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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.
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Publication Date: July 24, 1964
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Going Up At The MooringsThe

TOKYO (AP)-Japan's Sod.
allst party is trying to whip up
another Girard case
The country's No 2 part} 'Cr'y Ensign C,>I'I'OI'.1I1IIII.1n, ever Issue i i\ (the ell of Naples second floor open patio decks;
handed demands to the Conser. nell ed tola\ the l vative government and the U.S. f"1 itruitlon I of iWacuu House''. hen I sand tod.n) contest and a Yacht Club Room In
embassy that a Japanese court neuest and latest Naples ondo" Deacon Housewlth omptetlon each building.\ Each towner Is so
try U.S. Marine PFC Manuel A, J mil'mm aiwitmenl, to .',\st $1.. of Tow"r Numbei, 1 scheduled for designed that .ach apartm.nt will
Covarrubias of Wapato, Wash. : 3*,.,000. When omplete the new November ol tilts \'t'u. will I* have three separate views from
for the fatal shouting Monday of comp Tex will consist of three Naples' flint i omlomlnlumapartnient three vantage points, offering the
a Japanese woman The woman sevc i .story' towers, each oon offmni \ai litlng fatalities occupant not only a look at Gulf
did not obey his orders to halt I&IIIIIIC 24 apartments. with Its on nurina as a part of waters, but a good vl.wor Naples
Tie three-unit complex Is now the overall plan as well.
after he found her In a restrict.
ed area al Camp Fuji, near t under lonstruitlou in The Moor. In addition to Its own marina, The Ensign Corporation, de.
Tokyo. Ings leach area, Immedlatel) ad. Deacon House will offer other velopers of Beacon House, have
V.S. military authorities said Ja""t" to the Mooring Line Drive Innovations for apartment" dwell. employed First Florida Re.
earlier that Covarrublas was on budge!: and Just a few yards promIkctor's Ing Inducted in these arrt Completely source Corporation, builders of

duty at a U.S. base and primary Pass, 'iveieil automobile many luxury cooperatives In Na.
jurisdiction therefore lay with The $1,332,000: permit for the lames With h ,'ess to the building pies, as general contractors
the United States under the new complex: will lie the largest without exposure to weather) huge (Continued o. page 10)

U.S..Japan Status of Forces
agreement Architect's sketch of Beacon House condominium apartments
The Socialists called the a
shooting "a recurrence of the
,Girard Incident." They demand. r
ed that the United States aban. Rift With France Beyond Healing?
don Camp Fuji, and that Japan
withdraw from the U.S..Japan

joint security pad, ,, %
The Socialists led the protests 1

In the trial of U.S. Army Spec U.S. Cold To DeGaulle'sPlan

Japanese William Girard woman, metal who killed scaven.a

eer on a U.S. firing range The
Japanese court gave Girard a
JiIi
three-year suspended sentence,
but U.S,.Japan relations were

severely strained. For 4-Power Talks jYj

raeli TEL( AVIV and ,Syrian Israel (AP artillery)-Is. L

duelled for two hours ThursdayIn
the central Jordan River valley .

near the Sea of Galilee, PARIS (AP) President er' statements regarding var Washington and Moscow no
'where three clashes occurred lous change In the world's Immokalee Woman w.,
Charles de Gaulle's call for po. longer corresponds to the new
earlier this month in International conference to lltlcal structure world situation.
An Israeli army spokesmansaid bring peace to liukx'hlna and De Gaulle told his semlannu.at "We must however maintainthe Killed In Crash s ,
there were no Israeli rasu. his new challenge to United news conference Thursday: alliance with America DH. On Highway 29
allies.A States leadership, of the West "The division of the world cause in the North Atlantic,
Syrian army spokesmansaid drew told rebuffs today from between two camps led by both Europe and America are r
"
Keith 33 of Immoka.lee
a Syrian soldier and an In. Lavlnla ,
Washington and
West Germany mutually interested as long as
fast were wounded the Soviet But was killed Instantly last
menace persists.
night about It o'clock In a car
American officials brushed
the reasons for our subordlna.
NORTH wreck about 18 miles south of l
AP The aside as wholly unacceptable De tlon to America tllml.
NEW DhLHI ( ) are being
,Gaulle's prqpoiu) ''o a. new 14 ImmnkdiMi on Highway 29. Four fi'
rfoath toll iu the cholera epidenvle nated eoc after the other. J
childrenpassengers' in the car, ;
In central India has risen o,,nation" tonfereme with theCiiited D West German officials said ':1 1
( ,since July 1, authorities ratod e,, States, Russia, Red Chi. Z "subordination" did net describe were taken to the Naples Com. :
;' today n.. and France as the principals| LAOS Hut relations between Europeand munlty Hospital by ambulance
More than half the population _10 settle the woes of South and the United States In the At following the crash. :
of GO villages In Maharashtra Nrith Viet Nam, Laos and Cam. r lantlc Alliance. Highway Patrolman Robert Me. 'wl....
Slate has been Inoculated In an bodia.Thev. H U.S. official were Irritated) Iln reported the car, travelling
effort to stem the outbreak. also De De Gaulle' likening of WesternEurope' south on Highway 29, skidded!
rejected j
about 34 feet before hitting a
growing Independenceto
Gaulle's contention that mill.
a ? cow f In the road Skid marks show.
SOUTI the weakening of Soviet control -- -
Ury solution III South
Viet NamIs
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP-
ed the car travelled another 28
Indonesia is on the offensive in. impossible./ They said the VIE? over the Communist bloc. feet In the north bound lane, then LOOKING OVEn membership cards to be used in the new Naples
stead of the defensive, Foreign! United, states cannot consider I NAMtAIGOH They said followed that while the Soviet travelled another 277 feet on the Teen Club arc the members' of the Junior Rureatmn Board, ( left to
Union deliberate 1 I
Minlstei Subandilo said today, mother Indochina conference CAMB ODI J cy of centralized a control of poll the I shoulder before striking a cab. right) : Funk Townsend, treasurer of the boiirdj i Kick demons, vice
and "in the near future will nlonger o until a new military balance Isupall',1 Communist world U.S. policy bage palm along side of tint chaiiinnn of the board and in charge of mbmhlp' ; Joy Hodges,

lie encircled" by foreljn III South Viet Nam. since World War II was dedlcat. road. The cow was carried about (haiimnn of the board ; and Julius leaner irrt'"ation department direct.

military Subandilo bases.leluined this week The French leader sharp notification ed to building up Western fcu. 113 feet from the point of impact 01. leaser said that the Tien Club, which lo. now being organized, is
from an eionoinlc-nillltaiy mis. to Washington! that Its rope to a position of partnershipIn After striking the palm, Mel. modeled after the trim clubs on the east toast t\ hick they visited. Mem. i

Shut to Moscow where lie IIPI:
ated for more military equip stol among U.S. diplomats that 47 feet from where It hit the Recreation Department or from a boa idiitmber.. They should be
went to bolster Indonesia's the rift between De Gaulle and e THICHfs palm. returned with $1.00 annual dues. (NEWS photo)
campaign against the Federa. the United States Is beyond MILES Reds Pull Off Injured Included Mickey Riley, 4)r.)

)' tlon of: Malaysia healing Fourth AmbushIn age 4, Robin Riley, age 8; Dan.
Subondrlo said Indonesia Is
I ny Curltan, age 16, and Sandra
"sin'rounded by opponent who In Bonn, De Gaulle's reasser iNEA Neuimopi Kirkland, age 18. Melln report. Negro LeadersDon't Reason <
(,) S. Viet Nam Says Beauty Queens
of
,, have the system of liberalism lion his design for an Inde. ed that Curltan appeared to be
pendent Europe based, on BVTT1K \RE.\S-Three
and capitalism. | SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP). the only one without broken bones. 11
Fit-lull.West German political engagement Want
/ military
major The Communists pulled olf their Corporal Lowe, highway pa. Gag
BOSTON (.\P)-An aide of I'OOl'ttlllatloll also drew stein le. have taken place in South fourth ambush of the week In trolman from Fort Myers, and Not Smart
Sen.Edward KennedyD. made Jertlons. Viet Nam in the Chuong south South Viet Nam Thursda} night, Sheriff's Deputies James Ekaggs On Rights Issue MarriedThey're :
Inquiry as to whether the sen. Officials In Chancellor Ludwig Thien and Cal Be area killing an American SJIt'c1al| and Jim Fred Worth assisted with

atoi will require surl'rft'I'! a Erha rd', government related) of Saigon. Forces enlisted man and wound. the Investigation VICKSBURG Miss MIAMI BEACH (AP) With blonde, 18.y sr-old model, "But
A'-
broken\ hark, their Insistent that West German Ing a U.S.officer Ambulances from the Collins Three national, leaders( the continuing spread of the not cl my age, pleas These
I't'UIIPtIl'I'utht'r of the lite pollcIs based flrnih on a An American spokesman said Ambulance Service In Immoka.lee Nogro teenage marriage true, how girls have too much to do whileIhe"re
president, was Injured in a close!) Integrated alllince with Rogers Favors Vietnamese >asualtles were l be and the (Earl Hodges huner. between lay they President hope today'a Johnson meeting and come 103! of the most beautiful young too much to look
place ,rash June 19.! lie Is ion the United States and ultimate\ lleved high In the attack In the al Home In Naples were at the Ii.n Barry Goldwater R Ariz. girls In the world, aged 18 to forward to, In be tied down."
VilesdiiR at New InKlind: p\l1I1I'I'lIhlp: beUeen ,i unlflen central highlands scent '""I the wreck, won't result in agreement, to, 25! have managed to escape "Life Is Just beginning," said0.yearold
an
baptist Commenting llospitil, : on In 1 published Boston le, Europe and America.llmiexer. Bill To Kill keep the civil rights Issue out of the male matrimonial dragnet from! Unda Graves, the
entry Louisiana. "I've
The answer Dorothea
the says
presidential
former Chancellor campaign
ports Hut Kennei1would umdet'o Langhans of New York one of never had so much fun, These
,
Obscene Mail Gollwatttr Is the Republican
Gaulle'sro
,itlon In altto 10(0111'.1.1 Vlenauei, De
a fusion olur| i the entries the Miss Universe year are the best of our lives.
weeks the ,dele Slid I irdilteit of |ost..11 Freiuh. presidential nominee
: k
eight "A girl ought to be .
IV Pageant, lab "These girls are fully matured
The three leaders 4he
said Rev
"No de('Ison liars been made West Get mm ooivrillon WashlngtonD.CConcrt'llo smart," before she settles down.
SI'II.ltor." lie agreed, with the French' lead- man Paul voted Wednes. Dr. Martin Luther King JamnsFarmer
the Rogers
for
alKiut sur:ei > "Marriage Is fine said the 1 always knew what I wanted_
of the Congress of Raeeta ,
day In support of legislation aim. a career In merchandising and
ed at combatting the flow of 01>. Equality, and John Lrwlt of advertising There'll be

Florida scene Before mail the passage of H.R 319 o the sating Student Committee Non.Vlolnnt- r* Coordl.In Mis.slsslppl Fishing Tourney rlage time If1II0ne later to think of plentyof mere

State Charged Congressman Roger said, "In to boost the predoml.n of the girls Interviewed

I the 86th Congress I co.sponsoredlegislation & Negro Freedom Demo. Awards SaturdayAt offered any criticism of teenage .
which became law and cratic party weddings.
also attacked this problem and "It would be a real tragedy it
With 'Ultraliberalism'TALLAHASSEE "It all depend on the IndIYld-
has greatly) aided the Post Office the civil rights Issue Is kept out Naples Pier ual," observed dark-halred Can.
"
of the campaign, said King.
Department In their effort to dy Davenport, a SO year old
stop this type mall from reach. AU three said they considered Awards for the winners of the Miami model "Some teen
lAP}-Char. He said he did not boUIt be. lug the young people of America. Goldwater "an unacceptable\ fourth annual Greater Naples/ rlages work out beautifully.mar.
ges of ultraliberalism and de. cause students should have all However, the survey ers of' .-a.li candidate" Fishing Tournament will be presented Others bring nothing but .
nials In the name of academic points of view available to have undertaken new methods "It Is utterly Impossible to tomorrow beginning at gret. r*
freedom Interrupted the usually them\ which require this cwt actionon keep civil rights out of the cam. 3 p.m at the Naples fishing "I've stayed single
staid University Board of Con. Dr Forman called the league the part of the Congress. l palgn," sal I Farmer. He said pier In special ceremonies I've! always wanted to be because
trol meeting as one member subversive, iajlng It had com. "The new legislation allows he favored the meeting between The awards presentation for model. I mean to a top
blasted Florida State University munlstlc patterns. He said it anyy person who has received any the Prt H'-nt jid Gollwaler be. the out-of.county winners, spon. goal first"Charlen reach that
a* fostering a subversive organ. was not on the U.S. AttorneyGeneral's unsolicited offensive matter to cairn tie :f-VIi the presidentialrace cared by the Greater Naples Kratochvll l
list of subversive or.ganlzation of Commerce will be .yar.
U at Ion. Chamber ,
return it with a request to dir. "doesn't develop into a old queen from Indiana
The charge were leveled by *. ect the sender to discontinuesuch '4W s t mud.slinging campaign," made by Harold"6klpper"Smlth\ she won't get married 'until, says I,,
Dr Charles Forman of Fort Dr. Forman called upon all mailing If the order Is Lewis said he felt the civil overall-chairman of the tourna. know what I'm doing "
,
Lauderdale, a board member, state university presidents to ment For the Jaycees, sponsorsof She
violated, a court order command. /y rights should go before the know some teen seers who
against Dr. Gordon Blackwell, report to the board on how they the 13.yetrs.old and younger
Ing with voter
compliance the notice can tried It "and are happy but {
FSU president, b for. the were keeping tight rein on such be sought'' : The trio held a sews confer division, presentation will be all/.e the fun they missed." re
presidents and on their campuses handled by Rick Johnson of the
board, university activities iNEA enc after a five-hour strategy Diane Reutter, II t ,.ar. old
the staff of the universities Dr. Blackwell said the league e session at Tougaluo College Jaybees and Henry Caballero and from Arizona
entry the
board Thursday. more than six members Jack SMtig of the Jaycees. Ron Mats
and the had no Involve Cop In near Jackson on the Freedom that produced the Republican
Dr. Forman said presence of on the FSU campus. Democratic party. McCune will make thepresentaelbws nominee
presidential
le's Socialist after learning of the for the Recreation Barry:
the Young Pl<1> A month Melbourne Break Depart. Goldwater, take a sober
view
League on the campus last presence of the Itague Dr. went which sponsored the local of both marriage and ,
April Indicated the university Blackwell Issued a report sa>". DA'TON.BEACH (PA Mitch Miller's cnlltOitants'dIYl.lon. "I've got lots of lovely politics
allowed an unwholesome slmos. Ing he had forbidden the leagueto 2S."Ur.old Eau Game police of The Chamber wUl giveengrav. friends she said "But boy
I
phere to form and Indicatedthe : continue advocating civil dlsobedl.nc. fleer and a Melbourne man hare Mother Succumbs ed trophies to Oe out-of-county a college education first" want
trying to the been charged winners. The Recreation
university was on campus with breaking Intoa - --- --- --------- -'---'- Depart.
ape big unnamed liberal. unlver.ittle The advocatlon, he said, was Melbourne sporting goods ( rtlrphlJt" ROCHESTER, NY. (AP) mont will be awarding reels for II
*. In a mimeographed sheet distributed store and stealing 1(2 CU",. Hindu Miller, 88, mother of first and fishing lanterns for sec.
Dr. Blackwell denied the to registering students. Police Identified\ the two as RIOT C\SCALT\-Su.pected looter. identified by police Mitch Miller, music director, ond place winners. The Jaybees \\KHl W10UR
charges, saying he moved to The sheet urged picketing and William Gourlar, arrested after si Harry Britton of the Bronx was critically wounded died Thursday at her home have collected an assortment of \\umnuttiiu i.
restrict the activities of the civil disobedience and actively completing his tour of duty onThundalnd23.ear.olttJoHI' by police In another New York outbreak of violence this here She had lived for 54 years prizes ranging from wrist wat. mm/ nm '
league on the campus as soon resisting and breaking Immoral one in Brooklyn! Police said Britton Ignored an order to In the house where Milch was ches to fishing tackle from local \\BIRJHMOHrHi
as he learned ol its existence laws. Spurt Inr. halt while carrying good from vandalized store torn merchants. !




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2_ 'OLL1ER 101 QTY NEWS Friday July Jl. W4 Baptist YouthsTo



Dr. Ira Eshleman Brings c Lake Attend Wales CampAt YOUR CHURCH


F. The youths of the First Bap ,

tlsi church of Naples have been DIRECTORY

Religion To World's Fair Invited -o attend a five-day ses

slon at the Circle F Dude Ranch,

at l.Ike'ales Aug. 24-28. Rev.
FIRST ASSEMBLYOF
N''J.W YORK (AP)-tf Christ: Eshteman says. "If PllulChristianity' Robert, Martin will serve as pas- Ft'LI. (;Ot'PELrmUIl' GODI"hsdo'lawn
1\ ""t to tfo Worlds Fair says Aristotle and De ITnll'KCU
[ti.) 'or for the week. About 12 are Ave, E, Naplt.
Ira Leo bshleman, He moHthenes-were alive today he
: attend to Kev. Dun Paulson. PanturKrv.
expected to according
II'>ulil march right up to the unThere would do what Billy Graham Is ,
Rev. Martin. (;.or.. Paulson.
And press h tu the crowd doing. 'a'" yraOM Sunday School 10 a.m.
i", !Parables 1\1\ lI"tI.ltlfrom! U Christ were to come bark Pti' the camp Is open to both boys Auixtant Paator Staining Worship 11 a.m.

S u'nrc.' says Florida's 1963 Man of the : ; tewa a> d girls In an age bracket 13 Dominion Dr. Avalon' Eitatp Evening Worship 7:30: p.m

)HIS English, 1 liRlonwlce, Year "Ha would make hlmsell lirough 17. Swimming, water South, Naples Youth Service Tuesday

ITII i, ht sound mor I lik I ," Madison accessible as a treat physician 'kung, crafts, hikes and numerous Sunday School 1000; urn. 7:30
et
u. mil-c than Kin" Miles vers to men wherever they were in i other outdoor will p.m.
games :Morning Womhlp 11 a.tn.Sunihy :Mid Week Service Thursdr,
s 1", That's lx> tier He DPI'1 need. Most of His work was be Included In camp activities. '
I' \ "I'(' in talking ti' !people' InI done outside the temples of rell. For further details Baptist Evening 7 p.m. at '7:30 p.m.
I 'ni'IURI" the\ coUld l imclursland."Hi Eton, you know. 1 f young \VH.. Payer Srivir '7:30: p.m.
w..vwi 11ti people call or see Rev.
may
would uu i.ilr pageant "There would be the biggest Man GOSPEL; \PT1ST CHURCH
III I h'lsonalttlcs, l hut His met- traffic Jam In history If Christ CENTRAL
other church activities P 0. Box :214! Naples, F'iE. '
In
6,11'nuld" be II ,4U'ally the stood on a spot at the Unisphereand BAPTIST CHURCH C. Beaird Pastor
s ,m,' sass [JI.i Kshleman.: railed Lazarus back from a special Invitation has been extended 750 Seagate Drive
hominlon Ril.. Avalon E,lRtl"P.a.1
(On heart' ol nun, like God's' the tomb. This He would not do. : to members to attend the North Naples -
PLmr Naples8UXPY
dons not dunge with the lie never did Ms miracles for "a mid-week prayer service, Wednesday Pastor SERVICESltible

p unr ot time" the sake of entertainment, but evening at 7:30 o'clock. .
lc! ,, Oscar McCollum
Or. hshleman: who founded rather for the purpose of I.ttlnrtorth ligwn School 10:00: a.'u'
nandenomlnatlonal Protestant His credentials to Identify. unity; Svivirvi Morning: Worship 11:00 am

C"immunity) and Winter Chaut.iuqua him as God Incarnate." '............. "' "."..... w r c -.... WSCS Will Meet Sunday School 10 am. Training Service 7:00: "pm.
In Boca Raton, Fid., 14 Dr. Eshleman, 47' had an ear1 Worship Service 11 n,m.Kihlo Evening Worship. 8:00: p,mWtD .

'"' its ago Is produriiig week- >, business background and CHAPEL WITHIN I I WALLS Prison guard views nearly finished, chapel of St. Monday MorningMembers Clnifen 11,30: ) pm. : EVENING SERV
ell i sa<'red concerts at the fair's then went Into the Bible Study nndI''u'r
In
ministry Jud..WlthlnTh..Walil at Eastern
Correctional Institution 'In Napanoch. N.V, The chapel' Evening Service ;:::1111.11I. ,
Prot('slant Center and Federal 1941 taking a small pastorate In was complcUd with inmate.' :oboe and m.iurial' bought through talc of of the Woman's Society Service 7:30: p.mI'h..lr
Pavilion Detroit Nine years later he trading ttampi.Seeking of Christian Service of IMMOKALEE: Practice 1':15: ".m
In addition he conducts televlon went to Florida. Each Sunday -- "' the First Methodist Church of METHODIST I CHURCH -

, interviews with lcbrltles during the season Dr. Eshleman specific racing day, the board budget of the scholarship mono IIUMIY'in.TIIEroVEFPISCOPU.!
Naples win hold their monthly Rev, Richard |110.f'. Pastor
su, h I ,us actress Dale tv.ins: : preaches: tu more than 1,000 Control Board distributed funds for scholar ey.Forman meeting In Fellowship Hall at SUNDAY CHURCH
aj d Walter Judd, former conen oeonle. ships to tour universities on a suggested that the Port RoyalThe !
-ssman from Minnesota. "I 1 The, ihurrh, he thinks, Is percentage-of-take basis. University of Florida and Floe, 10 a.m. Monday morning, July Morning Worship. 8:30: A IISunday KM. Richard T. I amhert

tr> to discover how thev foundpi trying "to reach an exploding [ AccordOn The University of Florida at ida State University each get 2Tat School, 0.45 a.m. Sunday: Sctvieonllnly
at f- with God; and If they have population! with home and buggy Gainesville and Florida State 37"",\ per cent of the total; lh The prog ram, "Our Methodistt Jr. Intermediate and Sr.:

.' message to share with others methods and is wondering why Race Funds University at Tallahassee each Florida A and M get t 15 per cen Heritage," will be In charge of :M.YF., 6:30: p.m. Communion. !Sam

'1 tli Ink Kobe Moses, the America with each passing yearIs were given 40 per cent of the of the total; and that the Unl Mrs. E.C. Candees. Devotions Evening: Worship, 7:30 pm. ,Funilyouhip." ChunhSell

rII// |ri'Stdeiit' Is to Iw! complliilctl Ixicomlng Increasingly {iuganIstlc. TALLAHASSEE (AP) The total. varsity of South Florida and will be led by Mrs. Hugh Wea- TUESDAY: ml and Seimon-IO n,in.Wednemlay ,

lor Introilui, lug *Into this State Board of Control will try Florida A and M. universityat Florida Atlantic University each therly, the president. Hostesses :Men's Prayer Service 7 pm.

r" I II) i'vuk<> lor Cod such as "'Churfh membership stalls to reach agreement today on a Tallahassee was granted 15 gvt five per cent of the total. will be Mrs. Raymond Woodson Choir Pincticf, 8:00 p.m. Holy (Communion 0.30:: n.m.

non other" In hlHtorv." the min.15t tics may look encouraging but method of distribution of state per cent of the total and the re. In the distribution, the Unlver and Mrs. Eleanor Williams. WEDNESDAYMidweek Holy Day

i I '.1\ S. attendance and devotion to the racing revenue for university malnlng five per cent was allocated city of Florida would get 46.1 : Prayer Service, Communion at 8 n.m.

Rpii hub I'xhllilts Include the church and God's message Is scholarships.The to the University of South per cent; Florida State Unlver. Adults &' Children 7:10: p.nt.

PI"tl'slollit! and Orthodox Ci-n- greatly on the decline" board failed to adopt a Florida at Tampa. shy would get 32,3 per cent; the FOUR URSULINE NUNS FIRST l'I/ESln'TI'RI.\S/ :

tri" the Vatlian Pavilion, the Nonetheless, h..'. optimistic.{ plan after lengthy discussion Board member Dr Charles R. University of Florida would get South Aftu, CHURCH OF NAPLESThlnl
JOHANNESBURG a
AmerU.Israel P.ivlllon, Pavilion "I have a feeling." lie sa>'s. Thursday. Forman of Fort Lauderdale said 12.6 per Cl.'ntj and Florida A ii (AP) Fifty four EVERGLADES Are. So. & Sixth St.He. .
of the Church\ of JisusCtirUt that there's RoliiR to be a greatrenaissance The discussion centered another method of distributionof M University would get 9 percent years ago girla COMMUNITY CHURCHKev. ., John W Slump

nl Llltt..r."dv Saints ser in the field of rell.Bliin '. around the fact that Florida'stwo the money was needed to take stood side by Hide in a chapel in II, (;. Wrlsbrrher. pester Sun.In8'h".1 il.IO:: nm.

moos Irum s<'li>m"e, the Russian comparable/ to tint Reformatlnn. large universities at Talla care of the small Institutions, as University of Florida president the small Transvaal Province S nduy School 10 mil. Service on Sunday

Orthodox Cruix'l. tin pavilion of God may surprise' us by basses and Gainesville were give well as the proposed degree Dr. J. Wayne Reltx asked the town of Krugersdorp. to take their Morning Worship II n m. !11:10;: n.m.
th, i,000 trims spunsoreil by bringing to the front some en the lion's share of the revenue granting space age university board to keep the same dlstrl. vows In the holy order of St.Uraul. .

W ,lllli UIMc I IrinsUtorK-and unique vessel or totally new In. for the 1963-64 budget. which will be constructed at button pattern as was used for .. COPEI.AND IUPTISTMISSION
Christian &'li'iii'' ,mil' ,I'v.uiRi'llst+ blrunient_ person or move Although the actual amount of Pensacola.He the present fiscal year. Recently Mother PatrickMother : : !ITS 'S CATHOLIC
BIIH < ',ilnni, Baptist, Mother Borromeo and :Ird, St. ft 10th Ave, So.
ji m"lIt-to bring the Impart of revenue fluctuated from year to suggested that the board Rrr. Clyde Martin
'I'm lot ,IMMIIII who does III* message home to people, llv year, depending on the amount Include Florida Atlantic Unlver. Sister Berchmans, now in their Sunday School 10 a.m.Worah'p \. Father. Itrrnard I.. Ilickej
.. :I'll Christian "ink, Di, tug: 11111 changing world" collected from tracks during slty at Boca Raton In the 1964.65 Rev. H. C. ParhamTransferred early '70s, knelt together in the SeivkmII Sunday Weekdays': :!lacer 7 ((1-8.1011
same chapel at a Pontifical High nm. only
I I ant and 7:30: p,in, (Conf nion
Mans celebrated in their honor : Saturday

Jiumiimmmtmiiiilmiiiiiiuniiiimiimiimiiiuimii \ _Hlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllll' ' HIIIIMIIIIK: To by Roman Catholic Bishop Hugh Prayer :Meetings I to !S "p m. and 7 lo 8 p.m.
Wednesdays at 8
Boyle p.m. Similar' S'huIII1 i a.m.

The Urnulineii consider it must Confraternity Claim of
Miami Church Chimtian
Doctrine
unusual to have four jubilee to.
(110K01.() K EE
Monday at 7-30:: .
: (ether at the celebration of their CIIUItCH OF COD; p m.KST
Arc CorJia9nvitcJ
YO" ; Jubilee The order has only 84 !Sunday' School 10 H.in. '

members in the Johunnoi-buig Morning Worship, U nm.RCO NAPLES: .
area and 6,000 altogether in the \1'TlI'I1' CHURCH

c i world. "hllill", lun At"*.. East: NaplrRev. <

r Mother Baptist and! SisUT M.\ CHURCH OF GIf Lrdirn Rargo, Peeler

Richards Roofing Service f" C4ttcnd'tic Church Berchmanaare German \I ho mine Ira I II. Hancock, .pastor SundaySiindny
Ption MI 146M H. 4t.' Morning Worship 11 nm.
-- to South Africa with their parents Sihool lo:00 nmMoriilng ,
ii -Sunshine Hardware when they were still young gals Evening: Wornhip 7:15: |>.m.iOIIDI.ANI Wornhip, 11 :00 sit,.

Mother Patrick hails from Dublin Training Union 7:110
'' :
1',11I.
Comp''.'. Hardware Star
You
ill SIll Avt. h.w c) Chocll. I and Mother Borromeo was burn ( ) MISSION Evening: + Woishin H:00 p.m.
a "' ,[ Ykr in South Africa of an Irish father Wednesday
; Ofin OF Ut'llVIOI'II)
'i' RexaU. St0te; r '' and Welsh-South African ,.her", "',1.' :Mill 1 Week
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Nape 'i: 1.4 anraaaef ir uasrsWsMkellltftlld/i ,
'I "41" / 4 . Smiil.iv School, I II ii.titIter ,
MO Ml Av*. S.. I"ft'r Service 7flO:: ..11IIi.lt ,
Richard T. I.amhrl
I .. I ,\. Choir seller H:1Ii: p.nl
The Bank of Naples ACTED
: LIKE A MINISTER
Qrowins" with Nipln and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church LOUISVILLE (AP) Unaware JEAOVAII's1TSESSES
l NAPLES: PARKPTLST
Collier County Sine '94' Kingdom Hull 107th Avenue
M.irbir f,DI.CHartley's and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES.faiJh'8 of his identity?Iwo golfer invited Minister Miner Kndrr R.\ CHURCH
the Rev.
Lawrence Caterto
them Bihle Study Wed H p.m.\ 11"". Marion K. WacaurfSumlav
join in a threesome
Variety Store :Minister School Frl. School 10 a.m.1"I'nillll' .
The cleric lashed hia firm 7:30:: p m.er .
-14 Ninth-Strict, t uthBob's a drive far off the side of the fair ''lre Meeting Frl. K:::11I! 11,in+. :\ Worship| 11 n.rn.

Shop way Without a word, he started Public Aiidiria Sun. 1\:10\ :<() p.m.WiiUh Evening: Woinhip 7:110:: pin.Ci .

Pastry. MI 1J7UFr. -+,.aarrw4. e. off to find the errant ball. Towrr :-tu'ly; Su'>. ((1:11 'liter :Meeting Wed. 7:10:: ) p.m.
lit *th M N*
..h Poked Goods Only" c(2eee4ie I REV. HARRY C. PARHAM A moment paused and one of

THE CHURCH FOR ALL. . the golfer inquired: "Hey, .'!IIs'r uiitisriAN "'IItl'1JoTllOrmn\ :

Naples Federal Savingsand All FOR THE CHURCH LAKELAND (AP)Methodist Mister, you're not a minister, niURCII OF NAPLES lll'ltdl OF :NACI.ES:
Bishop James W
I llenly has are you Mandarin: Di." CiHiiinn Sande Hist Avenue, S. & fourth St.\
Loan Association There is Th Church l I.Ik ... i... announced these |
something very special about a boy and .I..t appointments''i "''hy do you ask countered ?clihc julep Cantor Rev. '.
: ( ParhamSunday
.. Harry
MM 9th Av So. Ml bSISIJim's tor on earth for Inn building of effective July JI
his dog, The dog: no obviously wants nothing more character and food cititoiuhlp' I The Rev | Mr Cater. "I don't have on the I/n, Jame W. Mackey Worship II n.m

Sunoco than to devote his life to his small master lie takes It it.atonhouw spiritual*al- from First Ham Methodist C. Parham garb of a lergyman.: " HiM S'hllul| 11.4" ram Sun Evo: Worship Scrv. nt 7:10::
un. Without a itron* (Chufch Church, "I know, replied the ,
Lifetime' 0uccenteed Muffler his boy on faith and, inevitably, the boy lives up ntlthr democracy nor civilltt. I I Naples, to Riverside, Mlimt "but if weren't questioner ( hul'<'h Service II n.m, Sumlav Sihool, 9:45: am.
MI I.Mil .r l-ttli N.pl.' PI.. to it. lion ran aurvlvt. Then ere bur The Rev John K: Rice fromFpperson you a hoir Pimtirr Wcdiirmlny 7:911Vesper : ( Junior, Intermediate nnd
.
preacher, you'd have said lot
a
w. Ow. Stamps mind rose why .r, peon Senior It .
Kcllownhip, m.
should attvml onvicoa ularly Memorial Methodist! more about that shot," pert Ice .1 p.m. Sun. p
Naples Coin laundry For faith creates II challenge. If someone believes and aupport the Church nf. They I I Church, Jacksonville, to First Player, M"IinltW'lln..d.y

.. something good of you, you find yourself eager to aro: cli) For hit own uh. ft) I Methodist Church, Naples. CNt'IICIIOr CIIUWrtmiami \ at 8 pm.
Spd Qu n Wrir IBis For hit .hUd..,,'. ukt. ((3)) For The Rev.
Boy Wish measure up to that standard. tht. sake of hit community and Uojd W. Mullis, k Tinil at 14th A*'., X,
U S H"1"" N, 4 Whllm.n Blvd nation, |It) For th.* oak at the. I i from the First Methodist Charier Wharti.n II, minister ST. LEO'S '
Op.n 14 Hour N. N.pl.' God looks for the best in all of us. Regardless of thurrh Itttir. which nttdt hit I, Church, Mims to First Metho. CATHOLIC CHURCH
i W Ho.,,, Owner. moral and mtttrtal tupport, dlst Church, Fllenton. Sunday
what have
may happened yellterdlwe! are today Igli Building corner fioinUin
,
.
'-' Plan to to to church tf ultrly Bible tully 10 an,.
Naples Furniture Co. welcome in His Church. He has faith in us. Shouldwe and read your Blblt; I daily from The Emmanuel Rev Sanford C.Methodist Mayo Mot'nine worship. II 1 .in. (; !Street and the Trail

JWO N., T.ml.ml Trll have less than faith In Him? f tfixr I Church, ran: Callie, to First Even'HIT uoiihip '7\0::\( p,m. lionita Joneph. SpringsFallier F:. Beaumont:

BB Specialties Methodist The Church, Mimi Wednesday Sunday :Maine 710:: ), 9.10:: it in
Rev Dr. Carlisle hub III 'Jv! study 7 :'III .
Trail North MI M1M bard to : pan.Gll.l'I 'iinfeinion: : Prior to
Plywood' . Doors Builder Hdw. Church Emmanuel Methodist ">"nH.v Mallll"HIUIOKAIEE
Eau Callie.Methodist .
khlai Rutiwin:. D* tr Lock /4'\ r a ,If i:: LUTHERAN
I CIU'RCH/ OF :NAPLES
Lamplighter Cafeteria FIRST
:Missouri Synod
. ... Church IMPTIST CHURCHI'.stor
Downtown U S. <1 .U S. 41 I and 12th Ave., No.
Kev. 1.. Daniel!
at 4.Cera.rS Naples. PI*. : E.
Workers Planning Kr, Paxtor 'A'or.hip 11 a.m & 7:10:: p.m.IMMOKALEE .
; W
George price
C A.. Anderson
'Interior, t Eltinor Meeting August 6 Snmliu School II am.
Pointing Docortinf C'nneN Spivlte! 10:'\10 ..m.llulv .
A Workers' Conference will
Wdlpuporins (',
imrminion CHURCH OF G01'I'aelort
Phone MI 1.1712 PO. "x Uti be held at 8 o/clock the eveningof Mmt Stindav
pitch :Sleuth
lie,, O. I'. O'llanmm
N.pl.t" Florid Thursday, August 6, In the
.
Fellowship Hall of the First Sunday Sihool lo am.
I Ii
Marathon Dredging Corp. 'ij' . Methodist Church. rIRs'r fllnt/11 OF CIIRMT :Marring Worship" 11 a.m.
Marina' Construction, and r.va.' SCIENTIST Evening: Worxhip 7Hr:: p.m.BONITA .
Land D.v.lopm.nt Those attending win be the pastor ---

Ml I.tin N.pl., '10" ". the church school superintendent !MORMONS' PAGEANT- Central Avenue at Hth Sheet

I the four divisional su\ Suitably fierce headdress for Sunday Sri'vice' 11.:BO ..11I. SPRINGSASSEMBLY

Trail Builders Supply fxrlnttndents, the church school his role as King Noah Is Sunday School Hoo: am.Wrrl. OF GOD

CompanyN.pl. secretary, the material center fitted to J. Reid Burnett by F.I.t"lnll'leeUnlt' : 8 .p.m Rev. Roland Jones

.. .., Florida" chairman the audio visual chair Carolee Felt as preparations Reading Room 520 Park SMit. Sunday School 10 am.
-- -- man librulanmembershlpcul* are made at Palmyra. N.Y. I Wed. Fri. Morning Worship II am.

West Coast Furniture tlvatlon chairman, choir direc- for the 27th Hill Cumorah 10 p.m. to 1 .,.n,. Evening Service 7.30: p,m.
Compltlr, Interior. 1 pageant The Mormon story I'mjer Meeting We .7.3Opm.
tors, counselors of the Sunday '
SM Mh Avo. S*. N.pl.., Fl*. with a cast of nearly 400. EMM: \M EL IUTHPK.\\
evening fellowship groups, the CHI'Rfll OF N.\PLES
Charles R LeBCff week day school staff, the Mill be portrayed nightly. CHURCH OF GOD
1L. presidents July 28 through Aug. 1. on a (11.11101 ..\:.':' t'ur. N.
c of all adult classes and 10th St. t 1I1h.An.,
Cabinet Shop series of stages covering a :\ ling Line & Bow rJne Di,
Lanier
Rev David
the
D.l.il' C.bin.lt, F?rnltur. R.o.ir s w Sunday school teachers In all vast hillside I In the area in the :Moorinff*

Antiqu' Reproduction., divisions. called the "cradle" of :Mormonism Pa.l"r: Dr. Ilarland 1). Fagne' Sunday School! 10 a.m.
41 12th M. ... Ml I IIH1 The object Is to acquaint the where the Church Morning Worship 11 am
Sunday School 9 a.m, Fvanirclintli: '
7:30
Gibbs workers with their Job. their of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Church !Service 10:30: a.m.h Service p.m.
:
Jimmie Tuesday Meeting
goals, and the materials that are Saints had its beginnings Prayer
Pltorlns' 4 Masonry ContractorPhono available, a spokesman said. nearly 150 years ago. B.SI'TISS 7:30: p.m.
Ml 1-114 iMST CHURCHOF Thursday YPE 7:30: p.m.

Van Der Veer .. :NAPLES I ERGLADES: BAPTIST

Music Center Hear How You Can Get To HeanAttend It,,,. Robert Martin, pastor CHAPEL

.a Sunday School 11:11 am. PrVor: Rev. Erie C Weldon
Compltt' 'Initructlon Department
,in *ny Instrument the llsOO A. M. Worship Service Morning Worship 10.30: ..m. Sunday School 9:45: '.m.
SHEET MUSIC DEPTIf4t k Training Union 11.30 p.m. Worship Services
Ml Mil Copyrujhl 19M i' .
tth SI. N. +
Kittr Advortuins Strvlc. Inc This Sunday at Evening Worship '7:30 p.m. 11 ..m. A 8 pm.

8trMburf.V*. I THE WEDNESDAY Training Union 7 p.m.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Player Meeting 7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 8 p.m.

Naples Laundry & [ II Kings H Kings+ Proverbs II Corinthians II Corinthians Hebrews Hebrews
18:tb-37 19:20-34 9:21-29 7:2-16 8.1-7; 3:1.0 10:3249: GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCHOn
Cleaners, Inc. ; :
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'On. oy Service Avoll.>'." Guilford Road and U.S. 41 lee \roo ,.ill churches U the' count/ are .red U pkove or

One mile tilt .f the County Ceatthouse writ U ..j charges .r earrectUM. M they occur.
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,,." INTERLOCHtrs, !Vllrh. (AP)
ale! .! I M BY NOMIE ROGERS f daD""ay -The President's teenage

Phone M12.3634 "\ 2 rlI daughter, Lucl Baines Johnson

Received a letter trom In her white bikini with the yel. won a legion of new friend and

Hazel LeClarce telling: us of the ler rose. When Mrs Imboden and \' M'<>rkled in her performancewith

I.m trifle death of Walter Haupman Hazel LeClarce get back, they 4\ pianist Van Cllburn In a
I.J 65, of Greenville Ohio. It are going to have to hurry to "= I Ito National Music Csmr Niceit

seem he was mowing his yardon (Catch up with Mrs. Stevens, who I Thin sda\' night.Expressing .

his farm about 2'/i' miles has taken her training wheels off, .'. "" 1 glee or mock

1 from Greenville when he was and Frieda Roll who tips around ft ight, President Johnson 17
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1 struck like a veteran. rear old daughter narrated.
by :an automobile. The
Darke County sheriff said that I must take time real soon to ,; "Peter and the Wolf," a s\m. I t

Mr. Haupman's body was found go over to the Humane Society phonic fairy tale, while Clibuiu
CH 100 feet from where he had Shelter and offer my services for inducted the nO.mE'mlp, ,

'!n been bit and that he apparentlydied a day or so If they need me and \outh rophom. } Orchest r J. a

Instantly. Mr. and Mrs. also remember to pay my dues. A capaclt crwod of 3,607 poi
letm Suppose I find a Germ an Shepherdpup s.>us cheered Miss Johnson i III
Haupman came to Naples Land
Yacht Harbor this past year to I just cannot resist -wonderIf two curtain call at Kresge AI-,

make Naples their winter home. I could have his bark removedso sembly Hall.

m All of us here extend deepest Bill wouldn't know I have him "I just want Mm to know
sympathy to his family. Hal I would have theaam.chance Luc'I told the audience, "tli.it

Was surprised and pleased to of doing that as I would have to I < tins Is the most unique exirl ; 1 yf

m. see Mr. Uphart out walking In keep a snowball here In July.A l fence I have ever had, because
m.n the park when I went home last pet I do have my eye on Is in this ramp 1 have. found young

night. He and Mrs. Uphart are that smarty pants parrot downat people my own age who have to

back from a trip to the east Corbin.Lindabury. Although, much more talent. than I > ould
n I did get him It would be just ever dream of."
cif ,
month coast and or so.will be Wish with they us would for ,my luck to have him whistle at ___ ___ _.... n._ ._- She made her debut as a narrator

decide ,.Barbara she might think It was From to mature at the invitation of Cll
to stay as I am lure A BIRTHDAY FOR JACQUELINE- chubby-cheeked: youngster woman,
they won't find anyplace any Ken and that would be that!I don't charm and beauty, as reflected in these photographs, have graced Mrs. John F Kennedy, burn, a fellow Texan and longtime

nicer. Aren't you? think that parrots are good *at. widow of the late president. Crushing sorrow has subtly altered but not diminished her acquaintance of the John

U I seem to be wearing a Ing either, are they loveliness as she approaches her 35th birthday July 28 a Childhood picture was taken son family. She had. only three

art broader grin than usual lately Just before Jackie turned 6, at Easthampton LI Mrs. Kennedy is shown In the second rehearsals with the on'hestra on
A TREAT the work by Serge( Prokofiev
It's because of all the nice .
pea photograph. she appeared early this year.fJmmokalee
take Would you like to know how to tine arriving Tuesday.But . .
pie who time to tell me they
enjoy my column. When you say, spend a few very enjoyable hours .' .,> her animated re<'Itatlonorompted
nn. "I don't know all the folks you some day when you are up In Cypress Center ; Roger Dettmer the
Fort Myers? Drive to the Edl. Chicago's American muslc-thea.
talk about, but feel like I do,"
say "Come on out to the Har. son Cafeteria Why? Because I News Planning Another ter critic, to write "If her fa. -. --
they have Little Karky at the her Is half the politician he's
bor and meet us. We are all as
friendly as month-old puppies organ to play for you. The musicIn *->' i Busy Saturday reported to be, lie'll have Lucl 'NEt Telephoto)

and just as glad to see you!I" Itself Is well worth the trip; sa'awa.a..a, ;..+y . 'aw+d-_" ._'...'r . ea Saturday July 25, will be another , flames on the campaign/ trail as !.l'l'IIS' MU('HIOAN. Lucl Ilalnes Johnson daughter of the
when realize he soon as she arrives bark
especially, you It."All.Around Sad. at President Is visiting the National Music Camp at Inter, I
is playing it all by ear. You see, Wednesday evening July 13, Champion busy day Big Cypress home"
EUREKA! this year's GlrlsStaters,Jo Jump die Club 1964." Center lochrn. MidI In the picture she Is talking with concert
has been unable to see Earlier, she received a tele
have I am heard sure that most of you since Karky birth, but you would never and Becky Raulerson, gave their Prizes for the six events will From 9 ..m. to 12 pjn. the gram from the White House that pianist Van Cliburn.\ left and Dr. Joseph E Maddy founder

"Now dean your If grandmothersay know It to watch him play. He first report at the American Le. be calf roping $20; steer dog Junior Chamber of Commercewill said three of her fans would bethinking and president of the camp.
e, your gonna glen Auxiliary Unit 146 meeting. glng $20; bare back riding $20;
make chicken for goodness also, I understand, has written a finish work on the Pine of her at performance
soup that Elvis Presley bought Enthusiastically the girls told of bull riding $20; steer decorating Tree Trail. time. It was signed, "Mother,
sakes chicken In to song
put enough Mother Who Freed Silver WeddingFor
their full fast.paced week in Tallahassee $10; and the ladles clover leaf
ana Is In I asked Daddy and Lynda.
at least flavor It a mite and not using a picture. Volunteers are to bring
believe the name of the pictureIs room assignment, $10. New this year will be a and Proceeds from the concert go Prison Dickinsons
have It taste as though you had roommates calf scramble for children 12 machetes long-handled pruning Son From
meeting party as.slgnments
"Sawdust in Your Shoes. for scholarships to the camp, at.
tied a piece of the chicken on a shears. Refreshments and
old under with a limit
string and dipped It In and outa Next time I go up there, I will for and city, As elections in of years three minutes or mosquito repellent will be .up- tended this year by some 1nOO.tud.nt. By Scrubbing, Dies Mrs Nancy Letter, of Van-
made a busy day reg.
few times," Well the other ask him to be sure. from most of the 50 Jerbllt [peach entertained Wednesday
,
Officials the will TlllleMaji
for event bet plied CHICAGO APV-Mrs.
officials
ular county
politics (
The friends who have states and several foreign toun. for her mother
while In rush to Ken'slunch gone up evening
day a get come next with the girls pre. Time keepers Patsy Raulerson Also starting at 9a.m..chtWren ) ick, 72, who siiublied
I opened a can of ...., with me to hear him all agree, paring speeches and posters and Jackie Roberts, and Same Car. are invited to come to the Ides. y floors 11 years. to win the r.. and father, Mr. and Mrs Harry

telling of the chunks of meat to that It sort of makes you feel having an fashioned campaign. Center to help on the trail or lease of IIPI son from prison( alt. L. Dickinson, who were cele-
like being a nicer all ter.To
be found there In. After I open around. person Vying for state offices gave the be eligible for the all. go on a field hike to collect Gets Stolen Car er he had (wen" falsely runvtiteil britlnjj their silver wedding an
ed It, I carefully spooned out winners a thrill and a remem. around champion award a con. of murder, died Thursday niversary..
You won't believe it when I tell and observe Insects.
the divide those
contents to
brance of full effort for those testant must Include calf.roping, Back With Same .
chunks of delicious meat, but you that my hat, which I finishedand who didn't. bulldogging and horse or bull. Staring at l:30twocolorfilms Mrs. Majcwk raised $!IOOO, The party was held in the Poly

nary a one could I find. About wore Sunday, was a hit No week Is too busy to re. riding. will be shown Amount Of Gas and placed in ailveitlst, >ment In nesLan Room of the Tahlt Lan I Restaurant -

the time I was ready to sue the not only with the women at our member to worship on Sunday The date of this year's event One film will show the unusual a Cbliago UE'W"I'III\4r|'; ottering It A white flower center

company for false advertising I brunch, but with the boys too.A morning. For those who caredto will be Sunday and Monday, Sep. creatures of the Bahama islands, Last LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) as a reward for the rapture< | of piece was on the table and a decorated

found ITI I Yes, sir, there It couple even tried It on to see attend, in the afternoon on Sun. ember t and 7. The parade i The other film will Illustrate how told Friday her, Mrs.dad William been Neff stolen the reJllllurII'l'pr., cake added to the meal
police car
If it
would make a good fishinghat.
wasl! A chunk of real meat about
, size of Poor Jules and Juanita day was the reception of our reg. will be held on Monday, Septem.her Important water Is to the country. from the driveway of her An InveMlgntlon showed a Mr, and
the a black.eyed pea ular state officials with the Girl. 7 starting at 10 a.m., exact home. she witness at liei nous trial hid Others present were
the
Thursday reported
stuck to the cover of the can. what they have to go through! I Ed Ballard of Dradenton
Statera. route and distance of the parade Team avocado with fifth fruit 14 Mri.
car was back in the drive perjured herself On AIIF. ,
think I in the hat businessor
may go
Evidently they didn't have a of state Tom Ad. depending on the condition of peaches pineapple MM. Dickinson's sister and
hold classes to sort of Secretary oranges, way with about the same 1943, Jon Mali) rek wis (unloncd
grandmother to tell them how to plement outgo.Just sup. ams Is spoken of with high re. Main Street at about that time. or pears-and serve with French amount of gasoline it contained after nerving!: imirh l I': vtws, brodter-ln-law, John: cotl of a-
my
make It, eh? gard by the girls of the past Those attending the meeting dressing and salad greeni as a when stolen pie, and David .\rentzen of \
"i all Noitliildn
I know I have said It before A movie,
three were John Jump president first forasum. house itol I
years.Legislative delightful course Washington, D.C., a guc
ONE BET LOST made from tlin (Incl.dent I'
77 was
but I thins it bears repeating. sessions and fin Mr. and Mrs Delmer Rimes, menu No other salad ,
Mike, if it's legal I would like mer supper "Slop" Signs Mean STOP ''lie family.
The stores here In Naples are to ally graduation day started the Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Rauler. needed on the menu!
bet
a nickle dime
you or a
so attractive and the sales people girls home tired, happy and ft son, Mr. and Mrs. Shelley
even, that the Bay View Inn Annex
so pleasant no wonder more will fall before the NEWS' "La. .little downcast that new founq..Carter hire. Mary Jump, Mrs.
and more folks are doing all friends must part. BIU Morrison Harold Thomas,
their shopping here. For in goon, Is filled In. Then each Tommy Guy Mr. and Mrs. Ray INGRAM
lime I drive In front I won'thave
stance I was in Uggett's Rex. up ACCIDENTAn Sparks, Gene Carter John'
all the other day and the manager to wade through that nice accident which took place at Michael, Bob Cooper, Eddie
water. Is It bet? You
overheard me ask for a milky a about 5 a.m. Thursday, July 16, Campbell, June Shell, Louise
certain Item that the clerk said understand now, I am blaming resulted in hospitalization of Wrisley and Donnle Cross of La.

they had never carried Don you. Just thought if I mentioned Ray Lamb with severe head Injuries Belle "1

Domkowskl the owner manager It something might be done several broken ribs, a SUMMER

stopped what he was doing came about it. OK? (Ed. Note Pay us.) broken leg and painful cuts and 'SO LONG"A _. _

over to say he thought he could How many of you rememberPaul bruises of the front portion of farewell party was held at l _

order it out of Miami and haveit and Hazel Plnkert who had his body He was discovered lying the home of Mrs. Hazel John.

in a few days, which he did. the 5 & 10 cent store here about on the ground near his over. son, North Cth Street last week VACATION

If you don't mind, I would like 14 years ago? Well, when Harold turned plck.itp truck about 10 for three young men who recent
to mention others from time to and Julia Hulpieu were out West miles east of Immokalee on the ly enlisted In the U.S. Navy.

time who do the extra litHe this spring they called the Pink. Naples road by an unidentified Honored guests were Larry

things for folks that make It erie "at my request". Here is a motorist at approximately ( am. Wayne Nelson, son of Mrs. Hazel
pleasure to In their message to their friends back in The motorist notified the
a shop Jones; Junior Null, son of Mrs.
stores not Just a duty. I mar. Naples: Their health Is not too Sheriff's Department, nturn, Effle Null; and Danny Hendon,

vel, too, at the busy super mar. good; Hazel was laid up for 18 called Immokalee ambulanceand son of Mr, and Mrs. Ray Hen
let clerks and with weeks due to an automobile accident 23 mlnutealaterhewasbelnr
managers don, all of Immokalee Those SELLARAMASAVE
all the hundreds of customers in 1954. The children are wheeled Into the Naples Comm un. attending were: Ray Borden,

they see each day. They meet all in Iceland, so they are pretty ity hospital. He was reported in Tommy Burrus, Jack Cole, Mr.

you one day then call you by lonesome and would love to hear fair condition by the Hospitaland and Mrs. Bill Stewart, Charlotte

I r name the next time you go there! from us here. So, let's drop a able to be up some. Anderson, Teresa Anderson, Iris
card or a note to Mr. and Mrs.

folks Speaking who are of letters away, I from just our had vale Paul,Plnkert Calif. ; R. R. No. 2; Sunny RODEO PLANS Null Worth, Malcom Karen Shirley Salmon, Wayne Plnkv ! SAVE ! SAVE ! DO IT NOW !

one from Beulah Hanlon. She This makes third day at A total of 16 persons was in at. Lambert Francis Cagle, Wayne
has been in the hospital. Day. my tendance at Michael's Restaurant Howard Susie Peacock Elbert ,
ton for a few days, but says she the Gift and Yarn Shop and only Friday night July 1'7. as the sad. Howard Connie Jones Patricia
,
is on the mend and feeling better. much hope my fun.bosses The are having as die club members laid plans for Peacock Barbara Peacock, See the USA in Chevrolet!
post office work your
labor rodeo.
She hopes by the time she gets this year's day Cherry Garcia, Richard Presley,
bad
me time for
a
back here she will be "fat and gave a while President John Jump, presiding Mrs. Essie Marie Null! Mr and

sassy" Sassy maybe; fat,never! but might guess know I some will get of my over would it. You befriends at the meeting outlined the details Mrs. Ray lIendon, and Mrs. Dave Get your brand new 1964 factory fresh Chevrolet of your choice. These
Cant wait to see her looming at things to do In prepara. Peacock who assisted Mrs.
around the park on her bicycle came in to add to my tion for the \twc day event These Jones with the party. are not demonstrators or executive cars. Many more in stock at compar
first-day jitters to Inquire how
Included the mowing of grass in
much it would cost to send able savings.
a the parking area, as well as In ,
coconut to the Canary Islandsvia and around the arena, repairing
airmail express, and wouldIt and renewing the chutes paint Mother Delivers ea'sutifu 19/1. > I
Iteit d''J'Zntt UI' *
make a difference if they drank ing the wood work all over, In. Sixteen Pound Son I jt5serl cloth ,in'rt ' '., rye". aide< "M,

the Juice before they mailed it eluding the fane posts, and tidy. ....L .. "Io' fjebrI... .... ./I.MI" 1.1./r h"'pr". "Pu. te7/ '*.
would it be any cheaper Then MISSOULA Mont. AP) ... price .
Ing up the rodeo grounds In gener. ( -"; .pse \., wiper, IZZII.f/1// .*
the little darling who wanted to Missoula woman gave birth I now *'*IJ.OI
codfIr
know if it would be all right U she alIt was also decided that every Thursday to a boy weighing 18 lerior,, p05ere a.ins'netssinnr'Tee.......,. .. .'aped, 8a3S5.ADterm' MV'< $139.00SAVE (
.
.
used her, circle knitting need. pounds 4 ounces, listsdrr .
for the
thing bought
presentation ,,'''' rovers'wIh i
,,
lee to make squares for an Afgan of the rodeo that could possibly be Dr. Steven Preston said he we.h". NheCl
she was starting. I believe I purchased in Immokalee wouldbe has been delivering babies for } X00,00sow
.It"
outfoxed her though when I told purchased here The policyIn :29 Z years and, this was the iarg. n 3S.50YOJll Vlrr.S $ \ .. sedan, tul..". lid. trio.sow.

her that, although I had never the past has been to presentan est by about four pounds Dellv SA dwr.' I.iu" l'II'u"

'y knitted, I was sure the circle award of a saddle to the win. en was by Caesarean section, ""fll blue e.h} .Iu' I i nl..t p,.... 8211A'(3'I
needles would work much better ner of the "all around cowboy" Neither the hospital nol Preston .n' I tf .note.,
U she used used them to knit a title This year |It was decided would Identify the parent lIillt'IJlul' tn la'\o. ryl)
hat for her head providing they -- "" 3
to present a large silver belt "o doo 11151.11 00QQ
were small enough. Tee nee.. . buckle with the insertion/ on Don't Be A Litterbug ". ." 0, "."1,. SA1 I! \$3ce '
We thought we had troubles with .f bh ,.
too many bikes on too few side -- 554 r'ern, .Ig"' ArIrhing Duo 1lnlatl/e// Nllrer

a r r I walks, but now anew menace has 1Z17$.0" ::1m re/e, run Ipr. :r/elrpte ?,, F'S1m

.r' cropped up the motor scooter.On ATTENTION Ili/1/ new arr./ aee/rlelNj let' ion/
Wednesday while sitting in the /2100,00 .,;. thery Ij ,\01' ho drnrprior
enjoying quiet Interlude YOU ''d 1.1.1 / / flue;/ ;
hop a HURRICANE REASON PROTECTION Imnlur. /I Sea" Frntine j
")erY .'re shadows zoomed by the win. (Don't wait for another Donna) SAVE $3 .....ml.//..... f.bf, price ell I. ". ."It ..hlt" ...

dove like a covey of intercontinental Awnings at Factory PricesInstalledTMtt 75.00 1I.1I1Z.: ., n..... UIU.'S" gllde ,

missiles.After my heart prov ...."1".. .... ham 11% to 21% eool r. .nd YI.tthd1 YOU
started beating again, I went out. .".,. complMo proloction front hurried. when m proptr taemwaoa.. $300.00
tide to check, and here came Cloud potition' Tr ..... i
oO
,
the five back again, only now I Y ew. "' ...., .itatu,
.
Screened Porch EncineeresPails Kdta' ,
,. power 'M ,In.iertor
could see it was just five teen. ..,. tare %It"
.
uttrln'
v Roofs Carports lllllljr Rooms ."" ... akke
age "monsters" on the above Dtllvtrtd I* XM" riorn* or )ob m_..... for ..... int.ll. a mentioned contraptions. When I el,.., '"'' 11111.rle (nn lurkel aut'. ..It h tau
FORT MYERS ALUMINUM PRODUCTS CO. +trk, ?1ba ... prier { wall Hrt.. Iadse
tried to talk them Into going ", ..'If" .. \\hlt. ListsDesk.4 PdN
somewhere else to race, they EDison 2-4551 (Call collect) Hoek., tat M rsttltohIslet n.r 11I1' tinted I wlad_hield.

said, "Gee lady, this is the rose EuclM.. HtMl ftrti IM sev.reI... $5\\\\\)\ \)\) scat 82317.25 4
new
only place left where we haven't Addd.Ss. leeI,..", a sae peers ,.......i "...... nnUOYOJll SAVINGS 1741711 $350.00
been asked to leave. If you let p.ea al.Lanc.ter You SAVE
us stay for a while we will show D arbutas a nIyside sad fl...'
you how to ride one." Aluminum protfvcfiMall .

The thought of ME on one of t

./ r. 4 those things was too much, andI coupon for free est LOW G.M.A.C FINANCING AT 5'/ with three years to 24,000 mil guarantee... or two yeen.

>"!NEA Telephoto) started to laugh with the re. Na., _
first!
suit the kids had fun and I felt whichever occurs

TZ.T1VAL Shriner brandishes better In fact, the more I talk Phase No.LkttsH -_.,.r__ _
Ii l 1'1' sword at onlookeri ed to them the less like mon. INGRAM 1 CHEVROLET INC.
Address __ _
of of
Ie He was one tens stars they looked. Wby.the1fYen
thousands of paraden who looked cute. But listen feOas,., C1y

pasted down Manhattan' just cause that was my day to 130 NINTH STREET, NORTH NAPIESHONE MI 2.5103d
Fifth Ave. in a daylong procession beJdmUoJUdfcday don't try It Bonded Iasurc4l I t

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CASUALTY! Study Teen-agers to Learn


bt i Ntnt Why They Become Unglued


BY RAY CROMLEY

FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1964 Washington Correspondent

Newspaper Enterprise Assn. ifm


Isn't Collier County Interested? "";'ASH TON-4NEAI-An unpublished .tudy made at

National institute of Mt'ntal Health finds: IIn
the I
During the past week there have Almost a third of a million youngsters 17 and below are ssn
Associate Justices which disagreed outpatient psychiatric clinics in the United:
in
been two meetings/ In neighboring Lee sharply now under care

County of groups who want to initiate with the majority :States.e Two. ,thirds of these are 14 and under IIIII

action to reverse the Supreme Court's We believe such groups are entitled, Compared with a decade ago three times as man fni,. t'Os'

ruling that both houses In a state legislature even obligated, to make efforts calculated dren 14 and under are being admitted to Is mental up sharply hospitals

to convince Congress that necessary e The suicide rate among teenagers fan
be apportioned strictly on a population e Though a drop in the number of total patients in "'Iqtal ?.
basis. Congress will be urged to steps should be taken to overturn Institutions is expected b) 1970. patients in the 1024 W

take the the Court's decision. expected to Increase. It
necessary steps to nullify theCourt's age rangeare
It Is noteworthy that Chief Justice pi''
ruling. THIS TREND, research men at
l'O\l'tRED1111: : the m
Published reports of the meetings Indicate Warren, when he was serving as governor 't\atlonJllnstllute: of Mental Health !have been analyzing neimestigations

that Collier County was not represented of California, himself expressed the on how disturbed: mentally ill and deImquent II"c

opinion that no change should be madein teenagers get that way
even though our county will turntd these tentative finding el
This research has : up on
feel the effects of the change even more the traditional method of electing state teen.agers by individual Investigators: (IA good deal of this

than Lee or Monroe Counties, both of senators and representatives. What work has not yet been fully verified bv backup research) opi p'u'

which caused him to completely reverse his e Moving{ from poor to good housing does not, on the
This Is
were represented regret measurable emotional improvement of the
result in
table and should be remedied when thinking has not been explained.We teen average.ager and his family. In fact the neuroses of teen.ageri

other such meetings are called. feel that Collier County should at may increase with improved housing

least be represented at future meetingsat High school boys who later became schizophrenic were
How far the will
project get is a moot which the method of found to have less Interest In girls than the average teen [
new
apportion.
question, but our county should, if nothing ages
else, have an observer or spokesmanat ing membership in the House and Senate Parents of teenagers tend to over,interfere with their

these and other that will be discussed. Surely it is of sufficient teenage children on those teenage problems which the par.
meetings surely
ants themselves failed at when they were youngsters. this
will be held throughout the state. It Is Importance to the county to war prevents the teenager from developing his ability to think

reported that groups in other states are rant having a local representative in and act independently

planning similar action attendance. RPrpNSOf C Numbers of adolescents are being hospitalized becauseof
severe emotional problems in the period of their first
Some Collier Countians will
Getting Congress to reverse a decision per. separation from their parents during the freshman year or( jlP
of the U S. Supreme Court Is not haps, feel as one Lee Countlan did about college. jlP

going to be an matter One state the project. He was quoted as saying "
easy taiR'rAr \ GOOD RFSEMUlltRS arc coming to believe in. p
"I 1 don't buy of this" and
part expressing
alone can not possibly turn the trick, butif any creasmgly in the importance of( fathers to teenagers

enough states join in the project the opinion that the group 'Is ....... &1''...... . One investigator finds the problems of teenage. girls in 0t

who knows? It might possibly be done. "driving a deed horse." He may be right. ..W' : ";"' ,:;<,,:. identifying themselves" as women are greatly increased 4

Certainly he Is entitled to his opinion.But when there is no father in the home.
The Court's decision Is (1
not
being opposed Another group of investigators finds that a high frequfncvof
just on the whim of a small group. so are those who are convinced the The Best of theft and personal crime tends to occur in those societies t

Thousands of Americans In every statein Court is wrong and that something shouldbe BoyleBY where the young boy is limited in forming a close relation 1I

done about it through calm and hip with his father
the convinced that HAL BOYLENEW
nation
are sincerely There are Indications some researchers believe, that it ,
the Court handed down an unfortunateand orderly efforts. 4 I III better for a boy to admire something In even a bad father

incorrect decision. base this We feel certain enough Collier Countians I than not to admire him at all I.r
They YORK (AP-Remarks years, Esmerelda, I guess rI

belief not only on their own thinking, are of the 'latter persuasion to justify that single girls jet tired of dur. you've put out a lot of dollars INVESTIGATORS HAVE BEEN WORKING with monkeysto

but on the minority opinions of three some action by local leaders. InC Leap Year-or any ether for"What office showers," SHELL AND FISH better understand why teenagers and their parents act c
years are you waiting for?
"Well Sir Galahad Editor, Collier County News the way they do. Some have found that how teenagers turn 1 (
Esmerelda, you know Just before I shove off for
out is strongly affected by the relationship they had with
there' such thing ai being too "The thing I like about you, Europe, I feel constrained to (
mothers
(their during babyhood
Esmerelda Is that know
choosy.
you write you of a few thoughts which 1 .
"Sorry Ma'am but how men really feel. Now One investigator reports that female monkeys who as infants
we don'tserve you could appear In Letter to EdU
I ladles without escorts at take my wife, for example. She received no mother love "become helpless hopeless

others the bar. Would you like a U.We doesn't understand me at all" tor.As a transplanted Yankee and heartless mothers, devoid or almost totally devoid of any ,1 II I

say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS ?" Her elbow Is worn out from 100 per cent Republican (exceptfor maternal feeling'Stamps I

''I wouldn't exactly call her throwing rice at other girls' local matters) I think the

an old maid. But then, on the weddings." "sad" appearance of Sen. Keat.
other hand, she certainly Isn't "U you want to know how the log on NBC's Today last Tues In The

British Guiana Wooden NickelsA getting any younger" pension fund operates, Jack, day was pitiful The old "has
"I'll get Esmerelda to baby. you'd better ask Esmerelda. been" and his pal Javits should I mfffafOHMOUMm AP rVewtfeofures I
British Labor's suxgentton that a bank in Wisconsin has found that sit for us, Joe. After all, she She knows It backward and for. buy a lot down in Marco and spend 't'tI
| STD KRONISH
By
Commonwealth commission be invitedto people do take wooden nickels despite doesn't have much to do In the ward." the rest of their lives shellingand :
seek a solution to the problem. of the well-worn! admonition. In fact, owners evenings" "According to the memo from fishing. A SPLCIAl puetale siaiip l I"> II ark Iriliml, s p.ifin

British Guiana Is of of the 20,000 S-cent pieces Issued by "When she first came to work the personnel department, she' While Goldwater was my boy, patron in lie( Next lark \\orlJ I ur h In-- itist' hii ',"'
one the most eon-
the bank them and the here, she had the best figure of been with us 20 year tomorrow. I Scranton
hoarding thought In
are was superb i issued. Featured the
on new 1.UlIl'i it.I the Irish I'.u 1111111
11 ructlve to be "
ottered yet bank spurned mail orders which owed any Ilrlln thl place. I'll flip you to see which one of his Immediate endorsement of I A
Jj As matters stead, the riven colony's in from all parts of the United States "Honey, If you take my 'advice us has to take her to lunch." Goldwater after his defeat The al the fair and (he IMM. upturn Irish I'.mlinn \' "

politic leaders have demonstrated their The bank says It issued the wooden'' you'll marry any' of them. "The thing I like about you la two old sanlles, Keating and J a-\ York World's I Fair I'h4-<." M ", nnuJ I." ilu n.n ,

Inadequacies In handling the forces nickels because: of the current abort- All men are bums anyway, and that you're not nighty like most vita, couldn't go alone, yet they I the country "Hri." I lure will

which have been let loot*. Assumption age of coins Although the tokens were one's as good as the other. The dames. You've really got your were prepared to back Scranton be two denomination of this, iKi I
backed by the bank's own reserves, their main thing is, does he have a feet on the ground" If he won. i IIi in-5 pence and I hhillmt e t11 I
of emergency powers by Governor issuance was an encroachment on a steady job and go to work every "Gee, Esmerelda, you're a Apparently, what Bill Scran. pence-in multunlorf.. Ale tin II I
Lujrt Is nothing more than a stop-cap. prerogative of the U.S. Treasury, as day?" real sport How come a nice girl ton learned on the playing fields pounced by the Irish It'purlnurll.. II I
Almost anything that the United Kingdom the bank readily acknowledges "At her age you'd think she'd like you never got married? I of Hotchklss and Yale, Keating of Poets and Tekgruphx is tilt I

might try to do Itself is suspect, at The Wisconsin incident Is good publicity have outgrown the Cinderella bet you could make any man and Javits never experienced.John contemplated iiauamt in September I

least as far as Premier Jsgan and his for the bank, but It also points up complex. But you know how happy." at a set of "I:urnpu"Ktampx I
.
what Is described as the wont coin some gals are. They go on all '..., ..." ,,. "h."'.,'.' ,'x,:' W. Fawcett ,
supporters ere concerned And there Is shortage In U.S. history Not only nickels their lives dreaming that some _:; iV .' :. := .'R1R4t"W: :" Naples, Fla. Collector: thin t.tuiim ik. I
a reluctance on Britain part to allow but the other denominations also Joe In shining armor Is going to siring firxl-iluy io\ir: : nl Ilu {
any United Nations committee to moveIn are In short supply The rise in business gallop up on a white horse and World' Fair I Mump"' may wine .',,k I'I Hill, t 0"" ,

as Jagun urges activity, greater use of vending ma weep them away from It all." BARBSBYHALCOCHRAN to Irish CiKhu ('UV'III, Harold Wilson proposes that the com- chines. Increased Interest In coin collecting "The linen In her hope chest l St., Hnxklyn,1'.. 1121(1.( IH."" II" .". ,1"1'i ', ,Id, I I'III I
muiiion be composed of a Canadian and the growing population are Is turning yellow." TODAY IN A complete act on cater (....1M 01.I 01 I "S"l"t.I"" ,

Trinidadian, Jamaican, Indian and West .11 cited as factors "Good Lord, I almost forgot- 'I 1. II"t." .." 'mu .t.II"p./tt'r, ,, ,ir, ,
African If such a communion gets no Much of the blame has been laid to It's my wife's birthday. Would If you want to be popular . l, "It niilliiin, ill lirst
I I'' place then it may be necessary to go to the Treasury. The Treasury certainly you order me a dozen roses for learn to enjoy being bored by WASHINGTONWASHINGTON llu 1.5 I I'?
the world community for lltance. has been shortsighted in falling to anticipate her? And If you have time on others. C e .in" uitKid I th.it 1"1-.1"1"
Meanwhile some effort, greater than the extent of that ,...I, .'I i the iil.udi, iriulM.II I, ,,
a shortage your lunch hour, I sure would i " "" ''I Ur"I "" Ii" issn.il" I II I. "n
anything 10 far attempted, is vitally caused one bank to resort to wooden appreciate It It you'd stop by Scientist have revealed (AP-The p! r. I IV,si",, ,iiieri.il nil '"" I I I" I I". I.r, lit 'IKl '
needed.-The Montreal Star nickels.! -Tht Times (Son Mateo, CAliI /., and pick up a couple of theater that the chirp of the cricketis State and Defense Departments rcc.,irtlt" SI., ip III', I li,'> a* l hit d i L viplm il lV
i not a love call. Wow, are are making It easier for Amerl 'i'ii tli ,
tickets for tonight. I think I'll "' in 1'.hl'I' ei i fli.! 'I n dm I I Hi II
surprise the old girl. Gee, we relieved can newsmen to cover the war i stated .1.1'i 'ip' N"I'l hut "' .. III ., ( l hunt
[ In South Viet Nam. ,h d K I "
Foreign Policycivilian thanks, Csmerelda, you're a e e iti mi J\ nlSc '< Hi
real doll. I don't know how I'd .. They are flying small groups
get along without of from two to four newsmen to
you. .
The foreign policy of the United leaders and the nation's ''Shl'' married to her JOb."i"WI'r. !} the Asian country for visits of WASHINGTON AND"SMALL
from 10 14
to days They are
States, largely bipartisan in the top military professionals . collection. taking for Tessle.up an office She"marrylnr L. 1 provided with public affairs officers .

postwar years, has been criticized pursued a risky path such as Jim-you know, the _. rA to assist them and hellcop. BUSINESS"
began at Munich a quarter century in the tens to fly to battle areas.
root and branch by the new Re- guy shipping department
ago. . ." The existing foreign How do you like that?-ahe's Lots of marriage knots are The new policy follows In. y C. WUION HARPlftliMMUll
publican platform. The attack is policy is described, by direct here only three months, and got tied in June and lots of men creaslngly critical reports about

technically aimed at the Democratic implication and in contrast to the a man already Shall I put you have less rope. the way the South Vietnamese Irr ,.r lulir Hit I" ',MUI, ". dun If &IINI te'| *..,.k .III I'
down for buck e e eNERB government, aided by the Unit. hunt conn to gripe with Ihi Him, ? iniithi S.) wick h
a ? Gee, over the poi
Party. But at most key points "new crusade" for freedom and ed States, was fighting the war problem of how In 1'lIlld i up Hit' Sot i u inly tiixi. mill", Hi

the term "Democrats" could be deleted against communism, as one of "ap w against the Communist VietCong SiKlal Stiurilv fund luthti tlllplo" .. +. 0111||| bt Ultllllll

. vacillation. fawn. rebels. (Ihun spend| turn Kiiklnu euv dl'UI"1." utfort IIIC"II1:1.\ id
and the phrase "Democratsand peasement oAT vET IIJ 1II"/'l'UO"/ the bl'llt'lil duet.,
The first of jun S'rt! wick
moderate Republicans" sub. ing amiability . 'second best'weapons 'ix ( } RNODORAVAnr group newsmen mints .ml .if the fund.'Ihk. e|I"'r* *
invited by Secretary of Defense .
.
policy. . accommodation, ; COMCGOn tn average of i.250.000 nr.
Robert McNamara
S. Is
stituted. The shafts are directed at currently .. I
jiur when the ,
required
heneallarle
not opposition. (concerned with) \ ROSS EnonoTV wAs In Viet Nam and are bring *.lId'dra
Kennedy and Eisenhower and Tru. !i Pollux' another 'p',1| on the .utu iif "bo'Islnn'urlly l h In .h-
year I 1147! A
I R E B i T Krp
international J. \.ucoll: .
prestige polls . 29!I. ConOra group is due to leave Saturday. *.. (hen la ('un.. brouk rrpuru, the Not'Ul *.
man policies almost without dis .moL.lug u R R C n T A l 0 E WASHINGTON .
It is said to have "encouraged aggression ::111. Rc.l"rcml (AP-Ne. revs Rep John Ixhhruuk, rarity report far that year prrdltUd '
crimination. in South Vietnam by appearing .lule :\2. tudmllJ' I n E E D I S T C n PT. gro s earn only' about onehalf Ohio liHik the tr.iulilr. to read In |IU j { ymenU would
They are extremely serious to set limits on America's \\ hUe dolUKhl"f p U i E T is much js white workers In the all U report. > r..a'h HJ million Inntetd. In
charges. poplar ::13. !\lIclI T tl 4 Y I, E A S e. o United States, Secretary of La. that has 1S52 they totaled SI billion, flRI!
willingness to act-and then, in I' .dll bor Wlllard lain rrlra.rdalnre. million
W. Wirtz said
They written Goldwater H Quld.lhIl.I F I C A H I A G 0 R A The l 1911! report pro
were by the deepening struggle, it has sacrificed U. Earn 3'T i'rdduts Tliurada! ) theplan dk led total payments In 1954 oTSI
a t H T
[ C C n r U R .
supporters. No one doubts that. But the lives of American and H. !\Itlodlou. .19.Iluuthig The se 'ieUn said, "There Is as.atarled billion 161 million Indeed,
ass BCE EL.SC lipI'and
the words are not the words of the Allied fighting men by denial of IS. Sindlar rI'cd 111"11 a 'ontlnuing lag and it Is conicIn I I they reached. S3.17S million.

candidate himself modern equipmentM 16. Supreme .f J. Hd'f }',. SOLUTION 0' VUTUDU'S PUZZLE getting worse' It reIi tin a Th", it * rcaMiriabltthiit
We need bring IL Gern"'l1 Whiz said more education, n..U..r. arms"
to have the word of
It makes no distinctions between 17. Dutch in order to keep faith with
better housing and job . .
songs :.1. 'rUI\1I\ i (,141,11111111comlllune opportunities the
Senator\ Goldwater these I iHMipIv
on impor. on the
present soil
Soviet and Chinese communism. It .fJ. thlhUllln: men tree were needed to make III tilt elr ten, I
n
a uxts IIlhl'lI
tant matters. Most people think calls for "victory for freedom," but 19. .tools H.1.IL.e :I. Eager: a. III.pM."e civil rights a reality.WASHINGTON '. ." 'ei lash I bust,, , "v ,II have to frum bt mined
they know by now where he stands. then it continues with phrasingthat Saxon king \'rt'\h'la. \UCIa.I" "I (AP)-The IJ! C W. M.rfl.f t" m" imn imymtntxThin
But :(1.1I.lh'lIllI 4. KUI I "I Senue th fund h... pond out
they aren't sure A considered, cupptylions Selective System an.noune.d mon' e e
raises questions as to how this 23. \\C.IIII IXWN: cole than n hu, t tiki' in Tin mien
IU I .. ThurjuU' ( 200 n I h
coherent statement of '1' " men major reason why
position .
on would be achieved: "There can be ll\"CII 3. .\pploll... ,,I would be drafted for the Armyin in of pay I outs ""'r ucntnrtiim "| Ihe nallnn'a independent bu.l-
the great issues of foreign policy no peace, there can be no security 26. Bench IcdKt 6. SO\\ lienoddt September. .,s follaxn; W8 SJ11 mil. I nrnitmeii. rating| Ihroafh the
is to The lion IMW si.:271 million I9W
yet come acceptance until this goal is won . (Under This compares with the 1964 STI2' million Natlonil rrdrration W Indr-
speech not yet delivered when Republicanism) there will be no I l 4 S 1 I y I'I III: .\IUIIIIIIIIIII.ullh. low of 8,000 in June and the million halo: I1MU MMI7: SI million billion Only 274 i'I.pendent.1.lntl'O. B..I....... have con-
this is .' .. of d *iln.l icing
14,000 in March.
written-may clarify. privileged sanctuaries to protect - - high in I Idol! I IA 11M there lurjiluanintintmti .

Consider these charges in the those who disturb the peace of the IZ 01J :21 tlnanlrtrih; . .Jf..Jf. . In. S72* *million, medi-care'

platform. They are obviously aimedat world. /. IS ., COLLIER COUNTY NEWS I As etHrnred by She data te-
. ;/ 22: !\ \111'rhahdn In Vise p"'m..nt. had not yet eloped
by the l'rl'um.n..1Ie. .
both Democratic and Republican This the lt-Publisher real hid SI billion Last .
is in sharp contrast to I'1 I II I, "r..up MICHAEL CHANCE. yearMxlal b.rrarratt project p.-
administrations: nation's policy in the postwar yearsof r :Jj l'r".I\c, lu THOMAS HAYEK. Aueclite E4,toePubhsii.d .. Miiully paid out Sllhllllon. tenll.1 |", ....( and outgo, ?

The "Democrats" have "sought stopping aggression outside the .?' .i; 0 II II U 1ud'1\1. and dally, In th accept moon Monday ty K4S C.million. n> *nly a guessing game

accommodations with communism Communist circle dissent the ltrJ \ PuBl'ihing Co: ttran Ihv aunt further
encouraging IJ l'f II 1. | ; ) lUrttd In And at pointed out.
l.sdl address P"0.
without adequate safeguards within, and leaving the final i. 11"hhh: pI'4' rii 1w0 Mid 1f:17:, the timtriUitinn t<> the there are' lmm* from Waihuig

endangered security . adopted disposal of communism inside the 21 II l' II" ,S, it is bee Telephone 17U. Midway 11107 for all inn fund' nipliiM ii aa I "Al'h IK, tin b)n in, ,i"I.II.N.T|4..oo Ion IIOK.if that people with IncomtM .

which will lead to a U.S.S.R. and China to I CIU.1c dapartmantaSubacripton. "I s-iotwor: less are Ih
policies potentially peaceful Jd 'I '' :SI . . rnrnmg InI year ing in nire poverty.
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fatal parity with communism rather than military forces. \"II'IK. Rata* see ,
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JJ 1e Jl J' I carrier or mill' payable In Thin boa aeadlly In. rr .*.d But .
'i/ y people lMMVlrrun.atantra
instead of continued military These charges and policies needto I" H tdugnrr U |
// .......... until no* thr t.mblnrd. emplulre -
disarmament be discussed in national debate J.s ItrKI, n SIS Six Month I'M. are even now paying
superiority . permitted a ld Ono sea and rmpl>'rr tat .hi much
Id "
1" / more
out In
if of the Re. / illnrnnil Tlirao Months S3 rt. 2' '. wi the heel S4.SO* .., tiOrl.IIIrt..r.
negotiations to proceed they are the policies 16" :: WUmbor of The Aaaociaiad, Prow.wnch In earned 1T. ** than they are paying
of 41 41 entitla oieluaivoly !. thauta II year and lour >r>*r* from In harem, .......
consideration publican candidate. But they? la ThM
art the
without adequate i,: \; ::1 ..1'1'IfJ for ..""bllc.on of all local now lh*| lull| | ,. ., u tir, ,. ".. bet.. " military Judgment . weakenedthe We urgently ask Senator Gold. 44 Sa I1' .o,, ,',h. now* llama pnntad ,n th.a P.Prwall .< See in me. Ih.... ( >. prcple
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aa used claaa manor. lacing| uelr s..'erty
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Terrace More" Usable.. with Roof I Designer Bring s Elegance to Kitchen


d By VIVIAN BROWNAP
N wtf eoturet Writer startled his wife bsnn" that he'd hILt to try his hand 11 njewtrtaturei Writer

You can: get more mileage out of your outdoor truce
if you put t roof over it. ', with aails" when he u a. II i the kitchen. Flour and
It can give nice Na HC !! VIM.1 our, r sugar
I coay feeling that even the UHtllA\i\f i. .muter l have been. put
prove hit skill because his vulrwtt
at musthave appreciated while protecting: himself from the t little skeptics' HOME & GARDEN into cup"oardIInd nit a>, ,
element What a joy to sit outdoors when
a light and wood
summa t Temper roof canbe Jre-. cd t punting can
areted rain la falling or to bank in thelun'l have t to lit, \, ,
up in a ftstne fsthion p',,,rn" ng gone '
reflection without blisterlnt' ., One root ik'Ulu' i .1, +, ,, 1In
mat be hung froir the u.il
can be the gayest contrivance ofsll. 1 designer t-\elvn uh! w
superstructure for aterv pleasing. Friday July 21 1MI\ COLLIER COUNTY: NEWS 5
Inexpensive coverings can Some awnings can roll up effect.' Colored glass lanterns i" features ."ceaM""-' five lany'
give aa much satisfaction aa and down at a pull but the most countries t
hlIs hurricane shades can mike the
An old hanging fngluh
lighting "
more
expensive
permanent arrangementa. popular types are those that are
area eiKclalh ltrscti\e at
fixture of patina shaded "brusahangs
In Advises
fact the
temporary anchored their metal framework Designer
on
awning makes nl.hl.11111., green or rust from the ceiling. On ,. .
en it look
gayer in fashion until
permanent colored '.
canvas is good ale arts painting tiom Fuiru wlyd
;I Wisely chosen, thia will
not ruin winter sets in. These are then
wood white wide-striped can' clock and cherub from Holland. a
the appearance of any outdoor removed, bound and stored until
.
vasses are good over flagstone Young CouplesYoung There are faience tare from
patio. The key is in choosing a the next season of tun.If .
brick and slate, bellow and white Portugal a rope basket front "
he material and color that is tim- amall area it involved Ireland '
a very with gray slate ta a good com a madonna from Spain 1 mar'ri
err patico. with the house and groundCover the homeowner may be able to bination.: couple furnishinga \ you can buy now and which and lovely English. lustre ware r
Ie make his own awning.. A man "I played down cola in this
If there it little first home have different. pieta can wait six month, or
A wood very
house looks tpsctoutdoors
good with kitchen .
who ia adept at stitching up ssil- longer except what ia availableIn
on either a roof one may wish to roof requirements from those of
permenenl or awning.. boat canvasses, for instance the accessories and the
'111 Over I redwood deck, one can might like to try hit hand at the area only partially, 10 that an established family Measure Area natural Belgian linen urtamt: ,"

hlhe put redwood or cedar shakes or awning when full sun la desirable. one points out long-time de An .4-foot t sofa may he too \\rl. Jablow explama,

an ordinary canvas awning that An e1-Navv man recently may take advantage of It. If signer-decorator William Gulden, large jfor* the area you have, so The kitchen' an fashioned '
he there Is a lot of foliage around who teaches' a college' course always, measure first. one, has the much' coveted\ high +e ty l

T, that tends to darken the .rn,a for credit at Queens College in Paint rooms into one ceiling and white wall tiles
opening
roof that combines planking and New York. another U., same background to found in apartment buildings of

re plastic panels may be erected, "They should know how much achieve spaciousness in a small long ago. It has a pantry something
'n, ao that plenty of light can shine money they have at the start to home, every woman should have

Here's the Answer through the plastic ahov,. spend, what type Of I furnishings A small| amount of black but usually only available in

'irIt. 133 Stone brick and cinderblock' they want modern, traditionalor lamp base or little table-may be oldrr homes and apartmentsshe

houses can be mellowed by an whatever what colors they the right touch to pull an over- says
,... .,
like. and whether they will live "A pantry with additional '" ---
usIN color
light
it such "sit overhang that wood scheme together
rests
no thing as sn on
pur "
By ANDY LANG in a house or apartment, he sinks and dramboarda 'la a
pose" point. That doesn't mean besets strategically set into the Paint floors until you can afford ELEGANT OLD FASHIONED KITCIIEN war fined up
AP Newsfeoturei blessing, handy for all aorta of
that you can't buy a paint which ground around the flagstone\ or aye.Outdenwouldhke to tee every good>> rugs or carpets Designs jobs from hand laundry to organ. for her own apartment by designer Evelyn Jablow She
Sr QUESTION : This is not will do a good job on one or brick floor A roof and stencilled floors offeran I
temporary can couple start. with s decorator ultra-smart look lung floral arrangements It's used stainless steel ainka and cabined put ,bjecl; .
Stof just a question. It's a com more surfacea a* well tt an be put over it or a permanent roof "not only fur the ease of the ideal place to prepare food' of art on the tiled walls and hung an old English lighting -

plaint. Every time I have a adequate job on other surfaces. can be built but proln.lon.1akill ,decorating, but the saving in Choou simple lamps( sod for partlea. The modern>> home future from the ceiling
'
paint job to do, I go to our But no tingle paint la the right is required if '' it is to be money and confusion." hades. Opaque shades are smart reeds a pantry more than any
but absorb ,
paint for every purpose added to the house as sn afterthought They should at least start out too much light. Better other area particularly for
ib paint dealer and talk it If I"'. to have a few lumps with trans pieces like her old black com Above it It in old French,
perfectfor because crossbesms equipped with knowledge, heaaya. atorage needs, she ,
over with him. I keep trying surface number the lucent shades in white off white aaya mere II range gas atove to the wooden cabinet. The steel I was
one,
necessitate carved niches' in the Me has devised formula
hits Jablow designs furnitureand Over she installed used tt panel inseit in other
or ivory. Colored shades the new apartment it -
rum
In to get a single paint that chances era ll It lea than per f.cad.'h n the roof is to be for decorating Dial-a-Style
I to scheme of a and 11b.d accessories, a good deal of a chic stsmlest. steel metal cabmen in the kitchen'
will handle different kinds fact rot surface lot number surf..two and used for only several! months a be published soon that he hopes, taste room are it from stainless steel. So when, hood of her own desian with a A little wooden>> milking 8\\1.1\ |
of he just passable number year, the temporary roof seems will be helpful. fly she the stainless. steel low
y surfaces but always three. That's share Hit spinning Try lo achieve a seating. for saw tambour-style edging. Itelween it serve at a counter An
paint to be the best solution It looks wheels ditected' to styles, one tinks, vintage 1929, in this Ideal for
I tells me there is no such industry has SM/M Ms biggetl eight people in the living room snd the stove Is adrop-lesf, able snot preparing food I..
good, serves the purpose and finds out historic' backgrounds, apartment, the decided to use she points out
without of the metal with
. thing and I wind buying advances it) r* dragging chairs from on casters
up years: >
providing
three srxcirte swawnga lor may be replaced in years to comeat what fabrics. accessories and other areas.: A large sofa (better the metal in other areas, highlighting maple cutting board surface. "Wood lend a particular kind
twoor different kinds specific
h"r ..rrac... n..'. M doubt slight cost to the ownerS colors accompany the style than a love ...tI.) two comfortable It with the accessories Below the sinks she used the of softness lo this metal, enhancing .
Yet I always get the impression that It lasses the consumer's me people will wonder what dialed. Upholstered chsirs one or from abroad, metal aa I base front with a it all the more," aha

from reading paint choice little owe .difficult but you do about bugs at night once Moor' Plan more ottomans that may be drawn She moved a few 'favorite tambour sliding storage. area says.

advertisements that there ha ia ....red. after Making his you have your outdoor terrace ao "Another Suggests important ides is a up to the chairs for napping or

s are paints which can han selection carefully, that he will pretty that you hate to leave it. floor plan. A large piece' of furniture used for additional testing; <

dle everything. Is my paint get a paint which will look better The only answer ia retreat from such at a triple dreaaer several smaller chairs with up Women Service Own Appliances ? I
"In last longer and is easier holstered seats and
'dealer giving me the right lospply the onslsug'nt. One generally may not fit properly into a room perhaps' with
h than the paint he would can't use these outdoor spots at and may prove too big to move wooden frames and arms that
dope have purchased twenty years ago night, but they pay off for the around staircaae landings or look lighter and are preferred by Is the day near when women will repair their own 11Ilt way the service man

1 vet time they can be enjoyed The even to get into the house or people because of their straight major kitchen appliances washing machine dishwasher doean't need to take the machine I
\ f ANSWER: You can thank your (Questions of general interest only other solution is a screened- apartment," he advises. backs dryer7 apart to find a small\ problem. He
I' dealer for being honeau There will be answered in this ..0Iunl1.Individu.1 Gulden floor plants Gulden ia also the fix it right in the house,
Y in porch' which' is another kind suggests s on faculty It is possible admits appliance engineer, Jnhn C. can
j are painta which can be used onIs correspondence can of thing worked out on the scale of and advisory panel of Laboratory rather/ than take it out something I
/ variety of surfaces, but there not be undertaken.) one-half inch to a foot on paper. Institute of Merchandising' !! in Martin, who says we get closer to that Jo.l.. manufac- w* don't .like," he says,

And that hats. of room. be made New York City and Is President hirers continue to reduce need Women are eager for (Innovations
I '' ---0 with details such as sires and Emeritus of the National Society for the servicing of machines In the house, hut they Ire
I N THEHOUSE- placement of windows, doors Interior Designers. grew up Service men may not melt as unaware that technological I i
for. So I they could do area
Ice did when guts
: in the men refrigeration achievement lake
fireplaces, ilunels. Cul-ouu of design and decoration time.
replaced the Ice box, but they pairs. Some of them do now I
furniture may he put over the floor field Both parents and one grandparent "We never revolutionize. w.evolulionh. .
1tFj I : I,plan as a teat for fit and for a were In it. Gulden lives certainty have less to do. Along gave up long the ago Iryingto I / design' .. This new roller-
product thought they
:: general idea of the space required In a I ().y..r-old farmhouse In those linn Martin illustrated by way drive washing machine motor, has
be. We them the/
ought to design
hr7 .. .:... he ..y.. western New jersey. showing the newest advance In been tested for six years There,
way they tell us 10."h. "lam..
machinea
agitator-type washing
J J "Young people never realize will be some wonderful things in
ANDY LANG how much storage space is a unit minus pulleys, belts, Appliance" service culls have the future and they ire being
I AP Nawsfaoturas By needed, so some furniture should black profile portraits popularin crank case, oil pump The whole been cut 4* per cent since 1958, tested now Hut It takes lime"

.. \be, chosen with that idea in mind. \ti.!i8ih| Century: because they Idea of liquid lubrlfaliun has ,"he, points'' nut Freeurt bed to wwt until the
1'lilt Cabinets with doors dr drawers were inexpensive' .nicknamed btfen problem ()el& hblpffuI'lahb ulle. ,
The phymul structure of were a from a *flrv'', dine distribution arid! Mhrtmient of
htmen
are better in that reaped than ".11 h 0 u .It e ," after standpoint he Bays. In the last from foods could he worked out.
("( plywood makes it an especially those with legs," he ssys. Elienne: de Silhouette whose "Women are superior to men years has been a small Instrument Dei'Ironic cooking. has been

desirable materialfor drastic economies n public finance i. In assembling precision puts analysis bos. that plug nun around rl1l i com time. but II re

project: which require Cheerful Accessories controller under Louis XV and as a muter of fact they area the washing machine and regis quire different, re, Iprs, difti:rent
large unbroken surfaces. wr Gulden suggests taking the caused win to use his name for lot cleverer shout products thin tea the exact trouble on light lelhndk "f procij'..ln, I" di
F Plywood sheet measuring 4 feet -+ color scheme from fabrics He anything chesp. most engineers give I them credit! Indicators, und ? forth

I doesn't believe In startling --
by I feet are standard in all .
I lumber years Many dealers carry colors, preferring to put cheerfulness

I panel in smaller sizes and tome in the accents of ac CALL MI 2.4248
ceasories which' be
can changed
will make cuts to exact' specifications.
when you are tired of them
"I always try to talk young
| When you ore purchasing a 4
people into good bedding., Start REVERSE CYCLE
by 8 Kneel and doing your own
with mattress and spring on legs
I cutting which is the most
.; economical method spend a Later have the mattress and
little extra time in laying out the spring built into regular beds."
When deciding on formal or AIR CONDITIONER
work. You will J me over very
often that all the pieces for your informal room schemes think in
project can he cut out u( a single terms of suitability whether you $200 00
panel provided you plan the cuts are the outdoor type or the sit- 13,500 BTU

properly. In all woodworking, et-hone type he says.
there I III a certain amount of lie advises his student. HEAT COOL

waste, But this waste can he Rooms shouldn't be like museums
kept to I minimum if you do not allow\ space for saw kerfs between birch' maple, oak, cherry walnut to impress friend.,

make the cute in a catch-as- adjacent pieces.In mahogany and beech. You A family room is useful for a Courtesy Corp. 9434th Avo. No.

catch-can fashion. As any ex doing the culling, keep the will find that not all dealers big household but costly! fornrwlvweds
penenced carpenter will tell pad side of the plywood lacing carry all kinds but !if you want who'll be tempted to
you "measure twice and cut up if you are using a hondssw, t a special wood which your dealer dSc,! it for storage
once ." And don't: forget to table saw or t radial ..v.'. If you does not have in stock he ahould ,
I) rlc Ion the essential
are using a portable power saw be able lo gel it for you fairU pies"
the cutting i* dixie with the good: quickly The big seller is fir

YOU'LL FINDEVERYTHING side. fan down. (Thi. advice U i plywood because Hi ,is the most
designed to prevent the best plentiful and the chespesl. It
side of the plywood from splintering has a wild gram thai >II a little

YOU NEED FOR A as the saw goes through it. tricky' to finish, but which an WESTINGHOUSE
But a little splintering may be conquered b> using oni if the Instant On Television
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BETTERLAWN get the knock of working with. for this type of _...>d.
plywood. llnlll that time, the I
I splintering can be reduced by It Is estimated that 85 percent
& placing: piece, of scrap' lumber of the wood needs of the
under the scribed! line and sawing United States Is harvested

both together. from tree farms, industrial
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grayson reports .t I Stable TonightIn

I iIf4k Garden Debut 1 e

Despite Smiles, U.S.- "y l is 1I I I\' YOI5K (AP-.h. Tel I. j

ii, 10'-' III Hesno, Calif., hoics 'to
U.S.S.R. Meet's Grim
BizBY
mtkr it f mi III'|' ots In a roe aIMadiann
Square Garden tonight
HARRY GRAYSON wi" h,,' tik-. 1111 i Iit'oi'ed ,rose
Newspaper Enterprise Ana.NEW :S1'dc'" I Cii' ', .. i II in rout' 11'1'1.!
II"I ",Cht II t "
'OIUAPuhlid( : ) the coni|>elilors and l loflicinls "I iI.II'. "( II'' ,iu 'H. .s it but now . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
at (lie S.-lUissian! truck: meet will have their ,
1 -'d i i I' I "i ''' i r' favored t
traditional smiles. I I'' I"s i- \11. I lankinpihamplon COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday July 24, 19.4
Privately, however both shies consider the 1061 meetin '" 'I 6
.
Los Angeles July 25-26 grim competition. Jt is regarded as Gull .
the most important because this is an Olympic year, and I i the list (luce weeks,,

everyone-with the U,S,S.R. in the forefront-Is hoping to \I Jilt' Thoint n shipped Eddie Inter-Club Tournament
dent U.S. superiority in the men's events. wr'r ''I .I I ; i II'I; //11'\1\ knocked
The meet should 'II 'I-i i oe" I d i .nn\ nit
U.S Russian serve as a good preview.
This will be the sixth meeting between the two countriesand : '' 1l'u 1 ,nkieai:
1,11.1', .i "i i ,, , & were un
the Russian Draw
depending on how you score- or American To
way-a number of streaks still stand. : dry 1"",. _, At Big Cypress

The Russians, who combine the scoring, claim they have 'I I "I'It I "p.! "s i i ante' IM ttf .i
not lost a meet but, since the U,S. scores the meet separately, r ''I II '.: .\ .I nitlth before
American men have yet to lose the women have yet to win. ee ? I' ,I' I I' 1'I.I I. His reiordtsc 140 Golfers TomorrowAbout
The Russian men came close in last year's meet at Moscow 'I.
losing by Just five points. 119-114. The United States' marginin I " ,. r" III "i .idof Fies'He ,
first place finishes also was its lowest ever 1210. L J "It '" i" 1 i lutur.l.1n. 140 golfers from sevei. Bonneau; 9:56. E. Kelly Post

This made Russian coach Gavril Korobkov very happy but '" 1\1 i lit"i i I I" a i 234 re- teams representing members of \\'. Wiltshire Conover 10:10
it didn't give him a false sense of hope. III' till\ i ii,,' making his the Southwest Florida Inter-Club: Johns Fey, Westbrook, Zleg* I

"We are," he said "clearly aware of the fact that in Los ij I. i ut in the match In ben.I Golf League will begin teeing off ler; lOtlS Gestefeld F. May. "

Angeles we shall meet a team of much higher class than we ., i 01 ik (k\Bt ) tPlevt.1Baseball at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Dig Roesch Memoli; 10:26 -Schreiber -

received in Moscow There is going to be a close struggle." t\it1 ,i II'', I si. Cypress In the third round of Guyette Lueck Gibbons;

the summer round-robin schedule 10:34 Sanderson, Duke S. t'
American coach Sam Bell of Oregon State not one to be _. Jones, Parrish '

outdone in the field of international good spirits also praisedhis t .:--. Cape Coral, with first place 10:42 -Coy. Presley Beckett ;
opponents. "They have been getting stronger," he said. victories In pi'evlous rounds will Adair 10.50'Eh renfeldThotllas '
"And although this might be our strongest team, It might not
I tomorrow's match leadingthe Barrow Casey; 11:06 Minor,
\ enter
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do well because of their But I'm the ?
as improvement. sure
league with Big Cypress Nicholson, F. Flesh, Hodges;
kids will be competing hard. '
Roundup itBy I Lehigh \cres and Forr MyersIn 11:14 Bertollnl. Stock Doeage
Bell's "kids" look at the meet their own way. Al Oerter the ---
two-time Olympic champion and world record holder in the CONTINGENT of local golfers who will be playing in the Southw ''st a tic for second. Carlson; 11:22. Lefferson'l' :!
discus is very frank about the whole thing. Florida I ter-club League match which will bo t plaYed tomOI'l'Oat THE Phil Darbyshlre pro at Big Floss, Bethune, and .

"There Is something about these Russian meets," he said. HIV Cnl'CIGolf and Country Club The hefty swingers representing ASSOCIATED PRESS Cypress will supervise tomor I
"I it all of a certain It makes want to row's action, and expects "big
guess gives us unity. us
cither the Beach Club
or Big Cypress are, from left kut>(> Barbara White i i
\ Pi) Ml'Kim' CHUSSsoriated !
which
do well as a team-even more so than the Olympics. In the Abbott things" out of the host team
Olympics I think the athletes are going for individual titles. Moyer and Don Page; and standing from left Bob Kerr, Tom ,\!* Press Sports Writer finished: second at lehigh Acreson Favored In Semis
Tom Weeks and Jerry Fyke. (NEWS photo) Bei'to CampantTls, a 21.jeau ,
but in these meets the important thing is to earn points fora July 11. The teach Club
team victory. old Cuban nude an emergency reportedly will have the strongest Woman's AmateurCHICAGO
While the Russians have been improving steadily so have ovi'rnlgtit trip to join the team In tomorrow'smatch
Kansan City Athletics who had entry (AP) The C4th!
the in the distance
Americans especially events where the
It has been able 10 field
lost shortstop Wayne CauseIn Women's Western Amateur Golf
Little
USSR always has maintained an edge. Maples' Leaguers
this summer. into the
A baseline aeeHent. Tournament moves
Much of the interest in the 1964 meet will be centered on
The first will tee- semifinal round wit
players today
the 5,000-meter run where Bob Schul of the Dayton Athletic Shortly after arriving Thurb.
off 9 both blonde Barbara White 23
at a.m.. starting on Fay ,
Club and 18-year-old Gerry Lindgren of Spokane, Wash., will day Campanerls clouted two
No. 1 and No. 10 The last year-old daughter of a Shrrve<
tees
run against Pyotr Bolotnikov. Rapped By Sarasota 3-1 homers 'aril a single: driving In foursomes will off about port La., coif pro, the stretch-
Bolotnikov holds the world record In the 10,000-meter run three runs, as the Athletics get running favorite ,
and the medal in 4.3 In It In. 11:30.
won Olympic gold 1960 but was forced to nipped Minnesota Miss Whit turned In a 0 and
the shorter distance when beaten recently in a Moscow race. Mini,:s The rookie also* allied The pairings announced by
SARASOTA off
Naples' Little Naples pitcher Bill Tucker. down the third. l \ 4 quarterfinal victory Thursdayover
er > line
ase ass
His best time for the 8,000 is 1338.1 while stole base while the Twins Darbyshire are as followji
: Schul's Is just a ,League tournament hopes ended oUter a strikeout and a Walk, thrown ford two.base and a Judy Bell of Coloradr
away
fraction better at 13:38.0, Lindgren pushed Schul in both the dropped their eighth const'fullvpKiine
i the
way they have ended for the David Clarkson of Sarasota error David Vachon then droppeda Springs, Colo. In her first three
AAU championships, which decided the team for the Russian ]last three years with a loss imashed a two-run double and single to right-center and Bar. NO. 1 TEE matches of the tournament toe
meet and the Olympic trials.
,Sarasota. fIe and another error brought Winning pitcher RomanSchmltt major league time at bat, Jim Page 9:08 Fontana petltlve holes '
wii* just one of five serious In. Naples did score its first run In the fifth run. settled down after that and kept> Kaat's first pitch came in, and Gould Montgomery Whiteley; Her opponent today will be
Injuries Hit Juries that sidelined key person i against the Nationals In three Naples got a run back In the last Naples pretty much under con., Campanerls slammed It over 9:16 Williams.. McCormlck, Jean Ashley of Colorado
ne: !years but It didn't help much nan or the first Inning.After two trol. Hank WaUdh.i singled to the lift field< feme Baker Roberts 9:22 Capellc Springs, a finalist last year who

mil Ranks Of The National League leading !yesterday, The Nationals field. were out, David Barley's ground. center In the sixth, and Don Hunt. Vance Winters and T. Abbott; won Thursay 2 up, over Maggie
Big Pllladelphla Phillies lost .300. "tel better and hit better, and ran .f lined a single past third, but That sixth made the In shortstop onlythe 9:30 Lander, Treadwell, Koe-,, Martin Ohio State coed frolemlrtnai
hitting Danny Cater for at least i up a 13-1 victory It was the both runners were left. Schmitt player major: league! St. Clalrsvllle, Ohio
history to hit a home run on i gel Brumflel; 9:38 (Hunt, C. r
81 League PlayersBy six weeks and possibly the rest opening game In the District 9 permitted three hits, walked In today'a other
Les Zikes Takes the first Davis and Foster
ol the season, Baltimore pitcher I tournament: which will see a to. three, and struck out three. pitch. Pauly match, Dorla Phillips of Belief
MIKE RATHET Chuck Estrada and St. Louis I gal: of 10 teams eliminated The Lead In Amateur Then In the seventh Inning he 9:46Weeks, Uhlich, Wai- vllle, 111., who Thursday de.!
Associated Press Sports Writer hurler Ray Washburn were I'11th team, after winning the ens.rtct BOOTS HURT again hit a Kaat pitch over the worth; Faulconer; 9:54. W. feated Carol Sorenson of JanetJvllle
"Better skip Saturday" Don placed on the disabled list and I: playoffs will go on to the Bowling Three errors led toSarasota's left field fence, this time with a Brown llackett C. Davis and Wls, the 1002 mUst, 3 and
TourneyMIAMI
Drysdale was told. Kansas City lost shortstop'state tournament.In five second.lnnlng runs. Barley, man on. Thnt hit gave him the Eckard 10:10 Douglas Shank- 1, meets PaUl Shock, 21-year,

"Why, because we're playing Wayne Causey for lOdaya.BESPICTACLED 1962, Naples lost to Sara. Fla. (AP)-LesZlkes the II.year.old curve.ball artist, distinction of bRing only the sec Hn, Goggln Wicker; 10:18- old Valpoialso University atu.,
the Giants?" Drysdale asked, I iota Nationals 4.0. In the dls. whose name rhyme with relieved Tucker with the bases and In modern history to hit two Bacon Duffala Sims andE. dent from Saginaw Mich. '
grinning.No trill: semifinals The Nationals strikes, made 32 of them Thurs filled and nobody out In the,vlomers) In his first game Tollesi 10:26 Lumpktn. Miss Shoo In her Western debut
said the doctor because INFIELD i won the district and finished day night to roll up a big lead,,In second With perfect fieding, Bob Mom an did U with the St tj Kateiajnld.jCuinrolngsi/ and H.. Thursday, defeated JanU
lB
your finger's fractured. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) When,,I Inn Mcond In the state playoff. Last the opening round of the second Barley would bavOolOlpufQt the Louis Browns InelSf.OeiCuriously Martin\ Io . I, .' Ferraris of San Fanctsco, 4
That's the news the rliht. Mincher pltys first bass, Jim ]year, Naples got no hits In los. annual Invitational. Amateur; Jam without any I scoring .. and 2,
handed ace of the Los An i.lesDodgers' Snyder Is on second, Zoilo VerI I Ing to Sarasota 3.0, in the dls.trlct Bowling Tournament of tho Jim Collins of Sarasota came enough, one of the 10:34 Townsend Draughon, I t
salles on short and Rich Allen other five players to hit a first W. Crawford. W, Miller; 10:42 -
pitching staff received |: finals The Nationals won Americas up In the fifth and hit a home
Thursday-on his 28th btrtixiay. on third the Minnesota Twins |the: state tournament. The 29.year.old bowler from run over the left-field fence with pitch homer was Hoyt Wllhelm, Latimer, Jalas J. Johnson A. Geiberger Leads

". Drysdale's injury, which will have four infielders who wear Sarasota put the game away Falatlneni., had 202.257.233.279971 a runner on base. It was Collins' The. veteran pitcher got a keysingle Robertson; 10:50 F. Davis
keep him Idle for about 10 days, glasses I urly yesterday by scoring five for an Impressive lead In fourth hit of the day Sarasota Thursday in Chi capo's 2.1 Drlscoe B. Wiltshire and Bell; First Round Of
I runs in the first inning and five the four.day event that drew scored Its final run in the sixth victory over Los Angeles In an. 11:60 Fahrney. Randall T.
other Hartford
I more In the second.Naples com. champions from 16 countriesand on a single, error, and passed 11-lnnlnn contest Smith and B. Smith) I1t14- Tourney

I milted a total of nine errors Puerto Rico. ball. Bill Raj burn pitched part Elsewhere In the Al, Wash. Stafford Weinberg Westover HARTKHJD, Conn.: (AP4
tfield I In a show tournament Jit.ers. Second In the men's divisionwas of the fifth and all of the sixth III ton edged New York 2.1. Dal. and Conelly 11:22 Sowers Last week, Bobhy Nichols woil

JQof I:: Carlos Munoz of GuatemalaCity Inning fur Naples timore trounced Cleveland 7.1 DIxon. R. Settle Willis; 11:30 the PGV Golf Tournament; lit),
with 782. The Naples errors made nine and Boston trimmed Detroit 4.3. Reed Rupert Walker and Sasse. Columbus Ohio, with $3: |
DANG, BANG I Mete Anata of Mexico ,City of Sarasota's 13 runs unearned. ter that brought him $18,000 lit
Sarasota went to bat first, and leads the women's division with There were some good Naples In the National League, Plilla. prize money.
he first two batters hit doubles 194.200-219.197.806. fielding plays In the third,second delpliia outlasted Milwaukee 13. NO. 10 TEE Earlier this month, Chamlplon
10 in 10 9:00Mlnarlch, F. Adams
Innings Chll"altllram.
baseman Hartford
Gary speareda Tony Lema won the Drlt.
pled San Francisco 13-1 Clncln. Hartneti, Golden 9:08 HamIlton Ish
line drive and doubled a run. ; Open ut St. Andrews
ner off first base In the fourth, nail nipped Nework 5-4, Pitts Iledgcock, Cunningham, land, with ;* Hitter he SI.ntt
left fielder Hunter came on hardto burgh defeated St. Louis 8-3 and Newton; 9:16 DeVogt, Emerson from Arnold Palmer.At .
PLAY BETTER GOLF catch a sinking liner Los Angeles; edited Houston 5.4. Tyler Steffens; 9:24 Gll- the Jr,0,000 Insurance City'

llam Povla Kuhn, Herman; Open| on Wethersfleld Country
By Tommy Armour 9:32 Maas Ogden, R. Walker Club I'ourse. AI GelherEer us."

Expect 70,000 To AttendUS.Soviet Raber Eldridge Martens.; 9:40' Barren /Hays of Ing woods a putter, Thursday he traded neeitod for ;a only set'

Topped Shots 20 putts and collected seve
9:48 -Peacock,Nahama Llles birdies for a seven.under.par 64
; 'filE I t I LEFT elbow btmf- and the first round lead.

\ cause: many niorfto Track Meet Ceiherger used his ;cutter !
U.S. Horse Show tot
Read what the nation's |>|x-tl shots than lifting; tin: find the cup: ut ranges' of six
head Wshcn t.iUf 15 feet
<
you LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Traik get .i rhaitre to make the ohm Team Finishes
writers It him lead
top boating say aim at thc hall in adilrosMnjt gave a two-stroke ;
and field tones or the Soviet
pli team, however at the final '
inn .ne going to lie sul. Union and the United States col- Third In London over AI esSlltnk. Jim Ferree,
about this new; boat fromEVIIMRUDE t trials here Sept| 12.13. Jack Rule and Bert Yanry tied,
ctiiotislv iiulnu'd to I.t"'I; | lisle for the sixth time in dual Hayes won the 100-meter rateagainst LONDON: (AP)-.\n Amerl'an with 66'a.

\ I year luad: a is steady ns i it competition Satul dao1nd SUn. the Russians In meet tram ill;Uhcd third In tin ,com Ken Venturl the National)
1t" ,'(U to !\\it1iout a MitTuictUit day, with crowds ot 70,000 or record time of 10.2 seconds in (tttlm' lor tic Prim nf Wales Open champion and Nichols
in!: Hut the left ami more expected *>a'' h cli)'. 1962 and 1903. He wa* on the Cup| In UK, International |Inr half of the new big four In golf I

11.1" a way of coll.iii-siiif; fop The setting Memorial\ Colt winning 400.meter relay) team In Si.. TliUfjda Jt White CKSta Palmer and Lema are the others
Keep tinivrr.iRi1 >l.iur, esprrialiynhen seum, where itinn starts with the 1962 meet awl I also on last 'Hum. The AIII..rh''nll1"1'1' trilled by six strokes Julius]
"For a boat this sire. thin u an soft n i idinc |oli ,i ts left the Il'Ilow j | colorful SO.mlnutt opening rere- year's ielateam, which was I. luulU tussah the British who Boros, Sam Snead and Billy)
(our girl Itltrt )
you could want, The rfTcci, .1* \u pl.tiutl... \\alike + < the doter"sring with monies at 3:30 p. m. PUT. The disqualified after finishing first :'u I none. Italy! second, hail! I li.!! Casper were tied at 09.
tray ding on a cushion of eater ,ilino.t .,1* armstraight athletic events follow for passing; the baton too quirk The pros were as hot as the
a i \\ hip of the right hind in.It'all The United States meets Russia
ly on one of the *xchenfs.Hies \ ,
the steaming weather with 63 post.
though Uiit; were filled aids li\duifoils ,
) fifth straight
the Navy won Its
of
of waiting: until the without the service\ will be effaced eft this
CAA lacrosse championship
1.11'sl t ixwiMo tnonunt for world's fastest dash 11,11'i ', In. y'JI's relas team b\ John Moon 36 .
-7lfGSC9 yard course
Am York li'orld! -Tdrrarn and Sun, this: unctn.'king' ( of; the \\'fist. \otu: jmed Bob Hates ol Florida A. of tl e U. S. Arms last hpnns 1 1I 1y

how almost all tin rrlk'rts| wit tlif t M. The twoilav 41 event pro.
"It the first of ,
represent major; | appcnrancc i'complete .. Hayes 21 was scratched from
flub Isis\k of the ball and .(fraiif" ,'u trim will I* televised national.
outboard pack.ice"! that; iiuluvi\ leadershave the U. 5. team Thur.dJbl'
talked about for vcan" fit, I"t aim in' , head
Sine/ Cadi, Am lark Tinitt; / keep that arm as -tr.iiRht .a\* the, ''nifort;iM\ c nyNIL' an inurto his lell le,. hag ComiMiiv.; Los Angeles will 'y ,
I 101. \bed| out.
ua '
/ TI ,. "\Ve feel there Is J real good
"She n dr\ and comfortable mstern feet lone andcen hlll"O of further mum. to his Los Angeles I Is host of the meet

feet broad, and hai enough! cockpit spur to let u he "nmpetes Bell said, for II""i' last time since It wit
make a 20-foot skiff feel cramped\ "and we trout I Itlit? e that we inauguiated! in ID'S at Moscow.
Ed Moort Am Yoik Should lake that' lun e,' As In previous yeas, the event I I"I '
Journal-.\lmrn.nn. .
Hates, holder ol the noild's serves as a prelude to the International
100.sard dh 'it? old,1 at 9.1 1 seiOiidi '. showdown In tra<*kvln 1
"Al >'Ou RO Into a turn there u no skid I InMi.id. STOCK CAR RACES)) I
({( hurt the leg sm."l.llIg! into the Ol'miU Games, this \tar 111
the outboard s;
iponvin" resists. dnflllUr and tit' 'IKMI, s retaining golf anal wi''iiilng to be held In Tok'.o In October ,;
corner as if on rail IOO.meter Based on rust i-erlormao .
the race in the :National : ,
John kingdom, A war* ,1rn j, AAU meet tour weeks ago the meet should i rorlu> t rld
Every Saturday Nite at Rutgers Unlversit ret 01 dl. Fourteen world Marks N4' N

"Driving hard into a slight chop, we found the He had to pass the QhmpicquallMnc were set In previous d.she..aad ., -
shock absorbing properties of the uponiont phe 8:00: P.M. semifinals in New no less than 12 record holders .
nomenal' York a u*...k later !He I will still are due to ,'ompete; in this.one

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Stubbornness Paying. OffSAN


FRANCISCO (U-Th., property went to a church.

.Actor'i Workshop Is a dandy e x., Recently there have been in. a"a.
ample of how to succeed by dlcatlons that city officials will
being stubborn do something for the group be

One of the country's test,. yond the token contribution of Qt'l/ \"Ol1HliiF.U' ON $
known, mofUiuded theater 110,000, given out of the murtlct. BOATING BOSK'S

venture, it has struggled long pal hotel tax during the past Rrer against civic apathy. That is couple of years to the Work ion h\r had .on the "",11'It'.
1 where determination comes In. shop's $300,000 annual budget a pooil idea to IK iirioiialh, rm, w
"In other .'d be Irving said Mayor John F. tour knottlrdgr of Umling. l h.-,,
any city w
Shulbey notified him, "Thli ad. I lie thh\ ,,,. urn Im.lmaii .b li""11kiitm .I F H'r
doing lot better
a JulesIrving
says ,,, ,
ministration Is determined to uric i i i. i I.IIHII. and| "",1.1 I IIrur
who founded the croup .ml falur qui. miiiiird| | lit lliFtinriijp ,
make amends for the of I
14 years ago with Herbert Blau. neglect Hauling' :SIM\ Vni.' r
"That's the reason we've cot to the past"Under (:ten nuke I lioaliiiPHli' ""ilj, .. .otU ,
fi do it here- nd It can be done" consideration is a planto hiinitinl' | 1 ; Irvine and Blau, New Yorkers allocate space for construe conpft, timttri 1"'I'Ar| | tl. .the nut
who believe that the destiny of tlon of a Workshop center in a of the quit.
American theatrical entertain park which Is being developed 1. If t (taut I'OHrinl, mill mi 1Hnih f kJ :
lies around the old ferry building h01.'l'r ,11..1, nor, ,
meet
with resident '
liLt ki far from Broadway, stressed troupes landmark at the foot of Market | it h"ulil |.io .| I I".t i tau.i t .Cv f r
lliul fart
alit ,
Street a 4tt \h"'iw|>OMn,
their fixity of purpose recently jab
by paislnt up a tantallzlnt offerof During Its career of 82 pro. 2: .\ mood' Iwit.iin, |leaf I.| ii iullifiiolfr .
IIIIti- permanent security for the ductlons thrugh this seaaonthe III.in, a \ IHIIIHIII I l""lt.
project-because it would have Workshop has played in a loft <. Tlic ninnlirr: of/ ii wriiiri- a
had to leave San Francisco. over a Judo school, in an aban. mall: Ixint: ion "" li-K rant, \b i+l
Stanford University proposed doned car storage plant and, ill.Ii'at".1, lit. .the iratiiif. ep.a| '..
professorships for both and en.tlclng currently, stages dramas In two \ail.lilr In the |N>atMl .
production facilities II the playhouses one the auditorium 4. 1 1tl tl life: itiMitrM air .IIII..1|> l
l : :
; of Marine veterans ...oela. by LS, I beet (,, ,
a
worksMp moved to Palo Alto SO
) &. 1\ hen Kiukum .
Uii.lnig
a
r
tlon the other basement two t ep1'iomli
a
miles
_.... away. mill Hi. wind| ,,r tu"rul.
..
..
_,
"' -- blocks away.
_.II5Iio The bid was declined at just 6. NII''i..1I' 01'1'1110.111"| |. trim irfriIn
CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM in summer recreation basketball play was about the time the Workshop The costume and scenery .the Mat' a (mat i. |1..lm..I.l.i
captained by Marty Bowen Team members lost out on an effort to acquire a shops are In a backyard five 7.i To am hoe wfrK, I the |rnith of
fl' were, from left, Bill miles across town and rehear. the bus, limilil. lir almul, . .
venerable playhouse as a Ix iip ---- -- -
McClintock, Pedro Sar, Al) Hackney, Gary Sharp Charles Flood, and manent home. Supporters per rob sal facilities are midway bet Ihidiplli Itr ihr sal,,'.
Bowen. (NEWS photo) tied substantial sums but the ween over a sponge factory. H Tilnnii .HIP niiiior '"m bon the S.nTT.r.: . It Is only good sense for the skipper to eta)
Another phase of the Work. liaiiMiin will, | .tend |,i bring (lie tied up at the dock until small kids are fastened into their
shop's recognition campaign is law of the limit down. life jackets like this well protected youngster
9. V lirn our IHIH! i I. .
\ntnl.iiig
II directed at audience expansion. ,mlirr die one idmip .the ,, an.
Time Seasons Stand Still PET DOCTOR Boy Scouts Attendance averages 52 per cent l.kliij ha. I the 1IIII..r.( | ".".M-r

Iy A. W. Malls, D.V.M. of capacity-about 73 per cent 10 Vhcn ton Invite iiirrt at a ri,.lit
Give Johnson would assure fiscal ease. During .lIjll. the nnp In llip \Irft{ of the T Richardson Film
I the past two seasons the Work. ether ha. llir rl"h..r. way. Tony Making
For Fishing In FloridaTALLAHASSEE shop has had annual aid of $98,. I1 HniitK i',ming nut of f lip, or |pier|
Big Ovation 000 from the Ford foundation ruxp the right of way over' IMUII*
The Workshop over the years already In llir |>atpin| of tiaffii.
-- Time and erman Is the most successful 12. tthpn Satire On Funeral
lade
has achieved notable record of two nirp| hrail on, IndustryHOLLYWOOD
seasons stand still when you fish fisherman and listed a series of VALLEY FORCE, Pa (AP- a that has In. rai.h ilmiild! hear .In llir. Irfl
in Florida. No matter what "things to do" to help Insure a President Johnson told 82,000 accomplishment The ronnl an"''rr In all llir'*
the weather, your chances of catching successful safe and enjoyable cheering Boy Scouts at Valley eluded original works as well as qupotioiM. I In 'faW.. If amt .li|<| fishing trip NERE'S' a Forge that the U.s government classics. a few liiirn. i h.mpi air you'null looked more Ilk. an itinerant stars Robert Morse and Jonathan .
fish exceed that of fisher .
1954 it has used profes.atonal .
Since II P little l !
a ru-linn
"exists to protect the freedomand III'| on basketball pro than the winnerof Winters, appears to be
In other said John Hire a guide If you're not l. \
men any state, actors only >OllillI| UUTV .
enlarge the opportunities of this year's Academy Award proof of that. After that ha pl..n.twu
familiar with the GOINGITQt3tT
W. Woods fisheries chief. Game water or fish
very citizen" and thus should for dtrei tlon. American subject! "Re.
and Fresh Water Fish Commis with someone who Is acquaintedwith OUT! 'toot be feared or attacked." Tony Richardson, unBillUh\ fleetioim in a Golden Eye." .

sloe local conditions. The government he saidThursday ._._. Radio In faded blue leans, royal blue Carson McCullers story to be
According to Woods many Talk with local fishermen and I windbreaker and sneakers. was filmed In Georgia; and James

fishermen have a tendency to slow get their opinion of when where as long as night It serves, "Is to the be country helped EDITORS NOTt-Fdnar Bu. nally come up with a dental dlreitlng tests of Aii.inette] Baldwin's "Another Country,

up their fishing activity during how and what the fish are biting well, and changed when It neglect ch.run a veteran charatttrac epic. Comer aa a mortuary assistantand for shouting In New York City
the summer months due to a belief Fish In the early morning or its duty." tor, Is currently playing a lovable I was scanning the program Sir John Clelguil as a "I plan to make four films before
that fish stop biting In hot late evening hours and keep alert EDEIRIS old rapscallion In CDS' pop. listings for the evening in my corpse for "The Loved One" I undertake 'The Charge or
weather Actually It's not the for sound or sight of feeding Although Johnson did not ular "Petticoat Junction.' Long newspaper when I spotted The director was working on a the Light Brigade,' the dlrtt
fish but the fishermen that don't fish. Q. Our I fivt-monrh-old pup mention Sen. Barry Goldwater before ha was an actor, however something called "Probe" and tiny stage of a Hollywood television tor said.
hoe twitch In his the Republican presidential can. studio despite the fact that Richardson would like to film
like hot weather. Try to locate sharp drop-offs py right legend he was a professional nun, tarring Dr. Alfred E. Burke
sunken shoals aheulder. Our veterinarianetiogneieel didate, .by name, it appeared he and here says a few words In With that title It looked like a the film Is !being released by the Crimean war story In th
logs
Woods said the fish- or
I persistent grassy was taking this opportunity to sure MCM. actual locale, making use 01
thing so
Be them It at a form of' distemper defense of his favorite doctors you can Imaginemy
areas. sure to test all. renew his defense of the govern disappointment when It "The loved, Ono" based on Russian cavalry (lie said the
Check the water temperatureand even though he had dit- ment against Goldwater's crltl. By EDGARIwCHANAN turned out to be a guy lecturing Evelyn Waugh's satire of the Russians have offered to coo
200 Girls To Be try to locate a spring or temper .h.... The twitch hat clam For Cynthia Lowry on water pollution Southern California undertaking Derate, but he has his doubts.

rain freshet where the water U 1I,0w".olocl! th whalebodyIt The Arizona senator frequent. IIOLLYWOOD (APNowthat Then I noticed a listing that Industry, will l he filmed entirelyon The script, he explained, would
Taught To Fish cooler. I. .h...... and me leg folds up Iy has charged that the federal lawyers, surgeons, piyi'hiatrlsts !. read "Oral Roberta." Anybody location. The clone! IU<'hardooii detail what he called olosiul

Use several types of bait or under him. 1 It there drug .. government has grown too large clergymen, mtw.pa with a name like that has just will come to MGM Is the stupidity on both sides of the
TALLAHASSEE.Girls can be lures and check the stomach control' mate mutcla spasms at and loocentralized! penmen, soldiers srhooltcurhers got to be a dentist But I tuned parking lot and the admlnlNtra conflict.
good fishermen and an asset and detectives have all been in and discovered lion building, which will ihmhle
revival
contents of your fish to find mere it for the St. Vita Dance Overhead, a small plane, a
rather than a nuisance on a glorified by television, I'm watt meeting. for headquarters of a "Memorl. To
what it Dig
was feeding on. In hwmanif Mary McOuire Pendleton faintly outlined by the moon, Try Up
fishing trip when they are pro,* tug Impatiently for the business Now comes the happy ending al Park"
Try trolling or fishing In deep Ore pulled a banner that read .
perty Introduced to the arts and water If other methods fall. "Goldwater '64." Johnson gave tit rto right by us dentist. ,.. fti the theater tfstbtgs"'drf tow nirhaM.oIr''' 'the mln who 8MVlillionYearOld( :

skills of fishing and boating. Observe all boating and A. ThlitoundtllUacM,"' .ocrior.a, no Indication that he saw it. h'. a matter of loyalty with next page I caught sight of t an made 'mom Jonll, which
water
Two hundred girls will receive 0' 01 H 'li commonly tolled Si VIM' The President received a me. After graduating from the ad for a picture called "A Yankin brought him every award Insight Dino Skeleton

such Instructions at the Florida safety regulations protect your. Don ., which onion"' dogt .. well othumont tumultuous reception when he North Pacific \Dental College In Viet Nam," starring Marshall InrluilliiR the Oscir. He MARMARTH. N.D. (AP>-
Youth Conservation Camp this self against sunburn and keepan WhlU I li oho COIII-.I by ell.. arrived to help the scouts close Portland, I practiced for 10 Thompson Now there's one I had no Inkling that It would University uf North Dakota
eye on local weather condl- temper, mere ore olio oth., reoMMgordlew their sixth national jamboree years In Eugene, Ore, before don't plan to miss. That Thomp. prove such a sunless. geologists are trying to dig up
year.The YouthConservationCamp, tions. '.\ aI"the, covlt, once ....die and receive their Sliver Buffalo turning actor, and I don't like. to son Is a young husky, good- "After I finished making It, I the remains of a dinosaur be.
the Game and Fresh Fish relaxed and with confidence eoie li MloblUhed H li wtremoly dlHl- award for "distinguished serv. sue my old Axle! slighted. looking (tlla, He's good for our thought It was a mess," he re. hived to t be 80 million years old.
operated by and above all, be sure cult to control. MoHvotorlnorlonihovetried let to boyhood." I like acting fine, whether It's professional Image. Looks called. "It seemed all Jumbled The partially exposed skeletonof

Water Fish Commission, will be you have the proper fishing li oil lord of drug.MuxJi,......., Shortly before Johnson spoke, playing the sheriff In a horse something like me, too. and disjointed, and I didn't see a triceratops was found by astuleot
open for a special (girls only) Jay T. opera or Uncle Joe In "Petticoat At least those movie mogulsare how anyone would make any
tense vltomlnt, dotlvet end oven Leekley, 15.year.old life mapping an area ot.uulhw..rn
turgery
camping session August through scout from Junction.'' But sometimes I giving us dentists a break. sense out of It.' .
hove not been very helpful Te dote, Appleton, Wls., was North Dakota last
for have sentlment.1 to get -- "Tom Jones" was shot entirely .
vacancies a yen
15. Sixty girls w. hove no loluNon for .mil. problem. killed\ by a bus when he darted summer The beast appeared to
16 still my hand on a drill and my kneeon WANTAOH, N.Y. (AP- .nd- on location, he said, ulllnr
aged 10 through out "behind be 20
about fast
years ELECTRIFYING PROJECTNEW Fortunotely, t.. Mich will become l a parked car, lie ap. long and 10 feet
a patient again. leader Ouy Lombardo la playing! houses of the period of the Hen.
remain open at the camp. Girls DELHI (AP) A huge coined end will not tprood to other. parently was running to catch high, said Prof. F. D. Holland
You can understand why one a dual role this aummer. After ry Fielding novel. In some cases
may attend either the one or both rural electrification ... Once mil up with his troop marching to
program is oro Hog li readied,If meMich
the of my favorite roles was the appearing at the atari of each sets were Improvised within the
weeks of the special session. under way in India, but the ta.k li not .. lovore .mat .if.. dog con- Heart giant arena. dentist I played' In a picture night's "Around the World In RO houses by using screens and MAICO
Parents of girls wishing to attend ii monumental. At last count, not roil,may be poiiible lirengrhenme week killed attacks earlier this called "Texas" with Glenn Day," ht hope In hit car at backdrops
this session should apply only 4.2 per cent of the country'svillages animal with" ..0loul.lleaIlo"l M masters. two assistant scout Ford and Bill lloldttn.I Jones Death amphtthtatrt and He estimated the film's cost Hearing Service

directly to Youth Conservation had electricity. Offmali "mot he will gradually! become oduttadto | Today was offered that kind of part takes a 40-minut. drive to the at $1,300,000 and hears that Its
Camp 2520 E. Silver Springs hope to increase this to "me witch Hopefully,liwllldlMopeor home 42,000 scouts leave for only one other time. That was World'a Fair where he leads his predicted gross ranges between 4l<.li Itillrrlrk "Hrnlcrt
by bus, train, plane and : M Killh Hniiil' "" "K'I
Blvd. Ocala. 7.6 per cent by 1966. over e period of Nme. auto. Saturday, the rest break for another Western, but I was orchestra in. nightly MM ion of )2S and $30 million. "birred! I*. II. Don Ml W\ 'na I
camp and the city of 80,000 tents supposed to depart the dentist asa free dancing. bit," he commented
win be no more drunk, so I turned down (the
job. It was against my prlncl. i
pies.

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Start Out On theme of this essay, a dentist

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To dentists have always been con.
World's Fair
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YOU DON'T HAVE TO ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. comedy aklts, but nobody ever

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skiers start a l.SOO.mlle jour.
PINCH PENNIES' ney today to end at the New,I Dental offices are serious
.. York World's Fair places I had patients In mine and CtMinu.GKu
who accused me of killing them
The five women and six men there.
t l WHEN IT COMES TO hoped to average 150 to 175 Actually, I had a real thrill

miles a day and reach New one night last week when I

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at their home 'In Great Minenden, The fete was sponsored by the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee and the Tokyo vacuum permits welding space age metalsin .
old daughter Ophelia a near-airless environment Burbank. Calif.. Lockheed engineer Frank Adga c demonstrates
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NWBA Executive Board meetIng they win be late. Again-humble CLASSIFIED MART

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It Bowl July 27th.If apologies.No .

YO' know of anyone who is bowling at Pine Lanes. They

ill drop a note and leave It with were closed.

the yellow sheets. !

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making a speedy recovery from OJ' MJdwq r 2-2/07

her operation. Understand Bill Famed Bowler 'or autoS J'e1pke.o\

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and Is It ever going to be sharp .

looking! Everything! new U In Here Tomorrow F 1Announc.m.nttPUZA j3-H>lp Want F.male 43-Apti. For Rent
CALL THE NEWS FOR
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Ha lie and grey bowlers settees- yT BEAUTY Keceptieniet with typing I, IIng APT. FOR RENT
SALON
telescore tables and seats etc. There will be a free bowling ,M k RUBBER STAMPS .. experience Calor writeConditioned I bedroom Apt. ".1""*. Phone
.111 E T."' ,. ., Trail Air Corp 110 10th MI 2677)
Watch for the grand re-opening exhibition and clinic by Tommy Medway I sst3Boats.Motors ,..1 North. Ml I 6147 712UI 11.11I

soon. Tuttle, outstanding bowling pro.fISsional. runic NOTICE I I bedroom apt. Furnished
Close to shopping |I6 4 lit per
at Brookside Bowl to. Actes. 14-Help Wanted Mali month Call C P Herri atRandolph

morrow at 2:30 and 8 p.m. The ,- --- REPORT, Of CONDITION OF Fuller Oil".. MlI

BROOKSIDE BOWL exhibition and clinic are open to HITCH HIKERS along: the Tt'ailln Naples are not BANK OF EVERGLADES of ,Im.mniee ,. JI' Wlber, Starter Cabin, Crui4or Job with, a future for ratpon. 1941, t.wllf.. Ma*. Ml I 2I6UII .
GULF SHORE Joe Salmon .n IKt SKI el Florida .t '...nc".d No" 1960. han loin, 'bla young man Must know
took the honors with the public. an uncommon sight but two of them toting a surf ti* close' 01 business an JUKI 10 1964. III grays. sloops tour. hood basic accounting principal' B* EBB TIDE APTS.
a 595211. Tuttle has bowled one sane. ASSETSI galley. dinette. ,ice boil, out able to type. should have torn
Fred Redenbaugh blasted a 580 tinned SOGVgame and the board and trying to thumb a rile appeared a bit Cash balances, with ,'....*.. and ship to thor Can Collage enpenence. position im. Weekly Monthly' Season
was out of the The photographed other banks. and cash b. teen .1 Naples City" Dock. "."lately. "I.bl., Call Ml Modern furnished efficiencies, ,
ordinary. men
using a 212. Lynford Johnson winner of the $10,000 Carline young item in proceu of for Information call Onford ._siS E H ", .."_..1., Jr C.. 4 bedroom opts.

threw a lot of strikes to makea Bowling Classic. He also was on the East Trail, Bob Fair (1)I ) and Frenchy Frederic : collection'ted Mate Govern. 291 S9I ITUn 11041 1/2261 Mala' |want.for stock work 7/6 Kelly,If Rd. E. Naples'

235 game for a 579 Buck a finalist In the World'a Invitational were on their way for some surfing on the m.1 ', BOAT FOR SALE Apply Don't Liggett I IPlrs Small I Na
set. 'g'ua'ranteed'.MI.. II' Lyman runabout 100 hp Shopping cantor 1131 t/
and ooi n
Perry had a 555-203 and Bob Tournament In which he hada east coast. Fair is a member of the Oceanside 1 Obhgat oct '.oni of State Cray inboard Live, bait well.entraa APT FOR RENTAir .

Johnson 551200. Marvin Le- qualifying score of 220 for 36 Cal., surfing association and Frederick is a visitorto and "",bal' -""". U40.1.1 Ml 1100 2 I2SS 00. See Duke 7In"Turner 15-S.les Help Wanted Conditioned Apt, near furnished beach. and efficiency

Masters cleared the decks fora ram ea. the U. S. from South Africa. Friends so the 4 dons Otner bond. not.., BOAT FOR SALE pier 26092 ltd00 per month 7/Midway '..If.
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Position
and debenture. (including Opening in Established
invited them Naples from U h. Owens fiborgloss boutCall
242 loner Mike PIke21l.Car. young men reported, to none icurelies 2 5961 or I.lit). 7/U.1t Mon's Shop year" round em
their California home. (NEWS photo) of Federal igen pl. "'.nl. ft.ttil E.p.ro.nc.I..I'.d .
roll Arnold 210 and Dude Spicer Bank For cut end corporation but not necessary if 49-Houtea For Rent
198. Phil Morse tossed his Pays $2 .u..n'- 'by 13-Help Want. Female willing. I* Is.rn Age II to 16 .
Ml ISO 03I rs Married Good Character Large I Bedroom Apt furnished
first 200 and highest league game $1.95 In Coins $1.63 a share compared with 1 S Corporate stocks (in. Good opportunity for woman Send a resume of your quelitications No small .'Mr'.I: t
nice 213. Profit Picture loss of $4,412,407 In the 196 eluding, nona stock of with Secretarial enperianeemutt to Collier County' News. on Kelly Road, Ph,
ever-a KANSAS CITY (AP-The Federal, A...,,,. Bank I.000 NI type wall shorthand da. Bo. 1717 A 17 11. II 1/14 It
COUPLESThe led first half. tireble. Sand .. ,
Dorseys Loan and discount .u"' to Collier
Blue Ridge Bank gave $2 bills In For the second quarter the I i (, ding 41 .71 OV.,. Countv Naw Box kin A IITop 23-Mi I Bedroom. furnished. house.,
with I team total of 1175Nedhad exchange for $1.91 In coins Brightens For drafts I.461,,US II / For Saleelectric air conditioner Michigan' Avenue .
Infurnished
neer Party Pantry
Central' prem.s
earnings were $9,753 i
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owned
a 189 loner and Lena a 169. Thursday and drew a swarm of Bank. Water healer. 40 gal,. gu... 114. Frank Whitman 'I
575 or 31,47 a share against $, 1101 6 4 61 furniture
,
The Ransones posted a 1166 with customera. and fixtures |30.13* 07 131.III 70 Ion, double pan sink, toilet sink' 2.4430 11I1.lt
Eastern RailsNEW 474,715 or S3 cents a share, I 1 end laboratory with futuresCaH .
I Reel Ctlal owned house
One collector turned in I Sdroom.
a 201. $1,950 Ml I
Flip listing Nancy Dye Hot
year earlier. than bank Air cond'toon... "' ,ch..n Avonii0
had her highest league game la coins. Another man had a YORK (AP)-The profit Norfolk A Western's first hall. g Other n."i I.240 41 / cylinder l Wisconsin' Generator near .,I Whloman. In
two.gallon bucket Oiled with for Eastern railroads II. *sst. Will 01 10 KW lit 520 volt Complolalyrr.bunl Frank "'I
a 153. Louise Wolford 150. quarters and picture net Income rose to $33,190,403,.I, 12 TOTAL ASSETS 4.16I.1I7.70 A ]I condition., Cell MlI //9154/ 117)1HOUSE
In make up games Flavlus half-dollars. Ha has brightened. or $4.69 a share.PUBLIC UAIILITICS slot ar t IH4 7724 It
said ha had been saving the The Pennsylvania New York U. Demand deposits of 'U"HIIHrD
Ransone shot a 205 and Gene Individual' partner* t bedroom furnished' East N*.
coins six years. Central and Norfolk It Western ships, end corpora FOR SALE SOPS STOCK pies, Flo. Fine location NIC, *
Dye 200. railroads NOTICE dona 1614.071 Display Rack for Underwear 4 1''''" Ct, water,. M23136..
Thursday biff
MIXED CLASSICPaul Crlc- reported II Tim, and savings da- 9 lock Original' 160 00 Make of 711UI
gains In earnings for the second pout of 'Individual. far John Clothing, Ml 14671
kenberger fired a 209 for a 600 quarter and first half of this IN THE COUNTY AND JUDGE'S FOR COURTIN pertnerehips.*' and corporation /411,197. 7I14.lt nouse both for unfurnished rvnv j vorm Veerlyleese c

series. Joe Salmon produced a year. COLLIER' COUNTY FLORIDAIN IS Deposit of Unlt.d Available August II Call

579215. Tex Kaverman also Auto Makers'Earnings Tighter cost controls and In. ME: ESTATE OF State Oovarnment. 26-Pefional) Ml 14422 /f11,1f
HARRY WATSON MC EWCN Including pe.,., *..v.U
used a 215 for a 559. Jerl creased freight revenues were Deceased Ins 1"01. ALCOHOLICS' ANONYMOUS
credited for the Improvement.The NOTICE' TO CREDITORS' Oepotlt* of State Men or women wills drinkingproblems 51-Wanted To Rent
Jerabek was tops for the misses All ereditore' of the state of and political tuodlvl. Ask tar help. by caning
with a 509-177 Melba Cornell Pennsylvania the na. HARRY WATSON MC EWtN. *.>. Ion* 407.14016 MI 74UI V.stort, cidiHy WANTED TO RENT
Hit tion's largest earned $11,628 c....... ere hereby notified end required 11 Certified and officer welcomed. Meetings ,n First 3 Bedroom unfurnished. hou...
497-191 Ethel Jones 489. Ken ta file any clelm er demende ehetNe, etc 44.}04 41If GOstIJGo11ier Baptitl Church Ann. on Ilk In 0' near Naplos. '..,nn'n.'
recorded 205 loner 500, or 85 cents a share, in the which, they may have ...In.1 sold TOTAL DEPOSIT |],159,114.II tt el >ih Aye every Toes end Aug 1yoorlr. lease Reply
McConkey first half against a loss of stale In the office of the County (el) Total demand Fri nht at 6 10 P M Collier" County News Bee I>J7A
Juanita Snyder 186 and Edna Juopa of Collier I County, Florida, deposits l 13.040.021.IS .It 7/11 It
M,119,779 i In the 1963 period. In the courthouea at East: Neple I (b) Total time end
Simpson 170.SCENE Record LevelNEW In the second quarter the Fonda. within *,ln celender' month livings dapetlt 1919.192. 09U 38-Auto6 For Sale 4-Trade Sell

.. The typewriter at line's profits totaled $8,460,200, from cf"M"o of,the. Each firat claim publication ::: er ". TOTAL llebllltie, M.SOI.tl C SC or

\ midnight I End of Mixed Classic or 62 cents a share comparedwith demand muat b. 'In writing, end LlAIILlT'U' ACCOUNTS 017 66 SALEI.OOKING Will Mil > bedroom Tractor .r
YORK AP)-The must atate the piece or residence, CAPITAL Trade for furniture' Ml ...2IJ.I .
( big :
League-a frantic rustling of $5,823,300. or 51 cents a end "post'office eddreat of the claimant IJ Capltaha t oA05 VOn A I 1/24.4
three automakers are earning share a earlier. end must be sworn to by'''. Common .atock Ag't _.
other year ( )
ana various accumuLation trailer.
notes t bedroom
claimant his agent or hi* attorney WAGON: SKK: : Tllr. .; Went to trade
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valu*
than
morn before
money ever The Central reaped Ita highest ; : with washing machine' 40
of things. Know what? or It will become void according 5)75.0)0 00 17900009
General Motors Corp. and first to lew. 61 Ford Squire Power awning. 2 utility cabinets. for ae,4,00w
: half profits since 1946. Its tt Surp 179.000 MV
to pick the Early 61 Ford Squire PowerM ) house Ml 1411'
Forgot up DATEl July' JO 1964 Undivided 111,14004II
Chrysler Corp- reported Thurs.
Income of Ford Power
$10,788,751 equal to /slabello McEwen Price CAPITALACCOUNTS Wagon 1/17.11
TOTAL
and Ladles Commercial
Bloomers
day that profits and sales E ocutrm of the Estate, of 461.140 61 .Ico.. wagon Stick
--what to do?? All soared Harry Walton McEwsn, II Rambler Amencen '1.
Leagues to record levels In the 10. TOTAL 57-Houiet For Sale

kinds of apologies are offered second quarter and first half of PUBLIC NOTICE 14 D.ces.dJuly 11. Aui 7. 14, IIC4 XU LIABILITIES' AND FOR SEDANS lEI THESE

and will make sure than any good thlaear. Ford Motor Co.issueda ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA'.111.U7.70 61 6) Oalaiie f...I.n.' 4 I Or Or Power Stick I Attractive Bedroom, furnished. I balk Home Good 'loca CBS,

scores are recognized although similar report earlier In the NOTICE OP APPLICATION' FOR TAX DEED 3t. Assts p1405.5 or ..s5dnod : 41 61 Falcon Fairlene Future t Or 4 AT Or ion Ml t 7M9 '"lIUM"'t
See 194. PS
week. Danford the holder' of :' to secure Ii. 60 Chevy Impalla 4 Or Air H kPECIAL
that C C
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
bilitie end for eth
.,.. 4 Or AT CBS house I Urge
General Motors' sales and 60 Chevy Brand now
has filed teid certificate, for a ta> deed to
the certificate .
following (Including .. .
Corvair 4 D,. Mick wall to wall .1. .
be Ittuael The certificate number end of laauance. the :J-: 60 Chevy bedrooms
thereon yours
Court Ponders earnings were the highest everreported bill redi* tl Chevy Beleir 4 Or.. V 0 !.'.. kitchen intern built
etsenad
'In which It area
description of the property, and the tams way counted end. *ecurl"> ,
by any company. follows: I 60 V w. t OrM Birch Cabinets. Urge living
Iwo fold with agreement Hours Q t
Its chairman, Frederic G. Certificate, No. US lf Yeer of Issuance IM2 to repurchase' ) 41 .71110 Buick latabr room lerrelfo 4 Land
of Lot' II end 41 Quit Harbor, at recorded Plat t dr. HTIt ceiling heal Cnrporl
Right To Seize Donner and president John F. Description Property: 32. (a) Lean a shown scaping Clfnred ,by Owner
Book 4 pane 31Name above ore prior Pontiac HT Stick VS I.It 000 I7M Trail TOr1.... N*.
which essessed Gulf Harbor CorporationAll .
Gordon attributed the surge to in deduction of valuation Ml 52Obk.
of said property being, In the County of Collier .,.t. of Florida raierve of II 671 SII Cell Ml t kilo Naples' Phone
RecordsTAMPA expansion In economic activityand Unless such certificate, or certificate shell be redeemed eccordlng B. F. Will..", .. Jr. of ..My gab COLLIER COUNTY MOTOR 10',91
Rogero resulting consumer confi to law the property described In such certificate, er certificate, will be the above named bank do solemnly I Your Friendly' FORD
dence. old to the highest. .bidder' el the .court. house door on the first Monday affirm that thi,* report of condition MERCURY 4 COMET Dealer Bedroom, I bath, lit 11 Coo
AP)- U. S. District In Month of IoW, which the 3rd day o( August. 1964 i* true and correct to the beet of North Must sell look en
( The Big Three' reports of D.'od thi'' Ird day 01 July 1964. my knowledge end belief II'RENEW 1961 Buick Special' After : 00 make offer week, end or .It.
Court Judge George C. Young MARGARET T SCOTT Cerracl-AN..tt Call Wym.it 21101. : Can li; 1111
said he would rule today on great prosperity came while (CLERK'S SEAL) B. F WILLIAMS. Jr. YOUR c. tDRIVER'S pan,. _----1JUJt _,_1m
they were negotiating with the Clerk 0' Circuit Court ofCollis President
whether the government may County Florida JACK WHISNANTC LlCCNSE nil ThunderbirdHerdtop R 4 Must sell make offer 1bedroom
United Auto Workers labor .
seize the 1959 Income tax on new July J, 10. It. 14. I9If 51193 J. JONES H Power wmdowt seett. Fee I bath. Horida room
rec. contracts. WILLIAM Q. PRICK DURING YOUR lory air conditioning Low mla lit 1st Ave North Good term*
orda of Al Rogero former mem. General Motors earned $602 Director age "'II'UII alto % PM Ml I MM or Ml 19109 1/21 5
ber July 2/. 1t64 .72221 BIRTH! MONTH unto
of the State Road Board.
million, equal to $2.11 a share, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I bedroom beau furnllhad
Arnold Levine assistant U. S. Sec IM II F.S. C.IIMI 1.1055LAUTIFIJL >/'..t
In the three months ending June I NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that Oebrlel N. Luff holder of the folioIng 1a9rya list Ford t dr.. Automatic' trans. WATERFRONTHOME
attorney had a subpoena Issued 30, compared with $464 million I ten cerlificetes, for e ten deed to b. ,Issued thereon The cartifica, mission' Good second Car. See / :

against defense attorney Ralph or $1.62 a share, In the second I number end era of Istuence, description of property end name m ?/l2R.y.r. Park Apt P.MM .I. I bdr I balht on weterfron
Dell after falling to get the rec. 'which essessee are ea follows* with dock 4 teewell, long
quarter of 1963. The previous re. conditioned. tier
porch
orda from H. W. Wlseltler cord was $536 million or$1.81I '4.:.ertiflcat_. Description of Property. Assested tot : Chevy, 4 D,. aid Trans gutter*. drepe rods, new stoy

comptroller In Rogero' office. share, in the 1964 first quart.r.I >- of -1H2- -Parcel-'-M- -ft > 137--Bag- IM ft Richard N. Townsend Good second ear., Ml t 2061 T V table,lendtceped newly' reneveteicompletely end tod

Dell said he never had cue. First half earnings of the No. So of and US ft E or NW Cor Sao 1/1.10 dad Many entra tealurat t
tody of the records and believed I lion II ell In Sec 11. Twp 50 S Quality 1961 Volkswagen Station wagon numerous te mention Prlc<
1 automaker totaled $1,138,000, A.. 2t E condition, See 117900
they were In Rofero'a poises 000, or $3.98 a share, comparedwith 2. of 1962 SWU of NEW of NEW Sec it. William J. Ulrich el Canhbooe: Garden er Cell

iion. Defense attorney Chaster $878 million, or $3.07 a Twp M. S A.. II E. 10 ecres. Ml 14011. 7/11.41 PIRoowIDEYHOME,

Bedell objected to surrender of 174 I of 1)62 Let 10 Rebecca Week Sd Rebecca Weak
share In the 1963 first half, ,. bath, kitchen full
the records, claiming they were which,ws the previous record. I 177 of 162 Lot Park I, 7 Block S Unit I. Naples France. H. Wilson 40-Autot Repair Parts }equipped bd I with ranie. refrigeretor.

disposal.fully !. Ln.
made Wlseltler dishwasher
by as an em. Sales totaled $5,082,000,000 in J;09! of 1962 Lot It Block 21 Unit 3. Naples Perk Jose OscarMarlin landscaped and soddMSnubcal

ploy of Rogero and therefore the 1964 second quarter against Hernendaf LOOK HEREI! aanditi0ll. I your oIPrct

were Rogeros private records. $4,516,000,000 a year earlier. :I III of 1962 Lot 21 Block 42 Unit J. Naples Park Oeorge R. Harding, USED CARS 112.\00.

Judge Young said the Issue 3 47 of 1962 So 60 ft of No 100 ft of Lot tl]
First half salesof 39,868,000,000compared Incl Block 13 Tier, 10, Naples. Nor NamesAll Wondering' where to fo BRAND NEWSROOKSIDE
was to determine the nature of : HOME
with $8,663,000,000 In ?
the employment of the account of laid property being' In Collier County. Florida With your tar problimi NEW .lu.. I bdr } full bath
the 1967 first half, the former :Unless such certificate or certificates shall b. redeemed according, tolew Imperial Chrysler PlymouthSALES Factory Finish Pent Jobs' 0" 110 Ft of Waterfront wt
ant Wlseltler.If recprd. I the property described therein will be sold to the highest. bidder, Seawall Landscaped end tofl
the accountant was In Ro.rero' it the courthouse door. Collier County Courthouse. Building. C. en the Wreck RobulSTonass dad Kitchen has G E Rang,
Chrysler third ranking auto. :first Monday in 1964. which it August )rd. I9M dishwasher 4 dispose) Orepe
employ not as an Independent maker, earned $60.6 million I Dated July: J, 1964'U'U'I. Front end. alignmentMolar 4 Rods throughout house E
MARGARET T. ICOTT Ira $ screened in pore
contractor the papers equal to $1.61 a share, In the I([CLERK SEAL) Overhaul hI'built in planter. Eatrcebinele
were entitled to protection of three months ended June 30 Clark 0' Circuit Court 0' Trnn>iiin rebuilt end many other cu*
the Fifth Amendment the judge Collier, County Florida ARE UP A WHOP-IN BIG 32% OVER 1963 LbbriabanSnakes torn Natures Price III.000.
said against $41.7 million, or $1.13 a July' 3. 10. 17. 24 1964 g194NOTICE

share a year earlier. First half, FIRST FLORID
Pel.ah. 4 Woo
The work of
paper an ac.
totaled $114.4 million
earnings OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Den look any further
eountant or Independent CPA or $3.OS a share, compared with Sac 194 .16. F S Clean teeIngram
are not privileged and may be NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that Casey Miller and Ruth Srashar. Real Estate Mar
$77.9 million or$2.11aahareln holds 0' the lllowm5 tu co".ut. hat hid' aid c..Ioco" fo' a Lew Mileage OVER Chevrolet Inc.
secured by the government he the 1963 first half. tag dad 10 besued I".oon. The C.'c" numbort and years 01 Mkl 4ft. ,

said, but the work papers of a Chrysler sales In the second lot'..u.nc.Iowa d..rop'on, 01 property and name in which assnsd art as Tra*) i* renting ft Models tej Ill 91h It. N Ml t tlOt a 9644, Model Ninth 15.Nom No, ,:::o. ::,1 I.m

defendant or his agent cannot be quarter rose to $1.071.000,000 : In greater elk Choose H.*'.*. Fl". I

seized. million earlier Certificate Description, Property Assessed teI3S tlsdf 59-AcreageDitTPEIVt
from $890 a year That KvrL. From!
Court was recessed until MOD. and in the first half to$2,062,000 of IN2 Lots 2224 Incl Block Tier, I. 44-Mobile Hornet
Naples. Fred 0, Torrid Pitt'Low Owner need

day. 000 from $1,687,000,000. IIS of I9IZ Lot 2421 Block M Unit 4. Naples 10 by 10" Mobil' horn*. Furnished meneft,.. Collier II acres IIM M. |total I.'
County *
Ford's credits In the second Perk Eerie J. William. J,. I Bedroom. full ".1... "Ids* M13905 Opec Sunday.
quarter amounted to $179.7 ml!. 17} of 1962 Lot 17 Block S Unit I. Bonil Shore* Edgar Eon Air Conditioned, Cash or term 5/25 to
DM. Psyatsl t COIten/ I 00 Ml I Uti.
RAPID EXPANSION Sec | p m
equal to $1.63 a share on 111 of 1962 Tract 71 Florida Farmaite t
lion 26 T ft 49 t Rge 21 E P B 4 page 11 Vincent, Fevol Low Me. Parnta I
MIAMI BEACH Fl. (AP) OnYOUR 1911 .New. Msn1'06'! TRAIL' FRONTAGE
sales $2,672,600OOO.Thlscom.pares 26 of 1962 1.1 Cor 6W. run W M6 S Ernett D Ryan I We Have Closed screened porch Bemi 10 ..,.. high 4 dry lend. H4miles
n
Th. first revert facility erected with $55.11 mlUlon,or$1.41 ft te POB N 1126 ft W 21 6 It. Alfred A. 'cL.non OtD Spring, Angler' Peredise from courthouso MAR.LOW .
here woo a one-room attack builtin a share on sales of $2,544,700,. Itll ft E 311 ft I* POB S., 16 A Car Te Fit Treiler* perk. 711.20145'rall. 4 BECK 461 tth Av*.
Twp 60. S P.SO 26 E CAR! 5 ulN. Ml I IlllSOMETHING 1. r/21
1901 and rented to mainland Your Budget

resident who wanted to spend a 000.In the first half Ford's earn All of said property being In Collier. Cwe1C. Florida ." for Rent DIFFERENT IN
Unlete etch certificate or be redeemed eccortfmg te ACftlAGI
vacation on the beach. logs were $324 million,or$2.93 a law the prooerty described, therein, will, be sold to the highest bidder NOW S Oc.. tractS loctld
hotel with swimming with $277.2 it the ceurlhouse door. Collier County Courthouse. Building C. .* the Trailer tl week with TV. lust en* mils from U'. 41.
compared
The firit a share II'* a woo Space* II a week
J first Monday in August. 1964 which i* August Ird 1964 Drive. en. le thi. property. will
pool was built in 1914. Now the million or $2.51 a share. Salts Dare July:. !. 6061. Every Day this Week! 421tf48Apts.Rock Creek Trailer Perk. your Own **r ate. eompere. r"

city haa 370 hot*la and mae rose to$5,088,200,00ofrom $4,. (CLERKS SEAL MARGARET T SCOTT ....nol any etherl Only in 5
down lull price $7M. Per
than 100 swimming pools. 434100000. Clerk 0' Circuit Court 0' For Rent further "Information contact
Collier County. Florida IsBARGAIN D T, Jonas Enterprises. In*
luly t. 10 IT. 24 1964 Tl96 //-sob-Sloe Midway 1134P.. 0. e.g 171

'u,,,.. } bdrm..p15. Effician Acreage i* your b.*|
NAPLES Ores. V. Air Con 741 4th INVESTMENT
FLY NOTICE OP APPLICATION' FOR TAX DEED A.. South. 'I I 41t' on MI 40 **ree-Near BIO
.4aTc II. F 5 DAYat 'Ut2 7121.11 CYPRE5Golf
; MIAMI NOTICE IS HEREBY' OWnI'that Pete Doub holder of the following E/f.siancy-W..kly cc Moih.1w (ou,.. .Ill,000
taa certificnte ties Mad 1 said certificates a tea deed to be, tteuedthereon 'f 2l/l) 7114.1' 41 ser'as Near ........
f Tell Rd 114,100
The certificate number' end yore issuence description
el properly and name M which aesetted. ere *. follow 141 bedroom epte furnishedCloee 10 aeree-Close.In *a>
t* shopping' 141 4 16 pormonth Kelly Rd .41.ate
New Year Round Daily Schedule Certificate, Description Property Aesessed t*: Call C. P Herri at /oto.-SuONt
Randolph Fuller Offic' *. Ml Edaas | 1000DEWEY
106 of 1962 Lot 27 Block I Mnlme Sd Gilbert Stellworth 11940. Re*. Ml I I Mil. A._..,oo. '
Naples. To Miami 109 of IN2 Lot 12 Sloak. t Mainline Sd G E MedigenHarry ;Ia._iwLtfEhoongn Lalillo 0" V115it .....u...

3.45 P'.M. Ill of 1962 Lot 21 Block B temmole Id E Krahir De" tt-: e* Sob J6gar
7,45 A.M. 11:30 A.M. MOM*. IIRII MlfllOf
119 of 1962 Lot 24 Block B Well Sd Joe Hernendef. er Ml 1616 POLL

Iof 1962 W I/I of Nit of Nit of E't of NW'. C L BKckbur WOODChrysler
..
Miami To Naples of NE'e See I. Twp 47 S "..2. 5.I .urn.. d 1 bdroem ..port.moos. REALTY
I Hugo fivn/ room, kitehan
acre
9y'( A.M. :2.15P.M. 500P.M. and barn 64031495 F Se7747x ,,;
: I 1st Ave U 4Tamlamt
11 of 1962 Nit of Eit ef WI4 ef NW. of NEW Corner ( *
., .
Sec 6. Twp 45 Rge "f I acre C L Blackburn : Troll
CMBtertUeM t4 Rer>aUee* te say petal la the wrU. All ef said property. being m Collier I County. Florida aoNe pet or ....''d'.... Ml Ml '..4JII.6lnl".nce .
Unless such certificete er certif>cotee shell. be redeemed according to 11111 or Ml I tOOl "/.,
law the property described therein will be sold t* the highest bidder Plymouth Inc. Trdwlnd. Aaertmnt Z' :
HAM AIRLINES ..t the courthouse door Collier County Courthouse Building C. en the ,
first Mono-ay m Augutl. 1964. which is August |rd 1964Dated lam.b :c0.. I bodrm. furn
Naples AlfBert c--ne S .lual Abort July: 1964 2640 N. Tamlarnl Trail Naples 4 th*.png. Yearly Save .Money g..y pmPlan .
MARGARET T SCOTT or monthly / Auto. Mem Own..*.e

MI -$4$4 W* UlII ICLERK8 SIAL'C'"k of Circuit Court of "L rg.Ht Stock of Clean Used Cars in Naples" ABLE BllosAk. INSURANCE "
JAJ.Gt
City Tkkti den Maple. Travel Agency 4 Genera Collier County, Florid. Ml 14460 Aw* .
July X II. I' 14. 1964 *m Kelly e>,..ed A,..* Av*. Ml' 2 ma ..1Ot



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10 COU.1KR COUNTY NL'\3: : FrU: >', July 21. 19(11( Moorings Seeks mlt of a clear understanding of t
the reason therefor. Protests or
9 I Permit To Build comments regarding the applies r

New IBM longDistanceBilling Three New Groins tlon submitted under consideration to the District shouldbe En.

M Application! has been made to glneer, Corps of Engineers,P.O. v
t I the Department of the Army by Box 4970, Jacksonville 1, In time
| tl Utof Naples, c.o W.R to be received on or before Aug.
System Set For i Wilson ft. Associates, Inc., P.O. ust 13, 1964
D..x. I4G8, Naples for a permit to
y C'lIlIstrucf three groins, in the Name McCormackAs
j .Gull ol Mexico, south of Doctors
Inter-County CustomersA p,iss at lots 11, 10,9,8 and 7, Chairman Of
1'i Block S and Parcel "1"", The
Demo
: Moorings, Unit No 2 of the Convention
jew type IBM long distance Johnson concluded that It Is In cit) of Naples WASHINGTON (AP-Demo.
Statement will be Included with the best Interest of our customers It is proposed' to construct cratlr officials have picked
telephone bills Issued on July employees and stockholders three" Impermeable concr4etlm- House Speaker John W. McCor
2'T. 1964.and all subsequent blili, to Institute a more efficient : bet and rock groins The groins mark of Massachusetts to be
according to JN.Johnson, president system to handle \\uld extend 130( feet ISO flit permanent chairman of the part
of the cane ajif 17" feet into the water from ) 's 1964 nominating convention
Inter-County Telt.- volume( of calls; costs
phone the mean high-water! shoreline Rep Carl Albert of Oklaho.ma .
System. better controlled and the Com-
au. The coins would lie located about House Democratic leader,
Current telephone bills Inc use pany remain In a position toconTlnue .M :: '.00 feet south of Doctors Pass Is to be chairman of the Plat.
the Individual long distance tic- > providing best possible ; Application plans of this work form Committee for the conven.
kets that were prepared by the service at the lowest possible mal be seen at the office of the tlon opening Aug. 24 In Atlantic
operator or the Automatic Direct District Engineer, Corps of En. CltI,
Distance Dialing equipment depending cost.There has been no employee ... glneers, 375 Riverside Avenue, The Convention Arrangements
on how the call was force reduction and none Is 6 JJ Jacksonville, and at the office Committee is expected to give
placed. Under the new system planned In the foreseeable future of the Area Engineer, Cope of formal approval to the choices
customers will receive only a the company said. Employeeswho Engineers, Clevlston at a meeting here nest Wednes.cia .
neat of heir It Is not proposed to hold a \'.
compact statement previously processed this
q A public hearing on this application National Chairman
long distance calls. The new data manually have been re- John M.
..
Anyone desiring to sub. Dilleannoinued
Thursday he
statements however will contain t rained and are currently work- 1. r would
mil a protest based on the pro. recommend' appointment
essentially the same Information Ing with the new system. I ..:" position that the proposed work of McCormack and Albert.
that was provided on the The new IBM data machines __. ___ .__ _n would unreasonably interfere Ballet also said he would
Individual long distance tickets. have been Installed In the headquarters I YEA with public navigation 01 would recommend that the Platform
Johnson said that the develop- Accounting Department Telephotos unfavorably affect the navigable Committee hold three days of
' ment and Institution of the new on Jackson Street in Fort Myers.A CLOUDBURST TAKES TOLL-Three persons died when a car was swallowed by this 40.foot-deep hole deft photo I which capaclt of the said waterway meetlncs In Washington fctart.
IBM billing procedures were room once used for the separation suddenly opened In a four-lane highway near Akron, Ohio during a cloudburst Coming late In the afternoon the flood should submit such protest in tag'! "*up, 17 heroic moung Its
adapted to help handle the ever of long distance tic- Ing caused consternation among homeward-bojnd workers who found their parked cars in situations like those pictured wilting In sufficient detail to ad. iro('petlnpi, to Ulinth CIHoooooooooooooooaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooaooocx .

increasing volume of long distance kets by hand has now been convened at right
calls being placed by Inter- Into a modern data processing --- - ---

County customers. Presently, center in the< .county. escorted the CORE in demonstrators three were who an antl-r were:ejtro in an placard auto from had which been

employees of the company's Toll Inter-County has a six cycle Picket New York Cops nearby subway stations.groups They to nun Six men and youths were I NOON STOCKS I IN
Billing Department are manually billing which
system spreads the were trailed all the way by hostile charged: with dlsorderl ron.
handling almost six million work of preparing some 50,000 resident of the lower Fast dud,
calls annually and this volumeIs accounts for 81,000 telephonesover Side neighborhood, who continued .
expected to Increase almost a thirty-day period. The But Disorders DwindleNEW to hurl missiles at both police Cafe Men Must :W \0111\ tAP-Hlork.. ,II lilli"l :
100(% In the first and A
next five years. customers to receive the pickets policemanwas AlllsChalZlts FIaPw :ill, NatDlst 271t1!
IBM hit on the shoulder with a X.Am Av 491,.
new type statement will be
YORK Alcoa 683/ Fla I'&L 79sa
(AP) White An egg thrown by the whites
In Naples PuntaGorda and MooreHavenuchangesOlhersubscrl youths hurled missiles at Negroes who opposed the CORE group rock, treated at hospital and re. Serve Negroes Am Air 477i Ford 535. Pl'nlll'Y 5911'
Woman, 74, Gets and whites picketing Po. narrowly missed Murphy leased. arrested Am Brk 583 Frmst DoI12% Pa RR 361.AmldPar ,
hers in the 13 county area will lice Headquarters during the A rock hit Police Inspector Police seven whitesSt. Court Decides 41 Frept Sui 33nS Pep Cola 60/sAm
$16 Million In receive the new statement on night while disorders dwindledIn Henry Tack, 59, In the right Can 44" Fruph Tr 33;5 Phil Mor 76
their next regular billing date. Harlem and Brooklyn scenes eye. He was taken to a hospital JACKSONVILLE (AP) The Atn Cyan 671,1 Gen D'n 31( Phlll Pet :5Ss:
Inter-County has gained about of five nights of strife. Police protected the men first two St Augustine restaur. Am Mot 14''s Gen EI 851 s RCA 321 j
Divorce Decree 10,000 new telephone stations The picketing of the head. picketing them by setting up Augustine ant men taken to federal court ATIlT 71% Gen Fda 91% Rep 511 44ta
quarters in Lower Am Tob 33" Gen Mills 41't' Revlon 3413Ampx
Manhattan, wooden barricades to keep the under the Civil Rights Act are
LOG ANGELES (AP-For SS In the past twelve months, and RI'Y Tub 4231
Cp 171-1 Gen Mira 01y5
was sponsored by the Congress whites at a distance under an injunction to comply
yean of marriage, Mrs. Ednah this rate of growth Is expectedto of Racial Equality, which accused None of the pickets was hit. Motel's Cafe with the new law and serve Negroes Anaconda 4544 Goodrich 53']j SIRl'g P 30V
Race Capron testified, she had retinue, at an accelerated the police of brutality and The anti-picket crowd swelledto starting Aug. 23. Armour 47t/e Goodyr 435 Seaboard 53
to make many of her own It is felt that the demanded the ACL 80 2GJ Sears liDVsBabcock
par sys- ouster of Police 1,500 at its peak Moat Just A larger group of defendantsIn Oreyhnd
clothes, listened to her husband tem'- 100,000th telephone will Commissioner Michael J, Mur watched the activity A fractionof a similar case Involving 19 33 Cult Oil 5834 Sinclair 4H,
complain every day "of all the be n stalled by mid-1966. phy them mostly teenagersfrom Bomb restaurants Is scheduled for Beth SU 3745 Hon'wl'lIl3l Socony 85 I
unpleasant" things that ever hap. lephones in service in the the Italian American Hit By trial next Tuesday Boeing tlH lot Ilarv 81 SoutlinC GG1I
paned, and was denied a Borden 795/ SperryR 14"1,
Int Nick 7915
lam neighborhood surrounding the There Is a difference In the
nurse's care when she was l-e. :-County Telephone Systemarc Collins To Talk 9'', StBrand 781
Brunswk 'I
Int 32%
now 81000. and headquarters j Jeered and ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) -The upcoming case, however, which Pap
drldden last with nearing
broker
year a 5tO NJ 8134
Cater Tr 3441 Jonl'lIi&L 80's
almost, 700 hurled objects restaurant of a plush motel, tar. may iron out some of the dlffi.
leg. and people maintain Ire employedto the On Civil RightsTo After three hours of picketing get of both Integration and culty In the nation's oldest city, Celanese 737/s Kais AI 37t/a Studebak 71/2 t'
at of 74 operate system Chrysler 533/ Kan'cott 8351 Swift 53
Today, the age Mrs. segregationist demonstrations In where many restaurant and motel
Capron has an Interlocutory divorce which Includes 52,000 milesof this racially torn city, was bad. operators first complied with CocaCol 136 Ug .. My 80't' Texaco 14
decree and a $IS million long distance circuits lacing City LeadersMIAMI ly damaged today by a firebomb the Civil Rights Act and then re. Com Ed 531/' Loch'd 341,4 U Carb 1251,4 l
settlement, believed to be the together 29 exchanges and 13 varied to segregation policies.The Con Edls 931, Lorlllard 433. Unit AII'c 47fJ! t
largest ever. counties In South Central and BEACH (AP-Leroy FBI MakesArrest Two one.pllon containers of difference Is that the Ku Cont Can 53 Mag'vox 30s Un Fruit 221\1\
Mrs. Capron, granted the dee Southwest Florida An estimated Collins will make his first pub. Inflammable liquid were tossed Klux Klan, Ancient City Hunt. Dow Che 73 MM&M G25/i US Steel 57%
*..", In superior court Thursday, aggregate urban and rural lie appearance as civil rights through the window of the Mon. Ing Club and six Individualsare DuPont 265t/a Mohasco 1131 Ulliv Molt 131
charged cruelty against her population of about one quar- administrator Monday before son Motor Lodge restaurant then Class U defendants who actedto EAL 321,. Mons'to 811' I Wl'sigEI 334E.Kodak !
husband, multi-millionaire ter million people now reside In the nation's top city officials Under Ignited by Molotov cocktails prevent compliance with the 131 Mont Wd 39 Wlnn Dix 364.
George H. Capron, ,g, She said this service area. Excludingthe here for the annual American made with pop bottles. law Firestone 401/ Nat Dalr 85 Wo<)lwth 2945
he told her last year when she Municipal Congress
and
Dell General Telephone
broke her leg, that he would Collins, former governor of ooooooc
give a million dollars If someone Systems the Inter-County System Florida, will address the open. Rights Act
rinks first In Florida in
would take her off his log session on "human resource
hands terms of number of telephonesand and the Civil Rights
At the time she testified she eighteenth In the United StatesIn Act." GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP- ,
The FBI has made its first
didn't know he had even a mil. terms of revenues. It Is own- Among the more than 2,000 rests under the public accomo.ar. 9AaneI d
lion dollars, much lea. the $30 ed by over 4,000 stockholders delegates will be 500 mayors, datlons sections of the new Civil
million her attorneys discoveredafter nationwide and has a plant investment many more city councilmen and Rights Act. I,
she filed suit for divorce. of over $40 million. about 100 city managers. Agents of the bureau charged ;, QUALITY
three Greenwood white men BOATS
I
CIDAA with a conspiracy designed to I
keep a Negro from going to a I
downtown movie theatre.
The three men, Willie Amon I I Your special invitation to view and
Belk, 47, a plumber; his son, I
Jimmy Allen Belk, 19, and Sam
Allen Shafer Jr., 40, a Belk em. I I ride the new Thunderbird at
ploy., posted $1,000 bonds be. I
SUMMER fore U.S. Commissioner W. O.
I Collier exclusive dealer
Luckett at nearby Clarksdale I County's ,
following their arrest Thursday
CHRYSLER The FBI charged the three I I THE SKIPPER'S MARINA.IOOOOOOOGOOQOOOI
with "unlawfully conspiring to I .
STOCK I injure, oppress, threaten and in. I
tlmldate" Silas McGhee, 21, of I
Greenwood, "in the free exercise .
I
DEALER'S of his right to full and equal I
enjoyment of a motion picture I
1 It SELLOUTAS I house, the Leflore Theatre."
The theatre management dec.
lined comment.
The FBI gave this report
On July 16, McGhee staggered
Into the Greenwood FBI office,
bleeding from head wounds and
suffering from shock,
McGhee, a staff worker with
the Student Non.Vlol.nt Coordtnatlng ."' Lai ar.w ..rs+,adiua4wi

men in Committee a pickup ,truck said forced three

EEY OO I 1DYLE1 him company at the them.point of a gun to ac.

He said they asked him If he -G
had been to the movie the pre
e vlous night. When he replied tea
0 TO
OO
Oil W/ID he board was beaten with a pipe and a




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PRICES START LOW 9 Inc.gram will, handle the sales pro. yNt. H rr

Ira R. Capelle, president of I 0'r ie'iME

GET LOWER tion First and Florida Don ResourceCorpora.Elferdlnk, mana.

gar of (the Real Estate Mart,
have bothexpreasedstrongenthu. |
siasm for the Beacon House de.

New shipments are in. We're overstocked All models All velop-nent,.It gives us the opportunity t to Stop in today. . Let us show you the latestin

colors. Pick the one you like and save a bundle We'vegotta Incorporate all of our experienceand
talents gained from the con.

move 'em outl! Biggest sales blowout of the yearl I such tructlon as the of luxury Bahama apartments Club, the I Proven Ride and Quality available now |

Reef Club, the Gulf Shore Colony I

-the best of the big car men Club, the ManllonHoUH and Car..
See your Chrysler Dealer rtage Club", Capelle said, "and I
we are delighted to have been The SKIPPER'S MARINA
selected to construct and merchandise I
this finest of condo.I

WOOD CHRYSLERPLYMOUTH minium apartments" :

This "exclusive yet medium I
priced" condominium was de. I 854 RIVER POINT DRIVE
signed by Gamble, Pownall and I
Inc. Gllroy, of Fort Lauderdale. I BETWEEN THE TWO GORDON RIVER BRIDGES
Beacon House brochures and I PHONE Midway 2-2822 or Midway 2-3925
literature will be available with. I
t in two weeks and tin be secured j
,
by contacting First Florida Real )
BOATING
"NAPLES
Tamlami Trail Naples Fla. Estate Mart, Inc of Naples, 1 HEADQUARTERS"9OOOOOOO
2600 N. or any other cooperating broker !
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