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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 16, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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(AP-The nomlnaU Bitterest of all\, predictable Stockholm' literal tXPI'I' hue ruled In the Republican Deen f1114H'\ "I .'wed ,down' conservative tM natural and!
n of SM. Barr Goldwater was the Communist press. sen, the l iggest dally in Si'an.dtnavla parts _hare 1940 were trampled A coot or) view of Go],Iwater healthy oppodtksl" hw the liberal \
it used i editorial apprehension Pravda, the organ of the SoViet lesrribed the nomina. down under hooves this morn. -and a forecast that he Democrat, MM wrote from
I I until and moat of Europet Communist partsaid tion asa catastrophe (for the ing." could win the presidency the Cow Plac

e LtBARRY ,"U> Goldwater was running on the Republicans, a threat against Cassandra, columnist of.Brit came front the IndependentLandon
"You !aft only to sit In this
; Government officials refrained "most reactionary bellicoseand the United States, a danger to ain's 5.million.circulation pro. Evening Standard'sJean
Cow Palace to realize
crazy
am> pullr comment, but adventurist pre election the world" Labor Dally Mirror wrote from Campbell, who also disagreed
that Barry Goldwater ouid
inner"l de. the Cow Palacet with moat of her British
11.ws"aper platform In American hi stor). Copenhagen' liberal Cketra-
ached the choice of the AH ion.is There were hard words for the bladet asserted "The corpse of much that Is COll*.fU* beat the Democrat Why? He-
a victory for the force OOP 8tandard.l I 11'action and a threat to Communist Journals of Western the battle in the Cow Palace. American society I.I In the cot- year the RpuMlcan party word he" offers a c hnire< not

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FRANCISCO (AP-The an assessment of Scranton's On LBJ
cloud of delegate votes that prospect In the years ahead- Sights

eclipsed William Warren Scran. particularly 1968, another presidential .

ton's presidential nominationbid year. ""s
also ,cast a long shadow No. 1 fact! Scranton Is a gOY. 1i. e Y

across his political future. ernor who can not succeed him. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)}-With Miller has accepted Sen. Thrus. morning: I must say I Incline

Politicians are loath to bury self.Thus Republican unity his keynote ton B. Morton, the national con. very favorably, to Congressman
the public career of any current his position Is different Sen. Barry Goldwater em. veiition' permanent chairman, Miller "
office holder with the election from that of two other notable barked today upon what he laid the same; thing. A* South Carolina put his del.

record of the slim, affable politicians who turned conven. promised will be a vigorousbut Goldwater denied It, "No, I egate count past the nominating!
Pennsylvania governor. tlon defeat Into victory four not a personal campaign haven't," h* (aid.. "I'm going to majority, the television net went
But at the same time there years later-the late President against President Johnson. make sortie phone call In the fuzcy Goldwater turned to an.
are facts that weigh heavily In John F. Kennedy and the new The newly chosen Republican oilier screen behind Mm
Republican presidential< nominee presidential nominee declaredhe "1 want to see If Peggy!

Arizona Sen. Barry Gold. ,, , looks "very favorably" on cries," he said
water. -- --::"'- Rep. William E. Miller of New Dirty Campaign Peggy Mr, Goldwaterdidn't. -

Gator Alley Kennedy, defeated at the 1956 OPEN HOUSE[ and dedication ceremonies held yesterday by Gulf York II the man to share it .

Democratic convention In a bid American Land Corp nt the City of Golden Gate attracted a large with him. Ahead AFL-CIO Then the senator picked up

Up Before FDCA for the vtc9.preslclei.tlal. nomination number of Collier Countians and visitors. The dedication speeches and lie offered the olive\ branch of the telephone that had linked

came back like a whirl. the iibbon-cuttmrr ceremony were held under the huge canopy of GOP unity to defeated rival him to advisers, aides and dele

wind during the next four yearsto the clubhouse and the central administration buildmtr. See page I 5 Gov. William W, Scranton of Leader Predicts gate during the .convention's
resolution authorizing the win the top spot| and the elec. Pennsylvania crucial hourk lit wanted to
sale of the million bond issue for story and other pictures. (NEWS photo)
$17
tion. "It 1* my desire and I know dl. thank the men who had helped
HOLLYWOOD AP
The
to finance the Everglades Goldwater was placed In nom. It 1* your to now unite for a rector of the AFUCIO( >-Political him win the nomination,
Parkway, more familiarly knownas Inatlon at the 19GO GOP conven. drive to defeat Johnson In No. Goltlwater's biggest political
Alligator Alley, will come be tlon, but withdrew In favor of Wallace SeeksTo vember," he wired the Pennsyl. Education Committee said today day was one of his longest It
"the has
right wing cap.
fore the Florida Development front-rumrer Richard M. Nixon, Dr. Sheppard Wins RoundIn vania governor whose bitter tured the Republican party at began at 5t30 a.m. and the doorof
Commission Monday. The move set Goldwater up as a campaign charges had roused HIHWI' 132S cloned bellind him
San
Francisco" and the
presl.dentlal
The FDC will push a bundle of major contender four years la. Put Name On him to anger Soon Scranton campaign will be "the 20 I tours later
Important bond Issues along the In the wake of Mxon's de. M' his con.
ter was making a midnight call to dullest ." dwajtlhrougn news
In modern Unit
.
-aj te tale. K will open bids for feat'by Kennedy Florida Ballot Fight For VindicationCOLUMBUS oner-congratulation to the man, i"Thr right wing used re. fereitce, Mr*. &iMider turnedup ,
the purchase of $11.9 million In
But both men had a political who beat him. back from the Cow Palace
IlKlous bigotry against John T.
Polk County road bonds and $1.15 base. Both were U.S. senators- In the Goldwater camp the Kennedy AI Barkan told the "HI, honey," she said, and
million in Union County road one of the best forums In poll. forts TALLAHASSEE under (AP) Ef. Ohio (AP)-Dr. efforts to overturn his conviction word was that Goldwater al. convention, of the Meat Cutters hugged, her husband in the glare
bonds. tics to use for political advance. were way today to Samuel H. Sheppard, the "Doc. In the slaying of his wife ready has told Miller he wants and Butcher Union. "If Ken. of tile television lights
the of
place name Alabama Gov
Alligator Alley, the two-lane ment. tor Sam" of one of the nation's But the former osteopath him on the ticket and that nedy "You didn't cry very much tonight
was the
George Wallace on Florida'sgeneral elected Pope was
toll road to link Naples and Fort But wider Pennsylvania law election most-publicized murder cases, only months sway from a possl. going to take over. ," aid Cioldwalor
Lauderdale, was in the "talkingstage" Scranton may not succeed him. ballot as candi. was expected to leave Ohio Pen. ble parole appear to have an. "Ttil the right wing "JuM wait until tomorrow,"
date for president.A year
as far back as the late self, though he could again run itentlary today on strength of a other battle coming up for even will use racial bigotry. They'll she said.
1950s and has won an uphill Wallace supporter, Jesse federal court order. Jury Acquits
for office after an Intervening temporary freedom before anew the 1 to takeover
Negro going
Zicafoose said a drive has say
struggle fought by the ,
county term. Elected in 19C2 by a mar. He had won the release order trial. .

B commissioners roward. from Collier and gin of 486,000 votes, he now Is In tures.started This to collect Is to comply voter with slgna.the after nearly 10 year ef futile U.S. Dist Judge Carl A. Weln. Roy M. Cohn Of "Witness the vote that Gov. LATE FLASHSAN

the middle of his four.year man In Dayton) ruled Wednes. George Wallace got It I I. to the
state law under which candldat.
It appears the resolution au.
thorlzlng the sale of the bonds term. es of minor parties can win a Ar not day that suburbanite the 40.year.old was denied Bay VII.his eternal shame of the labor FRANCISCO (AP-New

may be the last step In the struggle NO POWER BASE ballot spot.Wallace constitutional lage rights In his 1954 Perjury Charge movement that some of our own York Rep, Wllllim F. Miller I Is
and construction of the cross. would be coupled with members voted against their or. Sell Hair Go\llw\ ter's "hol'e
trial in Cleveland. The trial re
state highway may start this That means the base of his former Gov. Ross Barnett of NEW YORK (AP-A federal ganlzatlon and churches and for vice president, on the IOC4
suited in his conviction In the
chief executiveof "
political power Mississippi In the vice preslden. court jury today acquitted at. for racial bigotry Republican ticket, It was an.
year. a major state-will be cut off bludgeon slaying of Marilyn Barkan told the that
tlal spot on the ticket sponsoredby torney Roy M. Cohn on chargesof delegates none ed to/ay./
at the end of 19G6. With one possible the Wallace for President Sheppard. perjury and obstruction of "what happened at San Francis GoliJw.ller'lrI/ aide Ed
Russia Wants exception| there would be Party. Theor Judge Weinman said Shep.pard's Justice. I co Is shocking, living proof that Nellor in Id the selection o
no office open that year that he Supporters said that similar custody I Is "void" and If The case was a re-irul of the the right wing has captured the Miller would I I" presented at the

Showdown Now could seek as a springboard for petitions for the signatures of By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cuyahoga County or the state onetime aide to the late Sen. Republican party." Republican\ > state ,halrmen'
19C8, should Goldwater fall to voters are being circulated In take no action within 60 days Joseph R. McCarthy RWIs. A "Nothing can be more Impor. meeting today by California
With ChineseMOSCOW win this fall. There Is no senatorial the MVaml and Pensacola areas. LONDON (AP)-More than the release becomes final. mistrial! had been declared on taut to you" he said, "than the GOP Leader William F. Know

election In 19C6. The law requires the namesof 100,000 British postal workers Weinman's 86-page decision the same charges April 19. outcome of the November elec. 'land.
(AP) The Soviet Consequently should Scranton struck for U hours today, bring denounced the coverage given "
at least '7,500 voters on the The jury of 11 men and a tlon. The choke of Miller, who has
Union has told) Communist have Ing total stoppage to mall al. the case by three Cleveland
presidential aspirations in petitions, with no fewer than nand woman also acquitted MurrayE "Why don't they talk about been chairman of the Republl.
China that It wants a showdown 1968 there would be ready Jammed by a slowdown.The and also mentioned asked .
a two.year no more than 1,000 from newspapers Gottesman, a codefendant the real Issues? Barkan ran National Committee, Is ex.lfl't.I
meeting of the world's Communist gap In his public i areer. one county. At least 34 counties any strikers-sorters, mailmen three nationally known radio charged with perjury "Lord, have we got real Issues to tie ratified speedily. !) by

parties on the Moscow. The still young Scranton- must be represented In the and drivers-are demand. commentators and columnists The jurors, who received the "What shout automation? Ev. the Republics National Convent .
"
Peking split "without delay, It he'll be 47 Saturday-Is the multlmllllonalre tltions, and the names must pe.be log a 10 per cent hike In basic The Judge, acting on a requestfor case Wednesday and had spent ery week 40,000 Jobs are lost to Inn. The "ventlon dele
was announced today. scion of the family turned over to county election wages that average $33.80 a a writ of habeas corpus, ordered the night at a hotel, deliberated automation What clo the racial ',Itps i Ufttomarlly follow exact
The Russians called upon Peeking that gave the city of Scranton officials for checking by Aug, 1J. week, The government Is I offer. Sheppard's release under nine hour. bigots say about that'? \ly the withe of the preitdenlUl
leaders to agree! In prln. ing a 4 per cent with another $10,000 bond.Cuyahoga "What about full I employ.
Pa., its name. In 1960, supporters of Gov.Or. Cries of )Joy arose from the nominee
ciple "in the immediate future hike after a review of pay and County (Cleveland) ? American
val Faubus of Arkansas obtained defense table when Claude C. ment Five million Goldw.ter, who won the west
. that a meeting must be con. With his private resources, conditions. Prosecutor John Corrigan, who Applegate, jury foreman an. bread winner are jobless. IdlHI't lonllal 1 nomination Wednesday
enough names to land him ,
venad and that it should not be plus his prestige as a former on
In the
handled the state's case relief
the Florida ballot but he with nounced: care about or unem. night, talked with Knowland by
put off for long." governor and presidential aspl. MESOLONC10N Greece trial 10 years ago, said he will "We have found unanimouslythe ployment compensation. ThereIs telephone early today. Presum.
drew his before the bal. ,
The demand made In a rant Scranton probably could name
was to
of execution
(AP)-The widow who acclden ask for a stay defendant are not guilty"The no substitute for a decent Job ably the Arizona senator nailed
letter to dated June 13. keep himself In the public l lots were printed
Peking release
eye Sheppard's week'There's
tally sprinkled Insecticide In. prevent defendant were accusedof "What about s 3 -hour down at that time the decision
The letter was published in the on the lecture circuit and by Ohio Atty. Gen William Saxbe nothing sacred about a who I I. known
lead of sugar on a mourning lying to a 1959 grand jury to have Miller, asa
Soviet party theoretical organ"Kommunist" writing articles. said the decision would be ap. 40 hour week We used to havean ad-
I an
dish has been charged with Investigating a 1939 stock fraud > tough political fighter
and summarized * * * * * *
No. 2 fact Almost all manslaughter by negligence. So pealed Indictment 80-hour work wexk" voc',ite of ,private enterprise.
by the news Tass.
agency Pennsylvania Republicans have her son and daughter
The letter was a reply to a
starting with Scranton himself, TodayIn Twenty-two of the mourners
Chinese letter of May 7RENEW
feel( that Goldwater's nomina. died after eating the traditional Burglars Remove

tion means a desperate state boiled wheat germ with raisin 100 ia0
fat
II campaign to salvage control of HistoryToday' which Maria Apostolopoulos I _,,_ 1NICKLE Hinges From Door,

the legislature, maintain the prepared for them after MILES
YOUR r ; a wAI.ROABC' .r.
Frightened
Away
present 14.13 GOP edge< In highlight In history memorial service for her hus F '
ORIYER'S LICENSE congressional seats and reelect On this date In 1943, the first band last Sunday In the villageof .} Woul4.be burglar were appar.

oURINC rOUR Set,. Hugh Scott, Scranton's con. atomic bomb was exploded over Stylla. Another 128 became PLAT " " 1 I ently frightened away early this

BIRTH MONTH irentlon floor manager. the desert near the AlmagordoAir ill, and 35 are still In the hospl. NORFOLK& morning after removing the

Base, N.M. tal.Mrs. WfeTItAN 1WAAAM pin from the hinge on the

On this date Apostopoulos and her __ N, YeAntCFN.aw. rear door theChrls-Tal Marketon
.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- -. -. -- -- -- .- . . . . . . . In 1790, the District of Colum. children didn't taste the dish. .roe, eDITIO 6V//App fifth Avenue, South, Chief
bla was established She wa* still serving the guest C ) M I C M of Police Ben Caruthers stated

In 1821, the founder of Chris when they began dropping In T /' ,' today.
Buggy Days To Open tall Science, Mary Baker Eddy, agony I efl, Chief Carutheredlscoverdthe
born. "
was /tyyAYNl/TpfDb
PA. Nil burglary at 2:09 this morning
In 1818, Czar Nicholas n of : : $ CMItA ,., .i r" CtlvS:4 while cruising in the area. H*

Russia, Ms empress and their BERLIN (AP)-Communist C, / LL ,% 'J f had checked the premises abouta
October 30 BelyeaReelected four daughters and son were ex. East Germany says a U.S. QMaP'A. Y ;, ,' t y'S .;?I PIrT56JaIG half hour before and found
; rlG'A ,
e ecuted.In Army sedan drove Into an East ,w 4 LrS
MD nothing
wrong.
1940, the Polish air force German street near the border NEB. ,\- rnru?/ .,, ,. ? J ,.-" Nothing had been stolen from

went Into active service against area Sunday, disregarded traf. the store, according to Talley
President : the Nazis In the Battle of Brit fie signs and tried to run down '' Ellis Its
owner
rcAhSA3 } INO f ""
w JA
aln the leader of an East German yA.HA Police also yesterday In.

Ten years ago Ten work. patrol. vestlgated an attempted
burglaryof
Swamp Buggy weekend will be Hodges, Civil Air Patrol; JamesA. ers were killed In a fireworks ADN, the official Cast Ger. d. $?4 M$ KV, the office of the Wood Chry.
October 30-Noveraber 1, it was Rowe, Swamp Buggy Owners; plant explosion at Chestertown, man news agency, gave this eMO. sler Plymouth agency when It
decided at the annual meeting of Bill Sentell, county government; Md.j on the same day three version Wednesday night of an was found thel a screw driver
Swamp Buggy Inc., Tuesday i.ght): and Chuck Vodoplch, Klwanl were killed In a fireworks fac. Incident in which the U.8. Army A been used In an effort to fore had
In the Naples City Hall. Club, tory blast In Chicago. said an East German border n OUAMAM1LN the door open.Weather.
Joe Belyea wa re-elected A previewing of the new Florida Five years ago A Ud guard slapped an American offl.cer. 4 WINS'N K"O

president, Leroy Echols, re Development Commission spokesman renewed objections The Communist version did SAIlM
elected vlce-pr sldent, and Mrs. movie, with picture of the 19M to seating Red China In the not mention the slapping. t ; I :. _ OutlookPartly
Rachel Blodgett was again chosen Swamp Buggy parade and race United Nations as suggested by The U.S. Army said previous 1d
secretary-treasurer. together with pictures of Caribbean India for the ninth straight ly a motorcycle patrol stoppedthe : cloudy through FrU

Members of the board of dir. Gardens and other scene car and one of the guards day, srsttered shower be.
ector elected at the meeting in the Naples area wa shown. year.One year ago -The Agrieul. reached through a window and mEA Ntwtmap) coming more numerous to.

/rttet The picture will be shown on TV lure Department confirmed that "struck the American officer NEW RAIL \ETWORK-The: Interstate Commerce Commission has lon night and Friday Low tonight
< / Ernie Blodgett representing throughout the country this 24 million bushels of surplus with his bands." It denied the Norfolk and Western Railroads mainly In
for of the Nickel Plate and the pro 70s. Friday .
a proposed merger
xT the East Naples Minor League; winter and I* also available for feed grains sent to Austria had vehicle was In a restricted lone vided the Pennsylvania Is not Involved The long-sought merger would create a new UPUSJI goo. andm
\ pan Cleaver, Shrine Club; D.D.r' jse by club and organization been Illegally diverted to other or bad violated any traffic regu. from Roads, Va. to the Great Lakes .oaths.
7.450 mile system Hampton 'L
tattoos '
1 Headrv, Exchange Club; Earl G. according to Jfrs. Blodgett, countric' II'

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Trip To Hawaii
Be Elected FRANCISCO (AP>-

SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Oov. Republicans have roared ap

William W. Scranton and his proval of Sen. Barry Goldwater

Barry's MotherPHOENIX family made plans today for a 4 Y timt M their presidential nominee

Hawaiian vacation to forget the and he vows to carry "the con.

stress and strain of the futile, srvatlve cause" to the American ti

Ariz. (AP) The one-month campaign for the voters in November.The s

Goldwater mother of Arizona Sen. Barry Republican presidential nomination. 55-year-old grandson of a

reacted camly when Jewish peddler who emigratedto
her ,
son received the Republican The trip originally was California from London

prMldenllal nomination. planned weeks ago, before the I ground moderate Republicans
Said
Mrs Baron (Josephine) Pennsylvania governor suddenly under his steamroller as he

Ooldwateri "I've gotten so used Jumped into the nominationrace pushed to a firM-ballot victor

to .this" that It doesn't botherme. but it was put In abey. Wednesday night.Twentythree A

ance while his whirlwind cam. minutes after

Nonetheless, for three day paign was under way.Scranton's the call of the states began

and nights, the B9.year.old wo. belated and heller Goldwater became the nominee

man has sat In front of her tele. skelter drive for the nominationcame when South Carolina cast Its 1(\

vision set watching the San Fran. to an end Wednesday l ballots to put him over the GT,
Cisco rl
convention intently night with a total of only 214 total needed to nominate.By .

"I've been very much Interest. votes compared with 883 for a motion of Pennsylvania

ed In these activities," she said Sen. Barry Goldwater before Gov William W. Scranton, his

Once a pioneer Arizona nurse, switches were made. leading opponent, the nomtna
Mrs. Goldwater has remained
.
tlon was made officially unanimous
strong. She lives with
a woman
-but it wasn't quite.
companion, Susan Armstrong, Susie Scranton In the midst of the confusion,

formerly of Chicago, but moves Sen. Thruston B. Morton of Ken.

about her two.story phoenix Goes After Her 4 lucky the convention chairman
home with
authority. told a reporter that he had been
She likes to do things for her. Goldwater ButtonSAN
ON AN EARTH RUN Three informed Goldwater had called
self. As she reached for flatbed truck. leave with ttctione of a 90

arette Wednesday, a visitor a clg.of. FRANCISCO (AP-One foot Gemini-Titan II launch vehicle from Middle River, Md. for New York, When topp.dwith Rep. William E. Miller of New
of the first to show up at the ho. York, the GOP; national chair. e a
fered to light It for her. s capsule, the model will be dliplayed In the Space Park at the New York World' Fair,
tel of
headquarters Sen. Barry man, had offered him the vice
"No thank declared
you, she Goldwater early today was Sus.. ,presidential nomination, and
"I do that I'm
myself strong asa
an Scranton. that Miller had accepted.

man. Apparently no one recognizedthe But Goldwater and Miller
The nominee's mother weighs tall 18.year.old daughter of Not Votes from Maine, who was the first both appeared on television la
Many Thrill
93 pounds and Is 5.feet.5. tier Pennsylvania Coy William W. woman ever to run for the pres. Big TV ter to say that it wasn't quite as

voice Is strong. Scranton. She had been In tears Idential nomination of a major buttoned up as Morton had saidit

"All my life, I lived In a two. a short time earlier when her But Sen. Smith political party. And it was a As Candidate was.
house. Those stairs don'tbother
story father lost the GOP presidential better showing than had been Goldwater said he hadn't

me," she said nomination. expected. promised Miller to ask him to

She said she never expected Her voice hoarse but her Enjoyed ShowSAN Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce, for. Goes Over TopBy accept second place on the tick.
her to seek the presidency
son smile bright, she strode up to mer congresswoman ambassador et, as had been reported. But he
"but that's all right. I want him the reception desk on the floor FRANCISCO (AP>- en. and author of a caustic BOB THOMAS added that he II""favorably inc.
to do whatever he wants to do" Margaret Chase Smith di n't get play entitled "The Women"
below the Coldwater suite and HOLLYWOOD (AF) Persls. lined" toward the upstate New
Now that Goldwater has won aids many votes, but she enjoyed ev. came up to tell Mrs Smith tent television watchers were York representative

the COP nomination, his mother ery minute of her historic nom. "It's a great day for women."
of
"Where do I get a Coldwater rewarded with moments ex. Miller, also appearing on tele.
worries a little about the future button?" foaling scene at the Cow Pal. Mrs. Luce had been a seconder cltement Wednesday night as vision said he thinks that after

"Well, of course, since he's for the winner, Sen. Barry Gold. the Republican National Con. a meeting of Goldwater with

running, he's going to be elect. ace.And It was a thing to remem. water vantlon reached Its climax. state chairmen today some de. (NEA Telephoto)

ed," she said "But It'. such t ber. The demonstration was It really is a great day" The nomination of Son. Barry flnltlve announcement on the

thankless job" BUSINESS NEEDED lusty and long enough to be a echoed the silver-haired 66. Goldwater as the presidential vice presidential nomlnatlon- Got. William \V. Scranton I

RENO (AP) The Reno Bet- creditable showing. Her fans year-old Mrs. Smith, beaming candidate was preordained, of which he said he would accept- Loses GOP nomination on first ballot.

ter Business Bureau It looking waved red roses the band course but the inevitability would be forthcoming. The vice

for better business played "Everything's Coming TO THE BITTER END didn't detract from the electric presidential nominee will be for.

The bureau said It might have up Roses," and Mrs. Smith in TORONTO (AP) ChuckleJoe ity of the final event. mally elected at tonight's clos. tute harmony for dissension
-
to found go out of business unless it a rose-red suit, sat on the edge a battered old scow skip The countdown until the can. ing session. among the Republicans brought Florida Casts

more their' businessmen willingto of her box seat smiling approve pered by owner Ken Sinclair, is dldate for president foes over Miller, 44 and a Roman Cath. a speedy blast from Democratic

pay dues. al.The one of the last remnants of the top remains one of televi ollc, would be calculated to National Chairman John M.
Donald Gratis. said the bureau placards proclaimed hera 32 Of 34 Votes
Toronto Island's once-thriving sion's biggest thrills bring to the ticket a skilled Bailey
had enlisted "
260 members In its "woman of courage. And so But how home viewerssaw noted for his rough
business hre.Chuckle many campaigner In Washington, Bailey put out
enk 18 month., but needed at least did her nominators
Joe plows the water it? and tumble political battling. a statement saying that the Re. For GoldwaterSAN
500 to be In good financial convention cast 27 votes
The
between the city and the island For the second day the Cow Goldwater has designated him publican party "has been cap.

shape for Mrs. Smith, the senator carrying essentials to the Palace session pushed past the as "a gut fighter." tured by a radical minority ,

dwindling island population. eight-hour mark paralyzing all The new GOP; presidential completely divorced from the FRANCISCO (AP-Flor.
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Sinclair's Island Freight Com- but the most alert of citizens. nominee is an Episcopalian. heritage and principles of our Ida cast 32 of Its 34 votes for

pany is a haulage contractor The Coldwater victory came In He still holds an Interest in nation." Barry Gold I water Wednesdaynight

beer deliverer, house mover and the early morning hours for swank retail clothing stores In In an obvious indication of the as Republicans picked
NOON STOCKSNEW viewers In the East. Arizona. Democrats their presidential, nominee-but
$ sole source of oil delivery during kind of campaign the
winter The networks were hard-put The senator demonstratedIron Intend to launch against It took a delegate.by.delegatepoll

Once s tool designer, Sinclair to keep the viewer Interest alive control of the party and the Goldwater, Bailey added: to mike it official.

s quit the drawing board in favor during the parade of nominating convention In contrast to four "That radical minority has Florida was the only state In
YORK (AP)-Stocks at noon: 50 where a poll was demanded.For .
of the island's open air Now he and seconding speeches and years ago when, in withdrawinghis dictated the choice of a candl.

Is philosophically awaiting- the demonstrations. name from consideration for date whose purpose is to divide five minutes, the attentionof
Allls Chal 20Vi Fla Pw 49ft Nat Dist 26% the entire convention floorto
Countless diversions were -
the nomination he urged con.
time when there will be no one rather than unify the countryand
Alcoa 68V Fla PAL 78 N.AmAv49'/l flashed on the screen. servatlves not to desert the has been say nothing of millions of tel
left the island whose philosophy
_____ _ on serve
Ford 531/. 871,4Am evislon
000000 Am Air 47 Penney viewers was focused on
Metropolitan Toronto is grad A favorite shot was a closeup GOP described by his own party

FILLS TilE BILL -- No, It'snot Drk 871,4 Frmst Da JZI/ Pa RR 345 ually rating the homes of island of the candidate's wife as her members as a menace to the the Florida delegation.
AmBdPar 41'/ Frept Sull5Y. PepCol 631.AmCan /. The poll was asked by Mrs
extolled. PENDULUM SWINGS
husband was being '
and of
a new kind of comb that residents in order to turn *t InVl' peace progress America.
'
U3,1 Frueh Tr II Phil Mar 771/ Janet H. Showalter of Vero
Mrs. Goldwater became a tarn
Carol Blum is using but the a park In I951uuhe first *38 Goldwater appearing tele
This time It was the party'smoderates on
Am Cyan 663,1 Gen Dyn 28% Phil Pet HAm Beach, an at.large delegate and
lllar figure by the end of the
bill from a small sawfish. It )leases were terminated and since and liberals who had vision after the convention had
El
Mot 15', Gen 83',4 RCA 35 staunch supporter of Gov. Wll.
(the bill, not Carol) is on ex TIT 7211. Gen Fds 901() Rep Stl 463 then houses have been acquiredIn evening. brief to march into the glaring lightson acted pledged a vigorous but Ham Scranton of Pennsylvania
fist
There were fights a
hibit at the Miami Fla. Sea piecemeal fashion reducing clean campaign against John
Am Tab 3311. Gen Mills 411,4 Revlon 3414Ampx fire outside the arena, and a few the podium to urge their sup. When Tom Fairfield Brown of

quarium. Cp 131. Gen Mtra D35 Rey Tob 43"1. the year-found population from walkouts and draeouts. porters not to take a walk. The son.He Tampa, chairman of the delega.
2,500 to 1,200. will
Anaconda 45'1. Goodrich 545/. StRer II()% At one dreary point In the pendulum had swung to the not" engage In "a per. Lion, arose to cast the Florida
Soon Island's three remaining
the aonal attack the GOP nominee
433,1 Seaboard 53% right In those four years. ,
Armour 501/ Ooodyr vote he announced
,
ABC's EdwardP. )
CALL THE NEWS FOR businesses, a boat builder, speechmaking, said, but will "campaign on the
The single roll callpursued
Babcock 331Oreyhnd 283,1 Sears JZOJB60 /. Morgan made an admittedly "The Sunshine State of Flor.
RUBBER STAMPS a and Island Freight,will Issues solelyt'Cioldwater's
grocery the end in the overcrowded Cow
Gulf Oil 57Sinclair
4Z 46"11 frank confession for a commen. Ida proudly casts 32 of Its votes
have folded. The gruff owner of earlier
Beth Stl 18"4" HonweU 115 Socony 83 talon Palace showed the overwhelm. assess for Barry Goldwater and two
---- Island Freight will be the last ment of Johnson
In which the Arizona Wednesday
manner "
Boeing 54'1. Int NarY 783/4 SouthnC 63'/ log votes for Governor Scranton.
"I seem to have nothing to
to go. "After it's all gone, he senator had made his views however had been that the
Borden 75 Int Nick 8l',4 SperryR J4IBrun.wk /. celebrate about we're short of He said Mrs. Showalter had
93/ lot Pap 11% StO NJ 883 says, "I'll still be here. treading water here.; popular with the 1,308 delegates.The Democratic president was "the requested a poll of the delega.
/PlC biggest faker in
the
count Goldwater United
Cater Tr 341,4 Jones"L 83'Sludebak 71,4 The real excitement of the showed tlon.

Celanese 711% Kals Al 371,4 Swift 11431. balloting began after the major. 883 and Scranton 214. .States"virtual who and the "phoniest Indl." Convention Chairman Thrus.

Chrysler 1Il7/. Ken'cott 85 TrJaco 7914CocsCol Tourist Attraction: Ity of viewers had probably The other votes were divided He made these ever came along. ton B. Morton said the requestwas

LUFF CMC INC. 1361/ Lir II My 80 Thiokol 151,4 Green. shuffled off to bed. Then came this way Henry Cabot Lodge 3, comments in an In order under Com Ed 1113f Loch'd 14 U Carbld 123 Eric the Red named the rapid appearance of Gov Rockefeller 114, Sen. Margaret on-the.run meeting with report. rules.
Trucks Parts land to attract more peopleto Chase Smith 27 Sen. Hiram ers.
Can Edis D3 LortUard 451,4 Unit Airc 481,4Coot William W. Scranton to seek a As the convention clerk called
Un Fruit go there. There are no Fong 5 Walter Judd 21 and
3l',4 225/1 ,
-service Can 53% Mar'vox
island unanimous vote. CAUSE NEEDS CHANCE names of the delegates they
massive
this
Dow Che 7i MM"M 631,4 US Steel 60'/. forests on the Gov. George W, Romney 41.
brought eve.
Hi a speech shouted their and
TEMPORARY DuPont 2621Mohuco 11% Unlv Mat U'/ and more than 708,000 square nlng's most touching sight At this point a chipper and Why did he want to be presl. Brown preference
total of 840.- relayed the Informationover
miles of its area dramatically
LOCATION Scranton appeared
EAL I1s Mon.'to 7D3/ West rEI 13 buried under closeups of a Scranton son and smiling dent, he was asked. a loud speaker.

421 Ninth St., N. E.Kodak 1321,4 Mont Wd 38'!. Woolwth IOJ" square miles ice. are daughter weeping openly over to walk the long "The Republican cause needsa This poll confirmed the voteas
to the
Firestone 41 tti Nat Dafr 83 glacial their father's defeat. length of the platform chance and the conservativecause announced by Brown.
-
rostrum where, framed in the neods chance" to be
Goldwater himself appearedIn a Mrs Showalter and
Mrs RoseW
and in the of the tele.
television Interview at his lights eye presented to the voters, he
... a Fernandez of Tampa voted
Of''' OH'1A1 "MQUIII\ hotel suite. vision cameras, he moved to said that foreign policy, "the
''I ,, .... : nomination for Scranton.
Goldwater's
:tr.. make abuse of law and disorder in
Asked about his chances in It had been announced that

: );:; \ 9,2;, 1 TAMPA PLA 2311871 1 7 3 You'll Appreciate November, the candidate told the unanimous.seams with The the hall thunder burst of at this country crime" and rate"the will"the be Mrs. J. B. Butterw o r t h of
television reporters "I didn'tget mounting
Gainesville
::- f 912 6 SEARING PlA 3993625 e5 I the New IBM J in this fight to lose. approval. Issues in the campaign.The Scranton. When would her I vote for
name was
;;: -.. 9J| 0\ S LEIIIGH ACCLEWISTON PLA 368301 45 He added: "I'm too old to go Recalling that four years pre. convention headed Into a called she did not respond and

INTMCOUN1VnumoNi 1008| 6 9 1 4 4346 111 2 393 LONG DISTANCE back to work and too young to vlously Goldwater had stood getaway session today at whichit the vote was cast by her alter

10'123' : PLA 9824381: 40 I get out of politics." where he was, Scranton his was scheduled to verify by its nate
STATEMENTS! Hugh C. Edwards of
face solemn for the moment.
ITiTIM .70: balloting Goldwater's choice of
10 1 6.4 COLLECT FROMENRLEWPOD MIAMI Gainesville. He voted for Gold.
told the delegates that the ume
t'--!.'! 1018\ P. LA.4743211: 115n : his running mate.Goldwater's. water.
<00f1 TODAY'S SCHEDULESAN had come when "an honorableman acceptance

/,NU 41i "" I I Ii i can say that the sense of speech on which he began work Before the roll call vote, Flor.
.Nhs.N I I Ia I FRANCISCO ((AP- this great convention has be. several days would follow Idlans participated In the big
ago
rnuciM1 t Here is today's program for the come abundantly clear. His noisy demonstra tlon which
NINI that of the vice
presidentialnominee's
I I Republican National Conventionin erupted In the Cow Palace when
M U1 I view had not prevailed he acceptance and wind
weCHUMnw the Cow Palace. Time is conceded. Goldwater was nominated
the convention.The .
Eastern Standard: up As the demonstration began

8:30 p.m.-Convention calledto SEEKS UNITY presidential candidate Brown hoisted the Florida stan.
scheduled a meeting for Thurs.day
i order by Chairman Morton. dard high In the air and pushed

flD'UL TAX orAL AIlIID a 12 I Pledge of Allegiance, John "The Republican party. with the GOP; National into the crowded center aisle
must now emphasize its unity Committee to tell members his with It
Touu i a Benton BellamyDI. leading the Floridians
i 1 choice for their chairman.He .
not its differences, Scranton new Into the
National Anthem John Jam which
Gary
7 7/ 1 0 0 1 : 9 7'U. 1 0 1 61 INTER Invocation, J. Clifford Wal. said. His voice was drowned out was expected to be Denison at least tried to parade paraded aroundthe or
- COUNTY Kitchel Arlzonan who has dl.
for the moment by the roar ,
11111./.1 lace, San Diego.Appointment . convention hall.
111111.1. of committee to from the convention floor and rected his campaign from the


The New IBM Long Distance Statements escort nominee call of states for president.Roll for nomlna.. from the must galleries."We now. be about the beginning With the party organization Barry To Quit

firmly In his control GoldwaterIs
business of defeating Demo
Lions for vice president.
You'll Soon Be Receiving With Nominations for vice presl. crats," he continued. "I shall expected to move later to calla Race For SenateSAN

work for and fully support the summit meeting of party lead. FRANCISCO (AP-Sen.

dent.Roll ticket chosen by this conven. era. Presumably these would in.
call of states for selectionof Barry Goldwater declared after
Your Regular Telephone Bill nominee for vice president. tion." elude Eisenhower, former Vice winning the Republican presl.
Although all the other candl. President Richard M. Nixon,
Appointment of committee to dentlal nomination that he will
To You. escort nominee for vice presl. dates quit there still remained Scranton, Rockefeller, Miller not run for re-election to the I
Offer Many Advantages on the official record to contra and various others. Senate."I .

dent.Charles H. Percy candidate vert the convention's shouted would not run for both

for governor of Illinois, introduces approval of Scranton's unity places," the senator told re.

1 1. Eliminates individual long distance tickets 3. Simplifies the problem of Keeping a record former Vice President motion 17 votes for Scranton, 31 CAMPING OUT IN GREECE porters.
for Rockefeller and 51 absten.
Richard M. Nixon ATHENS (AP) .Greece is Goldwater said he will write
in the which of telephone expenses.were expecting -
that have been sent to you past your Speech by Nixon.Acceptance aims from New York. 23 tourists the Arizona secretary of state

difficult to' read and understand. 4. Will help us to keep the cost of your tele2. speech by noml. To soften the bitter attacks to camp st per the cent country's more organ- asking that his name be With.

Summarizes your calls on an easier to read phone service down through increased operation nee for vice president. ;they preconventlon had made campaign on him In the.. tied sites In 1964 than campedin drawn from the rac

Acceptance speech by noml. 1963-
IBM Long Distance Statement efficiency. nee for president. York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefell.
Tourism Office figures indicate
If and Scranton hurried tooldwat.r's Title
Benediction the Rev. John that 14,000 pitched their Companyof
,
: < headquarters In a

It All Adds Up To Better Service For You Geranlos, San Francisco. Nob winner.Hill hotel to talk with the tents seasides in and 1961 fewer Many the chose mountain the Naples


Rockefeller, pushing his way sides. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS

Free Deer through a crowd of newsmen By nationality, the French led Peppsrd Bid,.
the campers while tourists from Ml IMS'en
said "I congratulated him on a
I YOUR PARTNERS IN PROGRESS . I The Egyptian king Ram ses tremendous vlctor)'." Scranton Germany and Great Britain tied Fifth Are., So.
Ill who ruled about 1225 for second place. Greeks were
called next, shortly after Gold.
BC. distributed about 500.- listed ss 27th and Americanswere W'J'
water read television-radio
of free beer the a In a tiny minority. .......
000 gallons . .
statement in which he said of .......
national beverage to his sub- Plans sis being made to set PIa.
SYSTEM the Pennsylvania governor'sconvention
INTER-COUNTY TELEPHONE jects during his reign, accord "I know up camping. sites st short distances Pr.a 4
appearance
'
Brltannica from landing points of
ing to the Encyclopaedia somewhat how he felt."
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ferries linking Italy and Greece.
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'L-7' : ; from By RAE WEAR .f '. i:3J'fapIcs' 90arhy


xliy's travelling U far re. for several days visit with her. i y and/

k in',>ved from the horse and buggy aunt, Mrs. Edythe McLaughlln in t
day s when that was "it" or else Rio Vista Estates. Her mother, :' UanJercilt fjeach
"stay home" and not go at all. Mrs Violet Sweeney who has
Today wlth some It I."choice" spent several weeks here at tm'j
depending primarily upon dls the McLaughlin home, left with A .. By Mary A. Foster MI 2.IMI*
tanre We have In mind the Cobbe, her daughter for Orlando to vis.U .
R<>\ and Sylvia on Kentucky with other relatives Mrs
r .j\ Street, with a car In a garageat Agnes Edwards and Mrs Nel. Last Monday night about 930 mend the Veterans HospItal
the front door, and at the lie Tinsley, after which they will I received a call from a very In Coral Cables on Monday,July
back dour, their cruiser, which return to their home town. The \ deer friend asking me to hurryon edt, He U presently. underftfcy

tins coming weekend will travel children, 2'i' and 3 t4> years, i \ down to Vanderbilt Beach tests, preparing for saps
In Fort Myeri Beach to visit referred to the Gulf as the "big ,, ( whe..huge mama turtle,weighing sometime tMa week.
their son anddaughter.lnJawthe pool" |ud spent much of their about 'Ji 0 pound, had come
S.
Ted Cobba at Nancy Lane. Then time swimming While here the I' up on the beach, behind the Vanderbilt VISITING DAUGHTER
for a quickie trip back "home"in McClusk were registered at tl tll Beach Motel, to lay her Mrs. Marie Cole of 104d Avt- I

3 Concord Mich, the choice the Imperial River Court. &!.. nue left Ut week to visit wWi
is clane or let. A happy reunion with friends It took her
about 46 minutesto her daughter Debbie, who to
Two sisters on Pennsylvania, and lamely and their families
L lay her eggs and cover them spending( the summer at a tnw j
Avenue Mrs. Mabel Hauser and is on the agenda for Donald
Mrs Rose Falstreau and her Kldston.He Is a civilian employee deep In the undo It was amazing In Hyland, N.C. then she. and

husband Ben have been enjoj'Ing of the government with assign to see such a sight Mama her cousin Mra. Mildred MEN

) a visit from their baby sister ments from the Pentagon Wash r! tunic actually had big tears run of Fort Myers, will visit wfth \
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ington, D.C. He is the son.tnlaw fling d\i n her eyes, she was relatives in Dalton, Ga.I .
/ Br. ,wn of Ashtabula Ohio. The of Mrs, Edythe McLaughlin, and 1 such i tired lady as she made recently heard from Mrs
Brown's trip is the first here in along with his wife Gerry, son 1 ,fie her NCV! < way) !back to the Gulf. D.O. Floreth of Vanderbilt Beach
five years, and they are much Barry and daughter Debby are she :i>fi quite in audience behind and Jacksonville, 111., and know
.:' amazed at the tremendous growth now in Ankara, Turkey where her many of her friends and neigh- I.
? of this area. They are enjoying this week he leaves by jet on a 1\,,>> I aooJer i how many of her bora will be happy to know she 1
dill to the beach special In Washing H s
trips assignment
4 stating haters mn i itch and find their Is doing fine after a month In '
the Gulf waters are Just as entlc. ton, D.C. His family will leave
wr. aw WlI I ic the gulf; Nature Is a the hospital and seven weeks at
Ins as ever. Mr. Brown is as. Naples, Italy, on August 19th 1
Mr and Mrs. Richard A. Bishop slstant superintendent of the True aboard an Italian liner arriving wlndeilill, t skins;. I know many home convalescing.: She was ao
Temper Company which manufactures in New York on August 27th, of pre I 1"I\l' icad shout this sort grateful to hear from so manyof
golf clubs. They have one here Don will meet them. He of thli:q, but I to really see it lsSOlllCllrl' her Naples friends. Do hope(

I 37., sun, Roger, who is now station. Is endeavoring now to entice his I' i,1; I she continues' to Improvej we
News, ed In Oakdale, Penn., formerly mother-in-law Ede Mac to join Y'lil mo,"ici tilea very hard shall tie looking forward to seeing
mmokalee head draftsman with the electric him in the New York meeting not t i. loo-boo on names and her In the fall
plant in Ashtabula. and there on to the World's Fair. places "I( ('Yents. but last week Mr. Troy Hall of 104th Avenue
--: -.. BV MRS. W. H. GARRETT! Father Joseph Beaumont of St. Dr. H.E. Mall, a resident for I reap, o-booed l In relating the suffered a bad head Injury
1R'If" ".' -- 4 < ) '.. '" Leo's Parish in Bonita Springs many years' of the Imperial River
Li. story u John Noise of 96th Ave. last Friday when he fell off a
Lighted tapers In branched can.> J,W. Pennlngton Vernon Yandi.e reports his mother Mrs. Mary to Court take, who left about month ago nue. omehow I got the name bicycle In front of his ham
residence with his
delabra cast a soft glow at tit ver, Roy Miller,and Henry Grant. Beaumont, now recuperating In up and a. of soiiic of the characters mix lie was taken to the Naples Community
daughter the Rlers
family
wedding and of Richard Miss Lola Ann Jern.i Mrs. Jim Fowler drove to MI. proved Fort Lauderdale with special Is thanks much 1m.for 159 N. Lake Shore Drive, Lake, Mis.! James Hiatt M."""' p.o;; ed up. Instead of R.\\', Uoods Hospital, then rushed to
ulan A. at
i
Bishop amt last
Wednesday to take her
SOIl helni. the hero In the the Jackson Memorial
prayers and cards which she Geneva Wise, writes that he finding hospital
7:30
p.m. Friday at the First to Childrens
son Tony the Var. has received. is now located In beautiful and racoon hidden. up under the panelof in Miami for surgery. Do remember
Baptist church Reverend
Price
lety Hospital for a medical check. Knowles HiattGloria
of Tarpon Springs officiated at spacious surroundings, and ad. the truck, it was young Dllly him In your prayers)
the double ring ceremony. up.Mr.. and Mrs Tom Brown had HERE FOR VE1T Jacent to a sun porch overlook. Tracy son of William Tracy of he Is a very ill man.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCluskyand Ing the Lake. lie would like to Jean Knowles becamethe brocade dress with bow
Laverne Amos, organist, and Ka. as their guests over the week. a big Port Royal Don't know how It Would like to remind all the
thy McCarty soloist, presented a end her parents, Mr. and Mra. daughters Sara and Shirleyof hear from his many friends here, bride of James Mofflet lliatt In the back and carried yellow happened; Hilly, but mydeepapo- board members of the Naples
program of nuptial music. The P.H. Allen, of Fort Ogden. Also Chicago ni.,arrived this week and at the above addreas. In the First Methodist Church of and white mums.followl1lg logy, and hope that racoon turns Park Area Association that they 'i

church was decorated with bas. enjoying Sunday dinner with the Naples Sunday afternoon,July 12, the ceremony the out OK for you. will meet next Thursday, July
kcts of white mums, gladioli Browns was Al Strickland. In a double ring ceremony read bride's parents entertained at Jack O'Malley, son of Mrs. 3, at 7:30 P.III.
Tern, palms and lighted candlesat Cookout At Hospital Report by the Rev Richard E, Wilson a reception In the Fellowship Fred llcnnlng of 93rd Avenue, Thank you again for your articles -
vantage points in the church. BIRTHDAY PARTY of Bradenton. Hall where the hall was decorated Won't you continue to

The bride Is the daughter of Mrs Gene Stone honored her Center ADMISSIONS The bride U the of In/ white. The bride's send them along, large or small.
daughter /
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Jernlgan of daughter Sarah Ann with a partyon Cypress cake .
three-tiered
7-8 Mazzle Warren, Mar was a crew I And until week
Mr. and next remember
Immokalee. Mr. Bishop Is the her sixth birthday Monday at Mrs. B.D. Ray 3988 ,
Ion of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton the park Games were played and 20The garita Cervantes Muriel Francis Coconut Circle, and the bride lion .. those who are Ill, and may the
Bishop also of Immukalee favors were given to each child. Opens July Georgians Teach, Charles groom Is the son of Mr. and For her daughter's wedding, ..J,. : ._ Good Lord watch over all of you
Given in marriage by her father Birthday cake and punch were Cox. Mrs. T.K. lliatt of Hollywood. Mrs. Ray chose a gown of aqua ,-t and keep you well
the bride was attired In a served. Those attending were cookout':' at Big Cypress 7-9--G.il McClenlthan, Ivan with a lace bodice and plain
street-length !gown of white satin Sheryl McDaniels, Bobble and Center will be held July 20 to Miller Marvin Bass, William DJ3. Ray gave his stepdaughter skirt, and carried yellow roses. Nl" lllllIlN w llll intend" III dM.IVIM <>
with a lace bodice. Her shaul. Robbie Lou Stanley.Alecra Howe, July 25. Keeling, Betty Henry Anne In marriage. She was attended The bridegroom's mother worea <:} .uke"' .hll.1I11J MIII"I""provide 111.:","
der-leneth veil of silk illusion Greg Olroyd, Phil and Lane Children In the school sum Kappauf, Kathalyn Gaither. by Linda Henson of Naples plain purple dress and car "ilh .i fluiir Hitter, u neitl
tell from a crown of pearls. She Crews, Pam and Elaine Cason, mer program who are planningto 710CeorglnaTurner.GeorgeAbowd. as matron of honor while Ken ried white mums. IIC yrudiiHltU "mi.:II muring, cope (fmOr
carried a lace covered Bible, Susan, Mary, and David Stone. attend should have paid their Melonle Corbltt, John neth E. tllatt of Fort Lauderdale The bride Is a graduate of I 11 \ unit' .It..nisi, ', ., |tl II" nkiiMirn. + -
topped with a corsage of pink Mrs. Lillian Thomas of Miami 25 cents by Thursday, July 18, Milton, Daisy Mae Brown. served as best man. Dennlse Naples Senior high school while ".'ip II' ,"i I "11, ,N ), ,i -cl i "I|
...
rose buds and white carnations. and Mra Philip Crews assisted the center announced. 7-ll--Donna Willie Ray was the flower girl and Roy the brodegroom attended Glen Itl'lh.' II I .I I "" 'nun '(*'''11''. n
Miss Ann Zimmerman of Pom. Mrs. Stone with the party. Wright, 'pahml.' "id! i r"ihh. i -, i.ip.t
Allen the
Registration for the rest of Green Jessie Chesser, Phillip Ray was ring bearer, Senior High School at Winston Mi , i 5'I I , ,,
pano Beach maid of honor was Mr. and Mrs. Philip Crews 1I11 i ""hi i 'p'''''' reel-
the summer will be he Id Wilkerson Ushers were Orlo Carson and Salem, N.C., and Is now em .
attired in a street.length dress and children, Pam and Elaine program I'' III prr, ""I.,
of white silk organza with pink Cason of Douglas, Ga., and Mrs. at the Center from July 20 to 7-12-.Hugh Grant.HenryCor- Henry Gasperson, both of Na ployed the Naples Water Treat t Pi: >t *ir rck" ir ..I I ,' .,

accessories. She carried a bouquet Gone Slone and family spent the July 25, The activities begin sine, Jerry Floyd. pies ment plant .t
of pink carnations. day Sunday at Marco Beach.They when the summer program sponsored 7-U-lda Lawson, Lily Snead Nuptial music was providedby Assisting at the reception we re'
Ann Dupree, the bridesmaid, grilled hamburgers and steaks by the schools and city Albert Brown, Martha Best, lurie Standrldge at the organ. Mrs Barbara Townsend lurie

was gowned Identically to the and reported they had a very nice recreation department ends on Jeanie Woods, Mary Hicks.DISCHARGES The church was decorated with Standrldge and Nancy I lutchlson. .. .. '
honor attendant and she carried a time. Monday, July 27. white flowers for the ceremony. Out-of-town guests included J
bouquet of pink carnations. Nan. Charles Heath is home again Children aged 7 to 15 are in The bride's gown had a white Mr, and Mrs T.K, lUau of :,..L : 4

cy White was flower girl. ,, after spending a week in St. vited. Trail building nature 78Ruth MacKinnon Lilly lace bodice with chiffon taffeta Hollywood, Mr and Mrs, Douglas 1
Best man was Jimmy Brown Petersburg with his aunt, Mrs.
IJ, ;. Ushers were Jimmie Lanier,, C.A Roberts Ills mother Mrs. study and films crafts, exhibit Andrew Paul Krachkowskl, skirt. The bridal bouquet was Ray and two children of Fort REM.IIIIiIESSen.: : Maurlno
and James Poole. Billy Bishop Alma Heath, drove up Mondayand construction andgames are some Charles Whlttenberg, Ella Wil of white baby orchids. Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs Ken Ni'uberRtr, I U Ore pones In r11rr
brother of the bridegroom, was they returned home Tuesday of the activities planned. liams. The matron of honor wore a neth E. Hiatt and son of Fort Washington with her new

; JIIG bearer The Junior Chamber of Commerce 7-9.Maurlne Bergersen, Albert gown of green with a chiffon Lauderdale, Danny [ arrow of husband!. Ur I'liilip Solomon
A pink and white color theme Rev. and Mrs. George Sellers worked on the Pine Tree Handverger, Edna Davis, bodice and brocaded skirt. Her Fort LauderdaleMrs. Marquette of Boston. Mass, She was
'V is carried out at a reception of Jacksonville have moved Into Trail last Saturday and got most Margery Shafer, Richard De- bouquet was of white carnationswith and son of Boston Mass., and elected In 1IWO to (he Senate '
iven by Mr. and Mrs. Jernlganin the Church of God parsonage and of the Initial work done. No mere, Margarita Cervantes green tips. Janie Koprowskl of Fort Lau teat held by her late husband SEMINOLE GENERAL STORE

Fellowship Hall at the church, are getting acquainted with the work will be done on It this Carrie Hal re and baby boy The flower girl wore a yellow derdale Kkhanl Neuberyir!: 1177 Third St., So.
The bride's table was overlaid people. They extended a welcometo Saturday, July 18. 7-10-Gall McClenlthan, Roy NAPLES< FLAt
? ith white lace cloth and
a cen. everyone to attend church. center's
The staff thanked Hall Thelma Cardwell
Helen
again ,
tered with a tiered wedding cake Mr. and Mrs. James Spiresand
topped with a miniature bridal children and Mrs. Mable those men who worked on the Owens

)jtirle An arrangement! of white Spires have returned home af. .trail.to 7-11.-Mary Brantley, Anne

mums, gladioli, and pink rose ter spending a week In BeeBee, MacCullough, Daisy Mae Drown, "COME ON IN. ,
buds and lighted candles decor. Ark., with Spires'daughter, go and finally made It late Elizabeth Kappauf and baby girl,
ated the table.Assisting Mrs Irma Jean Strahorne. Monday. Georgians Teach and baby boy, t j (,, THE WEATHER'S FINE"
with the hospitalities Mr. and Mra. Amos Allen and Theodore Michael brother Georgina Turner and baby girl. '
were Mrs. Retha Rutledge! Miss children left Monday for a week'. of John Michael of Michael's 7-12-rhllllp Wilkerson, Me .
Etta Mae Fussell, and Mrs. Glen. vacation at Fort Myera Beach. Resturant left for Greece by lonle Corbltt, Jessie Chesserand 1P4
da Sm allwood. Miss Marilyn Pic. Mrs Martha/ Skinner is home air recently and arrived In Rome, 10
baby girl John Milton
kles attended the bride's book again after spending last weekIn Italy first stop, just slightly 7-13.-Marvin Charles
Bass
After a honeymoon touring Flo- Fort Myers with her parents more than 14 hours later. Aftera
rids, the couple will go to Nor. Mr and Mrs. J.E, Mattern They couple of days there he flew Cox, Kathalyn Gaither, Alfred '
folk, Va., to make their home have both been ill but are much on to Athens, Greece, wherehe Broderson, Henry Corzlne, \ MILLION
until Mr Bishop ends his service better now. was greeted by friends of ,
with the Navy. many YUrt Manning. A letter BIRTHS
EXTENDING STAYA which John received from his 7-9--Mr. and Mrs. Richard DOLLARRATE
ENJOY FISHING phone nil came from Glenn, brother revealed that Theodore Teach, baby boy; Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Walker to his parents, Mr. and Mr .Stan was enjoying his vacation and Thomas
Kappauf, baby girl.
and and Wrlsley to let them know he Is \
children Becky, Cindy, plans to be gone about 8 months 7.10--Mr. and Mrs. Mark Turner ,,
Andy spent last weekend at Mar. so enjoying himself up north and will visit sver,11.) ountrles
co Beach flshlng.Tiiey report they visiting his relatives that he Isextending In the Eastern Asia area, En. baby girl. ''t i REDUCTIONfor
had a very good time. his stay another week. route back he plans to take sev. 7.U..Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylorand He Is visiting his sister Mrs era) side trips to other nations I Chesser, baby gIrl i
children, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Robert Sullivan, and family In Western, Europe before leav 7.13.'Mr and Mrs. Angus
Shockley and children, and Mrs. Another sister, kin Monica lug, that se lion of the world. Lawson, Jr., baby girl. +
Cornelia McDonald left Sundayfor Painter, and daughter of Union FP&L '
a two.week vacation at Salt catty, Pa., orient a week with him I -
Springs, Fla. llso, at the Sullivan lie also I / 1 '-9'v.1 CUSTOMERS

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall and MW his aunts Mrs. D.E. Butler, l, ,
children Jimmy Danny and Susan Mrs. Harold Edwards and Mr. There's Nothing Like It In Naples'1i1laeEreen . !j \ I Now more i Itoo'

returned home Sunday night Edwards ami other relative allf ,.Mil I ,fr* ntli'ik .
after a week's vacation in North ) Kankakee, HI. his aunt Mrs L "
Carolina and Tennessee. Robert White and famlb of Chi. J ", lilt ilieiiNrnnnnlfflrtlrii' |
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gllllard ago lit.; his uncle. VUImott \ I \ \ / invuur
and children Anita and Greg James and family: hl< grand ...... ,- 3'1 1 less i ,lic-n.
have moved from Punta Gorda to daughter; and Mrs. Ellen Reed, wJ "lninulrvuur
Immokalee and are living In Chan a dear irlenri of man \ears of rmpn him
ey's trailer park, Ms mother, all of Decatur, 111. 'ihin to
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE 1 IS EVEN BETTER"A r 'If "m."F.I3'.3.
Rev and Mrs. uoraen sum Glenn regret that he wn ttiubletn I. uw. 10 11, fimhinNtioiiijm'f
merall and children of Venice visit another aunt, Mrs.. Lyle \a....
New of Cooperative
and Rev and Mrs. George Brach. Gentry, and family of Lexington, Community oua/ FL.III': IIV ,cent MI
er of LaBelle attended church at Ky., but hopes to visit them, next Garden Apartments for Adults little. vel d.| *.. HO
the Church of God in Immoka summer mush for the

lee Sunday night. The J.P. Magee finally got Only-Prices Start at $7,200 . WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRICairconditioning enieynwtplof;
The Woman's Society of Christian .iwn this week fur Tenne._. minium II\'illl' 1
Service of the First Methodist It wa' aiiiuxm"' ed some three
Church met in FellowshipHall weeks"' ago that tlie\ wets leav. i
Monday' night There was a tne hut before departure Jake
shoit t bust.less meeting after rust lumirion tr Jet i.r, ]Jot/ INSPECT THE MODEL ONE KID-
which Mrs. Sam Heath. served duti ARe, ji| arliiz '\81 oil ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM

refn">litients. Others attending times he la, titial Itsmt-st"i APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. Fri* ri> love to com* or and your IOIJlI..rfrum, II. ,mn" < ompNttunit. :
were Mesdames John Jump, wit! ., ,ut bona seas i SIB)'. e that !
whole family bee more up for better Today. ItHtm .or ( ..hll'nIflS !ill y-!
time the i id bee ENUE SOUTH AND FIFTH STREET.
W.M. Llttlefleld Richard Howe i ;ettlne read ,
living and summer fun It'* au,$ ,i a murvirl ot tried and proven dependilnlity ,
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treat to brat the heat' Quurfrr and more efficient than @( ;j

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and DOUBLE CHECK I keep it fresh and sweet.milling dimmer Wide choice of lint and BUSINESSMAN ;

YfUI BARS OFFICE . OMitrol the humidity h''r" ,,,t morM Prmresarek.wwtuoiEnjoywl :

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JUST lUtE van the reduced eletirktiM.
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that tv coverage of the convention was i

the surprise of absolutely no one very good.

who Is capable of reading, seeing or In a matter of days the Democrats will

hearing Senator Barry Goldwater was go through tha motions of nominating a J
nominated on the first ballot to be the candidate even though there is not the : : i

Republican nominee for President of the slightest doubt that President Johnsonwill :

United States.It be the Democrat standard bearer. ) I

should not have been a surpriseto Some excitement may possibly be engendered

anyone that, after the deed was doneon over selection of his running

that first ballot, Governor Scranton mate, just as is currently being tried by

urged all Republicans to close ranks and the Republicans, but it will be difficultto

support the convention's choice. This make much of a mountain out of sucha II

Isn't always done, of course, but the small molehill That's why the television i t.

candidate who has any idea of taking networks might be well advised to .

another whack at the nation's top officeIs consider some arrangement whereby one r

well advised to make a unity plea. network would cover the entire Demo

After all, that is the way Goldwater cratic convention or perhaps one net.

kicked off his drive for the GOP nomination work cover the first day of the session,

four years ago when he failedto another network the second day, etc.

gain the number two spot on the Now that both parties know who will

ticket Scranton may well be the GOP carry their standards in the upcoming

nominee for president in 1968. campaign, it is reasonable to expect that \

The San Francisco convention, although serious politicking will get underway im .

pretty well cut and dried beforeit mediately. Goldwater already has indicated \:.,

even started, was given an aura of that he intends to adopt the / 1(.' I

excitement by saturation coverage of "give 'em hell" methods used so success N F! -/ \. \

every minute detail of the session by fully against Tom Dewey by Harry Truman -
television. There is OI:' <<,""" .. .
press, radio and not who wasn't given a snowball'schance Yffr'"Jt}:;.; : : ; {'
the slightest doubt that television viewers in Hades of baating the Republican /: : :

over the country saw and heard more nominee Goldwater already has directed .

of the convention activities than did those some pungent remarks toward The Best of BoyleBY (&Y

delegates who were present. It seems President Johnson, evidently hoping to !

safe to say that the GOP convention was so arouse the President that hs will (as HAL BOYLENEW [

not simply covered by press, radio and Scranton hoped Goldwater would) come

television-It was completely surroundedand out of his corner slugging with impulsiveand YORK (AP)-Sidewalk or so servants around. A man eI

overwhelmed by an army of news damaging attacks on the GOP and comments The price of a of pavement dreaming Plato Is can get awfully tired of opening
his own champagne bottles day
paper reporters, a veritable forest of its nominee perhaps even goadedinto going up, up, upl I It costs much after day.

microphones, and a multitude of cam a face-to-face television debate. to.more to dream now than It used Well, it was a lovely dream

eras. There Is one thing to be said for Inflation, that bane of our But and It kept me happy for years.
now It Is smashed to smith
Some television viewers have suggested the presidential race of 1964. For the workaway life, has now also In. ereens. I made the mistake of

that future conventions be given first time in many years, one will not tlon vaded In the which world through of the Imaglna.fantasy confiding my dream to a friend r a
,
who Is expert in tax and ftnan.
different television coverage. They claim need a program to tell the Republicansfrom we achieve all our goals. clal matters.

that eight to I 10 solid hours of convention the Democrats The party platformswill To get what he wants from his "How much money do you (
all three networks which of dreams, a daydreamer finds he think It would take to live d
coverage by for a change, provide voters with must spend much more mythl. you
necessity precludes the showing of any a clear cut choice The Democrat platform cal money than did the day. the lives way?" he you asked.think a millionaire The oldest organized

other programs, is a bit tiring. Some Is certain to be quite liberal and dreamer of a generation ago. "Why, a million dollars,"Ire. In the America is lacrosse.
This Is true of both kids and name given by
have suggested that the networks take there is no doubt that the GOP standIs adults.As plied. French settlers of

turns covering future political conventions clearly conservative a child, I dreamed of find. kidding He laughed.Anybody"You with must be the old Indian game of "
thus allowing at least one networkto Ing a nickel, a dime, or-Jn a million only a gataway," because the
It's going to be extremely interestingto dollars who tried to live
really expansive mood_ ment used, the curved
provide no'mal programming. Afterall see how many of each persuasion the quarter. To dream of finding t like that the would wind up panhan. stick resembled a
dung
on Bowery In less than
it is possible to have tod''moth of nation has and what section of the quarter was to spend a wild an. six months. crazier It was played by ee'I

l a good thing and it must be admitted country they come from.I' ernoon That In gigantic Valhalla.sum would buy dreams."You'll What have you to upgrade need is your$23 throughout six nations the of the )

five big sticks of penny licorice, million to $50 million- nd even upper New York state
a nickel Ice cream cone a nick.
,
I 1 then you might have to cut lower Ontario before
el sack of popcorn, and a dime
down on your racing stable, and bus landed in the new
ticket to the Saturday afternoon
in 1492. The Indians
keep your yacht In drydock partof
I' others: say movie. the year." the sport as a training
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS To a modern child being ac. He left me crushed. Who at ure for war.
tually given a quarter Is hardlya
my age wants to have to sudden )
dream situation It wouldn't C tacyclepaedl IllteaaltaBARBS
ly boost his dream fortune from
get him very far. To spend a de. a million dollars to $25 millionor ::
1 llrlous afternoon such as I so? It Is hard to do. It Isn't '
dreamed of In childhood he'dhave worth 1t.Somebody.
to have well
over a dollar.
Is always taking BY HAL COCHRAN
Grownup dreams are getting the fun out of life. And Inflation
even more high-prlced. ThIsdoesn't Some women use a
Is taking a lot of the fun out of
bother some people. dreaming A fellow can hardly club to give another
They art spendthrift dreamers. afford It anymore.QUICK a good beating.
.,, ,\:' They are printIng.press-money !
dreamers. Whatever they It would be
dream they'd like to have or do, to see what't inside
they dream up the money to buy QUIZ brains of mothers : :: :
It-and never mind the cost. swear at little kids.

For years my dream goal was Q-Why is the Weaverbird
Often mlddle-aged
to live like a millionaire.To given this name1ABecause a
acts at a so
silly party
do this I figured I'd have a of the way it
small steam yacht for world weaves Its nest together. The L
travel, a penthouse on Park Av. Weaverbirds of South Africa u 4friends
enue, a well.staffed mansion In build a community roof of "", '
the country, a raring stable, a grasses. The underside Is di. .> y
hideaway villa on the French vided Into apartments, each ""
Riviera, a couple of limousines, occupied by two birds.
a few racing cars. won't know he's

..,Naturally, there'd. be a. dozen. enough to know better.
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: WCT'' Rt.OPtR enjoy a (game of golf /
i is a matter of course.
1JIm'tE{ i ADORER RELAX:
SALAMI.E.LE."E Use the present to
fMU.IC..Av., your future and you're
..* .Il'1tp1( ,H lIl1hl'lJ ... G N A T 5. A C. t never to regret your past.
r 1. ,\p'II,1, .l'I 1I.III.IIt V I E: O. 0 V 5 T E. R
; 4 1,11",1'111: ,, ," III (,dot.. CAR TEL C. cif 's smW Why do people try to
11 !Sccul II others how to do
EL I RCL AY ...
I U I .tr: ;huphI l':ladunu'i,' I ADD- G t M Ii c. A tlIi doing they never themselves got around?

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( I \ umvu COLLIER COUNTY
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I 14 Iat 1I11I 4' Hcramr SOLUTION 0' YISTUDA ,PUZZLE MICHAEL CHANCE, Edit-..
U. KIII ul H Hfu"l JIll\\\: .
Rnnl +.t.talrnr THOMAS HAVER. Aiioclata
.II/II. H I'aab" I \\.11 11".1 b.m, MARSHALL WYATT. Adv .
Furs IIlu"lIu .l I"rolol 7 holllll" ALBERT OPOLKA Mecri.
Testing . yackily yak . yackily yak . yackily . I;. t1\A "I 4. :'I"'II" I".111 1111,1011 DAVID HERMANSON Clrc. '
f (k -Til National: Otaener I..n.. \lflrlllolll\l I I 'I,I "I.". 1III' III< MRS. LOUISE DAUB. Office.
I" \\'lIIe? 4V I Irbh ,6ibf I". I i.
I uu.avpe Publi.hed I '::r'Ih acc.pt :::
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ri I. tin I'flur 1\1 4 Iln ring 4 t ltiuup and '
JII Ihic I 'en, 51 1 I "",,,11I,' rllIhm III J"II"'II tin Inc 'I"rJ n Avenue Publiahlni South. :
11 JJ 1.11I1I1l \J ",.rji," 5 t uhf 1t..1 ih lien alerr DIM. ".., HMO. Mail, address .
You Think I've Got Troubles laklr 11 1'111","i .dun.. III I'ikellkeluh ion IIJ7.T.I.phon.. Midway itlo\ for

11 l I\umb", ".p.rtmnle.5ubacriptl.n.
We have been polled by various The problem is that only 2 per- I I J f IS r, r l 1 J sd 1 IurAhll . .
RatatBy
people on behalf of various products cent thought their crew,
problems were II iJ J111., earner. or mail .,.
and politicians Lou Harris worse than other people's. There ? ? advance
JI f.11..lld On. Vaar ill Sir. Month
missed us, however, in his recent must be a lot of people with worse ;I. / I re .lh 1"1 1 uaufT Throe Months $1.75. .
survey of Americans on the question troubles than they think; or a lot J7 Huh I" ...d.t.1Z0 Mambar of Tha Auoolatad .
rd r// II r// // which la antitlad OMdut.voly to
: "Compared with most other who don't know how well of! they ,.:/' // .l14 ,hung.J uta for ,..publo.oIIOl.iI. . '
people you know about, do you feel art. \V> prefer a third alternative: / / II ii IJ 11 1j"'I" wall nawa aa llama..1A"/ prmtad rows In this, .. .
l enaktrrJ
you have worse problems, not as that some are growing in sym- Entered' at second clan
roc 11 l. H luuhilrirki ( tha Port Offica I at N a plea.
bad problems or about as tough pathy and others are diminishingin : 1lixuku: : undar Act of March ), IIS/.

problems aI other people" self-pity.! IJ 0 r. 11 Ja .JJ Luc The NEWS aiaumaa no "'
aibihty for tha return of ", .
It depends on what you mean by Of course the way things are to ilnraal.J .
or photofraphaTha
1 problems, and how far back in history today, each person's problems belong / JS J. jJf r ? / ?j J'9 wnc.Fdlhrr, ratatnt manuacr'pM NfcwS a,Hv for....typographical..... no ..,. .
I for "people in to everybody The II J>>"t fU 47 ron* .r on.,"an>"' n a0'..
a degree
you can go you [ t :jot" .H 11'uauurhi4e .......... but. If ,,<., t know about" to compare yours Harris poll is thoroughly contemporary 4S.' 4ulhi''lg fort bofora Ida next laiua of
4i .7 will/ raprlnl correctly "
with. But offhand we think the ma- when it suggests a twist on a 47 11 cR nlf p.a.r part of lbs odvartiaamont .In .
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jority was right: :35!:! percent answered once-familiar lament! "You think 4. r'//I.' 'ud4t trio time arror element occurred would In tha render
[//I t.1I '."t.Sl correction: "O'' .I.... The N I
I've should hear
troubles .
that their problem were got you J& I J i ..n ad will retf ice the price of tha .
r/ot 10 bad ai other pople'a. bout yours..Cb..ls." j t ; '\ ,I tf Ilaamam: parMntifa by an if amount the teal equal/ ::
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Golden Gate On Its Feet And Walking


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Ribbon.utUm and deII".tlon likened \<>sterri4\ atlan to the can Mt the ClU ol' (,0\01.1\ i. I"li- to 'mi*.' sill.. ) Pi,' rill I, nil,i a IIN "" ..
r- 'it-monies were held \ester- birth of hlld. Today the childIs MnY r.
J Gate child to ,
graduate< summa the Clti m i Gulden Gate 1'1'( | i d|
iUon the site ot the City of to walk. Tomorrow . "'.
beginning laude
rum tail Iteta '
i kappa' ol development to exya| t tGALC's t. M IaM1
Golden Gate, with Gulf Am'ul."an and the next day as the child sac
Land Corporation officials, grows, It will enter school, then Polly salrtt "Collier Count President reviewed (the M aht
county and stets officials, and I* on the verge of reatness," 'rwreYIr.Iaws
college, and soon be an adult. hlston o' the corporation and' its ,
others participating In the hll. So it will be \ Ith the City of Mid pointed to development. of development In Klorlda, and gota e.e1M
tory.making event. Golden Gftto." Golden Gale tstates as a big
round of applause when ht'rnni
Ir y About 250 Collier ljntloillS "II "'1 ""' "i t", I i 1'" Ihdanaloci' ( s+*r I" that dlrtrtlon. pared dtdlrallnn\ speeiliest,ni ,
is' and visitors were present for leiliei,! ML tximirtr "ColIl... I 1 t I ". I II I I," ,> " i .n in San I hi I.I i iImo. I., I
tin open house affair. after Wilkoi had 111.1.1 'loll I 111.1 Ii..-. L" I tot I in. I, ,
Speaker( at the noon time rere-
mom included Gulf American
President Leonard Rosen; Vice Thursday Jutv 16, I9l.l COLLIER: (01 M\ NEWS: 5
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t Presidents Jack Rosen and Ed '$
e Pa" till;; County Commission .__
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e ilrman Dewey Polls; State
1s R, Lorenzo Walker; and InC
lI Misr ijiolU, representing First Flor to
Ida Resource Corporation.GAle
We President Kenneth Schwartz
was the master of ceretronies.
The ceremonies were held at .
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the'tubhouseandtommunlt} enter .
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building. Tours were made of ,0
the main building two units of the -...-..- ._--.

Congress Inn and six model, COMMISSION: rll"lII.nt''l'l: Polly I (right).
homes that now dot the s ene
ii tli pi.ikiis tin event said "Collier
of the future Ity. Those resent niu at
Fn: PAC'HJ.ln imsident of Gulf American were treated to refreshments b) CutlnlI i I..n' tlit- \iiyi! ,'I'l "l'atlil'SI'o"
I and ( the hosts. f I+ - --- ---.-, ---
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IRA CAPEM.E representing\ hist Florida Resource Cuip.. builder of
the new units, wished I OAI.C ifficfali "the best of good luck in the
day ahead" Part of the ciowd present) at the ccienumtea is shown.

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Letters Pour In Dickinson Hospital In Nor. Washington's '' I l.ln..*n, ih* ..... ilor .....p,
thampton, the letters came In ,, .. /"
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by the bagful. Now that he li In !Monument t.J
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Wishing Kennedy New England Baptist Hospital to' ., ... .
they have slowed to 300 or 400 a FaceLiftingWASHINGTON JO.

day, press aide Edward Martin (AP). ItIO'! _" ,
Speedy RecoveryBOSTON estimates. Workmen are a little more than ljii i_
Ben, EdwardM. Martin says Kennedy reads half way through the Job of re. i ..i ji_... i i PineRiJqeJtTBMWQM
(AP}- "a surprising amount" of the pairing stonework In the Wash.
Kenned lie immobile In a mall, and so does his wife Joan. ington Monument, .-. I
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Boston hospital bed recovering Eventually! .they hope to an. The 555-foot shaft also Is "
from t broken \back and ponder. ewer or acknowledge all the let. scheduled to get a bath In Its SWIMMING POOL looked Inviting to spectators.The / Created by Collier Development Corp.
tog the question of a little Phi. tern and gifts.Kennedy's first major face-lifting In 30
lippine girl: "Could you please accident has affected years. J.J1 golf course borders on the left 110 Tamiami Trail Phone Ml 2.2131
pinch John-Jolm for me?" children all over the Working from a two.toot.wlde .
When he's finished with that, world, many who recall the as scaffolding, a 10-man crew from NAPIII, .lO.IDAo.
he can work on seven riddles a sasslnation of his late brother, the D. C. Taylor Co., Cedar Da. CML THE NEWS FOR KUBREK STAMPS t til TOUt LOCAL IIAIIOI
Lawrenceburg Ind., woman President John F. Kennedy. ----- --
plds, Iowa, is digging / of an -- - -
sent him on seven consecutive Some children enclose small inch into the old mortar and
day "to help you while sway contributions to the library then replacing this compound.
the tedious hours." planned as a memorial to the Work started In early May. jT
These are only two of the late president. Many adults The monument has remained
thousands of persons of all ages send the senator gifts which open for visitors.Carrying CHEVROLETmakes I
who have wished the young have great significance to them.
Massachusetts" Democrat I
quick recovery and a return of Loaded
his "Irish luck." I'reparatlonCochineal.
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DAVID LYON 16 I Jpw 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thurnday, July 16, 1964
MIAMI BEACH-A rally in the 'Fi ,

law rounds was not quite enough J

:.0 earn Chip Johnson of Naples

I victory over tall, rangy experienced u Avon Park's Legion Team T l
Tony Alongi In last /il ail f
night's heavyweight main eventat {'

Alongi Miami Beach was given Auditorium.the nod by a Whips Naples Again 7-2 ltvon I

,
the two ringside judges while .

the referee called It a draw.It l'4 k Walker reached base on an
7 Park's American Legion:
went into the books as a first- In the third Pedro singledto
baseball team made five error ,
split-decision loss for Johnson inning runs stand up for a 7-2 right and Hamilton beat out

who is getting tired of always : ? triumph over Naples yesterday a hit to shortstop loading the '
coming out on the short end of Pedro was caught In a
afternoon in the local club's final bases.
split decisions. Johnson and his home game of the season. rundown between second and

manager George DeBus man both Naples batters hit Avonpark'sStir Jilrd: however and Walker at-

said they thought Johnson had --- curve-bailer Leonard Sullivan :emptlng to score.was tagged out. I

boxed well enough to win. _ rather freely yesterday Mike Weeks singled leading off
n MOUTH OrE >
But Johnson earned the res- tI/-- ..... lit apparent surprise TornAlonjrl but Sullivan the
fourth
.he
but were not able to come closeto got I Il1et
ruffed the head Johnson's
gets on by Chip right
and
pect of boxing officials the look third :
fans by slugging it out with vet- NAPLES BOXER Chip Johnson connects with a left hand to the head hand at Miami Reach last night. Action came erasing the early lead piledup three batters to the at Avon
the
eran Alongi for the full 10 rounds. of Tcnv Alonvi (l light) during last night's( 10-round heavyweight bat. during! rally by Johnson in latter rounds that just by the visitors.On strikes. For game struck out nine 'I I

_ The Naples fighter didn't land tic at Miami Beach Auditorium. Alongi scored oftener than Johnsonand fell short of earning th Naples fighter a \'ictor)'. Friday at 8 p.m., Naples Park walked righthander
and nobody.
decision, will close out Its American Legion
split
often as his won a
as
punches opponent
season with a contest at Pedro Hamilton and Breeden I I
but when Johnson did con- each had two Naples hits. Avon
Wauchula. Rollle Rice
him for his fighting and Manager
knew he'd been hit. game
nect, Alongi unmarked after the many well-wishers flocked to the Baseball Impressed by a good six-inning Park totaled eight hits, Includingtwo

Johnson fight. Alongi was had a small cut dressing room after the bout to Finances Keeping Track 4f' relief stint by pitcher Tom Ham doubles and two triples. :

near his left eye.LOSSES. sympathize with Johnson and De- ilton against Avon Park named
Busman Hamilton his tentative starting

Alongi weighed In at 2011A Roundup hurler at Wauchula.The Home Town Boy j
CLOSE
All five of Johnson's pro box- pounds and boasted a 13-pound Stars Out Of OlympicsBOSTON ,By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS loss made Naples' record

defeats have been split ver- advantage over his opponent. By MIKE RATHET In Wednesday, Dean Chance of 3-8 for the season and Avon Defends Title
Ing Alongi also worked from a three- Associated Press Sports Writer Los Angeles getting his second Park with a 7-4 record had already -
dicts. His seven victories include Inch and his (AP-John Thomas ause I had taken so much time Whitey Ford of the New York straight in the nightcap as the assured Itself of one of

decisions.five knockouts Johnson and tried two long reach height kept advantage Johnson on the says Olympics he may in October.not make Harold the off moets.to' compete In various Yankees has pitched his sev. Angels swept Detroit 54 and the four spots In the Legion district In PGA Tourney I
easy enth shutout of the season. But 1.0. Elsewhere Dick Stuart hit later this month.
his hardest to Alongilast outside for most of the fight. Connolly says this Is definitelythe Connolly, who holds the world tournament
put away he allowed only three hlh.That' two three-run homers as Boston Ohio AP
hit In 10 COLUMBUS ( ) -
last Olympic try for him record for the hammer throw Naples got only one
but the Hollywood the White Sox
crushed the
night easy way. Chicago '
"The we play It now our
off Sulli- way ,
and his wife and Innings curve-balling
And who
Chlca. also
Olga. has qualified for '
fighter was able to fend off John For a real spectacular 11.2 and Kansas City took two championship Is Just another
go's latest gilt to track Tom the Olympics this van at Avon Park last month
Ford Has year with there's Jim 32.
son after being hit hard. Alongl's Whitey achievement Grant from Cleveland 5.3 and 'Swlnglnj Door Open'," snorted
O'Hara has withdrawn from the Thomas, said "It means a sac'< of the Minnesota Twins who but yesterday Naples touched mm
record is 33.2.1.Overeagerness. His 41st Shutout U.S. squad which will meet the rlflce but we are going all out pitched his first shutout of the By MURRAY CIIASS for nine hits. But the locals, one pro golfer
have cost "Listen the object of professional
may
Russians to win
July 25-26. this -and then
year re. were not able to score until the
Johnson a knockout victory. Seventh Of YearNEW Although there is no apparent tire." season. Associated Press Sports| Writer golf Is to make money-
He allowed 13 hits. sixth
Philadelphia, Gene Mau'hsaid inning. and this Is the to
only
Alongi 1 was staggered In at least connection between the three The financial responsibilities way
YORK (AP) Whitey Ford hurled the Yankees Into was having troubles with make It another.
different but when stories the three he and his says
two rounds top U.S. Olympic wife face Include a the American League lead
Ford was taking a deep drag of left-handers. BANG I And so the argument goes be.
Johnson to exploit the situation hopefuls all have the same .year old son, twins born last
sought
a glass of lied tea (honest) in Wednesday in a head.to.headbattle The Phillies had some more Lefthander Nick Pedro started hind the scenes at the Profes.j
by quickly moving In, the clubhouse when a covey of the complaint lack of-It.money, or rather, year and Mrs. Connolly's par. with Baltimore blanking Wednesday night. Jerry Lynch on the mound for Naples, slonal Golfers Association tour.

Alongi tied him up. And he writers caught up with him. Thomas the ents.Right the Orioles 2.0 while Joe PepU a southpaw swinger touted a and the visitors went right to narnent, which opened today at ,
world's best now both he and
may not have stayed low enough "Did you know you beat all Jumper until high Czechoslovaklan.born the tone took care of the runs witha three. run homer, powering work on him. Leadoff man Eddie the Columbus Country Club with j
with his De- ?" fel. replaced by Val. Olga, the two-run single In the second to 3.0 '
punches manager the Yankees In shutouts a Pittsburgh a victory over home town boy Jack Nicklaus ,
ery Brumel of Russia and still Olympic record holder In the Inning. Bates tripled to left-center but
Busman commented.Both low asked. "Guys like Red Ruf. Philadelphia defending Ms title
Pennock the best In the United States, discus, are working for the Rec. Pitching one of his strongest was caught In a rundown and tag-
Herb Lefty
known for ring, ,
fighters are aid Wednesday he reatlon First lace San Franrlscoalso Nicklaus Arnold Palmer and
Department In batters
You may not be Culver games of the year Ford pre. ged out. The next three
Allle Reynolds. red hot Lema
their hard punching but there Gomez able to go to the Olympics City Calif., in Jobs which lost 6.2 Tony are co.ta.lvoriles I
beat them all." In give vented the Orioles from getting Wednesday night, to singled to account for one run.' In the field of 163 which ,
were no knockdowns In the 10- Tokyo if he can't find a Job them enough money to get by surging Milwaukee keeping i
Whitey had Just thrown the a man beyond first base as he A throwing error brought In another will be cut to the low 90 after
round affair. They excited the which will allow him time off and allow them to keep in shape Philadelphia Just one be.
his record to low game
brought 1202.
41st shutout of his career, a and Ken Cook blasted a triple two rounds and to the low 601 I
crowd In about round i' for training.The for an Olympic effort. hind
Just every ered his earned
to
three.hlt 2.0 Job against Baltl. run average to deep center to chase in for the final 18 holes on Sunday.
with some heavy-hitting toe-to- former Boston University Dan Ferris, an emeritus offl. 1.98 and extended the Yankees Elsewhere In the NL, Cincinnati .
In heat Wednesday
more 90.plus The PGA is the last of the
two more Cook made It Big
toe exchanges. old performer warned that othersare clal of the Amateur Athletic winning streak to six games. edged Houston 2.1. Los An. runs.
afternoon The 33 year Four -which Includes the Mast
Judging from the crowd reaction pltcher.coach wasn't about to In the same boat. "Only Union, said O'Hara resigned Hours later Grant took the gales bombed St. Louis 134 and five by scoring on an infield out. ers and the U.S. and British
when the decisions were i: get too excited. those of us who are able to stickto from the U.S..Russla meet to mound for the Twins and start Chicago nipped New York 3.2. Hamilton relieved Pedro In the and
the
Opens despite
our training despite serious stay In Chicago where his fa. ed laboring. He gave up eight second Inning and held Avon Park money
announced persons thought The shutout was Ford'sseventh involved it is the least import.
many financial difficulties! will get to ther suffered a heart attack two hits in the first four innings hitless and runless until the fifth.
1
of the
had earned the The droppinghis ant of the four.
Johnson announcer complimented win. earned run average year to 1.92. Tokyo" he said. "I lost my Job weeks ago;, -11" where hi has three in the fourth but man Wants To Know If A double wild pitch and ground ,Some players would like to go
ring before taken <
the
Olympic tryouts be. a job; aged to keep the Washington ball resulted in a run. Dates back to the old head.and.head

Senators from scoring as he Milwaukee Braves doubled to left leading off the match play format that was used
wound up with a 6.0 victory. seventh and scored Avon 1958 in
Plan On Moving Park's up to : an effort to restorethe
Ford's three-hitter was the final run on Spencer Oberle's prestige of the tournament.But .
LAST SIZZLING WEEK!I FORD DEALER eighth In the AL this season and WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. single. It was also the only ma.
the 19th In the majors, but
Henry S. Beuss, D.Wis., wantsa Naples had baserunners in every Jor tournament that was a
Grant stepped to a plateau I
up formal meeting of National
I the fifth and steady money loser.
Inning
that hasn't been reached since except
League club owner caked to
"We couldn't It "
May 26, 19S9 when Lew Bur. determine whether the Mllwauki seventh. In the sixth Pedro PGA give away
says tournament directorJoe
dette of Milwaukee allowed Braves are planning to started Naples' two-run rally Black

:;: '-;::' Pittsburgh 13 hits before win. move to Atlanta or in sew he re.In with a single to short. Hamilton "Clubs didn't want It. You
wit ran ena nlng 1.0 in 13 innings.One a telegram Wednesday to was hit by a pitch and with couldn't
sell
war tickets, and you
Su'Z .==== other shutout was turned league President Warren Giles one out Cap Breeden) singled to couldn't sell It to television.

iam == Rcuss said unconfirmed news center driving in Pedro. Jimmy "Some years all the big names

::::: :: - Beach Club Men stories rumors and speculationabout Haynes followed with a single to would get knocked off the first
transfer of
= ::: the possible left-center scoring Hamilton thing. There went your draw.
In Blind Bogey the Braves after this season are but Haynes was thrown out try- ine cards. And on the last day
bound to 'undermine attend ing to get to second on the throwto you only had two players and
Seventeen golfers took part in ante and disrupt the 1964 teat- the infield only four the day before.There'sa
Wednesday's Beach Club Men's son" If allowed to continue, limit to the number of people
SPECIALS Golf Association blind bogey Giles who had written Reuss who can watch Just two players."So .
I Winners were L.F McCon. from his Cincinnati office that STRANDEDDon I don't think you'll even
nell, 80; Pete Lefferson Ben htt was confident the Braves Walker doubled to rightin see the PGA tournament go
Brlggs and Don Elferdink 78; were considering all: factors in the first Inning and took third back to match play.

Frank Grlswold 74; and Fondy the situation, said later he on a wild pitch with one out. "However the fellows them.
Adams O.L Stevens and Chip would reply today to the con lie was stranded. Hamilton led selves would love to have a

Brumfiel, 79. gressman's telegram off the second with a single and match play tournament on the
_ __
u Breeden schedule. It
also singled with one probably would takea
down. Sullivan retired the next big commercial sponsor to
Baseball
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L. pct G.B. W. L. Pet, C.B.
52 33 .598 New York 51 32 .622 -
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San Fran.
Baltimore 52 33 .612 Vj
49 34 .590 1
Philadelphia Chicago 50 34 .595 6Minnesota
'a4 Cincinnati 47 39 .547 4V4 4740 .140 81/> .

Pittsburgh 44 39 .530 6 Detroit 44 43 .506 gila 64 COME
a. Louis 44 42 .512 7V47V4 Los Angeles 43 47 .478 12

FORD HARDTOPI! Pocket a fat saving on one of our big Milwaukee 44 42 .512 Boston 42 46 .477 12
Los Angeles 42 43 .494 9 Cleveland 36 48 .429 16 r
Galaxie Intervals between scheduled
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Chicago 41 43 .488 9Vt
Kansas City 34 54 .336 20
service than In any other cars In Ford's class
Houston 39 49 .443 13Vi Washington 34 57 .374 21 Vi
New York 26 62 .295 261/4' Wednesday's Results

Chicago 3, New York 2 New York 2, Baltimore 0 LEANUp.S ?
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Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 2 Minnesota 6, Washington 0
Los Angeles 13, St. Louis 3 Kansas City 5.3. Cleveland 3.2
Cincinnati 2, Houston 1 Los Angeles 5.1. Detroit 4.0 / CARS
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i Venice. Front row, from left, GI >>Thornton, Florida Wants way',

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Robert Johnson, Fred Moss, Jerry Rose, Mike York City (t 4 p.m Tuesday, \ IONFR agriculture/ Po\le Conner (HirM) holds n biuf'

Matusiak. Carlos Alfonso. Steve Steele, assistant Ju11! for t briefing( by the Btu Iwr.mnn with 1",1111.1'1' I, )til J I': 1" 'illation I and 1U>< Milli oM I., :, it i

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Davis Don Lightner, and Roger Mann. will fly Air France and win Iitll 111'h'IWIII'I 01 hi It'I 1.1.1. i ;u i'u'iiluiiiilM t. 111.1. i hll; III' 'I'I I Iii I'
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contending it never got to far, In that \\' iiu'doi the
state Us cate, has asked the i. tours country of Honda iVpitiIntent ul "Atriirultun) s inspection
inc will ID Di\ ,
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alder a ruling day:, behind the Iron Curtain visiting - --- -- -- -
demanding reap
Puerto Rican ChallengesMcKinley's portlonment of the Legislature. with the operators of the Florida Turnpike at the Hollywood, and J.C Mi. i II!,' u.i, me Fit"l 101.. t ,
Atty. Gen James Kynes told collective farms, observing Arthur screen pointsKerelved \v.itKi .mrd in an JHM nil:
the court in a petition mailed fart itng methods first-hand and Settles Claim Due a repot I that In. tll roach and that "'iIi.I '
Wednesday ihat It destroyed meeting the people, Jones said COMIC from the turnpike was \\.111 I bo /1"111' to 11',infill i .1 i
Tennis Crown Florida's legislative ..ystem'without To Plan Changes running well ahead of fote The Pavilion spokiinon ild
consideration of a casts, totaling $1.1 million In Hut 20,000 persons visited n'
:I printed record, briefs of coun 'II., TALLAHASSEE (AP) The June alone. main exhibit hall Tuesday: , '
RIVER FOREST, HI. (AP- subdue .IXiIl.Ieeded Arthur or allowing the (state) the op. Florida Turnpike Authority set. This allowed more than $I that between 3r.,000 and "CIor Chuck McKinley's reign as king Ashe of Lynchburg, Va., 6-1, portunity to give oral argu. Big TurnoutFor lied today an $82,300 debt stem million to be put into HIP fund visited the overall Pavilion alto
of the amateur tennis players In G.... ment." minI from the decision to build for paying off the bonds Attending Wednesday's' meet.
the United States Is being serl. Dennis Ralston, seeded No. 2 Kynes said the petition| would I the toll road only to Wlldwood Inc with Bryant were WendellJjnuiit
ously challenged by a 20year. will meet Mike Belkln, a Miami 1 give the court opportunity to rather than Jacksonville chairman oi( the Hoi"
old upstart from Puerto Rico. Beach student' Who Is this counttry' take a second look at Its land Cruise It agreed to pay the money to Ur>'ant Hack From Ida Development tomlll': ,lon
The challenger-brash, young 23rd best player. mark decision that both houses the Jackson v 111 e engineeringfirm awl William Mi'imuaai.. IPXt>C'I.
Charles Pasarell enjoys the Four of DalMlorlnn for work Trip To New York
women's quarterfinals of a state legislature must be l tlve vice pii'slJont of the FlorIda ,
privilege of never having lost to will be played, with defending based as nearly as practicable WARREN STEVENSON performed years ago when the WoilJ's' Fair Authority .
King Charles, Davis Cup star champion Nancy Richey of Dallas on population Club DinnerMembers road still was projected the TALLAHASSEE; (AP) OovFarrls .
and No. 1 ranked U.S. men's playing Jean Danllovlch, a "To deprive the non urban Stevenson Wins length of the state Bryant Is back in F'lor.
performer. 17-year.old from Jackson, Calif. areas of the state of a The authority appointed by Ida today alter a hurried I trip
Pasarell led seven survivorsInto Peaches Bankowlcz, the IS.yearold able effective voice in the reason. Senior Service of the Naples Cruise Cov Farrls Bryant In 1901 to New York to confer with Bryant Plans
the quarter-ftnal round of Hamtramck, Mich., Isl.ture will result In leg. Club held their monthly dinner shortened the proposed road to Woild's Fair officials on how toot
the 54th annual National Clay sensation, meets palsy Rlppy plate destruction of the balance a com. Award At FloridaWarren meeting Tuesday night at the Wildwood and cancelled the pre. more people and mor Lecture Series
Court Tennis Championships of Shawnee, Oleta. or roe state's various Interests restaurant of the Tahitian Cove llmlnary work of several en. mousy-Into the Florida pavtl. On (Government!
Wednesday. In the W. Stevenson, former Inn with membersand glneerlng firms.DalUHortun ,
doubles, Stephanie DeFlna. petition said. Congress 108 IonA
Pasarell showed his stuff by Florida's ly of Naples, was the recipientof said It had 6ient|, sn>kei nian for the pavilion TAI Ll.AJlASW1't ; ,, \ -
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guests present.
rallying from an almost Insurmountable the Senior Service Award of $125,000 or more on the work denied rumors tho exhibit Is Ina h.mls Bnunl Mil I.I ItlllH I II"1/ '
gel, Dayton, Ohio defeated Supreme Court only on a Juris. Commodore Bill Drumheller
deficit to capture the dlctional the University of Florida Student for the state but agreed! to sot financial pinch Bryant said, fllll III .I |I'I I "w,1
first set from Chile's tough Joyce and Davepoti, Philadelphia, Issued question, but the court Chapter of the American Societyof points out that more than half of tie its claim for $81, 00. however, that tho Male needed! aimed jA luti'ii,stun,. II.
Patrick Rodriguez, 108. Pasa. 61. Alice Tym, Peoria, DI., 8.3, present a apportionment ruling declaring the Civil Engineers for the spring the membership of the organization In other action at its monthly more time to pay oft Its$710,000 stale fiivpiniui, 'lit,
rell had trailed 8.2. tutional. unconstl. trimester, it has been announced. Is out of town on vacation meeting, the authority worth of construction Mill Tliw nuidni: ati 'tic I .,10'' I
Pasarell won the second set, Kynes said the This award Istssuedbythestu. and expressed himself ts pleated .Told Miami developers Dan. Dryanl said the pavilion U 'tiles\ of tin it Hispmwnrwl If"" I ,',
8.2, thus qualifying to meet even though the ruling came dents each regular trimester In with the turnout. He attributed lei and Bernard Lift el r that ac. not bankrupt, and has been op. bv' tinClinmbtr it ''II' 1.1
McKinley In one of the two Cold Cuts Top read (I* court had not recognition of outstanding ser It, in part, to I cruiseto cess ramps to the turnpike, crating in the black since it of ("nimnfwiilrulk I' I',
quarterfinals: elated for Friday. any arguments case records pr beard vice to them, to the chapter, and Jamilca'pUrihbd' by the club would be provided for the Lit. opened, ..... --. _. -
When the curtain raises for and "even to the society."That for November telr's proposed shopping center Bryant said nit hiepllng wlh'Fair "
though It 28.
today's action, an International Attractions AtNation's determine was In no position to this award should nut be near Golden Gljiloi interchange officials was cordial and Flying | gird (mi;
flavor will lend itself to the whether there were regarded lightly Is emphasized ; Following the dinner In the U no hazards or crowded drlv that Fair President' Robert Mo. I tree to tree'lining a partiliutj,
men's quarter-finals. characteristics and factual situ by the requirement that the reel. main dining room the business ing conditions would rusult not "pledged. the full support ,,this like i'xrMiiMon of km "II> H<
ations
Abe Segal, a 33.yeir.old Jo. StoresBy In the Florida case- whirh n cient also must maintain a sound meeting and program were held -Awarded a $71,917 contract stiff III improving traffic flankt aciordiiiK to ti: >. ilp.u >
hannesburg women's coat de. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS vlously distinguish it from" cases pre;1, academic average," William J In the notePf tudltorlum. Mr. to the Overland Construction flow to the Florida pavilion." >'du Itritinnioi
derided
signer, will face Marty Rlessen, Cold cuts, cookout fare and "Justice Grant ham, Jr. faculty adviser, and Mrs. Charles Folkerts of Co of West Palm Bunch to ex* r
another Davis Cup member sandwich meats are top attrac. five million dictates Floridians that these 1 said In commenting on the award. the Naples Travel Agency discussed pand the toll collection plazas Thur.d.y. July 1 U, 1961 ('()IrIF-IC C'OIN1: \ M WS
from Evanston, 111. tlons at the nation's groceriesthis titled to a hearing are en. Stevenson's name has now been the proposed cruise, -. f .
Segal showed off his wicked weekend .* housewives this cause In on this the meritsof recorded on a shield of honor terming It one of the f finest offer I +
southpaw serve Wednesday to seek out cool kjifwers to hot. Kynes said court preserved by the chapter so that ed. Further Information on the

weather eaUoc.Frankfurt.rs. He said that the three his accomplishments may serve cruise can be obtained tt the
Salami, baloneyand man as a challenge to those who will
federal dlstrld travel Unusual
court at agency investment
Miami
many other such meats are come alter him, Granlham said. opportunity
Add Don Budge featured widely.Smoked would get jurisdiction of the Stevenson Is a graduate of Naples Angel lluertt,sties representative

Name To Tennis pork shoulders, at JS case Friday, and that the petl. High School with the class of the Eastern steamship
tion for
reconsideration would of 1960 wife for. lines showed a movie of cruise
cents a pound In the New York as was his the
Hall Of FameNEW area outlets of one national not delay this.Harry mer Louisa Brack He will be to Jamaica, Ocho Rioa,and I IIlbl.
chain, and hams especially graduated from the universitythis He termed the trip it one of
YORK. (AP) Don canned hams this month are month, having completed a the best seven day cruises offered
Budge, for almost a quarter of among cool-eatln.2 Items. ClouserIn five year course In four years. and described the Ariadne,
a century the only man to com. For those who to the
escape the ship chosen for the Journey.
plete amateur tennis' Grand AshevilleHarry
outdoors, one national chain tea He further( sought to tt rest _
put
Slam, heads a list of five '
play. -
en and an administrator who tures and spareribs fryers at at 29 99 cents a pound Clouser of Naples, representative Kings Off For fears some of the members had '-- -. r

are the latest of Metropolitan Life about visiting Haiti, explainingthat
additions to the (
Beef steaks and roast 0010tlnue 4
National Lawn Tennis Hall of economical Insurance Company, Is In Ashe Insurance Meet the company hid not put Haiti !4'

Fame. At fresh-yegetible counters ville, N.C., today for I business back on lit schedule until things
At Port 0' Call
Budge. alone with Alice Mar. the selection continues to broad. conference with officials of the had settled down to normal there.
ble, George M. Lott, Sidney B. 'D. company at the Grove Park Inn Leonard I!, King of the King He further explained that 1 tender
Wood and Frank Shields til Qeserally'' impi in supply are Hotel. ,Insurance Agency, and Mrs. King U not necessary to get r from
top players from the 1930s snap beans, broccoli: cabbage: Clouser who lives at 1262 lith left this morning to attend the or. ship to shore on the Ariadne,
and George Townsend Adee" carrots, sweet corn, cucumbers, Court, had an exceptional sates canlzatlonalmeetlnrolth.execu. as It can get Into ill ports scheduled -
president of the USLTA from radishes, endive and escarole, and service record last year and tlve committee of the Florida .
1918 through 1919, will be In. green onions, parsley, lettuce, U the Association of Insurance Agentsat
ducted Into the hall during the squash and onions.Fresh.drult among of top-ranking members Port 0' CM on Tierra Verde Members who are planning/ on Fully equipped 1964 Imperials
week of the Newport Invitational, offerings Include Metropolitan's staff of near St Petersburg making the trip were remindedof
10.1J. 30,000 field representatives in the necessity of having i certificate -
Aug.
nectarines, lime, oranges, sea King is a director and member I
Budge, who swept the world's termelons, b a e s n a., cantaloupes the United ..tare, and Canada, of (he executive committee of Ute of >small pox vaccination
four major singles titles, Wlm- cherries and lemons, the company in eu ''cede Florida Association of Insurance Commodore Drumheller urged
bledon, Forest Hills and the with plums It neat.record bun. Agents; vice chairman of the tit desiring to tike the cruise
French and Australian champion. dance. Peach supplies are oft claims service and membership to get their reservations In early .
ships, and the others were elected somewhat. r committees, and a member the ts 76 rooms have been reserved .-

Tuesday. committees on agency management for the group and It will tDAA
Budge's sweep In 1938 stood advertising and convention ..
be make additional
alone as one of the great Jeffres sites: necessary to =--
reservations if the need exceeds ; : ... .
of the sport untilit
achievements While King U attending the var.ilns .
was duplicated by Australia'sRod Mri. Margaret Jeffres, 60, I committee meetings, Mrs that --. f -I a.'J
Laver In 19C2. died early this morning at her King will enjoy a special pro. Today was set as a work day I. .' .
home on the Beach Road, near grain ranged for wives. of com in the building at Lint Marco l .
Bonitt Springs She had been nrlttee members PUS Members of the club will - ..

DiVincenzo'VinsFrench a resident of the area for about meet tt Bo'clockStturdiymorn- .

Open Meet six yam a State Senators Ing July 18 for a grouper fishing -
Funeral party ti Gordon Pus.
arrangements are
CHANTILLY, France (AP- pending at the Richard A. Pitt- To Caucus Friday

Roberto De Vlncenzo of Argen. man Funeral Honk, awaiting ir- { 1 '.1 LAHASSEE (AP>- ena.
tina, dropped in a lU-lnrh putton rival of relatives from California. ton ,,1 senate-hopeftds will Tax Collections Now for remarkable year-end
the fifth extra hole and meet i,. elwachte Springs priced savings.
claimed his third French Often -.. Friday In. rk.play session to Nearly $1 Million
golf title Wednesday. LwM designate officers for the 1W
De Vlncenzo, who had a one DEATHS Senate Over Predictions
in while these attractive offers
stroke lead going into the 1$. Senate President Wilson Car. TALLAHASSEE: (AP) The Stop soon -
HOLLYWOOD AP
hole sched. (( )-Uyles
the
final, finished a'Nay of Tallahassee said nor. late
ment

Beverage Depart
uled 72 holts in a tie with South Connolly, tt, motion picture mally the senators caucus dur
said today it closed its books

with African'a 12.under.par Coble Lagrange 272. each writer author,,Monica associate died Wednesday producer In and a the Ing the University homecoming weekend Florid.at for a record the 194J.M tax: collection fiscal year of $120 with. last. \Wide selection of models and colors. All

De Vlncenzo, who had won Santa hospital. Connol. Homecoming this year Is Oct. 697,1 13.
this 19SO ly, a Aatlvt of Boston, was 17
and
tourney in 1J50 .
The collection which
and Lagrange Immediately went known for screen credits In Tile ',ante was made, he represented .
alcoholic bever.a.
taxes with
" on assist and
into a suddanodlltll playoff and "Mr. Blue'., Head"1'11.and Bump"Three onBrannlga Raid, after Sen James (Nick) ... and cigarettes, exceeded equipped every important power
each had birdie fours on the Ventured." < 'nnoi of B rook IV1Ue, near predictions by almost ft mil
easy, par.flve first kele. They Whe Weekivaehee Springs in Her lien Director Richard Keatingsaid.
each parred the next three. OWCNSBORO, Ky. (AP)- nando County, Invited the sen. ,
All
Walter John Peterson II driving luxury. priced to Fast !
pro. -- ---- are move.
Phil Rodgers, La Jolla, Calif., lessor ef economic and political I ITS A STRIKE Th ators and Senate hopefuls and Collections for the previous
who led after the first round ewhat their wives to a social father year totaled $89,6(9,540.!
enlace at Brtscu College In < the ,111)
designers ia
and was only one back after J$ Ing. Keating said the increase resulted .
boles, ballooned te a 71 In the Oweasbere.( was found dead in I Ihis be the stylish bow linn cu* Connor has said he held from tax Increases or. WOOD
morning and had a 73 for 214 home Wednesday apparent. I Ily fume on the moon I' met}' enough committments from senators dered by the 1963 Legislature. CHRYSLER ,
the victim of a heart attack. Anderson models fui out
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total, finishing far back. Guy to guarantee his being
WoUUnnolme of Britain, Angel Peterson, a native of Ccecnoslo. i t n i e m b i eat the 'International named president of the 19t3 PLYMOUTH Inc.
Miguel of Spain and Tony Grubb yaks served In the Polish I Bowling Fashions I Senate. Minnesota with 300 million ,
of Britain tied for third place at treasury department from 1927 !Show in New York MR s Carraway said most of the population. led the US In
277, five strokes back of the until the beginning of World ]holding a transparent b:>wl I, senators hoped no special .... production of creamery but. 2600 N. Ttmltmi Trail Naples' {I" '
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dow gives out suckers to youngsters who accompany an r: 1t ',,:' _
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I I trouble with the sucker slick lie just spits it out while what they call Betsy Palmer, who was so named by a bring peace to the troubled Congo. Hope of relativelysmooth EMPHASIS'.NtnaK.I , SI+ I'' II .a \\.r.
chomping on the sweet. New York candy firm. (She does have taffy troubles.) transition to complete government. has been mitr of tht Soviet Ui IA in < JI as I sw., I II'eI'.., I
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legendary Indian Immortal. I i. ..r the Goldwater, for President campaign. From hit tu fight K' ( lifton White.
ized by I Henry Wadsworth t M"> "i. ,r ,n i i"! ..n\ field activities :Mrs Emery Johnson dire, tor m women 1 ....tl\ itic- Vein/ I I
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the fashionable womanin (ViM Telry' I Man, s rmtnl.11 t' 11I1.'.
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soft patterns. The dress, AN EARFl'L Got William\ W Si i.inton has been tr> i I THE: CREST: i 0.1 able tan which n.aneuvei. accenting femininity, wasfesimed the ear of even Convention r1l'1C'I>:.II> m San Fran lc>!(d\\r l ,I i,, .II. ms .> .. .\ > owd 'II< Scranton supporters w1" filled tl a
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The windows and front roun tung.But Cub.i's big state i riiI'il "

ten of Haxana bookshop are 'ng house. lists Its, mo I i iMoks ,'1 II

filled with the works of Mark, ast Tales oi EC \ ,

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Gray Market priu," : i s I

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$14,000 for a well i ii I iii ,)

To BulkheadAt cVilck. .\ set of four l Iii I l:; :-= II'. ww-- - - - - I

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The oil ui'isp 111,1,i gjs" Announcements 13.Help Want Female I I 48-Apti. For Rent

dripped 01 tin, str".<'t < i hI ti., f.-, ..ek b..
Wailr et .rl.d Tradewlnd Apartment
Big Marco motors of i z.islilzig.) fuming ,lid I PI \ZA BEAUTY SALON .nd 10. '50 Must b. tI ".. MI ,

British Amen ',in. Hung.nun lass C: T....,..., Tra i .5 1212 "II.lf Lov.ly Apt I bedrm Furs
& I .., teach 4 Yearly
thopping
. and Czech buses have deposltel'a M'd.3BoatsMoton' ...y Ht" cr I' monthly' 21041 l/Zltf

.\ppllcation has been made tc I' thick film of gre.ase. on mam 14-Help Wanted MaU Efficiency W.lklor/ Month

the Department of the Army by) thoroughfares. At time road. Acces. l Iv MI IMP "IUf

Robert ?1.Carrier.Jr..coTrlCounty -S scrapers are used to remove the Rough Carpantert wanted A,.

Ire. P.O, ply its (pr'ngline, Drive Na. APT FOR RENT
Engineering, : greasy la\r which Is dlnrtr. BOAT FOR SALE
1II W-; ;i\"';:' ....'\ ....-;; :;:., 1*, Lymifl runabout InS hpGray pIM Fla _________ Nice I badroom Apt Unfurnithad
Box 301, :Naples, for a perml I: ousl) slipper \\'hell'I't.. with ttove 4 ,.1". Carport
will' atTrafiwayt
inboard tivt b.'t evening'
R K FOR THE FUTURE Laborrstt "" tl1, gr.n.tt cl I ,Hi long the to construct a bulkhead and to Night life Is still a live in IM .BUM 1800 00 ... Oaks Tur. Ratpontblt Bet:man*tal,on, Phone cited, ttoreroom near beach Centrally|7t 00 parmonth le
1'-- vana. The cabarets are neail\ ".r MI lll!) /IIII\ ll9 i tI
rivtr in the Alwan H'gh Dam area Th, dan w,11, erul' ) 314.01,10"11 Lake Natter dredge and fill In Big Marco empt during the week but on MI MALE HELP WANTEDLife Fuller, year Realtor round MI 2 Randolph 2540.

.. waters will provd y.r.ro."d ,rr'o.Io" arid Jow, for Egypt'. ,"dultr'"ulo", River southerly shore at ap- Saturiku Business t Cove Lundry7Spot / '"If
plicant's property on the north nights many are Oppa.
I'O MO 1100
end of Marco Island In Collier packed The biggest most col. Fart, I bdrm solo. Eflicienciet .
orful show In town Is at the Life, Guard yaar around work TV Air Cend MS 4th

County. famed Tropic-ana. There's no Good BUSINESS going but OPPORTUNITY,.... for tale city b.noIits Apply f N.t''Ito Roc Ave to MI 24>I2. .1111

1-- ; It is proposed to construe: Scotch oi brandy but plent' of C.I.n", Lunch Truck Mutt ,00tiao D.pl Ml U r/l If Furnthed, I bedroom spiel.
a bulkhead inclose tall),. Call MI 2 1JI er MI 2,?MF ....nl Huge living room k'c"
to an area
Chamber Warns Of Directory Schemes rum. Deer Is served only with 5/" V13Help Pirol Clo ,10..1 m.I.1 m.chon.IC tn end b.,,, Ml 1 Seth 1 IllS tITb,5,00m
roughly triangular in shape. The meals.. with eo.'c'.1 .ndrol'' ,.,",,01'0 .tiivC5

northerly side of the area would Pasted on a time cloak In the Want. Female d."t'.1 tienad' ..p.Air"."Corp', Co.I.et 110 Co.10th apt ass?No.r pats MI 1 o.n..chldrIl. 4/1 MII

be 380 feet long. the southerlyside !;National Agrarian Reform Institute treat North, Njpltt, Fla.
Chamberof for list of the listing FEMALE HELP WANTED '/ $."
The Greater Naples Ing business men to pay a renewal company's
Is lipping It
would be 82 feet long. the i newspaper Crayton Cove LaundryStnlor /
Commerce today warned of an ings they didn't order and don't or advertisement In the local easterly side would be about Is the story of two men who pi"o. Beauty Operator to manage 15-Sile WantedCar 49-Houses For Rent

I upsurge In directory promotions want. telephone directory or other established 360 feet long and the southwesterly tected each other whenever.. tun. Beauty to Shoo Good spoor:. Help ru"NI5HtO HOUSE
ty right Midway )
invoice-like solicitation Business Ethics Divisionof k late the perton I bedroom furnished Ettt N..
using The directory. one arrived for WOI 27ua, J1I4.11
side would be 468 feet Ei: plea. Fla, Fine locatii. NICe
tiletman 2140
induce the Chamber said these direc- In the Chamber said other would punch his time card age .
forms to busy,unsuspect- reality, long. It is also proposed to parlence hlplul but not attant "ord Cltw.I.r. M' .J7J6.PlI
tory schemes are aimed parti- the forms are solicitations for at the proper| hour. The trick PUBLIC NOTICE ,al. II.., the moot popular car 3I
in about 160
dredge an area was discovered. Doth were sen. on the marktt Encallant pay 1 bedroom furn houta. Oncanal
cularly at company employees purchasing listings or advertising feet by 425 feet In size Immediately tcale U.. of company carHotptalution with, accatt te Gulf Ml
Hear Miami Plea responsible for approving Invoices in directories that tenced to one year In prison. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINQ inturanca Vies I OH 7Il.It
space north of the proposedfill If t worker quits his job ht Is Notice' I I. hereby given' by its City ten' with, pay Ita Stan Shuart
for payment and are designed may or may not exist. He noted Council City I ol Evergtadat Florida, ..1.. m.n..r 'Ingram Ch.v I bd..... f..rnllh" or anlur.siShd .
area and In an area about not allowed to take another Job that a Public Hearing will, i be held mint' I/I4U 10010. wIh carport onprl

For Passenger to create the impression that that some directory promotions 35 feet wide and 468 feet long for a period of one year. .t 7. SO P M on Wadnatday, July Round A Square garden tlontt. loll vaM.nIaI., Call And.ron.
22, 1964 at the CI14.11', oltidtrmg 2 Oll IJI.tI
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the solicitation forms represent have failed to publish a direc- the Strikes are considered conn ,. All met. 4 colon, Can b. .
immediately adjacent to Ew.rlad.u for 110. purpose of no
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bought parita er patio de' b.dOo" h",, furihnd
other small
tory. cases paper revolutionary crimes. ThereIs tht adoption 01 a pro and Phone for
southwesterly side of the fill gned: inttallad 7.\1
Service On FEC which did poeed ordmence creating a new C.II MI 7'YfN
booklets were issued area. The dredging would be to no overtime pay, but plenty of tonne clettilicatlon' RV Single lr. .otim.tt' olfice ITONECRAFTINDUSTRIES MI 22ltl
AP The Fictitious Name not measure up to what was ex- demand for "voluntary' hours C.miFy,' / D.I.ehed V.collon 140m., 50
JACKSONVILLE ( ) a maximum depth of 20 feet below A copy ol the taid, propo..d ordm or, tOo Ml POttS 1/25.101 -Rooms For Rent

city of Miami's attempt| to force pected. mean sea level. The dred- on the job. 50 may b.nn.a City 14.11 dur Room lur Workin"Trm7eMrt
the Florida East Coast Railway According to the National Bet The long tines of tired |heolile| ma gular ollice hourtrtont .p..I.ne.d Car ..1......". ..1..I.ry Preston Tuttle. ill 10th
service Use Denied In with which ged material would be placed seen standing In the streets. are All I rmt or corporation plus Commission for quill.f.d Ave louth Naples, Fie, .
to resume passenger ter Business Bureau shoreward of the bulk- m.y prOtnl themttlvt and b. : man AppI In arson, 7/14051
goes before the Florida Public the Chamber Is affiliated through proposed usually waiting to buy rationed nearoPlaate. GUl.F COASt MOTORS
head. govern yourtalf accordingly' Ills SIt Av. South
Utilities Commission today. Rogero Tax Suit membership literally thousandsof goods perhaps their four eggs ATTEST., 7114&t M-Trade or Sell
The Jacksonville-Miami rail. Application plans of this work monthly, or one of the pairs of B B GIDEON,
business directories are published
road has not hauled passengerssince TAMPA (AP) Witnesses of them may be seen at the office of the shoes they are allowed annuallyone July I, I. 1 12 Cltv, IS Clerk U, 1964 IllS Will trade equity m Lakt Purl

11 nono|>eratinff unions testified that "C, H. Roe" was annually many District Engineer, Corps of Engineers dress pair, one tennis and 23-Muc. For SaleMOVING ty houte Call lor MI land 247.m l CI.r/ COUll.1911
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
well-established reputable
strut'k It on Jan. 23, I!lG3. not a fictitious name designedto by 575 Riverside Avenue, one work pair. Notice I I. hereby given' by the City, TNAUL fOR LOT t.r.. f

Freight servi,'e resumed I a few help Al Rogero evade income firms. Jacksonville, and at the office of III a former capitalist five.and.ten.'ent Council,' of the Cily' ol Evergladat, FOR SALE bedroom 2 bath home priced
Trade Commission Florida that a public hearing' will' 4 bor .1001. et II I,500. Mortgage payment
days after the strike began. taxes but a convenience for In. The Federal the Area Engineer, Corps of Engineers store, a long line of b. h.ld at T:45 PM. Wednatday 3 .,IaaI 1)7 ptr mo Want City' lot

The city of St. Augustine\ teroffice memos. and the Post Office Depart Clew Iston. women formed to buy tooth. July 22. 1964 at abs City/ Hall City I I! Small sls.hO: : table cunchet CARIBBEAN I REALTY, J'SO N
the ralll'OJcl.has H 11. Ham Baskin Jr. have curbed some of the deceptive brushes ol Evergladee for the purpote of Trail Ml 2.IU,
headquarters of ( ) a ment It is not proposed to hold a conilderlng' requett a for toning or I chairs 4/21 thttf56Bldgs.
Joined Miami In asking the Clearwater attorney told federal directory promotions The Swiss ambassador Emil rejonlng' the following detcribad
public hearing on this application. Into cI... R V. Family .
t EC to 'ar- court that the Anton Stadelhofer has a 1004Oldsmoblle property Single
state to require the < Wednesday noted NBBB but many others sub- Detached VcoIon, Home, 26PenonalALCOHOLICS o Warehouses
ry passengers. The titles con. name was a shortened versionof continue to flourish largely because Anyone desiring to for his embassy Thou portion 01 Treclt J 4 K
mit a based on the lying south ol the Barren River ANONYMOUS.
under Rogero Daskln and Baskln'llormer protest pro Whenever his chauffeur parks ]
tend this Is a requisite business and their 0 Tract Warehouse Available' .
men Tract p. and Tract Q: Mm or women with drinkingproblamt 40 ?0f
Florida law.Edward law partner, Chester. B. who handle invoices position that the proposed work the tar Is surrounded by admirer City ol Everglade: !, et par plat Aik fo, help by call re proof end Hurricane proof
Ball chairman of the McMullen Jr. employees would unreasonably interfere There Is scarcely a U.S. recorded I In Plat Book I, PagatII in| MI (41SI Vitilort cordially/ Norbak Corp Box US' Niplat
investigation 4 14. Collier County Fltcordt, Fie. Ml 14141IU.w.1I!
fall to make even a cursory welcomed M....... In Firil
board of FEC, has said passen. The government has chargedthat with public navigation or would model later than 1959 or 1960 In proparty being: within dl known Bapliit Church Anne en Ith

ger service has not been re. Rogero used the fictitious as to whether any unfavorably affect the navigable Cuba. at the Airport Tract, of Ever SI at Mh Ave every Toot end 57 Houses For Sale

sumed because attempts. have name to help avoid $107,000 In one ordered a directory from capacity of the said waterway Havana resturant prices are Al fladatpartont. firms er eorporatlo hi night el I III P M -

been made to derail and dam. taxes during 1956, 1957 and 1958 the specific company whose name should submit such protest In expensive-the pea...l* pegged{ m.y hardPlaata.pr..nt th.m..ls.s end b' .

.age the strlke.hound line. when hf was a state road board appears on the solicitation form. writing in sufficient detail to at par with the dollar. Prices In govern youritlvtt according. 33-Services Offered Twelve Mountain Acre Home North. Two Carolina ItoryBarn
commission member. The Chamber said the NBBB the ZaniKOza.ua one of llavj. ly,
The utilities admit of a clear understandingof ATTEST.B : Two tlery/ fruit teller:
turned to the FEC case after Baskln said "It was common recommends that business men na' best fruit cup $1)) shrimp\ S. GIDEON: AttertMl Fruit treet; Abund

three of testimony knowledge. around the' office who the reason therefor. Protestsor cocktail $2.50; consomme $1.23: City Cl.rkJuly SEA WALLSCONCRETE ..t, Spring. Water. Eiquitile."
days .
hearing and their Invoice-paying employees S. I. n it U Ht4 by spokesmen for five truck the C. H. Roe group was" He comments regarding the application potato omelette $3; chicken\ and WOOD ROCK land North Ca,elm., 1I4n

lines In another matter. said the "C" stood for the first each under consideration rice $5: fried chicken $5; ham. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Foundation Piles 5rcooi.lpdrpgai OE"'CftN *
Initial of Chester McMullen Jr. 1. Read in Its entirety should be submitted to the District burger steak $4 rabbit $5 pud. TO 100' of white tend beech
Ryder Tru<'k Lines Central invoice solicitation for direc ; : rSTABtlSH BULKHEAD LINE Docks-Mooring Whips I bdrm 2 bath garage CBS
Trui Lines Tamtam Freight the "11" for his own nickname, or Engineer Corps of Engineers ding or custard desserts $1. NOTICE! It hereby given that on with tcraened in pool end patio
listings received. Augutt 2!. tWO .t 11:00: IAQEN Automatic drydachoABBOTT lull reduced to |3I.MO unturnitliad '
ways, M and R Transportation Hain, and Roe for letters from tory P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville Most people eat lunches In the o Tuetday clock AM in the Committlonert This It a wondirlnl buyIn

Co. ami Overseas Trtnsporta Rogero's last name 2. Find out whether anyoneIn 1, in time to be receivedon "popular restaurants" where N.dIooa I the County Courthoutenf e tctrce Item May we thow

tlon Co. Join in asking lower Baskln said "Roe" was just a the company ordered or authorized before 12. they \line up by hundreds and FaRt NapI.n. "o"d.. the lIoor' Radio Road ou Ih.. property/ today CAIBBEAN .
or August County C mmiooianor. ''n .nd for REALTY JIM N.
rates on certain commodities name used In conversation and a listing In the direc- --_.- for 50 cents eat whatever Is Coll,.. Count, Florid. will, hold lanai un H4H Trail Ml HIM 4/1thitf
he wasn't sure whether It was in - served on metal trays. Public Haarlnl en the application .
question.
between Jacksonville and Orlando tory of Marce island' Development Cor, A 4 A Palnllng Company, Qen WATERFRONT HOME I bed
Lakeland, Fort Myeis spelled "Roe" or "Ro." :5.; Secure full Informationabout Stalled cars and truck are a "" ..t"n to .o.bhit, Silbh..dLine aral Painting 4 Rapalrt" Spa .00..... I bath, Florida room,
McMullen. was asked who was Think common sight The U.S. trade along the North ahore of Marce ei.l eummer ratat. Ml t Mil garage. Located on teewalledcanal
and Everglades. the reliability\ of any com Economy bland from tha Southaettorlv Corner S/If.It Cleen l end well I cered for
The commission will decide the "C H. Roe" that received a publishing a new directoryIn ban ha* eliminated the supply of nf the Town nf Marco In Sartlnn' I, Priced et IIISOO. Owner .".'
$16,000 payment III r e 11 e d pany spore parts. Town>hin' 02 South Range 21 Flit, lout to tell, CARIBBEAN'
later on the petition for lower p be under flu you need your house .
which a listing may Will Survive I* the Mouth of John Steven* freak REALTY, I/JO N Trail MI
rates. "Mr. Al Rogero. consideration before remitting on The weekly Iberia Airlines In the touthweit Querler (SWHI painted or any type of fur. HIM 'lIth..1I
flight to Madrid has a waiting nf Her*'nn 10 Townthla 12 Sn-ith
Invoice-like solicitation Rang* tl Ent Collier,, County ,I..r. niture ? Call Marco Mid. Bedroam I balh Iii Itt Ava
any TalkNEW list of persons ready to leave Id.. A map of the propoted Bulk North Mutt tall look endmeke
form. Campaign Cuba. They could rill every night hand Line, containing. a more dull way 26R2f714.3t\ oiler week end er after
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n i t* 'anrninton, it en file, In the 'p. 7/leH
_Personal for the next year and a halt oll.o, ol the County F n.in..ral, T'I. and I.rr.u 0 lloor ...eao.litionins .
AP) .. .
YORK ( the County Courthoute. Eatt Naplet by .TONrCHA'T IN. Completely .nl.h. waterfront
Farmers political references' aren't Florid, .nd tame may b. 'Impeded. OUSTRI, Machine 00robwaoolrippln5 CIS. Home. Acceit Id
Dairy most businessmen's bv ell Intaretted partial et anytime roo.a I and polish r... gulf Neverto. cycle/ air condl.ionios. :
changing d.uri000Sau. lap ollica' bourn 'd.nl.1 and commercial' Office, Organ' Refrigeratorfreeter
conviction that the current economic MotivatedBy orion to taid Publi Hearing "I.... Ml 2 Vn, Rat. MI I4IJS. built 'renge end avanwather .
Seawall with
Federal will survive a Not ovum yourtelvet arrnrd,nely 0/24,lot end dryer
Seeking upswing DONE end ORDERED thit IJrd 70 in botrd IU.000. Ml 1 M/l
heated president campaign day of June ,UMBOARD 711Ut
Sale -
38-Autos For
and the November voting no Reward Says OF PRIVATE SALE
Order COUNTY fOMMIMIONFRS NO BROKERS
Marketing matter how It goes. IN AND FOR mILlER iVtryrlODy Lllo.taI WIN' Owner mutt tell three bedreemf .
NCR HERE ARE I FOR YOU
ORLANDO (AP-The Florida i The forces money the econo- Blast WitnessMIAMI COUNTY/"/ DEWEY FIORIDABv POLLYChairman TO CHOOSE FROM balls Centre home !in heel THE end MOOR airconditioning
7' Farmers Federation my higher look too strong to be l loam Falcon. 4 dr Detune Sta I INOS carpeting, througheul
Dairy I
Wgn
much by campaign ora. IU"U tJODRCA" Cornpitte
moved I bedreomt
to fight lou, The '. II IOU IllS A e ctpl
seeking. a way (AP) govern July 2. kiltian' including ditpotal
dire political predtc PRICID RIGHT'
prices brought on by milk Im tory or ment' chief witness in the trialof loll 17- Mitchell Boet, 10 HP and dithwather Nice tcretned

ported from other states passe I tlons.I four men charged with at. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS' eng,ne Boat trailar Included perch. paved driveway toddad
The latest Industrial produr. NAME STATUTE Summer It hare 19 0. lawn Phone Ml 24104 liter
a i solutlon Wednesday asklnf I how thct tempting to bomb a Florida Notice it "...by given, that the )unIt International cyl long I P M, 11l',1I
for a federal milk marketlni r lion figure show strong !. East Coast Railway train de. uod.rnipn.d. dttiring le :mrnlicins wheel beta. cab and ch...,.
is. The new orders still the practice el veterinary I Sut' for truck 00
economy
... order, letdowns nled that he came to Florida to under tha fcloloo" name of Naplet U''rT Hr'IUO 58-Lots For Sale
A lederal milk marketing order pouring In, despite vacation cash In on the $100,000 reward Animal Mo.p,lal, located at the LUFF CMC INC
A are too high to suggestany Naples' Shopp( Plata, Naplat FlorIda : Oil) ilh SI N. Ml 1 22/0
M would set up a price atruc.tub fall months.This money. Inland! at 100* owner la r,5i. tThS 101 LOTS FOR SALE
for milk. letup In the Floyd D. Becker of Elm, tar the ..,d fictitious, name win the Corner Multl.Family lot 'In
Is how businessmen are Clerk el tha Circuit Court of ColI City Buy U now IJSOtMcathOwner .
House Speaker Mallory Home tI.Y., who has testified that h* I .. County Florida 1'61 Vcdktwagon Station .... 312th Ave. South \
;: told dairy' farmers they should reasoning and the four men planned to ROBERT P. DiLBONC:. DVM, :ti Caribbean very good condition' lee Ml 21115Lars. >/j|
Oardant Call
The administration In power J..It.. II, *3, 30. 1964 #201 er
take. their fight to the public for bomb a train near Vero Beach, MI I 4051 "15.41
off lot for tale l In PIta Ftldg
to ward I
; ..;;;;;:- S support| | has every reason told Federal court Wednesda) H14 Chevy 4 0,. ltd Irma by owner I2MK Phone Mli

W' Home attorne forllie State any faltering. Neither by word that he came to Florida on a Good tecond car MI 2 JOII -4ii4. FlUt

Milk Commission, said the re nor deed would It do anything vacation with his wife 7/1 IIIns ORT'NOYAL t..ull Qai
\ but to make times better. T".r..dHor"Iop R 4. I.." Drov. F.. Salt' .
tn e Tru.
I"j sixxisiliilitj for the irk. drop Becker said that he alread. ) : ;;, I'\I'IED S'I1I. ', H Power wmdewt ..... Fat Wro' 0 J lftrb.rt 2525 POOl
.. :" was the V.S. Supreme Court or. 101'0. neither the Incumbentsnor knew one of the defendants, tory air conditioning Leo mileage Read 0...... 00..... .

!# 1 der of April 3 which allowed the any possible successors aft. John W. Davis, 28, of St. Luclv, 4111,1/MI I liCK after I PM LOTS FOR SALE'CONITA
Co. of Pen. er November would have any SPRINGS
Polar lie Cream when he arrived In January
.
'. 'ft. sacoU to but milk from Ala reason to tight good limes. And, He said he talked to the FBI 44-Mobile Homes 1110_...: permitting lit corner retell recently afore r**,
> ,. al an rate political\ \ measures
\ Priced for
l'' bama produi'*rs. March 5 and agreed to become etc et 14100 00 quick
usually take quite a while In at' tale Owner: Mrt H. W Cech
Previously, Florida dlstrlbutors involved In the bombing plot U Oil New Moon N'.10' ran MIdway 11141, or Midway
lad to but milk from FlorIda tenting the I'onoml. an undercover agent Ciod in tcraaned perch Ben I 4/03 (eve ) >/ll.2t
EASY DOES I IT Workmen i,ded by hidden, evtr producers on order of the All the poll of business think He said: his trailer home and la tprmgt Angiart, P.rsdios 'Rnidanlial lot Lake Perk
md.loo", Trailer park 7/1.20t N..rc.tool and tteret n.l11
Colon continue to show a large
head have n 0 difficulty In lI..id'1I' a Commission. Ing lec.
crane, State Milk auto were "bugged" with MARLOWE 4 BECK 411 Sth
of the tub Whale Into place at Oumey. Matt.. thipyird' Since the court ruling\ dlstrtb majority of businessmen confident Ironic device to record MB 45-Trailert For Rent Ave South, Ml ] 1221

-- -- -- utors have been Impoitlng milkat that the rest of the ear Is talks with the defendants The llllhtll59Acrege

prices heaper than It i *n I* sure to be good A sizable num. tape were not Introduced into Triifl IS a ...... cilIa TY.

produced hf 1 iorid.i cuin her go along with government evidence in the Federal court lit Rout a wool Csl tpacat TrIl.r It "e.rk.wool

farmers auslnt a price war officials\ In foreseeing good trial. 4/5 1'1 N'050rt. fo, st 500

With rVional Service: times extending into next )ear. Receipt: were Introduced that ..,.. Migkt' 0.11 part. -r::
The Aiertcy Businessmen and consumers 48-Apts. For RentEflcenc ml., .....,It fit propoo.d Pt.Louderdule .
.NOW City Booker was paid by the FBI, ltd. C..RII.IAN:

DrinkingWater still hate more to do with mak. but the amount was not re. >etMenlH D.c. Wail. ., REALTY, Ilia N. Trail MII
I IA big times good or bad than doe vealed. The Herald said it wasJl..OO. I ll.kIl'ERE: 1r IRIS MOTEL) MI Sill .nl.ThI"

MI aim 1Ib4 ... :
the go\ernmtnt. -. urn o. a. ImmOCalCe .00
_
dependable gecKy, reeipona.IbU BEAUTIFULLAKE The government be pour. The Florida East Coast Railway p.L r tl. 1 BEDROOM: UNFURNISHED" $ssue cath!Invettment Your chance CARIBBEANREALTY. for eood

for proMrtinf you rout KELLY log more mone into the econo.im ctruck by 11 union since\ APT GREEN ACRES e/lllf Ml11VM 17M.N Trail Midway .

family, borne and biMMMfftlnet the rest of this ear than It Jan 23, 19C3, was staggered IJ> HIM._ 4/Zltr.t.H
"W'J UwurabU thrMt will be taking out. It always SABLE SHORES APTS.
of loss through 0 planned.) program a wave of bombing during the MIAKESI'LMtK: ST/\ M 1'- IU Aeret for tele
does In the second half of '
any Ml 244)1 J f."r
first few month of 1964. It of. .crSSrnil.i from
guaranteed
01 protection rear when spending goes right fertd for the To commemorate the 400th 1I.lIy Roed sod Aries Av. mile off proposed) new Ft Lau
$100,000 filching
by eompenio at .nqUSSOIW mt of dertfeleroed' Term.
along while tax receipt drop. anniversary Shakespeare'sbirth Lovely eir cond'tiened elficiency CARIB
financial ttretifth. bomber: Office N Naple Suitable adult SEAN REALTY, 3110 N. Trail
The test at the federal govern Davis and the other three the Post Depart.. IU M*. yeerly Ml I lt 1\ 5 I* Itr .1j I IIUI 7/tIbotl

ment level 10'11com.\ carla next Joseph Leo Vedder 33 Hugh ment will iwue a five cent __Ml litf ""]'.''
LOTS FROM TRAIL FRONTAOC
year hen tax rerelpt 10'11pick\ Wins 69 and John Katslko, stamp on August 14 at Strat. It acre* hh 4 dry I land 254
$995 up up. The gain may be Urge. Cor. ford. Conn. home of the EBB TIDE APTS. mitt, lrew: COurIhou MAR'
40 all of Miami- r. charged
LOWE S PECK
F"eatl- Weekly Monthly ....... 41J lIla Ins
1100 DewB porate profits are oaring this with attempting to bomb a American Shakespeare Mod..' furmthed. ellicianclet South, Ml mimof. 7iat,
", "! .1Ie.GJ year and personal Incomes ron.tlnue nl\ Theater and Academy.
."..11I Broker ( o-.p freight train on a trestle south 4 bedroom aptt
66 Insurance
G.n.LUFFIC" to rlimb. Even at lower of Vero Beach March 12. FBI The stamp 1 II a portrait of Vltl Kally Rd C. Naples -

< tax rates the Treasury take will the bard! in ornate ruff and '
;r: .
disconnected the charge .
Sill A".... Sbph Krai Entity: Krvker8lr agents IIII".y I... .y..1
.51 '.. be substantial before the train crossed.It doublet standing before the APT FOR RENT Plan. Auto, Home. 0.........
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2.9143p45 rt Ie.| K &. !I. ". Will political campaigning af. I of an }-iiza. Air Conditioned furmthed efficienty 'I rl
_. a.rwa i.'l 11111 Si N,. proscenium Apt deer beach and J.OIIt. INSURANCE"
teal consumer ronfldence The bethan theater It is printedIn pier |W> M per month Mid 129 Ills Av. N..th

1'N.MM. "'Iun betting is that It isn't likely! to. 1'.". Ttt Adrtrliiw brown on tan paper ...) Iil''. '" 11 M157155 71111It....








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10 COLLIER rOUNTT NEWS Thursday, July 16.. 19SI

The Racial SceneDamned

Salt Lake City WEATHERBy


Judge Police In THE ASSOCIATED High Low PRESS Pr Dixie Senators

Albany, clear 83 58
If We Do DamnedIf
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Wide Open FeudSALT Atlanta Albuquerque, cloudy, clear 82 84 63 68 .01.27 Closing RanksOn

Bismarck clear 94
64
LAKE CITY, Uta i Boise, clear 90 53
We Don't Say Motel MenST. Rights Law
(AP-The police rommlssloneitold Boston, cloudy 88 (8
the Judge that he, the com.> Buffalo, clear 74 58 ,

missioner! had been wrong Chicago, clear 90 70 AUGUSTINEP( ) Leadership Conference, headed WASHINGTON (AP) South.
The Judge told the police' com.. Cincinnati, clear 83 60 Teems ol white segregationists i by Dr. Martin Luther King, "Is ern senators, who lost a long and

missioner that he, the Judge,i, Cleveland, clear 79 61 art un,loing the work of Integra.. very much disturbed In the turn bitter battle against the civil
was dismissing charge against:: Denver, cloudy 91 62 11011 teams which gained the Ne, ol events.'' rights bill, are closing ranks

him.Thus Des Moines, cloudy 89 72 RIO I entree at St. Augustine testaui again to urge that Southernersobey
ended Wednesrtaj Salt t: Detroit, cloudy 82 66 ants and motels, spokesmen the new law "for as long
Lake City's police entrapment: Fairbanks, clear 80 58 for both factions said todiInflationists \ Civil as It is there"
feud that had landed t both the i, Fort Worth, cloudy 96 76 sued two St Rights At least a dozen of the Demo.

police commissioner and the i, Helena. clear 8715! " "*'MIxMk Augustine restaurants, HUll s cratic: senators who fought hard.
city Judge In court.It Honolulu, cloudy 83 73 .02 + Jk. and Santa Marla, In federal Advisers Get est against the measure during
started when City JUdgeHorace >'Indianapolis, clear 85 M M court at Jacksonville Wednesday' a 15-week battle in the Senate

Beck said he found< evt. Jacksonville, clear 90 77 'Y t4 foi alleged noncompliance with have urged Dixie to limit Us pro.
dence of police entrapment incases Juneau, cloudy 77 55 new i'Iv'II rights act. Cool Reception tests to court challenges and to

Involving prostitution and Kansas City, clear 88 76 Some businessmen complainedtl avoid all violence, however
lewdness charges Los Angeles, cloudy 79 60 are still in the ruinous mid. ATLANTA Ga. (.*P)-Three much the law may be disliked.

Police! Commissioner Herbert Louisville, clear 87 61 tie of the struggle between the former Southern governors encountered Some have spoken out in

Smart requested the county attorney Memphis, clear 89 70 integration forces and segrega (told cool and warm statements and !speeches In their
In an open letter i to take Miami, clear 86 73 14 Mount1vho now' have resorted reactions In their ilvll rights home areas. Others said much
.
all future vice cases to i f ourt Milwaukee, clear 80 65 iI to i picketing as the Negroes did law advisory mission to five incumbent the same when asked for com

other than Beck's. Mpls..St.P., cloudy 92 75 s before. Southern poveinois.A . ment on a speech by Sen. Rich.

Judge Beck was ordered Into New Orleans, cloudy 89 72 .69 _.. I. .J::!!..'v- -",,<<-'" \ The segregationist picketing, sixth chief *\ei'utlve, Gov. ard B. Russell, D.Ga., who led
District Court to show started last Thursday is hitting Donald Russell of South Caroll their Senate fight
ause New York, cloudy 89 70 Fida' NOlOl ...... 'hoto ,
why he should not be restrainedfrom Okla. City, cloudy 99 74 THE FLORIDA businessmen where It hurts mostIn na, blushed aside a meeting Russell, addressing an area
EVERGLADES is unique In tills world, a with the He said he did
saWJ.I'I\AA group.
presiding over a lewdness Omaha, cloudy 90 74 the cash register. development commission at
trial In progress Philadelphia, cloudy 88 67 marsh clotted with hammocks of )palm and subtropical I growth< that "We're damned if not Invite them 10 hla st.lle. Rome, Ga., urged that the new
we serve
Beck then cited Smart with Phoenix, clear 96 75 extends iiom coast to coast and from Lake Okeechobee to the tip them and damned t If None of the other (governors law be observed as long as It is
Negroes)
of of the Florida The ( saw' am need!! of help limn, the the law.
Contempt court for peninsula Everglades
releasing Pittsburgh, clear 82 60 .22 < is one of man reasons we don't," said one motel operator | *
the letter to the press, whit< h he Ptlnd, Me.,clear 83 63 Governor Farris 1'iyant and the Floiida Development Commission are s"edJI team, headed!! bv LeRov "Violence and law violation

said was "an attempt to In. Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 72 53 .01 urging( Floridians to vacation in their own state this summer Another claimed that the white Collins, director of the new will only compound our difficulties
Communitv Service
fluence the court. Petitions and Increase "
-' Rapid Clty.clear 93 66 mud effective our troubles,
pickets were more
Beck his set up to help In problems ails- he said. "All good citizens
won case In District Richmond, cloudy 89 67 will
Court and was allowed tc con. St Louis, clear 89 70 Everglades Offer Unusual Scenic Views than. their Negro counterparts log from the civil lights law learn to live with the statute and

tlnue with the lewdness trial. Salt Lk. City, clear 96 60 Only two guests registered the Collins Is a former Florida abide by Its final adjudication
Wednesday! Beck dismissed San governor With him on the tour even though we reserve thee
Diego, cloudy 75 62
first showed said
ontempt charges against> San Fran., clear 67 54 PREPARED BY FLORIDA used by churches on Palm Sun ers of Its recent and colorful the day pickets' asked up not, t were St.'fE'tUof' Commerco right to advocate by legal
Smart after Smart said he was Seattle, cloudy 64 55 .03 DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION day The northern and western past. Seminole Indians In their be Identified.moln.1ger'ho Luther Hodges, former North h means Its repeal or modifica
In error In releasing the letter. Tampa, cloudy 94 77 .20 Stretching southward from shores of Lake Okeechobee bor. colorful dress may be seen In Carolina governor, and! Bufoid lion"
During the height of the feud, Lake Okeerhobee to Florida Bay der one of the great cattle raising town and along the Tamlaml "The IIHoisted second day I had none Ellington! for mE'I' Tennessee Sens. Allen J. EllenderD.La.,
Washington, cloudy91 70 for 100 miles Is the world' most sections of the state. Trail. The denizen of the at all. governor
Beck said "I know of no other swamp. and A, Willis Robertson, D.Va.,
city In the West which makes Winnipeg, cloudy 91 65 ,03 unusual rlver..the Florida Ever The Tamlaml Trail Is a most land, the alligator, may be se'nIn (Hoss) Manucy, one of They got the same messac? among others, fully supported
hustlers and gigolos out of Its (M-Missing) glades Never more than six In. remarkable highway. It cuts the canals or stalking across the prime movers of the local evervwhere-In effect-, "Eve. Russell's plea and noted they

policemen." ches deep and at places bone dry, straight across the Everglades, the highway Offshore the Ten resistance to Integration, said rythlng Is fine here Don callus had taken a similar stand earll.

Of the lewdness case, he said: this vast "River of Grass" Is was 12 years In the making, and Thousand Islands, a labyrinth of the new tactics were working we'll call you" er.

"With $100, booze and beer, five today' InWasMitgton also distinctive for being the defied every attempt to build It mangrove Islands, are separatedby Manucy said managers and Perhaps the most nvoiable Ellender" who spoke out in
I world's< widest river between by conventional methods. The twisted owners of the motels and restaurants reaction came from Gov.
policemen made a date with this : shifting channels picketed "have vol Terry Louisiana just alter President
woman to pose for a picture. 60 and 10 miles. treacherous muck had to be cleared North of the Tamlaml Trailis un.tarlh' Sanford of North Carolina He Johnson signed the bill, said to.
The paid her a salary, then arrested The Everglades region Is made from every foot of the way, the area known as the Big agreed not to serve' anymore called the visit a missions of day that "so long as this is the
her. That Is entrap. up of many landscapes, each dlf. often by dynamiting, and the road Cypress Swamp, which is west Negroes. rood will' law It must be obeyed This will
ment" ferent in its own way. The grass based upon the solid limestone of the true Everglades In Im. None of the businessmen has I'm Impressed Hut the serelee remain the law until It is modi

Smart has not conceded there lands, called Pa-hay-okee or which underlies this watery mokalee a new variety of sugarcane been threatened, he said Is not an enforcement apen.cy. fled or repealed by the congressor
is entrapment. He says he WASHINGTON (AP) The "grassy waters" by the Indians, basin. : with a root system suit. Chain motels and restaurants tt will serve to better rela. found unconstitutional by the
wants the State Supreme Courtto back yard hike and the tourist are characterized by small is. A hurried trip along the Trail able to sandy soil has been found. will be the next target of pickets tlons of good will," Sanford rnurts"

rule on the matter handshake are back on the lands of Florida "mountains." may leave an impression of end. Nearby Is Corkscrew Swamp he said.Negroes said.
White House scene. These clumps of earth dotting the less saw grass rippling In the Sanctuary, a magnificent stand of peacefully Integrated Sanford also urged com. Robertson, agreeing, said 10
President Johnson devoted grasslands are known as ham. breeze. A more leisurely trip primeval cypress now under the about 90 per cent of the city' pllance with the new law 'days ago I said that the civil

OLD ENOUGHTO about 90 minutes Wednesday to mocks and support the plant and will reward the watcher with interesting supervision of the Audubon Socle. motels and restaurants In token A somewhat stiff e a c t i lon ,rights bill is now the law of the
VOTE AND RUN animal life glimpses of tests of the civil rights law shortly 'land-even though 1 think It Is
the kind of Informality he has of the 'Glades. wading ty, came from Gov. Farris Bryant
URBANA Ohio (AP) If shied away from recently. Still another area Is known as birds, strange vegetation,or perhaps after It was signed. of Florida. He said he had no ,a bad law. It should be tested In
Roger Stilling had been a year It started with an off-there. the Plnelands, highest elevation an alligator. The visitor WILDERNESS PARK Dr, Robert Hayllng, Negro intention of enforcing the civil I the courts" and not In the

younger, he wouldn't have been cord chat and coffee with a of the area. As the coastal re. may see an Indian poling his Everglades National Park Is dentist and local Integration rights law and would not Invite :stieets.

''able to vote forhinmelf. a candidate score of newsmen present at the glen is approached, the reglcnof dugout, or take time out for a skirted along much of Its north. leader, said that the segregation. the aid of CRS

for sheriff of this central! White House. Then came a walk the mangrove swamps, cone of ride in an alrboat-a small ern border by the Tamlaml Trail. Ists tactics were hurting deseg. "I think that my approach to

Ohio community. twice around the circular drive transition from fresh to salt wa. scow propelled at bone.chilling The Park preserves the largest regatlon efforts. the civil rights bill Is exactly
But lime was on his aide and at the rear of the executive ter vegetation is seen. Betweenthe speed by an airplane propeller. remaining subtropical wilder He said the Southern Christian like my approach to the income hAPPY tllhL( JOI'

Suitings, 21, la the Republican mansion mangrove swamps and open Nearby Is Collier.Semlnole StatePark ness in the United States.1,400,.* 'tax law," Bryant said. "I pro. businessmen I IO
candidate in next November' Several dozen tourists gathered glades lies a region of open wa. At Royal Palm Hammock, 533 acres of land and water, and NOT PETER PIPER, pose to maintain a dlmate in (
election He won the nommttion n at a locked Iron gate to terways, miles of rivers and man. a short side trip leads to the> is open the year around. The HAROLD ELLIOTT which law abiding citizens can

handily In heavily Republican watch, and Johnson approachedand grove channels.At fishing village of Marco. region Is notable for Its abund. VANCOUVER (AP) HaroldH. operate. .

Champaign County. greeted them, trying to the northern endLake Okee. Everglades, south of the Trail, ance of wild birds and animals, Elliott, 74 la a pickle-,paeker "I don't propose to collect in. .
\ Stilling, now a deputy sheriff, shake all the offered hands. is a fishing and hunting resortof its tropical plants and trees, turned picture-painter. come taxes and I don't propose -
chobee with of 740
4 an area
'I I II trying to succeed Sheriff Jay He also had friendly pats for square wcrld-wide reputation. A fleet and the mangrove forest which Three of Elliott's paintings to enforce clvllrlghts."
miles had few definite outlets
a
Mckeever who I II retiring ..flerJO Him and Her, the two beagle before, its form was modified by of charter fishing boats Is ba s.forma, an almost impenetrable will hang in the Vancouver Art Gov. Frank Clement of Ten.
year*. he once was accused of ml*, ed here. Aptly called "The Last growth along the southwestern Gallery this summer before going nessee Issued tills guarded state
the dikes and canals of the white
The youthful candidate admit treating by picking them up by the it Frontier," Everglades Is becoming .i borders. The only wild croco. on a Canadian tour with 37 other mentt
his basketball fume (he** 6 feet, the ears. Posing for pictures, he simply man. During expanded and rainy overran season its a modern city with many con. atlas In the nation can be found paintings by 19 British Columbia "They have not proposed| or

6 inches) II I no handicap but held the dogs up on their hind vaguely defined banks. A part of venlences, yet there are remind. in the Park and on a few of the artists suggested any Interference with
points with even more pride this o feet, but not by the ears ,, Florida Keys. Over 600 varieties "I ran a picklemanufacturingbusiness the affairs of Tennessee. But
this overflow formed the Caloosa.
score of 99 in a police WASHINGTONAP) hatches River but the greater of fish abound In the waters of for 10 years," he aiys. they have made It clear they
academy teit. Factories turned out more auto. the Park. "I've also been a schoolteacher, would be available if we requester
"He1 young, but he'* extreme mobiles, furniture and other portion followed the gentle tilt Singing Mobster Near the Park entrance a road a homesteader, a miner and a assistance" /. -
of the land and moved southwes.
ly mature for a 21-year-old" consumer Items last month to leads to Flamtngoon Florida Bay. real estate man" In Georgia, Gov. Carl E, San. W'
tward In a great arc. Today the
says Sheriff McKeever and adds help Increase Industrial product lower shores of Lake Okeecho. Still In A motel, restaurant and cocktail He began painting 16 years ders said after meetings with NOW YOU
that Stilling can count on hi* tlon for the 10th straight month. bee are defined by great levees Lodged lounge, museum and auditorium ago and has since completed Collins and the other two men:
vole The output of business equip. with flood the adjoin a modern marina with 5,000 canvasses. "I told them I don't think we'll CAN LEASE GASAIR'CONDITIONING
gates. By lowering
ment also advanced. water level a great agricultural Washington Jail boat launching ramps and boat. "I think my picturea out for along need their services In Georgia."
The Federal Reserve Board rental service,Thtre time Elliott "Then
empire h..been ereated. The soil arealso 54 aaya. Sanders said that If Georgians
8eaGolden reported Wednesday Its Index of What. campsites with modern utilities. I get them down on paper fast. "exercise sound judgment: as No capital outlay neededwe
Is a rich, black muck..resldue of WASHINGTON (AP) all maintenance .
Industrial production, the output uncounted centuries of decaying ever happened to Joseph Va. The Royal Palm and Flamingo I'm a very rapid painter. they have In the past, there .provide .
Convenient economical
of factories, mines and utilities, saw lachl Visitor Centers have exhibit "I'm not a realistic painter.My should be no need to ask help .
Gate rose during June from 131.2 to grass.Clewiston The talkative mobster who detailed rooms where wall panels depict punting* are imagination or of the Community Relations I dependable-the carefree )com Callus
131.8 per cent of the 1957.59 av. on the south shore, for the federal many of the area's outstanding recollection I try to tell astory. Service" pletely way
for the
The index was 125.5 a Is the center of Florida's sugar government attractions and history Both ." Gov. Albertls S. Harrison Jr, now exciting
the Inner workings of "La details''TROPIGAS!
GuestIO year ago. inriimtrv.- and the largest rawcane Cosa Nostra"-the multimillion. Royal Palm and Flamingo offer The three Elliott paintings on of Virginia met with the group
WASHINGTON (APMoreand sugar mill In continental guided tours. display show a strong preferencefor and said his state was enjoying
dollar crime
organized empire
better Jobs for college United States operates here. The sits today where he has Ian. The numerous attractions of shades of green. splendid racial relations
trained Negroes will be the goal town is also a favorite head. gulshed since testifying before a the Everglades are among the Green is a good color, says "These gentlemen hope very
of a meeting next week of rep. quarters for fishermen drawn to Senate reasons Governor Farris Bryant the former pickle-packer. much their servlre: will not he
subcommittee last fall-
resentatlves ot major corpora. this largest of Florida's fresh. and the Florida Development needed but if it Is, It will he
done and Negro colleges. water lakes by Its reputation for In the District of Columbia Jail. Commission are urging Florid. available," he said ''It will Tropigas, Inc. of Florida
A !spokesman for the Presl year-round fishing, and there are The government has no plansto tans to vacation In their own state CALL THE NEWS FOR come at the local level if invited eAeLaaNrWr
dent's Committee on Equal Em. several nearby camps with guides move him, although a Justice. this summer. RUBBER STAMPS and If It can be helpful. 1 NN
Department official acknowledged
ployment Opportunity, which and modern accommodations
that Valacht's ''
called the meeting, said one aim Belle Glade, Pahokee and Ca. storehouse'
TRADINGSTAMPS a is to establish regular contact nal Point are on the eastern shore of crime Information has been
between Industry and the Negro of Lake Okeechobee. At Pahokee pretty well milked dry.
colleges. Many of these schoolsdo there is a protected yacht basinto At 61, Valachl was describedby
not now provide placement serve boats crossing the state an official who knows him as
"ht top condition -down to his
Intraroastal Waterway,
the
services for their graduates, he on '
the north shore i old fighting weIght" In his se,
Okeethobee near
said, and many employment recruiters ,
bypass schools without or( the lake, has an unusual In.eluded cell he continues dally WESTINGHOUSERefrigerator

placement bureaus. duet ryl drying and shipping palms i:calisthenics to keep In shape Frost Free
He spends much time watchlnr

FREE "television.Valacht.
does not mingle with
.
I other prisoners. During the
--J weeks when his name was becoming .
a household word, the
I It's! part of I great new way to story got out that the underworld =

'increase your vacation pleasure was offering $100,000 toanone S

without, increasing your vacation M who would kill Valachi
budget Here art |lust i lew ol the for breaking the secret oath of
other eicitmj free gilts, and vi, La Cosa Nostra,
cation privileges that lit yours -g He still gets some mall from

as i tolden gate Cues) strangers, a Justice Departmento

f f I r i a I said Ociailcullithere's :
FREE GASOLINE '.
a "crackpot letter from ,

FREE FLORIDA ORANGES someone stoolplgeon who- but views never him am serl.as a : : Says

FREE FISHING ous threats.An .. ': 26900June
(INCLUDING BAIT AND UC'KLEIFREE ) ociaslonal agent warden
a AUTO TOUR over to talk to him, aid, some

(Of MODERN, ELEGANT times law enforcement officers
NAPLES FLORIDA) Z A from around the count drop In :t::
FREE PRIVATE to see If he can shed new lighton
their local
problems.
PLANE RIDE
VaUchl's life Is
l.rgeh the
OVER( NAPLES AND
GOLDEN GATE' I lonely one of a man sening a
life term for murder.
MISS HIT-Pride light the orof Connie Francis as Pleased with his brief mo No

e- she displays a gold record trophy She has 12 of them ment In history. Valai hi Is de. Frost Free
scribed as "glad it's
and record tales of over 25 million. over. Down
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