Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00209
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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 21, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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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Volume ID: VID00209
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Headed For Supreme Court DISTINCTIVE ROOF STYLE contnbutes to at- Around

tiacti\ene of Naples' community center buildingin

Cambiei Park. City Manage Vince Wood expects

building to be read for use early next

Planned month. F B. Schreck is general contractor for the

Appeal $8:,000 building, which was designed by William The r&-rr
W. Zimmerman. It was financed b>' bond

issue and a donation bj Lester J. Norris.
(NEWS photo)

GENEVA:: (AW-The "p"ipuljUrn .

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of 1<"H>pli fl'ulIth,' ",:,tuuttr' to
In Conboy SuitCircuit t ti, ""ll\tlin'jl.Mi' tin world

all l in'iiium U1'" n'lI'llIlIlI: nuthfiltl
r. /.u'dr. the World
tx 11,1 It, Organization '.lH..
II 1''I'.III'I'd the influx from

Judge Archie Odom'i equalization hearing. One roll than the City's submerged.land a ( I'UI.I at' ",it will liurfisf .a

decision Invalidating the City's will show valuations as If the valuations, Coldlng said ilijnljtloii of iRihultiiie' re
"submerged land" ordinancesand contracts were still In force, Coldlng this year Is applying r a e + dint* tin rum iulilion i to
contracts apparently Is not the other will have valuations as developers' rates to The Moor. itv mil 10 |I'r, rend l>\ the 1'1111) of

the last word in the two-year-old If they were not in force Vail ings Unit 3, Royal Harbor, and t 'is't'tttttru.The .
Conboy vs City of Naples suit. dlty of the contracts is still a Port Royal, In accordance with 4 8r k commute or experts said
The defendants, which include legal question, in light of thedefendants' the so-called "Rose Law," state i the world iK'.tililu| |I'' cvts''tedto '
the City and developers of water plans to appeal the statute 192.31. It provides that ter ..-., double liHi*" M ,ii 2000 to
front subdivisions,have indicated judge's decision. unsold lots In developments will mole thin HU Mlllon JIK| allril
they will appeal the Judge's rul. Though a defendant In the ac. be assessed as acreage until 60ler the drift to the rltl** "one or llul '
ing to the State Supreme Court tlon, the City stands to gain a ) cent of the land Is gold t. + t y 'mi'I tal lulliMiRN of out tlmr.ISTANIll'L "

This appeal will not be made good.slzed chunk of money If The county assessor uses comparable .

until after the Judge signs the Judge Odom's ruling Is upheld. values to establish the TmkeP}-
final decree. Judge Odom Issued Purpose of the submerged.land acreage valuation, while the City The ,lili-fi or, slate of Piklstni\
an opinion last week, and direct. contracts, which date in some uses a different formula that reo.ults '
lion and Tut ki>\ ux'iifil ft rntnfet''nce
ed Walter Condon, attorney for cases from 1955, was to Induce in the county assessment .
Haley Vincent H. Conboy, to preparea developers to convert nearly- being higher than the City's.The .
It ,N>,IM.tllim lit UM Cvnlr.ilTicitv )
final decree. The judge is on worthless salj marsh land into difference In the 1963 Na
Oiraiil/itlon t h r i'i'
vacation now and is not expect. dry, desirable property pies tax roll, Coldlng said, was
lion Aril MuxltMii" mi'mix'in.
ed to return until August 27 The contracts provided that $2,762,400 (county valuation $64,
P"'III''lIt' Miiliumnm A\nit
for defense all lots 293,800 city valuation $61,531,
Spokesmen coun. owned by the developer ; Kliin of IMklstm mil I Suit Ma.Imnimod .
sel point out that the allotted would be taxed as acreage fora 400)), Colding said the disparity HV/.I Pallet I of Iriu
0-day period in which to file certain number of years, or was due almost entirely to the were uri'rtfd MoiKl.it In Truth
will not until until 60 cent of the submerged.land contracts.For .
an appeal begin the per lots were
judge signs the decree. So the sold. Developers of Port Royal, 1964, the county's valua. See Burns As We're RollingOn Defense Flays Mi Premier Prt'Klilt'iit Unn-t Immu CI'nl,1 mil Gurm.'111'I,.
,.status of the case is expected to Royal Harbor, The Moorings, lion of Naples real estate has ilRM Minister Cfnnl t-lkln.:
remain as it is until the first of Aqualane Shores, and Oyster Bay dropped to $63,682,550 becauseof
September entered Into submerged.land contracts depreciation The City's val. Victor Despite Star WitnessIn

City Attorney David Spingler with the City.COUNTY uatlon will drop accordingly, NEW: UrLIIl, Imlti (AP-A
said that Darrey Davis, widely. Coldlng said, unless the judge's To Gator AlleyIn Blast CaseMIAMI i holer ") lilcmir In I.I'lIt..1. bi.
known Miami lawyer, will be as. VIEW decision Is upheld and the land Swing Barry ill::I IlllH iklMI 01 lives ttllll, f July

soclated with Hector and Fair County Tax Assessor Sam contracts are Invalidated. In AP) The I I. liialth uullinrltlPM ii'Hrti'il| to
cloth, attorneys for defendant Coldlng said that he also gives that case, the City would realize TALLAHASSEE: (AP) Secretary the latest progress reporton In the survey and work toward , ment's star( witness was govern de. llJV.,
Port Royal, In the appeal. Eplng. developers of new subdivisions a $2,150,000 Jump in its tax of State Tom Adams, a Alligator Alley, county com. securing the rightsvtf.way, scribed today as a psychopathic A "|MKki'iini sold SOS i'01""'"
ler said Davis Is an experienced a tax break by assessing the roll this year, Coldlng said. The Democrat and Florida's chief mIssioners learned this morning land owner In many Mates In. liar in final arguments In the wore rtMi.nioii, in fir!: viiiicfN iii
appellate attorney, and served property as acreage But In no City follows the county valuationIn election officer, sees a tough from County Engineer Harmon eluding Alaska and some In Eur. federal court trial or four men Milnruahtri Stile tilmut :200
until recently as counsel for DadeCounty' Instance are his valuations lower most Instances fight ahead for Democrats In miles northi'iNl; of fnlllIIoILltAwil.rIN.Io
the Turner that 70.61 per tent, or 10 ope will have to be contacted. charged with trying to dynamitea
Metro coming campaign.
government A-daita predict. mU" f of the rlghts.of.wiy for the States leading in the number of a Florida East Count Railway *
state has been land owners outside of Florida (train last March., : : J
ORDERS REASSESSMENTIn (. Florida will vote for Sen. cross highway, %111 tilt I 1111
his eight-page opinion Issued Judge Switches CourtsTo Barry Coldwater, the Republl donated. Include Connecticut, Ohio, Mlchi. The attack on Floyd Becker, (AP)-Twi'iitv-Nlx |N'ramiM dlHMcmiby 1
July 13, Judge Odom invalidatedtwo can nominee for president. Turner reported that an addl. ran, Missouri, Illinois and New 34, of Elma, N.Y., who worked In tUliawalniiui: 400
City ordinances under which 2. A close race between Democrat tlonal IS miles of rights of.way Jersey. as an undercover agent for the miles south of KJW,ilplnill! .i'
the submerged-land contracts bee Haydon Burns of Jackson will be forthcoming this weekor The State Road Department has FBI, was delivered by defense tin result of u severe rains orm,
tween the City and developerswere Give vllle and Republican Charles next as donations, and about been advised, Turner said, of the attorney Henry Carr in an at. UK PaklKtm Tlmi'M ri'Kirli'iU
drawn. He also invalldaU Teen-Age Boy llolley of St. Petersburg. the same amount will have to be Commission's "go.ahead-slg tempt to discredit the govern
ed the contracts as well, and or. Democratic congressional In. appraised and negotiations tnitia. nal" to appoint appraisers and ment's chief witness
dered the City to reassess pro. cumbents "could be in trouble"in ted with owner to acquire the to speed this work, and a reso. SAIGON, South Viet Nam
party covered by the submerged Another Chance At Life the 3rd, 4th and 6th districts. remainder.The lutlon was drawn to authorize A begin considering Jury was the expectedto case (AP)-Framt ,protested to the
stretch Collier the SRD to us'secondary road
land contracts for 1962! 1963, The Incumbents are Claude Pepper across later South Vietnamese governmenttoday
and 1964 tax rolls as If the land of Miami, Dante Fascell of County amounts to 100.78 miles funds to finance this action, following un Invasion of
Turner Donations of Turner said the ERR had ad. "You consider him as a
contracts had not existed Miami and Paul Rogers of West reported may It* Saigon embassy by 50 Viet.
Developers were ordered to Judge Richard M. Stanley Interrupted damage done by the boys at the Palm Beach.. tights.ot.way already providedby vised him that If all rights of. human vulture, a vulture dls. nam M students.(

pay any back taxes that would Monday's lengthy susion Royal Palm Club construction Adams said In a news conference deeds In hand, and I promisesfor way deeds have been secured guised as a man, as a psycho Tin students burned a small
result from the reassessment.This of Juvenile Court and call site. Monday that he thought the additional I 18 miles, will and submitted by August 5, It Is pathlc liar, a setf.admltted per. embassy truck, tore down the
could amount to a substan ed a special session of county They threw concrete blocks Democrats running for the LegIslature clear 85 per rent of the stretch possible that a 10 mites stretch juror, and as a modern Judas," French seal over the enlrunr
difference bt'. for the highway.There this side of Highway 29, might be Carr declared In his denouncla.
tlal sum, since the judge's coun to pass sentence in down from the fourth-floor level would escape a Cold- and smashed teleprinter equip
tween the county and city valua. are 98 parcels of land included in the August bidding by lion, ment furniture and
the case of a 16-year-old boy. and damaged some machines. water surge because voters "are windows. A
to be In his road building contractors Turn. Asst U.S. Atty. Aaron Foo.
land at. acquired. report
tlons of the submerged He the of They also threw a machine off satisfied with the conservativebent leader urged them on shouting
fected by the contracts Is rough\ accepted pleas guilty of the state Democratic Turner said 42 had !been donated *r advised that construction of saner admitted Decker was paid "[town with France, down with
ly $2,750,000. to unauthorized use of a motor the fourth floor, the Investigating candidates." 10 more are expected this the highway, mlrht well begin at $1,400 as an Informer, but said Da Ciulle; down with neutral
Tax Assessor vehicle and possession of alcohol officer aaid. The boys could week or next, leaving a totalof this point He aid It was anSRD his testimony was backed up by Ism."
Presently, City by a minor from the youth. The offer Judge Stanley no reason Adams said he believed Burns 40 parcels to be appraised custom to' let bids In sections, other witnesses. lie said Becker
Bert Pinkston Is preparing a would win but It would be close
"dual roll" for the August 10 judge put him on probation fortwo for doing what they did. because of; the The deeds acquired Include I 1,850. and not (lie entire distance (the had been In no trouble since his
years, under supervision of the Two other boys, 12 and 15, )popularity of Republican 77 acres of land, and deeds ex. highway will run. conviction of three felonies 13 NEW DLL1II: (AP) Prime
Goldwater In Florida.Where ,
Florida Parole Commission The associated In the night-time vandalism petted will add 378.25 acres of "We are doing everything we years ago. MlnlMer Lai Bahadur StudrI,
lecture Democratic defection the 2,386.23 total acres required. can to speed this work," Turn.er All are striking employes of who autfered a mild heart atta .
Javits Won't sentence was designed to give were given a stern could hurt he said In thecongrsslonal
the boy one final chance. by the judge It was brought races.Republican ,, was This leaves 348.21 acres to be advised the Commission, and the railroad. The FEC has beenstrikebound < k June 20, plan to return to
23 19C3 his desk Rda week
store Jan
and 45
appraised ,
Bolt Nor Work The boy had been committed out that these two boys' vanda- ( opposition developed cell par. (Continued on page 7)
twice to Okeechobe School for lUm was confined to taking soft against Rep Charles Ben.

Boys for a total of 20 months drinks out of a machine nett of Jacksonville In the second -

For GoldwaterNEW Me told the judge he did not district, against Rep. Youngsters Involved
and the ON PROBATIONA Claude Pepper of Miami in the
wish back judge
to ,
YORK (AP) Sen. go third, against Rep. Dante Fas
then transferred his case to county 13-year-old boy, who broke
Jacob K. Javits, R.N.Y. said cell of
Miami In the fourth, and
he could be under Into a soft drink machine,was put ResidentsOn
today he will not support Sen. coun, so put against Rep Paul Rogers of County
Barry Goldwater, the Repub. probation to the state parole com on juvenile probation,with conditions West Palm Beach In the sixth

Ik an nominee for president, but mission. which Include a 6p.m.cur Adams said If the Republican!
that he "will not bolt the par. Two boys, 13 and 14 years old, few except when accompanied by party could mount a more general "

ty." were put on juvenile probation by parents. The boy was polygraph- statewide campaign, It .r
Javits told a news confer the judge and ordered to do $200 ed to determined whether he had could be a real'rallving sltua Drinking SpreeSPECIAL

ence, "I will remain a Repub. worth of work for their parents. taken money from the machine, tloir'.
llran. and I urge all Repub. The parents made restitution for but I It developed that he was !4 "" i}
Bran progressives to remain In the : ( TO THE NEWS
scared off scene by approachIng Dr. Sheppard 6yx'lyy )
not surrend. !J
the party. We must footsteps before he could :. ,
er our party for all time to the get f. YORK.-nesldentsofCol- each year to slake the American
ultra.conservatlve forces" Asks Redistrict Into the cash box Bride VisitIn tie c junty appear t I" have beenon thirst for soft drinks

Plan Be Stricken The judge emphasized the dangers ;'Y a drinking spree In the past Much of It, 60 percent,Is purchased
of excessive speed In lecturing year--for soda pop, that Is. In food stores for home

From Fall BallotMIAMI a 18-year-oldboywbowa. New YorkNEW ( They have been putting awayan consumption. Another IS per cent

(AP) Federal court making his first appearance In YORK (AP)-The hon. ,,' U irtment of f fruit drinks, U sold through vending machine.
4 considered today the removal of court "One family In three jmoon charm of a big city, ginger die, club soda,cola drinks The rest Ii dispensed In bars
; Florida's 43 senate, 112.house will have someone hurt In an auto there the nationally I known can and the like at a record rate and grills, In recreation places,
plan from the November elec accident this year," the judge mix unnoticed with the crowds, Local consumption of loft at fountains and elsewhere

aoA tlon ballot on grounds the apportionment noted. The boy went more than has brought Dr. Samuel Shep. M drinks In 1963, according to the A major pan of It ls consumed -

6 is unconstitutional 45 miles an hour In a 25 zone. pard and his bride to N.w0111 a late."> estimate, was at a rate of during the summer months,

Miami attorney t Rlrhard. HU driving privileges were suspended City. 289 bo. les a year for every man, when the weather Is hot and the
Swann, In a petition filed Monday for 60 days The 40 year old convictedwlfe.murd.rer wiln an and child In the county. teen-agers, who are the biggest
also asked the court to 51.) and the German.born
D of comparison, the users are out of school.
low the legislature to reappor. A 15-year-old boy who drove divorcee he met and wooedin > 4y
tlon Itself. U It cant, said recklessly and wl'how a license, a transatlantic correspond "nit' 'I i :States average was 217 The figures show that some

Swann, the court could step In, was committed to Okeechobee once from prison, flew in from bar e, ;er capita. sections of the country go for
The VJS Supreme court ruled School for Boys He had beenon Chicago Monday and checked "n at!I overall basis, some 8, soda pop In a much bigger way

s June 22 that both houses of the juvenile probation because of into a Fifth Avenue hotel The. 2J'/J( bottles ((8-ounce) were than others. Residents of North

na legislature must be apportionedon past offenses Recently, he wen: wen married S* urd.) COTUUI,led by the local population. Carolina, for example,drink four
the basis of population, not more than 80 miles an hour In Soon after their arrival, the Thl was In addition to unbottled times as much per person as
area Sheppards faced a hatter, "I .cja, served In lunchrooms and those In North Dakota.
a passing a state trooper,
The his mi-t: sent a man. newsmen and phot ogt aptw r said elsewhere. Nationally, the outlay In the
date to the district court In "". The cake of a 16-year-old boya spoke" of the 1954 tludgecn Ills was "big league" drinking year for bottled soda cameto

ami Monday ordering the courtto minor in possession of alcohol slaying; at Sheppard'a first\ wife l r it compares with a totalof a cool $U Milton
resume work on an equitable and a runaway, was continued for Marilyn t a, 4,012,000 bottles In 1960whena Collier ounty's contribution
apportionment plan. The length of their holida
a week A 15-year-old girl who similar survey was made. to this total was approximately
) 5. District Court was uncertain.owever.. .
U. Judge
violated terms of her probationwas The on the soft drink 3606,000, which compares with
David ())'er of Miami will next There hung threi ""I' '1'1.> re.turn .
rail a cession of the three-judg allowed another chance '1\ to an Ohio perit* ,'nr, business and Its ope rat Ions come Its I960 outlay of$383,000.High-
court, including: Judge William prove that she can Uve up to there here he served almost nine from the Department of Commerce If prices were responsible for

- Mi.Ri' Jr., of Jj't*'nvill, wlusflc \ i'rlc' i a'.eta. MM of a life term before his and from the Industry itself some of this 1nc re....

LEROY COLLINS former ,' Warren L. Jutes, ot tie, nUaM *t week" on order I They cover the nation as The sudden surge In the use
irt lual who ruled if .' \" ... .... loft drinks U attributed
of Florida :5th Circuit Court of Appeal-. l Judge .M a w'tole and each of the ttatcs.DC of In
(governor yesterday The) will decide w Ewani,'. hi' ot been given t tap i: IN Sam :Sheppard madea pan by the Industry to the Intro-
Senate DR SAM
won confirmation RENEW Wt J The u.". Cur' at .
and App
petition on a pet.ti'm filed duct ton of Jow.calorICbeverages
the state
penitentiary .
he from
the dramatic: picture as emerged:
head of
as b State Attorney Om ,l DRIVER'S LICENSE S'T'R i I Wed",>sdaMil rear J made to
Relations Ser- ) ,; "' cancellat.h"heppa In Columbus, Ohio, for I brief taste of Iberty while Ace ding to the' findings It They have a { Impact
Community K "s eekli t rehr.tr. f 'i t. n
'Ice a key department of Juris_ thi i i S. supreme: ourtv: DUKIHS YOU 1'\ 10,000 Ol,, '. d the legal battle raged II. U iluUhlnfcsary' ' tossed to him :: >w tar's more than 40 billion on the weighl! -conacfou rket,

the new Civil Right Law. decision" D/RiM/ MONiH" ._. ", return 1 n. f. on by a woman in the crowd. (yes, billion bottles of soda pop the reports; show


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2 COUNTY SEWS Tuesday, July 21. !

The Racial Scene

I County Business

u.s. Court 'In

Harlem Simmers; Race 4)) 4 It l'

A progress report on the prop .. was read at this morning's meet. Atlanta To Rule r r
,'>cd Welcome Station at Car.. trig of the Commission. /

,lestown shows that the Count), The Commission drew a resolution Rows Flare In Brooklyn
is continuing preliminary cur.. which will go to the SRD on Rights LawNEW 1r

revs and studies, but how to (1... and the Florida Development .

I:ance construction and maintenance . Commission authorizing con. YORK (AP) Radal screens were torn from store ATLNTGa, (AP, 1'1'
still faces the Commission,. structton expenditures out of secondary rioting simmered down today in Fronts. lags on the constltuti in
The local legislative bill autn it.. road funds Harlem but disorder flared I I Police said no looting was rewrted. the controxeisial Cnil I I I
I"zing construction of the wet. County Engineer Harmon Tur. across the East River in the predominantly ., Art of 1984 will be made< '
come station does not specs. ner reported that surveys of the Negro Bedford-Stuyi> In an hour or two police had three.judtr federal cult, t ,
:ally say that secondary roat I 7.acre plot had been made by vesant section of Brooklyn.A iroken up the crowd Presiding Judge tiiHit. i I',
funds can be used on the project,, the SRD assisted by county en. crowd of aout 300 Negroes, Tuttle of the 5th U.S. ell'> Ill'
but does authorize the County anc I glneers These land descriptions some throwing bottles surged i Court of Appeals taut M'I II I ) A''
the State Road Department tc i have been forwarded toTallahas.I through streets of the Brooklynarea that the earliest time rules '
build and maintain It, The bill l I see, he said shortly after midnight,,: can be given in the two I ,
The FDC has advised of Its shouting and smashing some; Two Shootings mark cases Is Wer1IudJ'i \ i I...
willingness to cooperate In anyway store windows lay beyond that in r could i ,I""
In the welcome station pro. said demonstrator suit In indefinite deUU iii<"l'
Police the
Ject. A set of plans of the station In : the judges would be tied UI ,
See OASShowdown apparently were acting sympathy <
at DeFunlak Springs has with racial rioters in Har.\ Stir Chicago In one ease, ai Atlanta ro-
been forwarded to Turner by taurant owner contends that the .

the FDC, with suggestions that lem.Meanwhile, a picket tin public accommodations. IIIl'tlc," ..
the exterior be re-designed to of Hall tc of the lt.day.old law is UK ,I
formed In front City
conform with building themesIn protest police tactics In Harlem! Race Picture and that It does not cover hitabllshment -- It- ,
the Everglades National Park.A and demand the ouster of Pollci an>*wa>'. The ourt

problem of fill for the site Commissioner Michael J. Murphy ., CHICAGO (AP) TWO shoot. completed hearing this :use
was discussed and it was propos.ed . Some civil rights leaden Ings In two days involving Monda)'.
On CastroWASHINGTON that this be financed out of have accused the police of brutality <,. whites and Negroes have stirred A second case-hearii e 01
secondary road funds by the SRD Chicago. Police and Negro lead. which ended Frldaj'-con' 1/11-,
(AP) Vene. but In order to expedite con. Harlem after two nights o:t .rs. however insisted today an Atlanta motel o\\'nel111(>
zuela prepared to push today stru'tlon of the welcome station rioting had more disorder i they expect no mob violence to wants to enjoin the government
for a showdown vote on her de. the commissioners agreed Monday night but on a lease r break out. from enforcing the civil rights 4 ,
mand for a total diplomatic and this could be a county project. scale than before. The latest Incident took place law. The government has filed a ,tc 4 .
trade quarantine of Castro'lCuba The ,.acrl site, leased by the counteract to force the owner to
Police pistol fire still slut Monday! night when a car filled
by the Organization of County from the Collier Corpor. tered the air Monday night. with white youths sped through.a comply.
AmerlcanStates. ation will in turn be subleasedto Tuttle and District JudgesFrank
Hundreds of steel-helmeted predominantly Negro neigh.
demand Is. the FDC for the welcome sta po A. Hooper and Lewis R.
The was a prime lice patrolled the area. Majoi-borhood, on the South Side. Wit.
sue ai foreign ministers of the tlon and a section to the Florida said Morgan are sharing the bench
streets nesses
were again closed ti> youth shot and
20 American republics opened a Highway Patrol for a patrol station traffic. wounded Loretta Nolan, 11, in for the tests of the law. Their
four-day conference contemplated for construe Chanting Negro demonstra.the leg. decisions can be appealed dl.

Mexico Chile, Uruguay and tlon at the site. tore marched through th
Bolivia still maintain diplomatic streets. Roving gangs harassec I leaders and police Insist Chlca..go --- _. -
ties with the Communlst.con. police. Looters broke store win. will never be another H r.lem Court. MUTT CAl'GIIT IN SQt'EHZH !dice (lanky, 11 of Saiasotn! is
trolled Caribbean Island nation. In other reports to the Commission The suit against Lester Maddox .
dows. A melee between pollci, where Negroes have been Interested in iMtiiiK )In:* pidul'tllll'n nnd Sh.uon Can, 'tl i, of Miami[
In addition to the trade em. Turner advised that a the segregationist restau.
and bar patrons wrecked a tav,. rioting In protest of the slaving is inU-iMul imfi"\ him' Kiss .nul I\tnlllll'UII wheel Im lojr Fiostvoii
in n a
barr-which would except food communication from Walt Disney of a 15.year.old rant owner was brought b)' !
and medical supplies-Venecue. Productions said plans to ern.Two boy by a New three Negroes who were turned \\' honors as the "B-st tlrhacedt I uU" nt the National Doit Show' I
dozen York
Ian officials said they will ds., produce a movie in the public three policemen persons were, Including Injured,,,t After City the policeman Chicago shooting po. away from his establishmentJuly Doiln' pi"'liminaiies, Cven= thoujrli almost squeezed out of the picture J .
mand of all park north of Vanderbilt Beach 3-4he alter President behavior A )
complete severance There were a score or more art, lice sent three squads of Negro day nosh's remained exemplar J ( I' win-photo
ale and sea communication I will be delayed until after the rests. officers to the area to handle Johnson signed the civil rights
with first of the early
Cuba. year. Disney
Since the rioting started Sat. the report and assess the sltua law.The
Mexico Is the this had sought Commls. Negroes want
only hemlspher. year an Injunc
te nation which still has {I slon approval for this movie, urday night a total of 157 persons .tlon. tlon against Maddox prohibiting Argues For Bill
"We think It's
Idea Civil
have been arrested 33 po. a good to Are Not
scheduled Cuban airline service I and was granted permission with officers him from refusing to serve Ne. Rights
)icemen injured, and 70 othei ruse Negro / said acting
that be Maddox contends
with Havana a proviso scenery sets gross that the
To Give Press
persons seriously hurt .Sgt Charles Jones. "That way
left the one Negro law is
Brazil II reported to be seek. on property. unconstitutional and, In
killed and 87 stores dam. we get the pulse of the people In
Ing a compromise solution thai any case, his restaurant does
would satisfy representatives ol,, - aged police said. the area"Chuck not come under the interstate Campaign Issue Barry Better Coverage
Stone, editor of the Chi
Mayor Robert F. Wagner's of.
all the 20 nation. The Commission room this commerce clause which forms
The conference was called at t morning was equipped with an flee reported after he was givena cago Defender largest Negro the basis for the new law's pow. WASHINGTON/ (AP) Sam
Venezuela's request to consider, Improved public speaking sys. report on the situation by telephone daily In the United States said era in the key public accommo. WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.1, cago airport lounge Goldwatei Ragan, president of The Asso.
punitive action against Cuba for, tern enabling spectators to hear that he was returning today the situation Is "potentially ex. datlons se.'tlon.Negro Barry Goldwater Is considering, said he wants to keep the explo. elated Press Managing! Editors
Castro's efforts to overthrow the, better and to Insure better per. from a European vacation. plosive a call to President Johnson the 1 slve side of the rival rights ques. Association, argued today In favor
Venezuelan government manent recording of the minutes. Police officials said Harlem "But with Intelligent police man he hopes to oust from the! tlon out of the presidential am. of a bill designed to give the
The charges of aggression was markedly quieter Monday handling and concern I think White Housefor a campaign 1 pa II n. press better access to pnblii In

were based on the finding of i i Chairman' Dewey Polly read night There were no widespread we racial can riot forestall Negroes any full-scale Chlca New Head pact aimed at keeping civil "I don't want to see any formation.Ragan .

three ton cache of arms which i letters from the Florida Develop. disturbances. don't the serious mis. rights tensions "a completely' words of mine or anyone i ion- executive editor of the
Venezuela said was secretly, ment Commission addressed to James Farmer, national dl. trust go of police nave as they do in Har. Cambridge Md. quiet question." netted with me touch anything Raleigh (N.C.) News and Obser.
landed on its coast last fall by the mayors of Naples and Ever. rector of the Congress of Racial lem. Therl,0.W.WlllOn. lupen" The Republican presidential off," he said. "I'm not going to ver and the Raleigh Times, tes.tlflecl .
glades Equality said his office had nominee said he doesn't want: Inject this issue and I don't
Cuba to supply pro-Communist seeking cooperation In tendent of has made before a Seuite fiulxom
been In touch by telephone with a Council the campaign ahead to inflame"this 1 I "
the think he Johnson Is. ,
guerrillas. The finding was con. comprehensive developmentplan public stand In favor of racial City ( ) mlttee on administrative |prolc'
firmed by an OAS Investigating for Collier County plannedby President Johnson's aides. He Integration and has been deter tension that exists, and I "Lets give this law a chance tlce and pro'edure.
committee.An the FDC. Commissioners said "nothing conclusive" came mined to provide more! Intelll.. CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP- added one way of easing it:: to work," Goldwater said of the "Too often the secrecy" stampIs

ambassadorial commls/ chuckled considerably at the mistake of the talks. gent police handling of racial Diaries Cornish, a, man bp. would be stricter enforcement new civil rights measure he op. used, J fear, to cover up
lion prepared three resolutions, In the salutation of one let. CORE set up a makeshift first problems," Stone s,ld. passed, ,whrn1! othr Nigry-q of laws guaranteeing.11'1 the' . ,i right_ :: posed In the Senate. '" , bUt'eaWF; \ blunders ancT (Inns:
considered as working papers, ter addressed to "Mayor Archie aid station at Its office and kept A' high-ranking police official, were making frontal assault to'vote. : / "A 'reporter! asked iGolctwater takes, or merely lo serve the
for the foreign ministers confer Moore" of Naples. track of outbreaks of violenceby who refused to be named said on racial barriers in Cam 'At the White House press sec. about the possibility of an timidity and fears of agency!

ence.One. walkie-talkie radio. "we feel that up to now we have bridge was elected City Council retary George needy said John, agreement between the Republl. heads," Ragan said In a prepared .
of these would condemn Acting Mayor Paul Screvane been fortunate.'* president Monda night son "would not do anything t tc>I can and Democratic contenders statement

Cuba for aggression against The annual report of the Great.er said a grand Jury would consider He agreed the department's The flv ,man council ..organized Incite or Inflame tensions" dur.', for the |presidency to avert cam. He sail the Administrative
Venezuela and call for the suspension Naples Chamber of Commerce today the case of the white policy of using Negro police In after Ust. Tuesdat ..harp.ly Ing the presidential campaign,' palgn measures that would In. Procedures Act of 19C4! would
of all trade-with the detailing the promotion detective lieutenant who fatally racial matters has helped avert contested municipal elections. He said Johnson would give serious crease tension. "correc loose language" of the
exception of food and medical program was studied by the Com. shot a 15-year.old Negro boy outbreaks.In which hinged on the town s recent consideration to a meeting "1 think that s a very good 1946 act.
supplies-between member of mission Demonstrations after the slay. the earlier shooting police hlstor of troubled race re, with Goldwater If the Republican Idea and that's gone through my The 1946 act, Ragan said, aLlows
the Organization of American log touched off the first of the arrested Willie Saunders Sr. latlons. nominee formally proposes mind," Goldwater said. "I information to be withheld

States and Cuba. Holland Reports riots In which one man was 53 and Ms son Willie Jr. 34, The council split 3,2 on his i>e, one. would welcome a diance to sit "111 the public interest' or for
killed and more than 100 in- Goldwater said he wouU i down with the
It also would call for the BUS and charged them with lection. President and "good cause shown" but does
pension of all maritime com $5,040 Collected jured. vated battery and assault aggra The two who opposed Cornish "ponder" making the forma!I I discuss this particular Issue that not define these terms

Ttiunlcatlon between member The detective said he shot the The men claimed that the were elected last week after call.The might come ui>." "They are left to the Interpie.
TALLAHASSEE f AP) In a boy In self-defense. Arizona senator talked I The senator criticired the
states and Cuba. Richard campaigning against equal 'r. way talon of agency heads or subor.
weekly report to the secretary Screvane said that more Negro shooting Tarsa about civil rights at a surprisenews i, civil laws
The resolution then would re. 28 had doused them while commodation laws federalstate rights are being en. dilutes who take the eascouise >
of state Sen. Spessard Holland ,
policemen would be sent conference in Chicago 1 I forced
commend but would not local. now
re. or of putting the secrecystamp :
his lawn. Tarsa
quire t break In diplomaticand D-Fla, said he collected $5,040 Unto Harlem. The police depart. shot sprinkling In the groin was Cornish the council onh Ni, Monday< as he headed for s "We have laws on the booksI on matters completely
consular relations by mem. last week for his reelection ment says It has no racial jro, enlisted the support ol Leon Washington homecoming sour <1 I I which if adequately enforced, a unrelated In any way to national
ber states.It campaign breakdown of Its members and Majors who voted for a city by the jeers of self-styled Amer. solution to the civil rights i>rob. security" lie said
further would recommendthe Holland said Monday the assigns men without regard to public accommodations r>roUslon ican Nails. lem would be forthcoming," he Ragan said the original lan
of all amount brought his campaign rare. last and Cecil Web Their chants of "We Want said "The right to vote Is guar. of
suspension air com. year, guage the 19G4! act was to he
raunlcatlons with Cuba. total to $317,072 of which $280, Police fired warning shots In stem, newly'l elected. and considered Rockwell' George Lincoln anteed. The attorney general preferred over proposed amendments -
(08 has been spent.NOON tte air Monday night to disperse Aim To Oust a moderate on the radal Rockwell leader of the American has not enforce. that law, so he ,

several crowds when they ape question. Nazi party Interrupted has acted, In moderation "If there Is a weakness," he
peared to get unruly. Cornish. who will be GO next Goldwater' appearance on the "So they have their lights( ," said, "it Is In the proposed|
The largest demonstration mono, lias served on the ioun rostrum at an outdoor rally at Goldwater adited. "What they changes which make exce|>tlon&
I was a relatively peaceful march MississippiWhite ell for 18 tearsHe Washington National Airport need is better enforcement of too broad.
STOCKS by about 1,000 One of the group said they were the law."
persons across succeeded! 11. M. St. Clalr. "Exc options |pertaining to certain ,
several blocks along 125th protesting what he called Gold.water's .
grandfather of Gloria Richardson administrative i pea edures
Street. At Second Avenue police who has used Cornish "liberal record." Eastern Park within the Defense Department,
NEW YORK (AP-Stork. at noon fired into the air and broke It Demos home Second Wird as a staging! The senator's parting shot) for Instance, may still contrlb.
"They can have Rockwell Acadia National I I Park
JP- or
area for a militant Integration ute to the withholding of public
Allis Chat '211/4 Firestone 4141 Mont Wd 38S/. Later a crowd of about 250 JACKSON Miss. (APTheRev. drive! since 1 ITCI. anybody else they want 111 located partly on Mount information," he said.
formed In front of the CORE of. take my chanres with the ma. Desert Island and in Maine
Alcoa 'Ol Fla pw 50s11 Nat Dair 821AmAir '/ Dr. Martin Luther King Cornish, tlie lirst Negro: clt\ Ragan quoted Sen. Edward V.
t7I, Fla PIoL 79 Nat DIM 26s11. flee They cheered when Farm comes to this racially troubled council! president In Man land, jorlt) of Americans' who are was the first US national Long, the bill's author, as say.
Americans of the
Am Brk 581' Ford nlll NeAm Av 401 er said more Negro policemen state today to aid the newly sal a the proper place: to look for park east Mississippi Ingt "A government by secret
AmBdPar U% rrmst Da 125 Penney 501/4 would be sent to Harlem.But formed Mississippi Freedom racial equality is the conference At a news conference In a Chi. Rner benefits no one. It Injures the

AmCan t5 Freuh Tr 334 PI RR 35Th when he urged them to go Democratic party In Its drive to table people It seeks to serve; It In.
AmCyan 65 slI Gen Dyn 28% Pep Cola 81'14' home, they shouted "No, no. unseat the all-white regular "The militants feel f tou should jures Its own integrity and op.
Am Mot 15 Gen 1:1: 85 Ph1ll Pet 55 slI When they (White police) go Democratic delegation next run all the time.' he said "but eratlon.
ATIoT '721,. 'Qen Fde OW4 RCA 33% home, we go home." month's national convention. there are times \\henou ran Rights law Puts No Duties "It breeds distrust, dampensthe
AmTob 33111' Gin Mills 42 Rep SU 453 They marched In circles In Civil rights leaders said Dr. go Urther and lat longer b\ fervor of its citizens and
AmpxCp 1'1. Gen Mtr. 935 Revlon nlll the street, chanting "We want King head of the Southern waking: ; ." mocks their loyalty."
Anaconda 45',5 Goodrich 84'14 Rey Tob 44 justice" and then moved to a Christian Leadership confer Cornish 'iu'S with his \\'iie in Speaking for himself and The
Armour 50 Goodyr 433/4 St Rer P 30 residential area. When shouts of once, would spend at least five a well kt'jltI) .. two.tor\ On State Officers KynesB Associated Press Managing Editors -
ACL 801! Greyhnd 27S11 Seaboard 5H. "Get some guns' started, police days In the state, speaking at frame house a hock!' and a hall Association, Ragan de.
Babcock 34'14 Gulf 011 57Y. Sears 1201. moved In, fired shots In the air mass rallies in Jackson, Green. down the street from is: i. her I. ) DOUGLASS STAR Kjnes: explained that this clared, "In our time I cannot
Beth Sil .s74 Hon'we1113545 Sinclair tas. and the crowd dispersed.A wood, Meridian and Vicksburg quarters of Mrs. Rli; lurdson; ;'s TALLAHASSEE (AP) State. meant Negroes seeking service conceive of any matter more vital
Boeing 54th lot Hary 10% Socony 83'/ melee erupted at a bar ear. Another Negro leader James Cambrlt'ige Nonviolent Action law enforcement officers seeking ,, In hotels motels, restaurants to the nation and Its people
Borden '711. lot Nick 81 SouthnC 6331 ly today when two patrolmen Farmer, the Texasorn nation;Committee, advice about their responsl., barbershops and movie theaters than communication between all
Brunswk 0314 lot Pap 3I1, SperryR 14111' chased two men who had al director of the Congress of; "I feel as Deeply I about what hitches under the civil right i should go to court if they are the diverse elements that make
CaterTr 34111' Jon..6L 12111 StBrand ,n. thrown rocks Into a supermar Racial Equallt, Is scheduled to the demonstrators ere after as law have received this answer refused, up this great country."
Celanese 711/4' Kats Al 381/4 StO NJ 88% ket. The bar door was locked arrive In Mississippi later this am etro does: there's no Negro from Alt)', Gen. James Kyres; "This law does not give them "I do not propose that the
Chrysler 521, Ken'cott 84314 Studebat ,11t and the patrolmen broke It week to boost the Freedom' in his right mindI ho None the right to stage a demonstra press should subsist on handouts .
CocaCola 135 lAg II My 10I Swig 83314 down. Police reinforcements ar. Democratic party movement 'wouldnt feel the same wa\' ." Kynes said the law did not lion or to lie down In front of ," he said, "but I do not
Com Ed 5as Loch'd rived. Even before the formal'Cornish said man's think requests for Information
4i/ Texaco sa spell out duties and! responsibll. a door just because he
Con Elie 03'14' Lorillard Thick W,. Five persons, Including two announcement organizing thrf; 'The' called me an Uncle itles for law enforcement off* won't serve them," he said should be arbitrarily denied. It
Cont Can 52'11' Mar'vox 31 U Carbld l2S'/4 patrolmen were injured, In the Freedom Democrats Monday1 j Tom" he said; "but 1III\'e been terse K'oes) said his interpretation should, In fact, be available on
Dow Che nl/4' MM6M eal Unit Alrc tH\ battle A mirror, bottles, light the group had received ttsur.working: re:tgtous'x! lor rm neo, To the contrary, he said, pick. of the civil rights law as he request and regularly released.
duPont 26a Mohasco 133A Vn Fruit 2241 fixtures and bar stools were antes from regular Democratic pie i for a:1:1 the people of Cam Ing up the law and pointing to i I told It to several law enforce "The right of the public to
EAL 303/4' Mon.'to 80'/4 US Steel 501. smashed One Negro was ar.rested. delegations In New York Mich.bride' since I was e.ertet': to Sec 207, Paragraph B: "It says ment groups, Including the know the public's business
E. Kodak l29'i Univ Mat 13''' igan Wisconsin Oregon, ,'office.It here the remedies provided . Florida Sheriffs Association which Is government in all Its
WestGel 32% At about the same time, dlsor. fornla and Colorado of Call wouidn: have been an shall be the exclusive means of was this: aspects has long been recog
WlnnDlx 36% den broke out In the prtdoml. on the floor of the Democratic!proprut for an elected otfu'la) enforcing the rights ." If a Nego or group of Ne.-: sized as one of the first bid.
YOU'RE Woolwth 29% nanny Negro Bedford.Stujves. National Convention which bs,1 t to join those who were breaktns. That means, he said, only the groes sought service and were warks of American democra.
IN ant section of Brooklyn. gins Aug, 24 at Atlantic City,the '.1\A'. I'm bound to keep the federal courts have jurisdiction refused no one could arrest the ey."
COODJlANDS They started police said, witha N,J. i peace.Democratic." over the civil rights law business owner for refusing
demonstration by about 100 Victoria Gray) a Hattlesburg "There has been a lot of talk them, Kynes said,
WITH I W members of CORE, who ap. Negro housewife said the party primary i was about the governor's positionthat At the same time, no one New Fertilizer
peared calm and displayed no was formed because Mississippi named as the Freedom Demo. he can't enforce the law," could arrest the Negroes-; mere. Plant To Build
violence. Negroes haven't been able said, "Under 1) for
t A crowd formed and after the vote in sufficient numbers to an. self, ht can't do anything aboutit But, he said, if they created Near Lakeland
demonstrators left some 300 to force a change in the regular at all" a disturbance or otherwise
WHY RISK 'EM ? Mississippi according tounof.
k : 1.KrRR: CNAIOC 400 persons surged through the Democratic part structure tidal estimates has about 26,000 Two weeks ago Gov, Farrls breached the peace, then the TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
e tamer, Acct NO RISK 'EM streets. Bottles were thrown and Mrs. Gray, an unsuccessful{ registered Negro-; voters out of :Bryant told a news conferencehe police or the sheriff could step ,Consumers Cooperative Association .
Amt a store window was smashed. candidate against Sen John C 450,000 of voting age. I could not enforce the civil in and make an arrest on those of Kansas City, Mo. will
CALL NOW FOR FAST.. Several protective metal Stennls, D-MUs., in the recent', The regular Democrats hold 1 rights: law any more than he charges build a $20 million chemical
ALLSTATEINSURANCE EXPERT SlRVICEINORISK I their state convention here July I could enforce federal Income What the Negro should do, I IK'n. plant in Florida this year to
.1 28 to name their nation! Jele tax'I law. .. sob), is to take a petition I produce* fertilizer
Bryant said enforcement was to court seeking injunction The development commissionsaid
PIANO INSTRUCTION gates and decide on a course In
elertton. a' federal responsibility only. forbidding the business owner to Monday the plant would be
at Certified Member MTNA & DMTN'A refuse Mm located oo a SOO-acre tract south
Shortly after the civil rights service on groundsof
AlllOl ni 1.
niur lGaiwp<
,o, nd.d kv a. Ro Buck andre CO ., Rrilnnrr to College Preparatory I law l wa* signed Brjant railed race, color, religion or na. It Lakeland In Polk County. It
,b.l.t w,.ih. nd.pt/ :1 Lot) : i t/ and 6 MONTH GUARANTEE Downtown Studio\ The unicameral It,. are \upon everyone to follow the law tlooal origin, the four points Is scheduled to be opened in
Ho.... Off/tt Skokie, III Ann Weimtr Phone MI 2-3197 tIttr.ee was Introdu 'ed in Ne!;, aska j and seek relief In court rather mentioned through the civil (983, creating approximately ZOO
M1.-2-4U8-. IIrl937 t than t la the streets, rl!WS law new Jobs In the area.COLLIER .

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'The Fault, Dear, Is In The Cards' _
Shufflers Set

Come Wind Rain Or Cards 1
Saturday 4 To 4 DanceThe A Yso. .

Sunshine Shufflers are for buffet snack served by the v
planning on having another of women of the local club. A Nothing Shakes Our Duplicaters

their "4 to 4" dances next Sat- V 12t30 the dancers will return <

urday, from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. there for a "Yellow Rock"

The occasion will be a visit after dance and party.wllh Hales ___ t .eA BY C.J. McMURRY Last Friday was no exception. II p.m., Sunday afternoon, August

by some forty square dancers calling, assisted by Lloyd Hill Tust about 2,000 years ago,,, Tantalizing Is a polite descrip. I.
from Hialeah assius remarked to Brutui tlon of some hands disgusting Through cooperati i oC Milton
and Miami, with and s' i ;
Perhaps an equal number from callers also contributing 1(1 ""en at some time are master i with a stronger prelude would Link and tee Johnston, we're '"(
the lower Sun of their t.I. The fault, deal be the normal reaction toothers. going to be at The Moorings
Coast The the Several
call gaiety. "stunts"are !
er I8 a __ Biutus, li not In our tart, but: As usual those In attendance Country Club. We've decided on
George Hales of Hialeah punned the Shufflers for
Is by TA 11"unelv...". Which frequently 1 bore up well under the strain 75 per cent as a fair handicap
bringing his dancers to qualify the entertainment' of the visitors cc 1 1i applies to action, but U parti.euUr ., with a resulting enjoyable time figure, basing It from top per.
for membership In the Florida apropos to the feelings I*, for all. centage of 000. All the writer
Knotheads. Vnether the dancers can last a bridge fame. Before getting Into results, will have to do Is subtract your

Festivities start at 4 p.m. until 4 a.m. is uncertain, but If i It speaks well of the I report that we're pro. average as of Friday July 31 ,
with a welcome snack at the any of them are able to continue! of the Naples Duplicate sgrating In the plans for the first multiply by.75 and there you
Stewart Motel where the visitors until sun-rise they can call Club (and their guests) that at., Naples Duplicate Bridge Club are, Just think If you happen to
are staying, followed by themselves "Night Owls," and most never does on.hear.llarshword Handicap Tournament. Vie Pen.nyvltt have a percentage average of I'
dancing barefooted on the grass get $ badge to prove It. aloud, regardless of the has composed an outline .400 you'll get ISO points addedto
/nd actions of the partner either In with detachable entrance form. your score In competing for '
by dancing bathing suitsIn Last Saturday July 18, the
the bidding or playing. It certainlycan These were available last Fridayand the beautiful cup (duplicated Ifnonhusband
pool. Thereafter participants Shufflers celebrated the mar be remarked of the playersthat he has extra copies for each wife team winning). JK
may wear tags suspended riage on the preceding: day of It Is sometimes hard to ab. team which wants to have a won. Partial master points will be -*
from their club badges stat members Lucy Shanabarger and Jure without undue snlemnitythe derful time from 1:30 p.m to given, all members and guestsy
ing that they are Grasshoppersand Joe Ruocchlo with an Informal feeling which one should are Invited to participate, and

Aquaducks.At reception at their weekly danceIn exscind, And don't lay that oN those not eligible for the cups rt.
8 o'clock there will be a the t Chlumsky Building. Mrs. (use sentence doesn't have Hobby Center will win other prizes If they
regular dance at Graber's Ser Ruocchlo( cut a wedding cake bake meaning even It It looks totally out. Remember there's a J"top

vice Center, Tamlaml Trail and ed by members of the club for lacking thereof, To Locate In limit to the capacity Of the club
Fifth Avenue, South. This will the occasion, and sandwiches Whether social rubber or d",., So get your reservation: In early. "'
last until 11, when the dancers punch and coffee were served. THC TIIEIION STANSELLS of 1228 Diana Avenue held a family plicate r bride, there Is seldom Vie possibly thought, anent an
will gather In the Chlumsky The bride and reunion over the \\e"kend with a number of out-of-town relatives attending a game one or anotner Cape CoralCAPE Incident which happened In scor.
groom were pm'sented could vent to violent fag "confoosin but certainly
From left s.-atccl Mr and Mis\ 11. S. Stansell easily give
are of Palm
Building Central Avenue, silver trays by the Shuf- : CORAL The National not amoosln' ". He deserves ad.
reactions fortunately seldom "
Ilniboi', father and mother of Theion Stansell nested next then bore -
miration for his Irenlcal '
ners. other than verbal-but tor strong Hobby Center, following an ex. a< iep>
The dance was further markedby Thcion SUnsell and her mother, Mis. Leoia Puislcy of Tarpon Springs self-control. tensive survey of locations tance of It, particularly In view

the presence of Marge Sharer,, The \OUHK f"lIo8 atl'd on the ground is Timmie Stanl lI. .'I'onleft., throughout the United Sates, has of his pleas for accurate scoringand '
Bonita the club's secretary, who has standing' me : Mis.V. T. Stansell and her husband, T. of Palm selected this waterfront Florida double checklngbyEast.West
been hospitalized for the past Haiboi ; Robin Stnnsell and Miss Caddie\ llumphiey. The three voting Red Cross To Hold community as site of Its new teams IncldentaJIy.lt'slrenlral.

several weeks. men in the photo are sons of Mr and 1>11'.. Theron Stansell. national headquarters.The NOT Ironical.
Adult Swim Class National Hobby Center On one board, out ol eight
NewsBy (NEWS photo)
Lloyd Hill did the calling and a non-profit corporation, Is the scores, seven .Iam.w.re bid and
three sets danced. Present were > Adult beginners' swimming only facility cf Its kind, repre. made and each of these slams '
RAE WEAR the Chappells, the Glazers the clsssei will be sponsored by the seating more than M.OOO.OW. were posted to East.West, when
Heltons, the Millers, the Ruoc- Big Cypress Finds March In Red Cross on Monday nights hobbyists throughout the United they were made North-South The J
The Bonita Springs John Mur. chtos, the Shafers, the Stones Center To Offer Reporting starting August 3, from 7t30 lIal... one team which failed to bid the
phy post No. 303 stressed at the Cornettes, Fred Decker, to 9130 pjn. at 164 First Ave., Housed a fully alr-condltlon. slam called Vic's attention to the
their regular meeting this week Dempsey Hamm, Bobble Hill 3-Week Day Camp S. The classes are also for .d 3,000 square foot building error Considering the numberof

cooperation from all members Dill Sell Marcella Snow, and Woods Easier Than Making ItBy those who can swim, but would the renter, when completed ap. exceptionally good splayIng .
both Post and Auxiliary In an Emiri Uhl. Out of town Beginning Monday, July 27, like to learn how to swim prexlmately Aug. 1, will offer the boardsthat circumstance
effort to more fully equip their guests Big Cypress Center will offer the full services of a National 'classifies as almost s miracle.
Post Auxiliary Loan Closet. front Valdosta, Georgia, were a three-week day camp for all LEE UNDER to put out drinking cups. better. Guidance Center, a complete hob. TilE GAME Again a slight
This would serve to meet their Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Lewis Interested children between the VALLEY FORGE Pa. (AP)- "We're slow," he said, "but The; classes will be taughtby by research library and housing reduction In attendance broughtthe
group's needs locally. Many med. and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lofton. of 7, and 15. Maybe I'm out of shape and you have to wait for quality"The Mrs Rose Van Billiard. Anyone for both revolving and permanent I number of participants to
Ical Items are already on hand Tonight, July 21, Ray Castle ages The directors of short of breath, but It's easier to troop from Chicago's ,Interested should tajl Mrs. display from national manufac. '.'" tables The Unwell movement .
but hospital beds are needed. The will have another workshop In Big Cypress, report about a march through North Side, was as well mixedas Walter Wolfe at Ml-J-4836. turers and smateur hobbyists I was used resulting In as
one that was secured from the the Shufflers' Hall, 950 Central Mr. and Mrs. Tom Braden, are the woods than to go on one. the stew There was one boy K will also Include a national 1 average of 70 for 22 games,
Fort Myers Loan Closet was re Ave This Is for those mem- planning a program which will Monday I lived with Boy of Chinese descent, six Japan. "Hobby Hall of Fame," honor. The Leaders topped all with 00

turned. bers and their who wantto emphasize naturecraftsgames, Scout Troop 60 from Chicago at ese, seven Greeks, one Turk, Tells How To Live log men and women who have I points; 1HIaryHartterJoyceTen.
With renovations and alterations guests stories dramatics and an. the Sixth National Jamboree In Twe guests were from the Pan. made significant contributions to fey j I occupied place position at 82.
contemplated In the home, keep up the latest developments There will be no charge for historic Valley Forge-eating, ana Canal Zone A Negro boy To Be 100 Years hobbles and the hobby industry The Grahams and Lanes battledfor

, the Legion bar closed today tor In modem square dancing. the activities.The hiking showering, and watching :from another Chicago troop UNBV1LLK: Pa. (AP- The Center will be ad. show and tied In It at 80'.

six weeks, reopening Saturday day camp will be held the fun-loving boys wash the Warren Williams, IS, came over Dump all your, medicine down ministered by a full.time exetu.tlve Iris Mllllgan.Berta Turner, 5th,
September S, at noon. Of course Monday through Friday from 9 pots and pans and clean up the in a mealtime swap. the drain and plant yo.r pills U director, expected to be '791 the Harry Peters 6th, "
dances have been discontinued 'Little People'Hold a.m. to 3 p.m. Children will camp. In regulation uniform, After dinner the troop flower pots and you may live a named shortly, a board of dl. 77."; tne James' Andersons 7th, ,
during this period.Commander provide their own toot short pants and all. marched a mile to join 7,200 century.At rectors and an advisory com 71.6; Louis Irlons 8th, 73.t and 'I'the ''
Bob Hashbargerand Convention and transportation Cure, you get out in the nice ;I Scouts from Illinois Michigan, least thst's the formula mlttee. teams of Mrs. Harold Weed. "I'
parade marshal ,Dick Evans lunch.Registration. fresh air-and a steamy hot :Indiana and Ohio In ".
PHOENIX Aru. (AP)-An s, giantcampflre. EdmorUa Collins of UnesvlUa private hobbyists wishingto Mrs. Corwin Walls and Alice
wish to thank all those who so can be made before day It was, with the mercury lUll
organization devoted to elevat. offered Monday her 100th display their work are en. Denham Catherine McKenna
ably assisted In the recent Fourth Ing little people to new heightsIs Friday, July 24, by callingthe climbing to near 100 In the sun. I chickened out and drove to birthday. That's what she's couraged to contact the Center struggled Into a tie at 73 to com. !"' I
of July activities.An holding Its sixth annual con. Center at Ml 2-2812 between Sure, you get exposed to lots the outdoor arena. Who has 1 been doing "ever since I was t at Cape Coral located It miles plate the above average scor. '
announcement was made vent0n In Phoenix. 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. of sunburn and end up with that much energy little girl." southwest of Fort Myers Fla. ing. 11
that two new directors have been Some 123 delegates are regls. blisters on the feet. One of the few times we have
accepted In No. 303 Club, Mrs. Truly, the weeklong Jambo.
to We
Jered 1 for the five-day convene no new guests repprt
and Mrs. Connie Ice Cream Cone that ends is for ''I;
Ethel Crltean tlon Of the Little People of ree Thursday hope for better tack next weak "
Evans, replacing Mrs. Jean America./ the kids, like the 34 I was with when we meet at 7:30 p.m"Fra.
who and Mrs. Marks Birthday and their three dedicated lead.
Hogue, resigned 24 attheWoman'sClub.
While they may be small In day July
Gertrude Bellendorf deceased. ilze- member must be .feet.l0or WASHINGTON (AP) This ers headed by Scoutmaster Russell Bee ya. '
Correspondance was read from under-they/ have a big pro. summer marks the 60th arm!, Vlllwock who, a grandfather
the family of the late Larry Mor. gram. versary of tic first Ice cream at 46, says "Scouting Is a won. I
rison with thanks to the Post derful thing." COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
One of their goals Is to help cone, and sale of the summertime
for their efforts In his behalf. the "...lIti. Littles," their name treat Is about to t,* made Reveille was at 7 sharp. The
Al Broderson Is now recuperating for the sub.normal size children legal: here bugle call over the loudspeakerwas 1 ft ('11 } 'Jc+a, a D Tuesday, July II, 1964
at his home following re. loud and clear even with w
of butt/ little people and big peo. The Monday passed by
lease from Naples Community cotton stuffed In the ears to :
pie. voice vote and sent to the White DEUVERYI
Hospital also, Norm Slater Is keep beetles and other bugs out ; IMMEDIATE
; "Edui.itIon Is one of our main House a bill to end a District of Ii
at his home. Short An air mattress the hard I '
recovering problems,' said organization Co;imibU legal ban on the Saleof on .
visitations are urged.A president( Bob Brower Monday. solid milk products In packages dusty ground can be soft and N" 5 GMCTRUCKS.READYfar'B ,
special thanks Is extendedto very comfortable It has no
smaller than one half pint.
Browpr Is one of the biggest: or
Carle Middleton for his recent punctures. And If don't roll l
the Little People at 4 fl'eot. 10 Tim provision part of Districtlaw you
donation of an electric refrigerator btchee slice If21 mould Include icecream off.Breakfast ..1 tI ,4'1i& yyt'.1y.
for use in the Post kitchen. cones, but the law has was apple juice, .1y. w 'h NREaKTlHI, JISII
Jim Gabany this year's Boys' not been enforced. dry cereal, French toast, milk { 1 u 5 'Yt
Staler will attend the next meet W. M. Ham*|, a Syrian con. and cocoa. The toast was a little [NBINIOUNOINABIIOM. , '
log and make a detailed reporton Evans esslonalrf Invented the Ire soggy on one side and slightly '"

his Tallahassee trip. Graveside services were held cream tone during a dish shortage overdone on the other. 1!

yesterday afternoon for Earl Linwood at the Louisiana Purchase The hike was five miles and
Evans: 53 drag line Exposition In St. Louis In 1904. four hours all around the 1,800. 1
Orchid Society who died Monday July 13, acre campsite, up and down lit.

Sprouts Novice In ment his was home In Fort at Marco Myers cemetery Inter Woman RecoveringAfter tains tie hills, looking that seemed Into the like log cabins moun. '" t ]

where I I
with the arrangements George Washington's Rye
Group August 6 made by the Earl G. Hodges Being StuckIn colonial soldiers spent the win. I
ter of 1777.71. We had a sand
Funeral of
Nance B. Greenfield secre. Naples. Her BathtubFORT wlch lunch on the trail. ,
Evajia was a native of West
tary and publicity chairman for
Assistant Scoutmaster
Orchid Virginia and was s veteran of LAUDERDALE (AP- Joseph
the Naples Society, has
announced the birth of the"Kelkl World 1 War U He had been a A 73-year.old Pompano Beach One FlnUlo of presided the chefs over dinner NEW!

Club" which has been organized resident of Marco for several woman was reported Improving 13 was Rodney el.wla.IIM ill. mulitml K..w bmlgtlnrhMl h
primarily for the benefit of all month*. He Is survived by his 1 today at a hospital where she Is Ogawa, who said "Cooking Is Sun ff's ww.Irll.e' (rfvuiMMlV.I Nw
those persons who are Interest. widow, Mrs. Audrey Evan.otN.. recuperating from three daysaccidental O.K. Sometimes" ...!.eo'Mftul N.. ..N.w.......Mlf.wljiMllii. lubrtcUoiil*
He served beef stew out of a ...... ..
ed In learning the basic fundamentals wark, Ohio, and a daughter Mrs. Imprisonment In a K (.likuw p..1 l" bathtub. can, lima beans out of a can, t'+ Iiv ukurlint w/Ik lint f? la-lint' ily
Helen Working of Dayton Ohio. ? tf r \ I
of orchids and the art nut chocolate pudding out of a N, i iI *neln"i Rn .l. nllilil*. til trwklAl
Mrs. Rose Bottomly said her I l a lira* M tnwk fcti r nil won
of orchid growing Many peo. legs "Just refused to work" package. It was hot; it was delicious # link) M* lot rwntltl TkWrimmiMralM a
willlni I.. .w lo tnt
the Naples
pie have requested ReesAlbert when she tried to get out of the ; there was plenty. e { t<
Orchid Society to hold these clas. tub. The I pound, 5.feet.3 worn 1 was seated In the middle of READY TO OOl

ses for beginners Miss Greenfield and advancederow.rs said. 0. Rees, 77, died early 11\'. body became J Jammed the table and spent more time _. .. r ., _.._-. ,.,___ _._ .__.... _. _._' _ter........... ONLY $1799
yesterday morning at the River. crosswise in the tub and It was passing tread and butter and
Kelkl (pronounced Kee-Kee) view Kestorlum In Fort Myers.He not until an acquaintance no. milk and salt and pepper to the SPLASH! And another one trot away, Still sporllnjr a smile after LUFF GMC I L
means "baby" Hawaiian term. wo a resident of Tamlaml tlced newspapers piling up on right and left than eating fining that "bitf one" is Mine Carol Braatley of Naples She is shown

inology and Is a familiar term to Heights Naples, and had been her porch that Mrs Bottomlv's "Why" do you think I sit on the here enjoying) the surf and fishing at the Naples B.'ach Club.McGrath 1421 Ninth St., N.
orchidlsts denoting a plantlet or 'a resident of the Naples s..eafor plight was discovered end asked a Scout grinning ( photo) LclionWeitinghouta
new growth on an orchid plant. under his crew cut and heavy
the Past seven tears, moving Mrs. Bottom!)'* neighborswere .
The first meeting of the Kelkl here from Miami where he had away on vacation and she tan. t
Club will take place at 7 p.m, one :'lived since 1)17. said she realized It would be fu. Steve Alexander, 15, helped I
hour prior to the regular Naples Born In Germany, he had beena tile to call for help. She said she set the table and stir the stew I I 7
meeting at Voo. and mix the He I
Orchid Society radio technician for many was able to reach the faucets, pudding. forgot
Doo Orchids, on Thursday Aug. rears. and turned on the hot water to
ust 6, and thereafter on the first He l I' survived b\ his widow, avoid a chill at night. She drank selected by' Particular People
Thursday of each month. Mrs. Nina Rees of Naples twobrother' out of her hand, filling it from Yellowstone\ Checking
The topic of the first meeting" i t Ted of Lake Worth the cold water tap. Collars with two pounds of
will be "What Is an Orchid? and Oscar of Miami;: three "I Just wanted out. M> Cod, radio equipment are attached
and will be discussed by Mr. ;sisters, Mrs. Marie Roehrig of I wanted out," she told newsmen to some grizzly bears In the
Perry Coppens and Mrs. Walt. Lake Worth Miss Barbara Rees Yellowstone Hark area to enable R
er Larrab .. ot North Carolina and Mrs Ceo Police summoned an ambu. researchers to learn SALES nb
Beginners and advanced grow. ella: Barfus of Miami. lane after the a< qualntance dls enough about their habits to A 9
ers of orchids are Invited to at. Funeral services will be held covered Mrs. Bottom!) trapped check the decline in their P
tend the meetings.If I it 2 o'clock W.dnesdayaft'rnOon In the tub. numbers P

from the Earl G. Hodges Funeral ,
you are planning to prepare hapel: With Wallae.Endrespre.siding L .
curried chicken ahead to reheat i I
I minister of the Kingdom A
In the oven, you might/ liketo I flail, Jtvovah's Witnesses of Fl TROPIGAS
sprinkle the top of the cateroU -
J nciattn,. Interment will be in .
with flaked coconut. A* DELIVERED WHEN
the dish, I Ian Ulaml. There will be a vislta. 1T) 0 + ; tw. NeE.I

roixed serve accompaniment mango peanut ihutney to and ground t t to:ion 8 tonight at the funeral chapel from 7 : ) LI J YOU ARE NOT HOME SERVICE .

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... .- The World Today
NtUJ !; .
:L :: : : : MARLOWE
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News Allet.t'
A ..clot.4 Ptess

TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1964 syear's thing but well. But neither dl.
I rectly menaces the safety of the

I Air Conditioned Schools Help StudentsSince ./.: the election candidates campaign.lneluding and the beginning United States to feel, which secure at last behindan u

rfl ct the peculiar period
lasws- < *
this newspaper apparently in In which Americana are Irv. armed strength greater than

itiated the campaign to air condition In North Naples will open next school r e ins There has been nothing like anything muster.the Communist world

term. It probably will take several It tor 3S \eu.. can
in Collier with with crisis
County, it was of crisis or Now, absent and
months to determine if Collier County If this was a time tension eased and the
considerable pleasure that we read the peril for the United States, the country

results of a two-year Florida State University will enjoy the same results that an air energies and ever the hotitUltle have fairly more prosperous time to Americans

conditioned school afforded Pinellas ; I of American would .b. directed examine
study which revealed that "cool"students themselves thenselves, criticise them.

make better scholastic progress County. There is no reason to believe \ 1 not but outward tnward among toward the common selves, express their discontent
than do that the local experience will be any dif foreign foe.Internal with themselves.
in schools that ,
youngsters are Pc pL :: would W President Johnson In a very
ferent. all fairness local difference
not air conditioned.The However, in K TENSioySftii ) real sense Is the custodian or
school officials should be given an the programs at home
study was conducted In Pinellas op If this was a time of and
to observe for a few months 1e there would .be a abroad built up since 1929 and
portunity ; depression
County by Dr. Fred Stuart of the Pinel- t
:: 'rand search for new he 1* Intent on adding new ones
the effects of controlled classroom climate i omroon <
las County Board of Public Instruction, solutions and new program to particularly In the social wellfare :

and Dr. H. A. Curtis, head of Florida on the scholastic ability of students.If save the nation from disaster field I

State University's department of education the results are as bright as Indicated erhr The people would be wrapped In publican Sen. Barry nominee Goldwater, the Re.
a common garment of uncer- represents
research and testing.In by Dr. Stuart and Dr. Curtis, it taints the forces which have long been ,

the 260-page report, Curtis and seems logical that some effort should be But this Is not that kind of discontented with those programs .

Stuart concluded that school made to air condition other Collier County time. Compared with learn particularly the enor.
junior high !cone bi this Is a prosperous and mously enlarged role of the federal .
Students showed when schools including some now in existence government in life of
more progress tranquil period. Because It I IS, the

they studied In an air conditioned atmos This may well prove to be an American now have the luxury nation over these past 33! rears

and of time for aelf-exjmliullon, Much of the campaign ma)' he
expensive undertaking not practical ,
phere. Since this writer attended grade Intetnal hos. < concentrated that area
selUrltuIsm and
school In Florida, we feel qualified to for some of the older buildings. In which tllities. But It Is only because the

voice an "Amen" to the report submitted case, it may prove economically feasibleto ." There has been no such time country is now i rich, and at last

phase out the older buildings in orderto since before the 1D29:! market tranquil, If only temporarlh ,
by the learned During that
gentlemen. trash. Then came the \ears of those who share and oppose

the hot, humid summer months a provide new air conditioned classrooms depression, despair and fright, Goldwater's view of America

sleepy, perspiring youngster in a classroom for as many students as possible. the new programs of President and the world have a chance to
Franklin D. Roosevelt and the express their feelings
Almost anything that will enable students
is hard to focus attention
put on gratitude for his leadership as
to learn faster and better is an investment .-- -
.anything except to wonder how to expressed In the 1936 election -

keep his eyes open or what explanationto worthy of careful consideration.It which gave him every slate but ]

give the teacher if he should drop off may well be worthwhile for the "'IIfr.Jl'R/- two.Before the depression was .psopre

for a short nap. Against his will, of local School Board to immediately start " :' ,t! over, and before Rooifvelt's : I." th

'course. an Investigation of the practicability and '.. ".. : i..t.: 1f! ,: ':, .:} ji.: GJ third election, tile United Sites ,;
had moved Into the anxleh and
The further cost of providing controlled climate conditions 'I' 'n ewe
report pointed out that the -- - -- -- -- the preparations of the years I )

air conditioned school used in the studyvas in all school buildings, for parents The Best of BoyleBY QUICK QUIZ just before World War II. Then

of certain demand there were the war years,
constructed youngsters
low because
\ at a cost of
After them 4he years of te. OLD FORCE N.Y. (AP-
.a compact design, without the open that they be provided the same favorable HAL DOYLE Q-\\'IIII\ tins "Unntilas"of/ / conversion to peace, the stun Cov. William W. Scnuton 31

areas between various units of the school learning conditions as will be enjoyed by /Douglas fir fnmt nine realization that the nation PeIlIlS)Ivanl.' turned to the
AS'ollish botanist. had only moved from a hot war wilderness trails of this Acllioit-
;plant. Sea Gate students. high A modern X.ruy therapy Daud! Douglas, Mho explored to a cold one, the repeated dark resort tcxl.iy to relax Horn

There were also some operating It Is not difficult to foresee that all columnist NEW YORK might(AP never>-Things know If a machine can cost $100,000 or the Northwest for plant! and crises created by communism, his vigorous but unsuccessful

economies In the compact, climate-con- future schools in Florida will be designedand he didn't open his mall: more.The ordinary worker makes seeds!! lor gardens! In England the Marshall Plan, the Berlin campaign tot the Republican
His find blockade lIumln tlolI.St'r.mton .
most was the
important Communist; take presidential
built for climate-control. If air Most people drink a ton or .
trolled school which had fewer windows about seven Job changes between
the Douglas fir.TODAY. over In China, the formation of his wife and 1 theirfour

4o wash, break or repair, fewer confined conditioning helps business firms, theatres more second of only water to air each as year.an essen.It Is Most of the the ages time of 20 he and has 63 to NATO, the Korean war, the nu. rhildien arrived at Old ,

dress to mow and fewer storm drainsto churches, offices, and homes thenit tlal to human life make them whether he wantsto clear race with the Soviet Union Forge Monday. They were In
and the of seclusion behind the of the
agony Internal suspicion gates!
maintain. Other maintenance economies is reasonable to believe that the same America is still the glvingest or not. It is estimated that of in the McCarthy .u, exclusive AiUromlac League ,
nation ,
are also credited to the air contfitioned comfort should be provided school students to on earth.philanthropic Our contributions causes some 8.5 only million U Job cent changesthis will IN The years that followed, the Club's 9OOO.acre preserve he.

if it enables them to year !per years of President Dwight D. fore newsmen found out their
from !
edifices. particularly rose $5.4 billion In 1954 to be voluntary
Eisenhower, were not tranquil. plane had landed at Old, Foigeairport.
their ability to learn. $10 billion In 1963. One American In five Is fat, WASHINGTONWASHINGTON
The air conditioned Sea Gate school improve Does These were the years of the .
your dog have keen and probably getting fatter as
hearing? U he does, he shouldbe ho grows older. Salt often con. Nlkita missile Khrushchev race, of the probings of
of new nations
able to hear a watch tick up> tributes to overweight. We need (AP)-Thenation's
emerging, All of them COPENUVCEN (CAP) Mrs.
to40feetaway. only about a quarter of a teaspoon 37 largest post offices,
were uneasy years. Sargent Shriver, a sister of the
at 1 nets Bat frighten the ladies and of salt but which account for 50
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS dally, many per cent of They did not become easier late President Kennedy, arrived
are often taken as t symbol of people take from five to 20 all mall, will soon be dlstrlbut. .
when President John F, Kennedy today for a two.rtay visit
doom. But
the Mayan wor. times that much. Ing outgoing parcels by rip
took over Khrushchev tried She Is on a European tour to
shlped the bat as a cod and to We're all Interested In how code.
the him out, too, with the Berlin study welfare work for lundl.
the mammal
famous people have managed to Monday's announcement by
wall, nuclear testing, missiles In tail*children! \ ,
are a sign of good luck. In India
keep their health and vitality Postmaster Genral John A.
Cuba, It was only after Kennedy Her husband is director of the
and New Guinea bat are an Into old age. This Is the advice Gronouskl said the result should
forced a showdown with him In U.S. Peace Corps and head of
s Item on the gourmet's menu. of financier Bernard Baruch: be speedier long.dlstanre delivery .
Cuba that be
some tranquility President Johnson's antipoverty
I Quotable notables "The thing "Always do one thing less than by one day or more, and I
that Impresses me most about you think you can do." less damage as a result of fewer gar

I America Is the way parents It was Winston Churchill who handlings en route. This coincided with the dtsln.
I1 obey their children."- The observed "I am an optimist. It The announcement said post tegratlon of unity In the Com. PARIS (.P-U Thant, sec're.Urygeneral .

I Duke of Windsor.One does not seem too much use offices in Detroit. Philadelphia_ munlst world. The Reds turned or the United Na.
lions arrived
for roundof
reason doctor bills are so being anything else"BARBS wasmngton, Chicago, Houston their energies and hostilities Inwards a
onsulUtions with of.
4h and Minneapolis are already criticizing one another.
----------------- facials
sorting parcels by zip code 1 It was then that a comparative
The program will be extended I ly peaceful period for this coun. lie will be a luncheon guestof

l SIGHT SEEING QUI this work to Los Angeles, San I t try began. President Charles de Gaulle
and confer with Minister
ItY IIAI. 'OCIIRAN Francisco, San Diego, Oaklandand True, there I ts still Castro's Foreign!
eu.c2 1 Maurice Couve de Murvllle.
/U Sacramento, Calif., Seattle, I communism In Cuba and the
I w f There really Isn't any use Wash., and Portland Ore. Another war In Viet Nam Is going any.
r qj4 tp in thinking there isn't any 24 offices will be Includedby

use Sept. 1.WASHINCiTUN. ,,,,,.on',

(CAP) Gulli. -w-
A fellow works hard to ble admlnl!>trators" of foreignaid

T attain success and then his paid $1,500,995 for $40,000

friends call! him lucky. worth of old rags delivered to

Iran as fine quality textiles,
Sen. John J. Williams R Del I.
f .. nDmm
said Monday

i! [ "Except for the humidity problem ue like the house very much." said In a that Senate someone speech,seems Williams to -. :
astli R f
I -The National' Obierver have been "extremely lax" In ; ",: rt 1It1 :;.:.; .-t",- .,;..
protecting the taxpayers' Inter.
ests In connections with the REPORTS
r Kids hop skip and jump
Editorials on the AirThe sidewalks and on fraud, which he said occurred In
streets when Jay-walking grown-ups on foreign aid shipments in 1958. + With Gov. Wallace out of the

crux of the matter fnr editorialist In the last 10 years, the seven CBS- 4M Mvrmt O fffft Williams identified Manout. presidential race Goldwater's rating -
[U.I) . whether one sees the role of chehr Aadal, who he said Is
owned radio stations and its five television llUc:: A WOKLD-FAMOUS JarAMJSEMENt 10'64 in the South went like
opinion is atlmulitlve or ai persuasive. With\ vacation time here an Iranian national In New York up a
GMUIEN OF 'It 5 A//: ]
In the latter rise, opinion consider that stations have broadcast 2,671 editorials STANDS IN THE HEART OF A CITY the restless aye with grade City, as the "key individual and skyrocket particularly here in

It his failed if It does not periuide differing and 304 rebuttals to them. Someof W trt schools kids is betweenseven the prime factor In this fraudu. Florida. Don't forget the Sunshine
opinion to abandon Its views; and these have been powerful ind persuasive .n'fI'lN3Q';N33YHN3J03' '110 IH the morning/ / and lent transaction" lie added that State has been
10 it get* militant, frequently disruptive statements, requiring management bedtime Treasury Department records tearing shirt

and lometimes destructive. In the former to stick ita neck out and in many hD; b. tk' :" showed Aadal' still unpaid "tax for the GOP nominee in the last 3

18e-and I like to think of this a* the cases stimulating in addition to vociferous ) ::: '.< \ delinquency amounts to $464. presidential elections.
editorialist'* motive-.opinion, while it intensive u 234.03" for the years 195860.
dissents community or
may try to persuade belie\e that It has state action. A gAMS L A S : V AN A : BIRD A A WASHINGTON (AP-A) bill And if you don't believe the
aerved a valuable purpose if It doe no Unfortunately, not broadcast\ editorials to permit more retired regular Goldwater strategists had thAt all
more than stimulate consideration of the > military officers to take
are as significant or a* effective. govern. figured outyou've
View It advocates as factors to enter Too many are of the drive-safely, keep- 26 Tune EVE ANT E n..L.! ment civilian Jobs without losing got a hole in
into final formation S E M Eo 't ERE 0 S much of their your head.
any of policy-en out-of-the-raln, weal1o(1w.adebttoClur.oldler. I. 'emerging 28 Recording> :. retirement pa
if they never become determining factor variety. It i I. not reassuringthat 6. Ring out U: Bc.in|| . SAKI I 0 N\ N V was approved by the Senate +++ 4 ++ Hi ++

among the over 2,600 editorials on 10 Promt 16: Snare' A P.M A.F' I lOT. Monday,

This I I. the role that for the most CBS's stations, little more than one editorial 11 Shin :17 Bluer D 0 M. N 0 0 NT I M e. +Jacksonville people refer

part, press opinion in the United States in 10 has evoked a rebuttal. Although 13. Rib \fiih E R I C. ARE. M E L. . . . . . Bill Porter local to

has played. It Is a role. I think, that has I know very well the reluctance mountain 38.Colllblor f. THE T E.. PEL A abstractor, as
Justly given the editorialist a t cry special of people to go to the trouble of answerIng 14. Heather "nol| MAR E. E G. ALE N COLLIER COUNTY NEWS "Judge. The reason ? 01' Bill WASa

position among journalists. And it I.a is an editorial unless their personal ox.: genus 40, CliUrn: u1 l MICHAEL CHANCE Edit' .Publisher Judge in Jax before he
5 L. C w NO. D V E D came here.
luIII'Illrll.'rtt THOMAS MAYER Anociate Editor
role in which broadcasting must participate Is gored, I nevertheless suspect that U. Prlnceis
more fully. I suggest that we either we are not forceful enough in 41. Slb 1 MARSHALL WYATT Adv, Manaser Haven't seen Rol Staley in a
can do this most effectively only It we our editorials or we are talking about 16. fnltof Fmanated ALBERT DAVID HERMANSON.OPOLKA. CirC Mach." Director Sup coon's age but a reliable source

( Strengthen the fiber of broadcast editorials matters far from the top order of Illumination 43 Cubic: airier ;1. II'ild .1" 6 IU.llllt.. MRS LOUISE DAUI. Office, Mgr advises he's as fine as frog's
sharpen their relevance and persist urgency.-Frank Sfanton, president, Co. 18. Walln 48, Pranet 3. Cehick on U"II hair
eloquently in their cause . tumble Broadcasting System/ 19. Season 4i. Cotll'll! aherk 7 Frer p..cl Published' .::r.'h .ctpt Monday which is real fine ee. Darry
end Saturday.
21. IItrlllll 48. PrtllWIII- 4. Xlpa 1 palm I B. Evruse: the Co."., County Publitnini C... Davis former attorney for Metro
23. Polar lion 9. Kind .1 'Inc, 741 Twelfth "Avenue.' South, N.- will enter the ,
. Just A Little Eye ToothFor region \r)n11'x 'I Riser "I I h'dld pi Boa'**, 1737.Tataphone fit ., I3MO. Mill' addrna P. O. land" submerged
2.5 hatchet obi suit for one of the
1 Rtlinquish I' lOll 111 I ...nU. \ Mldwsy 2.2107 toy alt devel-

days, that tooth hung in ani- "You better tell the good fairy to 'r r J .. F.ucahptu. d..I1..nt. . . opers we are told.
IS s
mated suspension.It ,. T tree Subscription' Rates ++++++++ .+ + I
get that quarter ready, he said, "I Ii list Jar
By corner or mail, 'In'
was an eye tooth and It put on got a feeling tonight's the night. 10 I a It breeze advance. payable +The parking meter pipes still

one whale of a struggle to stay In. It lie went In to brush his teeth. Is 14 l2 20 Pruettl.A IIradltn Three One Veer Months III:$.3.7J Six, Months sine leek lousy but we're not going

wiggled. It wobbled.He ". : food Member ot The AaMclated' P,..., to be the ONLY one to give
Turned on the water. Let it run which '. entitled' anclueivaly' to the a whoop.

kept nudging it with his as he opened his mouth and stared 'f'ort I" 24 Obatatlr. ute news for Items repubiication printed In th ot
tongue, picking at it with his thumb at the miserable little non-essential. I I"0 I" II 2i 29a11Ti I lutmrtu well Entered aa all at AP second news clan ditpatche matter at ing along fine after a spot of Tex-

and forefinger.After If ..zs 30 r'nbtl- th. Peat Office .t Naples, Florida, as surgery. He's home and able to
Started to brush his teeth.
under Act of March 3. IW7.
all. a little boy lives in a PAW men! drive his own car . Mel Bigley is
One stroke. Two. Three. % t 1 II "JO JI 11 Disbursed The NEWS assumes n. retpon.S'bility .
time of good fairies and financial *.t .IZ T2 Stitches: ' for the return at unsolicited on the verge of becoming a pioneer

recompense.That Then horrors. 11135 Jf !JS !n 33 Thrradhare menueeripta NEWS or attume photographe.The no financialretponeilMity resident. He's been here almost as

evening he said: "Mama, it's The tooth came out while he was J 1 ITJ ,e-i1"i: Q :J.5 H. corotclia rail flour bulnlf for not.typofraphical f.N ft advertite, ..nmmanla tang as we have, and we're a pioneer -

gunna come out. I know it. I can brushing, fell into the sink and went ""' .. nun before the next saws ot such of th.error with a capital P. . Nice to

down the drain. 41 41 4' '. 39 l'nllol paper will rtprmt correctly that see Billy Hixon
tell. port of the advancement In which feeling so well. .
the error occurred I In the event .
He pressed against the tooth with You'd think the good fairy would 5 K aright time, .,....."t would render the Arnie Haynes continues to bring
.2 Srme .
fraction, ..fuel.... The NEWS
his thumb, wrinkling up his browin take care of such imponderables as ","dt', will ....ue. the price. of the advertisement top-night movies to Naples. . Ed
: Jl by." amount equal' to
actual pain aa he did. this. 44.1 ummonsul8s! the percentage el the total apace Schoenthaler's Old Cove is a credit
The Gastonia Gosett ea the erroneous er emitted copyrepresented to the
Par H"' JJ r fie NarN. .Naces cccaminity, by gtun.Qtbt .


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Tens '' Ink i a t, t'lel I COLLIER COUNTY MHs 5

Polly Speaks To ExchangeOn !t mrmm1I'

rei ,." I UiTtm.n, t -Trlr Lumruerti Chamber

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Commission Chairman i the I mil In! si'If. unit, agriculture department ( '
Dewey Polly was the ,tll'l'r ol \I\l"| 's "M, 11,110"11
guest speak.
ter resources and the
at the Navimol' series Tim Con. Events Calendar
er meeting of the Ex. Sheriffs department Polly re. f
"awho the ,
Chang Club last night at the ported. pj\s| part is an
musing fellow "v> his own time
Beach Club, briefly outlining the County real estate evaluation : The also Intended to utilize the c \i-
activities of <" ( Mn \\1 U' 1-1\ '!, "him 1st (Mitessknii. nier Naples] Chamber
present the County has Increased from $165,000,000 lendar u a source of Inform a'
Board of Commissioners. # ,i III' "ui ever nr of ( 'I i nerci' loday announ-
Reporting on "Alligator Al. to 175000000. This affords \ 'I i* in''st i mbarrasslng mom.' t. ced th ,'.. llshmen of a ComI lion in advising visitors 'n\ le
some additional money since one 1.1 'lit ii innants to get Into his, tromp community of activities under-
ley Polly stated that the bonds mill will now return $175,000 in I vents calendar to provide
have been validated and are now taxes. "We are trying to hold the "J. J, """ I mite of the wings of tint a scaring house for datesof way in Naples In which they'

being sold Each county, he said, tax down," said Polly "but the .1' .' '" tern' e, ,1'1' II :11 ilong. ioca)1 events sponsored ,>r might be interested and In puBUcUtng -

must secure It's own rights. mlllage may go up from one thirdto < ,- ", BTIM tONWAYloi organUi"' hy community groups generally what Naple ,

way before contracts may be let one half,mill. Members of the / .xntiii I dowry) and cluK. The Chamber staled has to offer to persons intern >i-

and that Collier County has al. board are conscientious and are + I the HOI question i \ WOOIlone television olum of. that :he calendar will be open ed In visiting here
ready obtained about 71 per cent trying to hold taxes down In spiteof for Us
l"h> events of
nests alwax ask is "What was any genuine
of Its rlghts.of of
way, many
growing pains. In comparisonwith
which were gifts. t tout must emluri' jsslug mo.input' \ nmunlty Interest sponsored
The rlghta-of.way still needed, low."other counties,our taxes are I've had mshare, or organized by local clubs, USS Alabama

said small he are mostly through In closing, Polly pointed out,
where the land will be so voiced with the "Mt Kale's civic groups.
acreage that school taxes do not .
sunder Will Become
cut up by'lIe road that Its value the jurisdiction of the Com. t X NavKKHI... Th' new .t rvlce will be Intended .
will be reduced. A certified But after more or less sober"
ap. mission "That budget is set by to prevent scheduling of mulrlple -
praiser sets the amount the high the school board," he said. "reflection 1' think the topper event on the same date Museum Piece
was whit nn good friend Ernie
way will damage the property and which might result In excessive
U Anderson end I refer to ,is "the
Is offered the land
this owner.
... ._ hair job.binle." competition between the events i SEATTLE Wash.AP) i
not satisfied with the appraisal ... .. > 'v v' "
Beatles and I had worked together and therefore prevent the sponsoring hulking! gra\ ,I tlllt of W" r) offer course then to the the courts.owner has re. Big NEA Telephotol for threeeirs ,at KUV. group f from achieving their War U will lumber out of Pu\ d

CIf\'elIIHI-oh. objective The Sound late today on a 3Mi( }
TV in is stiffen listing \ include
"The Commissioners are de. Charl's.J'e of Omaha, Neb. iconten bought a copy of
Hit In First Sl'RI'RISEWhen: Mr 1I nouncer and I as director of such activities as trip through HIP Panama ariil
slrous of letting contracts as soon DC, cameras began to flash She discovered community ,
the White House Guide Book in Washington promotion spotk On the side we dances to Mobile, Ala where It will I ieenshrined
as possible but all rlghtsof.waymust the Mrs B, meetings shows, barbecues '
commemorate occasion, Lyndon
and to
she was the millionth purchaser wrote comniv .1'onlm.r.. as i museum m i
be obtained first, and as Movie VentureHOLLYWOOD by the President At left i exhibitsetc. The.p"n'lIr'
Johnson (right) presented her with a special copy autographed far as I know Collier County Is in photo are husband Charles Vessel! and son Frank. spent In telling each other that ing group need only call the If the US6 Alabama wah !Ii >>.
ahead of Broward County In this AP The Cfiamher\ offices
( ) --- -- - to determine
the public' rteseiveii. to see ui on Ing the trip In Its heda} it
effort" Polly said. Beatles are a big hit In their ounsiou. what rise might be >scheduled on wouM take s'J wii days "I t
In reporting on parks and re first movie critics call them our the dale which
AmbushesIn ito.veloped they are considering Aboard would be 2rOO; met W.
Red Finally WI' gut a
creation he pointed out that land the new Marx Brothers- nd no mid rI'Ac1y-w.program thought and 10 list their event as eluding an admiral.But .
was getting scarce. A program Is one is happier than movie com. Shriners Hear Glowing notice that was 20 \
for audition Wo
an were groups
underway for public parkslnclud. poser David Rose.Ro.e r1'a
S. Viet Nam working for Channel 3. so we Chamfer urged all local groups when going to the m un
Ing U miles at is a serious musician
,'hed Chumel 1 take Duck Rogers dream and hattlt-
shrewdly\) approa to advantage of the service
Beach; 28 acres set aside by noted for his lush use of strings like the Alabama ruled tJ> >
FromChamber's Cause Loss with our Idea. \\e ftpn'ed that If and to list! activities on the calendar ships *
Marco Island Development Corp., His music Is somewhat removed Ceremonial Report Big teas
Channel S heat I about It and
on Marco Beach; the 5-acre Bay from that of the Beatles fired us Channel t would hire as far In advance as pos When; the 3JOOWon vessel tie'>.
Point Park across from Aqual. Until the Beatles' reviews sible. ids
SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) out of sympathy parts tOO.1y.lt will be empt
ane Shores for East Naples; and came out, Rose thought maybehe Communist Viet Cong guerrilla The format was ,i IS.mlmite( The organization noted that it giant: 40-Inch main gun and,-a
property had been acquired at had approached music from Dave Pfaff staged two ambushes of govern. hand puppet show with snappy phalanx of 40mm guns will lock
Lake Trafford for people In the the wrong direction."I units In .
meat quick succession Jokes. We set up the imlltlun fora threatening, but they'll be impotent
Immokalee area. went up to my teen.aeedaurhter' today near the tip of South Viet U.S. Foils Cuba ,
the background ,
Last Friday night,29 members familiar with some of frllay at 5 o'clock, wrote aseveniuge
"The budget this year Is presenting room the other day," Nam and a VJS. spokesman said and Nine radar screens that one
of the Shrine Club attended activities. script, rehearsed
the usual problems, said he gays "The walls were plas. casualties were believed to be tracked Japanese /cros halo'
Polly. "The average citizen Is tered with pictures of. the Bea. a regular monthly dinner at In the absence of Glenn j Baer, heavy. didn't rehearse It for a with week. nut we. Raid Plan By been Installed In their ill spoil
quite willing to have the various ties."There the Cove Restaurant providing tournament director DanClea- One American was wounded.He couldn't iffoid them. But only because they look IlIq,.
county services Increase their were no pictures of an enjoyable occasion for all.and I ver, treasurer of the committee, was flown to Saigon. Plane Two Sea Ranger awl
budgets until he realizes that me. Worse there were none of a busy time for Carl Clemmer read Baer's report showing that The attacks took, place in iso. At last the tie ,dai ame'Er Nabbing Sea Robin.s'wrt: t' .t' the ,CM-:

such Increase will boost the tax. my albums in her record col. president, and members of the the tournament was an"outstandIng laded Chvong Thien Provinceon ale and prepared to make his. exile mil journey, with the Alai ,
tory. There was no stage for the MHMI API-An ml i iCastio
es and take money from his pocket lection. What does a father do board of governors who were success." While not the largest this 10th anniversary of the attached on wire and 1 main r''w
tablecloth rlId I Cuba
puppet show so we draped a in was ieport
in a situation like that of a Geneva agreements that split atoll a half mile behind.
able to attend. In attendance golfers, .
over two' chairs and eaton ed foiled total when U.S luIliorltlfS
Bond refunding may raise the "I'm glad the Beatles are successful of 133 the Beach Viet Nam and put the northern The entire project of readying
Clemmer Introduced the guest total men played the floor For pupit'ts, we seared, a plane with
taxes $39,000 and additional as movie stars. Maybenow sector under Communist rule the giant war veteran for thatrip
11. speaker for the evening, Dave Club and 48 women played The glued hair on the backs of our four bomb.
amounts are sought by the they'll get out of the music At least 60 troops were wound and preparing a sultal e
t Humane Society build. business." Ffaff executive vice presidentof Moorings Country Club course. hands and drew eyes on our A Covet iiinent spokesmansaid .
brary ed in the ambush of a battalion. renting place is costing: Albanians
Ing department welfare health Oddly Rose's biggest hit was the Naples Chamber of Com- The women so Impressed with sized truck convoy wending Its fingers, enslomi agents nabbed the $1 million '

an out.of.character number as merce, who reviewed the pro- The Moorings course that they way south from the provincial At 5 o'clock we were Joined by two-eugine craft at the Lantana They are organl/ed under the"

noisy as the Beatles blems faced by his staff In hand-> requested the course be used In capital VI Thanh to Go Quao. one tired cameraman, unhappy airport, near West Palm Detach USE Alabama Battleship Com.

Stan Laurel Is "When MGM made 'Sweet ling the Shrine All-State Cere- the coming year.Floancially.Cleaverhed. The spokesman said the list about working overtime, and Sunday night., mission Their eluding spirit T Is
Bird of Youth,' with Paul New. monial, held early In June. This a good of dead also was expected to five ad agency men, disgruntled Exiles, aalil the bombing heal a Mobile Insurance man, Stephen .
man and Geraldine Page a few about working martini time. been planned to roliulilo with
Hospitalized With was the largest meeting of any report with substantial donation be hI&h.The C. Croom M
years ago, the song 'Ebb-Tide' With the seven pages of act lit| today's owning of the Organ I.Ihtlon
other ambush
kind held In lIe to the Greenville Shrine Crippled was
ever Naples '
of Anier'i Stiles mod
Diabetic Attack was used as background mu. Joining us on the floor, our an
sic," he said. stated that by noon Saturday of Children Hospital through Egypt launched within an hour againsttwo hands str 't<'he
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Stan "MGM records asked me to the meeting when the flow of Temple panles regular that raced Vietnamese to the convoy's com. heads, we set out to convulseour U.S. authorities !said I in hivetlfutlon *. C11LUFF I !

Laurel 73, the surviving mem. record it, which I did. It was Shrine visitors to his office practically The Collier County News gave rescue. Thsse companies also audience However, slme, Into poulble neutralitylaw

ber of the all-time great comedy expected to be a hit. It wasn't, ceased approximately such complete coverage of the were believed to have suffered we hadn't rehearsed our 1land"pupp.t. violations continued. They
team of Laurel and Hardy lies but the other side of the recordis 1,500 had registered at his of- All-State Ceremonial a Shrine losses. ., unforeseen problemscame said no arrests had been made

111 today In a hospital from a dl. my all-time big seller-The spokesman said, that little was Doth ambushes took place I up. They happened all at Exiles alii (the raid was ..1,111.
abetlc attack. fice.From t bat In the. Interest of 'Url. net, by two wild have GMC INC.
Stripper. this, he calculated that said except that Clemmer emphasized f,w miles frpro, (he.,mud.walUd j once, < groups
He has been thlfe'MDtIlul' 'How that came 'about ,is' one how few ty I'll' list them numeric allyt uinblntMj their forces, the Rev. '
of which
a total of about 8,000 to 3,200 complaints fort of Vinh Cheo, came Truck Parts
Thurtday-.nd no one Is Since had all olutlonary Recovery Insurrer
supposed of those show business mistakes 1. we four hand
Shrlners and members of their any nature were received.MEMBERSHIP under a heavy Communist at.
to know about it. But that boomerang Into big money. tack early last week. Four civil In the air we discovertd t the tlonal Movement (Mill) and -Service -
1,000 letters a day families visited Naples for the end .. Commandos, L,
somehow 'The Stripper' was some guard companies coming to Its of the first page -that there TEMPORARY
have come to the hospital from background music I had com. occasion, with about 2,300 registered UP ambushed was no way to turn the pill K'*. A conviction of violating the
rescue were LOCATION
Laurel and Hardy aficionados. at various hotels,apartments In speaking of plans for the neutrality law : bring fine
posed for a television show of ing Viet Cong and suf.fered After a moment of ,pant' 1 a
"Stanley Is amazed that people the old play 'Burlesque.' I had and motels. Estimating balance of the year Clemmer nearly 200 casualties. sucked up a page with my of $5,000 and Imprisonment for 421 Ninth St.. N.TRAILWAYS .

are so concerned" said a written it and forgotten about It. approximately 300 to 500 non- pointed out that membership In Government planes and hell. mouth and blew It away, This five yean

close friend. "Every nurse and Isn't it Ironic that I, who had Shrlners who may have come to the club Is now 94, a consider- copters from nearby bases dlln't, help the delivery of the --- -

doctor In the hospital finds some made a reputation with strings Naples some time during the able Increase from that of the moved into the area Immedl. comedy line I was Involved In, at

excuse to come in his room Just should get my greatest fame period, he felt that an Influx of first of the year. He hoped that ately a spokesman said, and the moment
to talk with him. It's amazing from some honky-tonk brassy at least 3,500 was experiencedon this total will be well over 100 strafed and rocketed the VietCong 2. For men In our physical)

the love his fans" have for this loud, drum.beating song?" that Saturday. by the end of the year. He also' forces with "probablygood con,I It Ion, It was cruel and unu. /
great comedian. east punishment to keep hands
From a financial standpoint mentioned that this was the first results. _
West Valley Baptist Hospitalin over our heads after the first
time the club had held Chuong Thlen Province Is
Enclno won't ad. Pfaff thought that probably $100 anything two
nearby even minutes.
mlt that the EngllsM co. Joan CrawfordOut 000 or more was spent here In but social affairs during the sum- about! 100 miles south of Saigon. 3. The pain, and the business i

median Is a patient. Of Hospital one way or another by the visi mer months and that he was The commander of the U.S. with the I page turning liidmodhysterlta <

"We have no one here by that tors. Also! he found quite few "pleasantly surprised" by the Navy's powerful 7th Fleet told I.ujthl.r-not from

name," hospital attendants say HOLLYWOOD (AP}-Produc. of those who became acquaintedwith good attendance reporters aboard his flagship at the audience, but from UK. The

tersely.But Lion of "Hush. .Hush Sweet Naples as a result of that Plans for August call for a :Saigon today the fleet Is ex. kind of laughter that's a sulwtl.

Laurel himself via the Charlotte" was scheduled to re. visit are already returning to boat ride on the Donna Bell; .plorlng ways of contributing to lute for reaming. At the end
close friend leaked the word so sum today after a 17.day the area for another visit Pfaff September and October, regular 'I South Viet Nam's war againstthe of five minutes we were" In All a i'i''a i'r
that he could publicly thank the I guerrillas agony of hilarity The last 10
caused the Illnessof dinners the Beach
shutdown by said the Shrlners made such a monthly at
yl t tM ti'r
thousands who have written actress Joan! Crawford. favorable impression on the residents Club. November Is to have not Vice Adm. Roy L. Johnson member.minutes I mercifully don't U. i

him."I Miss Crawford was released of Naples that It was hoped only a dinner at which electionof who took command of the fleet
don't know how people When we were flnl'hednr! 1
of Leba. I IIt
Saturday from Cedars next officers will take last month said he In Y
was Sal.
that a return mightbe year's u
found out the friend quoted engagement r
mean exactly that-4he ramer.
where she was ad. 1
Laurel "but tell them all mlt non ted for treatment of virus in the cards. place but also a dance on November I Gen i eon partly William to C.discuss with Lt. man was ntlll unsmiling The I t

thanks." 28 at which a local girl Westmoreland agents mumbled that may tx amore
pneumonia. 'commander of U.S. forces
In their prime Laurel and Scenes featuring costar Bette BUSINESS would be selected to represent Viet Nam, of In efficient set and few

Hardy had a fan club in Europe Davis will be filmed today Miss Prior to the social hour, a the Naples Club at the annual ,I the 7th Fleet ways role heightening weeks at the YMCA would hell

that numbered more than two Crawford is expected on the business meeting was held by the Coronation Ball of Egypt Tem tie ,n't, an,I left hastily

million members. His former 20th Century.Fox set Wednes. board which,while lacking a quorum pie held In Miami during the week Johnson declined to go Into de. We swept up the natteini
partner Oliver Hardy, died In day endorsed actions and plansof between Christmas and New :'tail, but said his warships had 5' rift, woes and tossed them

1957. Clemmer, Year'.. This will be the first the capability for example of lulu the watelMkket befor t we
time 1 blockading any port In the South left for the bar. I ran kill I sue
Clemmer touched briefly on Naples will participate In ,"hina Sea. The comment came our hairy hands wrapped
the outstanding activities of the this big event. Details will be j In to
response a question as to arn M""I those beer glasses The,
club so far this main Items available later. December will ,whether the fleet could .
year. success dl'ln'I \<) ,k prettv but at last
which the annualgolfrournament, feature the annual Christmas !I fully' blockade Communist North tlu seemed to know what the,

j took place In May, and the party. Viet Nam if called on to do so. wei i'Jinr.

Shrine Ceremonial In June. Since ______ _.._m__
this was the first Shrine Clue: Palestine and Syria combined .

regular dinner since April, many} were called Ketenu I Read the Want Ads

u of those in attendance were u i- bthe ancient Lgyptlans
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Askew III, 22, whose parents live in Naples completed

an eight-week signal officer orientation COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS Inc.

coulee at the Army Southeastern Signal School WfilLWMYSEasiest

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i AveragesFull Softball

Roundup __ 9NHK9HHMBBHHBHwhfe'Hi7i'BMiflBiiHBH' Bifl

42 or more at bats

BJ TKBAnocuriD AB R Hv&,

rxus jchultheU 83 29 26 .47
herler! 87 23 31 .463 LLJP.QR.T
Associated Press Sport Wrlti u" vtlrlYtiw 0' adman W 30 31 1',5

Little Don Buforri is n "M i if r tic 1 60 U 25 .U7
Into his Whitt Sox aim"st i 1 art 68 22 28 .a:

fut as the patched-up c'Itb.I,' '. wlu 46 12 17 '7n' M:WS 'ul 21 11)8t
: 6 ('Oll I II It (t'/ 1'I I1 Tuesi.ijr. ,
ana are growing on the Amon 1 i : i lett 60 22 21 .: 5t t)

can League. .d in, er 46 17 IS ?:.Cbill

Buford a preseason Rookie 68 17 20 .323
of h..Year candidate ,,1'0',> li :. I c" .e 67 17 21 .31"

tied during the early going:, on .;. .. eeks 74 28 22 .297\ Inter-Club PlayA

tlnued his recent surge Mondaynight ,Jf 66 16 18 ..28Ciiau
driving in four runs with
/ 48 8 14 .2 8t.
t homer, triple and single as
the streaking Sox shelled the \'d" Hall 66 16 16 ..273Ha
Los Angeles Angels t 0 and irer 59\ 14 16 .271 t Big CypressNext

climbed to within one.half gam t Ickford 65 23 17 .26:::

of the league lead. _____ __ _. n.___.. ___.______ .- - -.- .. -- Caballero 58 1: 15 .250
Dick McAullffe'e two-run horn NAPLES SPEEDWAY rtn\eis) and officials inspect askew 51 17 13 .255
er and Don Wert's -breaking 5chmucker 52 8 13 .250 Saturday
damage to car driven b\ Mrs. \ < single carried Detroit to a 7.5 Peer 45 11 11 ..244Yhl
2 Local ( in Saturday night's po\Mlei-puff Driver
victory over Boston In the only Softball ClubsIn race
other AL game scheduled lost control and smacked into flagman's stand I 59 7 14 .237 the ilili J I I .1 pdt In the sin\ 'uiiifi used as starting points In the .

The Whit Sox' victory was damaging car's front end ( Hewitt photo) Cothron 72 13 1622 play of f the jouthwM I lorlJjlinerClub tourney and the course will be

their fifth straight and ninth In Haynes 47 12 10 .212 Golf Leagur/: hill be "'led up between 9 a.m. and
the last 11 games They trail Sub-District T Tourney I Kelly 73 7 15 ,:06 played at Wg Cypress Golf and until after 2 p.m," with play-
first place Baltimore Rooms 45 12 9 .200 Club aarurda In the
by four I Late-Model Overheads Country on ) July ers participating league
percentage points Two local Softball teams have schedule arrives here within the Runs batted In -Stahlman 36, 25. competition. He said other golf

The White Sox now have won been granted special permissionto next day or so. Schultheis 19. Rice and Liles Bill Cypress I ro I'hil Da 1'1'- ers starting before 9 a.m. could

IS and lost 24 against eight AL enter the sub-district Softball When Stone decided tocompeteas 18. shire said the first plaur will play nine holes, but for a full

clubs for a .696 percentage, but tournament, which a team, the a11-atarteam roster Grab --Schulthels 10, Rice tee off about 9 a.m. and he expects ", round should wait until after
have lost begins Speedway SpotlifeInterest 7 Uolf and
10 of 10 to the New Askew 6.
York week at Palmetto.On was reduced by five men. all participants to be off the tournament is finished.
whom they head Triples--Kelly 4, SchultheU,
Three have been tee by Ilt30 .1.111./
Saturday, Ron McCune of players pickedto
by one game In the standings. continues Rice, Wheeler, and) Pease 3.
McAulltte'e the Recreation Department call complete the roster of the to grow in the checkered flag in the lea* There are seven members In
the eighth inning 17th,home pulled run De.,>In ed sub-district chairman Leo all-star tournament team. The :he late-model overhead class at lure race, beating out (Richie and Home Wheeler runs 5''Stahlmin 9, Rice the league and each club attempts DuBane WinnerAt

trolt even at 5.5 before Wert Mills of Palmetto and arrangedto three are Charles Barley,Jackie Naples Speedway. with eight cars Yahl who was second to enter a 20-man team. The

doubled home Bill Freehan, who have the Naples all-star softball Kline, and Don Walker. entered In this recently-Install- OJ3. Osceola won the first s league 1s made up of: Cape[ Big CypressEd

had singled with the deciding team get into the tournament Players previously selectedfor ed division in Saturday night's heat race and finished :second Coral, Big! Cypress, Peach Club,
run. races. In the second heat. More over- LegionAverages Lehigh \cres, fort Charlore,
McCune will manage the all-star play are Russ Stahl- DuDane was the winner at
Red Sox Manager Johnny Bob Dlefenthaler returned to head-model cars are being built t Cypress Lake, and Port Myeu,
team, which first takes the field man, Jim Wheeler, Rollle Rice, Big Cypress Golf and Country
Pesky was ejected for disputingthe at Palmetto next Tuesday night. Van Weeks, Bud Shlmer, Mike competition on the quarter-mile to compete for prizes every Sat golf and country clubs Club Saturday, with members
call on a two.run homer by track with a 1956 Ford overhead, urday night at the speedway, The summer schedule calls f for
Chuck David
the Mills also allowed Stone Builders Rans, Kelly, Pease, competing in match play against
Tigers' ; Thomas In
the seventh. George to enter the playoffs, after Claude Cothron, and Bob Hart- and Dlefenthaler's return was a located east of the airport on I FULL SEASON a march at each country club. par. DuBane's score 83-14-

Center fielder Thomas madean Stone team manager Buck Flow nett. profitable one. He went under Radio Road. AB R H Avg The league championship will be 69 enabled him to finish 1-up
In the jalopy class,OB.Osceo- Pedro determined in the fall on a point
unassisted double play In the ers talked to the sub-district 36 6 12 ..3a3Y : on par.
first Inning grabbing a line chairman. Mills told the local la jumped to the top of the driver Weeks 37 3 12 .324 system which awards seven Second place In the tourney

drive and running to second to team managers he would have to point standings when he cap Walker 42 5 10 .238 points to the winner of each went to George Losier who shot

retire baserunner Tony Conlgll.aro re-draw the tournament bracket, tured the semi-feature and feature Hamilton! 34 8 8 .235 match, six points to second place 82-9-73 to finish In the scoringeven

who had fallen on the base which he had made up prior to races Saturday. Bill Chapman Barley 18 2 T .43T winners, then scaled downwardto with par. Third place was

line receiving the calls from McCuneand and Wally York were heat Sar 18 1 4 .2U one point for the seventh place won by Allan Foster with 88-14-

Flowers. race winners. C. Breeden 28 0 5 .1'T9 team 74 finishing 2-down to par.
the Two drivers had mishaps with Haynes 13 2 2 ,1a4M
Associated Press Sports Writer Including two Naples teams,
Since Cincinnati Manager there will be 13 clubs competing Jalopiesbut neither was serious Weeks 23 1 3 .130 SCHEDULE AHEAD
Fred Hutchinson; made Ills poignant In the tournament at Palmetto. ly hurt. Allen Flfer's B-3 rolledover F. Breeden 33 4 4 .121 The schedule of play for the Jack Nicklaus

"man upstairs" statementat Special permission from Mills and off the tracklndBeMY Kline 24 3 1 .042 rest of the summer Is as follow Tops Earnings '

the All-aar Came two weeks had to be granted to get the two Jones' 0-13 rolled over on i Its Turner 13 2 0 .000 't August 8 at Fort Myers:
ago, the Reds have established Naples teams In because of July side and slid SO feet. Jonesklnncd Others 25 2 3 .120 August 22 at Cypress Lake; Sep- Of Pro Golfers

themselves as legitimate con. 7 entry deadline. Sub-district a hU shoulder on the pave Totals 342 37 71 .208 tember 12 at the Beach Club DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) With I

tenders by trimming four games officials apparently failed to notify ment.Mrs. and September{ 26 at Cape Coral. halt the season gone Jack
off their deficit and moving to anyone locally of this dead- Bill Chapman finished at The finale at Cape Coral will Nicklaus\ reigns. professional
within 2Vi games of the front. the head of the class in the pow- Peaches Leads Include a banquet at the Yacht golf's money king with tournament .

runners line.Exact dates and times for the der-puff race Mrs. Pat Powell Club at which time a league champion earnings of $90,'118.
The Reds, who won the 1961 led Tennis TourneyLAKE In this week's list of the
Naples teams' will most of the way but settled will be honored. top
pennant scramble tightened games not
for second place Mrs.BUI Stone Coral lead the 10 winners released by the Pro.
this year's race again Mondayby be known until Mills' re-drawn BLUFF, HI. CAP) Cape golfers fesslon.il Golfers
was a fast-finishing third. Mrs. league with 14 points after the Association,
knocking off the first-place Defending Champion Peaches Nicklaus was ahead of Arnold
Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 for Vernon Vickers, at the wheelof Bartkowlcz of Hamtramck, second match,winning first placeIn Palmer by more than $10,000.
their seventh victory In the last No, 12, lost control and crashed Mich., leads a field of 32 survl. the two outings. Big Cypressis Palmer's earnings to date are
nine games while the second Will Celebrate t a into the heavy wooden flag vors into the second-round today In a tie for second place with $80,693.

place Ban I Francisco CUnts 90th Birthday By man's stand The flagmen tWo' of the QaUonal16and.underflrls.. nine points, earned with a fifth Tony Lenu was third with
lost to the Chicago Cubs 6.4. drivers, and a photographer we re tennis tournament.Miss place in the' first match at porr $66,778 while Bill Casper Jr. at

The Reds' latest victory handed Going To Races hit by flying pieces of wood. Bartkowlrz, IS, had little Charlotte and second place at $59,090 and Gary Player at $:.0,.
the Phillies their third loss In ri difficulty eliminating Laurel lehigh Acres in the July 11 inter- 369 completed the first five.
NEW YORK (APAt an age of Milwaukee 6-0 6-0
tour Holgerson ,
games and ninth In the last Others on the list were Mason
SdbJth Anthor club march The
elate\ Fort
when most folks prefer a rock. : iai agei in the opening round Monday Myers
12. The Phillies, however, re.malned of the Minni, Rudolph $38,837; Mike Souchak,
Inc chair Sunny Jim Fltttlnu via T wa* Seven other seeded players' Including and Lehigh Acres teams also have
three percentage points mono will observe his 90th birth. :lloa San b, i. )i ii, urulicttci of Shawnee nine points each. $36,920; Ken Venturl $33,446! ;
ahead of the Patsy Rlppy ,
Giants, who now Juan Rodriguez, $35.1 )0 and
have lost six of their last eight. day Thursday by going to the 'n i h' thrNational -: Okla., also survived first round Darby shire. In citing plans for Tommy Jacobs $33,816. ;

Only one other game wasscheduled races. action this coming Saturday, said all
in the National I Baseball'Standin'gs. California led the parade Naples players will tee-ofl!
Recognized as one of theworld's "It's not that I really "
League In that, the Houston most famous horse among the seeded players with between 9 and 10 a.m., which ,,the cheat
golfer explained "it's
Colts whipped the Los Angeles trainers despite his retirement I five left in the running The only will give the visiting teams more >I that I play for my health, just and
third-seeded Becky
Dodgers 4.1, dropping the de. last year, Mr. Fltr will be luea.r outsider was time to get here. lie said both i the low score makes me feel
Vest of Jackson Miss.
fending world champions be. Qf honor at Monmouth Park in _.... the firs' and 10th tees will be I better."
low the .500 mark again Oceanport, N.J. JOANNE RUSSELL
L. Pct G.B.

sell triumphed, 6-1, 6-2. Phlla'phla 52 37 ,584 -
Jo Anne The Naples girl was awarded San Fran 54 39 .!l81 Sad Saga Of Bifocal Bill-

a handsome trophy for her vice Cincinnati 51 41 ,554 2Vi
IrTI11BIirLI, Wins Another tory. She hopes to pick up more Milwaukee 47 43 .522 5'/4'
awards in some Miami-area Pittsburgh: 45 42 ,517 8

at COLLIER COUNT*" MOTOR' SSet : Tennis TrophyJo weeks tournaments in the next few at.Chicago Los Louis Ahgeles 45 47 45 44 43 46 .516 500.495! 6 8 V4 Or, Have Club, Will DivotDIVOTS

Anne Russell of Naples won Jo Anne has been playing tennis Houston 42 52\ .447 121/!

her second tennis tournament in for about three years with New York 27 66 .290 27 BY DUFFER In this case, of course, the "lit.

S IE E R IN two weeks when she finished firstin Mr and Mrs. Arthur Russell Monday's Results "Bifocal Dill" is a struggling tie ball' is the golf ball, and the
girls' 10-and-under singles her parents, urging her along. Chicago 6, San Francisco 4 golfer trying to break the 001:87.ound "big one" is the earth.A .

( competition Sunday in the Holly- The parents are tennis bugs,too. Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 2 barrier on the golf course search for clubs which won't
wood Junior Open. Another big factor In her deve- Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 liter many years of trying.He t/ hit a "banana ball" has been
;:::, The previous weekend,she defeated lopment, the parents say has Only games Today's scheduled Games is a subscriber to many!! fruitless. The purchase of other
S A F E T..Y. golf magazines and reads each clubs, even special ones, has
Molly Finch of Orlandoin been the tutoring of Julius Les- Chicago at San Francisco, N carefully. has been of little or no help. Each
: article
the Tampa Bay Open finals. ser, city recreation director. JoAnne New York at Cincinnati, N lined with books on golf a she new set comes equipped with"whlffera"

Miss Russell's opponent In the is a frequent visitor( at the Pittsburgh at St. Louis, N ing the "Nine Bad Shots of Golf and "divot diggers"
final match Sunday again was city tennis courts, and takes full Philadelphia at Milwaukee, N all of which he executes lfal
Miss Finch, who fared no better advantage of the excellent facilities Houston at Los Angeles N He has sought professional SPLIT VISION

11tA1L than at Tampa. Miss Rus- there.t American League vice and has been told by a lot With his head in exactlythe
W. to take "the cure" right that is "wrong"
------- L. Pet G.B.pro fJ
: Baltimore "56 34 .622 'according to the helpful pro I f position Bill can peer through
: -- his bifocals and see two balls
; '. Chicago 55 34 ..6182 to "lay-off for two weeks, thequit ,
t ._ ... .;.... New York 53 34 .609 l',2 the game." little one and a big one. Hitting
I I : Minnesota It would be easier for "BU the big ball off the tee, then play.
m 10
47 45 Ii
'Mister' !- / I Detroit 46 46 .500 U focal" to quit smoking than give tog the little one into the hole
) ( up golf on the green (he also sees able
Los Angeles 47 48 .495 11'/i
t and a little hole on the
r Boston 45 49 .479 13
Set 'Camber,1 ? Cleveland 39 50 .438 16Vj DREAMY PLAYER has had a tendency to improve

..-,-- Recently, Blfocal's golfing true. Blfocal's game.
,. 1 ? v Washington 36 60 .375 23Kansas Nicklaus promptly started I
/' .,! it' 34 58 .370 23MondAY' partners encouraged him to take booming the ball again Bifocal
s.t toe.ln: :; ....:, i'i'Y City following advice of a
/ the pro's advice and give up the For
many consecutive
Ga nights
.'l >nes partner in one round, sipped
; T "'" Detroit 7, Boston 5 game This encouragement came now, Bifocil'i golf cart has beenparked a beer at the end of the first
.Adjust,4U\ .. .. 'j > : 1 _ r :.JIr': Chicago 9, Los Angeles 0 after Bifocal recorded II strokeson i at the foot of his bed. nine Result was he saw three
'' ; a par.3 hole! But Bifocal The No 1
;( wood
'r. ('\ '''' ' . Only games scheduledToday's stands in the balls on the next tee, and compU.
Linkup tn SfveritutX would't quit. corner of the room and the
i /, ,. . .: GamesWashington putter cated the game still further.
::1 He read where Pro Jack Mck.laus Is under his
.. : at New York, N pillow In each hand
I L.J. _
Tires N ,,,1l"' ;; ,. '"' ,_ .t"". '<, :, Kansas City at Minnesota, N dreamed that a collapse of he rhythmically squeezes a rub. Most discouraging for Bifocal
.. ) ...:;; his right hand was causing his ber ball was an article claiming there
% . ,t b ;J> : Detroit at Boston, N golf thinks nothing but "
. I.. . '( -1 Cleveland at Baltimore, 2, troubles off the tee. The famous gulf and drifts off to sleep . are 37 fundamentals" involvedin
Tack Front WhedBearin .. J. "" JI. ,. twl-nlght pro hurried to the practice teethe a dreamless sleep that doesn't a good drive off the tee,
:siy -" ,,'. '.''.,; Los Angeles at Chicago, 2, next morning so the story help I bit. whereas most experts claim a
to goes, and found the dream was man can think of only one thing
) ;:.. twUnlght. ANOTHER ROUTE at a time.

UoudTest, nr .. . .. / Bifocal |* now Interested in

l'' i1"' ? In Florida. '- Ii comic another strip approach.In the He"funnies"read a Bifocal BEACH!: puzzles MISPLACED over this one.

i- I -j': FLY NAPLES which portrayed a golfer 'Why do they build, sand trapson
who was .. a. golf courser The '
hypnotized to believe pros
9' 97 after swim beer is natural MIAMI he wan Sam Snead. It work. Jlalm a blast out of a trap is '
; $ a a ed, according to the com. xie of the easier golf shots, and \
. ,\; lc strip and the "make4>ellevt asks it look that way. Bifocal
11" New Year Round Daily Schedule Snead" doesnt it that way at all ,
look Ms lllnd
\' On a hut mummr J.i> t dip>| m a cool stream can l be wonderfully! fat financial partners to a and carry t \

.. rdrr+hiJ'Il' riiullrefreshing| whin xou're relaxing afterwards Naples To Miami dreams of a cleaning day when Bifocal He grudge against that early golf
ith fnciuU M a hearty: gUv 1'I L,,%r. Yhirc'a huLlIanorher can course architect who sand
w In- "ei" thought
;) 7145 A.M. J1-30: A.M. 3.45 PM.: en his partners, too, and I Iwtig is !
"J crate around that kuitilut; VIHI lit fur fun as much a> beer. to put winnings with ahypeotiM. traps would make golf a more

r "tI"J.I.A W' Camping' hiking! or |jaw lounging, a law n ctuir-U'cr brings to Miami' To NapUt! Interesting game .

mill ill( +t the nghr russet "<( wtra good, in,. 900 A.M. 215 PM. 500 P.M. Bifocal autism with each bad And thinking of that "final .

Servitt Ma'nejer Your fainilur j.'U-ji of li'f 11 alxi a I'kA'lIublc rcnunJcr that shot, and those wisecracks: "You round," Bifocal finds that a poor

l' .: we lit c in a land "1 (Hrsoiul" frcrJoiiiand. tint our right tll cnjutIwer Connection and RtMrvatlona to aiy point )II the wend are Moling. too COM to the ballaII.r memory of the number of strokes t

COLLIER COUTMOTORS l and ale if w c MI desire, n iiist Isle but an iniporrjnt one, "f NAPLES mon I ,. hit it" and "You get taken on a given hole helps the
f freedoms. AIRLINES true with yourtee" donut score, but it's: a tactic frowned
thoM ptrxMul ,
'. tt I*M a nt. upon by his partners, and 'Us
Naples Airport Coiwourt I Miami AlrpcrtMl
r INC BUt t rich that burns the aid St. Peter keeps a running
. In Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxation I-J4S4 NE 4"111 met \ U >IOU have to do core on all "backers," Judging

;:; ,' "" Ml ; @ UNITED STATES HREWLRS ASSOCHTION, L>Cr City Ticket offir. Mtplti Travel. Agtiwy 4 Cor- :, :' tl<- all ,in the big not M much who won or lost
T "" 1.
iwI .o.rx >.lImarwl\OQI". t-ill i 'uu,,ig the big one." but how we played tilt ..pme.Baseball .


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County *

CourtJack O.ieLViIIiife -

A. Williams and Thomas

i. mocker paid fines of $8C GAL

each on charges of no ealitdriver's NATURE

licenses after hear

Ing before Judge Richard M,
By Ann L.. -."' .' .....
,'anle> In County Coun yester- e

day.Joseph _
A. Pallo was give!
Whit wuld mer be wisP and river debris solution holesIn
an option of$35 or 35 days on I
out a lake without'a place i to limestone terrain and craters
of failure to have vehicle
under control. Frank C.. swim row, fish skIs] mediate,. in volcanic country are two

sketch sun, aquaplane, read,canoe more potential lake beds. In MIdMi/2-2107
i ollara paid a $25 fine on I a
Johnny Llnd- motorboat, play water polo this author's opinion the most
charge speeding.
and otherwise beautiful lake Is At
sail, dive was Man boGus. SSSSS.S
sey paid a tine of $25 on one S. . . .
away the cares of city and civilian temala. It lies In a huge! crater
worthless check charge and $50
life The encyclopedti over 1000 feel deep with a rRead the WantAd ]
on a second ba check charge..

':itenoe'was( withheld far a may call i lake' fa omi) .pfatfl. ,backdrop of mlghfy?( jvolcanoef.Kiany .
In depressionrth/ consider crater
water a people
period of five years pending tOln-

.pllance with court orders In the ground without direct communi, Lake as the loveliest.Regardless Announcements 14-H lp Wanted Male 56-Bldgs. Warehouses

cation with the seabut of size
everyone depth or
case Roy E. McGee chargedwith knows It's much more than formation lake Is destined PlAZA BEAUTY SALON Pot it ion Optnmg In Ettabliahad, Air Conditioned CommercialBuilding
depriving A warrant for every Mine Shop year round amploymant on trail near honpitel
that! to disappear. ThU happens less I Temiaml' Trail..ih41dwy Retail, Experiencepreferred ; too eq ft, rip..., sins 00
arrest was ordered against tM7t, : ....
but not necettary if monthly on long term MI
James Macaluso when he filled The Adirondacks are hard t< as a result of silting evaporation willing, to loam Age 11 to n 24111 After 1.00 P M, Ml I 277

beat for scenic lakes with their the lowering or disappearance Married Good Characterland 7/11 UWarehouse- - - .
to In court on a charge 2-Biktl
appear a ratume of your qualiticaliooe
borders of trim and firs, of Available, 40.J8.
of spruces water supply. It U a to Oilier County Newt I
depriving. Virgil McDowell, BO in Alt ;/i*,ti15SaUi fire proof and Hurricane proof
rock and mountalnbick- which I9b4 Honda 90 Prsct.caIIyCliv n. r *
charged with Improper change outcrops gradual process rarely equipped l'lhl.' Slop; Narbiik Corp Sot Ill?. Napleala I
Florida has her own man's lifetime Slick ii Ml J4I4I 7/t4t.wtf
drops yet takes place In one Inhlm, 4 apeed Ihill J.t
of lane requested i Jury trial.
Crchi Di Ml 7 Mil Wanted
4io' Help
The following did not ,appearIn winsome labs District despite or even In 10,000 years 7/17,61

flatness and humidity. There, but It happens. Lakes like : 57-Houtes For Sato
court and forfeited bonds as Experienced' d Car talatman Salary
Spanish moss drapery.glam oaks humans are born. They mature, Boats-Motor. Accts. pius Commitcon, Ion quail
follows Bethele L.
lied man Apply I in partonOULF SUMMER SPECIAL'
S / ; violation of restrictions $3S| and sparkling sand bottoms J Jeni produce fish and Weeds and Ice roAst MOTORS Snand ".... CS5 IIou'. 1 tare

,, _. illS ItS Ave South bedroomt, wall lo wall cloteltlurga .
- the "Equall
---- -- Donald W. McKntght speeding beauty to settings ) and give people good places to BOAT fOIt SALE 7last23Misc kitchen cuttom built

pretty are the lakes of north play. Then like humans they II' Lyiron .u bout 100 hn Birch, Cabmett large living
(NEA Telephoto $25)) John H. Lalley Improper Or.y,tnbo'" Live bat w.lI. room terrene floor. G E
driver's license $50 Jean Sad- west England southern Chile, grow old and die. C.t,.. UOO 00 h. Duk' Tuesee. For Sale ceiling, fieal Carport 4 Lund.
DOUBLE-DIP-One of Goy William W. Scranton's fiercest Transylvania in Hungary, MI 21U Sf1551. ica5.eg Olfrred by Own.
ler, disorderly conduct $35)) -- -- 1700 Trail T"ace. No S
least 'jdAT fOR
I supporters at seems to have plunked for party unity. Switzerland, Minnesota and northern tbrlis Seal Electric Witer heater 10 g.1 l lIon Napln, Phone Ml t 241.
Charles Ow.ns
Susan Scranton, 18-year-old daughter of the defeated GOP Johnson speeding $50| Russia to name a few, Clll ft JUII or Z UU /tat double pun tmk toilal' tinkand hIllS ,

candidate, appeared in San Francisco with not one, but two Lawrence A.Long speeding$301) Wenzel Becomes .jjMjfljvi laboratory' with leslurns FURNISHED HOUSE '

Goldwater buttons on her dress. Jerome Daniels, Illegal pos- Of 13-H.lp Want. FemaU MOVINO FOR SALE- 7 bedroom furmthed Eatt Na.
DEEP WATER New Manager 'I
Fine location nicoyard
_session of alligator hides J50| 4 bar tloolt. plat 16100 .

and Ray Barnes, no driver's U- The largest lake in the worldIs Colored girl, I to baky tit, and I .05''. >/l>.3lMutl City water MI _IJ7J4l _
Apothecary ShopRoy I tableS
the Caspian Sea(a misnomer),. do cleaning' I o>y% a wi.k mall: q
cense $50. and obstructing orop- Phone Ml, 2 Mil btfore I or ttudio couchei
This gigantic body of water Wenzel of $orrento Gardens 1'11.' I, "lIIf S ch..o, tall make offer 1 (ItI
Naples All-Star// posing justice $100. Ph.n. Ml I lUll bedroom I bath 'I ,00m.bIt It
Case st retches 795 miles between Rus formerly owner of the Imperial W.I'.., wanted (or tnack bar 7/IS 'IG IX Ave North termaMl
agalnstGeof.leP.Abowd.charged : nd lounte Mull bt II yr >MI 2.I4M er Ml" t Sill. 7/21,it l lY"Sodroam. IJ
sla and Iran All In all. It Bon It a E Roon A" Co"d.t.o".ro
with failure to yield Pharmacy at tit p ? */'t." E '0' double oven range fun"h.d Soul.

of was continued. covers 169,300 square miles Springs has purchased an inter- Kacoptioniat; with Ivpini ----m I; Both practically new Air Con Cr condlanon Meh.iin Ac00C ..
way which Is 31/2 times the Ing experience, Call or writ dilion.r 1100 00: Range lift DO nan Purly; Finley In.
roughly In
Senior/ LeaguersLose est In the Apothecary Shop Conditioned, Air Corp ItO lath MLVJl1. _____...lL.I.W! quIP, lilt frank Whlt".n M'I' /
size of New York State! At Its the Medical Building on Fourth I'.... North' Ml t U4>. 1/Si.bt Round Square garden ttonat. Z((4491 I/lift lb

deepest the Caspian hits 3,815 Avenue North George Atkinson All met a color. Can be
News From WANTrDIh. .
bought uparate er patio' ar..UTI'UTR''O..T
feet, but this Is nothing compared formerly sole owner of the business L.n.. 'n.ck Sue Must beI t'gned' and inttalled Phone for HOME

To VeniceVENICE to another Russian lake Bai announced today. Wenzel I" InquIre at ",n. Lanes.17l.tt ".. ..1'0'' STONCCRAPTSNOUSTRISI. I bdr t balht on walarlronlwith II
alice' 'I 5 575 1or dock A teawall, large
County RecordsCHANCERY kal. It takes honors as the deepest will be the manager of the shop COLLEGE QIRLualltid R.. MI 1 un S/StIR porch air conditioned, ttorm
) Life, Guard. T."",. 'In Move.T .
have di new
obtained both drape
the visitors their earth < aultert
-- The tournament, on Soundings Born and raised In Pittsburgh .
ilructor. any type eummer' em V. cable. newly renovated
hopes of Naples' Senior Llttli hits. Steve Steele led off by ripping DOCKETThe gone down to 5,413 feet more Pa., Wenzel Is a graduate 0'' .lie meet.of Seeking eummer, job. Call for remalnder Ml 26-Personal completely I. : P.. and aod ..It.ded .
enlra Itaturea
League all-star team were squelched a double to left-center and Bank of Naples vs 'RJ, than a mile of solid waters) Duquesne University In PittSburgh ', evil lana Oordon Drive. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS numaroua Many lo mention, Price. 1
Steele moved third when Carlos lake Is found "" 1.11 U., 0' wo".n w"ft lninkinprsbla'n. .
to A rather "
when peculiar
last night Venice pitcher and moved here five years "pRACTICAUY
Tanner d/b/a palm River MarIna Alk Ion .111 .1 call NEW.BHOOKSIOE .
Ron Johnson shut out Naples Alfonso singled to center with nobody (foreclosure., In southern Australia by the name ago from Avon Lake.Ohio.wherehe M-Help Wanted Male "I 'I S COSt VllIOnt CordaIlvweltrnvmd HOME 5 5a 'a

on two hits in a 2-0 Venice vic out. of George. It'. 4 cross between In the business for loP M.lngs ,II FjrstSplisl odr I bath, kitchen fully
Pearl L. Haley vs William was drug Job with a future raipon- Church A noose. 5,5SI equipped with range. refrigeralar UI
Johnson aided his own cause a pasture and a puddle. In dry Ilk,. young man Mutt knowa"eC p1 715 A cve.y Tu. and dithwether d.tpotal lol II
uniform/ years. ..
P. many .
Haley prlnep.I.
tory.The ? support. .ceounln. ,fl. e555, .1 I JO M3Servicel fully landacapad and eoddedBeautiful
winners thus won the District greatly at this point by picking James W.Moore vs AJ,Ayers seasons sheep graze over It Igru'sy Particular care, will be givento |. lvpe. ahould have aome. condition., I year old. .t
Steele off third base. After the bed while In wet times college a.penance, potition 'Immediately Price $11500' 10
9 Senior League champion as tax collector of Collier the filling of prescriptions, ava1labla; Call Ml Offered ND NtW..

ship and perhaps with it thi third baseman made the tag, he County Injunction and determination It makes a dandy boating ground Wenzel said pointing out that IU6I 1 E H, Marhoaler Jr, Co. BROOKSIDE HOME w

dropped the ball. Naplesplayersand IS 6 miles of waterl Tile and T ..., IIso.on1,110cc NEW d.'"'e 7 bdr I lull bath "'
right to compete In the stat of legality of tax as- by this Is the essential functionof ii 0 on lOt ft ol Waterfront with
tournament at Orlando. It was, managers pointed this out to sessment. The lake lying lowest In elevation an apothecary shop. PUBLIC NOTICI Mach,n..cruboa. Seawall, Landtctpatf O E and Range ted

not definitely known last night the umpire who ruled that the Elvis Townsend and Ruth (In fact It's the lowest --- -- ttnpplng Id.nl.1 lcd....co"m..I.1 I and frolith, OlIceMI ret dad Kitchen A het ditpotal Dro usa It qd..hwa.hV

whether Venice would have tc third baseman had possessionlong Townsend elevation on earth) Is the salty IN THE COUNTY' JUDOK't COURT 1"". R". 'I 0 4155Sli sods throughout tcreened houae in C a d
vs Harvey E. Oakes Ira large porch
compete In another district's enough. Dead Sea. Thli historic bodyof 5.74 Per Cent IN AND FOe FLORIDAIN with built' m planter Eitro
Jr., and Ethel Oakes ... fore cataineit, and many ,IlS.rdus.tam ,
tournament at St. Petersburg. abe Alfonso had moved to secondon closure. water begins 1,290 feet below PROBATE. 38-Autos For Set.nil ,..114.... Price 117,000 ttI

eligible for the trip Orlando the plckoff play and he triedto Helen K Watson John Or- sea level and Is 1300 feet deep Sales IncreaseBy I I. PEt E.I..f"No. 71I

next week. make third on a short passed vel Watson.. uniform vs Itself In spots. Winn-Dixie JOHN IWANOWJKID.....Ml. Cell Wynen.Buick, Special I JIOJ' ,, Can Alter be I ft.00 FIItSTFLOJUDAReal I

' In .tournament play. the teams ball. After dodging the short- support. As for the highest Lake TI- NOTICE' TO CREDITORS nanrerf 7/71 V I "

that don't hit don't win. Team! stop along the way Alfonso slid 'COMMON> LAW DOCKET tlcaca between Peru and Bolivia Wlnn-Dlxle Stores, Inc..operating Te HayIng All ClaIm Crodilort.f Otmindi and All P Aaie.Said .r.on. 1141 ThundorbirdHortftop, W 4. Estate Mni'tii

that the breaks do. Johnson into third and was called out. wins. Famous for Inca Indians 631 supermarkets In this I Calate: H. Power windawa., leata, Fat, "I
get Bank of Naples vs RJ. Tanner Southeast You see h.,, y notlflad and raJuirad tory air conditioning Low mileage MU Ninth SI No PIiMllSlCI
kept Naples batters off balance After this Inning Naples had llamas and balsa boats, area and throughout the lo praaant any clalma and tr'' 14194 after I PM or Mortal Home Ph Ml t M7I
d/b/a Palm River Marina.
with a good assortment of fast only one more base runner all .. It lies at 12.507 feet altitude.A recorded a 8.74 per cent rh'; which attala of you John may IwanowtM havaaialnat 4/71 PRIVATE SALK ,

balls and curves and had fine night. Jerry Davis walked with unpaid promissory note. very rare, flightless grebe Is Increase In sales during the four- tfacaaaad, 'lala thO: County Macomb judgaa County..1Cole. ; l loll Chevy 4 D, Sid Trant NO. BROKERS bedroom,
Michigan to Owner mutt tall three
control. The Venice team bene two away in the sixth but he found only on this one body) of week period ended June 27 ., County and fila the aamaIn Good tacond car Ml 11011I 7 Dim home In THE MOOR .,
fited from was left there. Johnson finished water I The volume totaled $66,505 duplicate' and .. provldad Inlactlon 7/I I II , INO.S Centrel h.aloda in
breaks getting single Florida '''Iut... InSole
7)1 It. Volktwtgon Station wagon conditioning. carpeting through
with a flourish striking out Felton Alvin Ricks Clewis- 155 compared to $62,893,410 for .ffl... In the County Court.
runs In the fifth and seventh Innings vary good condition. Sea out o cepl 1 bedroomt Com ,
the side In the seventh. That ton: and Penny Roman Naples. MOUTHFULLThe the corresponding period last houaa In Colllar, County Florida at Caribbean Gardens or Call plate kitcian; 'Including ditpotel
to the cheers of the oalandamontha from I
parti "within all Ml I lOll >/l IMt and dnhwather Nice, tcreened
san home-town crowd of 400., gave him a total of 10 strikeouts Ralph Alton Marlowe arid yboki lake with the longest name year an Increase of $3,611,745. tha lima of tha lira' will publication ba barrad haraof Freda delua 1961 Comet forlall porch peved driveway tedded
tha tama
for the game. Jo Bates, Naples. in the world is Chargoggagoggmanchuagmaugg -, For the 52-week period end- Datatf or at Miami., Florida. Ihn IllS 4 wheel drive' /.g. IJ7MOYill lawn phono Ml 14104 ."alter", ''I

ON THE! ROPES Johnson who faced only 23 bat- ', This ed June 27, alas were $871 day of Juno A IWANOWSKI P 1ts4I.AUIA ,""' Ft. 7/flit -5 i PM. I

Naples had Johnson on the ters In seven innings was given New CorporationSecretary means (in Massachusetts indian 792,266 compared to $831,322, A. EnacutrliFlrtt AdmlnltlratorAa North Bedroom' M".I..II I bath, -III look lit Ave end

) "You fish on 800, an Increase of $40,469.468 ., ISle notica anSI 44-Mobil. Homes make olSon week end or after
ropes in the second inning when air-tight fielding support by of State Tom Adams tongue your publication. I

teammates. In the fourth InnIng -. announced today the chartering side I ash on my side nobody' or 4.87 per cent.Gator 1 Jinn day M, of THOMPSON Juna I 9 MROIERT pm ----U.I..21. -

for example, Bruce, McCarthy '. of the following corporation: fish in middle" The lake Is .... Altornay l Inn, New Moon >0',IO' I bod room. } bath nice neigh' '
-- borhoed 'low
- Ave down
Otirlo .. I
Ml tiDIed .
in tereanad porch peymPM.
U. Of Miami Plans hit a hard line drive to, Benllco Inc. (B-83237) Post very old.having been formed durIng Coral Oablaa, '1.. nile' O rlnp. Anglara Paradise ; 1lSl allen 5Je

798 ills l Juno 14 UM Trailer, >/l,tot .:.....
the left side, but shortstop Rich' Office box Naples Fli.Col. the last Ice sheet about 15, Alley. RICHARD .. 'STANLEY' perk _

To Quit FIC After ard Blizzard was on the spot Her County) Auth. Stock: 106,000 000 years ago. It has 17 miles County JudfaBy HOMES BY STONE

This SeasonMIAMI and made the catch. Don Light, hares of com. at $1 I per share of shoreline and will be the site (Continued fioni pig 1) :'h Dorothy, T, Oaarlnf. 45-TrailefS For Rent Ills DOWN mavet qualified I

Cage ner came up later In the Inning filed July 13, 1964, dealing In of this year's national waters W was encouragedlo continue "full Juno 10. July 7. 14 il. IM4 #IH Treilor, II I week. with TV. one buyer available In NEW I to BR hurry.home, Only

CAP) The Unlver, and hit a liner that second base- real and personal property In. championships, Aug. 20-23 speed ahead." JUOOE'I COURT lit a week Sac.. It Park 0 week alto DOWN in per month
COUNT Creek ruler
city of Miami made plans toclaj' Cordon Struble speared corporators C.E. Carroll Lakes old glacial :IN THC COLLICR COUNTY, Rock burn 1 BR trade In home on
man Gertrude E. Wlchern Irene A. may occupy The county engineer present IN AND FOR IN PROBATE. />ll> Palmetto Ct olf Kelly Rd
to bulid Its basketball ached FLORIDA
UJ| basins, valleys and cirques or ed at theComml.alon meet- ofFABIAN INSPECT' our five, hornet now
all of Naples med by maps 'In tha matter of the aitata : I
Kopp ,
tile after the coming .1"011. 48-Apti. For Rent conttruclion, on illS Ave
COULD HAVE WON DC oarrtcaded up behind landslides -.. Ing this morning showing In col. C; MclNTOIH under
when It will drop out of th< G.E. Carroll, Balch Building Dacaaad" So between illS 4 OIlS Sit
Alfonso a 13-year-old who hat new beaches lava flows or the course Alligator Alley will NOTICE TO CREDITORS. APT FOR RENT priced from 114,KO to 114.110
Florida Intercollegiate Confer Naples. the county showing All creditor* of .the. ..,... of Faaian Nme I bedroom Apt Unfurmahed with good termt.MR .
take across
of Senior
enca. two more yean League C "Mclntoth d cc....d, areharaby .with tlovo r.lng Carport HANDY MAN If you can
well enoughto ---- also the rlghts-of-way acquired notified and required, 10 Ma, atoraroam Centrally I. do Yau00'S p"ton. elaclri
ahead pitched
FIG President Brady Cowell ball and parcels where appraisals any claima ar damanda which they calad neer aeanh |'t 00 per cat ns a.onnyer landtcapingietc ,
said Stetson Rollins and Florida win most games. He got fine made. ifcty It.va,5.r.I..,d ..t... 'In the month year round RandolphFuller 55.sonessa allowing
will have to be Commit dice; of the County Judge of Col.Her Realtor, Ml UMflf '. ouch' eomlt hoard your down
Southern were dropping out support afield until the fifth, Pros Get Most Of Credit sloners study the maps carefully County, Florida. in (he Court: >/ payment on a new homo,
of the FBI "because Miami H allowed Veniceto haute el NiplM. Florida within, aiainenthe .
when two errors and agreed with Turner that from the data of the ...I.bl.I"n lovely: eir conditioned" I efliciency WILLIAM P STONE INC
too big." score once and break the ml.ed .. , of the' notice, Each claimor N NaplM Suitable adult Builder
t special equipment will be n 10 Mo, veariy, Ml t 71ft I to I Tenth SI North' Ml 55150AllnnI.On
starts mutt be Inwnln5.ndAl 10
'As as the season demand .
l 2557 4/ltf
scoreless tie. by the appraiser to cover the the of ratidanceand er Ml ,
usttIIe place M. Cnat OnarAr
the rest of us begin playing foi With one out. Danny Jarvis For Stock Market Highs 48 parcels falling In this cate. post office cddreta of tha claim pea MObi'i5 Snr.pIacl
second place," Cowell said."Ml in| and must .. eworn to by the Efficiency Weekly or Month.In 10 mOp anchor If so' lull
tr grounded to third and the hurried -tory- JHim.nl. hie' agent or hit attorney, ._MI ?V1, i .7 ami wins the championship LAST HURDLE will become void Mcordinn la |70 110 1100 hane 'rand n.... fuliv
1 boIls
everything." throw to first was in the By SAM DAWSONAP Pros tend to look down their r.rIs Furs, I II.,,,,. apt. I II,,,.,). .condI'.d' "..,..d.f."I" .
tc din. Jarvis moved to second Turner reported sisothatwordhad July 1 IM ciea, TV, Air Cond 749 4th ream and double ......
The three schools hope Business News Analyst noses at oddlotterf as alwayswrong. BANK AvSe Ml,
been receive* that the Flor. THE FiRst NATIONAL 1414. on a I large tea walled 'lot >n
launch a new conference which when Bill Bailey's grounder to NEW YORK aPEmotlon Maybe they iaref' ''but Development Commission In IN FORT MVER ISCOROOM UN'URN4IHrO beautiful Royal Harbor Lovely '

will Include four.yeai short was booted Richard Rohl- ? What Is sending aren't without Influence on Ida By ALLAN L DICKER APT, GREEN ACRES MIr view down o wide anal Into
every or computers they session yesterday In Tallahassee At ..cator of the Ettate elF :lha Bay of Naplet All of
College In the state except Ml wing hit a two-out single to cen- the stock market averages up- stock price trend*-such aa the the: Bale of the $17 .),., C. MclMoth. daceitadJuly l'ltO tv _"It.'f Ills for only 121.000. with oellent ..
had approved
ami, Florida and Florida State. ter, and Jarvis scored just before hunches or cold calculations? summer rally now Intriguing million bonds finance construe IlL'}, !!,_Au4_ !" !JOI SABLE: SHORES APTS.Ml ; terms.Astot.aI.s. :
: i
and to try for NCAA recognl... Alfonso off the throw For two straight weeks all the watohers of the stock mar. r
cut lion of the highway With this 1//, THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT I44SInlthad Lucille Ottt Virgil' Marcum I,
tlon.Coach from the outfield and threw to three of the DowJones avor ket scene. last apparent hurdle cleared$ in. IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY Sally "Ud .nd A.... Ace Sob JaegerDEWEY

Bruce Hale laid the release third for the third afea-30 Industrials, 20 rill And pros are people, iod. The long struggle to build Allis FLORIDAIN PROBATE ibdnn't '.. f uro.ih.d or "n'... POLLYREALTY
to get Bailey the houte with, ......... on
from the obligation oC roads, IS utilities-have made Institutional Investors may the commissioners 'IN RE ESTATE OANSEk Call Andarton
Alley eelate
playing home.and.home game. out.Blizzard doubled off new highs. This Is the first time seem impersonal, but Individ gator advised Turner, to begin filing I. McSWAINDtcaatad private Ul: I lOIS I /*.. ;
with FIC teams will enable Ml. since It 29 that all three hive let uali make, the Investing aecl.slons. deeds already On'hand and those NOTICE' TO CREDITORS I 4 I badraom| apit FurmthadClote Corner of Ut Avo Uo. 4Tamiami

ami to begin Immediate nego the seventh, and took third on a records In any on. year. Right now lilt emotion or All ....'to.. of the etlate..,... aANSEL .,, lo tnoppmg |4| 4 |at p.rronlS Trail
to come I. McSWAIN lice Call C P Hernt et Ml I41M
tlatlone with major opponents passed ball. Bailey singled to Is It the economic outlook Is calculation that determines The filing of the deeds donated notified and required lo Mi, : Randolph Fuller 011.... Mla _

"We're going after ram. left to drive In the second and It political excitement pnd predictions Currently the force seems to until time sir claims or demand "rh.thl }949 "Ret' Ml tttla ,
has been delayed this II.v..I.is t laid ettate in > 58-lots For SaU
with Georgia Tech, Georgia, Alabama last run of the game. ? And who Is making be predominately bullish because of the fight against thehighway lice of 'ISo County Judge of CoIl'.;: / toll ,
stockholder the market saw 831 County, Florida I m the Courlhaute alNipiat I: TfiOOW. ,nd ApartmenttLovalv .
South Carolina Davidson Alfonso and his fielders kept this market-"the average Friday LOT FOR ALEBONITA :
ponlbll. 'urn
presenting$ Florida within to calendeimaitha ; Apt I bid "' SPRINGS
and Notre Dame," Hale Venice under control In five out or the pro.? hares advance and 432 decline. Ity that it might never become a Iran the dale of tha firti; mar b4ich. C. ah000nl Vaa'ly I 700 a ISO corner recently re-

said. "They knew we were goIng of seven Innings. Typical of Na- The professionals get most of The popular averages were even .pubi celion ef tll.. notica EactUa 1/ monthly' S 1041 5/2311 toned permitting retell tiorot,
reality. damand mult be in writ
to have to get out coon, s< the credit but what makes more Impressive. m or the ol, ". k. :; eta Priced at I4M4 00 for quick
ples' heads-up fielding was theway end mut< itate place : .::::. 'i.IIO.lioTi, tale Ownen; Mrt H. W Cochren -
they evidently decided to Jum, In which the third out was them tick? Many think that cal The record high set Friday by ret..ence claimant end Poet and mutt DICeI.Odren be Soon I 17)07 o. Ml Mill Midwoy 1 114*, or "Midway

the gun on us." culation Is the clue to the stock the Dow-Jones Industrials was ef Iii the claimant hit tganl or 5,., Igshidp ...c..n'. a lisa
Miami has a lO.year FtC basketball obtained In the third inning. Rohl- market behavior today even 851.35, compared with a UM low Woman Injured As to attorney Oi or it will become voidiccordinf .5'luJrOOin, Ne.. pels en ............ 'I

record of 86 vlctorlei wing singled to deep short with more than ever of 786.08. The rails advanced to la/./law ANIijA I.. caWAINr I 111/ or Ml 1 Hit ____. ,!t.l. 59-Acreag'

and 14 defeats. Hale said the two away, and a couple pitches The tradition I. that Insiders a record 220.98 aa even more Car Skids On Wet liOIe...ut,.of. of the '!.Vn"lMuia; ,' I living b.droom' room. apart kiUhM DUTREISlt Owner need*

Hurricanes probably would later catcher Jeff Johnson'squick with all the tips and prior impressive advance from the ANUL L McIWAIN. and bath Ml lMllltt moneyS It acre*. Ills total

schedule one game each season throw to first baseman knowledge coldly calculate how 1984 low of 17881. The Industrie Roadway, Jilts PoleMrs. Om.o..4Jul pr... Cell,., County Real 1:.. .

with FIC tUIDI.Jimmy Roger Mann had Rohlwlng pick- this or that stock or the marketIn ala, also fairly steadily climbing Little 14 at, as. 'H4 X301 49-Houiei For Rent "reI'tale Ml >MM Open Sunday I

ed off. general will react to any for* from the year's low of 117.30, Delphia Coker SeQUent FOR BIOS ON SALE '
Sable Ct. was "painfully"injured lurnttned hou e
seeable set of events.More reached a record 148.25. 3275 OF SURPLUS MOTOR ORAOER 2 wedroom TRAIL FRONTAGE''
Rohlwlng saw there was no has The climb of all three as a result of BJI a ci. Mot,ea M hereby liven thai the Ai;; ondmoner no.C Pail,Michigan Pentry Avenui Inqu SO ..,.. high 4 dry land, IHmMet
notion Friday
recently the
Lester back. so he tried to to Scud of County Commianonert of from courthou. MAN-
go afternoon Frank Whiteman Ml
way dent here late Monday 'lit
of the week be. will, receive ...Ied BECK. 4M Ave
that 4 ItS
that the big investors t duplicated Call ar County LOWE
Wins Decision second. With four Naples play- grown few well-heeled fore when they also set pewhighs. but will probably be able toleavi. Sat for the aala of the following L'lL-- __ ._ ---U1ZJS South. Ml 11221 f. lflwSOMlTNlIl'RENt
comparatively el 1)0
In the it Jew days accord. 'ace of eurnlue equipment I badroom nouto lurnithadCan
hemming runner the hospital a
ers ( I. IM4 at \N
Individuals, but even more the M Tuetdey, Aulus' MI lISTS '/> '
Over NiblettSAN was not too long before Rohl pension funds and other Institutions The general economy is boom. Ing to the attending physician. the rourihouve''II Modal 'MM" Cast Auetm Naplan'boo WetternMotr
FRANCISCO (AP- Un. wing was tagged out-by Johnson -'-do the cold reasoning and ing politics can Influence Indl. While driving easterly on the ,' O'odcr Sar cUDFMHeutC' "'and s/e-iao-I epic. Ifflclan.V .' a.' Ill.. Iron U 5- at.
of who had moved from tU unUsou. rldual traders $dU10n calls .d.' can be aeen eny week day .,.. Air Con Ml Sits Drive en IC ISIs sresrly OIlS I
tr .
defeated Jimmy Ulster 156, buy or sell more or lets In Tamlaml Trail as it approachesthe at the. County Rood Bam, Immohalee Aye South Ml 14741 or Ml your ,ois eon and sornoare IIagaiOil
San Francisco, won a unanimous catcher's post to Join In the fun. for a summer rally In stock Bay Bridge, Mrs Little's Florida Terma of tale will, be all I7 7/tl tf alt etberl Only IU

10-round decision Monday The Naples lineup had Alfonso But veteran. on Wall Street prices. All of these add up to car skidded on the elipperypavs. net Board eath reteryee to "..the....t ngtl bidder to, reject The don Information full .prIce $705.contacti Fe.,

night over Frank Niblett, 159 of and Johnson as batterymates,, warn against this easy view of cold calculation, as to the course ment and struck k concrete light any tnt all S'dn 50-Rooms For Rent 0. T. Jenee Cntorprtaoe. Ino.Midway .
OFCOUNtY I W... P. O. Bo.
Monterey, Calif., at Keiar Pavilion. with Mann Bruce McCarthy: the market. of Block prices. post, shearing It off. She was COMMISSIONERS I ; ; Man' i pie ,

Steele and Jerry Davis in the I They point out that there are But don't forget that other thrown out of th, car by the im. Collier County Florida, Mn"1Preaton; : Turtle, 3SS IOns 66-lnluranc.

It was Lttter'1 12th win, but infield. anclJim Srelnbach.UgIu- now estimated to be 17 million thlng-4he emotion whica can pact. "'ALl' Mag.ne* T Ocolt. Clerb r/ :...South. Naples' Ftp.'Teal. .

work in short as 01 the .
or more Americana gusts ( By R W Baatty.Deputy
Xlblttt was only the second nerandMUce M.cnaikkinths out- stocks each a potential buyeror day President Kennedy was Damage was estimated at $1, ClerbJuly lave Money Easy PtymeMPlan.
to last the distance five bits It. >H4 .214 . or SellS '141" "tomo -.
tighter Venice only --,
field. jot seller Moat of them may belong killed) or In lone C'cl..1n con. 000 to her 1>61 Falcon automo tat: -

against Mm.CtrtM off Mfonjo only two of them to the oddlottera the ones cot-ration it can t* Irresistible bile Officer J.P. Hayes made'' "" nose. juily Md a'e .Pach.a jAEERHI I lV U"'ANO."' ,
CALL THE NEWS FOR ion t in cOy .. Coon. "lh AMl '" N"'
walk for !
solid. The Naples piicher who trade In let than 100' nd maybe right maybe the Investigation the Maples RUBBER STAMPS t I< Cell Ml 14211 105, J',,l TtmI

P.IOI Tfce NEWS; ed three and struck out seven" shares at a time. wrong. Ioliee Department, ...


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Goldwater's Views On Key National IssuesWASHINGTON

will < ml n IMI "itlon Is avoiding the Intent enlarge the power and the purseof i done without going to war."
APf'ollow.tng "U I am your president, I
( 'if Congress that i foreign the federal government at the In Lebanon, N.H., on Feb. 19,
about this in
art the view of Sen. Barry do something more
Goldwater of Arltona, RepubtU ways than the law" <. aid ban "should be used to rate we are now enlarging both, ;he said a firm foreign policy lathe
choke oil free world trade with we will have to Institute a new i best Insurance of peace
can presidential' nominee, 01a He said he would use the pi <"> } 4Y
Cub." economic system-we will haveto "We're not afraid to risk war
variety of Issue, ai expressedin tip of the presidency to seek j" r
his books, Interviews, cam.>, end to discrimination 01 ill ky "People realize that sooner or adopt a form of U.S socialism because we know by doing this'
and sorts. .. '" later whether we tike it or not, within the next several presl. the chance are that we won't
jialgn speeches statements
other public remarks: "This is fundamentally a nut INk'' we''re going to have to et i Id of dentlal terms, and maybe soon have to go to war," he said
ter of the heart," Ooldwan < oimnnnism In Cuba or we're er than that." ''I don't think Johnson under.
AGRICULTURE"Most said in reply to an A.lOrlo.tpdp going to ha\ e a Communist Lat President Johnson, he said in stands the foreign policy of

of our farm ills have r... questionnaire on July)' "., in America," he said \in San ;Monterey, Calif., May 28, has Eisenhower," he said in San
been the product of government "We now have too much c1 v. ,) ',(""'" Diego March 20. "absolutel no regard for the Francisco on Feb. 12. "What his
pi"lce.flxlng," Goldwater said in ernment and too little undoi. ... In Lakeiwrt, Calif., on March value of the dollar. We are foreign policy Is doing Is Isolating .
Redding Calif., on May 25. standing In these matters; too I 18, Goldwater said action must :headed for about a $10.billlon the United State by bring.

He suggested Feb 12 in Port much mob and too little individual . .1h . s \ "'-"' ... -r d 4. i lie taken against Castro In con. deficit, Ing back troops, by bringing
federal ; ;' : "1L' .ert with other Hemisphere na. I would back bombers. We disarm.
land Ore., that the responsibility." "I, ... "As your president are
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government's only Involvementwith Announcing he would vote :"' 1' < ' 1f r. t a. lions and "If we don't do this devote more of m> Interest and InC unilaterally\ and this is .'er
farmer should be In a loan against the civil right bill, "' 1': '. 7A . t we ourselves will some day' i time to seeing to It that the talnly not in keeping with Elsen.

guarantee program similar to Goldwater said on the senate r:" '::1 ; tit I tt rise to repeat what we did In American dollar retains Its val. bower foreign policy"
that of the Federal Housing Ad.1 floor June 18; "I am unalterably ,tt' ; 189S.! ue." he said.Coldwater. Minneapolis. on Feb. 3,
ministration, to make money opposed to discrimination 01 ... A J ,I When Castro halted the water said in his April 14 Goldwater said, "If you get a
available when it really Is need 1 segregation on the basis of race, ii. ,i 1 supph to the Guantanamo Bar position paper "What we desperately Republican president you can
ed. color or creed; not only my)' V.! Naval Base, Goldwater, campaigning need are some clearly get foreign polio changes awfully .
"This Is the only place I see words, but more Importantlymy in Kingston, N.H., stated and clearly understood fast In my' case It would r,
now for the federal governmentto action have repeatedly de. : said priorities for national programs be changed to a policy not of
act directly with the farm. monstrated the sincerity of mi r.lf "I hope the President has the "We cannot do everything at belllgeranre\ but the same petit v
era," he said "You'll find that feeling in this regard." ounee to tell Canfro torn> that once and there are many things as under Eisenhower and Dulles
all of the crops that are kept at Goldwater said he would re. : water back on or we're going to t h federal government of brinkmanship and the properuse
a high unnatural price are giving .' luctantly vote against the bill tin II i It on ourselves turn It shouldn't be doing at all," he of our strength."
way to foreign competition." because the public accommoda. "Ir oi 01 the Marines will turn It on said
At Littleton, N.H., on Feb. 5, tlons and Fair Employment ic w i IOU and keep it on." "The budget can be balanced," GENERAL ELECTION

he said a federal withdrawal: Practices Commission sections v.' .lie repeated that position in he said In Chico, Calif., March Asked whether he can: beat
from farm subsidies could be "fly In the face of the Constltu.tlon L Angeles on May 27. "Had I 17, "and I'm convinced that I President Johnson, Goldwater
accomplished over a three.to and require for their execu. been the commanding officer of can balance" It without damageto replied at a Florida caucus at
five-year period. tlon the creation of a police th,' I base I probably would have am services in this ('olmtl').." the Republican National Con.
"The 30 per cent of our agrl. state" taken that action," he said "I ,'I 1 feel the cost of living in. vention on July 12s "I wouldn'tbe
culture now under the Presl. "I think I can safely say that believe t:i protecting the Amerl. crease has wiled| out a large in this thing if I thought I
dent' support program shouldbe I can run on a platform that can people first and then we'll pa it of the benefits to be gained\ was going to get I beaten. '

slowly withdrawn from it, so would contain the civil rights 1--........--..*'- _.--._ worn about what happens aft. from the tax 'tit that was On June 30, an Interviewer for
that at the end of a reasonable bill that passes Congress," wards.." passed just a few weeks ago" the German magazine Der Spie.
period of time the law of supply Goldwater said June 7 in Chest.er (NEA Telephoto) He said In Washington on Feb. he said in Paradise, Calif., on gel had asked him, "Do vonchance
and demand will determine the Pa., adding) "I can assure 9 he would favor the use of U.S. March 17.Goldwater. think you would. stand .1 i <
prices the farmers receive," you it won't be the one that is Sen. Barry Goldwater: The GOP Nominee warships to halt shipments into said in Wilton, to win over President! Johnson

Goldwater said Oct. 20, 1963. in before us now." Cuba-including such things as N.H., March 5 the United States 4 'If you ask that question as of
response to questions submittedby In San Diego on May 26, Gold. chlneiy is there to do It, and I I've been doing as an individual a quota system of hiring and I British buses and French pro. Is doing Its! best to encourage" now, and I always like to an.
The Associated Press water said he opposed the pub. think the rlticlsm I would aim American. I think that moral "you are going to lose tour ducts freer trade but "The trouble is sorer |H>litl< al questions as of
lie accommodations and fair at the attorcey generals we persuasion and the prestige of a right to select your employes." "Our allies' are leaving us to the rest of the world Isn't help. now, no, I don't think am lie.
CIV1LRlGHTSGoldwater employment sections of the civil have had Is that they haven't president can do more to solve In Chicago on Feb. 8 he said I do business with Cuba," he said. ing us. It might get to the point publican can as of now.
commenting on rights bill and "the mainstream used the machinery." this problem than law ever can. "I couldn't get enough of the, "The blockade that we have had where we have to lower quo. "1 don't think I'd be rash
July 12 on the Republican plat. of the Republican party in Con. In a campaign position paper "I don't want to see my coun. Negro vote to worry about whatI has not been successful because tas. enough to say I could beat John
form plank on civil rights, declared gress feels either they have to Issued April 14, Goldwater said try destroyed, the Constitution did on any legislation. I regret they are still in business down son In the South as of now but
that as president he go or to be modified "We must always make a destroyed, In a vain .t tempt to that." there." EDUCATION come Election Day there's
would enforce the new law and "If they'd take Title 7 out altogether sharp/ distinction between civil solve a problem that can only But Goldwater said during his Goldwater said In his April 14 going to be another horse race
added: and make Title 2 what rights guaranteed under the be solved in the hearts of men," CUBA New Hampshire campaign that campaign position paper "I
"I don't think either party it was originally meant to be- Constitution and those rights of he Said "We must Impose, again, an, the United States must take have consistently opposed federal .
should try at this time to go be. the traditional right of the association that are basically At Bristol I, N.H. on Feb 19, effective economic military much of the blame. He pointedto aid to elementary and sec. INCOMETXX
yond the present bill, which is states-then I would go for the moral Issues and cannot be resolved he said "I can't vote for the civ. blockade on Cuba. We must en. the example set by the VJS. ondary schools as unnecessaryand In Ms April position" iuper
the law." bill. by passing unenforceable 11 rights bill with either one of force our restrictions and levy wheat deal with the Soviet Union unwise Nevertheless, I Goldwater said, 1 share the

Talking of his opposition to "Although frankly," he said, federal laws" these sections In it." lie was referring penalties against shipping which have advocated that an)' such opinion with virtually every oth.
the measure constitutional '.. think it's like a $3 bill, its a He said the right to vote, to to the public accommodation attempts to trade with both the aid-should Congress ever au. er American that our presenttax
grounds, Goldwater said "It's phoney. There's only one good equal treatment before the law, and fair employment United States and Cuba. We DEFENSE thome It-must In fairness be burden Is onerous, often In.
up to the Supreme Court to decide .> section, the school integration to hold property and to the pro. practices provisions must have an equally effective "Basic strategic concepts for made available to all schools equitable But and in need of refot m.
whether I was right orwrong. section, the rest we already Section of contracts are ,uaran. "Now if a state wants to pass blockade against the export of the security of this nation de. public, private or parochial"" abolition Is the answer to I
." have In law." teed by the Constitution. either one of these it M their agitators and arms from Cuba," manded drastic reassessmentwith Goldwater said he favors tax
He said a president promises: "As your president," he said In San Francisco on March 31, prerogative," he said. "I would Goldwater said July 5. the advent of the age of credits for school taxes and for "As president' one of my first
to uphold all the laws and "U I May 25 In Oakland, Calif., "I Goldwater said resist it In my own state/ "A tight blockade around space and missiles. This nation taxpayers supporting college ,priority tasks would I be to set I
didn't believe I could do it I'd would immediately seek to re. "I'll stack my civil rights rec. Goldwater later was quoted as Cuba would heavily undermine cannot survive, In this new era students. cure a complete overhaul of our
withdraw from the race right store civil order so that our dls. ord with any white man in this endorsing In a letter a public Castro' power, put an unacceptably without mastery of the uses of present federal tax < ode, so that
country. I've done something high the space and heavy reliance on we might quickly achieve the
now. cusslon of civil rights could pro. accommodations ordinance for price on So. EXTREMISM"I
On July 10, Goldwater told the ceed with open hearts and about It."We his home town of Phoenix vlet aid which Is propping up missile systems as against a would remind you that ex. j due reforms" which are so long over.
Republican platform committeehe minds" never write off votes," On Feb. 19 in Hanover, N.H., his police state, and enable the mixed force-missiles, manned ,tremlsm in the defense of lIber. "
would not as president seek Explaining a shift In views he he said, "but I look at it In a he said he thinks civil rights can people of Cuba themselves aircraft, and naval vessels of all (ty Is no vice. And let me remind pe I'suna 11 y, I don't believe In
repeal of the civil right law made about 18 months earlier realistic way. In the large cities become a reality in the South those inside the country, togeth.er types" Goldwater said July 5. ,you also that moderation in the a graduated "tax, I know wecan't
"No," he said, "that's not In my after consulting with legal ad. the Negro vote has been about without legislation "Where it with an exile army-to live ''1 have raised and will con. pursuit j of justice is no virtue," (boro drop It, he said\ in mils

opinion the duty of a president visors, Goldwater said In a tele. 80 per cent Democratic In na. can be speeded up by federal under freedom once more. Im. tlnue to raise until all the facts -from acceptance speech July (uated, tax N.I I.Is, on a Jan. 22, "A grad..
"Even though I voted with the vision Interview May 241 tional elections, action would be in the schools," mediate UA recognition of a are in, fundamental questions 16. /penalty on ambl.tlon.
minority I stand with the major.' "At one time I felt that It was '1 think If any Negro read my he said Cuban government In-exlle about the reliability of our Inter. Goldwater said in Sacramen.to .
ity Improper for the federal gov. record he'd fine a better friend 1 Goldwater said in Globe, would be the indispensable first continental ballistic missiles. It Calif., on March 17 people In Concord N.H., on Jan 7,
"I still feel that two of the tl. in Goldwater said in De. Arm is not a question of theoretical Goldwater said an overhaul of
1 ernment to Intervene in a local me, ., on Feb. 14 the public accommodatlons step toward Cuban self llbera. who make extremism a am.
ties unconstitutional and trait March 23. accurac. The fact is that not the tax code. would make l joss I.
on Such
are school system as far as Integra. section "would tlon. a government could palgn issue have "no business
the Supreme Court will deter.< tlon goes Goldwater said in Stockton force you to admit a drunk or a ask for every form of U.S. and one of our advanced ICBM's has running for the presidency" ble a rate reduction of 10 to 12
mine that he said. Calif. on March 18; ''I don't be. ever been subjected to a full per cent in pt'rsolliililicome tax.es .
"I believe now that this Is murderer or an Insane person Organization of American States His remarks were aimed at
Goldwater added; possible, and t believe the ma. lleve this problem can be solved 1 Into your place of business" lie support_nd ought to receiveit. test of all component systems, New York Gov. Nelson A, Roc'k. and taxes.about 30 per cent In >con
., by law" As president, he said,> said that the fair employment ." including\ warheads-under slm. efeller his rival In the Callfornla poratu

II 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuenday, July 21, 1964 '1 would continue doing what; section of the bill would lead to Goldwater also said the ad. ulated"If we battle place conditions over.reliance" on primary Goldwater called said On, Dec"Get 2 rid, 1961 of, the Goldwater whole"
the Issue one of "small minds"that
missiles rather than a mixed ar. graduated income tax."
disregard the real
renal, our only reactions to un. lems facing the nation In hU book "The Consc'tern'e
Soviet would of a Conservative published
acceptable probes ,
"All I ran say Is that I will
have to be submission-or all.out III 19GO he said, "Governmenthas
take the Support of any American
nuclear war I want to avoid a right to claim an equal
who Is not a Communist,
the necessity of nuclear war... percentage of each man's
who has not advocated the viol.
"In defense matters are wl'oIl11lnll no more,"
Inflexible if have only one ent overthrow our government In his ampalgn position
you paron |
and the Birch
Stop at this sign major weapons system at your like the Americans for Demo. labor Goldwater said, "to
disposal" he said. cratlc Action, extremists on the achieve Industrial i tease, we
must maintain halan-e
He also lodged again a long left, are operating, In my opln. among
standing complaint against Sec. ion, under their constitutional rights of employes employ.
$ retary of Defense Robert S. Mc. rights," he said In San Francis. era and the public Our ioniern
Namarat for the Individual employe, must

and "This administration has de. CO."I seek the support of no ex. always be ruramount..
save on pended too heavily and too ex. tivmtst groups of the left or "lie should be protected, from

cluslvely on untrained civilian right," he said In Fresno, Calif., abuse and exploitation-whether
1 officials, while tending to down. such abuse or exploitation stems
; grade the advice of skilled and FOREIGN AID from actions of his employer. or
%\ r TA from the the ac tlons of union of.
\ dedicated career members of "I am for a sound foreign aid
the military." :program," he said in a June tic lals," he said.

vacation In Detroit on March 25, he ac. reissue of his campaign position In Hillshorn Nil, on Jan. 22,
cased McNamara of "ledger sheet leadership leading to a i tary aid and technical assist. legislation "Personally\ I think
deterrent gap in the next de. ance. very favorably or It. I don't
cade." "Soundly based economic think any Amerlc an should he

In Oceanside, Calif., on March loans, granted according to forced to belong to anything In
20, Goldwater protested a U.S. clear criteria, can also be a order to make a living."
expensesBe Soviet bomber burning deal to good Investment for free world "Why ," he asked In Klnston,
destroy B47s if the Russians security," he said. N.C., on Jan. 17, "should a man
burned badgers bombers. "Foreign military aid and be forced to join a labor union,
"We'll still have our missiles technical assistance are valua. because !SO.l |her cent, of his fel.

and they'll have theirs," he ble adjuncts to our over.all pro. low workers say they want to

said, "and I think theirs are a gram of mutual security-the join. .
little more reliable than ours. former to protect our friends ''I wonder If Industrywide

"I make the Hat charge that against Communist aggression, bargaining shouldn't be looked
Secretary McNamara and the and the latter to help free na. into," he added.MEDICAL .

State Department are engagedin tlons free themselves," Gold.
unilateral disarmament at water said In an April 14 post
a Tin! s ivtit, you can save on vacation expenses the expense of peace and at the lion paper. "But, as it Is pres. Goldwater CARE medical
when you stop (t the yellow and blue GGG SignG expense of freedom." ently conceived and admlnls.I opposes
care for the aged flnan('ed
f"iden It identifies the service stations, motels, restaurants and other McNamara, Goldwater said I tered, foreign economic aid through Social Security He
businesses participating in the Golden Gate Guest program Jan. 23, "has probably saved raises serious questions. would mean socialized medi.saysit
ar exutmg new way to i increase your vacation pleasure the country more money and "Our aid will be truly effective cine, and would push the Social
G I d Gate G G Guest without 'increasing I your vacation budget. Golden Gate Estates cost It more morale than anysecretary only If those we help have Security tax so high as to en.
pays part of your vacation expenses, so you can discover in the past." the desire and the will to be. danger that system,
Flc' ,la''s magnificent. Gulf Coast for yourself and learn of its The senator laid in Franklin, come self-supporting," he said. "The Social: Security system
opportunities. for and .round Goldwater also said "U.S. as.
many vacationing year living N.H., on Feb. 20 if he were pres. is not the way to do It effective.
ident he would fire McNamara. slstance to Communist.ruled nations 1 ly. One sure way to wreck the
has not helped foster any Social Security system would be
I t significant Independence from to saddle it with
.cJ unnressary
\ \\ ( : DJ seek Soviet domination. new burdens, such as medicare
We Republicans, Igov.
"I don't think with the temper
I : ; 4 In. We penalize every aged Itlzenif \
; ernment that attends to its
\ r0\ .. : ]1 ) of main. of Congress being what it is that we thus bankrupt the system
\ i. I ; herent responsibilities 1 the life of foreign economic aid
timing a stable monetary and which protects them," he told
\ i \L' / .. iJi fiscal climate-encouraging a has much longer to go, 14 he said The Assoi fated Press on July S.
\ .. in Globe, Ariz., on Feb.
.. ... -. ..... free and competitive economy, dollars He said on Oil 20, 1963
iI' j ;,-. .. "Instead of pumping
jI : and enforcing Uw and order,"- I would "Health rare for the aged Is al.
into these countries
STAMPS FREEFLORIDAORANGESFiorida.no from acceptance speech July 16. ready provided for by the Kerr1 .
I FREE TRADING AS a Golden. Gat, u 'st< pump in education and know.1
Mills bill
and you'll receive l.OllL1 I trading stamps abtoliit''! tree oranges go together That s why *e In a position paper Issued late how. That's what a foreign aid grams. In this by whole private pro.
June field of
in Goldwater said h
up I ..there' nothing to buy, no strings attJrttK"1 pas are pleased to provide a large sack of would art to hold down federal*1 program should be," he said health I would favor tax creditor

( to of all you can select from se\.e'a'' natioi' s fresh tree ripened oranges. with< our spending "b\ setting priorities... Feb 10 in Thatcher,Ariz. tax deduction for any monies

) tributed brand.name stamps compliments to each GGS family clearly stated and clearly un. FOREIGN POLICY paid for the purpose of taking
cierstool." Goldwater said l IP Dallas on, care of the aged."

To hold down the federal June 15 lack of foreign policy Goldwater who voted against
budget he said, local govern and a "weak-kneed foreign, the Kerr.MUls bill, now says he
THAT'S NOT ALL for the most exciting .?_ _5. STOP AT THE YELLOW AND BLUEroT'
BUT You're in manta should be taking on more polio y "are leading us Into, thinks this U as tar as the gov.
.acation bonus under the Florida sun as a Golden Gate Guest. GOO SIGN FOR DETAILS . responsibilities in meeting World War in as surely as wewere ernment should rooNomination
including- Free fishing, with bait and tackle at the 1,000 ft. t.:: clearly established needs. led into Wnrld War n by

fig Naples fishing pier I guided auto tour of modern, pit' :: : "I'i nan renewal and welfare de same kind of stupid ineptltude. News

turesqua Naples and a fast sating. airplane, ride over Naplesthe r. BE A Golden Gate Guest ..rvl'lI are two prime exam. The first time in the
pies 01 what I mean he said In Los 27 he history
Gulf' of Mexico and Golden Gate Estates There are many Angeles on May of the United
'- "At the opioslt! !' end of the scale said: 'The greatest way w. can States that new
for at the GGG H" Jlt. i ,
waiting you [ : aGULF AMERICAN LAND CORPORATION of a presidential
more nomination
a\ -oi necessary federal responsl.billtlts help the free world would be to
Center, U.S. 41 and State Road 951 |Just east of Nap> i' Iron, was sent to Washington D.C.
aAeg COU.L ANII GOLDIN UTI IITATII.I. -are the needs of de. help the people behind the
tense and national security." Curtail assert their (free will. by telegraph was on May 29.
ALT >964 6CM4, AGUO''' + leo In UlUs, Tex.. June 1% Gold. Before I'm a< used of being a, 1844. when James, Polk was

water said "If we continue to warmonger I say this can be, the Democratic nominee.


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