Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: July 15, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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flA. HSTORY'Weather\ ,

Partly cloudy and Outlook warm today and i D TIDES Kith Low i

Thurodiy with widely scattered afIcrnoon Qb N 8 UJ rtJ. a a.m. p.m. I.m. p M.4M .

eho+pera Low tonight in t o i er vial I6 Juh a : C:" 1030< IMtI

the 70s. High Thursday mid 99.. QUnt JuI \ 5:00 HtIS UlK

hour.Easterly Mnds 10 to 20 miles 1ft. id 1"5\1 fir Mart

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Going Up Weigh Using ReserveNaples

; Announce Winners *

j In Greater Naples *** May Hold

S Fishing Tournament *

Winners of the fourth annual Mooring Line Drive, Naples, IS*

Greater Naples Fishing Tourna pounds 7 ounces, caught and registered '> l r. Line On Tax Rate
ment were announced today by at Naples Pier June 22. ::
the three division sponsors of the SNAPPER; First place, Ver-
non Vickers 844 Carlton St., it i '''' ..
contest -- the City of Naples )..3k- '

Recreation Department for local Naples, 51/2 pounds, caught June ..,..+.e., ...-.....- -- -- ...-.... .. It is probable that City Council ed not to disturb: the reserve Increase will come In the bud-
contestants the Greater Naples 12th in Shell Bay and registeredat ;Ie" ."..... Mil dip Into the City' grow- and agreed that It would not be get. An overdue depreciation
g Chamber of Commerce for out Skipper's Marina; second, M..." lit; cash reserves, rather than used In the future except'' to reduce Ui buildings and! equipment Is
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of county participants, and the Kaye Cowing 5 Bamboo Dr.,Naples -. ( ' raise taxes to finance what U or hold the line on the mill- taking effect with the 1964 tax
Naples Jaybees for anglers 13 5 pounds 7 oz., caught .. : ,"' .. ..... .. expected to be an Increased bud- age rare Council reduced ad roll, and the loss If not quite
years old and younger. June 10th in Gordon Pass and ,,\ the fiscal valorem half-mill last offset h
taxes a
S get coming year. : ) new construction
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The local winners announcedby registered at Boat Haven. '';'....,,,...,.J,) ..., ._ -. .... '1:: ", The cash reserve originated year with a hold-the'line budget "We were looking ahead to
the Recreation Department SHEEPSHEAD: First, Ruby ." '" ... "cash of about and in this
... .. ...., as a carryover" a good-sized increase depreciation last year whenwe
Ire: K. Und, 1124 Trail Dr., Naples ''': "' '" ; ;. G.Wi $120,000 which resulted from the tax roll.There decided' not to distu I'll the cash
GROUPER: First prize Russell 3 pounds, caught June 21st atDoctor's ";;fl : .. hwlf: I a tvto-nilll levy for capital Improvements are piellmlnary Indications cm i yover" Mayoirchle Turner -

Reitz, 1545 Third St. So.. Pass and registered at ._ . .. : ..,. . tA. .. during the 1962-63 that this the tax explained this morning. "We
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Naples 11 pounds caught In the Boar Haven; second, Mrs. E, fiscal Council decided knew It "
not In
year. roll will hold the line and the might come handy.
THC ROYAL PALM CLUB, going stories which will provide
Gulf June 27th and registeredat Schubert 1123 Mllano Dr., Naples up to spend the In light of The said there is a
money mayor
12 ; of the latest additions to dot the Gulf shore line
2 apartments is one
Skipper's Marina second 3/4 pounds, caught In
; passage of the $2,000,000( bond "very good !possibility"! that
prize Al Weiss, 735 First Ave. Cordon Pass May 21st and registered in Naples. Woodward find Metseteau are the developers and Mar. Issue in March, 1963. Council will hold the line on the
No., Naples 3 pounds 5 ounces, at Boat Haven. hoofer Construction Co., is the contractor on the $800,000 project The Since then, the cash reserve Conboy Suit tax rile for I 1964-65 by using plrt
caught and registered at Naples POMPANO: First Don Cra co-operative are expected to be ready for occupancy No- has been making money In varIous of the cash reserve. Puthedescilhed -
Pier May 21st.MACKERELi. mer, 683 14th Ave. So., Naples, vember 1. apartments (NEWS photo) financial Institutions, and May Be AppealedBy any hopes of reduced taxes

First prize 2 3/4 pounds caught in Gordon ', <<' " Is listed on the City's latest as "premature at this time"
Louis 0. Hack 1174 Lastrada Pass June 20th and registeredat V. financial report as more than The new budget Is: being assembled -

Lane, Naples 3 pounds 5 ounces M & M Marina; second, 130000.. Currently (the City DevelopersDevelopers and prepared now under
caught and registered at Naples Michael Mern. PjO. Box 2. Naples Is taking In more money than It the direction of City Manager
of Walr.Iront
Pier July 2nd; second,DJ?. 2 pounds, caught and registered Is spending and the reserve sulnllvisions Naples are consider Vince Wood. It will be In Coun-
Parker 2615 Andrew Drive, Naples at Naples Pier May *na a could grow to upwards of $170 Ing appealing Judge Archie cil's hands by the first of next

1 pound 13 ounces, caughtand 19th. 000 wlihln the next few months Odom's decision! announced\ \ yesterday month and Council will spend
registered at the .Pier May SNOOK First, John H. Gor- e, t4f Last summer Council decide thai 1nvdldatedtheCity's most of August: reviewing the
26th. batch Bonita Shores, 27 5/8 ubmergod-laiid ordinances and managers recommended flXu -
REDFISH: First Donna L. pounds, caught In Wiggins Pass consequent cost racia. i es. The budget will he made
Hatley 1272 12th Ave. No.. Naples May 26th and registered at Ho- Around The contracts over which no public the first of September
12 pounds 8 ounces, caught gue's Gulf Coast Fishing Camp; legal! objection! had been filed 1
and registered at Naples Pier, second, Gregg Iversen, 1045 + for eight year, were attacked.l
May 19th; second, Thomas J. Eighth Ave. So.. Naples 23 In 1062 by Vincent 11. Conboy. Castro Closing' \I!!

Burns, 230 10th Ave. So., Naples pounds 4 oz., caught In the Gor- the He protested subdivision the developer tax break by given the Last Avenue Of
don River Canal 1st and tf
91/4 pounds, caught In Wig-
City, and after two years, Con. Cuban
gins Pass May 19th and registered registered at Naples Pier. The boy won out on the Circuit Court EscapeMIAMI
at Hogue's Gulf Coast Fish JEWF1SH Clifford Gowing, 5 level AP Oneofth Int..
Camp. Bamboo Dr., Naples. 101/2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Defendants, namely the City, era|'" mcdt lor refugees from
TROUT: Flrst.FrankDowler, pounds, caught in Gordon Pass Port Royal, Royal Harbor, The Ciilw-rislilm touts may he
Box 92, Goodland, 51/4 pounds, May 28th and registered at Boat BERLIN (AP)-The U.S. Moorings, and Aqualane: Shore*, coaled off 11new regulation
caught In Big Marco Pass, June Haven Army says It has lodged a have 10 day after signing of requiring Fidel Castro guard to
22, and registered at Drop An- SPECIAL AWARDS under "strong protest" with Soviet au. the final decree (prutiuhly this accompany fishermen, a newly
thorltles over the Mapping of an ) file a notice for re. arrived exile laid today.
chor Trailer Park Second. Al paragraph ;3-k of the tournament weekendJo
; jules are 'awarded this American officer: by *u East tll!.rr.1&, :, and 0""'. day' tolllto: : iv. SeWJKWiM laid 4fmt under the
Westenberg Rt. 1, Dox 699, Bonlta being
Cerman border guard appeal. City Attorney David new docree "trusted commun.
(Collier County), 5 pounds, year tot Mrs. Betty Rowden The officer, who was not (Idnn. Splnpler so Informed City Conn 1st*" will accompany) fishermen
caught In Wiggins Pass May 25th 601 Fourth Ave. No., Naples ,, r ..i.i1Mnw titled, followed standing Inatruc. ell this morning. lining: to sea to prevent their e..
and registered at Hogue's Gulf who June 17th at Wiggins Pass lions and did not retaliate, an cape
Coast Fish Camp.TARPONI caught her first fish, a 211/2 Army spokesman sold (Continued on page 2)

First place, Mrs. pound Snook on 12 pound test The apparently unprovoked
Laves Roome, 779 5th Ave. line, registered at Hogue's Gulf ; Incident Sunday outrage) Atner

$.o.;; Naples, 56 pounds, caught Coast Fish Camp; to Scott R. lean officers In West Berlin
e- on spinning rod with 20poundtest Wolfe 773 18th Ave. So., Naples '-- .......... The Army spokesman said the Crews Vega SelectedFor
: officer was riding In an Army
line In Gordon Pass June for a 4 pound 4 oz. flounder -c Down
sedan In East Berlin when an
23 and registered at the Sport- caught June 20th in Naples omtng ': ; East German border patrol

Spot second, Rick Aunt, 650 Bay, registered at Naples Pier, . _. tt: halted him near Che<'kxjnt| | 1965 Edition Of
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and to Clifford Cowing,5 Bam- ..'4. <", . ,.. .f.... __11.. ... 5-J12 Charlie
boo Dr., Naples for a 28 pound The patrol told the Americanand
THE OLD NAPLES HOTEL, a landmark in Naples before the turn of
Library Fund cobia caught In Gordon Pass May the century is gradually disappearing from the scene, Ileilly Brothers his companions| to l leave the
23 and registered at SponSpot. area, Tie officer protested that 'Outstanding Young Men'Tim
from Fort Myeis have been tearing down the old land mark over the they were not In a restricted
BoostedTo Prizes in the Recreation Depanmel1t's several (NEWS photo)
Drive past weeks. area and had not violated any
local division will be
traffic rules. One of the East
fishing tackle including reels and Junior Chumbel of Commerce till rank thrum'lion! the ,country
German reached his! hand!
$91,050 of Naples announced h"lay Nominees for the, buoh f
fishing lanterns. Looks Like Sure Girl Who Cut strut through the the officer car window and ,that Phillip Crews .&1iroorr,' many suuries) however, the majority .
A very productive 15 daysof YOUNG ANGLERSIn Barry Vega have been sele'ted! for In. of the nominations are made
July has boosted the Friendsof the Jaybee sponsored division *-""" i elusion In the (1963 edition of by Junior ClwinlK Commerce
the Library campaign fund for for youngsters 13 and Attacker Freed f TOKYO (AP)-Firemen bat. ''Outstanding Young Men' of Chapters' and College Alumni As<
tied through the night to control America" These men were nom. ,latlons., .
the new library to 91050. The under the winners are: Winner On 1st BallotSAN chemical 111" In which It) mated earlier >
a huge | this year hy the "An outstanding Idea' la the
total has now reached 83 pel'cent SNAPPER: First, Chris A. By Grand Jury firemen were killed and, 48 other Jaycee, Chatter and havehcense. National. Jayi' pulilli
Way ee He.
of the overall goal of $110 Cooke, 158 Sixth Ave. So., Naples FRANCISCO (AP>-Ben. erences, showed this first-ballot ,' persons were InJul'ld. |lei tod! by a 13 man National Hoard l.itUins IMro'lor Jim Stafford
000. 2 1/4 pounds, caught and .Barry Goldwater loped toward breakdown: NEW YORK (AP) A Queens i The fire and explosions de*. ,of Editor for the publication. described<< the publli'atlon. Na.
Gene Turner president of the registered at Naples Pier, June ,the finish line today In his race Coldwater 810 grand jury skirted the Sullivan i troyed a storage dump A resilient of Immok lee: tlnnal Jay'ee Frul.lent ((19C3.64)
Friends of the Library organiza- 29th; second, Bruce Carlson, j tar[ the Republican presidential Scranton Law today and refused to In.i crammed with drum of oil, I Crew Is a farmer and memberof Kli.hard' M. -idleeamemberof
tlon said the drive will continue Galloway, Ohio, 31/2 pounds, ,nomination, to far ahead of Nelson A, Rockefeller 168 109 diet Arlene Del Fava for carry paint thinner, cellulose nitrate. 4 the Collier County Board of the National Board, said, "The
until the full goal is reached. caught June 9 In Gordon Pass <3ov.:: William W, Scranton that Henry Cabot Lodge 44 Ing the outlawed switchbladeknife i and other combustible chemlcaU. Education lie wj* named out. ,publl'itlon) : III I one of the finestI
Turner also reported that registered at Boat Haven. 1 lie wasn't even winded. Margaret Chase Smith 20 she used to slash off a Damage) was estimated at I standing young farmer of Col. I have peen ocntr'lng the aih.lavements .
Francis Flint chairman of the MACKEREL First Robert first-ballot vote Favorite 112 would-be rapist. about $280,000. o f America' out.
Goldwater's Sons Both the and the district I l Her County by the Naples Jay.
Building Committee, and Clar- Jenson 2048 Harbor Lane, Na- ,strength passed the 800 level Uncommitted 45 attorney Judge applauded the, MOSCOW (AP) Pravda to. reel last winter. standing< young men."
ence Bauchsples, AIA, architectfor pies, 4 pounds caught and regis- .Tuesday, according to The Associated Coldwater' total Included 118 unanimous decision by the 22; day called the Republican par. Vega, a member of the Uw The Junior Chamlwr of Com.
the new library, were In MIami tered at Naples Pier June 1st} i Press survey. By the committed by primary election men on the panel ty platform "one of the most t'firm of Smith, Carroll, Vega the mt-rce reiognltlon has long been of active In
yesterday conferring with second Phillip Morris,911Rldge I time the nominating roll 1* 257 by convention Instruction, The juror, however, handedup aggressive and reactionary doc 1 and Brown I II serving< as as.ilstant Movement among outstanding America'syoung
Dr. F. Sessa. library consultant. Rd., Naples 3 pounds 4 oz., 'called tonight the Arizona sen. 60 personally pledged and 370 an Indictment against the, ument of our time." 1 state attorney from this men. Each year store 1938
'ator could have many more. who favor him but not The Soviet Com muni it (district. He won the distinguish
"We will continue to give reports caught and registered at Naples are com. men-haired secretary' alleged I party the Javee* have selected| the
on the progress of the Pier July 5th.SHEEPSHEAD. With 655 needed to nominate, mltted. None of Scranton'a attacker Harold Modell charging organ and most other Moscow id ,pervice award 0 f the Ten Outstanding,, Young Men ofAml'rlC'a.
Dee 810 in the votes are pledged or bound. him with attempted newspapers attacked Sen. Dar. I Naples* Jayreesjast year .
building committee, said Turner : Stewart Soldwater: had vote rapo Among past' TOYM win.
"in addition to periodic Plnevllle Ky., 1 pound 12 oz., HP poll compared with 168 for Coldwater force looked for a and felonious assault. ry Goldwater and the support Doug BUnkenihlp, past U.s. nets are such famous personal.
on our fund drive progress cuaght in Doctor's Pass June 'Scranton, his nearest challeng.er. further Increase today from the Supreme Court Justice JosephM. i en of bits candidacy for the Ro 'Jaycee president (1002.63)) whole Itie a* loin F. Kennedy ((1946);
reports Wisconsin delegation, If it 1 I. re. tossed I publican presidential nomina
14th and Conroy Immediately serving a* chairman the board, Nelson Rockefeller (1941) Dr.
registered at Naples The based leased by Rep. John W, Byrne out the charge against Mill Del I lion. |stated that men were "lee ted I he. Tom Duoley (ID''"))! and Henry
on primary
The new library will be erec- Pier. election survey commitment, Instruc the favorite son Byrnes was expected Fava. The judge termed the i Pravda laid the platform wa* ,tween the age of 21 I and 36 Ford, II (IO-1'O.. The publication
ted on the corner of Central REDFISH First,Curtice Nlc- to announce his decision jury's decision "an exercise of> "written in keeping with the who 'had distinguished themselves "Outstanding Young Men of
'ions, pledge and stated pref
Avenue and Sixth Street South. (Continued on page 6) at a caucus this morning good judgment" cannibalistic philosophy of the In one or more field of Amerl'a" will feature the 196}
Those wishing to contribute Queen Dial Atty Frank 'will man' senator." endeavor to the point! of being TOYM wlnnera. Winner of cut
to the new library fund may do .r O'Connor agreed: "The program, In essence, outstanding." Outstanding Young Men awards
contributions "I think the grand jury has i call for war with the Soviet of
so by sending tot "Outstanding Young Men will be pictured throughout the
Friends of the Library Inc, don the right thing They spoke, Union, open Intervention against Amerlra"! Is an annual blograph book. President Lyndon B. John.
c/o Collier County Free Pub- for the community and 1 think Cuba and the stepping up of the h li al ompllatlon of approximate 111will/' write the foreword for
lic Library Third Street South the community In general supported war In Viet Nam." it declared. ly 10,000 young men of outstand. the IOC', edition
this girl W* checked her
Naples. out thoroughly and the I* s MOSCOW (AP-On the rec. ,,
N 4 reputable and decent girl who ommendatlon of Premier Khrushchev I .v.tk .
"rw ,ace, defended herself from attack." Leonid I. Brezhnev was i
Means Of Making The section of the Sullivan relieved today of his post as I

Florida Pavilion Law for which she was arrested I Soviet president and Anasta L
k flatly outlaws l switchblade Mlkoyan was elected to succeed I,
Pay Way SoughtNEW knives, no matter what intent[ him.Khrushchev 2
10 Involved In their possession told a meeting of
YORK ((AP)-Gov. Farris Miss Del Fava admitted| the Supreme Soviet, the Soviet
Bryant was to meet today plunging the knife Into the man11.n parliament that Brezhnev I II
with World's Fair officials on he tackled her at 1:30 needed for full-time work In the
Ideas for boosting attendanceand am July *> after trailing her on, Communist party
making more money at tiptoe But her arrest sparkedan ; The party la the seat of real t ?
the Florida pavilion. angr, public: reaction. power In the Soviet Union and q
Despite a new 25-cent admla.sion The alleged assailant was ar. Brezhnev i II regarded as Khru. -
charge to the exhibit, Br rented at a hospital where herd shchev's heir-apparent,
ant said the state still hat a fl. gone for treatment of r Mlkoyan, who was relieved of
sandal problem In paying ort >und. in the back and aide bile post as a first deputy pre.
$350,000 I n Fair constructioncosts. -- inter, was wished success by

Sen. Eterttt M. Dirkstn Rrp. !Melvin Laird Dr Milton S, Eltrnhewrr Khrushchev.Mlkoyan .
The governor said the exhibit Ill i'MJ' Lllty said In the crowded
wa* not bankrupt but that he ball where Russian tsar once
(toped to lengthen the time for CONVENTION PRINCIPALS- Three key men at the Republican National Convention in \ uniwmnMOWS were crowned that "I will do
payment due on construction San Francisco are Congressman Laird of Wisconsin, the platform chairman: Dr, Elsen LMHSfDumnsYouK my best to Justify your confl. i
bill. He laid the $100,000 due hower, president of The Johns Hopkins University who will deliver Coy William Scranton's \ dente, to right, to work for the
this month would be paid on nominating speech and Senate Majority Leader Dirksen, who'll deliver Sen Barry BIRTH MONTH I victory of communism together'I
.. Gold.'atu' nominating speech I with you." GEORGE VEGA PHILLIP

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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday I July 15, 1984 I ISAN

At The Convention

Council Seems AgainstNew

FRANCISCO (AP)-The Florida's GOP
Republican convention has ,

Powers For{City's 1 7' : .L, planks Scranton soundl by trounced challenging Gov. William three the part key W.! I J t } On Barry's SideIn

platform favored b)' baikers of

Mppeals Sen. Barry Coldwater. Platform RowSAN

Zoning Board ( f The critical roll-call vote of FRANCISCO APFlorida's -

897 to 409, rejecting a Scranton \ delegation to the Re.
.... 136rwa 8raail civil rights proviso, pointed to -
Some City Council members had some iondlUous attached ward the expected outcome to. l'lan' Boothf Semi John G. publican National Convention,

this morning Informally Indlca. and Council approval also In. day when the delegates vote dlrerth lance 'fo"rrf0 strong! for Sen. Barry Goldwa-

ted they are opposed to giving eluded these conditions, One on whom they want foi ter. Joined the big majority' o

Increased powers to the Zoning Is that the Gaits will have to their presidential nominee. Tuesday night in beating bark

Board of Appeals. set back 50 feet, Instead of the There was' "no doubt during attempts to alter the platform

Presently, the board has operated normal 30, from Cordon Drive three hours of debate and voting drafted by the convention's rl s.

as an advisory body under The other is that approval is Tuesday night that the contestwas oiutlon committee.The .

Council, which appoints the ap. only for the particular set of a preview of toda) '. nomination / delegation's position, as

peals board's five members. Un. house plans the Gaits submit clash Scranton has stated by Its chairman Tom

der the proposed revised coning ted to the appeals board. E" ...... _ _( If'" ",. ___ keyed his campaign right alongto ) Fairfield Brown of Tampa, was

rode the board would be variance allows \. that the platform as written was
grant The the Gaitsto
NEW GIMMICK TO SAVE LIVES-A physician at the Italian Institute of Athletic Medicine contrasting his "moderate
ed quasi-Judicial powers, and it.decl.Ions set back 20 feet, Instead ol f w: acceptable and should not be al.
In Jtome has devised a stretcher to avoid unnecessary handling of a person injured Republicanism' with Coldwater 11nt'p.
would be final unlessoverturned 30, from unbuilt 19th Avenue tered.
in the water The stretcher has a light alloy frame and uses the water to support the conservatism "
by at least four memo South which runs alongside the "We oppose any change,
John J. Itrp CharlesRhodes
bers of Council. Galt property. victim until he can be transferred to land. In carrying to the convention Brown said in advance of the
floor motions to broaden th.platform' .
bi fact, City Attorney David Council long night session which saw the
went along with the t civil rights plank to
Splngler Interprets the present other appeals board decision BVKRVS SECONDS-Three delegates vote down four effortsto

ordinance to mean that the ap. denying a rear-yard variance r e.. denounce to reaffirm alleged the president'ssole extremismand top Republican leaders and alter the planks.

peals board's decisions are fin. quest by Rutenberg ConstructionCo. The Racial SceneRace control over nuclear wea Mrs Clare Boothe Luce will The refugee, Gilbert Hernan.

al unless a majority of Council la connection with building the Pennsylvanian was second Senate Majority J I The delegation, w e a r v
rules otherwise. But Council In. a covered boat pons, Leader Everett M. Dirksen'anomination Seacoast has been hauling
slip on a lot In appealing to the party's court ol
dlcated satisfaction with the me. Aqualane Shores. of Sen Barry yoke the Seacoast certificatemore
last resort hoping some
thod by which the board has acted Goldwater at the Republican In politics
Truce In Grade SchoolsIn egates would switch to him.
in relation to Council for the Live With A Scranton spokesman had National Convention in San California delegation, he returns

past few years. CouncilBusiness called this a contest for the soul Francisco, I 1043.! .
Mayor Archie Turner called a St. > On the three standing votes,
MississippiWill of the Republican party.
conference of Council after this Florida's big 34 member delega.
But his 2.1 roll (all defeat
morning's meetings to further Convention tion rose to be counted amongthe
Law- came by about the same marginas
discuss the subject. The role of End Today Integrate Rights his earlier setback In the 100. "nays." On the roll call on

the appeals board will come up Schedule the proposed altered civil rightplans
which draftedthe
at the August S Council public City Council this mornlni I ST. AUGUSTINE CAP) A L JACKSON, Miss (AP-Two man committee -supported by forces of
hearing on the revised coning awarded bids totaling 3242.51 0 t two-week truce on racial dem. school boards have submitted Sen. RussellROME platform last SAN FRANCISCO (.IP)-Tin- Gov. William Scranton of Penn.
to firms for The convention rejected by
code. two chairs and storage onstratlons ends today, but a L plans to a federal Judge to dese.I program for toilax and Thurs, .ylvanla-the Floridians cast 34
vehicles for the chairs foi uncounted standing votes the
Negro leader said there were> gregate first grade classrooms daat the Republcan: National votes against the proposed
WIN POINT the community center building. no plans for renewal In >, AP)-fien. Rich. Scranton planks on extremismand '. amendment,
GALTS of the i the fall, signaling the end ofi Russel Convention In tl'i' CoI'ala( \
City Council brought the drawn Council opened the bids and 1 marches, wade-lns and sit.Ins i Mississippi's holdout as the last ard B, who led the atomic control. It also Time Is Eastern Standard': The Florida delegation while

out George M. Gait eonlng.var. followed City Manager VinciWood' t that sparked a month of vlo.>, state without school integration Southern fight against the new threw out In similar voting TODAY split on the question of the pres.

lance case to a close this morn. recommendations. Hi 1 lence. below the college level. civil rights law, called on Georgians planks offered by Michigan 4:30p.m.-Convention calledto Idential nominee-31 for Coldwa.

Ing by approving the Zoning Boardof asked that American Seating o:|r Dr. R. B. Hayling a Negro i I A third board was expected to today to avoid all violenceand Gov. George Romney on civil order by Chairman Morton. ter and 3 for Scraiiton-was

Appeals'decision that the Gaits Atlanta be awarded the low blc dentist and a local leader In Dr.i join the school systems of Jack. to live with the new law rights and extremism. Pledge' of 1II'\IlIIrt. unanimous In opposition to the
() setback varU for 275 folding chairs and foul r Martin Luther "for as long as It Is there... ranton trotted out his heav. .
be granted 110-foot King's Southern i, son and Biloxi today In telling National Anthem Gene Anner. platform alterations,Brown said.
ance for a house they plan to understate trucks on which th<' Christian Leadership Confer.r U.s. Diet Judge Sidney Mlze "Violence and law violation lest artillery for his Ust.dltch At Its caucus Sunday the dele.

build on Gordon Drive. chairs would be stored. Foi r said he was trying to con. how it would obey his desegre. will only compound our difflcul. platform fight. Former Sec re. Invocation, Commissioner gallon heard Its representativeson

Earlier In the year the Gaits the chairs American Seating blc d tact King to see what steps toe i, gallon orders. ties and Increase our troubles," tary of State Christian A. llerter Glenn Ryan of the Salvation the platform drafting com

tried several times to have a $2,513.50. It was the only take "We have our plan in hand," Russell said In a speech for the sponsored the nuclear provision. Army. mittee term the document ac.

15-foot variance approved but of four bidders to give a prlct I Hayling said that the truce Is i said John T. Loggan Jr., super annual meeting of the Coosa New York State Assembly Speech, George Murphy, <'an. ceptable. The two were Vic

were not successful.The on the underatage dollies, $190. being strained by the Ku Klux: intendent of rural Leake Coun. Valley Area Planning and Development Speaker Joseph Caruso did,ite for U.S. Senate from Cal. Hruska of Ponte Vedra Beach

appeals' board decision Furniture Fair of Naples wai.1 Klan, which has been picketing ty. "We are all set." Commission launched the civil rights provl. ifornla and Mrs. Janet II. Showalter of
awarded the low bid for 45 fiber,. "It Is slon.
the understatement of
Integrated motels and restaur. Leake'ounty is the birth. Presentation of convention Vero Beach.
f glass stack chairs, $518, and i 1 ants and has staged one large i place of former Gov. Ross R. the year to say that I do not like Leading off for Scranton was badge to Robert L. Plen.', national Hruska had specifically urged

S chair carrier on which to pul' march. Barnett, who twice physically this statute" the senator said New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller committeeman for WIs rejection of the civil rights sub.
iou'Jnrs them when net in use, $20. "However it Is now on the who served up the plankon
blocked James stltute. Mrs. Showalter Scran.
Hayling said that Gov. Farris Negro H. Mered. Scranton consln, by Mrs. Hotelier Sum, a
extremism. con.
Bryant is Insisting that the 1th from enrolling at the Unlver. books. national committeewoman for ton supporter, endorsed the plat
- Russell said tends that the right.wing John
the constltu
i truce sity ofMI.slsslppHn 1962. Colorado.Roll form while decrying the way the
Udel Council set aside without com.' agreement runs for a tlonallty of some provisions will Birch Society Is trying to take
month until 1 Judge Mlze, 75, a native Mis. tall of states for nom resolutions committee operated.The .
Aug. .
There are many ,.., ment the Exchange Club's written ,' However be tested but while It is being over the Republican party and
Hailing said that King agreed slsslpplan, had given the school (nations for President. delegation, weary
buffi who claim that the proposal that City occupation.al adjudicated "all good citizens is supporting Goldwater's candl. the session will be
only to a two.week truce whilea boards of Jackson, Biloxi and Nominations for president.Roll alter long ,
and business license fees bt| will learn to live with dacy as a means of gaining con.
Er.kine Hawkins band, bl-raclal committee Leake County until today to sub stat. tall of states for selection . back at the convention hall tonight *
raised 50 per cent, with the In. ,worked. ute and abide by Its final trol.
circa 1140, wa, the brit "There has been little or no mlt plans for desegregation. of presidential) nominee for what also may be a
crease to be earmarked to dicatlon even though we reserve Scranton broadened his plankat
evidence of The Jackson and Biloxi Anointment of committee to prolonged session-the most 1m
band of all time. At any by the
big progress
mote the $8,000,000..year< > tour. the right to advocate the last moment the
by legal adding
of the convention. It will
bt.raclal committee boards filed their plans a day notify the nominee.Benediction portant
any rate, a rt'.r.lulIt' of 1st industry In Naples. City At.. said. Hayling early. They wer.ldenUcal. means Its repeal or modlflca Communists and the I Ku Klux by the Rev, be for selection of tho preslden.
"After Hour", a dozen torney David Splngler Indicated tion." Klan to the John Birch Society tlal nomlneee.
George McNelll Ray of Plioe
But he said he wanted to do
Hawkins' hits of that per. such a proposal If followed,' Russell led the Southern dele-as "extremist groups" to be nix. '

loci, should make for good would be Illegal. "You can'I 1, nothing to stop the process of gallon which filibustered at repudiated by the party. TIIURSDAY
Integration at the motel
earmark tax receipts to city's length against the civil His words drowned out at
a non.' Manuel rights
RayRepqrfe' AttackOn
listening . VV t' hear and restaurants. 6:30: p.m. Convention called Ike's
profit he said. bill before
corporation finally being choked times by shouts of "We want
that there Is a new dm- Segregation I s t s picketed 10 off by a debate-limiting cloture Barry," Rockefeller called or to order by Chairman Morton.
motels and restaurants ''TUBS. Pledge of allegiance, John
tiff recording group railed Vote In the Senate. the delegates to denounce an) Press Gets
Civic Behton' Bellamy III.
"The Three Blonder Naples Association ,ds', ;, On "We put everything.toe: ':had 'doctrinaire, militant minority' Singing of the National An.
that the City and :
Mice" . If you are 1111 suggested County Into the fight," be said,jbyt,4' the'odds' which would subvert the CO! tnem
John .
,1 6 Gary
:ax offices be combined "at the '
agalAsf uS'II'bunted
the mood for fairy 11 has held action ( from' 'to purposes alien to those Invocation Wallace Big ApplauseSAN
r s appropriate time" The Cityax up on the recom.mendationsbecause J. Clifford
day' to day until which this birth."
we were finally gave party
with modern trimming absent mem. president San Diego Fast Stake
( : roll pretty much follows val.
consider the dory of Clara rations established by the county bers Carl Hoffmann and Joel Way To CubaNEW ,gagged and overwhelmed." Goldwater-backer Rep. JohnW. Church of Jesus Christ of Lnttei FRANCISCO (APAn
Russell noted that he had Byrne of Wisconsin coun. '. attack on the press by former
Kuperberg have said want day
ARM Fowler switchboard assessor Mayor Archie Turner they
a been critical of "the growing tered that the should dls President Dwight D. Elsenhow
to be when party of committee to
eperalor in a Tulut Okla., Indicated that the NCA Is divided present action Is take YORK (AP) Manuel disrespect for law and order pose of any extremism by meet. er evoked one of the most fever.
The item escort nominee for president
of tax and en. was carried
M the merging offices over
Ray Rlvero head of the Cuban generated by the of Ish, spontaneous demonstrations
radio .Iatloll. When tht'.tatlo. campaign Ing It "head on . with better ,
to August 5 The Roll rail of states for nomlna
.he group "is not pushing for a meeting. report I
.'. singing liar recommends other Revolutionary Junta, was reported 'civil disobedience by extremist ideas-with Republican prlnd. Nona for vice president. at the Republican National Coo" I
:decision among things, '
by the New York Times ventlon Tuesday night. tea',:
named I'atll Pair, took that the City buy or lease land groups pies rather than any resolu Nominations for vice presl
I today to be en route to Cuba to "It Is a form of anarchy to lion which denies extremists the During his address to the con.
sick with the such as In the bus station area
laryngitis ,
build up an anti-Castro under. say that a person need not com right.to exist. dent.Roll Eisenhower urged Re.
j control for off-street call of states for seler:
took Mosquito district dl. parking.
switchboard operator ground operation. with publicans to "scorn the divisive
ply statute
a particular climax with the civ .
The came lion of a nominee for vim. pres.Ident
rector Brandt Watson asked
her AND her In the efforts of those outside our fame
over spot a Washington dispatch with which he disagrees, he il rights fight. Coldwater voted
Council ,
City to ordinances postponed appoint.
nam! . pass prohl newspaper said Ray "was understood said. "Ours Is a government of against the 1964 law on groundsit to ily Including sensatlon-seeklng
further of menta to the parks board and Appointment of committee
bitting planting so
to have left yesterday laws not of men and our columnists and commentators,
j how humans sys was unconstitutional.
recreation board notify candidate for vice" presl-
called Australian and but did
pines ,
(Monday) from an undisclosed tern cannot tolerate the philosophy Scranton's plank spoke of the who couldn't care less about
ran appropriate s blcante strictly trees prove appointing Turner and Ku. dent.
regulating present point in the area of Key West. that obedience to law rests "constltu. the good of our party."
.J not HO with the of that type.Watson perberg to the clty.county Air. federal government's Apnolntment of committee to
The Times' brought a roar
Washington story upon the personal likes or dls tlonal responsibility" to assure applause
said port escort nominee for vice" presl.
counts Zoning Authority.
j Initruments Ihry mutt mosquito
said, "Experts in Cuban affairs likes of any individual citizen civil rights, called for "enforce. and pulled cheering
stand on their own. No or. have shown that Australians are here were not optimistic, about whether he supports or opposesthe ment" of the 1964 law-the plat. dent delegates to their feet. There
"excellent for i Turner and other Council Introduction of former Vice
harboring areas mem.
din. Instrument till Mr. Ray's chances. statute question." form pledges for "full Implem were shouts of "More, more."
mosquitoes and the trees'dense bers greeted the uniformed mem. President Richard M. Nixon by
take the place of a famous foliage diminishes the ef bers of the Little League all. entation, and faithful execution 1 Charles H. Percy, candidate for

.1 make like our lint of fectlveness of chemical fog star team, which will play next and added a number of other governor of Illinois.

fine organ and piano. whether applied from the air or week In the tournament at Sara. provisos Including a demand for Acceptance speech, nomineefor Suit.

J Everything for (he musician ground. Iota Each boy shook hands with NOON STOCKSNEW first-step compliance within one vice president) Conboy .
schools which have not
VAN everyone around the Council tat year by Acceptance speech, nomineefor
available at
ble. yet complied with the 1834: SUepr.m. i resident.. (Continued from page 1))

DER VEER MUSIC CEN. Court school desegrega Developers are expected to
Jame. Bell, chairman of the NEW YORKAP Stocks Benediction, Rev John Geranlos
TER I'U .t
t: MI 2-6(32 for special In. asked Council to "act now on the Casey Miller, who has been In Chal 20% FU P4L 773/4 N.Am Av 49 The Scranton plan also proposed archdiocese, Northern Callfor, period by consulting with their
for the first before
formation. recommendations contained In Texas for a few weeks because Ford 53Vi 57'/4 enforcement nla area lawyers making a definite
Alcoa 69U Penney
time In history of the 14th Am. decision to appeal. The City
our first report so we can have of her husband's operation. The Am Air 461,. Frmst Da 121,. Pa RR 34%
Veer endment penalty cutting a has indicated it not initiatean
Van Der off-street parking ready for next meeting would have ended before Am Brk 57>/ Frept Sul 35',4 Pep Cola 831/. state's House representation In appeal, though may It- will Join
season." The report was given 10 a.m. today, except that Council AmBdPar", Frueh Tr 33 Phil Mor 77
proportion to its denial voting Unite Ike with the other defendants If they
Music Center to Council last month. had to wait until 10 to open the Am Can 46 Gen Dyn 267 Phlll Pet 54',4 rights of qualified citlzeni. decide to go ahead.

Turner explained that Council community renter seating bids Gen El 83 RCA 34 V4
1949- 9A St. Ml 2-6632 Am Cyan 8H. Carlino urged the delegates to "NOT READY"

Am Mot 15'/i Gen Fda 90'4 Rep Stl 46"i adopt the plank so that the par Thad Moss of Port Royal told

AnT 72V. Gen Mills 413/i Revlon 34V. ty "would not have to apologize GOPConvention The News this morning that
Am Tob 33% Gen Mtrs 13% Rey Tob 43'. for Its Urges
heritage. "we're not ready to say just
PRICE JUST REDUCED! Ampx Cp IT1'. Goodrich 55Vi StReg P 30<,!. Former Nebraska Gov Robert yet" whether that subdivision's
461 431. Seaboard 51 Vi
Anaconda ,. B. Crosby defended the ex. developers will contest JudgeOtm'

t' I /I Armour 49',4: Greyhnd 28V4' Sears 120"! fisting plank as "a dignified, sol !( decision. They will con
Babcock 3334 Gulf Oil 57Vt Sinclair 461't Id affirmation of
the highest fer with counsel, probably this
Sit 38Vi' Hon'well13H. Socony 82s*
Beth concepts of human equality." week, Moss said.
Boeing S47s Int Harv 80Vi SoutnC 63 Despite the spirited debate SAN FRANCISCO (AP>- The submerged-land contracts
74s. Int Nick 80'/i SPt'rr'R 14'i Unite behind the party's basic
there was little doubt from the permitted Port Royal and several
Brunswk 9'4 32 StBrand 'IH.Cat.r principles-that Is Dwight D.
Int Pap moment the roll call began who other developments to have subdivision
Tr 34 JonesL 83% StO NJ 88Vi had the votes. Also downed han. Elsenhower's prescription for lots owned by the developers .
Celanese 71>. Kais.Al 38 Studebik Ti Republican victory
dily was a simpler civil rights taxed as acreage until
> 84 Swift 53: Eisenhower who captured the
Chrysler 52 /i Ken'cott amendment offered by Romney a certain percentage of the lots

4., CocaCol 136:4 LlgiMy 79>i Texaco 79'i promising "action at the state, presidency for the RepublicansIn were sold or until a time limit
col al Com Ed 52'/i' Loch'd 33',. Thlokol 15 local and private levels to ellml. 1952 and 1956, put it this way expired.

Con Edls 931.4 Lorlllard 45 U Carbld U31/ nate discrimination" In an address Tuesday night to Judge Odom not only ruled
Cant Can 531. Mag'vox 311 Vi Unit Alrc 48'i the Republican National Con.
the contracts invalid, he also
Dow Che 71 Vi MM4M 62'i Un Fruit 22"( ventlon: "Let us renew our
overturned the two ordln.
DuPont 26164( : Mohasco 13}. US Steel 6034: strength from the fountain of City
,I EAL 31Vi' Mons'to 79 Univ Mat 12J,4: Public Forum unity, not drown ourselves In a antes under which the contractswere
He ordered
drawn. re-as.
31 whirlpool of factional strife and
E.Kodak 131 Mont Wd 39'WestgEI
sessment of all lots affected
Firestone 4li : 83>: Wtnn Dlx 36'.. divisive ambitions" by
..... | Nat 4 Here August 5 the contract to cover the 1962,
FU Pw 49 Nat Dist 26', Woolwth 30Vi Eisenhower 73, and his wife,
Mamie, received a thunderous ItU, and 1964 tax rolls, and
ovation from the ordered back taxes to be collect.ed .
On Red TideA convention del.
egates in the Cow Palace accordingly So the developers

major public forum on Red "I must ask to bank the have a definite financial Interestat
.- ........_ ". .w:. "' ." . ,' \'.. ".*.' .*o *' .. *. "% -"' .-.*' '. "I'.. LAST 3 DAYS Tide erosion, and water const r. fires of fiercely competitive In. slake In the eventual outcomeOf

ere.l; vatlon will be held In Naples Au. traparty politics and content the case.
is a beautiful layout complete with furnished Guest House. Located At this
gust S, Mayor Archie Turner plate with me the whole of this morning's Council
in an ideal section at 336 Second Ave. No. The main house has three said this morning great party of ours-the reasons meeting Mayor Archie Turner

nice size bedrooms, two tile baths and a large Florida room. All of the A definite time and place will for its birth, its record of valua. suggested that Splngler consult

't. fine furnishings go with the house including washer and dryer, large be announced later, though It ap. ble service, and the bright with other defense counsel to

freezer and three airconditioners. You'll find plenty of room,,in the fur July Shoe Sale pears that the forum will be In promise of its future"he said. determine the next move The
city said he
the late afternoon of August S, Eisenhower declared that told
nished guest house also. Lawn has a complete sprinkler system Truly the mayor added. "strength is found in unity un. Tax Assessor Bert Plnkston to

a fine value. Call us today. Among those attending will be der a consensus broad enough to prepare a "dual roll" for 184,

Robert M. Ingle, director of the accommodate the honest think one of them Including: assess.

it state Red Tide laboratory it St. tag of all who subscribe to our meats of lots as per submerged

Petersburg He and his assls. basic doctrines. land contracts and the other not

D.C.JONES-J E lasts, Turner said, will present Eisenhower has refused to taking the contracts Into account.

Thur. Fri. Sat. "one of the latest reports on Red take sides In the battle over the One or the other roll would be

Tide" picking of the party's preslden.tial ap tied to 1964 ta.lI. depending
State director' on the eventual outcome of
/ conservation candidate or the writing of a the

351 Fifth Ave. So. ASSOCIATES Ph. Ml 2-3852 Randolph Hodges also Is expect.ed I platform. He frequently hu ease, Splngler explained Ha
I'ol.se Shoes to attend, along with other I described himself told Council that he believes the
as someone to .
Roland Frank B, Pu'due Harry L. Miller Edward
Irene M. department officials, state leg. 'whom all factions seem willing defendants have constitutional

Islators, and cabinet members I I to turn for counsel. grounds for appeal.

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{ PITTS BURGH.?!. (Ap)-Mrs.'i of deadly eomprMMd chlorine'
I in' I bravo 37, ,ittra-tl\e gas that spewed from a rust)
JADE )LRTlSAbout ii'' 'Cn'i' : i >i i ,two, lad'! an open sat cylinder Into 100 bather at .<
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a 'I t ,II I kn"u ,It.
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Dr. and Mrs. William T. Barrett Jr., Deb II,,. i 1It, I rnnnvI< ," ,! it anrl Tues. of five delivered Monday to th".wlmmtlll
i pool to purity water.
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ant Tommy on ground after One of the bathers Mid, "It
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an exciting and bury busy two and a half weeks in New (fo'',t I miMr l ,"-. came over us all at once. It"

York They are equally exuberant about the Fair, the -. UMof nearby didn't Police give donned us a gas chance masks at all and
city sights "Hello Dolly," two Yankee double headers, 1,1I'iMishiiiR, salt she swallowed towed the cylinder Into the
tin i-iii I in i4t! or 1950-"I'm not
food nearby G lf.
gourmet etc., etc. -.in 'A hi< h' while prep.umg
Nadine and Sheri Parker are two other youngsters 'her' i tiitant son foi' atrip.'I .
in-lit' ,! the open pin In mmod > DEATHS
back from
lust a thrilling trip. They accompanied their '
i for j minute while dress
mother Mrs R. E- Parker, to her former home in Beauvais, in': Inm-\ou J.now. one of those (AP COPENHAGEN)-prince Axel, of Denmark Denmark,

France, where they visited their grandmother and other "in.il' 1:-olil colored pins nor rib. ?5, uncle of King Frederick IX
relatives, They also did a good bit of sightseeing in Paris. l 1'"n\ Jill i things," she said. and chairman of the East Asia
n she swallowed it-still tic
Company trading, shippingand
As soon as school was out in June, Debbie Brownlow 011'.'". She tried to cough It UI'|> Industrial trust, died Tuesday .
came down from Atlanta for her annual vacation with her bini illcil,! .i dol'tor.ho told during hospital treatment
ill'l i i 11.1 (tl' word as bug as
f',: for bronchial disease.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Goodenough Tuesday tI"'I.' \I."nol-.ll1.,

they left to take Debbie home. After a few days in At )- Miv LiMtt pursuedan'live! BAD KISSO GEN, GermainAP

hI lanta the Goodenoughs will go on to Bryson City, N. C I. nil'M'i. HIP, next )"3111. sttlmIIIIIH ( )-Joel Brand 58, Israeli
: nine iMilmlnliHi hiki Journalist who was Adolf Elch
A, M f ''y After that their plans are indefinite but they expect to i,"r \liolni hnus work nut simik mann's emissary during World

remain in North Carolina until October. III', War n In the Nazi's unsuccess
List month after a bust lay ful attempt to swap one million
Rordon Hutchison, of Sacramento, Cal! is spendingthe
shi' ,Mitlcli'iih! f..lt something In Jews for 10,000 American
summer with his father, Thomas B. Hutchison, and t III"' i ,,i.'sf.1 trucks, died Tuesday at Bad
Mrs. Hutchison. The Hutchisons also have Miss Alice A "''''11 she started, roughing\ up Kls.lngen, a German spa.
.. ,.. ._ blun I she called,
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Barcus visiting them. Miss Barcus, who lives in Milwaukee .
hi'st Xi.iolloweil amllix'ateil
PROMINENT GUEST at the Bald Peak Colony
Club is Mrs. James B. Draper of Burlington, Vt. is enjoying her introduction to Naples. 'l5] .. the i 1111 In her lime, llll. olwn.At | .

Mrs. Draper is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Newcombe and their four children __ 'f.II. hlunrhonrow-.a I 1I'st., doctors uarinw passed, tube.like t a. Yankee Division

W. C. Fitkin of 4212 Gordon Dr. The photographwas formerly of Arcadia, Fla., are living on Gordon ENJOYING NAPLES' SUNSHINE is Miss Elaine iiislrumt'Ml| -4iirough her Buddies Rally

taken by Naples photographer Thomas Mc- Drive until their home on Rudder Road is ready for them. Sinclair, A photojciapluTcatiirht Herat the Naples mouth mil, \\111,11'11.| || | The. broil
Grath who is again summering at the Bald Peak Mr. Newcombe has the Municipal Supply and Sign Com- Beach Club working hard on simian.. Elaine is n 'h""I'| \I'ja monitored, I In tele To Kennedy Call
Colony Club in Melvin Village, N. 11. 19 year old coed who will return for her second vlMun.
pany. year at Maryland University She is the daughterof Allied, In the bronrliosi'oiH-, Jack 51. Kenned has lo'att ,'
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Newcombe, havean Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Sinclair of Washington, dtM'tors readied.' Into her lung three of his buddies of the Y."

Gnau Freed apartment in the Mansion House. They leave Monday D. C. She is in Naples visiting her grandparents with pili'ht.a Kx...,

for Pine Bluff, Ark., and plan to return in November. the William II. Kollmeyers. ( Mcllrath photo) hernme t'liilMtclilpit, In t 11"11"l'oultll't trouble and fought through Woi I I.,I

Rites In Fort Myers Jon Atkins inhere with his mother, Mrs. Norman \ move. The head broke Wart together. A big reunion i
and was wlilutriwti. planned mid "a lot 01 remlnisi mr
Santini and Mr. Santini. After
two years Army duty at That was a week ago. Monday will be done"
Miss Cecilia Monica Gnau became .>of Tampa. 'Ushers were Ronald Fort Eustis, Jon left Virginia July llth and spent a few HUM lrit"1 again und, In a slow, Kennedy, visited Ni''I liec|, I i..
the bride of Leonard Robert Freed,brother of the bridegroom days in Atlanta with his brother-i in-law and sister Mr paliiNtuklnf ni.mt'uvr |iiouilit\ winter, decided he liked the city
Freed Sunday July 12, at St.and Robert Gnau, brother of the .! / o/ Cap iho nln ui). It was bails rutted.AP went bark to his Maple Smile
Francis Xavier Catholic Church,bride. ana Mrs. uavla riemmmg en route to (Naples. VS ., .1\\: N.J., hume, told hlabustr'tIIlalioi i

Fort Myers, with Rev.Fr.DonaldF Dr. and Mrs. Gnau were hostsat Mr. and Mrs. William West and their three childrenare "'"-" returned to Naples as a retire
X. Connally officiating In a a reception at their home, here for two weeks from Ridgewood N. J. The By GAIL WINCHELL Phone MI2.J704""J; IliEI'OKII.. ( ) "lIrave "I plan to fish and look HI
double ring ceremony The which was decorated with arrangements New Wotld" a novel written !by my army buddies, "he state'"'
church was banked with white of 'white gladioli, visiting Mr. West's mother, Mrs. R. E. West, Central Av Mrs. June Cupps returnee j dence of Mr. and Mrs. !Hanson Aldiiun Huxley in 1931 I bout! as his aim.
galdioli stock asters and palms. stock and asters. Overlaid with enue. tame July e from her vacatlor i who alt presently staying in MI. life bm years hence, hu been Ills story was told' In s recent
Nuptial music was furnished an Italian cutwork cloth the In Texas. Mrs. Cupps first left t amt, but spending most of their .1.quite J !by "Ihom.i D. Poise' K Issue of the NEWS, and his n.
by Mrs. Harold Martin at bride's table was centered with a GERMANY AHEAD from Tampa Fla., and flew tEl () time here on the "Isles" await. the mulcrul. of a DrouJ\ ay quest to hear from his World
the organ. cherub candelabra entwined with Paso, Texas The Cupps used I Ing the completion of their home. musical War I toddies< cot results
The bride Is the daughter of English Ivy,sweetheart roses and Lt. Harris and Mrs. William K. Harris were here fora to live In El Paso while Col. I saw the house last Sunday and It The adaptation I I. being made So far Kennedy has heard' from
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Urllan babies breath. The tiered cake few days last week. It. Harris has been attending 3 Cupps was stationed at For t Is going to be one of the most by Franklin Laity, co-aulhor of W. Must of C GoodUnd Waltoi'
Gnau of Fort Myers and the was topped with a miniature bridal language school in Cal. and Bltlc. While In Texas, Mrs,. attractive homes here. "The Music Man," whit worked Wright of Hollywood, and Or.
granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. couple. Monterey, they are now preparing Cupps stayed with Mrs. Virgin,. Anew real estate office hastrot with the author until' hIs death Clifford Renth of Sarasota
Charles Gnau of Boots Springs. Attending the bride's book was for a three-year assignment In Goppengen, Germany la Brennan. Mrs. Brennan I also been completed and opened. lust Nyven.l1er.Vu. "There will be more. i ,
Freed Is the son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Robert Peck. As Mrs, Cupps went to Fort BBl t It Is also the headquarters the .... a producer uf rodeo aiitlrluld, | "and what :a mini
Mrs. ,Jonathan Freed of Fort stating with the hospitalities were Mrs. Harris' father H. and visited many of their mu. Capri Water Works, itd *|.Id. wat shows will| be we art long to have '
S. Jr. Is north
Tenney to
up tual friends. George Bush ,and.Ml brothers
Myers. Miss Cindy Freed, Miss Ann making hU Ihlt"lV debut with Kennedy reside it 'I2C Ml
Given, !In, ,muriage by her Gnau, Miss Mary Gnau, Miss meet them for a short vacation on Cushing's Island, Mainebefore t On her return trip,Mrs. At, of Leesburg Fla., visited the "Brave New World. ieal\ Aveiiue, Naples,
father, the bride war gowned In Mary Jones Miss Lirlola Hur- they sail from New,>Yprk. trareled by train stopping In Jack "III.." last weekend They at 14'.,I , ,
sonvlU Where she ttrit.dli.Col. ed at the Isles ut Capl'!.'16.hll11. I
full and
a length sheath of white ny. tads. Miss Judl Jennings, ..,
Today, Mrs. S. Meredith Strong Jr. leaves for New and Mrs."Ed
Ion of ganti and a matching short Miss Celia Gnau. Bohannoa. Lodge, and returned home with a
sleeved jacket fashioned with a For a wedding trip through the York to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Rosemary Loach and her r large Catch of snook
draped neckline.Lace medallions Gulf states and New Orleans, Tod Russell. Mr. Strong will go north later and after a I mother, Mrs. L.L. Loach, went t t Returning home after i weak
trimmed the sleeves and midriff. La., Mrs. Freed changed to a to Miami last week for a day ol r of swimming and fishing were
trip Into Canada they will be back In Naples in October.. shopping, Scott and
Her cathedral train, edged with print linen suit, a pink rose petal Mr. and Mrs. Don
lace medallions, was attached to hat and white acessorles. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Yanson will drive I Miss Joanne Wlnchell landed I sons, Al and Don. The Ecotts
the jacket shoulder Her veil of After July 19, Mr. and Mrs Carole and Chris to the Circle F. Dude Ranch In Lake Wales., her second big snook of the sea., were also guests at the Ides
son. She and her dad, Capt. Pauli : of Lodge.
English silk Illusion fell from a Freed will make their home In Capri Fishing
disc headpiece of Alencon lace, Wichita Kan., where he Is stationed Chris and Billy Minarich will be at Circle F at th i I Winchell did a little night fish. Robert Thomas and Jake Cal.
seed pearls and a rose. She car. at McConneU Air Force same time. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Minarich,, Ing and returned home about an houn of lIIaieah.Fla.,were euest.
lied a cascade bouquet of white Base In the electrical power pro hour after leaving with a IS pound at the Isles of Capri Fishing
spent last weekend at the Jack Tarr Hotel, Grand Bahama I I snook. Lodge last weekend. They spent Inventory
butterfly roses, stephanotis anda duction field working on the Titan
cattleya orchid. D weapon system. Island. NEW HOMES; several nights snook fishing.The
Mrs. William G. Hunter Jr. Among the out of town guests Mrs. John Cole, Mrs. Mina rich's sister, recently returned ' Several new houses are being hours of lost weep proved well
'built here on the Island. One of worth It when they returned home
was her sister's matron othonor were Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of
Maid of honor was Miss Stephanie Mount Holly N.J.; Mr. and Mrs to her home in Downers Grove, III., after two I, them Istwo-story and nearly com. with about 80 pounds of snook
Reynolds. They were attiredIn L.G. Casey Jr. of Enoree, S.C.; weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Williams pleted. It will soon be the rest. _III. ,,'.:. ridv4krilrioi.it..Il/
Identical floor length of and Mrs. Chesley Colcordof < Mr. and Mrs. W. Fry of Oak
gowns Mr. Mrs. J. Pollara leaves the first of the week for Lynd-
aqua chiffon over taffeta. Their West Palm Beach; Mr. and Ridge Fla., have decided to stay
fitted bodices were fashionedwith Mrs. William Hogan and Mr. and hurst, N J, Mark Cardello is here to keep his grand- Senator Smith one more week They were quite
square necklines and cap Mrs. Thomas Brandon of Fort father company until they both go to New Jersey later successful last week, catching Thursday Friday Saturday
sleeves. They wore matching pill Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. G.B.' In August. snack weighing up to 16 pounds.
box hats and carried bouquets of Herrin of New Smyrna Beach;; To Be PlacedIn They are guests at the Isles of I
aqua tinted album lilies, carnations Mrs. S. H. Reynolds and Miss Mark was graduated from the Stevens Institute of Capri Motel and Marina. July 16, 17, 18
and English Ivy. Reynolds of Bradenton, and M r. Technology in June and won four-year Science Scholarship Also guests at the Isles of Capri
Best man was JackMllam Jr. Milam of Tampa. Cornell NominationSAN Motel and Marina are Dr.
to University. Sam Fittro and Dr. Rex Bleak
FRANCISCO (APForthe ney both of Indian Rocks Beach DRESSESWERE
ROHALEY-RORINSON WEDDING first time In the history of

: On SaleThursday Josephine Gigger Rohaley, of Kent, Ohio, and Na any major party thi name of a Fla.Mr.. and Mrs. J.W, Carltos and
woman will be placed In nomi. family of Orlando Fla., were
9 A.M. ples WaS' married Saturday to Mr. Hanson/ Robinson Jr. nation today for president of the down at the Isles of Capri Motel : 10.98 to 24.98
: of Orlando, Fla. The bride was given in marriage by her United States. and Marina for a couple of days

son, Anthony Rohaley and was attended by Miss Eliza- It will/ be Sen. Margaret of fishing.F. .
Chase Smith of Maine, who has Leonard of Illaleah Fla.,
beth I. Robinson, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. no chance at all. Her known del. was also down for a couple of
1 44 ONLY Terry Pope. Frederick J. Rohaley was Mr. Robinson'sbest egate strength: 17 out of the 1,. days fisting out of the Isles of
GIRLS'DRESSES man. 308 delegates to the Republican Capri Motel and Marina. : 98ro
National Convention. Another frequent visitor to the
Mr. Robinson, formerly of St David's, Pa., is an Nevertheless, Mrs. Smith, 88, Isles of Capri Motel and Marina
r'' automotive engineer and president of the R. and W Manufacturing has had a convention hotel returned for a couple of day of NOW
headquarters like all the other fishing. Dan Boon of Sarasota,
Company of Orlando. He is a graduate of Corn.
presidential hopefuls, and com. Fla., has been quite successful
2.88 wall-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., and attended Penn State Uni mlttees for Margaret Chase as a snook fisherman..
versity and the University of Pennsylvania. He Is a memo Smith are buttonholing dele. The bookmobile will be here 9 $16.98ll
gates and planning a floor July 22, Wednesday.
Value to 5.95 ber and past president of the Greater Orlando Manufac demonstration In her behalf
; turer's Association. A member of Bahla Shrine, York Sen. George D. Alken of V.,. I -

rJ Order of Masons, and Society of Automotive Engineers. mont will nominate his neigh I f..

Is 56 ONLYWOMEN'S The bride, a former teacher, attended Lake Erie College hot colleague, longtime, Among friend those and Senate who EXCLUSIVE AT R&R {J

for Women at Painesville, Ohio. She is a graduateof will second the nomination will Swimsuits i ;

SWIMSUITS Ohio State University and Kent State University and is be Reed.Maine's governor, John H. Our SpecialIndividuality

a member of Alpha Phi sorority. Although no major party ever Shorts

When Mr. and Mrs. Robinson return from a trip to put In the name of a woman for in. : "

i the Colony Beach Club at Longboat Key, Sarasota they the were presidential two women In race minor, there Blouses r: "

will leave for Kent, Ohio, to spend the rest of the summer. ties who tried to make It par.on GIFTS

4t\\ 5.00 After September '16th the Robinsons will be at home their In 1872 own,,Victor.Claslln almost a century Wood ago. INTERIORS Beach Coats

at Lake Killarney Apartments 151 1 North Orlando Avenue, hull ran for the National Radl. Antiques
I Value* to 12.95 Winter Park, Fla. They will also retain their home in cal Reformers. In KM and 1888, CoordinatesDrastically
n '- | Site 32 to 38 Naples. Belva Ann Lockwood, a Want Coming Soon
Ington lawyer, was the nominee FURNISHEDMODEL
of the National
Equal Rights

r GIRLS' [ Read t the Want Ads I party.Mrs. Smith entered three prl. 'in Reduced

t reds and Oregon-Lid did her
I campaigning weekends and at APARTMENTSUPOThiidSt. Come In & Save!
off times so she would not break
-Tfcle Week Sp.eiauI'crmanent : her record of never missing
A Wave i Senate roll call since 1955. She a
*$/ 1.00 Rtg. 125.00 said her campaign cost $33J. & All SALES CASH & FINAL.

:3 ., $12.50 lVUC.. NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDSBetty's

Value to 2.98 HIT AND WALK, MAYBE
This Includes Body
SPARKS. Nev. (AP Din'
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n.ill ctehralion'n' Sparks.
WILLS HAIR FASHIONSUI wimaees reptMtd the eulp I I American Institute 589 Fifth Avenue South

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1964 -The years have put together ai, a
j ( was tremely loyal, hardworking ,'Ii'l i
Republicans' chief concern efficient machine, one of "o,

; 1 There's More To It Than Meets The Eye N not candidates cutoiJld-drled-but In picking today-that their In presidential how looked to best years this country has seep' ,

, l But the big unknown in d i
II I One wonders if the City of Naples keep the party together after these efforts has been ,

i would be the attractive and desirable concerned would not, perhaps, have invested ,.. they do.Two ,famous party leaders much support Gold ater < ?,; I

place to live that it is if It did not have so heavily and In such _generous have expressed the depth of this expect ran k-and-fll on Election Day Republli from' ,''i'J. e'

.1 Port Royal, The Moorings, Aqualane proportions if they had been aware that ri iII Dutght concern D.Former Eisenhower President and around the country.

i r Shores and other developments which their contracts with the city were although former Vice President Richard Although he won primary the Call fi!".r.,,
are currently involved in the "submerged made in good faith by both sides, ',J 4 M. Nixon both pleaded for unity. nla New York's Cov Nelson ,

land" suit on which Circuit Judge Archie questionable as to validity Rather, they ?I' rY J ft And how to even achieve they didn't agree on Rockefeller, he lost to Rocks

Odum ruled this week. We seriously would have developed only small areas 5 For weeks Sen. Barry Gold. teller in Oregon and In ML-V
Henry Catut
doubt that It would at thus 4 water looked a cinch for the
I a time leaving undevelopedlarge lt nomination. But his chief rival.nDlylvanil' Lodge who was off In South VietNam
\ Port Royal and The Moorings are areas of submerged and unattractive :+ t '" r$; '. Gov. William w, as U.S. ambassador

among the first stops made by Neapolitans land. .. 4,y:; i Scranton who started off with a Some of the Intensity of feel.!
h.l the showed Itsell
In party
who have occasion to take friends The case, although seemingly con : < wishy in .bitterness washy campaign against,him wound Ing Tuesday night when Rockefeller

1 or relatives on a sightseeing tour of the cerned only with developments in this t.'rt' it u; up Eisenhower thought it would was booed when he pleaded (oran

community, Local residents are proud of community, will most certainly have an -J be a "good ticket" if Scranton amendment repudiating to the extrem.part}

i the quality and beauty of these and other effect on other Florida cities. It will make A.,ta .f., the ran for ticket the behind vice presidency Goldwater.on platform Ism Rockefeller offered this for

I developments involved In the suit. questionable any action take by municipalities ';, This showed Eisenhower, who Scranton.

Yet, even though the assessment to attract industry, desirable played neutral, didn't have Michigan's Cov. George Rom.
...." ney on his own proposed a slml.
j between the and the developers homesite :. .. i much optimism about Scran.
contracts city developments, etc., through incentive .'. ; ton's No. 1 chances. lar amendment The platform
seem eminently fair In view of offers of any kind. This seems .r.j.,, Nixon doubted a Goldwater. as It stands was put together by
the benefits the community has realizedas regrettable in view of the urgent needof '"., :;.". . Scranton ticket would be good. Coldwater a committee followers.dominated The anti.by
For said becauseof
one thing, ,
result of these developments communities for both of them. # lost
a one many the bitterness between Cold extremist proposals over.
can not argue with Judge Odom's ruling To the best of our knowledge, thisis i& ?,: water and Scranton he didn't whelmtngly

that nothing in the city charter or the the first suit of its kind ever Initiatedby aka J''v: : team-mate.think they'd be compatible as Likewise with Goldwater the delegates-who linedup had

general laws of Florida gives the city an Individual or group In this or any 4 :'r'r....;;),. There never seemed any voted against the civil rights bill
I such other 1-, ; 21.LATE doubt convention June 19-by drowning out another .
"the authority to enter Into a contract state. at this dull
: : 0' '.. Scranton effort to strengthenthe
Involved in this litigation." His In view of the current situation ; :. that Goldwater controlled
as one civil
I platform's rights sec.
decision seems well justified even to a wonders if It would not be advisable for 'ItIoRR/$ __. ......'.(.... -' rt.. < + $!)ifJIJ.r!! . enough and delegates that the score to nominatehim was In Hon.The

layman with no technical knowledge of municipalities, and even the state, to ..' before they got here. This Is loss of the three gov r.
I .. ,,'s: what made dull. s' states <
: the convention nor ew York,
the law. give some thought to providing authorityfor jDr" ..,' : His followers over thepast3'hDEBT Pennsylvania, Michigan -

I It seems logical that the developers such Incentive contracts? N ..l 3AnER Caused Nixon grievous damage

w M : ':i l>.!, JJ.: ,!!;.;t.!. m.M.$1X-:=r. I i i i I I >< ( R A C t R lET I 'T Cems when 1960.he They ran for were the key presidencyIn states in
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rF'W' i ;t'ltt'A 1U2.Y; _'t ik i WORLD NEWS ACROSS III giving the election to John F,
C L. A. T A K t A I 0 ,
\Vlihdrtw. !27. Bltilxe Kennedy
S A co A. D I R T. . Between them those three
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 7 Mu.lc 29 Monopoly
By drama 3LGamrol E. T E Ft N. 0 A R N E- r''L:: states have 93 of the 538 elector
tI! \\orihlpcr kill T E 0 I U M. Lit I i<; E al votes in this year's preslden.

I . . . Y ... . .. .. .. tnt decal year which endedJune 13. Mitigate :I j. Samuel ... 0 R 0 P 0 G E E: tlal election.
WASHINGTON (AP-The ex. 30 than the $98.3 billion 14 Hlghl leather C A L. S P t E. A R x Rockefeller was Nixon's rival
% tent to which defense contras dollars which was the last official iplccd! iau 33. Fresh tup t L. 0 Pt. A 8 A T I S for the nomination four years
Playing If Safe tora provide parties, gifts and estimate, Budget Director age 1'1)' DEFER KOREA ago. He was an adamant oppo.
ruined other special activities for their Kermit Gordon Informed Presl. li Fr. 35, Sum nent until Nixon made both a
Men who ire afraid of being Pupil: up E N T R 'Y S t ED.
by success should get a Job with tile employee at government ex. dent Johnson. He didn't tell 16. Flightless! 37. MufTtu pilgrimage and concessions tog
The Treadmill weather bureau pens will be studied at a public newsmen how much I.... bird 38. Fngliimi SOLUTION O* YISTHDAY PUZZLItheltrr E him. Then Rockefeller support
hearing; next week To a question, he said It 17 Amazon ed Nixon.
Remember when you looked forward to -THI CLINTON (Tom) COUJUDNIWI'amInI Rep. Porter Hardy, D.Va., "might be a good assumption"that tributary 41 Skull pro- o&T \""' *, \liiiunm There's been no such Rock*.
the salary you cut live on today it said the House Armed Services the budget deficit also will 19. Topaz Iuberallee 4/1./ (:IruiiuapcU ft. Hiallurix feller-Goldwater gettogetherthis
-TM BATTOU (N.T) surma subcommittee for special inves.tlgvtlons be smaller than the last estl. humming 43 Marked! ':\ 7 Se'IIH'\.J, time, and none between
wlU start mate which was $8.8 billion. /H (.hill. "' Scranton and Goldwater. Both
I COUNTY TIMES A tyord,to the Wise hearings bird Kltli. spots or 1 I emollh .IX
'1 ? '. Tuesday,. looking Into expenses Final figures are being com. 20 Iiuecti llnei 2. hn.e 'ImiM governors have been Intense
I ''iiitiibi 1 : *. *, ;r. .". .C.||,U tbtce. lure two kinds of people who charged under cost-plus and piled, he said, and may be rea.. 22. Mature 4), Old lul 3IIIINIIIL 9, I'|,lill critics of the senator who Is far
.;'f t( '.. :;J; .; Itii'lll11; tt.: .:: pu4 t.CSO things Impulsively, they are other types of government con dy for announcement by the end 24 Covered wins 4, "I he I 10 Ihh'astuNash more conservative than either

wHl&i .i hllhl.\m\l 1 t .\ (\ ( { y. t pn ;iniplatert. aJtllyoumrladieiaIt tracts. of the week. Johnson told a ,vines 46. IOUIII'li'! r'llrIIC' ;' d i 11"11, This week Scranton's staff
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!1Ullut .THI awoltl (.AJ Jot 4 Intense, procurement regula news conference last week he sent Coldwater a contemptuous
a. J '''I4.ctt1-.uuw.'' Iii\I 1 fiULLITIN t tioris'permit reasosable costs to expected: the final figures 19 /h, Z I ft r U KJJ la. \l l'rat Mi III I )J'"I!' I.' letter. This was In addition toScranton'
today thl.\IbolJZ! ), >I1'; parent1. it'iINCPMSSAND yy tt ttIil: !' \\ rriJtoy! t t""ar; .Mt4*e morale ,:provide '.'tomtt, good newt'?lt I 1 \\ ,,4 t mlrnl; : t: statement some': time

bow they round of Arena ''Il' 'I\,. and Hertatlohalhaxpendlturea t, ? t !)A 8 .H.:J[ N Qj6 ; i APIPr'1 I f ,''I l II IJ" I 211 dchlilw ago that Goldwatef Is.Unfit for
I ru K ( nThepolitical : HaryyiealJ.latorig'.the i commit.]I tJlt\lp\u1ko11tit1la\ nl 4 i\\. ttn the presidency Its hard' to SM
, IIOHUNDB J4AOO IAN Polltlclana make strange bWfellowa, tee .'.10 tiM' ip how the re. I serf of"meetiuga.wtd0 ed ucators'to If a f tie '. rt t&r 21.1'Rlaunbus: how he can support him .after
t ; 'I& P but they soon get used to the same bunk. | guldttstr'arteing'tdfdJrdfed( suggest action nr srvi' that. .,,
..if ,. I and applied. (I eral Un... I. "1 It i ll r 24 (:'mil ,:I' What "Romney will do II fOI.I .
aHt1tI01ofYJIUI11J.L.( HI&otLD
El .nrds T sir. 4 w>vi ( T > I It
i ors s' ) 't I
Francis Kepptl, u.s. com mis. :Y5./ !lh"rl"III'| bound
at the moment. But he
, "Born I defense leonlrectCappear'
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'I stone of education' said a limit. dim ilr.iitr\ not
to exerdse'restraint In r..r/ "//r// r// | has been In Goldwater's
t , . I ed number of school people: :Jli/' 1an'nulal camp.
.... "_' passing on such costs to the If IS 14 If l' ; :
Ik tltintiiiH
said butothers would be called to Washingtonsoon
government Hardy ,
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th ' seem as concerned to discuss school Integra.tlon l' '0 V// y ; Shrinking
0 e.rs S'a.y : ITEMS" CLIPPED ,FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS about the costs as a profligate and means of carrying out t'/z: 3tl/ ( h.ilr sup| QUICK QUIZ

traveling salesman with" a pock. the said 1934 Johnson Civil will Rights urge Act.broader He 11. %H [>vl I W5M ]1"JJ '"sii.' ",,,,
elfin of credit cards. Q-What recent discovery
'I'II'II re trli'1 Me, G e d WASHINGTON (AP-The compliance 1954 with school the Supreme. Ji J7 :; : yd JI 4' Id lnni.iiut Klliuiliird3H ': has been announced by the
s Court's desegregation
e'I less during National ?
Go0 0o government spent decree. 41 41 4' 4f d'', Sun' fink Geographic Society
:: : of the world'stallest
, A--Discovery
s* <' w MRemarks _ ::2 4(11( n >k l
i1=-.m. ;"Y'.y ., :.....: fS- - 14' 41 !Dourini living thing -a California
redwood measuring an
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a +{ I'Nuih Incredible 3678 feet, The
( trees girth is 44 feet,

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ir +Nope, we haven't been goofing

I off just because we're naturallyborn
r -i' I 1& We've had
I! lazy. a pinchednerve t .."
In the old right arm and

It his been giving ua flta. Theae "

things never kill anybody, we have ,

been told. But believe you us It .

/ sometimes makes you wish you were

II flu/IllWkWI/T/ dead. 4

I We now have some feeling in it

II I Ttai Chrlitlu. salsas Uonltor the fingers of the right hand and ... '
'But I'm NOT favorite son. I'm t real candidate.! only a few needles seem to be in rI'fJi

the fingertips when we attack this ; y

j old typewriter. -Jr.

Cowards! Old Blacksmith ShopWe Anyway, that 'a why you have If'

I In America are wont to preach Itold wam't much to look at-just an been spared this atrocity in recent HUN:/ Cute ai abutton .{

j of our superiority In sundry fields, and weatherbeaten, rambling shop at issues little Linda Cousin at
the village edge. Around It was a tangled 9 months hat a bright
of how faith abides in free enterprise. + t + t +
mass of old cultivators, wagons,
So U unsettles ui more than a little to and harrows. Inside, misehinoullppeal. NOW At age 21. beautiful Linda Cousin
wheels, sleds, plows +So what's such a "big deal"about or Newfound
learn that there are cowards In our the floor was black with dirt and Uttered land N.J gets photographer Fd Adam I
nomination as
j midst who cringe at a little thing like with hoof parings. Windows were topless swim suits for women By IRVING OESFOR "The American Face" when
an English secretary They have decreed gray-atreaked with grime and half concealed ? Them that has teM should be AP N.wlf.atu even eating pizza pie

this with masses of old cobwebs. theMbut An Associated when he became scion. of the
an outrageous embargo against allowed to wear you enterprising, This is a revolutionary search
Overhead the stringers! were rows
treasured Import. Fie! of new shoes on-dainty, lightweight shoes know as well as we do that mighty Press staff photog clca"'clil vhoUkome quality the pome and f 1"' It d coarta from a 11-ytlrtr.d I
The English secretary has become rapher. Edward T Adams pernunalfiy of his lion of crowning, a glamour
for Morgan roaders and heavy ones for few women has 'em. And that's why subject She put on no airs, there based queen
quite an institution.For years this sweet big work hortes In one corner was a came into our office one tfffcIlium mainly on the photogenic
that suit was no
make )
the topless seuit ( or artificialitya appeal of her
haa of discarded shoes plus a tangled alluring figure.
I voiced delicacy decorated New York heap day recently waving a she Kent about her duties and
I offices, turned telephone conversationsInto mass of odds and ends of metal. At one will be deader than a doornail aa sheaf of 11x14 prints. 'I've her home chores: with the camera Now if you had to picture a
symphonies and secretarial drudgery side was the forge with its big leather soon as the shock value wears off found it'" hr rnthustd. "\'\.. clicking' a.ay. beautiful but typical "American
it the old anvil and what would look for'
bellows; near was you
4 into a summer festival, and In general the half tub of black-looking scummy ++++++++++ found It! "She was just natural'Adams A college girl'! A stenographer'
"ghat" I atktd. "A summed "All
I had
new to do
; comported herself as the very model of water.It A model' An actress' Do
Believe it or not a woman fine-tram supcMJuper developer* stand by, find the right camera you
Banners and good will. She's competition was fun for mill boys to watch the oiiualne a blond . .* brunette
yes, but what right-thinking AmerIcan old smith as he heated a shoe red hot ((17 years old) whose name is An speed all-purpont film which camera"isn't grainy A hsh-onextreme moments angle and." shoot at meaningful .. or a redhead' would she hue
In the glowing coals and then poundedthe contestant in a recent an air of sophistication" ? Or do
Ann End ,
of that was a Th
ever thought as a dirty blow-up1 perfectfecus'andexpoeurewetting There will be 30 to 40 nominations
shoe to shape on the anvil . you see a "wholesome" look as
word? Some one in the London visa The old smith talked as he worked St, Augustine Floe beauty for for "The American Face.. more appropria for the title'

office, that's who. So there's a policy of and told boys stories of long ago whenhe contest So help us that' her ALL"The picture Americas situations'Face!" he each sponsored. by a loci I city These and other similar questions '
frozen enterprise now, and the English shod as many oxen as hones Perhaps real name too. re or state press photographer llave been the focus of attention
plied. "A beautiful typical group The national winner will
he heated the shoe and pounded of
secretary cannot get I permit to come again many of the country
It again for an exact At Then he drove Don't be flabbergasted if former American face. She lives in New be I'h"lIn at the NPPA convention '(press photographers for
see us any more. nails through the hoof and the holes in Collins is appointed jersey, works in New York, in La* Vegas on June 23th. monih ..and *f their many
Here's an Insult to Oov LeRoy camerasa.
More's the pity. the shoe He twisted off the nsil ends photograph beautifully in everything Frt iam'i personal nomination well. And the
i the :English girl who has fought her and filed the ends smooth with the big to succeed Bobby Kennedy aa Attor- she does .and tit, gets may 101 wind up as the chosen: cane, a* a did, to Ed answer Adams may on
way to the top on foreign soil, and an ra ney General of the U. S. when Ken my nomina,ion tauly queen but it's her type of a routine aignnentt The, im-
affront to the American girl throughthe p.Old blacksmith shops are gone-gone reaigno which he will chea T>' "'1 how I learned (hut :NOT posing and his type ofliII"Ie.nl portant thing ? to
inherent suggestion that she can't with the wagons and sleighs of yester nedy ii,,T "'sbeenan ,nin, < national! si hooting that can the subject recognisewhen
stand the hat of crow-ocean rivalry. year. But there are men in office'\ and the time seems propitious. Otherwise -cut.)" on 'i: part; if th. National' prodUi wi''r''ng puture famate "r your camera hat, matter before
Let's get oft this sticky wicket in a factory who look back over the years' why would ollins give up Press Photographers! Aas xiationINPPO photographers" Keep n in Adams was photographing significance the
F trice, before we are known as a nation and remember the pleasant hours they $75,000 a t, work for peanuts I: ) to '. ,i and own the mind ten your're recording the ...ork-a-d., world and horn lif* ofa
of boor Really, IIOw.-N.W York H.r- spent in an old blacksmith itop. -Boi- year "lost bl, .nr'i tvpirilh, Aner. a'a ,v>ur vty.ngster r typical, Amer,:an a.c' 't '> Ii'
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6 COLLIER Ot\TY) SEW I Wl'dnfllda. July 1 1., !1961 TUOITI : Alva J. hosier
Speed and 8-year-old Sharon .omithvtlle Tenn., 5 pounds 12 10 In Port Royal registered at Commissioners
oz., caught in Wiggins Pass June Boat Haven
Fishing. missed the
. Lynn Speed barely
25th and registered at Hogue'sGulf JEWFISHt John Marlnl Jr.,
top places in the snook division -
ifontmiH'd from pave 1)) with their 131/2 pound and Coast Fishing Camp second Mlramar, Fla., 116 pounds
Charlotte t.Crawford, Miami caught/ In the Isles of Capri June Hard At Work
kerson (6 years old), Marco 14 paid oatcnes. In additionto
5 pounds 1 oz., caught May 16th registered at Isles of Capri
i G pounds, 12 oa., caught June the closeness in site the two
24th Hurricane Pass and
regis- Fishing Lodge, second B.G.
7 in the Rt. 92 cana1111c1 registered girls caught their snook within
at Ship Ahoy; second, 46 minutes of each other on June tered at Marco Lodge. Hawks Miami, 1081/2 pounds, Budget
SNAPPERi Bruce Grooms, caught In the Marco"Snook Hole"May On New
Lewis Gtlbert,30068arrett\ Ave., 21st and at the same spot Marker
Falrborn 5 14 ,
Ohio pounds oz. 2'1th. guided Capt.George
Naples.15 os., caught in Dollar 55 in Shell Bay. .
I bay May 24 and registered at An additional award Is also caught at Marco Beach June 26th Teaney of Ship Ahoy. In a continuing 1964.65 budget slty next summer for a slx.weeksummer

Boat Haven. being made ro John Manglapiaof and registered at Boat Haven SNOOKt Jay Yoder Braden- study, the County Commission atyesterday' school Adams plans to/
ton, 28 pounds 2 and heard work on a master's degree in
second, J.M. Klskltsee Apopka, oz., caught meeting Depu.
TROUT: Bill Day, Miami, 2 ]14)) ) 13th St. No., Naples, in
fOI R I 11a., 2 pounds 12 oz., caught registered at Naples Pier June ty Clerk Rh>s Beatty estimatethe law, specializing managementof
pounds 5 oz., caught at Cape an on: Mangrove :snapper
aOthfGaryGlllinan Mlaml,2612pounds new budget will reach about county government He said
June 4th at Big Marco Pass and
Romano May 24 and i registered: caught off the City \Dock James
caught In Wiggins Pass 908000. This Included all raises his law partner, Elklns
registered at Isles of
Idle Hour I Fish c i 27th. Capri
at amp May June 16th and the asked in departmental budgets will be available as a "sit-in"
:,NOOK: Leonard Hopkins, The Jaybees will be award- Lodge. registered submitted so far during Ills absence.
PoifO parkman, Ohio, 1 irt pounds, Ing merchandise priMs including MACKEREL: Mrs. Howard This represents a Jump of
Tournament Chairman
(caught on 8 pound test line), fishing and sporting" equip- Rouse Midway Ky., 3 pounds Harold"Skipper" about $43,000 over the 1963.04 The Commission recessed at
it Horse Creek June 10th and ment and wristwatches donated caught and registered June 19 Smith reported that document. The millage Increase, 1:30 p.m., and sat as a board of

registered at Port-O-Call; se by local business firms.OUTOFCOUNTY. at Naples Pier; second M.D. other out-of-town entries came Beatty estimated would be about equalization and heard com.
cond Miles ScofleW Jr., 624 Bradford Miami, 2 pounds 10 from such scattered points as 35 or .40 mills plaints from Peter L. Schereron

Pollard PI., Naples, 17 pounds Os.. caught and registered May Turlock California Philadelphia In another look at departmental assessments of lots In East
Columbus Ohio Nashville I. the commll5lont'ra look. Naples and from Sidney BenUlen
j in Doctor's Bay In the Chamber 30 at Naples Pier. budgets ,
n t oz., caught sponsored
TARPON Bill B. Creever Youngstown Charlotte and Savannah ed unfavorably' upon a number of on assessments against acreageon
May 19th and registered at Naples competition for out of county fIIIif. ,,; >' Increases asked for ,and boostedthe the Turner's River Road in I
Ala. 80
Huntsvllle pounds,
Pier. resident! Winners of the Chamber's out- p"Rtr.Pl 1963.64 figures in others.Fin. the eastern part of the county
caught at Marco 3rd and sceJ .
..I'EClALAWARDS made POMPANOs First Edward July \
i being place of-town division will recleve al action on the budget la ex. Commissioners heard County
by the Jaybees to young Leonard E. Wright, Orlando. registered at Boat Haven. engraved pected in future meeting Tax Assessor Sam CoMing dee
of their
l Hopkins for his 18-pound 4 pound 4 os., caught May 20th REDFISHj Homer L. Dixon, trophies as proof 'tP /.t' : J The Humane Society of Naples fend his assessments as a "Just

snook (see above) because of his in Big Marco Pass and registered Tampa 5 pounds 2 oz., caught accomplishment.The requested a jump of $100 per value" and made no changes in
accomplishment In at Ship Ahoy second May 20th at the Isles of Capri various awards for the month In a minimum guaranteed. the assessments
outstanding: i ,HenryA. A BIG I BITE I RTrainer's hand moves quickly
8 reclstertJ at the Isles of Capri overall contest all divisions, At present the county' pays $200. Coldlng asked the Commissionto
landing it on only pound Jones. Jr.. Miami 2 pounds
out of the when (aces comet up for lunch The false
will be presented in special way
ceremonies This to meet continue to sit
Fishing Lodge.SHEEPSHEADj. request appeared as an equalization
5 and
tot line, on. caught at
registered which have been killer whale le a denizen of the Sea Lift brk .in Honolulu with disfavor board and It will meet
,pedal awards are going alsoo Naples Pier May 17th.GROUPER B.M. Royalty, _. .. , ,
scheduled -- ---- The Collier County Library at 1:30 .m,
Hanodsburg Ky., 2 pounds 14 forSaturdayJuly26th.The r again p Tuesday July
from Birmingham -
two young. Ala., who were similar Petersburg, : 3 Sophia pounds Dally 4 oz.St., oz., caught June 14th at Doctor's and program will be held will begin on the at Naples 3p.m. Read the Want Ads ]one requested eight to a Jump three in sixteenths mlllage for It :1. .

Pass, registered at Naples Pier
winners In last year's event. I caught and registered at Naples ; appeared the library millagewlll
Linda_ second, Margaret Galloway.Chi- fishing Pier L -- .. .--- 3 Die In Crash
_Both u 11-vear-old Ann Pier Mav__, 21st.____. not be changed, but additional resources -
will be available because
of increased assessed valuation
Of West GermanJet
of county property. I

Departmental requests for five
per cent raises for employeeswere Airliner
generally given tentative apt
1 proval. This included depart. ANSBACH, Germany (AP)-
menta of agriculture, veteran's A Boeing 720 Jet airliner of West
service office, county Judge's Gei many's Lufthansa Airlines
:office and the Justice of peace crashed today on a test flight,
Dfflce: killing all three 'persons aboard

The sheriffs budget was not Polite at this Bavarian town
Jlscussed at yesterday's meet southwest of Nuernberg said the

mr:. The County Health Depart plane trashed into a wooded h
nent budget has not been nub urea about 2 miles from a U.S.
nltted. Army air strip at Kettersbarh.
Approval was given to a boostof "We must presume that the
$1,000 in the county welfare pilot was attempting an emergeiuy .
budget, Jumping it from $2,500to lauding there," a police
$3,500. Tentative raises were spokesman here said.
suggested In allowances for ad. He said the three boilles had
ults and children receiving wet. been recoveied.
fare help from $12 to $16 for A Lufthansa spokesman said
adults and $4 to $5:; for child. the three nelsons were em.

ran, to be administered at the ploves of the West German air.
discretion of the welfare nurse.
line.The airliner had taken off

The Commission approved a from Frankfurt for a test night
revised water rate schedule for and was to return to Frankfurt
the Isles of Capri users. The without landing elsewhere
new rate will be $6 for the first Lufthansa sail, it hid no hull
3,000 gallons used, with a scale cation of the Issue of the I'rush.
which slides downward as the Two U.S. Army rescue hell

gallonage increases. Previously, coders rt'Jlortedly were rushed
V v the rate was $3 for the first 2,. to the scene.Gerstein; .
000 gallons, and $2.50 per 1,000
"; ' additional gallons used. "
\ p i: :: Asks

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A letter from Everglades
\ On
r 6,,' Chamber of Commerce notified Crackdown

i 'aa ) the Commission of Its readiness Homos In Dade
i y to operate the proposed Welcome
,; , 'Station at Carnestowo\ and sought MIAMI '(AP) '-Stat Attorney a
Information as to an expecteddate Richard Gerstein urged county

I ''e h'' for the beginningcfionstrui. police agencies Tuesday to Join
M tlon, him in a "concerted and coordinated

County Engineer Harmon Turn drive" against homosexu-

'kr er reported that the proposed als.In
letters to law enforcement
welcome station was high on a
priority list but no definite dateto heads Gerstein said "increas.ing .
start construction was set. incidence" of sexual deviation
k He said engineers had been sur. is of "great concern be.
veylng the 7.acre site for legal cause of the Involvement of ju.
I : J ( descriptions and that the State veniles to an alarming degree

Highway Department continued in homosexual encounters and
.t "
r a- No preliminary plans to build a crimes

A'k patrol station at the site

County Attorney James R. Ad. Reds Ambush

ams received a favorable res.

sale iscomplete ponse from the commissionerson Viet
a proposal that he be per. Convoy,
milled to attend Harvard Unlver.

Killing 17

Seek To Settle SAIGON, Soutn Viet Nam
; until (AP>-A Communist Viet Cong
Teamster StrikeIn battalion ambushed a Vietnam.ese .

government truck convoy
Dade, Broward rumbling into a mountain valley

MIAMI\ (AP)-Jell-Mi! m...IU. Tuesday, killing 17 and wound.
Ing 21. It was the second major
the meal is
eaten tors met today nltl unloi and ambush in two days
management in eltortv! to settle
On Monday three American
a 15! day."Id l l Teamster! Union
officers and 16 Vietnamese were
strike lumicrinc constructionactlvih

IS I THIS I andENjOYEDt'THE in Da Itand Brouanlcounties. bush.killed No Americans north of Saigon were. In with an am.the

Other unions IIUI'IM'rthIR| ( the
latest Vietnamese convoy, head.
t walkout b r honoring r pit kc'tHi
pt or "iilikittiit. JohMtes werelIl Ing from Tam Ky near South.
Viet Nam's northeast coast toward
"S: i Clr lit CUM otter 10
the mountain valley of
lato' It ir be hell I in ,q i t,'mt.Tin ; .
Phuoc Chau when it was hit
trlkt ii \"'Ivtt\ Otruck
,, I The ambush: took place eight
In I' '1 lit 11 Jul 1 I un I IIII
"mll"t ts .,xi.in,,' 'ith .miretu : miles inland from Tam Ky a
, Vietnamese spokesman said
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EDITORS NOTE James But in his first semester of

Franclscus, the Yale English teaching John Novak grew far
i ajar who plays a school teach. behond these limits.
:ackles here the difficult Job of Neuman's impertinent expert.
explaining the worlds that separate ment-to bring a sincere, ded.
a hard-working, ambitious icated unhystertcal teacher to
I DIFFERENCE ? young actor from the hard. television's audience-succeed

I working dedicated young teach.er ed.
he portrays week after week. Now real students write us
He writes for Cynthia Lowry about how they gain Inspirationfrom
beHeves that who Is on vacation John Novak. Real teachers
Publlx guarantees good enUnl: .
By JAMES FRANCECUS admit to finding new dignityand
"no salo is complete until tho meal is eaten and enjoyed. HOLLYWOOD (AP-4'm a new purpose In their lives

t In your interest Publlx demands tho quality little Intimidated by a high because of him and Principal
school teacher named John No. Albert Vane, who Is played by
and value that measure up to this guarantee. vak. Dean Jagger.

It's my Job to portray him on The letters have a tendency to
With this assurance you can buy at Publlx with the "Mr Novak" series, but the lump John Novak and James

select will more I learn about him, the Franclscus Into one big fuzzy
confidence. . certain that whatever you
more I realize that the Job de. package and praise me for my
bo economical- and a plcasuro to servo and cat minds something besides acting selfless devotion to education.

restlII skill But I'm not John Novak, the

Because Publlx cares, your shopping can be carefree John Novak, In case you selfless, underpaid teacher.
haven't been Introduced, Is a I'm James Franclscus, the
a . an important IIappy Difference.POOUX practical, hard-working Idealist. well-paid actor Through letters

He campaigns every Tuesday and daily personal contact with
A 1MARK6TS Como and enjoy tho Happy Difference 800n . at Publlxt! night, against' Ignorance and in. educators who work with the

cilia He decided while on duty "Mr. Novak" show, all of us-
with the Air Force In Korea that the cast, the production crew,

PLEAS"UREI knowledge, not guns, holds the the writers have a powerfulnew
WHERE SHOPPING IS A solution to many of man's prob. awareness of the educa.tor's .
... ' II f ', Urns urgent role in our culture
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producer Jack Neuman Novak-to the John Novaks and
created and asked me to play the Jane Novaks In big schools
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Yanks SqueakBy Top Pros ReadyFor ,

Orioles; Yogi 46th PGA

Quiets Nerves Meet Thursday I

a NEW YORK (AP>- 'Thls had ( olt'MHUS, Ohio (AP-
to be the most exciting game oft
\inuld I palmer want to win SPORTS
the year. I don't ever remem ,!IJ{:)k Mcklaus" must win Tony
bar being as nervous as 1 was .
1.1"ii""i lesn't much care.
in that ninth :y' +A
Inning r n)Lt',, (he !story of the three . . . .
r This Berra's . . . . . . . - . .
was Yogi read i "''lIP' In the 46h POA tour. I
Uon -after taking time to settle which .
,11. it open here Thurs.i '
Ms nerves-following Tuesday i I.. the Columbus Country 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS ttedm.day, July" 15. 1964

night's 4.3 squeaker over Baltimore i iw.nuse.1 , I
that moved the New York
\ Id ll.S. Open champ Ken
Yankees to within two points of \ inn, ". ho says he Is ready.

the first place Orioles. i I' Mini off cloud nine and get Champagne Tony Alger Hero
That ninth left
inning even I ,I'k, to work Throw In Gary ,
staid Yankees who
are sup Pi, 11. \\iu> is putting again.
posed to be accustomed to such

things"One, spent from excitement. i member a c >Id-a Billy dangerous Casper,sign.who Is Poor Boy Who Made Good
Is 1m.
game no } Hi, plays, best when he's hurt.
portant than the next, said In

Clete Boyer, who contributed a "And that's the chalk talk fort COLUMBUS, Ohio. (AP) fancv Hid 1 puts on i big I !: show ,

fielding gem In that dramatic iik t! >n i ornament, last of the Big Tom li-nu, willed/ awe none'haUutjt but It'* all an old.

Inning "But it was a must Film> in golf A Inner from liitr \ (111.1 cigarette held .it a i Its Lema's gimmick and ,i
game for both team. It could rakish In tow stilt, good one.Actually.
aan tide those six would come ai aiitfle a ,
turn out to be the most im.
l a ins surprise, although there holder. Lema la a hand.
portant" game of the year." ar.' plenty in the field Why} "A little: gift; from the Ink* some, modest young man, 30

1 don't remember a game - ____.- could do It.Vll of Wliu'Kot!. in Paris" lie mid t I sears old, deep.set blue eyes
this 1 - -- - 4
wanted to win
year as the top pros are here for 1"'IIIIt't'lIdlnltl1"'kln, : ashen i i dark ,curl hat and a slim fie
CHAMPION Johnson Jeff Johnson ;Mark Finger, Steve Steele !
much aa this one, said Mick DODGERS of Naples Senior League fiom his dark blazet.
the annual family party, Includ. > ore, lie broke a thousand teen
ey Mantle, who scored the win. won 12 games and lost five during the recently Carlos Alfonso, Mont Ilaikmv Not present for Ing such greats as Ben Hogan, Kenentutl, the nl'l'.S' age hearts less than a >eai ago

fling run In the eighth "All the completed regular season. Front row, from left, pirtuio were Don Lixlitm( i and ->onv substitute Sam Snead, Vic Ghezzl and old Open| champion, came Into tin''when' he man led, an airline

guys one. were keyed up for this Bill Davidson, Ron Fienfield, Ron Rose, John John. players. Cypress l.odlCl' :J9. sponsoiod the team. Demi)' Shute, last man to win locker room it the Columlmi hostess, Beth Cline.s .

Al Downing the Yankee son, Rocky lamurri. Standing, manager Robert (NEWS photo) the PCA two years In a row. Count Club: .,,d! tossed IU ; He Is popular with his fellow
young That was 1936.37. shoes Into :a m-ailw. Mail. pros. The gvllerv loves him and
lefty, carried a one run edge Palmer wants this one badly. "Oh.(111 nest lx the 'lellowwho lie Is even making inroads Into '

Into the ninth. He fanned Glno Stahlman Rolls Over Tropics It Is the only big one he has won that Ami'ilcan tounu' Ainlw's Arnu. f
Clmoli but walked Jerry Adair. j "
never won. He predicted It will nil-lit. Lema wild aitectlng .1 i And If he >'in add the l'G x
Pinch hitter Boog Powell take a score of 272, eight under British aneiit.Venturl. championship, here this week
blooped a low fly torn 60 feet .
par for the 34.36-70 course who (1t"I'up with 1 end, lie may grab them all. lie'-
from the plate along the third Stone Builders Clinch Softball \ which measures only 6,851 Lena In the Golden I Gate area that kind of IrU) .
base line. Boyer, playing deep, 111Frt.Roundup ards, short for these days, diound San F'rJlwls'o11111..1.,
charged In and made a spectac. .
Mcklaus, a Columbus boy This Is !guile neu plamoi
ular sliding catch, grabbing the .itioiul wlimei of tin' Brit, Bowen's
who has not won a big one> Marty
ball Inches above the ground. Title Publix By THEAIJ8OCUTlD this year even though he Ii the isli OIHMI 1.lbt1'1..lId.. the l1I11st t
By Crushinq 17-5
Two were out
leading money winner with colorful liguie to flash auoss
But Downing walked Jackie : PR some 81000. the r.1I&IIIlnl': the Incomparable Team On Top In
Brandt, Luis Aparlclo beat out DICK This his last to Walter tltpfii ot for
Bj COUCH Is chance get !
an infield roller and the bases SECOND HALF STANDINGSW off the Publix first with a home run In the third, and scored the
Associated Press Sports Writer into the World Series of Golf, Golden Twenties.
were filled. Downing worked the L run to right-center, and In the go-ahead run on Lester Liles' The trouble with the Baltl. which he won the last two The Hulir was flash and i City Hoop LoopMarty
count to two strikes and two Stone 9 2 second Gary Peer beat out an double. Three more Stone runs 1 'tMtern wt'ietlie
more Orioles is they can't win years. Palmer, the Masters win. flans>o>ant. Ills s\\ Bowen's team jumped
balls on Norm Siebern before Infield hit and scored In the founh made It 6-2. Bill', :Ms
Stahlman T 4 on two those one-run ball games. ner; Lema and Venturi are already lleeclest. the ctt'.isiIn first ill alone In tin
| Into place
the left-handed batter ended the Tropics 4' errors. Longshore doubled, Ernest McCormick The trouble Is only three days In.Lema. knickers the uliaiifsl and. his recreation biskelball
summer <
game with a fly to center" Publix 2 9 Schultheis tripled In the tying singled Flowers trip- old but it's beginning to tell on who staved off a great garb the most radiant on tlie league bi) beating Steve Cluk's
"It was a big one, admitted led, and Schultheis singled. the pennant-hungry Orioles. challenge by Mcklaus In the last 38.30.
team night,
"but Oriole Manager than Hank tomorrow'Bauer, Stone Builders Clinched the Henry Caballero singled across , They dropped a 4.3 decision to British Open, said "I don't think tour.A somewhat slmllai JUh.'III'. 1 In the other contest at the high

no and bigger the after 1964 Naples men's Softball lea McKinley Leads two runners as Stone add, New York Tuesday night In the 1 can get up for another big one and class are tuck-mails ol school gymnasium, Van Weeks

game game day gue championship last night ed four runs In the sixth Harry opener of a vital three-game set so soon, but who knows? I'm In Ton Lema, the poor widow's" i team edged Tom Deinard's ,

that."The pennant won't be de. with a convincing 17-5 victoryover Pack In National Blckford hit a two-run homer and saw their American League a trance. I don't practice, I Just son who escape) juvenile ,,11'1111.qullIrV 4440. There are tow mote nights
lead to hit the ball. I'm
dwindle one-half Everything
tided in this series nor the se.rice Publix Market In the final and Longshore slugged a four- game on fie docks of the''of recreation. basketball lelt,
Tennis TournamentRIVER over the onrushing Yankees. doing Is right. West Coast and rant out of oli.siurltv soil, next
with the bases Thursday Tuesday, with
after that. We'v got a long game of the regular season. bagger full as The Orioles suddenly have lost And Venturi, who 'look the to Hall i .
.1 prominrutniche
basketball and ,
other athletl !
way to go. Sure the Yankees After the game. Stone manager FOREST, HI. (AP- Stone wrapped up Its scoring their touch in pressure games Open to end three years of In gof.! activities
are tough. Nobody has to tell Buck Flowers accepted the America's defending Davis Cup with seven runs In the seventh.. after reeling off 21 victories In heartache and despair, said "I When he wins a touiiunicnl < beginning\ at 7:30.
me that But we've got a tough tall sqttad competing In the 54th an. Schultheis pitched a six-hitter can't but the The rebounding of Bowen, Dill
team championship trophy their first 23 one-run contests. see anything flag. -and he's won lour of Ills list
club McClmtotk and Al Mac'knev lea.
too. from Ron McCune of the Recreation nual National Clay Court Ten. and four of the runs he gave up They were beaten twice by De. Somebody asked me why I keep six--he springs for cliamiugne' toed the Bouen,Clirk .
Department Each Stone nls Championships has been were scored with the aid of troit-each time by a 4.3 scorein shooting at the flag. 1 told him, In the press room. game

Mickey Mantle player received an Individual given captain the Bob word Kel1eher-"Don't from its 1963 errors. With two singles a 10 Innings -before Mickey 'That's where the holes are.'. He uses a fancy cigarette, which The two was squads a slow.paced were In a tussle.first.

award. double, and a triple, Schultheis Mantle, Tom Tresh and Al holder, auuallv given him, Iii place tie prior to last tight
Fifteen players were honoredby go through" the pacts of just also paced his team's IS-hlt: Downing collaborated for Tuesday Plugger of the Year In 1963, ap. the onetime King Edward of rug
Has Proudest competing night's Yankee victory be. parently has run out of fingers. last weekend He tilks,I Bowen, Hackney and Charles
being selected to the all-star The word, so far has been offensive Flowers had three land Flood each scored, 10 points forthe
fore a New York crowd of 38,. One victory shy of the .500
team. Jim Wheelerhardhittingand driven home hits and Longshore and McCormick mark and one out from reaching winners, and McCllntock added .

Day Of LifeNEW slick-fielding shortstop for Five members of that 1963 two each. 102.Stu Miller, the wily junkman it, the defending world champ Unbeaten Eagle eight. Archie Turner and

the second-place Stahlman Pro> squad have successfully passed of the Baltimore bullpen, was on Los Angeles Dodgers were Mike Sharp each scored eight

YORK (AP) -1 think party Maintenance team,was recognized their first two tests. LEAD EARLY the victim of eighth Inning hits beaten Tuesday night on a two. Meets Winless for Clark's side, Clark was below

this I* the proudest moment of as the league's most Leading the pack is tough Stahlman scored six first-Inn-> by Mantle and Tresh that run pinch Jilt single by Bob Skin. average with six points, and

my life," Mickey Mantle said valuable player. Chuck McKinley, a 22.year.old Ing runs to take a big early broke a 3.3 tie and gave the ner that capped a four-run ninth Easterner Today Benny Roome and Roger Combs

Tuesday. Art Schultheis, pitcher and halter, who likes to "leave 'em lead over Tropics. Foy Pal- Yankees their fifth straight trl- Inning uprising and gave the St. put in four apiece,
Th*. famed Yankee Slugger's cleanup hitter for Stone, got four. laughing" lance had two singles In the innIng umph. Downing weathered a Louis Cardinals an 8-7 victory beaten American, R.I. (Eagle) and I The Weeks Bernard contest

comment was not made after a hits In four at bats and finish', The rock 'em, sock 'em type and sent In two runs with ninth Inning storm and won his And once again Perranoski, winless Easterner meet today-', was close all tile way. Bill
his matches
horn run or a game.winninghit. player won opening his second hit. Bill Hartterand fourth In a row with a slx.hltter. who last year at this time was bplnclei tossed In 22puints for the
ed with
a .472 batting weather permitting the current
average.He First he eliminated
The setting was several Elsewhere in the AL Juan standing National League bat. winners Glenn ,
| King added 1G
won the hitting trophy, though i Frank LaMothe of New Orleans Buddy Forsythe also sing-1 series of America's Cup
miles from Yankee Stadium. Pizarro became the league'sfirst lens on their ears en route to a and Jeff Johnson, AI De Potter,
The place was the sixth floor Wheeler led the league most of 6.4, 64.Chuck. led. 13-game winner as Chicago 16.3 record, wound up standing trials. and Dudley Goocllette had two

of the new Dr. Harold R. Cronin the season. retired to write letters Winning pitcher Russ Stahlman i topped Boston 4.2; Washington under the shower The 27-year American Eagle a 1904-built apiece. Carl Wltkop paced the

Research Building at St. Vln. Wheeler went one-for-three for an hour then ousted Ger. doubled home two runners as nipped Minnesota 4.3; Detroit old left.hander put down one vessel backed by the New York losers with 12 points' Dennis

cent's Hospital. last night as Stahlman crushed many's Ilorst Ritter, 8.2. 64. the Stahlman team added three beat Los Angeles by the same uprising in the eight, but failed Yacht Club Committee, has won Fields had 10, Ed Stoner eight,

The occasion was the dedlca. Tropics Drive Inn. 14-3, and McKinley, of San Antonio, runs In the third. Errors resulted score and Cleveland. outlasted In the decisive ninth. five straight races In the New Mark Finger six, and Steve Steele
tlon of the Mickey Mantle R*. Wheeler finished with a .462 Tex., set such a good example, In two more runs In the Kansas City 9.,. Walks to Curt Flood and Dick England series and 12 overallin four.

search Laboratory for Hodgkln batting percentage. his nit Davis Ralston Cup, Frank teammates Froehllng, Den., fifth, and in the seventh Stahl- Bf MIKE THET Groat and a single by Ken Boy.er the competition to determine Coach Early *ynn of the
disease. Named the all-star man hit a home with the Associated gave the Cardinals a run and Britain
to team Marty Rlessen and Arthur Ashe PressSports Writer a Cup defender against Cleveland Indians won 300 American
The laboratory Is named after when Perranoskl ran the counton
Mantle because he lent his were Schultheis Flowers, David won seven matches among bases empty and Forsythe hit Ron Perranoski, the Dike.Base'baJI Bill White to 3-0 out he in September' League games and lost 244
Weeks, RlchLe Yahl. and Harry them. one with a man on to close out
name to a fund raising cam. came. Bob Miller completed the
patgn for the establishment of Blckford of Stone; Russ Stahl- The eight survivors In the the scoring. walk, Mike Shannon bouncedout

the research center. Mantle's man, Wheeler, Claude Cothron, women's ranks get Wednesday Tropics obtained five hits, as a run scored and then Major League LeadersNational I

father died of the disease. and Bob Hartnett of StahlmanjRollle ; oft They'll enter qua rter.final four for extra bases, but was Skinner: slapped his gamewln.

Those on hand for the cere. /Rice, Bud Shlmer, and action Thursday. able to break through only In fling hit. League American League

many included four other Yan. Chuck Kelly of Tropics and Heading the list of hopefuls the first and founh Innings. Dan- StandingsNational The loss was charged to Per Batting (225 at bats) WII. Batting (22r at bats)-Ollva,

kees and doctors nurses, and Van WeeksMlkeRansandDavld will be 15year.old Peaches ny Scott doubled and scored In I. ranoski, who has made 36 ap Hams Chicago .342; Clemente, Minnesota, .338; Mantle New
dozens of Bartkowlct who won the first this season and been Pittsburgh .340. York ,333.RunsOllva.
patients. Pease of Publ1x.REBOUND the first Inning. Bud Shinier dou- LeagueSan pearances ,
Mantle who usually prefers to set 6.3 and was leading 2.1 Inset bled to start a two-run fourth, Fran. 52 34 .603 In 24 losing games while com Runs-Mays, San Francisco, Minnesota, CO;

listen rather than to talk, was AND HOWI No. two when Gwyneth and Jimmy Haynes had an RBI Philadelphia 49 33 .598 1 piling a 4-5 record with a medl. 74; Allen, Philadelphia, CO. Allison, Minnesota, 02.
Thomas of Cleveland was urgedto ocre 3.52 earned run average.Last Runs batted In-Mays San Runs batted
not In Klllelirew
scheduled to speak. ,
Publix took a 2-0 lead after single In that Inning. Cincinnati 46 39 .541 5'fPittsburgh
But he asked for the microphone the sidelines on a physicians'advice 43 39 S24 7 ; year at this stage, h. had Francisco, 63; Boyer R. Louis, Minnesota, 68; Stuart, Boston,
Ballance led Stahlman's 12-
last but Stone
two innings night made 34 appearances and been 59. 67.

ered and to thank said the"I think people this gath.is went ahead with three third- In second rounds, Froehllng, hit attack with three singles. St., Louis 44 43 41 42 .:'118 T/t In 18 winning games with a 9.2 Hits-Williams, Chicago, 111; Hits-Ollva, Minnesota, 122;
Milwaukee .506 8Vi
the proudest moment of my Inning runs and steadily piled up of Coral Cables, Fla., defeated Stahlman had two hits, and so did Los 41 43 .488 10 record and a brilliant 1.80 ERA. Clemente, Pittsburgh, 11 O. Robinson Baltimore, 101.

life." the runs. Mike Van Hall led Bob Bennett, Chicago, 6.3, 6.3. Hartter and Forsythe. CJiMgq Angeles 40 43 ,482 10'/i The Giant went down to ang.T Doubles Clemente, Pittsburgh Doubles Allison Minnesota,

-i.. a.r Houston 39 48 .448 IS'/i' defeat at' Milwaukee: as the !M; Williams, I Ichjcat*, 2.1 Olive, Minnesota, 22.

New York 26 61 .299 261Tuesday's Braves rode home runs by 23. Triples tastrzemskl, Bos.
Results rookie Rico Carty and veteran Triples Santo, Chicago 8; ton and Versalles Minnesota,

t:till ago 4, New York 2 Eddie Mathews to their 12th Pinson, Cincinnati 7. 8; Fregosl, Los Angeles 7.
cin<'!Innatl 6.10, Houston 5.3, victory in the last 17 games. The Home runs-Mays, San Fran. !Home runs-Ktllebcew, Mlime-

Hi game II Innings Giants, however retained their Cisco, 27; Williams Chicago sola, 32; Powell, Baltimore,
one game lead over Philadelphia 21. 23.
Milwaukee 8 San Francisco 7
4.3 losers at Pittsburgh. Stoles bases-Wills, Los An. Stolen bases AparlcloBaltimore .
St. Louis 8 Los 7
THEONLY PlttshniRh 4 3 Thlrd-place Cincinnati closed geles, 31; lIarper, Cincinnati 34; Well, Chicago' 16.
,'.Philadelphia to within 5'01' the top by and Brock, 3. Louis, 19.
Toda Games
> weeping Houson 6-5 in 11 In. Pitching (I decisions) Kou. Pitching (8 duo Isions)-Ford,
AUTHORIZED New York at ChicagoPhiladelphia flings and 10.3 and Chicago Cubs fax, Los Angeles, 13.4, .765: New York, 11.2. .846; Bunker,

.\lu at Pittsburgh! N defeated the New York, Mets 42. Bunnlng, Philadelphia, 9.3. .7 ,0. Baltimore, 9.2, .818
'4. ,;' San Francisco at Milwaukee, Strikeouts-Koufax, Los An. Strikeouts RadaU, Boston,

i't N The gelei, 146; Drysdale, Los An. 108; Wlckersham Detroit, and
: ::1'':- Angeles at St. Louis, N ["r'one R geles, 132. Pascual, Mbmesaa,107.
nut,.n at Cincinnati, N
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MtdnrstUy July IS. 1964 COLLIER COl\TY NEWS

I j 1 I Major Kelly Died In Viet

___ Pp77 I jU j- While On Errand Of Mercy

\ ilit. r's Not* Wort than 150 witness to the inevitable resultOf

t.S. ten-icemen have died Ini battle, the wounded and the

i <' < ''II :I. .unst the Viet Cone In d* d. This eeemed to strengthen 'u /oi'

-''jth' \1,1 Nam This U how hit resolve to do all he could to

d"". >i lliun died. help

11PETER ARNETT He insisted on flying at night

sAIL'N, South Viet Nam In a helicopter "This awe

V\I>)-When Maj. Charles L. don't have to carry lijhts ajtd Jkffdwa 2-2/07

Kolh OI'W his helicopter down can move undetected," he said

tu the Mekong River delta seven More than once he landed his - - - - -
. . . . . . . See Se S Se ss sees se . 5 55555 55555 5 .
ro" iths at", he told everyone I he chip by flashlight, flickering it

...'"," tii'i"Wo! flj)' anywhere anytime on tho ground. as he landed.
Often IAnnouncementsPUZA CVIL TIlE: NFWH FOR 48-Apts. For Rent
: at night radio Opeis.tori .
This urt delivered in distant InllllER $ T.tMi's1Boatu.Motors
: phrase posts would he.i BEAUTY SALON EBB TIDE Arts

flatly in a Georgia drawl and crackling over the radlcc "ThisIs .lest r TSAr,.... Trul. WttMy' Monthly' S......
' .i1 rlnrous, adherence to It, ok Duttoff ((KeUY" code MIdy" 23BoatsMotors.", Modirn lurnnh.d tflicitncm'
.,. At ; \ woaved an aura around the name.) Just passing over. Fv. Accel. 4 bedroom ion
Ktlly Rd E Niplttltl
touch, slightly built major. erythlngo.K.?" >/

Roll; from Sylvanla, Ga., The call Kelly took> at Ms Atces.

flew an ambulance helicopter base July 1 was a routine one II Lym BOAT n run.bout FOR SALE- 10(1( ho A Conditioned APT fOR lurnnhid RENT .,.
with bright red crosses paintedon A U.S. adviser had been wound. HUNK SMITH Qriv inboird .: Livt but willtilrit licitncy "Apt' roar b..ch and
0 b Us sides. He didn't carry a ed by a Communist tnpitac CHRIS CRAFT SALE 1100 00 St Dub Turmr pur IMOD pit month. Mid'
; "ZSS i
J t '...." 'JIl;; "' gun but a medical bag which round and needed immediate DOn BROKERAGE ;mi w.t ; MI? y/m

II D.".... C.b C, ClnRtductd Loyal' nr conditioned .0..'...
he sometimes opened to help evacuation
!MAN FROM: TilE 5-Butmess OpPI. N Nipln luKbit I
BRINY UEEP-Seamen need not be trapped beneath the ,urlaic of to I? >M cy idult
the in out hard-pressed doctors flying Kelly arrived over the loca 21 Conturw Sk Bo.il Fill tM Mo y ,rlv Ml } JJ7| I to I
sea a stricken
submarine This emergency escape vest provides bouxano and a HP ? ; oH or Ml' t ttf j'l.tlrilcuncy
with him into battle areas. tlon in Ving Long Province and ??5 any i
protective air bubble for the submariner as he ascends from a submersed vessel The 0*... C.b Cr Shl'PZ'\ BUIINFSi OPPORTUNITY
vest He was carrying this bag steered his helicopter toward a Ol'>.. O Bd Both tl ISO Qood a" "l but'n.it. he, till WitMy or Month
was developed by the Navy and the Air Cruisers Division of Garrett Corp. huh when he flew Into a hamlet In landing There had been no H Cncn Craft Tw,n Screw cm,.",., lunch Trick Mutt Iv Ml Ult 7/4.1''
also builds life support systems for Gemini and Apollo vehicles ,..". Cr 'N.d, DepOt F lOll! Clll Ml .' 1111 or Ml' I nil |70 IN 1100Furn
.. space Vine Long. Communist fire for some time Miny Eitr.t f) 500 M4' M7Dogs I bdrm ipt Ellicltn
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- --- It was within reach when he but ai he came In the Coin inu.nlsts ., l>' ChntCrifl C.b Cr T mScriw cut TV. Air Cond41 4th
SI 4. Pr HtidGiiity Avt (. MI tilt
Cats Pets
I died there. opened up on his red "".., low |J Itl
Kelly commanded the !57th cross.marked with 10 Ctirit Craft Sportim.nSt 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
ship heavy
, 1tEGLEWS {kU., M l< 100ok FOR SAlt APT GREEN ACRES Ml
U.S. Medical Detachment, a volleys of small aims fire M.Hm Ml. I 11>V ...by P..k..". Hiking, Mnin, 11910 i/U.tf
unit charged with flying wound. "Dustoff Dustoff the radio "listU.S. tl 00 Wn iOu board birdt faruncimIloor'S
Mrt lowtll GolI
ed and dead out of combat urged "Take off, take off, d.I Myths Covt Phont Mid S\H1E SHORES APTS.
tones. mall arms fire." way > IUI Jln.1I MI J 1t.1
% Pvid s.d A'I AtiI
ORNER Kelly e
By MARION SORENSEN When Kelly, a decorated vet Kelly, maneuvering In for a !
I .bdrn, ,,,,,htdorn un'u
. . . S 55555555 s S 555555 eran of World War n, took over landing nulled firmly "I'll To RaiseManpower 13-Help Want. Female ,. h ouo.w,th carport on
the unit It operated only In the move when I have the woumlod p tnal.el.,! Cjll Andtrton
Mt 1.11I
I J Mil /
day time. But 12 hours of day. with me." 5,51,,, lauty Oisrator Is wan _

light was not enough for Kelly. They were his last words. A lit Btiiity Shop Qood ppporlunily I 4 2 b.Oroom *pl. Furni.hid
lo naht ptrton Mid. Clou to hnppin |bl 4 US .r
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After arguing with his superior bullet hit him in the chest, kill. In way ? T41I '"< VColortd month Tall r P H.rr"v it
The responsibilities of the league > 198, Shirley Haynes 145 and Lila lone 170 plus the 4-7-10 split. officers he was able to confl. Ing him Instantly The hellcop : airl to baby til .'d Randolph Fiillrr OH,.., MlI

secretary are many and var Below games of 156-152. Out Mike Stacey-Red Lord team toss- dently begin saying "We fly ter rolled over, breaking the leg do .IM't.I Mil I 5.fetlort> I MilkPhont I or 7/1 M44! t w..1.0tridiwind.. Ml m MM

ied. Every league sheet turnedIn of 32 points the Apache have ed a 1194 with Mike having a big anywhere, any time." of the U.S. doctor riding InslJe. trttr > t/U
must be checked to be sure the won 24, Four Ughs 22. Paw- 212 loner and Red a 503 set. This (took Kelly, 40, |JQ .very- In a tribute to Kelly, (he V.St Viet! Nam War W.I,... .n.d for med b" Apt I bidrm Furs

right handlcapand also the meth. nee 19, Happy Warriors 18, Danny Mullins shot a 472 plus corner of the'delta wliere battles weekly paper published In Sal. tUM and_ lounn MuSt bt 71 yr l/lltl MI or viar monlhly Dn *? t541 hnppm| Vtirly t,7111

od handicapping Is correct totals Sioux 17, Seminoles and Mohicans the 6-7. Jim Sheets 465, Hazel were fought. gon said: "When Maj. Kelly
. .
WASHING TON APHpvirslnn > tat . D.y. W..k. 0'Monh.
of Individuals and teams must 16 each Commanche and Abrahamson 483, Eva Hogue hada Kelly was aware of the dan. died, a small part of every man I'lIth.\I'k 1It.II'h'lll.&st ( I FeMALE HELP WANTEDr"o" lOoms MOTLI MI
gers he took. Every day he was In the delta went with him." a Co. Laundry I gal or MI t miss
be rechecked. It Is Caloosa 14 each Sac 'n Fox nice 176 Croak
not an easy single. voir the tlnltnl'' t IJh'" will I.h.d .,..,.nc t
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job to perform and the secretaries > and Incas 11 each Blackfoot converted the 3-10 and 5-6. Inrro'..", UK mllit.tl \ nun|''>wi'i'' 14-Help Wanted Male apt No pats or childnn Ml

should receive some awardof 10. SAINTS AJTO SINNERS in South Viol NJMI liv alHiul GOO ; OIl? or Ml ? Mil 4/IH

merit. If everything goes along -. SUMMER COMMERCIALPaul -- Francis Lord blasted a 222 fora men during tlM m-xl Uw Neur' Cirpinltrt winltd Ap. Furmtthvd I bfl>oom ipirlmint
ply JIG .
Sprlnilmi DrIes NaPrst Hugl living room, kOch
all right in the league then Abrahamson took the scor- 563 set. Lynford Johnson 552 Bankers Tackle Problem Of months plt. Flft, in md b.th Ml } 1M1 ltU.II

the secretary is a 'good one.' ing honors with a 568-223. JuniorI with a 191 and Charlie Rice 551- Nearly half of this flMirn will Clitt iriiit mttil m.ih.nte .
Just let one error slip by and all I Simpson had a 550-211. Charles 201. Wanda Rice was highestfor IMI additional R|>iTiU Fou',''., dtnliil with, tup.r commirciil tnrt Conl.ct end Con t. 49-Houtes For Rent

lit! breaks loose. The team cap- Wharton fired a 218 single Fred the fair sex with a 499- made U.S. adviser available, to woiklni provide III more tin 8lr..t liontd North"Air" N Corp.pl.%. 110 fit 10th tOIl inn w N

tains should co-operate because Bell and Ted Land 194'sCharles 175. Robert Lawhon came up Control Of Personal ChecksBy fidil with South Mot Nam's re II" It bINs Avollbll. Ntir ll L.kl one Park 1 bdrm School'I.

their responsibility Is to see that Salmon 191 and Marvin LeMas- with a 210 loner Earl Camp- pil.u arnn ami to psUMtsh MALE C.yton HrlP Limo WANttL Laundry"' sits unlurnifthid

the league rule handicapping Is ters 190. From 32 points Page bell 190. Hazel Abrahamson 175. SAM DAWSON banks have computers avail. more hpecljl force t training un. 7/11,41

followed out In the proper man- rs Roof Coating have 27, Hol- Mary Holsumbach 174.Joan Law- AP Business News Analyst ble, these (lien sort, list, and It* near the Iwnlt-r IH-IWIMMI VINCE CONBOY

ner. sum Bakery 21, Bens Standard hon 172 and Jonell Splcer 167. NEW YORK (AP)-Many of the post the checks at the rate ofi South Viet Nam ami Laos oily Lilt" banItt Guard /"Apply'." around N.pltl' work Rte III Ph Ith Ate Ml 5Oltnturn P.rbway

II One league may use the team Oil 18, Ad Miller Associates 15. With 36 points as the present nation's leading bankers ar i thousands a minute. Word of tlit U.s. manpower rntionD.pl. MIIliM. '/Itl
.. On
method of handicapping and another Roses Texaco 13 1/2.Rock C reek goal the Satans have taken 24, in New York this week to tackle i The El SB numbering system ImTPMMi came along with new 1 ctnil bedroom with ,ce... la ho"Gull MlFURNISHID

use Individual. This Is Specials 12, Marvins Lawn Ser Halos 21, Blue Angels 20.Chris- the problem of one. kind of flood I has spread to such timings as Information on Infiltration of 15-Silei Help Wanted '-lOll ,,1.1I,

where the captains should be sure vice 101/2 and Abbotts Inc. 9. tophers -Luclfers Angels 19 control. That's the handling of.' credit cardSilnvolces traveler's North Vietnamese ii'gulur arm) pirlincid' Car tilitmin, Silry HOUSE

of the method their Is us. BAWTAMS--GlenRoarkboasted ; each Hellcats 18, Mephistopheles personal checks, which have i checks, even office records, personnel Into the south. plui Commission lor quill. 0 tdrotm furmlitd last Ni.
league nearly doubled In number in the i There Is now talk of adopting, a Tim additions will raintin' food mm Apply' in person pbs. Pm., ,,n. loul'..... Hlu
ing. Do not figure that becauseone highest score with a 282, Mike 16, Devils and Keystoners last 10 year. The outpouring Is i global standard for worldwide total of U.S. Special Forcik In GULF COAST MOTORS yard Ctl', *itV Mt, l 0705.7ts .

uses a certain handicap that Stacey 237 and David Loach 230. 12 each. expected to double again In the banking. 'Mot Barn to almut 1,000, ant, llntut.l /14
all are following suit.A JUNIOR MIXEDDanny Mul- next 10. But this week the bankers are U.S. rout-til! them In I birlraom hou,. funl'711,11';'*

lot of extra work Is piled on i lins shot I 531-1881 lead, Mike PINE LANES Standardization has pretty talking even farther Into the futare. > about 14.000 men. c.., ul..", ." ale 11<10.. 'Ci. CHI Ml HIM
".Iplul but ru>l 1tut
to the secretary that does not Sharp 532-219 Jim Sheets 610- Just t reminder that the lanes well licked today's problem.You . At the meeting tb.)' 'It. Lust fall, N'forc a serIes uf l"1
have 173 and Lee 465-172. be closed 21 and probably know It as that hearing of the wonders on Iht market Cxiliint pay
to be placed there simply Larry will July 20. to come 1 chance In tim,. South VM N.nn saab U.. 0' corn..ny ce,. .
Carla Armbrust posted for for A celebra- funny looking printing at the the day when their v.... Hoom liir Working Mn S.
because meetings are not attended high 22 redecorating. customers government and a -11'1'11| In HoipiKllnllon 'Inturinct Mrs ..,..to" Tu'".. 111 lOlh
or rules are not read--or fol- the girls with a 395-169. Linda tion Is being planned for the week- bottom of your checks, would have their pay automatl.cally Vint Cong attarkx, UIH t'lilti'd' lion m with pay (it' bias Shu.rlm ... South NtplM. '1..

lowed. Hahn had a 153 single and Diane end of August 1 and 2. But will more automation be deposited In the bank by State had wt out 4 o ml l ha"k rol"l"l 7/1Ut

Winter schedules will begin Mulllns 145.SMALL The first round of the color needed to keep tomorrow' flood the employer, and withdraw)) tint number of U.S. military r4-Trado SellI
from engulfing the bank"That's ? electronically by merchant 21-Lost & Found or
soon and meetings will be held FRY DIG FRY -- TV contest has been completed. men slatloniMl thenAbout, 1.000
what more than 1,000 honoring customers' , ,.. ,.
of tin1 I6pi00 Ihcn gsbtlIml werepullod "" II I ." f. I or.
for the purpose of organizing the i The Lees recorded high seriesof The semi-final round accordIng bank uecutlvea-eomo from 24 cards. LOST 0" .. " ""I" ,,, ( ,," ,

leagues. Officers have already 1207 with Herb coming up to manager Gene Tillman, other countries-.re debating at That could chip away at what will link Tim new of rllllll tint n. F Bind Oumtnd- tnirivtd Platinum' H Wtddlnf K H la L"II MI ei 1 tItt

been elected. with a 543 and Larry adding a MUST be rolled by 11:30 p.m. the American Bankers Associa bankers see a* an ever.growlng totalIt gent. replace ,purl 1 0 J4JI S H iS.ilfl 'REWARD/H Ph II

Each league may make up any --- --- July 19. The finals will be completed tion's national automation con. mountain of personal checks, understood tl.'eIsimitmto 57-Hoo.es For Sale
was the B;.:|li Hound Dot Lo.l. ,It
rules of their own that they want by July 26. ference. billions and ever more billions ju ml time additional in.'n w.i.s. brown pod .",1. with black

as long as they do not conflict The wheel roll off will be July Even banker are Impressedby of them reached .before the allKI lIIllI'lit .p.ch A.sore Ie lt7. saw. Twain Acri Not" CarlwaMnunhill ..
A ., Two Story
with rules set down by ABC and iportivotes 19 at 2 pm.BELLES the figures. When standardl. of Gen. Maxwell D. Ti)'lor, s sty li'r.-sj-s.rvii? 8"n. T... story Iruil ..itir:.
AND BEAUSEv cation effort started in 1904, h"lnnX Attortid ',u.t lr.it: Abundml
WIBC. former chairman uf llu* Joint s: arriA"
< Spring Wllir (>quitlltVnwt
this nation's banks had 47 mil.
Each secretary should be familiar Baldwin fired two 200 games a Key WitnessOn Chiefs of Staff a* ambasu'lor to Boi 41 Lllllt, ....1'.'.
lion checking account and what 'I.rut North Cirolmi >/4! .II
with these rules set by the 213-219. for a 629 series. Joan then South Viet Nam and the .l'vaolion 23-Mitc. For Sale .
they thought was quite a of Gen. William W stmon'. Compl.l.ly Furnnhod oat.,
National Organizations so that Lawhon topped the women witha paper mountain of eight billion Ironl C 8' Ho"' AcCtM 10

they may Inform their membersof 525-232. John Hogue reacheda check a year land lo he.il HIM U.S. mllitaM Wtrthou.t Av..l.bl. 40.?0. tionin gull *Ct.vrsecyci.ail Org n. Rifrigtrilor cendi.
any conflict. By JOHN E. ZATE 596-213 Jack Hatcher 586- Today. they have 63: million Stand In thereNo ' and urricana, prw.f "..,., built ,in rinit md ....",
figures were avaJIal>l<< on No'bfk0 Corp So. tOP. N.pl. w o hr ind dryir SaawailwtI,
Secretaries of these winter Following a slight slump In 236, Don Chesser 553-215 and account and an annual check the extent of North Vlrtnimi M*. Ml I Mm >/Hlwtlund 70, ,in boird IIJ.001. Ml t 5475.
Chuck Field 542. Ruth Nichols turnover of 15 billion. About 90 till it
leagues will soon receive their .
traffic during the first week In Infiltration tutu South Viet NamRoUrt 4 Iquarardnnslonal

rule books and should read them July, passenger demand on the posted a 492-186 Ina Bunting per cent of all bills are paid that Blast TrialMIAMI MrCIoskej, StaIn.. I),.. All sum npiriti 4 colors or nilio Cm dt btbouihl HOMES BY ITONEIISO

463-166 (twice). Nick Buckner way. Before this decade Is over timIthere and inildl.d Phoni Inr .
thoroughly especially noting new Naples.Mlaml took a swing for partment lucas officer, in.d DOWN "movi ouili'odbuytr .
Americans well be "
rules which have recently been the better last week. A total blasted a 210 singleton, Robert may writing I III a continuing< Influx of Ira' nlimttt' PltiCt Ml 11111 in NEW 1 BR h..", .. Only
28 billion ) ThY iviiliblt to hurry
checkayar.The CAP -
govvrn.memit ont
of Lawhon 208 Gene Chamberlin small of guerrilla and or Hit Ml ? un! llot
!!lade. They should Inform their 65 passengers were carriedon ABA estimates that 700 tints Its prUe linen hill k group Sloe DOWN, t IC par month,
meetings of these new rules and the route, and compares very 203 and Sue Tlllman 162. Sharp- of CoinmunlstJiud militaryequipment buy 1 BR Ir.d.in homo on
commercial banks now have on the otjiul t".l.n In the U.S. 26 Personal Pilmitlo Cl, oil Silly Rd
favorably with the 44 carried Reahard who -
abide by them accordingly. shooter was Janet data District Court tnil uf four
processing systems, mostly men INSPECT our livl horny now
during the same period last year. convened the 3-7 and the 3- to handle checks. To this charged wild trying to dyiu MiCliiBkvy said ho could" not .lCO"UlICI Ar4'r4yMouS' undtr conttruclion on I.lth A...
Several of the flights were oper. some confirm reports uf either large. M.n or womtn ..'h drinkingprobUrm So htiw.tn' 7th IIn Stpricid
BROOKSIDE BOWL 10 splits. bank have added computer In mite a HorliU tjst; Const Hallway of Ask lor htip ky call Irom 114150 10 heISt.
ated in two sections to handle Idols Infiltration men or an
The grand prize winner of the SCRATCH-Out front was Gene the last four years to run herdon freight train. ,nMll U il I Vit.lort Ctrl,illywticimtd with good ttrmtMR
the bookings. For the most part Increased" flow of mllllar 8UI' Mitlmgt in ""ot HANDY MAN. If.... cm
J.C. Bowlerama was Howie Fol- the 11:10 flight out of Naples con. Tlllman with a 640 using gamesof saving, Installment credit The wltiifi, 34.Vltar.olfl Floyd pile Into tlm area. S.ptitl Church Annti on lihi do your own piintinf tloclnril '

lls. Howie now owns one and tlnues to be the popular one of 215-121-204. John Stull pro- and mortgage account Decker of Fliru, NJ., lesllflHTuesday MiCloxke) did "a> that equip 5 p1 IIh Avt ...,y ,.... and masonry or about.I linduipina lllowmt
Fn "..hI.O" M lie lb ansu u\
But the thai lie sought out
one-quarter acres of land. Jean the day. duced a 624-232-201. Carl Arm- on standardization was mesh made In the Sovlil Union, such costs board your downpaymoni
problem almost all of the ,by the FBI last March and ow..
Hyder is the proud possessor ofa A steady Increase In the locals brust showed a 602.223203.Denny 14,000 C/erhoftlovakta and Communist enst'tw
banks, acting through the ABA asked to twit| gather Inform :13-Servicet Offered e STONE INCBuildtrt
IM-PII found
$600 gift certificate towardsa sightseeing flights prompted the Vaughn 582-205-213, Buck China has In the
turned to tlon
Industry on MlxtURe against Ihcline.
new Chevrolet. Howie Follis addition of another pilot over the Perry 50-202. Al Hajek a nice expert, such northern rnotinlaJnn of South Tilt and T.,..".. fmnnroo" M T.nth M North Ml t.SHIHHWAIt
a* engineers .
computer technl. .
also got himself a coffee maker. weekend. Jim Bishop of Fort 205 game and Jack Hatcher 191- clans, printers and government Eleven non. |M>r.llnt unUm .Viet Nam d..ft'n"OUSTRlES' by Mach stO..rCIIA'T. tcrub on mN NO BROKINI kALt.

Other Myers started duties as a part sIrp0,5, ,....l ind "polith ,.. ,.. .
winners were Den Vaughn- 193.PARENT officials. They used facilities. have been on strike .galnkt the 'd.nl'.1' ind commtrciil O'lict Ownir mutl %.1'>< Ih bdroomINQt
time pilot in this departmentbut CHlLD-The How- . ........ ...... 0 bats ho",.. 'n THE MOOR
fishing reel; Jean Hyder hair \ of the American Standardization railroad! since Jan. 21. I9C3.! '.. ....- .. -- Ml tmi. KM MI } 4II. Ctnlrtl Satanda'r
undoubtedly 111 become a per. ells reached a 1223 set to lead Association to work out Becker said he treed andbecame _- :: : 11/4 'lot .
dryer;Bebe Moog-toasterJonell; manent fixture around the airport auto. ( / ,,., ,*.* condition ng 'irpdmg through
Spicer and Louise Wolford tied the league. David tossed a 474- mated check handling. lnvolvi.il in the ,>lilt Ind A A Pimtinf Compiny Gin mil ....p1 / b.fjroomi Com
months. .. ; .
.. .
during the coming : pl.' kilt icy Deluding disposal
for wall plaques. 186. The Hatchers listed a 1149 They developed two technical >namlt* a train from a trestle ii. 'j .ril, .Painting' 4 R.p.'M. Ss. and dithwithtr NCI, .....ft.d
Jack Conroy became the proud cam ummtr riltt Ml' 1 Oil
BUCKS .N SQUAWS -- LeadIng possessor of a private pilot's 11. with Jack rolling! a 571-205. The tools: magnetic Ink.. character near Vero IVem on March '12.Tliosf .UIUI!!!! >/H M "porch Phont pivtd drivtwiy Ml t 4104 toddodItwn .".,
recognition-MIC R and the on trlil all memheri
Smiths had 1140 with Robert PM /Ml
the Bucks with a 560206was last week when he success.fully i
cense odd-shaped numbers at the bot. of railroad unions on strike or mqlI&J ftsesHeuceaulu tmc H t) you need your )houe
for the oral and flight using a 181 and Becky 130. Gregg
Ralph McKlrflian and passed tom of your check known as El3.: affetted b) the trikr., .irs. Jo ..itt ft ...mWt painted or any type uf fur. SB-Lots For Sale
the Squaws Bea MohrbacherSOl- check for the rating. Jack pro. Tracy shot a 1'12. Chris Tracy
B. s#|>/h Verier. 33, JIIII"i Katalko '
uL> r,1farro. MliJway -
his training so that and Marks- aft 1*'su f I mture, ? \ ,
174. John Plercy came up witha crammed 150 Sally Dun 149. This 1* how It work: 40. ,and Hugh Won f:>, .11 01 ;
could through the courseIn .s"1tf'1.H''''' "" 2.(!82f1. 7/14,3t IIOMEMTESTHE
543-207 Joe Salmon 542-213 go man was Fay Hatcher picking up The E13B system uses the ba. Miami, jut Join, Duus, :28, ofSI.
of time ; thftV'M ;i'
amount .. .
Marion Sorensen 493-174 and the minimum the 4-7-10. ale digit of zero to nine, plus Lone CountY MOORINGS MMJOO

Donna Hatley 478-176. Wes Hen- and finished his training in a HIGHLAND MIXED--UI Mil four special control symbols for U.S. AH or i, L- ttlllum A. uH> .' ,'H "Hf"U 38-Autos For Sale ROCK HARBOR UOOO 00

son fired a 209 single,Bud Hogue little Those lea than riding six months.NaplesMiamilast ler showed the gals the way with the bank' application. When Meadows Jr., In III., i...nintlttment : "' 0' .50' ..,*it .;.#.. ,' |1M Volli...i
205, Rex Polly 198-191, John week Inlcuded: J.F. Hudson a 470-192. Jack Hatcher was the bank prints your personal ( ...\'I..t..r l JIK' [5g. .cOi ,i ', , ,;.s, l d1. :on, vtr* lood condition' Itt ROYAL HARBOR I7 SO M

Zate 196. George Wall 191 and Mrs. H.L. Bradley,Ml..B.Lang, high for the men with a 581 check, special Ink imprints your vie Wore the kex mures III tI I,* .i45)S.hi' c' .1dI4' ". l. Ml t Cir MOM bbtin Oirdmt cc>/H Cit II
account number on the bank plan. \.Irfor! liui:l the I A.tOtlllM
O.B. Mrs. L.A. 201. Buck Perry registered a miikluiamite , .;. ..j
Osceola 190. Eva Hogue ley Ed Pacelll, 1 .
draft In these digits and bomb Hut u., rini| vii I HZ Thundir..rIM.rtlop M 4 kuciMt Oll% Virfil Miriam
listed a 187 Juanita Snyder 182, Graham, Paul Willis and Gen 563-210. Ev Baldwin 551 and the !boll. ym. on the in, lie l'Au, mile south . -"'"" 1 H Psur *.ndo, ">: Mill. Ftc,
conversion of the 3-6-7. Lucille lory ar cond"t oning L* r milt DEWEY'POLLYREALTY
Lucille Lord 168. Duane Lyon C.E. Jung. When your check Is cashed It oft r
Perry reached loner.Glnnle panes, under electronic sensing l told 1 I tne, Jun Hut K.tlku ; rrrL1L1.'i I 11/1 If
Baldwin 164 and Katy Hajek 160. :equipment. An electric charge and Win; oU.liW! he d\ ii.. ,

NAPLES magnetite the Ink, the check Is mile '11'1 1 turned It over to Vedlr I! Ir'fi" Good. Chivy second 4 tar Or Ml Std I f 1011 Trin Corntr ol I.I A.TriilMl .. Uo. 4Ttmiami
FLY S In actual: practice the automatically read for the account < ani l ftorker I Wines Ii'', 7/1 tl J43M

MIAMINew Canadian Senate has less number the amount of I Ime., \'.. | |to..r, he MI ml I .10 oh

power than the Canadian i money Involved and the bank laired "'. }II :rum WIIH''m. in'idtisirikr 44-Mobile Home 59-Acreag.

House of Commons. i on which It 1* drawn. Where ; ''-;oqujrlMri at p.me .\ .

Year Round Daily Schedule it 1(1'' (1//if |ob.D liii Now M/.'," lO'alO' Ol ST RE SSI I Own., noodtmoniyl
II .e IIM lotolpritl
lu-r t'lsd pOrch so
i n9'iat'i
s tPitlmom *mvloedsg | CIa Ip"ftl' AuIirt' .....d... Collitr County "..1 !..
Naples To Miami ,:" tl. > im. au.s ., $45a. CONTRAST Tri/Itr (irk 1/1.20' lilt.tI"Ml I Ml*. Opt Sunday
MA Phone CallAwySERVICE l I'. is' CM runMatcm' ,.,,i to the A tower of glass and steel / 0

7.45 AM. ,H' 30 A.M. 3.45 PM.: $ ju.. dwarfs a hall contrasting 45-Tfiileri For Bent TRAIL FRONTAGE

- the old and the Lon M ..,.. high dry l>nd. 'VJ
Miami To Naples! ALLIED new Triiltrt II I wit* wiirt TV, ""I.. Irom courthouto MAN'" '
IT ONLY HURTS don. The 20-story building sin s ....k *pit.. Ma wins LOWE! 4 BECK 4U itS Avotooth .
900AM. 2:15 P.M 500PM. Snub t.... T",liv Pars Ml lUll T/ltl
WHEN ONE LAUGHS; was built in 1961 the 41UI'
Cen*< wit icnbin| a sun 48-ApH. For NOW I acm tr ctl locilod.

NAPLES AIRLINES I ALLIED SYWIICU' cT'I battle that Occurred: on the ciry'a: "AM' HIM MINT lust Drivo ono on lo mill hit Irons property'UI.with 41.

....... ol Mifor Applnncn . xil.kirti H,.. I btdroom Apt Unlurnithd ... ,
ill .
yicmi and brtalhle%iily told own cir aid .pa n.
Naples Airport Coxe rM 1 Mia.l AI,,.,. I.C.nwn.rent ..... Domottx "." 1..,.._ Caui........ the radio audience RENEW YOUR : : with a'.". 4 rtlrig Car.. your glint any olhtrl Only $15
: tlortroom Ctrrtnlly-
part ,
LICeNSe t.: down lull priet 5/OS. Forlurthtr
NE 4-1'11 mIld nur pitch |7S M: Mr
Ml J-J4J4 miiaonl femilied I in two Inlormilionl tontool:
,.. WINS( YOU month v,i' round. R.ndalpn
Travel Af. I Center ':011 bting &ho'On,. .. ., D. T. JonM EnttrMitl IIMMidwiy .
CII, Tkkrt effic Naplre y wit Fuller Ml J lIC' i U4I P oya.. iu /
w, itvd d." un MONTH r" .f "' : j
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OPEN TIL 9:00 P.M. FRI. Fancy J Juicy '
NectarinesLB irad.
Quantity Rights Rtiervid
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In Our Produce Dept.FRESHNESS . t, ,4 .9 c Eggs Lb.

'/ Fancy Juicy
Lemons 2 DoL 8ge
You Find Only At 4 tl\0RE'FRESFI\ MEAT VALUES I.

Rib Steaks . . 8geWatermelons


; FOODS SUPERBRAND ,_|. 29 Sliced Bacon..u. 49'
Vanilla Ice Cream CtII. 9Ue J Chub

Ice I Cream Half Gal. 48 C QUARTER SLICEDPork Wieners 49'
Choc, Van., Strawberry,
Fud.R'r "P""orN.... Loin . U . -69'


Raspberries 4 te:>= $100 1 Bread Dough 3 .4flc FmkFnaon Sliced Bologna P11o.. 25' '


Lima Beans 4 For age Potatoes . 3 ;:; $100 Link' Sausage Jt;. 65'RATH'S


Orange Juice 4 For 99 Potatoes . . eN 39' . . 3-89'


Butter e ; I shortening r !I 1 '.Beer: ; ,, I Roast Boneless Chuck or Shoulder

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ea . . %SAVE lb.-Pkg.10c 35c %SAVE u..ng.iOc' Z5c

Peaches. . 5 "Ltmk"Cant. $ OO

Towels . . Your Ckolc Four:. 25


Folgers Astor Toilet Tissue. . .limit Twin Four Pak Rolls 19c

Mb Can 59 49C SAVE 4c-UBIY'S
Mb. Can 32 at Clan c
SAVE 20c SAVE 28c .-.-- -- Tomato Juice . Unit Four 25
Potatoes. . N-M7< Cake . . o 35
60 cL Pkg. 12 Pak 1 I n.
Cookies . limit Two 39' Rolls . . Pk.. IOc WISCONUHLonghornCheeso DOMESTIC
No.1 Tin '" It
limit Four:: IDe Plastic| Wrap 4 "fit h $100 '_I t Cheese 12..*... 47e Cheese 29e2i 55

I rlmlmUUYU'& .{&'&G) IJrml I IIJ.Ull.llli 1J. 0 f 0(lImlJJ NlUJl.'G 200':tUIUIUllfJlNI

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