far out?" It's the
ing different individuals residing A U.S. enlisted l mall' and 21 attendance with 712,196 visitors. mall same guy you've heard saying,
at the headquarters. All the government troops 'vert wound. Florida Caverns State Park at Other mall ordor firearms "I never discuss politics orrelU
property has been recovered. oil 1 In the rain or lieav\ weapons Marianna recorded the most re. purchasers Included 58 persons glen" He's the same guy who
Report of the theft was madeto fire that the Viet Cong guprrll venue with 58708. arrested for robbery, 42 for bur. never discussed the race issue
the Immokalee office of the las pouted Into the Ibvehltle The Colller. emlnole State glary, 83 for carrying concealed But look at what's happening
Sheriffs Department Monday convoy 45:; miles north of Saigon. Park, located just east of Royal firearms inA 111 for assault now In that corner because of
early Sheriffs The amhush \occurred on Palm Hammock on U.S. Highway Wilson said Monday that police veers of brushing U unclet a
morning.
Deupty bloody Route 13, uhlih' con 41 was ninth in the number of got the Information from In. carpet of silence.
Don McCarty and Fred Worth 'nuts S.tlgnll1'111\ the Cambodl visitors and was ahead of 36 voice records supplied by a U.S. Humor, after all, Is just a refleitlon -
went to the scene of the crime an bonier 80 miles to the north. other parks In the state. It had a Senate subcommittee.Wilson I of the times In whichwe

and found car tracks of the suspected Five other Americans i cave l>een The Racial total of 34,525 overnight visitorsof said there Is nothing live. With the world today, a
thieves or thief. ktlh',111 imhuslies on the road SceneATLANTA which 34,338 were tent and police can do about such sales. small one, we an't afford NOTto
Returning to town they found a lii the petit t two \cirs. trailer campers. It also had 127,. discuss things any more.
car with tires matching treadsat The deaths Monday brought 001 day visitors for the period Television Is the place where

the scene, and then found the the totil of U.b. IIItllt.lrnlf'n Ga. (AP)-Bombs MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Ap>- (AP) Re. ending June 30, making a grand Lions ElectInternatIonal Improvisational humor can real.
stolen property hidden under a killed: In action in South VM and torches: have intermittentlyfed A three-judge federal panel has trial of a Ku Klux Wan bomb total of 161,326 visitors. I President ly grow, as audiences are be.
bed at the home of Wagner and Nam alive Dtiemlwr 1961 to racial discord In the South ordered Gov, George C. Wallaceand plot case will be held sometimein Income for the park during this ginning to get tired of accepting:
177 Another 983 Amei leans during seven long year. of grad. period of time was 21918.08 and
the arrest was made. the State Board of Educa. September, a federal prose. twenty or thirty hours of come.
hive been wounloil, III ..dlnll.I ual and often grudging change tlon to cease Interfering with cutor has announced. 13559.80 for the year before dy a week based on an unreal,
The names nl the latest segregation patterns school desegregation.The Assistant U.S. Attorney Wil. that.The unlikely group of hillbillies
Ann-man dead were withheld The targets have been housesof order Monday noticeably Ham J. Hamilton Jr. Mid Mon. grand total of visitors for cluck In the middle of Beverly
Barrett SpeaksTo In Saigon, but In Washingtonthe worship churches, synagogues -did not order statewide Integra day the exact date was not fixed the year 1902.63 at Colller-Sem. Hills when Peter Lawford Is
Army announced the death temples-4he homes of tlon. Instead, It: for the second court appearanceof tools was 131,132 and In 1931-62 ,. '. barred from an apartment In
ExchangitesOn In Viet Nam of Ma). Joseph W. ministers of integration lead Prevents Wallace, State four admitted Nansmen. was 139,916. the middle of Manhattan.

New York TripDr. Buikett, Sleihenvllle" Tex.: ers, and schools and businesses. School Supt, Austin Meadowsand Mistrials were declared for ,: r1A ;. ,. it Improvisation also Is pecu.:
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Oil' 13mT., IlitrtPld< Faettevllle \ From early 1937 when blasts other members of the State the four when a jury failed to '.. ', llarly suited 1 to television be.
William T. Barrett Jr., N.C., Hid c",>!. Richard went off at four Negro churchesand Board of Education from Inter. agree early this month. A fifth Ryan AppointedState < {'.i :aune It emphasizes the one
who has Just returned from at. M. Sroka Pueblo Colo. two ministers' homes in ferlng with any desegregation man was acquitted. quallt) that television presents
tending lectures at Columbia University A U.S. spokesman said thi'1'IIIVm Montgomery Ala., until September order a federal court might All were charged with vlolat. ChairmanOf ,/". best-spontaneity,
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In New York City, ad. wail parsing! through, 1963, there were no hand down. Ing the civil rights of a Negro '' '; I believe that humor based
dressed the Exchangites last rolling! lightly Jangled terrain bomb or fire fatalities.The Orders the Macon (TUske. boy by Intimidating him after a Advisory Body upon truth Is the only real hUt
on I a i routine m l.filnn when It worst of the violence federal judge had ordered him mor. A man Is a real humorist
night during their regular weekly gee) County School Board to of
meeting at the Beach Club. was !>stopped\ road mines. came last Sept. 15 in Blrmlng.'desegregate Immediately all to enroll In a previously all- William J. Ryan, manager out) It he' the creation of his

Dr. Barrett said that he was Volleys of lire' mured Into the ham, Ala. A stunning explosionblew four high school grades from white school.A Radio Station WNOG, recently .'. own wit and not only the wit of
seven t trucks four armored a big hole in the 16th bomb tore the child's elected treasurer of the Florida ; ; 14 writers lobe
greatly impressed with the lea the 9th to the 12th and at least up tog for week..
tures, attended by doctors from ears and five jeeps. Mont of the Street Baptist Church during one elementary grads In very house last February. Broadcasting Association, received And is for busing humor upon
all over the world. According toqarrett. casualties occurred In the first Sunday school, killing four Ne. school Defendants remaining art word this week that he had real. life. the only answer I have
the instructors show few minutes of the ambush U.S. gro girls and injuring a score of Reprimands the State board Robert Pittman Gentry, Barton been appointed chairman of the Is that, If you don't laugh, you'll
ed how, with the latest equip. SOURCES SAID. other persons. of Education for "falling/ the Griffin, Willie Eugene Wilson Florida Industry Advisory Com .... ':ry: Whiih .It better?
ment and the understanding of its The firelight lasted about an Fires and bombings had dwln. exercise of its control and and Donald Eugene SpegalCOLBERT mission.
hour, the Amerhan spokesman died again until the burning or' Claude M. leV II i : .1 Wl" hi' I Y.w'rhn ,
use, our eyes disclose what may supervision over the public The appointment by the Feder. J
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laid., Then the Communists attempted burning of eight Negro Kona a., \.is li"Hid 1 1','" totem 'if '
be with schools of this state to A geed Hendt with
wrong us, making a diagnosis use Communications Commission, .. ,..
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churches the 'ins n .
waist illlppd back Into the )Jungle.Dancer during past such: control and .. Ga. (AP) -Inveutlgators '
possible from the up. supervision ,,,
month in rural areas of Missirsippl is a civilian non-paying voluntary 4 th um ui,'I ''I'' "its "
Barrett anticipates having this troops and fighter to promote and encourage the sought today to learn if arm of the FCC, said Ryan, ire' Toronto (',in;idi,. July N I i aLLIYA'.
new equipment in Naples in the bombers. were tent to the area elimination of racial dlscrimina. a shooting incident Involving a line Inti ,, mi ",",II. vith .111111111
near future, he said. hut made no ontart with the at, Fires destroyed two rural tlon." Fort fierce man was linked to to set up communications, when I", tubers III 1 UI i.untrlrs I. ih, Auto Insurant
Combining business with pleasure tackers. churches near Kingston Miss, Prevents the state from us. the death of a Washington, D. and If needed, In an emergency. II .,rlci'i Im'Rent sentre Hub 'iif ,
he visited the World's Fair Aml'th'all sources !said! the only Monday. It was a church Ing public funds to support private C., Negro educator Ryan's responsibility during :,inlzullnn tee Of phone
alter the lectures. He commentedthat m.ljorlho was killed was the burning at Philadelphia, Miss, segregated schools A Negro Insurance ace n t such emergency will be to help Lion I Intei mil/ ",".,il < b. ,t Kerr CralJl'
he was particularly Impressed leiiini mllltan)' adviser In Blnh earlier that figured in the disappearance However the Injunction did Clarence Ellington of Fort set up communications within known for Iti many ,y"uthI'\, SEARNAIIESTEENAGE
Lour: Pfovlme and the hn rap of three clvll-rlghts Pierce, said he and his family grams, runimunity setap "jtrt
with the exhibits sponsored by not the state, Including broadcasts,
siaht "onmnutmniKtiv >
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talon were the Intelllitente old. workers on their way to visit the were shot at early on the morn. \ : r14
Industry. -Order statewide desegregation common carriers, ham operators and aid to the blind, lust v.n, i iLioni sTw:
"The Fair Is not expensive," itr 'lot the protlnt and a Ran scene of the blaze of schools, log before the slaying of Lemuel citizen's bands, and pub- Club around, I hi K!"br < !
said Barrett. "Nearly all the ex. get Ivlser to the V letnamesearim The predawn bombings after in -Prohibit state authoritiesfrom Penn 49.Penn lic service facilities '':mpletrd more than 4'NMMMI' ,ndnlclufll thface.a i. ...tarn"' '. Wsiart.. "
's 34th Bittahon. Montgomery came city was shot to death last community projcrtx .
hlblts are free Excellent food Is continuing to allocate -MKt"ewM r1wrA1!!' :
available at reasonable prices buses had been desegregatedunder funds for segregated schools.ule Saturday as lie drove along a.- .. ----
from many small stands,but don't a court ruling and followed Alabama's pupil place. sparsely settled route near hern.
expect an Inexpensive meal at Backs Into Parked a year-long bus boycottby ment law unconstitutional Ellington said his family was
some of the fancy restaurants.By Negroes The three judges-Richard shut at while driving through the MCLUFF
all means, don't miss the Car At Drive-Inn Georgia was shaken by more Rives of the 5th U.s. Circuit same vicinity. DANCE
bombs in 1961 within the
Fair. eight Court of Appeals and District Sheriff Dewey Seabraves said
When Theresa Lynn Barry, 18, first six months. Court Judges H. H. Grooms of the incident had not been r..
of 347 Central Avenue, backedout Then, In 1962, south Georgia Birmingham and Frank M. ported but he said police at near.
GMC INC.
of her parking place at the became the scene of violence Johnson of Montgomery- nade by Royston told him last month
Holbrook Gives Tropics Drive-Inn at 9:51 o'clock Within the next two weeks fire it clear that they will retain Ju. that a Negro had reported that Truck Parts Sat. July 18 II I
last night she did not realiaethat leveled four Negro churches In rlsdlctlon and may take further the tire of his car was shot out. -Service ,
Report On His there was a car behind her and the area. But these fires action "if such Interference... side Athens, about five miles
as a result struck the car which marked the only convictions in continues or occurs in the future from here. TEMPORARY
TrekCarl I
Los Angeles had been parked there by JackRedenbaugh. the arson and bombing raids .either directly or Indirectlythrough LOCATION

Holbrook, lieutenant gov. 17, of 287 Kelly Rd meted Seven-year to three prison men terms who plead.were the use of subtle coercion CALL THE NEWS FOR 42! Ninth S)., N. From 7:30 'til 12 Midnight I
Damage was estimated at
approximately RUBBER
ernor of Klwanls Division H, re.ported or outright Interferencewhen STAMPS
$29 to each car, ed guilty to one of the church I
the local school author. '
to Naples club members,
fires And white rest !
indignant
according to Officer James P. TAHITIAN COVEAUDITORIUM
ties to
are
attempting comply
meeting last night at Baroni'.on dents Joined in helping rebuild
who
the 49th International Convention Hayes madetheinvestigation with the desegregation orders of
for the Naples police Department the churches ALL UTILITIES
of the organization held recent. a federal courtTALLAHASSEE. 0
No one was Injured and no char. Bomb plagued Birmingham
11 in Los Angeles. Holbrook at. gee were filedPolice has recorded no fewer than 45 -. ARE METERED-
tended the convention as a dele. unsolved explosions during the

tat from the division. past 15 years. In the Montgomery (AP- Objec. 8th Street So. Naples
He reported that over 13,000 Get Man and Atlanta bombings, tors to the Civil Right Law WHY NOT GAS ? I

Klwanls attended and mapped out trials of white men accused of must resort to legal action"-not
Plans for Klwanls activities In After Hard ChaseJohn the crimes resulted In acquit. vIlence-to air their frlev. @
Metering hot to be the
IMS. proven FEATURINGNaples -
His covered resolu-
report arrested tali antes, Gov. Farris Bryant call
Johnson was after forgot
slat eccuro't to cho'
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a chase vacant lots Trop offer oil the
division through 'got you
and district and he said:
levels. Dates for caucuses, mid. late Sunday by Chief of Police REPTILE MUSIC "Legal action Is a proper out. odvontogt of m"t,.4 Mrvice Own Hometown Bands
winter conferences, and district, Ben Caurthers and Officer Jack Miami (UP) Dr. McFrrnr let for those who find dliigree. Coil ui today for detail

conventions were listed. Bliss. 'awe. p Mor ul Mndill prr ment with the terms of this new U
Plans formulated to Improve He Is charged/ with operating .t tense Church, ear 4n..n at thr law, and should be the path JESTERS
local club activities were also a a vehicle without i valid driver's "11 before ears.... ware to bee down which they move. THE ECHOS THE "

f+ pan of Holbrook's report. license and resisting arrest. and looked. big snake right "The problems that arise TROPIGASMl .
\ The report was concluded with the eye from the passage of the law can e
I the announcement that "Chuck" Kiwagls governor-elect of the the snake IIlt1ertd ./f ard ? best, and Indeed must bt faced: W Admission $1.00

I Roberts of Fort 1 Myers,formerly lortda District d ns'l I lieutenant. gorernurx,DlvlsfoaQ. Bud Holsomback was chosen r ''I" Iron .nod. Ihe organ's today on the front line of detr .
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T V TO OPERA Mary Costa. who fret became Called Spira.Park. the new proposal combines concrete spirals-one up and one down-with crossovers at each OOL VTLKThis:: pretty miss caused some distractionin
I known, tothe public via' TVCommerclal. poiet at the Met. level With parking stalls on both sides of the one.way lanes a three.loop Spira.Park can house 460 cars a fceven.looper Rome-where it can get pretty hot when she decidedto
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( i "MALL"' HELP INAxITCI)
') (' exchange notes' that in PlAZA BEAUTY: SALON I/ .IylOn Cnve Laundry I lI.droo hyirs 'urt' shod
: 7 .; Cull MI ,.U If
i Institutions held about 12.7 IU. I r Tamiaml' Trail.
: : cent of the stock listed It Midway' 1"21Boah.Motor.
( on ,
21-lott & Found For Rent
In) 1963 held 20 per rent.

.. traces moat of that growth' 8aala, Hound Dog Lett I.bo"n I. Room lor Workiim M.n. S.aMrt
Acces. Praiton Tultla. 111 lOIN,
assets of these sa\ and whita with black Aol South Naplat. CIa.
.
epochs Annwrn 10 INC .m.
p concerns. In the years be. 7/14 'l
el Prggy If found arewundis
VI 1941 and 1963 the output BRUNK SMITH t van Mrs Watitick nit. ?

and services in the na- flOAT CHRIS CRAFT BROKERAGE SALES :ida,"Ml fl"Z6:1v.: N.PI"'Jr. ,It '4-Trade or Sell

Increased b>' 160 per rent "' .11 t, .... I' ,' k
the assets of the six main M I Oamala Cub Cr Clean "0 ., f,,, '.,
.. : Raducad to t. 'JOM 23-Misc. For Sale I> c.," MI I II
.. 1. !) of saving institutions : I Cantury Sfcl Boat Fail
- 1 : as follows life insurance }2> H P. Gray 12 m
-.S P1' 22 Owana. Cub Cr Sharp 12Glatt w.,, ou.. AV.llobl. 40070.I. 57-Houses For Site
*j 198 per cent; mutual 0 Bd Both II.ISO proal and H urn can. pool
banks 172 per rent; save 26 Ch,.. Craft Twin SerawFith Nob.k Coop Boo 1157. Nlpl. Will. I.d. .qu." i''i Laka p..khau.
C, RIel. Daplh F fl. Ml ? 4I4< 7/14
twtl .. for lAnd ,
ii (four
City
and loan associations 973 E.I' 13,500 Of
Many "
Call Ml 2 4291
rent 2'' COns Craft Cib Cr Twin. Round I 5q.eraarSnslOn,5All Iv l/tlf
corporate pension
r ; ; S.,... SI 4 Pr HeadOaIie mat. ft colon Can baboua.nl Complr.ti.lv,, Furn.thrd watar
1,233 per cent' ; state and Priced low |3.I9S : taparata or BAIIO' dal.n.d front CBS Homo Ac tao to
government pension funds 111 Chru' CPaII Sporttmanaa and initallrtf Phrma for gulf H ev.nsacyc Ioaiicanli. .
Skill, H lap IUOO 4,.. r.Imatl, STONtCRAFT .
tionlng Organ Rvfnirratortratiar
per cent; and mutual funds< lab Martin, Ml 2 jm .INDUSTRIES ellica Ml 21792cr built n tanga and oven
per cent 7,1211 R.. Ml 24HS S/H 101 wnthar, and dry" Seawall withins ;

all this in lit bound shoot 1041 MJ07I ,
rolling _
money ,
COAT FOR SALE!: FOR SALE!: ? NI
tfr1 institutions have Invested II' Lx'.." ,u".boul 100 hp 1 hot Tappan TSR 21 rioctr'
billion in corporate bonds, Groy.'bo..d L,,,. bail. wall, Rulr.grrntor (Utad) 140 00 Ph HOMES BV STONE
..Iro. MOO 00 Sao Dufca Tarn 1041 1 755 7112
some $82.4 billion In torn .r. Ml I22M ____?/" 9t! 1150 DOWN mnvrt qualiliadbuyar .
NEW I BH Now. Only
: stocks listed on (the ex. in
26-Personal ona availablr. M ii liurry!!'
e. This big demand, the BOAT fOR SAL!: nIna O $'b par month
) allows, "may have con II It Kauffnen bo.t. n lorso ALCOHOLICS ANONIMOUS""' buys 3 RN.t, ''in homa on
,
pw.r JNn.on wIO H.evy Ma 0' wom.n w"h" drink/n5/ Palmatto CI oil Kally Rd.
to stock
higher prices" .
duly trail,, wiIN' lop end all
--- .-- . probiamt Ask for hIp by call INSPECT! our liva homat now
,,.. .. MunI sell b.ease
the war but it it's "
says 01 sickri.n. $ISO 00 Cuh, 1,5 inMII4) l Viaitort. cordially. under conttruclion on llth Ava
to measure the real ex. lass u. Arpnt. "o.d. MlS I walcamad, Maatingi. ,in F,nt. So balwaan ill 4 SIN S'lpricad
of 2534. 7/10.31 eepliel Church Anna en Unit Iron 114"ISO to 111990
their Influence.
: __ .. at l 7lh Aol avary Taos end with, good I.rmn
Fn nghl' at I 10 P M MR HANDY MAN If you can
---- .. -. Business Oppi. do your own. painting rltetrl' .
-
sal m..on' 0' I I.nd..p.nl.Ic .
REST APPRECIATED on foot, the many vtell-maiked: trails and dirt Offering 13-Services OfferedA thi>" 10. ut bout allowmitoward .

I roads that wander through the Adirondacks are a nature lo\er's Halves Good lUll.NUS,En. b OPPORTUNITY a.in.s. for sala. suck': cools, On a new your Nme.downp.yinonl

paradise _____________ Cel.rhvs Lunch Tuc Must A Palnlmi Company Can WILLIAM B STONE INC
. Pins'
n.ll Cell 1041 HJU 0''I 231?. aral, Painting/ P ''r BtnlrirrttOTrnlh
49 Cents 7/14,51 ebb summer ratal. Ml i loll XI t North Ml 7 SMI

I JIIUI _ _ _ _ _ IALLItO
N.M. (AP) 13-Help Want Female PHIl/A'SROKLRSOwn.
off-beat travel topics . News From coin shortage Is so severe Do you nceil your house ., wool It" th,.. b.droonn

; that one bank is Colorad girl to baby tit. and painted or uny type of furmturf 2 balM home ..n THE MOOR,
I do claaning I S5,1w..bPNona I NOI r..I..1 hoot md d.
County RecordsCHANCERY a bargain on the Ml 2S4JI balara I or ? Tall M no. MM-. Cor.dln.''iii'. 'MP.ton. lNr.uN
half dollar *, l/s" old .0 .pl 7 b.d'lIo" Corn
Kennedy in !.IL
an __ l,3t
!
8.r.8J( ; 7/I
WRY pl.t. k.l< IOn .nclud"'l disposal
t to beef up the supply and d..hw..h" Ntc, ,, ...n.d
Itt ? tom FEMALE HELP WANTED T,''..'0 110.' .
taptu DOCKET First National Dank of Cnylon Cows LendryWilrsas IM/. ,um'naj bv r CH A f"DUSTRIES IN. r.O'Ch pAvpd dllv..t. .odd.d
Z 410.
PhO' MI ellen
and said it was selling Mjchma, .crubalnppini w..
Naples Federal Savings wantad for mack bar 5 PM S/SIl/
..
Loan Association vs Earl E, new SO cent pieces for 49 and lounga. Mutt ba 21 yrt MI and ra commarcial.1 I and poliah' 01"ratidintial ..

Dales and Ruby G. Bales . ,' each with a limit of six IU92 _ __---S/loll.!. :. Ml 2 J7J2. Rtt Ml 4In. Twalva ACre North Carolina

foreclosure. customer. Im.\Ot\ Mountain Homa. Two ItoryHarn
.
Savior Baauty Oparator to man.aga Two fruit eallarAxorlad :
By Anne L. Bowes H.W. Perrlns vs Gene M. only catch was that the Baauty Shop Good oppor.tunity Fruit Uory, t....r Abundant
Davies and Delores Ann Davies price must be paid in to right parton Midway 38-Aulot For Sale Spring Walar: EiquittaViawl .
.
, 7/14051! ,
UI .. ,....-... . foreclosure. and nlckles. .31 land North Ban 4t Carolina. LMIIa Swttar" 14.31

In the High Peaks region of via Route 9 to Ellzabethtown. Rosemarie E. Sheffield vs 14-H.lp Wanted Mal flood I 19 S4 Chary aicond 4 car Or Ml SIt l I (OHHI Trim.

the Adirondack Mountains, It's Here turn right (west) on Rt. James W. Sheffield . divorce. ) // 59-Acreage

the summitof 9N for ten miles of Joan Beverly Williams vs }
drive mountain
rugged
possible to to Flue-Cured .
F) a DISTRISSI' Ow"Prs
Glendal Williams Ufa Guard peer around work I tin? ThundarbirdHardlop
Whiteface, a 4,872-foot peak. scenery. The High Peaks Wayne Eity banafitt Apply I Naplat' Racraation H Power window taatt. let mon.y'' 10 .c..o 1650 tol.1
dlvorre. Oapl. Mil 3SM lit IfSerapar lory air cond,t,onm| Low mile. price CIlwr Counly R..I E.
Anyone suffering from summer rise up on all sides with Mt. Jessie Lee Magulre vs Roger Markets .|. Ml 24194 altar I PM lala Ml I Sill Opus Sun..y.IIlO. .

heat will quickly be refreshed, Marcy dominating them. The Harold Maguire . divorce. 29 Oparator wantad forD 411' II ."

both by the view and the temper.valley Itself presents a pleasant Petition for adoption of Terri Open July B L Barral ta 14. Eiparlanoad EVERYBODY LIKES A WINNER '
( actions."U only' Apply 'In parton at MURE ARE 1 FOR YOU IbM: F.SIIES
ature. The Whiteface Mountain contrast with its fertile green Lynn Zimmerman adoption.| (AP) State Marco Itland E: I f Inc Mr TO CHOOSE PROM

Authority maintains a full register fields and white birch forests. James W. Matthews vs Ruth Commissioner Doy Potay "10.31 Wn 1962 Falcon AT, 45. I IPat D.lu.a tIe THE MOORINGS 1419! M

of weather Instruments which From Keene Valley over half Pearl Matthews . divorce. Conner has authorized Flor. A' GOOD 1cI CAR ROCK HARIIOR 1200000

are of Interest to the visitor. of the major Adirondack mountains flue-cured! tobacco markets 15-Sales Help Wanted Ins I 17-PRICED M.lch.ll' RIGHT Boat tO HPangina PINE, RIDGE 11000 00

Some of the highest winds In can be seen with their COMMON LAW DOCKET on Wednesday! July 29. Exparlancad Car Salesmen, Salary ,. Boat trailar. included ROYAL HARBOR l" 0 M
200 miles of trails Naples Ventures, Inc. vs Carson '. flue.cured types of plus Cammeuin. lor quail Sum.... .it hara |1MII9bl
been recorded
the nation have threading Inlarnalional, I cyl 1 long
Dlnaburg and Ethel Dlna url totaled this .d man Apply in partnn Assoc.abs
12,700 acres whaal ba>.. cab and chuniibuit
the forests. It Is aSwlss- COAST
here. On clear days, one can among GULF MOTORS Lucilla Out Vugil Marcum
. suit for Judgment. and a crop of slightly 1121 tin Avo South lor larm truck $113100
see Montreal Canada 100 miles like setting of meadows and 1/no. It BUY IT RIGHT
,
Troplgas.Inc., vs E.P. Elaine.. 20 million pounds Is ant Id. LUFF CMC INC DEwEVToLLYREALTY
away, the St. Lawrence River, mountains. suit for judgement. Last year's crop totaled 411) 91H SI N MI I 1770ThS
Car talatman' 21 '0. Enarlanca .. .
Lake Placid plus countless other. Upon Intersecting Rt. 73, turn Bank of Naples vs Cecil Davis acres and 2S.8 million halptul a"bul not ....... 10144Mobile

bodies of water, south for Schroon Lake, named . unpaid promissory note. lial Saal' the most popular d ron
Homes
for the Paul Scarron's widow Fred C. Bauchens MertonW. lha martial Eicallant pay Corner of Itt Ava! Uo a,
Along the mountain toll road, poet vs .. U.. of company car T.'... .m. Tre.1
you pass North Pole,N.Y.,where ,who became Queen of F ranee Whitney and Marilyn L. Whit. Hotpilalnation ". ,, Vaca MI! HM
PUBLIC NOTICI lion. with Sio Stan Shuartolal
pay .. 10'0'Clo..d \
I9U N. Moon
-
Santa Claus has his workshop. with Louis XIV. After a look at ney, d.b.a M& M Marina . .I.. In.ne5.r. I"ram CN.v. I In .crton.d poch 80 SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
this would do upald promissory note. 7/14 If oils Spninin Aii5Irn PaPli55'I ACREAGE
Children find It great fun to talk pretty place, you !: COUNTY JUDGE'S!: COURT ",I., park 1/1.701 localeS
NOW I aero 'tract
with St. Nick in the middle of the well to turn east on 73 again MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED fLORIDA.FOR COLLIER IN PROBATE COUNTY, Iffl'UtI.II4tY' lutl cno mila Irom U I 41

summer. for Fort Tlconderoga. It was Alan Gifford Rivers I and Betty mattar of fl attata ol: RENEW rowDRim'SLMNSl-...;. I 45-Trailen For Rent your Driva own on lo car thit and properly compara with.it

Winding gently down the mountain associated with early history of JtHii lu"II! ( (' lon. I. oct MMTS. ''' C McINTOSH Dacaatad f r'c73 agamtt' any olharl Only lit
. T.ler. II a .....k, mull TV down lull l'9J For
prica
the north-east because of
continue on Rt. 86, then 9N its Richard Arnold Bishop and Lola NOTICE craditort!: TO of tha CREDITORS attata of f.. DURING YOUR 4BIRTHMONTH1" .. 110 a .....k S pacs II a aob. lurthar olormIie05.01.l

(the "Pok- 'Moonshine Highway" strategic situation between Lake Ann Jernlgan, Immokalee. C Mclntoth dacaaiad I,. -. Rock Cr..k T..oIar ParS D T n:40n ,, ". IncMldwey
1/7511 ; P 0 Boa I/I
,
and notiliad and d to Ma
Champlain The .qur.
) to Ausable Chasm. In a LakeGeorge. Hanson Koliinxori) ;. Jr.,Orl.u! ,,". claim. or d.m.nd. which, they

matter of two hours, It's pos- first settler came In 1764, and ant, Jowpht'<' Glcii Roll.ill.'\ N.v..s.n.t.,. .,d ..,eIIfl' tha PUBLIC NOTICE 48-Apti. For Rent TRAIL FRONTAGE:
ol tha of Col
County Judg
sible to go from almost a mile the Fort saw Its greatest activity Napt'li.!' I, County. Florida, in INC Court 10, acres nigh 4 dry land 'vmilat

high In the sky to a depth of around 1777. Today, drills Timothy Alois Daugherty and : .at from Naplat tha. Florida data of, within lha, firal,am IN THE: COUNTY JUDGES COUNT 'red..I"d. "p..lm.1a LOWE' from* SICK eourtrtouta, 41) sin MAR Ava

200 feet In the earth. The Aus- and action are re-enactedforvl- Karen Jean Capelle, Naples.WEATHER of thia" "01..... Each claim. IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTYFLORIDA naar.''t.J.t "a I shoppini b.dns Yearly Furs South Ml t UII\ /2.1/

sitors and the Fort Museum holds . must b. 'In writing and IN PROBATE monlhly J iliaC 6"111
able River has worn a can- or
away atata iNs piaca ratidanca No 7tJ Real Estate
:: 65-Gen.
yon nearly two miles long. Thereare many valuable relics. This sum post offica addrati tha claim, In RE Etlata of 1 BEDROOM UNPURM4HID
and mutt b. iworn to by the APT OREIN ACHES Ml
JOHN
trails,bridges, stairways and mer will be specially interest N', afant or hit eli,,,' IWANOWJKIDaeaattd. > 7''*'"' 6/lOll'- 1130 Uth S,. Na. Nawar t
as It marks the 200th Anniversary will, bacoma vO U according' to NOTICE TO CREDITORS
railings for the tourist,but more ing To All Craditora. ind AM PartonaHaving liD bdrm- 180 1100 Ellicianciat. kadroom I bath ailro loll..
Furs I apt
exciting Is the boat trip right of the Village of Tlcon By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS :. FIRST W4 NATIONAL BANK Claims or Oamandi Agamtt. TV Air" Cond Mi 4lh ,InUnlily, '0'9. Florida room,

exciting Is the boat trip right deroga. Hlch Low Pr. ; FORT MVfRS laid EtlataYou ara 'fiaraby notifiaa, ) and raSuirad Ava So Ml' 1449man good. lor090, carport. Hoar

the and deep SCENIC ROUTEA Albany, cloudy 71 63! .16 ALLAN L DECKER 10 pratanl I any Claims .nd 2 b.doom '",n..h.d .I..ne, Uol Pork School, SI 9,600,
rapids
through
gorge E..cuto, of tha Ettala of = which, 'Nuns .pl No serNililr.n, 1041
of the river. At one point, the very scenic road takes you Albuquerque, lear 80 60 ,." C Mclntoth' dacaatad againtt: :IN attata ol you John may Iwanowtkidacaatad 7 illS or MI I aqn 4/111 6S1 lit* A... So. Ibodroon.' ,

stream narrows to 13 feet witha south to Lake George(Rn.9N&8)), Atlanta, rlear 81 64 14, II. 21, Auf 4, 19M can lata lha of' County Macamb Jud.CountyMichigan .. ofColliar p un".d I b.dOO" aferl 2 hath, I of,. porch a or ago.
to
Blsmank' clear 84 57 Hail living room k,Ichan Haol &
Air. 19800. C..hS900.
passing pretty places like Sabbath County, and tile tha aamaIn
depth of 60 feet. COUNTY JUDQE COURT and bath, Ml 1 1691 7/15,14,
Boise clear 93 61 .
Down l
duplicata and at providad intaction $125. par "month
Day Point, Tongue Mountain Boston cloudy 62 60 .10 FOR FLORIDA COLLIER COUNTY M) l IS, Florida. ...Iut... Inthair Eli...."..... Day. Wtok. 0'M.n'h with toa and 'Ins ,"A.
,
LAKE and Bolton Landing. This IN PROBATE oflicaa. I In tha County Court. .IIRIS' MOT I LI MI
DC Buffalo, clear 74 58 .27 houta in Colic, County Floridawithin 2230? 0' 1041 IIIU
Only three miles from Ausa- last town Is the best point fora Chicago, clearCincinnati 73 60 .07 ) ESTATE L McSWAINOacaatad OF ti.> calOn' dar montha iron 1672 J.w.l B.. Ave W..,",.

ble Chasm lies Lake Champlain, boat ride, preferably throughThe clear "M ol INS, erIN lima' ,of tama tha firtt will,publication ba barradOatad hara SAME SHORES AI'TSnih !!. front. taowoll/ control hoot t

the eastern edge of the Adiron- Narrows and around to Paradise Cleveland, cloudy 73 53 NOTICE crtditort TO of CREDITORS the attata of at Miami. Florida, INs }4th MI I 1451 air, :J kodroamt 2 kof,
day, of Juna AD IH4LAURA "..41 sod AreeaAal porch garooo. $14,950. "Moving ,
the loveliest L McSWAIN' S"ease S. ara
Denver clear ;
Bay on 9l9!
dack State Forest Preserve.,. spot "01".41" and raquirad, to Mo IWANOWSKI mulf .. //I.
Since are so near It Is the Lake. Camping and picnicking Des Moines, cloudy 78 61 ', damandt w Ai AdmimatratarAa I C 2 bOd room eplnr5's .y'It..h.d
II.lhl
you :: .r. EiacutrnFlnl hSlsardolpN
the Detroit cloudy 74 60 .00 attata ,in ;,:: .P toil Mandarin Rd.. :] .
of bodroom
worth the drive over to view NewYork's are permitted on numer- INS of Colliar' publication tliit "01." an Call P I -
County Judja
ous Islands, and water Is so clean Fairbanks, clear 74 52 ; : Florida' m lha Courthouaa at INc SOIlS Ca of June, hIMROSIRT Fuller o fl.... 1041 t. :2 bolhi, central' hot
At Port
lake. iA THOMPSON' 794' R. MI S SUbi.7S. .
largest .. wilhm. caiandar' 2 & .
Florida lie oIl porch
Fort Worth clear 92 64 Eerpori.Asnecv
.
be drunk without ; Attornay t.* I If
Kent there are ferries and boats It may boiling. mom II,. Sell 0' Ih. I..t Ha
Helena clear 85 56 525 Osanle Ave morlgooo laling caati.
.. of thia. notica Each
available, Lake Georgltes pride themselves Honolulu clear 86 73 0' demand mu.I .. in. writ Coral 0.51.5. PlaFi.d $1, $00. Dawn. $11,400. .M v
on keeping it clear' m uIDtaIS tha place of Ju1.t 14. IU4 /.t'rnniii' Weakly 0' Menlo one Muif Sell/
Now you begin your southward green Indianapolis, cloudy 71Jacksonville 58 and P.nI Off'.addrai* AICHA"I.I.. 'TANLEY .{ 7/IS If

return through the Adirondacks and pure. Special sanitation clear 91 72 ,54 laimant and mutt ba sworn. "d'T.
ly DoanngJuna US OlIn S'. Na. :1 aadr.ama.
squads enforce sewag laws and III. CI..m.nl.. ft's ...nl 0' los. EBB TIDE APTHWaakly ,
Juneau clear 65 44
or il will, become void loVjiy I both flraploca,
>. 14 Si. INS JtlH torpart,
navigation.The Kansas City, clear 82 69 I. law. Monthly SaatcnModarn goad tnvoilmanf.. S 12 SO.HO ,
II ANNA L McSWAINE furm.had affieianiiat ,
Youth Faces Two town of Lake George Itself / /
Los Angeles cloudy 88 62 aeutr. of thaEttata 'IN CIRCUIT: COURT TWELFTH bedroom aptt
Is best avoided. Drive Louisville clear 7716! of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, COLLIER' COolly Fid E Naplat' Uth A.... S. Aqualono.
Car Theft ChargesTwo ANSEL L McSWAIN.Dacaatad COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDAIN 7/1II 2 bedrooms 2: bosh
through It only to better appre- Memphis, clear 78 60 CHANCERY tanirilhoof $

charges of car theft face ciate the silence and splendor of Miami, clear 87 73 7 .14 21 ?l. IH4 dOS JOY JAY N. 1011 AI'T. FOR REFIT Ironf. oV$J1J60.air ".9.. walor.

James White 19 of Naples, hlef Nature. The bevy of motels, Milwaukee clear 66 57 .46 Pleirtiff Air CO"d'"on.d' 'un..ftlel. iffici.ncy
,
COUNTY JUOOE COURT' I. rca end
of Police Ben S. Caruthers said drive-Ins gift shops are bad Mpls..St.P., clear 84 59 FOR COLLIER COUNTY. ROS lIfT, v.JAY Die' Slut : per o'nc" MId, 971 I liii, S. N., :3k..........,

of of but here will find New Orleans, cloud)' 83 68 .19 FLORIDA 0trtMtnfNOTICE w.y 16190 2 katht, larga parch, faroga.hoot : .
today as the result taking enough, you
PROBATE NO __
OF SUIT' ,
New York cloudy 67 M 1.08 Le aiy condilionad allie ancy a. air. $17,500. $100.
weekend. Seminoles wrestling alligators THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TORobart .
.
two cars over the N Naplat SuilaSIs I adultMO
dear 88 $I1S.
Okla. City 62 Ettata of Down month with
in whota addrail' i. tee
Mo I fl't
On Saturday night young White Jungle lands, million-dollar Omaha, clear 81 63 GRACE Q OTIS un.no.." or Ml, 12117 yaarlo MI tAr I''. .> '"I. FHA. Na elating' (?,.,

reportedly took a 1958 Chevrolet beaches and chimpanzees ridingin Philadelphia, lear 69! M M TO CRED'TORS saul You hat.'Sean. hartby Mad, aga not ,fiad ntt you that for t APT FOR RINT

belonging to Charles Holt which baby carriages. Grit your Phoenix dear 103 82 craditort of the allah of Divorca ..n INC abova antitlad ciuta Nice, 1 badroam Apt Unlurnnh Ollth SI..N... 1 .kadroom..
: !: 0 OTIS dec....5 art and you ara haraby raquirad tatarva ad with atava 4 '"',.. Carport 2 ao.ht $|1.JOO. Do.... MevRi9hf ;
was parked at the Tropics Drive teeth and carry on. On Rt. 91., Pittsburgh
Inn with In the car It Just up the other (east) side of Ptlnd, Me., rain 84'17 ..", or damand .which thay dma and addrati appaar haraon. mar aaarhn 00 far queiif5'heg.
keys agaixat ta'4 attata in INs your writlan dalantaa if any. to month 0 ar.oun: Randolph $ 107. month with ta> and. Ins!
was recovered yesterday at Vanderbilt the Lake you'll recover. Pt11d, Ore., rain 82 8 ,Ol : .f IllS County Judga of Col, INC kill .f ocmpiamt in laid. au" Fuller, Naaltor ? ]MI.

Beach, stuck In the sand. About three miles north a road Rapid Clt> \buds 95!! 69 Florida..... ,.. Florida within, 5.in. (Ea.l II) calan Na- copy of which an or n balora,dalivarad July 24 to A youharawitfl 0. 7/711 Let 25, Black 9, Repel H....,

the mountainside Richmond loath 84 69 1.04 from INC data of INC overlooking bay, aaowall.,
according to bears sharp right up ::: :
Sunday night, St. Louis, loud} 7S 63 publication of Ibis Notica, IH4Maram. fait, not or decree pro ton.faiao 49-Home For Rent Caif S8, 500. aocrlfica S6.'ISO.
Chief Caruthers White took a to Top 0 the Worldon tuck claim' or damand" mutt will ba antaral agamat you 0..
Lk. Clt rain 9't 69 T lu.n boon'
Salt
?", writing and mutt slate tho for INc rahaf prayed iff tIll Ill olcomplaint t b.d,00n
Ford ranchero belonging to W.E. French Mountain. The view Sal Diego, -loufly 78 63 of ....dnce and peal offica canal .with. attICs lo Gulf.7HtIUD M'' Let 14 17m Ava. Sa. A.,.

Frank front a local marina. It over Lake George U quite spec- GO."::3 of the claimant and" mutt Toe natura of eeC'' Mil ,..". for i oy ... (ana, wolarl.n., Cotl $7.300.
Bar loud HI.
. .. ..., .!, Fran. ) b.sw.rn to by the claimant. los D.vo. 1110. N, .0.. .." '" '-n .



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