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Title: The daily news
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Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
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Publication Date: July 28, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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By BERNARD CAVZER Broken ttered, the

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP- Rochester: The Birth Of A Riot"Some sir I ad'per.st he terceia .

Helen Myrlcks was pleased with : rlvl r brof
I the way things were turning out. 1.. t h A no. and
There wa $60 collected for the boy"over there is, raus. thony Cerretto and Roger Ba. guy go They wedged between ester turned how a riot 1 1horn.. The riot that had lust been aM f/w Thr riot wa. 27
playground from the tale of log a fuss. con were standing us. Two plainclothesmen who But there Is no time for his. born 1I1'I i Rh room ml grotesquely. fh tee
barbecue sandwiches, hot dugs Stevens had been keeping an "We walked up to this guy were at the end of Nassau tory' In the birth of a riot. Forks and Atones and old T e hwfln u Iran,
and punch. Now the last record eye on things. This was just a says Cerretto "and we didn't Sf-et on Joseph Avenue came of brick from a large empty lot on T o horn pa'.sed Ime
was spinning and the street last minute kind of dance for the even get a chance to ask him to from their car to help us They The communication system Joseph Avenue near Nassau' i'u1 for k war to nave
dance would end. The people, people on the block. Friday leave. He started yelling and re. were Dan Funk and Sal Arnone. a riot is rumor. electronic Rumor moves de. Street greeted the (quad*. Men a e he., hi, en lot
nights had been too full of hell faster than am
e speciallythe sliding and swinging. The next Then everything let loom El.
teenagers, and walls and boand women and girls wn: v be on the
seemed to be enjoying them raising In the Negro section as thing, we were all on the ther Dan or Sal, I don't know vice. It jumps rivers leered and .swore at police. Wire New k t'e a adze and
mulctalrens
has
selves. It was It was wise to keep an ground, Bacon and m. and the which, got back and radioed for and buildings. It a trash baskets sailed from the the U.S, e. On one side
for
It has color red,
Stevens a :
eye open. told the boy guy. We put the cuffs on him. "
Then someone came to CeneStev.n. help blood men's handi crowd to land on the officers. of lot' street Agae the whites;
to quiet down. So did some oth. the on
"But this crowd that was 11t38
., whose wife, Carrie, It was p.m., Friday, several K.9 Corps teams ar. Negroes nn t t'o'' other Fire
was one of the dance organizers ers. He wouldn't. So Stevens dancing and enjoying itself July 25, 1964, the minute, the That rail for help put through rived trucks arrived So did police
went to the Myrlcks' porch turned on in. They yelled for us hour, the day, the elite, the year by Funk or Arnone brought cars
with Mrs. Myrlcks, and said The mob 'htv! new fury
reac a
where two white patrolmen, An. to take off the cuffs and let the that thriving, comfortable Roch. with sirens and lights (Continued oil page g)




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1* hrer ;,fir iaANvnrf S a ., TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1964 8 PACES 10 CENTS 411. YEAR NUMBER 2
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$74,742 OKd For Health Services
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OF THE RANGER 7 If nil well the Ranger The County
goes space-
a full four-hour budget L S.
craft should hit the after 68 hours As
moon approximately in flight; this morning aiming at ,
I the New cJu\11 shows at launch plus 50 hours the moon's gravity will gust 4 date to finalize
begin to pull the craft toward the moon. Fifteen minutes before im ment which will call 1
pact, the Ran ('J"'. television cameras will switch on and signals will fourth of a mill .4 --

be transmitted to earth (NEA newschart) last year or less. s y
The assessed valuation Y

C.,.' ty property, up about $ f
over last year, will aid

: Ranger 7 : ly rate in holding down the ;

'
; Finalizing the County


RocketingTo iILJ . major Department attention portion of budget of this .

y session. After some .
'. the original budget
MoonCAPE Department Head Dr.
thers, commissioners
figure oi $74,742 for
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) 65 department budget
The Ranger 7 spacecraft was The county's ;rn
rocketed toward the moon to. this total budget will be $
y day with the missloa.ot taking the balh4ice coming ,
several thousand closeup photo funds In the last fiscal
graphs of areas where American .

1969.astronauts may land In J '+;;. the the new county budget contributed $

; ty expense only about
An
Atlas-Agena rocket blast.
ed Into the sky at 11:50 a.m. r FEAR E
(EST) to start the spidery
A two-phase problem
spacecraft on a planned quar.t.rolllUlion.mUe t e.S
journey which ., r* considerable ': KKIU'TS IN KOCIII-STKi:;) : Two thousand en-
hopefully will end six years of Brothers had proposed "d police in Hochenter, N. V. and at least 100
original budget
frustration for VJS. moon shots. M.P tartans be paid a 21 I )policemen Were injured, In above photo, I
The great rocket 104 feet tall per.mile fee for use lies in stiect Polite sni and weighing 138 tons, spouted 1r sonal cars. The could reoccur at any moment. (NEA telephoto)
torrent of a.
a red-orange flame
objected to this
and sent a thunderous roar roll.
presented a "snowballing
log across Cape Kennedy as It + pest tial," as other counties .


barreled Ing The pad.early away portion from of Its the launch.flight has ees same attempted will privilege.begin to The asking ;: ;; ;; I


booster appeared pitched normal over as on the a south.big basis where county Hiqh Market Rating

east heading and streaked from r -
sight after about three min. s l v TIDESHigh
ut... 110,000, an Increase. over the I9C2: and did more traveling than ever
total of $17,l ,IOOO. before.

Weather OutlookPartly a. From standpoint of population The answer Is that, despitethe
am. p.m. a.m. this was more than should many people who are Mill
ZI have been With local unemployed, the number who are
July 1:51 12:43: 6:48 expected. a
cloudy through Wednesday July 27 2:18: 1:21 7:25: : in. population equivalent to.0113percent holding down jobs has gone up
with rather widely and their earnings have Increased .
of the national population tile
July 28 2:46: 2.08: 8:06: :
Mattered afternoon thunder. ,. ., 2)L local volume of business should .
=-- July 29 3:16: 2.56 8:33 :
shower Low tonight In the In have been approximately that pro. INCOMES UP
LAST.MINUTE CHECK the 806. July 30 3:51: 3.S4: ':50
70s. High W.dne.da 89 to Ranger 7 portion of the national The survey shows that net In-
pound spacecraft is readied for launching by July 31 4:30 5:09 10.54 : .
93. Molly southerly wind Actually, however, it went beyond come locally after payment of
7 to 15 miles an hour. Locally NASA personnel at Cape Kennedy, Fla. Add one hour for that amount accounting for taxes reached $42,078,000, a

gusty in thunderahowers. (NEA telephoto) Add one hour, Naples Bay ,0122 per cent of the national rise from the previous year's
in The spending surge was felt. $35,0<1,000.
In varying degrees, In most partsof This bolls down to an averageof
the country. It proved a boon to $6,280 per household, which
Gator Lake People Ask: retailers generally, but benefitedthe Is arrived at by dividing a over.
for automobile business more all Income by the number of

than any other. household.
in The affluent public opened its Just how one locality compareswith

Do We Or DOD We purse strings wide, also, for another In purchasing power
other products They bought more and business volume Is revealed
the household appliancesmore' )' through an "index of sales act.
,. foods, more bonks and magazines Ivlty."
Collier County's: Index is given
as 108, or 8 per cent above the
Have Reach Access? e rT national average,



The Parks Board at Its meetIng ler told Parks Board chairman "But Council's Intent was to concentration of people the Zoners MeetTomorrow

Monday asked City Council Mrs. RJ. Brashear that, in his leave 30 feet for public beach be at any one access, .
to look into the legal status of opinion, the street had been vacated access," Mrs. Brajhear said. Though "wheels grind ,
what may or may not be a 30- and no easement existed "I think the Intent Is very Im- the City-County Bay r ( On
foot public beach access along At Monday's meeting City Man- portant." She quoted then-City Point) Park on the :
what once was Fifth Avenue ager Vince Wood noted that the Clerk Fred lowdermilk as saying soon will be ready for Beer PermitThe

North. 1950 ordinance didn't say which last week, "Of course we preparation Is continuing.
Some residents ofthe Alligator 30 feet was to be set aside Man meant that 30 feet to be public." An Inland park, to Ie ( Zoning and Planning Board
Lake area told the board they easement. The "previous "It's In our deed that we have children's center of meets tomorrow morning ar(:lty
understood they had a perpetual dedication" for public use was access to the Gulf," Mrs. Ira In the Lake Park area, Hall to consider an application
access to the beach. But the just history Wood said McFarland told the board, and ther proposal of the from Imperial Florida Oil Co ea
t II< sell beer at Its
present owner of the property she pulled out a photostat of the City was all set to 2600 Ninth Street North.gas station at
to the north has builta Senator 1950 Council ordinance. The Mc- city-owned block along
Urges There are several gasoline .
rock seawall that prevents Farlands live on Alligator Lake. nue North last spring :* in Naples now, but none sta.tlr of
persons from gaining easy access Board member Frank Kerri ius Flelschmann them have licenses to sell aleo.
to the beach from the access Bryant To Close gan said the existence of the access fered to swap two blocks kollr beverages. In cities such

route "Is a legal problem." Ed for the one city-owned ai Gainesville and Tallahassee.
An ordinance passed by City Florida Exhibit BeUvek! agreed, saying "we're wood told the board filling stations are reported to
Council July 7, 1950. vacated the still after 30 feet for the public" that Flelschmann Is sell beer at cut-rate prices
60-foot right-of-way of Fifth CRESTVIEW (AP) -A state The Parks Board terms of Europe, and when he The only thing the zoning board
,
Avenue North between First senator urged COT. Farris Br). Mrs. BrashearandClarenceHall swap can be made. an do tomorrow la certify that

Street and the Gulf The same ant today to close florida'. ex. expire this month. In what she mann's two blocks lie just ... the gas station's location Is at
. 400
ordinance also provided that 30 Mbit at the New York World's considered to be her last meetIng of Lake Park School. --- least feet from the nearest
Fair unless it starts looks nit from the school or church measured by
feet of the right-of-way to remain making Mrs. Brashear reviewed the a
straight line. The ceV.tiflcatlon
board's
money FIDO PLEASE I the before .
long (
as an easement for the Alligator work 0//'the boar\!. ago
last two yearl' will
Lake drain and Its main- ''II the Florida exhibit Is con. "J con't: think the ; ) -et. but unclear word. week be taken up next
tlnuing to lose bathroom by City Council whit will
said for
money, dogs, 30-foot
tenance and for utilities, the MORE THE BETTER '> a public access. approve or disapprove the
Sen. Ferris
C. Campbell of Brashear commented apply
30 feet been on not exist. But rear ulon. There Is
"having previously Crestvlew, .It seems to me that She noted the board' efforts matter presently: no citr
brought some
dedicated" as a public beach the best thing for us to do Is to to preserve the Bnle-knownpfb by the Parks up Board. claim they were ordinance prohibiting gas at.,
ago Parks Board dis stone from selling
access. close the exhibit and accept our lic beach accesses: The more accesses alcoholic bet.
City Attorney David Splng- financial loss." available, the less (CO.ti.... oi page (NEWS photo) rages.




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COWER COUNTY NEWS Tuesd. '. .
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:; ',>;.;: ': > ': ; .: : .' ?4" ."" IB***. ,. 4 More U.S. Dixie Solons

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Fulbright Suggests Soviet "t :v .h . S '.'., "" Walking Tight

<, "':.F.? Troops Die Political
C Rope

May HelD Build New Canal

WASHINGTON (AP)-Mai \
t'i >' In S. Viet Southern Democ ratl, sendlul'i
"* x"HINGTON! (AP) Chair. C anal must eventually be built. are walking a tight ('olttl. a,
.J, J. W. Fulbright of the When it is, he adds, the Unit. ,
in their efforts to malnt.iltheir
.'I.lt" Foreign Relations Com. ed States should consider have SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) rope
ittpct says that when a new lug it built by a "consortium"a L q Communist guerrillas killed party regularity wither
themselves to PresldelltJohnlon'l
tying
.1.1<'H'1 canal is built across partnership of governments """ tour American servicemen to.,

idol America a group of H. then suggest that the Soviet ', day as the U.s. government campaign .
0 Sen. Herman E. Talmadge D
al.uiing nations possibly in. Union as a canal user, might be made plans for a big boost in
Ga. is the latest to Join the
i i II ig,,, Russia might Join with a member of the consortium Its military manpower in South I ,
'", i lIlted States in the project. Because the Soviet Union Viet Nam. ranks of those who may i pre

i aew. book being pub. would be just one of a group of .. One of the dead was an Army serve the kind of "golden si.
,.,
", lence' practiced by Sen. Han
i I" ,1 today, the Arkansas nations, Fulbright says, it would L' .' . major shot to death by a VietCong I
.JC''''''' i at says he is not advo. be unlikely to either disrupt op. 'J" platoon In broad da)light F. Byrd, D-Va., in the 1960 cam
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atlnt Soviet participation In a ration of the canal or gain anew : ; ,...;:. I / oJ. ." <' ',; in the middle of a Roman Cath. pslgn when former vice president
Richard M. Nixon carried!
ou i anal project but "neither base for "subversion In 1' olic village 10 miles northwest
I think It must be ruled out Latin America." .",. ... ;: 'k' ." .\ \ of Saigon. Virginia. Byrd has given no In.
unthinkable : :;'' _. .... Two Army officers and an Air dlcatlon of what he plans to io
h* says Fulbright adds that Soviet .
,
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,_ C this .
I'ear.Talmadge
ulbright" "" .b Force man were killed by a
says a new tea-level participation might strengthen I :
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n al, larger than the Panama "their commitment to a peace. t' :' : !;' ''' 'J' . '; ', .. : t. : mine set off under their Jeep as said in a teise
.i1t,1t-\1 ,,' .4 a&4t : f ..: they drove In cf five statement Monday that he has
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_. cut status quo" and thus the in. > "' ; "" ". .. .. ._- '. f ... ,s. ,' a convoy
been Democrat and
always a
vehicles
ternatlonal project would on a road 21 miles
sent a gain "for world repre. GOING A LONG WAY TO BEAT HEAT-Even tall girls want to cool off on a breezy beach. but even Amazons don south bf Saigon expects to remain one.
and stability." peace this tall . or do they? This long, tall Sally on a Cleveland Ohio. beach Is indulging In a little bit of mild deception grow The toll of Americans killedIn lie added: "I have not been

( t NOONI Fulbrlght's book, published by,,, or so the photographer sayi action In this Communist. requested to make any speeches|
Random House Is entitled "Old menaced nation since December for the party and have no plans
> Myths and New Realities" and 1961 rose to 163. to do so.

Is based on an expansion of ExtremismBlamed Rochester. . Beach . "Up to 3,000 more American "I will continue toole on
speeches the Arkansas Demo. military advisers and training each and every measure (in the
NewYork (AP) crat has made In the Senate and (Continued from page 1)) (Continued from page 1) personnel may be sent to swell Senate) In accordance with rm
Stoiksi elsewhere In recent months from Brighton ana oreece. 'me' reading "no dogs" on beach the U.S. force of about 16,250 al. Judgment In the best interests 01
His basic theme Is that the, For hoses stiffened with the pres. please Health Dept."have been ready In the countr)'. No extension m>' country and, m> state"
Allis Chal 20fc United States needs to over. sure'of water and the threat of a placed at avenue ends at the of the Americans' limited I Falmadge Is one of 21 Southern .

Alcoa 67 Vi coma. .what. .he .nll..a "cold war race riot was crushed board' combat role was in |irosrt| Democrats who voted
Am Air 46 K memauiy" na itseir or unreal. The dawn request. however. against the Civil Rights Act,
AmBdPar 40' tstic Ideas about the state of the senseless, City Council has been concern The four American dead. were Johnson signed July :2. Amongthe
Race RiotsROCHESTER
AmCan 44 world and work for "a world. What end did t. ed with major projects such as reported by reliable sources I 21 were six sen,itors whose
AmCyan 66 HAm wide state of mind In which Is the question. :.. S'I the cui rent street and drainage who could not give the clrcum. seats are at stake this jear a

Mot 14 peace is favored over war" N.Y. (CAP) But a riot h .. .. program and the recently com, stances. U.S. military spokes S These include Xliglnia's BHII. )
AT&T 71 V "The cold war and all the oth. Violence.ridden Rochester de. dept to be what pleted :sanitary sewer construction men for the time being would I and Sons, Robert C. Byrd of
AmTob 33% er national rivalries of our time scribed by Gov. Nelson A. groes trying to I --.. Mrs. Brashear noted. confirm the death of only one West \lrglnla Albert Gore of
Ampx Cp 16Va. are not likely to evaporate in Rockefeller as a victim of ex. themselves as ",, But "If you put In honky-tonk American. Tennessee S],>essard L. Holland '
Anaconda 44% our lifetimes," he says. "The tremlsm, struggled today to re. came to the ,, signs and overlook beautification Four more dead would bring of Florida, John Stennls of Mis.
Armour 48 major question of our time Is gain a semblance of normalcy that frustration C the total Americans killed In ac. slsstppl, and Ileibeit S. Waiters
ACL 79U not how to end these conflicts from a bloody weekend of race are reason for G programs, you are destroying tlon against the Communist Viet ot Tennessl'l'.

Bab I ork 32V4 but whether we can find someway rioting. Anyone who ,'nsT."OIl: the things" that make Naples whatIt Cone to 163 since December Sen. Allen J. Ellender D.La.,
Beth Stl 1 38 Vi to conduct them without re. With Us uneasy peace being reason quickly Is, she remarked. who la ruit running this year,
Boeing 54 Vi sorting to weapons that will re. enforced by hundreds of helmet. After two nights The board complimented 1961.The South Vietnamese gov. said lie Is sticking to his Inten.
Borden 77 solve them once and for all by .d city and state police the city ly was a street AND \"OTE-A and parks and parkways superintendent ernment announced the new tlon not to attend the o..mol'rlt.
Brunswki wiping out the contestants." was paid a surprise visit Mon. Negro areas that 1 e n t commemorative Pat Park for the current buildup Monday after a confer Ic convention at Atlantic City
cater Tr 33'/. day by the rovernor. scars o( violence.On seeking to focus at- tree-planting project nota- ence between Premier Nguyen N.J., next month. Ellencler said
Celanese 71 Vinrysler Rockefeller expressed "shock Sunday on a national non bly along 10th Street. And Mrs. Khanh and U.S. Ambassador that when his name was listed
S 51H and great sadness" over what cam a campaign to attract Brashear said that Council action Maxwell D, Taylor.A tentatively as a Louisiana delegate .
Com Ed 53 Name Crew lie saw during a tour of the riot. that It was felt to the polls may be taken soon to pro U.S. spokesman| said the ar. he ordered It scratched i
Con Edls 92/4 torn Negro sections. sober men and issued on August 1 hibit further plant Ins of so-called rival of personnel would l>e Sen. John L. McClellan I).
Cont Can 52 Declaring that the racial vio them. A D.C. The Australian These gradual and the number now Ark., who Is nut up for el<'<.tlon,
tall
Dow Che 72V.| lence was clear evidence of ex. serve riot reproduces the Amer. pines are planned might be changed as said In a separate Interview he
duPont 264% For MannedGemini trmism that cannot be Justl. dwelling, plunged in true colors. slender trees that have dense circumstances developed./ hasn't been asked to speak| for
EAL 31/ (led, Rockefeller said he foundno :walk. exploded foliage to harbor mosquitoes. "This increase in U.S. aid as the national ticket and doesn't
l1;. Kodak 131'/. evidence of outside agitators building aflrt. The trees also do not have taproots well as other aid from friendly expect| to receive any such re.
Firestone 40'/' however killed and so Squall so they tend to topple In countries granted at the request quest ,
Fla Pw Bl /. lie said h* felt that there was In the house. high winds Mrs Brashear noted. of the Vietnamese government In the estimate of many |olill., 1
fla P4L 80% HopHOUSTON no connection with the race vlo. But Sunday East Of should be construed as a warn. clans, Johnson /popularity/ In
Ford 53'/. lenc which ripped through New respite. Ing to the Communists In Hanoi J the South has slumped material .
Frept Sul 381 Vi York's Harlem and a Negro The riot finally Islands (the capital of North VietNam h ly since he /put on pressure for

Frueh Tr 331/. Tex. (AP)- Capt. area of Brooklyn.The tired end, spent (AP) The Weather Rules )," Khanh's government lion'well 130' James A. McDtyitt 35of Chicago relative quiet in Roches. its own fury and reported today what It Georgia said. :'and the Republicans named as
Gen lyn 29'i will be In the command seat In ter prompted hopes that some that there was highly suspicious area The communique said U.S. t their presidential nominee Sen.
Genii 82 Vi America's second Gemini Space. solution could be found to curb either at the and squalls in the Can't Refuse aid would be I Increased In the'Barry Coliwater' who voted
Gen Fds 00" craft. the simmering unrest before the about 1,000 miles east following fields: I'against the measure.
Gen Mills 41 % Capt. Edward H. White H, 32, week was out.Worried Islands. -More military advisers for
Gen Mtrs 94"i of San Antonio Tex. will he his official said private end.Cafe )' reconnaissance plane Negroes Land Vietnamese armed forces, es|".
Goodrich 53'/i' copilot. ly they feared another bloody to investigate. dally at battalion level and In
Goodyr 43V4 The surprise announcement of weekend might erupt when fac. In the tropical At. ATLANTA CAP) A federalS the Navy and Air Fbrce. Solons Don'tWant
Creyhnd 26siOulfOlr their selection as the crew of torlei closed and thousands of were no unusual district judge! in an opinion of -More U.s. Special Forces of
58'4 the lecond- oemlnl '.pa ec ran workers wr released for, their pattern Little change, possible tar.reaching slfnlfi. guerrilla war experts/ to advise .
lilt Harv 79'/i was made Monday by Paul nO 1nal'dayj: off.Rochester's Klan for the next day cance, has enjoined the state of Vietnamese special forces more
lilt Nick 78% Haney Manned .Spacecraft Cen. racial strife-to. the Weather Bureau Georgia from racial dlscrlmlna.tlon effectively and increase guards To Tell 1
Int Pap 32''% ter public affair officer mented by thousands of Negroesand In the sale, lease or other against Red infiltration from
JOlles'L 80',. An experienced Project Mer. some whites left a tragic disposal of property of state ollleld"
Kate Al 33% cury astronaut had been expect. 'toll of four dead, at least 350 In. owned Jekyll Island. ::Io're advisers for Vietnam
T
Ken' ott 83 ed to draw the pilot's assign. Jured' and millions of dollar In Court The injunction, Issued Monday ese regional and militia forces. Cash Sources

Llg & My 79 H ment but broken bones knocked I property damage. Plans by Judge Frank A. Hooper -More civilian advisers,
Loch'd 34 Vi the older spacemen off the Combat ready National I JACKSONVILLE ( makes It possible for Negroesto especially| for economic clevel.
Lorlllard crew. 44 Augustine homesltes on the Island, health, .
Senate has turned
Mag'vox 30% Maj.) L. Gordon Cooper Jr., 'by prepared to wield bayonets erators and For once a retreat for some of the rules for dls
MM&M 60% one of the seven Mercury astro. 'and rifle butts, if necessary to leged to be nation's wealthiest families. fairs. posed new
of the outside drum Ul Interest l*
Mohasro 14 Vi nauts, was the only member of''preserve law and order. Ku Klux Klan Ben W, Fortson Jr., chairman -More troop carrying heli. .> .
of Its members and m
Mons'to 81 Vi the original seven.man Mercury The guardsmen rolled Into appear in federal Unity of the Jekyll Island Authority, 'copters, fUre.d ropplng planes top
Mont Wd 38Vi team available for the ...Irn. .'Rochester Sunday night on or. answer charges of said about 400 homesltes are 'and personnel to keep them ployes. .
Nat Dalr 84 ment. The manned spacecraft'ders from Rockefeller who act. new civil rights (AP) Re. available now for lease. flying Instead It has thrown Its "''I i

Nat Dlst 27% center gave no explanation of ''ed at the request of local offl. The National presidential nominee The normal homeslte lease Is South Viet Nam has an army port to setting up a 17-inemioi l

N.Am Av 48>/i why Cooper was passed over. ''dais the Advancement seeking to 40 years, Fortson said, with 10. 'of 200,000 and a 200ooO.man commission to conduct a two..
Penney 58 The backup crew for this The mob violence in Roches People brought the GOP ticket lathe year renewal periods after that. I paramilitary force. The Viet year study of measures to Insure !

Pa RK 35: /i night will be MaJ. Frank Bor. I ter-touched off when police at. half of Negro Is launching The court Injunction does not Cong is believed to have about high ethical standards
Pep Cola CO'7! man and Lt. Cmdr. James A.I'tempted to arrest a Negro youth St. Augustine for top.to.bottom party ,cover those Presently holding 80,000 fighters. Guerrilla ex. among all federal offlc'Uls.

Phil Mor 75ViPhlll Lovell Jr., with Borman deslg. 'scuffling outside a dance hall running :leases from the state, but only j perts estimate that It takes at Establishment of the study
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Pet 55'i\ nated as spacecraft command. ''Friday night .subsided In the compliance with 'concerns future disposals of 'least 10 soldiers to cope with final commission may come up for i
23197'j senator an. vote today, although a bill
ar nredawn hours Monday.
I
- RCA 31 ft went Into effect property. 'one guerrilla.
The second Authorities kept an Monday night a series The to limit meat imports may be
_ Rep Stl 44%: Gemini Titan emergen. The NAACP new commander of
Revlon 34% light, bearing the code name cy nighttime curfew clamped on day that Inclusion GOP congressional Mrs. Constance Baker Motley American forces In the Pac'ltic. given priority.
Rey Tob 43% GT4, Is scheduled for "the first the city in only slightly modi! and other .. members of the House c of New York, attorn ,y for the Adm. Ulysses S. Grant Sharp, Democratic I leader Mike
StReg P 30% quarter of next year," Haney led form. Any citizen found on made it the first thl governors and oth. i i Savannah Negroes who sought I|told newsmen today he doubts Mansfield of Montana expressing .
Seaboard 53'a said. the streets without justifiable brought under the chieftains "In the I In. t t:he Injunction described the or. ,i ider events are leading to a generalwar surprise over the turn ofevents

Sears 117%: The first manned Gemini reason between 8:30 p.m. and 6 the campaign of all as unprecedented. in Asia and that he Is op. In the Senate Monday
Sinclair 46% light Is scheduled for Decem. a.m. was subject to arrest law.The suit candidates' "cam. "I don.t recall any similar de. I I Iclslon. ttmlstlc about progress In South night Indicated he wanted to
Socony 83 MSouthnC ber. If this one goes on sched. Three Judges working In 12.,1 rant operators of party unity. This could set an Impor. Viet Nam. explore the situation before

64 V4 ule, the second should be In hour shifts, released with sus. comply with the confers Wednesday taut precedent,' she said. Sharp arrived in Saigon today making a decision.
SperryR 15 March 1965. pended sentences more than I the klan and to confer with U. Gen. William The financial disclosure reso.
Senate.House Republl. Hooper's decree restrains the :
lotions that went down to
StO NJ 87% Gemini plans call for a night two-thirds of the 800-odd persons as parties for !):p Conference to *tate from "enforcing any poll C. Westmoreland, U.S. corn were the outgrowth of the defeat
Studebak 7'i about every three month. This arrested In the three nights ot foits to legislation facing Con. c''y of prohibiting Negroes from 'mander In Viet Nam, and "to ate Rules Committee's Invest Sen.!
timing Is based on the violence. see what we can do better ando
Swift 52i assump. operators Into discuss campaign using and, enjoying all the fa. gallon of the fortune
Texac( 81 tlon no technical problems About 250 prisoners charged I Negroes. cllltles of the Island elate park." t t see what more we can do." Baker accumulated while Bobby
Thiokol. 13% would delay any of the flights. with felonies-such as rioting, Among! the) U.S. forces In Viet Nam now tarv of the Senate's Democratic secre.
U carbld 124% The first Gemini crew Maj. burglary or larceny-were or.' ants was Hoisted -- ----- Include about 10,000 Army men,

Unit Alrc 471 Virgil L Grtssom and Li. Cmdr. dered held for the grand jury- ucy 45, a leader about 5,000 Air Force about 750 majority.
Baker
) under! tire
Un Fruit 221,. Thomas Stafford was selected with ball set at $10,000 cash. white Provide Cape Show Navy and about 500 Marines.that Oct. 7. In resigned a report to the Senate lasf
In April. There was speculation
US
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% The suit asks earlier this month the commit.
boost aircraft
UnlvMut The first manned Gemini the in strength
13 tee said he
against the had been "guilty of
West El 32% light will be for three orbits. might mean the assignment of
Girls Sell Pony tors, ordering many gross Improprieties."
Wlnn Din 35% The second will be for four more C123 transport planes The The
Negroes and committee recommendeda
an
days. CI23 a propeller.drlven plan
Woolwth 295IMMECIATE/. For Dollar Cops new Senate rule
McDlvltt was graduated first ; ing Interference by designed especially for landings requiring sen.
In his class in aeronautical engl. Hunt Purchaser any other and takeoff on short fields, has ators and all Senate employes
It Is to be hea earning over to
DELIVERY! neerlng at the University of proved particularly valuable In $10,000 a year
Michigan. He has been In the HOUSTON, Tex. (CAP) Twc, Bryan Simpson. supply and other missions In the disclose annually their major
Air Force sine 1951 and flew girls who ran away from home|, siding at a similar war against the Viet Cong la outside financial Interests-but
GMCTRUCKS.nEADYfar'641 "Just becaue action naming two not the value of their holdings
combat missions In Korea. He have learned I I widely scattered and remote
has more than 3,000 hour flying one thing from their I expert restaurants, the places.In ,nor the Income derived from
time, 2,500 of It In Jets. .nceiA compliance i by Aug. addition to work at military them.
WITH Whit was graduated from the horse traders, they are, The Southern assistance headquarters and In But Monday night the Senate
BREAKTIIHDUOII U.S. Military Academy at West flops.Llddl. crshlp Conference, schools, a major mission of the voted 48 to 39 to send this pro.
Point and took a master's de. Bell Baker 9, and Jan.nl ducting integration : U.S. Navy contingent Is working posal back to the committee
NBINKIUNO gree In aeronautical engineering ie Lavell. Mustek, 7, left their cltreported that with the small craft patrols of with Instructions that It reportout
) from the University of Mtchl.gan. 1 homes about 11 a.m. Monday served In CO per the Vietnamese in running down forthwith a substitute meas.
4qflhiijNiNEW I leading Llddl Bell's 4.month tels and w Junks and sampans carrying ure providing for establishment
I old Shetland pony. week after the law supplies for the guerrillas of a 17.member Commission on

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police in late afternoon they had I that businessmen < menl.DO .
sold the pony for $1, and spent after receiving tlirt
10 cents of it for potato chips. lence. Tests since ,

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4-H Club MembersAt




Movement i J'I.I' i Summer-." mi,'mbeis Camp ol the! 4.Ht ?zWa11;
;
l i 't t i ,'JII..r Counll1'5t..r,
M" LJ.; Mct-fl''Iy'' Hilary Hartter with U5: 1 '.. Ii 1 1 1 I"1 MimimT ramp atC !

I Absence over the past week- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davie of Foil r. < ,"", 'I i,,, ilcii at Lake Placid. '"

end made It a little! difficult to Myers were In 3rd place with I n II'' i <'tutu ii FrldA after ri\ GAIL WINCHELL Phone MI2.ri044Wi", w

lies while Mr. and Mrs. Georgl'Smith '" ',
adequately describe if'J
activities of , (;ol.: andMrs.C.D.McCracltin, Belle Glade Were down for a few
the placed 4th with 114 I/I. 1 1" UK'mil-is will enroll Ins
Naples Duplicate Bridge club of Beach of snook flshln si a
last All others were below the aver- , s ot I umnilng, rafts, and St, Petersburg are days They red
take Friday the night. I'll therefore age of 108. On the East-v.est \ I III I us i-n project Recreation guests of Col. and Mrs.GUland.Thl'Y at the Isles of Capri Mar-

opportunity toclar- "M,lI!: in" :titt' swimming, fishing are going to stay here on ina and Motel.
stdsGens Moore and Earl
Ify a certain aspect of the col Ogden \ # i>,..,in nt, tunics sport and local the Island for a couple of days Staying at the Isles of: Capri> i
took honors with 139 Mr. / ( IT
top ,
.
umn.A % oj.1I tI"l1t 111\11\1"5, Eji m< Mhtr and then take a trip to Key Marina and Mote! were Mr. and
_ _
remark by Tom Hayer associate and Mrs. E.V. Pennywitt 2nd ",,lid, in' I'liiollmcnt?, fee of $7. \\'est with the Gillands. Mess K. Warrei,, also of Belle

editor of the Mews,brings with 123 1/2, followed by Mr. TJ.III'lortdt\llI'' was b>' achoolIH John Marlnl, Jr. had u his Glade.

forth a question about which there and Mrs. Peters 1211/2 Mr. -- :-. this week Butch Spirito, John Watson! and son were
guests
seems some doubt. He remarked and Mrs. W.p. Scott 4th with 119j ,\ um nuiufpr supervises Thomas down for few snook fishing -
and Stan a
Henry days
Mrs. Mamie iooke with ,utiMti's t 1 ,inutfri b\ several Cheryl
regarding a few of the words playing ( ley of Mlramar Fla. and last week. They caught their
Doug
lilt' .
I have taken Mrs. Peg Gollnik 112. All others 1I 1/ guards j t'ecreaHon leader
the liberty of us- home demon- Wiggins' of Naples. limit of snook while fishing out
were below of 108. county agent,
ing "Who's kidding who" Actually The average of the sir,it inn agents and local adult The Earl Kelleys returned of the Isles of Capri Fishing!
next club
I hope no -- meeting {
,
one since It's
leaders Assistant 'Count Agent! from a trip to Lakeland where Lodge.
all In will be held as usual at the
fun.
JIM- \Vhltoie!I companled! the thev visited wITh The famllv. Al Bush andhis brotherGeorge
It has been said that the work- Naples Woman's Club on Fri- Li -
isftItig Mr. and Mrs.: Jack were down for a weekend of snook
Ing vocabulary of the Individual day, July 31, at 7t30 p.m. and boUo
\ from the
average Naples nuking Ippen are Mr. and Mrs, AI Johnson fishing They are f"1Lees" i/' l -
Is some 200 words. Perhaps being the last meet big of the trip were t Riled Holowa\', Willie and their daughter Jaml. burg Fla. The nook fishing

my quota Is a little above month will be Club Master Point Crllfiths, Paul Mnson, Harold Mrs. Johnson Is their daughter proved a good Idea when hey returned -

that, especially If one counts the night. Cross, Walter Green John IV Mr. Johnson returned to MoUnt,, home with! theh limit, of.nook.
words so vividly expounded on The attention! of members of land, Frank Bowman, b'tpvf'lIl'n.
111., their home town, but hire .
the the Naples Duplicate Club n Urn' Dailx', Chuck Dorothy
but Bridge ,
golf course, I claim no Johnson and Jami will he The bookmobile will lie be'ween
Hind staying;
such limitless Is called to the pair handicap Vice, BUM Walker, Alton
the
variety as evidence -
for the marinas
three
weeks.Congratulations. nex Ueihiesday,
UI'sollHoc'kllolowa '
tournament which will be held \ ,IV>b Mar.
would Indicate. Nor Is "SWING YOUR PARTNERS"
heard
my at the hall anil Relic Rowe to John Mar August. s.
time endlessly spent In search- at The Moorings CountryClubon Naples Heath Club Satinda\ the
Gordon Blauni Attending from Immokilf lnl, J r.I! He won first prize
Ing through the dictionary. Sunday afternoon August 2nd at Simile Dance ifioup from Miami t went thioiiffh a i"ret At Cum F.arl Powell, In the fishing tournament for his

The News may be blamed 1:30 p.m. routine of squaio dances on the lighthouse roof Major Whlsnant, Mirk Whisnanl 115 pound jewflsh.Mr. .

somewhat, since I attempt, often Since this Is a special event of th hotel Lover left Blaum is shown calling Jlmnn Wolf, Ricky Wolf, CharlesHeath and Mrs. James Kibler, A CARD OF THANKS

fruitlessly, to solve their cross- and handicaps must be figured, for tin fioup, Later in tin) i'\emng some of the Bruce lli'iulrj, Pat Howell: of Fort Myers, were weekend On behalf of tMiibers' "r imfmnih

word puzzles with frequent openIng the committee must know In advance mcmbeM! of the jrroup J joined the Sunshine Shuffleis Cecil |1101"1"11lubba| Fverhart, guests at the Isles of Capri 11.tkr I 1111 t ''1'(11111111111\i
of reference books. That the pairings of those who which held John Anderson, Karen Roberts, thank ,Ul I t"iii'c/ ,))1\ frll'll',11m'' t >
its first Yl'lIonork dance here Marina and Motel. .
,
and unusual words used by wish to enter. Those who have Kay Seal and Connie Carter. wife U'Mniih( i I"r their pxpres.slon .
many I which attracted 70 Charles
clanceis See Jenkins and
some < J-.Shc-
authors and columnists the not already enrolled, and wish to stoiy Marco Is rfpi"rsentfd by Steve ,* of >iiii',t\M\ at the mm other
give ( McGiath photo) Comae'ho ly, both of l Mlami.spem live daysat .
key because In thumbing do so are requested to get in ; and Lawrence I't>ttltt. passing" periill) I tin' American
throughto touch with Harry Peters 22237or -- David n.ilUrd; Gene Woden, the Isles of Capri Marina and \A,!fflon Auxllt.in "i John
ascertain their meaning, Clyde Sullen, from Everglades Motel They caught their limit Murpln Poet No 303 llonlta
others pop Into view. A Jotting Vic Pennywitt, 2-4677 on or Shufflers Attract 70 made the trip. of snook dally while plugcasting. f-prlni.s lor the Memorial Ser

\ down of some gives me a back- before Friday, July 31. Girls from Desoto and High vice IIt'hl 1 at thpirprevlousmeet

log of 20 or 30, one or more lands counties, will| also tw In Mr. and Mrs. Tom LaClair Inn for tiet.

of which may sometimes fit a ulteniUncB at Camp Cloverleaf of Miami also FaI IVllcndorf
were
guests at
Gator
a Enjoys To Yellow Rock for the 3.d
particular situation.To DanceThe ) Cahill the Isles of Capri Marina and

make It perfectly plain, I Day At Beach < Motel. They had good catches of
am far from wishing to exhibit ART IN 1 CHURCH LOBBYCOIUMIU'S and
and
trout had
Intransigence, will eschew abnormalities Owner May PaySAN Sunshine Shufflers' first Then, 12 couples put on their i Ohio (AP( ) snapper nice catches of,redflsh which several Rev. Rice To Be
of Yellow Rock dance attracted! over bathing suits and did a little Sinks %
If .
seman Ics, the* L. 5c'itwtsijCmmuniy'
unusual exacerbation DIEGO, Calif. (AP) 'C4 70 square dancers to Naplesfor square dancing in the shallow Chuuh hUH weighedup to 5 pounds. They
causes or picucntfj art euhihiinn.
Writer-humorist James Thurber end of the released many snook. In Methodist
evolves a feeling that such the weekend, most of them pool. by central Ohio' anlMII.'Mtl .
usage
would have loved this. It Also at the Isles of
was from guests Capri -
the Miami started 8 .
Dancing at .
area.
p.m. at Stephen 11111151, exhibition ,
be caused
may by obsessive eulogistic like the last act of a play from Afternoon Hours Marina and Motel
were Mr.
At four o'clock Saturday afternoon Graber's Service Center, at the xhsirmannriginsiej' the Idea
characterization.NOW
the theater of the absurd. and Pulpit Sunday
Everyone was At Big Cypress thecallerGeorge Hales, Four Corners, but aftertwottpi, for art In 1 be<< eileen in the lobby Mn. Denver Moore of Mineral -

swimming set up his public address systemon a shower d rove the dance Indoors. The Rev William, |I' Griffiths, City Ohio. They spent most
around and
THE: NEWS having a fine timeat of their (lev. I 1'hl1 I L will
La Jolla Shores Center OmittedThe the lawn of the Stewart Motel, It continued in the Chlumsky an amateur mlml, 'ay' he feylsSri time enjoying the beachesand Mco gives
The attended Sunday
Friday game was flr , ,, ,
I is shelling ct iin >n i I. iw paMOt
when child where most of the were Building, 950 Central Avenue, an important means of
suddenly guests
by 40 players, competing In a a yelled Day Camp hours at Dig At 11 lommunu. alien. Mr. and Mrs. G. McGabee of of the I Mis Methodist' 1 Churchof
"Daddy there's an alligator In registered, and dancing on the p.m. dancing stopped fora
10-table Mitchell
movement Mr. Cypress renter have been changed Nark s at I 11 I o'ch'ck. oundavmorning
the ocean!I" grass, barefooted, started. Fol- buffet supper served by the
and Mrs. Louis Graham led the to eliminate afternoon ses. ,
Sure enough a 4'/4-foot' alligator lowing this, the Shufflers served women of the club The sandwiches l): when ho will speak >i
North-South with 1301/2 slons Tom Braden summerdlr
,
players the subject, "UMIllSmall, Voiceof
dogpaddled Into view doughnuts and coffee and cakes Iced tea and cof- Tony Curtis Recommends
points, followed by the team of and and ector at the Center, has announc got Act iii."
women children ran fee
ed. acquainted with their visitors. were welcomed by the hungry -
Mrs. Joyce Tenney and Miss shrieking from the surf At the evening worship ,>n-!
Children will come at the usual dancers. Yellow Rock candy
A swimmer plunged In then vice at 730! his will
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p.m.\ tapir
9 a.m. starting tlme.Bradensaid, was the dessert.
emerged holding the beast gingerly Children For Middle be "The I'ure In llean."
but will return home for lunch at Television At 12(30 a.m. the Yellow Rock Age
by Its tall and
Jackie Observes one foot. 12 noon. There will be no after dance began, most of the dancers Except (for his chaplaincy dur-
\ A man In swim trunks and World
straw hat stepped from the noon sessions. HOLLYWOOD (AP-A wise attired In pajamas. In order to HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP- keep on his toes all tie time. ing War II, Hever.ndHlce's .

35th Birthday gathering crowd and an. Frenchman once noted that the Join the "Idiot Club". FeaturedIn Tony Curtis' prescrMlon for The trouble Is, you never know ministry has been spci In

|nounced; "That's my alligator." more a thing changes, "the this dance was calling by staying youngi Have children to when:: you're slipping You might the Florida conleirnce ""f ihe

George A. Trellkes 48, of San Castro Hurls more it Is the same thing." It Is Lloyd Hilt, Sarah Lyon,BUlSell, brighten your middle yea ra.. think yolKre going along fine, Methodist Church. Ills recem

Quietly Today i Diego slipped a nylon leash over doubly true of television pro. Marcella Snow, and:! Jim Ted- This might be the enthusiasm and suddenly you wake up one appointments\ include Tarpon
,his pet's neck, boarded a rub. grams. Jim's of a new father) his wife, Chris. morning and find 1 you're In a Springs where the debt was paid
esco.
NEWPORT R.t. (AP-Mre. ber raft and began paddling off New Diatribe Five yeai ago this reporter received calling was well tine Kaufman recently gave television series' and the church dedicated during

John F, Kennedy today ob. to( sea, the alligator paddling made his first trip to the film when he was In Naples birth to their first child, a It will never happen to him, his nllnlst rYe lie also served
serves her first blrthdaj since j capital for a last winter, and he drove down daughter. vowed AS noon as/ lift lie
I faithfully behind.Lifeguards pre-season Inspec Tony churches In bustls, :lIver i aim!
her husband was assassinated later cited Trellkesfor Against U.S. tlon of the fall programs, from Missouri for the dance,arriving Look at her!" exclaimed tecte the, firxl signs of slippage of llontewead and
ma
c
"ii'plea
Un Dallas last Nov. 22. The for. 1< having an animal on a city There were many, many more about 10(30 p.m., tired Tony. "Have you ever seen'such \he Intendstoqult, from : >
:1ier first lady Is 35 )beach. SANTIAGO, Cuba (AP-FI. Westerns on the schedules. and dusty. Out he changed Into a beautiful' baby? You know tpperson Mt II''''rial,

Mrs. Kennedy 'I planned' Id, del Castro launched a new at. Gene Barry, now one ot televU square dance clothes,and return-' how most babies have wrinkled Church of Jacksonville wherrythe

drive to Newport today from tack at the United States Mon. sion's top cops was the fancy ed to the hall to call one number faces? Look at this one Not a debt has been paid durlr/a

Hyanpls Port, Mass., on Cape Collected $10,000In day night declaring that Cuba vested cane-carrying Bat Mas. which was enthusiastically Ingle wrinkle." Mother Has 14 his ministry, the church dedlc<< ,-

Cod where she has been since will "answer shot for shot' It terson; Richard Boone, the he. applauded. After his burst of paternal ted and ,iddliloual nr"PTI' :o-

early summer 35 Fraudulent "another man Is murdered" by role Paladin; Hugh O'Brlan, The dance pride had simmered down, Tony Babies, All Born cured for c-tpar "i .n.UK .

The Kennedy children, Caro. Accident Claims U.S. Marines at the Cuantana. Wyatt Earp-.-shows that gave was over at about philosophized about future plans famlh, c." >t ., hit wile

line 6, and John Jr., 4, were mo naval base. every promise of going on for 2:30, but some of the die-hards for his family At Same Hospital and three dau 1'r, ', rirt t:1t.:: a-
brought to Newport from Hyan. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP-A The Cuban prime minister ever talked the police department into "I want to have three or four HOUSTON
Tex (AP) Mrs beth Ie'"' L: and
K'ary ,
nls Port by automobile Monday. Kansas City man has collected held a S'/i-hour news lonfereme "Maverick" sprightly spoof letting! the dance In one of the more children. I want to have /,
Harry W. Weber went home, i I *'
,
Mrs. Kennedy plans to remainat about $10,000 Insurance by de. for 33 American newsmen visiting of the Western was a big hit, cells at the city lock-up, so them keep coming as I get old. from St. Jos-|>h's Hoipltal' Monday Lfthn ,

the 75.acre HammersmithFarm llberately causing more than 35 Cuba at his Invitation and 40 and "Gunsmoke" had struck they could wear "Jail Dlrd"badies. er, and I'll spend all the time I with her 14th child J.i<'nut*
estate of her mother and automobile accidents In four other foreign newsmen who audience gold. "Bonanza" how. can with them. I also will work line.

stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. HughD. years a prosecutor said. came to Santiago for the rele ever, then was fighting a losing Guests Included Jim andGoldye out an arrangement whereby I Mrs Weber's mother Nit i.

Auchtnrloss, until Aug. S, Joseph Lewis Appleby 40, bratlon of his ZCtti of July revolutionary Melsen.ratlng battle with "Per.ry Tedesco Manchester can have my other two daugh. Parker A. Talley, a Mo had H
when she Is scheduled to leave pleaded guilty In Circuit Court movement. Mason" on Saturday nights. Mo.j Joe tore (by Janet Leigh) for two or children All of them were horn'

for a trip to Europe.| Monday to a grand Jury Indict, Castro again rejected, the U.S. The private eyes and the gen. and Marie Murphy, Fort Myers, three month of the year ami at St. Joseph', loo Golden Gate

Beyond the announcementthat ment of collecting on a false In. denial of his charge that U.S. tlemen adventurers were all Ed and Ella Nickel, Deerfleld maybe take them to Europe. ) "One dlfferen, though

the former first lady would jury claim. Marines killed a Cuban sentryat over the networks: "Peter Peach, and, from Miami and with me. Mrs. W.IK'r. 3C, said. 'I've hail

spend her birthday with the Donald L. Mason assistant the Guantanamo border two Gunn," with Craig Stevens play. vicinity, Fred and Pat Alden, "What a great way to stay mine faster. We \both hail out.

children and her mother, there prosecutor, said the state had 42 weeks ago."What Ing television's first truly Frank and Margaret tunas, Alex youngl If you're with your rhll. first child when we were 20( and

was no word of family plans witnesses ready to testify that Is Important/ Is that we custom tailored sophisticated Cann, John and Gray Barclay, dren a great deal, play with she was 43 when, she hJ'l! her

Mrs. Kennedy began a year of Driving an old car, Appleby believe and know that this hap. sleuth Jack and Edna Copeland Willie them, learn with them, their Nth.

mourning after the assisslna. would sUm on the brakes sud. pened. and the Soviet Union also Craig Stevens will be bark May De Loach, Don and Rose youth Is bound to rub off on

tlon. Most of her time since then denly so that his car was know It," Castro said. In a couple of months playingan Desna mats,Bill and Helen Diana, you."

has been spent answering the rammed from the rear by a "If another of our men is adventure-prone custom-tail Edna Mae Hamilton, Charles and This may come a* a surprise Divorce Plaintiff

thousands of messages that truck Then he would tell the In. murdered we will not have an. ored, sophisticated press agent Lee Kadln Brownie and to those parents who cay their Home
Told To Go
poured in and aiding the driveto surance adjuster his neck and other alternative but to answer In CDS' "Mr. Broadway" a Mary children ar. puihlng them Into ,

raise $10 million for the Ken. back hurt and he was going to shot for shot lnd(>|ien,
nedy Memorial Library near see a doctor. lie usually settled what the American government The Western five years ago Bernice McArthur Louise Nor hive a point And, unlike some r*

Harvard University) for about $100 or $200 cash. believes or not. was undisputed king of televl. rls, Larry and Eve Nuckols, film stars, he does not appear to i, NEWWARK, N.J. (AP) -When s L

> "The Soviet Union know II slon, but the situation comedy Woodrow and Dorothy Phillips, be overly concerned about- en.i Judge William A. ConiMxIliio _

we are forced to take measureswe was the vigorous crown prince. Roger Putzler, Carl and June i I"reaching age, call for order In his E'',ox

would not be looking for There was "Angel," a short Walden, Garth and Doris Wise, In fart, he la the only star I: County courtroom he alo

war lived reverse switch on "I Love Janet YateS, Jim and Edna retail who not only: figures his, means orderly lI[ipi'aranr.,

Castro made clear that he Lucy" "The Ann Southern Yoder, and Walter Zimmerman. a(. accurately, but In halves. When a fifty-lilt woman "trar. FREE

would not give up his ties with,,Show," "The Tab Hunter "Hlght now I'm J8'/4' he remarked. Ing yellow slacks appeared au a
Show "The Tom Ewell Show "At that most witness In divorce
the Soviet Union to Improve relations BEDELL TO CALL age men a procpmllr
with the United State, "Pete and Gladys," and "Den. Next the have completed their bmlllA Monday, the Judge refuted to |I' GASOLINE
"The United States tries to nls the Menace." Saturday Shufflers I'm lucky to have a wife who Is her testify until she was more

maintain a cold war with us and I Some like "Bachelor Fa. will have Frank Bedell, of Mlra- young enough (19) to go on hay suitably attired TRADING STAMPS

, I at the same time wants to Im,.ther" "The Real McCoys" and mar, for their caller. Bedell log thlldren until I'm an old Connodlne told the womar

prove relations with the Soviet "Ooble Clllls," stayed around expects to bring some of his dan- man." _"It la nol my personal dignlt) FLORIDA ORANGESIII

Union" he said. for several years before explr. cars with! him, traveling in a He didn't say whether Chris. you affront, but the dignity of

"That objective will not be arcompllshed. Ing of general doblllt) Others, chartered bus. If his plans materialize tine has been consulted on this the state of New Jersey,"

Cuba will not tolerate like "The Donna Reed Show" the Shufflers may have matter, HX\ he did report that pill I of a I'ul ",. to
way
the
German
and "Ozzle and Harriett are lass Is delighted
being separated from the their second Yellow Rock dance ifloiii vacation
your pltaurt
still much with Lue "'. with< motherhood
us
Socialist block." very ) STRAW.HAT TO VEARROUPIDbohilis
/ next weekend. without.
Castro dwelt at length however show, minus the two husbands Ton) Curtis Is a fellow who rf-RRY N.Y (\PI incmuni your vacation
just before
returning to Miami budget!, Hut are |eat a tee ol the
doe lot
and under a new title, it around a of theorizing about ,
the chance of A 'h.I. 11 pUinin "
on Improving last Sunday Miss Edna eve nummcr ethel noting lice fifti, and
morning vacation
tue future
and people love Luc as muchas not only for his faml.
relation with the United States.'We Hamilton | 11 bet "m* an jll "'Jf "l 1"""> pntilrgtt that sic
as for
ever. spokeswoman I h but for his carter. He vlewa youriat
have no resentment ion .h..n'. uf the p'puliflls" I
a tolden late lutit
against the American people,'. Two-third of the programs of the visitors, said: we have been i the latter with reality. Even tuns.unofi-Iir.ajesi! h"A I th

he said. ..It would be stupidity five years ago have gone Into hearing of the wonderful dance I)though he appears to be one ot Suburb audience, C FRII ISHlPlGiNcLUDiNG

not to be willing to discus our television's Valhalla-the re-run panics Sunshine Shufflers put i Hollywood's busiest stars he
( sail '
of Thesierinhlesyrh.str AND
-w The "i')f 0 TACKlt
oprr
difference. circuit. Survivors are the strong on, and we hardly believed all w,.makes no predictions about how
,, Jrfik Anderson *mlIUI a FRBH AUTO
'.u there Is willingness a ones-Red Skelton Lawrence heard so we came to find out. 'l long he can last In the business. TOUR
& way .
Thni" pkon, report higi" si (Of MOOtKN" IUGANTNACll '
___ will be found. We want to dls.,Welle Ed Sullivan Bob Hope, \It's all true. You are all so "The 'ompetttion it terrific. tiKinie lickel. sales ruI">, '. *, riONlOA'

cuss, but are not In any' hurry,the best of the panel shows friendly. 1 had a marveloustime Its amazing that telev.alon. hou.. II rile HoM sf."D..,"I Iulk" a PRBK PRIVATE
hasn't
and we art prepared not to have Looking backward It now appears already kmxke'J' off the ,.
and I'll be back next week movie. But and! "The Boy I tiSriu ," PLANE RIDE
I 19(0
that the television teltvuion Isn't the
.
diplomatic and commercial rrlatton . .., OVC*
when Frank Bedell calls only > T'mini 1'1",1.I iof | NAnCt AND
season hardly ol the ompetltor.
with the United State was one We've got to OOLDCN, GAUl
,' ,
i i \Ht A.' h"
light prl."U'
for the next 20 tear.' Industry's memorable vintage everything else for the en.
--- --- years But except for a switchof Urtalnment dollar, from base it,niKfd seller '(*'t\-\ .' I I' '

I emphasis and titles, It really ball to bowlIng 1'1..shc.usr<< n 20 n.,ilrs I tit i 0

/ Nichols doesn't seem to be much differ i. iTis1 "Tfut means an actor has to t I' one 'iuk 'STOP A .. -

ext from the menu offered now
for September' feast of new YELLQW
t -- ____ Ermon B. Nichols 64, died

/ Saturday miami TraU.A at .his home, 4651 Taprograms.A WHY RISK 'EM ? SUMMER PermanentVa'e SPECIAL AND BLUE


native of Butternut, Msc., ', ie iliad i is fun :t.'> p'' rp
he had formerly lived in For for I Unch b.caustOU in t FOR DETAILS !
Myers and Bonlta Springs before and chuoi (from whit't a, a'-' I CALL HOW FOR MST... : ShampooFinger
J able) to Mid to it. Here are ou|' EXPERT SERVICE I _.ll1JJI ES Wave
about six '
to
-.. .. or- --- moving Naples
...uuns: cooked ihrifnp .mil h..n. I Life Tex Treatment
I weeks ago where he was employed CULF AMERICAN
NEA Td photo cooked sreen pee. and 5TCcr.
/ NORISKCHEMIOU
at the Chevrolet I
Ingram
beam; celery and green onion, I AIJ STYLIST Complete $12.50
SCOUTS SEE PRESIDENT .Stein Cox, 15. of Fredericks- Garage. Ton the cold cooked rite with,, HDCORPORATIOHDuplicate

burg. Texas, stands with President Johnson after presenting Funeral arrangements arepending the addition >.u choose plu *n CO. Ml 2.5437"W Ml 6227

him with a neckerchief at the Boy Scout Jamboree, Valley at the Richard A. Pin- oit-tnd-vinegar dreitmi.; serve < MONTH" CUANANTr' I IMI. Gene NAPLES 9MO-f-IN ClNTININ ,

Forge. Pa The Presidenfi visit marked the close of the man Funeral Home, awaiting| on eri sp salad sreen nd garniih 2-4148 t I "' .. piNe CCNTfM IN 'IHI MOONINa

encampment. word from relatives. with tomato. ......-






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ZI4t orJert Sly Digs at Red Boo-boos


lea Amuse Those Under YokeBY


TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1964 RAY CROMLEY
Washington Correspondent

Just What Is The Answer? .Y Newspaper Enterprise Atin.


County Judge Richard M. Stanley's to be on record in the juvenile court. Europe jabGunmercifully atYthesCommunisteroot) ofaltocijj I

thoughts on the causes of juvenile de. Could such a system work in Florida trouble.

linquency, which appeared in the Sun. A resolution designed for legislative consideration Especially hard-hitting are the East German stories:

day Issue of The News, should give Collier to remove the shield that surrounds PRESIDENT JOHNSON, Lord Home and Khrushchev are

County parents food for thought. the juvenile court has been ap driving to a summit conference when they see the devil hot

Judge Stanley contends that parents proved by 90 Florida police chiefs. on their trail. To placate him. Johnson throws out five flOo
counts them throws
them them
notes. The devil picks up
contribute to (Juvenile delinquency by A juvenile judge in Santa Ana, California away contemptuously and continues after the car.

condoning drinking by their children and says, "too many kids are loafing," "Not enough" Home says and throws the devil 10,000

by "letting their kids run loose, particularly and blames that fact for a good percentage pounds in notes. The devil stops, counts the notes, throws

at extremely late hours, when the of juvenile delinquency In that area. them At last away Khrushchev and hurries takes after an the old car.envelope from his pocket

parents have no idea where the children / The Georgia legislature recently scribbles something on it and throws it from the car The

are, who they're with, or what armed that state's school teachers with I/OFFA/ devil picks it up, reads it, blanches, swings around and teats

they're doing It will ba difficult for authority to paddle their way out of a w LEADER oft"However in the opposite did you direction.do it, NikltaT" the Westerner ask.

any thinking person to disagree with the classroom disciplinary situation when the /" Of THE' "Simple," Khrushchev replies. "I Just wrote 'In two minutes

judge on that point need arises within the realm of reason WORLD STRONGEST we shall be entering the territory of the' German Democratic:
Republic (Communist East Germany).
Other judges have recently expressed and discretion, of course. UNION

interesting thoughts on the This variation of thinking on the WHEN ULBRICIIT (East German Red boss) died he
knocked at heaven's gate.
cause, or cure, of juvenile delinquency.Some cause, and cure, of juvenile delinquencyseems "What are you doing here?" St. Peter asked. "You belong I

of the suggested methods may to indicate that the exact answer i,' .. down below"
.
seem harsh but become lessso A few days later three devils knocked and told St. Peter'We :
quite they to the problem has not yet been found. I\t,,;:. are the first refugees
'
when one considers that the Depart. A combination of all the above
sug- .' it. ;v.f In Poland. In Warsawit's
Isn't
ment of Justice that PARTY MEMBERSHIP popular
recently reported gestions might go a long way toward :} .;t ': .? whispered that a Communist Party member who recruitsa
serious crime in the United States registered solving the problem. '-: candidate for the party will have the right to tell political

a 10 per cent increase in volumain It has been our experience that the ; ; lakes. If he can rope In two candidates, he may resign from
Anyone who recruits three candidates will receivea
1963
1962
1963
over During arrests Montana of
judge's system allowing publicity certificate saying he has never been a party member.

of young persons under 18 years in juvenile cases is an effective de. _'::. ,'.. ,
TilE COLLECTIVES hated perhaps more than
are any.
of for criminal
soared
age acts 11 percent terrent, The young offender himself may thing else the Reds have tried. In Hungary that in

It was the fifteenth consecutiveyear glory in the publicity, but the parents do /IkJI1JJII(!:/ w+r rf "w a certain Red bloc country the Council of Ministers met to

to register an increase. It Is not not and that is where the initiativefor discuss current business. The minister of agriculture was ( I

a problem to be taken lightly or ignored effective use of a hickory stick is .. E':.._ ...,.... very broken depressed down. Manpower Harvest prospects was scarce were on the poor.collective Tractors farms.had ,

I generated. Parents seem to care very < <> In short, there was no end to the difficulties.A .
Juvenile delinquency is drastically declining little if their offspring is brought Into colleague tried to encourage him. "Cheer up. All these r
difficulties are temporary There it no doubt communism
in Montana Why? That staa court if nobody knows about It. But E s will triumph in the end and spread worldwide."

scrapped its juvenile courts two years if the case is reported in the paper, the The World Today T The minister flung up his hands and whispered: "For
insisting dealing with all law wrath heaven's sake, man, don't say things like that. Where wouldwe
ago, upon of the parents Is Immediately felt By JAMES MARLOWE o TbT E import our grain from?"

offenders, regardless of age, in open by the editor and staff through phone sskclottd Prsss News Analyst I D
) OM STRATEGISTS IN the Kremlin "We
were plotting war.
Their addresses
court names crimes
calls letters
or personal visits. A shamed
could send 10 men to the United States with atom bombs in
and names of parents are reported fullyin parent Is apt to do something about the WASHINGTON (APFromthe water flings them. -- suitcases," suggested the leader "One could go to New

the newspapers. The resultant pub source of his discomfort, which is the way President Johnson and And If Goldwater won't, his York, another to Detroit . ."
licity has a deterrent to Sen. Barry Goldwater have running mate for the vice presi INDUSTRY NOT GUILTY "No," interrupted a comrade, "we couldn't do that."
proven genuine errant youngster been talking, you can get dency Rep William E. Miller Editor, Collier County News: "Why not? We have plenty of atom bombs."
crime. Juvenile felony cases are down We do not lay claim to being an the Impression the presidential of New York, probably will Page four of your Issue of July "Yes, but where are we going to get the 10 suitcases?"

49%, traffic cases 75 expert on juvenile behaviour but from campaign Is going to be on a since Miller has been describedas 22 contains a cartoon titled, -- ---...-- -
The Montana judge who Introducedthe high plane, more or less. But a gut fighter, a "wiry roost. "Man's Inhumanity To Man," on ed in the interest of self-de.
personal' experience we can certify thata this may not last long; since er" with "nothing namby-pajn. the subject of pollution. It gives tense."
"treatment like adults" practice says: good paddling administered in the neither man can predict or con. by about him." the Impression that all air and The General Accounting Of.
"The system Is effective because we lecture right will do wonders trol the future.Goldwater It can't be forgotten that Gold water pollution comes from In. TODAY INWASHINGTON flee said In a report Monday
offenders and their in spot for a young himself, In the water said one of the main is. dustry, with the Implied Inference that the parking lot isn't essen.
parents open man who has seen fit to err. midst of laying he would not sues In the campaign Is the that Industry Is doing nothing! tlal at all and that the classlfl.
court, so their cases can be fully reported Other than that, we are as concerned make any personal attack on "scandal hanging over the about It. cation is merely a screen used
It passes responsibility on to the Johnson and would campaign White House Somebody not As one who worked in this field to build the lot without congres.
as anyone else that an answer solely on the Issues, told a news Goldwater, Is going to have to over a period of years, I can i sional approval.
parents. They can no longer hida behind be found to the ever-increasing problemof conference "Oh, I think you'Unnd talk about it, since he called It assure you that such 1s not the WASHINGTON (AP-Cnder. The GAO also died such projects
the anonymous charges which used juvenile delinquency. some brickbats flying an issue. case. After year of falsely ao, secretary of State George W. as a golf course, a riding
around all over the place." If a guess had to be made,, cusing Industry for the famous Ball predicts continuity of cur. stable and a pet hospital as it
And Johnson Is apparently this seems the likely one: this Is smog, Los Angeles County final, rent UjS. foreign policy after accused the Air Force of using
prepared for anything that hap.pens going to be rougher than any ly concluded what was obvious the November presidential elec. funds to build projects without

others while so far being bland campaign In memory If only because from the start that the smog! tion."The congressional approval and de.
say ITEMS CLIPPED. FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSt about It all, for he told a news the intensity of feeling came from the fumes emittedby American people are sat. manded that the Air Force discipline .
conference "Most campaigns among Americans themselves the exhausts of automobiles. Isfied with the broad lines" of the Individuals responsi.
are rough campaigns and I'm seems sodeep. The cause of water pollutionhas that policy, Ball said Monday ble.The
an old campaigner. I've been at also been misrepresentedto night In a radio Interview taped Air Force said "some of
It 30 years." There was hardly deep feeling the public. In the state of Ohio for the Westinghouse Broadcast. the' problems disclosed by the .
a This gives him more than among voters over the 1960 race 90 per cent of the water poilu. ing Co. audit report appear to have re...
.1 t twice the campaign experience between Sen. John F. Kennedyand tlon comes from farms and public He added that they "will see suited primarily from unintended
11 1 y of Goldwater because he was In Vice President Richard M. works such as road building, to to it that this same policy con. interpretations of directivesand
-' Congress more than twice as Nixon They weren't so far say nothing of municipalities tinues to be followed and. .they regulations in effect at the
# long.He apart in their views. It was a 'themselves who have Inadequatesewer will make this intention known time the work was accom.
never batted an eye-tn personality contest. systems. next November at the polls" pllshed."
t' r public, that li- charge that he is a "faker" anda division-which Is what Gold. dollars determining the causes of gressional watchdog agency has struction directives and believes
"phony" and seemed to be water said he wanted to provide pollution and doing what It takesto challenged the Air Force's des. this will solve the problem
trying to brush aside any anyway between American i minimize It. ignatlon of the parking lot next WASHINGTON (AP) The
thought he might retaliate In conservatives and those of more Elliott B. McConnell to the officers swimming pool at Welfare Department reports
kind. liberal views and between those Naples, Fla. Andrews Air Force Base, Md., that 112 countries have social
lie said of his 30 years of who are against big government as "essential and urgently need. security programs rise of
campaigning; "One of the first and those who consider it a ne. nine since 1961.
;Y things I learned--at least, as far cesslty In the middle of the 20th
::: as I'm concerned-the peopleare Century.
not much Interested in my The lines have already hardened .
personal opinion of my oppo. on both sides and If any. CAPmJBv I
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nent. one doubts It all he has to do

/ got tired of being asked how he could tee I make"The their American Judgments people on will the is listen talk to to the a dozen Intensity people of their and AP IRVING DESFORgHI ... .., "JLL..II
NewtfeoturetOR
very statements that he may feelings #
-TM N.tloat ObMmr make from time toUm.." There was no such Intensity {" SOMr:: Yl.ARS there LjJ1

There are plenty of other before or even during the two hUG been a gradual evulu( ,

law successful curbon Democrats around to fling campaigns between Gen. lion in showmanship for
Open-court brickbats If Johnson won't although .
Dwight D, Eisenhower and home slide protection. Pro
I It remains to be seen 11 Adlai E, Stevenson.
he won't, particularly If Gold. fcsiioniil techniques lining
Montana's offendersBEFORE . .. twin screens or two project usI
.. .'" ... ..
young '.';>.<".''''.'' ''''. r:.: > '.1 ,. ., '.s'..,1: have been demonstrated by i >1or
. '" '.
: : ,, ) 1- ...,\, slide1 expert cm lecture tours ir i
JUVENILE Judge Lester H "Ices than a frolic for juvenile offenders ..CHAP ALLOW around the country. They show

of Helena. Mont. defendant and their patent If nobody gets off ,.' 'I I ' ,II.; :SIEVE I LEAVE how subject matter, humor.
between the age of 1 12 i.nd 17 are triedin cay. if the mantle of secrecy is removed CATnIP LCVCL drama!:a: and mood picture" elln
open court for all aerie( offender the incentive to abide by the he combined and timed to inli
ACROSS 28, I' ohll I T A D 2 P E r. N D
and for any felony offense that would law' Incomecry strong indeed: l. ,sin spectators rverywhcrt ,
1. Open hoi 11011.111 PIP O. SIG I N. . t
be punishable by imprisonment In II i Judge: Loble doe not believe thatjuvenile lllit A home slide how need not I
) 30, Artlflcidt! ERE CT. T R A V E L he dull or morotonoui. It can he _
penitentiary if the offender w'r1111 offender are nek. have no 4, Survey language R E L A I D. 0 P f. R A spued with Home of these pr<
adult. five Mill me made worse by punishment 7.. Fabrlca 31. txlil: .. S NOW. ERA T frssional! techniques depending
Reporter. are present. and detailed are gravely damaged by pub- lions 3:;. Submli A P f. G N AT. V S E 'in the amount( effort an amateur
stories appear in the pl'tu. Most dofendanti licliv. and cant choose between right 1IIn vogue 34. Hastened3t C A v I L. S ELL ER photographer expend in pr
found guilty of serious crime. and wrong!! unloo I a psychiatrist guide 11 hare Pay ones >fined. More rt- I RON f. T R lED. paring editing andpacmghis " s ."w.-

arc committed to the state training them 14 (;.arbed 3H Hre.id D REA P. t. N 0 5. ardor slides vr
school. Those who use violence In the On the contrary, he believes emphntlcallj U.l Duplicate spread Probably the No. 1 requirement
commission of their crimes are commit that responsibilityshould be 1?. Societv' bud 40, :\"II.lIltt SOLUTION OF SATURDAY PUZZLE is the ability to eliminate

ted without exception. fixed on the wrongdoer: and on the 18. Irish i.&kt 41% \dvenarv.' DOWN: *. :\onsensl4J rault> or repetitious pictui, '
Doe. this stern treatment get results* parent who fhould hue guided him 20. "Portugal: rar 1 Tret'net( cal The audience will never miss a
picture' it does not see but It ail,I .
In the 18 months after adoption ofMontana' Thi I where the value of publicity abbr. 46. Tuber :i, lllv' !9 Open
wince at a bad fUllY
exposure or
21 (I'edeiirlan 48 Backbone. J. Hare thrived chi
open-court law (which was come In Million of people in thin focus or photo thai ..
any requiresan .. .. .
i sereSi.. Dclcdted 4. !I'atlern tin .1o=""!foot> ";A*",':'irr"',"'" _- t;'
pushed to enactment largely through country apparently have little or no lont' apology
10 Collection
5. Clattifleti : ilL \10R
parties a
priceless; in
Loble' effort In tense of obligation to uphold the law \t this device ingredient any group of photos,
Judge felony cases 23 More recent 51. Sal noliie5t U: (I'lne Trey point a has
his court decreased bv 49 pciccnt and but can be flightened into obeying it Kraut Hani., 6 Iluiu-v SMIC ahbrIb just been introduced for slide packs an ex Ira punch in a home slide show, To get more
traffic cases be 73 percent, if the know' their Iransg.eesion. l b to 26 I'aueln inn hero huiarjJ4 Slippery projectionists that accomplishes humorous picturei you can re-enact funny situations if
The certainly of punUhment. phi become public knowledgeOnmli.i 'Love i I'rurto 7 Hippie 14 Interpret the professional motion picture they are not taught when they first occur. Here's a

lull publlcit.make.. crime something U'oldIirratdThose Labor Lost" i). (;.r long t: axalnsl :22 J4 Oxford I Marubeni dissolve scene into technique the next.or Called fading one the scene that tan: be duplicated at a beach or in the home

l.s. Kodak Carousel Dissolve Control neighborhood It will gel a chuckle whether shot
r Sun mor'sinstrument spon-
l l f / 4 1 a s I'
I late with / c// unit, it is used in conjunction taneoully l or if carefully posed. This h part of a

news "/ '//1'. '" Jn \\orker. with' one screen and two Carousel 'LightHearted Camera" photo exhibit at the Kodak
// 17 IiMusplclou projectors. This means slide
Pavilion of the Nell York VlnrM', F.r.
TIlE EARLY BIRD pets the worm continuing until the following Wetlne- ,4 :/ IS I. show of 160 pictures can be made - - --..
and the news ipacv J9. I'eatantulludu aithoutchsngingtrays unce each time, the brat lamp gradually popular Carousel 550 model. But
day.We constantly in need of j 7 YoI' "r 10 one uses an 80-alide< tray dims end the first image fade the weight of each projector hat
.. Every newspaper has the problem are good 33. I iirulv Scene can br! changed. fast from the screen: Chili the lamp been cut six pounds from II
of allotting editorial pace Compounding local news for the first page in production V // I"r II / 2f 14 a child; as once every second or an interval i I' out in the first projector, the to 12 pounds and the bodies
the problem i II the local preponderance Yet when the last pages are rs 11 If 3S I Law enlorceri timer will change the piclures slide it changed and the process have been streamlined and cut
of organized activities searching being completed] we have far more rJle ; N automatically at selected it ready to b. repeated down about one-third.

for some of that ipace. new. than ipace. 1/ oJ1 JJ Jf JS i, Surplice intervals or a remote control The new control unit may also The Carousel 630 is an
Result, quite often the organized activity / W .14 (;otton cord permits the projeunnist" to b. used with a Carousel I Programmer economy-pricedpush-button manual
In recent week we have been forced is loft in the shuffle. J..J, '0 ,,, II '-/j. thread change whenever he w .."h"sIn which places "\rip model. The 700 has remote
to eliminate some of theM activities 11 I'rolxiKli here's how signals" on audio to
Committee chairmen and publicity operation the tape control for forward and reverse
from photo coverage and the printed chairmen could do far worse than con- 4. 0.' 4r 0 41 44 44. 44 force Milltur) i ntrol unit' works: Roth pro- synchrunitt tape recording with slide changing and a high-low
word coverage, because they got here leI.r.! an f iu"ed on the same a slide presentation. lamp switch The Carousel 800
tact with Information
u* the basic a* .7 '// 40 of'j 45 Jap dui|
too late. JKJ on one The Inlldcnlallylhru new.m.lItr.
rage ".reen.
,//.. Taro features remote focusing as well
loon a* they know the date for a project 4h pane
Production flow In this newspaper or other activity. .II) ,, ..11 i "F 47 Inquire 1 Ui'1\r,of me projector i* projecting lighter and quieter projectors and an Interval timer for automatic
untie i>n the iireen AfUri hair been added to the Carousel
require that page be completed In Because, the "oily bold get. thewoim" 4" Jumbled projection at various intervals.
fJ ,H S5 i iUiuJ! line' the lamp ,if the iicniK" They retain the same Models 700 and I00 also have a
a regular schedule, starting on Thursday )ford set."ij iradualUhi 80-slidc,
JJ of proiect01 uvular tray the hat lamp circuit: receptacle for ue
of the week before publication and Coolidge (ArIa.) Exsmlner far lime, 26 "mm a _.01..".'" huke r 'lI h'. ". i I?. super 'I..sf us p.".. I r" wumning'[ and the jam-. with the new Dissolve Control
rune h the screent .Ihe. same prout gravitx feed 1\stem of the unit.Ntnt .



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Beauty Pageant TonightMIAMI Rugged Day In City Court 49 Cases!


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far the 1964 BEACH Mlsi Universe((1 P) Th Pig w i Miss Swann withdrew- she said, Five persons were convicted $50: : fine in lieu of having his dri tence for alloul 1 ,h \lilUff,1111\ \ \, i ,.-
to get married
cant !I. a pacesetter Miss i Pretty Englloh.apMklng MiMI of driving while Intoxicated In ver's license suspended for >0 land person to drive.

France tainted at a cocktail I India Meher Mlstry of Born. Municipal Court Monday as 40 days The defendant was charged
party Miss Chile lost six( bay, Is "getting so American. cases were called In a record with going 70 miles an hour I in a NO LICC\oh; :

pounds Miss Scotland eloped; iced they'll tease me when I go breaking session lasting nearly 45 zone. Herbert Long acre, a, "r.l'i ''

and Miss Malaysia dined with home." But she's shared her four hours. Reed Patrick Thomas 31, of Fifth Avenue Sou-h, md< ("u ell

a prime minister.To country as well. Judge Thomas Brown levied 2838 Pine, paid $25 fine for Cent Webb 35, of kfit: t i-irl.l"' ; !

top It off. everyone sane Meher wrapped Miss Jama fines and forfeited bonds .... speeding. On similar charges ion, each paid (in for r irvi, >;

happy birthday" Monday to ca, Beverly Rerrle, In a sari for Ing up to a grand total of $1.... Joe C. Smith, 26, of 900 Coconut no validdrlver's license ,' i 1'1 i,

Miss Turkey. Her birthday lint last night's cocktail party. Im. The great number of cup wu circle West, paid $20. and Lee Powell 11. Naples r<" 'I .
until October. pressed Miss British Guiana, i due in the ed a ,
part\ to leer that thl two defendants were fined $10. suspended sentence! '
Miss Norway, Mitt Sweden, Mary Randeholl said ''I think W.I i the first City Court seoston They were Orville Burnal Shepard. similar charge, and< ." i
and Miss England are I'll buy one too. I haven't want. .
chomp. In three weeks, of 743 Thomas M. Bralcn4, i ,
Nol'tIItDy..y 28. Ninth Street
Ing at the bits ta: see some Ml..ed to before coming here but
are held every other Monday. South and Roberta A fsl1ure-to-appear CliJI
ami nightlife and Miss India now I think they're very Joy Homer
can't wait 'til 6 a.m., to watch pretty." Marie R. Salters. 38. River 17, North Naples. against. the latter was
the Image on her television. India's Influence spread to Park Apts.. was found guiltyof James Paul Gary Jr., 17, McDonald 1 ynne I \ intol" t \ ', i I. ,

It Is, as pageant director Phil Miss Ohio, blonde Gall Krlelow LAND fAnK on Marco Island since shortly aft"'r the turn of the driving while Intoxicated, tier yua; rte rs,was fined a totalof wu found not gnlliy ol 1 h'Vll, '

lip Bottfeld put It, "a remark. of Columbus, who said "I'll get century, the famous G&G :Mercantile Co., has closed its doors and driver's license was suspendedfor $50 for running a stops n, valid license

able collection of girls" He saidIt one too." We can be wrapped to. will give way to a new development on the island. See story the minimum period of three having! inadequate crakes, and no Edward (Hamll'onUelJ< I, ,*
with a smile.Together gather months and she was fined 135 valid driver's license Charles pies was sentenced to i I' Ii! 1

the 100 shapely fe. Like most girls, beauty, (NEWS photo) or 30 days. Sentence was suspended Wesley McKlnnle Jr., 18, 1m- in jail for petty larcei) ", ,je

males run through a rehearsal creta have been. traded, and on a charge of driving mokalee. paid $10 for running Hampton Thompson' Jr., i'l1ltcvllle t b
schedule that American made
cosmetics
chorus girl.Fifteen might fell a shared and borrowed. a car with unsafe equipment.Four a stop sign. Suspended snot \\ ,N.c.. paid$1:> "ir :'i,.;-

semlflnallsts for the Miss Israel, Ronlt Rlnat, Old Landmark Gives defendants entered guilty fences were given to William turhini-:; the pcice.' I 1\, _,sVvilllanibi
I Miss USA title will be chosen "hates lipstick," but Is wearing pleas to DWI charges. Cecil D. Theodore Fenwlck 53, Botilta '.'I i,, Hlver I ark .,

tonight and Miss USA will be it lightly for pageant appear. Sherman 25, Naples was fined Springs who made an improperturn paid $ir> IT, public PI"d' i r ,

crowned Wednesday. Miss Unl. ances. Miss Japan Chlzuko $125 and had his license suspend. and Laura B. Capelle 17, fencli warrants, were ,,r,e. I

verse preliminaries are Thurs Matsmoto Is "happy with my ed six months afle r pleading gull. Naples who drove a car with for Juliii LowK I'rict i of a*

day and the crowning- Saturday. new eye makeup," complimentsof ty to DWI no valid driver's improper plates. Belle, ,indJam- ( KdcMc'),

Officially Friday is a lazy "a friend." Way To license, and Improper plates.Willam Seven defendants appeared on of Fort' Kf)ers, t'r uh '

day. Unofficially, It might be Many including Klrlakl Tso. ProgressBY Clinton Beckham: 62. no valid driver's license char with a moving! tialiir' vlt" i i.t

chaos. That's the first day doc. pel of Greece and Myrna Pan. of 1512 14ih Avenue North was ges. Johnnie Lee Johnson 23, SU pr'r.ons l<>rrclr. ,i

tors figure contestants who lllo of the Philippines, have fined $100 for DWI. and his Tampa was fined $Iii for no bonds. 111,'y' were Vcn "r r i ,.
In contact with changed hair .
came Rica last week may Miss break Costa out' interested styles.More in nightlife SAM ENGLANDThe in 1960, which swept four feet was stocked to care for you license was suspended for six valid license and $50 for resisting aId Sllee.lc) of I-on I mJc I ''ile,

with her aliment-measles. than hairstyles are a few, In. last chapter in the long of water through the building needs. If you tired of fishing months by the Judge. Sentencewas arrest without violence. ran stopst nlIaC'l yllunI"' i i I.

Doctors are kept on the run, eluding S.foot.10 reddish, .brown history of the G & G MercantileCo. For the last 32 years it has there was a well stocked section suspended on a charge of Hobby James Burton, 19, McDonald roe Jr. Naplescircles, ,riliiX .

hotel.hopping between contest. haired Siv Marta berg of ., on Marco Island has been been a dispenser of good cheer offering books and maga leaving the scene of an accident. Barters, paid $lo forhavtngno Stephen George Melt,'Ire >f

I ants. Most, as did Edith Noel of Sweden, an overpowering 40.25. written Its doors have closed and all kinds of merchandise for sites George William Nipper. 46. driver's license Willie Leo Fort Myers speeding; sat: xs

)I Paris, suffer mainly from fa. 39. and the famous old landmark will islanders and visitors under the I One never knew who the next of 2696 Francis was fined $75 Carter, 24, of 567 13th Street Howard< Smith Jr. ot 1 Marl I ;L .

tlgue and skipping meals. "We're In Jail, a cell," she give way for a new develop. management of Mr.and Mrs.ReA.G customer might be. For Instance for driving while Intoxicated,and North received a suspended sen- vllle Va., speeding:; William H.

, Some, like Patricia Herreraof says of chaperoned pageant ac. ment. ( some 12 or 15 years ago. Colonel his driving privilege was suspended Vooihev of Ilackcttiiiiwn." NJ_

Chile, claim they wolf down tivities. "We're robots. Robots Its origin dates back to about R.A. Grlffis or "Grits" as and Mrs.Charles Lindbergh for a year. Also suspended failure 10 yield;andllruee I;,oug:

three meals a day and still are need gas. They've" forgotten to 1907 when construction was his friends know him, said he stopped in for supplies. Many for a year was the license Mobsters' las t gayle of Naples violating
"I've lost give us the Says
hungry. six pounds gas. started by w.o. "BllIy" Collier.It came to Marco on a vacation Other notables dropped by. of Marvin Tommle Johnson 40, driver's license restrictions
And of
this
and I'm
eating everything I one fatherly pag.
can
find" eant official says "The girls went up as "Number 3 Man more, than 30 years ago and Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, while Naples, who also was orderedto Four cases were continued

Miss Australia, Rh Luyben.of Just don't understand our post hattan Mercantile Co." One had never left the island. He wentto operating the G & G, took time pay $125 fine for DWI. Threats Help Charles Robert Holt ol Naples

Melbourne,, aays "I've been tion...' been built In Everglades and another work in the Marco store and out from their business to serveas charged with speeding continued

doing nothing but eating. Still I at Caxambas. later teamed up in marriage with county officials. "G rlts" LESS-SPEEDING Drug TrafficWASHINGTON to August 31)) John ally\ "toe of

haven't gained." Angela Filmer, The Marco store survived the Miss Elva Lee Barfleld continuing was acoumycummlssionerfrom Eight drivers faced careless- Naples fraudulently operatingcoin

Miss Malaysia, watches how WEATHER winds of the 1910 hurricane, and the operation as theG &G 1943 to 1957 and Mrs. Grlffis driving charges and another five (AP>-Fe
much she eats "at every meal others to follow Including Donna Mercantile Co. served as a memberoftheCoun- answered to speeding citations.Harold narcotics commissioner Ilonry continual two weeks{ Charle

except the one with our prime By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSHlghLow > If you needed a needle... a ty School Board from about 1948to Lewis /lloover.22.of 1124 L Glrodiuio charged today that William i : have r of Naple i,cha rg-:

minister. I was' too busy talk. Pr DEATHS button... a spool of thread it 1964. Ridge Road,originally was charged drug pmldllng mobster hide be ed with 1 i\vl\ continued OC( days]

Ing, I guess/ Albany, cloudy 93 67 was available at G & G Mercantile During the past few weeks with DWI. It was reducedto Mud a loophole' In the federal and Hal|>li Vernon Mead of Lakeland
Wendy Bar r I e, statuesque Albuquerque cloudy 93 69 .88 WASHINGTON (AP) Dr. The hardware department Mr. and Mrs.G rims have movedout careless driving on motion law while using threats of mur. petty larceny and contributing

to Glasgow blonde who flew here Atlanta cloudy 85 70 Thomas H. Carroll, 49, presl.. had saws and hammers and the stock of the G & G by City Attorney David Splngler. dor in efforts to silence witness todelinquencyofndnorcon-
replace Doreen Swann
Miss Scotland as Bismarck, cloudy 84 58 .01 dent of George Washington Unl. stocked the most needed auto and and the doors have been closed /Hoover pleaded guilty to careless es against them. tinued two weeks
Is still In
"gather. versity, died Monday apparent. testimony prepared as a
ing things I forgot In the rush." Boise, cloudy 98 75 ly of a heart attack while vaca. boat Darts.- There were fresh marking the end of an Institution driving and was fined $35. leailoff witness" In a new Senate Durwood Garland :waiter '4),
Boston
Buffalo, cloudy 94 69 Honing with his wife near Blue. meats and a full line of gro which could fill pages of historical The judge also ordered him probe. of the Illicit traffic In nar. East Naples was fined US: for

cloudy clear 90 72 mont, Va.RENIA ceries. Located in a prominentspot nostalgia. They will now to undergo a good physical examination , tile drugs, Giordano said fed. drunkenness and found not guiltyof
Rice Bean Diet Chicago 90 71 .01 in the famous Ten Thou devote their because It suspected law resisting/ without
Cincinnati, cloudy 94 69 Ohio (CAP) James time to the Islander was oral now provides no penalty arrest
Cleveland, clear 91 69 A. Chew, 82, Ohio newspaper[ sand Island fishing area, the Motel which they operate on the that the defendant may for threatening a potential violence. Hamilton Johnson, 33,
Didn't Denver, clear 98 61 publisher died Sunday after a counters of course featured a Island. be diabetic. /Hoover told arrestIng witness In advance of the for Ochopee was sentenced to 14
AppealTo Des Moines cloudy 91 69 lengthy Illness. His newspaper full line of fishing tackle. officer Gary Young he had mat start of Judicial proceed days for drunkenness. Four

Detroit cloudy 95 75 chain Included the Xenla Dally If you had a tummy ache, a drunk several beers and two shotsof legs In which he would< testify others forfeited $r> drunkenne

ShrimpersTAMPA Fairbanks cloudy 80 51 Gazette, Middletown Journal cold, or a headache, or neededa Gary Piipponen whisky. But a blood alcohol The commissioner appealed to bonds. They were Andrew C.
tile Senate
Fort Worth, clear 101 76 Plqua Dally Call and Franklin lotion for skeeter bites, the test taken soon after the arrest Investigations sub. Moore of Fort Myers, Richard
Finishes CourseIn committee to back legislation to
(AP) The Amerl- Helena, clear 92 56 Chronicle. drug department of the G & G showed a reading of .03 which such F. Banks of Naples Elijah McCoy -
SAN Impose severe
FRANCISCO AP-Cor.) penalties on
can crews of nine shrimp boats Honolulu, cloudy 86 73Indianapolis Heavy Weapons is even "below normal." ChiefS. of Fort Myci, and dward;
seized by Honduran authoritieson don G. Dunn, 52, a member of Intimidation tactics: HA also on.
cloudy 90 73
,
charges of poaching three Jacksonville, cloudy 79 74 .11 the 1936 U.S. Olympic team, Caruthers said dorsed a bill by the nulirummlt C. And koof NipU; ,.
weeks ago returned to Tampa Juneau, rain 55 50 .31 died Monday apparently of a Frank Allen Wood. 17, of 2120 tee's chairman Sen. John L. Mr

after paying fines totaling $45,. Kansas City cloudy 87 75 .76 heart attack punn was gradu. Ai' Harbor Lane, had his driver's Clellan, D.Ark., which would Ile.
ZM. 'J, 'I"-" I' . Los Angeles, clear 85 67 ated In 1930 from Stanford Unl. portNotes .. license! suspended f9. 60 days gauze ieloj>'li) >uu wire tapping bj jOLUl-ll: The 20 men'were In good torn Louisville clear l :"r93 72 .02 verslty, went to the Berlin Olym. C lei y ,. beginning wlm'! ifte firsts/if( the police! 1 Iftf'VVJJji.'jUwfl'11., t "., ''" i -5
dltion, but they complained of pica that summer and placed school the fall, after he plead by secret conn' onTor.
Memphis clear 91 75 Tuesday, July 2H, 1961
second In discus competition. Evon without these requested
their three.tlmes-a.day diet of ed guilty to careless driving
88 82
beans and rl'e.Calt. Miami cloudy lie was mayor of Fresno Calif., The license suspension was new laws, Giordano said, his
Milwaukee, cloudy 90 69Mpls.St.F. ,
from 1949 to 1957. worldwide nutwoik of utulorcov
Kellls of Braden.
Brinn In lieu of fine And
., clear 94 70 a $75 15 has
SANTA er Bgoi.ts been making
ton said the group was first New Orleans, cloudy 87 711.12 BARBARA flagedorn Calif. By JOHN E. ZATB days Jail sentence "substantial! In Its
quartered In a military stockade (AP)) Hermann 82, progress"
at Port Trujillo and then New York, clear 89 71 famed poet.btographer and au. It appears that the month of 1 Sandy Lee Campbell,32, Fort: war cm the drug poddllm' under.
transferred to a hotel. Okla. City, cloudy 86 79 thor of "The Roosevelt Familyof July will close well over last Myers was fined $40 for careless ' world, particularly the Iraffli In

All the while, he said, they Omaha clear 90 69 Sagamore Hill," died Mon. year's figures for passengers driving. Fined $35 each on the dangerous narcotic: drug
87 68
were under guard and on the Philadelphia, fog day apparently of a heart at. carried between Naples and MI. similar charges were Mary Burroughs heroin
Phoenix. clear 103 80
beans and rice menu. Eight of tack. ami. Traffic Is up roughly 25 tier 28, Naples, and Edwin However, ho said, there liar
the vessels were from Tampa Pittsburgh Me., clear cloudy 90 88 69Pilnd 69 STAMFORD, Conn. (AP)-Ju.Ha cent over last year,which was Vincent Busceml. 22, of 174 18th, been a disturbing rise In tlio
and the ninth from Fort Myers. Emory, 84, a pioneer law. the first attempt at year.round ., Avenue South. John Charles smuggling of addicting ocalno
Ftlnd Ore., clear 87 56 maker died In scheduled service between the r to the United States front Cuba.
A Sunday a nun.ing
tenth boat Schubert 22 of
escaped boarding Rapid City clear 97 64 .03 I 1123 Mllano
,
home after a lengthy 111. two points. Much of thl.lncrease Giordano pictured man} mob.atera .
parties. 1 was fined $25 for careless driv
87 71 .03
The Richmond rain ness Mrs Emory represented probably can: be attributed to as scared! out of (the heroin
Henderson other captains were Kelly St. Louis, cloudy 93 76 Stamford In the Connecticut the Urge amount of construction: ..IGARYL. ling. I traffic by lough enforcement

Roberts Tampa; Herbert Salt 1k.Cltycloudy99 70 Legislature for six years begin and land development now under and severe laws which make
Stevens Darlen, Ga.; Adonza San Diego cloudy 79 67 nine In 1924.Sandwiched. way In the Naples area. Many of NOT GUILTY prison sentences mandaton and
Darien; Albert Ne. San Fran., cloudy 64 59 the Found not careless forbid for
Smith passengers are business or guilty on parole or probation
Darlen, Mayport; Peter McKlver Seattle clear 80 60 between Iraq construction: men making the driving charges were Timothy! major uffanders.DespiteMull.
, Annlas
; Temple, Fort clear 86 75 .03
j Myers; Cecil Wells, Tampa, and Washington Tampa cloudy 90 75 and Saudi Arabia. Kuwait has round trip in the same day, Stephen Slade 18. of 1779 Third
an area of only 6,000 something that the airline saw Street South and Charles Lee
Everett Love 11, F.rnandina Winnipeg" cloudy 77 56 .35 square fur in
Beach. miles. very little of in the past summer Barley, 18, of 464 Ninth Street comparison a newborn bear
months.
PIIPPONEN I|North. John Alston Flood 20, cub is smaller than a new
Forty-four utilized I
I the service last passengers week with IS Army Pvt. Gary L. Pllpponen, J I of 4971 Ninth Street North paid horn porcupine

; s r l of them carried on last Thurs, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Innl A. -
)a >r day. At one time during the day Pltpponen,636 Wedge dr.Napes!
all three aircraft that are used completed eight weeks of advanced .
on the schedule and charter infantry training with heavy
flights were dispatched to Miamiwith weapons at Fort Polk, La., July
all seats filled. Throughoutthe 25.
,
rest of the week, one air During the training Pllpponen La"
Instruction In the of WANT ROOM TO I
craft was found to be adequatein received use
handling the demand. During the 81 millimeter mortarthe4.2Inch

the same period last year, 32 mortar and the lOG mllll
passengers were carried. Those meter recotlless rifle.

riding Naples.Mlaml last weak lie also received Instructionin SWING YOUR CAT? Join the fun .
included: Mrs. I. Bell and daugh. map reading, land mine war.

ters, Ed Dubane Mr. and Mrs. fare, communications and escape phone
Addison Wood Gen C.E. Jung, and evasion.
Richard Graham and Fred 11111. Pllpponen entered the Army In \
March of this year and received 1 1r North Key Largo
man.Naples Aero.Martne has been basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. !

kept" very busy 100-hour He is a 1960 graduate of Jeffer \
running
Ohio School and was f... a (... .l ,A, .,.t_. t,1eeIt'
High
ui' Inspections on the 172's used on son ( )
the Golden Gate flights and doing employed as a carpenter by the ..,. I.M In PI.! .. "."(. !>. th. dllllncfU telephone

r'2T extensive modification atrans. FB. Schreck Construction Com. *IM.H, tvbtifb ., H.p..., numbe.1 l (he Ocon Rl Inn
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COLLIER OINTY( SEWS Tuesday July 28 1964
s"'?" 11 uat nu'nibers" in,ladhir 6
M r I Ilk, \Iin|'| -. linlurted, lit? theI..II
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1 11 i ?"I \et\nne adjourned, ton
,Uihilv, small Doubleday
I i, II \ here an exhibition game Clay To Fight Liston

: mit' Ii..d I III' major leagues two I
'I'I" I.ist.lire| t".tms. the New Turk

= I tll'Mils, ,ud, the Washington Sena Again Site Undecided

--'' ." ,, I isTlie Senators, who were. 2' ,

TIME OUT for refreshments was called bv this star foursome from ",arm liehlnd In the American
League! pennant race, held off a LOtliUl 1 t., Kt. (AP)-Mlnils j;ir, siul the' target date for
lift : Ira Capellr Dick Vance Jack Winters. and! Tom Abbott. The nlntI'-imilns: rally for a 6.4 vlct<\. he !hit \ 01"" !tl hit u-II.1l1 ,it lie light Is Moi ,in Sept 28,
ter y' young lady seated is Pat Madden who assisted :\11'15.Iae:\ Young at rover the Melt, who trail bj tl' S Ml. I It Illll Duns, I head\ >but' that the tutors have agreed

the refreshment stand 28 games In the National night bovine lampl i Cass, onl\: t III .1 i 'meeting sometime! be.
League us CI.Ih.ls\ signed tot a it-, t tWl'ell Sept. 15:; and Oct 31.
At the start of the formal mate I this: 1.11111th' Soniu Li". asild he would like to
ceremonies, Commissioner Ford ton-4 IB mm he iltthionei! List fight In Louisville, but that Las
Cape Coral Team Walks Off Frick read a telegram from Febi'uanAJhouRn. \eras- and Baltimore also are In

President Johnson. The Preat. : the site and date tie running
ALL PARS ( 2)) on the ninth hole is the reason
dent dald have not l*" n decided, the 22 C'at bit hefty at 226
for the smiles of this fouisome From left
happy "Ma)' I extend m>' congratu. year-old champ modl'stlI'rl". pounds, flew 'u Louisville from
I kneeling are : Tom Treadwell and Don Lander. latloni on the 25th! anniversary diets Mm going to nuke, this his Miami training site for the

Standing aic : E. V. Biumfiel and Bill Koegel. With Honors At Big CypressThe of the founding of the Baseball the greatest fight in lilston I signing. He said he mado
Hall of Fame Baseball has have. great main surprises for some of his training In Egypt or
made an Important contribution the next fight surprises In m) Ghana-among the places he
to our American way) of life and prediction, on rm strategy and visited during a recent world
\ Southwest Florida Inter. E. Kelly of Cypress Lake was Saturday's match were won by a the Hall of Fame has made a on .some trainers I 1'1\1 wringing tour
club Golf League team from Cape low gross winner with a par 72. visitor from Cape Coral who hit laudable contribution In perpet. in.. A member of( the Black Mus
Coral posted atotahcoreotl,543 Al Johns of PortCharlotteandW. four straight balls Into the lakeon uatlng the tradition of baseballand The Louisville Lip who lint 1II'I't" Clay signed the contract .
In Saturday'i match at Big Cy. Wiltshire of Fort Myers postedone No 11 hole before he could the memory of Its out stand. earned a reputitlon for a Mate ) "Muhammad All, AKA
press and walked off with top over par 73's. Dick Vance negotiate the water hazard, then Ing plajers." for publicity before he won tie (Also: Known As) Cassius M.
II honors for the third straight and Tom Abbott with scores of 77 followed by dumping two more In Four of the hall's new mem. title Feb. 25! at Miami, Ma.. Clay Jr.The ,"
time In league competition.Each were the best shooters for the Naples i the lake at No. 12. bers-Appllng, Heinle Manush, shunned the usual signing tio <'out rait calls for both
4 of the seven league mem. Clubs. Burlelgh Crimes and Red Fa. motion It was hush,huh fioni flRl ti'rs to Ret 30 per cent of the
1r. ben entered a 20-man team in Team standings after the third Host Pro Phil DarbVshlre at ber-were present the time lit signed I the contrail gross tetelpts. Cray received ,I
Saturday's match, and a spread round are as follows: CapeCoral Big Cypress was credited with a The deceased Miller Hug. until the agreement ,pacers' 2212' i-r l cent and Liston 37'' j
of only 42 strokes separated the 21 pOints Big Cypress 15; Fort "Job well done"' by many visitors gins, Tim Keefe and John Mont. were t ,k"n to Phi ailfljlila, per cent in the February match
winner from the last place team. Myers li'/z! ; Port Charlotte 11; In running off the match. A totalof gomery Ward-were repreoent. where L'ston signed Manila The fight will be put on by In .
Big Cypress, the host team, Lehigh Acres 10; Beach Club 9; 140 players teed off beginning ed by members of their faml. night. tvtiontlnentil' Promotions! Inc,
placed second with 1, 546 strokes. and Cypress Lakes 6'/ at 9 a.m, on No. I and No. 10 tee, Bill Faveis'um Clas nun- which promoted the first 1 match.between
x r, Others placed as follows: Beach The next match Is scheduled and all players were oft by a lies.Appllng, now a coach with the ., the two. Llston hut
Club, 1,552, Port Charlotte 1,559, be played at Fort Myers Golf and narrow margin at ll:30whenthose Kansas City Athletics, played stork In Intercontinental hut
a , Fort Mjers and Cypress Lakes Country Club Saturday,August completing the first nine holes shortstop for 20 years with the Hold Rites For said ht baa disposed It.
tp+. 1,581; and Lehigh Acres with 8. were coming In. White Sox, winning the batting It will it' Llston, "return
... w 1,584. Top ,"tough-luck honors" In title with a 388 average In 1936 to the ting fclme he lost the title
and a .328 mark In 1943 He was 2 Grid Players by failing to answer the bell for
I elected to the hall last )ear by the start the Baseball Writers Associa Miami Il&ton knocked out
G tlon. The other six were chosen Killed In Crash floYd Patterson In one round
...-- r ..... ... by the Old Timers Committee for the title and then repeated
BUSIEST TWOSOME on the course for a few Manush batted .330 over 17 The RENSSELAER Chicago Bears, Ind. (AP)-'his nr iciund victory over Pat.
seasons, leading the AL with defending ter-xm In the first i diffuse.
hours was (seated 1 I-I') Chuck llolton and Jess National Football League champions .
.378 In 1926. Faber and Crimes
I Welch, starters at the No. 1 tee. Looking on is n N.J ..dT were two of the more' well have dedicated the 1964
Bill Hough pro at Lehigh Acres, checking to see known exponents of the spitball season to teammates Willie Gal. Boca Raton Wins
if all his team members were in action. r Faber won 253 !games dur. imore and John (Bo) Farrlng.
ton, who were killed in an auto Softball Game 5-2
Ing hit 20.year career with the ,
mobile accident
Sunday night.
_. ,- ,-- White Sox while Crimes played win. Owner-Coach George Hal as Over ''Naples Girls r
19 years with seven teams,
suggested] to his squad In train.
sing 270 games. Saturday afternoon, the Naples
at St.
ing Joseph's College this
Keefe, a pitcher !before 1900,
would be the greatest honor Girls played host to Boca
recorded 345 victories Ward which could be bestowed Raton In a hard fought soft
also played before the turn of upon
ballgame that saw the Boca
them. The players pledged to
the century, standing out as
carry It through. girls come out on the long end
." both a hitter and a pitcher Hug
,
Gallmore of a !5.2 score.
-t tl !w New York a halfback and one
a gins managed the
of the most feared runners In Fans agreed it was the most
Yankees to six pl'nnantllilll'lht: the league, and Farrincton.. a Impressive game the local girls
years. pass.catchlng end, were fatally have played. In the first inning
Injured when thrown from their they jumped on the visitors for
two quirk 'runs.Dlmellng singled,
skidding small car on an un.
wr'1 2 Softball TeamsGo marked sharp turn on a country Peale doubled, and Forrester sin.

.. PalmettoFor road two miles west of camp. glad to give them two-run bulgy
.I
To
Funeral services were to be LeknlskaS then settled down anu
TournamentTwo held Tuesday morning with all aided by several fine catches by
the Bears and coaches In at. left fielder Pool, and two home
t local Softball teams are tendance, as well as Callmore's runs, went the rest of the way
I w scheduled to make the long tripto 1 widow, Audrey, who arrived without too much trouble.

fa Palmetto tonight to competein from their home In Tallahassee, Naples Girls did some good

t- ,'.... -m-.a..v' .. .''''''''' ...,... the sub.dlstrl< t Softball tour hitting, but hits were scatteredand
.. r1o''W.J1; ."' Fla.She
!!: !:
nament. has three children, Ron. didn't come with runners on.
DETERMINATION "to do 01 die" is expressed by this young four. In past years' tournament 7, Fawngreta !5 I, and Marlon The next game will be playedat
some, ready to tee off for a par lound From left, they are, Dick has \been held In Arcadia 87 ate Gambler Park, Thursday nightat

Golden, Bob Harriett, Nick Minarich, ard Fondy Adams. miles north of here. It was shifted Farrlngton's widow, Vivian, 7.30 p.m., against the Atom sot
--,- -- --- to Palmetto, at the extreme was In such a state of shock in,I Fort Myers.
northwest corner' of the sub.dls.
Houston that she could nut travel .
Ralston UnafraidOf Ted WilliamsHas trlct, this year. It Is about 40 They were married last
Hutchinson BackIn
miles farther for nearly! all March. '
c. j jf Top Wrestling
Australian the teams In the sub.district The bodies will be sent to
:' Hospital For Surgery In to go to play ball, their home cities for burial. Matches Slated
Davis Cup Team ,1 The Naples all-star team, The Bears were so stunned by
managed by Ron McCune, will the tragedy that all seemed In a For Miami BeachMIAMI

WAITING to tee-off are Homer Dixon ((1)I ) and Series Of Tests SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (AP) Boston TodayBOSTON play In tonight's first game at dale Monday. A light workoutwas
Dennis Ralston says he's not 7:30. Identity of the opponent is held in the afternoon with BEACH -A double main
Dick Sowers, MILWAUKEE (AP) Cln. afraid (AP)-Ted Williamslast event highlights Friday's
of the Australian Davis not known, but the all stars are the players going through the pro
clnnatl Manager Fred Hut chin. of the .400 hitters and
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wrestling card at Miami Beach
Cup tennis team-4f the're expecting a tough battle. motions like robots
son has countless thousands arocnd for tM 1964 Challenge first on the player casualty lists Strong Tropicana of Bra 1 arrow.polntlng sign read.
Read the Want Ads pulling for him In his with -will undergo surgery at New
fight Round In September will provide the opposition for log "curve" had been knocked to begin at 8:45 p.m.
I cancer, but there are few more Tennis people are beginning England Baptist Hospital today Stone Builders of Naples In the down on the L-shaped turn of Bob Orton, southern heavy.
loyal, or solemn, rooters than The retired Boston Red Sox weight will defend his
to listen to Ralston, who cele. 9 p,m. second game tonight. The the asphalt strip called Bunkum champion,
his Reds In their battle for slugger was told Monday ho had title
dally against Eddie
brated his 22nd birthday Mon. 13.team tournament Is played Road, where the accident oc. ex.champ
the National League pennant. day with a flrst.round victory In to have an operation to relieve a single,elimination basis. curred. Graham, who would like to regain
The thlrd-place Reds flew to the Fasten Grass Courts pressure on a nerve caused by aruptured' It had been placed against a the championship belt.
Milwaukee with Coach Dick Sis. disc.Williams In a bruising affair
Championships The young Cali. wire fence at the side of the tag-team ,
ler Monday after Hutchinson forntan has swept through two has been a patient at Nicklaus Still road, which cuts Clclon Soto of Puerto Rico will
entered the hospital since July 12 and in through forn. join with former
Cincinnati's Christ Hos.1 straight major VJ;. tourna. fields, and could not be seen by Olympian Dan
64 COMET pltal for "tests" expected to 1 merits- upsetting Chuck McKln. traction much of the time an approaching car. Hodge to battle one of the rough.
take several days ley each time In the final-nnd The spinal problem Is not new Tops EarningsDUNEDIN "The sign had been down two est pairs to hit the Beach mat in
The Reds were reluctant to 1''II top.seeded here McKinley Is for the slx.tlme former Amerl. weeks," said Mrs Alan Flem. years, the Godos, The latter havea
talk about their manager's 111 1, not entered cSn League batting champion (A P) Young Jack ing, whose farm home is at the continental technique that pro.
ness as they opened a three> Ralston breezed past Dutch wlttc 521 lifetime home runs. He Mcklaus' $90,837 winnings continue .'. curve. mines to make the match that
game series with an 11.2 victory'Newman, McKtnle "s teammate has previously been hospitalized to keep him In front Monday afternoon it was set much more Interesting
-over the Milwaukee Braves. at Trinity, Tex, College 6.1,6.2 and In traction although the fact among Professional Golfers As.1, up again. There are two other matches on
LEAN-Up! Hutchinson i a former major In a 30.mtnute match Motida)'. was not general! known. soclatlon moneymakers with a that Friday card Don Hartnett,
league pitcher, was stricken Other seeded players In the The surgeon, who asked his solid $10,000 lead over Arnold favorite of teenagers, meets
with cancer in the upper chest Eastern Grass Courts advanced name not be'' used, said the man Palmer. JImmy Patton dean tf safety. Steve Bolas, and popular Sam
several months ago The Illness easily Second.seeded Frank who Is a virtual' certainty! for Palmer has won $80,693 for'nips In the National Football Steamboat battles Bobby Duran.

4 .WARS was disclosed when he checked Froehllng of Coral Gables! Fla., the Hall of Fame first com. second place while TOny! Lemais league I Is In his 10th near with ton. Admission prices range from
into the Tumor Institute in whipped Frank Lamothe of New plalned of a leg pain. third with $66,778. the :New York Giants $1 balcony seats to $2 ringside.

Swedish Hospital at Seattle, Orleans, 63, 6.4; thlrd.seeded Williams Is believed to have'
Wash., last January Eugene Scott of St. James, brought on the latest flare-up
IN STOCK After a series of treatments, N.Y., ousted Bill Scarlett of Ce. while placing golf Ted Is listedas
which appeared to be success dar Grove, N.J., 6.1, 6.3, and a Red Sox executive assist.
ful, Hutch was permitted to Join fourth-seeded Mart). Rles&en of ant
the Reds for the start of spring Evanston, 111, topped D.R. Sab. Williams hit for a 406 aver.

MUST GO training In Florida He said at berton of Britain, 6083. age In 1941, then came back at ,,.ri..ei e T1 ,p.arw.,, .,.,,,,,, t.t .o..
ormlocYpl
the time he had been advised to the age of 39 to bat ,388 in 1937, ,,, .Ano, ? Mrdwe3rnW4Nr
take things easier than usual.
feats the
bet His were more amaz.
A total of 847,917,001 was
His admittance to the hospitalIn Ing in view of the fact he missedthe .
Cincinnati marked the third during the :!".d.l\' spring meetat equivalent of five full sea. '
tow.:., &p'3" h.b ,.
time that he has left the club. Garden State Park la tear, sons during Us big league ca. -

2 DOORS, 4 DOORS , AND A -- jeer
STATION WAGON In earl) 19S3 Williams sur.
vlved a crash landing he made
FLY NAPLES ,with his burning, bullet.riddled
AI
LOW FINANCE RATESUP MIAMI jet fighter In Korea A few
..- months later medics sent him
.... ''home with ear and nose ail.
TO 37% MONTHS TO PAYI! ,m.nt.i .
New Year Round Daily Schedule i His ailment- 'I"rued playing
'days started in Jul) 1939 when
BRING YOUR WIFE Naples To Miami he suffered an appendicitis at.

AND TITLE WE'LL DEAL! 745; A.M. 11:30: A.M. 3.45 P.M. tack but put off an operation

Miami To Naples

REDS HURT DODGERS
COLLIER COUNTY 9:0: ::>- A.M. 2:15 P.M. 500PM. CINCINNATI (AP) The d.-

fending champion Los Angeles
Connrrtioim and Keservadiene to any point In the world
Dodger wished they didn't have

MOTORS, INC. NAPLES AIRLINESNaples to tenon play the Cincinnati Red this --. -

680 T.miim! Trail, North MI 2.5154 Airport Contour S Miami Airport During the National League' :NAPLES LITTLE LEAGI; FRS line up at Sarasota last Thursday as

MI 1-3454 NE 4-5811 first half of the season the Reds unit of ore mix 1 om It's of district tournament Naples couldn't

City Ticket office Naples Travel l Agency 4 Corner won 10 of 12 meetings with ::1 e do much nvraimt v >Nationals and the local team was eliminated
world champ.. ft mi the platf'+ t (NEWS photo)



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.. "r'&m

Ralph Wyrtck, ,*: bllsna Joim

County ton, Jr., $25; William R. Vines,

$90; Rex Polly, $25; and Dor na

D. RhodM, SIll; James Oorlon.

Court Jr., failure to have vehicleun

control, $38; and Charles A. ,

Geske, obtaining lodging with Intent <,
Felix 1\. Rivera and Torres M.
to defraud, $100, and laiiuircto i
Cotto were given 90.day jail st n. $100.

tences on charges of escape in ippear _

County Court yesterday by Judge

Richard M. Stanley. PUBLIC NOTICE

John P. SeBsoma was sentenced _

to $15 or 25 days on a public IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE

drunk charge, and 30 days on a TWELFTH AND 0"JUDICIAL COLLiER' CIRCUIT COUNTY IH

charge of public profanity, but FLORIDAJEWELL

sentence was withheld providingthe F>RETZLAVCARL 0. JACKSON MIdwt221072Bkes

defendant remain out of the RANIONC and

county. The FLAVlUt Lft RANSONI
vase against George PMamtifrtFLORIOAVLANO
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P. Abowd, charged with failure S SSS S SSS S . S 5 555 SCSi S.SSSSSSSSS SSee . ee S .uii

to yield right of way, was con. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY AND''

tinued. a ttolvad Flor'da Corporationet 23-Misc. For Sale 48-Apti. For Rent

Clyde C. Floyd paid a $35 fine 01.
Delendtntt I 11104 Hond 90 Purticaily now BEDROOM UNf UHNI HtO:
on a charge of falling to yield IN CHANCERY NO liSt Fully .flu'pp.;1 Lighta Stop FOR SALE BOYS STOCK APT GREEN ACRES MI
right of way. Billy It. Drown Jr. SUIT TO QUIET TITLENOTICE I lights, 4 tp.rd shIft, jet Black Display, Rack for Underwear A 2 2OTO 011,11I
TO DEFEND 4J Orchid 0, MI hitS Sockl Or.|,nal tM 00 Make Of
paid a $50 fine for falling to have T". State. of Florida a valid driver's license. James FLORIDA LAND AND IMPROVEMENT I/Z41t I r4-Trade or Sell
COMPANY dittolvad Florida
Pueh paid a $30 fine on a S|*>e
Ing Charge. and/or Truataat or Sue ery plus Commission. for quell Will tell 5 bedroom Trailer 0'

'H Bonds of the following were echo Tr. ullocs WHITFICLD and H I HAMILTONDISSION. DRAKE II' W"b., Olorter Cabin, Crui.or f'c' : Apply 'in MOTORSIllS panon Trade for furniture, Ml 2 .ital:
s I.u"ell.d Nov 1960. Cos twio 7/20.5t
14# / .1 ordered estreated for failure to LEWIS W 'L"'HR T I 4NRY .S .Ill gray* lleepl four heed. 1,14.5026Personal ath Ass, South
SURV J J DUNNE AND INO
galley dioltO. ce boi. out
appears 0.i1K'edlng charges, HAM. COK YELL a* incorporatart ggeri. and ship, to ihora' Can 57-Houses For Sale

and/", tharphoM af FLORIDA C os.ena t Naplet City" Dock
LAND AND IMPROVEMENT. COMPANY For Informal call OnfordI
5 ttolvad Florida Corporaton SlOt 112Ut Unf urn's, S.d 1 b.do Cc'wo
1Ij and W N. HALDEMAN .nd ..LCOHOLICI..H'JHYMOUS at IIza II" AsO North W'I,'
Hear 5 Juvenile the .Men or women wih" drinking month or toll
to unknown ipouaa of lbs abovo '0"1 .1 $I' p.'
n..d .nd .1",1 d..nd.nl.. tIre' 13-Help Want. Female problem Ash for help by Calling with 1100 down In per m<'
Cases Involving pi.... of rat,danca and poat off'ca Ml. ? 4151 Vintort cord,ally WILLIAM B STONE: IN(
.dd'....5 .11 of w"o' aeaoknown.t welcomed M.atmgl ,ill FiratBaptiit Build.rl,
thIS Sb O5SflCO d pr.onsaro d.. WAITRESS WANTED Church Ann. on SIft f.0 Tenth M NO MI 1 Sill
Home Burglaries es.s.d 10cr" ,..p.etov. unkno"" Over 21 Apply Dona LiggettR. St at 7th Ava every Tuei and

".'". d.us.e, I .rant.os. Cr.d.IarS.od '11'. .l II. Naplat Shopping, Center Fr., n,."t.I.'O PM Qlllh I" 3 bd Couso ,n II,,,.

Five of the seven youths appearing .; all othar part'ei or periontclaiming villa for pp.'h .n NapI.o
by through or under Good oPpo'l"nty for woman No.50 .i5 elo. 10 'alto Kol'Itdy
Monday before Juvenile them reipectively. end .11 otherpertont with S.cr.tar',.I oop.ronco, 13-Servicet Offered and h.. b..n p.''''...'''
Court Judge Richard M. Stanley or partial having or claim. must typo "oil shorthand dosiroble I yronto d for I year Gr.'d
I Ire ny rhh." till.: or unh.r.sI ,n Iond '.'U"mc 10 ColIer, Tile' and Tarrarra floor recon condition, good ne'ghbnrhi.' ....
were involved in cases of breaking and" la Ihs following desCrbd prop County Na", II.. 1m A .IS dloonn. by 8TONFCRAFT INDUSTRIES clot to schools and ahnppi' "g.
arty lying, and '.'ng ,in Collier, 7/23 tf Machine tcrub was Will trade up or down. for wa.
and entering homes and taking County Florida! I to wit stripping ros..Ian d polsh r.s. t.rfront houia er properlt

items from them. 'YARJEL A ,d.ntal.n l d commercial Office' Write' Schillmger 102 Atlantis
. All the Oovernment WAITRESS WANTED 27712. Rea MI 14155. Fit
MI Eau Gelhe
Of the five, one 14-year-old lOt I I. in l. ,:n"zf'Townth:p III". Lan.. ,".... I.r. Mutt beJI 1/74 101Round 'Ill Blvd I'Z
50 South Range 25 Eait: according I InQU" II Putto L.n. ilon.l'All
from Miami. His & Square garden
boy was case 1I1I.1f
to a plat ol a aurvey: by Horat'on Jon iitet 4 colors Can ba Lake Front 2 bedraam. framecarpart ,
was transferred to Dade County kini. Jr dated tOtS aa such plat it bought ieparate or patio da utility, ream large
r.pared and cert"lied by l.Ro0 Rapidly enpandmg Iniurance for Caih If bank
n.d.o d installed Phone 'lots SOOt 00 your
juvenile court. His two local 1"'lh.SN'' :, or Oeneral I. which, I liea, A o.nytoe" Is top notch woman f 5 r,0sti" mate, STONECRAFT Cal ancocan'lst.n d It try your

companions, 11 and 14, were I ona half of sIr, North a>penenced' in Fire and Caiuaily rating INDUSTRIES: off:. MI 2 ZIt cr.dits II'. a ", ,n.,, maCar,
'
one hall el the Southwell Quarter i miuranca including 24155 1/25 tot RUTH ANDERSONRrgiitered
R.I Ml
ordered to undergo psychological of the Norlhwetl' Quarter of laid, and all lnl"u ol egeney. er Broker
l.clo", 23 .leit the Eeit 50 Let oparat.on ,ng Salary Oppai,.le Hamilton Trailer
examination by Dr. John thereof and all.. that portion ef Qov open. Our Half it aware 38-Autos For Sale Si let Last Trail, Ph Ml 2264er
Franklin clinical ernment Lot 3. In Section 22 Town ef th,a adv.rtii.rn.nl Send 21167
NEA Telephoto) psychologist, thp' 60 South. Ranga 25 Eait according complete' relume to Collier,
within the next few weeks. to a a by Counly Newt Bo. |11/ A 212IM I9M Ford 2 dr Automat tr.ni Homai For Sale
GROWING: THREAT: -Marines were called upon to assist firefighters in battling the Horatio Jankmi' ,.V. deled, 'rr. aatuch "" ."0". Goad .cond Car ... New retirement home. I bedroom .
Psychological examinationsalso plat ,ia prepared and cart,fiad .t R's.r ParC. Apt 05. 2 bath' gar.aO. ,'ov"r.nln' ,
I raging brush fire near San Bernardino, Calif Helicopters were dropping chemicals and were ordered for a 16- b/ L.Ro0 BalI luv.vo G.". Eipenencad .wailreia. apply at 1/24,If _ _ _ _ _ air and "..1. p.v.d
water in key areas. Photo above was taken in the Cajon Pass area. Smoke billows above .,.1. which h.. 'in the North on.. AndPI, Sar I Quo .IIer tots. 4 Or Falcon WI AutoTransmission. Cr100 wan CIII. 1.0 I Moor
..,..n.d
and
a ".11 oftha doors 10
year-old boy 15yearold ef thi Northeeat Quarter 00. 112&111 *l,ding class
,
the Barstow freewayCentral : ' New Srebos. I..non..n
South...t Quarter of the North perch 'in Beautiful
... boy who each broke Into a east quarter of sod, Section' 22. Co".I.'. t"n. up J840 Can Just 115.750 00 com

dwelling and took household PAKCkL M 14-Help Wanted Male C Ave rso.no North I Buck N.plM' P."y'1"771M nl.te Ooen Sunrtavl CARIBBEAN Tr.lMJ
N
lend nowfilled REALTY 3150
The contin- A parcel of .0v.IV Job w""-Ih a future far reipunible 11111.11'
goods. cases were
Will Send adjacent JooG wont noti: young man Mult knaw ,1155
AirConditioningFor VA ued into next month. An orderof Seclion 22, os.rn' bane accaunting prlncipala Be .1412 Crown I Imperial. South SUMMER. SPECIAL
I. Section 23 Townth' 50 South.Renga 4 door 1 40dln" PullyF *
able to type. ihould heve somocoii. h.plon CBS home 'large
detention was Issued for the 25 Eaat Collier Counly, Flar I : .experience. ponlion immediately flu,.".,t 'Including, factory air Brand bedroom new wall .lei> wall clo..lurge
I NotesTo 16-year-old who volunteered to Ida being' more tpecificelly' da available. Call MI eoodtiOn., Alpine' white with ( .,'r"." i ,lom built
.
Warning tcnbad: aa follewa: 2 IOU E: H Marhoefer J,. Co blick a whle, interior, En ,
J spend the next few weeks in the From ICe Southerly, corner commonto teptionelly..nro ,lion Sirt.C WtST/0 fVo'o't Or"
Latest On Farm Government" Loll I and I. WII room
Pigs the lId Cool coo oso' 11000 00 4 Land
I
Korean Vets juvenile cell at the county jail.A codin a plat I ,0'dI.turvey byHoratio 15-Salgs Help Wanted foho trod. Sank ,.,. 10 ceiling hut Offered irpurt by Owner

15-year-old girl had her 5.okl ., Jr certified tOtS, aa ousrlno 5.. Larry Tovlorat leap 110000'ng ll>0 Trail Terrace, No
and
such plat I. prapered WOOD CHRYSLER PLY MI.I14h5tl.bt
At temperatures of 60 and 7C 1 restricted driver's license sus- by L.RO0 Bell, Surveyor Gen Enperlenced' telea parton-malaor MOUTH INC 2640 N. ro"1lnl" No Irs' Phone
NEW YORK AP-Central Melvin T. Dixon of the Flor- tha line, common I
( erel, run Northerly on famele high potential Troil,
degrees, a well-adjusted pig will pended for 60 days after the judge to the, laid Government Lota a; .arW-' d.wn., .CCOU"t J
air Ida otter
conditioning for pigs Is the department of veterans affairs 196\ Cadillac Coup. Low. Mu.1 soIl flIabO
gain more than 1V4' heard that she violated the diatance of 101.7t feet; thence run with eilabliihed/ elummum pro roorn
res- flO'd.
'
pounds i'I mileage Local' doctor trade in b.d.oo' 0 bath
latest gleam in the of the of .
eye I announced today that theveteranaadmthistratton North 19' W 35 Weal a dutanca ducts firm For Interview w..l.COlh. Good term
environmental control day on 3'/a' pounds of feed. Al' trictions of the license. A 16- 1153 feet to an ,nh, ors.c lIon with" the ., CO"tN.w.. ... 1737 -CI..". proud to soil Will, alt l 1.1 Ava Ninth Ml, > M )', Ill IM
engineer. will Ilk. trad BanS .... funanrini MI I MM nr
no'sIssue of
I lino Neplei A 20.
He says It will give you better. around 90 degrees the same anl.| two reminders Korean year-old boy traveled 60 milesan Bay I.Im."d.. according, to laid plat. ef tar. 7/21 *.. Red Slier et WOOD J 8.d.m.. I CaIh'' .15 hI ...v.
mal for some reason wants tot to hour In a 45 zone and was vay to establish the Point of Begin 70-Llve.tock CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH. INC North Must ..II look andwaCo
porkchops.He 7SIO N. Tamiami Trail,
conflict with ottor w..k .nds .rattor
eat more than 6 and I veterans Wtypeterm nmg
adds that It will cut th.rarmer's pounds, given a lecture on the hazardsof Cou... (1)1 I I thenca continue North >/?! It I prn .__. 1/lOst.
feed bills gains about 1 pound in weight Insurance policies to warn a,. ol 15' We.t, a dittanca ef 155
by letting the high speed. Stcriflea. tale ef 4 ,In oorI'
tpecti Hard top
T Bird
loss
The them feet
engineer reasons that the when their will ; STONE:
policies no HOMES BY
pigs get heftier faster without CO"... (2)) thence North 45 feet tel choice, lectmn of u".lorr' If loot eond Low ""I.... S400
making hogs of themselves. cooler pig will produce top longer be renewable. l pros..I mean high' water lint ".'.d direct far and take up p.y".nl' Call .MlS 1150 DOWN mavet qualified,
1111. Pl.... make 0".'. WilHudek I A I rn7F2S.n0 .
grade bacon ham and Neplet ley.; nil lotw.n p buyer In NEW 1 BR how Only
his type of engineer also pork W-term policies expire ar (he: >aor.e IJlu.tt'oo.S| elotig the me. '" Line Mellow Read, on. available. ia hurry

ays that a dairyman who playsIt products\ at( lower teed cost, andtheretore end of*he nve-yea; term period News From I 1 1-omlero ef the said proton moan Enport. Portn.21Lost 1100 DOWN 175 per month.
.
offer lower prices to high weter 'line of Naplea Bay ThunderbirdHardlap, R 4 3 BR trod. in home 0"Plm.Uo
buys
cool will get a lot more milkIn the nearest the Insured's !60th birth Northw.it.rly te Northerly to North: Found H. Power window. ...... P.ctory Ct oil ....lIy "d
comsumer. I 375 feet mora or I..., to & mile.
hot weather.A day. After that period. the aealarly' air conditioning Low .
policy fu hom.s oowunderconllruc '
Also the hot months adversely RecordsCOMMON point 215 feet North (meeiured at aO. M.. 2 Cl04 .11. I PM .INSPECT our ilIh Auoto
pre.chllled nest can fool a affect the fertility rate of swine must be converted to a County right' englei of, Course Na I ICouria 10' LOST In Eait Naplea. pair' ef 4/1111 between Ion 7lh 0"4 SIN Sit
North
hen Into laying more eggs.What's the size of their litters,and even, permanent plan or it expires. 00 Eait((41.. thence dialanea, run ef 55 feet men tan'a caaa proscription Reward glanea. Contact Ina priced from 114 150 to til.150

more they'll be bigger the Because of a lack of Information LAW DOCKET more or lass. to a point, lying JJI71feet William, ...Ib".",. 2 Bamboo 19S4 Chevy I Dr Sid Trent. with good lermi
eggs with stronger shells Since quality of the pork chop. North (,,,....,.d et right, en Drive' Harmony Shorai. Ml. Ooort tecond car. MI 2 2011 MR. HANDY MAN If you ando
small Pigs can be a problem other Dixon says, too many policy Betty Jean Mamlln vs George glee' ) of Course No I.. 5.7055. I/ZUt 7/111 you, .w" painlIogSl ctri
and thin shells affect , .
eggs Course (5)). thence run South If cal. "'OI."r0' lond.u"
the hatching and survival of ways, too. The mortality rates holders have allowed their policy Henry Barksdale ... damages.Roan a 9' 35' Eait parellel' with CouraaNe JULY SALE etc IC oos.ssabOuta llowioasurf .

chicks the raiser of the young are among the high. to lapse because they thought E. Johnson and Marie I. d.t.nc.Ot, (92 feet mora 23-Misc. For Sale cools toward your down
young poultry or .leit to en .Intersection with, the payment on a new home.
could pare a bit off his dollar est among domestic animals. At their term Insurance would continue Johnson vs J.W Conner and Son, eforeiaid, E..I..I.ond... line of IJIO DISCOUNTS STONE INC
the Borden Co. they say they Napi.s Pa)/ .ccod'1' to tho Jonbinasum. Position Opening In Eileblnhed. WILLIAM
losses in the usual summer Indefinitely.The Inc. ... judgment. .s'. bong, on the Weatarly b",, ". M.n' Shop y... round ."'. Builderi,.
have a system to counteract Lot ml. Retell, Enp.rienceE TillS WEEK OO1'nthSt North MI'. 1711
slump in egg production. two reminder system is dory of aaid Government ploynprelei " *"""
that. I, .. ."I"i; ".d but lOOt ".c./ "IfwIiIio PNIVATE SAI C
Y> out calves also slow downIn Pigs are taken from the moth. possible, Dixon says,through the CHANCERY DOCKET CO"... (01); thence South 40 30' 10 I..n ..... U 10 n. 12 Ford Squire Power. NO SCI001Nis
gaining weight when the tern VA's use of modern dare W..I 0" t". said J.nhn. ,, .."d.. Married Good Character 01| Cord Squire, r'ower Owner" mull tell th' ''" bedroom '0
er just before normal birth time pro- Leatha M. Neal vs Robert line. 445 feet,. more or lust, to the Sand a reaume of your qualifi, .9 Cord Wagon Power 7 bath, homo ill THE MOORINGS
-perature goes to 80 degrees or while they're still disease free cessing equipment.The Neal... divorce. Pn, of I.'innIng rations to Collier, County H.", .. 12 Falcon w.non Slick I Tenlral h..1 and ail
holier! It's been doing that with one reminder will be PARCEL C Bo. its A 17 ,/,, If II. Rambler' Amerwen St cond,Honing, larInIiOI throughout
and put In isolation units and sent 0 .
All that portion 0' os.rn wont 7 b.doon5 ': mpl.t.
great regularity in many places until to the before Lol I. In Siclioi' U. Tow"p, ao FOR SALE I 13 O.lenio, 4 Or Power encepl ,,,,clud,.. ditpo.alin
most of this summer. brooders four weeks old. veteran a year expiration MARRIAGE UCENSES ISSUED South Rangi 25 Eait, according tia Couch Fruit Wood Dining' Set II F.,irlane 2 Dr ClIck ."t.n: g .led

All of this selling the That, of course, calls for a spe. I of the policy and the Joseph Paul Ray and Jean Shan plat i et .surno V by Horatio Jon.bins preventionel .with China Cod, ohh.r Cabi' 11 Falcon Future 4 Dr "dnhwathar.u.ddliusway HOI:. re..dded
pitch Arf
Fairlane 2 Dr
12
,
clal feed formula. And the Jr ditad illS 055G C platli M'I'IC "tomt "cell fawn 4104 ,11..
7
MI 2 I7MMrt Ihooe Ml
final 4 Dr Air
engineer thinks will woo manyan "last chance" reminderto non Stone, Naples. praparad and ..rtf.d, by LaRoyD >0 Chevy Impalle
lilt'
sclent LSI s there claim It all but Ball. Survayor O.narat. which, H Milton Link' Sill tO Chevy Hit 4 Dr AT ', PM
animal raiser within the next convert to a Joseph Ruocchlo and Lucille Road //11 tf
eliminates the mortality rate permanent plan 1 IIM in tha North Two thlrdi of Craytan to Chevy C orv.'r .1P'vhCk:
five years and make barns and will be sent 90 days before the Shanabarger Naples. the South One half of the North 5Chevy Baleir, 58-loti For SaleWATER'RONT
that can run as high as 40 per on. half of t". Southwail' Quart.rof ORCHIDS 10 V W. 2 Dr
chicken houses year around cent in an unpampered litter. policy is due to expire. Eugene Howard Caraway and I". Northwaat 0""'.' of lId tl Billed laiabra
comfortable havens at steadily Saction 23 I... tha Lost 90 '..t 1 dr. HT tots
Dixon further stated that he Janice Juanlta Blckford Naples. ORCHID COLLECTION
NICE
The special formula has nutrl. '''.'.0'; and all that portion, of WANT A VANOSROILY lEACH
lowering costs tlonal value similar to sow's Is urging veterans ofotherwars, Oovarnm.nl Lot J. action 22 Tow". WITHOUT PAYING 51 Pont.ac, HT Slick, VI ESTATES
WE
Pig raisers are already heed. sure. 50 South Ranga 29 Last according CONNOIOSEURS PRICES too I Block L Unit .' nsone>
milk and is used by some farm. with government term Insuranceto to a plat of a byHoratio HAVE SEEN GROWIHG OR Call MI 21154 Lot I Block J Un,t 2. 2000 00
Ing them, according to the envl. :nr5 CHIDSOVER TWELVE YEARS COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS needt .". Don 1 Holland
Owner c.
cow's check the of J.nbns' Jr d ,
ronmental control engineers at etc to replace milk for. Into possibility SHOULD HAVE LOOKED d cartifiad aaiuch AND ARE PLEASED TO OFFER Your Friendly' FORD 140 Illd Avo T.u .IIland.

General Electilc. And this has mulas they've used to ward off converting It to a more permanent THREE WAYS h I..Rol"plat" ii 0 proo.r.d.n SaIl, I..v.yo G." ". STRONG' OF BLOOMINO CHOICE MERCURY 4 COMET Peeler flo,."..
DIVISIONS
diseases.And .,.1. whICh i.e .In tho Nor' T..o.t" . SIZE 71'Uot59Acreage
pig of Insurance. He IIOPMNSMI AP) YOU WOULD
Ky. ( THAT
led: to some figures on how a pig type says rdn o. ISo boutS one h.1I 0' the ORCHIDS .
reacts to heat and to controlled makers of feed supple. such conversion will Insure bet- Phillip S. Tribble." looked up and Norl".t Q u.rtor 0' tho 10".1 COLORS BE PROUD AND TO SIZES OWN AVAILABLE MOST 44-Mobile Hornet

temperatures ments environment are just control as sure as the ter and longer protection and down the atrrl a* b. backed his. of Ouartar laid I..t ef ,I"on. 22PARCEL Northaaat Quartar PLANTS YOU MAY TO BLOOMIN ALSO. 10 bll 10 II Mobl. "''''. ,,,,.

engineersthat avoid Increasing term Insurancecosts. tar out of a Unv.way, 0 CHOOSE THE SEASON YOU POPPER "..".d. 2 '.01'00"' 1,11 b.I". OlnllU"" Owner "..d.
they can raise milk output, So did Harbara Dickie she A p....I of aovara,gnty land now ALSO PMALAENOPSIS' Air Condlo".d Cash or lorms money! II acrat sno fatal
beef cattle 11M f,Had .d|.. nt to Qovarnmant Lot SEEDLINGS AVAILABLE CoIl .11.' 100 P rn MI 5 .141 prim Collier Caunty Reel Ea
LOT OF TRAVEL put more weight on Dixon that veterans h, ked out of a Jrl\ .way across 3 Saclion 22, Townth p 50 South AND SPECIAL. DISCOUNTS ,... MI 2 1111 Open lund.l0 ._..
fatten chicken drumsticks and suggests Ranga 25 Eail Colliar, : County FlorIda : ORDfROVI" 170000 '/ Il'Ii'Avr
OVER SAME TERRITORY talk their Insurance the mreet baing ,mora apacifically daacribad ON 45-Trailers For R.nt
WRITE
of government
get more eggs out a hen. Neither looked l straight' hi" k. .. follows FOR INFORMATION .. 1* milet from c.t;;;
NtftORK; (IP The CitiesSimie They, too, have statistics they problems over with their vet- From tha Southaalt, cornar' of Gov TO Haute Can World's r-Jir Bund. *0muMuuns The driver ,ttrrr trim' .ur"i.,nl! .,,,,,,.nl Lot ) Suction 22. Townih Trailart II a week with TV "., .e,. rAHI..EAN REALTY
like to quote. eran county service oil leer, or but unhurt h> tin hj> k."n c ..I.I tO South. Ringa 25 Lost. Colliar, PHILLIP STOKES 110 e week Specei 15 a week 1)50 N. Trel MI 71155
ruling on <> hjnJmarul ? Well he has Rock Creek T"lor, Perk T".. 4 Sun Tf
The consumer write to him at P.O. Box 1437, 1101"n. County". Florida. according 10 a pl.1 7/711

pulled l hv a Hrnall muk will promises of better food, and can St. Petersburg Fla. of Jr a dated aurvav.tOtS by aa" auch Herat plat' Jankini ia pra 875: Woodley Dr. N.W 4/2lif

lover an estimated <.200 mules\ \ hope for lower prices, as such rad and c.rt f.ad by LaRoy DII For Rent FOR KALE BY OWNER

this sumner to givi u t",.n. rll.. human niceties as air condition. PUBLIC NOTICE Bit Survayor: Canaraf. run North Atlanta Ga. 303184FROMLITI1JE 48-Aptt. COLLIER TFN ACRES fOUNTV OF LAND SECTION IN
of on the East I,". of the aaid Oov
Thrv give 'lour lo nix d.uly ion- tog and fortified foods are ex. Free World consumption .,,,,,,.nl Lol I a atanca. of 7090 l.,.. I Bedroom Apt furnnhad ONE TWSP 52 SO PRICE.

cert on the 64h uiren ol world' tended further among the anl. nickel in 1963 reached a high IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT f..'. t".nco run f4nrfh' ". "' U"W..I. I No small children, or penen TWENTY DOLIARN 0000TITLL FIVE HUNDRED' : AND
IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY. a d.llOc o. 177 f..t. to annt A Kelly Road Ph Ml 2 2012
of 52r million pounds. ABSTRACT IF INTERESTED
F "11 11 grmruU mal population. FLORIDA' .rsoc I,," whIt" I". Eastorly "'. .
_. .IN PROBATE, ..nd.I"/ of N.pi.s 1.yoc.ord.n ChIc'.nci.s. Day W.... or WRITE 'INDIANA BOX 422 1.0G..HS.PORro
-- --- to tha lId plat of .urv. to Ji SPARKS. MI
IN RE ESTATE OfANSEL s' Mon". IRIS MOTLL''
JMylMyM viMm ip mTMni jMmjllgiJir i . I. McSWAIN aitabl,ih the Point af Beg,nnmg' . 75507 a, M' 70155Tiiliod
Jfl CO" (I if from the' deicribed
"
Deceaied Ac... .
..,: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Po nt of .Baa nn' North GIANT FOREST I hO,.."," aea't, it your but
All creditore of t 5est.,1 efANSEL fl ST IS Wilt.n'Uc : I"0 Or cant H..' I vmg room k tchan
iBF HIElkSM I. McSWAIN doceeted ere loss. to the .oont mean h"gh wal.r end hMl2lSti275SABLE INVESTMENTCour
hereby" not"fied end required to fil. .line of t'. .. BeyCaune FIRES GROW!
any cloime or demands which the/ Ill thence ,n a Northerly SHORES AI'TS.N 40 .crs-N.ar IIQ
C.sI.5.u.sII.td 151.,. in the of direction along the said 2 0405Ifaily CYPRESS Golf
lea af the, County" Judia of Cellar, yrsen I moan high. wale, ino 175 Reed .nd ....... Av' .. 121.000f
..... '..1. mare Ion. to point I ISO PUBLIC NOTICEIN .,
County". Florida in thc Co".I" .tH..I. or e ...... 40 r.-.N.o propo..d
"
... Florida. within .<. caiandarmonth ...1 Northarly manured parpend 7b.d'uu.. .. I lu". '''.IapI .1. Toll Rd 14.000
from tha data of trio fit, ., te Cou,.. No I I.Cou. I. Ho euls 0' c"ld.n MlS ...." onS
publicat' of thit notica Each ... lOt thence duo North II IMP CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE IJII or Mil 91' 411" Mlty-Rd0" 145000
claim or "."' .nd mutt 6a in writ .... ", o..r tell 'o.n interiec TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN APT fOR RENT "
nf and mu.t data II', plica of Ion, with e line perellel with end AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY Nc., I bedroom Apt Unfurmthad SSSS1"1 11 ooo
Pool OtIs.. .dd,. 225 14 feet North (meeiured at r FLORIDAIN
r.sd ce..n C ss ght whIt, Hove 4 refr'g Car .
of ft' claimant and "'"., b. coo,. anciet' ) of Courie No 1 1Caurie CHANCERY NO Hor.room Centrelly lo ......c..,.,
14) thence South M II ALMA LUCILE port. a OtIS V ,5.' M.. ,
to by I"a Oi.iocI Cii 5nt Or Cs u.d 000r b..." S/S 00 p., 0"
..tton.0' n will, became void 11..1.. a o-itttnce of 15 feet. HAMILTON WESTBROOK month y.ar Randolph'
"* "* vnm .< 'arting to law. to .n interiecten, with tIre, aloreteid Plaint,ffOEOROE'J Fuller ...'0"r:1; 221417.tf DEWEYTOLLYREALTY
f '-Si T /tANNA L MclWAINEiecutrin 1..1)Moond.., Leo. >/
i- ef the' Cou... (It) : thence' South 40' M WESTBROOK
r.,... of 00" Weil along' the sod, meander D.'and.nt I bdrm lurnnned ar unfurmthed .
ANSEL L MctWAIN I.n. 297 ,..1. ...ore 0' I.... 10 tho' NOTICE OF SUIT houia with carport on
0.'...." pont ef Beg,nning, TO GEORGE J WESTBROOK privele ..'.1.. Call Andarion. ( urne, 0' lit Ave Uo 4
July 7 14 21 21 ice sin You and ...ch0" ore "or,'... Qerdner 1 Hotel Ml 7 SOil lltfTratfawino T.m .....'
-- --- 'that a Suit, te Quiet Title to the Shroveport. Leu,l.ene v Ml I 2 4355OiTRAIL
bove .f,... the ) Apariwontsfeooly
deter bed property haa been You are hereby not a
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE COURTNOTICE . f''led ...,".t you and you ere here Complaint. for Divorc. het been f '>dagiintt Apt I Sod,, Fur
IH *50 fO" COLLIER COUNTY C required d I os.rvaaCoeo of your )/ ara required to neer eeach 4 ihoppmg Yiarly
fLO"IO" IH PRO'ArrI" Aniwar to th. Comoia, on the servo a Oo.nd.ro your Anawer or or monthly' 2 V)40 l/21tf FRONTAGE
; I". ",'ane. 0' I". .stt. of PI..ntiffl' Attorney! CONDOR AND pieedma to the Comeiaint on I'". 'lovely' air "tioned efficiency JO acrea h,gh 4 dry lend I*
.. PASIAN, C MChNTOEHd McDANIEL SKI 7 B.lcft Build Plaint,f<'l Atterneyi the Law. F rm N Nepiet Suitebie I adult milet from courthouaa MAM.
,ng Neplet, Coll., County Florideend 0< SMITH CARROLL VEGA 140 MossarlV.MIflSlSSIOS LOWE 4 BECK 4U tth Avo
TO AtDiTOR5Au 0C. Me' the or'g,net ,'n the off'ce CROWN A NICHOLS .Ic" SuId, ir Ml 2 SIt/ "" tfI South Ml 2 5221 l. 7/2 H
." -- cred tora .* t I.st.es Fa of the Clerk ef the Corcu.1 Court Flor.de and Ma,, maor
Napiai
: -. .. .; ., ,." : Mclntoeh. "..., ..... aro, 0" or before I". 21th d.. af Auguat ng i,nel thereof' ,m the elf.ca af I". 4 2 ; C;'si':.hadClote SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN
: nodded and ,." rad to f lo ACREAOC
r hereby t"r'1's 55 par
Coiner
I tool etherwue the ai ..10 aa Clerk ef the Circuit" Court of .
: ..nI.I.,,,,. or damanda wn"clt thay let dawn ." Ike compia will ... County at Ea Naplea. Fler,da. enor month Harnt etRendolph .NOW S as,. tracta located
-' may h.oe.'OsII.'C eilate in thaoffice taken ei confeiied before the /7th day" af Auguit. Fuller Office, MlI1W lull one mile from US. 41
", of I". County Judia of Col T", Ron MI 2J45J. Drive on to this property with
1eai # : notice will be eubliahed once 1164ou fail I to de to. Decree Pro
.- I liar County. Florida. in the Court earn week for fa.,r |4> cente'vtiveweekt Cen'.... w,II ke t.is.oa5.,not you f/S twftf. your own. aer anal compare It
- : houaa at Napiaa. Florida within t.amonth m the Coll, County .Newt. for relief demended the CamPDONE agamel *ny etherl Only III
er the n
-w- |M 1100
: from data of tho' f rit
: : : the full
= :; % ; .; PsDieatO0, of I". notico Each claimmuat daI ly" newaoaoer of general I circu. Fiirn. I bd,",. apta Efficien" r050- Information price S7IS for,
: be and 1.1,0", pueliehed ,n Collier County". AND ORDERED at Eait .'... TV. Air Cond, 745 OtIs contect
; of d..od 5asI or.t'Og Coil,.. Flrda' Ent.rprii.t. (
Naplos Count ''I Ave So Ml 2 Ores &ldr:40
S 5e3S" .S555? fe --t: :.. xT Ar d post .ff.e Lest N.p'." Collier, Countl"". Pier.tda MARGARET T SCOTT
.. t. bI. III.
d- .. ... ;. : -. .nt od .t aorC Clerk of the Circuit Court IHlel."cW..ly er Month.
hi 6b-ln.urance
fi '. claimant hta aiant; er attarnayor MARGARET T SCOTT Col 'ar County. Florida i lLilill MUtiL
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: :;; ... it *' bacoma J .i-era' 'C laTHE Clark of tha Circut CourtBy By re/ EDITH TYGETT
.'" ,. .lIoO< _""::
RJ- A.. :r r -- .... 07us, C. 1041 EOVTM,. TYOETT Deputy Clerk 49-Houses For R.nt
I FIRST NATIONAL SANK D.outy Cli SMITH CARROLL VEOA. .
CONDON AND McOANICL BROWN 4 NICHOLSAt.ntfn.i'nOOt < Bedroom furnnhed haute. M.z 'r
FORT
IN MVERSy
World famous Glass Bottom Boats operate over the main Spring basin at Florida' ALLAN I. DECKER Alt rnaye for Ptai it,fati Svito If. Belch Bt )dii| air conditioner. Mich,gen Avenue.

I 750.000 peo PhIVltthISrnirQClS oi nature each year to .... .... ... of tha, E.I... af I. ?. Batch Ivildmg Hoo'... Florida : .neer Party Pentry '.. JAEGER INe.uieAMr
Silver Springs. More than ,..... C MelotmO d........ Naolaa Florida
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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday July 28, 1964 Both voted against a i pioiMised
-- rule change which mould have Harlem Leaders Slighted
ate vote to send bark to the required senator :and Senate ;
Holland Smathers rules committee a profxwwl l fl. employes making more than
nancUl disclosure rule and! to $10,000 a vu-ir to disclose annu,
Disagree OverDisclosure report out a measure to vet upa sill' their outside Income flnan King Talked To First
Mayor "
Bill commission on ethics In fed i lal holdings and dealing The
eral) government pllIlu.al i was defeated 63 to 25

WASHINGTON (AP) FlorIda The Senate, adopted|> the motion NFWORK AP-Or.. Mar. touched off lie lilocxl\ nolln\ ;
Senators Spessard Holland I I Monday nlrht.Smatherl CALL TilE NEWS FOR tin Luther King Jr conferredwith Gillian said le fired In self-de\ .
and George Smathers were on t vote)I for the pro RUBBER STAMPS Mayor Rooert . Wagner tense
opooslte tide of a 48 to 36 Sen. posit, Holland against toda) ahout New Voik's radii "The "Immediate appoint.

sltuat.cm, and Harlem leader ment b\ the major of a repre
expressed anger that King did sentathe independent Chilian!
not consult them fln t. complaint review lojrd, mil!
KlnR said after the 3' .hour subpoena power'' to deal prl. ,
meeting which, ended at 2 a.m, tnarll': wit:' nurces;' of/ i nitre\ J
CANT AFFORD A CHRYSLER ) that he would meet with "sum. brutJltt': .
mlt leaders" in the rloUorn Overton and Livingstonlii..
sections of New \orkCltj. gate, president of Hanou.Xct.
"Matters of national Impor. an amalgamated Harlem improvement I
tance" Mere discussed b> King group, told of resent
and Wagner, said one of the ment at the meeting to t Klnc's
major's aides. conference with Wagner "The
,
Before leaving Atlanta Mon. were unhapp! with Martin
day night, King had urged Negroes Luther King they, were mad,"' t
SEZ In New York to halt \' said Wlngate.
lence and lawlessness, warning The police df>department\ an
"Just 7 bucks* a month that they' could set back the cl\. assigning more =Negroes to liar.
II rights movement. lem Five Negro sergeants le.
WHO? lie also said he might make placed tI'ewhltl' II'r t'olnll. !i ;'tA
more for a Chrysler peace tours In Rochester, N.V., Similar reassignments were .
Rochester had its first quiet being; considered for the Bed.fordStujvesint .

than for a Ford or Chevy? night since Friday', when rioting section a predominantly 6 ,
and looting broke out, but a Negro section of : '
state of emergency and a cur. Brooklyn. A
You've to be !I"
kidding
got few still were in effect. Both Negro sections were
New York City policemen tes. quiet through the weekend and
tlfled Monday' In a State Su. Monday night.Survey .
prime Court hearing that Wll. ,p a

''': Ham Eplon, s Negro and self ,
described Communist, told t se. Shows
cret Harlem meeting last week

"Nope. that "the state must be AWARDING OF PRIZES brought an end to the 1JI! (? I Greater Naples
smashed," and "we're going to Barry LeadingIn fishing Tournament Dozens of lucky antrlois adopted trophies and r
Just have to kill and fudges"Justice
cops Charlotte Crawford of
merchandise Satuid.iv at the fishing pier
tined Gerald P. Culkin con. 13 StatesBOSTON Miami receives n tiophv from touinamont chairman llaiold R "Skip- I
a restraining order
I boughtone. against demonstrations by Lp. 1 per" Smith for second place in trout rli"isiolfor out-of-iountv residents.NEWS .

ton's group, the Harlem Defense (AP) The Chris. ( photo)
Council. tlan Science Monitor says a sur..
While King and Wagner ere vey of its correspondents shows

meeting, an aide said that no Republican presidential nominee .

a statement news conference would be made at 4 p.m.until lead Barry In only Goldwater 13 states.appears to Motel Owners Suing Collins Sees

Eastern Daylight Time today. In a copyrighted article, the
The aide said Monitor said the Arizona sena
Wagner, King
and others would meet again at tor appears to have an edge 4-Laning ContractorOwners Racial PeaceIn
City Hall before the news con. over President Lyndon B. John.
ferenc. Also taking part In the son, a Democrat. In four states
discussions was Bayard Rustin, in the West, five southern and of an East Naples motel by Conner workmen, were alleged
leader of last year's march on border states, one In New Eng. have filed a Circuit Court damagesuit to have caused stimtmal Rights ActMIAMI
q===E#+ k r?ii 5'Y at = az ee s g s .a g-ewt3R3ai Washington. land and three In the Midwest. against J.W. Conner and damage to the motel building

w Harlem community leaders The 13 states have a total of Sons, contractor for the l.G.mile and an adjoii.Ing dwelling
'+w4 44 see -rrm re-rrw met Monday night to form a 103 electoral votes with a min. U.S. 41 four.laning through East The complaint also charges ni AC1I (AP) nil-
"unity council"I. Imum of 270 needed to win in Naples that one dynamite blast tossed new civil riclits liw will t.Uiethe

.. Joseph Overton, a leader of November.The The legal action stems from 'large rocks, stones and debris" Inltlitlvi' to Mini facial

the Harlem Labor Council, was shows Goldwater Monitor said leading its In survey Art. alleged dynamiting damage or. Into the air, which then fell down' tci peace U'liiM to, tin'1 Collins.nation: :head, .itioidtiig: :of the:: ; I
acting chairman of the unity curving January 1 and therafterto upon the motel building,knot king
conference. He said the leaders tuna, Idaho, Montana Wyom. the Osceola Motel owned b)' holes In the roof and damaging new Community Del.itlom Seiv
of 69 political, religious, bust. ing Maine, Alabama, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Roan F.. Johnson walls. Use of a piledriver by Con. lci>. v
North Carolina, Virginia, Ken. Collins: fen'HUT ROW i'nor of
nsss and civic organizations In plaintiffs In the suit The motul ner employees caused vlbr,itlom
tucky, Indiana, Nebraska and the Florida, Sx.ki| Mon.li: to 2,000delt.galvs
Harlem agreed on a list of Issues that structurally damaged
Kansas is located just east of the Halde. of thi Amerlc: Mu.Idrltxll .
Including two demands motel the suit further complains.
said roan Creek bridge on east U.s. Assoeldion'e annualt'ultgress
tt the assessment "re.
of white of this damage the :
-The suspension police 41. Because ,
fleets the views of seasoned .
Lt Thomas GlUlgan, whose re. motel owners were deprivedpfincome
Dynamite was used to cut .
with "We will not regard the Com.munltj
porters together
quotes made
fatal shooting of a Negro boy through a layer of rock to Install while repairs were .
from professionals in both Re. Relitlons Service as
No "tl," "and,* or "butt" about itl! We've got the figures to prove itt I This publican and Democratic a storm sewer near the Halde. the suit that alleges.rental Further value ,of It the Is some jussive' tints cntltvhlghlv -

big, beautiful Chrysler Newport is priced /less than $7 a month more than Federal Court camps." man Creek bank, between the charged units dereased, value of the build. cautious and' guarded In
The Monitor also said present bridge and a new one Its approach.," Collins said
Ford Oalaxie 500 decreased and the owners
a comparably equipped or Chevy Impala. ings ,
alongside it.Vibrations.
Tells York The assessments were made not able to sell the pro. HP said i' the CHS was formed-.
New were
We're not talking about stripped-down Chrysler, We're talking about after the outbreak of racial violence from these nearby 'pert '. bj file m'w law |n'<'.iiisi-V:_
in New York's Harlembut dynamite ,charges set off "with ) overwhelming! 111:1): J o t I 11 ftAmcrtc.ms
a full-size( Chrysler. With a 361-cubic-inch V-8 engine Power steering.. The plaintiffs also Incuried !
out warning to the plaintiffs"Sporting
ReapportionNEW too to lovi-d It and
To probably soon measure np'|'
Power Brakes. Pushbutton automatic transmission Radio. Heater. The possible backlash. effects. medical expenses, the suit want II."

I works! Everything you want on a big car. YORK (AP) A leder.i among white voters. claims inside ,the because motel Mrs.at the Johnson time, "Wt ,do nut c-xN-ct| this s -rvlie ,
al court has ordered the Repub. In addition to the 13 states Goods to IK- an Insttumi'iil t of last
Still skeptical? Come in. Talk price.. We'll convince you. was frightened and made "sh'kand
lIcan.eontrolled New York Leg.i where Goldwater was given the 1 resort to U used onlIn an
nervous' by the January
P.ymmti ....... MI iMnuhetunr. KiMtH null print ot 4-dooc ........ Vi down, it monthly Islature to pass a reapportion.>, edge there are 16 states "wherehis blast and the stones coming c'tncrpc'iic when :all else has
p.,m1I. Excluding dMtlnlttM" charlH, "... ..>d loc.1 '.>M, "Inwmt ..d ....ur_. ment measure by next April 1, position appears to be Tax Not Up To through the building's roof. filled: ," Colllni! said. "Hither

The special three-Judze court strong to fairly strong" On a second count, the suit we tike the afflini,itlvc1 |position
directed Monday that senatorsand the clefen. that the. law must lx implied'
alleges negligence by
be elected ExpectationsTALLAHASSEE "
assemblymen dant In that Conner's blasting with
Nov. 3 on the basis of present undertaken with. He xilcl the prime' goals of hit
operations were
legislative districts It ruled, (AP)-Reve. and oiRaiil/atloh "will !lie tci t'Ili'our
to the plaintiffs
however, that those elected in nue from the S per cent whole. out warning be. age and. promote, voHintaiy
without measures
protective
November can serve only one sale tax on the sporting goods coot,,ll.tiKCwitli the law," .mil\
taken. The through
plaintiffs
THIS DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR COMPARISON year Instead of the normal two. totaled s disappointing which$890,103 end.1 the ing suit filed by lawyer James B. ''In head off lonllicts which
year terms. In the business year erupt| lu the streets or wink
ask for Indefinite
Jr.
Taylor an
The unanimous decision set ed June 30, the Cabinet was their way Into liirsh. battles In
amount In damages "In ex'essot
the first timetable for told today. the "
putting courts.
$500. The $500 figure Is the di.
into The tax, passed by the 1963 that
PROVESCHRYSLER'S effect the U.s. Supreme vldlng line between Small Claims Hu told theaudience
Court decision of June IS, which Legislature, was placed on most Court and Circuit Court. hoodlumism and violent. even
ordered that seats In the legls. Items used for hunting, fishing, in the mm of lature be reapportioned to rep. swimming and boating. would destroy Amerlc clemoc
BIG VALUE STORY resent the population more fair In a forecast the Florida DwindlesFor rare.
ly The Supreme Court held that Revenue Commission added that Hope 1'IIHIIol "purpose of tin
the state's apportionment for. revenue from the tax In the next CHS, lie said, "Is to eiicoiiraRi
mula was unconstitutional. decade Is expected to reach $25 14 TrappedIn local efforts and lo help' l his a
Democrats had asked the fed. million, provided It Increases at communities Lire up to am
era! court tier's to order Immediate the same rate. carry out rk-sK| >nsllilIltle" uncler
CHRYSLER CHEVROLET FORD redistricting which would The commission predicted the French Mine the civil rights law.
Newport Impala Galaxle 600 have affected the elections this ,. minimum to be expected In the
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4-door Sedan $2,901.00 $2,871,00 $2.878.00 November Some Republican U o 10 years would be $n million. CHAMPAGNOLE, France would have come to the point
leaders had hoped to delay re. SURF STYLE Sauo" und The Cabinet tabled a requestor (AP-Hope) began to fade to. where the pipe pierced the mine
v.a En91ne Std. 108,00 109.00 apportionment for two years. young. Is this two-puce swimsuit construction of a seven story day for 14 men entombed for roof If they were alive and well.
The of floral printed cotton office building behind the Flor. almost 24 hours in limestone
ruling was praised by a One official said It was possl.
Auto. Transmission 227.00 199,00 190.00Pow.r
spokesmen for both the Repub. o :r'ird'l',: scooped, and top: hasa the Ida Supreme Court In the Cap. mine in the Jnra Mountains of ble that the area of the mine
Steering 108.00 88.00 88,00 llcans, who are expected to lose brief skirt is slurred and itol Center. eastern France.A under the drill pipe was cut off
Power Brakes 48.00 43,00 43,00 legislative seats through re. lined in bright yellow Available The request was made by drill pipe sunk through 128 from where the men were sheltered. .
apportionment, and the Demo. with matching sleeveless Willis Associates Inc. of Taila. feet of mud and rock broke But in that case the res.
Pushbutton Radio 113,00 llOO llOO crats, who are expected to gain. skimmer, hassee through into an intact part of cuers face new and formidable
Heater b Defroster 102,00 Std Std ..the mine Rescuers lowered a difficulties when they breakthrough
highly sensitive listening device Into the mine.
down the Cinch tube but heard The drillers had worked
Total $3,4711.00 $3,168,00 $3m.00 only the sound of dripping water through the night at one spot

1/3 Down Payment $1,1511.68 $1,055.33 $1,055.00 and falling stones. without making a breakthrough.
Officials said the absence of Then they moved the rig sever.
: human sounds was "very disturbing al yards up the hill and started
Balance $2,3111.34 $2,110,87 $2,110.00 : ta.n1t1ancove ." They said the men again

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LAOS FIGHTING CONTINUES Embattled

2640 N. Tamisml Trail Midway 2-6551 U.S. 41, South Muon Soul, a Neutralist stronghold near the Plain
1 VENICE FLA. of Jars, is the focus of recurring Communist at
NAPLES tacks. Neutralist sources say fighting is expected

to continue. (NEA newsmap).



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