Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00216
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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 30, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Volume ID: VID00216
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Weather Outlook TIDESHigh

Generally fair through Friday ex. ArtU Low

tell for few widely scattered afternoon bt r 'm. p..... 'm, p m.

thunder ho ".. Low to- Ih r J July :Ifl 1:SI 3lS4 *SO 9:59

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Aroundrfttf !! Inter-County9. In New Orbit"The

Naples and ColllerCoun. Naples, Immokalee, and Even'l'd district manager to head the Johnson stated that the growth construction at the iompany's

ty area has become so Importantto glades lnltl ll\ and I it a later new operation.Addltlcmalperson. of Naples and surrounding areas Fifth Avenue building, along with
t"t Inter-Count Telephonesstem date will also include the ne w nel will be added in various de. has been phenomenal, and "('hal. City, Count and Chamber of
that we feel that the time Is North Naples and Marco Island I partments of the new district to loupes our ability to forecast and Commerce officials: and also re.

:+d'Po appropriate to establish a new exchanges implement this plan These per. meet future telecommunication viewed a 10 i ulnt program which
By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS operating district to be admin. The new district will be known I sonnel will be charged with the requirements." He said this ser. will substantial! Improve and

istered from Naples," company as the "Gulf District," and the primary responsibility of pro. vice improvement and expansion expand telephone service in

MOSCOW (AP) U.N. SecretaryGeneral president J.N. Johnson stated district personnel responsible riding the best quality telephone program will require an ex. Greater Naples' and surround.

U Thant said t< .. today for operations will be located In service possible to the custom. pendlture well In excess of one lug Collier I mint) areas

day the Soviet Union apparently; The new district will Includethe Naples C.E. Holbrook,currentl!}' ers within the scope of opera million dollars.

Is sticking to Its decision not to exchanges of Bonlta Springs, group manager, has been appoint. tlons of the new district. Johnson today Inspected Initial MILLION DOLLAR PROGRAM

pay the $52.6 million It owes for This comprehensive program,

U.N. peacekeeping operations. routing well in excess of a mil.

Thant discussed the matter Chinese Fear Schism Plot limn dollars, Is now under way,
Tuesday and Wednesday with and while much of It will be com
Premier Khrushchev and For. y ?fir pleted In 1904, the ultimate com.

elm Minister Andrei Gromyko pletlon Is expected In the latter

"I did not get the Impression part of 1905 This program out.

JOY HODGES that the Soviet government li. lined by Johnson Includes:
prepared to change its policy on Nik 'let's Talk'Mao 1. The two.storyakllliontothe,

this matter," Thant said. Says - company's Naples building on

He said his talks had covered ..._..- Fifth Avenue, which Is being add.

Joy Hodges wide ground the future of the (NEA Telephoto) ed to provide the necessary space
United Nations the financial .
KILLS POLICEMAN Cornered for local exchange and long distance
situation disarmament, Sbuth
equipment additions This
after attack
east Asia and the Caribbean. on new two Moiy addition will lit.
Chairmans "Mr. Khrushchev Is sincere In women a man identified as the slof
crease the building
Frank Rosato 28. killed
his desire to strengthen the a from 8,02': square feet to 11,
United Nations. He wants to see New York City policemanand 'let's Not'TOKYO 200 square feet

it develop Into an effective Instrument was in turn woundedand Says 2, The base rate area of the

Teen ClubJoy for the maintenance of: captured Naples, "MIIway" exchange will

peace. But his approach to the substantially) expaiidmi beyondthe

Hodges, a senior at Na. problem is different from that Naples city limits One, two
of some other member states," and four party service will then
pies High School, has been appointed
(AP) Communist
chairman of the board Thant said. CityCountyTax China told Soviet Russia todayIt ; be made available to many cus.tomers .
who served
of the newly organized Naples will "never take part in any are presently
on a multLparty. basis The
Teen Club. CANBERRA, Australia (AP) international meeting" that will ,
Naples exchange now has a one,
Before being appointed as Australia has sent a stiff note split the international Com
WeddingOn two and four party graded ser.
chairman, Joy was active In high to the U.S. government on theSenate' munlst movement. .
vice about 31.quar.
school. She was vice president of approval of legislation : ,
The Chinese Communists an Pr miles. This (traded service area
the Junior Class, on In the Home'coming of repudiating the Australian. "firmly opposed to a schismatic [ will be *xandi| >d to about U
Committee, charge
American meat agreement. The Rocks? convened leaden miles of
the Junior-Senior From, on Stu. Informed sources said the meeting" by square making it one
vice of the Soviet Communist party, the largest graded service areasIn
and presU
dent Council was note pointed out that canceUa.
the Chinese declared. the Inter.Coiinly System
dent of Methodist Youth Fellow tion of the agreement would Consolidation of the City of

ship. have a potentially serious effecton Naples' tax roll with Collier Peking's refusal to attend a LOCAL AND DDD
In addition to being active in relations between the United County's roll might not be an showdown meeting of the k'S'' %L :3. Approximately $200,000

school she also has varied In* States and Australia.The economical move, a city offl. world's Communist parties was al.w will be spent to provide addition.,

Urests tennis, swimming, foot. legislation which now Is clal Indicated this morning. contained In a letter dated July al local exchange and long dls.

ball, baseball, basketball,read. awaiting action by the House of Even If the County was giver 28 from the Central Committeeof lance dial rein ral office switch.
lug and dancing. Joy has lived In Representatives, would reduce the responsibility of mailing out the Chinese Communist party Ing equipment the Naples''Mid.

Naples for the past nine years quotas on Imports of beef and city tax notices and collecting to the Soviet Communist par. .. way" exchange This will coin
and feels she Is "well acquaint.ed other meats to counter a declinein city taxes, the City still would ty. Contents of the letter chic with customer demands for

with the teenagers and their prices of domestic products. have to keep an assessment roll were monitored In Tokyo froma better grades of service when the

desires In the" way of recrea. to levy and collect special city] broadcast by the New China base rate area Is expanded

tlon facilities. assessments. Thus, records and News Agency well as to IIII'ollh.future growth
The Junior Recreation Board LONDON (AP) The House
tax clerks would still be needed. requirements of the area
will be In charge of the Teen of Commons sat all night for Its This is the opinion of City Attorney READY INVITATIONS 4, Thousands of feet of new I
Room In the new recreation build. longest session of this Parlla.
David Spingler. He noted Moscow has been reported Cables are being placed through
Ing which will, be opening soon ment. and The 26 session minutes lasted four mine 18 that the City, In addition to col. preparing to send Invitations out the Naples "Midway" ex.
hours taxes also liresponsible change area These will be used
sites short of the longest sitting besting property next week to It Communist par. ,-
for a number !0> )trovld the connecting line
tie for
" 'Sen. Dodd Puts M tn," wst10"ye4ts.still in the only Housewh.n u lal assessments for lot clear a world a meeting conference to preparefor on the LWMtri .$k. to the new additional!, dial cen.

members were ing and mowing, street and side Issues Involved In the Chinese. tral office equipment Most of
at a.m. x
It adjourned : walk construction, and sanitary Soviet split. r"kp this cable const ruction will b. underground
Blame On TV The debate officially was on ,
sewer work The 26 to Insure continuity of
parties Invited would
with funds set
to do public
what It might be difficult: to Incor. be those which served on the service and to help maintain
m In 1787. By tra.
up by George these special assessments Greater Naples' unspoiled beau.
For porate
DelinquencyWASHINGTON dltlon It is the one occasion drafting committee that drew f +
talk on into the county tax roll,Ifth.City up the Moscow Declaration of ty,
members can any
(AP)-Sen. when wish. agreed to combine Its tax roll with: I960. This declaration, supposedto R, A new and l unique exchange
Thomas J. Dodd said today subject they the County's, he said. have been a charter for ac. building Is presently being con.

prime television time Is per. It appears that the City either tlon for the world Communist ., slruclpd on US. Itoute 41 In

meated with programs "featur. TOKYO (AP) Premier will have to merge its tax roll movement, Is one of the key '* a "r North Nailes, This new build.
ing excessive crime, violence Hayato Ikeda told the new U.S. into the county roll, or else points in the dispute. Both the a : .pi # v'W. ., ;: Ing, which Is about T per cent

and debased moral standards." high commissioner to the Ryuk. begin full-time assessment ol Chinese and the Russians claimto 1 completed, will house the dial

In a statement prepared for yu Islands today that Japan has taxes. Since 1960, the City has have been faithful to it and 1r central! office equipment for anew
the Senate Juvenile Delinquency no objection to U.s. military obtained assessment cards of all accuse each other of violating 4 v exchange to be known as.

subcommittee on the reopeningof bases on Okinawa because they Naples property owners from it. SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING is a new Girl Scout project thin sum. "LYrlc." When this new ex.

its hearings on television "are an important element in County Tax Assessor Sam Cold. Presumably Red China was mer. All set to take off in one of their formations under the leadershipof change Is ehtalillshnd In the lat.

programming, the Connecticut maintaining world peace." ing each year. For the most to be one of the 26 invited, instructor, Mrs. Allen liibre ( left), are (front, to back ) l Koxanno ler part of 1963! It will bring
said development part, theClty's valuation matches lo the North Naples area a sub.
But both Ikeda and Foreign along with all other Communist
Corwin Roberta
Iversen, !Mary Helen Corwin, Hetty Spinier, Sallie ,
itanllal In tele
the Improvement
since its original inqulryinl961. County's.At
Minister Etsusaburu Shlina parties now ruling in their own
62 failed to demonstrate "the In. stressed to Lt. Gen. Albert Wat. a meeting yesterday after. nations and leaders of the big Anslow, Pauline liibee, Megan Hooper, Shelley iStahlman, and Mary phone service.

creased concern and coopera. son n that Japan feels the Unit. noon In his office with Naples parties in Italy, France, Japan Bibee. The girls meet every Wednesday and swim from !9-12. The 6, A new gritted service area

tlon we were led to expect." ed States should grant the Okl.nawans officials, aiding said, "I can't and Indonesia. Girl Scouts are also sponsoring another class In intermediate and will he established In North Na.

Dodd- the subcommittee more autonomy in civil defend two tax rolls, and I won't Basically, the Red Chinese op. advanced swimming (NEWS: photo) pies This area Is currently
chairman, said that early this atfairs. try to defend two tax rolls" He pose the current policies of Pre. served from the Naples "Mid.

year he had ordered a study 01 laid that his office has hand.' mier Khrushchev which envl. way.. exchange on a multiparty
current to assess led of don coexistence Dear lasts, but with the activation of
program complaints Naples proper. peaceful as Abby Don't
whether the reduction of violence TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) iy owners. ThesepersonsCold. providing time for the Soviet Bryant Weighs Plan To Keep the new exchange In 1963, one

predicted by network officials The Far Eastern Council of Ing said, had told him they were Union to develop economicallyas MIAMI, FU. (AP)-Aircraft two and four party business and

in 1961 and 1962 had ac. Christian Churches has con. referred to Coldlng by the Na. a prelude to spreading com. kept an eye today on an easterly residence service will be of.

tually occurred. demned President Charles de pies tax office "because the munlsm around the world. The wave far out In the Atlantic ered

''I find that with the exception Gaulle's proposal to neutralize ity's assessment Is tho same Chinese demand more-aggres. Reapportionment Off Ballot Ocean that the Weather Bureau 7. To Implement the activation

of one network, CBS, very little Southeast Asia and Soviet is the County's" live policies. said was "within spilling dls. or the new exchange In North Na.
Improvement Is evident," he Premier Khrushchev's proposalfor tant.." of bo'omliig the season's pile. It will be necessary to In.
total disarmament Attending yesterday's meet. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cov. ways the amendment could I betaken dial 1 entral office
said. "Not only did we fall to Coldlng and Joe Santa CHARGE DISTORTIONThe first tropical: "Ahhy itall new
reduction of In a resolution adopted Ing were Farris Bryant studied a pro. off the, ballot were by a witching equipment[ for both lo.
see an appreciable representing the County, and Na. broadcast said Comma U.i. District Court order to Hurricane hunter planes reported .
which would
Wednesday at the council's fifth posat today bring and long distaste service.
violence In new shows, but we pies Mayor Archie Turner, City nist China persists In Its "stand strike It and by an order from Wednesday the disturb rap
found that the most violent general assembly, it said De legal action against the Secre. The engineering and planning for
Manager Vince Wood, Tax Ace for an international meeting of the State Supreme Court remov. Intensified little
shows of the 1961.62 season have Gaulle's proposal "encourages tary of State In order to keep ance the addition, of this new equip
Bert Pinkston and Coun. the fraternal for
parties unityon
lessor ,
Communists and marks him from Ing It bthe ourt's own voll. .
the a putting the 1963 leg. In
Is progress.S.
and ment presently
been syndicated are now cllman Goodloe McDowell the basis of Marxism.Lenln. A Weather Bureau official
being reshown on Independent road of appeasement" and re. "1 will stand behind every fl. Ism to be held after ample illative apportionment questionon lion The attorney een.ral.uuest..d sail renditions did not Indicateany In addition, many miles of
treat and defeat the Nov 3 general election table will be constructed to
networks and stations rapid or slgnlfleant Intenslfir.tlon. new
Cure on the county tax roll, preparation! ballot. en that the governor auk the
folding said, "but I'm not rooInr It also said the Russians "dls. The proposal was one of three Florida Supreme Court for an (Continued o* page 10)
to defend the city roll." He tort and reject the reasonable
suggested by Alt>. Gen James advisory opinion as to the Matusof
laid It would be better if the proposal advanced in our letter'
Kynes, who presented alterna. the I 1903!I apportionment plan ,------
City makes its own assess. of May 7, 1964, and turn a deaf e.
tlves to the governor Tuesday BASIS FOR SUIT ,...,
ear to the views of the man) .
for getting rid of the
(Continued on page 10) fraternal parties demanding unl. presentlegislature's tie said the court's answer !t
ty and opposing a split" apportionment would be the bails lor the suit
which the
The Chinese said the Rus. Supreme Court against the secretary of state.Kynes .
Teenagers TwistIn Bans "have laid down a rtvl.lonlst ruled as unconstitutional.Kynes sent his opinion with
told the i
political program and a governor thata the alternatives to the governor,
Dress suit against the 1 Mf; ,
Topless Secretary of
divisive organizational line for Mayor Herman W. Goldncr of
State may be the best of the
r v.lA'v At Artists' Ball an International meeting of the alternatives.He St Petersburg, Mayor Robert
fraternal parties." King High of Miami, Attorney
"This shows that you are de. said, however, that his of. Reeee Smith of Tampa and At.
SIDNEY Australia AP) -
fire could not institute the
two teenage girls twilled and termined to prepare and call action because he would have legal to torney John A. Baker of Orlan.

danced in topless dresses at the such a meeting arbitrarily, unl. I defend It as the 'legal advisor do.
laterally and with the The attorney general recently
annual) Art Student Ball Illegally For the stale f
Wednesday night Urn of effecting an open split Kynes told the met with them Al that time 1 ror
other wore bl. In the international Communist governor that High asked Bryant to call: a
Many girls
citizen could
my bring the '
tints movement" Red China said. suit special session for reapportion.
Kynes said the
other two
ment.Joh .
a ,

Probation Office To Open In NaplesA i I r-.- ''k' ti

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Naples office of the Flor- trlci office and he will be assisted "he opening of the Collier ', linden, Fort Myers district '

aNEW ida Probation and Parole commission by bliss Joanne Mande C unty office Is made necessaryn supervisor, has supervised those -, :=--.r4. L.Jj4

will officially open August vllle of Naples as secretary ony by the case load In Col In 'he Im okalec area. -= f(';(

1, It was announced today by Judges of Circuit and County liar County but by the Increasing Lang the new Naples supervisor ':T ,. ",1 "

the commission Court will be tble to continue number of prcs ntenc< Investigations his been with[ the comrnls- ? 'fA / r.;

The office,located In the court- using the services of the probation ordered by the Judges slur! for the pest two years work.. ,, '
f' ,
SUPERVISOR of Naples office for the Flor home complex building A,Room office to obtain background of the circuit and county courts log In Orlando He ls graduate ; .

ida Probation and Parole Commission, David E. 209 will serve ill of CoUlerCounty investigations on guilty offenders It was said These Investigations of Melbourne High School Florid '. i

Lang right is shown discussing cases with John There... approximately 50 prior to sentencing or In considering approximate 40 per year.In southern College of Ukeland, ) .&., ....... .A 11':J. <,
Madden supervisor of the Fort Myers office persons under supervision In the them for probation If and took graduate work In Psychology - n' --'

which formerly supervised probationers and parolees Collier County..... the offenders are placed und rprobation. the past Tom Hayward of at the University of I Ken- BARRY BIGGEST [BttKrR-Mri: Baron Gold I water

in Collier County. The new office of the Supervisor David E. Lang has Lang will actively supervise , the Fort Myers office has had tucky. fie ls married and will proudly points to < painting of her sin S:n. Barry Gold-

commission will open in the Collier County government been transferred from Orange them while they remainIn supervision of probationers and make his home In Mples with water, Republican presidential nominee The painting hangsIn

complex August 1. (NEWS photo) County to head the new dls- Collier County he said. parolees In the Naples mi,while his wile Mis Gol,, vaters Phoenix, Ailz, home


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS' Thur.Jay, July 30. 1964

\, > .'. 'I The Racial SceneSays 4 loll

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".0' Motel Bombed For Claims! KennedyMade

*Deal' For

Obeying. Court Order Rights Act vote : : a

JACKSONVILLE; (AP) A week after the civil rights act MEMPHIS, Teim .U41JS.' \
federal Judge was told today passed. Senate andulate M.M. Cull irrf
4 that a motel was fire bombed Many said they received anonymous diureeil, Wednesilanicht that A'F
sV'n because of an agreement by the threatening or vulgar AttGen.. Robert Kennel< i l'IS'
St. Augustine Restaurant Asso. telephone calls warning them to raised money for the "lami'ilp' I '
elation to abide by a court order maintain segregation of Rep. Ross Bass, also .t SE>n.
requiring restaurants and mo. But In general they agreed ate candidate, In return for a "
tels to serve Negroes.The they would obey the law If Bass having voted for the civil
testimony came from U.S. District Court Judge Bry. right hill. axw
James E. Brock, operator of an Simpson Issues an Injunc. Cm. Frank Clement is the
the Monson Motor Lodge, in a tlon as he is asked to do by the third candidate, In the rare for
suit by Integratlonlsts against Negro plaintiffs. the Democratic nomination to
23 motel and restaurant owners Another Injunction is sought the remaining two years of the a a" g<
who refused to comply with the against Interference by the Ku late Sen E It. s Kefauver'sterm.
new Civil Rights Act. Klux Klan, National States .
The trial is in its third day,Right party, Ancient i City Bullard said reliable sources, e? d v
The Monson was damaged bya Hunting Club and a dozen Indl whom he dido not Identify, told Ias rk w" c
fire bomb thrown through the vtduals. This will be heard Aug. him "Bass received $30,000from ,
dining room window July 24, 6. Kennedy a week ago."
the same day the restaurant "My life Is at stake," said Bullard a Newport Industrial.

association decided to accept a Sam Russo, who operates the 1st, said the money was collect . r w
federal court Injunction rather Flamingo Restaurant. ed In Washington and Boston '-- '- -

than engage in a long and costly ., Asked whom he feared, Russo anil got to Tennessee through (NEA Telephoto)
legal battle replied: "I don't fear any par. John J. Hooker Jr., a Nashville
In Rochester N.Y. and civil
troopers patrolled
tlcular I fear mob inter whom l I
"Do you think there Is any person. attorney Bullard l de.
Gov. visited the for a first-hand
strife quieted down. Nelson A. Rockefeller community
connection between (the bombing ference. This Is a mob." scribed as a close friend of Ken.
) and the suggested compro. Eddy Mussallem owner of nedy. look at the riot area. He is shown here on h is tour.

mlse?" asked Brock's attorney, the Quality Motel Caravan and Several days ago Bullard
Frank Upchurch. not one of the defendants, said asked Kennedy to Investigate
"Yes, without any doubt," he talked to Sheriff L. O. Davis Bass because Bullard alleged
Brock said. and Chief of Police Virgil Stu. the congressman had abused his St. Augustine
(NEA Telephoto) Brock Indicated the assocla.atlon Iii alter white pickets began congressional franking privilegeIn To Halt Race Protests Rights LeadersOK
had anticipated that Fed. parading before his place with the campaign. At another
DONE WITII CUBA-Juana Castro Ruz. sister of Fidel eral! Judge Bryan Simpson signs and Confederate flags on point In the campaign, Bullard MoratoriumST.
I Castro premier of Cuba, has formally requested asylum in would I s I u. an Injunction July D. charged that Clement backers
Mexico. She had fled to Mexico City several weeks ago and against the 23 as he had done The law enforcement officials were contributing to the Bass Until After ElectionNEW AUGUSTINE (AP)-Civil
wishes to stay there. previously against two restaur. said they couldn't do anything campaign. rights leaders in St. Augustineare
ante in a separate action. about it, Mussallem testified, "Bobby Kennedy has done YORK (AP) Civil ed Press Indicated that several willing to go along with any
to t church>supported unlven Brock testified that if the and his lawyer told him the enough damage to Tennessee by rights leaders In some cities ex. civil rights leaders on the local national moratorium on racial
Dr. Blackwell lily Civil Rights Act Is to work same thing forcing this strong civil rights press reservations about a call level Intend to go ahead with de. demonstrations, an aide to Dr.
But In recent months, and I I there must be strong law en. Mussallem said on July 11 he bill on us it's even strongerthan by Negro leaders for an end to monstratlons when they feel Martin Luther King Jr. said
during last week's meeting ol,i forcement.He made contact with i Hoisted the late John F. Kennedy most, If not all, mass demon. they are required( to get results. King, one of t h a six national
the university Board of Control said the white people of Richard Manucy, segregation wanted" Bullard said. 'I'm stratlons In the nation until an. Jesse Gray, leader of the Har. civil rights leaders who Issued
Takes Post Dr. Blackwell cam under attack .'' St. Augustine feel that some 800 leader, who said he didn't have sure he (Robert Kennedy) made er election day. lem rent strikes, said: "We'll a statement in New York call.
by one member. Negroes, who face charges In anything to do with the pickets many promises to congressmento The national leaders were critical continue to have demonstrationsIn ing for curtailment of picketing,
During the meeting, Dr. Char., connection with Integration at. When they finished talking help them out If they got In of what they called the Harlem In spite of what Wllk. sit ins and other demonstra.
lee Forman of Fort Lauderdale temps prior to passage of the the pickets were gone, Mussal. trouble back home after that "states rights platform" adopt. ins says" tlons, Is due back here this
At Furman U. accused Dr. Dlackwell of main, civil rights bills, should be lem said. But he said he at t rib. bill-and If It's true, It looks ed by the Republican conventionthat Gray's Community Council on weekend according to the aide,
taming an unwholesome atmosphere , brought to trial. uled that to a talk he had ear. like he's fulfilling at least onet nominated Arizona Sen. Housing Is under court Injunction D. J. Johnson.
on the FSU campus and Simpson told Brock that the Iler with a young man who ) his commitments." Barry Goldwater for president. forbidding further demon. It was King's Southern Chris.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Dr. allowing the growth of a sub. charges against the Negroes wouldn't Identify himself exceptto Bass and Rep. Richard Ful. Their statement Issued stratlons.The tlan Leadership Conference that
Gordon W. B1 a c k w 11, who verslve organization were held up pending a decision say he was from Atlanta. ton, D.Tenn., were the only two Wednesday night after a "sum. summit statement assigned staged the huge demonstrations
came under frequent political Dr. Blackwell vigorously de. on their petition to have the James R. Alexander, operator members of Tennessee's con. mlt meeting" said; "We be. by Wilkins, Dr. Martin last month.
harassment as president of nied the accusation, saying he cases heard in federal court of the Ranch House Restaurant, resslonal delegation to vote for lleve that racism has been Injected Luther King, president of the Johnson said, "I'm sure we
Florida State University, ac. took immediate action to curtailthe rather than state court. also said he conferred with ;he civil rights bill. Into the campaign by the Southern Christian Leadership would abide by any decisionsDr.
cepted the presidency of Fur. group's activities and notU "We are Just laymen; we are Manucy after his place was Bass was not Immediately Goldwater forces" Conference; Whitney M. Young, King would make. Anyway,
man University In Greenville, fled the board of his action. not lawyers," said Brock. "The picketed. available for comment Urging a shift In tactics, they executive director of the Nation. It is probably expedient to post.
S.C., his alma mater. The board called upon all unl. general public of St. Augustine "I told him we were con. called for broad curtailment, al Urban League; and A. Philip pone demonstrations.
He will assume his duties verslty presidents to tighten up Is confused about this." cerned about this from the safe If not total moratorium, of all Randolph, chairman of the Ne. Negroes have called a trucein
Feb.. 1. He planned to conduct control and report to the board Brock was the only wltnesi ty standpoint, Alexander testl. mass marches mass picketingand gro American Labor Council. demonstrations while federal
part of the operation of Furmanby of their actions. Wednesday to name white seg. fled, "and he said he was tired U.S. Files mass demonstrations until The statement described the court Is considering
from his FSU of. regatlonlsts accused of blocking of being accused of having after election
telephone GeM Schmidt of Jacksonville, day" and more Republican national platform asa against 16 businesses seeking to
.. vice chairman of the board of compliance with the civil rights something to do with the pic. emphasis on getting more Negroes "states rights" platform au. force integration under the civil
J. W. Wood, chairman of the control Issued this statement: law.A. kets.The registered: to vote. thored by "the Goldwater rights act. Two businesses have
second of the suit Involved one witness to testify Is executive "
board of the Southern Baptist "One of the greatest compli. phase Suit Roy Wilkins secretary forces already been told to Integrate.
University, said Dr. Blackwell ments an educator can receiveIs charges against the Ku James E. Brock, president and Under of the National Association "The senator himself," the
was chosen unanimously during to become president of his Klux Klan, the National States general manager of Monson Mo. for the Advancement of Colored statement said, "maintains his The county grand jury Is to
a called meeting of the board alma mater. We congratulateDr. Rights Party and several Indl. tor Lodge which a fire bomb People, took pains to make It position that civil rights matters convene Saturday State Atty,
Wednesday afternoon.Dr. Blackwell. .and know Fur. virtual for alleged Interfering damaged last week. clear that the "summit" state should be left to the states Dan Warren said it would name
Blackwell succeeded Dr. man will get an extremely cap.''with compliance.. Brock said Tuesday that he Rights Act ment should not'be interpretedas dear enough language for any a bl.raclal committee of five
John L. Plyler who retired after ebb: president." Most of the businessmen testified had demanded Manucy remove'the an endorsement of'PresidentJohnson's Neghj American." whites and five Negroes.
23 years service.In they feared economic loss pickets from the Monson candidacy.
the official announcement, and bodily Injury to their faro(. and Manucy complied. In addl. TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -' He also said in answer to a Mossier Stepdaughter In New Orleans I
Furman quoted Dr. Blackwell Kuwait is the fourth largestoil lies If they desegregated tlon, Brock identified three men U.s. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken.>question that the action had not
as saying he wanted to return producer In the world. again as they had the first who accompanied Manucy and nedy has filed the first federal been taken in order to reduce HOUSTON (AP) The Hous. New Orleans hotel under
an as.
said one of them was a picket. suit under the new Civil Rights the so-called "white backlash," ton Post said today Rita John. sumed name
,. A state trooper kept guard Act against 13 eating places described as the resentment of son Mossier, who disappeared
':':"a. > over Brock In the wake of his here. whites reacting to mass demon. shortly after the slaying In MI. The Post story said Miss Mos. I
.' .. : testimony and he said six of The action, filed Wednesday stratlons by Negroes.A ami of her millionaire step. sler'i 8 year old stepbrother,
them slept Tuesday night at his In U.S. District Court in Blrm. spot check by The Assoclat. lather, Jacques Mossier, Is in a Chris Is with her.
motel. Ingham, charged that owners
at downtown Uexallyou'll Negro witnesses told of being and managers of the 13 places
your refused service at several of the have violated the law by refus.
defendant restaurants.Mrs. ing to serve Negroes.
LucilleP1ummera Earlier Wednesday, Negro at. Unusual investment
find all his opportunity
: . \ plaintiff, said at one of the torneys in South Carolina filed
I places there were some hostile suits against two Orangeburg
white men wearing badges In. movie houses. The lawyers
; dlcatlng they work at the Fair charged that Negroes were
child Stratos Corp., an airplane turned away from ticket win.
repair firm which Is St. Augus. dows where whites were accom.
tine's biggest; employer. modated.
The Tuscaloosa suit demand
.:r ;; Up To Date ed that restaurants and lunch
: Officials Fear counters In the University city
be forbidden to discriminate
against Negroes. It also re.
;a Stocks Next WeekendIn quested a preliminary In June,
tlon against the defendants
There was no Immediate rule
r, of RochesterROCHESTER Ing. Court sources said a hear.
Ing would not be held until Oc.
N.Y. (AP) tober because of a crowded
Law enforcement authorities court docket for the three feder.al .
j looking ahead apprehensively to Judges in Birmingham.The .
Drugs . the weekend In
suit covers virtually ev.

:f, IDrnIDil@ID.W@ '] t y !i clamped applications.rlot.scarred down Rochester on pistol.permit- have ery hotel counter sizable restaurant In Tuscaloosa restaurant and a,and cafeteria except lunch a Fully equipped 1964 Imperials!

The ban the
temporary on is.
that dropped their racial bar.
; nuance of such applications rlers after the law took effect
: came as the city spent another In the
Hand In Hand suit, Kennedy Is resort.
i relatively quiet night without a ing for the first time to a provl.
renewal of the bloody racial slon of the Civil Rights Act a..
with i violence that rocked two Negro which permits him, rather than
. sections last weekend A four. private individuals, to initiate a
day suspension| of liquor sales suit when he finds a "pattern or
was lifted Wednesday practice" of discrimination. It
A City and stats police contln. also marks the fourth major le.
your ued patrolling the trouble areas, gal test of the controversial
and some 1,500 National Guard public accommodations section.
i troops stood by ready to moveIn
There have been rulings so
Doctori breaks and help quell any new out. far on two tests of the public ac.commodatlons .
section of the
Fred MorUrty, deputy count civil rights act, signed by Fresi.
i clerk, said he had been asked dent Johnson less than four CIDM
by the city's detective division weeks
t" )]illWJJ@rn to Issue no more pistol-permlt In both cases, a three-judge

applications to Rochester rest federal court in Atlanta upheldthe Now for
dents. law. priced remarkable year-end savings.
The request came after It was
noted that Monday and Tuesday --

y Your Health normal brought Moriarty number nearly said. three of applications times the, Hiding In Copter Stop in soon while these attractive offers

is Lifting of the liquor ban fol. More Fun Than

0 Our Business . lion lowed apparently of by the less dusk.fo.dawn successful than 24 hours curfew suspen.the Sliding On HillSAN last. Wide selection of models and colors. All

Both the restrlctlonswerepia.edon FRANCISCO (A -)-Hob.
ert Lee, 10, had put In a hard

broke The the out violence city last after weekend.resulted the rioting In the day above sliding Ocean down Beach.a sandy hill equipped with every important power assist and

Then he slid too tar, tumbled
of four
persons, Injuries
down a 200-foot rocky cliff and
to 350 fetched up unconscious on the driving luxury. All
beach. are priced to move. Fast!

NAPLES FIFTH AVENUE REXALL When he regained conscious.
f FIRST TASK nets he was .In a helicopter
NFORKUP' } One of he which took him to an tmbul.
; first tusk filing\ I group' of lace, which took him to a hos.pltil. .
Hometown Store
I f rookie (vhtrinrn, rat learning PLYMOUTH, Inc.
how to nand up. Doctors found only slight cuts
I t-:,. tOO Fifth Ave. S. MI 2-3358 Th tare Trunut Authonu ,I and bruises and sent him home. 2600 N.
: ,.. .., Polurmrn and must l.*m 10' Robert said riding In the hell. Tamiami Trail
f : .' ,
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I *" .iX: : >'J; ' '* stand, mil walk down the .i.le, I copter was more fun even than

.;;." "" :" :cj .:. ' : ... $, -. ,- -'.,of nuking: tubw) iraini. sliding down the hill -. ,

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i> 5 \ / I Ii@c..I 'Bulky' LookFeatures

VaJ'lcS : ii New

,"J : Dior FashionsPARIS

Naderdilf 3Y eats t ( \Pt-Dior came out
: V N,NI t<'(1awith ,I wile, hulk |"".I'".
.int.klrt sllli'niettitint some
By Mary A. Foster MI M3tlIne fashion 'XI"rl5III.>d the "new ;
look'chopped oft. r
There was pleats of difference
Another one of our travelershas ,
regular monthly meetingof
from the "new look" tint
the Naples Park Area Association returned. Mrs Leo Camp- -' rocked fashion In 1947 and mule P
will be held bell of 103rd Avenue returned .
tonight at 8 .p the House of Dior. That one
In the building on 103rd Avenue. last Tuesday from a two-month dropped wide skirted hems ;:
Please make an effort to attend. visit up North with her familyIn nearlY. to the ankles after wnt ," L

A warm welcome to Mr. and Buffalo and Dunkirk,New York! tint sbove-knee austerltfinh, <: '"Q
Mrs. Norman Handshaw and their Mr. and Mrs. Buck Sims of ton. '
two boys. Norman and Jeff for- 110th Avenue had as guests Todax'i new look was wide ( jie
merly of LJ., N.Y., and now residents Ruby's sister Mrs.Almalrelan skirted too, but with hems just I 4ri t Il I
of Naples. Mr. and Mrs. and son Leonard of Wilmington, I'J covering the knees.
Handshaw are the new ownersof Del.. and her other sister Mrs Dior may have dropped hem
an inch, but its not MuuRh to ...
the small neighborhood gro- Lucy Young of Ashevllle N.c.,

cery store on 104th Avenue, and Jake Corzine of 97th Avenue get excited abmit. \vhst tmpoitant .
we wish them every success In recleved notice that he had pass Is the width and bulk Jt, I
their new venture. ed the final examinations set by the new silhout>tt .
the Florida Real Estate Com- The skirts are shirred onto a

mission at Orlando on July 6th. e strip hip \ok. Theswlnc.! .
Prices Of Beef He was notified on July 15th. + \w Jackets tan lie htp,1. nf 111(1
Prior to the examination, Jake widening from a supph -.ul 'inshouldet
took a 15 week real estate courseat line. Or Jackets can I'* "" ...... ;we.5\
Pork SlightlyUp ttdv little fitted
1/ basques
Fort Myers under Mrs, :k.r
Lone, loose tubular sleeve :
Thomas W. Crow Jake com- ; .
4' rive Blur dresses and toiler
In MarketsBy mented "Believe me after all
: tops a very covered lol.k. There
THE ASSOCIATED these years, It's mighty hard to RECENT GUESTS at the Bald Peak Colony Club in Melvin I; Village, were a couple of plunging nerk
Housewives will find plenty of go back to school again" He N. II., were Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of Naples. They were photographed lines In evening wear, just for
offerings at their groceries this Is 62 years of age. He Is now on J Rust Pond just! !before going for a nde The Ileckeis me continuity but coveting collarless 4 \
weekend to open celebration of associated with Paul Schmidt on members of the Bald Peak Club (McGtath photo) necklines were. In the real --
the North Trail. spirit of the new <'collection NEl
August as National Sandwich ( Telephoto JrII
Month. Sorry to learn that Mrs. William Buttoned,up fOods and suits ,MR TOD.\V. fiONK TOMORROW-Not; to be outdone byother "
Featured fillings for these hot. Ryan of Vanderbilt Drive A retired worker now getting had loose band inll.irs 01 trim
farfetched fashion ideas l Involving bareness, designer
weather favorites Include pork, suffered a painful though not serious $40 monthly would get $42, one club collars. I
Jacques rsterel: would! 1.1thl' ladies shave the hair oft
Senate Receives Bill IO usual Dior had several
now getting $ would get As ,
beef, turkey, salmon and the Injury when she caught her $110,30 and one now getting $127 looks going at once, Just In case. their heads This is his new "bald look" and the model with
vegetable companions of lettuce, hand In the wringer of Ifer wash- would get$143.40 0 Straight, skinny tube shapes| a very high: forehead Is masking it under a white fur hat
tomatoes and cucumbers.
Ing machine. Although It Is quite mixed with the which matches her coat
Beef prices have edged In A man and his wife now getting alternated! or
some areas, as marketing slack.up bruised she Is able to use It. Raising SS BenefitsWASHINGTON $60 would get $63, a couple bulky look. The lo.se-sleeved, -

ened,'but they still remain gen. Do hope by now It Is better. getting $157.50 would get $173!!,SO ralall..houllt, >red tube dress member II nm 13 states and the
erally below year-ago levels. Mr and Mrs. William Dey- and a couple now getting $190.50 with collarbone level round Dogs BecomingMore District or Columbia 1

Especially plentiful are those Ermand of Bay View Avenue. (A*) A the late President John F. Kennedy .|, would get$200.10. neckline looks quti'kest to catch "It has too long been said that': J
top.grade roasts that make the Vanderbilt Beach, have guests House-passed bill to Increase had pleaded Senate supporters of the ad. on of anything In the best roast beef sandwiches. Mr. DeyErmand's sister Mrs. Social Security benefits headed> The measure as It stands ministration plan, however, Starting with peasant skirts, Meaningful, I the count ," said Dirk
Ground beet Is also plentiful. Charles Trotter.of Philadelphia, today Into a Senate fight to adc I would give a S per cent raise to were already at work on there .was a lot of Russian In the "Dogs till Iv. In ,'Itll'!. Even T
Pork prices have, like beef Pa. to It controversial .health care i. the 20 million Social Security re amendments to write into the coll..lon.Loose. Expert Claims dog I see in, the streets of New I
prices, strengthened In recent provisions.The tlrees and admit more than half measure a cut-down version of long tops \belted over York Is happv. They! must have '
weeks but the Increase has not CHECK-UP TIME House passed the meas., a million more persons to the the hospitalization proposal ample skirls were an updated MTHERSBUUG, Md. (AP a plate In the lives of the people,
been marked. Paul Fltsch of Gulf Shore ure Wednesday, 288 to 8, withoutthe rolls. possibly as a voluntary option version of the Cossack blouse.Sweater -Are the complexities and who own them. The> have to
Hams smoked butts and features for for some or all of the cash Increases ,. dresses had blousy of \
pork hospitalization Here ar a few examples of the congestion nun's modern walk them before work and till
Vanderbilt Beach has
shoulders other attractions. Drive which President Johnson and provided.The Cossack lops with long loose world his
are proposed increases e rowdlng best friend the evening, and that takes lot
The American Meat Institute been a patient for over a weekin proposals have not been sleeves, and high, loose collars out of the picture? of doing.
the Veterans Hospital InCoral put In final form. Similar moves At Dior, |ants were Just for
suggests such variety sandwich. Not on life
your says dog ex. Dr. Frank R. Ilooth veterl.narlan .
es aacookedham with applesauceand Gables. He Is undergoing tests lFoo, d for Afrwlr r 1 1World's earlier this year by the House port or swirling around the! |pert Aided Dlik, the new exe. from Elkhart: ,, 4 Ind., of. ,,
house. Suits
supporters were abandoned In In gabardine or
liver sausage with bacon and a complete checkup. Mrs. cutlve vice president[ of the fered these statistics
chips. The Institute also sug. Fltsch has been staying with her the face of certain defeat by the tweed had wide, culotte front American. Kennel Club,. There ate" 2r. million dogs In
gels a list of "breakfast sand. sister Mrs. Eugene Kuntz In Ways and Means Committee.Any "I think dogs are becoming the United Mates Tills country
wiches," Including crisp baconon Hollywood, In order to be close Fair Iceby such provisions are sure lottes Hats at Dior were beanie cu. more meaningful more useful, produces five billion tons of dog
to meet stiff opposition and worn over the forehead,
clnamon toast, ground beef more necessary for their rom. food
for her husband. a year. It lakes ,'
visiting 170,000tonsof .
might block final of the or big beret shapes that Juttedout
on toasted niufftns and passage panlonxhlp the that beanyone's
English and Kokesof Joy can steel' to
Mr. Mrs. John (uikage only the
corned-beef hash on open.face Gaynor Maddox bill thlf year, especially since In front who has a dog, ," he canned dog food
toast. 95th Avenue had as overnight Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Congress Is driving to adjourn The new Dior blue Is a brll. said.[ j
last week Hilda's hint Bristol Dog foods outsell baby foods
guests cousin before the Democratic National shade pink Is a q
Cither sandwich supplies In. Isn t space 'Iwinmlng a prob. and breakfast ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Dakar anda Convention begins Aug. 24. light bright, almost harsh cereals tom d
elude turkeys off In price in The New York World's Fair Is studded 1l'1II7 tined
many shops, thanks to a 15 per very old dear friend of the with fine restaurants. One of our favoritesis As passed by the House, the shade Pearl gray was a lovelynew "You have to live In New
cent higher output. family Mrs. Millie Siksen, anda The! American Restaurant in the Gas bill would Increase Social Secu. looking neutral, There was York to see how valuable dogs
Among fresh vegetable at. cousin's little girl. Christine Pavilion rity payments about $921 million lots of black, and a frequent an I In 'people who live In small PASTOR SIX DECADES 1!

tractions this week, are caull. Saule. They are all from Clearwater Maddox George Lang who supervises this ex annually by setting a new scaleof look of black on black through apartments I have seen the big. WIDI M K. Ark (101') .. SKI, .
flower, salad greens, fresh corn, Fla., and Chicago, 111. quisite dining room with walls of glass opening on to the $42 to $133.40 for a single texture outcast gent kind of dog com out of the your. in' tin, Souihitn liupli I
green beans and tomatoes. Mr. and Mrs.James H.Walker dream world of the fair, is a supergourmet His Inspired worker, up to $281.20 for a fami. smallest places," he said !ilUniNliv was iiimnKriiUtlhy RiI '. 1
Among fruits, plums and watermelon of 94th Avenue returned late Saturday . interpretations of American regional dishes are the delightof ly with dependent children. 'The .I\'k spoke on modern still enjoy a spotlightbut afternoon from a two and sophisticated tastes, This Watermelon Ice is an example. maximum would go up In'tu'j r A fresh fruit salad 1 jooks >4U ,'dim) liT an InrtTVtfeW 'WediiMdiynight [ '' In 'bin Itonnr ul Ifcirtil Cat
other attractions Include the Picture yourself seated beside ceiling-high glass windows, ture years, as high as $300 for a lraclive If the fruit Is left In at the second. annual 1 conference Ilipiisitiuinhhtri
half months north.
lemons, limes, nectarines, blue. a trip to over a miniature lake with water flowers spooning this coolIng family. large pieces: pared cantaloupe of the Professional/ Ih. M4'\"lIr.1 pfuuh., Iserial i ,
berries and They left here on May 12th. The bill also would step up the rings watermelon wedge, whole tiers Assoi i.itlrai. It was
mangoes. dessert Like the idea 7WATERMELON a galh; I'i pitli ""I l N.: thickhUiinny
First stop was Washington., Social Security tax paid by em. atriwbcrrits, apncul und peach erlng of dog owners, handlers / lluilli" and l his bjpltr I
then to Atlantic City, New Jersey ICE ployera and employes, In part halves make a fine mbmitiun- how Judges and association ',,,,ir dines' 'I.IItMI.) .r r o
where they attended a Bap- ((8 servings) by increasing from $4,800to$5-
Rancher ClaimsHe tist convention. Then on to their 1 quart w.termelOIulp % cup sherry 400 the wage base on which they _.

Crossed Chicken daughter and family, Mr. and >t cup sugar Red food coloring are levied. The. Increase would
amount to $31 20 each next year.
Guest In Fair- 1\1\ orange juice
Mrs. James R. cup
The bills would also add about
With Pheasant less Hills, Pa. They were on Remove the seeds from watermelon pulp, and force the 600,000 aged persons to the/
FLACERVILLE Calif. (AP) hand for the graduation of two pulp through a fine sieve. Blend in sugar, orange Juice beneficiary rolls by relaxing
-A part time rancher claimsto of their grandsons and the mar-> sherry and a few drops red food coloring just enough to coverage requirements for the
have crossed a chicken witha riage on June 27th of their granddaughter give the liquid a true watermelon tint Stir In mixture until benefit of persons, mostly wi.
pheasant.The Bonnie Lynn Guest the sugar is completely dissolved then pour the mixture down, 72 and older.It FREEZERS
result: the "Mongolian to G. Harold Bergmann. Mr. into a deep ice cube tray. Set the tray In the freezer unit would also extend chil
chick-sant." and Mrs. Walker some of the refrigerator with the control set at its coldest point, dren' benefits to age 22 for surviving r
"I've never heard of such a and let the mixture freeze to a mush. Remove the tray from children who continue
thing," Edlo Delflno, El Dorado time with W.lker's94yearold the refrigerator, and beat the mixture with a rotary beater their education and would bring
-County agricultural commissioner mother In Pittsburgh Pa. until it is smooth Return the tray to the refrigerator and under Social Security coverage
said when told of the Guess by now they are mighty continue the freezing beating several times more until the selfomployed doctors of medl.
mating. glad to be back home In Naples ice is of the proper consistency. cine and Internes.
P.N. Bush 38, a linoleum lay. Park.
er who lives on 132-acre fowl Mr, and Mrs. Ed Harroun of SAVE \
ranch, said he tried for a year 103rd Avenue also returned home \
before he got a Mongolian ring. last Saturday from three weeksup \

neck certain pheasant red hen.to mate with a friends north visiting with family and- .c ::::::: t

He says three chick New York. En route home ! $
hatched and he has 48 more
eggs. they spent several days with their : :

The chicks have chicken bod. daughter and family Mr. and ", ,
lea with pheasant markings, he Mrs. Ben Williamson and grandson '> : '

said.He Jeff in Atlanta G.. :f N' LET S .r
plans now to switch sexes Until next week remember the

and try for a red rooster. ill, and pray they get well, and
pheasant hen mating. may the Good Lord watch over NO
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Ranger 7

OMNI ANTINNA Gold Drain Not Worrying

Appears On RANGER

SPACECRAFT Reserve Board As Before

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The ButtonPASADENA By SAM DAWSONAP The June loss of $70 mlllh"
CAMIRA APIRTURI Business News analyst! was in a special exchange sta.t

Calif. (AP) NEW YORK (AP) The big. !blllzatlon fund, unreported II
Scientists watched with growing nest loss of US gold In a year I the official reserve figures Tin: :
elation today as Ranger 7 sailed r pints" up the troublesome fact special fund can draw on the "t.
peacefully through space with a I t cist that the battle of the deficits final reserve when necess r
argo of cameras now given an still Isn't won. But the dollar'sname :but Its main purpose is to Pt,.:
80 per cent chance of snapping SOUR PAUL LATCH Is so good now that the vent wide swings either wa> Iii
history's first closeups of the i OH.OAIN AHTINNA $7u.mllllon gold drain In June, the value of the dollar in term-
moon. reported this week by the Federal of other currencies as International .
Radioed Information Indicatedall Reserve Board, doesn't payments vary frm
Instruments aboard the 80S. e worry the money managers the month to month.
pound vehicle were In normal! way It would have a year ago. Gold losses of the fund tin'
Instead, most of the worry been $56 million
condition, Including the televi. SOLAR PANIL year have i<
elon system designed to go Into now Is concentrated on still an. January, $22 million in February ,
action just before Impact at 8:29: other crisis building up for the $34 million In May and $'(l
a.m. Eastern Standard Time British pound sterling. And fl. million in June. But the find
Friday. nanclal circles here as well as gained by an Inflow of $32 mil.
There was no threat so far of f abroad wait anxiously to see If lion In gold in March and $1"
the technical! troubles that foiled the Bank of England will prop million In April.
lit previous Ranger shots a a the pound by raising Interest France Is a fairly steady buy.
Dr William H. Pickering, dl. rates again. er of I'.S' gold, getting around,
rector of the Jet Propulsion BATTIRIU This would add to America's $100 million every three month
Laboratory which made and is deficit problem( by tempting In. This has been offset by U.S.)
guiding Ranger 7 on Its 228,000. vestors with Idle dollars to ship purchases of gold this year, put
mile voyage, says the Insect. 9 them abroad to get higher of it stemming back to Soviet
shaped spacecraft has passed B. f yields than available here. selling of gold to buy grain.
the worst of Its hurdles and has The American problem Is that Britain's currency problem I i-
a four-out-of-five chance of sue despite a surplus of exports of a more serious nature. It-
cess. Ranger., the seventh Ranger spacecraft, has television cameras designedto stations. The Ronger-B'i flight could supply great amounts of scientific over Imports, the total outflow Imports have been rising and its
He tipped the odds from 50.50 accomplish a specific job: to take close-up photos of the moon's surface information on the moon's surface for future unmanned (Surveyor) and of dollars continues greater exports have fallen behind. It
Wednesday after a minor trajectory during the final moments of flight. There are six television eyes manned (Apollo) landings on the moon. Diagram at left indicates where than the Inflow Last year the now runs a trade deficit, o,ti.
adjustment 100,000 miles aboard; two for wide-angle views and four for limited-angle pictures. The cameras are located. Photo at right shows the six lenses.It9s loss was $3.3 billion.estimated So far trts trasted to the U.S. trade stir.

out In space aimed Ranger 7 at cameras take thousands of pictures and then radio them back to earth have year been the deficit cut to is an annual rate to plus; and the pound sterling h.l'
a 50-by.300.mlle area In the Sea been weakening In the intern
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of Clouds, just southwest of the' of around $2 billion.In tional money markets. This "is
center of the moon. terms of gold this means the seventh such sterling Crib)
Ranger 7 now Is cruising Lunar Clock that as these surplus dollars pile since World WarD
while scientists determine A Strange World up abroad some of them can be To curb Inflationary trends, at
whether one final correction turned In to the U.S. Treasury home and loss of reserves, the
must be made before the space. May Be DevisedTo for gold, and our reserves drop. Bank of England: in Februar J

craft plunges Into the moon at 5,. By WILLIAM 1.. RYAN At the center of the spectacle Viet propaganda still vigorously has Increased Red China's in. The latest figures It at on$13.48 this offl.billion raised to 3 per cent from 4 percent
800 miles an hour. terest In Europe. This seems to reserve put its bank rate the char u
On Moon the West German
Use AP accuse
Special Correspondent re.
is West like ,
Germany from the
a ponder down only slightly
Its six cameras, peering out a of and worry the Kremlin. for lending to British banks
gime plotting
hole In the side of Its cone. PHILADELPHIA (AP-What Chinese firecrackers sputterand ous.coquette Suitors In at both an Internationalball. seeking nuclear arms revenge for nefarl. Apart from Red Chinese mus.deflexing year ago figure of $13.63 billion. which acts as a guide for all in.
shaped body must be pointed crackle on the world dlplo. camps eye Now' there
there are a number terst rates there. is
time will the first earth men on ous -purposes. But Khrushchev
matlc one another with hostile
straight down when they begin :the moon go by? stage, and a strange cion. uspl. now Is virtually committed to go of reasons why the Russians at talk that the rate may go up
snapping 4,000 pictures In the That's perhaps a silly ques. spectacle Is unfolding. to Bonn, probabl late this year, this stage might want to play Fanatic Sect again, to 5Vi per cent, and some
Confusing In the
final 13 minutes of flight. lion, but there is a real problemat global The Soviet Union and Red I to talk with Erhard on a wideusortmt'nt ball with West Germany. say even to 6 per centOHIO'S .
Pickering said the Sea of least as top scientists see It picture are prospectfore. China, each In Its own way, of Issues. On poltti. Moscow has been restive
Clouds was chosen as a target tokening new foreign policy court Chancellor Er.hard' about French.German Slays Fifty In
-In getting a man from earth Ludwig cal issues, such as Berlin, they coopera.
because It Is In the half of the I problems for the next UJS. ad. tlon, which reached of
regime. President a point
adjusted to time on the moon. ministration. may make scant progress, but
moon that will be lighted by the Charles de Gaulle's France like near-euphoria early In 1963
Man has had a biological on the economic side the story North RhodesiaLUSAKA
sun at time Impact, "lock built Into him since his 'a jilted swain, Is sulking. The could different. when Konrad Adenauer still was
evolution. As he goes about his United States remains Bonn's The Red Chinese appear to at the helm in Bonn. The two Northern RhodesiaAP
dally activities, his metabolismIs Soviet favored suitor, but the long find unwelcome the notion that countries have less In the way ( ) Terrified refugees say
Astronaut Will geared to a 24-hour day. 36th Unmanned range possibilities could make Khrushchev might mend his re. of a common policy now. Er. warriors of the fanatic Lumpa
Space medicine doctors are Washington jumpy. latlons with hard does not buy the idea of a religious sect speared 50 African .
Into concerned with the lunar ex. Cosmos SatelliteMOSCOW West Germany. European policy Independent of men to( death in two North
Premier French of
Try Step Khrushchev and So. recognition Peking the United States.
plorer's ability to adapt to con. Rhodesian villages, drove the
dltlons In which day and night, (AP) The Soviet surviving women and children i
Space On FlightHOUSTON as we know them on earth, do Union launched the 36th un. Into grass huts and burned them
not exist. For most of us, day. manned satellite In Its Cosmos alive.
(AP) One of the time and nighttime regulate our series today. Tass said the sat. The refugees from neighbor.Ing .
crewmen on the second Gemini activities.How el lit* carried scientific equip. I villages said 200 men, wom.
space mission may become the will man adapt himselfto ment for further study of outer M e* ,4 !! s.+ ; en and children died in the
first astronaut to step outside conditions on the moon whereone space. J'e' slaughter at Chlpwata and Et-
the spacecraft while In flight, lunar day equals 29Vi earth The Soviet news agency said y mabundo, near the sect's head. -J\
the crewmen said today days? Cosmos 36 made Its first revolution yK .M em 2 1 quarters In the northeast sector
This experiment for the mis A "moon clock"-.djUsted so of the earth In 91.9 min. 1 of this central African British
slon scheduled early next year that time on the moon can be utes. Us greatest distance from r rw r territory.
was announced as the primary computed exactly Into the same earth was given as 314.3 miles Some 1,800 Africans fled LBJ-A lanky man
and backup crews held their period as time on earth 4s the and Its closest point 181.8 miles t c Wednesday to the mission station strides the Cleveland streetsin
first news conference since answer, In the opinion of Dr, Previous satellites In the 2yearold at Muluga, 20 miles away, a Texas topper and the
being selected Monday--for the I.M. l evltt, astronomer and dl. Cosmos series have seeking protection from the dis. people stop and stare. More
mission. rector of Philadelphia's Fels had much the same rharacteris. clples of Lumpa "prophetess"Alice than a few have asked;
"This stepping Into space will Planetarium.He tics Lenshlma who have beenon "Aren't you President Johnson -
be one of the highlights of our took his theories and calculations a rampage of murder, arson ?" Anthony Stanisha, 58,
experiment" said Air Force to Martin M. Decker, .. and looting for more than a smiles and says, "No. But
Capt. James A. McDlvilt, the chairman of the board of the Blank Cartridge week he looks a lot like LBJ.
primary crew's spacecraft com. National Aeronautics Association w Previously the government
minder I and president of the Decker Injures Soldier had reported 41 dead, Including

McDivitt' copilot, Air Force Corp. of Philadelphia. AUGUSTA, Ga. (AF) A 25. 30 Lumpas.
Capt. Edward H. White D, Decker built the moon clock, ,year.old Melbourne man, Spc. Troops stood guard over the
agreed. It has two dials showing the :4 Marlon J. Henderson, was In refugees while the rest of a 1,.
The second mission scheduledfor Greenwich time on earth and serious condition today after be 200-man force of troops and po.
: early 1965 will last up to the local time for a particular ,'Ing shot In the chest with a blank lice prepared a full-scale attackon
four days, and will follow the point on the moon. I cartridge. the marauders. Prime Min.
Initial maimed Gemini flight of The position of the sun at any Army officials said Henderson, Ister Kenneth Kaunda, head of
three orbits due In late Decem. moment, even when It Is below I undergoing two weeks of sum. Northern Rhodesia's first all.Af.
ber this year.Kenneth the horizon during the lunar I mer training at nearby Ft. Gor. rlcan government promised:
S. Kleliikneclit, depu.ty night, Is shown on a scale which I ion, was accidentally shot at "There will be no appeasementof
manager of the Gemini pro. marks off the 29Vi lunar days to I close range during a training ex. the sect"Alice
gram, declined to give details one earth day. I rclse. He was taken to the :*: 'a 4 f- Lenshlma, a matronly
of the step'lnto.space expert A calendar Is Incorporated In 1 base hospital, - - ---- woman In her 40s, was reported
ment, but said the entire ma. the clock to show the date on A spokesman said It was pos. holed up In Kasomo village! six
neuver probably could be accomplished the earth which will also be con. ilble for blank cartridge fired (NEA Radio-Telephoto) miles from Chlnsall. Govern. r
I a ,
In about five min. sldered the date on the moon. I U close to cause serious BOMB SCARE IN LONDON-A smoking WWII bomb was unearthed by a bulldozer in ment officials were reported un. t
utes. Decker thinks the United j j Injury. range, the heart of the financial district In London. Explosives specialists removed It. Biggest willing to capture her for fear of
Kleinknecht said the four-day :States will be the first nation to danger: police couldn't keep the curious away while the disposal squad was working setting off more violence.
mission will have 10 or 11 additional reach the moon, and "We will
Oldest U.S. military post
scientific experiment as. be up there within the next two
now in service is West Point.
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Plan Open House Thursday! July JO, 1961 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
Beatles' New
At New National Washington Stooges, (hough not at hilariousas

Air Space Academy Movie May Be are elthel.new at tt.But then the Beatles I'A241PMUl1MIlD

National Air New All four register' as personal.
Space Beauty
.1 nonprofit boarding Academy.. Year's Surprise tads Ringo Starr Is an Ideal
t tor prepare target for abuse because of his
\ school for boy, will hold ci UBIEes
an open house from 110 6 0'. By BOB THOMASAP nose ml height and he chinos Th
clock Sunday afternoon, Angus; Miss U.S.A. Movle.Tel.vlllon Writer In a 'Iuplln.sqlltl; escape to the
slmpli pleasures( of life. Paul
2. The new school is located , on a 15 acre tract between I MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP f !Mini Daj's Night," starring the MrCart\I'v:\ ts puckish and refreshing +a
nIa. von Park and Sebrlng The new Miss USA, a math \\1,1 'S Beatles, mal well be the sur. and John Lennon and
a.1n NASA will offer all the courses once serenaded by teieu- rise film of the year. The cur George iiirrlson do well In the
that will, upon graduation of star Ricky Nelson, competes t" 1 ise is that it Is good. more-i>i I''SS straight roles 1
J cadet, be Movies designed to cash in on WUl111''g to adults Under no
It. acceptable (to the I night against beauties of rs I"
'V, various colleges and unlversl. fleas for the Miss Unix.r .., .. 1 ___ the curiosity value of headlineI'onalltles clrrunivt t.ult eg should you see "A
' ties, and will provide necessary crown. have traditionallybeen Hard !> i 1Night" at a matinee.
'e.In preparation for the respective i She is blue-eyed, blonde r,'. t ; slapdash. affairs that have Procer i with i mtlon at other
service academies. West Point, Johnson, a stunning 19.tear "I teased nothing beyond curtosl.t times
I nI naval Academy, Air Force Academy from Washington, D.C. .'.miiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii
Coast Guard Academy and I She probably Is one of the A l li It was therefore only natural '' '''' '' FABRIC NEWSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII14'I 1 '' ''''
Kings Point Academy. NASA, as i mest beauty winners on re '. Bat' a reviewer would approach
II> its name Indicates, will promot i Eight thousand people web, het err "A Hard Daj'a Night" expect- 8
t I
III Aerospace education, together her step smoothly from the line I.c, little more than the tape re. FOR J y. .
'U. uth dual flight Instruction, at: of IS semifinalists and re five ,rltng of an orgiastic Beatle
i( the request of the parents. the Miss USA crown without a III'erl which was shown in the.
ud National Air Space Academy 1 tear. aters two months ago.
11y. I is the first private, secondary I Bobbl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lk The film turns out to be conslderabl .
boarding school to build Its cur. Duane B. Johnson, kissed her + )' more than that. The I
rlculum around the Aerospace i backstage, told her she had had : t unshorn quartet mar be with us
Education program of the Civil 1[ some "tough competition," then for a long time to come, not as
Inirt Air Patrol The model for this i set bout I congratulating the freaks but as qualified enter.
I' larding school lathe Mary Knoll 1 runner up! talners. N.WI..I
coordinate In
. Academy, a private dayschoolln i Tall Diane Balloun, Houston, TRIUMPHAL I Producer Walter Shenson and We recommend
Ilonolulu, Hawaii, where Lt. Col. Texas, first runnerup; Patricia MOMENT The Cold Cup most coveted trophy of Ascot Seek, writer Alun Owl'nI choseto Sinhue Tsrpoon solids and plaids.
let Francis Gomes has developed a i Marlin, Fairbanks, Alaska, se"'. ruts between Jeanne Moreiu and Rex Harmon II they 'leave the track Its s key scene forego any semt lance of a wrinkle free washable.
similar program All cadets will ond; Janet Joy Erickson, Salt filmed near Elilree, England, for The' Yellow Roll Royce, Action Ukei place In the 1130.. plot They portray John, Paul, ,
I'Ih bi members of the Civil Air Patrol .i Lake City, third, and Johnna -- George and Ringo that's the
an auxiliary of the United I Ruth Reid, Paducah, Ky. '. . : dressed by strangers But after order of their hillbg-as what $1.98 yd.
States Air Force, however, National The winner's eye-catchlng dli : fadfaBy : awhile there are times when i they are Beatles
iIsIt Air Space Academy Is In i mansions, 35-22.35, are more TV'i.: *''i.: : you wish people would let you i What Impels{ the flimsy craft 1-
no way officially connected with i than skin deep Bobbl Is a Ni' alone along Is the Introduction of the Doecordi end cotton knits Mission Valley plaids.
IT.la. the Air Force or any agency of 1 tlonal Science Foundation srho. CYNTHIA LOWRYAP of "90 Bristol Court( ,"which will Debbie listened politely and character of Paul's grandfather I
the Federal Government. lar and attended the Unlversit; Televlslon-Radlo Writer debut in October murmured sympathetically, but an overage rake played with The ever popular
NASA, will open for boys In of Kansas last year as an hOe HOLLYWOOD (AP) Debbie Debbie awaits the change of it was obvious that she couldn't delicate skill by Wilfrid Bram. Fashion's newest S-T-R-1-T-C-H denim,
I grades seven through postgraduate .i nor program mathematics ma. Watson, a bubbling, wide-eyed status with undisguised impatience. Imagine tame ever becoming a bell. His mischlet-making adds corduroy and homespun
>I II I 5 status on September 20 i Jor. She wants to program elec l5-year. old, today can walk bore to the travail suffered by the 1
ot this year Additional information .i ironic computers. down any Los Angeles street, or ':I'v. already gotten tour tan Helen Traubel, the former Beatles at the hands of their
may be uU Jned by writing 1 One of Bobbl's most order Metropolitan fanatical fans. 98C
athe talked a cheeseburger at any letters, she announced breath Opera Wagnerian 1 from yd-
the Director of Admissions, about experiences is her drive-in without and The movie opens with a mad
sere causing any un. lessly. "And 1 can't Imaginehow soprano once a favorite
.t; NASA, Box 1000, Avon Park, nade from Ricky Nelson, sing. due stir. anybody knew about me." television playmate of Jimmy I scramble by the foursome to ...
ergo 33825. ing son of Ozzle and Harriet. By the time Thanksgiving; Debbie and I were Joined for: Durante, has been cast as Tony ape their following and board a SPECIAL SALEOne i
"He crowned me Kansas City roll around all this will change the studio luncheon break by Franclosa's mother in ABC's train. It ends with a television
ks\ HELLO, WORLD Auto Show Queen of 1963. tie because pretty, typical-teen Richard Denning, television'sformer forthcoming comedy "Valen. performance whkh pour forth
"NEMORK.' (AP-The manual I kissed me and he serenaded Debbie, for better or for worse, "Mr. North"' and "Ml. time's Day" playing a former enough of their twangy chant- group cottons greatly REDUCED
in.Ih "nanzu "Hello. Dolly'lot sac n me," she said hesitantly. "He will then be a recognizable tele. chael Shayne," who Is playing opera star Ings to satisfy the most devoted (Look them over All name brands.)
upne gill have iff shoot productions i inUrn was very nice." vision star A Los Angeles her father in the series. "What's My Line?" has Beatlemanlacs. THURS. FRI. SAT
In between the banter files at -
am Austria, England ndlupan youngster whose previous thea. On the joys of being a public Jumped Into the Nielsen' top ten ,
tried experience Included only figure, he said: "At first, it's during the warm weather, Its a rapid clip. The wisecrack
Arrangements for the Largest exhibition hall in some roles in among the Beatles, their hand.
presentshav community thea. marvelous. You really get a annual demonstration that the
I 5'" been completed by the U,S. is the New York Coliseum I i tore and at Knott's Berry Farm, kick out of having people nudge audience will hunt for fresh material lire grandpa and various by. The Fabric Mart
\ Ds d Mcrrick The only opensIII opened in 1958 at Co.4)umbus she has the title role on NBC's each other when they see you standers are sometimes too fast
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David Lyon TIME r \ YORK (yilV,Q'nt;' rivals He got a Job as a protivsslonal's .

lurd on the money.W\/\/ ,nlj\jut assistant shortly alter SPORTS
first on the monvl' r i.rAiAg getting out of the Marines III1I1t15.
The elghth-place team in the don't move to Atlanta perhaps list I '," O\; */iU| lie drifted Into the tour
National League Is the the I''.S. Court should \\1 and survived
closer to Supreme : the dour Scots / | for a few
told 11M
top than the fourth-place team In review Us 15.year.old declaimwhich ,drt'ws. With the backing of businessmen years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

the American League Becauseof held that baseball prlmar. e Before he had dal/ tl't friends.
the National' great balance, fly Is a sport and not a business rot rely old course J,1)) \"d\ tl'tI A classic swinger who Is long 6 COLLIER COUNTY Nl'WS Thursday, July 30 1964
It Is quite possible that the Cubs There have been several changes I nth "f Forth l ,lIf\1\1\. off the tee and very accurate
or Dodgers canwln IOor12 games In the high court's membership Tons 'tun the unoe"'ti'v.;/ .. with his irons, Lema had five
In a row and move up quick! to since then. The decision, ( 9a'Y ,,11'1' sniping nath/ ... U" lean seasons, never winning
contention favorable to baseball's owner. Y' / IIlldUt'! of>l his' overlappl/l/\ gfli[fi, more than $12,000, until his
But In the American League, ship, was reached while the lad' t Y Jk Tho\ inel' him. 1Wi I 'lI\ld' game suddenly jelled In the
there are for all practical pur. Fred M. Vlnson, an ardent base. i his golf Int the\' loved 'f\\ |i\ Af \r. summer of 1M2. Last year he
poses three strong teams and ball fan, was chief justice. Because ling |tw, smiilltv Whl'} >\uRp/t, | ] collected 967,112.52.! z< .t
seven second Uvislon ball clubs. It is legally a sport, base. ike his t'lumi,"'Kne. TVV\ (-lif|*. Lama scorns long practice
Not coincidentally, nearly all ball hasn't had to worry about i I" p'I I him the "Jolly 'l f p','' sessions and plotting of courses
these seven laggards are having such things as antWrust law .t 1 i>ma, 10), "i t tall, !B"ijvv'K'Cl' \// on a notebook such as Jack
attendance problems.As But It is not for sporting reasons Marino trom the \ftWjn' Nlckiaus does. He just tees theball ,. ,Jg # r 6Tt
long as a club Is a con. that Milwaukee's owners San Lplro, CaJ\II'\ dt't\ up and whales away, a<'.
tender, the people wUl turn out are Interested In moving the < L ,r ? tn win the BrltlJj I w ,i to iceptlng I the bad with the good
In good numbers. But even this Braves to Atlanta. It's just that r x a 111 lUsh, himself as y\L\'\ 0\ ipo' "I learned a long time ago It
early In the season, the AmerIcan the team isn't attracting as man) IN"si exciting figures i [Vi Ad1fn doesn't help to worry." he says. e
League has stratified. The cash customers as in former .w golf. It merely e>/ulliehed
seven also>rans might Just as years. te! Image
well close up shop for the sea. It was for financial reason Before flying to \ ''It'lilt.\ .
son. that baseball came to Milwaukee Lorn was the hottest 1\\j'' ( OnI Baseball S
One wonders why American In 1953. With the same person I n,">, \merlcan tour "Hy isd!' () "',0nt
League owners would have approved net, the downtrodden Boston t"'ui' tournaments4wIMOffti I
a schedule that has none Braves became a pennant con. ,, ,w any other playeff\Jnd\ 9_dI" "
of the three contenders playing tender at Milwaukee. Boston l OOO00i i o" keted first prize /\7tiy\/ tn Roundup
each other during the last six still has major league( baseball t 'r 10 $100,000 events, /M I 1ityIcrblrd \.
weeks of the season That Is a with the Red: Sox. The Bravesare STILL SMILING- .It'. obvious that American League president and Cleveland %Vl\' By
curious concept In schedule all Milwaukee has, and fans Joe Cronin, left, and Baseball Commissioner Ford He was pushing Jic TOcKflas' THRrasas
making, to be sure. It was rather there may wonder If the Braves' Frlck. right are not discussing the American League's and Arnold Palmer fajie\ f
easy to predict that the top management, which seems eagerto troubles year's money wlnntnhlb"rs By HAL BOCK
three teams In the AL this sum move now that profits have --- and at the same time Ailidt1" \ ig Associated Press Sports Writer
mer would be New York, BaltU fallen oft, was just mouthing up a tremendous fan >;\'jb VUftMs You're Dennis Bennett the
more, and Chicago.As words when It said In 1953 that Wants To Make Beach Club Men natural, champay J\Ii') vf.fprvescence. Philadelphia Phillies' hard.
of August 21,all three teams 1had the best Interests of the throwing young IeD-hander. Or
will have concluded their season town at heart. Vie For HonorsIn The champagne I 1\,1)11\ ," Undo Cepeda, San Francisco
series with each other. The first. The club owners enjoyed sev. Pro Teams Give helped. Tony was playj01 I. 11'II'\ slugging first baseman Is at
place team on that day In all eral very profitable years In Mil. Three Classes Orange County Open ''I ifbr, bat.Bennett
likelihood will go on to win the waukee, climaxed: by the 1957 Members of the Deach Club nla In 10C2 when he pa\/ 't'Ir' fanned Cepeda In the
pennant. Especially If It's New and 1958 pennant-winning sea. Notice Of Move Men's Golf Association were In reporters drinking buj'' '<*f twin second: Inning of Wednesday

York. sons Then the team dropped: off WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. competition for low net scoresIn I'll spring for thehahq," night's 6.3 Giants' victory over d rA
The Yankees' big trial wlU to also.ran status, which happensto Willi he said. Philadelphia and It led to Willie \
IIn pruxmlre D-Wls. yesterday's weekly and
consist of 15 successive gamesin every big-league ball club at poMMt' ,t todiv that Congress ,enactlu'isiitim pro. shot for prizes In three outing handicap,, lie won, and he dltj' I|\''A McCovey. For the Phillies, that
14 days with the Orioles and one time or another. Fans like I which> would come a trademark.For . meant nothing but trouble. ,
White Sox from August 7 to 20. to follow a winner, and: when require classes. all his clowning, 'n" e+t Cepeda wrenched his right s' y
i UMI s idvline notice beforea
New York will host Baltimore fora the team starts winning again, i rolcsslonal sports team could In Class A (handicap 1-10):),1, )proved himself also a \\j glliten/ shoulder chasing Bennett's l d, sTILE
series, take a day off,then host the turnstiles will click mer. move from \ to Harry Slottag G.L. Elrod and It, with the boldness: ot' pl\t Hitches and had to leave the
one city another.
Chicago for another series, Then rlly at Milwaukee Me Is concerned he said L. Dixon finished In a tie with and the nerve of a bUf JYI game In the top of the sixth In ANCIENT I\IARll'OER-No. it's Just Casey Stengel of i
the Yanks will move right on to But if further franchise shift about rumors "never, ", net scores of 71 and copped first Lema came Into golf'*dltPWt 1 | t ping Giant Manager Alvin Dark the New York Mets getting ready for a Maine-style lobster-
Baltimore, then Chicago, without take place, disfranchised fans In tint the Milwaukee Braves denied of place honors. Frank Griswold the amateur or earl VrV- Inserted' McCovey, who's been bake thrown by Mets' pitcher Carl Willey who hails from I
any days of rest. Milwaukee or Cleveland or Cln. the, National Baseball finished second with 72. merit background of fflAl f\ )hieGolfdom's fighting a season-Iong slump downeast country.Puckish .
League I
The crowds that come out for clnnatl may appeal to the cov. pint a move to Atlanta. In Class B (handicap 11-20) ,and the move paid off hand.
these IS games probably will be ernment to review the sport "v.vv- comely,
He also said that "the football Wilbur Eckard was with 69.
the last big crowds of the sea. versus.buslness aspects of base. tops ''ty McCovey looked like the same Stengel Has Earned
Caidliuls I have been contem* Other winners were Bill Whlteley HOli
In the American
son League.And ball. Old .203 hitter striking out In the
then the people will stay away as Comtemplated moving of the pliilng"\h.- Kansas moving City to A's Atlanta"also and with 72 and Burt Wilworth with At Canadian t.JW e\1.\ Sixth but In the eighth, his two.
the three top teams take turns Los Angeles! Angels to Anaheim, may 73.In out double scored Willie Mays
pummeling the seven second-dlvl. however, would appear to make mast P.n"I Class C (handicap 21-36)) MONTREAL (AP) Ji"ov. with the tying run as the Place Among Great ManagersNEW
lion clubs during the final week''good' sense. Los Angeles fans said am In a concerned statement Proxmlre"because M.A. Hedgcock and Fondy Adams royalty and some jVj (t\ )pit, Giants pulled even at 3.3.
of the season. who want to keep following the were winners each posting an knowns tee off toujl! J MM\ \ Two Innings later the Giants
Angels will still be able to do obviously orgmtzed' ,have professional sports. even 80.Fine. fist round of the $ 0fd" GetW. had loaded the bases against YORK (AP) It would 1 been called a clown, yet he Isa I
Jack Price well known owner so, as the team's new home will a significant as.pert. dlan Open. Phlllle relief ace Jack Bald. have been Impossible to foretell bank president t
and trainer of race horses, tolda be within easy driving distance. They have been" given special Arnold Palmer JartC I\J'j Utjqua sclmri. McCovey worked the back in 1910 that Charles Dillon i, So much has been written
Miami sports editor recently Writers and fans then will not legal privilege Wagner and defending cnll11 "'Moog/ count full and then rapped a Stengel, known to millions of' about this man that he has be.
"Let's face It. Race tracks are have to haggle! with the semantics This privilege, he said, wouldbe Ford were among the J\\ .f'\fI.x.\ two.run single up the middle baseball fans today as Casey,, come a baseball legend. He Is
outdoor gambling joints involved when one stadium extended: by a bill being con. representatives In tity'pu0e putting the Giants on top to would some day become a big;: a natural born comedian but be.
If that's the case, why do has two names (Dodger Stadiumor sMered> by the Senate antl.trust Three IndiansFor event at Montreal's j\\AeSt00e stay league manager, let alone one of. hind his clownishness Is a base.
accounts of horse races (or dog Chavez Ravine), depending: on sub<'ommlttee which would give course \ Sharing the hero roles with the most successful who ever'ball brain second to none In
races) wind up on the sports which Los Angeles team happensto professional sports "clear legls. Boners Canadian stars stew egttfd McCovey were Juan Marlchal, lived. wisdom.
pages? Racing fans are only be at home on a given nighttwentyfive latlve exemption from the anti. and George Knudson I' .iwrica's 1 \ A6 whose four.hltter throttled the As a busher In Maysvllle, Ky.,,,, On and off, Stengel has been
jocularly referred to as "1m. trust law" WASHINGTON (AP) Leon Gary Player (ttA' Jn Phillies, and Jim Ray Hart, who In the Blue Grass League, he i managing baseball teams since
the breed,* 'because His amendment, he said, Wagner confirmed today that (Chi Chi) Rodriguez / t \/ toRico belted a pair of solo homers to was better known as a clown i 1926. How much longer he willrwrcnunuess
f :trerrt Interestt, nuttn of the ISO golfer would*require a, year's advance he and three teammates on the were others bldrf\A/.tcV: \\ \ Iff'"* balance rlnults by Richie Al. than as a ball player. He wore a'fnanaejr is probe :.
Improving the breed but In the who teed off the firnl Jay of llui notice of a move and would es. Cleveland Indians were fined championship slice of\'rod, len and Ruben Amaro in the loud: ties with his baseball unit lematlrar. lie shrugs off any dt.
action at the mutuel windows. year's U.S. Open put ball into tabllsh a hearing board to hear heavily for base running boners Lesser light IncIU'/ t poi. early Innings. form and he Insisted on prat'tic. rect query as to his future withi
the water on the lOlh hole at both sides of the case. In Wednesday's night's 4.1 de. lie Coody of Fort W<\{)f//P,1AF. .. Elsewhere In the NL, Pitts. InC sliding as he trotted to his I the retort: "Most men my age
Washington's I Congressionalcourse "Out," he said, "at least the feat at the hands of the Wash. and Dick Elkes of 6; \\r rlggAjA burgh beat Houston 5.2, St. position In the outfield. are dead by now."
Even If Milwaukee's Braves It's a 45"-yrd hole. public's views would be public. Ington Senators Ark., who shared /IIJ1ljvg' \ Louis whipped Chicago 9.1 and There was an Insane asylum i I He Is well fixed financially and
ly heard.! Manager Birdie Tebbetts, obviously honors Monday, also of; r SpatS Milwaukee turned back Clncln. near the park across from the i, at around $100,000 a year, he
unhappy with the defeat tllng the par.71 layc\f. C"tJy natl 6.2. New York and Los center field fence and the inmates must be the highest paid manag.
after the Indians blew several fired a hole-ln-one on \( \. Wto Angeles were rained out. always cheered when i I er in the history of the game
scoring opportunities in the 12. his two.under.par 69 m )JI)". they saw him slide. Casey's i I But no man Is more dedicated
Inning affair, would neither con. day's qualifying round v By MURRAY CHASS manager used to tap his head,,, to the game
1 firm nor deny that fines were Palmer and Nlckla" art/4ed/ Associated Press Sports Writer point to the asylum and sayi I IOn.. thing Is certain. Shea
UNANIMOUS Issued. But Wagner said he, Wednesday In the tpjq/, \>t a Jim Bouton who made base. "It's only a matter of time,,,, Stadium, the Mets, the National
Vic Davallllo Dick Howser and driving thunderstorm A? fji\t.| ball news last winter by Stengel." League, all of baseball, will nev.
Sam McDowell were fined aged: to get In a pra'UVT' fo\dd> demanding a 100 per cent pay Gags and all, Stengel has outlasted , er be the same when Casey Is
"We deserve and probably -to the delight of 2,00 %if M 1.I Iasts. raise and was refused all his 1910 contemporar-, gone
should have paid more," Wag. Palmer shot a 71 t t\n NJM) i<. continues his mastery of thepesky les. As a player, he lasted 15
ner said. laus a 7], Los Angeles Angels. years and was a star In the 1923
... .au.A.> Bouton the New York Yank. World: Series It was as a manager New NBA Rules
PACKAGEFOR ees' determined preseason hold. that he earned
CHOICE Baseball ':Standjng r I out, stopped Los Angeles 5.0 on fame. The Old Professor was 74 i I Give Little Guy

GOODS National LeagueW. ..... ,..- tending tour hits his Wednesday scoreless night Inning, ex. year years and old today depending, give on or take which a 1 More Of Chance

L. Pet, G.B. American Leaft \ string over the Angels to 37. record book you believe and ev. CINCINNATI (AP)-The little
W. L. J OJ'. The victory was Bouton's lery of his 54 In of
57 41 .82 one years, base man Is being given more a
San Philadelphia 58 43 .'.74 -IJ. New York 61 37 #' I IV against eight defeats, making ball, has been crammed with i I chance to compete with the
Cincinnati !tn 47 ,r.39 4 Baltimore 61 39 't I J him the second biggest winner vibrant living. giants In the National Basketball
N I CK'SU: AND ELIQUORS Pittsburgh ">1 44 ?)d. 4'' :, Los Chi. ago Angeles .9 40 v I I ; 411 ifs I for the American League lead. He Is completing his third I Association
St. Louis *>2 48 ,520 6 Boston 54 52 ,Itlb ers. Whitey Ford Is the biggest year as manager of the National Widening of the free throw
with 12.
15152! l lot I,1
Milwaukee 52 48 .!l20 6 Detroit ; League doormat New York. lanes from 12 to 18 feet was
Los 49 49 .500 8 SO 52 H Bouton remaining at home In Mets after having won 10 pen. approved Tuesday by the NBA
42S 9th St. $. MI 2-5555 2023 9th St. N. MI 2-7222 Chicago Angeles 48 50 .490 9 Minnesota 59 52 J'' 1 \13Ni New Jersey, wanted a 100 percent nants and seven world championships Board of Governors.
Houston 45 56 .446 13Vt Cleveland 43 56 ,},(} 181 Increase In salary to $20,. In 12 years ;as manag.er "The new rule is designed to
Usher's Green Stripe Queen Anne New York 30 71 .298 28'/j Kansas, City 39 62 a 1 R9yj, 000 for his 21.7 performance In of the New York Yankees open up the middle a bit more
Wednesday's Games Washington 40 65 ./l' JlhWednestay' 1963. New York offered a top fI. A very complex, amazing, Irascible and give the little man driving
Blended Scotch Whiskey Blended Scotch : ReJ\\I \ lure ot18000. and wonderful personality room," League CommissionerJ.
86.8 Proof + 66.8 Proof St.Milwaukee Louis 9, Chicago I New York 5, Los Ayleq/,\ 0 Then, General Manager Ralph }s the gnarled wordy man Walter Kennedy said:
6, Cincinnati 2 Baltimore 4 Jh Houk Issued Bouton an ultima. who has had a running feud with Kennedy said the NBA also
Case $58.00 fifth $4.99 Case $58.00 fifth $5.29 3 San Francisco 6, Philadelphia Washington 4,, Minn/Clevaj jvW\ 1? tlZ turn: Either he report to spring silence for more than threescore discussed the possibility of in.
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innings) training camp or have $100 per and ten years.A creasing the nine-team leagueto
Governor's Club Pittsburgh 5, Houston 2 Detroit 3, Chicago 2 day lifted from his pay. unique symbol of the game 10 teams by 1965-66.
Park & Tilford Founders Choice Los Angeles at New York
1 Boston 3 Kansas to millions, he has his own special ,
Fine Selected Blended Whiskey Blended Whiskey postponed rain Garner C\A JToday's Bouton Finding no other way out, :, language, his own Inlmlt.
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ItJ NtmTHURSDAY .. The World Today

OWI In. By JAMES MARLOWEAtioclotod ..

PrJ- Mews A".I ly..

JULY 30 1964

'- MIMMnMolHil HHo.V'BMH MM.BHo.jBHBHBHI lighting cot off rn the wrong
v WASHINGTON (KV) The fM In the very first debate
I Citizen Is Keeper Of Human Liberty"It day after John F. K.nnedY.queaklOd f)sldes, the four so-called de.

through to victory In bmes were not debates on the

ing, economic and social patterns the 1900 election his brother IIue' The liveliest was the
(the government) exist to and RobertF In
must campaign manager, OUemoy.Matsu question
Each of revolutions has resultedin
serve the needs of the people It is to these Kennedy, Mid It couldn't *t_ad of discussing Issues, the
greater and greater involvement by have I happened if Vice President tm.n were stating positions

be helped as long as it serves the coun government on all levels in our Richard M. Nixon hadn't agreedto and
try well and changed when It neglectsIts : those, four debates on nation rpatlng themselves.
daily lives and the seeming engulfmentof wide television and radio. A lot of voters almost certain

duty"That's the individual by laws, forms, reports H Thi next day President-elect )/ Wade their choice on what

the way President Johnsonput numbers deductions. Throughoutit Kenn 'dj said the same thin;. ttl,y thought came through their
it In a talk to some 50,000 Boy A uw months later the delegates Ulfvlslon screens like perso
all. in the making of laws and the 11 the Republican National hasty and sincerity or the lack

Scouts at Valley Forge recently, on the granting of powers, there is one touchstone nventlon In 1900 were th and neither man was

site where the flame of American free within reach- polled, h>' the Indianapolis: )News\ tPl' to reveal his thinking fully
we strive to
dom flickered to its lowest 189 which asked what they thoughthad ID the limited time they had to
years human
liberty. caused Nixon's defeat The Newer questions from news

ago.These Yet even this is no certain guide, for consensus of 780 of the 1,331 del tntn and television comments
few words contain not onlyan egates was that the big mistakewas IoN.
one man's I liberties rub
up against an Mxon' debates with Ken.
on the democratic 44 ( tout January Coldwate said
essay philosophyof }
other's. No man is truly free to do what AJR lied). If |\11 i was president he w,)uldnldVb
government and the uses of responsible ever he pleases. Much later. President Kennedy t# a candidate running

citizenship. They go to the heart There tc said he would debate his Re. ".f"lnsl him lie said: "Whbuy'
are no simple answers to our pulllcan In 1964 But
fundamental opponent 1\1' audlenre? Let' him get Mson.
of confront.
some questions complex problems, no easy way to meet {c : by then Kennedy had enormous C ." And he added ''T think

ing Americans in this election year: the myriad modern challenges to tranquility ly built up his popular support. It'4 kind of dangerous to subject

Has the government the federal 1 President. Johnson In office t President of the United States
and I liberty.Responsible Sri only a little more than eight to questioning and debate

government in Washington served tha citizenship in 1964 requires months, Is still trying to buildup "'After all, his is the most res

country well in the posture of power it more than that we take the troubleto his ol\.tble Job In the world and he
has adopted over the past few decades? The lesson of 1960 can hardlybe A'altht' Just slip and say some
cast our votes for the representativesof lost on Johnson, a man who tlit i< inadvertent! that could
What are the real needs of the people, our choice. ? figures the angles. Only this 'vii change the course of hlsto-

and be better I? week It became known he Is "
might they served in other It demands that that choice be Informed tj"e' fk ry.
? thinking of making few barns.lorming In other statements he said?
ways by careful study of the basic trips In this year's '1 dn.t think a resident should

The corollaries are: issues often obscured by slogans and campaign, explaining to his Ca. dy hjite an)'body. I would excuseS

i 1 1. Have the other partners in our btnet how highly successful president who refused to debate .
that we register our decision \ President Roosevelt was in the .?

government the states fulfilled not out of mere habit, or prejudice \ 1936 and 1940 elections when he Ctoldwater himself refused to

their roles in this matter as they should? or wishful thinking, but only after tightly limited his electioneer.Ing debate New York Coy. )Nelson\

2. What has been gained and what xc A. Rockefeller and Pennsylvania
deliberate what
considerations as to we It'. no wonder he hasn't res Coy William W. Scranton.

". lost in the shift of leadership and initiative believe best serves the needs of the ."' I ponded yet to Sen. Barry Cold Tway\ were willing to but Cold-

to Washington in so many areas? and the 1 water's challenge to debate In Water said he could "under

There Is people country. f ] &HH! .QUICK.. . QUIZ front of the nation or that his Hi\A why Nelson and Bill
no dispute over the federal Jjet to; Ihe: :fcdltpf e -- * *- -- *- *- **** *-
One wonders if Dem- ,
sometimes our
of ,\ '-::.i'. ........ press secretary, George Reedy, o4ld welcome a little help In
concept government itself, wherebythe ocratic process is best served by coaxing "r' "- -r Q.-Who is responsible for told newsmen Wednesday sucha getting an audience but I think

states surrendered certain sovereign uninformed voters to the polls where CHANGE OF HE,UV without shame disseminate ill "policing" local post offices? debate Is not a matter the III\ let them try their hand at

powers, under the Constitution, to a central will; Inflame the multitude to A.-The Post Office Depart- Democrats woulJ consider until getting| their. own."
mark beside the of
they crosses names the campaign begins next Sep. TVo days: ago Coldwater told
disorder, grief and sin. We ment Inspects and supervisesall
Editor Collier
administration "in order forma County News
fc tember.
candidates about whom they know absolutely !HoU> Heiubllcans he is
must proclaim that we believe post offices with its own
The American people suspectthe At the time of the lOOOdebales end able" to
more perfect Union .. "r-lty. willing
either because the and this alone shall investigators Violations of
new Civil Rights law will manageon t-IKon.- by the fact of his office, dt'IH.t" Johnson. But Wednesday
The great debate is and always has ownl I IIt postal laws are prosecuted by
names sound familiar or because someone create vast Federal bureaucracy our had been In the public eye seven \\1e said he Is still "spprehen.

been over matters far less definite and urged them to so vote. It is not reminiscent of the prohibition is for us to say there U the in Justice Department of mail frauds, notably years and was i national figure slv'" about the possibility that
establish not such darkness in the night cases while Kennedy, except for such Information could slip out
I restricted. It revolves about such ringing eras a large army of ftttet
unusual for candidate who has either
a law enforcement officials who that truth and reason cannot light exposure as he got In the 1960 in t wide-open meeting.
phrases as: . establish justice, insure died or withdrawn from a race to receivea may not hesitate to harass and the way to a righteous heart and Q-Did Woodrow Wilson primary contests, was t rela |fte said he thinks Johnson willevfhtually

domestic tranquility . promots whopping big vote on election day, make it difficult for thousandsof mind. We should believe and hope becoming hold any public president7AWilson office before lively unknown senator from agree to debate him.

the general welfare and secure the bless- which is indication that people (some Innocent) In various the time will soon be here when served only as Massachusetts. But Johnson has an audience al.
certainly an a '
with and shall The four debates, with an audience r ti faith we
ngs of liberty to ourselves and our pos commercial enterprises; courage governor of New Jersey of perhaps 70 million lent he In the
great many voters are disgracefully uninformed repulse false prophets and revere <\l< can stay
add the
terity. to already burdensometaxes people watching each time, pui>lc| eye dally through the
when the that
kind of
they enter polling the knowledge
of lit n was Memorial
every American to maintain Q-W gave Kennedy an audience he with pronouncementsand
4 There is this debate campaign,
nothing new to takes the of fear. We
places. that army which alone, will place Day first observed couldn't otherwise have reachedno televised news conferences.Goltw.ter .

but it has become intensified in our Free Americans should feel an obligation nullify the eleven billion tax cut must strongly, honorably, placeour A-In 1868, Memorial Day matter how hard he campaigned can.t match that, no

'; lifetime We are swimming in the full find about the now In operation. Morjover, belief and trust In proven -then called Decoration Day And Nixon, by an accl. matter how much money he
to out something facts.. a man how he -was first formally observedin dent of and
flood of revolutions population this law will not add to the prestige judge wrong make-up 1J1tI1\.1".
in candidates before the of the Northern
they start pulling nor enhance the status of treats his neighbor how he acts. memory
growth, industrial technology urban liv any dead of the Civil WarNimpopw .
levers on a voting machine Americans be they colored or We know It has been said no

white. It may even Intensify un- man can get ahead who tries ( I'UrprlM AiMCtallM) The Best of Boyle

I I reasonable undesirable demonstrations "To get even..1n a fight he I

Inimical to a great should avoid In which ne has . . . . . . . BY HAL 00YLI

number of citizens. no right. Period! .-

others ,say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS Only a change of heart, on Adolph Kopen Today InHISTORY
NEW YORK (AP) So tar as ly Sorry for you In the old way
the part of both races,can assurea So they have to find
I know, science has never un. a new way
favorable truthful understanding Fla.BARBS dertaken a study of the relations to f.*l sorry for you:
of the evil forces assailing and Sa they things like
dieting frlend.hlp.WeU.lher. say
. . .e. . . . .
millions of people, not only in la quite a relation ""It, you look so haggard I
( America but all over the world. By TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS ship, and It bolls down to this: hardly recognizedyou."

Only a change of heart for bet- BV IIAL COCIIRAN Today Is Thursday, July 30, )No\ matter what he does, a tat "Cim:: kid, 1 didn't know

d.R terment and a solution of the LIttle kids couldn't the 212th day of 1964. There are man cannot please his buddies you'q been sick. Why didn't
racial pOSe 154 days left in the year Suppose you art named you let me know. Pd have sent
problem can promote respectability sibly do as many wrong thingsas Today's highlight In history tet.well card"
establish Alfred, you are over 40 years of you b.
peaceful parents hope they won't. On this date In 1619, the first age, and you weigh s pudgy 217 '
harmony and universal tranquility 000Stenographers American representative lefts. pounds Lot us suppose|' you are Whatever happened to that old I I Ibuhtly

which can be attained can get in nature sssembletl at Jamestown, also tired of having lifelong sense of humor you used '

only by extending to each other 20 minutes 0} gossip during a Va It was called the House of friends prod fingers into your to \IW- ,,7"

the friendly hand of conciliation! 10.minute coffee break, which Burgesses bulging stomach and saying TN\ best thing to do then Is to

ITppp 3n dt .Rt"1tkL i t , k. by rejecting false preachers and makes it last twice as long as On this dater "What Is that a watermelonor kick! (their feet out from under I I
'Lyry Tl. 1y. wfA prophets--agitators whose favorite it should In 1898, Germany's "Iron s conference room?" them, step firmly on their jeal. I Ious

pastille for years has Chancellor" Prince Otto von "Don't you get tired of carry. mushy.mouthed faces- .
been the teaching and preach. Bismarck, died. Ing It around all day?" then celebrate by going Into the I Ine

ing of hatred-.who never have In 1909, the UJ5. government "AU, all that blubber Is mak. rM drugstore and ordering '
4p/ bought Its first airplane, built log you old before your time" a doutile chocolate malted milk,
nor they now, miss making I9J J by the Wright brothers to meet "AU, U you won't take that exto (thick,
promises of and blissto
earthly Joy
military specifications.In pot off for the sake of your own -
those listening and succeed 1942, President Franklin D. health, take off for the sake of I
in consigning their loyal disciplesto Roosevelt signed the bill create all the friends who love you. We

the Land of Paradise by way Killing time has a bad habitof tag I women's reserve In the don't want to lose you" TODAY IN

of Stone Slabs Cold as Ice. helping a person murder Navy. Well, this last nattering ap.

People of all races should opportunities. Ten years ego The White peal strikes home to the heart.

learn to place their trust In that House announced that President After all, who wants to let his WASHINGTONWASHINGTON
Dwight O Eisenhower has old pals down? )Nobody\
reason, common sense decree Why don't neighbor just
praised the Sues
they must! hands helping change tires with each agreement bo. So you bravely announce you
1 tween Britain
j and Egypt and
I are going on a diet and slim
r those In need offer much more other and both get the ones
'' X11 had promised aid to Egypt upon' down. Immediately friendssurround (AP) Prtsl.
comfort solace than the creed that seem to last the longest conclusion of the pact you with your glad cries dent: Johnson has Invited presi.lent5 .

now preached by those who, ? Five years ago The Lao. and helpful suggestions : of state universities to a

tlan government reported Com. "Alf, I'm proud of you" Whit House conference Aug.

Id 1l D Ov/n rOn ] AMI munlst-led guerrillas armed by "AU, you'll foil like a newman 13.
I Iti I II r D I A ANC P I [ )North\ Viet Nam were attacking ." Pr'" secretary George E.

Prnoss Star RCLLASr. army posts in northern Laos. "Alf, try eating nothing but Reed) said In announcing the
One year ago The U.N. Se. whipped cream and cole slaw' meeting Wednesday that It
N A T t n 4 c j
curily Council asked for an em. for a weak I guarantee" would discus state and regional
I, Mutia.ln 25 foiucndi V C E E A T E N
bargo on arms problems that the Institutions
shipments to "AU, eat a quart of dry bran
I rAF P'! 4 Remote 27 Lnuicd ', T R C C r } A G A Portugal for use In maintaining hardbotled have been studying.WASHINGTON .

I 'lr?,,. 7. Sp. home 28 Kind of N o t T N' s n O vi rule over her African terrltor. for for lunch breakfast, and, a a pickled pome.ranat. egg. (AP) A I
I. ScrullnUe tubcco: n T t. k A I p lea Congressional commute r*.

I 13. Crumbs Wolfr.mlie p p p k Etc k So In. for month dinner. take off 15 portl' today' that civilian .m.ploVrH .

I Well ton, now that you c'e found yourself, who are youP 14 Cenuiof urchlni 33 34ilenilon Se. bird i AUTO . .. . . .. pounds a and are you down to 202. .nt by the f.deralovern,

sea O vl l f. Y E T E n 7 You are rather proud of your. ment showed a slight Increase I
1}, Bad! 35
nul ttoollyherb
-TI,. Nlt..11. Ohr.n" 16 Sun dirk G t r I A U F I self, but when you meet old
17 Ii.l. 36nanlai M CM AIL CHANCE, Etf't..Piibll.hor friends they say things like flares released by the Joint I
I Ii SOLUTION Of YISTHOAY ,PUZZLE THOMAS MAYEM A'"ocloto Editor "It looks like you're putting It Committo In Reduction of
i pronoun 311. KqulvoC.llllg MARSHALL WYATT. Adv Monitor Non,***ntlal Federal Expends
on again, Alf 1 thought you said
This Is Murder 19 .loon DOWN 4 Trteplllhl'd I
ALBERT OPOLKA, MKh Supt diet." turf M June employment at 2,.
on a
I of 5. Creature: you were going
40iiollo( Species HEftMANSON. CI,. DirectorMRS
DAVID 451,4*", an increase of 2,620 over
I :JO. ( Ic.r inuinrr 6 Mastic "What do you mean you lost
of prolni LOUISE DAUB Off ct MrPubl .
I the datelines of London, Sydney and nobody demand abolition the May. I
Under Terminal 15 pounds? Where?
:II i \\ hits 41 I ruitime 7 Lettucehrrmw
i end Manila the Times recorded the ,am*. But in prlztnghtinf the Intent U 4.r.b: branch "f mi.. II.. lud. .hod "::r'IIIICr., Montfiynd This makes you angry You WASHINGTON/ (AP) pri.
hours, of to damage the opponent in order to win l.turdl/, ? by really buckle down, You cut out dent Johnson advised the Na. I
deaths all within twenty-lour :21 (.urn It"pOri UIII Ildilt""lon / th. County, Publ >h n. Co,
maximum hop. 3. \' Inc ltT'w. :: Xv.no.. South. NB >: the pickled pomegranate and tlona.1 Agricultural Advisory
three boxers from injuries suffered in The overriding aim the 43, St."p ouiirffor | 9 Smile ., I
is.. fit U940. Mill add' f. 0o Commission Wednesday to put
the ring Lyn James, a British featherweight It to knock the opponent unconscious, 2 44 Eng: letter lUll |lu Stage 17)7T.i.phon.. the whipped cream You con partisanship and
whtapers atior for ill centrate on the hardbotled egg, prejudice
the la.t 10 he won't b* able tc defend himself Midway aside
had been knocked out in to improve
\2\ Murtol 4.prtmtnt 'the cole slaw, and the bran. You prosperity on
H. died a further Z J ,_ 4 S a ia' 0 10 ; . . the nation's farm. I
round of a six-round fight 18, Hurnrdtlurr ... strain the can of sauerkraut
few houri later Henry Stephens took A lot of nonsense Is uttered In attempted lubtcrlpt' juice through an even older "1'11.| time has com,' the
I II [I' i' ,., In
moll piyibl
at u" or
his brother's place In an amateur bout Justification of this 'sport. i i tl Rdluard Idv.nco piece of old lace to be sure to President said, "to find and put I

,I in an Australian Police Boys Club tour Thil propaganda barrage convinced the 'f t i/S urukeU On. Y..' fit. S,. Month 17.10. got rid of every possible calorie to use some better answer to
I nament He died of a brain injury. So New York Lcglilatur to do nothing : Paddle Th,.. Month |1 71 You join a gym dub. You lake farm 'policy than w* have had In

I did Rey Romeo a young Filipino lightweight about abolishing prizefighting Perhapsas :6 411 "1 I I' H Legume wh M.mbor,cN i> ont of tltd Th. o Anoclot.4 clu"voly to Pram Ih.u. .. steam baths You run five miles many) years."
knocked out In the fourth round. the death roll lengthen there will H \lullrIt \ .. (or ..,..IIIIU"O" of, oil local ,every day. You work out twicedally Addressing the group at the
defense of be some second wiser more humane, II II U nowt Homo posted In th t piper ot Whit House, Johnson
In I with said
It is commonly argued iJ; r iifeniul| will as oil AP n.wt *,.p.lcho*. I' barbells.At t
boxing that all sports have their dan- thought at Albany and in ether li till vi Ent.r.tf 01 wcond el.i. ", .II.r ol the end of three months of farms, have been getting good I
gen; many die In football for instance, capitals: .-A'ui York limn !Wn I. "'dllj(' bloiH the Pat Otfct it Nipin' Florid., i I this you can lilt a lOOJb weight news bout agriculture lately
under Act of Morel a, it'.
j Including increased
.""" ,overhead with either hand. Your exports, I
a1 // 11 / Ii urf pun Th. NEW ......... no rotpon I at' each Is ridged and hard like higher net income and higher
chits, for the return of uniolie,,14ffinutcrpti profit.
I MinedA f I' sa JI .u "I a IcinultM or pnotofriphtTh a washboard And you are down
lie Will Be Krcoldoltl News ittum.i no f ;,''''I.1. |I to a trim 172 pounds, jut what H* sided that h* believes this

JJ i J. ) tumi) .pon..II,1011 or I emaen.for 11P in C"ph'co'.dv.rns.'orrort von weighed when you played good Mws" can be mad wen
goodly number of broadcasters seem A*.n. of Bro.dc.i'fri He was independ : ;j il cud mint but "OII'ed, of ouch .,. I substitute halfback In college. better "America Is proapr.

to have revived Gilbert and Sullivan ant. and controversial and h* did not ab 'f U [JI JI: tr ..chatq ,p..,....'bof.w,,II. ,th.,*ronl not correctly l..uo of thil the 80 when you bump Into those Ing." hi said.Our goal and our
membfri But h ii roullkc p.rt of the odvirt.l.m.nt '" which I I lifelong friends you expect a I guide must be to make sure that
be always please all hit *
"H never will be misled" seems to ./ thi irror occurred In the ovont o AmrlcV
+n .,..... would, rends the No. 1 hit tune. In certain happy gave nature and dignity to his. aitoeis I lame Jho "
I MvihkalUIH correct on .... the what happens? You have done 'proportion loo.
tlnn and on balance he was grad lot l fI .. wlI, riduco Iii pr'c. of idiI
broadcast circles But are wrong .
they $ t'......... by in mount I Itll. an unforgivable thing-you hive
W* are ,peakln,. of court of LeRoy broadeiittrg: and b* will b* mistedAtvtrtuing .- 34 .. ..
II ww .. the orronoou or om,Mod copy
Collins, [pastj president of the National Ag hno. 27 m.n gud ,." ..."Ied, They can no longer feel smug.

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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thnr.d y. Itly 30, 196& Baiting Luring
FioR oA AYERA6Ea Illegal When It Civic Clubs

Comes To Animals
All Signs Point Of BUCK tDees

RACKS AM ?tjgtr TALLAHASSEE -- At'rtcttaf

SAME fruit wtte r fUh by baiting orlur- And Organizations

TOE p05/noN oFTNf AVERAGE ing is perfectly legitimate In

To Another Good DEER TRACK DEPENDS g SMALLERUPON Florida waters but don't try the
THE PAC Of + KEY DEEQDIEINDVDUALANIMAL lame for game birds or animals The following lint of lord chic clubs and orfinliitloniU
40 frJQQ SIZE Litt as the practice Is Illegal,accordlitg printed II an aid to,, persons wishing to contact individual
dub' or ill clubs from lime to time.I The persons
to A.D. Aldrich director, ::
AND rue NATURE of THE ; THAN z heads of the organltationa In moat taiei. Change
Game and Fresh water Fish
Hunting GROUND OH WHICH THE HEARTS INCHES Commission.( phoned to the EWS.

TRACK IS MAN PEER* HAPED "Under certain conditions attracting Alcoholics Anonymous:
outlook this time as much wildlife data .\. 8:30 Fridaya at St. Anna School.
The $ WILD HOG TEACkS flab Ne'" \ group : p.m.
for a successful 1964-r. minting remains to be gathered and many MAYBE FCUH0 IN THE make the difference through baiting car Original AA group (>:30 p.m. Tueadaj't' and Fridaya.Flml ,
t between an
unforeseen factors
may slip into
season Is good. The status of Baptist ColtaRf.
Florida's game birds and anl. the game.With favorable weather SAME PLACES 0 BEST ordinary day's outing and I suc- American Cancer Society Dr. Daniel Langley 2.5656
mall at midsummer may be and suitable habitat, wildlife will TRACKS ARE MAIN << 1+06 cessful fishing trip. Actually American Lrglon Tommy Kehoe -. 2.6910
classified as healthy and ro. generally replenish Its own and MUD 20UND baiting fish Is as old as the hills American Legion Auxiliary' Grace Mr Cool 25228mrrican
the hunter look for a SHAPED but It Is ,\ Red Cross Henry Hoffman 2-3419
may good how
bust however, nature holds the harvest surprising many Apartment ;Motel Aaa'n. ____ ____ Fxl Be.t. 2.3655
key that will determine If Florida fishermen are not familiar with
wildlife passes a complete fall DEER More numerous than HIND the process. While many of the Rand Boontera_ ___ __ __ __Sand>' Hackney 2.4682
physical. ever and apparently thriving PEE R old baiting methods are still In Beta Stems Phi Delta Nu. Mra. Ken Rrondahl 2.4727
According to A.D. Aldrlch.dlr. throughout the State. Several G 9 ii XI I Beta Ir.. Fred Hartford 2-260
has taken
ector, Game and Fresh Water areas report that deer are be. r J. RONMN" TRAtAt / use, the practice on Beach Club ttomrn'a Golf A. II. Mra. Wm. Schmucker 23834Board
Fish Commission, It is difficultto coming a problem, and other previously y } "" c. Swow SPREAD modern look with some of the new of Realtors John R.ood 2.5359
make an accurate forecast at closed areas will\ be open ,;+' Toes f pen ClA"'f/ Commercial fish foods," Aldrich Boy Scouts Ed BelaTek 2-3837.
.to deer hunting for the first time. ', 'Jft -!- Brookalde Village AMD. Millard Cla"aon .
TURKEY A good hatch In most (vl 1 ....)', WALEIN6TR4-k said.Att ract Ing fish follows two gen RuRintM and Prof. Women Mra. Jane Murray 2.5061
sections and if the young poults l' ; FoaM 51N6L eral methods. The first of whlct Chamber of Commerce (F.i. V. P.) David N. Pfaff 2.6141
John Kennedy are not damaged by adverseweather _: := 3: =: : I.INEFI.OlliPA Is to provide suitable habitat t to Cheerful Loners (Diet) Club Member 2.2598
the wild turkey will attract minnows and small fish Ch'lIlr Patrol George Spencer 2.3429

Finds BuddiesOn sportsmen again be a prime target for the 6AME AND FIlESH WATER FISH COMMISSIO which In turn attract! larger fish Civil Civil Defenne.Defense, County City Robert Tommy Bender Kehoe- 2-4540 2.6952

QUAILtGenerally plentiful with In bodies of water with limited Coant Guard Auxiliary' A. P. Ayer 2-6921 2-3421
plant growth, the construction of: Collier Co. Conatr. Com. Caper Townsend 2.2389
Pier successful early and mid.sum.mer
Naples National Park Further information and application Collier Co. Dem. Club W. H. Hennlng 2.4798
hatches. Success of late Agent Stays, brush piles has proven to be an .
forms be 2-3286
may obtained from Collier Co. Dem. Ex. Com. II. R. Snowball
John Kennedy dropped by the hatches will probably make the the executive Boardof aid to attracting fish with direct Harlan R. Reno 2-3943
NEWS with an interesting side- difference between a high or average Positions OpenTo United States secretary Civil Service Rogero Wanted benefits to the fishermen. Collier Co. Ina. Agents Leonard H. King 2.5143
light on his search around the harvest. The second system of attracting Collier Co. Med. Society J. ('. Garland M.D. 2-3656
SQUIRREL The mld.summer Examiners National Park Ser fish Is by actual feeding. Collier Co. Mental Health AI n. J. F. Franklin. Ph.D. 2.6964
from Naples his area outfit for in"old Francethe26th buddies" status Is good, the fall populationwill ApplicantsThe vice, P.O. Box 10008, Richmond, To Amend Return I This baiting Is usually with COt- Collier Co. T. B. Thelma Cold .. 2.6962
23240 Ben Whitehead 2.2471
depend on the condition of the Virginia Conservation Officer
Division. acorn and other mastcrops. With board of United States TAMPA (AP) An jpternal ton seed meal, soy bean meal Contractors Aaaociation F. B. Schrerk 2-4422
Kennedy said that he and two suitable hardwood areas the Civil Service Examiners of the Revenue Service agent tehtined or with a commercial fish food., Cypreia Grange Merton Snow WY 2.2072

new friends have been doing a squirrel can be expected to hold Southeast Region of the National DairymenForm' May that Al Rogero's tax ,'t ount- While this feeding method attracts DeMolay' Walter A. Brehm 2.3857
ant asked for a delay 1< In. minnows and small fish
\ ,.
lot of fishing on the pier. All its own under most conditions. Park Service, Department of the '' Own Co-op vestlgatlon of Roger's 1 l0g n Income the food value of the bait also Extern Star _____,___.__ __ Gertrud f.ryphan 2.3818
three are recent residents DOVE A slight overall na.
relatively :
Interior Richmond Va., is accepting tax return. Eaat Naples Civic Aann.'m.. A. Edwards 2.9585
attracts some of the
of Naples. tlonwide Increase which Is reflected applications until August TAMPA (AP) Formation of The agent, L. 0. Gor<<\V'i Jr., larger pan- Elks flub \\. Roy Smith 2.4758
In their talks, the three discovered In the two bird Increasein 10, 1964 for filling future vacancies a dairyman's cooperative has said that the accountant* Wll. fish and catfish. Exchange Club _______ ______ G. V, Sweet 2-3416
that one Charles the dally bag limit been proposed as a means of Fish do have a tendency to
at Everglades National Ham C. Crown, called tuft' and .
DUCK A small Increase In the ) Girl Scouts Mra.lIre Timberlake 2.3630
at a source of free
Twombley, formerly of Boston, Park and halting; a downtrend In milk said the books not 1 Congregate .
offset Fort Jefferson National were In, shape! Greater Naples Panhellenlr _ Mrs Carl llauber 2.5570
also served In the 26th Divisionand breeding population may Monument In the State of Flor- prices that followed f e d era 1 to be audited and that f'JproWill food and many fishermen main-
spotty breeding conditions. The court decisions nipping the Stale tain several baited hot-spots for ,.. C. R. Punonl 2.n33
that during this time, Hans ida for board posit Ions suchas filing an amended ("turn. Heart AuOt'lllloft ;\1
fall flight will depend on the sum. wage .
Milk Commission's regulatory the when the fish don't bite Hietoriral Society Fred llamlill 2-6006
Crown asked days
Weiss the third, was serving In for more ,ftmo-
mer rains maintaining good wa. caretakers,janitors.painters, Hospital S.nlrp'So. 1 ;)1rn. Oars \'lIIlon .56611
the German powers. 60 days Cordon testlfl t. The Caution should be used In distributing -
Navy. ter levels In areas where the maintenance, and related positions The suggestion was made Hospital Service No. 2 Mr. Wm. Gracely 2.458
Kennedy went on to that level agent said he told Crvn he fish food so as not to Lori Keller 2.5527
low. Mr
say was ,at rates prevailing In the Wednesday by Riley Hogan Jr., Humane Society
would discuss the matt"f with too much In location
the three ardent place one ,
fishermen had RAILt Marsh hen population Is
for the .
locality approprlateposition Hub Ran 2.4847
of Orlando of
at a his supervisor. Later hyb.u
become the best of friends and good except for the sora rail more than two dozen dairymen. said, he called Crown again, >rdon and otherwise the food till sour before Jaycees Marvin Cecil 2.4053Jaycee
decided to bury the past, fish- which shows considerable de Because some of this work Is He said there was little prospectfor told him the supervise bad the fish have an opportunityto Wives Mn. Retry Roe 2.U63

ing and reminiscing in Naples. cline.successful Galllnule hatch seem and to have may hada be by Its nature seasonal the majority better prices as long as individual .. directed that the lmre$(j&aUon use 1t.Chicago. Kiwanis Knights or Columbus Charles \odopith Al Tutu .. 2.56U 2.3349
of the positions filled from producers go to distributors proceed. .
found on most Florida lakes. Lake Itark PTA Clifford Wennl 2.Un
''It now looks like another good this examination will be filled on with separate prices. Rogero, a former mender of Lions Dr. William Rsrret4 Jr. 2.3735
Other Invention season," Aldrich said. "But as a seasonal basis only for a period chief Truman of the Smith Florida of Tampa, new the State Road Board, J U on Crowds Liens Auxiliary Marly Boyd 2.Z647

Eli Whitney, inventor of every hunter knows, this is a of from 3 to 10 months in a per- era' Federation, and Dairy Al Farm.Ham. trial of evading In federal$168,000 court on In Qpirges|)< Flock To View Malone __ _-_. __ Everett: Sh..lIhorll 2.52M

the cotton gin, also was the critical time and a great deal depends iod of a yefr. Applications will mond, president of the FloridaDairymen' taxes during the years Iti58 income.!57. Moose Dale Vhllrh 2.3858
first person to Invent interchangeable on weather conditions from be rated on the extent and qualityof Association, were 58. JFK CollectionCHICAGO Multiple Listing Service linen Hammer. 5055Sapl..o
parts in firearms, now until fall. We Just never know experience and training and asked to form a committee to (AP>-Door* were .
according, to the Encyclo-: until the summer is over and the qualifications( related to the requirements study the proposal for a coop. kept open past midnight Clsle ASIOt'I.tlon Frederick O. Tnkef" 2.445
Hnndt Watson 2.3161
Britannica. hurricane is Dont Be A LltterbH/ Naples CI..lroom Tnrh.rMln. Mrs.
paedia season past. of the positions. eratlve. Wednesday night to admit Naples Clocking Aeon. Bill Grant 2.4957
"' -, crowds lined up to see the John Naples Community ('onrnlRMn.. M. H. 1I0ynioil Z.4577
F, Kennedy momento collection Naples Commulllt Hospital Awn. 31rs. .\. R. St.l.y 2.6143
on Us last day In Chicago Naples lIuplinte Bridge Club A. A. Anderson 2.4125
A spokesman announced that Naples arden; Club Mr John Burnh.m 2.Z769
some 92,000 persons saw the ex.. Naples Junior Woman.1 Club Marge H.ndr 2.3939
hlblt during Its seven days In Naples Orchid Society Murlelle V. Larrabte 2.3089
theattendanc Naples Park Area Aron. I1r Harold lIulplC'u Z.ZZZ4,
br HURRY A d Chicago, bringing
total In 11 cities to 585,000. Naples Players Jack Mea'mer 2.U72
: Included In the exhibit are Naples Quarterback flub Don Steels .. 2.5173
\Kennedy's rocking chair the Naples Senior CitizensStanley Bennett
books he kept on his desk and Naples Senior. high l'TA Alan Foster 2.2955
the coconut he used In World Naples Shell nub __ Mra. Helen homer 2.5652
War n to float a message that Naples Shrine Club l'uK'. Carl 'I..mm.r 2.3613
he and his PT boat crew were Naples Tennis Club Julius Lesser 2.2439
stranded on an Island. Naples Womu' Sealing A.ln. Lillian Miller Z.4595
Naples Womu'l flub Mrs. J. (;. !'nbnlf 2.40711
There's a great buy North Nsplea Civic AaMn George; .ialer; Z.50113

Started NoblesA Organic Gardening flub of SW, Fla, R.ida Oe Coil 2.4973
luncheon group of 13 P. O. FH Sisterhood Mr. A. A. Anderson 2.41Z5
men started the Nobles of the Pilot Club Mn. Sandy Hackney 2.468

Mystic Shrine, which now hasa Republicans of Collin Co Murphy Comb 2.3897
membership of more than Retired I'.r,onll, American .\An. of Frank Blair Z.2568
for 830,000, in 1870. Rotary Club ;Miles Srorl.ld 2.43Z3
waiting you Saiuticil Army ____ __ Don Page 2.4870

h.dnlawn PTO Mr. George Uhl 2.4580
TOPATTHISSIGNANDSAVEON S,. Alln'o Guild Mr. henry Lowe 2.3764
Sunshine Shuffle Harold Glazer 2.ZZ74
Swamp Buggy Joe llelyea 2.2685

I Toutmutera Club Brute Mumm 2.2189

at your Chevrolet dealer'sfTh VACATION i Toastmistress Club ___ _____ _._ Linda Seurh.1II 2.6056

United, Fund Gen. C. E. Jung 2-2275

EXPENSES Veteran' of Foreign War Donald Gilleapie 2-3777
Veteran'a of Foreign War Aux. Mrs Dora Bomberger 2-5927
Vitro Wi.ea Jean Keefer 2-2484

Golden Writ.,.' Forum Phyllis Luxem 2-4983

Gate C OQSf

..., pyhxla due to hanging' The
_, .10. INFORMgNpN HERE Rule Negro Boy verdict sulrlde.

Hanged Himself The body of 14.yer.old Jerry
Maxey was found July 1 hang.
m ATLANTA (AP)-The deathof Ing from an oak tree in a lonely ,
a Negro boy found myster. I wooded area of northwest At.
lously hanged four weeks ago lanta.
@ has been officially listed as sul. But the boys' father, Robert
Maxey Sr., said he could not
clde.Dr.. Henry M. Snell, Fulton accept the suicide finding.
Chevrolet Mtpala, Sport Coupe
County medical examiner, in a "Jerry wouldn't have killed
: Guest certificate signed Wednesdaygave himself" he declared. "I dont
I I Iit the cuse of death as "as. believe It."

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Anne LaBactllte Bowes

7., Iat? wa1+1 to w/

Wherever folks go on their cur In the latter case, the car.

\aritlons, they like to bring back den has to be aired out oc, a. .. O IKlrwl awes

uvenlrs. One that costs noth. slonally. Mwn WM13 .sal yap Mafa11MI1 .

y lob, yet will bring bark a max. An even more fascinating hobby

a imum of memories Is a terrar. than terrariums are Button Gar.

-, lum. With little care, it lasts dens. These are Utlf rally miniature .

'* all year and adds outdoor color live collections of plants

,1" ''">\< < tn the home. When snow is fall. glued to large buttons.One works
" ,' ing or winter blues get bad, a with tweezers and bobby pins here .
,,: \ terrarium filled with plants from and puts one or two drops of water -

't I1-; \,',"'..... f'/'' last summer's vacation II' a day with nose droppers CLASSIFIED RATES r

> green reminder of happy days The Idea was Invented by Mrs. 23. Misc, For SaleI 49-Houses For Rent

: o.; Any glass, pottery or wooden Casebolt In California during Ritet Effective April 1 1. 1964 j

bowl wUl do for your container. World War U. She made over I

......... -' . ... tJ- Best of all is a regular aquar.lum 1500 button gardens for wound. T.." URNITURC baOt Sot Chitti!SALE,, Saw We RENTALS HIV: Them

t : with glass cover. Either ed veterans and sick children. Q"C i>///or/ C-. ,Jlcwe ,in( machma, T V Formica, 2 bedroomurnished horn
"" : holes should be punched or drill. Both button gardens and terrar iNoirj/ breakfast Ublo A chain,, Lamp N.er Sea Oat School Ilno 1 per
Or i pat, Desk. Blackboard, .tc m.
ed In the bottom or a layer of lums make fine gifts for friends PUBLISHED DAILY Moot oo Mid this week i IlIJ I bedroom fi 'n thed ant n ce-
IMh Straat North Prt Ml I { ill/ 89p.r t nonbedr.em
/ gravel pebbles charcoal sandor and good hobbles for
youngsters. _
(Except Monday & Saturday) 00 31 u"n..hod apt
'" ''"'' cinders laid down for good They learn about nature as well Hove 4 r.l N Naples 1100

drainage. Next comes rich earth as preserving a bit of their sum Naples Collier County, Florida er me
1 bedroomChok I bath N>" K""k
WHALE OF AN almost up to the Up of your mer vacation under glass Electric Wal.r h.atr0 sal I'M D.' m.
AI'PETITE-Feeding a rare white whale Ion tloi bla Dan >inh toilat tmk'

II really isn't too much trouble for an old Coney Island bowl. 1. ; : .t\; ,,/\ ." ..",. .,:: r..1 and I MI l laboratory 1 ties wild futures. 51-Wanted To Rent

aquarium tankman such as Arthur Heine GOOD PROJECT : LOCAL RATES Round aaver.. Barden atones

A terrarium collecting trip can $$46 Billion \ A" .". S colo'l Coin b.
j boubhl' nparal. Or oails d.OIned Wantt la rent 1 Badrnom
Wednesday along with first aid be a whole day's project, Invol. I or t Insert one. per lino __ ____ n. and mttall.d Phono for quntad p"c, v..lv balls, home lost

Lower Food To for those who were wing a picnic lunch in the woods 1 er I Censeculiv.naerlmn.*. per lee ,_ 151 ".. nrhmaeTONECRAFT. ,.'...nc'l ..nd replies, to ColInr .
supplies I Contetutiv INDUSTRIES. olfc. MI ; County N' ..., eoo Ill? A U
and a pleasant walk. Make a list Intortiont ptr lino tar IIM
- Re. Mt 71155
slightly injured by the cave-in ; : : :: or ,/In1
of the plants you would like to Defense Bill ill Centecutiv Intertiont pir lino = = 57,
Monday. Playing cards went A ,
Nine TrappedIn
down to help them pass the have, or bring an Illustrated .Above run apply to Opt typo Count* average 26-Personal Want to rrnt 1 bedroom
plant book with you. Then start words to Ih. line I furmihed'h'n' thed m.
time Robert ;. ; p 0. Sol
French Mine "We are all fine, but we are scanning the ground for the I. A\.rONOL'CI..NONYMOUS' Napl.a. Fl. ;/)0 31
woodland species which will make "' .n o. women wi'h arnkln5
Passes SenateWASHINGTON :> :
going to sleep now, fireman problems Ask (or halo toy cell
CAMPAGNOLE, France (AP) Andre Martinet told his daugh. your miniature garden. '", .' inj Ml DM 1 Vit,tort cord,I.lcoin ", 4.Trad: or Sell
will be ".' .d M.lc. in First
Moss of course your"lawn" s
Nine men trapped In a lime after mid. ,
ter Janlne shortly (AP) The a.p".t Church 'nn. .n 0thSI
stone mine In the Jura Moun. night through a microphone You can choose from the Senate has heeded Sen. RichardB. MINIMUM CHARGE 75f ,t its A. every Tv.. end Will, t, od. ,giil0' ", tube Parb
low dense F JO P M home lor Una '.n i Ily" or C".ntv
pln.cushlon to n n.h'.I'
tains of eastern France spent lowered through the supply moss Russell's warning that "we Full Ml ? 4l| II' tfTk

their first comfortable night in the tall, fuzzy Hairy-cap. Sphagnum can't afford to be second best" 8.pt. type charted as IH linen
three days as rescue teams tube.Above ground it was the third Is attractive, provided you and voted 11 bedroom I belh, hens priced
keep the terrarium under cover unanimously to spend -pt. type charged a* 2 lines 33-Services Offered el III.SOD Mortgage paymentS
drilled through to their position night without sleep for many of more than $48 billion for de. 14-pt. type charged an :3 I linei | > per mo Want cty lot.CANISSEAN
below the surface of Mt. and quite moist. REALTY, J>SO N:
300 feet the workers who hope to have fens*.
30-pt. type charted 4 lines ,
at .
Tiny ferns winter green,part. SEA WALLSCONCRETE Trail Ml HISS
Revel. the men out by the end of the The 79.0 approval Wednesday I'
4121 tht
ridge berry violets wild straw :34 I pt.. type charged ai 6 lines
wine loweredto WOOD ROCK
Food and were week. night of the biggest money bill

the entombed miners This morning a three-Inch oil berries hepatica wood sorrel of the fiscal year-$45.774,40l.. All Clniftifioil Ate, are reels with order unless Foundation Piles Will, all J bedroom Trails, 0'
and thread few of lu'u, 'I 22533
golden are a Trade Ior'
''drill broke through into the the tiny plants which look love 000 sends the appropriation to AJvertmer has entalilmliH) account with tho NEWS. Docki-Mooring Whips 1114 55S7Houses

mine 300 feet below and the the House which earlier voted
Title Company to ly in such gardens.Seedling white DAILY DEADLINE 10 AM. Day Prior Publication IAGEN Automat drydocksABBOTT
rescuers made preparations some $15 million less. After the For Sale
It into an hatch. pines hemlocks, balsam firs and House acts SUNDAY DEADLINE 10to M. frlday
of enlarge escape a committee of both
"trees" Lich
Naples make nlce
Mayor Andre spruces chambers Radio Road
Champagnole will arrange a com. All Ads Must. WATERFRONT'
ens ground pine and Lycopodlum Be In ghlfaca Type HOME 1 bed
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS Socle said the guide drill had promise figure. t sort It JJJ I At" rooms. ; bath, Florida room
are more unusual shapes to LIM" ), ... Located .....
Peppsrd Bldg.MI gone through hard, solid rock. Your creativity can run riot to The Senate amount Is $1.4 billion National, per line . 30< TI., .nd T."o 1100. "con'dcmmna canal Mr Clean and on wail cared.II.d

2.6059 He said this would slow up the less than Congress forked bv STDNfC'T IN. for Prlc.d"l III too Own.
Classified ...
Inch DUSTRIS. Mar.hn. scrub
make a settlngwith small stones Display . 1.75
per .n.ln" td MM CARIBBEAN
661 Filth Ave., So, work but meant the evacuation over to the Pentagon last year ttnpplng roiaal and polith ratid.nl.nl .
bark drift wood tiny or J/M N. Trail. Ml
a pool ( fl.TY
.nd commartial OllicaMl
could be carried out with great. and more than $696 million be. -- 2 4/?. tht tf
5' mirror fig. 277I2 Rat MI MISS
use a Instead ) even
W. J. o. er safety. of low President Johnson's initial PUBLIC NOTICi Announcements 1111 tot38Autos "TinltHkV.I Hlall1L".IaN !-
urines deer herons or other
Naples. + budget requests. 100 of *hl, land beech
hRui animals. Favorite settings are IMAZA BEAUTY For Sal. 3 bdrm. 2 bath garage CBS
T Ile. Eighty.five cent of the The unanimous vote is mis.
Aa per : Hansel and Gretel woodland Notice It hereby given' by the City with acr...", ,n pool and pace
ern. US wine production comes 1 tales leading In a sense. Debate was Council of tho City of Evorl.dt>. lii E Tamiemi Trail lull rducd to I II ISO! unluf
from California scenes, Chinese fairy or angry at times and Russell, Florid that the Tax .......m.nl Ml.way5512 I9tl Ford t d,. Automtl 113105- nithed Ih't' I t a wonderfol buy
completely natural.Terrarlums floor Roll,, City of Evergledea. for .19(1 million, Good i.cond Car, ... in a icarc IWm May w* show
that look like ablt manager for the bill, had will, b. tubmlttod for approval it at R'''.' Park Apt' D Iim you th property today CA
to fight off efforts to cut the am. II. Regular Meeting to bo h.ld on 2-Bikes tf HIBBEAN HCALTV,, J'SO N
of Polynesia are easily made by Tuotday Augutt 4. 1H4 it 1)0 Trill MI 2ISS 4lthttfroomi
ount and to
using tiny palms, philodendrons protect government o'clock P M ot tho City Hall Ever 1161 South 'wAtt"n CWf l i MESA'tt"'.d
NAPLES shipyards. After nine hours the .!.d.., florid.. Sod, Council willet 'o.00'm.fJ: .
I ,
balls ,
Fully Florida
= p
FLY frn African violets begonias and .. s Boird of qu.hllllon on 1964 Honda 10 Peon "ally new room
veteran Democrat had Equippld 'Including '.< sircendcel Located
Georgia tory
garage on teawallodcenal
Fully equipped Light Stoplight
City T. Roll ot this
Or desert mootlnl
Selaglnella. try scene ..,
Alping while thbl.ch Cl*, and well I
MIAMI his test. All ,. 4 ip.ed shift. Jet SlackJS n cared for
way on every persons dourer to hove co .
with small cacti. Sometimes t ..h". mtarior Ocaptionally Priced et |H MO, Owner
garden Russell ,.ct'on. m.d.n thoif" ......m.nl.. / Orchid Dr Ml I UISmiu am
claimed huge multl.billiondollar clean conditionCoil lout to
seeds into whothtr In littln/ vtluotion of
vegetable sprout proo 1100000 Will,
naw evar
REALTY, sins N Trail. Ml
outlays for man. ethorwlto. shell III.
orty or with'
strange-looking plants. 1.e. car. tako trad Bank rata fi Hill. ., 4/2Sthtf
New Year Schedule power, missiles, submarines Ih. Clerk on or b.ton 'ond.v. Female n.nelne ,.. Larry Taylor
Round Daily Want.
,rots,) kohlrabi, turnips. Avocado 'u.u.t 1. 1464 (tho day previews' 10 13-Help CHRYSLER PLY
pits can be forced In warm and other expensive military ,his m..1mSetlcon oottlfis. 'tO.rTOrN: .'2k45 N. TemamTrail SB-Lots For SaleWATrRFROMT
hardware must continue for the forth the oblationn to .uch e. Good opportunity for woman 1/2511
Naples To Miami water to produce shoots. It's s...,nwsl. end pointing out tho Con with, Secretarial aipenanc -
foreseeable future. dotirod to b. modo. d..
7.45: A.M. 11 :30 A.M. 3.45 PM.: fun to experiment. Most of the dispute centeredon The T.. ....otimont Hull for I'M .nail. .type. Sand wall resume shorthand to Collier 19(0 4 Dr Falron W/ AutaTrantifiitiion LOTS
!I. open for mipoction, by oil con County News lo 5131 A II. New, IIr. ... VANDfRfmT BEAfM
IT'LL GROW efforts of Navy yard support. cornod plooto loosen youriolvoi 1/23If : Complala tuna up150 Can STATES
Miami To Naples ers to get a large share of near. .ccordlnilvB, bb wen ot .N'I."Y"i\ I Block L Ui,,it ? 7N0OI
While you collect and work, B OIOEON, WAITRESS WANTFD Ava North lot ,
1 blnck J ui tOOO 00
900; AM 215 PM 500: P.M. keep In mind your plants must ly $2 billion In the bill to con. City Clerk Pin Lnt Snack Bar, Mull b* Owner naedi cath Don Holland
struct, repair and convert theNavy' July S3. JO Aus 2. 19M #211 tt. Inquire at Pin Lann 740 IDrd Ave Traatur I Island ,
USD T Hard onral
be short. and eventually Bird lop
They'll grow
Conntftion and Reservations to any point In the world fleet of existing and new lttf\ lonl condo Low m'I.' ... MOD Florid
get too big for your bowl. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS WAITRESS WANTED and laka up payments Call MlI 11.711I
NAPLES AIRLINESNaples Back home place the terrariumin ships. NAME: STATUTE Over SI i Apply Done L ggettReial JIM balwaan 141pm. H..d..1/ / L... ".,* e
As part of an economy effort, Notice Ii ": : thot the I. Naple' Shopping Caller, /?! MHM N... school and tlorat tJ !tlMARLOWf
window where rn"'rn.
a south-faclng undorifnod, io In 'In..II A BtCH. 411 elk
of Defense
Airport Concourse 3 Miami AirportMI temperatures average around 75 'Secretary Robert S. trio practice of votormory mod,cin. Ave South. MI 1 Sill.elllha .
McNamara has shut down large under tho fictitlout, nomo of Naples OrewinN' InsuranCS es.nry Cadillac Coup. Law 1/
2-S4S4 NE 4.a.I1 degrees F. Keep it well.wateredor Animal Hotpltol. locitod Hi Ili.Napl.s tedt Compitenl, woman enperl mil.... Local doctor Irada 'in
with and al. numbers of military bases and Shoppms Pl' Noplot I Flor I enced In Fire and catually ,in -C1..n. priced to tall Will
City Ticket office N.plf Travel Agency I Conwn cover glass plate establishments. Now he is look. Ids, Intends .s 100: owner' to ros ttor : sues,.. Including tome rating take trada Bank .1. financmi 59-AcreageAcraan
low a natural water cycle to oc.; the told fat, I euo n.m. with tho and moil phases of ...nCV op Sao Rad Slier af WOOD
'ing over government owned and Clara of the Circuit Court of ColIIir enuon .nd .c ., operated ship yards. / County! op.n Ou' .." II ..II 01 Skis, UIO N. Tamiami Trail.
,'J r." } ROBERT P'Ir.lIONE.. DVM .d..rt".m.nl 5nd compl.u //7138 It your bail
Sen. Jacob K. Javlts R.N.Y., July' t, IS. 13, 3D 19M #20I '..um. 10 Collier Counly Now.So. 1551 Ch.vy 4 0,. bid T'.n/.
Ill. ? A II
tried to tack on the blU a riderto rriw >>iETpeTienceVweilreit God .cond U', MI 220151LH INVUTMrlltT'O.c.N.

prevent a shutdown of any ; ;; apply .1
Andy Pit, Bar B Qua after '"" **' BIO
yards unless ;
R *
appropriate I 00 /JS/lf IMI ThundarbirdHara-top
I Tobacco Season CYPRESS Qolf
congressional committees got H. Power windowt taeit Foe Court I''.NO

advance notice and agreed. 14-Help Wanted Mat lory e air Ml conditioning I 4104 alter, I Low P M mil.a5 40 acret'Nar aropotad 114 000

Opponents argued this was an Looks Bright '"',tI 30 en

I attempt at a congressional veto Male Oft,.. Clorh nestled tar C11'n 14},000t
Marco (eland Prol.cl, Must S ecret-Sunn
on executive decisions. It was have I"n.port.on', Esneral 44-Mobile Home Etlelet 1000DEWEY

shouted down on voice vote. Says ConnerLAKE olfica experience. tome'typing A"at.

Jj'" n..aury, s.lary 111to 10 by SO ft Mobil. home, Fur l niiu Oil' Vtaw, Marcum
U1 i p., was Con.cl Mr mined. I Bedroom lull bath
Slob Jan/0'
Lc- CITY AP Agrlcul.
t I ( Emery at Golfing Buccaneer. Air" Condilion.d. Cash or terms
ture Commissioner Doyle Con. Room 104 B.lw.en hours oft Call alter I. 00 .p m Mil 1141 POLLY
State Need Not 00 P M end I 00 P M. Thunda
nor said today the season for /. July M, .H>4 rill" REALTY

Reveal Confession tobacco growers looked bright Job will' a future lor relpunnble 45- Trailers For Rent

despite adverse weather condl. young men Mutt know Corner al 1.1 I Av. Uq, a-
rr bane accounting principal He Tractors SI woes. wd5 TV, Turn.am Trail,
lions which the
At Hearing. Kynes plagued grow . lo type. mould have torn 110 a w.nb Spires 15 a ...., Ml 11156
i4,1 l p ..Mw ers. .011./ .. .xpenenco, poltion, ,im Rock Cro.h Tailor Park
TALLAHASSEE: (AP) FlorIda Conner said although the yield marl,ately available Tall MI ,1111
2IOSI E H Marhnafer Jr CoChry.I. 1s4 a0es on ,11nmbal.s "d.
law does not require the was less this year than last, ., m.oh.n.c wnl.dHove i CSOCJI cA, Your chance for a

rM prosecution to provide the de. high quality tobacco sold well owl tooli Good working 48-Apls. For Rent good !lnve I lmnt, CARIBIEANREALTY
1/5o.N. Trail I Midway
I fendant with copies of ronfes. Wednesday when the Florida condition Apply in Excellent t Wood pay Chryt plan Elliciencei O.,. week' or I IHS. .n'.th..tf
done during a preliminary hear. markets opened. ler Plymouth Inc IMO N Tern Month, ("IRIS MOTEL) MlH10 _
: ? a, Ml S Ills MO eves for aal. al 190'
ing the friil I 1/30 11
attorney general said Conner toured the markets, awl Napiet acre. Mgkl all.: earl. f::

: Wednesday.In milel toulM of PI.
visiting Madison Jasper, Live propoiad
answer to a question asked and 15-Sale. Help WantedToTitionOpeningin A Conditioned furnithed o'liciency laudordal F>d. CARIBBEAN
Oak, Lake City others in "r REALTY J,.. N, Treil. MlIII
by Judge Sylvester P. Adair of the High Springs area. ttlebhthed pier |M 00 Apt per near month beck Mid and' .** l/tl Th*.tf

Homestead, judge of Small I I He said growers planted 12,. Men's Shop yeer round employment .../ fM Mtlnl. Experience '
v Claims Court and Justice of the 700 acres of 14 fiue-cured type preferred but not neceiiery tfwilling + "Ou I'.u 10 ...TRAIL.. hgh, FRONTAGE 4 dry luid .7H
peace Kynes sails tobacco this year, comparedwith to ,..,n Age 72 to JS Fur I odrmCiet .p" I(I.e.enmenl miiee" from counhoute. MAN
M..d Good Ch."c' TV. Air Cond M$ too LOWE 4 BECK. 411 Ith Ave,
"Where an ac<'used Is brought 14,000 acres planted last 50nd a resume a' your quaffcations A.. So Ml > nil! .11 South, Ml 15221! in.tfTwalv
to Coll ., N. ,..
County "
before year. 'urn..d I b.dreom .,..1.
a committing magistrate
BOX 1717 A i U ifMSALES \ ,
prior to being charged by an In. This reduction In acreage re. Huge I ving 1 room bock Acre North Caroline
MIN 4 WOMEN en end o.ih Ml 1HIjH
formation or Indictment, thereis fleeted 10 per cent cut In tie, Fr ham dcortar held telulive ., 1 a,aoom t..rn..n" ",cu2tjapt Bern Mountain Two Home story: fruit Two cellar Story;

total absence of any author) acreage allotment by the U.S. new product Expen N. .hill, Ml I Anorted Fruit tree" Abundnt ..
of one ,in color hermony helpful 1 JIll or M2/ 5955 4"1' {lane Waler; [O.ulails
r ty requiring the prosecution to Department Agriculture ear. but not necettery "'OIlC'.. View*. S.. 41 Little 5wrtr.y
permit the defense to examine Her this year, he said territory with, opportunity for lend. Norm Ursine. 7111.U.
deolor frencnuo Liberal com SABLE SHORES APTS.Tradtwmd .
statements made by the at. Conner said a total tobacco million end bonuses Furnith loll SSS5MIy
cused." production of some 20.3 million background end reference Fed and Arora Ave 110 Acrat lot tale II2J par
Bo. inA II? Collier Counly acre. I mil* from Napl' .*, I
pounds was expected this year ,News 7/10 It ...rtm.nl. "I. off proposed. nw Ft Liuderdele .
Kynes also ruled that Florida compared with 25.' million Experienced ale prtn male read Term* CARIBSEAN .
law does not require s public last or female' h.eh potint, I bedrm Porn REALTY i;>0 N Trail
pound year. : MI } IMJ' r/" thttfT .
..rn ngt drawing accountw near 't..1't't ihnpping Vaerly
defender to represent an Iniolv At the opening sales best .th .bl..d elimmum pen 0> ItHI '/'111rn'.IInCY

Ii ent defendant on his appeal. quality lots sold for 65 to 70 ducts f"rm For nllrv..", wr-I' -- W..kly D' Mon'h. Pave Acre Iwo mllaS .outll eGOld.n ,
i ( + ,, COM'.. County Ne..> Coo 1// Gaul
City 5.cl'on
kill 1IIf 'n
__ ___ Kynos told Judge Thomas S. cents a point. Conner auctionedone A Ifl 1//. EMI 2 Mb.//or 10 owns, lOll

Caro of the Key West Criminal lot for 17 cents. 0" Land, Florida. .,

Court of Record that the Judge Flue.cured tobacco production 23-Mise. For Salt I EBB TIDE APTS., Season r/io a i it

In Monroe Count)' also had the accounted for more than $14 Dansh, Modern Couch.. I Modernurni.had.1fer.nsres Weekly Monthly '
SOMETIMFS OUR "FLORIDA EXPLORERS" right to appoint an attorney oth. million annually for Florida, he 0 l ninact05.: 1 t/' 4 bedroom apes, 65-Gen. Real Estate
er than the public defender to said. : {c 7/1 Kelly/If >d E: Naplot.

handle appeal ORCHItSWANT I Motel lpcll' IMM willhandle
. 10 U 11 close
The maximum let for the at. APT GREEN ACRES MlI unit, an
Collier Real
to town County
torn> on the appeal would be CALL THE NEWS FOR IErTON A NICE WITHOUT ORCHID PAYIi rot, .'.. :*M 1111.11 ,.1.1. MI 13955. >/21 I th.II

OVER TWFLVC YEAR i Bedroom waterfront homer
I Oupiei toned tour
AND Aflt BLOOMIS ./<,. I LICENSE '"L' I I' I oil 'in Ft Mvert Near Cap
them I turn Be htJpful Be They won't ft DIVISIONS rorl I' ,
That's your cue tJ do pod neighborly Ill! OF CMC I bridger
5 Atrai near Golden Qatar
""teel'O.! baJ bovttt.ki1RCh"etpwrong; um l thanks(,t0' the'niEet101k1'.lhey'meL\ YC OFFICE COLORS: PROUD AND TO SUES OWN AVAIL BIRTH MONTH .. TWIST COME, MY IN AND ARM

And; chance.are, they'd' feel a little more like staying in Florida . (for good. '" SUPPLIES CHOOSE ABLE PLANTSMTO BLOOM S. Q. N H. !CUFF erobar

IN THE SEASON YOU PM 49-Houses For Rent 131 Ills .i. No'
Courtesy's contagion it makes friends for Florida . and for you! JUST RECEIVED 1" A L'O PHA.ANOPI'"NO > Naples
.... '-- slue .f ....d .Wu ,untilVHt -,.. SEEDLINGS AVAIL 1130 115
_'_.n.o4 meehine *t I'.m....._ ROVES bedroom hout /lurnnh.dall
'r s.vlp.'siY. ONL ORDERS I'M 00 Call lltll >/M> 66-Inturancev
: s HACHINM >ALKS. KtPAIH* TO I Id lurnnhad Sousa. seed

ASH RENTALS FREE I'KOMPT I..t.... .n (..I Naples Coy,
PHILLIP STOKES "' .... .I 21N.21,81 a. Money Easy Paymonl

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 51. A... Mil, "DFUVFfO IItIe1'F.1t1S : )11 2.2011 I 875 Woodley Dr N.W. I 110..j-.j per; ;;;me ;;/Op, n;*Sunday Hoot*' 'Plo."jAFotR Auto INSURANCE Horn Owner

:I .. REALTY: 3750 'N .19 ,.It Ave North

e' 11 Icaeiel Atlanta, fia 30318 Trail Ml_ HI"it__.2>* wolf M7' >"* 1/21101

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cf Viet lossHeavy



Tf4L" SAIGON!:, South Viet Nam
(lAP) A U.S. Army officerAas
a4i13, r reported killed In a major
? Viet Cone ambush of a govern
ment battalion north of Saigon
before dawn toda>'. Government

casualties sources tremol said heavy were," reported reliable"ex. Saturday & Sunday, Aug. 1 2

An American spokesman de.
dined Immediate comment but
acknowledged that a major ac.
tion had taken place.If .
w the American death Is con.
If9 h firmed It will be the fifth In
South Viet Nam In the past
tta three days and the 164th In ac.
tlon since December 1961.

_..--, ---.- The Viet Cong ambushed a Pile
NEWLY REMODELED Pine Lanes is expecting a prominent visitor government unit moving from
Hammond Hammond member of the regimental headquarters of
from the bowling field Gray Ben Sue to Ben Cat, 30 miles
I the AMF staff of champions in I960() and member of the IRA will be north of Saigon, to begin an ear.
here for an exhibition match and bowling clinic during Pine l Lanes ly morning operation.
opening! August 1 and 2. Photo gives good! idea of the many changes Scattered action has been con.
made during the remodelling. Note wall murals.! (NEWS photo) tlnulng In the Ben Cat region for
three days, and the operation
laratlon he was "ready, willingand today was apparently planned '
able" to debate Johnson. to rout guerrillas still In the : c'
Barry Thinks LBJ Will "I think when the time comes area.
I he'll be willing to debate," However, the guerrillas :
Goldwater said.Goldwater moved first, ambushing the long
has said the de.line of convoy vehicles and In.
Meet Him In TV DebateWASHINGTON bates were a mistake for the Hiding heavy casualties before j
Republicans, and one that con. melting back into the jungle.
tributed to Nixon's defeat.Telephone Government pursuit forces were anesJ
(AP- Wedemeyer. The retreat Is di. sent in but no contact was
Republican presidential nom(. vlded into about 12'! separate made.In .
nee Barry Goldwater, countln: camps. Goldwater will be stop . Saigon, combat engineers
on new.look campaign debates ping at one called the Caveman removed statues and Inscriptions
with President Johnson, begin Club. (Continued from page 1)) from the French war
a weeklong California vacation On Saturday, Goldwater plans memorial which Vietnamese
today, to fly to Newport Beach, south meet customer demand for better students! had partially wreckedIn \ NORTH TRAIL MI5SR
of service In the new
The Arizona senator will fly of Los Angeles, to rest with his grades a demonstration Tuesday
west aboard a private plane. wife, who is vacationing there. exchange. Some of the new cable. night against President Charlesde
Aides said he wants the journeyto lie expects to fly back to plant has already been constructed Gaulle's proposal to neutral. Open 9 A.M. to Midnight
be a vacation trip and noth. Washington next Wednesday for and there is more to come Ize South Viet Nam
Ing else a round of talks with GOP 9. Plans are presently under
Goldwater's first California members> of the House and Sen. way to establish a new telephone
Stop Is an exclusive, 2,000-acre ate Aug. 6 and 7. exchange (EXport) on Marco Islam Clair
retreat called Bohemian Grove, Goldwater told newsmen on ). Construction of the new ex. Engle,
0 miles he was change building here will start. COMPLETELY MODERNIZED
f north of San Francisco.The the eve of his departure
In 1964 and will Initially .
September ,
no Senator
senator plans to slay not surprised there was FromCalifornia
there from the White house new microwave ra.
through Saturday as the quick response
fuest of retired Gen. Albert C. !House after his Tuesday dec. dlo relay facilities. These will
initially provide circuits back to Dies
the Naples (Midway ) exchange ,
for local and long distance ser- WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
vie. They will also be capable ol! Clair Engle D-Calif., died early
: I providing the many special ser today. He was 53 and had been .
NOON ft STOCKS vice circuits. required during the ill for many months. . . . .
heavy construction phases by the Engle underwent a second
Marco Island Development Corp. brain operation April 24.
oratlonand other contractors and He had suffered partial .1ot( ,"erf. '
NEW 1OKK (AP-Sturks at nmtnt para .
builders. These new microwave lysis and speech difficulty sincea . . i[
AlliS dial 21 Firestone 407/i Nat DIM 28Vi facilities will subsequently be brain operation Aug 24. . . . REGISTER(;\ .
Alcoa 68 Fla Pw 51V4' N. Am Av 49''. used to connect the Marco Island Despite his physical condition, .. .
Am Air 47% Fla P'L BO3):\ Penney 58Vi' (EXport) exchange which Engle announced in January he 10
Am Drk D8'/i' Ford !Slrv4 Pa RR 33: % will be activated In late 1965, to would be a candidate for re- SURf. Ie \
AmBdPar 41 Frmst Da 12'/4' Pep Col 60 the state and national,and world election to a second term in the 'to
Am Can 41'/a Frept Sul 36 Phil Mor 74'4 side telecommunication net. U.S. Senate.
Am Cyan 67 Frueli Tr 33U' Phlll Pet 55U! works This led to differences be.
Am Mot 14V Gen Dyn 31 RCA 32% tween Engle and his former Given.Away.:.j
AnT 711/4 Gen El 83'Vi Rep Stl 45% Tax Roll. supporters over whether he PRIZES
Am Tob 341 Vi Gen Fds 90% Revlon 34 V4 .. would be able to campaign and \
Amps Cp 1C1,) Gen Mills 42/i Rey Tob 43StReg (Continued from page 1)) carry out his Senate duties Finally .
Anaconda 4tVi! Gen Mire 94% P 30% 11 candidates filed for the .
ments in future years, "so
Armour 48 Goodrich 50 Seaboard 34V4 Democratic nomination Including
ACL TSVi Goodyr 43 Va Sears 117% there will be no hard feelings." state comptroller Alan Cranston .
Babcock 33 Greyhnd 2CVi Sinclair 47 He said he "has no Idea what i and former White House S . 5 .
Beth Stl 30 Gulf Oil 91 Vslionwell Socony 82% Bert does after"he gets our as. press secretary Pierre Salinger. .oJ. . . .
Beth Stl sor 129 SouthnC 64 /4 sessment cards.
5:1: % 14V4 "We respect your tax roll
BoeingBorden: Int llarv 80 Sperry R
enough so that we use it," Tur.
Jilt Nick 77% StO NJ 87VaSludi'bak
Brunswk 0 lot Pap 32'A 7% ner told Coldlng, "How did you Truck Driver
Cater Tr 33)4Celanese ) 52',' arrive at the adjustments (for
Jones*L 81% Swift 4
Gets Ticket For
depreciation)? Coldlng said
71 Vi Kais Al 3:1: % Texaco 80%
Chrysler 01 Vj Ken'cott 83'/4' Thiokol 13% he had changed the replacementIndex
Failing To Yield
and had made "all kinds
CocaCol ,
4U Carb 124
Com Ed 52"''j Llff Loch'd& My 80 33'4' Unit Alrc 47% of adjustments, up and down, Johnny Lee Plgford, Copeland, DRAWING for
Con Bdls 91% Lortllard 44?. Un Fruit 22'',. on property in the city." a driver for Leon McCormick, GRAY HAMMOND
Coot Can :Sl'/j' Mag'vox; 301'4( US Steel D81. was given a ticket for falling
(Dow Che 72'''< MM4M OP/l Unlv Mat 13?% "ADJUSTED" to yield the right of way follow
I DuPont: 2C4'4 Mohasco 14'/i WestgEl; 34''% Adjustments were made this ing an accident at the corner of
EAL 32!I. Monst'to 80 Wlnn Dlx 3534 year to correspond to today's Eighth Street South, and Tenth
E.Kodak 131 Mont Wd 39'',i Woolwth 29'' a values, he said,"and it was "nota Avenue, South, at 239 o'clock FREE TRIP
Nat Dalr 83"a' it reassessment Neither was yesterday afternoon. AMF STAFF of CHAMPIONS
an across.lhe-board
per. John Thomas Ferruggla of
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cent age depreciation, the coun. Lake Worth was driving a station .
10 COM.ini COUNTY NEWS Thursday July 30, 1961 ty assessor added. wagon, belonging to Henry IN 1960, AND MEMBER
Coldlng said he has cooperatedin Hurley of Palm Beach In a north
the past with Pink ston, but erly direction on Eighth Street, TO NASSAU of THE PBA
complaints, allegedly referred and Pigford was traveling weston . .
from the City's tax office, have Tenth Avenue in adumptruck.
brought the situation "to the Damage was estimated at $300
breaking point where 1 can't to the station wagon and at about
it take any more." He declared! $30 to the truck. WILL BE HELD
that "I will not have the buck Set. Jack Bliss and Officer
passed. on to me. Either we Gary Young made the investlga.
use the same figures or we will don for the Naples Police depart. THIS WEEKEND!
SPECIAL have separate tax rolls." ment, WILL BE HERE
The City's tax roll differs from
the County's valuation of Naples

PURCHASE with property developers submerged-land chiefly because These contracts of con.theCity's FOR A MATCH

tracts are now in litigation,
with an appeal scheduled to be
made in September of Circuit and for
Slightly Blemished Judge; Archie Odom's recent de. * *
vision invalidating the contracts.

NATIONALLY. FAMOUS have Wood to decide noted right that now"we whetherto don't N ON THE LANEINSTRUCTIONS

have separate rolls. lie *
suggested that Plnkston person
.ally look Into complaints of 'Naples .

BRAND NAME asseS5m property nts.' owners"It won't about their hurtus SHORT CUTSNORT !

and It won't cost us anythingto
try it," Wood said.Krrrume LIFE !

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