Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: July 29, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Weather Outlook ,TIDES

Partly I cloudy through Thursday p High Low

with thunder showers, N .,11I. p.m. am. p....
mainly during afternoon. Low tonight b t oilier r t m S '" July 29 3.U 2i& till 1:20

70 to 75. High Thursday July SO 3.51: Jtlt ':M ':5'

to K Mostly. east winds S to IS QuQ July 31. I ISO 5:09 1I 1 :il 10:47:

miles a* hour gusty near showers. 7 Add one hour for Marco

Add one hour Naples Bay bridge


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Around Now Goes To Council


The Wor 1 Beer Gas Don't

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MOSCOW (AP) U.N. Secre.
tary-General U Thant met So.
viet Premier Khrushchev In the
Kremlin today for talks on the
Soviet Union's overdue debts for 6d Say Zoners

its operations.share of U.N. peacekeeping r ,

Thant handed the premier a 1 ri.
richly engraved Burmese silver / r +

bowl which Khrushchev admlr. On the advice of .'oun5 et 1, the line, from ahurcli or school. all Mere not III rand of gas
ingly said was "beautiful and I ,'i ilng and Plannlnt. Board this But the board derided not to so stations selllm' 1It'.r. " should be exhibited In a mu.
{ morning decided that the prol'os.| (certify and Instead recommend It would baiklli ion you In this
seum ed sale of beer at a gasoline ed to City Council that the apl'". town," board member J. Wilson
Under the U.N. Charter the ,
station would not comply with cation "does not comply with the D>clis told Kri'si.
I Soviet Union could lose its Gen. / the zoning ordinance coning ordinance

eral Assembly vote this fall if It Imperial' Florida Oil Co. ap. City David The board's ommend.itIon
does not pay part of the debt. I yr plied for a city license to sell It was Attorney his opinion that Spanglersaid sale will go before Cltv Council for

Soviet spokesmen have contend. .\ beer by the MX.pack at Its fill. of leer Is not a use customarily final action August '.. Building
ed that this would wreck the Inr station at 2000 Ninth Sheet Incidental to the operationof Official\ Bert rink-ton !said the

world organization. North. Presently, no gas sta. a Imperial station Is nut within 400
gasoline station The coning
lions sell beer<< In the c-ity. feet of an existing .liui it or
ordinance where It permits
TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) Normally the toners certify filling stations, also allows the school.
The Chinese Nationalist air that the profited beverage. stations to engage In activities
force said a navigational error / license locution Is not within 400 Incidental to their Oratlon.|

by the lead plane apparently a feet, measured by a straight Splngler said he readied his Orval Faubus
caused the crash of three mill.
after a trip to Miami
tary transport planes into t and Coral Gables Tuesday to
mountain In south Formosa Easy Winner
speak to city attorneys there.
Eighteen Nationalist Chinese Lift CurfewIn He noted, that many MUml.area
airmen were killed Monday UTTLE ROCK
clues specifically prohibit' fill. Ar. tAP) -
when the C46s smashed into Zf Ing stations from selling alto, Gov Orval E. Faubus won an
400-foot MU Kuel Chung 150 hollo beverages easy, slx-term nomination In
miles off Taipei. They were re. : Rochester Tuesday's Arkansas Democratic
"I can't remember
turning in a formation of nine : ever stop primary and moved Immediate.ly .
ping at a gas station that sold
planes from night maneuvers. f beer," (ward m mbar Henry D. to unit his party for a fall

t iTt, Watkins Jr. commented Karl campaign against Republican
CAIRO (AP) The explosion To Test PeaceROCHESTER Kress, representing Imperial Wlnthrop Rockefeller
which blew up the Egyptian am. t i"C said that company has seven Bta. Calling his three primary op.

munition ship Star of Alexandriain N.AI') tlons In Florida that sell beer ponents "nn men" In a victory
Bone harbor was an act statement Faubus said he
of sabotage, the newspaper Ala. r ) Racially troubled Rochester, "It's a method, of business," would need help from their sup.
where raging mobs staged a
hram claimed today. 4 Kress replied to observations of porters In hit race against the
weekend of bloody violence,
The newspaper said Egyptian board member that tliey IlIrlOll. "millionaire Candida! ."
edged closer to Its normal peace
frogmen working in the wreck. and quiet today after a test lift
age found explosives which log of a dusk-to-dawn curfew
were not part of the ship's car. Although the city spent a relatively .

Last reports from Algeria hclmeted peaceful city night and state hundredsof police County Holds Line

said 108 persons were killed in
continued to patrol Rochester'sNegro
the explosion. sections Still standing by

J' -- JVAV 1,500 National Guardsmen,

OTTAWA t (AP) -Prime Ml*. ,ready to swing into action If ,On Its' New Budget ,.

f. .. l'ster' Tunku Abdul Rahman of needed.A .
promise of swift harsh re.
Malaysia says Canadian pledges
of support for his country's tallatton In event of renewed racial The County Commission final. The County &'hood Board J

struggle with Indonesia were rioting apparently producedthe bed their 1904.63! budget yester. holding\ Im'reases to II mlnlmu.The 'r.::
"beyond my expectations, be. desired effect of keeping the day afternoon and happily an. will levy an overall total of 8.88
yond my dreams." lid on a simmering unrest The nounced the mlllag Increase had mills, up0.21 mills over the 1903.
Rahman told newsmen Tuesday ban on liquor sales for Roche it. been held to a small' fraction of 841.vy. Adeline this tothe County
night after meeting with er and surrounding Monroe 0.06 of .a mill over last year's raise the tasters, will be fared

Prime Minister Lester B. Pear. ..... ... ...... ..,. County remained In effect at with a total mlllage Increase
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son that Canada promised to until 5 p.m. today. budget which amounts to 0.27 mills, not counting, special
train Malaysian pilots and to NESTLING like a jewel among the palms on Throughout the night, police $1,440,000, up about $130,900 ov. districts mosquito and fire
supply long-term credit for the EasterlyVave the grassy banks of Cutlass Cove Port Royal City May Have checked out a flurry of trouble .r last year, was ordered ad. Each
calls from the neighborhoods vertlsed for a public hearing. taxing body wax firm In
purchase of Canadian planes. this lovely estate is typical of many impressivescenes
Out In Atlantic to be found In the water wonderland of To Prepare Own where rampaging mobs battled which Is scheduled for August effoils: to hold down levy In.creates .
poll, pillaged and looted :25. The commissioner will meldagain although path" was faced
Become Naples. The boat tethered at dockside emphasizesthe Roll In Future with the task of providing addl.\
SAIGON, South Viet Nam May 'Abby'MIAMI stores and inflicted property on August 4, and hold a
(AP) About 20 angry Frenchmen nautical character of the community north. damage estimated In the mil. final sitting of the Board of tlonallolrlllll...The $-hoot Board
and women gathered todayat (AP) An easterlywave ern boundary of the famed Ten Islands.McGiiI4th The City of Naples faces the lions of dollars Most of the calls Equalization but will not meet must flnanc, construe Inn and on.

the remains of a French war far out In the Atlantic ( photo) prospect having to prepare its turned out to be without cause again until the August 21 dale I'ntllll'uHIS of the new Sea Gate
monument wrecked own tax roll from scratch in the Detectives Investigating Total school Tine County IK faced I with
by Viet probably will develop into the are. millage for the county
names students and hurled In. season's first tropical storm by future. port of suspected lout, however, will be 4.32 mills, 0.00 above the Job of adding a branch court.

suits at passing natives. this afternoon, the Weather Bu. In past the has found three homemade gasoline the 4.28 mills levied last year house In ImmoMee and Imnrov.
"Fight the live enemy of the reau said.The Commercial ParkingIn obtained the assessment cards bombs beneath a back porch In Included In the millage rate of bog the health department' and Jail

present, the Viet Cong and not for all Naples property owners a Negro section They (conflscat. 4.321s a .77 mill levy for bonds, headquarters In Everglades.
the dead enemy of the past," Weather Bureau said a from County Tax Assessor Sam ed the tire bombs, but no ar. which Includes a .37 mill levyto The rapidly Im'reaxlng popula.lion .
one Frenchman shouted to Viet. Navy hurricane hunter plane Coldlng's office. With the aid rests were made. pay principal and Interest of of the "county calls for many
namese standing near the rem. reported circulating winds up to Residential Zone of the county cards, City Tax In discussing the lifting of the the $500,000 bonds voted last additional facilities, but at till I
nants of the memorial In down. 50 miles an hour In heavier Official Bert Plnkston has pre. curfew, first Imposed last Satur. May to buy beach front property same time growth has raised the

town Saigon. squalls this morning. pared the City tax roll. With day night, Mayor Frank T, Excluding this new l levy of.37 assessed valuation of taxable
Police dispersed the French Lamb described the move as a mills for the bonds, the Comml.. property In the county from $163,
"If It continues to Intensify a, some exceptions, the City's as.sessments .
Under Fire In
without violence when a group anticipated and b e nom. e s a NaplesThe have matched the test. dun could have shown a reductionIn 000,000 In IOCS to $173.000,000
of Vietnamese etudents arrived storm this afternoon It will be county valuations to the dollar. "We Ire determined,' Lamb the 1064.63 levy In I9C4. This increased assessed
and a clash threatened. named Abby," the Weather Bu. said, "that law and order shall For county business the mill. valuation was a major factor In
reau said in an advisory.The Zoning and Planning Board pickup truck per property that Is Earlier this month, Plnkston prevail In Rochester Any viola. are rate will b* 3.20. for the enabling the Commission and the I
NEW YORK (AP) A grand this morning acted to tighten re. ordinarily used by the owner for received permission from Cold. lions shall be dealt with swiftly, health department! 0.2j; and for School Board to hold down levy
Jury has indicted 1) men des. disturbance\ was centered gulatlons of parking of commer. his own transportation. Inc to use the county assessment harshly and conclusively" bonds, 0.77. Inc reaies..MEANWHILE .
crlbed by federal prosecutors as about 500 miles northeast of the cial vehicles In residential zones. cards in assembling the 1964
"That will give us somethingto
"the largest gang of burglars to Leeward Islands and about 2,000 The board acted on a re. Naples tax roll. Plnston has just'
hang our hat on, Wood said
plague the Post Office Depart. miles east-southeast of Miami. commendation of City Manager about finished this work, and a
The board agreed to substitute
ment since its founding" in 1794. It was moving west-northwest Vince Wood after board chair. City tax roll figure should be
The office of U$. Atty. JosephP. about 20 miles an hour, the man Clarence Bauchsples read Wood's proposal place of a pro. available shortly.At .
posed regulation already In the
Hoey in Brooklyn gave that Weather Bureau reported.The a letter from a property owner (
body of the proposed new coning a meeting this afternoon In
description of the men, charged Weather Bureau said complaining that parking of com. code) that would have allowed Coldlng's office the county as. Y1't
with looting seven New Jersey mercial vehicles in an adjacentlot
offices. Navy planes would check the was unsightly overnight parking of commer. sensor was scheduled to tell i
post area again this afternoon. cial vehicles In residential dls. City official that some other
The amount of lout named In Wood asked that the board In.
arrangement will have to be work.
tracts provided permission was
Tuesday's indictment was $680. Circulating winds are a neces. elude In proposed revised ton. obtained from the city manager, ed out after this year. Helping :
000 but office said the Ing code a provision that over. i'
Hoey's to. In a tropical lJ\t
Ingredient with Its
sary building official or police chief the City tax roll has ,
tal might run to more than $1 storm which can develop intoa night parking of commercial ve. Inconvenienced the county tax
hides in residential tonesbe George A. Dorrerof New York,
million In stamps and money or. hurricane. pro. office, Coldlng has Indicated.
ders. hiblted, except for one panel or in a letter read this morning,
said he owns a lot at the north. The Naples Civic Association

west corner of First Avenue several times has urged the City
South and Third Street. lie has to combine Its lax office with Col.
Introducing ; been unable to sell the lot, he tier County, to avoid duplicationand

said because right next dooris thus save taxpayers money
I "one of the most unsightly This suggestion again cane up
spots on Third Street at the July 1 11 City. Council meet. %
Mrs. Grace Batson Of Sea Gate
He referred to the parking of Ing and It was Indicated h, May.
trucks in front of plumbing con. or Archie Turner that NCA mem.
ben are not unanimously favor L1.I w
Roark's house
tractor Wayne
Mrs. Grace Batson who will school and was coordinator of Answering the question wIn of merging the two tax offices, 4W
head the brand new Sea Gate learning resource for TV Sta. she chose to transfer to Naples, Bauchsples, who said h* pass 1w&, ,
Elementary School as principal, lion WDCN in Nashville. Mrs. Batson rams up with the .s by there often, said h* has : r 8 p

has established residence in Na. answer so familiar to Neapolitans seen "more than two trucks" i.'
S :
parked in front of Roark's over LBJ Warns Harry r p
pies and Is found daily at throun. :
ty school offices In East Naples, + .4" "I vacationed her a number weekends. "1 don't think that's Against Pulling 1 t tic I jI'

studying the duties of her new of times, and fell In love wltll the fair to adjacent property own.
community." era," board member S. Meredith His Dog's Ears I'

post.Mrs.. Batson comes from Nash. She stated also, her father r<.. Strong added. "I've seen II manyas Ii

yule, Tenn., where she has taughtIn tired two years ago as anofflctal four trucks parked in front 01Roark' WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. J' f .w.: .,
the Davidson County Schoolsfor with the Tennessee Valley Au. .." Barry Gold water sa> s the at.mospher I . .\ .. ,
the past 15 years. She holds thorlty and her mother who Is "That seems to create an (In. at Ms White House

a B.A. Degree from Vanderbilt a teal her will retire next year dultr l.zon. climate In a real meeting with President Johnsonwas back at the White House/ Photographer E J. Cam.
Universtt and a M.A. Degree and "1 am hoping they will fol. dential area," Henry B. Wat. "very good" peau caught this picture of his daughter Chr.stine ptttmir "Him"

from Peabody where she has low me to Naples" kins Jr. remarked. Wood then "We're good friends," Gold. President Jonnnon's famous dog. "Her" is behind "Him" and the
additional work toward \ Mrs. Batson Is Impressed with asked for an ordinance speclfl.
don a "
water told newsmen Tuesday. white collie Is "ISIanco, a gift to the president The picture was takenon
degree. I tho new Sea Gate School and des. tally prohibiting parking com.
She has been supervisor of it.k crlbed It as an "innovation in mercial vehicles In residential "We'r old political friends." the Cnmpeau's t'ecent'acatlon.. As they were driving around Coniri .

science In the Tennessee 'county: ( >r'MRSGRACE school (.on.t rucUon." She will zones, because "we don't have The two met Friday to dls. euional Circle! thi Campeaus saw the dogs playing the .' ard. They

assume duties as principal on Au. too good an ordinance to work cuss civil rights tensions during stopped the car and went over to take a look. When the picture was

gust I. with now." the presidential campaign. Did taken, the dogs were jumping up to see another visitor tha little
The school the first fully air. Wood and the board agreed they discuss anything else' white poodle on the left. While on vacation the Campeaus visited in

RENEW row k Q conditioned school In Collltr there should be exceptions for Duchess County. New York, the Woild's Fair, Vassar College the
I l/CMi-ET/ Court, will open In September, construction equipment and for "Ys," said the KtpubUCUlpr8ltd.nUal
//WWW'S relieving overcrowding at both one vehicle ordinarily used by nominee. "H Roosevelt Estate and various sites In Washington.! They visited theburial
of former President the time the Prime
WRING TOUR talk Park and Shadowlawn El*. the property owner for trans warned m* never to pull my spot Kennedy at Minister
BJRTN MONTH BATSON mentary schools. port at Ion. dog's ears." of Thailand was placing a wreath on the grave. r

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Negro Cuts NOON Marco On The Move

In At WhiteDanceRiot STOCKSNEW ; : : I"ij I"\! '
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f Alcoa 67Vz ,
Am Air 47AmBdPar r I "
MEDFORD Mass. (AP) A 40V I
.,- ""!'- ". Negn youth's attempt to cut.in Am Can 44 t,jAm
. ., on a white rouple at a teenage Cyan 66J4
..., dance. turned the affair into a Am Mot 14%
swirling mass of battling \ouths AnT 71'4
I of both rares. Am Tob 33Vi 11 t ; ,
Police of five Greater Boston Ampx Cp !18%
communities brought the melee Anaconda 43-'i
under control within an hour Armour 48'4'
Tuesday night but not before ACL 784
some 12 teenagers suffered mi. Babcock 32
nor Injuries. Beth Stl 30%
One youth 16.>'ear-old JosephW. Boeing sash w
SacfO of Medford, remain. Borden 78j
ed hospitalized today. He was Brunt*k 9
transferred to Massachusetts Cater Tr 33Vi
General Hospital with a head InJury Celanese 71',4
11tt ,,''f. ti r'r after being hit with a Chrysler 51'(
stone CocaCol 136V4
Several hundred of the 1,200 Com Ed S31,!
WEEKEND: BATllii.S (enjoy salt spray in their faces as wind-whipped whites at the dance were Involved Con Edls 9214
I waves roll in toward the Naples beach Picture was snapped from In the fracas, police said. Con Can SI Vk -'_: :'Y .... .__ )lt"" ......-.. .- .
the fishing pier (NEWS photo) No arrests were made. Dow Che 72 SCENE which is rapidly becoming Upual on the island as developersput
Medford Is a resldentlal.ln- DuPont 263 Vi ill seawalls and dig finger canals which will inteil.ice residential I

dustrlal city of some 65,000, EAL 32',, section providing waterfront lots,
flags parked nearby. about five miles north of Bos. E.Kodak 1314Firestone
St. Motel Man Brock said. ton. The city has a substantial 401,i
Augustine On the third of this
day and Negro population. Fla Pw SI i/|
I after lawyers told him the picketing .
The trouble developed police Fla PtL. 80
was legal, Brock said he said, when about SO Negro Ford 52V4 h'i.
conferred with Manucy and showed at the dance ", ;:? ; t
youths up Frmst Da 42'4 .: ; ;,,1
Points Out Picket Boss three other .
men. ,
without female companions. The Frept Sul 35% \ '
Brock said he told Manucyt Negro group stood In a solid Frueh Tr 33-1

JA< KSP-OWI, ) 4 With "I want you to get these picketsoff stagJlne at the edge of the Gen Dyn 30',j
EJloPk racial problems, h said back. I know
my you can do
He led iu ird n dance floor but there was no Gen El 83
Ideitlfle,I I,. 1 fellow defendant Dr. Martin Luther King was it. You are the .kingfish with disturbance until one Negro Gen Fds 90 /. ,
expected to return to St. Auru,. with these people; ....,.. ., .. .
a: n mss i .Ii"i ) can manipulate; youth tried to cutin on a white Gen Mills 41'/. "
tine sometime this week, an Manucy replied that the
pic '
ist couple. Cen Mtrs 94" .
terregitl I tickets In St Au. '4 -
said. kets
didn't want him to
jsti,o: ,w Injunction suit seek serve Immediately fists' began to Goodrich 54
ins tl'' ,,n, e ompllance with Warren did not say whetherthe Negroes, Brock testified He fly and the dame turned into a Coodyr 43 /.
the Civil itiftiits Act moved for. bi.raeial committee namedby said Manucy eventually agreed nightmare of battling boys. Greyhnd 25','i
the grand jury would replacethe to remove the pickets and told
wis 1 I is. District Court to. Gulf Oil 59"'4
r one Gov. Farris Bryant said one of his companions to direct Hon'we1l1291hJilt

Mar. the second witness h.. appointed the end of June the ant. pickets to another restaur. Harv 79'/j e';

when the rase opened Tuesday when a true was called. Rightists lot Nick 774
refused' to answer 33 questions. After six o..ennantl-411 mo. Coleman also was one of the Int Pap 321/
lie ald: the answers might In. tel and restaurant men-testl. pickets, Brock said JonesiL. 82'/2
(minute him.Althjurt fled they couldn't Identify pic. He was about to name two Kats AI 33V4
he Is a secondary kets or others who Influenced other pickets when he Interrupt. Meet Talk Ken'cott 85 ,rf rrF : el' .y ,PNOCCUPYING
defendant along with the Ku them to return to segregation ed his testimony to say "You Lit My 80 +
Klux Klan National I States practices James E. Brock put me In an unpleasant position Loch'd 34'/4 '
.tients P.ri, ,. Ancient City spoke out with names and Incl. when you ask me this. I Lorillard 44'/4
''I/untlnl' club, and 11 other Indl. dents am a little bit frightened to be PoliticsNEW Mag'vox 30'/. t
vlduals, Mann' v appeared onlyas Brock's Monson Motor Lodge'! talking like this" MM&M 61%
a wlti i' s. on the bayfront near downtownSt. After a conference with attor. Mohasco 14% p ijlIcl; ; ;;; : : '"
YORK (AP) Leadersof of the hills the constitution office
The ,si against the secon. Augustine has been a frequent neys U.S. District Judge Bryan Mons'to 80 Vi a spot on one is '
J.i:. leferdants was postponed scene of demonstrations Simpson told Brock he needn't organizations the nation's meet major in civil"sum.rights Mont Wd 38/4 of the island developers tr0'Q I

until Aiig 8 while testimony first by Integratlonlsts and later testify further along that line. mlt conference" a with Nat Dair 83% ,, .... .
today , ... ,, ..
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thl week was restricted to the by segregationists It was dam. Nat Dlst 28i ::: 'J'r"=' 'lAIr ;tV'--Tr":: 'J:: ft:
'see against primary defen.danta aged by a fire bomb last FrI. Other restaurant and motel Northern race riots and national N.Am Av 483/ ; I"''J'1';., ,'' :' '' )1,1'1.rf' ; ';.::' ; ' i
politics high on the agenda. : 't'f'.t
men testified they desegregatedafter ) .
operators of 16 motels day Penney 58 d' '
rest:, its or After he the civil rights act was Roy Wilkins, executive secre. Pa RR 35?H f. .t' ."..".,..',100. '
ui !! In a. Augustine.In housed and fed Negroes j' 'l4ll'.J .:J """ Kt1.it
St. Augustine, State Atty. In his motel and restaur. passed July 2 but later re-seg. tary of the National Association PepCol 60 1'I '" {;::! < : .! .,
(Dan Warren said that the grand ant July 8.9. Brock testified, regated as the result of anon. for the Advancement of Colored Phil Mat 75% '.i" i'f.i.'I': :<;' J '
warned in his call for the
,,jur:; would rennvcne on Saturday white pickets began demonstrating ymous telephone threats, picketing Phtll Pet 551/ : 1 JQ-afk{ 13 7
It:. fI'st'ton, \ will be to with signs and Confederate and loss of business. meeting of the possibility of "In. RCA s 32 ".. ,, ',I" uftll! "n"S 1101. w, ,
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violent and dls. 1,1'
futile ,
creasingly Sti ' .
-name I bl.ra..IJ.1 committee of flags outside his place. They When Manucy was on the wit. order," Rep 44 .1:J, ; t; .
tflve Negroes and five whites to were backed up, by about 40 or ness stand, he gave his name sched. Revlol341, /. .IiIitai. .'" ,. '" .' , I
Besides WilkIns those
work on solutions( to the rity's 5Q whites in cars with Confed. and address, said he was unem. uled to meet at the! NAACP R9:' Toil 1 43., ,,' \": i Ii, ; ., .
ployed and then retreated behind StReg P 303i4
headquarters arc Whitney M.
. L_COLLIER COUNtT NEWS ,Wednesday; July. ;9. 1964 the Fifth Amendments ,Young executive director ,of the Seaboard SeaIiIP -'J3'%%VDfcfliySinclair I '

Urban League; A. Philip Ran.'dolph tw
... i; +At >m'f. : ;''' chairman the TJtMwikl ,Socony 82'/4 '
: Negro American Labor Council; SouthnC' 84'/.
< John Lewis, chairman' of the
I' SperryR 145BtO /.
Student Nonviolent Coordinating NJ 87% :
MID-SUMMER Committee; James Farmer national
Studebak 7'It
director of the Congress
Swift 52Vi
of Racial Equality and Dr.
Texaco 81'/i
r.y, Martin Luther King Jr., head of
Thlokol 13%
SALES PARADE the Southern Christian Leader. -- --'--' w -
ship Conference UCarb 124V4 GOING UP at the intersection of SR 92 and SI.: !T!>1 on Marco Hand

fiyr'Come : : In his invitation to the other Un Unit Fruit Alrc 471/8 22% is the administration building to serve the Marco Island Development

.(. In for a tremendous Parade of ''ttJ: leaders Wilkins called the nom. US Steel 58'/2 Corp., which plans a community of 50,000 people over the next few I
O1c Mid-tummer \ inatlon of Sen. Barry Goldwater years.Georgia.
VALUES at \ :JV Unlv Mat 14Vi!
O of Arizona as the Republican
West g El 33%
'\ i candidate for president a factor
'j.-\ Wlnn Dlx 35Vi
Reduced Clearance Prices i, that challenge could we"produce have yet the seen.sternest" Woolwth 29V4 DemoDelegation Next Move Up Negroes To End

Mark Down Ons i He had said shortly after the

among Republican Coldwater's convention supporters that Guided Missile Has To Cities, Wirtz: Store BoycottIn

DRESSES SIZES 8-20 Juniors & Sizes "are some of the most outspok. Destroyer Named First Tells
1/2 en racists America" NegroesATLANTA MayorsMIAMI Jackson Miss
: ,
.: King and Mayor Robert F. For Adm. Ricketts
BLOUSES. . SWIM SUITS. . SLIMS *. Wagner held a second round of NORFOLK Va. AP-The &a. (AP) Geor. BEACH (AP-Labor JACKSON Miss. (AP A 14.
'? talks Tuesday on ways to pre. guided mlSSlfedestroyer, gla's delegation to the Demo. Secretary Willard Wirtz urged month selective buying cam.
& t KERMUDAS..OTHER ITEMS Ji1 :i it vent further racial violence in elected earlier this year for cratic National Convention the nation's mayors here to palgn against downtown Jack.
( :'; New. York City. test use of a multinational crew, Including Negroes for the first take the Initiative In forming son merchants during which
Wilkins Issued his call for a has been renamed after a pl. time "Is made up of loyal I home town youth corps author. 23 businesses closed -was over
meeting last Thursday after five oneer of the mixed crew con. Democrats who represent our bed under the antl.poverty bill today.
party" says Gov. Carl Sand. before Congress.The The Jackson
days of racial rioting looting Movement com.
We honor and vandalism In Harlem and In cept.She was renamed the USS ers.The secretary told the annual posed of civil rights groups who
American Express the Bedford-Stuyvesant sectionof Claude V. Ricketts Tuesday In names of the 64 delegatesand American Municipal Association advocated putting an economic
Credit Cards Brooklyn. One Negro was honor of the late chief of nava: 52 of 53 alternates were an. convention Tuesday that 90 days pinch on white merchants to win
avenue shot and killed hundreds were operations.) nounced Tuesday by Sandersand after passage of the bill the rights for Negroes, voted Tues.
di Injured and the property dam. The multinational crew Travis Stewart, executive federal government would be day night after a heated debateto
age was estimated at $1 million. aboard the Ricketts a step to. director of the Georgia; Demo. ready to help enlist 150,000 un. end the boycott
ward a proposed mlxed.crew trade party Four Negroes employed boys and girls between Several opponents said there
..., x ,, ' '' '" < two delegates and two alter. 16 and 21 In such corps was still
.. '1'i , ,." ', nuclear fleet of the North Allan. no promise that the
'. ;, "> \<.) It lays To Advertise tic Treaty Organization.t nates were Included on the He placed the number of such merchants would agree to hire
list of those who will go to the Jobless at 1.2 million.He Negroes above the "broom and
convention opening Aug. 24 in said under the program mop" level.
Atlantic City. one phase of the anti poverty The Rev R. L. T. Smith
There was only one Negroan bill, whose passage he predict. movement president said pas.
alternate among the Geor. ed, people In those age groups sage of the Civil Rights Act had
gla delegation to the Republican would be trained and provided put the Negro in a different
National Convention in San Jobs. He said every local dollar "phase of the struggle."
Francisco. would be matched by nine fed "We have not backed up one
| | M-l | | Sanders, asked the slgnlfl. eral! dollars. inch. We must now adjust our
| | cance of including Negroes Wirtz said reducing jobless. tactics."

among the Democratic delega. ness represents one way of He urged the audience to "re
V lion, replied: eradicating roots of violence.He same shopping In the downtown
"This Is not asocial club.This addedl "the end never Jus. sector and claim that which 1<
Is a political organization and it titles the means If the means rightfully ours. The future Is In
< is right and proper that we havea Justify violence." the hands of the merchants"
C7 cross section of the voters of

t the state represented. This dele -
: gallon Is made up of loyal Dem.

0 III e III'I ( :' ty ocrats." who represent our par. ATTENTION

I Missing from the list at
'III their request are U.s. Sens. HURRICANE SEASON PROTECTION
Richard B. Russell and Herman (Don't wait for another Donna)
Talmadge. Both said they had Awning at Factory Prices-Dnatalld

i previous commitments but Tal. Tate .. ...
Provo " a ham. u% ,. 20'11. cool., and
: madge still a Democrat.stated flatly that he Is closed."0'". _cemplae'.'.". P'01"0", lrom "rie.n., when tn prep r

The Negro delegates are State Screened Forth Encloiare
Sen. Leroy Johnson and attor. ?*!l* Roofs Carporta Utility Rooms
1 ney A. T. Walden both of Atlan.ta Debased 0 your horn of tee| trt_..0r city mrt.lUHon
C1 Johnson Is the first Negro to
owers' t' win election to the legislature In FORT MYERS ALUMINUM PRODUCTS CO.

half a century, Walden is a po. EDison 2-4351 (Call collect)

lltlcal power In Atlanta who 1444 tiKll. Kjym, ire rr Mv.r. Pta

I I1.. ; ty worked In the for 19(0 the presidential Democratic elec.par. Addition .droomt pct"- eats.. Etc: Moomt florid. Room

.1 : ; tlon. I' I Fabricator. Dittributor at Mt.noWt and R.-..,

mka it/ddttri Suwuf rfwjuti 2 lr9 Iil'/ The alternates are T.B. Holt Alummum product*

per Yancy of of Macon Atlanta.and Mrs. P. Q. I Mall coupon for free estimate


i 1.00 p..M. to 7.00 p.nt. I The first seven Presidents of Name Phone Ne. _

the UnttedStateawere ttotnative- Address _
hom Americana. Their b"thda'u
J I 1977 Gulf Shore Boulevard Naples preceded (he independence of the City

United States and they were born
., Licensed Bonded ,
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Schedule Aid Course First Here Diet Aids Beauty Entrantsby I

At Funeral Home a ., .......... ......, n .. '
e 1. standardRed Helen Hennessy , ,
Last sessions of the "

+ Cross first aid course will H'omen'i Editor : > c\ o'J

.t be given at 7:30 o'clock tonight Newspaper Enterprise Assn. ," ;

and tomorrow night at the Richard \h"
We are what we eat And
\. Plttman Funeral Home. this simple fact has nutritionists v ;
Lloyd Hill first aid chairmanof doctors and parentsof ", '!!

the Collier County Chapter of U.S. teenagers rolling l I 'W I W0tL0L

the American Ref >''r.>*s, will their eyes in dismay over the .

be the Instructor.The adolescent diet.
course Is sponsored Jointly ByI J.\\I: : 1.nT1"fIt :
1 by the Red Cross andtheTltt- Certainly: youths who avoid I
Home. desiring breakfast but not snacks can
Funeral Anyone
take a tip from international:
further Information may beauty contestants on foods was a weekend for good-byes topped with a

cither call 11111 or the funeral that contribute to luminous farewell party hosted by Mike Gwaltney for Mr and Mrs.

home. complexions and healthy Louis Thiesen They and their baby, Stacey, have moved
hair. Those entered in the
Miss Universe pagent to be from Naples to Springfield Gardens, Long Island, N. Y

Fall Fashion telecast Aug. 1 from Miami Mr Theisen, who was associated with Kepp's, is now withB

Beach are walking examplesof Altman Company on Fifth Avenue in New York City
the value of a diet. :
Shows Feature proper Dr, and Mrs L. F. Gwaltney are on a motor trip out

Executive director Philip west They will be away until about the middle of
M. Bottfeld 1 sa>'s he is
Soft ScarvesPARIS intrigued by what the girls August

((AP) Soft, ban.danadriangle from around the world eat Another family leaving Naples for good is Mr and

scarves were thekey We know" he lays "that Mrs. Roland Lawrence and Doug and Jim. Mrs Lawrence'
to Jules Crahay's collection
for Lanvln, shown in Paris to. despite the great differencesin and the boys "have already returned to St. Louis where"

fall day and in the winter annual fashions.spotlight on in diet such, similar diverse foods areas crop as the up they formerly lived. Mr. Lawrence will follow in a few

Orient I the Scandinavian weeks.
wrapped everythingfrom
They up !
y yuryu yv small.Jacket suits to grand countries) the tropics and Current MM I'nlverse. It'daIarla: Vargas: of Brazil, lost Mrs. Charles A. Baker returned the first of the

ball wools gowns., fluid They crepes came, jeweled In soft Slavic vegetable countries.oils, for The instance.use of" weight during reign Hectic schedule and balanced diet week from 10 days in Watch Hill, R, I I. where she wentto

laces and wispy organdies. it Is with few gooey desserts did it. see a new grandchild. The new addition Is the fourthson
Although uncommonin
t reached hip for Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Their hanky points G. Beavers Jr.
the United States to mix credited
with the pageant are iasu also are by foreign
level Last or season swept,the Crahay floor.made a meats, chicken and fish with nated to see delegates from contestants. as being beauty Mr and Mrs. Glenn B. Shutts are also back from

I I point with scarves, too. Then fruits in one recipe, it is an Tahiti Central America, Thailand :aids Olive oil nuts and seeing their grandchildren. They met the children and

they were fringed, loop.around almost ordinary all part other of countries.For cooking.!in and Jamaica squeezethe chocolate the Mediterranean are special favoritesof girls their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gilberton, for a weekat
of juice of whole limes and
rectangles. There were more
who the natural fats and a lodge in Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin. Then the
these today in black and white example, the girls lemons over their food. 1 say
striped mink or In black and their countries rep'resenting as am told" he says "this provides high protein provided do. Shutts went on to do some visiting in Minnesota. Before

cr,, ,; white patterned ponyskln with Miss Denmark Miss Norwayand vitamin C which gives wonders for their complex.ions. heading for Naples they saw the Gilbertsons at
... .. ... an vr. rr fine silk fringes. the girls proper skin metabolism For those in the United again
-- --- Miss Sweden enjoy fruits
who from fat their home in Northbrooke III.
McOralh photo Bulky, wrappy coats and cooked with meats and fish and serenity. States fcliy high ,
Mr. and Mrs. James G Marshall Jackets had a scarf extensionthat content of these, Bottfeld
and fruit both hot and
looped around the neck. cold. This soups Eggplant, mushroom, cab points out the importance of END OF A LONG TRIP

Open bolero suits had tidy dish meal provides high !in proteins a one-, bage, turnip and watercress cultured milks such as Mr. and Mrs. Holland Salley, with Scott and Stephen

Henson Marshall caravaUscarf fill-ins, flat and minerals and carbohydrates, yogurt, In many countries.in are back from a wonderful trip that took them to the
refreshing, high
wide, trimly belted in at the They are
all of which
waist. road to beauty are,assists he explains.on the 15 Semi-Finalists protein and low in fat. midwest, west, south and into Mexico. They report a

Scarf-point cowled hoods, In He continued i that he discovered All this Is enough to stir wonderful time, but are ready to rest after some 10,000

Wedding In NaplesMiss pullovers mink, went to over wear matching with skirt.mink (with help from Try Tonight For the appetite. However, all the miles by car plus a couple more thousand by plane.Mr. .

nutritionists) the combinations Miss U.S.A. Title diets have a common denominator
length pants and clocked stock. and Mrs. S. S. Caldwell of Hudson Ohio, have
using peaches, apricots, -they are as well-
ings. Rounded, mlnk-hemmed MIAMI BEACH Fla. (AP) boon spending several weeks at their home on Golf
and carried colonial bananas and rounded the
they nose. cherries beauty
Miss Nancy Louise Henson, es shoulder cowls topped slim, sup. papayas as contestants
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wes. gays of white carnations with a pie cocktail dresses. nurture clear skins and eyes pete Beauty tonight queens for of the 15 Miss states U.S.A.com. who follow them. Drive. They have with them their daughter Elizabeth

t v ley G. Henson of 1299 Frank Whit. center of blue carnations match. Slim shift dresses, tubular or and build good bones and title and a chance to be Miss who attends the University of Colorado, and their son

man Blvd., was united in marrl. Ing the dresses. seml-fit, were worn under teeth for delegates from Universe of 1964. Bill who will
be a freshman at William and In the
age to James Gerald Marshall, The flower girl was the three. Jackets and coats. They had Spain Tahiti Brazil, Argentina Among them is Dorothy John. Chaperones At Mary

son of Mr. and Mrs.Gordon Mar. year-old sister of the bride,Mar. round, collarless necklines and Colombia Peru and son of Pocatello, Idaho, the first fall.
shall of Avalon Estates, at the cla Lee Henson. She wore a royal polo-shirt buttoning. Chile. These are high in vita. Negro to reach final stages of a As usual, resorts in North Carolina are popular with
Emmanuel Lutheran Churchsat. blue satin A41ne dress, accented C and A. Take
endorsed for mins Pageant
Crahay pants
major U.S. beauty pageant. Neapolitans Friday Mr. and Mrs. John Cowles leave for
bodice of the dress.
urday, at 2 p.m. Rev. Daniel L. across the travel only. As Jump suits with
Bergstresser of Fort Myers per. She carried a white baskettop. tubular sklrt-length trousers, He adds that those working Other Pamela Jean Borgfeldt:, Miss Job In StrideMIAMI Sherwood Forest, N. C, to spend the weekend with

formed the double-rlng cere. ped with a blue bow matchingthe they were worn with three-quar Alabama; Suzy Marlin, Alaska; Judge and Mrs. Harold Smith The Cowles will go to
dress. Her were
mony. ter coats or mink sweaters, Jeanne Venables, California; BEACH, Mi. (fAP) Harbor Springs Mich where they have taken house
The bride was given in mar. white rose petals and blue mum sheer clocked stockings and flat District of a
For Bobbl Johnson, Miss Oregon arrived for the
rlage by her father G. petals. Reception for three weeks. Before about the
Wesley mocassins. Suits of similar Columbia; Johnna Ruth Reid, Miss Universe contest last year; returning to Naples
Henson. The best man was Wayne The ushers were Terry bride Hen.and shape were worn with dyed.to. Kentucky; Royette Michele Tar. with two dinks In tow |lien| clu.perone's first of October they will tour the New England states
of the
brother ,
Newkirk of Naples. son, mesh Reverend Rice
match stockings.
The bride wore a white satin LInwood Carson. Miss Ester Some had open ry, Maryland; Patricia Turk, reaction and visit with friends and relatives along the way
three.quarter capes, RI.
Mississippi; Barbara ''I put them In the bathtub, of
gown, accented at the waist witha Truitt was the organist. over three.quarter. "sweater" chartz, New Jersey; Dorothea court, fur safekeeping1; Mrs The end of f the month Mr. and Mrs. N. L Walling-
round bow.neckline The bodice and had a high.; iThe altar church.was.dewretedwithtwo floral arrangement ol tunics.' .' Sunday NightMembers Langhans, New York; Call Mrs. Val iunley_ '!'Thliins are ford l leave for Roaring Gap, N. C., where they have
was overlay.ad Coats closed shift
with white lace with sleeves white gladioli and.mums. 'The with long were, narrow sleeves shapes, or of the Woman's Soc I KrUlow Oregon Ohio Jackie; Toye Sue Faa Maloney Each,, always .hal" ; >tInlnl. Wo take ('lireotthl'm taken a house with Mr and Mrs. Kent Harrison for a
ending in points at the wrists. organ was decorated with an ar. roomy, Turllned wraps. let V of Christian Service of the Oklahoma; ; Dianne Balloon, This suf.Kikcn| native of month. The Walling fords will be back briefly in the \fall

Her shoulder-length veil was of rangement of blue and white The Lanvln evening clothes First Methodist Church of Na. Texas, and Janet Joy E rick son, Mlnn..al'lIl.lalelln. an Interview.. and then go to Carmel, Cal., for three months. The*"".
the direction of Mrs.
French illusion under
with a crown of mums and carnations. were beautiful. Stiff fabrics anda pies .
seed pearls and miniature white slim, slightly belled shape Royal Ranny and Mrs. Arthur Utah that her Hu'ee yesre'as liavt I U-rn i* Harrisons return to Virginia Beach, Va., befora comingto
grant chaperone
satin rosebuds. She carried a RECEPTIONThe prevailed. Many gowns had Stewart, will hold a receptionfor "like mothering little: rliliki' their Kona Kai apartment for the winter.
bridal bouquet of white roses and reception was held at the long, tight sleeves. Rev. John E. Rice, the new "
You fuel the 'r.. our own. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. McCune are also off to North
baby breath. Emmanuel Lutheran Church. There were lots of Jeweled pastor of the church and his tam.Uy Victor
The maid of honor,Mill Carole Mrs. Evan Felghtner and Mrs. bolero effects. Tiny short. Immediately after the even. Mrs Iiigrld Fine, a native of. Carolina the end of the week They will be a month at
and I ft'of Miami
Rae Polly of Naples and the Jay Abbott assisted In setting Ing worship service Sunday nightIn Ditch Oslo, Norway, a
sleeved bolero yokes were em. Last Fight doctor, says ont of HIM rhot.IlI'rnll.1I High Hampton and then spend a month visiting their
bridesmaid, Miss Mary Salmon up the reception. Mrs. Norman broidered on long.sleeved tubu. the fellowship hall of the
of Naples,wore matching dresses Chesser attended thebrldesbook. lar dresses. church. For House Ends another duties Is his to children in Pittsburgh and Cleveland.

of royal blue satin. The bodicewas Other assistants at the receptionwere Rev. Harry C, Parham and his "watih no no m,1I'iln" put Mrs. Edward Reeves is back from North Carolina.
overlaid in Misses Linda Henson and of the SUMMIT DI. (AP) Wayne hand on your girl
white lace family were guests congre.
Carol Hamilton's last ditch resistanceto Mrs. Fine talked: Mrs. Manley, She drove up to Highlands with Mrs. Jane Elsberg Mrs.
Henson sisters of
with short sleeves. Their white the gation last Sunday night at a fare.
chapel hats were accented with bride; and Miss Diane Marshall 112-Pound GrandmaIs well reception.Reverend Parham eviction under an order con. wife of a retired Miami ktoi'k- Elsberg has a home there and will stay well into fall.
one.sto. broker, Into to-voting two weeksat
satin bows matching the dress. sister of the groom. was transferred last week from demnlng his Sfcyear-old Speaking of High Hampton, while over there from High
WreckerMANCHESTER house the $157.mil.lion an unpaid mother. Itolli
The cake had three tiers and House ry frame on
Naples church to the Riverside
was surrounded by fern and small Southwest Expresswayroute women were tlt' ull' titllsti: "ofa lands for a golf game, Mrs. Reeves saw Mr. and Mrs.
Conn. (AP) Methodist Church In Miami.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) One blue and white mums. Betty Choman, is a 112-pound ended Tuesday and the minor sort' In younger >tais, Lyndon Brown. Earlier this summer the Browns took a tripto
tumbled down. "I know what lii,*>"'r<* going
local radio his house was
announcer got
The bride's mother wore a who wrecks York. Now the of the
grandmother New they are spending rest
threatened the anticipation
31 had through,
tongue twilled on this com beige knit sheath and carried Hamilton, ,
mercial. Ol did he** beige and blue accessories witha houses.She Is the foreman of a five. Mrs. Kennedy Buys to defend the place with a 12. tint heartbreak; Mrs. llanlfj Summer at their lovely mountain home in Franklin, N.C

"They have an open auction corsage of red sweetheart man wrecking gang, and the 15-Room ApartmentOver gauge shotgun He sat in an says. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffmann have been in Sapphire
overstuffed chair In his living Mrs r IIM 18 l one of the exei'u-
every Monday night, he said roses. The bridegroom's mother members of the she Is for month. due back the
gang room when sheriff's policemen hive hoaleases' whim, have chargeof Valley, N. C., a They are at
They suet ion off anything. Men, wore a pink sheath and carried working boss. Central Park
bring your wives. ." white accessories with a cor. a Mrs. Choman and her husband got in by kicking out a front the oO c'hap..ronp" und 100 Mansion House this weekend.
of NEW YORK (AP) Mrs door panel. girl gatlierml In five h..tplil.
sage pink sweetheart
For a wedding trip to Key West Anthony, own the John F. Kennedy has agreed to The shotgun was lying unload. "It'll like landing on four head. SAMPLES BOATING NORTH
husband alsoIs
tlon firm, but her buy a IS-rnom apartment on knees when Chief w,' hep! write KiHHih*s, help
the bride ed across his |
wore a blue have for
baby sheath North
department Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sample plans
a super.
Fifth Avenue Central and
with overlooking Deputy Harry M. Magers told with makeup| encourage
white sleeveless
top ,match. visor, so she has complete Park. In the end we low Carolina. They will cruise aboard their boat the
Ing blue pearls and white ac.cessorles him, "I hate to do this. Will you listen up
II : After the trip, they chargj. said she Douglas L. Elllman, head of cooperate?" wplnM. .hH Him intracoastal waterway to Atlantic Beach, N, C., where they
will Mrs. Choman once the real estate firm that man. Hamilton replied he would not Mofct, of II.H rlunipnint. used
reside In Sable Shores. will have with friends.
The bride Is was 111 but regained her health ages the building said Tuesday and Magers and two other depu. girls get t 'nnlt11.!!. Occasional! l. a reunion
outs plea Senior High a graduate School and of Na.at. 13: years ago because she start. night the apartment was sold ties carried him outdoors. Ham. It\ tllI.r..II''' little ,.rI"u. Toward the end of August Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pos-

tended Edison Junior College. ed working on the wreckingcrew. tot about 200000. He said llton's wife, Jeanette, 30, and "Glils ire uutlvrlTrlflf vick will spend some time In Hendersonville, N. C and
Munifdom'a rediscovery She maintenance charges are about their three daughters, aged 8 to iin i*. You see It In ri4irars.il. In
or the guitar these pant schools was and a "Miss cheerleader at both Choman agreed. $14,000 ayear. 9, followed. A moment later, a tneir ,moms It's more so," Mrs. then meet their son-In-law and daughter, Major and Mrs.
few Manor bring to mind the "Miss Naples"Congeniality"in contest in "If you have trouble with hypertension Mrs. Kennedy attended a aur. bulldozer toppled the house, fur. Flue silo. "80nlt'l ll's the fait Thomas Charms, in Fayetteville, N, C, who are to be

the fart that thin instrument 1963. The bridegroom Is a grad. nerves, !If you can'taleep prise birthday party with relatives nlshlngs and all. the V" o.st |It too much" stationed at Fort Bragg The Chermas have been In the
been the of do some housewrecklng, and friends at a restaurant Hamilton said he paid $16,500for To < fill"nil' her Bills. Mri.llanlot .
ha* on lIt.n.tor uate Naples Senior
quite a pell. where he played baseball High and School foot. he said. "It"will be the best here Tuesday, her 35th birth the place six years ago. The salrl she soup I I'I|
thing for you. day. state awarded him $13,800. th"mlou'r.. MM mast imiior/ active duty In Viet Nam, received the Bronze Star
Since the 16th Century ball.The is Hamilton said It was worth bet. taut thin* In Michigan> anil lull .
groom presently em. I[ for meritorious achievement in ground operations against
the guitar ha* been the ployed by Howard Johnson and the ween $23,000 and $27,000. < i. nor' one.

cUnniral Instrument of bride by The Moorings.EXCLUSIVE'S Cost Of Getting Married I (Continued on page a)

artirtir Spain for preiientation.folk-muair and Although Rises In Louisiana TodayBATON t iPoocliforAmerlcans' I

** tend to think ROUGE La. (AP) boosted the cost of a marriage i

of it a* Hawaiian In origin AT R&R The cost of getting married In license from $3.50 to $5. The In. Dishby
Louisiana rose $1.50 at noon to crease was necessary because Scout Chicken
the guitar In company
< of the cost of handling paperwork
with the ukulele made its Our Special day.A bill signed Into law by Gov. Gaynor Maddox, Newspaper Enterprise Ann

way to the Inland from Individualityin John J. McKeithen Tuesday)
Madeira in 1879. The steel Many of the 50000 Boy Cover simmer about 45 minute 766 Fifth Avenue, South NapUs, Fl..

guitar, however, U of Hawaiian . Scouts who attended their *. or until chicken is ten
origin and ass invented sixth National Jamboree in der Stir now and thenONESTOGA .

before the turn of GIFTS Everything Valley Forge. Pa were good BIG HEAVY 27x48
GARDEN short order cooks. A large
the century. for making (
INTERIORS portion of the mountains of
((10\ senlngi)
For the moat complete meat and poultry and con
densed soup was used in I teaspoon salt
and lanting pleasure and
I fun recipes the scouts themselves I pound elbow macaroni
fulfillment it home and r r . from .
ComIng Soon developed and trail tested 2 tablespoons shortening
the mot baiiie start on FURNISHEDMODEL hand tools to Here are two of their I l'i' pound ground beef

your career select a fin a recipes. Quick and filing, I can 111 ounces) condensed -
organ or piano from VAN U fertilizer. Come they Mill please busy mothers chill beef soup
DKR VEER MUSIC CENTFR. In l who must feed ravenous I can ((10'j ounces) condensed
1919 91h St. Call GULF TOWERS in & let's getacquainted. young scouts, as well as the tomato soup

Ml 2-632 for pe"onallll' rest of the familyDELAtVARE I can (lO'i ounces) condensed

formation. APARTMENTS GAPCHICKEN tegetarlantegrtable soup 2 for 5.00

COME IN AND LOOK I soup can water
TilE LARGEST ANNOUNCINGNEW ((10 senlnct) Bring 4 quarts water to a
OVER SELECTION OF SIIEET e 4 pounds chicken parts boil add salt While stirring, 100% Rayon -- Tex-A-Grip Back _
; c nSotJI1C. '. flours gradually add macaroni. Boil
SOUTHWEST FLOR- cup butter briskly for 10 minutes or White Beige Brown Pink
IN Z cans ((10't ounces each) until macaroni Is tender.
IDA. I-t': j J : J OP Condensed chicken Meanwhile in large pot melt Orange Blue Green -

Van Der Veer gumbo. soup shortening, add broken-up Grey
1290 Third St. So. 1 soup can water beef and fry. stirring occasionally

Member Naples Garden Spot I cup ketchup When meat 'ls slightly
Music Center Dust chicken with flour In browned blend in soups Gold.ON

American Institute two large skillets, brown and water Heat. Drain macaroni

Naples Shopping Center_ I IPh. Interior Designer. 467 5th Ave. So. MI 2-2MO chicken In butter Stir In add to soup mixture; SALE THURS. 9 A.M.

"""" MI 2-66M soup, water and ketchup. mix well.


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Goldwater Backers' View:

!tbt m Nt\tJs ..,;...;'O: .. T Tji ,.
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-, ill I Ir' I - -t' BRUCE BIOSSAT
L I Washington

: d Newspaper Enterprise Assn.CHICAGO .

Commission Holds l/: :: ... I _. III'
The Tax Line ; t hot still and
.. . 'Or'I NEA-The( ) evening was so
I:},f I ,'.' U'$, ..,.Jt man's elbow stuck to a magazine as he leaned on I
".' . Stable. Yet a duster of Sen. Barr Goldwater's followers
News that Collier Countians will enjoy testional fortitude to turn them down, ;. :.J. leaped to the challenge to say ey would have him dt i

a reduction In taxes for the coming particularly so In view of the fact that ,.. / I I II if he Gathered were to in become a spacious y&* home, speaking freely and

year, even though the millage rate will commissioners must regularly ask votersto . earnestly to pointed inquiries designed to draw them out
Goldwater to them i is not the
actually be .06 mill higher, should result return them to office. :ii'. L: advocate of swiftly a positive Indicated program that etched in clear specifics.

In some kind words for members of Mrs Margaret Scott, long-time Collier : I
PRIME: MOVER than as a road i
the Board of County Commissioners. County clerk, expressed the belief thatIt I block-a hope perhaps their last hope, of slowing if not at,
Some Collier is the first time in 1 10: '. v'rtfE the balloon of
Countians may be puzzled years that a ; resting the Negro revolution, of deflating bib
by the fact that their taxes will be reduction In millage (other than for debt tf WFQ O )1 : government of introducing into high councils a refreshinghonesty

reduced even though the millage rate service) has been possible Very few I I and candor.
Said one tanned, articulate woman:
will be infinitesimally! larger during the counties, particularly those enjoying| the "Goldwater Is a rugged: red-blooded American who win

coming year. The answer is quite simple tremendous growth that we are, have J: 1 I It stand up and tell everybody to go to hell.
been able Another woman, slim and bespectacled, added:
The County Commission can not reduce to give taxpayers a reductionin s think we would act if
"He would act as president as we wewere
bond levies, but it can, and has, recent years. t I ; I in there"

reduced the cost of conducting Its local Of course, oldtimers still rememberthe At the core of these attitudes Is the strongly held notion

business. That's about the simplest "taxpayer's holiday" that occurred \ that Barry Goldwater who won the 1964 GOP nomination
wayto at in
through some of the most skillful political planning years,
put It. here In 1946-47 To the best of our is above ordinary politics

In other words, when the county knowledge, it has never before, or since, To these followers he is a man apart, who stands clean,

sells bonds to finance, say, constructionof happened In any county in Florida a fresh, untouched by the sordid deals and compromises which

the new county courthouse the rate and probably In the whole United States. sully Frankly the image distressed of many at politicians.the 30'year course of history, acknowledging .

for retiring the bonds is irrevocably established According tofA Statement to the membership in the Federation of the Fed.Up,

The amount that must be paid Common Stockholders (Taxpayers) of Col. these people cling to Goldwater as the only thing different to I

toward retiring the bonds is fixed far in lier County, Florida which the County come over the horizon in years.

advance, and the commission has to levy Commission mailed to property owners IT IS THIS DIFFERENCE in his makeup which gives rise
to their faith that he possibly can succeed where all others '
the necessary millage to bring in the that year, this is what happened. have failed, in checking the political, economic and social

required money. It has no alternative "During the war years, when it was tides of which they disapprove.
"At least he'll ," was one comment, not uncommon. "And
The commission can, of course, make practically Impossible to secure labor or "

changes in the taxes used for financingthe materials, the resources of your county "fff-u/l/,1- s-. .. ._,.. someone Here a ought paradox to try.Is noted. Bent hard against the upward

everyday operating expenses of the have been carefully conserved Reason .t: ::::::: = : sweep of big government these people would look to a Presl
able dent Goldwater, a federal official, to attack virtually
county and this It has done taxes sufficient for conservative op- every
have In find
complaint they an they frustrating.
Last year the administration) and up- eration and to provide for emergencies I ......... Some of these Goldwater backers doubt that he can pass ,

keep of the county cost 3.63 mills During Incident to war conditions were levied peo Jein all the reverse-English miracles they would like to see. But !

the coming year, due to some close and any surplus accruing was InvestedIn th The World TodayBy they still want him In the White House as a kind of rearguard
figuring on the budget by commission U. S. Treasury Interest bearing bonds. JAMES MARLOWE

members, the millage will be reducedto ". . as your resources have been news. A..I..411 Puss News Analyit TIIERE IS RECOGNITION that some of today's tides may
be too for the best-Intended
strong even opponent of
3.55 mills.Admittedly. carefully husbanded during the construction i change. Speaking of Negro advances, a woman said feelingly:

the 3.55 mills will bringin holiday, and as you have consistently HOLLYWOOD (AP) Stan WASHINGTON (AP) You mittee which proposed that Con'green We may be in a social revolution, a revolution future historians :

more money than it would have last and promptly paid your taxes In full Laurel Is out of the hospital alter won't know for yean, at least, set up a commission on may say is both good and necessary. But I don't
10 days of tests to correct how much income your senator ethics In government and that like it"
year, due to a whopping $10 million during these trying times, we are pleasedto his Insulin dosage for diabetes. may have In addition to his sal. all members of Congress and She does not really expect then, to have this revolution

Increase in property valuation-but as In announce a much deserved Taxpayer's The 73.ysar.old comedian was ary or where he got It, unlesshe government employee making nullified. But Barry Goldwater is her man to reduce its speed Ito
discharged Sunday from Valley volunteers the Information. above a fixed sum In salary be make it less irritating and comfortable '
every other business (and running the holidays There will be NO TAX LEVY more to live with.
Doctor Hospital and returnedto He s going to keep his outside compelled to disclose their In.
county Is a business) the cost of operating WHATSOEVER FOR THE FISCAL YEAR his apartment In nearby San- financial interests, If any, to come, assets, and all dealings in

the county has gone up, too. Salary 19461947. ta Monica, where he live. with himself. securities andcommodltles.
raises for personnel, an Increase In thesheriff's That probably never will happen hi. wife, Ida. That's the long and short of Congress brushed It off. The Best of BoyleBY
whole life last
Laurel and the late Oliver what happened this week when question got new
budget, end other increasedcosts again and probably shouldn't. It was Hardy formed one of: the mov. senators were confronted with year in the Senate's embarrass. HAL BOYLE

had to be provided for. the result of a World War ies' most famous comedy various proposals that they re. merit of Bobby Baker, who had

It was no easy task for commissioners We join with all Collier County tax team. veal scrutiny.their Income for public been cratic secretary majority of in the the Demo.Senate NEW YORK CAP) -When you died down stairs for $3. Claire

to prune the budget. Many requestsfor payers In expressing appreciation to the UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. Instead, the Senate supportedan for years. lie quit his Job last look at show business real close, proved equally thrifty in learningto

funds were backed by strong pressure County Commission for holding the tax Foreign Minister Rene Chalm. Idea of Sen. Everett M.Dirksen Oct. 7. you wonder why"It tsnt called play the Instrument. A friend
Senate This was when it became "dough business. was paying 73:; cents for piano
groups and Individuals. It took In- line NOW. ers mint of: deserves Haiti lay vast his economic govern leader and, long-time Republican foe of *f. known he had wide.ranging interests It takes money as well as talent lessons Claire paid the girl V:,
and deals while It costs about much cents lesson to the infor.
aid from the United States be. forts to make the Senate do working as pass
cause U has consistently unto Itself what it does to for the Senate. The Senate then money now to develop a new matlon on to her
ported U.S. foreign policy suQu others disclose outside Income. authorized its Rules Committeeto night club act as it does to buy a For years the sisters sang for
i About $100 million over a 10. The Dirksen idea calls for a Investigate to see whether three-bedroom house in the sub peanuts on local radio stations V '
I, commission to make two. Baker's outside activities had urbs. It costs as much as it did and at social functions. Their
E year period would do nicely, a year
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Chalmers told a news confer study of the whole question of conflicted with his official to put on a Broadway drama big amnion was to get $10 for a
once. morals among employee of gov. duties. only a generation ago. single performance When they
The United States cut off aid ernment in all Its branches. But The Senate additionally au. For example, let us take the finally got the $10.well, the
to Haiti two years ago because the Senate still wouldn't haveto thorlzed investigation into the financial case of Claire and Merna Barry, check bounced.
I! of the repressive dictatorship of do anything about itself, no or business Interests or currently on the nation's supper Finally, they landed on a reg.
t President Francois Duvaller. matter what the commission activities of any officer or em. club circuit. ular radio program which re.
Until then, Haiti had been recommended. ploye of the Senate but-the The two singing sisters earn a quired them to learn 28 new
atRowN getting about 112.5 million a Years ago Congress passed Senate didn't authorize an In. four-figure salary for a single songs a week This, they feel,
vestlgatlon of senator who night's engagement But they enabled them to build a ver.
rf0 year from the United States. and later tightened, a law to any up
AND prevent conflict of Interest might have been mixed up with estimate they will spend upwardof utile repertorie which helped
NEW YORK (AP) JamesJ among employee of the execu. Baker $26,000 to prepare a new rou. spur their career
Fahey, who collects rubbishand tlve branch of government, such The Rules Committee disclosed tine for an opening here Aug. They sing songs in nine Ian.
royalties, 1* Garbage Man 17. guages Jtaltan, Russian, Span.
of the Year. conflict meaning the mixing of that while Baker Sen. Where does the money go? Ish, French, Hebrew, German,
The 40.year.old bachelor was a government job with personal ate majority pay was $19,600 a "Well, we have to have special Greek, Yiddish, and English
i honored Monday by the Refuse outside gain. year he had accumulated a business material, since we're plan In addition to starring on
O Removal Journal for his "out. For example men appointedto fortune of $447,849. He refused ning to use 11 new songs," said most of the top U.S. television
\ standing contribution to the In. high position by the president to testify and thus avoided Claire. "We also need a vocal shows, they have been featuredon
dustry." must get rid of stock they hold answering any questions arranger, orchestral arranger, West German television in
"Jim Fahey has upgraded the in companies dealing with the In Its final report July 9 the copyist, lyricist, choreographer, Munich, toured the Soviet Union
garbage man," said a spokes government But this does not committee accused Baker of wardrobe designer, and extra with Ed Sullivan, made scoresof
man for the trade journal. apply to members of Congressor 'many gross improprieties." musicians recordings
Fahey became a man of lit. its employes. As a result of its work the "Then there's the wardrobe", Each sister is married to a
ter and literature last year Congress has been urged to committee proposed that senators added Merna. "Gowns can run successful businessman
when he published "Pacific War take action about Itself for more be required to Identify their up to $750 apiece, or even $1,500
Diary 1842.1945," an account of than a dozen years by some lib. outside financial Interests. with accessories QUICK QUIZ I
his experiences as a seaman eral) senators like Paul Douglasof Specifically, this called for Other Incidental expenses,
.4f..t' aboard a cruiser. He has donat. Dllnols and Joseph S. Clarkof senators and Senate employes such as management and publi.
(tllf v I\. ed all royalties to charity, and Pennsylvania Democratsand earning over $10,000 a year to city, hike the total cost. Q-lias any man running
AMA N.r, live on the $100 a week he Clifford P. Case, New Jer. disclose yearly their major outside But if it Is expensive to stay In for United States president
-,1 earns driving a garbage truckIn sey Republican. financial Interests but not the big time, both girls feel it is defeated two former presidents -
"I'd like to buy a gift certificate for a hypochondriac friend" Waltham, Mass. In 1951 Douglas headed a com. the value of their holdings nor worthwhile. Their climb to suc. in the same election
.... the Income derived from them.
cess was a steady struggle.The A-Woodrow Wilson did so
,:, ." ::'::4, : me Senate squelched this. It
girls have been in
1fU TIIi. singing election of 1912 when
TI .. .
.. .
l : ':,.;.. """ .: : did the same to an even tougher professionally since Claire he .
was defeated Theodore Roosevelt
The Atmosphere as Well as the FactsThe 11 WAR.MAP.I..IE SM'I proposal by Sen. John J. Wil 8 and Merna 6. Money was and William Howard Taft,
i I'i I ; ALAvi 0 ANTE Hams, Delaware Republicanwho scarce in their early days.

first questions related to sex was established in the schools on goee2 RCPATACROSS vestlgation.triggered He wanted the Baker senators In. They lived In a small apart. Q-What cathedral has the

come early in childhood. Over the the theory, according to a teach en'manual :24 Thoroughfarei DEe. ERN E. P G. and their employes to list each ment In the Bronx and the faml. highest Spire
. ly couldn't afford to buy a pl. .
the home ATE R asset in addition to world's highest Cathedral
that families
years responses by often cannot 1 disclosingtheir ano. Eventually the
family .
28, Oriental MOT H. D N V S R 0 tax spire is the 528 foot
church, and school and the attitudes provide "the necessary guidance." 5 Male income returns above them moved away and
potentate A M .05 E Y. 5'"' E D The Senate also threw out a spire of Ulm Cathedral In
thus disclosed shape ma. The PTA speaker. Dr Mary C. left a piano In the apartment be.
a..tphorism 29. Cultivate NICER 0 LEO. move by Clark to require a de. Germany. Although the gothic
turing thoughts and feelings The Calderone, suggested an extensive II land NO. ANT t I. L U Co tailed listing of all holdings, income cause, It cost too much to moveit edifice was begun in 1377, the

present international concern over program of sex education begin : land rlctlonU meat 30 Ropy POTATO SPINE and gifts The Barry girls had it trun. tower was not completed until
sex education suggests a new rec. ning in first grade and continuing ure 33 Penetrate 0 u T 5 5 0 L I C I T 1890

ognition that for many individualsthe through high school. On another U hull or 36: Help I S A x E R. E ETA
precept and example of the occasion she had pointed out that cream 37 Armpit Does It Work? .. .K .. .Kusesreetswre .

older generation have been a fall an advantage of such instructionin 14 Shipped 3&ackavy SOLUTION OF YISTIIOAY PUZZllH

the lower grades is that then Plien' 42, Disputant P0\\\ H. Indaumed 1fpIl0
tangle PHOTOPM
ure.Most 45, Car 1. Plate 9. Three-toed (
recently a speaker at the "emotional connotation and reaction a
17 Loathing 46. !Hooter 2, \nc Crtheater .loth! IN IltrflJf FOil A MOVnatg
convention of the Parent is its lowest"This
Chicago at
19 Mucalcu' 47. Twilight 10 Tim ___ es5&+ ,iry::: eJwoes6MIAROR
Teacher Association put it this is something for every late 48. Pavilion 3. Departed 16. Frxxh 'io..l.V IaMTS ,?
way: school board to consider. The sub 20 Symbol for 49 Turn right 4, Domestic 18. Horn ARCHeOLOGISTS'. .vI"" l lipDWITU CAMERA

"In our revolt against our Puritan ject is so personal that one's nat. 'ktorv' 50 Stripling l 1 Objectives 22 Urge JYTwifl TUPES o!'sr llllliD MDACAMUA t.f'CIL UMP, ,.'..".
tradition that 'sex is bad' and ural hope is that it can be success. 21. Iremher i 51. Gr underground 6: Galena 23: Sunbeam C/elt/T4TAONS.,,Ai7ENO3ITNEiHOT0 R06a. e
man 7 24 Thai girl I
in our effort to establish in the fully dealt with in the home and hay 2$. :2.000 Ibi 0 TUSE
minds of our children that 'sex is the church. The danger in school 26 edge I over
iI J. I J s T J e ,. IN Tilt UCllfOt.OfIS7"IXl'lOllfTH ,' : ."
good, we have done a half-baked presentation is that conflicting an altar >IIS.IIIIOfllUIJIHID -

job. moral points of view could lead to u .i 27 Headedthe I / 7Qt11j Alt llNSFip'
Derecreo +
Earlier! this year the Academyof an impossible attempt to discuss 311leaduw can INS RUMRN7J ersrsMk OR ,,
Religion and Mental Health, sex in a moral vacuum-as a stu IT 'I I' barley\ !cEGTR/CDsTeCycs;

meeting in New York, was told that dent faction in Sweden is reportedly ,I' ., I 32' Imagine I rj TN/ ,"NOTOHOUNSEIl"D NT/Ll7 9yAADJ

increasing sexual activity among advocating 34 I'tinotthvixrbule Hti7i OH 7Ht fLOOl kee
younger teen-agers reflects parents' Yet it must be sadly admitted r : e/ 17 It iO Of IHt JOMlT yI
3) llonnb
confusion about and educa that the for ,
sex sex atmosphere moral as 15 Ja 11 : U badge
tion.At well as factual discussion of sex is 39 CunibNitl' '
about the same time a com- better in some school than !tit some 2J 3e JI ble matter 1' ,
mittee of the British Medical Association homes. It is the atmosphere as Jr J' JS Jt 40 Jenote! M. ' IFNSFS

was largely blaming failures much as the facts themselves, E0 41 "; 2Jr1sew7M'e141RMIAND ) 4 0TewcaTHEINOTOAROee

of upbringing for what it which dispels ignorance!; and encourages JI JI H 1s II 4folloH puset : MAv48OYRCANl004N/0 7,4

called serious problem of prom. ,: healthy altitudes\ The PAisM
a : 'U fJ H If$ ither 7IIIL 7 AND i
iscuity among young people. In current reminders of failure should 43 female r- i Tl/tJl Jll/fS AlII 0 I PWOTOORAPNJ rHIN nCCD 10-, \ taETNER100erMNacoengTE a a.

Sweden, church and government cause both parents and communities 4, 41 I.' 'U..h i > / laM/
lltu St. 1'1"11I1" TNI 10M.AND ANrOeTrreCOeltgn
commissions were studying fresh to see whether they are doing( 11 SI IS' t tart -, 11S CON 711t TJ. *
approaches to sex education, which their part. N IfIWM etavS A \ S looVAYAkeeNOcDN
r ?
-The Christian Science Monitor Far lime 23 mm Ae N..w..r-.n Atf MROf TOeecoveh .


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Wedn".diy. July :/9. 1l6! COLLIER ('(It NTY NEWS 5
Comedian Says He Deals With : I'' : .t' : Kiwanis TunesIn --- -

t Frustrations, Not Solutions tr'n- RecordingOf Regan Talk flTHE NAPLES --

I LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)-+"J "Right now I'm In the position '
don't com up with '. KiwaiUai meeting Monday Notebook '
any an. -tor the first time In m> meet
avers. I just deal with frustra. being able to pick and hoi.se .i night at t Bar"Mil's stamped I recording -

tlons. what I want to do In the enter of a speech nude by
"If I had solutions, I could talnment field novte+ actor Ronald Reagan M (Contiaaed trots page 3)

III I have It made." King is a television regvUi "most thought provoking" and

'\ This Is Alan King, a 37.year. does about three or four ni 'lit one of the leading programs of

old known comic as who a monolojulst prefer to and be club engagements a year .Ilid, 'he year. hostile forces He was serving as special I staff officer
(1d ) appears annually at conuntibanquets "a The speech was made before
tIt when here, spent moat of his off. throughout the ''ur', about 15,000 MwanUni at the In- and chief of the Civic Action Team
state time ti
t pool at a hotel lounging In Las around the try. l :crnatlonal Convention held re* Before meeting their family Mr, and Mrs Posvick

where he performed Vegas King, his wife, Jeannette, ai i truly In Los ,Vngelei, and dealt expect to spend two or three weeks in Wisconsin and
nightly two sons, Robert, 13, and! Ar.: ,
E't For one who started his show drew, 9, live In King's Point, Hi p"htrs of central gov 'rnon Minnesota,
E'g t business career at the age of 12, Long Island. : and problem ,if (nc day

singing for pennies on Brooklyn "Now, I can spend most 01 the Ue.i,;iN covered a wide score VERSATILE VISITOR
E'I street corners, it would seem year with my family. It useit 'I t foveimnent activities! IncuJIn -
Dr. Emil here his sis'tar
the Lengyel recently was to visit
E'a fasUalklng comedian with be they were either on the road ,,taxesdebt,foreign aid,social
right the rasping voice had It made with me or we never saw eat It security, firm program, federal Dr, Giield Pauncz He is a retired professor from

"That's now not the wan It works other," he says housing, welfare, unemployment Nsw York University and now heads the history depart.
I The schedule has permitted Individual rights, rights of eminent -
E'I though," he says. ment at Fairleigh Dickinson University in New JerseyDr
King to branch out Into other i domain, and the newly
fields. posed plan to handle school dropouts ", Lengyel is described as an author, world traveller,

He turned out his first book lecturer, feature writer and foreign correspondent for
Much Needed one of his "long stays" with his
family in 1962 jS "Government today Is bigger leading American newspapers since 1927

I 1i The book, "Anyone Who Owns than congress and beyond the Dr Lengyel was born in Budapest and served with
Rains His Home Deserves It," sold comprehension of the people
Bringing the Hungarian army in World War I I. It was as a prisoner
more than 300,000 hard over J Government bureaus once established -
and paperback copies, and KingIs { tend to take on Immortality of the Russians that he wrote his first book, Cattle Car

i I Misery To IndiaNEW hoping for an even warmer : seeding< more power and Express" He has produced many books in the intervening .

reception for his newest" effort, more money." years concerning timely events in Europe, Asia, and
(AP- "Milking a Sacred Cow. From a
The rain beats harder and fast. The title of that book repre. political angleReagansaid Africa, Two of his latest are, "Changing Middle East"
"We cannot afford the
er Weeds bend under the pelt sents the key to King's brand of of and "World Without End Middle East,"
luxury a family ThereIs
I fight.
Ing. Puddles form Rivulets ooze humor.
Into crude shelters where faml. "That's what my whole ,,:t no left or right wing, there Dr Pauncz has tentative plans to see her brother

lies huddle against the down. amounts to. I attack Insuran Is either up or down." again soon in New York

I pour. companies, airlines, car and ,:1. 4 He pointed out that history records If it is true that the "early bird gets the worm,,
All across the vast subcontl. garette manufacturers, doctors.In no nation,taking more than (
I : nent the hard, driving rains of short, any group or organl.;a. a kI one third of Individual and bus the Naples Hospital Auxiliary should do well with ''tau'

the monsoon have unleashed tlon which deals out frustrationto r tt1.A iness earning in taxes, has ever Christmas card project. They have set up a display and
their fury. And India's ragged customers as a side produt survived "Taxes In the ,
today sent out notices (in rhyme, yet urging l"wryn1! to chc 'se
masses, always stalked by "Every audience Is packed
United take
I disease ,. 6I States 37 per cent thor cards early Contact any auxiliary 111+ mb,'r for more
hunger, and poverty, with people who've had trouble +sf, t of those earnings;'
are prey to the rampaging el.. getting flights, fought delays "Child prayers In the schools Information
merits which are unexplainable, had
To four out of five of India's trouble collecting from Insurance + t t'I endanger. our religious free-

I 46! million people, existing companies. I could go on doms; said Reagan In a refer- 'TV, t RadIo' IJ
hand-to-mouth In remote vil. all day. ence to further governmental :* :*:' :
lages of festering slums, the The professional funnyman Is power

monsoon means two to four best known for one of \his off. Reagan quoted facts and! figureson H1 J \NTIIIA UWI) HinclentliHiM' .' mi alh
//r months of mud, mildew and stage witticisms. central governmental activities AT Tc'lpvli.hlll.lI.1I1u Write, Mi ilelorniln, d 1 I.
massive misery. Alter a 1958 command per 111 V " Downpours day after day turn formance before Queen Eliza freedoms lie said there and popular affcdlon, however lull are hand) outside his
much of the world's second beth II of England, King was FAIREST FLGHIDIANS AT WORLD FAil I Miss Florida Pavilion\ Is no appeasement, It Is either much diMlrcd. l>\ an actor, arc tire,sin\?. HNim lie ride: a MCI.i.la .
most populous nation Into a lined up with the rest of the was chosen recentlY from a l bevy of bi dutiful) hostossis working at fight or surrender. in>t always: unmixed l,lossin :s around the studio and, at

nightmarish quagmire.The cast to meet the queen. the state's exhibition. here Miss\ Dixie Carol Lynn Blum of Miami "It's Ray WaUton, the Actors Slu. home, open pedals two miles up
fact of hot, dry India Is When Elizabeth reached the Beach, presents the Miss Florida Pavilion\ trophy to Karen Roberts of your fight" he against government dlo alumnus and Proait a6laci >' a steep hili.Telovhilon.

I I transformed. Quiet rivers and comic, she said, 'I'm delightedto Gainesville, Fla., who is flanked by the lunners-up, Jackie Cans (left) powers said. > veteran who 1 playa the title repertory, started
Holbrook of the Inter-
streams churn out of their meet Mr last with "Rich
King. season NDC's
you Palm Beach role l In C 11f; "My tiivoiUpMaitlan >
representing County, and Joy Cramer of Pom
banks. Hundreds of vll. pa no leach county Telephone and Telegraph
King replied "And a pleasureto The ," 1I1| 'nt all of last m'a. ard Boone anthology se
lages, drought-stricken beforethe meet you, Mrs Queen" beauty pageant was staged at the Mackh>.built letiiement home Co., has the recording and Is son emotional! torn 1*'twccu Nee, will lie attempted again

rains, are swept by muddy "I never like to really of. In thp Flonda State Exhibition area and was judged by members of willing to lend It to oilier civic tin Joy of Mai'rliiii In a I lilt m>rlami <>. next season on CDS' weekly revue .
water. Dusty roads winding fend," he says 'I pick on the the New York 1>l'ess.Congressman. clubs or organizations which stewing lx>rauw> hi wan series, "The Entertainers,"

through parched wastelands are audiences a little, but only on might br Interested, It was announced convinced l IIP was tpt>.rasl, (lie Carol Burnett, Bob Newhart and
suddenly awash. Scorched plots the things they have In common actor's worst ImcuUni Calrrlna Valunle will be the
where peasants scratch out a wth: everybody else-including This fear now hl" lion ban. ahow toppers, but the companywill
living become marshy graves of myself." Credits CCC Ulml, Twp' days after prudur.lion Includo a number of young:;

ruined crops. Mud seems to en. "I always felt if you've got .LONDON CRITICS PICK of "In* Cite rnrn..I.ralltall) nltwcoml'rs.
gulf the land. something to sell, you can't do It BROADWAY ,sluit down fur the 1 ....II/IIIn. Wal. NBC Is Increasing the numberof
Summer rains are vital for if you're going to spit In peo. IMPORT' felon was falli'it l to rl'plate| Peter shows It will present In color
food production In India, still pies' faces." With LOMNlto," < (AIM) w llrouJway'tf''Sellers:; felled by a heart at next season, Including! among

far from agricultural self-suffi\ "And the only thing I've got to Giving Him Big ,:Boost, . tilt "A Funny Thing llapprned t at'k, Il Ml\ V Mlldrr's film <.mn.edj oilier, "That Was the Week

ciency. But when the monsoon sell U what I was born with" . S :, tin thehy lo the Forum"picked wee ) "Kiss MI'SluII111.] I That Was "
is severe, as It was in June and hy London tiltict M the t..llJJ:1'.1cyl' :> : II.IOJtn''iI' ,l Rowan and Martin the

most of July, the always troublesome WASHINGTON '(AP)-On ,Roybal, went onto attend the'.\IIJ1: T'ey(' .w r. ps1t, 13O,, ;',"r. ( ; i -. -- -- \\III1\"O. '' ,,..: w l N h7iPr". 'itt'af Ma,. ayhttoans Laid, d,indulatelJdtfll1late.evening :
I, problem of feeding In. congressman has a right arm University of California and mguth$ lot widen: they kept $3 *t'l .Jeuenm i "X|'lutiiinl. "I hid' a small roll AIIC show Ihlf. fall,
dla's hungry millions becomes Jay North, 12, more muscular than his left Southwestern University In Los and sent $23 home to their,par The ttir of the production In 'The Apartment. ,' and Wilder]U ruiipl i>f snasons bad Ma/tln glayed
j critical. from swinging an ax long time Angeles After Army service he enl\., \i'renytl4 |"U>*.,J. *<.",J"P rlMai tuM ate tlint l that xuiii
jI jj I r The Indian government has Has Comeback ago In something called the went Into politics, got elected to lie said their right sides de. fhe kiinultiut niunlcal afar In a :'ixnl pate for mi, Ho ri> n.Mlbur, for awhile, V-
smothered the flames of crisis ; Civilian Conservation Corps, the City Council and' then to viloped more than their left the poll c j this summer through huge also known as the CCC. Congress tUes from constantly swingingan can trade pyblicntion, Variety, WaUtim winks at hilt ittlnK as Iton't H' A Mttrrhuf

,; wheat and rice purchases from Now In Movies The Initials may be unfamiliar ax. "Even today, I still have
did do In the CCC?
the United States, Pakistan and now, but the CCC loomed What they that," the 48-year-old congress,
Australia.The HOLLYWOOD (AP:)oonsld- very large In the depression Roybal was sent to Camp man laid

monsoon can be a bles. er the plight of Jay North-12 years In the 1930s. It was one of Buckeye In Sequoia National Such a program today, Roy.

sing to India, with gentle rains years old and making a come. Franklin D. Roosevelt's weapons Park In Northern California. bal says, would! help the "young

that paint the land green, help back. against Joblessness, set The camp was run by the Army fellow who has no place to go, .
the crops and relieve the heat. Jay Is the bright.faced lad up especially for unemployed, and the young men lived In who Is doing nothing on the .
But this summer's monsoon will who starred for four years as Rep. Edward R. Roybal D. semimllttary fashion street corner. It would give him JULY MID SUMMERCLEARANCE

be remembered as one that did "Dennis the Menace" In the Calif., remembers well. In h34he Their main Job was road an opportunity to start at the
more harm and caused more popular television series. A year was Just out of high school, building and clearing firebreaks corps level and advance him.
suffering than anything else. ago the show faded from the oldest of eight children of a In the forests Small soil si If.
air, the victim of lagging rat. Mexican-American family, living conservation dams were built Roybal's own verdict: "I'm
Ings and its star's continuing in a tough Los Angeles and they were called upon to very proud that I was a mem.
Cooler Weather growth. It became a bit difficult neighborhood There were no fight forest ft res ber of the C's. It was the most

to have Jay portray the stubby, Jobs. There was no money They lived In tents, eight to a terrific thing that ever hap.
Hits Mid-West mls<'hler.maklng preschoolerwhen Roybal Joined the Civilian tent, with 258 men in his CCC pened to me."
By THE ACSOCIATEDPRESS he was obviously pushing Conservation Corps. -
toward puberty. "The days I spent In the C's '
Cooler weather spread today
What happened after the show the of (
were happiest days
Into the middle Mississippi Valley my
and the Great Lakes area was dropped? life," he said recently, "!lad it I/Gftd/2dicl/ i ;l t/iC'uu! /ris
"Oh, I did a 'Wagon Train' not been for the CCC, 1 would .
behind a front which developed
and some other shows," he said not have gone on to an Inst'tlon '**. 3 BIG DAYS-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.
thundershowers In the Ohio Val.
ley and Southern Plains "And a lot of personal appearances of higher learning"
too. President Johnson'
war on
The eastern states except for
extreme northern Maine contin.l Now he's back In movies and poverty program Includes a Job
starring In "Zebra In the Kitch. corps. That Is patterned largelyon
I ued to swelter In near.90 weath.
en,'' another film from animal Roosevelt's old CCC.
er, and Dixie was hot alsoWEATHER
lover Ivan Tors, producer of Asked what "the C's," as he TrustworthyLoyal
"Flipper" and Rhino." This calls It, had done for him, Roy.

time Tore Is unleashing the entire bal said that in Los Angeles' SAVINGSUP

zoo, or at least Jay Is.fhe tough Boyle Heights, "as a
movie has been a ball for member of a minority I saw a
High Low Prllbany Jay, who Is crazy about ant great deal of discrimination.
mail. It also might open a There was a lack of Jobs and
cloudy 96 73
whole new career for the lad. education. Going to the C's Helpful
Albuquerque, cloudy 91 70
He was musing about career made me realize there was a
Atlanta, cloudy 89 72
matters at his Studio City house chance, there was an opening"
Bismarck cloudy 79 49
after a day's work. "Once a started he TO
guy gets ,
Boise clear 94 72
Boston, cloudy 91 71 "I really like acting," he commented said, "then he has a thirst that Friendly
Buffalo, clear 93 71 earnestly ''I love It, In has to be satisfied The biggest %
fact. I'd like to obstacle we had fl
go on acting until was getting
:Chicago: clear 92 70 .59 Courteous
I fet old and die,
:Cincinnati: clear 92 70 03
But what about '
:Cleveland: clear, 93 71 1.51 astronomy
Denver, clear 91 58 05 "Oh, I wanted to be an astronomer Asheville Forbids Kind
last week "
he admit.
Des Moines, clear 98 64
To Smoke
Detroit, clear 94 76 ted, "and a baseball player the Monkeys

Falrbanks, rain 76 57 week before. But what 1 really ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP)-Offlclals AND MORE
want to do is go on acting. I Obedient
Fort Worth, cloudy 101 78 of Ashevllle's Recreation:
Helena, cloudy 83 65 like everything about It." Park Zoo don't necessarilythink :

Honolulu, M M Everything? smoking contributes to
Indianapolis, cloudy 90 73 Well, sometimes I don t likeIt cancer, hut they (ton.t want to Cheerful
Jacksonville, clear 93 M .30 so well when directors get take any chances with the monkey
Juneau, rain 57 50 16 tired and crank: he replied."But *.
even, when the directors Director Charles W. Dermuvi
Kansas City, clear 93 74
Los Angeles, cloudy 86 65 are sad.It's still more fun than said Tuesday four or five persons Thrifty HOME AMD FAMILY
Louisville, cloudy 91 73 .04 have handed lighted ''I Ua' (,
Memphis, cloudy 92 78 'Dennis the Mcnan? relies to monkeys sine the at/c'
Miami, clear 83 81 10 dropped!. Jay Is now( spa rc done opened four years ago. Brave '
Milwaukee, clear 90 67 .01 Ignominy he no :onger must Dermlrd said he has no *nl.det HURRY IN-TOP VALUES
bleached to mal. h
.St.P. clear 93 68New have his ,,"t the Ifrarette! harm tie
Mpls ,
troublemaker. '
cloudy 87 70 .16 the tow.h"Jdt'd animals, M he issued s warn. Clean
Orleans, He has let It crow back to Its ,
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New York, cloudy of A
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Okra City, cloudy 104 73 1.09 Igaretus: to the monk s
Omaha, clear 95 60 colored or lere from the ; nrx.< _ and

Phoenix Philadelphia, cloudy, cloudy 111 89 75 87 ReverentDB SHOP THE CONVENIENT WAY . Charge it

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Rapid City, cloudy 84 60 ALLIED
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1 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday. July 19. mi children chambers swelled them if they
failed the spa test-Mood on tiptoes NEWSBy
in vain attempts to show Washington
War Crimes Trials Revive how big they were. w
I When they failed they often ASSOCIATED PRESS
ran among their examiners_s. {
sembled SS men flexing their

Memories Of Cruel TorturesFRANKFURT arms muscles and shouting they WASHINGTON (AP) As- ure, shortly after the Senate
were strong enough to performany slstant Senate Democratic passed It Tuesday by voice vote
Germany (AP)i, ovens or Into open fires oo as to labor demanded of them. s eY Leader Hubert H. Humphreyhas The Minnesota Democrat said
-A skinny boy stood on his tiptoes spare the costs of more-expen. Their pleas to live were almost delayed at least tempo several senator had told him
swaying slightly back and slve methods of murder Invariably rejected rarllj a "freedom Inform- there should be some discuss! 'n
described how the Sometimes they were spared, it on the measure
forth He strained every muscleIn They have tlon" bill designed to make
an attempt to touch a bar SS Elite Guard staged mock only to be forced to kill their j 1 a sy easier for newsmen!' to challengegovernment Similar legislation has beet
older children own parents in a manner de. .s, before the House Judl.
hanging 9 feet S Inches above courts to terrify '+ agencies which refuse pending
the ground before executing them They signed to "amuse" the SS-such + tl out InformationHumphrey clary Committee for more thar
to five
He couldn't make and broke have told of medical "expert as holding the head of a bound entered a motionfor a year.
into sobs.That menu" performed without and gagged father in a water M1 reconsideration of the meas. Jointly sponsored by Sen F I.
bar meant the difference anesthetics on youngsters by SS trough until he drewned, or pull. ward V. Long, D-Mo, and Sei.
between life and death. Had he physicians and how some chll. ing the trigger of a gun against ate Republican Leader EverettM.
touched It, he would have lived dren fought their tormentorswith a mother's forehead. Dlrksen of Illinois, the 11'".
a little longer as a slave laborerIn a ferocity spawned by d.s. Children who refused were :L Holland, SmathersGo Islation would permit feder
one of the Nails' 250 concen. peratlon.By tossed with their parents alive MajorityOn court suits to challenge the
ration camps. 1141-when the Nazi death into the camps' crematoriumovens With withholding of Information and
This Is one of the memoriesof factories were running in high or onto open gasollne.fed Beef Imports would put the burden of proof n
tortured childhood: revived in gear-the SS WAS extermlnaU fires burning to ashes the gaichambers' the agencies!' to defend their re.
this summer's war crimes trills ing all children under 15 who ar. victims WASHINGTON: (AP) Sens.. fusal to give out Information
In West Germany rived Then Heinrich Hlmmler TRIIMPIIANT TlinnT: "OH STREETS Holland and Smathers of Moilda The bill would also require an
eConJ'o Premier Mouse
discovered that his blanket voted with the majority information
Witnesses'descriptions of suf. rule Ag Department Tshomb lilx, 'itofl l l.jlist lender Antoine and agency's public pol.
: Gizenva
i passed
ne\v agricultureminister as the Senate
Bering and courage often cause tended to slow the flow of slave Tuesday Ides to be published and made
judges and courtroom spectators laborers to industrial plants Alb<' 1 Kalondn rule tiiumphantlthioutfh the streets of 72.15 an administration.01'posed available to the public.
to weep. built by leading German firms Studies SquawksOn Leopold\ille bill to put quotas on Imports of WASHINGTON (AP) Au.
Witnesses have related that in or near the camps. -- beef, veal and mutton. thorlty for the Treasury to mint

pearly all Jewish and Slavic lie modified his order spar. Beef Import Mehren, assistant U.S. Sec re, -That Florida was a receiving 1963, compared with onl)' 8.4 percent 41 million new silver dollars is
Children who arrived at the Inc children too tall to pass un. tary of Agriculture, that Imported point as a seaport state for for the I'.S. as a whole. Included in an appropriations
camps were killed Immediately der the 5Joot-5 bar He thought TALLAHASSEE (AP)-A fed. beef was causing a crisisin shipments of foreign beef in far -Tlwt a substantial amounlof t' Expect HouseTo bill which received filial
by gassing, shooting beating, children that tall were strong era! agriculture department of. the Florida Industry Mehren greater proportion thai most the 'beef was marketed in congressional approval Tues.
hanging or Injections of carbolic enough to work on slave labor ficial was studying the complaints met with state cattlemen and other states Florida rather than being i day
acid administered Into their projects where adult male In. of Florida cattlemen to. Agriculture Commissioner shipped| Into other states. Kill Meat The measure provides$6,233.
:Heart muscles. They have test mates had an average life ex. day about beef Imported into Doyle Conner Tuesafor! talks -that the Imports amounted Conner said sales of Florida 273,000 to operate the Treasuryand
ified that babies born to women peclancy of three months. the state. about Florida problems to some 50 per cent of all heel calves and cattle reached a Bill Post Office departments,
inmates were tossed alive into Witnesses have related how The Import the executive office of the Presl.
'attlemen told George 1.. The ittlemer tali Mehren slaughtered within the state In record $83 mlllloi u 19C3,
dent and some Independent
WASHINGTON (AP) Ad. agencies.It!: .
2 ministration officials toda>' was passed after House
I $ looked to the /House to kill a conferees agreed to a Senate
a meat Import quota bill passedby amendment sponsored by Dem.
an overwhelming 72.IS Sen. ocratlc Leader Mike Mansfield
ate margin. of Montana which provides
The legislation, long sought b)' $600,000 to mint the new cart '!
: the livestock Industry, won wheels at the Denver mint.
I votes from 50 Democrats and 22 WASHINGTON (AP) The
Republicans late Tuesda after General Accounting Office said
.V a slx.hour Senate debate. Tuesday that bad admiiilstra.
1 Only nine Democrats and six Lion of the Army's allotment
Republicans, mostly from Urge! system Is costing the govern.
consumer states, opposed| | It. meat about $2 million a year in
The bill would establish quo. erroneous payments.At .
las on beef, veal and mutton Imports least $340,000 of this am.
based on 1939C3: levels. aunt Is never recovered from
This would mean a cut to about the servicemen who gel the er. i
1.2 billion pounds from the re. roneous payments, the congres.
fit '3 as cord 1.7 bill ion level of last year slonal agency added
a 30 cent reduction
per The most common error, It
The bill s foes said the meas. reported is the failure to make
ure had a strong political appealin proper deductions for U.s, sav.
the Senate because the cattle ings bonds, government life In.
Industry has become nationwideand surance and support of dppen.
affects a majority of the dents on allotment requests.The .
states. GAO said mistakes occur
But they argued the bill would primarily because Army per.
Inevitably lead to higher prices sonnel and finance workers are
and that the consumer Interest not properly trained, do not re.
would be more Important in the main on the job long enough to

.. House. learn it properly, have to per.
0' '' : .. \."'f", The administration was count. form other military duties and
>> ' .-#IiJ r Ing on the strong liberal trade "do not exercise the proper d...
r. :
', . ..::" majority In the House Ways and gree of care in their work" :
". ....... 1It''" "IJ' ,Means Committee, which han. ,
( ) ... dies all such legislation to de.
r ",,1:1:, feat the meat bill.j&The Nashville Tenn, ranks sec.
40".. ; measure's Senate sup. ond only to New York City as
.. porters said that meat Imports the largest center of the mu-
rose to record levels last year sic industry in the United ._(
I and that this was the biggest States because of the Increasing -
TEST factor In a severe fll'l l e drop to popularity of country-flavored
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,wn- f Major LeagueAttendance .
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i Venturi Has Only Has

One Objective: To Win Its Ups, DownsNEW \

Ik15. YORK (AP) The\ ve ,

NEW YORK (AP)-'1 used to $3,848. He was ready to quit ear been talking about dwindling
be ashamed to walk In the clubhouse Her this year when he got a let. ', v ydv baseball attendance In Milwaukee .
," Ken Venturi said. ":'d ter from Father Francis Murra / a and Cleveland.But .

duck my head and sneak to im \ a priest from Burllngame a what about Pittsburgh, a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
locker near Ken's home In essence, fouith-place team relatlxeU few

"I was even afraid to shoot a the priest advised "Keep calm. Pirates' fans are turning out to NEWS WednemUy. July 29, 1961
good round, because I knew I Don't get too elated. Don't get '.?tr watch? 8 COLLIER COUNTY
would rome up with a bad too downcast." The Pirates, who reached a
round. I had no confidence. I These words were floating dub high of 1,709,828 only four
ached Inside. SU months ago I through Venturl's mind when he a. years ago, dipped to 783,64ft in
wanted to ditch It all strode over the long and hazardous home attendance last season. Two Naples Teams
"Then I won the Open. D Congressional course on This sear, they are last In the
changed my whole life. I can the final day of the Opennearly National League with 424,797 -
hold my head vp again. I know I out from heat exhaustion. He about 63,000 behind their low
can play the game Now I can't held on for final rounds of 66.70 1963 pace
wait to get to the club house and for 278, the second lowest score Onltwo other NL clubs are Lose In SoftballSubDistrict
out on the course." ever posted In the America trailing last year's gates St.
Venturi died a thousand Venturi, now 33, was born .. ... ----_.- Louis shows a decrease of 65,269

deaths before he finally slew the May 15, 1931 In Can Francisco, HORSING AROUND-If this horse could run. he'd be In the Kentucky Derby instead of and San Francisco 50,424. The
ghosts of his past failures and son of ship chandler. He was playing games with Jim Gentile on the baseball field at Kansas City. The pony, along Giants, however, and the Los Play
In the National runner.up In the National Juniorat to the crowd look Angeles Dodgers are the cult
disappointments with other equines, had been brought on the field before a game give : a
Open over the steamy Congressional 17, won the San Franciscocity at the door prizes for a subsequent game. The Athletics' second baseman had charge: of big league teams past the one
course at Washington, title at 18 and twice cap. million mark. The Dodgers,
tured the California amateur ti i. this one, which got loose. leading both circuits with 1,562,. PALMETTO-Naples all-atars team of Bradenton shut out Stoneof
D.C.Ten 313 are 48,852 ahead of last each were 90.
years ago he was universally tie sea. and Stone Builders Naples,
hailed as the brightest He married his college I son. San Francisco has drawn 1,. beaten by nine run last night Naples all-stir Jumped out to
prospect In golf heir apparentto sweetheart Connl, shortly after 12 Pitches For WBA May Not 102732. In the first round of the sub. a two-run advantage In the first
the throne soon to be vacatedby finishing San Jose State. They Amputee The circuit shows an overall district Softball touiiament at Inning, but Arcadia bounced back
an aging Ben Hogan have two children Matthew Sanction Clay Increase of 71 6,010, figures com. the Palmetto High Shoal field with seven scores In the secondto
In 1960 now a pro, Venturi Bruce, 8, and Timothy, 4.Venturt' piled by The Associated Press The all-stars inrelv nunag. take a good lead. In the Na.
seemed to have the Masters credo Is slmplet "I showed Wednesday Ing to field nine pla\etsb\. plea list Inning, two runs scor.
won when Arnold Palmer have only one obje.tlvethat Is Little League; Team T WinsTIPTON Liston RematchMIAMI The Braves, rumored to beheading felt time, lost to An' idU All. ed without aid of a hit.
urged In with birdies on the fl- to win. I'd rather win one championship from Milwaukee to Stars No. 2, 11.2 In the second Chuck Kelly led off with walk
than finish second In adoyen. BEACH (AP) The Atlanta next year, actually are the veteran Tropicana and hustled to third on RollleRII'e'lu'rlft'e
holes to win
nal two by a Okla. (APLessthan Is letting me play. I know I'm World Boxing Association will 44 per cent ahead of 1963. They contest bunt Kelly scor. ,
stroke.In a vear ago a heartbroken not as good as I was, but I'maura decide late next month whether have first to
617,599 to County the throw from
his first four years alter &:I. year. old Little Leaguer not going to give up." to sanction a heavyweight title Stadium eel as Wheeler
to Jim
compared In wide
turning pro in 1956 he won 10 sobbed but vowed he would And he probably won't. Doctors Cassias 428,967 third was
rematch between champion -
as many 1963 home dates. walked and scored on a seriesof
tournaments In 1960 he collect. Deaths walk again someday were amazed at his progress Liston. LeagueLeaders I '
Players' Clay and Sonny .
The New
York Mets have wild pitches by Arcadia pitilwr
ed $41,230 in official earnings.However It was Sept. 10, 1963, and while he was In the hospi The question will be decidedby played before In
950,042 new Tom Dees.
he 'n.v.r
crashed Stanley Manning had Just been tal.And membership of the association Shea Stadium, a gain of 307.7CO That was all the scoring for
through to challenge Palmer for Leaves Gap InBears' told his right leg had been am. one nurse said, 'When he at Its annual convention
over 1983 when the Polo only
the No. 1 position In golf putated at the knee. Stanley-r was first moved to our floor we Aug. 26.30 In Norfolk, Va.,Pres- Grounds Naples, as Dees gave up
was their home. the both
In February 1962, Venturi was OffenseRENSSELAER Bub, as he Is called "tried to would go In to see him and our Ident Ed Lassman said today. Other NL teams with atten. National League two hits during lie laid a game safe, bunt
playing a pro-am tournament In hold back his tears but the /heart would nearly break. We by <'e.
be Cle.:
"This Is too Important to dance gains are the Phlladel. Batting (223 at bats)- down the third-base line In the
Palm Springs, Calif., when he Ind. (AP)-, thought he might never again knew he was in severe pain but decided by a handful of men," phla Phillies 209,673, Houston mente, Pittsburgh .343; WII. third Inning and In the ..pventhRI'e
leaned over to pluck a ball The deaths of halfback Willie play baseball was too much for he would always manage a Lassman said, referring to theWBA' and Cincinnati Reds 6783. Hams, Chicago, ..341.RunsMaya doubled to rlght.'enter.Run .
from the cup. Something I Galimore and end John Farrlng. him. smile. After a while we quit Executive Committee. Cleveland Is one of only four San Francisco, Stahlm.ln! without muchtime
snapped In Ms spine He tried ton In a Sunday night auto I His leg was severed when he feeling sorry for him and started "I've decided that this matter American League teams In 80; Allen, Philadelphia, 73. to warm before, the game
all sorts of remedies. Nothing crash have left gaps in the offense ,,was struck by a car while riding sending youngster down to should be decided by the entire front of last season's figures. Runs batted In-Boyer, St. retired Arcadia In order

worked.strlcted.His HIS golf swing was re. of the National Football his bicycle In Tipton. visit our smiling boy." membership. The Indians' total Is only 429,. Louis, 75; Santo, Chicago, 73. began III the, first inning But tithe
game suffered Months passed for him In a An don't know whether the Milts Williams Chicago 132
League champion Chicago Associated Press story "I 649, representing an Increase of ; second Arcadia picked up seven
He won only $6,951 1962not Bears that will be difficult to I hospital at nearby Lawton, but told of Bub' misfortunes and membership will approve It." 17,246. Clemente, Pittsburgh 129. five walks a hit batter
runs on ,
even hamburger money. In 1963 fill. he never lost his desire to weara mall began pouring in from Clay and Liston signed for the The Baltimore Orioles, surprise : oubles-Wllllam., Chicagoan and doubles by Calvin Waldron

It was worse. He collected only Replacing Call mo re, In partlc."ular baseball uniform lira In. throughout the nation. At least rematch Monday. The bout pennant-contenders, have ) Clemente, Pittsburgh, 25.TrlplesPlnson and Ray Dees, plus a costly er.
will be a problem becausethe Less. than a month ago Bub'shopes one, person from every state would be sometime between the largest AL Increase 131,. Cincinnati, 9; ror,
Bears have no experienced were realized. Doctors 15 and Oct. 31 at site 668. Is and
managed a letter and baseball Sept. a Washington up 51,264 Santo Chicago, 8. Arcadia scored once In the
Shift Golf elusive breakaway runner of his laid he would have to be careful players opened their hearts to still to be selected. the Detroit Tigers 36,543. Home runs-Mays, San Fran. sixth when John Daughtry sing
Tourney caliber. but he could try out for the tilm. Lassman said both tighten Cisco, 29; Williams, Chicago,24. led In a run. In the seventh
From Lehigh Acres He streaked 321 yards In 85 team. His coach, Don Royal, the Bub' Idol, New York Yankee have been asked to appear at Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. Daughtry homered to deep ten., ,i:
carries-the longest for a 51. brother of Texas University star Mickey Mantle who also Is the WBA convention because Ted Williams' geles, 32; Brock, St. Louis 21. ter with two runners on base to
To Big CypressThe yard touchdown-and scored football Coach Darrell Royal, a native Oklahoman, was the "there are quite a few factor Pitching (10 decisions)-Kou. end the storing.
five times last season.He also told Bub to put on a uniform first baseball player to write. to straighten out from the last Condition Good fax, Los Angeles, 15.5, 750; Stone was shut out on five
regular monthly outing of caught 13 passes for 131 yards and try pitching. "Hang In there, and stay match." Marlchal, San Francisco, 14.5. singles by Troplcana pitcher! B.C.
the Greater Naples Men's Golf Running In his halfback spot His first game was against tough," Mantle said Among them he said, was After Surgery 737. Bass, who was backed by good ,
Association will be held Sunday In Tuesday' drill were Ronnie the email town of Cache In Next month Bub and his family List on's connection with Inter. Strikeouts-Koufax, Los An. :
fielding. Harry Blckford had
at Big Cypress Golf and Coun. Bull, Billy Martin and rookie southwestern Oklahoma. Royal will take their annual vaca'tlon continental Promotions, Inc., "BOSTON (AP-Ted Williams geles, 178; Drysdale, Los An. two Stone hits and David, Weeks
try Club. Originally, this outing Winston Kelton of Wiley Tex., told Dub to throw a few anc' to Kansas City to lee the which staged the bout In Miami has launched another of the r* geles1, 154. Art Schultheis and Rlc lute Yahl,
when time came he was last Feb. 25 In which cuiwratlon; (periods with which
was scheduled to be held at Le- who starred two year with the game Yankees play. Beach added one
high Acres, and the change In San Diego Marine. signaled to the mound. Bub knows he won't be a pro. Clay dethroned Elston.Intercontinental his baseball career was markedso American League Tropicana picked firstinning ,
location was announced by Bob Dull Is a powerful runner but Bub's teammates, most of fessional baseball player when Is controlledby often. Batting (225 at baU)-Ollva, run with the up help a of an
Abbott, tourney chairman of the doe not have Gallmore's abilityto whom are orphans from a home he grows up; he's given up Jack Nllon, stop's manager Williams was reported In good Minnesota, .335; Mantle, New error and Jim Simmons
near here, knew the Importance talk abouta and Mlon's business asso. York ..3Zt.RunsoUva.
association. turn the corner. Martin lack that dream. lie done condition today following surge ed In the second to make It 2.0.
Competition In Sunday's out. overall speed. Kelton I* elusivebut Of a win for the crippled young sports career."I states ry Tuesday to relieve pressureon Minnesota, 73; Errors helped Troplcana In s<'or.
Ing will be by two.man teams, cannot match Callmore' ster. think I might be a coach,' a nerve from a ruptured Allison, Minnesota, 66. Ing three times In the fourth Inn.
with prizes to be awarded on a quickness Tipton won 15.4, and Dub he says. "That would be one spinal disc.Doctors Runs batted in-Stuart, Bos. Ing and four in the fifth. Stone
low net baste Member are ad. The loss of Ftrrlngton, who pitched all the way. good way to help someone dwhohad Sports BriefsDEL ton, 84; Killebrew, Minnesota made a total of seven errors. i iSchulthels
vised to pick a partner and enter gained 335 yards with 21 pass The youngster Is back at his the bad luck I bad.,It at New England Bap. .76. relieved Stone startIng -, ', **
as a team. receptions last year, leaves the old position now, catcher, and will I e'a the rest of mMlfe to tlst Hospital said there was no Hits-Ollva, Minnesota 142; pitcher Jim Wolf In the sixth '
Abbott announced breakfast for spread end position open. isn't doing badly. "I can get pay back the favor people have MARCallf., (AP) Kea way of knowing how long the B. Robinson, Baltimore, 117. Inning and held the winners score
players will be served beginning down okay. But I'm not near as done tor me."Stop" opened the racing season Tues. recuperation period will last. Doubles-Ollva, Minnesota,
at T a.m. at the clubhouse. Tee. CALL THE NEWS FOR fast as I was," he says day at Del Mar by handily win. 26; Bressoud, Boston, 25.
.a 'Oft time has been set at 8 a.m. RUBBER STAMPS "I'm Just happy Coach Royal Signs Mean STOP nlnf the $7,500 Inaugural Hand. Williams, the former BostonRed Triples-Yastrzemskl,Boston
Sox slugger, had a career less.Baseball
leap. Fregosl Los Angeles and Ver.
AP .: marked by Injuries. Including salles, Minnesota, 8.
time out for military service
Killebrew Mln.
Home runs- ,
Wayne Hightower, 6.8 forwardfor Williams lost a total of five sea.
the San Francisco Warrior nesota, 34; Powell, Baltimore,
which bo.
sons during a career
of the National Basketball Asso. 27- ,
In 1939 and wound witha
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elation was Injured Tuesday
In 1957.Williams .
when Mi car and a municipal tlmore, 38; Wels, Chicago, 16.
bus collided. now 46, was the last Pitching ((10 decisions)-Dunk.
LAKE FOREST, HI. (AP- man to hit ,400 In the major er, Baltimore, 11.2, .846; Ford, '
John David Crow, the Injury- leagues when ho posted a .406 New York, 12.3, ..800.StrikeoutsRadatz. ASSOCIATED PHEW

prone halfback of the St. Louis batting average In 1941. Ho tilt Boston, By HAL BOCK
Cardinals, relnjured his right a total of 521 home rune during 128; Peters, Chicago and Pena, Associated Press Sports Writer
knee Tuesday. his career. Kansas City, 123. Jim (Perfect Game) Dunning

Is slipping and If he keeps It up ,
"r4 the Philadelphia Phillies are II-

able to slide right Into their
first National League pennant In
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Bunning, you see, Is undergo.Ing .
$t 119" )6 1 the jinx that strikes so :

51AD1d many no-hit pitchers. The poor
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July with Just two victories. He
can't seem to beat anybody
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Bjr THI AIIOCUTED MMI , .5a al Francisco\ ,,Giants.
National League The lanky ex.American
W. 1.. Pct. C.B. Leaguer baffled the Giants for
Philadelphia 57 40 .588 a 8 1-3 innings Tuesday night be.
San Fran 57 43 .570 l'/t' fore leaving for Jack Bald-

Cincinnati 55 46 .545 4 schun, who fed a double play
50 44 .532 5',\ '
Pittsburgh ball to Willie McCovey to wrap
St. Louis 51 48 .515 7 up a 4.0 phlllle victory In the
Milwaukee 51 48 .515 7 opener of a crucial three-game
Los Angeles 49 49 .500 8V4' series

INSTALLATION ON ALL Chicago 48 49 ,495 9 The Giants couldn't do a
43 .450
Houston 53 13V4 thing with Bunnlng for 51.3 In.
30 71 .298 29
New York
nines and visions of another no.
Tuesday's Results hitter (only three pitchers have
St. Louis 12, Chicago 7 ever put two classics together
Philadelphia 4, San Francisco In one summer) had Phlllle fans
0 excited But Hal Lanler'a sin.
9 New York 0
Los Angeles gle broke the spell In the sixth
Milwaukee 3, Cincinnati 2
MUFFLERS Houston\ at Pittsburgh, post. ,? t'41 ; 'I t tRi Gus Trlandos meanwhile,
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Today's Games all the runs he needed In the
Houston\ at Pittsburgh, N fourth! Inning with a three-run '
San Francisco at Philadelphia homer
NCincinnati Elsewhere in the NL, Mil.
ATJIM'S at MilwaukeeLos t waukee edged Cincinnati 3-2,
Angeles at New York, Los Angeles routed New York
St. Louis at Chicago 9.0. and St. Louis topped Chi.
sago 127. Houston and Pitts. '

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W. L Pet C.B. WHAT HAPPENS when a golfer! sinks a 60 foot In the American League Los
SUNOCO Sew/ York 60 S7 ..619Jaltlmore Golf Angeles defeated New York 3.1,
putt' AI Hackett of the Beach Club Men's
60 39 .606 I Detroit whipped Chicago 6.3.
Association demonstrates in a true\ professionalway Minnesota
:hlcago 59 39 60* l'4os / dropped Baltimore
Angeles 34 51 .514 10 Photo was taken at Saturday's match of '7.., Washington nipped Cleve.
-Boston 50 52..490 .HAlnn..ot. teams in the Southwest Florida Inter-club Golf land 4.3 and Kansas City beat

.- 49 51 .490 12'AJetrolt Lea ue. (NEWS photo) Boston 2-1.
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from Milwaukee, the veteran shortstop has improved the after winning' the women'. tingle III* at Wimbledon, It wa the third time that Maria
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mobbed by fans on his arrival at International Airport, More Miami, a polio victim, gets M I A
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16 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, in our posture, our position'," he County oems

said 4rr-: Believe
Earlier, Goldwater's ram
palgn director, Denison Kitchel Meet FridayThe
Goldwater Forces said party unity is one of the

Open presidential nominee's major i 4 7 Collier County Democra.
I alms I Ranger tic Club, Inc., will hold Its regu.
He said Goldwater "is en. 'LF: lar meeting at 8 p.m., Friday,
gaged in a very Intensive ef. July 31, In the community room
Drive For Party UnityBy fort to bring that unity about." On of the Naples Federal Savingsand
Kitchel said Goldwater still TargetPASADENA. Loan Association The an.
holds the view he expressed nouncement was made by Edna

WALTER WEARS Republican party's top strategists during the primary campaignthat Calif. (APTheamera.carryfng Crib Santa, secretary.
WASHINGTON (AP) Re. Leonard Hall of New it would be risky for the ,' [ Ranger 7 "Upon receipt of our charterIt
i ublican running.mates Barry York, would soon be on hand to President to get into "free-for. spacecraft probably wUl hit Its was noted that some of the
'rfldwater, and William E. MU. help Goldwater In the cam. all" televised debates duringthe target area on the lighted side articles of Incorporation were not
It) !I spent more than an hour palpi. campaign. of the moon, a space scientist In agreement with our bylaws
1th GOP congressional leaders Rep. Clarence Brown of Ohio Goldwater has said he is said today after an apparently Your board of directors has ap.
,'KI. undy) for the campaign ahead. mer Republican national chair. face Johnson. the craft. be made In our articles of
Miller, a New York congress man who helped manage the Goldwater said during the pri. Dr. WUllam H, Pickering, director Incorporation and these pro.
i.m, called it another stop in campaigns of President Dwight mary campaign a president en. of the Jet Propulsion posed changes will be submit.
.9o drive to unity all Republi. D. Eisenhower, was coming to gaging in a debate might let Laboratory, which Is guiding the te at this July meeting for ap.
''aII' and said, "We have noi Washington! soon to help Gold slip secrets that should not be 806.pound vehicle on Its 228,000- proval," Mrs. Santa said in a
i 'ibt that they will be success. water schedule his fall cam. revealed. mile voyage, told a news con. notice to members of the organ.
Kitchel said Goldwater has
'\a," paign Uatlon.
ference, "I think we'll get In
Goldwater hurried out of the Brown said Goldwater told some Ideas on minimizing the the target area" a 300-mile- She advised, also, that several
i sad-door" conference to a them he planned no active cam. risk, Including the possibility of wide plain Just above the,other items of importance will
tiling elevator and said only: palpi until after Labor Day but taping debates in advance. equator In the center of the left be discussed, which Include "our
"It was all about Republi. would fulfill some commitmentshe Goldwater, arriving for the half of the moon. part to be played In the coming
ans" had made before his nomination leadership meeting, denied reports The area, called the Sea of general election and tentative
A dozen COP leaders of the These, Brown said, would that he talked by telephone Clouds by ancient astronomerswho plans for our regular October
several before Tuesday with Pennsylva NEA Radio Telephoto) "
fuse and Senate were on hand Include speeches Imagined the flat spaces on meeting
-. !'ut one top Republican was Labor Day. nla Gov William W. Scranton, CENTER OF ATTACK-These are the ruins of Cal Be target for a recent raid by Communist the moon were bodies of water, She urged members to "make
111, .ing.. Senate Whip Thomas As to his own campaign plans, his beaten rival for the presl. guerillas in South Viet Nam. Government defenders and many women and chil. was chosen as a photographic! every effort to attend this Import
Kill i helot California, who bat.t Miller said his first speakingdate dentlal nomination."I dren residents of the government post were killed. The village is SO miles southwest target because It could be a ant meeting
), d Goldwater's bid for then as the vice-presidential don't even know where he of Saigon. good landing spot for U.S. as.
,'e matlon, was not on hand. nominee will be In Harrisburg, Is," Goldwater told a reporter -----tronauts within a few years.
Si 'late Republican Leader Pa, Aug 7. He said he will 1 The Arizona senator told more The 15 formal bills of exception Pickering, obviously elated, West German
i /erett M. Dirksen of Illinois address Pennsylvania GOP than 70 House RepubltransTuesday \ dentlal race. A similar measure Ruby's Lawyers said "It the spacecraftdid
represent a key effort In the
the for the 1680
.ud Kuchel had chairmen. he wants to debate way debates
a conflicting what it was supposed to do,
fight to save the former strip
I ,ointment to have his Miller said he was invited to Johnson during their campaign between the late Presl but we must analyze trackingdata Weekly Carries
i > examined speak there by Gov. William W. battle for the White house dent John F. Ki nnt'd>' and Assign ErrorsTo joint operator from the electric for several hours before t
Olrksen said he and House Scranton Goldwater's chief Rtp. Jack Westland of Wash. former Vice President Richard
RcpiWlcan' Leader Charles A. rival in the late stages of the ilngton relayed word of the arnatar's M. Mxton Get Ruby, 53, was sentenced to die we area can precisely.determine" the Impact Story By Barry
AppealDALLAS for the slaying Nov. 24, 1963, of
and Westland silt the bill
iialleck of Indiana, would Issue race for the nomination declaration! at a closed.door now Is He promised an announce.m .
statement on the session Pennsylvania GOP Chairman session that lasted for stalled between the House and Tex. (AP) Jack accused Harvey of assassinating Oswald, the President man. .". later today.Skeeter WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
I I Craig Truax. more than an hour. .*rconllrmcd Saute, which have passed till Ruby's attorneys, working Barry Goldwater's press secretary
John F. Kennedy. The trial
The best I can tell you now Miller was asked by a report. It. ferenterslons.' around the clock, beat the legal said today Goldwater has
the words of Caesar: Venl, er whether he and Goldwater To pave the way for debates, Johnson has not vet tipped his deadline by half an hour Tuesday was Defense held In lawyers March now have 6U Board not written anything for the
', would accept the support of Westland said Goldwater wants hand on the question of tarn.
Vlci .Wecame,, we saw, as they formally lodged 15 days In which to file the trial West German weekly, Deutsche
conquered, lots of things. groups like the Ku Klux Klan. action on legislation that \otild palkn '1thitis, saving onh that allegations of error against the transcript and briefs with the Meets ThursdayTo National Zeitung.
I i >m another of the confer. "We accept the support of any suspend equal broadcast time he wir toss that bridge hl'n trial court In which Ruby received Texas Court of Criminal Ap. "The senator has not talked
c word came that one of the American citizen who believes requirements during tin >r, '>! lit1 ( omen to it. the death penalty. peals In Austin. Finish BudgetNaples to any German representative,

Mosquito Control Dls.trlct and has not written any articles .
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board of commissionerswill
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meet at 3 p.m. Thursdayat
1 Check brakes, adjust for :: the district headquartersnorth He had been asked about the

NOW At' proper contact, '" of Radio Road.Airport Road Inter. weekly's publication today of an
brake fluid section, to consider the following article under Goldwater's slgna.
2.Add test ( d, agenda ture. The article opposed the

entire system j I. Minutes, bills, correspon. proposed multilateral nuclear
.... 3. Repack front wheel bearings dence. force.
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BIG I HUTCHINSON caster, toe.in : 3. Advertise for bids on LP list of questions on May 27, but
I ;-' gas, gasoline, diesel fuel, fog- Goldwater did not answer them.
SAFETY ; TIRE 3 BATTERY Co. 5 Adjust steering, balance n" ':'iit ring oil. On July 18, Smith said, a new '

SERVICES 11 I toss 1111 'front wheels 4. Complete feasibility study list of questions was submittedfor
toll 1 l.m'.1 i of aerial fogging. the publication by Austin J.
WMJ A PLUS THese FREE TAKE YOUR CAR WHERE 5. General discussion of effectiveness App, who Identified himself as
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Piling Up For Tools

, For Expanding Machine Age / L __ __

By SAM DAWSON' ard still more mechanization 1964 are almost double those In aI

AP Business ? ews Anal>st They reveal how relaxed the like period of 1963 And the

NEW YORK fAP)-Tha tOolS depreciation regulations and backlog of unfilled orders has

for expanding the machineare a.!;(' lower tax rates are being put to grown, lengthening delivery

going to pour forth in even us*. time. This In Itself prods some

greater volume In the months They are based on the belief manufacturer Into ordering I

ahead. Both new orders and that consumers will have more now, knowing they may have ti'<

backlogs are piling up. money to spend for manufactured wait to Install the new machines

The soaring orders for ma. goods and! sturdy confidence they want for their moderm.a.

chine tools mean a lot more in their ability to meet tion or expaiteionplans. !

than Just prosperity for their! any debt payments for borrow. Machine tool making tends to [ I c ,

makers. tog to spend. be an up.and.down busuness. In __

They are bets that manufacturers The National Machine Tool bad times, or when a business L

are laying that good Building Association says new downturn 1 I. expected, orders)

times will be around for many orders in June reached $160.9 fall off fast as manufacturer L L

months to come million, the highest for any pull in their horns ------w "I VI

They forecast Increased month In eight years and more Today with the econoim In Announcement ,. Boats.Motors Acces.ta. 38 ,Autos For Sate

spending for business expan. than double the volume In June general growing steadlh the .- .
; b'erlo' l"h' c." i
slon. 1963. urge to buy tools to make the ,
PlAZA BEAUTY SALON I. i.'dNI. Jil' hosts'. 1.'
They emphasize the trend to Orders for the first half of machines that turn out consum. isis E Tamiaml, Trail III I" " ..p. lu, h"d..on" tf ''' .

er products Is mounting. This .4.,, Midway I ati "i.'iOll. ." S, hu'. "u, iv ru 1,1, Sn.th,
q'a"d .hp Ii .ho' i aS
apparently 1* the main !drive be. .su'u I Naplas' rtv, DOCK "Fquipnad.ml'lo" 4' 0', ,"',''1"c H 1101"1 Ii, lory> '".I'.
hind the June In tool or. For 'information call Oiford ,
spurt ronditoi Alpun' .hl. w Ih
2-Bikes 9 3141 7/12 St black 4 'In.''>'roo, E.iptlonolly .
EGLER'SBy derlng. I.." (o"dll..,"
R MARION SORKNSENORNER Another Is the continuing 13-Help Want. Female Cs.I n... ov.r00000 W"'Ake
19(4 Ho..dll'O Practically raw Ir.d lAnk rll. Iincaneirs
trend toward more mechaniza Fully aquippad Lighta' Stop S.. i ."uof T" \" ,,.
lion, to bypass costly man labor: I'ahta. 4 ip.m .hll lit Buck CMpariancad waitrm, apply' at WOOD CH"YSLtR PLY
> Oichid Oi Ml ?lt Andy Pit, Bar B Qua altar MOUTH 'INC UO N Ti'"' ,,,..
and make more goods with less ;, 17,tt I 00 WStfaioanancad Teal,' .'. "

effort, faster, and In greater C . . .s.ee ee.i. --
quantity 1 C : R.sudl'yeopan dIng 'Insurance 44-Mobile Home
.I Ac encyn..ds fop notch' woman
Whatever their motives- CALL TilE NEWS FOR < >n Fir and CMiiaity .
In better : Including' rat, 196' N... 1. '" 2P.
more money the till, .< I mturanea 'p. "',' p,," e
KVnnEK STAMI'S ,n and all phatai ot aiancyand r loud ,
There will be a meeting of han tossed a lone 208 and Jr. current sales, expectations of > I>. oparationol account.i. Sal ",I., !lp', "'.', .P. PII.7,1..01" "
I'the still better business conditionsto any non Ou .oil II '''11'. TI. p.
Naples Women's Bowling Association ilmpson 205.SMALL thus dvartitamant, Sandcompiala
have 10 50 ft
come-corporations PUBLIC NOTICI ratuma la Collar,, by Mnbir homo FurAir
August 10th at the Ta- FRI BIG FRI -- "h.d 1 Srduoyn fiI h.ll
been steadily raising their County Nawt Bon Hit A tl Conditio .
bitten Cove. PurposeInstalla- High team was the Jackfish with sights this year on their expan. 'IN CIRfUIT COURT 705 St .'ll altar (7 if r"C.h' Ml iii' tarmar 6141'

tion of officers and presentationof an 1195, Mike Stacey shooting a slon plans. The sums that are TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WAITRESS WANTED

pins. All NWBA members are 168 single and Paul Abrahamson tagged to flow Into new plant STATE COLLIER OF COUNTY FLORIDA f( al I n Naples Apply"Shopping Dan'i CantarOvar L'matt 45-Trailert For Rent

urged to attend. If you are a 211, The Frogs had an 1185, and equipment this year are IN No CHANCERY 0l /111 T.,1,1,1, 18 ..i.l S ili "

sanctioned woman bowler In Naples Chris Croak contributing a 479- now put at $44 billion by the Department JESSIE LEE MAGUIRE' Ilu *... ''I" .. St!, .i'"hRoib
of Commerce. Plaintiff' 14-Help Wanted Mate C"",.k 1. I'f' Park
you are a member of the 177. The Drums came up witha Vt 4 11'1

association. 1168,Jim Sheets tossing a 475 ROGER HAROLD MAGUIREDafandant Jolt wth a 'ulure to' rospollsublo

Criticism Is hard to take particularly set and Fred Sheets a 188 game MOORE'S THEIR MAN NOTICE OF SUIT' b<.,c accounting sow's m.n principal.Must, "!bOw It 48-Apti. For Rent

when it is always destructive Bud Hogue had a 550 series, OKLAHOMA CITY (t"I'- The\' THE ROGER STATE HAROLD OF FLORIDA MAGUIRE' -TO; able la typa. ihould hava lamacollri.
pananca. poution" im .' REStROOM uNt lll NISHl D
and never helpful. One Danny Mullins 502 and Eva still, have and need dot turn at V eec" hereby notifiad" that a m.d,"l.iy availabla' Call Ml' AIM UICUIN I AiSlE'. Ml
.. ,
usually tries to do the best job Hogue 479. Red Lord listed a Mercy Hospital but the man most I"silt. abova ha( b.antitltd,filad cauia aiaintt and you you In 1 lose E Marhotfar_ it Co .' ;a,0 "Il tf

they know how and It Is heartbreaking 200 single and Bill Jensen 131. in demand Is Tom Moore .r. fiaraby rtqui'ad to ..r... upon Mil Office, Clark waded for
pl."III', sattoneywhos e name ."d Marco .Inland, Proud Mual Still IK: llOnt1'18:
when one Is always being SAINTS 'NSINNERSLynfordJohnson l lithe maintendnieengmrer odd... .pp..' "'''0", ynurwe utI. h.... Iraniporlali, ..n.ral. .' ,
run-down" The hospital isn't Tailing ." df.rc.., "uf any, to the bill, off offi anpananca, aoma typing MI U"
led with 537-202 Bill ,
a .mpl.'nt In s.ud' .ut. copy 01 ,sPer,.ncncssar anlary I'! ISrils' 1I0.rt I'll Aor" Air"nh.'d
Every officer of a league, or Dunn 534 and Earl Cannady 529. apart; it just happens Moore ian: couch ,a d..d, t.. oyu hrwulhen to son par ...Ic Contact MrEmry I hl1"" ",,,,,,,,..,, ... ",.....
fix'anything from a broken water 0' bob..,. jl.u. 14 A 0 196' at Uoll.nl. BuccanaarHoom hoinr" 0.,11, " ",. II ,,..
as.oclation--everychalrman of a For the fair sex It was Jonell H'n' faul not or d ocr.. pro con 104 ..'*..n hours of I,"v"I, ml 'I Ic I ,tI Al'ii."
committee and so on down the Spicer a 183 for a 442. pipe to an oxygen tent '''owttbor I.r.dIarn.I you 500PM .odhonPM Thu,.. M'' .'MJIO! hOffI
using Moore even is called into the for tho ..h., prayad In tine bill, of day, JulY 3D tOM 'Ill''
line tries to do his or her jobto Tom Eggleston showed a 183 singleton complaint' , I A b.tll","," .,,1' I ,,. .,,,..1.I,
operating room to fix an autoclave Tha ".'u,. of tald, lout, heIrs' for I'' 5HHiuidiol5ih ,
"" I I" h"'M' I'i '
the best of their ability Juanita Johnson and Bill DIVORCE 15-Salet Help Wanted ,', .
sterilizer) and into the '''''''1''' ,11 I I' It" ''I
WITNESS my hand and tha ...1 f ..II." "II" M''
the Overhultz Tom
Perhaps 181 each Miller
only answer to laboratory to see why a researcher's .' ... > of (aid, Court at Naplai Florida Elp..nud sales, prsonoraieor : "'non N.,. Mi, .. "I,'"'
C these so-called "expert" critics 186-184, Paul Abrahamson 182, artificial kidney design the. 21 day of July' A 0 I4MMARGARET fm.le' hugh poI.nti.Iearning. 'I' I... ,,

1st "You may gladly have Ed Harroun 184, Lil Peters 152 won't work. lie may even Clark Circuit T CourtBy SCOTT will .obhh.d, drain.hm"um 5.ccrni products n's user, ., UO""liui.iI .,r.c..n

position". and Kate Johnson 150. make a new' part for the kidneyin LOOKING for someone to play ball ? Nancy Os- EDITH TYGETT hem Poe infryi.w. ..".. S S H Niples' Siloble, I adultIu
my ,
Mo nIS 1041 7 M I 5ii
C'.lhi.r C..unly floss BOl Sill
PINE LANES his shop.Moore born, pretty Cypress, Gardens' model I, is all set SEAL) Daputy Clark A 20 'Ill MI m :jfljI

BROOKSIDE: BOWL Gene Tlllman reports that says of his job: "I for a Kanif Of catch on the beach and can't seem MURPHY C, COMBSAitornay Pntitiort; ; Opantni (I. Eitabltih.d ElliS TIDI" U'T
EARLY BLOOMERS -- 7/22- about 150 young people enjoyedthe love making things work stuff to find a partner. So, you northern loaders, head MS tth, Ava SoNaplat plaintiff. ploymanl Man' "I Shop. R.t.il yaar' round E.p..nu am Wrrl/i" Mo"'h.. teas',,"
nobody else tan: make work" south to Florida and her Fla I' Moitri "urnus bed .or" ,.", ",
help out. but not
ncmsar C
Top for the morning was Mary Rock 'n Bowl last Saturday July' n ?>. Atis s, 12, 164 COil willing p".d to laarn Aa It lo II 4, lirdn'Sn' 'ph
Jo Gibbs with 509-173. Good Charactar ",11, Rd t NupIlS
a Marnad
Cindy nite. For their dancing pleasure -- - --- I lit
Sand a raiuma of your qualiflcationt '" ,
Brisson came up with a 492-184, the Echoes played their favorite IN CIRCUIT' COURT to Collier' County Nawaon .
Belvla Allen 453. Judy Storter A TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C tilt A ii I/KII ? OVMOWh
tunes good time was had COLLIER COUNTY '

posted a 188 and converted the by all. Miami Lusty Old Gal At 68 STATE' CHANCERY OF FLORIDAIN 20-llveitoclt AP Ton RENT

5-10. Betty Geltz had a 185 Watch this paper for the announcement No 2091 A Conit,lionad ii,nul shed .1 I

and Wanda Jones picked up the of the re-opening JAMES W MATTHEWS Plaintiff' Sacnfica lala, of 4 spaces 'In I., .ru my Apt prr lie "m,,br5l"Ih tli SAId JIWII10 InC
lion of If
c.s.r camatarv
3-7-10. celebration to be held soon. Vl purchatad diract would tall for
LADIES COMMERCIAL RUTH, PEARL MATTHEWS Im Pi.... m.... ntfar Wll Ted.w.'Id Apartmanta.ly "
A of flame Look Half
and Doesn't Her
lovely setting AgeBy Datandant ham Mud.l. Li,. Hollow Road I Al i I h.ii.i. ,,' tMnnlh ,,,,,
1 IfQ** Scoring honors went gray Is awaiting your Inspection. THE STATE NOTICE: OF OF FIORIDA-TO SUIT : C.port, Pann21lost ,,,nv.... hr" .. ,,,..,,,,, .It "..-' 1

,_,to Rose Morrison for her 477- :The lockers and spectators seats RUTH PEARL MATTHEWSYou 'I"'alll ''i'll''' OPII

r 198. Bettye Hoverman reached a have also been repainted to match GENE PLOWDEN jaUalal fronton was built-the ly 500,000 tons of cargo are han. salt hat ara baan haraby Mad notifiad afaintt., that you 'Intha o & FoundLOST I ,.nt,,.'Il'I'h, 0,MIlIEu, Prosii' 101I1

469. Agatha deary 466 and Juan the new equipment which has been ASSQCLtPR5S WRITER first la this country. died annually.The abves""".d cau.a and you r- In Call' Naplai pair of //101 ui Ml Ihl"'
its 460. Keen MIAMI AI> -6ome ") The 1926 hurricane destroyed art h.r.by raquirad to (arvo uponplmnlilfa man I praicnptlon ilaMaa'tlnn Tn.1, ( T10 --r.---: : :
Snyder Nancy post purchased for your bowling plea ( ) -say dy.yamml" city Integrated quietly .lIor".V whota name and tan caia Howard Oontact ? ? ? '

ed a 176 loner Mary Armbrust sure. The management had one and some "My.yam* business 2,000 home, wrecked many some years ago absorbed 150, ton addrata d.'.nsw IIpp., .if, any haraon to, the your bill writ'of William Albright.' ShoreMI I Bamboo ii'''''M'vi,::i 'N. :' ':',, :.I.' ' i MI .

175, Martha Piercy 163, Hazel big disappointment the new mask ma," but no matter how you buildings, and killed 000 Cuban refugees, and never complaint 'in (aid suit copy nf I Orlva 7mb: Harmony 1/2ra.f:
113 persons. It also blew down which ,la dahvarad, to harawllh $ It che's a lusty lady had serious you dr1ICI
Abrahamson 172,Beverly Osceo- ing units did not arrive Upon pronounce Smith's a racial problem. on or baforo jl.ul. 14. A O Hb4 Furn I apt. Illui'" '"
la 169 Joyce Jones 159 and Bar- the old blue who doesn't look half her age, dog track. Miami entertained an estlmat. Heroin fail not or dacraa pro con 23-Mi.c. For SateORCHIDS tin' TV Air ron '4Av. \ SIN.
In M'
ones--painted Joseph E. Widener bought the faito will b. anlarad Soulh 1041 1 e'J!
which !. 68 years today. ed 7 million tourists In 1963 and aiaintt you uJ.'l! If
bara Hayes convened the diffi- flame-is the following "We horse track $1.8 million for the rahaf prayed in the bill of 2 lOll
It Is natural to compare this today the population Is 1000 compldntTha -
cult 6-7-10. are sorry we did not mean to fascinating city that mushroom.ed there and made It a showplace times the 343 who voted to In. n.tura ot said suit, b.,,,. for N,, I ,b.d'oo"'r fON jl.1'1 I'll' Uilu"'il HT '

BUCKS 'N SQUAWS -- Rex be here but our replacementsdidn't on the tip of Florida with a Parl'tnutuel betting was legal. corporate.At DIVORCE WITNESS my hand and tha ml' WANT A NlCf ORCHID COLLrCTIOH v..lh. .1... C I ."trdll.,,,,. "

Polly blasted a 218 game fora come.." lady, for It was Mrs. Julia Tut. lied In 1931 and since then the 68, Miami 1 I. quite a girl of (aid' Court at Napl.t' Florida WITHour fmcrs'Pjl.YINOCONNO.5UUHS WE ,u"...".of tu.room nair b.', l< !''. ao) pal

564 set. O.B. Osceola and Bud PARENT AND CHILD -- Th. tie from Cleveland, Ohio, who state's share has been $431 mil. h" Slat MARGARET da of .Jly A'1.D ICOn HM HAVE ttH ClMOWINO' OH inoiilA y .
,,. R.allur Mli 41
Mohrbacher had Identical 559 Hatcher team produced an 1107 started It all. lion from horse and dog racing Clerk Circuit, Curtsy CHI OS OVER TWELVE VEARS P uI uIl tf _
series with O.B. using a 193 with the aid of Fay's 460 set Mrs. Tuttle, a pioneer land. and JaIl.alai. Daputy Clark PER STRONfl BLOOMINQ
owner signed an agreementwith While continuing to provide I EALI SIZE DIVISION Of CHOICE 49-Houses For Rent
and ,
single Bud a 203. John and Dennis adding a 167 single. entertainment for tourists Mi. Outlook Good MURPHY C COMBS ORCHIDS THAT YOU WOIILD
Stull came up with a 553. Hazel Robert Smith fired a 213 single Henry M. Flagler on June Attornay for plaintiff IE PROUD TO OWN MOST 'i .doum rmth.d fiou.a.
12, 189S, to extend Ms Florida ami grew financially, culturallyand 6U SIb Ava, SoNaplaa COLORS AND SIZES AVAILABLE C Michigan' Av'
Abrahamson led the squaws witha Jack Hatcher 204 Merrell VOU MAY ALSO 0'7 ,odl,0nr :
Golden ,
Banks Fla Pantry Ini"
miles spiritually hospitals For Steel Party
East Coast Railway the 70 n5.r.ar
506-174. Dot Donelson a sub 154-158 David Says July H. H Am I. H, 19M ISISIN HOOSE PLANTS TO BLOOM ; '"nk
Howell 177, from West Palm Beach and add theaters, churches, school*,11.brarles ''N THE SEASON VOU PRE ? '04II 1141 Whutmafl.17t :
reached a 489-176, Loretta Eas- Greg Tracy 135 Sally Dun 124 and museum FIR ALSO PHALAENOPSIS --
to his hotel chain by building were CIRCUIT COURT, AND SCEOLINO AVAILABLE .drnoro Furnlahad House
terly 484-177 and Juanita Snyder and Becky Smith 123. the Royal Palm. She gave him built. Roger BloughNEW TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, : sprCIAL DISCOUHTSOH in 00 Cf''oAt Opun fundaya
462. Rae Hendrix listed a 212 HIGHLANDS 100 The University of Miami I I COLLIER COUNTY O"OfR" OVER 1'0000 CAR 8 Y, 3/iO N.
loner John late 209, Eva Hogue was Ev Baldwin with a 600 even The first train chugged Into opened In an apartment houseIn YORK (AP) The out. ,IN' CHANCERY No soon

171, Wanda Rice 161, Lucille using a 221 game. Gene Tessler the settlement on April 15, 1896, Coral Cable In 1923: now has look for the economy and the JOAN BEVERLY WILLIAMS' PHILLIP STOKES Unlurnnh.i J badroom homo
14,000 students Dade Junior Col. steel Industry for Plaintiff I at IllS Hill' Ava North Will,
Lord 162, Katie Stull 157,Martha tossed a 212 for a 576. Tex and little more than three ; appear good rant al W par month or soIl

Plercy 160, Ruth Campbell 150- Kaverman a 192 for a 569. Al months later, 343 person votedto leg has 10,000. The Orange the balance of the year, says G' .NDALVWAYNE WILLIAMS' i 875 Woodlcy Dr. N.W. with" WM''IIW"iT 515 t"" mo
Bowl INCIuild.rs
Incorporate Stadium, started modestlyIn Roger M. Blough chairman of Dafand.ntNOTICE L
158. Ralph McKlrlhan was the Hajek shot two 199 Her- OF SUIT
marksman as he convened the mine?? led the ladies games.with Flagler opened his hotel In 1935, now seats about 73,000 u.s. Steel Corp.He THE STATE OF FIORIOA' -TOC.LENOAL Atlanta Oa. :0318: M T.nth" No Ml t SHI
415- January, 1897 dredged a harbor and Miami Stadium accommo. made the observation at a WAYNE WILLIAMS' '
4-5-7. 150 Sue Tlllman V'o' ora haraby "..",",.d that I FOR SALE BOVI STOCK
400-134. and started a steamship line date 15,000 baseball fans.There news conference Tuesday after ',u I fiat b.." filad, ataintt you in Display, Rack for Und.'....' C '4-Tr.f"( or Sell
SUMMER COMMERCIAL Willi?? 191 singleton Ann Davis from Miami to Nassau and Ha are many parks and play. U.S. Steel reported earnings for lb o.bo.e'.Itl.d, cauta and you loch Orus'n.I, I llJ 00 MaSs of.I .
The lead DJ. Salmon 171 era ".,.by raquirad to ...v. upon ,*" Joh,,'. C'olhnl.' 104'' ullI .,. .. ." 'u" ,,1... ".
went to Hatcher 162 and the three month ended June 30. ,
Fay Carol vana. -rounds. plaintiff, altornay whota name and 'nul i Is, .' Ioi land ,'u ( "
for his 554192. Ralph McKlri- Campen 158. Soldier! on their way to theEpanlsh.Amerlcan The first airplane came In The company, largest steel .4 dr.ss appaar haraon, your wnttan I I, <.,11 101I1 2 H91 'I'
dafantat. if to tIn. bill, ot complaint Round 4 Squara airdan tlonai
war In Cuba 1911, and today Miami Intern maker In the country, earned in laid suit, copy of which "11dalivarad All mat t color* Can b.
stopped off-7,500 of them- nd tlonal Airport 1 I. one of the larg. $80,696,096, or $la share, lathe : to you harawith on or t "l Will, ...n I .droom, TriIrsr
Phoia fir '*' ,
mitnllad fu""lur
bafnra Aua 14 1964Harain I gnad 17d Ml' "3*,
Attraction back to est and busiest In the second quarter This comparedwith SIONICFIAPT
Turtles Are Keys many cam stay. Tour. world. fail not or dacraa pro con roe lwfs
Isis trickled In from the north More than 11,000 passenger ar. 873.2l4.lSlorSlZ3asiuare.. fatto will' ba antarad aiaintt you INDUSTHIIS ollica Ml J IWor
Pro Ml" > 4H< <1'4 ,tili
and west, and the town was on rive or depart dally and nar. In the 1963 ..cond. quarter and for complaintTha tIne rahaf," prayad In leo bill at 57-Houie For Sale

t I IUI way by 1900 the populationhad -- -- - $51,548,002, or 84 cents a share, ....U,5 of said' sueS being for I i, 26P.rlo",1jl.LC.O"f.LICI..N'JNYM,1U'

t ; grown to 1,681 and in 1910It In the first quarter of this year.In DIVORCE WITNESS my hand .nd tha la.l, f am,ly living' in a rala.ad 05.n.nnph.ra. .
( 1 Badroom I bath
was 5,471. the first half, U.S. Steel's of laid Court at Na 'los, Florida
l01I. o'h, Ha, Carport Air
Peru President ; I omn dr.nsin4problms CBS room
George Merrlck owned vast $1.84 a share, again $103432. this It day. MARGARET of July AD T, I tIM SCOTT Ash for hip 0, call Cendf'oood. nova. ,,''''''.'0',

orange groves southwest of MIami 996, or 1.87 a share In the 1963 Clorbof, Cr.uilCoirt "g Ml/4141 V,titort lord,ally ovar $125045 Ouoaio, *. awn Sorranto : !
*....m.d Maalmgi ,n FirttSI mg< Nec' landicaping n
and In 1911 he laid out the Lists RecordOf first half Daputy By EDITH: Clerk TYGETT ,I IISEALI iaptist Church Aso. 0" '1" Oardlni ".., I.. G...
town Directors declared a regular at rm jI... avary Tugs and School This ii o com puff
of coral Gables a devel. Opan
Fn, n.ehtl5 10PM lull III l ,; 000 compiata
opment of winding, tree-shaded dividend! of 50 cents a share, MURPHY C COMBS 1 CARIBBEAN REAL
First Year Attornay for plaintiff Td'O K. Trail Ml. 1 SIMM ,
streets; store and Spanish-style payable Sept. 10 to stockholder Mi SIll Ave, So.Naplo 13-Services Offered >/ wit*
of record Auft.7, Fla
houses with red-tlled roofs. LIMA Iy03. Zl Aus I. II, I9M em : p'usfl, ',Ai .
Two years later John H. Collins Peru (AP>-President Republic Steel, r
and Carl G. Fisher openeda Fernando Belaunde Terr) I* dustry, reported earlier that It* IN CIRCUIT COURT diliOO.oe OU'TNr, hn ONE'RAYi',n.ssr: ,,11..IN.. 0.." ,nuslSoiIIhn.'I., 'H '101" 'IC
wooden bridge to a swampy starting his second year lit nU earning fell to $17,763,078, or TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT | OIr.OD'fr,5.aiO' C ..n.h rn I''NGC.nt l hnI' homi, i', local I ,
flee, proud of his COILIER COUNTY .".",.., o"d cmwnv.ai Offic, '. ,
record and ,
strip east of EMscayn Day and $1.13 a share In the second cond I'""'"' carpalmil ". 0'
STATE OF FLORIDA' 101'' S 2/92 Rs 104'' I IIU ....
.0' "
confident >
Miami Beach was burn. of the future quarter from $21,993,374, or IN CHANCERY No JOELVIN !/ ,ia ,Inn38Autos ,I.I.'. '"k ic pl,ion ircl.d"5', I

Glenn II. Curtlss, a noted aviator In mph to question submit $1.40 a share,In the Ilk* 1963 p.. TOWNSEND and Sale ."d' hwahar N "' P
trained World War I filer RUTH TOWNSENO hit, wifa For porf h paid dr'us u ;' ', ', I
ted b> The Associated Press, rlod. Plaintiffforadota , las r. Phoni Mi, 4
at Miami Beach, later moved the 50-j'ear-old president of Blough said the economy v. ml Ttluna.'O"rdHa'dtap, R4 ', PM
his operation to the mainland NARVCY EOAKCI. J" and H P O.'c'idn.ossts fat
Peru said major achievementsof seem to be "on an even keel" ETHEL Ojl.IEI hio .10 o'y 0.r ,cond on,,,| Low Hlila'
northwest of Miami and with his administration Include en. and "one could be D.frn'daolNOTICE 58-lot For SaleWATFRFRONT
modestly op. >|> Ml' 10t\ all r > P M
James H. Bright started the artmtnt of the nation's first tlmlMIc about the rest of the THI STATE 0'0'I'LO"'O"-TO SUIT' 4/71 If

|, settlement of Halleah. agrarian reform law doubled year." H"'VEY I: OASES ..II.... ad It M Far I.r Automat'o tranamianon I/jl.HDI"'L' SEACHSTATES LOTS
Then came the wild real es. dollar reserves, Increased Con.structlon dross is ..nbnOwO. and FthfiOa5s , Good aacond Car !.. (
*105' 5 RWOCr.I at ".V., Park Apt O 1.21 I Block L Unit, 2. 'sOW 00
1 tate boom of the 1920s, and Ml. of hljh ass and low. PUBLIC NOTICI trail., ,,::t"I: Plor I pit ,/ If Lot Lot 1 -- Block' J Unit i, -100H 00
ami' population mushroomed cost housing Increased foreign 0.". naada cash Don Holland
: T Hal.
Sued Hard
II.ob, ooffad that top ( .
i to 71,419 by 1921 Investment and prospects of IN THE COUNTY JUDOE COURT uhf 1111.r.b.." f.Id .gaiost yes to I'I ,Ian cond Low ...11.... |4no I land.40 Florde2S 133rd Aye, Treasuns I. ,

William Jennings Bryan cam stronger relations with the Unit. 'IN AND FOR COLLIER: COUNTY titled' eauta Morliaia and you in Sh:,.abe'har.hrraqu ,. in I I and Sill taka..,up...paymanta.. I A I Call p ....Ml' ?/ lull
to sold real estate and FLORIDA'
town ed States. 5'
< ta larva upon plaintiff t I/il
started a Sunday school class whota name and addratiMMM 59-Acruge
that became the largest In the H* said elections have proved 0.c..s... "oritn yuf wrillan dafaniaa .loss e Or Faa... W/ AutoTranamiaaiox
Tex Rlckard built a "that communism lack btck. NOTICE OF FILING' PCTITION l If ("y, te th( kill of compK.nt i Haw .,...., Tan Acres 1ft tote l of 0:..."'
country. Ing" In Peru and that the Iden.tlHcatlon FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF 111 laid ...! copy of which ndalivarad Complata' tuna up ISM Can Road II,000 00 Open tundaytCARIBBEAN
dog track at Miami Beach, and EXECUTRIX' to you ":'Dw, on or boo bo soon.t luck Pwry VM1 ItCALTV )7M N I
a championship fIght of Cuba's Fidel Castro NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that fo'a Auiual l th ISM Ao.NOrri'_ Naplaa IMTN Trail Ml' 55t5120 waIf
promoted with I hava Mad my final raturna aa Hara, fail not or dacrao pro con _
There was action everywhere. communism "limit that ancillary a.aculri. of ha oatata ofLawronca fatto will ba anlarad aiai".1 "OU | Cadillaa Coupa Le.miiaaia .
foreign Influence to a very small N_ McLoulh, .......d; for tho rol .y- j Local doctor trad 'in FOR SALt BY OWNER
Curtlss, Bright and Joe Smoot I that I hava Mod' my patilion torid ,, .ti'r :' 1- ,11:11: ....e,..... ..,..... la all Will TEN ACRE OF LAND IN .' I
built a horse track at tUaleah following >alr and that on Ausuat n. IM4 I will ,...c'''"'',. tao Pad. II'.' at WOOD ONE TWSP ti IO PRICE'
'i- In 1925 There was no part. Pointing to economic g4ns, apply to tIle Honorabla Richard MItanlay WITNESS my hand and tha taalOf CHRYSLER' PLYMOUTH INC TWENTY FIVE| HUNDRED
.. ___ mutuel law, but the track paid Belaund said: County judfo of Cell..' said Court (I '.,. florid I 2600 N. Tamiaml' Trail DOLLARS GOOD TITLE AND
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.. ..... for Itself In 17 days and declared "When I assumed the County, Florida. for approval of this iOtft ..yo' July A 0 ISM J/2I1I, ABSTRACT IF INTERESTED..
.040 larwa .W a prtsl.dencr laid final, raturno and for on eeC,, MARGARET T. SCOTT WRITE INOIANJ2 LOQANt.PONT
One *f the many Interesting and wnuiual sidelight t* a four ,fKey a 100 per cent dividendat Peru was unjustly b)'. o< diatribution (Ad for final' d,.. CI.rb reuit Court I ,

West Is a visit to the turtle I docks. CUnt I : sea turtles, caughtf the end of the season. passed as far as the granting of char"a aa aiacutru N McLouth of ,INc dacaatad will ofLawranco By EDITH Clark TVOETTDaputy I IjUtlN .( I SOLD IT 60-Insurance)

the CMit ef South America, are brevght te the Island city O. P. Smith, a greyhound man credit go. Within one year we PATe: July 10 IM :

by. colorful Csrlbbesn. fishing boots' where they are kept live from Oklahoma, opened a dog have obtained loan from Inter. Ancillary RUTH, M Eiaculrn McLOUTH, o< .t". Allor. to'TAYLOR Dl..olff' ,kj THROUGH j I ,... Mon.. (..y P.m.",
In "cr..'''' and later ,reees..... The K.,. are sop ef the many track but had few customer In national development Instltu., oalato .fLa P 0 "Sea >M II : in Auto. Morn'( 0nar..' i

reasons Governor 'Farrls Bryant and the Florida Development the afternoon He Installed tines amounting to $124 mil. .-- ca N. McLoutn, .4S Cantral Avantid WANT ADS JACQCP.

.Commission... 5-are urging, -riorldUns"" te vacation- In their- -own- tt-*-..JJ U..an4 business boomed. A lion," Jul" 35DCe.d. I. 12. 15CC #n. July PdapleFlsda li 2*. Aus I. I*, IH4 COtS .; !;, rr _Ifiil 124 tin Ava INSU"jl.HC'.M' North}[u,1OtOrders

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