Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00210
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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 22, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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tllft I.1 Hunt Source Of Funds For Rallies- aS'

Hopes Of Mankind \1"111" .

"" -. FBI Red Link
Ride With Ranger 7 -" Probing

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PASADENA Calif. (AP- ready assembled and work has y T With Harlem's TerrorNEW

Ranger 7 will l carry more than begun on Ranger 9." I 4 4v

cameras when It Is launched at All day Thursday some 300
the moon next week: On It will scientists and engineers here

be riding the hopes and perhapsthe will go through a full-dress simulation YORK (.\P)-The FBI Acting Mayor Paul R, Sere i street rallies and for some ol I getting reports of looting
future of the men who made of the flight In the la Is probing possible Communist v one said the Harlem disorders I t the "vr\ lnfUnimitor\antl.. I throughout: the section.

It boratory's new $14.6.mllllon Influence in the < It).'. racial vlo. h ad been Incited In part b> tmeilcan..and. seditious state About 24 Negroes were taken
After Ranger t hit the moon tracking center which will con. lence, which continued through.,'fringe' groups, Including the iients.i I I into custody

last February but failed for the trol the spacecraft after launch. out the night In Brookhn's N*. Communist: part}'." The Fill Investigation; began A police sergeant said Sumner

fourth straight time to return Working with them In the 12. fro section and resulted In the He suggested that the FBI <>n orders from President John. Avenue was "all tornup" withIn

close.up pictures of the lunar hour drill as they did in a slml. critical wounding of two N*. a gents might investigate the i ion, I any store widows broken.

surface scientists at Its Jet lar rehearsal Monday will be s+ra [roes by police. s ource of monefoi tome The Dull News said well.nn.tensed Small crowds gathered at
Propulsion Laboratory birth. 500 technicians at tracking stations I professional agitators, I stores where burglar alarm
place came under severe crltu around the world plus an. I representing the extreme right I rang In the night. They cursed

clam Irom the parent UJS. space other 100 at Cape Kennedy. as well as the extreme left, I police whenever patrolmen ap.
and In Congress.JPL .
agency since thenhave What will happen L:, despiteall M were calling the tune In the vlo. I Ilenl" >e red.
operations 7 falls Tie<< News said
precautions, Ranger
been overhauled and Ran. (Continued on page
to send back pictures scientists "In an unholy alliance, one
7 has been subjected to minutely
get need to select a site for manned high sour e disclosed, both the 2)I
detailed tests.
Apollo moonship landings later Commies and extreme Southern
Result JPL chief William I
: It 150.50 In this decade? right-wingers have been su|>. Arho
Pickering gives porting the Black Muslims be.
chance compared with the 1-ln. That's anybody's guess but
cause: the are the most violent
4 chance given Ranger 8. NASA has ordered a new deputy muscle unit,"
director, retired Air Force MaJ.
The said the Mu.
GOOD CHANCE Gen. Alvin R. Luedecke, to newspaper
Urns 'twve .
bragged of rerelv.ng
come here next month, report.
''We are more confident about money from a Texas mil.
idly as a condition for renewal
Ranger 7-we give It one chanceIn next December of its contract (NEA Telephoto) lonalre," but did not I Identify

two-because we have one with the laboratory. FUNERAL GUARDED-A helmeted policeman watches as ilm. By THE ASSOCIATED PRE83
more shot behind us and some the body of James Powell is removed from a Harlem funeral

changes have been made to Im. Industry sources here expect home for burial. The death of this 15-year-old boy by a RELATIVELY QUIET LONDON (AP)-Britain I*
prove the reliability of the Luedrrke to be ruthless if Ran. policeman touched off the weekend riots in New York.Sheriff's f withdrawing some of the 2,000
7 falls. Meanwhile, Harlem, whet
In t
craft. Pickering said an ex.elusive ter '
It sent to
- troops Aden last Mayto
Interview."I : toting started Saturday night
stamp out tribal uprisings
believe the National Aeronautics -, following I protest rallies over
threatening the Federation of
and Space Admlnlstra. Request OKd the fatal shooting of a Negro South Arabia.
boy by an off-duty police offlcir .
ion Is now convinced that this The Defense Ministry an.
Is complex and difficult Job was relatively quiet Tues.
flounced Tuesday night that
but that we will be able to get day night.In British forces had reached their
No There-- .
A Nod Here A Brooklyn's Bedford.Stuyve.lant
pictures of the moon from at Immediate objectives In the
section, police fired at
least one of the next three luster of sheikhdoms encircling(
ooters. Dozen of store windows
Aden. Th ministry said the
Whether Ranger 7 succeeds or were broken
First Battalion of the King's
not, Pickering said, there will About two dozen wrsotis( were Own Scottish Borderers would I

be no more launchingthis year Commission On The BudgetThe arrested. return to Britain by August.
due to other commitments at Mayor: Robert F, Wagner cut Britain began bolstering Its

the Atlantic range. short European vacation be. Aden garrison May 1 when the

"But we fully expect to fly County Commission sitting In contrast to previous years hook up with the Sheriffs De.partm.nt.comml..1on.rs t cause: of the violence. South Arabian government
two more Rangers early next Wagner said 'he would took asked lor help against the
as a Board of Equalization yes. when discussion over the sher.IfPs agreed!
year" he said. "Ranger 8 Is a). into the report of Communist In. tribesmen charging that they
Into been of
terday afternoon bumped no budget has necessary that services Stanley as COllletJ ,
problems at all-.no tax objectors ,It was approved yesterday witha coroner could be speeded witha luence. He said he did nut be. were being aided by the Yemen

Appeared. But It was a differ.ant minimum of discussion. Rogers radio hookup. The Item amount.ed lev1 ,(fdral troops or the Na. "republican,j-egtntijywiifr/ the Unit.., .
(' Report Threats story when attention turnedto sal'the: budget was In order and to about $1,000 t tonal \Uuard order Would be needed to 'id Arab Republic,

the 196445 county budget. Justin able. The library request for a levy i re serve -
Against Barry Problems popped up at every Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry ask. of :344 of a mill was turned down Police reported a number A
the burglaries In Harlem the RANGOON Burma ( PBurma's )-
ed for $264,233 or $28,898 more and left at the 1-8 mill rate. Cell/rlill
Tex. (AP)-Two turn.County big Negro neighborhood In Man. Communist reb. i;
Assessor Sam Coldlng than last year. This! represent In other departmental budget
hattan. A few shots were fired .1 factions have agreed to forman '
threats against the lire of Sen.
was present for the early after td a reduction of $3,692 from studies, action on the Health Department .
to disperse unruly alliance. in the fare of heavy
Goldwater the Republl. by police
Barry noon session on tax assessmentsand the original budget Hendry pre.sented document was delayedfor
can presidential nominee, were In.. atherlngs But there were no mauling by government troops, i:
observed the absence of any the first of July. He cuta a week for additional
reported here Tuesday.A objectors but asked the board to $1,000 entry caning for JunIor for matlon. The department bud. -- large crowds, demonstration or reports retching Rangoon said

switchboard operator at an sit again on August 4. Commit Deputy equipment and reduced get called for $76,712 up about (NEA Telephoto) anything like the weekend riot. today. ,
automobile dealership said she ins In which one man was killed Elements of the Karen rebels,
stoners agreed and set the hourat bookkeeping and civil depu.ty over last
$11,000 year.
received the calls Tuesday RIOT VICTIM-.police assist show girl Carolyn Fawcett after and more than 100 Injured. one of the five major Insurrec.

morning The second came as Recessing 1:30 p.m on the that Board date.of Equal expenses.Th In the sheriff's ASKS PAY BOAST the and her escort, Jack Lambert, were attacked by a Harlem In Brooklyn the trouble start..d lonlsts groups In Burma, al.
big Jump Most of the asked for Increase mob at the of the became involved
police were being told of the canon the Commissioners then will to salaries height rioting They after a Black Nationalist ready have aligned themselves
first. budget go pay would go to pay higher salariesto when they stopped their car for a red light street rally that drew about 500 with' the Communists
turned to the task of preparing for deputies, whose pay raises
Dallas Police Chief Jesse Cur. departmental workers. Dr. egroes. Firecrackers exploded Press reports said the Red
the 1964.63 budget with the as. were set to conform to salaries
ry said he had alerted Washing slstance of Accountant Walter of the State Highway Patrol. Next Clyde Brothers director, put In i the crowd and many peopl..catt.red Plug or Trotskylt Commu.
ton to the calls In for a salary increase of about In panic. nib, and the Whit flag, or
D.C. police
Rogers, budget consultant. rear, Hendry said, the budget
figure' for salaries will be unl. $100 per month above his present 4 Found Guilty More than 200 police moved into 'eklng-leanlng Communists,
form with raises In other $12,000 per year salary. He ask. i quell the disturbance. They made a deal that would unit
1 departments pay and the ww a" tnf ui fha. M"&(* mrlt merit cvctAm JBIVIII JJBJT fired more than ISO shots In the their combined guerrilla follow.

Increase county will be small In com.parl.on scale for county health directors.Commissioners air Bottles were thrown. Store Ine or 3,000.ALICANTE.

to this year's need. agree that If Ma work appeared as directorhas to In Blast Attemptgeneral were windows ordered were to broken.skip the Subway Frank. Spain

been satisfactory then ha i* lIn and Nostrand street for !: (AP)-
Commissioners approved Five fishermen who were saved
entitled to the Mats pay scale!! .
of the Justice of Peace,, ; a Urn. from the
budgets and but no action was -e'--' MIAMI (AP) Four men The Jury found John Wesley The crowd brake up after an sea after floating In t
0 Veterans' Service with little, dls.cusslon. Another point of discussion learned today they were con. Davis, 28, of St. Lucle, and Jo. hour or two and police began febelts for 17 hours said they

the County. Judge Judge Richard M. StanIcy centered around the request of vlcted of an attempt to dynamite seph Leo Vedder, 33, of Miami,, vessel accidentally: sank their fishing
{ Dr. Brothers for pay at the rate a Florida East Coast Railway guilty of conspiracy attempting| .
asked for and received per. of 10 cents per mile when sanl\ train last March near Vr< to place explosives on a rail When motor trouble developedat
mission to Install a car radio to tartans used personal cars In conduct Beach. road track and placing them, City Weighs sea, they fired a distress ;

1 of county business It appear. A verdict sealed since a U. S, there. rocket Th rocket: misfired and

ed the board leaned toward operation District Court Jury reached It Hugh Wlnn, 83, and John Kit.slkos .,J tore a hoi in the aid of the

Cypress Center of county owned cars and not) Tuesday night, was opened by 40, of Miami I were con. boat. The five were picked up
personally owned vehicles.Commissioners Judge Emett Choat and read vlcted: of trying to i place> explo Appeal In by other fishing vessels.

Drawing Many will meet to the defendants, all striking Ives oti the track. They wr ae. j

again next Tuesday July 28, for employees of the railroad. quitted of the other two count ROME (AP>-IUIy'a long ...
another budget study session. It Tie verdict was reached after ties of newspaper strikes ended

Local Children appears at this stage of the bud. five hours, 20 minutes by a Jury Conboy Suit Tuesday night: with the signingof :
get preparation that theComml Burns Says lie's which retired after seven day a new two-year contract for i

r. ; Big Cypress Center has had avery lion will need Just over $1 nil." of testimony. The government's non.edltorlal workers.The .

p successful summer so far, lion to conduct county business Not Committed ToParty's witness was Flojd Becker, who City Council will decide! at contract provide a gen.
Judging from Its most recent at. during the next fiscal year. With testified he became Involved t In Its August S meeting whether to eral 12 per rent wage boost over
tendance report which shows the assessed valuation of the PlatformMIAMI the tMln.wrecklng r>l"t at the Join| other defendant In appeal the next two year. Agreementcame
t tr about 900 children In the last 41,4 county up about $10 million over request ol the FBI and provided Ing Circuit Judge Archie o>V>m's two days after the end of
weeks. last year commissioners are AP Mayor Robtrt Information on the plot's prog.rs lecl'ton last week which Invall. a walkout that closed most

Its program held In conjunct hoping to keep the mlllag in. King High has called Mayor Th defense presented no dated the City's "submerged. Italian paper for four day.
ale Haydon Burns "a part timeDemocrat"
less than half mill. land"' ordinances
tlon with the schools and city crease to one witnesses. !!
recreation has em.phasUed for Burns, report. Counsel for Vedder and Dsvl City Manager Vince Wood said
ed statement that h* has no com. said an apical would be taken.Vedder this; morning that consideration
nature In all Its
aspects.The Please Negro OpposingJohn
Center's weekly activities Stop Mailing, mltment to endorse or supportthe and Davis could bepunished 'of) an apfwAl will be a Council
Democratic Party's national with fine agenda Item at the next meeting.
have AP-The $30,000 McCormackFor
.. presented ecology,reptiles, WASHINGTON ( platform.
birds life and cookout.To overwhelming 25 years Imprisonment. Maul The manager's announcement
pond a House has given Burns was the
quoted by Tampa
mum penalties for the other two 'came: after lengthy Conference Re-Election
augment the regular pro. approval to a bill that would let
Tribune would
as saying he run
men would be $10,000 fines and In his office with Mayor Archie
flannel of.
board stories block "morally
grams, homeowner
crafts, nature games, caring for fensive" mall. Opponents said Ills gubernatorial campaign com. 20 years Imprisonment. Turner, H. Milton Link of The BOSTON (AP)-Hous* Speak.
wild pets and Held hikes were of. the legislation Invades the rightof pletely divorced from theparty'spresidential All of the defendants received Moorings, Alan Foster of Royal ir John W, McCormack D.Mass. .
fered. For the next three weeks free speech.Passage the verdicts without showing surprise arbor( and J.C. Sample and ., who Is 72, and former
Burns, mayofiof Jacksonville, or other motion. rhad Moss of Port Royal. Speaker Joseph W. Martin R.Mass. .
the Center Is sponsoring a day cam Tuesday on a
be Is the Democratic nominee forovernor. Judge Choate permitted> all Developers of these three wa. ., who will be 80 In Novem.
More Information bill
may roll-call vote The
camp. 323.19
t, rN obtained by calling MI 2.2812. Senate [ H* opposes Republl.can four to remain free In $50,000 erfront 1 subdivisions/ were d.. tier, face re-election challenges.Noel ,
to the
now goes Charles H o 11 l e y of St.
N bond each pending a pr.s*&. endant; along with the City In
Petersburg In the November lens Investigation. the two.year.old Vincent: H. Con. A. Day, a Negro civil
election."Apparently rights leader, tiled Tuesday a*
boy suit that challenged the aub.
Crackdown On Drunk Drivers Urged Mr, Burn Is a mtrr.nd< agreements betweenthe an Independent candidate for
part time Democrat who supports Syncom III In City and the developers McCormack'a seat, and said h*
the Democratic Party was challenging "the en.trenched .
enforce Under the agreements,the Cityiledged
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A 3. Increase pedestrian only when It suit his purpose, that It would assess un. political power In Con.

crackdown on drunken driverswas ment. of driv. High said He added that Burns TV CoverageOf sold lets In the developments iress for its failure todealcrea.
Provide for Issuing
urged today In a 10-polnt 4.licenses from administrative was "fickle in his lenity" as acreage for a period of time, lively with the problem of go.verty. .
to the era
safety program presented In the until 60 cent of the lots ."
Cabinet office of the department of Burns defeated High OlympicsWASHINGTON or per
public safety. Democratic prlmar for the gubernatorial were sold Conboy charged that Former State Rep.William F.

James E. Civil, district dI. ,. Require all drivers to be nomination. (AP) -. Plan the assessments under the sub.nrgd.land Hours of Uedfleld, seeking to
rector of the National Safety examined at least every four to use a new communication contract were un. wrest the Republican mmUS.tlon .
the Trl.
u.. 4 .".a.1 1, Council, proposed the adoptionby Burn was quoted by fairly low.Judge .
years. and latelllte Syncom ni, for televl. from Martin said the 'tin
PROUDLY DISPLAYING her 80 pound, 5' 8" Florida of chemical tests to 0. Adopt legislation for period. bun.expected a* saying Republican h* sought as well a* lion transmission of the Olym. Odom Invalidated the requires a more) energetic

tarpon is MM. Roger Griffith of Hillaboro, Ohio. apprehend and prosecute drunk. Ic inspection of motor vehicle. Democratic vote In his race pit Games In Japan to the Unit. contracts and ordinance and or. count: than a 79.year.old polltl.

Mrs. Griffith caught the tarpon yesterday aboard en drivers 7. Give more young people against Holley."We ed States and Canada; were an. dared. reassessment of affected cal: veteran tan follow."
Ralph Odum out Clvlls also suggested that the formal driver education Instruc. jounced I today. property for 1"2. 1963, and
the Gulf Spray, guided by Capt. sUti tlon. have had strong Indlca. The National Aeronautics and the current year lie also order. McCormack next In line for

of the SportSpot. The tarpon made 10 jumps. 1. Provide more personnel for g. Support recommendations lions of some very active Re. Space!!! Administration plans to .id the developer to pay back the presidency I* completing
Aboard the boat with her were Mr. Griffith and traffic and engineering surveys. of the Florida Interagency publican for Burn movements, launch Synrom III in mld-Au. taxes accordingly.\ his 19th consecutive: trm. Mar.

their daughter, Jo and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Snypp. 2. Reconstruct and Improve council on traffic safety especially In the more populous guM Into a "stationary" or hov. Th developers plan to appeal tin has represented his district

Mrs. Griffith is ) '. sister. The Griffiths more problem location on 9. Expand the public traffic area of the state," lie said In ring orbit .22,300: miles above and the City will join them, if for 20 consecutive terms
. expect to move to Napes in the near future. streets and highways. safety education program. a Tribune Interview. the Pacific. Council; so decide since ItZ


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2 clack COLLIER- COUNTY NEWS WednetJay, July H. I"'! e.rt Rulesbsbrlfance ',MM N' FBI 1 Probing. Airport

II i 'IIIlH'oI i I flt.1n/ page II)

Of Space Forces Many At police headquarters In
Manhattan about 250 white teen.
agars hurled rotten eggs at 16 Notes
Tax Limited
members of the Congress of Racial

Schools To Reject Students TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Equality, who were picket. By JOHN E. UTE
Florid Supreme Court ruled today Ing Tuesday night against what
that Florid cannot tax In. they called police brutality Last week's traffic was "
CHICAGO (AP-Many colleges ,. training, admitted S,700of 11,000 h rtUnce* of estates lying In Deputy Police Commissioner great study In contrasts Tuesday .
and universities are clam,, applicant. several states more than the Walter Arm, who was talking to the t4th saw one of the IJlg.
mine their doors on thousand i I' Georgia Tech has closed ME total allowed by federal law. reporters when the barrage goat day on the scheduled flight
of applicant because of a lack E registration book. The Unler The unanimous decision had w started, ran to escape It t, but sine last April, with 23 pas.
of space. city of Georgia did likewise May the effect of saying other states was hit on the leg. stingers carried between Naple'
But a survey by The Assorts, 4, the earliest cutoff date In Usi fed first crack at the taxes of tSV4wm- Ali 1 The teenagers who live near and Miami. All this was accomplished
ed Press showed today there i history. Emory University look neb Inheritance crossing state the headquarters, shouted "Go by using the small
till Is room In many other Instl., similar action March 10. line. bark to Harlem" and "Com. four place ships (often three ( none

tutlons of higher education,,. Vlllanova University, for the In ins ruling, the Supreme muni*" at the pickets flight), and we are hapP\
specially In less populated I first time, had to put a lid on Court picked up In full the de. Civil right leaders staged to report all connections were
States applications for the freahmani clelon written by Leon County : several I demonstrations, but made with minimum dela or
The survey Indicated the i I class. Circuit .Judge Hugh Taylor school rush Isn't as heavy lilt: The University of Rhode Is. unusual action_saying the decU torn Negro sections of Manhattanand day was 608, which departed(

Seems In some Instances pro., land and Rhode Island Colin,elelon could not be Improved '" .f <, BnxU\n. One leader In the Naples at "MS a.m with nine
pectlve students are playing'hael to cease consideration of upon. < ,j: P Brookhn. chapter of the Congress passengers on three aircraft 1
sort of an academic parlay-. new applications In the iprtng.' In Judge Taylor's opinion, he >\ < 'Wu of Ra ial fcqiulih said The following day, only three
applying, say, to three different; Providence (R4.) College re,< Interpreted both the Florida ',> I!, :''b' "! the move was to protect CORE: passengers" were carried the en.
colleges In the hope of getting: jected more than 1,000 request; Constitution and the state law members and others from tire day out of a possible IS
Into one of them. for admission on Inheritance and estate taxes : "h rs" tactics of police. available seats on the three round
A high school graduate seek. "In all dlvlalona of Rutgers to mean that Florida would be Five demonstrators were Ji. trips
Ing admission to the University (New Brunswick Newark., last to levy the tax In such i ; ; rested at Clt\ Hall The slow.novingeasterlywav: .'
of Massachusetts or to one of 1 Camden) by Feb. It we had re., situations. { Srrevane, acting mayor In which visited Florid later In the
the 10 state colleges In the Bay calved 14,000 application from Thli was done, he wrote, at .0 < Iif., :Jl/!N; '. Wajnei absence, was asked week raised some havoc with
State came up against odds of fully qualified students," a a time when Florida 'Va seek ,H'- ,} 4 fIt! A.FASTEST .. wh..llIl'thl'rl' Is evidence that flights on Thursda afternoonand
almost 11.1. spokesman said, "and yet hare "lug to attract wealth from other Communists had fostered some Frida morning. The last
The university received 12,000 room for only J.S5S In the next state to develop her natural GUN IN THE WEST-The two tough hombres squared off and stared de. disorders(\ flight of the da on Thursdaj
applications for 2,600 openingsIn freshman class The men's col. resource . ." fiantly at each other And then PoW! The silence of Virginia City. Mont, was shattered. "4 don't think there's any was cancelled after the aircraft
the freshman class entering loges In New Brunswick cut off The decision came In two parallel Had the gunfight been real, the feller in the the white shirt Mould be long gone. The question about it," Srieanesaid. was unable to penetrate heavy
In September. The state col. applications Feb II." case, both Involving In. winner of the mock battle I i. the man behind the cloud of smoke The timing apparatus 'Some of the people who and numerous showers and tliun.

leges, primarily for teacher The University of Dllnols has kerltaneea lying In Flonda and between the two gunmen determined who drew first, have been Involved In some of derstorms, as was the first flight

announced It1..'. have to turn another state They concerned the meetings and rallies that of the day on Friday By mid.
away i.oro would.be' student at the estates of Margarita C. have been I tilled are known moi nlng, clearing conditions per.
Its Urban and Chicago cam Ptilpp of Florida and New Communists, situ I doit have milled normal operation of the
2 Drivers Given puses.Darmouth. York and of Mary Louise Pentecost any doubt about that 11:30 night, and rapidly Improv.
U rejecting appll. of Florida and Mlnne The Racial SceneRacial ''I would I like to |I'uillt out, Ing conditions were found the

Tickets Following cants by the platoon, cola. however that the whole llrtltiR rest of the da)'.
In some school, such M the After New York and Mlnne. operation is dtrwtelltowardthe Those riding Nai"les.Mlaml
Collisions HereTWO University of Mlamrl. enroll IOta taxed the two estates, 80.<'ailed fringe groups, ln<'Hi\i. last week included- 11.5. Tenney,
ment will be limited by a short. Florida could not Impose Its log the Communist parts and, ) Mrs J.G. Sanitle, Mr. and Mrs.
drivers were given tickets age of housing in others, lackof Ml tax, .Judge Taylor wrote Strife Is AddingTo Federal Court some of the other more radical" R. Turcotte Mr and Mrs.Robert
following two separate automo adequate classroom facilitiesIs because that would make each groups, and I not Involving the Crans, Ed Farelll, Miss Elira.
bile accidents here Tuesday.In a big factor. 'state pay more tax than the Studies AttackOn rolllk.and-fIIt' I IKTHOIIS living In moth Brand, Mrs. E. Foehren.
one of these, a 1954 Ford, But the biggest factor U that federal law allowed. the Harlem /'ommunlt.1hl'"l'pas bach and Col C.C Carter. Hon.
driven by Mrs. Mary Frances children born early In the poet Business UncertaintyBy frightened as people who live ors for the longest charter trip
Anderson Garrett Clemmons,Rt. war baby boom MOW are knock. Rights Act outside of the community." of the week !goes: to L.L. Ham p.

1, was completely demolished, Ing on college gala Orto Daytime Screvane also said that rlml. ton, who chartered theComanche
Mrs. Clemmons was driving The /State University of Hew SAM DAWSON and then consumer spending ATLANTA Ga. (AP)-A nals and rowdy youths talk :advantage on Monday for a round.rolln) trip
north on Street North York comprising SI units teat AP Business News Analyst would fall, and so would busl thrpe.judge federal panel pon. or the disorders from Naples to Palm Beach Jack.
and William Eighth Voorhees, 1225, tired acosa the state has had to Cvrfew To Halt NEW YORK (AP)-Political ness sales and earnings( derv a decision today in the first President Johnson said In a sonville, Tallahassee and return
H. turn away student In tecent turmoil and racial strife are And the aging business upturn court tests of the recently enact statement Issued In Washingtonthat to Nat,les. S
Michigan, was traveling east on year*. It pointed out thai tt r*. being added to the uncertain. could run afoul of the traditional ed Civil Rleht Art he telephoned Srrevane. "I I
First AvenueNorth, at the time Selves applications from young Shfgipere Riot ties of business planning. cycle. If any excesses should rte. The test Involve a restaurant have told him," Johnson said,
of the collision. Damage to the folk who apply simultaneously Businessmen have to plan velop to trigger a downturn.But owner who contend the law la "of my willingness to roots'rate OPPOSITE OF VENGEANCE
Voarhees car was estimated at to several schools SINGAPORE (AP) A day. ahead-or else. This summer the economic signs on the! Illegal and does not apply to In every way potislble to help KM \11 l M I 11,1.I ( \l i'+ m,

$200. Voorhees was Liven a ...,... time curfew enforced: by more had seemed to offer far less whole were, and are, remarka. him, and a motel owner who him III this time of agon>." ('".,,,1 niirl IIIIi,", \, In.I' ,
ticket for falling to yield the .ter than 6,000 troops and police re. than the usual number of uncer. bly near unanimity in predicting wants to bar the governmentfrom "It must be made clear, Duce Kn ;'- ,.Ilw.tld.i\ I M 11'l\ .II 1..111",''f

right-of-way by Officer Jack stored quiet today to Singapore talntles. A* the planners took to continuing good times. enforcing It. and for all, that violent unit( 'Ina nl.ll. \I,."> n Slit I I hl III.I n.Ili. ,
135 Vifttmmttt Island after racial riots between For many business planners, Two suit are In. lawlessness cannot, must not .
Bliss who made the Investigationfor the woods or the beaches, all separate I IVilnx'Ms d n. .I.'h.t I hI f
Malays and Chinese In which 8 however there are now some and will not be tolerated"
the Naples Police Department. the signs still pointed to a fur. volved. They were heard by the IniiliM. .ng.nnr.ll.'n It\\ hi,
person were killed and 341 In.jurod. new uncertainties to deal with. George Reedy" White House! "
ther climb In the economyandthe same threl'oJudg] panel.The ,
1 Yank 1.1)>III')! s n" h,1I I ll" \ "" '"
Misitnf signs still do. What could racial strife do to suit against restaurant press secretary. declined to .. ,
In an accident at the Intersection < I production In some localities to Lester Maddox filed specify what measures beyond"
Prime Minister Tun The bellwethers 4he big cor. owner was ( Ilhlll I , .. , i..I ,. .
Acting I 11) IL..III
of 26th Avenue North and and ) II. 'I'
After Amtafh poratlons and the stock market consumer buying here by three Negroes who were the FBI Investigation, might be" .
Tamiaml Abdul Rack, who new here '\ 011 h. " """I It 11 111"I"- I I
the Trail, Marvin -obviously were counting on there, to the choice of localitiesfor turned away from the restiu. imludeil In the offer of <'OOT| .
from Kuala the "I l.l. .
Lumpur Malay. Il
Blakeman of Orlando was Irtv-: SAIGON, Viet Nam: (APr good times. new plants? Rioting can rant. at toil
slam capital announced the offl.
Ing north and John L. Brice of The Communist Viet Ganf de. The corporations were an. mean property damages and Before Maddox turned the Negroes ,
cia! toll from
LaBelle driving a car belongingto troyed 76 per cent elf a gorvrn, at t now Tuesday conference.night'sviolins nounclng Increased pending loss of goods. It can also fright away July 3, he notified
ment battalion aid captured en away shoppers, or even keep and television sla.
an newspaper
plans, updating equipmentor
Zeke Reed also of LaBelle He Mid 1ST had been
American sergeant In OM phaseof person adding to existing production factory workers away from tions that something was aboutto I I
was proceeding south. Accoru- arrested on various charges.
Some tourists are re.
Brice Palled bloody engagements Tuesday facilities. And these plans of ne. their jobs happen.
Ing to police
reports, near the southern lip ol VietNam Raaak said the curfew wouldremain cesslty looked well into the fu. ported nervous. Travel to some Thus, the government was
to see Blakeman approaching accounts from the MOM In effect until further trouble spots has dropped able to introduce film and sound

and turned left In front of laid today.in notice. R will be lifted for three ture.The stock market has been Racial strife goes even deer| tapes at the hearing The film NEW YOIlK (AP-lillll'k;. at ream:
him.Damage all, at least 16 government and a Half !hours Thursday, betting Qn the nearer term. than these surface matters. Top showed Maddox brandishing a

was estimated at $200to i troop were killed and 18 were ornlnf to give residents ,a Prices, especially many blue1! management In many orppra pistol as other white persons Allis Chill 11Yr'.I'I Frmst Da l" L" ,, Pfllllll: V Ol 1I
the Blakeman car and at $lbO i rousing and presumed captured chance to buy food and, other chips have' been bid to record( tlonS is taklnfe a new look> at hlti.Ine stood by with ax handles. Alcpa 701/1, S41 36 Pa Hit 3".I+
to the car driven by Brlce. The by the red guerrilla In a .battle necessities.Singapore's. htjfhs. The' meaning seedbedclearthe plates, at advertising cam Interstate commerce Is the Am Air 481,; i- I Frl'Pf Tr'J3h': "PI'P Cola 6t
accident occurred at 10j20 set off by the ambushing of a big Investors, Indl. patgns, at moves to enter new crux of the Issue in the suit Am Brk 58th' Gen Bps 29% Phil Mon 75 l.t
o'clock Tuesday night. Brice government truck convoy, A streets were de. vldual or Institutional, expected markets. Manag.mt'nt.labor re. against Maddox AmBdPar tzl GPs" EI 84e Phlll! Pet 553/4
U.S. acted except for patrol of sol.dler latlons are affected In a numberof The civil law applies to
as given a ticket for falluigtold Army captain wa* among incre. Bed earnings In the future rights Am Can 44'f"n" Fds 91 j RCA 3Z
Officer the wounded brought |o Saigon and riot police Security and maybe dividends, and Industries.A businesses serving or offerlngto Am Cyan 663/4 Gpn Mills 4Z Rep Ell 45'/s
by James P. Hayesho Of the several governmentunits force with fixed bayonet had certainly higher market values summer that looked like an serve Interstate travelers and Am Mot 15 Gen" MIra 931. Revlon 34%
Investigated. Involved, the lit Battalion pushed everyone off the streets for outstanding shares. economic: shoo.ln might yet de. having received a substantial T&T 72ta Goodrll'h !532,4 Rpy Tub 431,1
No one was Injured In either of the 31st Infantry seemed who tried to Ignore the daytime Regular uncertainties that velop some business fireworks portion of their good through Am Tob 33% Goodyr 43'1' 51 Hl'g P 30
i ldent. hardest curfew.EVERY unforeseen only a short time interstate commerce.
hit. plague the planners were still Ampx Cp 271. rl'yhnd 27tSeaboard !i3V.
there, of course. International back. Thirteen wholesale groceryand Anaconda .H Calf Oil l81y! Sears 1191/5
strife could always upset any meat dealers testified at the Armour tol!. Ilon'well133! Slncbir 4G,

prediction. Natural catastro. Maddox hearing completed Babcock 331, Int lIarv 79% Socony 8n.B&O .
phles such as weather or earthquakes Monday. They said that between" 411/a Int Nick 80SouthnC\: 64
could hit some Indus.i Charge VastConspiracy 50 and 92 per cent of their goods Beth Stl 371,4 Int Pap 32t/') Spc>rr)It 141,4

I tries or regions The always un. came from other state. Boeing !i41Jonl's&.L 811!. St rand 17%
predictable consumer could 1 Maddox who did not testify Borden 79 Kats Al 371/s StO NJ 87111
change from his present state of said earlier that it Is his policynot Brunswk 91,, Kl'n'cutt 831:' Slul'bak 71/1
I II calm confidence to one of doubt In to serve Negroes and that Cater Tr 34% Ug A My 80 Swift !i3111
his policy will continue, since he Celanese 701. Loch'd 331/ Texaco 8011
considers this to be his constitu. Chrysler 53 Lorlllard 441'4 Thiokol 14
tlonal right.Attorney. : U Carb 12015!
Coca Col13Wa Mag'vox 30'4!
Rioting Around St. AugustineJACKSONVILLE for Maddox contendthe Com Eel 52MM&.M G2V. Unit Alrc 47%

public accommodations sea Con Edls 931a Mohasco 14':' Un Fruit 221,.
tlon of the law Is Illegal and that US Steel 581/s
Mons'to 80Ya
the WorldBy (API-Civil Cant Can 52"11
rights leaders go to federal the restaurant is, in any event, Dow Cite 72% Mont Wd 39',4' : Unlv Mat 13%

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS court today with a charge that excluded The court has been DuPont 2611'4 Nat Dalr 84c,4 WestlEI; 331.

NEW YORK-Racial violence i, a vast, Invisible onsplri+ y op. asked to service enjoin to Maddox against EAL 311h Nat' Dist 2G'\I. Wlnn Dix 36

broke out in Brooklyn's Negrc: erates In St. Augustine to deny' refusing The three.judge Negroes panel also E.Kodak 1301/, N.Am Av 49 W/Mlwth 29'J

section throughout the night but: Negroes their civil rights/ has under consideration an $11. Firestone 401,.
Harlem had Its first relatively In a series of suits the lute.I million suit against the VJS FlaPw 5lirFla
gratlon leaders ask that more PAL 791. _
quiet night after three nights ol I
government brought by the
than 30 restaurants and motels Ford 0211!
rioting Two Negroes were shot Heart of Atlanta Motel Corn.
I ; be forced to their doors to I
one critically, In Brooklyn's seeking an Injunction; against t "
Bedford-Stuyvesant section Negroes, that police organlza. enforcement of the law.
tlons protect civil rights demon
The government filed a coun.
6,000 troops and police enforced a strators and that the Ku Klux tersult to force compliance Shepherds In 011 .
curlew after rioting between, Klan be stopped from InterferIng .
Malays and Chinese Tuesday with desegregation. '
night In which eight were killed I U.S. District Court Judge Bryan the Southern Christian Leader.' Cyprus Watch WE II,UF: TilE L\Rfi
ship Conference said only six of EST SELECTION: : (llSIIHT '
and 341 Simpson scheduled the hearing
PORPOISE should have a companion Ilk* this from the happy Injured.WASHINGTON. for 10 am the city' 50 or so motels and : VIISKM AI..

I look on Flippj's face. Flippy Is n star performer from MarintUnd hundred Cuban -exiles Several clashed Negroes won a court suit restaurants would serve Ne Flocks In Fear HI'MS IN sOlTIIWrsTHOItlltV :

a member of the famed School of "Educated" Porpoises His new with police Tuesday, Judge Simpson or. groes.Violence. sr >r> I IN AND
Tuesday during an
NICOSIA Cyprus (AP-The IOOH IT )\H: {.
fiiend that's Sharon Florida accompanied man'
Conrad. Citrus Queen. dered Flagler Hospital, the only
antt-Castro demonstration by 5.. scene seemed '
of the tests. The latest straight from the ( an it be that the bunhly
000. More than 400 police pre. one In St. Augustine, to open Its Tuesday when a restaurant was Bible a gnarled old man witha .ttrarti"n or I.alu'nt..
vented an attempt to march to doors to Negroes beat leather pouch on his bar.k. Wflk IK finally peaking
owner a when he
the meeting of Western Hem He handed down the order grazing his sheep on a hillsideIn out* Rumor his it that the
CS luill LAST CMANC T 1I01nl fOR sphere foreign ministers. Some without hearing arguments on leave.and three others refused to the sun. ompah.pah ninxlvrn upon
the suit's accusations or the ar. IK looking for
47 Cubans and a policeman The found his body next sue a way
were Injured none serloush. guments offered In the hospl. The proprietor and three crumpled In the bottom day out . .Vfrordinf to the
FREE FORD MUSTANG! GEORGETOWN:, British Cut., tal'a petition for dismissal He other whites then chased the well, with two bullet hole In his a .\mrririn Music Conference,
ana-M least eight Indians postponed the effect 01 the or. Negroes downtown and pin. forehead 21 million amateur mudcl|
n ned their car. One of the in. .nit play the piano The net
O/ were serloush Injured Tuesday der for 30 days to give the ho* Shepherds In C'prusNatl'h
tegrJtlonlsts, Padreck Carmody end moNt popular instru.
1 East Indiana In the Beterter sar> changes peaceful profession has
beromeone Spike Jcnm that'
VACATION DAYS SALE wafting coastal area, Scores Teams of Negroes lnbeen the hit suffered face The onlbruises.Negro who. was ol the most dangerous Jobson Motor: records reports inuKtr: .\lm

.the store have been killed In almost daily' testing complUnre nth the I the troubled island hate a picture of a little
family ItsI
.. M M Ave ftr ,. civil rights act almost daily The Ku Klux Klan held
racial violence \
In the British T entyx>ne shepherds have dog listening to a pSono-
South American colony sine since July 7 in gathering1. largest rally of the St. Augustine been wounded graph on the UheN 'Thm.
- --- --- ----- - """**"tie"""""""-" conflict last About or since
January dente for the court. A leader of night. near.clvll war erupted between in nice of them" nay the
600 persons, 20 of them robed ;, laity musician because I
Official Greek and Turkish Cypriots
W.A. "Mustang ConUtr Entry Blank a ----- attended the gathering In a field Dozens more have been fired at. ell mere records to dog

Neihing Se bwyl Ne |biflU' to wheal.feel M IN Ails ogee end. outside the t lt\ limits. At least 10 have vanished or than any other recording
I bring It te the Offlalal l shy IM In yew OeHem 4M HM FLY .11 NAPLES Connie Lynch who says he is been kidnaped. art in!.
a minister, told the group that The organ has progreserdIn
I niASI PttNT DM POUOWM .......... 1I MIAMI the KKK was the last army of "To find grating for the sheep equal proportion to the
I NAME I the white man and that It had and goats we have to go a long piano, It U the top In mil*
i enormously since the way from the village, and sisal aeeompliKhment alone
grown there I Is no one out there to pro. nth the piano and the
ADDRESS >_ ___-_ New Year Round Daily Schedule civil right bill became law. ,tect us," explained Hassan Hus. blllie instrument to start acareer.
In one of the suitS, the civil 'scan, a 30,year-old shepherd For the fined seli<.
CITY STATI ._ j Naples To Miami rights leader charge that a'from the Turkish village of lion of piano ml! organs
"vast conspiracy b)' an Invis. Hamlt Mandrcs. "I hop it VAX DEK VEER
745AM. 11.30AM' 345PM: never know
W.A. STORE ADDRESS HAttlJ,JiQftflA Ible empire exist (in St. Augus. ,when I go out In the morning If I MUSIC CENTER 194 .
'I tine) to prevent the plaintiffs ash St Start
Miami To ,will ever get home again" your careerfrom
I CIf\IICIM cooties MIl Naples from securing their civil "Forty.five here. Call Ml 26632.

I ..__ .._ _of............ ae.rwlw ..... 1 9ro: AM. 2l5' P.M. 500PM. lights." with my sheep days over there ago I,'.was he
,. all
1 w..w-- a.r.r, IN.-r-C..e..e--rM, l*s.etae.r..rer. ..y aes'.uis eelaiwrq-mo e sww.a.a..a. ds.r. CoimertloM. sad RMrtioii to any point In the world __ I II said, pointing beyond the bar. Van Der Veer
1 ....NwNrr..wd.-ais.M..wr wrr..e.-saws ... .. ...: 1 I ren, dust-colored hills where

I 1.-....... --...L.rM... .. w.ras'M.ffi5..-...........p as' .as'e.y. -.e.....YY w..we a.Ar irl=Me..arM as' ,-- I NAPLES AIRLINES king. John unified royal IS' I nothing grows "1 heard shouts
1 ::.::: : : :: .. -....: tent to the hhgns Carta by at. I wd stood up and there were Music Center
L ; : ..,..._ ::::. .::::: I Miami
i _.... .... .."swar ._ *. i __ ...... Naples Airport Concourse Airport uchmi his Great Seat to it. I our[ Greeks running toward me.
,.- .satw -..... ........... .,.... 1 Ml 2-J4S4 NE I-SIII Signature were ordinarily not 'They! fired their guns and I ran Naples Shopping Center

L------------------a City Ticket office Naple Travel A .. aced to authentic document .-I ran so fast I left my boots
__.... . .- -- y 4 Cone Ph. MI 2632I
until the ISth Century. I>hlnd. I hid In a dry riverbed" _

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a ;. W.:....,,.s.lav. J..122.. 1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
Did Not .I Intend f

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Rain Dance, B c'

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Showers CameVALLEY : 7sl e TT2';; ri

FORGE ft. lAP>-
t. "We didn't mean to do a rain
danre," Hldesaburo Kurushlma,, B> GAIL. WINCIIELL Phone MI2.5104
I IBy i -( a Boy Scout from Tokyo,.Japan,. .
said as thundersho 'ers soaked
some 52,000 boys watching ai, -
JANE MARTIN world talent chow at thslnthNational / r07OR RENTRL.
1- Boy Scout Jamboree. \: (
., JOOOO Kurushlma and IT other Japanese .. Np. EfryC/EN j
Dr. and Mrs. David Smollan have returned froman scouts dressed In shoe. ,
llR length kimonos danred and .
extended .
European trip and say they will be contentto bowed on the JSWoot trass, :

stay home for a long time to come, just reliving and stage at historic Valley Forte _.-
recalling the fascinating places they have been as the rains came down. .
many s
'Don't worry," Karl-Sunnar ... ,,
f They sailed on the "S. S. France" last spring and returned Fridman, of Stockholm, Swe. .

aboard the same ship a few weeks ago. In the meantime, den, Interjected, "we like (It." !.iI' !. .," ,...11'- a "
r e,, =ovat The nine scouts he brought '
on their own schedule toured France 'r
they Portugal, put on a llfe.ssvlni demonstra* '
Spain, Africa, Italy, Germany, the Scandinavian Countries, tlons.
and also went behind the Iron Curtain to Budapest, Hun A Canadian troop attending .
s the show, put on by 758 scouts 1
gary. 1 r from 42 foreign countries, sat ., .
Back in New York the Smollani joined their children Wy almost unmovlng In the big ..-

Judy and Elliot, who had been visiting relatives and p open soak their air arena clothes and late let Tuesday."Why the rain. ...

had done a pretty thorough job of the World's Fair should we move and

Upon their return to Naples last week, they had a family run for cover?" asked Tom ,
reunion with Mrs. Smollan's brother Thompson of Cobourg, Ontario. rYr r
Adolph Hayden.Mrs. .
"We were waiting for this fpr t .
... _" .
Hayden and Donald of Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. Haydenis __ .a -. ate days" I .

connected with MGM and Donald is an assistant pro. > NEA Telephoto I It was a real International

fessor at the University of Southern California. BACK IN TilE SADDLE AGAIN- -President Johnson smiles as his daughter Lynda Joins gathering said one of England's"Jolly good 19 scouts.show u+A.

Other Neapolitans who are either in Europe or have him on horseback for the benefit of photographers on the LBJ T:'xas ranch. Lynda' not Boys of all nations, of all rwu'v A

foreign travel plans include Mrs. Kenneth Sodders. She garbed for riding sat sidesaddle. races, of all religions, of all ,
shapes mixed-and swapped, qI
and her granddaughter, Jean Marie Malloy, are on a' particularly, handshakes. They I I .....Whi -.

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and will also travel in spoke of friendships, not, poll. ,NICE CATCH Floyd White. Naples, Is shown I

Europe before returning to Naples the middle of August. New Fad for the Women tics.Two scouts from Jordan sang here with his 60-pound tarpon. (See column).

While Mrs. Sodders Is away, her son and daughter. a song, and two boy from Israel
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Malloy, are occupying her _1 m jf.m f h .1.,....:8.J\ ,. listened and applauded.<< There aren't as many visitors pon was 65 Inches long,and made \
home. The Malloys live in Miami. Taly Silber, 17, Jerusalem, then around trying their luck with five jumps during the 35 minute
sang, too.There snook fishing, but that Is no battle to bring the fish In. Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Minster leave Friday for New was a babble of strange
sign that the people here on the White caught his tarpon on a
York. But after a week there they too are off to Europe. world sounds sought as scouts to find across the word Hthe, "Isles" are Idle. Many housesare spinning rod, using 20 pound

Ten years ago they both made a similar trip and are each could understand.The being built, drainage ditches test line and cut mullet for bait.
looking forward to revisiting many of the same places talent wasn't professien* are being checked, and lots are lie caught the fish while fishing''
,> in Switzerland, Italy, and France. The Minsters will prob. 1iyr 11r al, but the thousands wh and cheered and yelled liked U again, all the people here aren't ina and Motel.
ably spend another week in New York in September on swell. They asked ,duesipn working all the time. !Most of (See Photo)
their way back to Naples. about the different native cos the residents have taken to the Mr. and Mrs. H. Lahman of

tumes. beaches, pools and docks In Miami, spent nine days at the
TRAVEL TEAM Six Pakistanis danced. So did search of shells or cool water. !Isles of Capri Marina and Motel '
John Fawcett and Richard Schwab made such a eight from the republic of China. Postmaster Rogers Informed and caught several snook ,
and six from South Korea.
successful travel team last year they are trying it again. An eight boy patrol from Tri LJUj"poc"4LoacJi( that the re- weighing up to 12 pounds. They" ,

They sail early In August for three months in Europe, and nidad did a hot calypso and nine alBentr 6f the Island will get also had some nice catches of :
Iranians sang two native sonts.i door-ro'door Hjall service. Four redflsh and snapper while fishIng -
expect to spend the major part of the time motoring folk music I I'Jlrst' moved
followed by African year> gi I>, .wl\4rr in the bays and creeks a round
through the countryside of England and France. They have by six Mgerlans here"aU; the mall was delivered the "Isles."

scheduled two weeks at the Savoy in London and the I to one spot l'nd'solllC. of the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bustetter,,

Ritz In Paris.It tt :T- .s I /A resident had q&ftfc' I walk to get and children of Miami, spent a 1
Two Cats Assured'Of their mall. For several years week at the Isles of Capri FishIng ,
is either the the Ritz AI
at Savoy or they hope have been it delivered '
now, we getting Lodge. They caught several
will catch with them. His latest Life Of Ease
Ghirardi up communication ------ .,- . to boxes along the main snook and nice catches of snapper -
was from Rhodes, Greece. However, he plans to LA JOLLA, Calif.
leave there soon and start to roam so nothing is definite New designs In barbell and dumbbell equipment open new vistas In family projects. aging In cats are living home a their lifeof fu. shorter. NoW we only have to redflsh.
is to when he might wind up in Paris or London. Colored discs come In three weights for women to use with figure.trimming exercises.by lure ease secure.They a $35,000. walk a few steps to mall our let- The bookmobile will be here.'I
That U an example
ters. definitely
Mr. Fawcett leaves Naples the first of the week and Helen Ilennessy to bar bells and dumbbells. little effort. Stand with feet were assured of the tort of the growth of the Isles Wednesday, July 22.

will visit Mr. Schwab in Atlanta. Mr. Schwab is chairmanof Women' Editor 10 to 12 Inches, apart and tlnutng Income from a $436,000trust of Capri.
)How can the old man or the when the will of the lt
the board of the Southern, Spring Steal and Mattress Newspaper Enterprise AM, fiance say "no" when his little:,. your place body bar.and bell'even In :front with lhst ofL, Dr. William Wy'Othvwan'giW6e: .i,weG.re.ilhhIl1 Mthea/dome\ 'fromher .hatMnr.Kiyi.irsfftrli enjyservtng hot Sunday brunch poached you*||ml.ht. or\i

Company, and also is head of the fund raising commit Some adults I keep trinl woman wants to work out feet. Reach down, pick up the final fl'ovar1n'.BWn VIeId"Sal"perior '. brief:/ Its'in: the hospital toad with s cheese sauce msde''
keeping up with their teen. with her burgundy, gold Court Tuesday.
tee for the new art center. This is to be in of cop bar bell and raise to knee We all with grated Pertnesin. a
memory aged children's per, white or blue bar bells of The cats are Brownie, IS I and Is feeling better.
the Atlantans who died together in a plane crash en Others move a few muscles a plastic-metalllc material (InS level with a bouncing move. years old, and Hellcat, 14. wish her a speedy recovery '
route home from a musical tour abroad.Mr. sliding In and out of the car 5 or pound weights) in ment. Do this five times and Dr. Crier who died June 2, Mrs. L.L. LoaCh and her
on the way to the closest the living room? Chancesare increase daily to a maximumof 1963, named four cats as heir Rosemary, spent sec
and Mrs. John Chase Strouse were in Pompano supermarket. However the with her buying power 25. In his will, but two died beforehe daufhter. last week visiting with EXCLUSIVE'* AT RAR

Beach most of last week with Mr. Strouse's father. This woman who wants to exercisehas she bought him a bar bell did. Mrs. Loach's mother, Mrs. Ed
I Stand against a wall with
week they are en route to Minneapolis where they will it made. High fashion dumbbell set so he could keep shoulders spine and calves Mrs. Avila Horn who Is taking Roland of Danla. Our SpecialIndividuality
care of Brownie and Hellcat,
color and have
design her
visit friends for a week or 10 days. come company. of leg touching It. Pull but. said they eat the best, but R Mr.. and .Mrs. John Schlotz
Mr. Jack Sweek arrived week tocks in. Hold dumbbells In only costs about $10 a week ,r have visitors. Mr. Schlotz's.brother
C. a ago to visit Col. Here are a few simple exercises .. in. .
each hand and bring them Mr. Herbert Schlots
and Mrs. J. E. Betts and pick up Mrs. Sweek and their Hospital ReportADMISSIONS feminine to bar use bells.with These your concentrate new over your head. Stretch arms up , ., from Woodbury, NJ.. drove Mr.

three children who have been here since the middle of on problem areas high and swing down to aides' Lightning Hits and Mrs. Howard Dunn of Mlra- GIFTS

June. 7.1JIda Lawson, Lily Snead, and just plain limbering up. Start with five and increaseto mar down for ten-day visit.
The Sweeks left Monday and will visit In Virginiaand Albert Brown,Martha Best,Jean avoid 25. cramping Good posture of internal helps Boy As He Steps The Schloixs'guests arrived here INTERIORS
nie Woods, Mary Hicks. I Warm-up exercises help Sunday., .
Pennsylvania before reaching New York and the 7-14-Valerte Simpson, Kith keep many in shape with organs and encourages bet. Out Of Automobile Mr. and' jars Ed Ford had

World's Fair. Then they will drive via Canada to their leen Towpe, Herman.Barnes,Audrey .ter circulation WEST PLAINS... Mo. (APLightning )- guests last,weekend. Mrs.: Ford'ss ComIng Soon

home in Pendleton, Oregon. Henson, Nell Beehner. S To cut down on the flab. struck end killed a ( ter and brother-in-law, Mr. FURNISHEDMODEL
745-Ellzabeth Ann Hamm, Cypress Center that few boy after he had stepped from a'and Mrs. H 1(. Wtltjard/ Smith of
and H. by
Capt. Mrs. Thomas Thompson Jr., with Kim Cenlva Seymour, James Wright upper arm women blinding cloud.
car stopped by a Norrlstowri, Pa were down
and Tim, arrived Tuesday from Colorado Springs, Colo. man, A.R. Johnson. 3-Week Day Camp stand can with avoid feet try 10 this to 12: again inches burst Tuesday, visiting an4 enjoying* the Florida In

They will be here for two weeks with the senior Thompsons 716Martin Nebus, Robert. apart and hold a dumbbellin David Eugene Walker, 12, ;feather ', GULF TOWERS '
Keller, Kenneth Brundage, Sadie Starts MondayBig was riding with his mother, Mrs v
of the Park Place Club. Capt. Thompson is a each hand. Raise to shoul : '
jet McDowell, Danny Billy, Ray Ittlph Walker, bit grandmother lhD; APARTMENTS
Center Is der height but reach and > BUDDIES
pilot with the Air Force. Lamb. Cypress sponsoring and two brother and a elder
717.Kay Larson, Arthur Elf. a day camp for children stretch as far as you can each All were treated for .hork, M r.riaron ttussell of Miami,
THE SMITHS GO TO WASHINGTON ler, Phillip Savage, Audrey lien 7 through 15 beginning Monday, time. Now rotate the dumbbells Mrs. Walker had stopped the Is vLrfjihf'Mlssjoanne Wlnchell. I
son. July 27, and lasting for three in large circles using the car because of the storm on u.s. I Ifs ire long time friends
Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith left for Wash.
Yesterday, Roy 7-18-Delores Molter. weeks. arms and not the wrists 160 east of West Plains, DavldJ l AiJeif to ive across thestreet R nSo\Jlte,
Ington, D.C., New York and Indianapolis. While In Wash. 719Marg. Cervantes, Dr. Registration can be made before stepped outside and the bolt' toorte4eother> ; Each sum- ,

ington, D.C., they will see something of their son John Waldo Shlpton. Friday, July 24 by calling struck him. me'ftLht.jf) ge{ together for someIudWlitimjng
who is there for two weeks Army Reserve duty He holds Utile 7.20,-Harlene Harold Chambers WllllamsDelphla, Lewis Big Cypress Center at MI 2- Four From Here and fishing. Doth .JJJ cli ... ...H' f
of'"bpgftre! "fisher-
the rank of Lederer. 2812.Mr. Attend Methodist the excellent
captain.In Don't overcrowd
and Mrs. Tom Braden, .,woftlC ii3Sharon arrived here 1290 Third'Si. So.
New York, the Smiths will have a visit with Paul or deep skillet wh.n.you ere <
DISCHARGES summer directors of the Center, Meet At LakelandFour cooking fresh fruit In' I .usar Sunday and will return Friday. Member
Trog. He made many friends in Naples as the guest of 74J-M.O. Bass, Charles Cox, are planning activities centered from the First Methodist syrup for s compot.f'1 perforated Floyd.White of Naples, caught American Institute I '
the Smiths when he first came over from his native Swit Kathalyn Calther, Alfred Broder.son around naruret crafts, games, Church of Naples are attending mixing spoon for '.ma,. aarponwelghtngfi6poundgwhileflshbtg ,
zerland a few years ago. Mr. Trog now lives in New Henry Conine. stories, dramatics art. the School of Missions of the Ing the fruit. in Johnson, Day. The tar Interior Designers
7-14- Francis Vlncequerra, There Is no charge for the pro Sarasota district Woman's So.
York and U associated with Trade and Industry. Donna Wright, Ida Lawson baby gram. Children are asked to clety of Christian Service this
In Indianapolis Mr, and Mrs. Smith will see Dr. and girl RonellPhlggs.ValerleSlmp. Bring their own lunch. The week at Florida Southern Col.

(CoBtinued .. page 8)IJJJUIULJULUJ son. dally program Is held Monday lege, Lakeland. j
715 Lt Alexander At
ron Weather.
through Friday from 9 a.m. to They are Mrs.Hugh
ben ReeeLeonardMathenyKen.meth I h president of the local society;
Vogstad, Oleta Reed, Kith 3 p.m. I
Mrs. John Garland, secretary of ,
leen Towne and baby girl, Willie Transportation must be sup spiritual life; Mrs. James Tay.

Green plied for the children. lor, secretary of promotion; and . ,. . '" ..,' .
7.16-Mazle Warren, Audrey Mrs. E.P. Everhard, Sarasota
Henson, Jeannie woods and baby district secretary of missionary
MACSHORENEW girl, George Abowd. HunterWord education and service $
7-17-Ann lIamm and baby girl, 166 Fifth ", FU.

Genlva Seymour and baby girl, has been received of the LOST, BUT IN OWN LANGUAGE
Albert Brown, William Buck.Jer.ry death of D.P. Hunter former
P111stDF..J. '' ) iltG.AINS.
FALL TRANSITIONAL Lamar Floyd, Mary Hicks Naples resident of approximately I'.lm.dimu., ucnt, park he.m .
748-Kenneth Brmdage, 19 years and brother of Claude ,
Ho Malf' ,..'n. kmg 27
man Barnes, Betty Carl, Sadie Hunter; of Naples. Hunter died p pc
McDowell, Martha Beat, Robert of a heart aback Monday morning !"iff"r'.ni l Unguugr' .,

i I SHIRTWAIST DRESSESFORTREL ler Keller, Muriel Frances, Son Ful. had in Miami worked where for he the was Bu living
7-18-Audrey Henson and baby Brewing Compan for 23 years. pae for doe. pufrnu of lost chit, TARLES'dIftd RACKS
I girl. Hunter Is survivetbytwoolher trn in a"\ lanu|.r rsnpnsfna :
POLYESTER AND AVRIL POPLIN 7.20.James Wightman, Nell brothers, Eli Hunter fit' Fort Rumitn w !S.ahili. , and niakr. ,
Beehner, A.R. Johnson, Marge M>ers anr" North Hunter of' Sara the !lust \oonrr> peel,, I fifht a't
RED, GREEN, BLUE BROWN Cervantes and baby boy, Dolores aot... .n. ,nhh,. r.nw tinguc" ..hil.mtinf .' We have just completed our inventory and have drastically -
Molter and baby girl. But I.I wit take pia' *Satin pirenl to contr
ALL WITH WHITE STITCHING I Osprei', Eta and pas k hirr, ,.p." reduced all odd-lots Discontinued styles _

and BIRTHS701SltIr. Mrs. AlllUs Law. Soiled items nroken sizes! Merchandise from all de.

Silts 8-18 eoriJ1 son, Jr., baby girl w,1I8Pft.I'Permanent. / partments Jjicjvided.are: Boys Shirts -- Boys Slacks
744-Mr. and Mrs. William Wave
$10.98 and $12.98o Towne, baby girl. Rf. 12500 Knit Shirts Sport ,Shirt* .', Bra's -- Slips Mend
7ds-Mr. and Mrs. Edgar f11'-
Woods, baby girl; Mr. and Mrs. $12.50This Slacks :-:7: Wos Jioft8: -.. Wps.i:.Blouses and many

f i Norman and Mrs.Seymour Clayton, baby Harm girl,;baby Mr. .. Hair C't ptrrainrnt. Conditioner includes Shampoo Body other items...: '.'VL;." -:::;':':: ..:' : -

o I fir'101 ....fr. and Mrs Tflifefi 5 and Hair lit ttnn ?1iP

Hnv, baby tvl; Mr. and Mrs T, y ,I. II. ,, i Make :ynr *. SME' TO 75 %
Qk J epn Molter, baby girl M h, 'i, LI 11 it ,our permanent,

. 1A fJP t j Cervantes 149-Mr, baby and boy Mrs 'tg. "- I WILLS HAIR FASHIONS SALE STATHTTHUR-rJULY; 23rd 9 A.M.LtMf .

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1964 of tin other The man: ,-.
.. USI ?
OIl 11,1 I 'A I ;II I liI
concentration of .
:I ii
I d ii in i 'ill .I AKHI I ,111111"1. ,
i into few hands, the
nacdi l "
one >Mod) No Rolled Up Sidewalks HereA puss agents feen.hh pond i"" M i the target for organized
releases assuring I I.d.r,i to shoot at. And In add!
mg press the bigger the target, the
the American housewife (he is II /1.
vulnerable It becomes,
small town is sometimes facetiously to bend perilously, may we suggest that buying. goods at I great bargain inure eee

described as "a place where they roll City Council consider using part of the eee Actually thai, today wholesales, the loaf for 20 of

up the sidewalks when the sun goes $100,000-plus carryover from I last year There ill hit It frenzied only one activity.drawbackto The rents bread has only about four cents

down." to construct the needed sidewalks. We women just do not believe It. worth of grain, shortening and.

At the present time, one would be well realize that sidewalks usually are And addition. the farmers other, material material for In U.which The wrapper must

hard put to accuse Naples of being a partially paid for by adjacent property are gettingquite queru come from a pretty closely knit

There aren't side. 'lous. group, costs around tc. Plant
town. enough where the side
owners, but in cases eee labor, plant overhead heat, et
walks here to make it worthwhile to roll walks will be of general value to the Perhaps the al, represent another four
cents for a total of around lOc
them up. entire community, there would seem to situation was See
but statedrecently
It seems somewhat ridiculous that be justification for the city picking up the by So the question Is where

of the state's fastest and ftep Clarence doe- the other dime got
one growing entire cost and getting back the invest eee
Brown of
most progressive communities still makes ment over a number of years through Ohio. In 1947 This Is approximately the

it for the pedestrian to walkin be infinitesimal ... th.l'troSthourly cost In these days of lloffa
obligatory slightly (actually, it would earnc. w raring domination, of putting a loaf of

the street (except for Fifth Avenue, ) higher assessments on the adjacent .-"- t of the Amviicim farmer bread oa a truck and taking It

portions of Third Street and a few more property. Or perhaps some other methodof tat $1.01. In 1063 it icnmlnrri I ewer I" the food More. Out of
the same The hourly! .nl'nlllll'ct this dime comes the wages, the
streets that can be counted on the fingersof repayment could be worked out if % food pore rmployccs In this roots Ibutlnns to the union wel

one hand) and risk being Injured by this isn't feasible. ; pei'ind rose from. SI\.03 per\ trust fare and pension pee plans
t > 52.17 per hour
passing automobiles, getting splashed Naples has become known as a com eee So while government press

with muddy water after a rain, or soiled munity that goes "first class." When the the The hiunewlfr average for prlif.foodstuffs paid' by Is agents American type madly woman to convincethe she Is

clothing from walking in high grass on city needs something, money Is somehow up '.7', ; the price received by getting more food than ever

the edges of the road which is mighty found to build a first class what- the farmer Is down a.5"r. fti' hoi dollar, she Is not buying .
.f u.t eee Ihln Idea.
uncomfortable walking ever-is-needed. This has been true despite fjS Ob\l..u.l'', sonu-tlilnK is badh lee

When City Council Is working on its the fact that Naples, which has askew But Ihi Is the modus operandi
+ eee I uf bureauiracy today. If
budget for the coming: year, it is to be experienced meteoric growth in the past 'rl Continued s'oncrnlration of a net of farts do not fit in with

hoped that some consideration will be 15 years, has needed just about every the distribution of the nation's the Image that It Is sought to
foodstuffs Into fewer hands has projnt, then disregard the
given to the crying need for sidewalks service and facility one cared to men S been one faitor. The other Is facts as something that only

tion. It is true that a good portion of the that HolTa. other labor leaders, stuffy old conservatives are
here.We have grabbed more and more concerned with and blase anew
do not mean to suggest or imply money for these facilities came from con """, Y '.,... control ever the way that foodstuffs trail Into the realm of fan-

that sidewalks are needed along tributions by local I and winter residents. will be moved to market. clful Imagination. For that lethe
.........y. '.. eee higher level of statesman
every street and avenue in Naples. Just However, we see no reason why the -. -- Thus, one nil wimhcn the ,ship
traffic is should from Its I BARBS ,<* \III,,.|.1 I ...'-....II.,...f 'In,I,'p.ii''Mil III,Ii I" s
those where pedestrian heavy city not provide own j

Offhand, and without being so presumptuous funds (all of which comes from the pock. 10th : 'eqtor( t It gets pretty dull going to I

as to make a survey, we ets of taxpayers) sidewalks along a few .. '." -jj your neighbors to get your r 9

would guess the heaviest pedestrian traf- selected streets and avenues that wouldbe ';"' lawnmower back only to findi The World Today
it dull.
fice would be along, say, Eighth Street, of service, and provide a measure of pretty By JAMES MARLOWEAsseclatte'

Twelfth Avenue, South, First Street, safety, for the pedestrian population GIRL SCOUT CAMP bUt-of-doors comfortably, en There were many unhappy Press .News. Analyst
returns the birth
Third Street from Fifth Avenue, South, as well as the touring visitors who make joyed such activities as build-- day of a man on who was

to Golf Drive, the Tamiaml Trail from such a welcome contribution to the city's Editor, Collier County News ing a tree-house and rope-bridge,, caught each of three times and tried to stir up opposition to
The Naples Girl Scout ser- practiced and performed the WASHINGTON CAP) U Sen. ,Goldwater. The senator said he
Four Corners north to the city limits and economy.We Flag: he tried to escape from a Barry Goldwater loses the 1964
vice team and all Scouts attending ceremony each morning and afternoon town jail. ,sounded "more and more like
the limits. There might be well realize that this election the Republican party
east to city suggestionon the very successful first worked on canoeing bad- Harold Stassen."

other streets or avenues that need sidewalks sidewalks will bring anguished Day Camp In Naples take this ges and certificates, learnedabout Lots of basketball games I will new have batch to of search for a whole New York's Gov. Nelson A.
likely presidential
to a heartfelt and were won In the last second I j Rockefeller, 56, will be 60 when
of local residents
just as badly, but at the moment screams from a number opportunity say nature conservation prospects.
Thank You to all those who made from the forest ranger.hadgreat t With the of (.the 1968 election comes. But aft.ir .
who that possible exception
they do not come to oppose anything costs any what happened to him this
Actually, several of the abovementioned thing unless it works directly for their camp possible. fun with crafts of various types,, Pennsylvania's Gov. William W. .year 1988 win probably be just a
We especially wish to thank enjoyed making Ice cream for Scranton, the familiar figures of ,date on the calendar.
roads already have small patches own benefit. As a matter 'of fact, we the Day Camp Director, Mrs. special treats each day and In this year, and past years,, seem Ha was the one sturdy Republican .

of sidewalk sometimes on both sides have no objection to the objections. The Allen Bibee, for her untiring general had one specially won- washed 01'11 Nixon, Rockefeller, i, who fought Goldwater

of the street Sand sometime on one side letters to the editor column Is open to efforts and energy put forth to derful week. by a player who jumped at t' Lodge.Scranton at the end was Gold. j t.through: the primaries, campaigning .
make all of the
aspects campa Adults learned many of the hard. He beat the sen.
only It would not be difficult, or overly anyone wishing to register disagreement. wonderful conclusions. water'a only active rival for the J
memory for both same things and found special enjoyment 1 itor in Oregon, lost to him In
expensive, to at least fill in the blank The whole purpose of this piece Is staff and girls.A In the satisfaction of a nation.Republican He didn't presidential make a flitter.noml. ,California, and then dropped out

to start Neapolitans thinking about the vote of deep appreciationgoes job well done. This camp was Ing race of It. ,when Goldwater's strength

spots.Just as sure as the Lord made little somewhat ludicrous situation here. A to the husbands and fathers la i fine example of our theme for people Even allowing for his late ,teemed, too much. frustration
who co-operated with family 'Oil Girl Scouts -. the start much of This! ; was MS second
)flfeen |ppl'I""Na ?{":xrrJiaver'side! .- "progressive, fist growing community chores while rancher helped at Girl !Scout Promise putting and Laws Ht tnE" wishy-washy, and his his effort'campaign seemed '(,:( and eorlnds second withdrawal. He

jalks eventually so why not now without enough sidewalks to make it camp the entire staff of adults Into action In dally living. The badly organized. But he Is only made II j 1960 but Nixon like had a candidate such an In.In

\vhile the sewer and street improvement worthwhile to roll them up at night. deserves great credit;theSenior Intangible rewards were many r new$ I 47. The presidential bug could tide track for the nominationhat

program Is in progress? (Our face will be pretty red if it Scouts both from Naples Sarasota for both girls and adults; alreadythe bite him again although It tooksome : Rockefeller pulled out with.
and Bradenton who LOS ANOELES (AP) Ac. biting this time to get him
assisted Scouts nit
Naples are thinkingof even trying
And since we already have gone so develops that City Manager Wood already tress June Allyson, widow of started.
so ably In program activities; bigger and better Day Camp If nothing else, age alone
far out on the limb that it is beginning has budgeted for sidewalks) the merchants and businessmenwho for next year! Dick Powell, has obtained a Besides Goldwater and Scran. ,would knock Henry Cabot Lodge
$500 monthly Increase In her only Nixon, Rockefeller and
helped in setting up the camp Again a hearty Thank You to child support allowance from Lodge seemed to have even a out of the picture next time. He
and Its organization the three sill! the actor's estate remote chance for the nomlna- j i is 62 now, will be 66 then. He

young men who gave us the nec- Alice Tlmberlake, Chm. Superior Court Tuesday grant tlon. All were figures from the vas very unimpressive this

I essary "strong arm" lift; Naples Girl Scouts ed a petition boosting the al. past. )liter rear, he except for a short time
won the New
:others Hamp.
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Mrs. Helen Winter who show- lowance to $2,500 a month. Miss Former Vice President Rich. shire. primary over Goldwater
ed many how to make .coconut | Allyson said she needed the ex. ard M. Nixon Is only 51, which ,and Rockefeller.
frond hats and other craft workof : !:: Ira money because the Illness of would seem to give him time for Lodge won there without de.
native materials who her second husband prevents another try or two, except for
; parents elating: himself a candidate and
faithfully transported girls to QUICK QUIZ her from seeking employment.Her what happened to him. ,while he was still U.S. arnbassa.
and children are Pamela, 18, Although he lost the presiden. lor In
camp called for them on far-off South Vlel Nam.
and Richard, 14. cy to Sen. John F. Kennedy In
time the who \1 When Rockefeller beat him In
1Fra'1 ; press gave us The actress married Glenn 1960, It was so close he
Q-From whom the might
| are j he:
such memorable pictures and Oregon primary that fin.
-I Negroes descended? Maxwell, once Powell's barber,, have been In a favorite spot for |shed him.
articles radio staff--the list Is A-Noah had three sons last October, about 10 months the No. 1 role again if he hadn't He quit as ambassador to
almost endless fortheco-opera- after Powell died. failed In a try for the
Shem, Ham and Japheth. The governor.
ome: home, he said, to help
tlve efforts
which made ship of
the California
Day in 1962. His
Bible says they founded the j Scranton; beat Goldwater. But
Camp a wonderful experience for three great races of mankind. INDIO, Calif. (AP)-Deal Ar. balloon went down. j t le wasn't very dynamic after he

so many girls from seven to Ham was the second of the naz, retired television actor A close loss of the presidency tot: here If he thought the light
seventeen.We producer has been sued for one thing. But to lose the gu.
His is
three sons. name often be Wing might strike him, he was
are grateful to be Included Used, by scholars when talk $38,750,000 by a Cathedral City, and material In his contest could be, probably, the only one who did.
Calif. couple. case seemed to be
In the United Fund as com ing about African peoples. The, suit, filed Tuesday In Su. fatal blow. a Yet, at the moment, there Is
contributions 10 one in
munity make sight who
pos- Who known perlor Court by Mr. and Mrs. He probably didn't endearhlm. could reaso-
sible such Q- is as the nobly be said to
forour be
the to
and girls; Father/ of the Federal Re- Jack Young, charged assault, elf to Scranton or Goldwater. replace these man
we are most appreciative to acne System?" battery, slander and false Im. He called the former a puppet from the familiar figures
the City Fathers for the use of \-Carter Glass statesman prlsonment. They claimed that

the land site. from Virginia. Arnaz chased them around the

Girls learned to live In the Thunderbird Country Club, The Best of Boyle I
where they were employed as
'S' ,>< 1," .; :: > janitors, last Jan. 1. BY
..., < .,..:" . ." :. HAL BOYLK
Young, who Is 85, claimed
FOCAL PEAL that when he went to the aid
'I I ; 'I Do MATE RELAY of his wife, Arnat struck him. NEW YORK (AJ>)-Ufe keepsa and drop this typewriter six

ARARAT ERICA fellow so busy doing about floors to the street below.

.s .\tRIISS: 24iiug M E G P HOT. e e T HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-Astronaut halt the things he ought to that Then I'm going home to a lit.
1. Fl&l\Ioul :26,11aahals A G E S. ERE. M I IT C: M. Scott Carpenter has un- he doesn't have time to do a tie place In the country and sit

desert ::1II.1I.ullul1l NOR T H. A X E. . dergone minor surgery and will third of the things he'd like to. motionless In the rocking chairon

T. Toppl'f symbol . A I R. TAP I E 5 have to stay In a Houston hos. So he has to postpone his the front porch for a solid
pltal for a few more days. pleasures most of his life. month.
11. Aw sy Irolll .51.1. Illsurrtl; 5 TAR T EO. T R., P He Is
the mouth 11011 Carpenter broke a toe on his too busy doing his duty to really Then Pm going to rock until
left foot and enjoy himself
12. Sftrttel: 32. suffered a frac. feel rested.
U. 'uodflsh prulit a 'oJ I T C H. A R I 1St. t1 tured arm In a motorbike accl. I have no sympathy with pea Then Pm going to buy a bar
S T f. R E. C. A V 0 R T dent last Thursday In Bermuda. pie who retire rel of bourbon
IS, ()t lurlner 3:I{, Conducted unwillingly at nand and drink It while
limes n. tr.: frlclld E R 0 9 0 MEN S He was to have been dischargedfrom then proceed Immediately I read a thousand books In my

16. lpaac ::18 Irxlhint SOLUTION O. VISTUDAV'S 'UZZLI.ou"c the hospital today, but to die of boredom. To me they library whose pages I have yet
::19. Mtoadeli doctors decided on an operationon are stubborn and unlmaelna. to turn.

?.t'nuaed l shelter -Ii 1Irlllslrn 5. 1Ialr; piece the broken toe to Improvethe tlve.When Then 1 am going down to the
19. Jap.; \ m.10.. Exp.lld: DOW6.. Singh condition of the dislocation. the world removes them Bowery and get an artist to tat.
20. .dlt.1 42. Fix a street I. Cnal" T Rrrad uf Surgeons also corrected a minor -from the harness of the daily too on my chest a giant eagle,
21., Favorite Altalll I"ord' dog deformity on Carpenter's right 1 plodding, they take revenge by an American Hag and the mot.
22. foot. He requested the opera. 'IIton. dying to "Liberty "
Iapl H !Sharp :I. Superior Iv 8. I.uhrleate or Death.
JoC genus H. illiller I I Sharpened \dnnec Thy live by the puritanical Then I am going to start
23. Wurd of -16. Mine 1. Operatic 10 Seesaw ]Idea that work Is given to man smoking cigarettes and learn to
I I J choltC entrance solo 13. Ghl LONDON (AP)-The queen's I to keep him out of mischief. inhale

Toe Chruuu SC|. '"Monitor 18, Gr lung EI : garden party began; at 4 p.m. 'Without work they feel they Then I will run away from
I l J 4 > 'a The rain began at 5. I have no mission In life home.
I 21. tcser
What I el. & understand la why WE don't threaten CONMt?lSJL once In a while.
I 22.: PxclaulaIr : Most of the 7,000 guests at 1 have just the opposite thea.r "So long, kids," I will tell my
'j 'Il tlonI Buckingham Palace Ignored the I ,. 1 think the only purpose of weeping wife and awestruck
first trickle But when It turned i work Is to
The MeadowA 2'i.: Cereal seed save enough money grandchildren "it sure has
/4 / 2rld Into a downpour, the rush for I to spend the rest of your life In been fun knowing you but thereIs
meadow, circled by woodland and Iniects Iniecti and beet to: from - -/ 26.liuwltng the gates became a torrent i mischief and riotous selMndul.ranee. no reason for making the arrangement
pasture and traversed by a willow and flower to flower. A big bumblebee 'li :/ /1 'd IJ monkey Queen Elizabeth II and her I I believe that any kind of permanent.
alder lined brook. Is one of Nature's drones by and works I red clover blossom husband Prince employment
27 t uurr in Philip, were la a form of Slav Then I an going to the beautUful
sanctuaries. It should have the only Insect with long enough q d U -
peaceful and
2 the hrahi28.1'exrd unperturbed. Protocol demand. ted p ry any row who submits Island of Ball, a place I saw
a pool where farm boys can swim, half tongue to extract the drop of nectar 1 their presence until 6. I 10 It an hour longer than be has in my youth and have
lJ l4 always
shaded by a black willow from which It the base of each floweret o 0 / n 29 ecrt't agent They strolled to the tea tent, I to t Is an unenlightened tool had a hankering to return to.

a kingfisher dives for a ash The glaciers sculptured our land. I' l1 II I' 0 33. F.agli.aat:14.1'hmhing and beneath Its shelter carriedon I know exactly what And If, thereafter
On a sunny, light-breeze day when scape. They bull-dozed the hills and // / d k : : : ': with the royal presentations I to l l do with myself when Pm I'm going 85. hear from me, please, don't you never wore
and left their
white cumulus ridges writings on the
clouds sailing slowly
are -
IJI J' JJ 1 "J. tine J Planned retirement ry. U a fellow
and a big hawk II circling high overhead mountains. They moved gargantuan : / / :, : "IIII1.'C1 BUFFALO, N.Y. (APQuoteof ,!l1 constant has been to can't find semithing
daydream keep himself
meadow is spot where one mounts of soil and rocks hither and the ever occupied
I a a J1 dayi ,
4 :16I'erlunoen since I with
started on Ball
the tensions and We are glad that they left meadows % sweeping out a he really doesn't
I can get yon. 38 I.d' ,., Jesse Hyde Sr., who recently deserve
aZ'm world .. with their level surfaces and cut grocery store at the ap of 10 retirement.
anxieties of a I runwlY' 4 4. 41 /a t walked the 200 miles from PU.g. ,and
Thoreau wrote that he had no Idea through which brooks from the 0 It ab'nnh43's r hamton to Buffalo, and now has distaste gained an early and lifelong Rock of

that there was sa much going on In ameadow" highlands flow to larger brooki. I". I < ..; 1.1 C'. p, started the trek home, ... A. tor honest labor. Gibraltar
meadow in / soon as the office Urea me English forces seized the
A the heart ot
Countless forms ef small life summer ,
'.. r.. plained row he stays fit at age tee farewell 1
U a sanctuary for small (Ue forma and e 7 $27.50 imitation R.ockof Gibraltar in 1704 and
live their brief the grasses.Sit
among 13 "Watch what
spans ; eat
0' : % j you exer. ]lens lither
traveling 1: .
bag and the Treaty .
haven of
for a few minutes and you wUl is also I for a man who W.lt.0 Utrecht in 1713
........ get enough rest and main. )11.15( goodby lunch, I'm going to I
hear the muted haunting melody of the regain .npecUv.-TIt. Bono liff'lIlct. 11 "' _./ .gave official possession to
I.' nt 20 "tin lain a ,roper mental attitude. piG the window by my desk


W 'dm-! _J"h, i 22. mi COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
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1/..,.,., rs 1 ..- 1a
t \ Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Holmes i brother, Edwin Rohden of N '
and son Jeff have arrived home 1, ple4. The grandsons have beer i llll NotebookCoetlsoed JIMn
after spending a month visitinghis : visiting with their grandparent
parents In Arkansas, and her 1 for two weeks. The)' returned rrt

... .,....,. parents In Mississippi. They home with their parents Sunda\ ( froo psge I)
also visited points of InterestIn Mr and Mrs. W.R. McGlU
, / . North Carolina and Louisiana. are home again after s week's
/e .... j. Johnn Ott of St. PetersburgIs visit In west Florida. They visited ,
.e 1(1) ... .. visiting with Charles Heath. with Mrs McQIll'i uncle and Gayle Wolfe Mrs. Wolfe has recovered beaut dully
He will return on the 86th aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Tallle Kent from a recent
Judge and Mrs. Richard Stan. In Alford, Fla., and with her operation.
ley attended the County and Ju.1 brother and slster.ln.law Mi. Lover Boy" has arrived at the William Baileys and

venile Judges' Conference last and Mrs. Merrlt Syfrett in Chip. .it 'it hoped the rest of the Batley menagerie has welcomed
week In Fort Lauderdale. Bobble l.y. They also visited with Mr. "
him, without incident fine
and Robbie Lou stayed with Mrs.Retha McGllTs brother and sister-ln. "Lover Boy, a whit tt y

Rutledge while they were law, Mr. and Mrs Elmo McGlll poodle tame from Chicago with Mrs. Bailey's sister, Mrs

gone Mrs. Stanley visited with In Youngstown, FU. On the Gordon Carter, and is a gift to Susie Bailey
Tony Simpson who Is In the hospital Fourth, they attended a birth.
In Lantana, Fla., while she day dinner given In honor of While Dr. and Mrs. Bailey are vacationing, Mrs

4 was there Charlie Goodlng who was 91 Carter will visit Susie Gregg and Noll Bailey and be

G # Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Fether years \oung. Approximate! M, ready to smooth out any animal 'jealousies that might
and daughter Harriett and their people attended the dinner.
grandchildren Michael and Kathy Mr. and Mrs. Julian Paul had arise. with. the new addition

Carter of Miami, returned home as their guests last week, their Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wicks have returned from
Thursday after a threeweek niece and nephew I;ottl8 Mae
six' wieks in West Sand take N. Y., where they
i 9 vacation in the northern states. and Build) Tow of Orlando.An again
They visited relatives In Wash. accident which occurred celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. This pop, ai.
A SWITCH to Eastern Standard Time would give folks at Pensacolaan Ington D.C. and also the mus.
about 1:30
p.m., Friday, caused eOlplthtid two parties in their honor before leaving
additional hour of daylight. Demonstrating they know how to use eums there. They saw the cemetery damage to a car owned and driven .
the time profitably are these Navy Air Cadets and their girl friends where President Kennedywas b)' Goerge Aboud and Injuries Naples Their two sons and one daughter gave the partyin

on the sugar white beaches of Florida's "Miracla Strip" burled, toured through most to him requiring hospl. the former home town and 84 of their friends ret.re
of the northern states and villi.ted talll.atton.
semis' i five states, attended.
M1 "
M1LN most of the .Interest.
inY /i laOethen
n'' 1JT err.. ,Non col. ' .N.N.I They report that they had a won. WEDDING Add Jim Koliopulos to the long list of July birth

? Ir rr.Y 4 ',I + talwttillrr Jerful time, and will leave again Wedding vows were exhanged day k'di He and his family returned from vacation in

s YaN i/ 1 + Nt + the first of August for Marathon.Mr. Thursday, at 2U p.m., unitIng time to t celebrate the event
on Tuesday
c. .wN 1 r INn11A ,Y..n, "sowa and Mrs. Vernon Villdiver Betty Jean Fredericks and
v u wwY. xYt 1" and son Vernon Jr. and Mrs. Van. Melvin Payton Casada. Performing __m__ ___ _ __1JAPAN'S ---------

diver's mother Mrs. Ola Whit. the ceremony was no. IWAL'Tl'tVhcnNaoko : $15 Million Left The codicil dlri'cti-d" ,> :at the
Iny mire, will leave Friday for Jefferson tary public Ann Wells. The maid Matsui, 19. an officeworker portion of Mossier estate for.
NI Ga., for a two.*eek vacation. of honor was Ann Mao Clark from Kyushu, was In Mossier Will; mercy set aside for the hits

ab N a... 6Yre I nY and James Douglas was best crowned Miss Japan of HHJ4\ Johnson trust bit given to Mrs
? Iris Worth of Probated
7j u daughter Mr. man. Those attending were Mr Estate Mossier IncteaJ.
and Mrs. Fred Worth and Cherry and Mrs. Louis Lowe, Olllt Mae she Just smiled demurely
In final codicil handwrittenby
Tex AP The
) -
the Naoko ,
I /1 With (
LNVN. YIp crown
n.r aeil.l IN Herrln daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Caldwell Wilson Dlmas Mrs.
II ? t earned the to will and three codicils signedby Mossier under the signatures
Harold Loyd Herrin, wereorder. Stump Ellis and Lucile Taylor. right representher .
aw ti 'ter teelk..l c.wr '. Interna. slain, Houston millionaire of witnesses to the second cod!
ed to appear In Jacksonville for Helen Renfro Is visiting her country at an
ell the
Houston financier
Jacques Mossier were filed re.
contest In
a physical examination.prepara uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. tional b'autl Long Tuesday for probate. moved Walter J. Fountain
tory to being Inducted Into the Bill Hallman In Beach.
Boca Raton. Mossier' wife, nine children president of the Mossier Acceptance -
N r NNMoNa Waves Wednesday. The two girls There will be an oldfashlond and an aged brother and sister Corp., as a co-rustee and 1
N .I.uF + have been waiting but not too Gospel sing at the Church were named ss beneficiaries of co-executor from the original
w IN u N N.. l n cal PMYr.N'V patiently, for the order since of God on Second Street al 2:00 Wrangling Marks his estate, estimated variously

signing up. p.m., Sunday. Everyone Is In. Rogero Tax Trial as high as $!"> million. will.The will disposing of MOB.
vited. Mos&ll'r, C9, was found blurt sler's half of the community es.
/ riila BACK HOME TAMPA (API; More legal geoned and stabled 39 times In tale gave personal possessionsand
cry r MN / Y NN.u Diane Heath Is home again aft. wrangling highlighted the Income his Miami apartment June 30. one.half of his separate es.
y II M Rules
h TurkeysAre
Mcl .r a trip to the northern states.Diane
tax evasion trial of former The documents probated were tate to Mrs Mossier.
drove up with Joyce Gild Not SubjectTo State Road Board member Al signed at various times from The rest of the estate was
Y..I rY. .,. den and her grandmother Mrs. Rogero of Clearwater.In Nov. II, 1961, to June 12, 1963. ordered divided Into trusts for
,. .. l ' ., / ,car M x.N. 1qV Martha Glidden, of Fort Myers. Arbitration Tuesday's U. S. District The second condlcll, signed In each of his four children by his
II znk '1 \ They visited with Mr. and Mrs. PHILADELPHIA (AP-A Court session government attorneys Miami June 23, 1963 nominatedMrs. first marriage, for Mrs. Mon
+4; ; NNN f/ Y... Mla Kenneth Park In Bargersvllle, Christmas turkey bonus for em. tried to Impeach testimony Camlare MosMor, 45, the ster's two children by an ear 11-
Ind. Joyce and Diane droveto ployes Is Just a custom, not an of Harry Kraly s box manufacturer widow, as sole executrix and er marriage and for four child.
Chicago and visited with obligation, a U.S. District Judge from Wilmington N. C. trustee of the estate and cut off ten Mr. and Mrs. Mossier ...lop.ted .
Mr. and Mrs. Bob William The controversy centered on In Chicago In 1957
has ruled.. a trust l bequest< to Rica Johnson A
son. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Gobblers were given to em. an affidavit signed by Kraly In 20, s daughter of Mrs. Mostlerby II
Williamson and Diane drove to ployes of the Vertol Division of 1962 regarding his business dealIngs a former marriage. It |>.). To Advertlne
Cedar Rapids Iowa, to attend a with Rogero.
the Boeing Co. every Christmas
family reunion and anniversary The prosecution contended two
1 1r
from 1954 through 1962.
party. She returned to Indianato of Kraly' statements from the
board a plane for home and Last year the company gave witness stand conflicted with the / / r
) up the prattles and a labor un. rALLIED
landed In Miami Tuesday night.
13-page document he signed. o
Ion took the case to court, demanding .
Her brother Gary, Terry Els. that the The winless said he read the
berry and Paul Barber drove to company arbl. document hastily before Initial. ;)
trate thelslue.Judge .
Miami to pick her up and bring Allen K. Grim ruled lug each page and signing It In ,

THE' HEAVY DASHES on this ,map show,, thtt,j oundar ,between East i1.J her homer. and Mrs. W.T. Scott had that the turkeys were not sub. al 1902.requests He complained for a copy that of the sever affidavit 2101 DAVit BLVD, MI Whir .Il.,
ertl and Central'Tfnte Zones, in ,Wet Florida., A, strtrajrf(I movement'in -'"<, as their guests over the week. jest arbitration. ., were Ignored by govern
this area is plugging for the whole state of Florida to 'come under end their son and daughter-in- I ment officials. ALLIED rtrWTtesr'cmSr II:?

the EST umbrella. law, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Scott The wedding ring Is a Rogero Is charged with evad. C.wm.rei.I'lln! 'l 'end all RokM Domicile e.( Ml/.r Rtlrlr| AppllincM.llon: EquipmentGENERALELECTRIC w4iiJIr
of Stark They also visited Mrs. pledge of the sealing of the lug payment of $167,000 l lit In.
Confusing SituationThey Scott's sister, Mrs. Virginia marriage pact, like the be come taxes during the years
Hamilton In Everglades, and her trothal ring. 19S6.57.58. a

Want To Change

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Florida's Time ZonesBY ; . f!,

HAMPTON DUNN consider that a change Eastern> dividual may have equally valid:!!
PENSACOLA . The chaste: Standard Time would be ado. reasons for preferring that we
plane bearing a statewide candl. vantageous to them." remain on Central Time as 1Uvt
date from South Florida and nil i we are now. Therefore our "of. i
party during the primaries la M t PRETTY PLEASEt flcial' position Is not one of
May was approaching the alrpoal t The tactful Admiral puts II l; advocacy, but rather one hope.
Panama City this way: "While we were among: ful anticipation of having the
Th candidate stretched,,, the first to indicate that our NaY)' majority of Northwest Floridians
preened himself, put on Ml i flight schedules and recreational <. decide they would prefer Eastern iOI" 1
brightest smile and prepared foi. time would both be benefited I I Time...
another round of handshaking; by a time change, we are also 1 Admiral Smith continued In his I
the first to realize that "
among statement, "As to the effects on ,
way.1 i many other groups and 110Sheppard's 1 the station a time change would
be certain they had the candl permit us to finish flight opera
date'i speech notes handy, new lions one hour earlier (sunwise)
releases for the press, documents .i each day and thus preserve that '
for props, names of the hour for enjoyment of the manl.
local campaign leaders who would fold recreational opportunitieshere .
be at the airport to greet the in Pensacola."As Q\ .

candidate . i: Freedom At It Is, our flight operations 1
Someone In the entourage peek, usually do not commence until 1
ed out a window expecting to sea <. more than one hour after the
large crowd welcome the dls.tlngulshed sun Is up. With a time change
rtiltor. What he saw I Stake Today this hour could be used for flyIng .
were a couple of "grease nearly year round making
monkeys' around the airport and another hour of recreational
very little other signs of life,. AKRON Ohio (AP)-Sam available at the end of our fly.
Now U this arrival had bee i Sheppard's freedom was at Ing day, which normally runs .............
Just one hour later, there wouldIndee4 I I stake today *t s hearing by the from approximately 7:30 a.m to
have been a large crowdon 6th VJS Circuit Court of Ap. 5:30 p.m" I- If.
hand, a noisy motorcade would peals. The Navy leader explained that
have been formed the press The three-judge panel will the time difference has little : s
would have been there with hear arguments on a stay order effect personally on the fliers.
cameras and note pads . that followed the convicted wife Greenwich England Time Is used
slayer's release from prison last for all flight planning purposes
SOMEBODY GOOFED Thursday on a writ of habeas which Admiral Smith points out
But someone had goofed backat corpus. nearly eliminates the possibility
state headquarters. He forgot Since his release, the 40.year. of serious confusion ss to time CENTRAL SYSTEM
that 10 countlesof the anhano old former Bay Village osteopath on flights which cross time
die areonCentralStandardTime, has married German divorcee &011...
while the remaining 97 countiesof Ariane Tebbenjohanna In The proposal to change the time
Florida live and campaign Chicago and visited New York cone for this area, which pro. Meinreint ele *4 emr>f+ Cenereit* I e4e-i by Eastern Standard Time. City. yokes opposition In some ) > vt 'tent kerne . .
Confusion such u this caw Sheppard, his wife, and attorney quarters, came before the Pen. veer * '
dldatt's mixup occurs frequently F. Lee Bailey were to fly to saeola City Council: at a time the A.fetjr, '..ct veie r ftaesxhif
for commuters between the two Cleveland this morning from members still were smarting f etily fort alUl in fee**
time &on... New York. Sheppard and Bailey under public criticism during a yevr.
However, a solution to the pro were to appear at (the hearing. heated discussion over fluoriditlon. .
blew may be In the offing. Mrs. Sheppard planned to accompany . The gun-shy politicos -
West Floridians, a sizable them to Akron. steered clear of the new Issue L 1 1
number of them, are promoting The latest In a maze of legal ss long as they could, but have 1
a movement to have allot Florida moves was a motion filed In now voted 7 to 3 to endorsethe
come under Eastern Standard Cincinnati Tuesday asking that time change.At .
Time, Just as Georgia and many the order that freed Sheppardbe the present, the time cone
other Eastern states are. set aside. runs between Alabama and Georgia .
And the drive Is getting off The order to cut short his until It hits the Florida State
the ground this tine, becausethe freedom was signed by VS. Ap. Line where It splits Florida be.
Naval Air Station officers, peals Court Judge Lester U Ce. tween the communities of Chat.
while disclaiming an"official po CU: of Dayton. Paul C. Welck of tahoochee and Snead', then runs
sition" on the subject, are en. Akron and Clifford XSulllvan of southward along the Apalachleola
counting the change mainly port Horton, Mich., will Join River until It comes to a point
so that Navy personnel will have Judge Cecil: for today's hearing. midway of Gulf County and veers
an opportunity to enjoy the abundance The stay order would cancel sharply to the west and runs out CONDITIONED AIR CORP'
of recreational facilities out Sheppard's $10,000 bond set by the coast at Beacon Hill. Those
here U.S. District Court Judge CarlA. seeking a change will ask that .
Rear Admiral Daniel F.Smlth, Weinmaa of Dayton. In set. EST take In all of the Panhandle,
Jr., chief of Naval Air Basic ting aside Shcppard's eonrle.tion. which means the state then would
Training at nsaeola, succinct Judge Weinman said Shep. come under one time zone
the card's rights to a fair trial had The battle cry of this group is
ly outlined wi Navy Pen
saeola Is among the many groups been violated because of ad. to "put"West Florida back In 510 I TENTH ST., N* NAPIES Ml 26147I

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"' ;'4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wf'd1'fBdl', July 22. Ilf! < ,
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GOP Leaders Shy Away From Today On .- I..'IOt .f 'I. I

Poverty Bill ath I Putting Squeeze On Cuba I

Barry But Won't Aid LBJ WASHINGTON (AP-A
$982.5-mlIllcm\ antlpovertv bll!: WASHINGTON (AP)-tPe/ Latin-American buyers to boy.
Bj! THE ASSOCIATED!: PRESS back the Arizona senator If heclarifies pointed toward a h ad.on riast Organisation of American i cott the products of European
AdoHn Republican polltl. or revises his views in the Senate today between th.<, ',- States Is expected to ask .l U t 1 countries trading with Cuba.
senator, say they can't support Kenneth B. Keating of Srn. Barry Goldwater, the Rei ,week to join In a new crark. many of the same things that
GOP nominee Barry Goldwatertor York announced their stands 1 publican presidential nominee. down on trade with Cuba. the Cubans require, those com
The ++" Should the bid be even p' r. panles Interested in Cuban trade
president_s of now. separate news conferences. many.tldert measure, lei : J"
z ,, might be faced with the loss of
None bolted the party. None Both supported Gov. Nelson mounted by Goldwater as der t ; Minister
said he would campaign for A. Rockefeller of New York for signed chiefly to get votrs IrJ :' : .,, markets more Important than
PreslJent. Johnson. the GOP nomination, and this year's election, Is being! & m)' undoubtedly would suiterserious those they could gain by open.
Most said Tuesday they might switched to Gov. William W,, pushed by President Johnson is >>, new damage through tf/e ing up commerce with Cuba
Scranton of Pennsylvania when t part of his declared war on po eM denial of badly needed Imports.
Rockefeller withdrew. verty. b+' Cuba's railway system Is reported .
Javlts, who Is not up for reelection As Senate Democrat! Leader l/ to be In a crippling state I
Nikita SeesGoldwater this year, said he would\1 Mike Mansfield of Montanat >N t i of disrepair. Trucks and bum
work for a state platform along called the bill up for action Ir, ) r are urgently required to replace Ponder
the lines proposed by Scranton, the Senate, the House Rules ll } yk worn>out highway t transport.
forces for a national platform al Committee planned to resume 'r People stand In long, slow.mo
As the San Francisco convention,. hearings on a companion mesa ''J: Ing lines to buy food at the
He said he hopes Goldwater will:1 lure. # stores. Curbs OnaCastroism
do something to enable him to)>> Administration leaders were !. > The price of gasoline, which ,
support the national ticket confident the committee would .. I. ; Cuba reportedly gets only from
Peace ThreatWARSAW Keating said he hasn't dodd,. clear the bill for action b\ thei ., Soviet sources, Is up to 60 cent
ed If he will seek re-election this House, but several days of hear I /t. { a gallon as against 34 cents -
year, but if he does It will\ be as i I Ings were In prosper. Once the :.. ,. )ear ago Production of sugar{
(At)-"Clean our an Independent Republican bill reaches the House floor, It Cuba's big export crop, Is iff
weapons, always keep our vlgl. Rockefeller has said he woule.upport 1 I will face stiff COP opposition. more than 33 per cent. WASHINGTON (.\p)-urged) "
lanre and stay on full alert," the coP; ticket. But he,I Among other things, the Sent 1t rav In the judgment of Secretary in by a march of Cuban exiles,; !
Soviet Premier Khrushchev told sharply criticized the statementon t: ate bill would establish a Job y y '.' of State Dean Rusk and some nf tome of whom rioted briefly t
the Communist bloc Tuesday extremism Goldwater madein I corps to help unemployed ;,:' .., the other Western Hemisphere Tut>sdj\ foreign ministers of
'light after attacking Sen. Barry i his speech accepting the,, youths obtain new skills and \ foreign meeting here this week, Western Hemisphere nationsconsidered
Goldwater and the Republican presidential nomination Since,, work experience, finance most "' .' the Castr 0 regime Is vulnerableon ( toda\ what steps to] ,
platform. then Rockefeller has made no i, of the cost of community pro. its economic front To tlipmit take against Cuban aggression.
Khrushchev spoke at t cele.: further statement. grams In such fields is health :.It< makes sense to seek to applynew Smrejary of State Dean Rusk,
bration of Poland's I 20th anniversary One prominent Now York Re. welfare and vocational relublll. f h. .. .. pressures among the purU pushing the United States re.]
as a Communist nation publican, State Senate Majority i tatlon, set up a new Volunteers live measures proposed for quest for action was among the)
after the U.S. and British am. Leader Walter J. Mahoney, said I i for America Corps to help oner-- ;. "" adoption because' of Castro's da\ '. Scheduled upeakpis.
bassado t walked out In protest he expected that "all Republl.cans f. ate various projects, provide . yx I' _." 'J; "to'i support of terrorist activities In A dash of several Iwiirtied
against attacks on U.S. policy will be able to support the i, loans and grants to low.Income .-- '\i!, ;J" -,, Veneuela last year. Cuban with hastily summoned
} by Po:Ish Communist party Goldwater.Mlller ticket as the i rural families, and assist ml. ;.. ..." ,.,'4Il ,, But the trend in Cuban trade police mined what had started
chief Wladyslaw Gomulka. campaign unfolds" grant farm families '...._. " with non-Communlst countriesIs out as a peaceful demonstration
Assailing the Republican plat' Other Republicans said they Goldwater criticized the bill ... "' "" ... t : now upward, after decliningfor b\ more than 5,000 Cuban pxllt"1) ,
form as warlike, Khrushchev ;are holding oft support of Gold Tuesday as "an attempt to reap '......' ... : four years. Britain and who came here to urge! ictloiij)
said It was adopted In San Fran. ,, '. , France have broken with Wu" against the Castro regime. i
water They included Coy John i political rewards from the .. .. ",, r!
& clsco ''In an atmosphere remln. tl] Reed of Maine, Rep. Silvio C. American. people's ,natural and 'tJ.W' ., Ington's policy of economic lx>J'" Mo IB than 400 metron|' >ltaii! |
latent of the fascist (Nazi) gath. ,(Conte of Massachusetts, State Humane: desire to Improve the '"""" " : ..-..", .' ,: cott in order to sell transportation : : and: park |>oll< pm >n, some onl)
rings In Nuernberg." ;Senate Majority Leader WilliamE. pot of our less fortunate cltIzens. : ,<.*'i_ v sr \ / 4(1105 equipment. Other European horseback ll'lt" motoicjcleii;; |l'
"The candidate put forwardS Ozzard of New Jersey, San ." allies may follow this lead h elped| the dlstuibame'which '
I for the presidency," Khrush. ,J. Glenn Beall of Maryland, lie was Joined by Sen. John G. WIIOLFSOME! FLORIDA LOOK is demonstrated here by Cypress The first question faced by the' bloke\ out when some of
chev continued without calling Mayor i Theodore R. McKeldln of Tower, R.Tex., in filing a ml. Gardens' Gn 'I(' Newbeiry.' Gaylo Is shown) on one of South Florida's United States and other Western the marchers Insisted on leav.
Goldwater by name, "made It \Baltimore, a former governor; norlty report on the bill, which benches getting set to enjoy a day at the beach. Obviously, she's al. Hemisphere nations, therefore! l ing the parade ionic to head to
clear that he wants to enter the ,and Rep. James G. Fulton of was approved by the Senate Labor ready done a little shelling Is whether they can arrest tnl/ th. Pan American Union bulldlnp!
White House under the slogans upward trend In Cuba's Koti. where, tin
I I :Pennsylvania.Fulton Committee on July 7 by a ----. -- foreign minister are'in '
of unbridled anti-communism said he felt more akin 13.2 vote. Communist trade and start it eel/Inc.
and war threats |to President Johnson than to Goldwater and Tower termed Materials Test Revolutionary Recovery Insur. declining again. Two Cubans :old a |uik |'NI.
** "The Soviet Union has al. I Goldwater but might write in a the measure "a hodgepodge! of Cuban Exiles rectlonal Movement (MIKR) and The proposed new move to llceman reielvpil hospital licit,
ready existed for 47 years. Dur. vote for Scranton. programs treating only the re. Commandoes L. "We energetically tighten the economic noose> meat and about 4" other Ciib.uiN
tog this period we have seen Sen. Clifford P. Case of New suits, not the causes of pover. Flight Of Craft protest this new attack around the Castro regime would ''were .heated. l for cuts, I hl'IIISt'II'1|
various mad and half.mad men. ;Jersey said his mall Is 20.1 In ty." And they said that "what. and spoilage by those who not mean any change in U-S. 'exhaustion sad heat I'l'IIhtr.lttoll'l]
t We have never been afraid nor j favor of his decision not to sup. ever Its professed purposes; It Called SuccessCAPE Angry At U.S. should be our best allies." policy. This country has had Three men and one woulaul
are we afraid of threats. We (port Goldwater unless the Arlzo. seems designed to achieve the The antl-Castroltes said tinearms total embargo on trade with arioMcd on dlsoKli-ih col"luck,
cannot be Indifferent however KENNEDY (AP) A Cuba since February 1962 except iharRps: ,
nan( modifies his views. single objective of securing laden boat had been surprised WIMP relpisc.\ ) after
t toward threats." McKeldln said he understood votes." winged spacecraft successfully and attacked by commu. for food and medicine. poking I ollateral.
Gomulka also attacked Gold. rocketed over a scorching 12,. RaidsMIAMI nests off The new proposal, however, Most or the \
,new voter registrations In Daltl. In contrast, the majority re. Halting the north coast of Via. lemoiihtratoiNj: ,I
water. He said It was doubtful 000 mlle.an-liour ballistic course would put an Inter.AmerUan hid I apfioaipd In a hippy mood
i more are 10.1 Democratic,while port said the bill marks "a com. tanzas Province parly Tuesday ,, '
the Republican candidate would t the: normal ratio Is 31. mltment by the Congress and today on a flight Intended to then had to flee Into U. S. walers. > sanction behind what has been as they i an'led slcm "Cuba hl'l,
I I be elected, "but the very fact that In Harvey, HI., the Rev. Wll. the nation to dedicate them. test materials for maneuverable (AP) Angry Cuban Five men, four of them Cu. primarily a United States drive I nussii! no," and "We savt (:Uh.l,
a man or his caliber has been I bur N. Daniel, Negro candidate selves to the elimination of dep. manned space vehicles. exiles today blamed the United bans, were aboard. so far, and Washington officials i" nominated Illustrates by Itself I for Congress on Chicago's South rlvatlnn and dependency III this The sleek black payload was'States-"who should be our best The American aboard IdcntU believe this could have one i gitlipred: here from Miami, New!
the danger threatening peace In J Side, said he would not support land." propelled skyward by. two. allies" 4or thwarting antl-Cas. fled himself as Don Baker, freelance practical result. It could cause Cork, Baltimore and other East
the world'on the part of aggres. I GoldwaUr. stage Thor-DeJta rocket which tro raids twice within two days. photographer of Fort Lau. (Coast cities as well is from,!i
dive Imperialist circles In the blasted! away from Cape Ken. derdale.A (Chli'ago.VeiieUfla.
In Seattle, Lou Kessler, form SECOND PARTY 'A 3Wool arms laden boat was
United States and their West I er chief parole and probation of. nedy at 10:39 a.m. (EST). seized Tuesday at Sugar Loaf dozen automatic rifles l Start BuildingNew I Is pressing I the: Ortanlzation -(
WICHITA Kan. (AP) Joe The craft darted to alt). '
German an
allies of AmerlcanStatesforlomppt
who demand nu. fleer for the state of Washing Key, south of here. Two days homemade bombs, hand gre.nades Million I
clear ftiydor figure someone Is having tude of about 40 miles and then $50 | sanctions
weapons and against
ton, filed as a candidate for gov.ernor ago a plane with four bombs grenade launchers, a
=' -U.S. Ambassador John parties it the expense of hi. creamed back through the at. ap Cuba: under the 1947 Inter::
Moore .20 millimeter
p, opposing| two GOP candl. parently destined for Cuba was cannon, ammunl. Sarasota College
vKiOtf Walked our after bakery company. mosphere to landing lniUlt,1( American Treaty. An OAS Inves.
Gomulka dates -h* saW s-had? tt 4. S neat
an I id that the United: States selves to Gofdwater's coattails. *[!: nyder''told'rltce locks < .ba11dila Atlantic Ocwrwter""''' ' a 25-mn*- Beach. .Fail.IttV r a shrapnel bomb were seized SARASOTA (AP) Workmen jRatlng 'ymniitlee fins sup.
and West Germany have "a and on 'a company Mick ute flight .. from the boat, Dottle Z Third. i start construction today on t.$. !>orted Venezuela's diarge that
common platform of militant Edward the Confessor took e large batch of cakes The Air Fore reported an "Taking our planes, boats and The Insurrecetlonal Movementand duties<. for the $50 million Sew astro: agents planted( n three,
antl.communlsm and of pushing r Founded London's Westminster and other goodies.It aircraft had spotted the vehicle arms will not disarm us," saida Commandoes L bombed a 'I College, In the planning for ton:' cache of arms In VenerueUo
the world to the brink of war." Abbey in 1605. such was, he said, the second in the water just 15 miles shortOf "war communi qUA" from the Cuban sugar mill June 19. I three years. tl supply' pro.Commuulat query
theft in
recent month its Intended target ra rillas.

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Top Rated Sarasota TeamTournament ; 4 ii t te (AP)-Stu Mil

tor Is in a slump, and so are thi,
Baltimore Orioles

play for !tnt :Naples ; Sarasota Nationals won thi 'y Rw'da< o'' ,4 rye Going into July with Mlllei.
Little $11- District 9 championship in 196::) l at his best, the Orioles enjoyec I
!Tar team
begins Thursday League in Sarasou$ when, and 1963 and went on to finis!h a three.game lead In the Ameri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

second In the state finals i an League pennant race.
Naples the field igalnst i
a 1962 and win the state champion* On Juh 1, the 36.year.old re,' 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS U ,'dne day. July 22, 1964
strong Sarasota National Lea
specialist saved his Hiti
gue club ship last year. In both years,, ime for an Oriole teammate
_the Nationals defeated !:
Naplei f
and in addition he had a 4.1
in district play. won.lost record. Starting or
Harry Billie The Naples: youngsters woulc l April 28, he had allowed only Baseball
like to deflate the Sarasota boy!a five runs and 27 hits in 3'72.3 4f.

Get Crack in the first round before a big Innings spanning 24 appearan ,
May partisan Sarasota crowd. If Naples ,.es, ,

wins Thursday the team' If Jhs But Miller served up a bases Roundup
At CatchingHarry will play Sarasota's Florida Lea loaded homer to Willie Smith ol ,ly" THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

gue all-stars at 3 p.m. Friday the Los Angeles Angels to low I
Blllle may get a chancito at Tlce-East Fort Myers. 10.6 on July 2.He has lost three i I II By MIKE RATHET gels' 2.0, 3.2 sweep over the Chi.
go behind the plate soon forth!* John who more since.and the Orioles hav i I Assocated Press Sports Writer cago White Sox.
Gastonia Pirates in the We* Manager lamurrl tumbled Into second place five Billy Williams hit a two-strike Romano a catcher the first
tern Carolina League. will{ be assisted by Ed Davis per,:entage points behind the pitch for a two.run homer that game was in the outfield when
A traveling scout In the Pitt* Is about set on his starting line New York Yankees. provided the Chicago Cubs with his third homer of the evening

burgh organization, in a visit t<9 up, but Is still undecided as to ---.,.- /I. .';;';- In his 41st game of the season the runs they needed to whip" triggered an elght.run Indian
Gastonia, wondered why BlUle,, which of three boys will take the TOt'Cllf'-. Tuesday Miller allowed two San Frnclsco 2.1 Tuesday uprising in the eighth inning of
who has done extensive catching mound Thursday He probably : Paul Pcsthy left, of New Brunswick goes under the thrust of Robert Beck singles, a homer, and a walk night. the Cleveland-Baltimore night.

in his ballplaylng Career, hadnol t will pick between pitchers Bill Boston to score a point that helped make him one of the fencers on the five.man t..S. while retiring only one batter as Williams' homer, his 23rd cap

been used in that position this season Tucker, Ray Jensen,or Bill Ray- Olympic: epee team. the Cleveland Indians rallied for made the Cubs the latest entry The big inning sent the
at Castonla. bum. --- --.-'- eight runs and an 8-3 second In the National League pennant Orioles reeling into second

A change the Gastonia management At the other positions, !Naples: game victory to complete a twl. sweepstakes as they climbed place five percentage points
may give the Seminole: Is scheduled to line like thief Williams Wins Summer Hoop LeagueBowen's night doubleheader sweep over the .500 level with their behind New York.
his chance to work behind the j up John Romano who hit two fourth straight victory and Power was back at first base
plate Bob Clear managed the, Chris Provenzano behind the TKO Over BanksIn homers in the 4.2 first game eighth in 10 games moving into in the White Sox.Angels second
G-Plrates for the first half of f r plate, Joe Oration at first base victory launched the rally with contending position 7V4' games game after an enforced 10-day(

the season and used Billie at: Gary Hartford at second, David Sixth Round Team On his third homer of the night. off the pace layoff-the result of a run.ln

third base, first base, and short Darley at third, Greg Hall at HOUSTON (AP) Cleveland,, Top, After Woodle Held's three.run The Giants, meanwhile con. with umpire Jim Honochlck In

stop.New shortstop and Don Ilumer, Mark Williams, the fourth ranked homer off Miller put Cleveland tlnued their skid, losing their Los Angeles
manager Ray Hathaway' Allen, and David Vachon In the heavyweight, pounded young: ahead 6.5. The final two runs seventh in the last nine games He came up in the seventh
reportedly is considering giving outfield. Sonny Banks of Detroit for five Tie For SecondThree scored on Romano's single and and falling a full-game behind inning with two outs and
Blllle a chance to catch "I round! Tuesday) night and 3-Way an error. front-runnlng Philadelphia. The cracked a bases.loaded single

think he'd be happier there," THEY'RE READY TOO stopped him with a technical "Let's see, since the All Star Phillies, also struggling, defeat. off Gary Peters that broughtthe
Rollle Rice Dlllle's long-time knockout we're 8 and 8 OrioleManar.r ed Milwaukee Angels from behind and
at 2:59 of the sixth game, 6.3 for only their
Other boys who will be ready teams ended In added 12 Can Sharp 10 and AI
adviser and friend observes. round of their scheduled 10, a second.place Hank Bauer said after fifth victory in the last 14 pushed the Sox into third place,
to action Hank Watkins tie after last Hackney and Bill McC'lntock!
see are night'ssummer six
Castonla's this half off
catchers season round heavyweight fight Baltimore dropped Its first dou. games one game the pace
have not hit well. Though Paul Llndabury and Oly Cowles. Williams relentless! stalkedthe recreation basketball each.Clark'. bleheader of the season. "And Elsewhere the New York Boston defeated Detroit 7.5 on
Unable to play are vacationing Oetrolter and knocked him mar's doubleheader that ended this sum. team forced Bernard's Miller has lost three of them." Mete dropped thlrd-place Cln. Dick Stuart's three.run homer

slvely. Bruce Griffin and Injured Jay down once each In the fourth nlne.game schedule. team into overtime by overcom. Bauer said he was at a loss clnnatl 3'/i games by beating and Kansas City nipped Mlnne.
his speed and hustle would give Lawrence The latter has his and fifth rounds, the Jerry Howell says ing a 10-point deficit in the last to explain Miller's sudden Inef.fectlveness. the Reds 402. Pittsburgh rode sots 5-4 on Rocky Colavlto's
Gastonia better back stopping than left arm in a sling, the result Williams weighed 217 pounds be gymnasium will quarter. Carl Witkop scor. Nor did he offer Jerry Lynch' grand slam horn. two.run double In other AL
open Thursday at 7:30 ed the only two points of the
the team has been getting of hitting his elbow on the ground Banks 199't.' for two hours of athletic actlvl.ty. p.m.. overtime to win It( for the Bernard any solution" except to "sweatit er to an 8.4 victory over St. games. ,
An Infielder this summer and while from Inside A crowd of 9,000 saw the fight out. Louis and Houston edged the
falling away an Forty to 50 boys have at. forces. Witkop led the team
last winter In the Arizona Inst rue.tional card. It was Williams' 49th Los Angeles Dodgers 1.0 on Al usa BUY PAYS OFF
pitch! In a recent practice tended the
had little game. Tuesday and Thurs. with 22 points, and Dennis Fields
leagueBillle very The team went to Sarasota knockout lit now has a GO.5.1 1 day sessions, lifting weights scored 12, Ed Stoner 10, Pedro Spangler's homer. DETROIT (AP In 1958,
infield In
prior school and LPglonball.BllIlewas experience high this afternoon Intending to stay record Banks, who never fought working out on the trampoline Sar six, and Hackney two. Women's Western Canadian Edward P. Taylor sent

a pitcher catcherand outfielder. overnight and be well rested a a round record as of an 18 amateur victories, now and has six shooting baskets, and playing Clark was the night's leadIng By DICK COUCH Ncarclic l here for the MichiganMile.

Last week,the 19GZ Naples High for the big game Thursday. Many defeats ping-pong. scorer with 34 points He Amateur Tourney Associated Press Sports Writer The colt won in 1.16: t'5'
School grad had his worst field* local fans are expected to make Van Weeks' team upended was assisted by Archie Turner's The New York Yankees trim. for Q course record Taking part

leg lapse of the year with six the 108-mile trip to see the boys Marty Bowen's championshipclub eight points, and Mike Sharp and med Washington 7.1 Tuesday of the winnings, Taylor visited
errors at shortstop in three In action PGA Gets Green last night 64.52, enabling Goodlette had four apiece. Stars 2 Blondes night. Saratoga and paid 33,000 at the

games But he recovered at bat The Little League field Is onSaruola's Weeks' team to Join In the three, CHICAGO (AP)-Two blonde Then they wound up on top yearling sales for a filly later
way tie for second place. Also of the American when named Njlalma.
and in the field, and through last northeast side. The Light To Move dolls are the talk of the Worn League
Thursday' actlMt he had raised Involved in the tie are Tom Ber LeagueLeaders John Romano powered Cleve. Natalma won three races in two
en's Western Amateur Golf
his batting average from 223 to recommended route Is to follow From ClubhouseWEST nard's team and Steve Clark's. Tournament which enters the land to a 4.2, 8.3 doubleheader canons, was retired and bred
232. U.S. 301 through town to 12th The Bernard forces edged sweep over Baltimore and Vie to Near tic. Her first foal was

On Wednesday CastonU beats Street, then turn right and go a The Professional PALM BEACH Golfers(AP- Clark's squad last night 52SO second round Barbara today. White Power came through with the Northern Dancer, winner of thisyear's
Asso. They are Fay
couple miles to the ball park. in overtime. big hit in the Los Angeles An.
Lexington, 103. Billie hit three Kentucky Derby.
elation Is free today to stay- __ 23, daughter of a Shreveport
Bowen's team ended
singles, driving In two runners, or move out-of its new PGA the sea. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS La. golf pro, and Llda Matthewsor
.. .. .
and stole a baae. The next day son with a 6.3 record. All the !
National Golf Club at Palm American League Portsmouth, Ohio, wnose nest
Gastonia stole nine bases In a ATHLETES ON TOUR Beach others had 4.5 marks. Weeks' HOME PRO
Gardens previous tournament effort
team took a good lead at the out. Batting ((225 at bats)-Ollva, was
0-1 victory over Lexington again NEW YORK (AP) Athletes
The 2nd District Court of Appeals Minnesota .333 Allison Mlnne. reaching the semifinals this year
and Blllle accounted! for two of and daredevils from 14 countries I at Lakeland announced set, but Bowen's club twice came ; in her state's amateur tourna
Iota and Mantle New
the steals. He also sIngled.walk. will take in nine within two points in the last quaff York,
part a -clly tour I reversal Tuesday of a temper. .324.
I'd. scored twice, and drove in a called The ter. Weeks' team pulled well ment.Miss Get Lower Scores
.Wonderful World ofSprttm'ClJiefpttupe I any circuit court order for the ahead In Runs Ollva, Minnesota 69 White, 1962 runner-up In SteadyHe
again the last ;
'Un Ullp' i Til / 111 wil JJ, I PGA to maintain operation of mlnutesvj',\lIl.on.Mll\IU'lou.. 04. .1!.1"I the Western won the South At.i' ..Ltu.i.gt. ...
Weeks led his
nannarrears' In the be a yyrmu.lic, learn' representing t.he clubhouse with John D. club with 30 lantlc, Palm Beach and Florida I
Runs batted In-Stuart Bos
latest Issue of theSportlngNews, (the AAU. I MacArthur developer of Palm points, and got help from Bill ton 82 Killebrew East Coast tournaments this This it the ninth in a series of 1/0(1( PW1.1 le 1 ..,,n\i,,
um| r Class A highlights He was The tour begins a three-day I Beach: Gardens Splngler with 20, Glen King eight, 70., ; Minnesota season

hjr by a pitch In a recent game run at Utica' N.'V., on Sept. II MacArthur had filed a breath Dudley Goocilette, Jim Fredrick Hits.-Ollva 131 Miss White registered one of By TONY CASABELLA
With Shelby and was one of tour and will include appearances at ()f contract suit contending the son, and Gary Hatfleld two each. Robinson Minnesota 110. ; the most lopsided victories of Pro, Crescent Hill C. C., Louisville

Gastonia batters hit by one pit. Bultimore, Montreal Toronto ]PGA refused to accept the club. Bowen was in front for his team Doubles Baltimore- Bressoud, Boston I the tourney's 64-year history on triltfn for AP Neuafeosurr.The .
cher The Shelby pitcher net a Rochester: N.Y., Washington I house. The PGA maintained the with 18 points and Charles Flood. and Ollva Minnesota 24 A11U Tuesday by blasting 19.year.old
league In record by hitting(lour men Del ten t, J Pittsburgh and I'hita I clubhouse and grounds were not ------ -- son, Minnesota, 23. ; Fela Chavez of Mexico City 9 head must be kept In a fairly steady position to keep your I

five Innings. Uulphia. completed. Triples Yastrremskl, Bos. and 8. Miss Chavez shot a swing within a reasonable arc.

Phillies Ride ton and Versalles steady three.over.par 40 on the Of course, there are playerswho
""' s. ",i_. ....: ''' "' ....... ,, _...-3'" "''''1!: Inne"ola. first nine of the 3'7.36-73
o; rregosi, ix>s Angeles, 1. par hit with some movement of
Out Storm In Home runs-Killebrew, Mlnne 'I Oak Park Country Club course, the head and actually do well
sota, 33; Powell Baltimore 26. 'only to be eight-down as Miss
White fired But, In the final analysis the
a 32.
fit M d 'yM t FSe. Stolen bases-Aparlclo, Baltimore .
Spite Of Stall 34; Wets, Chicago 16. The 24.year.old Miss Mat. golfer with the steady head lathe 1
Pitching ((10 decisionsBunk. I II thews ousted defending champion one who will make the lowest

MILWAUKEE: er, Baltimore 10.2. .833 Ford I Barbara Mclntlre of Colorado .
CAP) Despite ; score. Two of the greatest examples
their worst slump of the season, New York, 12.3. 800. I Springs, former British
of this Ben
are Hogan
and U.S. Amateur tltllst and
the Philadelphia Phillies are rid Strikeouts Radalz Boston,
ing out the storm in first placein 119; Pascual Minnesota 116. two-time winner of this meet. and Sam Snead.
the National League pennant '" Miss Matthews blew a 3-up If the head stays steady on the ,
chase. National;; League 'lead at the turn, but hung on to backswing it will help eliminate ...
"We Just haven't Batting (223 at bats Cle. 'settle for 1-up on the 18th hole.
played as ( ) swaying and help you to shift
t "" clean baseball as we did In the mente, Pittsburgh .346; WIl. *
your weight properly Swaying
first two months, but we're still Hams, Chicago .343. .
leading the league and what Runs May., San Francisco, nausea many golf problems, Including

can vou do with a team like 76; Allen, Philadelphia 67. sliced, topped and "fat"
that," Manager Gene Mauch Runs batted in Santo Chi. THEM shots

said Tuesday night after the cago, 68; Mays, San Francisco. It also Is a major cause of I loss
Phils defeated the Milwaukee 67.
vy of distance In swaying, a playermoves
Braves 6.3. Hits-Williams, Chicago 123; pll
1 "We played terrific baseball Clemente, Pittsburgh 121. his hips to the right foot

... < for the first two months, mak. Doubles Clemente, Pitts too much and the right leg bends
;;. v 'ng few mistakes, and some. burgh, 25; Williams Chicago B to the right. If the head li kept
v':>, : thing had to give," Mauch add. 23. steady, the weight will not have
ed. "I don't know of any team Triples Plnson Cincinnati By THI ASSOCUTFD alii
as a tendency to ton
great move
""' that ever went through a season; 9; Santo, Chicago, 8.
(!';{' n'IDV '' (:" ) f without playing some giveaway Home runs-Mays, San Francisco American League much to the right.
i"I! <> the tan Angeles! 1)()d n\I'1I W. L. Pet. G.B.
hit 1\ Now we Just have to 29 23. One way to detect if you are
'litdu'l'' ;' nuhl "f the! ChU'IIIW> Cubs. The ball M :-nt start play Williams Chicago,
off Buhl'g 0loWU'1| first bas(' \\ Cl'l' r1'l1l Dank fielded it and slid ing the way we were-cleanly. Stolen bases Wills, Los An.Ii Baltimore York 54 34 .614 moving your head too much Is to
58 38 .609 -
I to tirat bLt Huw:1l'J: slid 1\ little fustcr and was aaCe. It happened ferent"The pennant rare is not dlf. geles 31; Brock, St. Louis 21. Chicago 55 36 .604 V4 go out on a sunny day and posItion -
now than when Pitching ((10 decisions) -Kou.
during! a game: In Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles. oft The team that gets lI'e teed the fax, Los Angeles 14.4, .778; Loa Angeles /98 ,509 9V4 yourself so the shadow of

- -- pitching and makes the fewest Bruce, Houston, 11.4, .733. Minnesota 476 ,505 9V4 your head envelops an object

mistakes will be In business |In Strikeouts Koufax, Los An. etrolt 407 .491 % such as a piece of paper If,
.I October" gales 36; Drsdale, Los An. ,oston. 469 .484 II1* during swing the shadow
- - .level and IM your .M
it so .4si!l
geles, 151.MEN'S Kansas City 35 53 ..376 21'/i' leaves the object, your head Is TONY CASABELLA

BEFORE YOU BUYA Washington 36 61 .371 22ft moving sideways or up and down Shodowi Are Telltale

Cleveland Tuesdays 4.8. Baltimore Results 2.3 ,Corrective. measures must betaken iI I rl i

Los Angeles 2-3. Chicago 0.2
1 The head must not be too rigid n aturally as the hands move up.
New York 7, Washington
Boston 7, Detroit 5 on the lollow-through. It Is 1m- ward toward the finish of the

USED CARCOME Kansas City 5, Minnesota 4 i portant to allow the head to turn ;S'wing
Today's Games .
WORKBUYS Cleveland at Baltimore, N
Washington at New York
Los Angeles at Chicago N
IN FOR A Kansas City at Minnesota N GARDEN Everythingfor

Detroit at Boston, N

EEiNSPECTION- from $6.99Men's National W, League L. Pet. G.B. ./ your making gardening

Philadelphia 53 37 .589 ; fun . from

San Fran. 54 40 .374 1 L tJ
Cincinnati 51 42 ,548 J'/i hand tools to
ENGINEER BOOTS Pittsburgh 46 42 .323 6 -- fertilizer
Milwaukee 47 44 .316 6V4 nEW
only $9.95 St. Louis 47 45 .511 7 I)

Mens Chicago 46 45 .303! 7V4 OWNER SAYS: .
Los Angeles 45 47 .489 9
WELLINGTON BOOTS Houston 43 52 .433 12V4 "Com In and Let's Get Acquainted" ..

New York 28 66 .298 27
Tuesday's Results
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Philadelphia Milwaukee
Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis 4 I DEPARTMENT WIDE CLEARANCE ,

SHOESKwik r.w'ork 4, Cincinnati 2 1 ALL ITEMS AT SPECIAL PRICES

Houston I, Los Angeles 0 11"IIIHlllltltltIllIItAlllll! IltUIItIAItlIllItllItIUIIIII"IIItII/I"nUIlIIIllIIlIUIIIIlL" / ,
Chicago 2, San Francisco 1
Chek Shopping Center Today's Games

Sunoco I MI 2-2052 Chicago Philadelphia at San at Milwaukee Francisco, N Naples Garden Spot

I OPEN FRI. 'Ml 9 SAT. 'til 7 Houston at Lot Angeles
TRAIL AT CENTRAL 2-6333 Pittsburgh at St. Louis, N 467 3th Aft. So. MI 2.2840

New fork at Cincinnati, N

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Wednesday! July 22 1981 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

E-x.p-a-n-d-i i n 9


Many local concerns are finding that they are burst- By MARION SORENSEN j

ing at the seams, with the result they are finding it ORNER I (

necessary to embark on expansion programs. . -IA"

These expansions coupled with the record volumeof

new construction impress visitors to Naples.

There are many aspects to tx i FINE LAN I sI
\ considered when Judging how rood I BELLES N BI AV.sV ,,! 1

.: j 'wv t.20rd ..ir"I1tir! "'r a sport a person Is when bowling,, Buckets and Snipers n 1 11. 1 I

1 Of course, one of them Is courts. eda game, Gene Tlllmvi" ,,1tf< --

ty to fellow bowlers. This can I i a 653-236-223 Man Joi.i','' 4.

be In many phases, such as nol:: 185 and Ruth Nichols' 4"::1.> li' re

Interfering with their bowling I> ular plat\ Gene Chamtwrin.. Ie I

; any manner by word or deed,,i the scoring with a W4.-( '' '

., Another would be ridiculing the I'Baldwin 582.215.:: Mar.. < Buckner"

1:" way a personbow1stor example 4, used a 193 for a big r 48. Shine - - - - - - - -
a peculiar stance, approach, d 6.Johnson 337.211:! Bettve Hose '.

,n ; o livery or method of holding the I' man 478177. Jack Huh her "'.x. 'rOB 48-Apts. For Rent
" ,
ball. a 202 single OU) Carlton 199

tT We all know there Is a standard .> Don Chesser 193 Ina Bunting; RVHItER STAMPS Nice I APT bedroom FOR"01.RENT Unfurnlth.ad. .

form for bowling, but ho\' 170, Audra McConke\ 167 Ka> with .,.". 4 refng Carport

many people use It? Look a:''Moble) 113\ Marlva Boyd 161 WantedPosition ttororoom.near beech Centrilly|7> M per.located

the pro bowlers and you will tint I and Doroth Zollei 151. Diane 15-Salet Help month year round. Randolph
Fuller, Realtor, Ml 124.
very few who are orthodox li i Carlton with a 98 average toss- Opin'ng M EilabliihidMan'i "to4STrailers

their form. It Is whether yo u led fame of 136.132 and Virgin. employment.

get those pins or not that counts,,1 la Morgan converted the 3.7.10. .ollit.T'I.. if
preferred but not necniiry
; The score sheet doesn't show the I 1 The Gutter Duster lead with willing to leirn. Age (2 to II.Mirrnd For Rent

delivery. 29 out of 40 Snipers 23'' Good Chiricter
quelifl., week, with' TV.
: lend a reiume of your Traitors tl a
i R.11t14BUI Pure Lucks 24V, b 6 G Rockers citioni to Collier County N....., tlO a w..... Specie It a week

nr l4'0 1 'kf ",I II 24, BeBop 22, Shur Shuts Buck.I Sot 1717 A 17 7/ll.tf- Nock Creek ".l., Park,

The NWBA executive I I eyes and Go Getters :21!I earn 47.IHTrede
26-Personal '.Iu. I 0'I Cornel ler
meeting will be held July 27tl '
I I iMalnllners 191/, late 4 wheel 117
at Brookstde Bowl. Member> 18 Gators 16Duda 14'' :, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Cutlass Drive. t .j/:1,. .

of this executive board are thi I> X's, 11V and Gas Lights 91,: M. O. ..om... won. drmkinproblem. MO i im. I/1*'*!.
lop IY call
Ask neap
officers of the NWBA and league:[ SCRATCH. Gene ng Ml ? 4)4I Visitors cordiallyw.icomed 49 Hous For RentIlieJroomrfiiriiiiried
presidents or their appointed r e M..tnl' .n
presentatlves. Tlllman again led the league with I.phll Chuch Ann. Sn IINSt house

ot 226.234.202 for a ft fill AvHonor V Tun lid air conditioner. Michigan' Avenuo. .
Chamberlin 586-221. \ Fri, n511 It 1 la P M near Party Pantry Inquire .
BROOKSIDE BOWL aeries Cene 1141 Prank Whitman. MI

BUCKS 'N SQUAWS Joe Salmon ., 220, Marvin Lightner 562-197 23-Miic. For SaleWarohau.o 0 ueI1. '/I7JII

kept the deck swept cleat I Richard Golden 556 and bedroom Mull furiilf.hW.Call .

as he tossed games of 124.212tor !t Hague 55S. Burt Walworth registered A"I.bl. 'OdO.Io. Ml {.?*" 7/7.tf

a 612 set Wes Henson trlec I a 211, Bud llasclnger, 202 / Drool and HurrcoeH proof '50-Kooms For Rent
Tom Egle.I Nnrbek Cop eOI I 1101. Hopi.,
193 (
INTER-COUNTY Telephone System's new addition ;under way with to catch him but, even though he I Em Emmerlck Fli Ml 71111 1/111 w 11 Room for Worhmej Men See

I Cecil A. Tuell of Naples and H. L. Long of Fort Myers as the general fired a 608.a 247 Rex game Polly, he came ended up wit wit hStandard I I! ,011 B.D.No.Hyder 2 holds ( MOVING 4 oar lloolt_ 'FOR, SALE: Ave Mrs, South.Pritlon Niplit.,..III.. Fla Ill, 10th

contractors. In the league followed I .01... flit 95
a 569.195. For the fair sei i'place I II I
cmiii table,
Juanita Snyder took the honor I Wimps Texaco, Brehm'a f audio couchot, f4-Trad.. or Sell
-: IlIe -
Doc Broughton's, : Jehilrt.
4 with a 504.181. Eva Hogue trail. ,
Oil No. I : Ml 1S Inetrc Will in Like Park
Standard Irndi ratify
> n ed by only a few pins and list., Construction, home (or lend in City or Coon.l .
Furniture Fair and Ringers.PARENT ., Call MI t 4JII. I/* If
ed a 500.183. Lucille Lord hac I W.' h..I. '0 gal

i' a 468. Rose Morrison 461, Bei. CHILD-Fay and Dennis end Ion' I dl,laboratory sink' toilet sink'

r'N r r 7 1 4I Mohrbacher 459 and Loretta ElSe, Hatcher posted a 1226 let Cell Ml" 23101 will fist 57-Housts For SaleS

terly 452. Charlie Rice reach, Fay listing a 496 and r-

ed a 202 loner, John Zate 200,,,442 (plus the conversion of O E. Room Air Conditioner. I.dreomurnnh.d ........
O E.0": doubli avin aye. air c..I1.....'. Michigin Avenue
Earl Campbell 191.195. Bud 8.7). Th Smiths had a 1220 I : : Both pricticilly: : niw. Air ConV0.nrJIM soar Poorly Pintry. ,Inulre .
I Hogue 192, Bob Easterly 190,, Robert showing games of : Rang.i II IM 1141 Frank Whitmin. Ml
MI 20121 7117.11 ?
r O.B. Osceola 19S,Paul Abraham.,189 and Becky rolling two ..tI. llr.MI
y l Mound 4 ( "." iionn bedroom I belli, me* naigivborfcood.
r "
194. 2 with
Wanda No.
( son Rice had a nice tames. Dun All >iti< a colors Cm be low down. peyment.Ml
; 179 game, Donna HaUey 137,Ruth 461.180 and Petey'a 140 single bought tipiriti or fine dengnid I.MM after Use: P.M.
Campbell 195, Shirley Haynes totaled a 1192. Merrell and inmll Phene for r/l.,M
fro nlm.la STOHIC"A'T
147.140 and Martha Piercy 111 reached a 4G8. Bill Tracy pro.dured 0 p'TRMI111199M1a21,101" Want to track 1 bedroom trailer
SUMMER COMMERCIAL -, a lone 195, Chris ,' with washing machine, 4e
Junior tried for 600 I Howell 157 and Sal.ly awning. I utility cobmot, for a
Simpson a 143 David
33-Servicei Offered I Bid room "0"... Ml 2 49n
r and only one mark kept him away. Dun 144.133.HIGHLANDS. f/IMI

Using a 218 high he tallied S89. Tile and Tirrario floor/ riconditionin Attention M,. .o.' Dwnir.
Marvin LeMasters MDCED- Leading by ITONCCHAFT Are you look me for o piece
tossed 973.
a tcrub .wei to anchor' 1se, you'll
the Tex Kavermanwith DU1TRICS Michme drop
league was
209. Paul Abraham ion listed ripping mill md polith ..> want to tee thi 1-bedroom,
209 a 592.217, for the men and ,d.n".1 ind commirciil Office t both home Brand new fully .
a John Boutwell 198
+ My's single Jean Hyder 502J88 for the woo 'I 12/12. Rn MI .11" elr-condllloned 4 heeled
4 Paul Cray 184 and Frank Darts J/M'IOI family room one) double gerege
a nice 1(9. men. Jack Hatcher shot a 589. QlBL on o lar.e na walled lot Inbeiutlful
# 211.200; Ev Baldwin 583-233, OuNlhedLLo.... To."I.i Inslruclpr Royal Harbor-Love.
JUNJOas..tlpro" for the day Inn type summar .m. ly view down a wide anal Into
r' was Jim Sheets with a 509.189. Gene Tenter 580 with two 200 ployment Seiking |Sol for re. the Say of Nnplee' All of
tames plus the conversion of the milndir of lummer., Cell MI Ihlsor" only 121,000. with en-
Danny Mulllns shot a 499.196, iasil 1171 Gordon Drive. coli.'" term.
i't Hike Sharp 458.188 Larry Lee 4.10. R. Busoeml registered a "It 2f18Autos Lucille ott Lien trrew
It 453.160. 563-224. Al Hajek came up witha Vlrill Minum, lob .......
i Linda Hahn led the
r i lone 199 Carol Campen 177 For Sale POLLY
girls with a 403.147 and Diana DEWEY

XuUlns tossed a 1 lie loner. Fay Hatcher 171, Katy Hajek 167.K. .
IWI Volktwigen Siifien
I we.gon
2 1 r '" I l1lRsk-.4 K N . !+ SMALL FRI BIO FRI High Busreml HIS anN Sandy Kitlgtit: verv goad condition. ba.at REALTY

were the Shellback with a 1245, 131. MI Caribou MOM Gardens .r 1/11/1 Cal Corner of lit Ave Uo. 4Tamtam
r 'ri Danny Mulllns firing a 522.209 MI 4151.
; ISO ThunderbirdHardlop. R
t I and Moon a 687.218. The Snappers PUBLIC NOTICE H Power .windowt. : ...is Fee t Must tell ",.... offer )
listed a 1180 with Eva lore air eendbonmlow, mile. bedroom I both, Fiends room,
Hopue's 474 and Billy Jensen's IN CIRCUIT COURT ale Ml 1 1104 alter t P M filt lit "".. North. Good terme.Ml .
I lift /ll.bl
/1' IfI4M H4M er Ml
367. Larry Lee tossed a 501. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
202. Charlie Rice reached a 203, STATE OF FLORIDA Chevy 4 Or Sid Trin.. rind new CBS house I Urgebedroomi
Jim Sheets 172 Hazel Abraham. IN CHANCERY. Good ..co.... cir MI t toil well to will ctotef.
PILINGS arc here being driven for the new addition to the Naples No. toil 7/1 I/ I".. kitchen custom built
son 165 and Colin Fyke 161. JAMES W. M"TTHEW'PI.lnlII Birch Clbmel large living
I Yacht Club. Wiggs and Maale are the contractors. SAINTS 'N SINNERS- Scor. I freda delui INI Cornel for room, lirretto floor, t, Q f.
V.. "' \ lite / wheel 117 ceiling, but Carport 4 Landleaping. .
Ins honors go to Francis Lord RUTH PEARL MATTHEWS J&A Cutlass Orion,, Ft.Iy/.r.. Offered by Owner,
for his 561.204 and Lorette E... D.f.nd.MNOTICE MO 25120. //10,11t IIO.OM. POO Trail Terrace, No.Niptet. .
OF SUIT Phone MI I I4l>.
terly 476.183. Norman Robert THE STATE OF FLORIDA_TO: t 111 Buick I Special After I M //I1N

: .. fir eon produced a 356.209, Leon, uT4.r PEARL MATTHEWS. Call Wymin J not: Can be fi.nenced. .
A ; s' hereby notified het. 7/7I.M BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT
I ; I{ w Snyder 559.209.200 Hazel Abra.' wit, he* been Mid .|iln.l you ,In HOME
hamson 474.180 Eva 472 the ibovi entitled MUM and you I bdr.. I both ... waterfront
i ; r rI. vA. Hogue .1 en ,..by riquind lo .*,". upon 40AMIDRepairs Parts with dock "...'1, largo
; 1{ i r, n Ul Peters 4(7 and Cert Dunn plaiM11/'S.ttorn I C whole name and porch, air conditioned Norm
,/ 4(9. Dude Spice recorded hli; eddreu appear hereon, your written gutter*, drape rod*, new .......
dotoniet, if any, to the bill ol T,V. cable, newly renovated
'It highest league game a 223. Earl] complaint Mid wit copy of LOOK HEREI completely landscaped and led-
Cannady a 193 loner, Joan Law.,, which, le iilivirod to you herewith, dad Many ..1'. featuret too
on or before Aug 14, A D. I9M.Htriln numirou I* mention. Prtcei
JL4f'/ : -- hon 174, Jonell Spicer 169, till, not or decree pro canIn Wondering where to go 117.toG)
Juanita Snyder 165, Bette Miller t a will b. entered (limit you With your tar problems PRACTICALLY NEW
---- for till relief prayed In Ihi bill of ROOKSlOE HOME
163, Gwen Bowers 1(1 and Ann complilnt. Fulery. Fmnh/ Paint Job I bd.. I both, kitchen. fully
Follls 1(0. Th. nitur of Mid lull boy for i Wrocki RibulHTuntupt equipped will rans. rdn .r
DIVORCE .ter, dishwashlp. disposal. Lot
WITNIII my hind and the ...1 //u//y/ tedded.
: of Mid Court it Nipln, Florida Front one dgnmanl" e .,::r'c''r.'i'. yiir eld.;
this U.I day of July. A 0. 1964MRGARET Motor OverhaulTrantmittion Price 112500 l
Clark Circuit Court rebuiltLubrication HOME
Iy EDITH TYOITT : NEW '.Iu.. t 'd,.. I lull bath*,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: Deputy Clark SrekesPNuI on lit Ft. of Welerfront withSeewell.
SEAL) and
High Low Landtiaped tadded -
Pr MURPHY C, COMBS A W.. Kitchen tin G E. Renge.dithwether .
Albany cloudy 93 74 Attorney for plaintiff. Dent look any further 4 disposal Drape*
Albuquerque, cloudy 93 6( >4> MD Av. ... :: ; lee 4 Rods throughout: fioute. Ei*
Napll.. '1.. laerg.. tcreened in porch
Atlanta, cloudy 84 70 July II. 21. Aug. I. It. IM4 jMH :: ; ( ; I Ingram Chevrolet Inc. with' buill-ln plentor [.trecebineti
Bismarck cloudy 90 62 end many cue
r IM tth It.. N. MI I IHI. tom lielure Price '.,.....
Boston, cloudy 83 73 FLORIDAIN FIRST FLORIDAReal

Buffalo clear tl 69 RE' ESTATE OF ;:
: : = 44-Mobile
.d ;' ,,,, Ili, f d P"'waltlR"' Chicago clear 92 75 .13 0........ Estate Mart
7 Yi ,'r 1, Cincinnati, clear 91 62 NOTICE OP FILING PETITION :
.h I Cleveland cloudy 87 67 FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF 1941 New Moon 10'.11'
: EXECUTRIX Cloud' n Snood portS I.. 1004 Ninth 51 No. Pl.::
S"I4 ,t' ', w'9RL. Denver, clear 96 63 NOTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN that nil Springt Angier. Parodise N Model Home Ph. I um
DM Molnes, clear 94 73 I hive filed' my final, return ai Tailor pa'0. 1L2N48Apt. Soot 0wn. .
Lt : ancillary a>ecutn< of the ...,. of Attention Mr.
; ::4 Detroit, clear 92 75 .12 Lawrence. N, "McLouth diciitid; Are you looking for a piece ..
Fairbanks that I hive filed my petition for For Rent to : coolerIf to. you'll
cloudy 73 50 distribution and /for final ditchira.: .. "of. sea Ills I bedroom,
Fort Worth, cloudy 100 80 and that on Auuit It. 1964 I will, I belt homo Brand "... ful.ly .
-4- 4 Helena, clear 93 57 epply t* the Honorible Richard M. E/fei.Wv w..y .r 640.111.Iv elr-condltioned. 4 heeled;
T Stanley, County Judge oCollier M1111 .. ; family room and .double girigibeautiful
Honolulu clear 84 73 .11 County. Florida, for approval ofsaid : ..,. Os S IseIIa sea weud let Is
1r levviy' air senddend "-
Harbor Lovehi
s7 +r i '' ? Indianapolis, clear 89 71 .71 lint return end I'd.., cv N Niplet' SuilibH" I .'"It, view down Royal o wide heal IntoHi -

L.:. A- '\I'U! !:. =:..4. "" ......- + -..... ..- Jacksonville, cloudy 91 79 chirge of dnlriOKtion ei ...cu and,,,, of for the hnadi.will ofLiwrince Sot Ml.III M* arly? Ml I lilt 115.10l t 10 I Say ef ,...... All ofthi .
75 N. McLouth. deceiMd.DATE or for only 12...... with ..
WORKMEN are busy laying the foundations for the addition to the Juneau Kansas City cloudy clear 100 81 : Jul'1H20.MIt64M.LOUTH.Anclll.y OEDR00M UNFUNNIIHEO ,. .'" term

I First National Bank of Naples witi, the F. B. Schreck Construction Co., Los Angeles cloudy 83 61 la.cu'"a othe, 71590 APT GREEN ACREI4/I M't' S9Acreageoy

the general contractor Louisville, cloudy 93 67 Hate,. ofLaoranca N. McLouth, Owner need*

Memphis clear 90 74 Doc..ed, CABLE SHORES APTS. II blre.50CCtapeso.
Miami cloudy 85 82 July U. 2' Aug I. U. IM4 Silt Ml 144" Collier Courtly Reel El-
Kelly Reed .nd Arerl Av. tale Ml I ),n. Ope Sunday
Milwaukee, clear 87 62! CIRCUIT COURT. 1/ll.tf
Mpts..St.P., cloudy >2 69 TWELFTH JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT' .I.,..bdrmurnrsNad..d base will' carport M nprivut.

Mew Orleans, clear 91 74 STATE COLLIER OF FLORIDA' ...... Call Andarccn. TRAIL FRONTAGE
1101/" //i.50 4 dry land. IHmllee
MI M acre high
New York, cloudy 2090 from courtheu. MAPI.LOWE .
Okla. City clear 101 76 BEVERLY 140 WILLIAMS I to 1 .dIO' oplo Furcinkdrise. 4S1 Mb Av*.
JOAN MIsS Still.
a Uulbj
92 74 Plaintiff, 10 Mopp.nIN p.rmonik y/l.tt
"rt Omaha cloudy
Call C P Harr, alNdndopk
,. Philadelphia, cloud 89 74 01 .NDAL WAYNE WILLIAMSDifmdint Fu/tar 011..., M. 5OMETIIINDIFFERENT IN
7 194' RN MI 2 SNJ.
Phoenix cloud104 86 NOTICE OF SUIT 11' I.w f IIUHt NOW I acre trMt locatediuot
Pittsburgh, clear 87 66 .05 THE STATE OF FIORIOA_TOCLENDAL one mite from M.S. 41.
yS' Ptlnd Me. cloudy 78 67 WAYNE WILLIAMS' / TIDE: A1T3.Manlhl brive on I* Ml properly with
notified, that your own ear one wmper* M.
: Iya11'r"f Vei art heriby 90"51b' 5410.0Maara
r 69 53 .01 ) otharl Only
Pond Ore., cloudy :ul ha* keen filed aiaintl, you In 't jrn.thad elfi4ieaciae gaiMl any JtS
Rapid City.d.., 104 68 the above entitled faun and you 'I b..,*.m ...... dews full. P required ,. Semi upon further InfermitHM 5.00.01:
are hereby K.uy < ( Niple
Richmond cloudy 85 71 .37 ,'.,nt.fr. attorney .whote mm and <, Ell l/ D. T. Jen* Enterprise*. In*.
flt. Louts cloudy 86 71 .57 eddree a,eear hand your written I Id.l.n. Mldwey H34S. P. 0. See IM.
.. if I* the bill of tern M 1100Furn.
any I', Nam.
felt IX City clear 98 70 plaits in acid wit copy of which i* ipt*. Eftlelenciee. t'' ": 3ICt.ta'
: : =: r : : NO
fen Diego cloudy 71 63 delivered to you herewith. on or Owner Mull
Are South. MI 1474* or Ml *
before Aug 14 |*W.Hirein -'I'hHI": ami'
fen Fran., cloudy 68 93 1411 ;/||, I , darn ||
tail not or pro con. I j: : : ::; INGS Cenirel ken and ..Trcendiliomng.
66 93
' Seattle, cloudy fosse will S..Mer.C iiintl you i I .
APT FOR RENT carpeting
% Tampa cloudy 94 77 for complaint mo did' prayed ,In the bill of A., Conditioned furmtho4 eff'tiency out e>..... t bedroom through CeU-

Washington cloudy 89 74 .31 The salve ef wit tuit bung for I I Apt near beach and .'. knobs: mcluelmg ditpotal
DIVORCE! $ per MM per menlO Mid- and dithwither. Nice' caused
T" '" Winnipeg, cloudy 81 63 WITNESS my hand and the Mil way *." 7g.tfTradewindj porch paved . added
A41k of Hail Court at.Nieli*. Florida lawsk.'se Ml MI04 after
1Mo" ZI 1 ApartmentaLovely P U i/llM
Reported Mevemcnti "YM: JIU T. SCOTT Apt | bedrm. Furn
R jEJ.! el., 01 Circuit Court n.ar beich 4 shopping Yearlyor 66tnaurlnceWe're
General Henry H. Arnoldwas Cy EDITH TYOUT monthly I JQ4 I //1210
the l'nited States Army 'U"U Oaeuty Clerk j f fficien. ''i''IO.l.'OT Weak' M/MMenlo 1o. Mon.y soy

..... T ._-' .' __. ---- - general who first reported the MURPHY e., COMBSAttorniy 12at or MI | *ii iln 11064 Nmtli Owns,.,
for pluntiff
movements of ground troops S4S ttn A".. So. I b...loam lun"h'" a..cane, JAEOER IHSUN
NEW 60-UNIT HOLIDAY INN is rapidly taking shape on the North from the air by radio, doing N.... I apt No pets or children Ml2JIV aNh Allw AE
July. ? aJ'Aug. s. U. 14 a211 or M2 MM 4/Mf MI0 t
Trail leading into town. so in 1912.


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