Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: July 17, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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ConventionCapsules One RocketCAPE t.t.i. LukewarmIke

_Two sentry satellites a
"pygmy" satellite rocketed Into
great egg-shaped orbits todayIn
a complex triple launching
that could lead to U.S. develop.
ment of a foolproof system to
detect Illicit nuclear explosionsIn
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-For space. *
Tennessee delegate Gullford The trio of radlatlon.senslng
Dudley the Republican Nation, packages rode Into space atopa
al Convention came at a high single powerful Atlas-Agena
cost. Dudley told police that rocket which blazed brilliantlyIn
burglars took $14,000 worth of I the early morning darknessat
jewelry from his motel room. 3:22 a.m. (EST).
Said Dudley: "San Francisco Is The Air Force reported 20 Slate
L an expensive town to stay In,'' minutes later that the Ibstory.
I tall booster had drilled the
( . three satellites Into separate
San Francisco Chronicle '0- highly elliptical orbits
lumnlst Herb, Caen says that The exact path was not COLDW A nit SptEi: ; II, P \tiE I 8
Chester G. Arthur, grandson of known Immediately but early r I
the 21st resident of the United tacking Information Indicatedthe 1 SAN I RANCISCO (AP)-Foi.nior '. fin words, and he "t't. aunt \<,m
States, was kicked out of the payloads were very close to rrllInt Dwight D hi. make a hard camp-upi
enhowcr he will "So I
says supportthe alreath
bell. Intended
Cow Palace by guards who the course ranging
eved his ticket was counterfeit from 120 to (3,000 miles above oildwaler Miller Rrpulll. I am going to support the
"You can't do this to me," Ar. the earth. te// can ticket although "it was not Republican ticket, and I don't
',,nal choice." by mfIMe-IvlPn
thur said. But the guards did. All three space messengerswere mj per any think of
flashing clear radio : Thin ommenl of Eisenhower, reneging m the pledge I will
. 1 signals to ground stations which i ante on television Tlnu s* be doing my best,"
Now that the Republican con. It was the fourth time the day, had a certain ambiguity Cut another question die
vehtlon Is over, Mayor John F. United States had orbited three It was not clear when he talked cussed the ticket In general.: El.
Shelley of San Francisco, the satellites with' one rocket The of bin ,'hhlce whether he was senhnwer was asked If he be.
Democrat who welcomed the record Is tout* in one shot set referrtn, (to vice presidential lleveil the Republicans> have the
delegates at the beginning of the by another Atlas-Agena last candidate William E. Miller strongest ticket.
week, no longer feels so hospita Sen. Margaret Chase Smith's year. alone or to both Miller and "Well, I don't know" ," he re.
ble. Addressing some leaders of nomination to the presidency presidential candidate Barry M. piled "After all l, mambei: I
the National Association for the marked a new high tide for Goldw ter. have had a Von short'' tour In
Advancement of Colored People women In politics.S3 Gov. Wallace Eisenhower expressed hi. politics...this play be the very
Sheller said that as hewatched views In replies to twg ques.. best ticket that could have been
the convention on tele ....., .__ UL ,.. '.M.A" .._ Evades Issue :t lions dur'ljig an Interview on put together, but I will do my
vision he thought he was "wit. Vk the American Broadcasting Co. best to support It. 1 say, It was
nesslng things I had read from Of Split Vote television network Eisenhower not my personal choice"
Klein Kampf." was employed by ABC as a
TALLASSEE Ala (AP) ___ \ consultant during its news cov.
.5. 4v'allace tht'It
Coy George nays erase of the Republican National -
A press aide. for Sen. Barry he doesn't win the preslden. CANOEING was a popular sport in the Gill Scout Day Camp which Convention, which ad. Reason In
Goldwater says the senator's ; tlal election In November, "I'll wound up today at Camp Timbeifoid About 60 Girl Scouts were In Journed Thursday night
campaign committee raised j give the votes I do get to the attendance nt the camp1 Including senior Scout assistants from, Hiaden-
more than $1 million In Individ party that stands up for states ton and Sarasotu. Classes in canoeing proved the canoe n sturdy craft HEDGES ON MILLER
ual contributions since Jan. I. rights and local government." but tricky and dangerous unless operation fundamental and safety GovernmentMiller

Fred Mullen, the aldo, said But the governor sidestepped features were piacticed. S,'nioi' Scout Betty Decker ( c ) instructor in One question about Elsenhow.
'l several of the contributionswere Thursday night any comments er's estimate of the tlckrt'st
the mad tint Susan
course Slue Spinjfler ( r) and Lisa bturvident
In excess of that he
but for
$1,000, on growing pressures strength specifically mentioned
the most part they were small get out of the race because he followed safety rules The NEWS will carry a full page picture-story Miller To this, Eisenhower replied AimSN
donations from some 300,000 In. might split the Southern con. on the Day Camp in Sunday's issue : -

dlvlduals averaging about $3 servatlve vote between himself "Well, I think that my own
each. and the Republican nominee, particular choice might have HMNU.S,0 AP --WII,
1 . t-MJsti Sen. Barry Goldwater of Art. Housewife Claims To Be Florida Fair tans Jane other person, but lIam 1-:. Motor, > New Ymk 'm,
I ..
Sen. Barry Goldwater Is "v ...4rft. sona. f mil Miller has been an effective Tessmnn w4i6' |1aiineil to qullpulltll"
ex. L.a.v v ...."fA Q"""
Neither did he comment tMs he
pected to be back In his Wash. on Exhibit Great chairman and a good congress your, say is
his future political plans saying man. lie is with running tIll vice l'rll"IIII',1| to
office a man a great
Ington by Monday morn.
Amid the color and
ceremony only that "I'll let the national Warren Harding's DaughterGLENDALE deal cif energy He makes a help "rl'.t..hll.h fison in "rat
Ing. of the l'On't'ntloD.l1rs.Harry .
parties know what my plans are Says Governor good speech, he Is never 10lltD..re St IIl11ellt,"
. doldwattr; Mates from when they let me know what "To I lit' kt'l.III\ kiln will, mil)

Before accepting the Republl.can her box theirs are" Calif. (AP) -A 1 Harding, then a U.S. senator, TALLAHASSEE( (AP"We.. Idus ol fellow i Itlrens: In i itlonwlde u '
presidential nomination, In a speech to an Industrial ,Glendale housewife and mother 'was 53, married, childless and 've got a great exhibit There i'rui Sen. Barry Goldwater spent two rally Thursday night, Wallace ,of three has yielded up a secret ,j Just one year away from the Is no thought (p get nut of the than a thrilling ,xperlmi... c," the
hours at the controls of a rented renewed his running attack on ]kept for more than 20 years: I presidency. World's Fair" said Gov Furls pe'' len 'amp.h'ner said l Thou ,.
two-engine plane flying oyer liberalism and the federal |She Is the Illegitimate daughterof In 1921 Elizabeth Ann was Bryant today In an effort to day night as he accepted| l ie
California, Including one passover courts. The governor said the i Warren Gamaliel Harding, i adopted In Chicago I by her scotch rumors Florida planned coed /1Ia"1on the Republl, in
the Cow Palace "loud-mouthed, liberal, pinkard 29th preside of the United 1 i mother's sister, Elizabeth, and to pull out because of financial ticket.
His press secretary, Ed Nel. beatniks are selling us out to |Stales 'I I her husband, Scott Wllllts. They ... Facts Flanked by his wife mil two
lor, said Thursday's Jaunt was the Communists and to social Mrs. Henry E. Blaeslng, 46, 'i also live In Glendale now. In his news conference Bry. d.iuglitoix, Miller declared|
the third this week for the sena. r 1i Ism." IClaim i speaking In a tired voice, said "I was the most logical one to ant said the porpoise exhibit BOURNEMOUTH, England "My 'lumpy and' I here pledge
tor, who rented the plane at the ii i she Is the late president's i:adopt her," says Mrs. Willi..."I alone was paying operating ex.> (AP)-One of Britain's biggest oursnlve in you that we shall
San Mateo County Airport g daughter by a mistress, Nan I IBritton. >bad no children, and that way penses and attendance was nudist, < lul>s today 1 . Florida \we could keep her In the family booming i topless) dresses and bathing our energies, and our abilities,
k "I've talked to so many re. I She thought we were her par. "We set attendance records ,suits, as indecent I and our spirit and our enthus.
HOLLYWOOD (AP-The tu. porters today," she said. "I ha. cuts until her mother took her Sunday and Tuesday tills week," Said an editorial! In the lasm to this greatest mult and the shouting within the To Be In Barry's ven't even had a chance to talk sack when she was seven" he said "Monday, It rained. monthly magarlne of the Dour. of my lifetime"
Cow Palace finally died. Televl. ;to my sons to find out what they Mrs. Blaeslng recalls And I don't have Wednesday'sfigures" i nchvmtn and Fast Dorset na. There was a lark of MHI.sanshtp .
lion commentators were faced think' of all this;. |furls in the accoptaiii" speech|
i groupt"There
told when Ivas
with the task of summing up the Column In Fall News stories about recently "My that me President "On an operating basis, we.re Is nothing Imku'ent or of the 50.year4lO"( Uwvei from
events of the past four days and discovered love letters from ]larding very was young my father He diedn better off every day." |provocative In the human holy Oli-ott, N.Y., who has built his
then closing shop SAN FRANCISCO (AP) 1 Harding to another mistress, j 1923. I don't remember ever Bryant, who returned Thur. itself ,It Is the way the body Is reputation on slurpshoutlni at
ABC's Howard K. Smith pred. Florida's delegates to the Republican 1 Mrs. James Phillip of Marlon, ,seeing him. I believe, though day from his second trip lo the l fried of the coming campaign National Convention, i Ohio, referred to Nan Britton t hat my mother sent him photo., fair In two weeks, said he was i used which may be uvleivnt or exproiHtims of humlllt ,'n'llove< ,
"One of the most flaming con. which wound up nearly unanl. i and to the "love child" Miss graphs, of me and my motherold pleased with progress of the Immodest, trlnlmles to Bony Goldwater
tests ever seen, something rare moue In support of Sen. Barry 1 Britton said she bore out oft me that he sometimes In. Florida pavilion. "None of our members wouldbe and Dwlght: D. CUonhowei: and
In the American political scene, Goldwater as the presidential wedlock q(trired about me." "From what I've seen of the i seen dead In one of these what 14red' to be .< beckon,
a battle between liberals and L nominee, headed homeward to. The Los Angeles Herald Ex. Everglades exhibit," he said outfits" tog to supporters" of civil rights
... ..., . Blaeslng says knowledge
conservatives" ---- -- --- - day confident they would carry i aminer found Mrs. Blaeslng llv. 0>,f who her father was created "It's going to be a' successful ul legislation.
CBS' Eric Sevareld expressed One of the most colorful per. the state for him In November.Tom i ing In this suburban community. n 10 problems for her. Ihow," (J j C IIIC AGO CAP r-) Miss Ton) Unlike ben. Goldwater the
"fear of a divisive campaign be.cau.e tonalities at the convention Fairfield Brown of Miss Brltton now 67, lives In "I had a normal childhood," The new exhibit, set up uJ.week I Lee Shelly, the 19.ytnr.old moil.el GOP presidential nominee, Mil.
of the civil rights Issue. HI. In effort to bolster the ler supported!' the Civil RightsAct.
Evanston an sag. i iglng who revealed topless
Sen Hiram Fong of Hawaii state chairman and ihe says, "but then, I didn't go
delega. .
pa And
"We may have a violent campaign Has also a nominee. tlon head said he has "We are very close," said ,round telling people about It." attendance, featured 6',ml. I bathing suit at a public beach, In his acceptance
; this Is the fear of a great every Mrs. Blaeslng. "She's a wonder. She continued nole Indian In' their chickees, many people here and In the na. expectation of putting the state ful j person" "I do recall: that when she alligator wrestling, a r e p t II. ;revealed too mu<'h. "I love the people of the Unit
lion" I In the J964 Republican column- Mrs. Blaestng, listed as Ell/a. her mother of show, flamingoes, t piano play. She was found guilt/ of In.lI l 'ed States 200 million strong,
(1 ) spoke President
IP where It was In the three
past beth ''devoted to God, consecrated to
"The convention wasn't dull Ann Christian on her birth larding she" always talked of Ing duck and pretty girls In i rent exposure br' a Municipal| l
election. '
declared NBC's David Brlnkley I : : I presidential certificate, was born Oct. 22, swim suits. Admission Is 2J i hurl jury of eight women and 'liberty, and all crusaders for
In his view the most explosive ; "We expect to carry Florida '191J, In Asbury Park, N.J. (Continued pn page 8) cents i(four men after nearly J'/4' hours ;'justice/ all crusaders for equall.\
moment of the Republican national for Goldwater," he said. Bryant attributed the Increase i of deliberation. I ty of opportunity for every per.
In attendance ut the pavilion to postponed to I son on the face of this earth."
convention came In New Sentencing was
York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller's ..Fd r And, he added, the campaignload Civil Rights Law Reaction an Increase In attendance at the allow the defense lime to file a A Roman' Catholic and a grad.
speech Tuesday night In supportof will be carried by the reg. fair .J motion for a new trial.I The uate '>f Noli. Dame University,
amending the platform on ex.tremlsm Nk x ul wa r ular Republican organization In Additionally, he said, "we're maximum sentence I ii. a 1200 Mllli-r/ p"" ads s political balance
Florida. getting second trippers, people fine and one year In the ouniy t,I'' Goldwator i Episcopalian; n.llglon .
"The organization did the Job Boosting Klan Membership who visited the fair once before Jail, I and arizona background
he said, "And will do It again tp see specific exhibits"Increased
So Young Larry make no doubt about It." promotion about the
ATLANTA Ga. (AP) Lead ec former Gov. John Patterson 1 Florida pavilion was'another
The question of who Is to I irs of the Ku Klux Klan; ; claim In his campaign and Shelton i reason for the Increased attend
Asked Us And head up the Florid campaign I rowing membership In their Invisible said, "We elected two gover. 'ante, he said.Hurricane.
for Goldwater: has been some empire because of white tx r."-a reference Patterson
thing of a sore point In state I resentment to the civil rights and,I his successor, Gov. George
We Said, Well. . Republican circles.: Two rival I law. C. Wallace Neither man repudl. Hunter
Goldwaler.for*president factions "There has been I tremen. and the Klan.
Young Larry Bailie, son of were In the field earlier this dou: reaction to the civil rights The (dan's official line on ra. Plane To Check On !

Mr and Mrs John Bailie, of year I bill and this Is bringing about <'i.il Issues is set down In a leaflet Gulf DisturbanceMIAMI
Pine Ridge, has a bullet and s .. .. # The regulars won most of the I a swelling of Klan member distributed by Shelton's or.
shell-and he's punled. ( NEA Telephotos/ delegate spots. I ship," says Imperial Wizard ganlutlon. (AP) A hurrl :ane
Not\ that anyone else couldn't As the dele gallon headed ]Robert M. Shelton Jr., Tuscaloosa 'Th. Knights of the Ku Klux I hunter place was being readied
have both) but he's got them It wouldn't be a contention homeward, a new Republican ] Ala.Shelton Klan Is not the enemy of the Ne 'today tor a flight. over the Gulf n
Joined. Somehow, the rifle or without odd hat*. This cute national committeeman and anew thin and soft.spoken, grr,' it reads "We hold It (sob., 'of Mtxi' o tu check on disturbed
machine gun bullet got tangled up one wag worn by Mis. Dorc with a shell and the shell grew Kelly of BrlstoH, Okla. eats on the party policymaking I in the past several years, sod upon all other colored races A moderate easier!, wave,
around It. group t trying to rebuild the old Klan n. America to recognize thai 'the kind of 'llsturban tram,
The eageryed Larry, Just 11 They are Rep. William C. ,with a new nonviolent Image. they, are living In the land of the 'whit' h tropl' al st< rms sums a
years old and a student at Lake Mail Piles Up Cramer, R.Fla., and Mrs. Hel. Th. robed, order: once known write, rare b>' courtesy of the 'times develop, w. i inftlng,
Park School, received the Tartly ene M, Morris of Sarasota. j for Its nlght.rldlng terrorism, white race westward In the Gulf after
from his grandmotherMrs In London Strike They succeeded Anthony 8. Bat. I appears strongest In parts of The), must not lose sight of crossing the Florida peninsula
McGill, who found the weird look. taglla and Mrs. Clare B. Shank, Alabama, Mississippi and nor tie. fail that the white race Is Heavy shower activity wa reported
Ing combination on the Gulf beacb LONDON (AP) Striking both of St. Petersburg.The j Ida. The Klan apparently has the ruling rate by right of In. 1 1herltance over the Gulf of !am.
last week and thought she'd get :1 British postal workers returned delegation was a source been 1 gaining In Alabama, Mis. and that It does not I peche.
young Larry "all puzzled up., I r Sbe did I 1 lion letters waiting to be sorted throughout the convention. One Elsewhere In the South there to Compromise it with any other 'slid any significant development .
So Larry dropped by the NEWS :and delivered. of the larger groups-having 34 I U little outward Indication of a ra' e--Mack, yellow or brown" during the next 24 to 48
office yesterday,showed his trea. More than 120,000 mailmen n v es- sure to the "experts" ber.- i sorters struck for 24 hours Goliiattr on the crucial plat. Other segregationist groups Is 'strictly law abiding . Ev. I' ce aircraft would heck
and got exactly nowhere. ,,00''Thursday In support of demands form Issues, gave him 32 votes have cut Into the Klan field et member 1* worn to uphold 'the (,ull.We :
body here could explain bow it I for a to per cent Increase In for the nomination, and sup. lln'"e the UjS. Supreme Court tl,.' law, and any member vlo. Itll.r over the tropl' al At.
could have happened I their last! wage of $31.60 a ported his choice for the vice c order against segregate pubiiler > 1'' "g this oath would be ban. I land and the Caribbean Sea WILLIAM E MILLER: !
Now If someone should dig up ,week. The government/ of. pre: ;dentlal nomination Wll. I -,Is 10 rears ago t> d forever from this sis: was reported iather un. 1.i ';
a body i l r( I 14 0< o t. loan E. Miller of New York KUII leaders u'JInli'J; / jrt L ",, organl. I sett: '." GOP NOMINEE FOR Y1ClBWR'j' ..

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2 COLLIER COUNTY' NEWS FMday. July 17, 1961 Scout JamboreeGets Protestants Aid .

U.S. Advisor In S. Viet Has Under WayAt r 7 Catholics Feed YOUR CHURCH

Valley ForgeVALLEY j Needy In Brazil DIRECTORY

Been In Tough Spots BeforeMT. FORGE, Pa. (AP- 1)10 [1)1\ JANHRO: (APV

The Boy Scout Is a swapper. i" nnin' cithoiirs and Protei ---. .
He'll give almost anything to i 1 i\ .. )pituid
KATAHDIN, Maine (AP) going on and looking for any get almost anything. And some i i < pmcruu I' that. 1st (.Nttlncin PULL GOSPELCOMMUNITY OF GOD

Twenty.flve years ago today a trail or landmark that I might stuff he sells for a profit. I I i+" 'ii I i I lodii tu more than two : CHURCH Shailowlawn, Ave., E. Naplt

12.year.old Boy Scout from Rye, run across Like the deer hides 15-yeai- ( F i..: i+,,,i i i .> .1\! flraziiiaos.I" Rn. Don I'aulM. Pa.tor
N.Y., disappeared near the fog. '1 found an old burlap Ug old Skipper Netherly of Jun 1 I 11 ,,cr.lnl. which jtt't. Usi Paul 111011.
Her George School 10
shrouded summit of Mt. Katah. hanging to a tree and 'jmade tlon, Tex., brought along, plus i '1'H, -, I nom U.s. Fond lori Sunday a.m.
din myself a sleeping bag. I a number of Mexican knives. 1 i" I"> I IN II'> biKKfit 01 t Its kind Awlnlaiit Pastor Morning I Worship 11 arm

Nine days later, Donn Fendler crawled Into It each night and "I want $10 for the hides,' he At ii.' \I"I, lit. Dominion Dr., Aval** Estate Evening: Worship 7:30: p.m

stumbled out of the wilderness pulled my shirt over my head said, "and I'll take $5 for the It t,, LJII tl!'rc tears ago withi South Naples Youth ServiceTuesd

nearly naked, half starved, and in that way was able to knives." He hoped to have takers i I i, "itul! ol orkri. TOlD, Sunday Srheel 1000 a.m. at 7:30 p.m.

scratched, bruised and insect have a good sleep." near the end of the weeklong ii' ,nh I 10 ,000 men and women, Morning Worship! 11 a.m. Mid-Week Service Thursday
bitten. He lived on strawberries, win. sixth national Jamboreethat I' i DI th'm on j part-time bais -
Fendler's stamina and cool tergreen and water from stag started officially today on u 'I c ,Iiltrlbuh' th..lr time to this Sunday Evening 7 p.m. at 7:30: p.m.

headedness won the nation's nant pools. the green hills and valleys of t Irk ManlfIt retired businessT tVti Player Service 7:30p.m.: _

praise In 1930. "The nights were so dark and historic Valley Forge )>Mi end\ housevuves. -.- GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

On that July IT' while hiking cold. I could hear the queerest It began when an aerial bomb The U.S. government supplies CENTRAL P. O. Box 214 Naples, Fla.

with his father, Donald, and noises. I thought a lot about exploded high In the sky to slg. a the:: luod and transports It to BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Braird Pastor

twin brother, Ryan Donn trieda bears. And then one day I saw nal the raising of 1,800 flags as Brazilian docks. But once there, 750 Seagate Drive lominlon( Rd., Avalon Estates

short cut and berame lost. two. I was scared and I guess the 52,000 participating scouts the: job becomes the responsible North Naples East Naples

The largest-up to then- they were as scared as I, because and leaders stood at attention. Itv of Brazilian men and women ....torRev. SUNDAY SERVICES

search party ever organized In when I ran away they ran Joseph A. Brunton Jr., chief and organizations, headed by Occur MrCollum Bible School 10:00 a.m.
New England spent day after the other way." of the nation's SVt million the: Brazil Voluntary Agency Worship 11:00
Sunday Service Morning : a.m.
day on the mountain's barren Finally, Donn came to a scouts, looked over the city of This allies the Catholic Relief
brook. From his scout training and said "This Service the Protestant Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Service 7:00: p.m.
rags.: At the end of a week, 30,000 tents rep. .
he knew that If he followed It Worship Service 11 a.m. Evening Worship 8:00 p.m.
hope was virtually The resents what's good about World Service and Lutheran
gone. ... ,.. ... WED. EVENING SERV.
boy had no food and was thinly he'd eventually come to a river. America." /II' ", " - World Relief, all cooperatingwith Bible ClnEte! 6:30: p.m.

'lad. As he hiked along he found a The trading tents were Brazilian agencies.\ Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Bible Study andPrayer
But on July 25, the exhausted telephone line. The line led him Jammed with hundreds of boys ROME CEREMONY Pop Paul VI embraces Costs of the program In Brazil Service 7:30 p.m.

Donn reached the shore of the to the east bram'h. from every state In the nation, Mar Jan Willebrind after h* consecrated the Dutch-born are almost totally paid by the IMMOKALEE Choir Practice 8:15: p.m.

Penobsrot River's east branch After a few dayi rest In a and from many of the 44 foreign prelate a* titular, bishop, of Miurlana at St. Peter' Basilica Brazilian church organizations. METHODIST CHURCH

35 miles from the mountain. Bangor Hospital, Donn had a countries. They sat croas-legged The Brazilian government helpsby Rev. Richard Howe Pallor TRINITY-BY-TiIE-COVE

His faint cries were heard hero's welcome. on the grass floor or crowded stretched between the buildings. giving duty-free entry to the SUNDAY EPISCOPAL! CHURCH '
Later he was a guest of Presl. food from America, providingsome Port Royal
by Nelson McMoarn, who ra. around wooden tables. Of Low
Poverty It's all he knows. Here he was Morning Worship, 8:30 A 11
hoed across from his sporting dent Franklin D. Roosevelt at They had cigar boxes, shoe warehouses and some The Her. Kich.rd T. Lambert
born here he lives and here or
Hyde Park, N.Y. and the two, boxes I transportation.But Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Services I
camp. paper bags, stuffed with In other he Sundny
some squalid place
exchanged autographs.Donn Caste In IndiaIs the firm backbone of the Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
To newsmen Dunn related his neckerchiefs, shoulder patches, probably will die. Holy Communion 8 arch
became a Seabee In lapel operation is the mass of men M.Y.F., 6:30: p.m.
story I patches, stuffed turtles, Dorn untouchable the low. Fa-nlly Worship, Church
When he realized' he was lost, World War II. After graduation rattlesnake rattlers, oystershells UnbelievableNEW est caste In India's social, system and women who volunteer their Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.TUESDAY School and Sermon-10:00 a.m.

''I shouted but got no reply. I from the University of Georgia, rocks and metal rings. the of time.
Itrled to find, north but ,Couldn't. he elected to make the Army his The scouts have been rolling boy's prospects a Through them food Is distributed Men's Prayer Service 7 p.m. Wednesday
India AP .\ future nil.
DELHI, ( )- brighter are virtually Holy Communion, 9:30: a.m.
career in In cities such as Rio De Choir Practice, 8:00: pm.
After that It ofT here since
was Just a < ass Tuesday. With
In the dust and It takes all his father can make
boy squats Holy Days
Today MaJ. Donn C. Fendler them came 60 carloads of bag. Janeiro and Sao Paulo, and, WEDNESDAY
taunts an ant with a stick. The' as a to keep the family
sweeper Communion at 8
Is In another rough si>ot. He Is a Cage. more difficult, In many small Midweek Prayer Service, a.nt
ant races about frantically, and allvp. Money for an education Is
special forces advisor In South Everything reached Its des. towns and communities In the Adult & Children, 7:30: p.m. --
the lad smiles on his unwilling out of the question.
Viet Nam, on his second tour or( tlnatlon, a spokesman said vast Brazilian Interior. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH
ex. -
playmate.This Even for this urchin things
duty In that war-torn nation.; Asa cept one pair of tweezers. The network now Includes 12,. OF NAPLES
might be a glimpse of a, could have been worse. He
specialist In guerrilla warfare, 000 Catholic distribution centers EVERGLADES Third Av*., So. A Sixth St.
t child at play In the United i could have fallen Into the handsof
the 37-year-old graying father of that reach two million persons Rev.. John W Stomp
States but the differences are! professional beggars who centers that U... H. G. Welebecker, pastor
four again risks his life dally. and 3,200 Protestant Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
OFFERED sharp and clear. would have maimed him In in.t
S. School 10
reach half a million. mloy a.m. Services on Sunday
The boy Is dirty, sickly and t fancy to stir sympathy among
Morning Worship a.m.
Animals living In present- COVINOTON, Ky. (AP) A the rags! he wears leave his I alms givers. Such sights are not 0:30 a.m.

b day Florida during the glacialage Methodist church recently I emaciated frame half-naked. He I uncommon in this ancient clvUl.I -
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE included the bears bison splashed this invitation across plays In a dusty narrow strip I> ration still struggling towardthe Rev. Stump Back COPELAND BAPTIST ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC

1' RADIO SERIES armadillos, camels cats deer, Its outdoor bulletin board: between two dilapidated build. industrial revolution. MISSION 3rd St. &: 10th Ave., So.

ground sloths elephant I "You Can Go Higher Than The ings, smelly and Uttered with I Prime Minister Lai Bahadur On Presbyterian Rev Clyde Martin Father, Bernard U filth
Moon Lessons Offered Here Shastri's Socialist government Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Masses 6-8-1011
horses, mastodon, peccaries,
10 Sunday filth.Home On Sunday
i.m. Every tapirs and wolves. Every Sunday." is a tattered tarpaulin I i is trying to better the lot of In. Pulpit Worship Services Weekdays 7 a.m. only

WNOG .dla's downtrodden, but what Rev. John W. Stump will be I II I a.m and 7:30: p.m. Confession: Saturday

.. .... .. ..... --_ ..............._..--... ... .,. could ..nv., rgln... do right away_ Prayer Meeting 4 to 5 and 7 to 8
iimmmmmniHimmmiimmmMiHimimiimiimiiiniiimininiiiiiminiu "" _'"''''''' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiinimiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiinni' ' iH.l back, In the pulpit of the First p.m. pm.
r j. today, when 3S6 million of Us J Presbyterian Church Sunday are Wednesdays at 8 pm. Sunday School I 9 a.m.

\ 463 million people are Illiterate, I ter being in St. Petersburg the Confraternity Clan of

when five million of its citizens ;I past week where he served as Christian Doctrine

are utterly homeless? 4 dean of the Florida Synod Lea CHOKOLOSKEECHURCH Mondays at 7:30: p.m.
Yo" Are CorJialnviteJ The grim, grinding poverty dershlp 4 Training School at the OF GOD

engulfing India's masses makesa I Florida Presbyterian College. Sunday School 10 a.m. EAST NAPLES

stark Impression because It Is Miss Polly Williams, direc. Morning Worship 11 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH
so Inescapably widespread and ,t tor Christian Education of the -
tightly woven Into the fabric of ,church, also served on the fao Shadowlawn!' Ave.. East Naples r
Indian life.Bizarre MARCO CHURCH OF GOD Rev Ladies Barge, Pastor
the Church
Richards .Roofing Service Naplo fo CIrtttcn ,i contrasts result: ulty.Rev.. David Dietzel of Lake Ira D. Hancock pastor Sunday

Phono-Ml f -nl A, destitute family lives In a Alfred occupied the pulpit here Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

I Sunshine HardwareYour ditch beneath the wall around a ;in the absence of Rev. Stump. Evening: Worship 7:15: p.m.tornlng Worship 11:00 a.m..

rich man's magnificent mosque. -- Training Union 7:00
Store'I ,
Compl.l.' Hardware I ''iii'
S men sweat to put over. Evening Worship 8:00: p.m.
111 Ilk Ave. e. t.elk wa b..a loaded
t *" CUCtli: { II uM.v . carts while shiny little Plan To Build GOODLAND ' "1 Wednesday
Naples ex'all"S'or' " -" f/01 ;, ear weave, In an Barefooted Women workers at a Sunday School, 9 a.m.
MO Mh Avo. Ser ) Home For Aged Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.
construction site take bricks off Rev. Richard T. Lambert ,
Adult Choir Piactic 8:15:
The Bank of Naples a Western-bullt truck and ba At Fort PierceMIAMI p.m.
NaplM and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church I lance a dozen on their heads as JErTOVATTs WITNESSES -_.-

Co owiounty S.net IMS'Mambor they walk to a wall going up. A (AP) The Grand Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue NAPLES PARK
F,D I C and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. well-fed Indian businessman United Order of fall bearers of Minister Wallace Endres BAPTIST CHURCHRev.

shoos a stray bullock off the America, Inc., today began a Bible Study Wed. 8 Marlon E. Wareier
Hartley's Variety Store lawn of his comfortable cottage. campaign to raise $100,000 to Minister School Fri 7:30: Sunday School 10 a.m.
M Ninth Itroot. SmithBob's build a home for the aged at
I !Service Meeting Fri 8:30 Morning Worship 11 a.m.
.,. . :: .;, <: .' : p.m.
> ; < " Fort Pierce.
.. ,, . Evening Worship 7:30
> : > Public Addicts Sun. 5:30: p.m. : p.m.
t Pastry Shop '''j' PresbyteriansTo "We have two acres at Fort ,
-" Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30: p.m
II* tin St. No. Ml M7U f '" ( 's. ,, : v Pierce and we hope to begin Watch Tower Stuly Sun. 6:45:
"Frtih B.fc.d Good. Duly.: i ,1 'y : g-: ... Hold Family building next year," said Mrs. -
'MI != ,
Naples Federal Savings! ,, if 1 ; :. ., Night SupperMembers of the organization which CHURCH OF NAPLES CHURCH OF NAPLES

I and Loan Association ,.. -"" l .. ..." 1 of the First Pres. began here In 1937 and now Mandarin Dr Coquina Sands First Avenue, S. A Fourth St.

101 1110 Ave. So. Ml. I-oil .v. "- byterlan Church will hold a family claims 8,000 members In Flor. Minister Pastors Itev. Harry C. Parham

.. --1 night supper at 6:30 o'clock Ida. It operates only In this state. Rev James W, Mackey Sunday Worship 11 a.m.
Jim's Sunoco : tf' "*." "" .. 1- Tuesday night In Spencer Fel. "It Is a charitable organlza Bible School 0:45: a.m. Sun. Eve Worship Serv. at 7:30:

Lifetime Guaranteed Mulflor ---- low ship Hall. I tlon," Mrs. Brown added. "We Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Ml I-MM or 11471 N.plnrte. t +r .,--- A family of two should bringa I take care of the sick, assist in Choir Practice Wednesday 7:30: Junior, Intermediate and
Wo owe Stomp I 1 burying the dead and flnan.
I covered dish large enough to Vesper service 5 p.m. Sun. Senior Fellowship, 6 p.m.
1 clal aid where needed.
I serve eight people.Rainmaker. Prayer MeetlnrCHURCi'iOF"cIIRIS'r
Naples Coin Laundry . Joseph Parris of Fort Pierce, Wednesday at 8 p.m.
SD .d Qu..n Wa.hortBIS a treasurer, said the order's name
Soy W.th ,yer :'came from Its original Tamiami Trail at 14th Av., N. ----:
I puprpose
41. N, Whitman, Blvd .'
U S Hwy Sets Up .burying the dead. Chariot Whartcn II. minister ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC
: Open 14 Hours N NaplM' :
w I He said that tenant Sunday
W Hoorr, Ownor. In Hastings Okla. years ago .
--- I farmers were Just put in the Bible study 10 a.m. Igli Building comer of

Naples Furniture Co. tl ;q ., t9 .. HASTINGS, Okla. (AP)-This i I ground and covered up when Morning worship! 11 a.m.Even'ng Goodwin Bonita Street and the Trail
town of 200 people which has I they died. Springs
MM No. Timloml Troll worship 7:30
1. been forced to go to nearly dry "People banded together and : p.m. Father Joseph E. Beaumont

BB Builders Specialties.; J Kid 1 d5 Y .,, farm ponds for water, is keep. 'started paying dues so they Wednesday Sunday Masies 7:30: 9:30: a.rr-

Troll North MI MJM 7 Ing an eye on a self.proclaimed'''could be sure of a decent burl DIMe: study 7:30 p.m. Confession: Prior to

Plywood' Doors sudden Hdw. 7 e, raln.m.ker. 'al." nnrtay MassesIMMOKALEE
5chloae RUllWln O..r Lochs He said burials ceased to be GRACE LUTHERA\ -
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John Miller of Oklahoma City ,the chief function of the orderas CHURCH OF NAPLES

Lamplighter Cafeteria r ,. has set up four of his rainmak. I the lot of the Negro Improvedand Missouri Synod FIRST
,*. 41 to.ot i Ing machines and told officials BAPTIST CHURCH
Downtown 0 now It Is taking up other U. S. 41 and 12th Ave. No.
4 Corner Napla. Flo of this southern Oklahoma town ,projects. Pastors hey U E. Daniel

he would produce rain. Pastor Worship 11 a.m. A: 7:30: pot.Sunday .
C A. Anderson Rev. George \\. Price
CH ICEI Only If he succeeds In produc. School 9am. iChure't
Intoner I Exterior .
Painting DecoranyW.Ilpe I Ing three Inches of rain by Mon. On the Moslem calendar. Service 10:30: a.m. IMMOKALEE

poring 1 day over the watershed serving 354 days make a year, except Holy Communion CHURCH OF GOPFiret
Pt.,. lot, lint P.O. Son 121 Hastings Lake will he receive in leap years which occur 11 ;
Noplat, Florid. John is thinking about "what he wants to be." 'j'I $400. times In a 30-year period. Sunday each Month Pistons Rev. O. P. O'Bannon

---- No, he doesn't want to be n jet pilot nor a nuclearphysicist -- Sunday School 10 a.m.

Marathon Dredging Corp. nor n lawyer, nor an actor, nor a doctor, THI CHURCH FOR All i TIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Morr'"ir Worship 11 a.m.

Marine Land Conitruction DevelopmentMl I and nor yet a banker, bnker. or chemist. John has decided All FOR THI CHURCH I SCIENTIST Evening Worship 7:36: p.m.

1-4)21 Naple Florid' He wants to be a MINISTER. Central Avenue at 6th Street --
The Otimh the .1
1 M tfrtntrot
Trail Builders I wondered if his father or his uncle or anyone l.ulor on e.inh, fix the build- Sunday Service' 11:80: arm BONITA SPRINGS

Supply else in the family is a minister Strangely enough, not! Inn I of ttiiirmMfi' mil, Iw, *1iiiiennhip Sunday School 11:00: a.m. ASSEMBLY OF COD

Company make lot of and knowing John, he .II.iiurAiltrhua t J Wed. Evening Meeting 8 p.nt Rev. Roland Jones
He won't a money, ? .
Napl.t. Florida' of I 'tt Reading: Room 520 Park Sr. Sunday School 10 a.m.
..... : certainly w n't particularly like the idea of getting ii mrunK: "I\h .;; neither: h Mon. Wed Fri. Morning Worship 11 a.m.

West Coast Furniture up to "preach" to people. Definitely he won't have a d\,'imxr.unor uuli/iii.m' fJ1t' 10 a.m. to I p.m. Evening Service 7:30: p.m.

Complet.lnt.nora' big shiny car to make his calls I wondered why John run .umt*, Their .ini""i I Prayer Meeting Wed.7i30p.rn.

..* Mh Ave. So. Naplo. '1.. had decided to devote a lifetime to service In the Sound rt.imini. win area, KMM\NfEL LUTHERAN
ml fI
iwraon .il If MIM.I- '
Charles R, LeBuff Church. ttul.irlv: and supp;: ..n th< CHURCH OF NAPLES CHURCH OF GOD

I asked John for frank answer and he told memany chuh'h.keThe: > art : I II K. i I'> (I..C.A: for. 10th St. A 11th .Ave., N.
Cabinet Shop ; ; ,
r.'i Km hi.* >'hit' Mooring Line & Bow Line Dr Rev David
Detail Cabmen Furniture Repoir small accumulative experiences which boiled dr'en'esacoke' >i F"i i 1' ilir, ,k,. in the Mooring Lanltr
Antique' Reproduction* down to this : A ttrong Otrittlaii iaflutHte from, of has .'ullln"lRlt.lIIoln, ..11"11: I'olorr Dr. Harland D. Fagne Sunday School 10 am.Morning .
4* Itth St. So. Ml I-ISM / .pi.itolall'a/.t. 'I.'l'th\'k.'llh.h..r\h' Worship 11 a.m
/alllilyl'iflldlalldlIH"/llI'illd/fda J Sunday School 9 a.m.
Jimmie Gibbs nets and del'ofiorl/ irhleli terms/ to It latent in e'erg, ilwlf, 'nulrri.il*hnh: :ntwb nupinni I hi:* MX I'l'1'i ;n\inml ; !I Church Service 10:30: a.m. rvanjrelistle Tuesday Prayer Service Meeting 7:30 p.m.

human IfaOf we can't all be like John. 1 r s
Plaiterma A Masonry Contractor / course r" ,II" w rhunh n'" \ 7:30 p.m.
.: Ptiono Ml I-JI4 Few of us have received the stimulus to devote our and, rrd, t pour fllII, I nl.I FIRST BAPTISTlIt'RCH Thursday YPE 7:30 p.m.

-- entire life to the Church. But some of John's spirit '
Der Veer
does dwell in all of us. Too often we are unaware \
Music Center that this miraculous gift from God. Rekindle ... Robert Martin, pastor CHAPEL
possess I',.'.
School Rev Eric
Sunday 9:15 am.Morning C. We Won
Complete ,Inetruction DepartmentIn your spirit by going'to church this Sunday, l' ,
ony Inatrum.ntSNEET Worship 10:30 I.nl.Sundl' School 9:45 am.

IM. till St.MUSIC N. DEPT.MI 5-e551 Cupyrifht I**. Koiator Advortuinf Sorvlct, Inc., Su aburg.Va Training Union 6:30: p.m. Worship Services
n Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m. A 8 p.m.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday WEDNESDAY Training Union 7 p.m.

p Gatti Isaiah John John Acts Romans G.Istians Galatisna Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 8
6:1.13: 1:35.42 1:43.51: 0:1.16: 10:5.17: 111.5 ll1.24Cleaners p.m.

Naples laundry d dr K wS* &TVm
.. JijiIII""R": ; -
Inc. -
I IMS Mi A.... t. Ml IMM"Ono VOTE Thin directory will appear regularly eael *.** MIke
Day torvlct Avu."," I.! RAIL I I BUFF The Rev Edward Button take a rid NEWS. All churches in the reualy are trged to phoM or

en the footplate of his Iece.motive eft the narrow gauge .I'lt. la a., chug or rorrerttoM a* they attar
WIIIIIIltIIIIIlUUllIIllUllIlIllIlIlIllIIllIIllIIllIllIUlII: / track lie laid, n garden el his vicarage, at Cadcby England'

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By Sue Glover

L Sjfgi Bow Line : S em't like I've heard aom.old.tlm.rt Grant MI, Charlene 2-6071 Tipping, Sharon

in the area cay you Robinson, Bllla Hall, Donna Par
can build up an Immunity to mos. tin, Rita and Wanda Oasperson
I BY NOMIE ROGERS quite bites I wonder just how and Marva Hall. Election of of.fleers .
Phone Mt2.3634fish I much mosquito venom It take for the association was;
to become Immune. The ones followed by lunch served In the

1 am sitting here In my air yarns and Frances show- that bite me sting more than the ladles of the Lehlgh Acre Baptist
day before and and You Church. Mary Grant on> of
on on.
living room, yet rm Ing us how to make hats and .
the counsellors for the East Naples .
might say their jettln' next to
thousand of miles away attend- stuff. Then, too, who will bringall ,
group, said that her group ]f
Ing the Republican the back the Harbor meA
convention trophies to
; e" few Sunday's ago we were girls were selected to pi e<(cnt a
Isn't It thrilling And still I from the Saturday night In Fort Myers and decided to skit at the August 28 meeting;

find myself taking It all fo rgrant- square dances, like the one he drive out to the beach with to be held in The Riverside Bap.
ed, as I did the time I watchedthe brought back last Saturday. The friends. There are such crowdson tlst Church of Fort Myer

workmen put a walltelephoneIn prize was a large roll of money, the beach you have to park The newly elected director 3f
our library, on the farm.. but from what 1 saw of it, he blocks away unless you get there W.M.V will Introduce Miss: He.
or the time we visited Aum jenny won't dare spend any of it-. IIrly We were there around 2:30 len Master, missionary) at fits!
In Lyons and hid behind Mom know what I mean? and the place was chock full. meeting Miss Masters will dlr. tit
when Aunt Jen lit a small pieceof Now when I say Frances is On hamburger stand In a build. act her speech to the girls Par.
Ing that has a pavilion fronting cots of any girls from the E ist
pipe sticking out of the wall showing us how to make hats
on the beach was packed with Naples Baptist Church are urred;
just by I'm Several of the
turning a valve and put- not fooling.
young teenagers dancing the to plan to attend this meeting;,
ting a match to iu. the time Lassies around here have not
twist to a live band. What reall)' Raymond Johnson of Areca
who Dad was ill, and mother only made one..they are wearing Intrigued me was the Ingenuity) Avenue who ha* been ailing for
called our doctor In town and them. In fact, Edith Sholz of the small fry, There were do. some time now wa* admitted to ,
Instead of his white horse and has two that I know of. 1i tens of children from toddler age Naples Community Hospital this r1
surrey he came roaring up the Now that 1 have gone this far, up to teen ap doing a junior week Our best wishes to you, ly

lane to the front door In a brand 1 may as well tell the whole version of surfing Their surfboards Raymond, for a speedy recovery -- . k ............... ... .' .
new 1913 automobile which not thing-Mine Is nearly done and i were small surf board Thursday night the Duress Sun.
shaped pieces of ply wood.There day School Class of the East Na. kiss from his wife makes
only scared me to pieces but I if it turns out OK I shall wear U
hid were no waves on the shallow plea Baptist Church held a pot. Jay Yoder of Bradenton doubly happy that he
In the hayloft for hours. to church just to that all
prove beach, and it sure takes dexter luck supper for members and MRS the first place winner in the outofcountysnook
This may seem funny to us my spare time Is not spent on ity and skill to ride the small their families at the church division (NEWS photo)
now but I can't help wondering the golf course, or pier. Maybe / surf boards. The trick Is to annex

If the children of tomorrow will with a hat on, Rev. John Stump take a running start parallel to Bill Shaeffer and his fimlly
be as frightened of their first won't know me If I happen to the beach holding the surf board from Baltimore have been visit. Winner Of Fishing Prize
sight of a moonman or as they sneak In late again. flat against the body Then when Ing with his brother, Russ Shaef.
step out onto the moon on their Newell and VI Cornish have you've picked up speed,jou throw ter of Airport Road.
first trip with Dad. Seriously, enjoyed visits from Mr and Mrs. the board In front of you and Jumpon. Mrs. Mabel Heebnrr, Connect.
I though, after listening to the Leonard Teague of Ishpemlng. You skim along on water only Icut Avenue, left last week on an Has High Praise For Naples
opening prayer, and the speeches Mich., also Mr, and Mrs. Earl I few Inches deep. It's quite a extended vacation She will visitin
of trick to keep your balance and not Connecticut and attend the -
such personalities as Gen Wood from Tampa but formerlyof Landing 28-pound snook at of "all fine fel'
let the board scoot out ahead of World's Fair before returning to a string names -
eral Ike and Mrs. Ely Peterson, Iron Mt., Mich.. VI and New- Pw u you but some of the small fry Naples in the fall. the fishing pier was an unfor. lows. And we mustn't forget Doug

I feel sure everything will come ell's home town. tMl+;M nw were really quite expert. Mrs. Inez Owens who suffered gettjble experience for Jay Yod. and Harry who operate the bait
out all right. One thing I am On July 10th, Ken and I entertained a badly Injured leg In a fall a er of Bradenton, but when he house. They're fine fellows too."
sure of Is that the Cow Palace our card club at a pot- NEW MARKETI ; couple weeks ago Is Improving was doUai,'IK! first place winner Like all true fishermen, Yoder
looked a lot different than it luck buffet supper and Canasta finally got around to visit rapidly, we're glad to hear. She in the "out of county snook dl. can paint a word picture of the
did when we were there for the with the following frlendst Jim leg the new meat market in East Is able to be up and about and to vision",, in the Greater Naples way he landed the 28-pound snook,
International Horse Show. Realizing and Esther Selvert, Glen and Naples on Davis Boulevard. It's welcome her friends, Chamber of Commerce Fishing "I 1 lost three In a row, using a
how huge that place Is, I Erna Baer, Harold and Julia the Lazy B Meat Market. 1 en. tournament' he literally jumped rod and reel too light to get their
joyed talking with the owner Luby HOT-RODDERS with joy.Voder. heads out of the water, so I
should think the would need and -" ' -'
pages Hulpleu. Mary Lloyd Uhl lt* Kirkland who was born here and Bill Grant of East Naples wona expressed unbounded rigged up a cane pole about nine
scooters. Charles and Edith Schubert and MR. AND MRS. LEHOY ARTEL enjoy the cool lived all his life In Naples. Ha trophy two weeks ago for win. enthusiasm" for Naples and the feet long with a wire leader about
Allen and Marge Halg. "Natur breezes from the coast vacationland as they was really born in Belle Meade nig the feature race four conse. people he met here, when he the same length. Using two swiv.
GLORIOUS 4TH ally", the gals were way aheadat stand in front of their home at ::1 Sea Road Ken- which was a little settlement that cutlve week at the Dixie Speed paid a visit to the NEWS office els, one at the top and one about
The gift of the month (from each table, going Into the final nebunk, Maine. Mrs. Mattel I is the former Grace sprang up near what Is now the way north of Fort Myers. He with his wife. lwo>thlrds of the way down, and
Esso) I received this week seem game, when Ken left the room Ann Schultz of Naples, daughter of Chef Schultzof Isles of Capri road. In those day's wa driving his car No. 64 Jr. "I want to congratulate the shrimp for bait, I was In bus.
and returned the railroad ended there. Later friendly people of Naples for Incas and the next one didn't get
ed very appropriate at this time.It In a few minutes in the sportsmani division of
the Beach Club and Mrs. Grace Schultz.
was a copy of the "Declara- with a dress on, and announcedthat I believe the rallro'd ran across the stock car race program Car their warm hospitality and par. away."
don of Independence" done In he had heard somewhere that ( McGrath photo) the Inlet to Marco Island, but In No. 85 owned by Kenneth and tlcuUrly those In the Naples Reflecting upon his experl.

simulated oiled parchment, witha if you couldn't beat 'em, join those days Luby said they used Bobby McCollum of East Naples Trailer Park who helped make cores during his stay and think.
white As I readit eml I II to drive a horse drawn wagon won the feature race at the our six week stay most enjoy. Ing of Neapolitans, Yoder com.
pen. over the dirt trail to get to Na. Dixie last week Though reU. able, Yoder said. merited, "You are lucky people,
over and looked at those sign only wish you could have seen Legion tradedat "In all living In the best country In the
Auxiliary pies for supplies. They lively new at racing, they are my travels I've never
atures, my only concern Is that him, although It didn't do him a store operated by Bill House showing great promise. seen a city with nearly all the world, and In one of the finest
we are unable,when we are young, or his buddies any good they that stood right about where the Rev and Mrs Ledles Bar. avenues running tirough:. to the cities on the west coast of Hor.
to realize what a wonderful day still lost. We did have fun, Collier County Mews building Is go, Hawthorne Court, have been Gulf, giving access to the Gulf Ida."
each 4th of July is. though, but with all the good Seats New LeadersAfter now located. visiting in Kentucky but are ex. to beach lovers,"' he said in
Ken and I were saddened to food this gang brings to these Stop In and say hello to Lub y peeled horn this weekend. commenting on what he had seen

read of the death of Rep. Charlie suppers, then on Saturday nights a dinner meeting at Ba- guests for the evening were Mr. Kirkland at the Lazy B Meat Mar. Clarence Hair, nephew of Mr. here." This Is certainly an asset t t
Miner this week as we knew him with all the happy food at our ronl's Restaurant, Wednesday and Mrs William Elsele from i ket and wish him good luck In Ml and Mr. Valentine Ripley of to your town, or should I say Most Exciting,

very well when we lived in Cief pot luck suppers here at Land July 15th, American Legion Aux Port Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. new venture. Hawthorne Court, his wU and city? Naples Is bound to prosper

( wlston. ,Yacht Harbor, 1 ask you, how iliary were Installed. Special O.W. Allbritton, Sarasota, and drove Mr. to and Clearwater Mrs. Fred Redenbaugh last week 4 children, have been visiting' .and..11 10 its ale.future" growth Is hard to Mrs Miller Says
for week at the Ripley Mrs,
Understand the following folks in the world can I lose any -Mrs. Helen Caskey and Mrs. a
and enjoyed a visit with friends Hair she has fallen In love "We enjoyed the free fishing
will be leaving Naples Land Yacht weight? Mae Tedford from Port Char- says
Mrs. GoldwaterTo who live there with Naples in spit of the mot.quitoes pier where 1 caught! the big Of NominationSAN
Harbor Mr. and Mrs. lotte "
soon Mr. and Mrs. Clem WeUel of and the fact that she .nac ill.
George Huntoon, who are right CRUISE CLUB MEETSOn Leave TalkingTo Mrs Ehtel Echols, vice pre. Lake Kelly had their daughter, has had to keep the children Recalling acquaintances that he FRANCISCO (AP-
across the street from us, are Tuesday evening the Cruise sident of the local unit, presidedfor her husband and son visiting with indoors so, much. Tbey are mak. had made there, he rattled off a Amid the tumult of the nomln*.
having to give up their nice coach Club,held ;a supper meeting at Her HusbandSAN a brief business meeting. them last week from Pnnyl, Ing' the -most of tne beach.dur. .flan 'of her husband as Rel'uhl| >(V .
u their boys are back and they the Cove Congress Inn. We were Gifts from the president, Mrs, rania. ing their visit and It took awhile ran vice rrl"ldenthll11"1.11, .
need more room. They are moving invited as guests and enjoyed a FRANCISCO (AP)}-Mrs. Grace McCool, were presentedby On Thursday of this week for Clarence to believe that such Had Mrs Stephanie Miller wasasked
Barry Goldwater she'll\ Ball how Die felt at the
into town, so they won't be delightful dinner of rolled and travel the campaign says trail with Mrs. Echols to all past officers . Mrs. Norman Relnertson and a beautiful pier was Ir... Thursday Pages moment big
Mrs. Bill escorted
too far stuffed chicken breast after Due to Illness Mrs. Mc night h* and Mr. Ripley fish
away. her husband but she won't talk members of the Girls Auxiliary "What does It (.ellik. to hem In
Then the Les Wises are leav- which we all went to the audi politics In public. Cool was unable to attend. A of the East Naples BapUst Church lore ed off the the Hairs pier one ended last their time visit be. Sorry To HaveConvention shot k?" the candidate's pretty

ing for a trip of about two months. torium in the same building fora "It's not that I don't 1 like pub. silverware set bearing the aux to a W.M.U. association meet. to return to Richmond, Va. wife replied
While away they plan on visit short business meeting. When Hi life," Peggy Goldwater said iliary emblem was sent to Mrs. lug In Lehlgh Acres. The meet. The Bill Grant family droveto EndSAN She and her two oldest daughters .

ing Mrs. Wise's daughter, Mrs. this was over, Commodore Bill Thursday at her first news con. McCool "in recognition of a ing was held In the Baptist Cha. Moor Haven last Sunday to Elizabeth Ann, 20, and
Tom Rowe in St. Paul, Minn., Drumheller turned the meetingto ference since Goldwater was splendid year of service" pel at Lehlgh Acres Girls from visit with Mary's aunt, Mrs. FRANCISCO (AP)-The Mary Karen, 17, watched with
then to Itasca, ill, to see Betty Mr. and Mrs. Charles Folk- nominated by the Republicansfor Mrs. William Elsele, Eighth Nantes who attended the meeting Sally Shaw. They made It a real young Republican who served pride Thursday night as William
Blair, daughter of Mr. Wise. ems from: the Naples Travel president. District president, conducted the were Barbara and Charlotte round-robln trip and continuedon as pages st the Republican na. Miller, DO.year-old New York
Alice tells me they also planto Agency, who in turn Introduced "I'm not quite used to appear. Installation service The Eighth to Clewlston to visit Bill'sbrother tlonal convention were the sad. congressman and GOP national

visit the Dick Schweldlers in Mr. Angel who Is connected with Ing before the news media. Dist sgt. at-arms and chaplain, James Grant, and his dost of the "party people" toe chairman"It's the, was nominated.

Canada before returning here, the SS Ariadne and Its Caribbean time.Maybe" I'll get used to It some Mrs. Caskey, and Mrs. Tedford $40 Monthly sister, Mrs.C.L. McLendonthen * it end Thursday nlglit."We've that ever happened most exciting" Mrs. thin Mtn);
had ball said Rush ;
off to Lake Harbor where they a ,
In she Cruises. He showed moviesof assisted
sometime August. Hope Mrs. Goldwater, 55, stood on a Medical Limit visited with Bill's aunt and uncle, Mllant, 1S, of Waco, Tex. er said when her husband'*
says hello to Laura and Dick for some of these lovely cruises yellow box to look out over the The following officers for the Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pope. They "You hot," chimed In John name first was being mentioned
us and we will be looking for and told us of a special cruiseto rostrum at a crowd of about 150 local unit were Installed) Fixed By Board returned home by way of Clewls. Drown, 17, of Dallas seriously at the onventlon, butt
them back here in the fall. Jamaica and Haiti which will in the ballroom of Gold-water's President Muriel Atlbrtghtj ton and the Devil'a Ci.rdena Road. These two, along with Carolyn she said she was "trying to keep'
On Thursday of this weekSam" take seven days and will be headquarters hotel. first vice president, Grace Mc JACKSONVILLE (AP) The The Grant girt very first "pup.py Bennett, 2'i, of San Antonio, my nerves settled and my feet
my and Frances Mason will be available, at a special price to Asked If she would rather be Cool; second vice president, State Welfare Board has voteda pet", Rennle, which they fell were pages for the Texas dele. on the ground
pulling out (with their little play all the members of the Cruise In politics or stay quietly at Irene Cadenheadj treasurer, )40 a month limit on medicinefor heir to In June, accompanied rail CKI, Mow did they get their At 41, Mrs. Miller, Is the

house trailer) hooked on behind Club, and their invited guests, home, she said "no comment"so Ruby Rlneri; chaplain, Ethel anybody on welfare them on the trip. jobs? mother of four children The
softly it could scarcely be The action was taken Thursday 11 "You make application to thekUte two others, who stayed bark at
their car for a two or three leaving Miami Nov. 28th. Fager historian, Ruth Moreauj board told The 3 to shift at Naples
months vacation of "Just rambling The club heard. at arms ( Townsend. after the was Community Hospital held a sur. committee," said Carolyn their summer home near Olcotf
some sgt. ,Virginia .
expects Mrs. Goldwater, who stands 5. that there had been many abus.es. prls party July 14 at Lowder. The ones who wore pltked have N.Y., are William Jr., 5, and
It won't be the same three hundred take After the installation Mrs.
or people to feet.3 has blue and brown Stephanie who will be 3 In
eves milk Park In honor of Miss Imo folks whot Work hard for the Sep.
around here without Sam's big of this offer. So U Elsele! presented the local Har- from Mrs
advantage hair swept bark from a widow's The report came gen West who is leaving soon party, keep the car handy, or I tember
you are Interested call Commo- peak and streaked with blonde. dee R. Mills auxiliary unit,three Grace H, Stewart, director of for Ohio. She plan to return to give money. Things like that The Millers were married In
dore Bill Drumheller, for any She thinks the most Importantjob citations from Eighth District) public assistance for the state Naples In the fall. "This one's had a lot of ex.cltpment 1943 In their hometown of Lock
JeffresMargaret further Information,or any mem- of a nominee's wife Is "to be First, for outstanding work In welfare department She said A nurse's watch waapresented In It," he said I port, N.Y., shortly after she was
ber of the club, and do It SOON. able to meet people and just be the child welfare field; second, one case Involved more than to Miss West and luncheon was "I've been called every name I graduated from Lockport High
E. Jeffres. 50, died There were 109 members and sort of natural, 1 guess" 100 per cent reward for rehabilitation $300 worth of medicine In a served at the park In the bonk," said one young a*. :School Mrs Miller, then 19,
early Thursday morning at her friends at the dinner meetingand The hardest part 1st "TJ S." work for veterans hospitals month. Mrs Bill Grant daughters, ftlitanl serjeant-at-arms from I said she'd met young lawyer
The board voted to permit a 1 I Bill\ when he handled
to a civil
and "I'm supposed
Barbara Charlotte were accompanied Tennessee
third award for
home on Bonita Springs Beach the applause was loud and ; a special make
medical review team to
on a day's outing to keep people off the floor.They're ''rue for her mother, Mrs Mary
it announced that the unit's book for the best
when DanceAt
was Teen-Age press
Road. long exception to the $40 limit incases Fort Myers lattSaturday by Paul all brothers or aunts of 1 Wagner, who now resides In
She is a native of South Dakota the meetings would all be heldat news and pictures.The of emergency.Chairman ette Bryan. big khots. I Buffalo, N.Y.
and has lived (In Bonita the Congress Inn Auditorium Tahitian Cove district school of Instruction J. Hal Stalling of John Siring of Boston Is a

Springs for the past five years. from now on, also everyone voiced Tomorrow NightThere will be held August 21n Lake Tampa reported that the medl. HARMONY SHORES young attorney who also was It a recipe for two egj
She was a member of the Lutheran their approval of the dinner Placid. cal advisory committee of the Mr. and Mr*. Cox are still charged with seeing that "unau. 'I whites! and you happen to have
Church. and the way we were treated. will be teen-age dance board had approved a policy of awaiting the arrival of the new thorlznd persons" were not ad. |put more thin two In a jv, use
Mrs. Jeffres is survived by I am all excited as Ken said tomorrow night at the Tahitian THE RED MASS making birth control a part of Harmony Shore manager. They milted onto the floor ont-quarttr cup of the whites,.(;:
her husband, William Jeffres of we could go on the cruise If Cove from 7:30 to 12 midnight.The COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) the welfare program are looking for them to arrive "The things 1 do for my par. ae.rarr.. ..
Bonlta Springs; one daughter, I would consider It, not only Echoes and the Jesters, Ohio's capital. Is among the I.,. The matter will and go before the about the middle of next wevkMr I', ," he groaned after the ump. MAICO
est of e number of communities public assistance legislative nth time he had his shins i
bands Cox plan to leave Thurs. |e >
will be
of Escondldo Christmas but Easter local playing at
Barbara Warriner my present committee in the next few
in which "Th Red M... has '
kicked ,
day to return to their home In by a pushing
Calif. son Marlin Keith brlthday, anniversary and the dance. week and probably will Hearing Service
one become sn annual tradition. come Maine but Mr Cox will be around crowd of those with tickets,
of San Calif. "Yom Kipper," as well. Only Advance tickets may be boughtat before the full welfare board at
Klinger Diego, More formally known as a for a few week till the new man. th, .MI without tickets and those Aide klt"rIfoo&& .n'ke '
and one brothel, two sisters and hope we are accepted. the House of HI Fl or Van Solemn Votive Maia of the Holy its Sept. IT meeting, h* said. gets get settled. w' o didn't know whether they. E. I. Krllh femlla IIprtnp 1
her mother, air of San Diego. Were invited out to the Theron Per Veer's Music Center or by Spirit, it Is sn invocation of divine Dr. and Mr. F.B. Jiff drop. jd tickets or not, r O. Box Ml WY 1-4511
Funeral Services and burial Ridges this week to look at their contacting any of the membersof stiiiUnce tat thou who "When, you (o to the trouble of cd III.t Harmony Short to ..
will take place in San Diejp. lovely new home they are hav- the bands for $1.00 per per make, plead, interpret or aprly preparing that delicious visa spend a few day before return.
The Richard A. Plttman Funeral ing built on Third Avenue, So. the law, A custom for centuries lihle dish, baked stuffed pots- Ing to their home In Southhamp.
Home was In charge of local They expect to move in when son.Members of the Echoes aret in Europe, it sets HI traditionalname toes, make *n extra bitch and ton, L.1. Maybe the heat got too
arrangements. they return from a vacation tripto Neal Van Der Veer, Larry Cope, from the red vestments freeier-ttore, Tney may e* much for them up there? < Wisconsin. Natalie King,Tomlny Pro enzano worn. unwrapped at serving time, and It sure will b* nice when all "us .f .
Went out to the opening of and Terry Kehoe. A society of Roman Cuholu heated unthawed (on a shallow the good folk who winter at Har. ,
CHURCH-GOING STATEATI.ANTAIAPThe club of the attorneys sponsors the annual par.) in a hot oven (400 degrees). mony Shore return,
and modem Jesters
the are
new very Red Man In Columbus, and st. Every Saturday Nitel!
Sin Chamber of Commerce Cienrgi( house at Golden Gate on Wednesday Riley Brack Bill Morton,Johnny torneyi, Judas, lawmakers and ,
says and was amazed at the amountof I Gtbbi, Steve Miller and Wally public officials of all riliiioui
the Itll. npintuil almo.pheris 8:00: P.M.
conducive to good industrial building and landscaping that Fredrlckson. faiths are invited FLY NAPLES
..d.llon.. has been completed since we
In des 1964 tnduntnal survey, were out there a short time ago. 'T MIAMI NAPLES SPEEDWAY

'ihi <.ri+,mber reportu: thai 11 per Had a call from Earnle tellingme

nl i*. Cjcnrgid'n reaidentu. are her sister, Mrs. Terry BurgerPalace Admission $1 .SO
.I imrth ..,mber*. (Audrey) Henson, is In the hospital fi: New Year Round Daily Schedule Students $1.00
"An incidental but .imporlnniproduct awaiting their first son or
h, uf uih a xpinluulli daughter Naples To Miami Children under 12 free

.i..rer. |I. It a rtlationtthip, to Before saying bye-bye, we 7,45 A.M. 1130 A.M. 3.45 PM.:
I.livable induMlrlal. condition," t M1. w
would like to knows If you saw
i\ <> the urvey. "It I ik. dff.ull
Miami To 4
two flies in your kitchen, whichone I 11 111 NpU COMING
i i. ttriMM animosity between enwrlncr" EAST NAPLESON
9Y.( A.M.
would was a cow- ; 2,15 P.M. 500P.M.
you say '
and w/rk
l l < employ air' HE TRAIL
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i..-elf ti"elhtr in their hush boy I would sad it wu the Ceeseetie.e *.d "....n.t....... (. .11 polat I II the week
jikl! Sunday '" hoeul.II one on the range. No'"T' >
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[ NtUJt'' jfr.; A..I..4,. JAMES/rest MARLOWB News An.lytl

FRIDAY JULY 17 1964 once In his ,., -
Never MV ,h'l,
SAN FRANCISCO ( ) he say a word about \I''' ", ,I.
Republican party under rouser' should be done
Gotdwater thinks i 'II, ,,11;trights
vatlve Sett Barry
for Negroes alt) .
oup II*

Now, How Was That Again? now palfn begins that is t 11III.presidential In the cam-zOt', cause against! of the his Johnson.vote la 51'.t'''II '1111,I.,.u,,

: century and will be remembared bill this ,
civil rights wits: w t

Senator Goldwater's acceptance speechat sumed that the nominee felt obliged to The for four-day generations convention that major and perhaps blnlJl i ( 'sue

San Francisco last night drew thunderous make some move that would blunt the made Goldwater the part)"' of It the is campaign.hard to believe o ," sill

applause from his several hun drive of Gov Wallace of Alabama, whichis candidate against Johnson the Demr"'rats' us not be one of the rough s 'mpalpis .

dred staunch but we seri President in this century-i""s II",
supporters certain to hurt Goldwater in the deep dull because his selection was a

ously doubt that many of them fully South if Wallace declines to withdraw foregone conclusion. But the implications the Less toughest.than two wee, .

understand exactly what the good Sena. from the presidential arena. are profoundThis will be Goldwater said one of the warn'ago,,

tor stands for. We readily admit that we Goldwater projects well on television, :r vastly different 1964 campaign from the 1L:1d issues of the campaign w" ,,1,1,i be

do not except that it seems he stands which admittedly is a great asset in these the Republicans have waged for the White"scandal House"hanging over 1 tht

for the sanctity of private property, the days and times, and he delivers his message ,l rTr' decades Previous than ones restraint hardlydid on Two nights ago, discussing!

principles of old time religion, thinksour far better than does General Eisenhower r' the more expansion of urge federal power Johnson's role In civil lights,
Goldwater called him a faker
defense mechanism needs beefingup who has a tendency to falter over II and programs
and a phony.
will act a lot tougher toward the words when his delivery becomes too G i yh, But to Goldwiter some aspects wants of the to past.return Thursday night he said sour

Communists than anybody has since rapid. Goldwater speaks slowly and distinctly r t In his acceptance speech Thurs people have been given I mead

Harry Truman, and that he thinks the He presents a commanding figure day night he said "we must and and even circuses scandals., "spectacles And he talkedof and

Democrats are trying to feed the country with his gray hair and horn-rimmed/ we ways shall-not return only to because the proven they "corruption In our highest o1!t.

a bunch of hogwash, and that honestyis glasses, as he stands almost nonchalantlybefore ire old but because they are (ices."
moment It Is I
At this Impost.
the best policy.Goldwater I true"
an ,
Democrats ble to know how much peal
For example: Although
declined to discuss in detail There is little doubt that his extreme and Republicans agreedin Goldwater will have to the

the many generalities he so ably ism and moderation statement frightenedmany the Employment Act of 1946 masses of voters, or even to 11.

enunciated. It is to be assumed that he ad- that the government has a beral Republicans, although It
Americans who have come to
responsibility for the general seems clear he will need all the
will do so prior to the balloting In No- mire his bluntness and conservatism. +, welfare, Goldwater has said It Republican support he can get.

vember Whether elucidation on these and other 6 must withdraw from social welfare If he loses, particularly If he

But Goldwater did make one thing that surely will be forthcoming programs.He loses badly, Republican powerIn
points ekY
did not necessarily budge this country will probably he
clear and many Republicans are of the as the campaign develops, will allay this I from that position Thursday shattered for years U he wins,

opinion he would have done better to fear remains to be seen. II I light when he said, "we must the country will have to reverseits
assure a society here which, course and take a sharp turn
leave it unsaid He alienated even further
that Gold-
At this moment it
appears i t: while never abandoning the nee to the right.
the moderates in the GOP when he water's split with Scranton and Rockefeller kRIS I iy or forsaking the helpless, Then a whole new evaluationof

said: "Extremism in the defense of libery followers is too wide to permit them to -- nurtures Incentives and oppor. the government's role at

is no vice. Moderation in the pursuit of honestly and sincerely support him In the .: '. .R.= ---J: :: ::productive unities for"the creative and the home would begin and Its foreign policies

justice is no virtue" upcoming race. However, the old adage And, as he has said before, he In the past, at least back to
This ringing statement resulted In a that makes bedfellowsstill would diminish both the role 1940, the two parties have
politics The
strange of
Best BoyleBY people end the power of the federal looked pretty much like twins, I'
of the New York
walkout .
by a portion four months
holds true, and almost government He said except for semantic hair, split
delegation That Scranton's Pennsylvania remains before the election In November HAL OY't in the "We Republicans define gov. ting on Issues that looked more I

delegation did not leave the floor was Of be when '< irnment's role, where needed, synthetic than real. i
thing sure -
one we can
news, it many levels, preferably theme Thus for years voters have
probably due to his reluctance to em- President Johnson and nominee Gold- NEW YORK (AP)-There an something that will take the ; I closest to the people In* not been given a clear choice

barrass the party before a nationwide water start mixing it up in the hustings, days when I would like to be one stain out of their kitchen sink, 'olved: Our towns and dUes, between liberal and highly con.
television audience for extremism and of the super Americans or a box of something else that BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) i t hen our counties and states, servatlve parties.
there's going to be a lot of fur flying in The super Americans are the magically makes their laundry Actor.singer Frank Sinatra has I and only then the national gov They get that chance this
lack of moderation were two pointson all directions. people you see pictured In tele whiter than white. been barred from entering Leb. i I irnment. year

which he based his attack against One only hope that in order to vision commercials and magar. Such are the super American anon because of his moral and r
can ,
toe advertising *, and the happy world in material support of Israel, the
give U. S. voters an opportunity to fairly The world they dwell In Is not which they flourish--a world In .daily newspaper L'Orlent said "e
Until his remarks on extremism and judge the two candidates, Goldwaterwill the world I live in. It Is a far, which for every problem there today. NATIONAL
moderation, Goldwater obviously had the he hasso far better world. It la a verlta. Is a ready and available solu. The newspaper said the Coun. OUTLOOK u
clarify many generalities ble wonderland.The tion. All you have to do Is buy a ell of Ministers also voted
the Cow Palace audience in the of t
palm far expounded. In these complex thing that makes the certain product-and usually It Wednesday to ban Sinatra's i
his hand andwe suspect, a great portionof times, being for motherhood, old time world of the super Americans costs "only a few cents more"at movies and records. But a mov. Labor-Commodity, Property, Contract?
the television audience. Why he choseto superior to the commonplaceworld most. le starring Sinatra Is showing In
reiigion flag are not Some people knock this worldof Beirut r
you and 1 Inhabit is that,
so obviously goad Scranton and Rocke make a man qualified for the awesome when they have a problem, the super Americans. They The relationship between aerve'j'

feller, and their considerable following, responsibility that rests on the shouldersof some kindly person tells them of say It Is merely a souped.up COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -1 employers and employees Is The earliest aspects of this
is a moot question. Until some other ex a product to buy that will solveit fairyland of advertising illusion. "From now until November," often discussed In emotion- development seemed to many \
the President of the United States. and they live happily forever But not me. All I know is thatIt says Evangelist Billy Graham, laden phrases. One of the employers, as well as to ,
planation is forthcoming, it must be as and ever. is a far ]better world than the "I plan to make no remarks rallying-polnU of early trade others, to be Justified by considerations \

I have been watching the won.I glum one I wade through day that could be Interpreted as po unions was the ringing dec of fairness Thus,
derful world of the super Amen'' after day, and the people in It ." laration that "labor Is not a machinery was set up to pro
cans on television for some are more Joyous and carefree. "Even when you preach the commodIty. This sometimes tect employees from arbitrary I 1''
I others say PUBLICATIONS years noV' ,'ahd iWre are a few1' Gospel, some people think U'. puzzles economists since the dismissal and seniority right .
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER of my favorite'characters* political," be said with a grin fact remains that labors were established. In some Industries

The guy taking a shower witha Graham spoke Thursday services are bought and sold. even these have developed -
new kind of soap and looking night to a crowd of 34,000 In If the contention that labor Into such compli-
so happy you feel sure there Columbus, where he has been Is not a commodity Is cated matters that it Is often
must be II mermaid tickling Ms conducting evangelistic services! meant simply to establish the hard to tell who (is being pro-

I feet this week. tact that employees are not tected from what, as In JUrisdIctional -
The freckle-faced kid who chattels, no one will disagree disputes between
1 1I brushes his teeth with a tooth. In a free society, the em unions.
1I 1I I paste that saves him from 34 ployer-employee relationshipIs The more complicated problem
I per cent of the cavities that fall 1 Trooper Bill Ideally conceived in terms economically speaking,
I II to the dumber kids. of contract.
I a The contract arises when attempts are
I Ir II The fellow who finds a friend.ly be
may written or unwritten, made to apply the principleto
I neighborhood banker who says Individual or collective. In reductions in the work-
1s .
1 I shows him how to borrow mon.y any case, it establishes mu- force because of technological
I II y for a new car for $243 less tual rights and obligations, change, desire to move a
I It would cost if he printedthe 1
II than freely undertaken by both plant or go out of business,
I money In his basement.The FY parties.
contracting out, etc. In the
; girl who bulges like an More recently a new phrase resolution of such issues it
i elephant, but when she puts on has been cropping up In the often seems that it is the un
a $5 35 girdle immediately turns discussion; people speak of ion, rather than the Individual .
I Ii Sylph like. the "property rights" to a employee, whose "rights"are
The lean fellow on horsebackwho Though Paul Revere is
gets such deep masculine known in history chiefly as Job. Property, by definition, Is protected Various examples
I something one has the exclusive of'
"buying out" resist-
the rider
out of his cigarettes principal express
and never, never breaks into a for Boston Committee of right to possess, enjoy- ance to technological change
c\/ smoker's cough. Safety and the man who I and dispose of. So, In some suggest that the unIon's resistance
/ all The rollicking lads with the warned Middlesex County thing short of a century, the has become a mar

big foamy steins of beer, who go that the British were leaving T 011 ,ryeou: I argument has swung from ketable property, if not a
on endlessly drinking In a bar Boston to seize Lexingtonand protecting employees against property right.
where the waiter never seemsto Concord, he was one of the employers alleged power Fair treatment of the par-
I bring a bill. America greatest artists in to treat them as he pleases to ties to a contract should be
The comfortable housewiveswho silver and In other metals the point where the Job is expected of both sides. Aibl-
get a new lease on life ev. owned by the worker trary limitation of the rights
irA'i of C IncycloMta itoNMkf Some writers tell us that of either
can to
cry time they find a new party do its major
' .,. the phrase "property rightsIn Job (produce goods efficiently

I." 1:: '. :. ; \Si :i . ::::. tj@(' :} .:. analogy a Job"What is merely it seems a handy to criterion.) does not meet this

ADD COLA A S S mean is that the employer- More fundamentally, thereIs
EI11IEIACROSS' I I I AOE.ANIL.PAT: employee relationship is no a basic conflict between the
"These days I'd sure hate to be living on a fixed income," [.11.0,1'1.,0'. ... Driver licenses should be re longer a contractual agree- concept of a society based on
I newed during the month of ment between equals, volun- status and one based on opportunity
Th. Naitnnil. Ob..".., srDGE: AriAS .. your tary on both sides Instead
Run he- ,
2s. If I
birth two If am protectedin
: every years. you
I. Two "job" is regarded as conferring -
pints i torch ports my right to keep on doing
were born in an odd
6. :Nut 29. Radium .. LAY year you a particular status on what I have been doing
. 11 Fanciful i\'nibol OR".AV5TP'AEeAR renew in every odd year. If you the individual holding it-a are denied the opportunity, you to
A Sonnet a DayMany U. :Nullify( 31: Risk, EO. R00 ... were born in an even year, you status which the employer, displace me by showing that
U. Esteemed 33. On behalf . ERAS FROTEAL renew every even year, and society generally, is you can do it better,
things arc 41"'\' deemed to be Age It no bar to the entry of fresh 16. Riverboat ol A0-t5 I WED somehow obligated to pre
Problems whose demands a fields. William De Morgan abandoned
UI''I'II''Y 34.II.dprrhJl '
capital letter Among them It the Ailing hit expertness in pottery and stained ::equal:::550 H. t1N'Ifusa v EAT E s E S E R A Rn E ERE D o n How Do6s It Work * ** * **
of their leisure by elderly and retired glass when he was sixty-men and 36. I.tchllJ. '
people Conferences ire held to discuss then started to be a capable and success : F.llrluro&gf 37 Astringent SOLUTION 0' YUTERDAY'S PUZZLE
and acKUe on the avoidance of ful novelist for another decade of hit 39. Rcam
empty lives, There It no reason. since life The idea that poetry Is a ;young P,lam H.rlnkltl 3.\Isnned 8 Herb 01 thor .ESCALATOR YMnen.wrwvware..esi,
mint fancy was effectively/' countered Tip WUhulponl IItnulmyr
libraries abound, why those who like SnlJll 47.1IAle g nose iMIrIrRAwr.lpyiweA.Memnpanment
II reading should yawn their way through by Thomas Hardy The traditional forma '22. 44.Swdv 4. Old pa rhll ir wwr0vcrK /
a tedious old age: the treasures freely and standard may be recommended it 24 .torus 45.1'ntldy. account ( 9. 1I0nor '
I' available are boundless This remedy more challenging\ than free-verse laxity 10. Tidings ,w"i'"
for Idle hours may be thought of it The discipline of the sonnet, a form 2S. Combat DO"X ,. Pilch 12. Xocturn.ol ) Tir'Twso etws cx.al ,
only; passive, although a book 1 invites now rarely used, postibly because It 2b I'Iay thing I Trouble 6. Hebrew mammal r"esi.n 1 Cowowcua a .nor Tee nsr
some use of mental energy to obtain lit meant hard work can be more a stimulus 27 !.taI'' pro- 2,1Caer lever U. Smear! ',Nas {
fullest enjoyment thin a deterrent One who, claimedto (Casio, spirit 7. High railways. 19. :Namewinvruwsierw
At the tame time there ere the meant do Mi fourteen lines with diurnal 22 Ftnclllg S Mff'
cf refreshment obtained activity regularity remarked that simply by; the thrust
through I l J 4 j i. r 1 I If
law of something good must ; : 23. Demure
Sir Winston Churchill has writtenin averages '
counsel about the pleasures of painting occasionally\ emerge from a fairly liter I.; 2S. P.lildI :
it well it pursued them with hit ate hand. . f-The Times (London / :l7 Whue
own success at the easel Here, he hat ,5 whale
laid with a characteristic phrase, it an Na h on Bad Verse :28 Tine 5, e /rM0101ro uvserw.cr
excellent consolation to mitigate 'the ''l a I / Il 29 Cosmetics naou2l ',
surly; advance of decrepitude" Application Word that poet Ogden Nash may 3t) Blomd ves 'as,
to the other arts can also be edit an anthology of bad poetry will\ /,'' .u lJ V sd j'Ms t raw ti arroe
happily; made, without impinging on the come it no surprise to those who knowof 31 Pfl t Tescrni.v.rsus
market of the professions! It is sometimes Mr. Nun long time fascination with 14 /; lj is 32 Western : 1tlndien ..avwo
forgotten that the word amateur terrible verse He once found a whole JQ .ew rorrre r Mr
meant a lover and not of necei.lty a book of It and wit overcome "It wit so / ,;; 11 %', I' 3J Crossesa I 'I / t 1a1ATTM/W arwrw ..rau.I .
,f bungler. bad, I stole it," he recollected later in JI Jl JJ mum MT1NIirNrM, r
Yet bungle we may and the beginner tranquillity. 0 3& t'trulllfl' -. .
making of music should be ittempted Mr Nash said nothing about Including )4 .%; IJS 0 J. : Poisson r 4
with due consideration for the cart of In the projected volume any of hit tleJ1 5-
I others and in places at sound-proof at own letter work But he told i book- J& ,; JJ fl 4\1\ tler pie row
may; be But need prose and poetry be sellers' convention in Washington . / '" we" Ir
that he would "rither be a great bud 141 41 4' ,4 +erreunrw
left out? There is no need, and probably 5' r'
there will! be no opportunity, to publish, poet than a bad good poet. Having 41 e I ++rnenrwtu
I since! I Itf Is hard enough for those who earned that niche Inh.. pantheon of 14. ,,4S : r110MOwr'wri1ptr."i w+l
consign I themselves (:ofe.iionil to get pne ,. Mr Nash need not testify njaiiuthim.til d9y.o.. 4 : fir ., =,N.rna
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Hardboard Helps Room k

Grow Up With Childrel1"Plan 1.w -

ahead" the watchword accommodating all the Incidental -- -
a for decorating and fur. objects associated with an active
1Lj childhood that an entire wall of
/ rushing rooms that will grow
perforated hardboard might be
And the
with children.
up put to excellent use In a child'sroom.
way to begin combining present .
practicality and future Such a wall might well have a
needs It to select a durable wainscot of solid-surfaced hard- ///? a64 -
material such board on the lower to absorb \ DINI i BEDROOM
SCREENED-IN "child-proof" part >> '
PORCH- John llugelmeyer of Riverdale N J had a porch builton as hardboard for the walls the harder knocks of Juvenile 'u. 12NGR i o 12.tixlo

his home. Then he finished up the project by doing the scrtcning-m.: If the room Is being .planned trsffie r 8x
for a child who Is very young, Coai eta Bw J
there U an understandable temp Versatile perforated hardboard
tatlon to mike the decor overly also can be used for sound control .
Photographer Does Part of Porch BuildingBy cute-with the need for a change on. the ceiling of the room .
looming very near In the future. Big 4 by-* panels are the easy,
While It may be relatively simple economical answer for acoustical = -
VIVIAN BROWN to change a Mother Goose ceilings In any room where ease O ... LB- 0 .-
AP N ewe f satur.s: Writer wallpaper motif with new paperor of cleaning and resistance to t
by applying paint If the wall wear and tear are factor The WI'L
surfaces are net aeurf-proof and panels go up quickly over S-lnch
If you've been postponing that icreened-in porch project because you can't dent.reilitant, they will never sound absorbent bath to provide

muster up the courage to tackle it, give up and call for help says photographer look lust right again And. ease / the same control as half- Lj

John llugelmeyer of Riverdale N.J.. who did iust that. .It's_ better_ _ no to._ begin the.___ of portent cleaning factor Is certainly In the\ choice an Inv of not Inch have acoustical the same tile,durability which does as
project and into
get the
act wall surfaces for a child room hardboard nor the same paint LIVING ROOM :; BEDROOM
later if you must he says by ability GARAGE PORCH a i

doing some phase of the work lion were installed, Huielmeyerwasready Many people make glass framesfor One material Thing Ge that tamp Is tough In addition to the general aids 19, 1I12.5 :; 123'
that doesn't require professional tackle winter use of a porch to housekeeping and homemakIng -
to the enough to withstand the onslaughts
talent. in with gusto screening llugelmeyer points. out, and this of balls, tricycles and offered by hardboard In thehlld' V, .. I -

"At first I thought I'd tackle "That part of it was fun whenI ia a great ides. But after considering other things that go bump, and s of room reassurance there In Is the an fact element 12 + -12 = ___ FRONT 3 i61: j'L --i

the whole project flooring, I 11"1 around ot it. I armed myself that plan, he decided thas Is simple to keep clean with that In his own domain I the
roof and all," says Hugclmeycr it because his just a wipe of a sponge or damp
of his 16 foot by 25 foot project. with aluminum wire screening, a the against concrete: floor in might case necessitate cloth. Is harboard paneling. youngster activities without can pursue his normal "'LONIIII a Kl- //KMfA1 IUt( "/t. /[..,,,. > J..r tmrwrnn.'fun. / II I //hN, poi. .in IINloralcii ,,, .,,,, " 1
stapling and being Inhibitedby
"My brother, an architect, drew for frames gun I some the pine expensive heating arrangements Hardboard. is available aa an the need to be constantly ftr<'pl lnf<. .nil, rnirhi.f,,r funl/"Hulnm, 1>i<. lirr/ilnfp, / i. mi'ill" ,", ,.I f /InnlinJrttrnl ( tl,? I?." .
screening easy-to finlih material-I III' .1 Fiirt-rF 1 1', //Ji/ig, rI.'.-,. ." .. ,inl, III. ''r"l,'
up plans in Urge scale but the on frames that would slide in hard surface takes paint careful because hardboard can allh"unl ih<'n I' ? on / in ( < '"
more I looked at plans, the more between the poets Though Hugelmeyer'a original beautifully smooth or as factoryfinished take 11.I room' Inns tin dining' nrrn. Ihi, kileln n It". Ai n itfiinl .a far I -shop,1, mirtlrn .roant,, r h, '
y I realized it was too big a job Good clear plan was to have an open covered panels The finishes are < Morn iliiurf" from llii 111"/1 norm, f*. "//mifi /'''nufi' .<( tkt hour I' t I.OOH v. "u. I? t "p,.
for me. So I decided to gel someone framing as: knots pine will is weaken bear the lor porch, h* went on from then to varied Some come In color or I I lAr are, "'rid/ "pr, ft and |"nifi| If..Htn', I i-. Jim K in,'t, 100(1 !'nil V, \'",, -. / ,h'rc/, I I'' ,

to build the foundation and frame, he says The the screened-in version because"it wood tones with decorative n
roof and then Iti'! tackle the should be started screening is almost a necessity in any wood.grained finishes There are '-JHere's
by stapling
screening myself" buggy area to use screen, if perforated patterns contoured
Such considerations a* how to the frame middle pulling of each Irom side the of center the you'd get the maximum enjoyment surfaces, scored designs, / Modern Builders Use tion board sheathing is impreg
The choice Is wide enough to \Vhy
I connect rafters to the house, toward those points so there will outofsn outdoor area, particularly make It possible to create an attractive < noted' or coated with asphalt
r how water must run off, how the be no saga or ripples in It. at night," he says background for the and it'a a good insulator
roof should be edged, and venting "If screening is properly put Anyone who has sn open porch changing needs of growing children the Sheathing in New Homes
k convinced llugelmeyer that the up it will be impervious to every- that merely needs Icrceninlcouldh.v. without sacrificing the advantages According lo the Insulation
job required professional know. thing. Our has withstood the an enclosed: one by expending of maintenance free .
barrage of chipmunkscats: other the little time and effort required durability. Why do builders cover frames rout while adding to quality. Hoard Institute, Chicago, thereare

c how.But, whammo, as soon as animals and two lively young in building frames and Decorative Accent AnswerBy of new homes with those large You don't have lo l.e! a cost| three' basic types of insulation .
I porch posts, ceiling and found a- .1 18." he says, applying screening. One specialty product madeof j that it's hoard sheathing supplied
hardboard Is a natural decorative sheathing panels before they apply accountant to are moreccnnomieal

,.tr accent o pant child's shingles or siding? Whether to apply large pan. by American manufacturers
room, That Is a of perforated
r'IJ.. a- hardboard designed for ANDY LANG the home is modest or luxurious rill to the outside\ of the frame Each type| designed for a 1Ip&
:; -OlM THEAHOUSE As matter of AP Newtfeotures cific/ of home construction
( hanging storage a usually the same type( of of the home There is less sawing type
fact, such storage apace, Integral
,lia with the wall and thus taking up QUESTION W. plan l
1t, : -J i no floor apace Is so useful for get an air conditioner t to) is that modern builders have labor involved, Add lo this the marked on the sheet or

put in the window of the: discovered!jchut insulation board advantage of a material' which package as "Regular" "Inler

{l ir- -r 11vl r r We l living have room a regular in our iltetnat-house.: sheathing' cuts construction1/ is rrioistur\ resistant Insula mediate," or "Nail.Base."-|

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AP Newsfeotures By ANDY LANG Warming Up ing current. tUc t;,{fc,,l. cir;
. . .
cud. W, hav.- iha additional t .
kitchens A rule of (green) thumb > iitv" ": !'t "
and bathroomsare about watering house plantsIt : circuits put |In si ne'e

(Iwo areas where home is a far, far better thingto the house was built I !

owners can satisfy their water in the morning Will need IIor EHOUGH
desires for bright colors when the house ii warmingup years ago we
electrical work doneor
broad patterns and individual than in the evening whenit some
drcorstmg touches Is cooling off can we just plug into the

Striking Plant diseases often get wall outlet9
designs and brilliant
hues that might be out or placein started when soil is wet and

other parts of the house are temperatures are falling. ANSUl: The chance arc TO BLOW
greeted with cries of delight and 1 Then too, watering plantsa you have a I"-Vllit. |(5-mpere
admiration when displayed in the little at a time is no better household circuit. If the air conditioner '
kitchen and the bathroom It is for them than it is for your you purchase designedto I 4

here, for instance, where you lawn. operate on .113. volls', and T/t 0
will find the unusual I and offbeat Put on enough water to or less amperes, you may be
soak all the sou in the pot. able lo utilize the nearest wall
in wallpaper perfectly acceptable (
an long as there is a In fact, try letting plants outlet IUJTifyou hayeUMi many OUR TO'r
harmonizing note in the overall stand In water up to the lip lumps and appliances\ already
motif ( of the pot from 5 to 15 minutes Connected to that circuit and

A typical example of what can 1'k- once each week Be sure they are in use si the fame lima

be done in the bathroom is the to let _them drain however ss the sir conditioner -r you will
quickly blow a fuse.
application a new five -foot-
wide TRY Even that is not the whole
accent panel of plastic- INSTANT GRUNERY
finished hardboard. Placed on TO BRIGHTEN story !Some local electrical

the wall over the tub, one of flit FADED GARDENSNEW iiiJes have special feguletion I /
,t air A
w governing
these panels transform the wall ? PORK (API) \hen .um. t1II
lew will not permit using an ..irondllion..r
into any one of nine attractive met drouth leaves the grounds
with any' IlS-voli
scenes and design including a around vourhome
Jooking parched
seascape: a mountain view, a and !brown, you can bring btk ,circuit. There are ncveml way I / I ,, I '

desert and Or lent III I setting. ........ i,lor qulUy'wilh lh. "hi" slant to be sure of what )Mi art doing ,
The mural feature gotd-on- ..it,,* and greenery of polled You can gel Ihj lidvli:: >f
whiteartworkwith goldanodized plant*, \our electric company 'dr a pri
moldings. Matching while panel Inexpensive flowering and full sate electrician;. Or you can dig
are available for the side w.lIl1. en age pldnlsplungcd into die soil. cuaa II with the dealer from whom
The panels can he Installed on will nerve lo restore your yard you intend to purchase the air
any solid backing INSTALLING one of the new mural panels made of much more quickly than if MM conditioner. If he is reliable ands
First in the installation for located in your neighborhood t.
step plaatic-finished hardboard wait August's lower return A
process is laying a heavy bead :to gieen. Fur best. results and he most certainty will know. thi
of the 1 IH.S< decimal code regulation
caulking around top of the ..ia safeguard against' further
tub, installing edge molding and hoard panel. The mural then is lumber and building supply dnuth. plunge !tfu plant in ilk r -l.rdlnl.1f conditioner

adding a thick bead d caulking placed in position on the wall yards in either five-foot or six- i',i 'iiilo the oil, The i Ut poi\ ae. m, N
in the molding channel.: A with a certain amount of pressure foot heights. .ails help .. r.o.. tooling in (Questions of general niKrml COOLJNt
notched spreader is uaed to to sssure a strong bond, 'd.. antis to protect! plains against ,ill be answered in thin ...I limn
apply a thin coat of special after which the inside corner An acoustical insulation endue! diAness v wtttnr.s. I'dividual, corrcopondcni can:

mastic to the back of the hard- moldings are cut and nailed into board ceiling tile, as manufactured Plants mats be taken inside al 'I l be undertaken) SYSTE

place. bv the 14 member I ih: .' end of Ihe aurmr erHOME |
The end walls are measured companies
and the white side panel cut of the Insulation Board Inititute. happy tllQL9htbuSiOC r

FANS to fit.the They walls also with are the attachedto mastic. Chicago, will absorb- RENEW YOURDRIVER'S ..;: $ meal! ) tastlf ai est t jraur tr itrftoti >>

The outside corner moldings are and thereby eliminate -up to LICENSE l
I Ip
fitted and installed using a 70 per cent of the excess noise DURING YOUR w
hammer and wood block to tap .
LAST CHANCE that strikes it. .
them into place. i (Mil fen year 'run 1ctmfert
To complete: the installation
CLEARANCE another thin bead of caulking i*
laid around the moldings, sn &
taU precaution to insure a
SALE! water-tight jib GARDEN Increase* el e ef jr* fcemt

The rive-foot-wide mural

14 and 20-INCH panels can be obtained at most GARDEN, I SUPPLIES
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I The catcher's mitt it Mike Brumley's most i Nicklaus' Bill .

Roundup Important piece of equipment with the For Groceries -1

Washington Senators, to it's only natural +r OOU'MBUS, Ohio (AP-You
, ,it sea\ that Can Player Isn't SPORTS
By MURRAY C ITSS The hit wiped out a 1.0 Van. ,
Associated Press Sports Writer tee lead and put Baltimore in that his con, Mike Jr., should begin to learn d i ,i,1111: I has keep over at JackIrklaus'
and it's
house- prett
To Hank Bauer he might be front to stay.

"the disappointment, ," but to In other AL games Washing the business at an early ace.: steep Pia! lei keeping., who Is Jack's houseguest . . . . . . . . . & . .. . . . . .
the Hew York Yankees he's the ton knocked off Minnesota 7.1

nemesis.He-Steve. Barber pitchedand and.. City Cleveland 12.8 in outslugged 10 Innings lCan.s. '4' ment this at the week PGA, paused golf between tourna 6 COLLIER cot NTY NEWS FcidasJuly---_ -17.-1961

"if"rt' to eat NUklaus out otue --- -
batted Baltimore !back: Into Barber's homer was his first .
.111,1 I and his
first place in the American of the, season and fourth of his home gave
i ut a hint that stralghtene I out
League Thursday night, leadingthe career It came on the first
]IJI is
Orioles to a 6-1 triumph pitch from Jim Bouton after the Suing
over the New York Yankees. Yankee starter retired two bat. That's a little like adding an .f
.1I xtra stan to the State
The victory pushed the Orioles ten following Sam Bowens' leadoff
i uilding, or an extra steak on
one-half came and two percent. double. Bowens later added "
ace points ahead of the Yankees a pair of singles, driving la a 1 y, little Can s plate.
and I But Jack says he can use all
further tightened the AL run.
s the telp he can get this week,
pennant race. Chicago, a 8-3 \
winner over Boston, stands In He's- trying to defend his PGA
third place, only IVi tames By MIKE RATHET ___ ,hamplonshlp before the home
from first. Associated Press Sports Writer i (folk, and grab the last spot In '0 ,,
The Los Angeles Dodgers ' the golf World Series.
Manager Bauer, recently dls. ; '
cussing Me Orioles,labeled Bar a en't staging any music appro l ri Meanwhile, Player, known as
elation for n"y the South African locust
ber the disappointment of the nights Manager Walt Is set
team this season. After all, he Alston, but he has to be enjoy. ting t grocery bill record, Ar
was 12.7 with a 2.78 earned run Ing that steady bum of nits. L J JL. nold Palmer Is dropping over at
The world night and Nicklaus
average at this time last year defending champl. trouncing at
whereas he ' 5-7 with a 3.95 one, closing the gap on the National snooker, and baby.faced Bobby
ERA now. League leaders since the Nichols Is leading after the first

That, however not the Bar. All-Star Came, continued their round of the PGA with a record -

ber the Yankees have seen this heavy hitting at St. Louis Thurs. ... 64.
season. The 25-year.old< left day night by walloping the Car. .. nke..._.,.. Nichols' round achieved with .

hander has won only two gamesIn dlnals 10.2 behind a Wilt at.. --_... .. _..- --- ---_. -... the aid ot a $' putter he foundon 4- !
tack the bark shelf in the pro
seven starts the past month,
but both have been against New Ron Fairly again was the key shop In Anchorage, Ky., was
to the attack wt also record for the
York. He has allowed Just one collecting his Bowen's Team a revamped
run In each contest. third homer In two nights plus a 6,851.yard Columbus Country
pair of singles and driving In Club course
His victory Thursday night
came on a four-hitter and four runs while the Dodgers fin. Takes Top SpotIn talus'p Nichols, who comes from Lou. 1
shed the went to Texas a foot
snapped the yank...' six-game three-game set against tevllle on
Orioles'fourgame the Cardinals with 30 rune and ball scholarship and wound up
winning streak and the
losing streak. Even 19 hits. Hoop LeagueMarty playing golf Instead, was sharp.

more bitter for New York, Since the AU Jtar break,A M.' p er with his bargain basement 1MOONLIGHTING
Nod! of nine Bowen's than Palmer was with
though, was Barber's two-run games, the dodgers: team won putter
have hit at .303 the basket.ball the snooker stick
In an amazing clip I summer recreation
homer the fifth Inning. "
,with Fairly showing the way at 1 league championship last nfb He finished with a three

412. More Important, however, I night when Bowen's team won Its stroke edge on Nicklaus, who
RobinsonTo has been the awakening of defending I game and second-place Steve had his best opening round in
Jackie I
batting champion Tom. I Clark's club was beaten. a major championship all year

Head GOP For my Davis, finally starting to bit Only one more basketball ,, t o A" I ; with a 67. Mike Souchak also

with regularity.! ,doubleheader remains. Action 3 had 67. ,.. .... .
Lyndon JohnsonLOS Davis, who hit .326 last season I next Tuesday night will match >ee ',g Palmer had a menacing 68, -- ...: _JJ#

while winning the batting I Clark's team against Tom Ber. s along with five others, Including \n eagi! .beaver golfer takes advantage
ANGELES (AP)-Jackie title for the second straight I nard's the 7JO first game,and I former British Open championBob of a lighting system five times as powerful as the combined
Robinson, former Dodger base year, has hammered away at I I.SU Bowen's club and Van Weeks' Rti' Charles, the New Zealand brilliance of all the lighthouses in New England to play a I
ball star, has reportedly agreed since the All-star Came and team In the second game at the left.hander, Billy Casper and
to serve as national chairman of lifted his average to a modest, I high school gymnasium a Don January.Ben round of night golf at Lynnfield Mass.

the Republicans for Johnson but respectable .2(8. As usual, the weight room will Hogan, the Sl.year.old,

committee. The over.aU hitting surge has 1 be open, and other boys can play two.tlme champion and all-time
Attorney Crlspus Wright said carried the Dodgers to the (00 ping-pong I or take turns on the great had 70, even par, along Shirley Englehorn ;week's U.S.G.A. Women Openat At.
Calif. played
San Diego, ,
Thursday that Robinson agreedto level for only the third time this t trampoline.Last itd. I I 'P' with Plaver. and Tony Lema,
Contender In j las fur the first time and shot
lead the committee that will season, cut three games off night, Bowen's team hada ___... .It << .. _. TI the new British Open King, had Top
ask Negroes to push for the re. their deficit and pulled them to I good second quarter and en. 71 U.S. Open champion Ken Ladies PGA Open 77.The $12,650, 54-hole tourna.

election of President Johnson. within eight games of first place :Joyed a lead throughout the se. I IN BITING I I MOOD Little Jimmy Kilt Jr., Venturl was at 72, not out of ment gets under today
-the closest they've been to the I cond half, turning back Bernard's eon of the Twine southpaw, work off pre.game tension before It but needing to get moving. GRAND BLANC. Mlrh. (AP) |with 31 pros and 10 amateurs
top since June 22. 54-42. Bowen and of
I group, Gary Young Shirley Englehorn
Father-Son held at Minneapolis Paul itadium. making the field
College AllStarsGet Meanwhile Philadelphia and I Sharp scored 16 points apiece, game COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Los Angeles established herselfas I up

For San Francisco again exchanged I Charles Flood 12.Al Hackney: six "Here's how the leaders scored a top contender In the first

Equipment places In the battle for first Mid I Bill McCllntock four All-Stars Thursday in the opening round annual Ladles Professional Golf I'I'I I NY.I AIM) The

Game With Bears place. The Phillies rode three Ed Stoner, acting captain of Senior Naples Tennis of the 46th PGA championship: Association Yankee Open|' at At. New York Jew ,'I l the AmeriiunI ,

hits by rally starting Cookie I Bernard's team while Bernard Open Tournament Bobby Nichols 32.32-84 las Valley Country Club Thurs. I h'lh.,111 I ,'.'I/oU'/ wall hove a num- r
EVANSTON, 111. (AP) The Rojas to a 7-9 victory over I Is on vacation, meshed 18points. Jack Nicklaus 34.33-68 day by taking low pro honors In i her of l t>.>kicK in their preseinnntruiniiif
College rAU-STar football play. Pittsburgh and a lead at four 4 Carl Witkop and Dennis Fields Play At Venice Team To Host Mike Souchak 33.34-67 the pro.amateur preliminarywith ,, i.nap ht.rr One of them

era, 47 strong, reported Thur.> percentage over the Giant. Mil. tach 4 added eight,andSteveSteele Paul Havtland 34.34-68 a one.over par 73. i is VUK I lor UK f, 5 Mont2I
day for equipment and physical waukee's Hank Fischer stoppedSan I cored six and Mark Finger two Naples Senior Little League CoralAn Don January 3Z.36-68 Favored Mickey Wright who I UK'luikir 1uphl\cdr..rPurdue.
examination for their Aug. 7 Francisco on four hits, 6.0. Weeks' team scored the last nil-star team enters tournament Cape Bob Charles 31.37-68 has won seven of 12 tourna. I 1\.1 I JIVpinmder from

tangle with the champion Chi.' Third place Cincinnati also I ilx points at the game and edged play Saturday at Venice at 7:30 eight-man tennis from Tom Nieporte 35.33-68 ments this year Including last I I'. si, Or.inn N..I I '
'sago Bears of the National Foot. closed the gap In the tightening iark's club, 8CM8. Weeks put when the local group meets the group Arnold Palmer 34.S4-68 .

ball League at Soldier Field. race, moving to within I 1.3 I la. 22 points, Bill Splngler 10, winner ojtgk4'sVenice.Englijwood Cape Coral Club will meet eight the NaplesTennis Cam.bi.r Billy Casper 34.34-68 t. ,, \ i\
players on !
Coach Otto Graham has ex. game of the lead by downing C Glenn: King eight, Carlos Alfonso gam'. Bo Wl.nlnrer 35.34-69 '..,"' , 01
Park courts
Sunday al2p.m.
actly three weeks to preparethe Houston 3-2 and the Chicago and I Charlie Holt four each, and In all probability, Venice wilt Jon Gustin 34.35-68 < / / r.II
collegians, pick of the 1863 Cubs crushed the New York J rim Fredrickson two. win, setting up a repeat of last Recreation Director Julius Joe Conrad 34.35-68 ': ; '14f
Lesser said the competition .
college grid season. Mets 11.1 Clark regained his touch and year's V.nlcloNapllltournament pro. Bob Keller 33.38-69 w
bably will take the form of four
netted 30 points, but did not get game down here. Naples won, ' 'Ir
doubles matches Naples Tennis > e
5-4, but tost In Its next
too: much scoring support from
Club clavers defeated a Cape Vf: .1
at St. Petersburg.The .
t eammates. Mike Sharp and Ro.f Coral Girls' Softball
1984 group on the Cape Coral
rer f Combs added six each, Dud. Naples tournamentteam .
1 ey Goodlette had four, and Ben. hasn't had too much time courts picnic recently.A dinner Is scheduledat Team Play Three
Rooms two.Naples since the end of the regular sea.
ty son to prepare for the tourna. Lowdermilk Park for tennis Games Next WeekThe

ment, but neither has Venice. If players and guests afterSunday's Recreation
Venice and m IItclte.. Department
Legion Englewood get rained
girls' Softball team, rained out
out tonight, Naples will not play
Ends Slate At mil Monday. of its home game last night,

Duane Lyon will manage the N.1. Cypress Golfers will play three games next week,

Wauchula Tonight pies\ team In its first tournament coach Ron McCune says

The American Legion baseball game, and he will be asil.jd, by Shift Tournament Two of next week's contests

team closes out the 1964 Ed Davis. Manager Robert John will be at home. Naples girls
son has been called to Michigan the Stars of Fort Myers
season at Wauchula with rmeet
by his father's Illness Play To Saturday here Thursday, and next Sat-
the scheduled
game to start at
Members of the Naples tourna. urday the local team tries Its
800. Big Cypress Men's Golf As.
ment team are Jerry RoseSteve hand ball meeting -
at slow-pitch ,
Sporting a 3-8 record as of Steele, Mark Finger, Mike Mat. socUtlon members on Saturday,
now, the local Legion boys hopeto uslak, Jerry Davis, Roger Mann, August I, will start holdlngweek.I Boca Raton.
The lost the good
ly tournaments on weekends,, team to
repeat an earlier 3-2 victoryover Rod Chlckertng, Don Llghtner,
Jeff Johnson shifting from the usual Wed. FOR Myers All-Stars In Fort
Wauchula. The other two JlmStelnbach.Car.
Road what the nation'stop triumphs have come over Ar- los Alfonso, Glenn Thornton,and nesday outing.Association. Myers on Wednesday, and travels -
Ed Du. the road next Wednes-
Bruce up
McCarthy. Alternates are
boating writers q"y cadia.assure A vlctor7 fifth tonight place will In Monty Hackneyand Al Hackney. Bane Bane In in makelng making the the announce announce. day to meet the. f 91, Myers i a ,n rI ? Jy

about this new boat fromEVINRUDE the seven-team district. The Holds Both Auto ment said the change day will Atoms. ,

top four teams, already deter enable more members to part.

mined,vllplay liter in the monthIn Sea Speed Record Iclpate Pete Retzlaff 1 <. M
the district tournament. The shift in days was set aheadto
Righthander Tom Hamilton Is ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) the August 1 date, because on! Gets Raise In

Manager Rollle Rice's choiceto Speed said demon he would Donald quit Campbellonce racing Saturday of the Southwest, July 29,the Florida third match Inter 1 New Eagles Pact FASHION: SHOW ,The tennis-playing Crosby sisters of Los

"For a boat this size, this It as soft a riding job as start on the mound at Wau If he holds both the world auto i club League will be held at Big PHILADELPHIA (AP-Pete Angeles-Linda, left, and Cathydisplay the latest In ten
interested Now who wouldn't be
chula nis fashions for parties
you could want. The effect, at we planed, w 4s and sea speed records. Cypress Teams 'omprlsed of 20 I Retzlaff signed his 1964! contract interested
like traveling on a cushion of water, almost( at Now that ke has them both as players each representing the i with the Philadelphia Eagles of ? I
though the boat were fitted with hdrofoili"andfr Coach AI Jchoendiensl of the the result of his 403.1 mile per seven league members are sche the National Football League
Hollander St. Louis Cardinals played 2,216 hour auto record set Friday, duled to compete In this Inter-club i Thursday and remarked: "I got
% "Qajor league aame>t. He compiled lbs 43-year-old Briton apparent. affair a raise, I'm satisfied" And They Really Play .
Nw York World. and Sun,
Tltram e .289 batting avenge Intends to keep racing.

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"It represents the first major appearance of a e.a.ae.asaasa -p : / B
'complete outboard package' that industry leaders e.asssaeaaa

t have talked about for )'ean." National LeagueSan American League

Steps Cady, New fork Timei"She's Fr.... 52 38 .991 Baltimore 53 33 .616 -

Philadelphia 50 34 .595 New York 51 32 ..6144
dry and comfortable, mteen feet long and NOTICEALL Cln"Innatl 48 39 .V>2 31 Chicago 51 34 .600 IVfc

seven feet broad and has enough cockpit space to Pittsburgh 44 40 .524 1- Minnesota 47 41 .534 7

make a 20-foot skill feel cramped." Milwaukee 43 42 .517 gU Detroit 44 43 .506 8 V4

Ed Moort, AVtt Totk Journal'.4merices. St. Louts 44 43 .508 '71! Los Angeles 43 47 .478 II

PAINTERS IN Los Angeles43 43 .5'.() 8 Boston 42 47 .472 12V4

"As you go into a turn, there is no skid Instead, chjcago 42 43 .494 84 Cleveland 37 48 .435 ISVi

the outboard sponson resists drifting and the hOlt Houston 39 50 .438 13'' Kansas Clty34 55 .382 20Vt

corners as if on rails," COLLIER COUNTY 1 New York 26 63 .292 28'i' ; Washington 35 37 Games.380 21Thursday's
Thursday's Games
John Kingdom, Newark Ant*.
Chicago! 11, New York 1 Chicago 9, Boston 3 0
Milwaukee 6, San Francesco Washington 7, Minnesota 2
"Driving hard into a alight chop we found the '
Cleveland 12, Kansas City 9,
Philadelphia 7
become members
shock absorbing properties of the phe Last chance to Pittsburgh S
sponsons Los Angeles 10, St, Louis 2 10 Innings
nomenal. Cln,'Innatl! 3, Houston 2 Baltimore 6, New York 1
>> under $25.00 special dispensationDry
Carl Sheppard, Pmladtlphia Bulletin. Only games scheduled.Today's .
Today's Games Games

(NOW TRY IT YOURSELF wall and rug tile men invited. nadelphla at Cincinnati, N Cleveland at New York, N s .

Houston at San Francisco, N Detroit at Baltimore, N
New York at St. Louis, N .w
at Boston N
AVAILABLE AT MM MAliNA, NC. Meeting: Monday, July 20th, 7:30: Chicago at Los Angeles, N Washington Los Angeles st Minnesota, N

Collie County's Authorized Pittsburgh *at Milwaukee, h. 2,, Kansas. City at Chicago; N
Evlnrude Boat and Outboard Motor Dealer P.M at Carpenters Hall. 1181 1st twt.nlghtSaturday's Games Satuda,'. Games
Los Angeles at Minnesota
Ave. So. Philadelphia at Cincinnati Kansas City at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee Detroit at Baltimore, S, twl. y IMR
M ft M MARINA INC. Chi ago at Los Angeles night
Houston at San Francisco
Cleveland at New/ York

Between HM Cordon Rita' Bridget on Temiimi Trail AFLCIOLOCAL Mew York Sunday's at St.Games Louis Washington Sunjay's at Boston Games

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Philadelphia Cincinnati t Los
Angeles at Minnesota 2
Midway 2-4656 Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, i Kansas
940 City at Chicago, S
I Chicago at Los Angeles 2 Detroit at Baltimore COURT CAPERS Cathy lee 1111 ouch asher

E\eINRUDE : I Houston at San Fran. ti j, 2 Cleveland at New York, 2 sister Linda Lu, mikea return In ?!" match at

;s b New York at St. Louie S Washington at Boston, I Wimbledon Deepite teamwork, the A, ,ole t Isl.It.Baseball .

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: J.ty 17. 1961 7) t :

r Industry Moving At More I -

: .- ; II ,

." I : &' Sedate Pace Than Earlier :

NEW YORK (AP)-Industry The May figures of the Fetter

li m )ivlng at a more sedate pace al Reserve Board's production

now after Its big rush forward Index are now put at 131.8 perCent ,

earlier In the year. The direction of the 957.59 average, re.

is still upward but signs ofle's vised upward from the 130.3 per '

urgency are beginning to cent earlier announced for that i

appear month. The advance of May ,

The chang Is showing up in over April was eight-tenths of a *

government statistics, and In point. The June figure under the I 2-2107

the revision of past estimates. new way of adjusting for the ( Midway

-- ii1L' Even the updated methods of seasonal slack Is 131.8 per cent,

: tailoring the industrial production or a gain over the previous

index to seasonal variations month of slx-tenths of a point. i -. - ------.- --
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A doesn't hide the slackened pace Businessmen alto are watch

although it puts June output at a Inc figures that seem to show a CLASSIFIED HATES 38-Autoi For Sale

record, the ninth month of slowdown In productivity gains I'" '!I"lId.'t> ..'III ,..,I",,:, R C
highs The new methods tend to that earlier sparked much of the Rates Effective April 1, 1964 H Pew 5e.l.r .,, "
understate advances early in,,Increase In profits. ProductivityIs lory .., conoego I, L 0 ,

the year and pad out the figuresfor the amount ot goods turnedout W 110I1211' 'j" PM

the summer, when industrial per man hour of labor. Last tj f' Co/li.r Co..I1 w. tIll 4/81 Volkiwigon' Slat.on wegon .

production normally relaxes.But year productivity was rising very good condition See
the revisions show that enough to more than offset In. PUBLISHED DAILY at Caribbean Qardeni or 7/ISIS Call

April and May production made creased labor costs And profit .' ( Monday & Saturday) MI MO"
much bigger advances than did rose smartly.The \1954 Chevy 4 Or ltd Trans
.. Trust I' NQ I... Collier County, Florida MI i tOM
June, even when aeasonallY ad. Morgan Guaranty '. Good ncond cm
justed This isn't cause for .,
DOZENS OF GROUPER were boated Tuesday by three<< Bonita Beach alarm since the direction 1*still survey that "the very sharp rise i 44-Mobile Homes

residents and a visitor from New York From left are Mrs. and Mr. upward. It's Just something to in employment during the first f't

I Bert Holly, Mrs. Kathleen Starr of Cioton-on-lludson, N. Y.. and watch if it sets a trend toward half of the year hints that some : LOCAL RATESI .III- New Moon SO'.10'

Mrs. Martha Skinner. They were fishing from Capt. Ralph Odom's slower gains. slowdown of productivity gains ,,. -', Cloud film in'""ictee An"rt"..ed porch,..Bo,..

Gulf Spray. (NEWS photo) may already have occurred. .. or I lnos.l.pna. por ins ___ .-- --- Ih ..,... park 7/1 lOt

Find EncephalitisVirus Expansion of G4P-the Cross S a or 4) Coniecullv Iniertion per tins II.
National Product-tn 1983_t a I Contecullv Iniertion. per line .Ila 45-Trailer! For Rent

(Equine) In rate not much different from ; ;0 Conitutiv. 'iasert'onn, p. line ,lIe

J Lets Go oat tI f this year's flrsUhalf pace-was 5$ (Abase eaten applw 10 S pI tees count" svesa. Trtiler Ito' a week tl u'pi.wel' *'e U will j week'V

; White House Projects Rosy S. Florida, Mexico accomplished without nearly as ': wards 10 Ih. I Itne I Rock Creek T ''r' Park

> >< I vi. fast a rise In the active workforce "mt
rus of Venezuelan Equlhe Encephalitis . .;, ' 'ro't''t 48-Apti. For Rent
U productivity gains slowdown .
has been found in '.. '
Outlook For Economic Future Mexico and southern Florida further, the bank foreseesa APT. FOR RENTI

time of "adverse cost, price, CHARGE 75< I bedroom Apt P" .aIr Phone
the first time this potential and profit dev.lopmenta"sp.. MINIMUM MI tarn >/attnticiency

" WASHINGTON (AP-A rosy The Commerce Departmentmade threat to man and horses has dally if Increases acceler. Wtekly or M* Mk.

outlook for the nation's economy its own announcement of been found north of Panama, It ate simultaneously.wage 8-pt. type charged na I'd lines lit4LflWW' f

was projected today from facts a record $618.5 billion yearly was reported today.At The Cross National Product it.pt. type rhnrerd an 2 lines S\KLE SIIORES ArtS.MI .

and figures reported from the rate for the gross national pro. hiGh ? ritOP NEEDED the same time, scientists figures also are being revised. U-pt. type thai'eoj a* 3 lInes I Mt AroeC Av5I

White Home, and President duct -4he sum of all goods and FOR TOP PERFORMANCEThe : disclosed finding blood-test evidence The Department of Commercehas 30pt. type chnrgpil as 4 linn K.II" 'Road osd

'Johnson haUe 'our atronc aru} services, government and prU propeller 1 In one of the mewl that Seminole Indiana of lowered last year's figures 34.pt type charged as 6 linn Clues I A i to bedroom thoppi' .iplt'(,'.F 4,in IIS,,,"per.,.

balanced economic expansion." vate.But Important part of an outboard motor the Big Cypress Reservation In to $583.9 billion from the earlier month Call r r HH '",.. al
He commented after the Com. Johnson was primed with It ie aiMt one of the rnoul mi. southern Florida had been in.estimate of $585.1 billion. For All Classified Adi are crib with ontrr unlfii Randolph Full... StHi DM:r MI
He Ml
merce Department reported a statement that "we fully expect understood. part. If you have heard fected by the virus at sometime th, final quarter of 1963 this to. Advertiser hu tsMishci nrcount with the NEWS: J"ct.w f IfAPT
$10 billion rise In the In the about ihinit like, rlll.h. diameterand In the had
Thursday a gains second half pa.t-but ap. tal of the nation's output of DAILY DIADUNE 10 A.M Day Prior Publication,
the annual rate of the pose national of the year to be even greater rpm'a, but don quite und..r.oland parently built up a high I[degree and services has nOwbeen POR RENT
what It'a all almut, this! el goods SUNDAY! DEADliNE 10 AM FridayAll Nee, I bed'oim Apt U"'u'.hc
product for the April-June than the first. "lanai ion from rvmrudn: .engineer! of Immunity through repeated put at an annual rate at with ttcivr A ..,... Cai
quarter over that for the It was the 14th straight quart. exposure. port vIa"":on, ( .Hi ally locuted
Bill. female ihauld help answer your $599 billion, instJad of the ear. Adi Must Do In 1 ihllaca Type b.., h sIr, 00
preceding three months. er, dating back to early 1961 In quntions The reports were published in Her $600.1 billion. month near.ar rod, Randolph per

That came only a few hours which the figure has set a new Pitch I. the angle at which the the current issue of "Science,'' AU of this estlmate.changlne! I National, per line . 30< Fuller'! Nertllor Ml I .' 2 47rtf _

after Secretary of Labor Willard high and the figure was $100 liladei are attached to the hub en.preioed official weekly of the Aiherlcan Is watched more closely Just Clmified Display, per Inch . $1.751Announcem.nh EMcienc'el. lroy.- Week, -or

Wtrtc visited the White House to billion higher than that during In nehru of water travel.Theoretkslly I. Association for the Advance. now than It might in other times Month, (hell MOTELI Ml

report to Johnson that total non. the 1960 recession. a propeller with an ment of Science.Yenezuelan because of the guesting game 110' or Ml tilts
I 11 Inch pitch will travel II inrhei -
farm employment and weekly ---- Equine Encephal. prntx 00
through the water every time. It revnlvea -ills is caused 'over how long the present up. _ _ _ Porn I .bdrm eptl Cfficientie ,
factory earnings reached record by a virus trans In the business will let Ill
wing cycle Cond
In practice, however, the I TV. Air
high levels during June. Soviet Gives dmlance i I la leiw due to alipttage.I muted to man and horses by last. It's In its 41st month-If with a PIAZA BfcALTY SALON:' Ave le Ml 1 4>ll t/ttj

The announcements broke : certain mosquitoes. It is charac. ..... ... ,., apart.
a Propeller aim i are demgnated l by you Ignore a bobble late In 1962 "" r T. T F'iiiad I badraim .

self-imposed silence at the two numb..... each an 10 x II. The termed mainly by fever, muscu. -.nd many experts are rooting low costWANT MI4I.u .." .ment end. Hula b.m lime'MIUII, room. tH.jlToeJ'oim kitchen

White House during most of the UN Summary Of firm number ia the diameter and the lar pains and respiratory and for It to last well into 1965. The lurn,ihed el,t,one,

Republican national convention erond the pitih gastrointestinal symptoms. trend Is still upward( even If the AD 2-B.ket apt N. pals or children. MIa
and itlll contained no direct reference Aa pitch or blade angle la Incrranecl I Sometimes it can be fatal to Is bit slower. ill, or MI ltH ".1'
pace a VU Praelor.lI, n w ---
IV''M Honda
to Republican charges of Space orp la needed lo humans, but death Is more" rom.. : Fully tquippod. Light. Slop Trad;;wlnd AparlminliLovely

'fiscal Irresponsibility" against move the propeller through the mon among horses. liihU. A tpnd .h." Jot Black Apl t) dineer F :,
water Thin being the It be Or Ml' 1 >2tl. : Yi'.;rlyor ;
UNITED NATIONS N.Y. fine, .. 4A Orchid' b.ech 4 Iop..e:
the Democrats."All AP-For cornea apparent! that the amount of __ A team_ of virologists of the PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE 7/17.MViYit .monthly flQ4I.ll'

I'm reporting Is the ( the first time the So. will be a controlling lar lor u.s. public Health Service's I 4 .' "'doo"..' apt' I ii",,nhd ,

facts. You Interpret them," viet Union has given the U.N. pitch. tent the .engine can turn. Communicable Disease center,. NOTICE OF APPLIcATIoN rom TAlC DUD 3-Boati-Motofi Accel. Clair to CCI'rp/'a $I.", 4 ft P4month
P HarI alII.
Wlrtz told newsmen.Defense Committee on Peaceful Uses of Since i all outboard deaigned Atlanta, told of Isolating the Sen. > 5. Ruth Broihoar, """ .. : I Ollll... MtJ
Miller and .f..II
t''i.hr GIVEN' the Caioy "BOAT
IS r'I"I.h
Outer ; : : : NOTICE HIRE.B.V
Space a summary of So. la Iw a ape virus from mosquitoes In Ever. holder$ of lha tUIovwnii.taa; certificate tie* filed. Mid ciriticitei, tor a ron SALEIs -tOe ho> J 'l' '" .rr.JoOj, :" .;J .. ,
viet accomplishments l space;;,.clilC\. \ rna ranges, its very important glades National Park. 'tea deed 10 be N*ail( thereon, the certificate numben and yeara' ofliiuince Gray Lymeennabeot Inboard Levi, b. well, "
research, an Informed source for bent .performance and longer They also found evidence that deicrlption' of property end nam fn which- eweiied arc aafollowi extra noon 00. tee Cuba turnar NOR TitlE\; A1'TS

MovesTo said today. engine life! that the propeller. be certain mice and rats in the : Ml t Mil, /Hit Weekly Monthly. I......

The source said the 30-page properly nil II'h"d to the boat and area had been exposed :to the Certificate" Diicrlptlon Property t { { (11_A.t2t.2L! __ Modern frnsIvdaII.ncieS, ,

document was "extremely In. load rombination virus. ?JI of lCd toll ilIA 'Incl Slock I T...,. I. 5-Butioeu Oppt.BUIINEIS 1 bedroom apt E Naple' ..
Halt TrialIn It all boila down to the fart thai Naple Fred Di Terrlce Kelly Rd
terestlng and an encouraging '/"! _
there ia no such thing! aa a aland ill of "IIU Lei >4 M Block M Unit 4. Maple OPPORTUNITY' '
development for the 28. nation ard propeller That why outboard Park .r.rl. t William. itPS Good foinf b..*,"... for eel,*. FOR RENT
committee. The committee will I Unit I.'Smite Short! Edgar tier Calerina Lunch Truck Mutt APT .
Blast Case manufac'turera offer a choice of Legislative Aid of IIU Lot 17 Hock Ait Conditioned' turn ihed efIn
meet at U.N. Farmiltea. See saIl Cell.. Ml' 2 Sill or Mil 2511. ,. beech end
headquarters Oct. propellers with the purrhaw of Ih..lrlar.r Ill of IMI Tract 71. :'c, Apt nIl
26 to draft fie II. Tp 41 a Hi. SC I. Pit' 4 pale I). Vincent. Fpyola 1/IUI plo 090 00 per month Mid.
a for
report the Gen. enginea. ia perfect for
MIAMI (AP) Trial of four May SoughtInDade's Oistg
eral 21 ot 19U e.a at IE Car, cad W Il| trnt O flyanft WI
men charged with conspiracy to Assembly opening Nov. 10. one boat may not lie auitable for an lo POB N IU :ft W f 11 ft, S Alfred! A Me tenon 13-Help Want. FemaUSenlor
dynamite a Florida East Coast The United Nations will pub. Identical boat uned for a different Tax Mess 112 I It. E II I ft to POe, led II 49-Hou For Rent
Twp 10 S Rso il E.
flab "
freight train In U.s. the Soviet summary after it purprwe ,, Seeuty Operator lo man
Railway Court while Is translated and the Russians In general, It can be aaid that a MIAMI (AP) Mayor Robert All of saId property baffle .In Collier County' horld' *. . 'ate Beauty Shop Good opporlumly FURNISHED HOUSE
District today a check the high: pitch propeller la wed for King High said he would urge Un''..' .ueh ceetificato 0' ClFt"'U'" h' Ii 'ad.aned. .cco"I" 10 to clfM per.on Mid. I b.do"' Iurnslad Ea,1 N..
writ of prohibition Is being translation for accu. ,J peed or on a lighter boat. A I low Cov. Furls Bryant today to calla law. the property deicrlbed therain will bo Sold to the liiiheit, bidder, mae LUS 1/1451. plei. Fie Fine location, Nice
studied by the 5th Circuit Courtof racy. pitch propeller ia lined for et the courlhouie door. Collier County Ceurthoute Building C, on the .. yerd City water MI t.)71tH .
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The United ,States and other poweror special session of the Legls. firtt Mondey In Auauit. ItM which I* Auguit Ird. 'Itt4Deted . Will wnnlsd foe snack >/ .iti
Appeal In New Orleans. on a heavier boat The only way lature aimed at preventing DadeCounty' July: 5. ,ItU. and Ioan5l. Must b. St gre MI
nations on the committee pre. bit MAfiflARET T SCOTT I "ti. 1/51.11 ,nhl heut*
to turr boat la properlypropellered Staroom i
The writ was filed by attorneys your new doubled tax roll n.'M: *
viously submitted Informationon (CURK"$ SEAL' A:r to.'id: i via <
representing Joseph Leo I I. to check the enginerpm from going Into effect. Curl Cl Ci.e..ltj.r. 0' enue "..' Purl P,>,'try I.:
their space research. with a la..hom..l..r. Your marine. Spilled. CSUMYc 'terIds 14-Help Wanted MaUftetponaible quire .141 Frank WII.":"": u. MI
33 of
Miami and John .
Vedder The last General Assembly dealer should be able In do thin and The Miami mayor asked July I. 10. I?. 14 11104 ' 1195 44)l_ iI'.JI IHouie

W. Davis, 28, of St. Lucie U it approved by acclamation a pro. at the annie time recommend a different Thursday to take action by the man avenlnai at for rent 1 .kdrm tbeih
Is granted It could abruptly propeller if it li needed.If city commission said he would Trail.,. Bui nation, Plion unlurnnhed Veirlyleaie
to promote International MIlItSt. >/l tf .
gram I IS Cell
halt the trial of Vedder Davis APPLICATION POM TAX DUD Available Aufii
boating rig IHn'Illvin" fly to Tallahassee to confer with NOTICE Of
and two others which cooperation in exploration of your kind you. IM 114 II, P *. ,;;;r Claa. iheel metal. mecnen. MI 1442? 1/11,11
began outer space, Including further the of performance you expeeled. Bryant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Pets Ooub tioldar I ot Ih. followmala 10 with commerciel' .adr.II'
Monday.The Mart by checking the propeller The request was almost cer. corllficitca, Can filod ald cartltlcdaa tor a ta> dud lo b* lana.IC. .."I'a'' ouperience, Conteel Conitioned Sell
others John Katslkos 40 I exploration of the solar system.It . On amaller rngmea, It', not .,... Tha cartificola numb.r* and ef ittuanco. daicrfptionof Air Corp >'U lull 54-Trad. or
tan to be discussed .J.a.e {
among rep. follow 'I 1.
also approved the establish. proparty and namo In which a> : treet North, Naplet
and Hugh Winn 69 both of Mlami too Important but with and ..... ;iis. ,,, ." ,d. I b.d"om 'r "
resentatlves of the MayonCoun. ,
ment of legal guidelines on high horsepower motora changing Cortlflealo' Datcrlption. of Property A.atd to: .', w.IPiw.inh..ie, '' lto,4n,
are charged with Vedder far
ell on Fair Apportionment also awvre. 1 uII.Ig ta"'ot
I, space activity. a propeller can make a big difference Wanted , ,,, .,. .. na?
and Davis with attempting to I In his last before meeting today in Tallahassee.High I0lo -Loll' Block I Mainline Id 'Gilbert, atallwortltIM 3-Salei Help 1 1111 SrI II57Houses III' 0' hi MI
dynamite a freight train on the the United Nations the late Is on the council. of I9M Lot U Block I Mainline Id Q t. Mad,fan Tipori.n.a d c.. ..I......". 5.1.'
strike-bound railroad near Vero Miami city commissioner Sid. 117 of IUI Lot JJ Block B Samlnola Stf Harry I. KrahnIII any plua Commlmon for quail For Sal
.Beach last March President John F. Kennedy pro. of l 19" Lot 14 Block B Walla M Joe ptrnandol tied. man Apply. in penon *_
: 12. DOled that the Soviet Union loin Lawyers Study ney Aronovtts said "the public 10 of IMf W Ill ot NK of N* C t Blackburn. GULF COAST MOTORS23Miit.
Vedder and Da. must be cushioned from the :arr: T Ills SIll 11.1 lentIl
r the United States In a manned of NEtt IM I. Top E, 1/14.31 Cemplntiily. Purnlihed waterfront
vis contend their rights to effec. expedition to the Presl. Net Worth Of sharp Impact of the court decl.slon I acre. CMS Home Access tofulf
tlve counsel denied because moon. and the of tax II of IM2 NVt of EU of WH of NWVt of Nl Reverie cycle eir condi
doubling the .
were dent Johnson repeated the pro. Sac. I. Top H S Rfo 7t C. I oorot C. .I.. .Blackburn For Salt ." Organ Retnferelor
their conversations with posal after death. Rogero In 56 roll. They must be given some All ot laid' prop.rly being In Collier''' C."I/. Flo'.... I roar.. .bill ,in 'sn. and ova".
took In a Kennedy's relief." '',Unleii' auch certificate or caelili,aI.nn".r.. be redeemed. according' '0law. marlin snd drver t
their place \
attorney The Russians expressed Interestbut TAMPA (AP) Interest In the properly '.terob.' therein' will, .be >od to the kihe' .biarfirCollier Room Air Conditioner. 00' :0 berd IIJ. oo.I"/ .
I"bugged" room of the 8t. Lode said wanted Income tax evasion trial of AronoviU suggested the Leg, III the courihoute door. County Courtheuw, Bulldm, C. on the O E double oven rent 7117 SIAlIroeI'vI
they more timeto the Q E 40
at Fort Pierce. islature postpone the new assess' tint Monday In ......1, I.... which I en AufvM I'd ,fl... Air Cond.Iovar
jail Both practically new
County of : CSSt
member Home
study the matter.At Al Rogero former Dated July J KM. : :: l/t 00Mlllltt furnithed
Otf | .
trial it was ment for six months 1100 Rente t bath Good loca
Earlier In the centered or a year 'oU."all" f SCOTTClack Bedroom
Us October meeting, the the state road I 111.1 Jill
brought out that the room In to allow time for "an adequateand (eCLI"K" IEALI inn Ml
abatement of his net < ClueS
U.N. space committee will con. today on a o( Ira I of I
which the talked with an fair tax roll" to be Collier, County.: Florida'
men alder reports from subcommlU worth on Dec. 31, 1936. pre. ''' 26-Perional ) Bedroom I Ibo"S, 11 Ave
# .,
July I. II 17 tl. ItM
their arrest pared. look and
North Mist tell
attorney following tees dealing with legal and The statement was from T. -
mike offer week nd or liter
N'IlYU0I *
contained a hidden microphone. scientific and technical aspectsof Tweed McMullen of Clearwater, ALCOHOLICS I I em 71.1. MSUMMER
During cross examination ofFBI outer space cooperation.They a government witness, and the s.c. lHio. PS p'obiemt, *"> '0' help, .by cmnfMi .
agent Robert McNamara enterit NOTICE IS MEPEBr GlVtl.. th.l C C Danford the holder ., S 41tl v.lorl cord"eiirweicamed I bodoo" 110.... iarnlslmd.CallMI I
had met earlier this government attempted to 'tr.I'
Mil. yearIn Production Per the fnllowinf certificeiea hat f'led taid certificate for or lei deed to MoI.rg5 ,n ,...1 __ f.j3jj
,Thursday defense attorney
Geneva. into the record. The defense bo Ifiued thereon, The cen.l.eele number* pud vases Iteuence, thedetcnption Bept'tl Church Anne an Hh
Jton Carr brought out only two held It out overnight for study. Cow Increased Dy :r:: of the property. and the comic .In which It wet a......d are Ill at 7th A,. :;''' Toes andfri SPECIAL ,
5. na"l al I PM Brand new CSS Cause I largebedroomt
.admissions. McMullen testified he repre C.eIicals No 111 III Veer of I nuance IHI well lo well *lol>.
McNamara said he Instructedthe WithA sented Rogero, s Clearwater State's DairymenWINTER UeMription' Property, Lola It and 41 Oul! H'rbor.."" '.* recorded Plat, large k, hocus lam .built
FBI's undercover man, 2 businessman In the case of a 'i0NemS""n' : which, ........: Quit Htrbor. Cat,..;..."" 33-Servicei OfferedA room Birch Cabinet terretf. floor large. living Q 1
Floyd Becker, not to participatein claim by the government aglnst PARK (AP) The All of aid property b..". in the County of Collier. Stito of FloridaUnlMi c.iO5: heal Carport 4 Landcapng .
any burglary to obtain dyna. IdeaA Florida dairy Industry has risen auch certificate or certificate ..>ell be redeemed according.. .. t A Peinlinf! Cempeny,... G.,,,".. Olf.r.e by Owner,
Single Rogero amounting to $22,000 or lo law the properly letcribod in naN """ .ul. or ccKtificeie: oval Pinl.ng M.. Ito' 000 1700 Trail Terrace, "No
mite, and denied that the FBI '23COO. McMullen said it was from lowest in production per cold to the Vahrat bidder a5 the court ;::e door on the I."m.MondeyIn cut lummer rate MI I MM Naples Phone Ml I 1 !4S7lM .
In Month of | KM which, I In the day ef l/t 4.M
put recording devices Ved. two.car collision about 4 "compromised and settled" for cow to above the national aver. D.ed tIns lid day of Ju.y.. 14ClEP.Kf.EAU

der's or Davis' car or horn p.m. yesterday causing only about $10,000, payable over a age in nine years, Commissioner .N""GARIT. T. ICOTr, Do you need your houi

minor damages, investigated period of several years. The of Agriculture Doyle Conner < Clark .f CI.ult. CairO 5. or any type of fur. 58-lota For Sale
by Police Sergeant Jack Bliss "claim" was not identified. says. (all... County florid* painted -
Railroads Argue who charged William T. Fenwick McMullen testified that Ro. "Florida had 1,200 dairy July I. II It. 14. ItM *". .'niture? Call Marco. MId. LOiS FOR IPRlNOSJM SALElSONITA '' .

of Bonita Springs with an Impro. gero participated In the profitsof farms in IMS, with an annual ny 2.t\82\ T/H.31 toned. permittina UO corner; retail recently. 00'.re-*.

Against MergerOf per turn. a property sale to the PlneU Income of $50 million" Conner NOTICE 01' APPLICATION P05 TAlC DEED etc Priced at I4i0 00 for aulckila
1953 Chev. 19S7. told the Florida Dairy Farmers .... tSllL PS SaU Owner Mr*' H W focI
Fenwick, driving a las County School Board In }8-Autoi For t lui,
5mW. ol 51. fallow'Ing ren Midwey ar Mldwey
ACL-Seaboard '
rolet and Arthur Brown of Na The property Identified only by Federation Thursday NOTICE a.. caetfaIn 5 utnisY far GIVEN a ii. deed 11.1 0b'IoI to I. .::-J tIIieSin. Till iWilfics'sel 14701 l v1 7/UJt
JACKSONVILLE AP) Ten pies, driving a 1959 Opal, were legal description, was sold by "By 1962, fierce competitionhad '' .' co. description of property and "..... ,n SALELOOKING ..--.
( :,:: :..::J.::: :::; t
railroads begin arguing against proceeding south on the Trail. Mary Belle Rogers as trustee, forced out half of these :' FOR A 59-Acfeage

merger of the Atlantic CoastLine Brown was In the lane next to McMullen said. farmers but the 600 left had an Certificate, Oeicriptlexi. .. Properly Aliened''lot WAGON SEE THESE

and the Seaboard Air Line the curb Intending to make a He testified that net proceedsof Income of more than 117 mil tflti-- Parcel II ft Sig ii'ft FUeNareJ. N TowmendSo Powerl DIITREISH' Owsecmonl' "
101.11 J
railroads In federal court today. right turn onto Fifth Avenue, the sale were $20,297, of lion. This last year Florida of anal 111IJ'.r NW Cor: See It l Ford Pord Iqu Squ.ri""re Power pr,ce Collier 10 acre County IISO Real E .
M SRsa |
Originally b r 0 u g h t by the South. Fenwlck was In the which a third went to Miss Rog. dairymen surpassed the nation Ion II II. Etl all. in lee 11 Twp M II Ford Feleon Wegon..e."Power Suck ::;:,,1A1 23114. Open S' ''dafMI .
FlorKla. East Coast Railway, the straight ahead lane, and reported. era and the remainder to Ro.gero al average. of Slat IWIII of NEtfj cff Silk. See IS, William J. Ulrlch II. Rambler, Americen SI. .

,suit asks the court to strike 1* turned right In front of Brown. Twp M S R|* It E, II acre FOR SEDANS lEE THESE V AT C bALk.
to the cars was estl. McMullen said he represented IM of IMI Lot II R.becie Week* Id Rebecca Week ,. Power NO BROKERIOwnar
down an Interstate Commerce II Qelaii D ""'uit tell three .
Ill of IMZ Lot* I, I Block I Unit I. NaPles franco* H. Wirwn .
1 Or SIck
each. title
Commission order approving mated at about 125 them when they acquired Par* i I) Future I Orti I kair rome In THE MOORINGS .
the merger r. to the> property and disbursed tot of IWO Lot I. Block tl Unit ). H.ple. Peel Jo*. Ocr tl Feirlene t Or AT on central ng carpeting heel and 5pmcdi' .
HOUSE WITH after It was .old. IKJAL NOTICE' Martin ".,,sndas I' Chevy Impalle 4 Or Air throughenil
the .
money t
Labor i".lPt bedroom
The Railway Executives NOTICE Of PUSLIC MEARINO ,, Complete
Association and nine other CABOOSE BEHINDMlDDLESDORO as Rogero's share.lHjh A continuation of PbIS' HearIng ,. lit ef INS Lot tl Block' It Unit .. Naples "..... George Herding .. Chevy Chevy Cerveir Bi*. 4 D 4 0 ATM ,. Stick MIC ion including' dupoial
-- duly called and heard on Wedneidey 247 of IMI .. M ft ef No lot fl of Lot f II ..lIr. 4 Or VIM and ihwaiher: Nice, screened
railroads have Joined tl.e FECIn Ky. (AP) --"- July UK end Thunder incl Block II Tier II. Napiei' Nor Mama tl V Chevy w. I Ortl peved detvewiysodd.,
the suit. R. T. Richard has no need for a Stas- July tth. 941. at I 00 A M lo hear Buick MT Power 17.:, hn. Ml 1404 .
Defection .ec......._..,..... otto < All of Mid property being In Collier Count' Florida 4 D,. 4 Ipd \ rM . "" If
The railroads contend t b emerger den or summer camp. In referring to oceans be. the propoeed reviled. Zoning Ordinanro Unlei. tuch cerlificete: or eertificelet ihell be redeemed according, t* tl Hillman _
would monopolize trans. He's renovatuif an old rail yond the three.mile limit as of I". City of Niplo Florido .lew the property deicribed,. therein will .b* Mid to the gheit' b.dder Call Ml S 5)04COLLIER 66-IniurancejSeve
will ko hold ot II to AM. onAuftni ..111.* courthouM door Collier' County Courthouie BuiMin* C. on the COUNTY "00"*
portation services and decrease road cabooae In his backyard for the high seas, the word t. ItM ,,, too Council CII..'.. firet in Auguel. ..... w th C All,." Jral I.... Yen Friendly FORD
competition. The unions say the play partita and work. high is in its older meaning of C.,.. City Moll, MS son Uriel, DIM ::;;'al. IM4. MERCURY 4 COMET Dealer Money *-> Ceew: PavmM >
tout.*. hapi.,. (HondoARCHIE MARGARET T SCOTT I"t." A..lo. I'
merger would cut down on Jobs. Mtil be more of a novelty and 'public" in the same manner TURNE Mayor CLERKS lULl ,.,;
than I also I is used in IInUT, Clerk, of Circuit Court ..fCaII..g JAEGER 0".1:
The Department of Justice It ls cheaper anything it "high Li.,. Lohmoit City tier County, Florida. CALL TilE NEWS FOR SIlls J.U=

announced In April that It would could have built from the start" ways" which really are publicroads July Il. 11. i isee .lil July I. II 17 14 IM4 *IM kUBBERSTAMI'S 5dL 1m. ?!fL.,

also argue) against the merger said Richard.

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I 8 COLLIE i. COUNTY NEWS Friday, July 17, 1964200POUND Premier Ikeda Scott Carpenter 1 t

Extremism To Defend ;

I- :[ I Appoints Sixth Motor Breaks Bike Arm Ride On .'\\J1

Cabinet TodayTOKYO Liberty No Vice Barry tronaut HOUSTON M. Scott, Tex Carpenter(AP) has As. '.' .'."

(AP)-Premier Hay,. become the second member of
atu tkeda named today his sixth the U.S space team to be hoes
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Sen. Kenneth B. Keating of
pitalized by earth accidents aft.
Cabinet since becoming head ol r
Launching his presidential cam. New York, who was one of the
er making successful orbital
Japan's government four yean I palgn with the declaration that most active opponents of the Ar. with
flights nothing more than
i ago.He "extremism in the defense of izonan before his nomination,
named Etsusaburo Shllna,,,' liberty is no vice," Arizona Sen. left the Cow Palace Immediately a slight scratch.
44 66, a newcomer In the field ol r f Barry Goldwater moved today to after Goldwater's speech. He Carpenter received a compound d
fracture of his lower left
diplomacy! to replace Masayo' cement his control of the Republican was followed by about half the
arm when he lost control of a
shi Ohlra as foreign minister.Ikeda's .
party. New York delegation, setting off
motor bike he was riding early
fifth Cabinet d 1
__ resignearlier Goldwater told cheering, a stir of speculation that theywere '
Thursday on a gravel road near
today In accordance 1 I
stamping horn-blowing convene staging a protest walkout.
Hamilton, Bermuda;
with custom following his reelection 'lion delegates as he accepted However New York National
as president of the rul.' the GOP psinlr.itlon: In the Cow Committeeman George Hinman Capt. George F. Bond of the

ing Liberal.Democratic partyHis ,Palace Thursday night that "it said there was no such Intention Navy Medical Corps in Bermu.da .
re-election a week ago assured ''II the cause of Republicanism and other New York Republicans said Carpenter's injury
him another two yean 1 to ensure that power remains in said all that was Involved knocked him out of an oppor.
as premier. the hands of the people. was an effort to beat the tunity of becoming the first human

The Cabinet reshuffle was not;, "The Good Lord raised up this traffic out of the Cow Palace to explore the two most
r ty'h expected to bring any major hostile environments known to
mighty republic to be a home of area.
,/r + changes In Japan's foreign or man-outer space and an ocean
the brave and to flourish as the About as near as Goldwatercame
domestic policy.It land of the free not to stagnate to the civil rights issue In bed
was necessary to appease': In the swampland of col.'lectlvl.mflot his acceptance speech was his
rivalry among the numerous|' to cringe before declaration "We do not seek to
factions within Ikeda's party' the bullying of communism," live anyone's life for him-we I
and to give Cabinet posts to in.', he declared. seek only to secure his rights, SheppardHas
r fluentlal party members who'I Cheered throughout his speechhe guarantee him opportunity to

backed Ikeda for re-election. got his biggest hand from strive, with government per.

delegates who had been warned forming only those needed and
about the threat of extremist elements constitutionally sanctioned tasks Night

Send Out NegroYoungsters to, their party when he which cannot otherwise be per.
formed." ... .
: said: "Extremism in the defense -
4t of liberty is no vice. Mod. Miller who voted In the House THREE LITTLE KITTENS in need of homes -

For ration In the pursuit of justiceis for the civil rights bill which Of Freedom not mittens are receiving their daily TLC from

no virtue." Goldwater opposed In the Sen. office volunteer, Betty Wallinjrford. at the Humane
Clad in a dark business suit ate, was expected to take some COLUMBUS Ohio (AP)-Dr. shelter. These playful "Animalsof
Rights Law TestST. and wearing, as usual, his horn. of the heat of this Issue off the Sam Sheppard, convicted Cleve. Society's
9 rimmed glasses Goldwater head of the ticket. land wife slayer, waited in a the Day" are described as short-haired, one .f

-.a- -wvy. AUGUS TINE (AP) marched triumphantly Into the But Dr Martin Luther King plush motel here today for au. coal black with green eyes, one orange and white,

"Don't say anybody sent your glare on the podium after his Jr., a Negro leader described thorlites who plan to take him and the other tiger brown. They are just a few
JEWFISII was caught Tuesday Just act like you went shoppingand unanimously elected running Goldwater's nomination as "di back to Ohio Penitentiary. of many lonesome felines being offered for adop

ternoon on hook and line by Bert !Holly of Bonita got hungry. But look mate, Rep. William E. Miller of sastrous. He urged voters to Sheppard, who spent his first tion and may be seen at the shelter between 12
I Beach. (Holly was member of party of four aboard through the window first to be New York, had accepted the deny support to any Republican night of freedom In more than and 3 daily.
Capt. Ralph Odom's boat, the Gulf Spray, that had sure there's a seat." vice presidential nomination. candidate who "does not public. nine years, had been released p.m.

good luck in the 10,000)( was These Instructions, togetherwith Balloons cascaded down on the ly disassociate himself from from the, prison only Thursday
weighed at SportSpot Islands.NEWS( photo) a five dollar bill, are given Arizona senator as pandemonium Sen. Goldwater and his philoso afternoon.
Negro youngsters before they broke loose. phy." Now, confused legal maneu. I----------.l
leave to test compliance of res. In Washington George Reedy vers are being unraveled In the
taurants with the civil ........ .. .
Ohio attorney general's office - -
TOUGH PLAYER White House press secretary,
King Vows To Knock Down law.Focal Miller, noted as a rough-and commented on Goldwater's pre That office Is making an effort .
point Is the Negro Elks tumble campaigner played vious description of Johnson as to have a U.S. marshal servean

I Lodge where Negro youngsters down Ms role with a short "the biggest faker in the United order revoking a federal district .
get Instructions from Hosea Wll. speech In which he said he was States" and "the phoniest Individual court's original decision to
Barriers In St. Augustine Hams, deputy of Dr Martin happy to be standing in the who ever came along." free Sheppard.It I '
Luther King Jr., head of the campaign at the side of "a man "I think that the American may be, the attorney gen.

put on our walking: shoe., we Southern Christian Leadership who more than any other I have people have spent a good many eral's office said, that a federal I !J \
( ) Council statue court order have to be obtained
will ever known in American life years building up the of may
do it that
Martin Luther Jr. Is backIn way. .
King "Don't argue with the whiteman the presidency and I don't think for Sheppard's arrest. -- 4
An aide said King would talk speaks the truth to the people, ,
St. and
Augustine vowi to Williams "If he
says. courageously stands for principle wt wouldant to contribute to Meanwhile the 40year.old os-
knock down racial barriers by to Gov. the Farris Bryant who appointed -won't serve you ask him why and devotes himself completely the tearing down of the status of teopath was enjoying what may

whatever means are necessary. biracial committeethat and then ask film his name. to keeping America the presidency," Reedy said. be a brief resplt from prison OWEST .
State troopers have also returned stopped a month of massive want to
We don't anybody get free." There was no White House routine. Thursday night he
as the possibility of a two .demonstrations week truce June 30. A hurt You all be careful now The formalities having been comment on Goldwater's accep. swam in the motel pool, had ,,,
that started
new racial crisis shaped up. and come right back." observed and the 28th Republican tance speech. meals served In his room and
White segregationist have re. with the creation of the commit. divided OHHfYEAR .
The are
youngsters Convention over Goldwater visited with relatives. He was
tee ran out ,
segregated most motels and White Tuesday. Into teams. Team members'names turned his attention to taking AVOIDS THE PERSONAL reunited with a fiancee he did 4PRICES
restaurants."We segregationists have and addresses are re not know
command of the GOP entering prison
been over Goldwater avoided .
are not going the picketing motels and restaurants corded. A team leader Is given any personal few
r.let National Committee.The just a days short of nineyel.1"
Ku Klux Klan run S that agreed last weekto attacks on the Presidentin YSlfR
money and told to bring back candidate ago for the 1954 bludgeon
serve Negroes under the civil presidential his speech winding up the
tine, King told 300 cheering 1THECHRsV :
a receipt. slaying of his wife
acted in advance to pick Dean Marilyn.
rights act. Most of the convention. But attacked the
Negroes at a rally shortly after places They leave the lodge bouyant. ;
Burch second man in his campaign
he arrived Thursday night, have re-segregated. Johnson administration policies
When they return some appear .
"If It can be solved by negotiation During a test of 28 places command to replace Miller vigorously
frightened. Some appear angry.At .
good" King said. "But yesterday all but five refusedto as head of the committee. He Declaring that Americansmust Cannon UsherIn
one restaurant a Negro
has sail he wants to the
If It means we must once more. serve Negroes. cook ripped off her apron and committee actively Into bring the declared renew freedom's vision he 11 \\'
Negroes said the :
quit her Job after a white wait
LOOK OUT BELOW have been threatened. The asked the Integratlonlstsi campaign and to channel any "During four futile years, the New African
OS1IAWA, Ont. (AP-A homeowner white segregationists deny it. "What do niggers want?" future patronage through it. administration we shall replace _-Jo
reported to police that a One motel owner who asked you The triumph of Goldwater's has distorted and lost that vi.
In another a white waitress Summit ,
wounds ParleyCAIRO
conservatism left
motorboat knocked off the top of that his name not be used said quit. She said she would not some sion."It
hi. chimney.The there were no direct threats. unhealed among some of those has talked and talked and r
boat had been hurled into "They sit around outside In serve a Negro. who had opposed his nomina talked the words of freedom. (AP)-Booming can. ';

the air by a 100 miles per hour their cars with Confederate tion. Michigan Gov. George W, But It has failed and failed and non salutes and ringing unity;
CALL THE NEWS FOR Romney said that unless the slogans ushered In another At.
windstorm which swept through flags and you kind of get the failed in the works of freedom. CIDAA
the Georgian Bay area. Idea," he said RUBBER STAMPS nominee demonstrates that he "Wt have lost the brisk pace rlcan summit conference today,
is willing to go beyond the plat.of diversity and the genius of In. but few delegates expectedmore
form in some vital areas such dividual creativity. We are plod. than the usual denuncla. 1

as civil rights, "I will go home ding at a pace set by centralized tlons of colonialism and talk of rp <(

You can profit by his and campaign for Michigan Re planning, red tape rules with. shortcuts to-economic progress.The .

publicans." out responsibility and regimentation second summit meetingof BUMMER .

without recourse." the fledgling Organization of
In the international field, African Unity brought together ALL
Housewife . Goldwater said that "during the most of the dominant personall.ties I 1 ARRIVEDtWE'R7'VER.

mistakeI (Continued from page 1)) Democratic years . we have in 34 Independent African ;; t SLASHED
weakly stumbled into conflict nations above and below' the Sa.
t him in glowing terms. Mother timidly refusing to draw our hara the great divide be. j STOCKED 1h1
wasn't bitter. All through the own lines against aggression tween the Arab north and the
years she never spoke badly of deceitfully refusing to tell even Negro south.President. L
him. It was all love, adorationand our own people of our own full
affection. She told me she participation and tragically let. Gamal Abdel Nas.
loved him very much. She still ting our finest men die on bat. ser of the United Arab Republic
does. tlefield unmarked by purpose stayed until long after midnight
Mrs. Blaeslng was married on pride or the prospect of victo 'at Cairo airport, greeting each
$ept. U, 1938, in Chicago. ry." chief of state or governmenthead. a nWE'VE

The Blaeslngs moved to California "We are at war In Viet Nam," An Egyptian( army band
at the end of World Warn he said, "yet the President who blared the rational anthems of }
and settled in Glendale three is commander in chief of our the new countries and crowdsof GOT BIG 18-FOOT,

and a half years ago. Blaeslng forces refuses to say whether or students and workers ap. C (TWO-TON VALUE
r is manager of an office building. not victory is the objective. His plauded the arriving guests. THE MODEL ATA

I They have three sons, 17, 13 and secretary of defense continuesto Officially, the conference IfOU WANT SMALL CAR
10. mislead and misinform the hopes to further the cause of
Until Thursday Mrs. Blaeslng American people." African unity, step up the fight PRICE
says only her closest friends In introducing Goldwater to for the liberation of Africa's re.
and a few members of the family the convention former ,Vice malnlng colonial territories and

have known of her parentage.Even President Richard M. Nixon end the white rule In South Af.
L her sons hadn't known. said there were some who said rlca and Southern Rhodesia.

"the polls are against us, the These have been recurring

Communists are against us, themes at meetings of the or.
U.S.GIDiesInViet President Johnson Is strong and ganization since Its birth at Ad.

j Nam Battle the Republicans are weak." dls Ababa, Ethiopia 14 months
He drew cheers when he said
SAIGON Viet Nam AP-A Goldwater and Miller ago.President NOBODY
( are going Joseph Kasavubu of 141 ' r
U.S. Army enlisted man was to prove In November that all of WATCHES
and Premier Moise
killed by Viet Cong fire shortly these art wrong Congo OUR
before dawn today as govern. Tshombe were absent, TRADE.IN WE'LL DEAL

m.nt forces lunched an era. -
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tlon against guerrillas; In" ; ALLOWANCES ON TOUR

we + Mekong River delta. j TERMS
1 t I The American died near the I ,

provincial capital of Can Tho, 80 NOON J| STOCKSNEW .
He tried to sell his house himself- miles southwest of Saigon.
The death brought to 159 the

without the help of a Realtors number of U.S servicemenkillert YORK (AP)- Storks at noon I
In combat in Viet Nam

You face five, dangers when you try to s< n iou tlv i i find financing r. take cart ol the since December 1861. Allis Chal 20*', Fla Pw 49" N.Am Av 50 0 O
house yourself You may a. nol know I t1 in ''n.nKet h it i i i r n, details Earlier today a U.S. spokesman Alcoa 70i Fla PAL 7S Penney 583/i
for cisseekers 0
a. be harmed by a parade of i "nn" i, lu sea your house quicker reported that five U.S. 46'4 Ford 53 Pa RR 35t%
Ant Ajr
look for this seal ol your Navy Seabees were wounded ,
I I"'nt Iris t tsar market value
with bargain'
have to cope of the Am Brk 58 Frmst Da 12Vi PepCol 63 FAST
neglect your |lob to play salesman s. <'pos< Realtor Only t Realtor-* Board end when guerrillas ambushed their AmBdPar 42'/i' Frept Sul 35Vi Phil Mar 771,4>
your family to perils from Itra'V' Njtmnii Association ol Real station wagon Thursday near Am Can 451,. Fruth Tr' 331,4 Phlll Pet 55 .
the pro
A Realtor-a professional who has contact ol hit local !board who subscribes to the southern tip of Viet Nam. LOW-INTEREST
of Am 65'i 29% RCA 34%
Code Cyan Gen Dyn
of an
knowledge and experience In sell g IIOUMI- feittonal standards The spokesman said four of
Am Mot 15H El 841,4Gen Rep Stl 46%-
will, I.help you the owner pl..1 Im market, Ethics nay display it Weave 't, ASS the men received only minor AUT 72>/i Gen Fds SO3:\ Revlon 34% FINANCING s
to 4
Realtors Let us prove you
price 3. suggest highWI' that make your | wounds and the fifth was >
find, 1 how much we can help you i iItHini In Am Tob S4. Gen Mills 41)4Gen Rey Tob 44
house most saleable J. 1 cost the, right brought to a Saigon hospital but 0A
Stop house
lamily, 4. make a skilled, sales presentation' your his condition was not serious.
,handle the complicated negotuit lnns, e.help / any bme I Anaconda 46 Goodrich 55 Seaboard 54 I
The ambush occurred as the '
t Armour 50 Goodyr 43'. Sears 1201/.
Seabees were driving on a road ACL 80,i Greyhnd 28% Sinclair 411,.
1< concealed along the opposite Beth Stl 381", lot Hare 79V4 SouthnC 631'/. See your Chrysler dealer-the
bank opened up on the vehicle Boeing 54H: Int Nick 81 SperryR 14%

with a machine-gun and rifle Borden 75 ,. Int PaP 31HJonesAL StBrand 78% best of the big car men
grenades. Brunswk ISis 83% StO NJ 88:%
NAPLESOnTheGulfID Meanwhile, Premier Nguyen Cater Tr S4V4 KalS Al 38'i Studebak 7%
Khanh sent two teams of Invts.tlgators Celanese 71V4 Ken'cott 85 UUgtMy Swift 54%

to the northern border Chrysler 51% 79H Texaco 805,.
area to check his contention CocaCol 138'i Loch'd 34V. U Car bid 124 WOOD CHRYSLER
that Communist North Vietnam.ese Com Ed 53V1 Lorillard 45> Unit Ale 48%
troops) art crossing the fron. Con Edit (3 Mag'vox 31'AMM1M Un Fruit 22%
tier Cant Can 53 62%- US Steel 60 PLYMOUTH, Inc.

The United States has said Dow Che 7U< Mohasco 13>,i Unlv Mat 13%

B OF REALTORS any real North Vietnamese offensive DuPont 263H Monsto 801. WestgEl 34 2600 N. TttnUmi Trail Naples FitIIIJ .
would Justify an 1m. EAL 31tE.Kodak / Mont Wd 38H WinD Dix 36%
mediate extension of the war to U21Flreston.4H', Nat Dair 83Vs Wodwth SOl,.

the Communist north Nat Dlst 26%


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