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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 31, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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-Around Big Day For America's Space ProbeRanger :





ftf 7 Scores Bull's Eye "



By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


CAIRO (AP) Two students

were 16 stabbed others to were death wounded Thursdayand In a !


battle dons of Al from between Aihar Chad University.two In political the dormitory tae. With Pictures To Prove It

Police said students support ,
log the ruling part In the former
French African territory got s
Into a bitter argument with a PASADENA, Calif. ( )
backing the opposition. Spacecraft Ranger 7
About group 100 students were in. LBJ Telephones V the first i lose.up pl
volved.Al CongratulationsOn moon toda\ then
Athar is the world's chief the Sea of Clouds, ic
Islamic educational institution. Moon Shot iilstorii first success
trouble.united U.S.
WASHINGTON (AP)-On be. ploratlc 1'1 ORra m.
LONDON (AP) Gambia, half of the nation, President L10r
Britain's last colony on the AfrU Johnson expressed congratula. The fast\ pictures
can West Coast, gets Its lnde lions and thanks today to the 1' e looked extremely good, Aid
pendence Feb. 18 with an uncer. Jet Propulsion Laboratory In tlsts reported: at the Jet
taro future ahead of It. California on the successful shot ales Laboratory, which\
Colonial Secretary Duncan at the moon by Ranger 7. r vehicle.and controlled the
Sandys announced the date "This Is a basic step forward, : 1
Thursday after a conferencewith In our orderly program to assemble \ t After study by ) '
the territory's leaders. The the scientific knowledge tures were expected to
colony, one of Britain's oldest necessary for man's trip to the leased for public pro
and smallest in Africa, Is about moon," Johnson said in 24 hours. has
the size of Vermont and Is sur. He called It a magnificent Ranger 7's cameras share.
rounded on three sides by Sene. achievement, which has helpedto turning at 8(07 a.m. gone Re.
gal, a former French colony It advance the peaceful explore Daylight Time and If all three gen.
has 250,000 inhabitants. ation of space He cave his con. as programmed may Truman
gratulatlons by telephone to Dr. turned as many as 4 In 1948,
William H. Pickering, director, photographs made Demo
NEW DELHI India AP -
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is and Dr Homer E. Newell, associate the Instant of Impact to:
The cholera epidemic spreadIng
In central India, with 202 administrator of space a.m.The 8)I Repult.
science and at Pasadena shots
deaths reported since July 1. application, are vital of
Calif.Phone poll
A government spokesman pace program. They
said the outbreak has spread parted to show the cha
City, N. J.
Into two more dlstrlcts'of Ma ON TIlE BUTTON American space experts anxiously followed the visitors terrain where the they were
harashtra State, about 200 miles Operator course of Ranger 7 during the last two days, hoping that all would may descend. John

northeast of Bombay, despitemore VQ well\ . and that's just what happened lien 1)1'. William II. GOOD candi
More than than 2SO,0001noculatlons.1,200 cases have Refuses To Quit Pickering director of the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena Calif., "We have good I to
been reported. points to the area of impact. Before the TV cameras smashed to bits Ranger project manager votes
Job; Dies In Fire on the face of the moon, hundreds of "excellent"\ photos were flashedto M. Schurmeler told a polling
earth (NEA telephoto) ference at the Jet I to each
OTTAWA Addle Laboratory, which ,
WASHINGTON (AP) The CAP) Me.
two. Cormick, 64 a widow, lost her guided t the spacecraft. '
cost of living edged up I ranking
cent In June life Thursday when she stayedat District About "The light level was
tenths of one per Millage 1.15 to come
the Labor Department said to. her telephone switchboard to video signals were good there
warn guests of a fire that swept first quick prints
day, and attributed the rise prl. I will help
film
exposed by
through the fashionable 300.
to seasonal increase in .
raarlly mUted from Ranger 7,
room Beacon Arms Hotel.
food prices. Skeeter I I* say
The consumer.prlce Index was Her son, Donald: was one of Budget $192,985 ceptlonally good I some of
June the firemen who i"U'Jit the "I think (the public
over were
108.0 up 1.3 points able to I:
blaze that tooK two other liveI /- distinguish only
19C3. details when the pictures


Decide To Buy Own Plane leased contrasted"If the -pictures with light are .for In would him the

owe ought to be
only
something. the size of a
lit mlllage rate for the Na- purchase a twin-engine Beech.. board figured. It had budget.. tens, say the sUe of
pi' Mosquito Control District craft or equivalent. District ed $25,000 for the coming yea wagen." top Dem.
the coming fiscal year ap- director Brandt Watson was authorized for buying and equipping an air Ranger 7's six openly
leader
e :n. itly will be In the neigh- to draw up a specification craft Purchase price of the programmed to return ) of
rh od of 1,15 mills sheet for the aircraft Oeechcraft was estimated at $B, pictures made from legisla
F ht a meeting yesterday after- These specifications must be 0001 engine overhaul, when andIf above the moon's In the
I itoners decided to undertake Health, Watson said, before the fogging tanks and renovating In. The first photographs l he fa.
I ai aerial control program, buy board can advertise for bids. terlor, $3,000 other costs, $4, lacier said, are .
ilrplane, and approve a'$192, Asked when the district wouldbe 000. released within 24 hours Lha'd* *
ee budget. The budget Is vlri ready to start fogging mosquitoes Last month, the district decid.ed board of scientists -
i I. '!unchanged from the ten- from the air, board to test the effectiveness of "HISTORIC"The such
I budget that was advertlsc chairman Dr. Richard Brashearsaid aerial fogging by renting a DC*
c h month in this newspap- "It's take last shuts, he Republl.
going to while. J) from Lee County on three received
taken a fraction of a
c.: Several have be worked: occasions
things to separate at a total l fore Impact and would a pos.
I" bt'get calls for $130,833 out, he explained.The cost of $7,520. Results were area of about 80 square ", plat.
:e paid In local taxes. Tax plane Investment shouldrun encouraging, and the board fl. Dr. Homer Newell, .. Demo
,,Sioi Sam Coldlng said this up to about $20,000, the gured at a meeting earlier thta administrator of the .
'ilng tat the valuation of taxi month that aerial fogging wouldbe Aeronautics and Space
y., I., propenywlthin the recently.e Area necessary for effective mos tratlon, told the news
< se I >ode district is close to the Squally qulto control throughout the ex. once/ that this was an :
I ),202t 00 tentative figures Losing Force panded district occasion and that the
h :ave the County Commls had received
11'C ea: tier this month. The MIAMI (AP)-A squally area BIGGER DISTRICT from President
i units .an will determine thee that almost became the sea. Freeholders In North and East what Newell" called "a
>ac' mlllage to be levied. son's first t r o J p I r a I storm Naples last November voted to operation Ranger 7 smashed
lev) of a little more than seemed likely today to spend join the Naples district The expansion tea of Clouds pst)
Lw. the its force far out In the Atlantic (AP) -
1.1111Ull would produce mo-
the board has pointed equator on the left
u6F rr ne, needed to finance the new Ocean.Forecaster Gilbert Clark: Mid out, will permit the district to the moon's lighted aide / force their
r ou.i'et: i Last year, taxpayersin "it won.t affect Bermuda Or an> get to the source of most of the One of several vast *. They
'he district paid .99 of a mill part of the United SIJt..." 1 mosquitoes that bite Naples re the moon surface, the
finance mosquito district operi Highest winds in the disturb sidents. The pe.ky Insects breed because that's what they .
d ',,* (totaling $1 3,872. The acre were clocked at 40 to 50 In salt marshes southeast of the Ilk* to ancient /( country'
uJ'ei: : increase this coming year miles an hour. Had it increased city and drift across the Bay It Is In such an area a good
land In
primarily due 'o Increased just a bit In intensity, It would ,in a prevailing southeast wind. Ironautt may to the'
jpeiailoiii tIc a lb' rlct that, have acquired storm nature Last month's aerial fogging y.ars. hoped today's
It was
'NEA Te ,IhctuJ( asofOc'"be r 1,w 11 expand f from and borne the name Abby. resulted In a written compliment graphs would show the the of.
had to Join battle! with sever, square miles to U5.I. At last report, the squalls 'o the board from Mr. and Mn. terrain they will Saturday
ENDS: IN B.1TTLEPolice were DANCE! secret
200 Negro and white teen-agers In a riot which grew out oftwo t I.. hoard i. wnlcn had been southeast of Bermuda and 1,200 Ira Mct-arland. They said the /.th.r|, It's rocky and vast.
I a Medford. Mass. rock-and- In picture above leaning owsrd buying a DC-3 miles east-northeast of Miami, aerial program was effective Or dusty and smooth. junction
more youths get a ride as police hauled combatants off by aircraft, yesterday decided It and moving north at 20 mile Muonr
(Continued on page 8) (Continued on pig
the carload. would be more economical to an hour. Soul, the neutralist foothold




Dramatic Growth Of Naples And Collier County Shows In The Telephone System




TELEPHONE DEVELOPMENT Telephone Plant Additions Since HSQ OTHER' STATISTICSISRARV'


NtntR or TELEPHONES Naples U,492.000 Number of switchboard poll.t1on. .t Fort "y.n Toll Center
NAPLES COLLIER: OOL'NTY Everglades 462,000 serving Naples and Collier County .......................... 76

December 1950 56S 709 Immokalee 666.000
Nlaaber of long dlltanee circuits fro Naples to Fort
July 1964 10,160 11.H7 TOTAL COLLIER COUNTY $4,620,000 ..................
k' Myers Toll Center ........................ 90
Per Cent Increase 1,6981 1,5781
for 1961 and 1965 $2,500,000
Budgeted Toll Center .............. 200TELEPHONE
Number of operators .t Fort "J.r.


CROWTH FORECAST CAI.LINCRECOAD_ Number of .zehangaa 1n Collier County ...................... 3

LONG DISTAHct (TWo more are planned for 1965..Nortb Naples and Marco

NAPLES COUlD COUNTY YF.JJ\ LOCAL CALLS CAU.S' Island)

December 1965 12,000 14,000 i93 SS00-
Per Month 57,000 ....
.......
December 1970 20,000 23,650 1955 Per MOnth 254'000 9'400 .utal Int.r-County Telephone System Service At.a
December 1975 30,000 38,500 1960 Per Month 697:500: 22:000: 10,305 Square, Miles

Per Cent Ineruse 5 Tears 66 2/31 68.4% 1963 Per Month 1,187,000 31,500
......... .... 2,032 Square Miles .
Per Cent Increase 10 Y.are 150% 175 Per Cent Increase Since 1950 1:9801: .4751 Total Collier County Land Ar.a


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Novel Idea For Financing : . YOUR CHURCHDIRECTORY





I Churches Grows To Big 1.. "



, FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) 70-yeal -old Baptist layman. ful how folks -- FIRST ASSEMBLYOF
"Thank you," wrote the mlnlst. "We just ride herd from the mo. people to help FULL GOSPEL GOD

I ir, "for taking us out of the beg. mend we sign up a church until The COMMUNITY CHURCH fhadowlawn ATS., E. Nap! .
Ing business." the last bond Is paid for." services Rt\ Don Paulson. Pastor
, The letter Is a priced posses Most savings and loan associations church and
slon of A. B. Culbertson, whose ignored churches' fi. "There are Rev George Paulson Sunday School 10 a.m.

term of an Idea I decade ago nam lal needs 10 years ago, Cut. moral Assistant Pastor Morning Worship 11 am.
turned Into a bustling Invest. benison said In an Interview. Investments,. Dominion Dr., Avalon Estates Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.

ment buslneM. Bank standards were too rigorous "Even South Naples Youth ServlceTuead

His Idea also built hundreds of to be met by new, struggling banks failed Sunday School 1000; a.m. at 7:30: p.m.
churches for booming suburbia.The churches.
closed, but :Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mid-Week Service Thursday
problem simply was thlst "Now they're bidding for es paid their
Persons moving to the new su. church loans," Culbertson said that time, Sunday Evening 7 p.m. at 7:30: p.m.
burbs are burdened with mort Culbertson said three factors 100 cents on \Vei Player Service 7:30: p.m.

gages: car payments, the needto contributed to the widespread GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH
put up at least a decent front. demand for new churches CENTRAL T O. Box 214 Naples, FIll
These people do not have $2,. The population explosion, In. BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Bealrd Pastor
000 or $3,000 each to contribute flux of people from rural areas 750 Seagate Drive Dominion Rd.. Avalon Estates
toward building a church to cities and mushrooming North Naples East Naples
But Culbertson knew their suburbia. SERVICES
Pastor SUNDAY
Set For
credit was good.Basically Success of
the A. B. Culbert-
Rc'. Oscar McCollum Itlble School 10:00: a.m.
says Culbertson, son It Co. formula Is reflected In
Suiflny Services :Mnrnlnfr Worship 11:00: am.
"We've given respectability to hundreds of churches across 14 11II11I1111111111111111'w
church obligations. states gust 2, the 6 Sumlny School 10 a.m. Tialninir Service 7:00: p.m.

Church members, possibly Culbertson began by expert Chapel will .. -. -- -- Worship Soivire 11 am. Evening Worship 8:00 p.m.
'
of
meeting In someone's home or with loan to years WED.: EVENING ER" .
meriting a a group Bible Classes 0.30: p.m.
dedication LATER-In 1963. this district in totally devas
July Yugoslavia was and
Bible Study
school to bond
In a agree a pro. In Borger, Tex.
gram to build a church struc. "It was successful, and we cational the most severe earthquakes in Europe's history Now much of the city is Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Pniyor Service 7:30:: pm.
The $ huts have the brick houses in the
wooden destroyed
Just started rolling" he said although replaced IMMOKALEE I'holr Prnrtlce 8:15: pm.
ture.Culbertson makes the ar. "There was no church loan square feet hutted settlement was presented by the World Council of Churches one of METHODIST CHURCH -
ded Into eight
rangements and the church competition then and It was pit!. organizations to give aid. TRIXIfY.in.THE.rOVFEPISCOPAL
The Rev Richard Hone, Pastor
members sell the bonds. Mostly CHURCH
the regular SUNDAY
they sell bonds to themselves, Port Royal
borrowing the money from a Churches of Christ Scientist vice of. Court Has Not PresbyteriansTo Morning Worship I 8:30: A 11 The Her Richard T. Lambert
pastor
bank. Hear Minister Sunday School, 9.45: '.m. Sunday:: Services
Church Fort
The Sermon on the Mount Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
The bonds are secured by the
Holy Communion, 8 n.m.Kmtily .
speaker.The
church property and are paid, will be taken up section by From Lauderdale M.Y.F., 8:30: p.m. Worship Church
section in the Bible Lesson
along with the Interest from on Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
rerular Sunday ,contributions, "Love" at Christian Science to the Framers' Hopes Rev. Ira G. Howard pastorof TUESDAY School and Srumin-10: a.m.
churches throughout the worldon Strickland
the Peace United Presbyterian WednesdnyHoly
"It Is a self-propelling! propo. :.Men's Prayer Service 7 p.m.
sltlon,'' says Culbertson, a spry, Sunday. work In cases were brought to the court Church of Fort Lauderdale, will Choir Practice 8:00 p.m. Communion, 0.30:: n.m.
The Golden Text is from I Strickland N.Y. but were dropped either be. be the guest minister at the First WEDNESDAY Holy Days

Thee 4: "Ye yourselves are Court cause they were settled or be. Presbyterian Church of Naples in :Midweek Prayer Service, Communion nt 8 n.m.
taught of God to love morning known as cause one party refused to ac. the absence of Rev John W.
one an .\ other" nlc.style continues to cept the court's jurisdiction. Stump who is on vacation. Re. FIIts'r I'IIESRTTERI.SNCllt'IiCH :

from "Science and on the after 18 years The tribunal got off to such a verend Howard will preach here OF NAPLES

Health Readings with Key to the Scrip, Weldon, ilow start that the u.N. General again on Sunday, August 9. Rev. EVERGLADES Third Ave.. So. & Sixth St.
I tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will cial located In The Assembly as early as 1947 ape Stump will return to the pulpit COMMUNITY! CHURCH Rev John W. Slump
include this statement: "The members of arm of the pealed to member nations and here on August 16. Rev II. (1.! WI.'-"r. pass,, Sumlny School 9:10:: a.m.
rich in spirit help the poor in tors will be It has never the u.N. specialized agencies to Last Sunday Rev. Thomas J. S!I ndny Schnol) 10 *.in. Services on Sunday
one grand brotherhood, all baying .ald. extent that the take their disputes to the court Dimming, field director of Morning Worship 11 11.01. !1IlOII.m.:
the lame Principle or Father U.N. charter Instead Of trying to settle them Christian Education for the Synod
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: ; and blessed is that man who Exact been numer.elsewhere. of Florida, preached at the local
iceth his brother's need and place is It had nothing nt appeal had no visible re. church, Mrs. Abby Stump was COI'ELAND BAPTIST ST. .\NN-iT CATHOLIC
RADIO SERIES supplieth It, seeking his own in ably gun,. the organist as Mrs. Clinton Mos. MISSION ::11'1ft.\ :: & 10th A\8.. So.
another's good" (p. S18)). upon handled 21 Only Mm so countries have bach was also on vacation Rev Clyde Martin Father Bernard I. Hirkf

JO a.m. Every Sunday and 12 ad-bound themselves to accept Sunday School 10 a m. Sundry !Mn 2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS [ Fourteen other compulsory Jurisdiction of the ll'ornhip Services Weekdays 7 lI.m. only
WNOG court These do not Include the Charge PeoriaCemetery II s.m and 7:30: pin. Confessions: Saturday

.... _._ 'N.___...... .,..,.'.......... ..._ . .._....,..,.,.,...,.........,"........: United States or any of the Prayer Meetings 4 to I 5 p,m. and 7 to 8 p.m.
1.anmniHimiimnuuiiiHUiiiwiiiimmimimwiiinmiiiinRichards 1UUIIlllI- Communist countries. Decisions 'VithDiscrimination Wednesdays at R p.m. Sunday School: \II n.m.

tt are not binding unless the par. Confraternity Class of
ties to disputes agree to abide Christian, Doctrine

by the decisions PEORIA, 111. (AP)-A Clvtl UIOKOLOSKEECHURCH :Mondays lit 7:30: p.m.
Arc CorJiaInviteJ Advisory opinions, handed rights suit was filed In Cir. OF GOD
yIt down at the request of U.N. bo. cult Court Thursday charging a Sunday School 10 a.m.Mornlnp EAST NAPLES:

dies or groups of countries, are Peoria cemetery with racial die Wflrihlp 11 am. \PTIST' CHURCH"haulowlawn

not binding on anyone. crimination against the dead.
Ave.. tat: Naples
The court Is located In the !
famous Peace Palace, built In Billy V. Clemons, 33, a Negro, !MARCO CHURCH OF iOn Rer. Ledies Barge Pastor
Roofing Service to Attend the CNnrcf The Hague by steel magnate charged that the Memorial Gar. Ira I). Hsncotk pastor Sunday\

hen. Ml I-4M1 K.plM Andrew Carnegie before World dens Association, which oper. Morning Worship 11 ii.in. !Sunday School 1(1( :00 a.m.
War I. It has a permanent staffof ales the Swan Lake Memory tnlnlWllr: hlr 7:15: pm. Morning Worship 11:00: am

Sunshine Hardware 30 and its latest annual budge Gardens Cemetery, refused to Training Union 7:00: p.m.
'Your Complete Hirdwirl Slor." 'ffl' I O7 .I et was $946,000.'Almost sell him two adult burial plots.Clemons' Evening Worship 8:00: r.m.Wednfllay .
711 Ith AVI. ... C l all the 15 Judges are .OODI.AM; MISSION!
. ,f. our suit, which asks $1, OF orrt S.1V10t'It'SunLly .
\ OIC@t former diplomats. Appointmentto
000
Mid
4 damages, also alleges that WeekPrayer
Naples Rexall Store of School 9 a.in.Ittr. .
the court Is considered one
... an agent from the association !Service 7.::.10 p.in.
SOO Ith Ave. the nicest plums a diplomat can Informed him that another Klrhsrd T. Lambert .dolt Thiiir i'I'sctice 8.:IS |>.m.
get. Judges are chosen by the cemetery was the only one In
The Bank of Naples These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church U.N. General Assembly and the the city where Negroes could JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES! :
"Qrowlnf with Nipln ndCollxr .. f NAPLES! PARK
Security Council for 9-year be burled.In Kingdom Hull 107th Avenue
COUAtYf: tmct DI I C. 1M and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES term They get $25,000 a year Minister Wallnce Enrfre BAPTIST CHURCH
tax-free plus $37.50 a day when his suit, demons said he Bible Study Wed. H pm. II".. Marion .. WacaseSumlny /

Hartley's Variety Store the tribunal Is In session was Informed by the cor. Minister School Fri. 7:30::\ |>.nt.er School 10 am.
Ninth Strait Smith I ryia nunN The Judges are not required to poratlon that he could not pur.of \'Ir.I..llnlt: Krl. K'III: p.m. :Morning Warship> | It a.m.
remain in The Hague when they chase the burial lots because Public Address Sun. 5i0: p.m. Evening Woiship 7:30::\ p.m.

Bob's Pastry Shop have no case to consider but litigation restrictions pending In force on racial when deed they Watch Tower Stu'ly Sui. flMJ: I'niju-r Mretlnir Weil., 7:10:: |II.m.
SIS tlh St.. Ni. Ml M7UFrnh must simply be "permanentlyat
Blind Good Only" the disposal of the court" purchased the property. FIRST CHRISTIAN FIRST METHODIST

CHfRCH OF NAPLES CHURCH OF NAPLES
Naples Federal Savings OUR '
.q :Mandarin J Dr. Cvqiiinn Sanila t1r.t Avenue, S. A Fourth St.
and Loan Association. r ;, Minister I'astor lie,. Hsrry C. I'srhsm
Av ., S*. Ml S S1SS t
ff 5th *
r Ifev. James W. Mackey Sunday Worship 11 a.m.

Jim's Sunoco Dill .School 9.4": : a.m. Sun. Eve: Worship Serv. at 7:30:
Lllltlmi Guaanlead Mufflir 1 NEW 'H Church Service I II I am. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.

Ml J- 3J1 or owls tUpIn, Fli. [ j : liolr Practice Wednesday 7::.10\ Junior Intermediate smut
W. Oivl, 8t mp. y ., I Vesper service S p.m. Sun. Senior Fellowship, fl p.m.
Player Meeting
Naples Coin laundry LAND'peed CHURCH: OF CHRIST Wednesday at 8 p.m.

/ Queen Where ) r-imisml Trail
I''. Boy W..hU i'k at 14th Av. N.
.S. Hwy 41 N. Whitman Blvd. t Chart Whirlcn II, minister' ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC
Open. 14.Hours N. NsplitW ; r 1 i Sunday CHURCH

Hoirr, Owner $ i1 Bible study 10 a.m. Igli Building corner of
Goodwin Street and the Trail
:Morning. wnrnhip 11 a.m.
Naples Furniture Co. k'LtkL" Bonita Springs
Ev.n'nrr'orahir 7HO:
IMO N. Timliml Trail ,, .)' i ; pm. Father Joseph E. Beaumont
TNI CHUICN .OA All . Wednesday Sunday :Masses 7it: 0.30 .
Builders 1'' t : : a m
BB Specialties 1 + " All FOR tNt CMUICHThf III':.Ic study 7::10 p.m.C.IUCi Confession: Prior toIMMOKALEE
.
Trill North Ml t-UM '
Plywood Doors Bulldirs Hdw Chvmh U the pn.teM i "nl"y Masses
Schlas' Rutiwln D..t.r Lock N g, Tutor on earth tot thf build. : LUTHERAN/
ing of ihnnultr end iiuodiilwnfthip CHl'KCH OF NAPLES
Cafetaria , It u M .t.rehnuee :Missouri Synod FIRST
Lamplighter uf .pirilu.il ,,,Iu... \Mlhoull IMPTIST CHURCH
Downtown U.1. 41 ... hush. ntilh r 1i .T. S. 41 and 12th Av,., No.
"rn itronn I'axtor U".. I.. E. Daniel)
'u
,. .
el4-C..e N.plt Fll. dcmnmiy nor eirauntany.v I'sKtor
v. an runh.. Then art four Ht\, (.eiirne N'. Price Wlmhlp 11 'm. & 7:30::\ pm.IMMOKALEE .
il round riniani hvtr.\
C A. Anderson
Sunday Sthnnl 0
pmnshouldnnend.rnkv.Pnnnng . a.m.
0.
Interior .ft Cxtirior 0 rnulurK end IUI'IH'| | rt lh. Chine'i Sri vii" 10:'<0 a.m.
DocorltmgWillpipirlni hul\'h.n.. lira, ill Fur hll,
w' t+ mn cake, la( far: has ,AaPh. \ iluly finnmunion CHfRCH OF GOP
... Ml II7JI P.O. Bl. Uti 5. 'N e L ;t drrnimki. i aFvtheasks !i V First Suniliiy each Month I'anlor Rev O. |I'. O'ltanmin

Niplot, Florlii . , r ? '. 1 A' A t ,Ft.0. ,, P t J F { 01 liFufMwk.nflMdrunh has avnmumy. anal MI.", t.r't." .-;"' Vi, 1' Sunday, School 10 .m.Miirp'ijr .

r Hwlf. hkh nwb hu mod ; \ :.. ; .I PIRST W rshii| II n.m.
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Forty-three acres J How long we familiar scene along mat. [
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""S I. Evening :Meeting 8 p.nl. Rev Roland Jones
Company labored hoping someday to add it to our li\'e:4. Suddenly it became our ; : : Reading Room 520 Park S'. Sunday School 10 a.m.

_..Niplis. Florldi our modest farm. church . I I. '" Min.'ed.| Fri. Morning Worship 11 a.m.

West Coast Furniture Good bottom land . with a grove And there was that deep sense of ) : 10 p.m. to 1 p.m. Evening Service 7:30: p.m.

Compl.I.1nl.lo,. for the children to play In, a stream partnership with God . full of MMl' .L LVTHFH I'rajrer Meeting Wtd.7i30p.rn.CHURCH .

tIO (th Avo. ... N. I.., Fl*. with-an ol" Bwimmln hole, and rich promise . frought with challenge. ;) tHTRCH OF X\I'LES!

Charles R. LeBuff soil just begging for the plow. There is such an abundant harvest f II.I. ..\?AMmmnir OF COD
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j Cabinet Shop Now it's ours A great moment. . of blessing and happiness to be Line & Bow one Drin Rev David Lanier ,

potill Ciblnits FurnitureR.p.ir. full of promise . fraught with reaped in life . if A man yearns OTIIER SIDE-ANOTHER: WORLDNew: addition to St. th. :Moorings Sunday School 10 'am.
Antique Reproductions' challenge. for the best, and claims it for his Peter's Basilica in Rome is the 'door of death'a special 1'nM.ir Dr. Hsrland I). Fame Morning Worship 11 a.m.

M Bah St. ... Ml HSU Sort of like that moment a few own. and is ready to put his hand entrance for funeral processions. Fifteen years in the maltIng > Sunday School t am. r'vanircllstlc: Service 7:30 p.m.

Gibbs when Peg and I became to the plow. by sculptor Glacomo Manzu. the massive bronze panels Church j Service 10:30 a.m. Tuisdav Prayer :Meeting
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bear raised figures s> mbohc of the passing uf man. in both 7:30: p.m.
a Miwnry Contrietor members of the congregation. Before
Plutorlni the liturgical and literal sense. FIRST BM'THI CHURCHOF Thursday YPE 7:30: p.m.lnRGLA' .
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Matthew Luke Luke Roman. 1 Corinthians ll Corinthians Galatians WEDNESDAY Training Union 7 p.m.
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1" ADMISSIONS Fall Fashion Is Knee-High ] ,,'er t : ip aew t

7-20 -Harold Wpllams. Del-
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Bow Line. phle Little. Harlene Chambers. cw5 non i a
Lewis Lederer.. ) I

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7-22-';Robert Nocltl. Clem- By RAE WEAR
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By JJOUIK role Hamm Charlie Howell.723Joyce --- --, -:- .. '.a.wvprI .7 .. w '-;'waIIrIM '
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Barnhin Alta- ay L. Bellendorf: has returned day dinner honoring Carle Mid-
It's been ages since I have We had a nice surprise last grads Flanagan Willie Green 'o his hume here on the South dleton. with Felix Dyckhoff as

seen an old-fashioned"Bumble- week when Mrs. RJ3. Maxine) Ralph Turner William Cook tit tti" l Trail His daughter Mr*. Jean the host. Many well wisher

bee." He Is outside the window Born and daughter Ellen dread Ruby Young. 4, ,, McNelll, came with him from called to extend greetings.
feeding on the Pentls blossoms. down from Leesburg to stay fora 7-24-'Lemyra Godsland Sandra Layton Utah, and will remain From Hartford City, IndM last
He has a huge yellow butterfly couple of days with us. Maxine Kirkland, Robin Rfley Henry indefinitely' Saturday came Mr. and Mrs.

as a guest and I notice that Is formerly of Naples and Ellen Lowe. i.t' : $1rlJ4gat The monthly meeting of the Arlan Bennett and their daughters
of the three colors they both who Is now Mrs. Tom Steagall 7-25-Marle Smallwood.Marjorie board of directors of the Bonita Kim and Kelley. and son

prefer the red ones could it be of Henderson N.C., graduatedfrom File, James Lowe William springs Free Public Library was Robert to spend a couple of weeks
the nectar In those Is more potent Naples High before goingto Ruffln. Elizabeth Seeley Jack held Monday afternoon In the li- visiting with his mother Mrs. .

? Oh dear--a sudden hard Gainesville University. It Knight, Ronald Staker. brary. Many Important matters Ethel Bennett! on Washington ,
shower has chased them into hid was a bit awkward as 1 teas work- 1-26-Patricia Mlljer Irma were discussed and adopted, the Street
Ing for which I don't blame themas ing but I solved the problemby Bucklln Marlon Smith. first of which was a new state From Jacksonville we hear

1 imagine those big raindrops telling them about what we would\ 7-27-John HamiltonDr.Curt charter recorded in Tallahassee from Mrs E.A Lyons,who along
would feel like a sledge ham- 11 ke for dinner and what time ye Kayser Martha Moo re r, Mayme on June 23rd, and then the with her family had been a Bo

mer to them. liked to eat. It worked out beau- Potter new set of by-laws to conform nitaresidentformany years until
Kind of miss being at the tifully as it kept them from being > with the charter. about a month ago. She this
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Yarn & Gift Shop. Got to say lonely until I got home Na- DISCHARGES Book donations were acknowledged past week was released from
"Howdy" to lots of folks I had rurally helped with the' dishes 72011155 Wlghtman Nell with thanks from Mesdames Jacksonville Memorial Hospital
not seen in quite a while and I Why I even let Maxine ride Beehner A J?.Johnson, Margarita Peuy Gnat Helen Chapman after undergoing major surgery

always did like P.O. work. One my bike. No fooling we really Cervantes and baby boy Dolores ,ft ic6 ,NOSJ 'and the John there. She Is now recupera-
thing I never would have believed enjoyed seeing them and hope to Molter and baby girl. t > Vikings; also an)' electric windowfan ting at her home 2605 Jewel
was how much that station get up to visit them this fall -21-Kay Larsop, Betty from Don and! Mary Cranium*. Road Jacksonvlle Ib, where

seems to mean to the people in on our way to the mountains. Henry. I" The building and.g rounds committee she would be happy to hear
the north end of town. 1 told Speaking of surprise visits 1-22--'Ha rold Williams..Har reported that the roof Job from her many friends. She
Ken it seemed like I did as Mac and Toby Llnvllle of Naples lene Chambers and baby girl. had been completed with inspection sends best wishes to all, espec-i,
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much or more than 1 did at the Land Yacht Harbor are enjoyinga before, during and after. tally her former nursery
old P.O. on Third Street when two weeks visit from their Lamb 1-21--S.oora Fashion Is going dotty this fall. Stepping onto campuses Mill be knee-highs, brightly The circulation! for the monthof kindergarten students She and'
he first was P.M. there and only daughter Mrs. Rolland B.Smith, 'Kirkland Del- spattered with dUne-sized dots (left). The perfect partner to skirts or Bermudas, these June was 783. her family hope to return next
had four or five working with with sons Billie and. Mack, all phla Little. Lily Snead, Martin socks are In a not too-bulky combination of orlon. dacron and n}Ion. Another footnote to Glenn J, Llles was appointed year to remain here permanent-
him and we knew everybody In the way from Montevldlo Uru Nebus Willie Green. the air of casual dress Is the ankle.high boot of Meld fleece, held snugly to the feet witha resident ,agent for the library. ly.
town "even their kinfolk.! Oh guay. The children are on a win 7-, William Keeling Margaret belting of leather oter the ankle. St'hool.bound lasses who know their fashion primer Following special session
well, you can't have it all, but ter vacation from school 4s this Combs.HughG ram,Robert will come out for the wildly patterned over.the.knee socks (right). Jumbo mosaic blocks last week will) the fact finding

growing pains often hurt. Is winter downthere.Mrs.Scm"thtook Nocltl Lemyra qodsland.126Charllelliowell.lames. march smartly up each side of the leg. committee f f0f proposed coun- Advanced CourseIn

A big "thank you" to the C.C. the boys to the World fair 1 ty library system, It was voted First Aid Will
News for all the help. When also to Washington DoC.. before Lowe Clemmie Hamm, Henry CARD OF THANKSThe that the commissioners be notified

and If 1 have to pay my bet. coming here. She said she wanted Lowe Altagracla Flanagan, and Superepidemic Of German'Me that we 'would not be a part Ke Given LocallyAn
Instead of a dime 1 will makeIt the boys to see what Americawas baby boy Ronald Staker. Mar- kindness and sympathyof of this system at this time advanced Red Cross train
two nlckles. Before I forgetit like. Would be Interestedto jorle File and baby boy. neighbor and friends of Im On Monday\ August 3, the Bo- ing course in First Aid will Mart
the boys I said were racingon know what their Impressionswere 7-27-Joyce Barnhlll. William mokalee Everglades Fort My. nlta Springs wqinan's club is Invited at 7:30 clock next Wednesday!
the sidewalk last week want wouldn't you? The Smiths Cook Mart Smallwood and baby sles Now Dying Out era and Naples and, especiallythe to the' Mobile Homes Village night at the Richard A. Pith
have girl Hodges Funeral Home and Thomas man Funeral Home, lloyd H1IJJ
me to tell you they were not lived In Uruguay for 17 with Mrs. Peggy
MOTOR but bbard where Mr. Smith Is In the staff Of Naples Community hostess self Collier County Red Cross First
on scooters years '- ATLANTA Ga. (AP) Thesuperepidemtc Millar cautioned that a preg. Hospital, and the Police Department Bring your, your
BIRTHS Aid chairman announced /
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skates or sidewalk surfers. the Export-Import business. Sincerely [ of German mea.ales nant woman who doe contract of Immokalee, tn our bathing, suit and a covered dish It will be to those'who
r-20--Mr. and
Mr Robert morning open
Had more fan mall this this nice will ,. and do arrive between 10:30 and
some hope family which spread gradually German measles should contact recent sorrow, will always remain have already completed the"i.
week-one from Mrs. Ray Rada- enjoy their stay here in Naplesand Chambers baby girl South this spring from New her doctor Immediately. Heart with u* a precious mem 11:00 a.m. Following lunch an standard ot. basic first aid
baugh of CincinnatiOhio. Thanksa will take back to their homeIn 7-23--Mr. and Mrs. John England and then fanned out hearing and cataract malformations . ory. Our amcere and heartfelt afternoon' of ,cards. will be enjoyed course, he said
lot (Katherine. Yes, the story Montevldlo a warm and friendly -, Flanagan Baby boy. across the Rookies, Is on the are the main defects that thank and gratitude for all those Last night marked the end of
about the Rag Doll,Shop; is all message from us., 211Mr.! andfMrs..' Ted wane might occur in babies. comforting acts The "We Care" cancer pad a series of lessons In the stand.
Smaljwood baby jlft. Mr. and And doctors at the Communicable There Is no vaccine at presentfor sewing group held, their: monthly ard First Aid Course given by
true.Another nice letter from Mr FUN, TOO Mrs. Ira File baby boy.121'Mr. Disease Center expect few German meaales- and the Vlrglnfa J.C Davis and Ada Mack get-together this past week in Hill! sponsored,, by him and Rich.

and Mrs. Janda in Flint Mich., Ken and I went to West Palm :and Mrs.' Eldon abnormal births from pregnant center Is not researching vac.tines. Betty Riley and relatives the Woman's Club building with ard A. Pitt man, Twenty persons!

telling me they were all set to Beach over the weekend so miss Miller taby boy. Mr1 and Mrs. mothers measles.who have had German "Research. Is going on eta*.' Sandra and Sieve Kirkland Miss Virginia iv MldJleton as their; took the course.
do a bit of traveling before head- ed out on the Sunday brunch but t Bernard Moore baby girL principlethat Millar said The Clifton Boggeas Family chairman. Several 6f the *a rlous The advanced course will re*,|squire
"It's a well.accepted where however
attendance at the class for :
Ing for Naples Land Yacht Har- we had a very nice trip and although the Infection- of a woman size pads wer made, which are four nights for three hours a
bor to make this their permanent it was for a District P.O. during her first three months of available 1,0 atiyone- who require I night Anyone desiring further
home. Goody) Sent a friendly meeting and luncheon on Sundayat McLauchlin BomarMiss pregnancy results In high abnormalities them--not cancer patients alone',, information! should call either

"hello" to their friends here. the George Washington Hotel, Bunnye McLauchlin,dau. ," says Dr. John Merely contact the chairman. Hill or rittman. I'
See John and Alice Prestonare we combined business with plea- ghter of Mrs Glen Scarf: of Jas. Donald Millar of the survell.fence Many of the regular faithfuls
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back in their lovely water- sure checking in the hotel Saturday per, FJa., and James Ludlow Bo. section of the center a By Sue Glover were on hand along with some
front coach on C Pier evening. Then we wentto mar, of Naples, .bn of Mrs. branch of the U.S. Public MI 3-6077 of their frUndj,Including Mesdames If t bio of ihiHiilaua cornea -
Let's wish, a. happy healthy Mrs. R. G. Higgles home Edg r R. Thomasaon of Clewts. Health Service. Mary land POI! 'Her rick, your way on a hut Bummer day fuse :
birthday to the following/ harbor- (my niece) in time for a picnicon ton and,the late Carson Burke "But the chances will are have most had It's an odd thing but It seems come to the meeting; next Tues Marj) Henley Opal Carrell Anni I and you want l lu save it for lute; ,

ites who are having one In August the patio In honor! \of. their Bomar of Fort Myers were the pregnant German women measles in child the folks who complain the most day night.My Dahlherg. LlJlUn Ferris and wrap tt appropriately anti\! .
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: Les Wise Hilda Valentin. son Dick who had Just returned married in the First. Methodist hood. And the attack rate In about an occasional cold day In brother Mose Albert his Elsie Putnam.' put it in the frn ter It
Paul Boll, Frances Mason Eva from seven years with Navy Med- Church of Jtfptt on July 11. adults Is lower than in children. the winter are the folks whohave wife and children were with us The Bonita SJrtngs Spa was tiny In (ooj< condition' for es flont

Jacksonu'George'Cmttien: ,"Pan) Ical sScc t (qljalyt Ajck'had the The.} t ,younf meln couple Ta4NUtasee.Montana will. make Millar says there Is. no estimate only been living In Florida for aview this week from Miami. They all the scene ibis. wick forthHlnhI cc til months j.
Baldwin and Wytmna Brown. sent his wife Pat back home ;. (. \ as to how many person years. You'd never catch enjoyed so much the relaxed atmosphere ., -
Just happened to think most to have her baby so he saw,his -- ----rr actually were taken ill duringthe me complaining about cold wea- of Naples and the bea -
of them will be at our pot luck son Ricky for the first time. epidemic. ther even If 1 turned blue (but ches. And here's a twitch My
dinner Saturday evening soguess On Sunday AJd. we had a Youth "There have probably been then It never gets that cold here.) llster-ln-law was delighted with
I'll surprise 'em with a nice short visit with Ken's''mother three to four times as many I dislike warm weather so Inten- some of the bargains qhe got in

gift they can all share--like, who is 92 and 'as spry as I.am. President were cases of never German reported measles," Millar which sely that 1 cherish,) each day of our Naples shops More smart

Bubble Gum?? .' I hope to ge get her and New .. aid. winter. What brought on this people should come over to Naples -
brine her back for a visit before "We get patterns and trends talk of winter In the. midst of to do their shopping. We

Candler Brooks too long. During our luncheon '; kOf Key :Clubbers but never 100 per cent reported summer? Yesterday 1 overheard plan to leave Naples tonight and 4 t, 4lac. ,
I was talking to a cou- cases a* we do say in polio. a young fellow employee who drive over to Miami to attend
Returns Home ple of lady postmasters. We Brad Fi Anderson, a, memberof "German measles, or rubella, formerly lived in Kansas complaining the wedding of my sister Seems
were discussing various and sundry the Key Club of Billing West occur every year as an epldem. about the alr-condft Ion- like there's been a lot of weddingsIn
Candler of the A.Bank Brooks of Naples,vlce.presl.dent was ways to lose some weight. High School Billings,. Montana ic In some localities. But this Ing being too cold.' He said rather our family this summer This
returned to his home at 2425 while finishing up our "apple was elected president of KeyClub' year It's been a superepldernlc', vehemently ", came to will be the third.HARMONY. ,r
International for the com.: a massive, sweeping one, "
Lantern Lane yesterday by a pie. Very interesting. Florida to sweat a little
ing school year, a* a high pointof spreading slowly but patterned
Richard A. Pittman ambulance Cecile and Theron Ridge were- Fairs have ever been the delight SHORES
the orgaaizatlpn'i 21 at annual almost like an Influenza epldem. .1
from Miami. over last night to play some International Convention In Dal. ic." of small boys and one young Mr. arid Mrs. Clifford Cowing 1
Brooks has been a patient In "Pennies from Heaven" before' las, Tex., early )his. month.' Millar said nationwide epidemics resident of Naples is more than of Harmony Shores took their
the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital leaving to visit friends and relatives usually occur about ev. delighted at the opportunity to attend share ofprlzes In the recent fish-
there for nearly three weeks in Wisconsin. They wlU; Anderson, 17. will be a sen. cry five to six years. The last the big one. Clark Walker ing tournament. Mr. Cowing received -
this fall.
be back the latter pan of August.They lor ,at Bi111rtgaWest( major one occurred about eight age 8, left Naples this morningand a bait bucket for the big t

Invited us to go along and. Information 'onlth/ election year ago. drove with his parentS to snook that he caught In Gordon 41'/
Cadets Living if Ken had been able to get away canroto Brandt Watson, presl. A rise in reported cases was Fort Myeri where he will boardan Pass, a first prize a Penn Reel
we would have been In that backseat dent' e Naples Kiwanis Club first noted in the Northeast witha airplane all by himself to fly for a jewfish he caught and a V
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come this morning as we Tne Kbvinls Club sponsdrsthe spread' down the Eastern to New York to attend the World' quick spinning reel which was a
Like US AirmenTYNDALL have never been 'In that pan of, Key club of the Naples Sen. board end on to the West Coast Coast.How.ver. Fair. Clark who lives with his special award for the 28 pound
t, the West reported
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AFB Florida-The the country. lor High only the usual Incidence parents at, 1100 \Holiday Lane InBrookside. cobla which he caught. Mrs.

second contingent of 250 Florida Speaking of driving around the Among ,the 2.100 youngsters t>f rubella. received the Invitation Gowing, Kaye,was a second prizewinner
Civil Air Patrol cadet and senior U.s..l wit confess another of my from the United Slate. and Can. The peak was reached in and plane ticket from his for the S pound jounce
members are now living the life secret ambitions. As you're ada in aUen.lance at the Dallas April and May. aunt, Mr. George Koskl New mangrove snapper she caught
of a United States Air Force air. driving back from Miami along convention warp Richard Wood. "We've not been notified of York. She will meet Clark at She received a Sportsman Elec-
man by spending two weeks at the Trail as the sun is setting ruff president-elect .and Billy any deaths," said Millar "but the airport in New York and show tric Lantern The Cow Ings are R r
this VSAF training center. there are two spots of acres and Bryan a\\ vtce-presldent.elect of there are bound to have been him around the blg.city. year-round residents Harmony ,aJ ,
The cadets get a chance to acres ofyellow-g reen grass with the ;focal Key Chub some." Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grant re- Shores having settled here following '

fly In Jet aircraft with go on the the air.rl. one or two small hammocks of celved a visit from Mary's bro his retirement from the NEW USE Kill) THE LASER: BEAM That handy scientific

fie range work In study supply and equip tall palms in the distance. Jj d e ; rl.I ABeefsteak' ther Jesse Harris hs wife and Air Force four years ago. They device, t the later beam, Is now being used to treat eye de (i
men, q
fects jr, Milton Mocks Palo Alto Calif. ophthalmologist
ment depot., operate communication I have often parked for a while children Mary Coleen Mark and were then 11vlng in Denver and ,
radios In ground-to-air to watch the of the Timothy. The Harrises for- took a world wide tour before is preparing to aini a ruby laser at the patient eye. The
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sun
rays Instrument tires bursts of light of short duration I
aircraft merly of Clewlston. have been powerful
operation., study power cast a copper haze over the wav ( selecting Naples as jhe most
plants and learn control tower living In Dothan Ala. The Har- ideal place to retire The Cow- which passes through the transparent tissue and liquid. The
procedure.The I ing can grass see and a Bengal it seems tiger though stalk- Noveltyby rises came from Dothan to visit ings said they chose Naples because laser retina beam to prevent is also( detachment used to spot! weld" hole and tears In the

encampments are offered with relatives InNaplesandCle- of the friendly atmosphereand
each year to teenage cadets who of Ing lions some water buffalo.oriprtde under those Gaynor Maddox wlston before leaving on the long Ideal climate ,a
sleeping
have passed two achievements In make the ry 'y 1 Newspaper Enterprise Ann. Journey to Santa Barbara, Calf I I I 1 I I I
of Then to pic-
their CAP squadron program palms. where ?
they plan to live.
aerospace education.Three more ture Complete a huge elephant y m Some charcoal-broiled steak lovers like to \ S -rs
encampments will be held duringthe stands with his trunk full of spread a thick paste of rock salt and water Yesterday Mrs.C.L.McLendorof 2 !
summer vacation allowing dried grass dusting himself off. over the steak before grilling It. Clewlst n. aunt of Dill Grant ui 4 u Acre Aene Loris Acrea Aires
1,250 cadets and 150 adult, came to Naples to visit
Sooo-it's a farfetched Marion Clyde McCarroll the cookbook
CAF'er to participate. nutty Aiaoaox Mrs. Dannie Keeling the for
dream but If 1 had the money author give tll.ese' Instructions for Salted met Marilyn Bryan COMectl--
and ,could buy those two plots Beefsteak Her ecrjpe for Pork Chops with Apples and Vegetables cut Avenue left this week to
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Driving Drunk of our beautiful Everglades, 1 is another? .uggeUonfor;( good outdoor eating Join her husband Dannie who is ,

would bring some of those animals SALTED BEEFSTEAK with the Navy In Norfolk : t Ry Any Yardstick( -
Charge Placed over here and turn them (serves 6)) Mabel Heebner of Connecticut ,

loose and furthermore no one' 6-Ib. hip or sirloin steak 5.Ib bag rock salt Avenue writes that she is presently -
Following Crash would EVER be able to hunt them at least 2 Inches thick Is lb. butter in Connecticut has atende3 CONCEPT /
UNIQUE
Hearld Lewis Hoover 23, of so there I Make a thick past of rock salt and water and coat steak the. World Fir* and plansto A

1124 Ridge Avenue,was charged Let's get back In the car and I Inch thick all over. Grill over hot coals, turning once Allow be hack, fa Naples sometime ,
with careless driving and drlv. take one more short ride this 30( minutes for fare steak When done, break off crust with in August
Ing while intoxicated< followingan one for fun, shall we? Now we hammer Dot with butter and slice into serving pieces Pass .
accident at 1:52 o'clock this are in Fort Myers heading,for the salt and pepper, as the steak won't be salty. KEY MEETINGAll tkatt tfet
morning. Naples. We CO/T1e'tO that lovelynew Another; barbecue menu\: Pork chop with apples and vegetable of you folks In East Naples -

According to police report. bridge and are on a 4-lane coffee butter" rolls, strawberry sundaes, vanilla cookies, hot who have questions about OBI Acre lake Front and Farm Estate Lots

Hoover who was driving a car street going under that bridge. when you will have city water
belonging to Terry L. Strick. So far so good but we notice a PORK. CHOPS WITH APPLES AND VEGETABLESserves how much It will cost, why it for( Sale! in Suburban Pine RlJgoPineRidqe

land, had been parked east of sign saying. KEEP RIGHT but ( 6)) doesn't run down your street and
Third Street on Broad Avenue to get to Naples we have to ( thick pork chops lli cup water othe; can find the answers by
South, and then crossed Third KEEP LEFT? my only adviceIn 6 thick apple slices Salt attending the regular monthly R
Street on the left aide and start. this predicament Is shut 6 potatoes, pared and Pepper meeting of the East Naples Civic
to make a turn running overa your sliced ',i butter
tJ< cup Association Tuesday August 4,
left and If don't
eyes turn you ?
Third Street and .
curbing on 11b. Frenched string beans
hear or feel anything unusual at 7t30: p.rn. In the cafetorlufli
hitting a drain pipe. Damageto six 10-inch squares aluminum foil. Place
a pork
Ready
of the Shadowlawn School. This
it made and should -
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the car was estimated at 300.' you've got chop 'in renter of each square, Top chop with apple(Slice Is and the capable BXTBMdOM *Jr '.
arrive home safe I 1 organization
your
say that he then left the and .
police
Arrange potato slices and bean around chop.. Sprinkle each fo (NEA Telephoto)
leaders always attempt
scene and drove to Broad Ave.nue sound. with 1 teaspoon water, and salt and pepper.. Wrap foil around Collier Development Corp. t
South, and Second Street Before leaving you for jhi schedule speakers who can answer NEW RESIDENCE Mn. Created by
food securely, sealing edges tightly. Place package on hot
where he stopped. week I have another questions whatever questions residents Jacqueline Kennedy has purchased Yaplei., :'flordis
coals and bake for 10 minute Turn over and cook 10 minutes this Phone MI 1-2131 110) Tamlaml Trail
Officer C. E. Jones made the What did the RED LIGHT say to more,'or until pork I It thoroughly done all through Unwrap of the area may haye. So If an apartment in in :
investigation for the Police De. the GREEN LIGHT??? 1 wonder packages, dot each chop with' butter, and place on you have questions concerning building on Fifth Avenue M MI ova race I.AUOIHarbor \ ?
partment. where the YELLOW wenI picaic plate. with vegetables and buttered roll. the area bring them along and New York City,
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J ::; '. : : Io-JI'\ RAY CROMLEY

FRIDAY. JULY 31. 1964 ?, r: .- Washington Correspondent

':JfW' '. ," '"! Newspaper Enterprise Aisn.

The Decision Has Been MadeThe .k / :;

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. 1, I WASHINGTON (IN E A) Despite Khrushchev recent '
Naples Mosquito Control Board reach of ground fogging machines. < ". chest thumping U.S. government Soviet analysts have quietly r
that the Soviet Union 1 I. not
t the White House pR
yesterday made the decision to purchasean Since there will always be mosquitoesin (/ .. likely assured to take on any major adventures in the ticklish months Inl

airplane and do Its own aerial fogging this area, due to its nearness to the M between now and election day.

or spraying, whichever method Is Everglades and coastal marshes, it seems .rr ; -t Says one expert privately. "We're convinced! Khrushchev's ab
until after Noember an
found to be most effective, Instead of probable that this and nearby counties .;'. even going" to go easy on the Cuba situation .t<
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renting a plane from nearby counties will find aerial fogging necessary to control : These men who specialize In predicting what Khrushchev

that already have planes equipped for them. In view of this, one wondersif .ti .: will do next: expect him to hedge and haw In SoutheasternAsia fo)

the work. several counties could not work out an T\: but end up doing nothing for now. Says one: "Hellkeep mr
of South Viet Nam.
telling!! the United States to get out in,
We have not the slightest doubt that agreement to participate In ownershipof But we think he'd be somewhat embarrassed If we did get ho

members of the mostquito board made one plane that could be used In ro- out. It would be too much of a gain for Red China. He wants

their decision only after exhaustive study tation by its owners. The cost of maintenance things!! kept balanced In Mos with neither side winning."
in Berlin or the Middle East.
Little action is expected
which conclusively proved that buyingand loading facilities, pilot's fees,

equipping a plane is more economical etc., could then be split among the districts THMIE/ ARE SIGNS: State Department men claim, that

than leasing. We are personally Involved. After all, each countycan Khrushchev is worried and that he would like to influencethe
election. But he had his fingers burned
acquainted with each member of the utilize a plane for only a few hours back U in S 1952 presidential when Adlai Stevenson ran against Gen. Dwight

board and well know that they are each year. The remainder of the time D. Eisenhower. Bulganin spoke out for Stevenson. The

tackling a pesky problem, involving the aircraft stands Idle. This can not be praise boomeran ed helped the Eisenhower campaign.
cold during the elec.
hotter war
Lxyi A Khrushchev-instigated
variables with the comfort and called economical.Due .
many tion campaign would bring demands from the U.S. public
pocketbooks of mosquito control district to the increased size of the local L . for a stronger policy against the Soviet Union. It would be

taxpayers always in mind. For their many mosquito control district, the budget has impossible for either candidate to take any stand that appeared

hours of work they receive no salary. been increased to $192,985 for the com soft. for
This puts Khrushchev on the spot now.
They deserve commendation and praisefor ing year a lump of approximately Thing may not heat up much after the election. U.S. anal ea eti

their civicmindedness.The $89,000.Lee >iU think Khrushchev must do something about Cuba because ash
it I Is becoming too much of an economic drain.
board has tested aerial foggingIn County, of course, has an even For international political reasons the Soviet Union can't he ca

the area using a two-engine plane larger budget. But assuming that Lee, just walk out and leave Cuba. Khrushchev's problem is to

leased from Lee County. The cost was Collier and Charlotte Counties all averaged find a solution that will embarrass the United States. I
U.S. diplomats think Khrushchev has plans in mind for pit
40 cents an acre, but that figure Included budgets of $150,000 per year for splitting President Charles de Gaulle of France and the ins

chemicals, the pilot's fee, whatever Insurance mosquito control. That would bring in United States farther apart.

is necessary and the main approximately one-half million dollarsfor ;j '. ....... .... . ... '., They expect Khrushchev sooner or later to find some ec'
:r--: ;: ::::..: : .:' ,;1" formula for meddling with greater vigor in South Viet Nam. Ifl
tenance and upkeep of the plane, as the battle against mosquitoes along _:.= : = ; : an

well as hangar fees. It was reported that approximately 50 miles of coastline, or ; THE: ANALYSTS EXPECT: these Khrushchev plots to be J

Lee County realized a profit of $700 per about $10,000 per mile.If troublesome They don't expect them to lead to crises com- Separable ml

trip on the rental, which seems a bit the three counties could reach .1. t'eople: The to the Cuban missile showdown the Berlin Wall W|
World Today build.up. the Berlin airlift or to the Korean War. tn.
steep.The some agreement to purchase one plane, 'in thB As they see It, Khrushchev is faced with greater shortages v>-
board has determined that this use one pilot, split maintenance costs, r By JAMES MARLOWE at home. Soviet productivity is increasing at a slower rate ifc;

cost can be trimmed considerably throughuse and pool their purchases of chemicalsit 1 'news Au.cUt.d Pr.. N.wi Analyst Manufacturing and agriculture are not meeting their goals. "
The Russian military is protesting the cutbacks in military ;
of its own plane. What the cost per Is reasonable to believe that taxpayersin .- WASHINGTON (AP) The duced after arriving In the Sen manpower The Kremlin is in the midst of a quiet strong sP
will be under the method of the three districts could be saved suit President Johnson tailoredfor
acre new quite By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ate in 1949\ was one to provide, power struggle in the ruling Presidium. fly
operating has not, to the best of our a bit of money WASHINGTON (AP) Lud his vice presidential running hospital care for the elderly Russia Is continuing In strengthen Itself but It's running 181|
Johnson, the President' 17. mate, although he hasn't named through Social Security. He of. into administrative problems Khrushchev Is finding hard to to
been have Whether such effort
knowledge We Is
spelled out. a cooperative his choice yet, would fit Sen. I sir'
with
year-old daughter, will oaks fered 1In each succeeding Con. cope
heard mentioned a cost of 29 cents per possible we don't know. Perhaps campaign appearance at three Hubert H. Humphrey of Mlnne. grew until this became a major As one U S. official puts it: "Even without the election, CI

acre. there Is some legal reason why It wouldnot barbecues given by Young Cltl. sofa very!BS.year-old neatly.The Humphreyhad program, still unrealized, of the it's unlikely Khrushchev would do anything now to stir up
tens for Johnson In California Kennedy and Johnson admlnls. a crisis." hit
It announced that the be Otherwise
was yesterday possible. it seems and Wisconsin next month. been mentioned, along with tratlons. 110
district's certain that It would have been tried. other, a* a vice presidential WI
prob.
new twin-engine plane Lucl, getting an early starton And no one enjoys public BARBS QUICK
two
But QUIZ
possibility. by succes.
ably can not be put Into service this But if it has not been attempted, may the campaign swing, has sivt actions Thursday Johnson service more than the bouncy,

year, since several steps must be taken we respectfully suggest to the Naples scheduled two weekend trip on seemed to narrow the choice energetic, and practically Imle. BYIIALCOCHRAN
days when she Is free from her fatigable Humphrey, a friendlyman Where is Gullah ho
0
before such a purchase is legal. Mean Mosquito Board that it look Into the possibility summer job a* an optometrist' down At a pretty news close conference to Humphrey.Johnson well liked by his fellow Sometimes giving and lending , ?- spoken

while, it is to be assumed that some during the several months that aide. listed the qualifications for a senators cost you the same. A-Gullah is a dialect spoken ca
aerial with leased before The schedule, a* announcedby vie And Johnson added this: on the South Carolina islands
fogging equipmentwill must pass the board can purchaseits the Whit House presidential candidate to "I would w,
Wednesday: like for (the vice,
be named by the Democratic So old repeats on oft the Atlantic Coast
be necessary in areas beyond the own plane Loa Angel, Saturday, Aug. 8; president) to be attractive, prudent many IU''
A
San Francisco. Sunday. Auc. fe convention late In August.- He and progressive." television finally/ have predominantly Negro population tri,
[ Milwaukee., Saturday;-Aug..-15: said he should be a "man that Humphrey's supporters given us pleasure in turn- of nearly pure African Uv
par.
is descent still inhabits
experienced In foreign rela. mil[ to the commercials.
ticularly liberals
tlons and domestic affairs." would say he thesoklands.) .-. .
:others Humphrey, with 15 years in filled those requirements. And ;. :,.:. I

say'.r. ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS MEXICO CITY (AP-Cuban the Senate, Is experienced In Johnson like him added to be this who"I would Q-How long does a box
one
would
Prime Minister Fidel Castro' both fields. work turtle live?
i 1f defecting sister, Juanita, has He has been a very active Congress cooperatively and with the with Cabinet the I lrl A-The common box turtle,

been granted political asylum In member of the Foreign Rela. and with the President. I would Terrapene Carolina, not Infrequently tI
,! Mexico.A tion Committee since 1953; has expect him to be one that would lives for over a al
spokesman for the Interior traveled Europe and Latin meet with overwhelming If you always want the half century, and possibly JI
4ry
Ministry said paper granting tervlew America; had an elght.hour In. proval of the delegates." ap. truth 1 latin's, don't ask your reaches a maximum of 123 p
asylum were completed with Premier Khrush. 0
The sentiment of the delegates husband so questions. years.
many
Wednesday. chv in 1958\ and gave one of the
under the
Miss Castro, 31, who arrived first, if not the first, InsightsInto convention, Is Impossible stress of the to :' '''.$:'tP*: 'i..iH !*!j IId
In Mexico City from Havana the Russlan.Chlnese split predict. But
t June 20, requested asylum last that I. now wide open; in 1957 soclated Press Thursday The As.
made
t Monday night suggested the possibility of an poll of the delegates public a -O
on their
Shortly after her arrival la Amerlcan.Russlan nuclear test vice presidential preference [I N
ban treaty which the It ,
Mexico City, she said on a tele Senate showed Humphrey the c
vision made a reality In 1963 and No. 1
program that she defect. ; was choice, and f
Atty. Cen.
ed from her brother's Commu. one of the originators of the idea F. Robert
t Kennedy No. 2.Humphrey ,
I, nist regime because It had be. of a Peace Corps which becamea > Remarks todecfjau
i trayed the revolution. fact under President Kennedy. worked extremelywell
In domestic affairs with President Kennedy,
Humphrey
has fathered or supported many who knocked him out of the 1960 < Pey, 1 1A

pieces of legislation but perhapshis presidential race by beating LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)- most memorable achieve. him In the primaries that year, :

Dorothy Johnson, 19, of Poca. ment was as the principal manager and has worked extremely well + Several NEWS carrier
tello, Idaho, the only Negro In of Johnson's civil rights with Johnson. The two men are boys are
the Miss USA beauty contest, bill which Congress passed this friends. on vacation Just now and some of the
said Wednesday month. lads who are
for
subbing them occas-
They have been since both of
"At home, there's no such Johnson further said
: "I ionally miss
them came to the Senate in a subscriber but not
thing as segregation. We would like
A are for him (the vice
1rh. treated equally. I've never presidential candidate) to be a 1949. Humphrey says it was. deliberately, of course. :
Johnson and the late Sen. Walter
thought about being treated man of the people who felt a Democrat Subscribers who happen to get
otherwise. compassionate George, Georgia b
;\ Miss Johnson did not place in welfare and who concern enjoyed for public their who got him on the Senate For. missed should cell MI. 2-2107 and report I''

the contest finals Wednesday service and was dedicated to sign Relations Committee In the fact. Otherwise Circulation 1
1953.\ He's been there
st." since. Director
night David Hernanson
y has no way
Humphrey and Johnson worked .
The
r first bill Humphrey Intro. of
together getting this year'scivil knowing about the oversight w
------- f
PAR CASA rights bill through, But don't be surprised if when a

EBmm7l1PAC I I oRTS At his news conference Thurs. you call you are asked if there are ''

ARIS IRI"TEN.I1IAPID day Johnson also mentioned one any dogs in
more qualification but later your neighborhood. It p
ACROSS 27. Candlra NET. I watered it down. He said "I would truly surprise people to know a,
MAN 0 R A K f.
t. Perfumed
29. Imagine think he should be a man that Is how many times
hair oil .. PAL. Dos E a friendly dog is responsible -
31 b
Sherry well received In all the states of
7 Indian 32.: Crate v I E 5. N t wmdln ... the union among all our peo. for missed papers and n,
.ChrUUm tcUnet' Monliofllorire 33. Dllea.c CAN A S TER C A L ple." not the carrier. t

!ll'i happened! Sbe't a" Itched from Bcat' s to Bichr U. Ascended rye CAM. t. A R. POI. V It's doubtful Humphrey, ardent The cartoon below /gives Just
13. Rrvokca 3S. r.dgc L I A R. POL
t 11 I C champion of civil rights, one
legacy 37. Wand LET o. E L U 5 I II E would be well received In the example of what can, and really
Yoke Of Discipline 14. lead ore 38. Holland A D E n D I 4 C t f. South. Johnson had second does happen on many occasions. So
U. Billiard
stroke commune Permitted thoughts and said "I don't think don't bA flabbergasted if someone
41. SOLUTION 0' YESTEIIDAY'S that that I ever "heard down
'UZZU anyone
This is the time that rome high cannot be any sort of society without 16. !louse n. Laundered mentioned would be perfect! here, and in all seriousness,

ix-houl: student* who hilt: ? not done discipline: of one sort or another 17.wing\\,\\' 11 U. Refreshing 2. Spoken 7 River received everywhere." asks what may seem like a silly as
S.
\\elllllal11lunl.i1l1C oi dropping" It I I" e\ crr.\ n hel'e. The traffic light area 46.air 8d1urd Factory barrier Later in the day Johnson all get out question about dogs.OI11H .
4. Pm 8. Afr wild called
Gym I newsmen together again
out. The summer! tub with I the extrn and the theater queue are simple ex. 19. Douse 47. Strained mother sheep and said it would not do for him

t money and the illusion of liberty it ample< of obedience to rules that 20.cthc 48. So\'t\'dI o 5. Refute 9. P"dltc1emfnl \' to recommend any member of THE 0 E TOWN s-sa' d
ty
provides, I U a powerful permiader.Dy make life simpler. Home routines, 22. Subside DOWN 6. Crowing; 10., inhale his Cabinet, or anyone who '
11 Aicepaste meets regularly with the Cabi-
contrast \\ iih the familiar .ili-- li"" ever loose and informal they :24. Forest tree I. Bellhop out 18. Canadian net, ,for second place on the AF F!

ciplines of school, job di ciplme* do may, be. are in their way -forms I l. J 1 S" r I' ,a" province abbr. : Democratic ticket. -
The (fail of This eliminated Robert Ken.
not seem at all irUonie. diviphne."
20. Kara nedy. But it also In one !stroke
that they will not always br so anti Complete conformity would d 'J 21 Scamp, eliminated others who had been fewrr'

that it is novelty thai make! them "build a nation of followers with no 14 IS cvpress mentioned, like Defense Sec re.Ury MMPS
23:Curs rd !ItI' .
appear light' i It apt to be over- one to lead Individualists are need' \ Robert S. McN'sman.
11 I' I' Adlal E. Stevenson, U.S. amba.
looked.At ed. but it nation of individualists! r : 2l. Relative Hador to the United !Nations\ and

I recent and informal, meetIng 110,.. only reason for claiming uni ; ;; 10 II l& It 2S. Honor Sargent Shriver, K nnedbroth.rln.law \ \
/ 26.
of high school guidance toun>e- queue ua a dislike of simple discipline Ilf Ii t1. 0117 1. 28. FoIl'orllc Dlniouary the Peace Corp and, director 01

lors, the main topic conversation : would lead to nothing but a----- 'l'-: 30. Stray Anything, of course, roul
van dropout Ihjrh on (he li't ,If IlIal'lhThe: best form of discipline 34.: Furze happen at the convention whir I. A 4
36 '
reasons given (for tll'lpnUI.18' it V- I i- that which I I" imposed on self Jl ; IJJ 4 38. Old Brooches I llal.JS choice is free and to pick reject vice Johnson v

And the first is to obey thei //. / r/ house any presi.
cipline.It step dentlal candidate It pleases, in.
"
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3' .
seems a )pity' I that t helt! voting i idea art the society in which we live. : _ 39.horned Solid. eluding Kennedy
r-I un
people cannot ad.iu*' thenvche! todlacipline. An old and now rarely heard 41 [ Iliiale4S newsmen Johnson's against aides Interpretinghis cautioned

In these! date it i is not maxim i- : "lie v ho would command 14' 40.1'ona4L: ; statement as opening the

nearly! *o harsh and unit! 111 pat lip! If imi
as it was only :20 years ago There \alid. and there are no short cuts. 41 141 ntuundfar ; But It seems that Humphrey Wltfi1011r4ND
fills many of the qualifications
K.y Wttt Citizen tone 2/sin. .. N..__..... 44. Small deemed necessan by Johnson.

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Dark Paneling Can Give '

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people make bad use ol wall paneling) II
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sin' ulJn't be put up as an afterthought ciiI' i\in

SCREEN time REPAIRSBy thing used in the room conforms to n. 1 1. ighi pnu 'nc. I.
thia the Itx-Iened HOME & GARDENFriday
critter In our town have found more difficult to work with than dark r.U1l'III1 \\11.1\: \

every hole In every creen Us has a built-in warmth that given a head Mart 111> e.1ah\ i !

time for thus quick screen repairs hshing cotinea.*.

which we missed at Spring A reader asks whether darks waa applied It shrunk "I i 1 "r ', .,,1
time.
installation
July 81. 1964 COLLIFR COUNTY NT\\S i wood paneling would look depressing about an Inch. *hen I .uh ,ui dial
Screening material it .
available
wide in a amall room. It all I &houl dn'I have to pa\ I 't the
In a variety of meshes
and color at any hardware depend on what othat fumiah- job and they should! miutKreimburse '\ '

itor. Animals And Plants mgs are used in the room and me for the burUp, \ilu\

Expert at the Thor Center whit colas are used* argue that I should hale told

for Better riving have found "Don't forget to water the plants'!" may be last- One or two wells of dark wood them how to hang the material.. .

most hole can be plugged! by minute advice to future space travellers, who will to lends a coty aort of mellowness Ia there anything I can do lo .. ZO 9 -:- '1I'

imply weaving new screening carrying plants somewhere in the ship to manufacture even to a smell room, especiallyif patch this up"' They refuse to tlnasc/ rtnaact 1
Into the area surrounding the there ta a fireplace. Dark wood make u good, s ,
oxygen for them to brenthe well supply minor
as as a
hole. some bright touches but Bui lap must be applied with "
part of their food. On earth, because trees and shrubsare require even this can be dark warn reda special adhesive and these new : : ?2 o :I 1 r.trsaaw ,

so common, short-sighted humans are apt to forget and uaed in and wall '
gold papera coverings are so new many ........ ,.
their importance. Without them, however, man painia. These color can enrich paper hangars haven't encountered I . ;NINE R0wi 'J RV 9EDROOM 1 ti
r could not survive. Nor would there be birds and other the wood in a fashion that gives them. Direct lone for hang- "/CRNEO PORCH ee r I'I a ti fd vv ean' '" sei ,lay -'S' iit
a pr
animals. Trees, shrubs and grasses absorb carbon dioxide the entire room a delightful atmosphere last fabrics should come from I .ae'a le /MW 'k FIMIIY AWM

breathed out by animals: and convert it to oxygen tores which: sell the fabric, to "irn'0 f e Ye.rr
for them to breathe. Vivid color Turquoiae,, be on the safe aide
orange and hot pink tan liven up You could use a braid the caw
Nurserymen supply the plants which can bear lovely
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dark wood alao, but this la another width required in the same color c' c c
flowers, delicious fruits and pleasing foliages at the c
,
kind of look, and may call a* the \burlap for an interesting
same time they are producing oxygen. for a different kind of deooraung. and different, effect. It may' be TwO CAR 6/RAGE( c c N N

Love of plants runs through the whole human race. It depends on the look you wantto applied easily with adhesive I it c roe 11- n

Even delinquents in cities tend to treat trees and achieve in the total room, and I LIVING Rtra( ,OrEa nfOsirxsu 1 t BOROOM I

shrubs with respect. Beautiful plantings of chrysan- the furnishings that are uaed. Should .paintings be bought ) IC ." h''hI t O.'I' t a aril '

themums in the center of New York City for example, One dreadful affect that la the with the idea of matching themto I I I r C t '.
Il.rpar a
In many cases the puncturecan remained untouched, even though unguarded. result of light paneling in the houses and furniture* That'sa j ok.\-' I '. .
be repaired by \ ia that it can never qtierv from homemaker. nr.nr '
using In many areas, we find plants beautifying offices and living area one a t I cNCSvJM
strand which have only been industrial aiaiat in giving the room a lift. "Mhuaband has acquired a .. _.... ,
shoved out of position. A pencilcan and institutional sites as well as homes. For Thia ia especially true when couple ol Art Nouveau pictures ; wmaar -
do some constructive work as our cities grow so must grow of . J : '
blonde furniture u uaed with! it that don't do a thing for our -- . . (
here.For natural beauty. Workers prefer beautifully planted or very light uphoUtery. People living room except look peculiar,

have more to serious Install repairsyou'll factories. attracted: to light paneling often and they certainly don't go with I-ItKinK I.\t.ni ,,/ /'tun/ III"1 ''1// //J, /llln /1./1"/0'" h" N k lutiitit i,?,?'? ,n I/,..

I pletely new piece of screening a com And as our population grows there is vaster need use with it, for acme reason. or our ranch house, somehow He aide, i'r/air ilriifn nfumJtiu.ii 'II4"4/ Karr 1/ //nw.i f/ii >/f""If'/I"( ( ,,, flu ,,,,',,. t,,,., 'J''

into the frame. for urban plantings and conservation of green areas other, very faded color' like loins them. Don't you think pea- rsirus. r la tnvw Miprir/iwit .} ifs '','J'III"/f .,1,' i,', ,.r. usd ?'r, ri-S i HtriiH, r pur A. 11M' lu'/ t.
in and dreary blues or washed-out yellows pit should have art that looks //s er bur ", ,,hi.I"t' l'I"fiN . .
Most aluminum screen have surrounding cities. In suburbia, there is a de- ) n / / .0." (pi.wi. 1. ti> ..u.m n lainfv.iI :, 'mil rsa4rs'p,
lack which further deflate the good or not at alP Shouldn't It <." /n.//,. .1 piml r/j/ ,' ,' 1,
screw at the corner Remove plorable of parks and recreation areas'! Around 1" runs nrir ''fII'htiel hr. n'i" rl? '11'h./ / ,. I Iil. 'ms /bsd.u"lr
screws, remove old screeningand every large city there shoud be an encircling green room. mutch the furniture and the *lenf> r.. //ii i/mm. r''?' ''I i iri, N r, ri I /I",; ",'n bill., 11/1 r //1" //rile. 'n .. /I. ,/It.,,", ,N,. .rrih r

Insert new material belt planned and planted within reach of house' Wriim., "Weir."" w/ Air A r/t/ ." 'in,,1,1//, t '0'/11.//i i, I I//"H/ 'ii it, /i/i/ v.. I
For wooden screens remove of the city.Neglect every part One problem in redoing walls Art III a question of taste and Im.,1d., \ I /I' ; I, .,/.'" II I 1 ',, ,/" "? t" rO .
mouldings and old screening la in using some of the new perhaps' Art Nouveau ia your I
Set frame on two saw hone of home properties, including plantingfor material such a* ticking*, grass husband's type of art. There la
with wooden block betweenthe care and beautification of the land today is frowned cloth and burlaps that are popular no rule of thumb on what type of *

horse and the screen frame. upon by neighbors. Tomorrow, it may be required: in no"' On. must be especially art goes with what People user N E--k. -

Use two "C" clamp at either the interest of the community. Already it is required careful to get instructions for traditional and abstract: paintings

side to bend frame into concave in some( of the better residential areas. the specific material uaed, instead together in contemporary or traditionsl |j, J

position. Attach new Animals of depending on the paper home. flood paintingsare
screening to each end and release and plants go together. In the long run, one 1r
hanger to know all the answers."I it.t home anywhere, of course.
clamps The frame willspring cannot survive without the other, especially if man
have just had a wall covered It could \be! that one or two additions :
up and draw screening does not re-plant to offset areas that he lays bare for
thus with burlap by some stupid l paintings used with Art _
tight avoiding unsightly
saga and wrinkles. Then proceedto housing and other uses. It's more important to plant characters. ," writes a reader, Noun in may make them more By ANDY LANG
tack screening down on all around your home at this point in our civilization than "and the day after the burlap IntereMmit bv contrast.

sides It sounds tricky but Its it is to re-plant forests, which already fortunately is Officers, appratieri and inspectors nf home mortgage III mm' K Small llomea Council: ; '

easy. Try It done on a large scale. lending institutions have found it increasingly difficult and a committee of savings and

Thor Tip Check hooks, An individual may be able to get along without Texas Patio Is Lovely Anywhere to keep track of the latest in house Jcmgn fcatutei loan xfhcera headed by James H.

hinge and bracts A little planting, but his country cannot, while family Siiellinga! of Orlando, Ha.te .
now any can .. . new materials and labor and ioni savings connIrutlion
tightening or replacing
i \ talked with Norman Stank
live much better by "planting for "
beauty. Nurserymen -
will save work, next Spring. technique
and extension services can supply information executive vice president of the I I.
as Since It their decide die deal with land United Stales and Loan
Handyman Questions to how this can be done.Here's is job to : guide planning Savings
Q. How do you get solder to how much money can be advanced and design, as well aa a League about the new guide end Jt
hold I give up! .or how long on what kind of residential substantial amount of wordage asked. him what kind of reception .';

A. This common problem U property they have been on home construction.: Later Ihe It had received: He replied: '".
caused because people heat the hard pressed to make accurate ansocutiuna will receive the "It's something we had conceived *
solder rather than the metal assessments of bo'g' -Ierm ..Iu... reM ur the cunnlructum materialand : and worked on since late "

they are working on. And be If they fail to recognize: new con' data on appraising and construction : in 19)9 and naturally we were "I
the AnswerBy
sure to use flux. Heat the metal EI3 :epts in the housini field and insist loan procedures: upturn sue snout Its reception, .
thoroughly with your Iron and that builders slick: to trsdi- By distributing the Information since we saw a definite need for '

then touch solder to the metal on your skill Ihe simplest type tonal construction method, an in a huge loose-leaf binder, additions il. llul no matter how much: you .

ANDY LANG of awning uses pieces: of wood in,r>n .tJ housing standard of and revisions can easilyhe talk about something, people

3m AP Newtfeotures one Inch: by two inches throequarlere II ing will ,,me slowly made over the yearn aft new have to ace it to make a proper .
of an Inch: apart screwed The United! States Savings andI materials and techniques' evolve judgment Ever since we sent out I .

Real Green Thumb QUESTION: I intend to and glued to end frames and crossties ar league has taken a giant Arming those who have worked on the first part of the guide, we

make some wooden awnings Be sure to attach a cap ti step forward in an effort to keep compilation of the facts: in the'guide have been deluged with congrstuIs .

The expression "greenthumb" for the front windowsof one by four slat) at the top if Anieruan mortgage lending ulhcisli are James T. Lendrum. lory messsies, Including two
can be applied liter the For decorative 1 ,. up to date on what's whit head of !the department of architecture from Joseph P. McMurrsy, chairman -
ally to the home gardener.His our house Can you give awning. a appearance '' / In h"" ting construction. It has at the University of of the Federal Home Loan
use a scalloped slat
thumb plays a very important me some information that st the bottom. The entire awning Just distributed the first put of a Horidu, Salter II. lewis, sam- Hunk Hoard, and Phillip N.

roll in the growingof might be helpful? How do will be considerably stronger il At 4l " 'Mi"
plants.As you determinefor example, you use a few angle irons at Texas cities are as crowded ss cities anywhere despite the bignessof more than 5,000 savings and loan at the University of Illinois, architect I Federal Housing Administrslion.
most everyone knows, the state, but patios are a must. Beautifully planted they can be ascii shims tiuoughout the : John L. Scmidt former All of us feel that it has been
how long the shouldbe strategic places the inside
if the top of the soil feels awning : on as lovely 'In Chicago, Loa Angeles and New York ss they are In C""uitrv. The Initial sections: of consultant at die University of worthwhile."
dry to the thumb, the plant and how far out it shouldbe where they will not easily be Dallas or Houston

needs watering. from the window seen I I

However, top soil in thin- (Questions of oar general Interest Meet Your

walled, nonporous containerscan ANSWER: For a proper proportion will be answered in this column. Architect Gets Away from Squares I I I
and wet .
be dry on top en awning should be aboutas Individual correspondence: : can Plumbing Inspector
in the center and bottom.It
high as one-half the height of not be undertaken.)
is a deceptive conditionand the window to which It will be DENVER AP) The h"uce
should be considered :Not many homeowners nirl a lendent of the sewage disposal
attached. The bottom part of the \being built on a Colorado m"un
Perhaps plumbing Innpi'dor hut he I I" one plant In Iron out problems result
when watering plants.
awning also should be ss far tain"lde'Iy\ architect Charli" -
have to diga Hardboard of the moHt Important lor ill I ullllalt ing from Kulmlandard house sewer
you'll even from the window ss one-half the Dealon looks like an opci ,'d
nn the acetic I toprod-d family material '
and
when tryingto broken or poorlyJointed
little deeper height of the window. Example: clam lI1e U.
learn If a plant need if s window Is 58 inches high, Panel Sizes Only a portion of the floor, ,i-. and public kfltMioln health\ and the rr- arwrr line which allow
kpi-rllve round
pm or rain water to Infiltrate
water the of the
shouldbe
height awning
flat in the unique HUVI. i fur She Cant Iron Suit I'lpc limtl- the hen,...sewers and overload the
29 inches.: There should also tae
perched on a cliff 8MM( i? lute said the plumbing Innpi-rKir treatment Such
sewage plant.
SEPARATE ROOMS be 29 inches: between the window Meet Needs above sea level on dene-. has. these little .known bill extreme ol'rlcllldlr"'lIlI In higher costa! to

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ANGELES (AP) A sari swning. Because necessity U the .'. designed l In protect both hcimf- 3, lie often In a former plumber
vey of three California retire There are many different types mother of invention modern1' Dos ton calla the house MI) 1 ownrra and building owner one Mho .knows his trade well

ment communities shows that and designs of awnings you can building material are being he intends to live in, a pu> I It* t hl'( h the permit flied While he I is often anonymoua In

most couples there prefer two- make, depending to some degree engineered and produced to "habitable" sculpture "i, by plumber to lenient any slip his own (community he Is the local

bedroom apsrtmentsinconsiders- fill specific needs posed by pedestal" The view fron i ups or wmturunnhlp huh In nut aullionty who works hard to pro-
lion for the comfort of their respective change in construction tech- In line lilt the toilrI .
terrace includes the city rot aa 'a is plumlilng led the Interest health and safelyof
: spouses F rr niquei Denver end the ('nnin-i'' i w aIr :. lit .keeps rl't'lIrdli' of plumb- the people In his community,
William C. Brongham, national Savings to the buyer bssed on Divide. leg failure 'Ahl( h are helpful to
sales director for the Leisure standardization and mass production 'y '
lira I municipal/ f'tIfImUh..IIII'II'k' When hlcagn'a oldest house,
depend upon develop The interior of !the sculpt "
world community in Seal Beach, .,.has; :1f. ment of products that meet the (house) is divided, into a hung ins on plumbing roilc revltlim' built In 1116, was renovated rerenlly '
said the first, unit, tailing for 1 special requirements of the room kitchen, three bedroom. and J1'a 3, He maintain mauler sewer report the Caat Iron Soil

twice as many one-bedroom apart building Industry. four batha. Laundry, sewing room record of the dale. til ran h sewerinxljlUtlmi. I'lpe Institute,plumbers dlaconr.rd .
ments, hit s .nag when moat applicants kind of ,.ll'rl"I""l'd.1 '
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pedestal. Three an
apartments. : .:;i ii suited to particular problems In n i a ( uliiradi mountainside, i Ira. auhileci; Charles olaubatendardmaterials' and other line, were ali II In ,perfect condition
He said similar results have < residential construction Modules entrance level will be aerved byan
i:: : pertinent Information. and was used over again In the
been noted st Laguna Hills, 4 feet wide are commonplace elevator. D alon Dial al> I i j i: quare/ world .. the
;i 4, lie work !lh nunerln- drainage system
north of San Diego, and Walnut !!:! but there Is a growing demand The structure rise 3,000 square ui the .w.ti b, building tin. 3.m( ari i 11'\.11' home in
Creek of San Francisco. for panel materials exceeding S feet of living The
east ::" : apace supporting which nearly every line i la curved.
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Roundup ? THE ASSOCIATED n. Canadian Open .

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By MURRAY CHASS The Pirates got tight
pitching MONTREAL AP
( ) Tht
Ajo':lated Press Sports Wrtttr from Vernon Law and Don mere mention of Gibby Gilbert
John Brlgg is t listening Schwall in their sweep of Hous name always brings the LLJP.ORTS.
mail s thinker. ton. Law pitched' a flve.hitter In questionlao's !

Ui this cad, Brlgg, a phtla. the opener and scored the only he?"
del >hia rook!I., wts doing the run on Bill Vlrdon's single! In the But Gilbert a 23-year-olc

thl\ king and tht listening at theCa sixth Inning from Hollywood, Fla., needn't
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le time. Schwall held the Colts score be worried about his anonymity:, 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday July 31, 1964
he mental feat, plus the two. less In the nightcap until the The asked the acme questionof

ru double that resulted from It, ninth Inning when a three.run Arnold Palnfer, once an un
br night the Phillies a 4.3 outburst brought on reliever Al knottn himself when he scored

tr mph over San Francisco In McBean, Jerry Lynch homeredIn ,' his first pro golf victory In the! Practice Ends
10 innings Thursday night and I the fourth and singled In the "r'r iw'w 1955 Canadian Open.

txi>sted Philadelphia's! National first two runs In the Pirates' And look where Palmer I la to.', For All-Star
League lead to 1 I,) games over venth.run sixth.Sports da>'.

the rond.place Giants. Gilbert, who has the Initials

The Phillies were In danger of C.L.ln place of a first name,took Game Tomorrow
tumbling from the top after the BriefsSOUTH : a step In the same direction

Giants took a 3.2 lead In their ,' Thursday as he fired a four.un. GAINESVILLE; (AP) A hoi
10th. But Johnny Calllson dou. ' der par 67 to take first.round t: week of practice ended todaj
bled, Tony Taylor was hit by > '" .. ; .. ; 'I lead -' tL for North
a SAN FRANCISCO r "t; In this year's Canadian L and South football
pitch and Richie .;, : r "r , ; ...... .. ,, "'; 1
Allen ,,
beat teams
out (AP-Ken Venturl, who came "'** ..,4eerc.. .... .. ; Open which meet in the annual
I ,, _..., .
an infield hit all\ with I' "' ... ; " --, :
,
none out. from a long way back to win "I was very lucky'," he explained Florida High School AII- tar
UD ame Briggs, using a dlf., the 1964 National Open was the RAISING A POINT-Mickey Mantle slides into third base at Yankee Stadium and while still in a state of I game Saturday night.
ferent bat, R was Allen's longerand guest of honor Thursday night ently made his point with umpire Sam Carrigan who ruled him safe appar semi.shock. Coach Carl Madison of Milton

heavier bat, and the 20. at the California Country Club "I haven't_ won- a_ .nickel--..-, nn... th....* has two offensive back fields:
yearold left.hander was trying where he got his start In golf. pro tour and I started last Au ready to go for the North behind .

it for The the ball first time KANSAS CITY (AP) The Lift From Despair Florida Coaches gust. Some lawyers. from Miami I a well balanced group of
shot out to the right Kansas Athletics are backing me." linemen, rriViy capable of play
field wall for a double City an. jog defense '
sending nounced Gilbert shot a 34 33-67
Calllson and Taylor across with Infielder Thursday they had Reject Proposed against the 36.35-11 par of the Harmon Wages of Jackson
optioned Charles Shoe
the Not tying and winning runs. majker to Dallas to make room Letter From Ben Hogan rigorous Pinegrove layout to vllle Lee and Sonny Owens of

so fortunate was Casey for Bob Meyer, a left. handed Do-Or-Die Rule lead Bob Shave Jr, of Wlllough. Milton have been equally effentive
Stengel who
celebrated his 74th pitcher acquired by, Ohio by one stroke and a at fcuarterbacking the North
birthday by watching his New Wednesday GAINESVILLE corps of big.game stars by sev. and will share the post.
from AP
York the Los Angeles Angeles. ( ) The
Mets lose to the Los An. eral more. Gerald Bramlett of Wlldwdbd
Florida Athletic Coaches
.geleiBmigers. . .5.3.. Elsewhere In LOS ANGELES (AP)-Fell,* Helped Bobby NicholsNEW elation has turned thumbs Asso.downon jack Mcklaus was three be. may also play some at quarter. ,
.or ,, "nsDurP moved trto Gonzalez 113'/4 Mexican, Mexl. I proposal to decide hlrh hind at 70 ;with five others and back, but he has looked so good r '"
third place' by sweeping Houston co, made his U.S. debut auspl. school football ties with eight-do Arnold Palmer bracketed< him. a* a linebacker he probably will .
1.0 and 8.3 and St. Louis defeat. ious Thursday nleht: with airst.round YORK (AP-On Sept. Nichols read and re-read the -or-dle plays from the self with six golfers at 71. spend most of the game on de. ,JIIIII'i -
dChlcago' 5-2 f knockout( over Man. 3, 1952, Bobby Nichols, star all,. letter. He determined to get 50.yard Gilbert's putter was hi. lethal tense. ,, ;

In the American League Bal.! ny Reyes, 11$, Tijuana Mexico. around athlete at Louisville's St, back his full health and then fol. line.The association rejectedanes. weapon. He needed only 27 puttsto Bobby M 0 r t a n of Eustis, 1

tlmore" overpowered Minnesota PHILADELPHIA AP Xavier High School and low Hogan's example in become olutlon that the get around the 7,090-yard Chuck Flores of Perry and Jer. 1 ;--- I II
elght.play rule
( ) The
-
4, Chicago blanked Detroit 2.0 San Francisco Giants group of schoolmates wen i ing the greatest golfer In the', be adoptelby the course. ry Gill of Deland have worked I
Florida
an. High
and Washington outlasted nounced the recall speeding over a highway at IV,1 world. School I Activities Jack's Pack numbered In the In Wages' unit Owens I I. backedby I
Thursday of Association \
Cleveland 8.7.Thephillies miles an hour.Suddenly Bobby Nichols now 28 hundreds Lenny Snow I" t
a Arnle's of Daytona I
right-handed pitcher John Pr. which meets today in Gaines.vtlle Army was I _.J hi I
led2.i the car came to strapping B-foot.2, 200.pounder counted Beach Mainland Dentil
until Willie genzer from Tacoma of the Pa. I I i In the thousands but Brozak
McCovey smashed his 14th horn clflc Coast League. sharp curve. There was i I L without an ailing muscle or Under the rule, both teams In. Glbble's Gang according to his of Choctawhatchee and Wayne HTZ AS A f 11)1)1.E-Sunny
er in the ninth Inning with one screech of brakes and a sickening .. broken bone to show for his ac. volved In a tie would be allowed own estimate was "between 23 Smith of Milton. Jiiu) "ritzsimmons, retired
out San Francisco then went in ODESSA, Tex. (AP-Labron crash. The car became ar I i cldent, struck the first blow in to run eight plays from and 30 people." Mike Perlljard of South Bro. dean of( American thorough. J
front 3.2 in the Harris Oklahoma State ugly mass of smoking twisted I I I that direction 12 days when scrim made '
10th as Harvey golf ago mage at the 50.yard line Tied with Mcklaus were Bill ward two long run a* bred horse trainers, looks I'I
Kuenn singled took second on a coach, and Dave Elchelbercer.on. metal. he won the 4 th PGA golf! cham. the victory going to the ,team with Collins, Rex Baxter Bob Ros. halfback. Joe Mlra of Key West hale and fit as he celebrates I I'I
wild pitch, went to third on t sa. of his players posted a blaz.Ing Young Bobby was pulled from plonshlp with a record score of which penetrated the other' burg Bob Verwey and Al Gel. has been playing halfback on of. his 90th birthday ,I
ter. ,
orifice and came home on a sin. nlne.under.par 63 to grab the wreckage and taken to a 271, leading every round. rltory the deepest. berger Locked with Palmer at tense ,and defense as well as do. jockey's and wearing a

tie by Willie Mays.Gus the first round lead Thursday In hospital, barely alive. He had a After his victory the boyish, The poaches said team even par were Willie School, tag some spectacular punting.If cooling cap clutching a 1F
incen. potable at
Trlandos homered for the the $15,000 Odessa Pro.Amateur broken pelvis, wrenched back, good-looking Kentuckian told tlve would be destroyed Howle Johnson Harold Kneece there is any advantage In Park in New Monmouth 1'I
Phillies In the third while Jesus Golf Tournament. brain concussion and Internal I newsmen he would spend part rule by the Chuck Courtney Jay Hebert,the game It probably, belongs to Jersey
particularly In
Alou connected In the Giants' WESTBURY N.Y. (AP)-A Injuries He was unconscious for of his $18,000 prtzemoneyiner. a tie might be as cases where Phil Glroux. the south because of potentiallymore
fifth 13 days paralyzed from ectlng a shrine to St. Jude. rewarding asa 0a
turnout of 25,854 welcomed hare the I victory to an Defending champion Doug depth'l" the line,
underdog
The Mets waist down. That's the patron saint of the squad. Ford The North basketball
appeared well on ness racing back to Roosevelt Eeyond that, oallel\ /' from soared to a 77 while the team b
their way toward handing Sten. Racewiy Thursday night for the Nichols had been a high I Impossible.He northwest Florida counties winner of the qualifying round, has a height advantage andhopes
gel a delightful birthday pre. start of a stake.studded 25th anniversary school football and basketball L worked In the Texas oilfields feared It would interfere with Charles Coody and Dick Sikes to break a four ". game J
sent, the first victory over San. meeting. player as well as golfer. For before turning profession their with 69s, found the course losing streak In the all-star cage YoIf
Sic scheduling of
dy Koufax in their brief history. days he lay on his back in ial I In 1959. Backed on the tour high school games with. tougher with rounds of 74 and game Saturday afternoon. State IfCI
Bob Taylor had given New York SAN JOSE, Calif. lA'P- Wll. hospital his athletic career ap. by friends at the Midland, Tex., power from out.of.state 77, respectively North coach Marvin Beck o(

I 3.0 lead with a three.run horn lie Richardson 185V4, of San parently ruined. There was Country Club, he won only $5,. The Pensacota has 6-foot-7 Billy Nel.
er In the fourth Jose, scored his 14th heavyweight some doubt he could ever walk, 701 .21 In Ms first full year In L coaches said the rule son of Jacksonville Paxon and League
But the Dodgers scored two knockout victory Thurs. much less run, again. 1960. He finished in the top ten might be useful in post.eason 6-fooM Ray Touchstone of Choc.

runs In the seventh on Jim Gil. day night when he stopped Kirk Without Nichols knowing it, a of 12 tournaments in 1961, bobs playoff The rule game Inez McCune Tops tiwhifphaa._" noo._ who_.. ._..... i__.11a.... IK..._.n. ASSOCIATED PRESS X/ alr
still ,
Ham's single Willie Davis' trl. Barrow 182, of Oakland, In the high school teacher hoping to ting his earningsto$15,316. to the may be proposed any player for the South. I |

pie and an Infield out, then tied third round of t scheduled 10...bring. the injured boy comfort He won his first tournament tOri which FHSAA's board of dlrec. Big Cypress Play / Wayne Kreuer 6 foot 3, of W. L. pet G.B. B
scheduled
the game In the eighth on a run. round fight. and inspiration, wrote a letter to early In 1962 when he shot a fl. Saturday., a meeting Jacksonville Rlbault and -fionnieMlkell Tampa 21 9 .700- CI.

scoring double by Wally Moon, Ben Hogan who almost had lost nal round 64 to take the St. Pet. Then McCune was the winner 6-fooM, Qt'Mount Dora St Pete. 18 12 .600 9 tI.II

who batted for Koufax. The Third bat coach George his life in a similar accident ersburg Open. Later he won the Of the low.net tournament- of niir have, shown good form ,in 'prac. Orlando 17 14 .548 41,)

Dodger rallied for two rune in Myatt of the Philadelphia Phils three years before. Houston Classic and finished Cypress Golf and Country iu'bi; tlce.South Lakeland 12 11 .522 5',) 51F
the ninth Hogan,,. who didn't know fourth la the U. S. at Oak. ladle day '
Tommy Davis driving got in one game aa a rookie the Open Naples Golfers Thursday. coach Vince Schaifer of Ft.Lau'dale 13 15 .464 7 th
In the winning tallwith shortstop youngster Immediately dlt. mont. He finished ninth in the Miami Senior seek to use speed Miami
a sin. with San Antonio in Second place was tie between 14 l 18 .438 8. DI
L ele. the Texas League in 1913. patched a "chin up" letter to money winning list with $34,311 Chris Covington and Terry Carr. w
the hospital. Last year he won the Seattle Tee Off Sunday Ladle Day chairman Mrs. Col*. plans to itart Mike Roily son'of Day'na B'ch 10 19 .345 lO'/a' Ix
Open and collected $33.604. Plant City Bob bowling of MI. Thursday's Results
man Boyd is working out
plans
This year promises to be the ami Beach Terry Akin of Ml. C
At* for an Invitational affair In Oct. Fort Lauderdale 5, Daytona: .
League best for Bobby his wife, Nancy, Big CypressThe ober lit women of other clubs. ami Senior Jeff Grate of Miami Bach 2Tampa F.cC
4 year-old son and a second Norland and Jim McKlrchy of 2 St
Greater Naples Men'a Golf Details will be announced, late I'. Petersburg 0 cCpI
offspring the
on way. Miami Columbus. Orlando 3, Miami 0
LeadersBY "Winning the PGA gives me a,,Association will stage the regu. Sarasota at F
real boost Bobby says,''lar monthly outing for member rain Lakeland ppd.,
I "maybe I'm the 'at Big Cypress Golf and Country I:
THE National ASSOCIATED PRESS on move. :Club Sunday, with tee.offtimeaet Last Place Mets Make BookstandsIt Friday' Games C1
League -
Daytona
at 8a.m.Originally. Beach at Miami 0,
Batting ((225 at bats)>-Cle. Orlando
AP Newsfeature at Fort
Lauderdale
ould ,
1.f Sr this outing was apply to most any nf hi* C
mente, Pittsburgh, .346; Wll.! Tampa at St.
I Hams, Chicago .345. scheduled for Lehlgh Acres The 'Mavbe he should be a starter. pitchers-when" they kept thetialllow \ Sarasota at Lakeland Petersburg ft.

Runs-Mays, San Francisco !shift to Big Cypress was announ. instead of a reliever, although -and thN h'just one of the toIf

82, Allen, Philadelphia, 74. ced by Bob Abbott tourney chair he's 29 an' has been a relieveran' man 'Item' *" ,Jerry Mitchellrov

Runs batted In-Doyer, St. man for the association. it Is hard to # '
change a man's, < In "The \mi7lng MM,"
will be for
Competition two.
Louis 77 .
Santo
; Chicago 73. eian
man team honors. Member are life for him. ((Gnmft i Dunlip, Jl.O")
Hits Williams
Chicago, 136
Clemente Pittsburgh, 134. ; advised to pick a partner and en. "But I notice when he haan'tgot Mitchell ro\ers the Mets' Je

Doubles-Williams, Chicago ter as a team to shoot for low anybody on base he pitcheslow loslntf i'ltrt'lk"'hlch, :: were, .

and Clemente, Pittsburgh, 25. net honors. t like he should an' whenou manan) also'their winning th.G
Breakfast will be served at the <
Triples-PinIon, Cincinnati, are a relief pitcher you are always stre. k*--whlrh" were f.wIn da
at 7
clubhouse starting a.m.
9; Santo, Chicago 8. ,
Home run'-May., San Fran. kva Abbott announced. comlp In with men on following the,fortunes anti ml... plFc

cl.co. 29; Williams, Chicago, 24. base Also you remember this fortune of the Met;* during their, ko
!
I Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. LAUREL, Md. (APNorthern) is his first big league game an' first two >ear.*' In the Njtlonal:

geles, 32; Brock, St. Louis, 22. Dancer, first Kentucky Derby he! comes from a nice farrtllv, an' Let giie. rut AsuociATrD runt '01Inr

Pitching (10 decisions)-Kou. winner to also capture Canada's he never had the chance to make It I M an Interesting) : llttlWw>k *
fax, Los Angeles and National
Marlchal real 3-year-old I claaaic, the the big dollar before" and, probably the only one elverwritten League wll
San Francisco
15.5 750. W. L.
Queen's Plate Pet. G.B. !
L will be the fifth
Strikeouts-Koufax, Los, An. hone to represent Canada in the This was Casey! Stengel talking on a last place team. Philadelphia 58 41 .586 baiJ

pIes, 185; Drysdale, Los An. 150.000 Washington D.C. International about one of his pitchers during San Fran. 58 44 .569 IVi of

geles 154. November 11 at Laurel his first of three! seainns as Garden Slate Park' handle! Pittsburgh 53 44 .546 4

Race Courae. manager of the New York Met. I puts it among the top fIves Cincinnati 55 47 .539 4' dan
American League St Louis 53 48 525 6 Wa:
Batting ((225 at bat.-lIva.) (Milwaukee 52 48 .520 6Vi

Minnesota, .339; Mantle, New HOME PRO Los Angeles 50 49 .505 8
York, .322. Chicago 48 51 .485 10
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Run.-lIva. Minnesota, 73j: Houston 45 58 .437? 15 heipai
Allison, Minnesota, 66. Nev* York 30 72 .294 29'/i'
Runs batted In-stuart, Bos. Check Two Points To Beat the Slice Thursday's ResultsSt. the

L ton, 84; Klllebrew Minnesota, Louis 5, Chicago 2

79. :t, Check the\ position of Los Angeles 5, New York 3 pla
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Minnesota 147 Phlladephia 4, San Francisco
A HOLE-IN-ONE is the reason for the big mile B. Robinson, Baltimore, 119. ; By RON HACKER left hand at the tr""p of Ihf'' bark. 3, ((10 Innings) and
of Mis. Dolores Mattox swing) The' bark of the left hind 1.8 0.3 attty
of Coral Gables. A gteat DoubllS-lIva. Minnesota, Pittsburgh Houston
Pr. ,
Spring Volley C. C., Lexington, Ky *
of the Beach 261; Bressoud and tM forearm should be In scheduled.Today's .
Club Hotel, Mis. Mattox made the Boston 25. tritttn for IP \ euiffttlurnPrubabh a Only game .
I perfect shot, her first, on the 150 yard No. 7 hole Triples-Yastrzemski, Boston, 'straight line The left, wrist Games tyen,
at the Beach Club. Fregosl, Los Angeles and Ver. the should be Milwaukee at Chicago
Ehe was playing with her alles biggest prcblem for golfer especially beginner.' neyer bent. Grand,
Minnesota 8. Cincinnati at St. LouisI
husband. Mrs. Mattox usually plays golf at Kim Home runs-Klllebrew, Mln. Is the slice when" the ball runes from left In right. If your left wrIst i Is 'b/nt at the I' Houston at New York

Bay Golf Course in Miami. (McGrath photo) n.lOta. "I; 1'0W.II. Baltimore The slice most ofen Is rained ?.,.-,-rrT"' top of the' barfc) *'''ing:. /tie fare of ren

I -- 27 -,, -.. bone nf l tao" fundamental errors J the
Stolen bases-Aparlclo Baltl. LADIES -an open rlllbf3 .. at Impact or I toe pointing at the ground In. W. L. Pet_G.B.

more Pitching, 38, Wets, Chicago, 16. Rand. British TOUCH track tar-Mary, fin an outside "tng 1 'tead the nub ,shopld.' be half New Baltimore York 62 61 37 39 .614.622 ',i

((STOCK CAR RACESJ) (10 dl'cl.lon.-Bunk.) ishes workout An clubhr at Impart | open 60
.\\, .r. er, Baltimore, 11.2, .846 at White City Chicago 40 .600 2
Ford
Nw York, 12.3, .800. ; Stadium. London. where she will send the ball straight along The otitslde.ln sllrer usually Is Los Angeles 54 52 .509 11
Strikeouts is training I I for ., totaling of the Boston 51 52 .495 12'/i
R dU, Boston Olympic the Intended line t flight for a mans fundamentalrules I

Every Saturday Nite! ,1321; Peters Chicago, 130. games at Tok>'o. short 'dlitinrv. Then It will tall of the golf xwliy;. The most Detroit Minnesota 49 SO 53 53 .485 480 14 13'/a

i off to the right of the target. :jmmon: errrtr l it starting\ the Cleveland 43 57 .430 19

8:00: PM When the rlubhead! crnt4cta the I downswing with the shoulder Washington 41 85' .387 24

FLY t iriJui.Bi-Trr NAPLES ball from the nuttde-tn the ball I usually] the right one. Kansas City 39 62 .386 23Vi'

NAPLES SPEEDWAY -2 3SJrf MIAMI _tart Its flight to 'the left then S This immediately throws the Thursday's Results iiiI
club In the Baltimore 7
runes to the right. ouMde Minnesota 4
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Admission $1.50 e ObUoush. bulb pnblem oAnChI' !I To prevent this, start your Washington 8, Cleveland 7 ....

S Students $1.00 New Year Round Daily Schedule \ >ou a Mft headache. I I I swing with an Immediate weight Only games Today's scheduled Games I!

S Children under 12 free 1 Naples To Miami The ripen i lubftre: ullcp- ir $ ,'.: shift t< the! left foot and keep Boston at Los Angeles, N

fade-I* caused t>\ a faultx grip ; nun head and right shoulder be. New York at Minnesota N

1 7:45 A.M. 11 :30 A.M, 3.45 P.M. or ImproiMT hand JlnllIUe< at the .g hind the ball throughout thl"I Baltimore at Kansas City 2,
I twl-night
COMING Miami To Naplei90aAM top! of the bark<,'lng. If thU I* : swing
Detroit at Cleveland, 2, twi.night .. i
Miur problem, do this: I
AUO. 1 : 2:15: P.M. 5:00: P.M. I. Check tour grip In the adOres THREE CHEERS Chicago at Washington, N

r F AustralianPursuit Conn< I' a.n all Ohio
knuckles, of out left fund shnuit.1 University students -
NAPLES AIRLINESNaples who help theerleadlnl' by [ MAICO
Rico N vMlblo. The "V forme bv wearing a bobcat (nickname of

E Airport Concourse I Miami AirportMI the thumb and first finger nf iF OU teems) Costume natal be residents 1 Hearing Service

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2-34S4 NE 4-5811 .both rUM and loft hands V cite Ticket office Naples Travel darn i rory where the Idea and I .lids Ii "II'n.., 5.riie. .
Agency 4 Contn point directly to the rlpht RON HACKER I E. a, krl'I
Ito..lla Itrrlnr4
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Friday. July 31, 19S4 rOLUCR COUNTY: :NEWS 7 .




European Inflation Boosts




Short Term Interest RatestW r



:: YORK (AP ) \meit. Idle lollars ('aniit' kept ciwtnu.edl .

"ins m..\ get illghth higher returns at utirk unless the liar

on the mon\ the\' lend ppan rates take aiuHliei big

("i short periods, 'lunkstolu: jump. The US. Trvasun makes

i np e5 frow In: Inflation and It plain It hopes thr\ won't

tr.,ide piollem. The domestic irurket will txpiKt.Tted -

The l'.S Treason Is moving against! siul: a tliriMi

t.. keep shot-Merit Interest rates in sueltlpf tie stipph, ot short

hi ;h, although tlie domestic dt. term ;overnmem !MM'unities1

in .uid hasn't been ;ru tnf. It Next Mtmdax t.1":. Tioasur111 Midway 2-2 107

iota to ward ofi! ,ui\ Increase Ortei $4 billion ol 18.111011I!!., 3" ,

in the t Iou uf dullars to overseasimii per "ellt notes. Thptut.il ot i newiKMMerm

',<>\ nurkrtu whereleld* 'Oirowin ii,. inn liiti }

no \ln>en llsiii" #1 ( lilllloii ovei. tli.' no\t font

HIP nlrk Is in manipulate, the months ,
even HiouJi tie
Announcement 15-Sale. Help Wanted 43-Apts.. For RentIffc..ncy
in ""n
been healthier than aiitlilpaled.So Pyiutujn, Opnifl 'n E.t.bl".d ,
PIZA BEAUTY SALON .... W"'t' o. MmrtC.tvMt
rr i I"op yoarreon d em-
Urge an $Inciease III t'e: tell r vae..., Ira.. piovment Retail Experiencepreferred .II1J 11\41\
.s'-_ Chrysler Corp. supplof shoit.lerm neoiilltles MI..r S 5b7? but not neceiiary if SABLE SHORES APTS.
____ willing to learn Age 22 to )1Marr
It is reasoned, will weaken the Dance 'l Woman i Club Sat ,ed Good Character 'I 70450tsliy
dpl11.uld. Investors! maof lei' Aug lit Staitt 7 10 to I 11 00 S,ndarau mo of your ouehficationi "o.d _mod A"u _Aea _
Plans To Feetunng the Echot 4 J.ttet.
Fight to Collier County New
lc-s. Ihan the face \olue of the Alto the f eon.'s ol Man., F-n T _!117_ A |11 ,/,' 'I Lovely Apt I bedrm Furnneei
seuirtlles on the open mal' I't. tl 00 S'*. II VI Dreg beach o, thoopmg Vterly
7/JI S3Boats.Motors'/' Enpenenced, lalei perion_male or monthly I.3041 4Z3IIFwrnithed
Anti-Trust Suit Tinteld will lie tl'at mud or female h,gh pot.nl.1,
......, "...... hi-her! And, In effect the coin earning drawing' account I bedroom eperl
Accel.galley with tabliihed, aluminum products ment Huge living room kilchon .
SPRING FANCY-When it comes to support a > oung man* fancy turns to springs DETROIT (AP) Chijsler inti'iest, rule for liortleim firm For 'interview write end .batS Ml 1 suIt l ,f *..tCfficionciet >
Corp. will fight the govern flint,,' mill be hlpher, alfi-dlni iSWuiD.r" Stort.t Cabin, Cruusor Collier County New Coo tOil 'TTiZ..m u.o .ccuar'cpapI '
I especially if the young man is a space man. These springs are used to support missiles ment'. effort to stop Its plan to but rotting; rout of all IIp''.. I I.un..d,. SOc 1960'Ou's..hlld.C.'n"I A ?0 O/2S N. DsIu er ctltdratl MIa
lni.epn U.
a or Mt S SueD /11'
in their underground silos. They are shown in Chicago heights Ill. take over 4S.>'ear-old Mark The United' Slates n.'pd to H,nelte u. box. out
ru g.raiudl .p to more C.n 20-Cemetery LotihcrI.CI Day. Week, or
Trucks Inc., In a mulUmllllon. keep these dollars here iHuaime ,
- -- bo teen .t Napiet C ty Dock Month cl"ll l MOTEL Ml
dollar deal.A Its deficit I In the balance of panicnts \ For Information, c.ill OilordI HIM or Ml I Hit

the following guests: Mr.and Mrs.. civil antitrust suit was Is still runnlnp! rtoselo$2\ : .3141 7/2251 ul. of 4 spa,.. 1ft

Abe Skinner and children Karer i brought by the Justice Depart billion. a vear That mean that 1 13-Help Want. Female 0"0' lection d.eC, of mould cemeta23Mitc. ..II 'or 5purctrao.d Clote I 4 t to bedroom oSoppung, eptt 161 Furnnhed 4 115 per

I.I rmmokalee News, and Kelley; Mr. and Mrs Jaci: ment Thursdaj against Chrysler nl'.IrlIhat manu more dollars I'n P1.... mab. "II., W.II month Call f P HarriS .\
will Good oppo'un.I Ion I tam, Hull. L.n. Hollow Road. Randolph Fuller Oflice. MlI2
leave the for "O""n
Allen and children, Doug RuthU i jt Newark, Jv.J. count n cuv with Secretarial I Loporl, P.nn l Net Ml .- tH.
BY MRS. W. M. GARRETT and Alice; Mr. and Mrs. Earl!1 Chrysler promptly denied the eminent or private transactions must t' oit 'o'.nd experience dcurabi. .- >/' C.. ttf

Hall and children, Susan Jlmm government's. charge the move \tlan will rctuin. .. S oirdao mu to Cottuor For Sale
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--W ''0. Count Saws 10. 1m A II sos MO 1100
and Danny; Ramona Thorn; Mr,. would reduce competition In the The suiplus otiiullars, build. n/H ,( Fur I bdrm eptt. Elficien
Mary Jump reported Monday ed Mrs. Stanley with the party. and Mrs. Den Self and children> auto Industry Ini up abroad for (HIP last seven FURNITURE SALE. .... TV A., Con MS 4thIIll

that Frances Colding and her Mr. and Mrs. Philip Crews Paul and Chip of Lakeland; Mr> The Chrysler statement said ) ears can l>e .wappI..s for US. .p..ntld Put, wautr.u I.'" 5 Qu.apply aft,atAndys ? Twin ng machine hd.., Sola. TV.. Chain Formicabreakfait Sew' 1.1 Ay. South. Mt 2 4145 0'7/1'Mt tf

husband Johnny had gone to and children, Lane, Susan, and and Mrs. Phillip Crew and child.. further It was "dismaying andI fold The Treasurj Is dHt-r. 2 no OneItcnt DosS table. Blackboard.. chain. Lamps. etc

Okeechobee Sunday In conned Phil, have returned after a va. ren, Susan Lane, and Phil; and I strange" that the government mined to piotect thf fold rl'. Mint Drapei be told Ihn week 1191 1 b.droom APT Apt FOR Private PINT. PhooaMI

tion with the upcoming Labor cation visiting relatives and David, Susan, Sarah, and Mar]' should move at this time In an serves, now ofClclalh put at Payroit w..d and sarrora.ccoun'I 'ottuca, p. cl..k.bl. tot,, Street North Pti Ml 2 Sill 1 lbttl

Day rodeo and that during the friends in Douglas, Waycross Stone. "eleventh hour action." The $ l.5 billion, compared with enperionco holplul Writ quellicetiont /JO 31 I 4 I b.doom aptt P U,".."..

afternoon Johnny had "passed Columbus and Nlcholls, Ga. Pam Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rlgdor i auto company said 1had\ kept more than $22:! billion In 1950 Bo' > tint to A Colhtr It County I/ll Newt M 26Penon.IALCO"OL.'CI Clote month to Cell.hopping C P|6S Hernl 4 IM p.et

out" two or three times. That and Elaine Cason spent several are home again after a week ol' the government fully Informed To protect the reserves, the Randolph Fuller Ollice Ml

night he apparently became worse weeks with the Crews family visiting and sightseeing In dlf., since the deal was broached Treasur) would like to see the ,:::''no"'o tnuPaece. womac agent cpr r AN'NVMOUIMu. 7/22949. twltf R., Ml Itiil.

and was taken to the Okeechobee and returned to their home In ferent carts of the state. and al., three months ago. surplus of U.S exports over Im. enced In Fire and ,..oa ity inturonee .. 0' wom.n mu'S, .r.flburg

hospital at about 3 a.m. Mondav Douglas, Ga., last week so doing quite a bit of fishing. Federal Judge Reynler wor. ports further Increased. It and moil. tniudunI.m.Patin5 ph...l ol agency op >robiemt Ml. I StOl Aol I yIO'tong i' trip, eordaiiy b, COli EBB TIDE AITS.

morning. Late Monday night, he Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Carver took Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tyler and tendyke of Newark Issued a would like Europe to take on oration .nO accounting' Sultry .welcomed Mtouas .n PrOlSaptuot Weekly Monthly Seeton
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was moved to Naples Community their daughter, Connie Jaye, to children Terl and Marcia are temporary restraining order en. mote.' of the foreign aid and optn Our ttlf it lund aware compute of thitedvertitement 'I at tts C"ute"P.oaor An",.T. umand.n SiN Mod..n 4 fun..d bedroom epttKelly .Ihc.nc. ,

Hospital where It was report. Jackson Memorial Hospital Fri. home after spending three weeks joining Chrysler from going overseas defense burdens that '..um. to Collier County H.... Puo.SIaI505PM13Services Rd E NepletJit

ed that both legs were paralyzed. day for X-rays and a check.up visiting relatives and friends In ahead with the acquisition of add to the U.S. deficit It would 10. 1137 Ant 7130 J4 I If

The doctor's diagnosis was not following her operation. They Arkansas and Tennessee. On Mack Trucks. like to see Furopean money In. I : Offered APT FOR RENT

stated spent the weekend In Miami visit. their return trip they visited The government Is to followup vested here rather than Amerl 14-Help Wanted MeU II Air" Conditioned furnithed, efficiency -

A report at 6 p.m. Tuesday Log with Mrs. Carver's brother, Silver Springs.Mr. with a request for a prellmU can dollars seeking higher re I SLIP COVERS pier 1000 Apt per near monih beach Mid and.

stated that the doctor did not James Dean who has Just com. and Mrs. Buck Garrett nary Injunction, a Justice Department tuins abroad. Chrytltr, mechanic" wanted Top.col urn Ml 1 110'D..p..t S Upttoictr ltttt" way 1 5597 7/5 tO

believe he had ,suffered stroke. pleted 20 years service the Ma. drove down to Fort Myers Beach, spokesman said. Europe's: current problems, are condition Have 'own! tool Eicellent. I Good pay working plan Large I Bedroom Apt furnithed ,

Johnny said his lees and back rlnes. Friday night to pick up their Acting under the Clayton and lirKi-b the outgrowth of Its Apply in .perton t Wood Cnryt: 38-Autot For Sale No tmall r 'Mr2 pelt

were hurting him at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pickles and sons Michael and David who had Sherman antitrust laws, the prosperity boom In recent I:t.*,ml Plymouth trail. Naplat Inc lots N rVJO Tarn.I 3t. >on/24 Kelly.a , Ph 2:52:

He Is in room 34, and can re son Victor, of Havana Fla., are spent a week there with their government charged the deal years. This now Is causing Inflation JULY SALE

eel v. visitors. spending a week with their son aunt, Mrs. Betty House. They re. would substantially reduce com. there, with prices and labor 15-Salei Help Wanted 49-Houtei For Rent

and family Mr. and Mrs. Gerald turned home Sunday morning and petition In the truck and diesel tonIc rising Prosperity has BIG DISCOUNTS

BROKEN LEG Pickles. Mrs. House and children, Kenny engine Industries. si'lied Europe's! Imports, and SALES MEN 4 WOMEN

An accident, which took placeat Mrs. Ethel Ratllff of Titus. and Karen left to visit pointsof The government also said the higher prices on Its goods have For homo new docoretor product I field, 'Enperlonce Evolutive -. TIllS WEEK 1 lot P.deoom OIn' MI 7 unlun.h.d lOSS 701 heusa JI

the Softball game Monday night vllle Is spending a week with her Interest up state. transaction would mean the cut Into Us exportsRogero in color harmony helplul: 12 Ford Squire Power

resulted In a broken left leg for sister and brother.in.law Mr. The Y.P.E. of the Church Of elimination of competition be. but not with neeeteery opportunity Prot.ct.dt.rr'tory II Ford Squire Power We RENTALS Have Them

Bobby Fowler. The accident occurred and Mrs. Willard McCraney. God has changed their meeting tween Chrysler and Mack dealer tranchiia Liberal eol::, it Ford Wagon Power 7 bedroom lurmthed homo

as Fowler playing on from Sunday. night to Friday nightat Trucks In trucks and parts. Profit background mist,.' and b and o.u...reference. Funuit" (2 Falcon Rambler' wagon American klicktl StII .Near..0 See Gale School 1100 per

the Royals Farm Supply team, SURPRISE! 7:30 p.m.Judge The complaint said It might eon too A 22. Collier, County Galaaie 4 Or Power bedroom lurnithed apt. nicebedroom -
slid into Richard of diesel en New! 7/JO It 61 ."I.n. I Dr Stick [' o
third base in a close Mrs. Nora Stone surprised her and Mr. Stanley mean foreclosure 13 Falcon' Future 4 Dr ) unlurnlthed apt _
race against a ball thrown by husband Gene on hi.birthday.Sat. spent the weekend In Naples with glne manufacturers other than On Land Deals t2 Fairlane I Dr AT ttove 4 ref N. Napiet HOC

F & V player attempting to get urday with a party at their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers and Mack from selling to Chryslerand to(0 Chevy Chevy Bn Impella 4 Dr 4 Or AT. Air f'beroom; I Ilalh.. Near Kwh.

the runner out. He was taken to ,Grilled hamburgers, birthday Bobble and Robbie Lou spent an.Increase Jn ,an already: PUBLIC NOTICe 10 Chevy Cor..eir 4 0,. Slick Criek 110 per moOpen .

Dr. Hlnton's hospital where it1 J Cake, and punch were kerved to the .weekend ,with, Annie Gayle severe Drltfentraloir lit 'tWck i Told In CourtTAMPA t/10 Chevy V W. 1 Belair Dr. 4 DnV. I Sunday'sCARIBBEAN

was determined that the small and Mark Wolf. manufacturing, possibly foster (AP) An Internal TWELFTH IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE Ot 11 BoloS Laiabre ur REALTY

bone In the leg had been broken.C. Joyel and Randy Carver spent Ing mergers by other compa Revenue Service agent testified THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND a dr HTH "Wh... Castomors.. Sand Thauv

D. Driver was substituted In James Landis last week at Flsh.Eatlng Creek nles at Al Rogero's federal court THE FOR COMMUNITY COLLIIR' COUNTY onlo.. HT Stick, VI North TI, Friendt, Ml t IlllYearly

Fowler's place and the game with their grandmother Mrs. Chrysler makes the Dodge trial on Income tax evasion SAVINGS BANK OFROCHESTER. Call, Ml P liSt 7/30 T".II

continued with Royals Farm Sup. Found Dead In Lulu Mae Carver and their aunt truck. Mack Is a leading manu. charges that the defendant tooka COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS
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Pta( mt If Your Friendly FORD House I orrsn I J bdrm r
ply winning the decision overF Nancy Cochran. They enjoyed facturer of heavy-duty trucks $7,884 taxable profit on a 1. "NN'ON-' ., U'. MERCURY t COMET Dealer bath uelurnshad
Jk V Pharmacy.Rev. Swimming Pool swimming, fishing and camping. The government said Chryslerhad $200,000 property sale In 1958. D.tar'd' ant. l.ast Aoautabii August, M Call
CH 744/i 1111.1151Wlnted
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M. M. Smith wishes to N.Y. AP)- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor and total sales of $3.5 billion last The witness was 1.. O. Gor. NOTICE OF SALE tIes T ,1eI. H.d lOll. aoc.t'
announce a revival beginning August HARRISON ( children have returned home year and Mack $305 million. don Jr.. field audit sucervlsor Notice, I II hereby liven that pu,. ton, con'. Low m"" .... I.nO
James M. Landis, 64, adviser to uant to a final decree el lorecloture .nd take up O'f..n' Call MI To Rent
2, at 730pm., at theChurch three Democratic presidents after a two.week vacation. They In th. Tampa IRS office. entered in ClU" numbered 1074. bolt between Iim 4 a pm,
Of God Of Prophecy with Rev. spent a week In Salt Springs and Defense attorney Chester De. in the Circuit Court ot Collier MWO
was found dead In the swimming CO nly. 'Io"d. t wilt ..II the prop Wards 10 rent 2 b.drOom
George McGee of Clewiston of. from there they drove to.Laurel dell challenged Gordon's fig. Collier Plo' unlurnnh.d opt
pool at his home Thursday //1.els II or't 'u..d 'n County furniihed or
flclatlng. The public Is Invitedto Miss, and spent a week with Go Soafutq ures. He asked If Gordon Includ. Ida. described et 4 Dr. FT,Icon WAuto Robert Wheeler P O Bel 55'.
attend. night. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Roberts for. The South 10 feet of Loll I I. I and Tranimiiiion New .>.*... Napiet. Pta. 7/JO )t
One of President Franklin D. ed a $142,000 mortgage as part 1 Block 21 Tier 12 according toa Complete tuna up $005 Can
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ray Woodsare mer residents of Immokalee.ON *ij of the amount received from plat recorded In Plat Book I be leen et Buck Perry COtS
Roosevelt's original "brain "j at page I of the Public Record Ave North N.pl.l' HIM !4-Trade or Sell
the
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proud of sale of
parents a baby trusters" in 1933 Landis' final the the Palmetto prop. of Collier County Floridaat .
girl. She weighed 7 Ibs, II oz., THE FARMS ", ,:;;:,' : 't- public' la I.. 10 the rngh.it, and

and she has bean named Vallada government post was as adviseron Normal summer preparation of erty.Argument over admission of bait bidder of the. for Building cah. C el.In the NanletToller front. 25' eh" C,." and lraul.r for
regulatory door '
government ages.cies
Jean She was born July 15th. to President John F. Ken. farm land Is proceeding good Cordon's testimony took up County Florida. at 1100 Top/ Quality] sal. ., .'rod.Or I.. Vandorbull5och K.lio asOuItstror

The Rev. George Sellers of nedy. shape with most grower whoplan 3: ) most of the day A'" on Au' cot It lTOT SCOTT%' 101 ".

the Church of God reports the He was dean of Harvard Law a fall crop about ready to start ;E. / Federal Judge George Young Clerk' of the Circuit, Court
Gospel at the church Sun. their planting operations In ear. told "AL)
sing School from 1937 to 1946. the Jury that Gordon's testimony By EOITH TYGETT tITTiii1 S7-Homei For Sale
day was well attended with peo. In his early Washington days ly August. A few growers have ('OOl'tItATIOS: MHlMI: was an opinion based on Deputy Clerk

pie from LaBelle, Punta Gorda, known hard already planted some acreage, ON WATHlWAiSXr. the evidence and that It was not PEEBLES AROYROOPOSRTSON .
he was as driving 4 CRACr
} Bedroom unfurnnhod hew
Fort Myers Placida, and Cho. a chain smoker and a good card although: not on a large volume.At serious HalrrH>r|, IHMIIIHnioir to be considered as "substan P 0 a.. tit FOR YOUR DRIVING'' for rent Ml t losS >/ll it
koloskee least one grower is reportedto tive evidence" of the transac. Dunedin. Florida JJSJI PLEASURE:
attending. h anil, !
player. He also had trampedover popular' em' )rat ninrr Attorney for Plaintiff, Th. 'ollo..nl Cilln Lam Mula-,
The Church of God will spon. Civil War battlefield.A have young tomato plants up nioir |l'r >Miirr I. ;put on r\i.ting fa tlons.Asst.. July 11 IM Mtll ape New Car Trade me Brick Veneer f Bedroom 2 bathCerport
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sor a fish supper Saturday.Serv neighborhood every boy found the about 4 inches high. However llllir., 1 hi. nir.il. ,thai. .ill;i U""- . U.S. Atty. Arnold Levine 1961 Crown Imperial Loaded In feel to rroIu. fireplere'.innt. tlove North per Na.I. .

ing will begin at 5 p.m. The menu this Is more or less on a speculative of the "It, '...)" niu-l I ha, ii In HIiiMTtr said the Palmetto property NOTICE OF HEARING eluding Air Cond IIMO Just t'\:W>"i'ilI'"ftn:
will body and tried artificial respira | with, rail h] ,ttw, II >,.u urmil Notice ll hereby given that the Slat s
be basis
of HT Lfledod
: fi.h. a possible ear. transaction the first of 59 4 Door
swamp cabbage tlon. Landis was wearing swim rral funnliai with the stun was applicant luted below neve applied ISIS Cadillac TY 10 N Trail Ml, 'Sln_
baked beans and hush.pupples. ly frost In the North which would which would be summarised to the Federal Home loan 5aribSoard Including' Air Cond I ISM O
mine truiJts. He had a history 'Irllimn ,,, cif >!ir". Ir) In "liarnMKiir .. .
point fo tPd.rat ..n"
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Polstonof create a market for early tomatoes and tax liability computations parmuocuan 1 t J Bulck Invicta \.eIelll") 4 hd,....... t kolht, near the
Thi hurt d LOIn Aocua
of heart trouble.An alxmt it -iiiiunanupplird S avutrscan eluding' Air Con 11910 a..,,, III 500
Winter Haven spent several autopsy was ordered to de. here. As one grower said, l h> ,tIm. ru.iin.lr: i lliuHiinSr prepared Ion to b. lou.d, ,in tmmOlsti.. 5droom..... I lath. ISO'. too'
days with Mrs. Polston'.brother "Sure It's a gamble but who ... 4loulil Gordon also testified that Ro Cult..' County FloridaA 1142 Rambler Ambattador We 10' 111.500
termlne the cause of death. S'mir trip 'ull grtlllltiJ hearing will I be held on thaopl ion Leaded Including Air t Bedroomt, I lath 4 Fie
and sister.ln.law Mr. and Mrs. Landis' career was marred II is a bigger gambler than a far. gero, a former State Road on.It.ti e clock' in-the forenoon Cond list room 110.500|

Walter Garrett. months ago by his conviction on mer?" we must admit, he's ab. fi hiny, Ml that, limit (ihrimrna.k Board member, told him In on. l Monday 064. In. Suite the I"October CIt d.IL.ttur- of MM Plymouth' ttetion Wtein By appointment .1....

of solutely right and silently cross tr to l I. left( il'it: TliM, lo nutlike 1960 that a $19,000 item on Ms Carrier! i. 100 indiOna AC A e..u'Iul ltstppurg Ca' un Atiocittet
BIRTHDAYMrs. a misdemeanor charge filing In the that he to hr tat Imalt ur 1938 income tax return was list enue .N IUVd'n: WeihingiiWritten : 0 Luc Me Out Virgil Marcum
our fingers hopes )1 Other Clean Tradet lo
late federal Income tax returns.He led \\t\ (hr wukr. of a !KI.| ,that notice of intennibe to CDp. .
rIM From
Richard Stanley honored this time and all ed as "management Income. , teerOi.OI Ch""
is right on .IIon'f DEWEVTOLLYREALTY
and said '" iii p..on O' h ,
had the taxes niinil
paid i u,,"'- ,tun i lam*. krrp in that thI application' and .p.cj, Bank Rat Financing
her Lou with used the term
Robbie said he
a
ambles. Rogero
daughter future .
.1v
the late filing was Just "folly." ( a hni 4 li.limiun i. tiiillinn, hr mat Obl.ct.OflC 10 Ca .PP"c"O"" ,I\ould
party on her fourth birthday at He was sentenced to 30 daysIn Quinton Presley has opened lute a long hnr tiailnii' Ix-hind hit, "management Income" because filed outS the Fedtrel Home Loan
the park Monday. Games were resturant In the building ruin alto he didn't have a broker's 11. Conk ao..d .1 teats it days b.toriIt'
prison but served it mostlyin a new "Imat. \ thiiliL.lillr., ,im data of 'ii. Caarin, An0 ,usI Corner of lit Ave Uo 4
played and favors given to each a hospital because of heart formerly occupied by Alene's i ulilr. ,in toe i low i an .*.,h 'lit the cense and didn't want to get .'....d parson ....t .pp..' ,n p" ,on T.........' Trail
child. Ice cream, birthday cake, and aliments. Sundries, between second Street |III'> Kith hit piiifllrittatrr | involved with the Florida Real son 0' bt attor'aC and ..b.,1 ant'.odant. Ml I 4)M
nerve .t Ouch troarurS prtunlrito
and punch were served. Those Because of the conviction he and third Street on Main. The nkilni -- V atrr .kinhu Estate Commission the gueitione a tics.' 'in "iuuuuof thrynltr Plymouth Int.
and Rox. ire on.ulrralianil nm-l of ihrin tueh appearance y'd.nCl' may
attending were: Kathy new resturant will serve regu.
was suspended from the New their b. lubmitied in writing N. Tamlaml Trail 58-Lot For Sal.WATENFRONT.
Townsend Wayne.Donald Pat. err ",lll lrto krrp dl-lam f FOR :/UO/
ty and TilE NEWS
; York Bar for a year. lar meals and short orders linalnirn llnwriri CALL PHILIP' L CIaFWS
ty and Beth BrownKenneth; Kar. Securities will be open seven days a week (ram ollirr water RUBBER STAMPS WILLIAMCARL J po"n" Napln LOTS
Landis wrote the i.n.nlrral.1.'
kirr. d en, and! Frank Narkl; Jimmy Act of 1933 and became chair. from 5 a.m. till 10 p.m.. All new amount nf 1:1: :, -mr| ;t Olhri:: teat SARA A JONFI too C".yt f 0' ltd ?'ano VAHDr"e'LT ESTATES IIACH

Granger; Connie Jaye Carver; man of the Securities and Ex. equipment was placed In the new nirn i mi .ho.. thru i iuVralinn IDA ROBERT GERTRUDE T BENSON DOUe Good llcon' ear Mt 2 roll Lei I Block k Unit 1-215500
and Bobble Stanley. Mrs. Law. change Commission two years business Including: eight new tab. litla> iiit..iv fnmi ilir -11111111' ; PUBLIC NOTICI MAURICE B BAtKIN lilt, Lot I : Block J Unit: I-JMO 00
rence Brown Mrs. Dallas Town. lee and chairs plus a very neat anil! Undlnn tiff UHI| lit llirkin-. JAMES T GAUNT' Owner netdt caih Don Holland
later. He returned to Harvard In JAMES W CRISP. JR IIM Ford r., Automat Irant. 740 Illrd A,.. Trteturo It-
send andMrs.Frank Narkl assist. counter. m, r the urnrral ilirnliiin, tim. ..kit i LIO..L HOTICI July il. 19. g210IN mittion Good tecond Car. Sao lend Florida.
1937. Mill BO 1 i. i onlritllril, in a Imitr rti \ NOTiCE 0' "U.LIC .r""IHO tl R,ver Park Apt 0 I. 7751W39Acreage
A continuation, of a Public Hear 7121 tftnsa
''nl' ,In Ihr' Iwial ilntrr. 1I' nnporunl 'PI .u''ycaiidao C N.adoc Wednttdav THE" CIRCUIT' COURT OF THE
tit,it the liritrr n-r .. nun, h July art end Thursday. TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN Tltund.r-rdtto'dtOp N 4a
"rl' .i ill'n.n *. |Mi.'i.lr| July fth I 1554 al S 00 A M to hear AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY P..... ...n....S sas Faq
'- -kin, ilitma Thr .km ,h.rt hkrIhr I objection" recommeneat, ,ont. .,< FLORIDA 'O'f ar to"d"" 0" rg LOm "nuuuas. OlSTREM"' Owner "....
to the prose.sdIeI.d Zonmi Ord IN CHANCERY moneyl' It Cc... 1150 tOtal
'fl.llr.mrn, l-k.. imlt lo I.. 'Irftlonr Mi ? 41i4 attur S PM
Cia
nanre o' the c-y el Nepie CASE NO' 2101OtORQCNE price, Collier County Reel El
\.l-.| -kin. .t" r Auiutt t KM ,n the Council" Ghent .nl,ff
If
titer 5/20
M, Imatinrll knoMIhrt
fill
1L "''II lo b'r> C""\, Hell Ml lib Street. v. 40 Autot Repairs Parts
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tie III .11 a ionrr South. Napiet i FiordeARCHIE CARL MAZOR 1
.kill .I". lUt. i ti-in-,1 I Hilh tlulr IMMNEft Mayor D.tondartNOOtCI FRONTAGE
.ATICIT TO DEFEND M ecret h.gh 4 dry lend lIla
.. "I Iig, .d I .1",1., ,
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| Cite, Lehman City, Clerk TO CARL VAZOSADONESS LOOK HEREI I I mil., from courthoute MAR.
I. ,.| Illl uoI. amt July I 17 31 I'M *212\ UNKNOWN LOWE 4 BECK 41) lift Avo
o"'imniri. I iiinim.n ..n.. ill.Hi" You ere hereby no*.f,.. that a Seuth, Ml 1 OZIl/ '/IIIIOMETMINO
.. Out for d'vorc hat b.*n f,led Wondering where to fo !
lhal ,Iniilmrn I. ." a /1".1 l ill- IN THE COUNTY oor'l couftrIN of DIFFERENT' IN
Court
C t
tie
g* nit you in lam r .i"j> I from *''miming arrattiiitunrt. AND 'Olt Celia.Covot FIada 'un Ceneery With your car problem I ACREAGE
% COLLIt COUNTY Pt.ORiOAis | : NOW I acre trade locetedlull
MAZORthe 0
mi llir ether hand 'tuiulil where n GEORGENE ,
a C stave 0' Factory Fin el Ptml Job .
one mile from US 41
.,., Hiiliin,, a.1, t ai'a.--i"t-r, III! saucy WATSON MC WIN Pia' nt.ff and and you you are are,.qu..d the Defendant toaerve Wrecbt PrekuiH Drive on lo Ihit property'with
"It *hrn l.j|. arr oirralmt.' on thesaterca ..'"oTiee a cop? ef eniwer or Tu"tupt your own ear end compero It.
I ll ,ioflrn iliffn, nil forIhr TO cfttotTOfts plead.n g to the sri. u0 Ccmpia, Front end egeintt tny Mh.rl Only 111
Ail of of gnmeM
"
cred tore the aMa
,, for 0, _n'taupon Pie, ."t-"ff i A'lor down full pr.ce |>M For
l" ,l Irivri i -|1' '| i .mninirr in SAUCY WATSON MC WIN deceeted PO Motor Overhaul further informetion centect
GOLDBERG
ZEMEL I
,the Malrr ere hereby netif,ed end re, ooy'o O T
and Jon.i In ,
Boa IM Fort Mt'o'Ftsruda Trantmitt PabaIILsb'Catuart EnterpriKt. *
t 'I"'"'' The tui'ing .nlhil.l brad ch to tia, mohave eny cie,mt aiemat.. demendewh sad file ru, or.g,nal An..... or Piaadufl5 Midway IIJ40. p. 6. Be. ii
they
.., ,i-k- tn\ Illtlr I 11 i.i-, h., UalIIMI ..,... in the office, of the CountyJvdM in the o'f.ce o' the Curl, of the .'....
of Collier Florida, Circu Court of Coll. County 66-IniuranceiJACOtR
like County
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1. ., da en er be'ore Auluulf
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v ,41- Pro
r.t > e/ithm e'. calender" monthtfrom If yefeil 10 d* M Decree Dent fo*>b any further
..It.| ", I hi. !I.,,? I. i tiii. li"i MM* the dele of the f rt| public.lien Conf.iie will be token egamn /ou too ..w, Moot Lacy: PayiliiPtau
rf .iiil-iiit. 1,1,lie., ,fl5i, 'Li' Md.Jlnt of thie notice (act ela.m :; for, !., ..I..9 demanded m the com ,.,., A..I. Come Owner..
demand mutt ke ," writing and 5'" Ingrtm' Chevrolet Inc
--- 4l..4rl thni. I I------- \ wait.iii .. ORDERED "' .pl. INSURANCE'
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see..dnesafid
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mutt title place
,..VI It 4,1.-Ihrt l.jl 4, tr.fl, pent office addreit of the deimant Flor, tItus M day .f Jul tOT tOM lit tin si N MI' t IIMNaploe. 12* Mh Ave "North
has for
Trail Cit Ml 17SSI ? '
Tamiaml MtDHIVU'S
STATION north applied a /1
NEW GAS T ?
on . MARGARET -
I li..U tin. ,. "i|1' Rrurnl.l' >''II I arrir. and muet ke toorn t* ky the Fie44Mobile
liccna": to ncll beer by the six-pack Application will come up at next .,,Hi.itilr. tin am .Iom.,. .....-., clamant. hie. ....nt.. or l's, attorney. Clerk .f Circuit, Ca.rttOtAL I1Th1ltI lIt
or it will "' void act or dine.to
Wednesday's City Council mertinif. Zonmir and Plnnnin Board Wednesday l I.t Ihr" "dk- ..1 l timr Ualt. lei*. By EDiTH TY3ETT Homes RENEW YOUR
Council not consid Krantmjr, the request 'lout aIhrt n-r it i..,"-'rI)It DATE July' tt IM4T Deputy Clerk'
recommended that
-in,,,,,,. I,ia. '" "t'1, ....I.I lo tWirr /0toabuita Mofo.. Priceaacatsa fCMC4 GOLDBERG, home. ,ur. UUHSlURIHS
Mobile
of th. letata of Attor for Pi*'nl ftl J by to"
because ialo of bcr in the board' opinion M not a use "customarily ... eyt .
: w "() \nd """ I ia.-- Harry Wteee "'cl..n l too t Broadway mthed f Bedroom, full "h. YOUR '
incidental to the operation" it gas stations. City ordmam-e permit tit she, ling |I' taLes '11" ,....1 I Ifrition D.c.amdJt.iy Ntt'ars. FIsuda" Air Coridiliooed. Cot or termeCell I
U. II. Atig ||. MM tin 35} Aug 7. 1.:1 IN *211 ."., I 00 p m MIt Stat l BJ.RTHMONTM t
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El I'' t. L COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, July SI, t964 Tapping Brings .ta k The Tides Apartments .


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Meet Ranger . Hope For More : '

Negroes Sold To
Naples BuyerAd
In Mine
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II Impasse With crashed Schurmeler 8 to 10 said miles Ranger from the 7 AP CHAMPAGNOLE) Feeble tapping, France heard Miner of Ad Miller Asso. so-c ailed luxury strip of accommodations .
(
precise target point in a north. today from the limestone elates, Inc., announces the sale which has sprung up
ern extension of the Sea of again of The Tides,, the luxury apart In recent years on the northernend
mine beneath Mt. Rlvel height.
Clouds. ment at 1801 Cult Shore Boule. of the beach, and 13 one of

NY DemandsNEW The left half of the moon was ened possibly hopes an 11th that -a miner 10th.tnd may vard, to a Naples resident. three purely rental facilities dlr

darkened by earth's shadow at have survived the cave-In four Philip M. Francoeur of 373 ectly on the Gull
YORK AP) After the time of Impact days First Street, North, Is the pur. According to Mr. Miller, the
talks with Mayor( Robert F. '11 was a faultless trajecto. aeOoThe tapping was heard for chaser, having bought the ground, new owner, Mr. Francoeur,plans
building, furniture and fixtures only minor changes in the
"
Schurmeler said "The 1m. opera.
Wagner over a four-day period, ry, more than four hours at iriegu-
nom the Gulf Coast Corpora. tlon and that The Tides
close to the pledges
point was very .
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., has pact lar Intervals last night, then resumed
tlon, headed by Tom H. Bartel will continue to be an outstand.
given no Indication of any target again at 8 a.m. A Urge
dl. 01 Detroit Mich. ing and well operated facility
Dr. William H. Pickering,
agreement on major demandsby drill was hurriedly Installed
rector of the laboratory, much. The price was not revealed,
New York Clty'i Negroes above the spot. ;
criticized for past failures, said: ; but It is understood that it ran
At a newt conference Thursday Nine miner who es, ...peelMonday' ert
he urged round.theclocJtnegotiations "We've had our troubles but rockfall are being well into six figures. Miller represented States Rights
this was both the buyer and
It looks now as though
on a Harlem uniti'committee's supplied with food, clothing and
Every. seller In the transaction.
nine-point pro. a textbook operation. other necessities and appeared
gram. thing apparently performed as In no immediate danger The Tides is a two story build. Party Doesn'tShow

He also called Police Com. It should." The tapping came from a R 'i.' rw 1} I 1 AsF"y; ., Inc with penthouse, situated 'Ii:'.
missioner Michael J. Murphy Several hundred newsmen point where two of the five min. ectly on the Gulf of Mexico. The At Probe
"utterly unresponsive" to Ne. and laboratory employes I ers still missing were known to first floor contains five hotel
groes' demands. parked In an auditorium for the have been working Monday rooms, four efficiencies,six one- TALLAHASSEE (AP) The

Wagner who has twice ached news conference, gave Picker. when a tunnel In the quarry .. ... _. - .- -.- ......-.... bedroom apartments and one two. Florida Legislative! Investlga-
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uled and then canceled news Ing a standing, noisy ovation mine caved in, entombing 14 bedroom apartment. On the lions committee called the Na.
conferences after meetings with when he entered. NEA Radio-Telephoto) second floor are six hotel rooms, tional States Rights Party todayan

King, said he would have a Pickering said two more men.Any other survivors, without MINERS ENTo\IBED-Rescue: workers watch as a bulldozer digs into a crumbling hill. five efficiencies and seven one. antUsemetlc, antl.Negro or.

statement today The two men Rangers would be launched ear. nourishment for four days tide near Champagnole. France, in an effort to reach survivors of a group of miners bedroom apartments. Since all ganlzatlon that has nothing to
had three meetings of about four ly next year Evaluation of to. would be near the limit of en. caught in a chalk mine cave-in. the hotel rooms can be i'onnec t. do with states rights.
hours each. day's photographs, he said, -ed with an adjoining room and "Merel calling themselvesthat
After last week's racial riot. would determine whether the sold en suite, The Tides has ," said Sen. Bill Young of
log and looting In Harlem and same target area would be cho.durance.WEATHER unusual flexibility of operationand Plnellas Park, a committee
In the Bedford tuyvesant sea can accommodate overnight member, "does not establish
Office Of The Future
tlon of Brooklyn, Harlem lead. sen.Today's pictures were the THE ASSOCIATED Post guests as well as people who them as a slates rights party."
ers made two principal de. first close shots, but not the By PRESS wish to make protracted sta\'.. The committee's action came

mands: first space-made photographs, Albany clear 80 50 The apartment building Is located In an open meeting attended by
1. Suspension of white police of the moon. The Soviets' Lunik Albuquerque, cloudy 93 67 on 1(0 feet of seawalled no representatives of the National >

Lt. Thomas R. Cllllgan, who III photographed the hidden Atlanta, cloudy 83 72 On At World's Fair beach frontage, and the pro. States Rights Party. Sen.
shot and killed a Negro boy. backside of the moon from 40,< Bismarck cloudy 76 68 Display perty Is 430 feet In depth.II Robert Williams of Gracevllle,

Police say It was done In self. 000 miles in 1959. But qualitywas Boise, clear 94 55 holds a large swimming pool,, acting chairman, called twice
defense. The shooting touched no better than that from Boston, clear 83 58 shuffleboard courts and a blacktopped for representatives to come for.
off the bloody rioting. earthly telescopes. Buffalo, clear 71 50 Visitors to the New York envelopes rapidly around a and postmarks envelopes at parking area. It is in the ward in the sparsely attended

2. Formation of a civilian Schurmeler said the pictures Chicago, cloudy 74 67 World's Fair from Naples havean wheel-like mechanism and places a rate of 500 letters a minute. meeting. None came.
board to review cases of alleged should tell surface charatterls. Cincinnati cloudy 87 63 unusual opportunity to seea them upright on their longest Letters are sorted to go all . . . . . . . He said he had Invited Dewey

police brutality. tics of the moon "whether Cleveland, clear 72 52 post office of the future. Post- side. They then move into a over the world by machines which Taft of Tampa, Florida secre.
Murphy has opposed both de., there are rocks or boulders, or Denver, cloudy 93 64 master J.K. Rogers said today. machine which cancels stamps position the mall so that the addresses Today InHISTORY tary of the NSRP to attend to.day's .
mands. Wagner has expressedhis lots of craters." Des Moine.,rain 76 64 A carefully-chosen of" are visible to an opera- meeting and speak beforethe
"complete faith" In Murphy. Detroit clear 75 56 group committee.
80 tor who sits in front of a key-
LOVING CARE!: employees from New York But Taft he said declined to
Asked about Wagner's reaction TENDER Fairbanks cloudy 61 56 Grand Gets ,
to the two demands King Pickering elaborated Fort Worth, clear 98 75 area post offices man the facility Jury board similar to that on a typewriter . . . . . . . attend any meeting of the com.
would have to : which handles all the Fair's By pressing the correct mittee until after Aug. 15.
said Wagner Helena, clear 88 50 PRESS i
"We all know the area select. By THE ASSOCIATED
mall and some from the Flushing Details Of Riot buttons, 100 letters a minute re Williams said the Aug. 15
that. Honolulu 86 74
answer cloudy is 31 th
ed (for the target) Is a very Today Friday, July e
1 He said "explosive possibili smooth area as seen from earth. Indianapolis, cloudy 84 66 New York area. The out- automatically directed to bins 213th day of 1964. There are 153 date was significant In that It

ties" are still In Harlem "and But as far as the Apollo astro. Jacksonville clear 93 74 side mall Is used to keep the At Rochester NY for 50 different destinations. days left In the year. was the deadline for qualifying
they will subside to the degree naut program Is concerned one Juneau, M MM highly mechanized devices operating A larger device,the Burroughs Today's highlight III histoivt minor parties in Florida to got

that the administration seeks to question must be answered: Kansas City, cloudy 91 79 at "lull tilt." ROCHESTER N.Y. (AP) A sorter drops letters and cards On this date in 1777, the Mar. them on the Nov. 3 general

remove the conditions that What Is the exact nature of the Los Angeles, cloudy AO 63 The post office handles approx- detailed report, analyzing the into 131 different bins at a rate quls de La Fayette offered his election ballot.
brought them on at first." area of the moon we can landon Louisville cloudy 80 65! imately 250,000 pieces of mail causes of last weekend's rioting of 58 letters per minute for each services to the struggling Amer' The NSRP has nominatedJohn

t ?" Memphis, clear 88 74 each day. In; tochester, today was In the of the twelve operators.The lean colonies. Congress prompt.ly K asp e r, of Nashville,
\ Asked why It would take 24 Miami, clear 86 82 Postcards friends and hands of a grand Jury Invest work area Is surroundedby accepted the offer and made, Tenn., for president and J. B.
to relatives Stoner of M ablet Ga. for
hours to release the pictures Milwaukee cloudy 68 63 back home gating the racial strife. a ramp and gallery for visi- the French nobleman a major on, ,
area item.
big Williams said
70 64 vice president.
Pickering said Mpls.st.P., cloudy The voluminous police report general.
Alabama LawyerIn About 30,000 are mailed from tors which Is open from 11 a.m. the party was seeking 7,500 signatures .
"I assure we're going to New Orleans,clear 89 69 was compiled by the Police Du. On this date:
you
New York clear 85 62 the Fair each day. One third of to 6 p.m., seven days a week. on a petition to put the
Top GOP Post process these pictures with ten. reau's Internal Inspection dlvt. In 1877, Thomas A, Edison t I
Okla. 96 72 these are addressed to Tape recorded vignettes explainthe party on the ballot. So far, he
der, loving care. It will take sev. City, cloudy patrons slon and Is based on testimony took out an early patent leadingto
WASHINGTON (AP) JohnE. al hours to process them care. Omaha, clear 83 73 overseas. gathered from scores of wit. action on the work floor and his later development of the, said, 500signed.

Crenler, 33, a Birmingham fully and obtain the scientific Philadelphia, cloudy 84 62 Foreign visitors have no trou- nesses to the violence. describe the operations of each phonograph.In The committee Identified Kas.
attorney and Alabama Republl.can Information we hope to get. Phoenix cloudy 95 73 ble understanding U.S. post The grand Jury reportedly Is machine. 1917, the World War I Bat' per as a racial troublemakerwho
chairman, has been namedto "It will take several addition. Pittsburgh, clear 75 53 operations. The facility has staff laying the groundwork for felo. Outside the building mailboxes tie of Flanders began had changed from an are

succeed William S. Warner as al hours for the board to study Ptlnd, Me.,clear 82 54 members who speak 20 languages ny charges of riot and Inciting from 21 countries serveas In 1953, Sen. Robert A. Tart,, dent supporter of the National
executive director of the Repub. the first pictures Ftlnd, Ore., cloudy 67 55 a riot. More than 200 personsare background for the red, white R.OIHo, died after a long and i Association for the Advance.

lican National Committee "We may be able to get the Rapid City cloudy 92 71 expected to be Indicted. and blue box of the United States.A distinguished career In the U.S. ment of Colored People
Postmaster that Stoner Identified
Crenler, named Thursday by pictures out to you as early as Richmond, cloudy 80 64 Rogers notes The probe entered Its fifth stainless steel Senate was as an
COP National Chairman Dean late this evening, but I can St. Louis, cloudy 87 69 residents of Naples who attend day today and was seen contln. prototype Ten years ago floods In I attorney for the Ku Klux Klan
mall box tested an eventual -
Burch, served as southern re. promise you you will have themat Salt Lk. City clear 100 76 the Fair and wish to tryout their uing through next week. being as the Teheran area of Iran klllec I who sought anti-semetiP leglsla.
glonal chairman of the C ol er.for.President Committee. Ing. We hope to know sometimethis San Fran., clear 62 54 either talk with the multilingual about 350 were Injured In the dard box used for the past forty .

Warner was named earlier In afternoon just when we'll Seattle cloudy 6614! window clerks or listen to a tape weekend melee. years Is located at one of the Five years ago U.N. Secretary ..

the day as campaign chairmanfor have something to release" Tampa, clear 92 76 recorded presentation In the post Police Chief William Lombard Fair's busiest intersections. General Dag Ham.', Mercury Dips To

Rep. WlllUm E. Miller, the A great cheer went up from Washington, cloudy 89 65 office lobby which features Individual Thursday commended his police Postmaster Rogers suggeststhat marskjold met with French
Republican candidate for vice schlentlsts and newsmen as. Winnipeg cloudy 76 67 earphones for those who officers for their conduct, cour. Naples area visitors to the President Charles de Gaulle and: Freezing Point
(M-Missing; T-Trace) and what he described as to have warned'I
president. sembled at the Jet Propulsion : speak Japanese, French Ger- age Fair express their commentson was reported
"restraint In the face of the that the U.N. Assembly might In Pennsylvania
Laboratory, which made and man, Italian and Spanish. the new box by dropping a
guided Ranger, at word of com. New equipment on hand Includes most severe provocations on the note addressed to the "Super- adopt an Algerian resolution I ST. MARYS, Pa. (AP-The
pletlon of the cliff-hanger mis. Suicide ChargeOf part of the mob intendent World Fair Post Office" , hostile to<< France mercury dipped to 32 degrees
an experimental Pitney- Several hundred city and One The U.N. Se.
.ion.It. the modernistic year ago 'early today In this northwest.
Skeeter e was the first success In a$200mllllon Bowes Centrifeed which spins state police with National through runty Council asked for an embargo ., town and frost
SectIs mall slot. Postage is not necessary ern Pennsylvania
lunar Investigation Lumpas Guard troops standing by to on arms shipments to was reported In the area.Drle .
(Continued from page 1)) program that has seen 12 Plan help If needed--continued to pa. If they wish visitors Portugal for use in maintaining

without being dangerous to the straight shots go awry. The lat. Fatal To 65 Moratorium trol the Negro sections where may discuss their reactions wit I rule over her African territor. Carefully And LivenV11V15UDEMOTORe
bird population. est, ranger 8, was most heart. violence flared out of control. clerks at the post office building. les.

Board member Robert Lin- breaking because It looked per. LUSAKA Northern Rhodesia Hits Local SnagIn
Illustrated"economic feet until the final seconds when (AP) Determined disciples of

effect dabury of aerial fogging on the cameras Ranger wouldn't 7's two go on.wide-angle the were fanatic reported Lumpa massing religious today sect In St. AugustineST. I STGCKS- E:

community" by noting that a visiting NOON
cameras started functioning on another area of Northern Rho. ft t
AUGUSTINE (AP) The
couple who had rented a command 18 minutes and 40 desla after government forces
lllltilir mlllllllllllu
local president of the Southern ., ,
about up,, , n
home here were Just readyto seconds before impact at an al. mopped up their headquarters Christian -u
leave because of the mosquitoes. village LeadershlpConference
tltude of about miles.
1,300
says there'll be no moratoriumon NEW YORK (AP)-Stocks at noon:
Then the aerial fogging reduced Four narrow.angle cameras The Northern Rhodesian gov. civil rights activity by Ne.

the mosquito population started transmitting three min. ernment said its troops killed 65 gross In St. Augustine, Allis Chal 211/4 Fla Pw 511\ Penney 58
and the visitors had a utes later. Lumpas and wounded 50 more : Pa RR 36 1J
changeof The president, Dr. R. B. Hay. Alcoa 671. Fla P&.L 80\4\
heart, Llndabury said. They A spokesman said there was of the warrior tribesmen who ling a Negro dentist, said St. Am Air 48 Ford 51S/a PepCol 60lh 60
plan to stay and build a home no interruption during the en. made a suicidal charge Thurs. Augustine's Negro Integration. Am Brk 5834 Fureh Tr 33Y Phil Mor 74
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Beechcrafts. Board membersand 228,689 miles. refugee Africans have reportedthe hoped there would be no need Anaconda 45\1 aryhnd 255/ Sean 117/! : i

Watson visited both ot those Ranger's path to the moon Lumpaa massacred 200 in. for such demonstrations.Dr. Armour 473/a Gulf Oil 59% Sinclair 4514, i
districts and considered oral and was curved and it took 67 hours, habitants of two villages near Hayling was responding to ACL 79 Hon'weU lZH. Socony 82'1a

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tion experts before deciding the mile night. Police said a large concentra. there King Jr., SCLC's founder Beth Stl 371'. lot Nick 7714 St Brand 78th
Oeechcraft would be a better Ranger 7 was launched Tues. tlon of the sect was reported and national leader, for an end Boeing 55's ant Pap 32.k StO NJ 87'1
day morning from Cape Kenne. gathering at Chlpundu, 70 miles to racial demonstrations until Borden 7M. Jones&.L 8n. Studebak 73/S
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was reported that the Beech- Some of the pictures for which feared the fighting would spread election.Dr. Cater Tr 3411 Ken'cott 851,. Texaco 80n

craft was considered a more scientists were waiting were e y, through Northern Rhodesia's Hayling said "Dr. King Celanese 73 big &. My 80 Thiokol 14
aneuverable plane and that Lee parted to show objects the site bush.covered northern province, could not tell us what to do on Chrysler 51t Loch'd 353fa UCarb lZ4%
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planes because of the long dls-' The followers of Lumpa pro. water, coldwater highwater or Com Ed 53% Mag'vox 3064 Un Fruit 221.
race of the fogging runs there.. phetess Alice Lenshlna showedno lowwater Is elected won't have Con Edls 921MM&M 591. US Steel 585/ SPACE IN A I
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government spokesmansaid with made 401 N.AmAv 4811
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a DC3. If the DC-3 was -
six soldiers were slightly
John !
Wednesday night by B. J.
not a suitable plane, "It wouldbe wounded. .
son, an aide to King Johnson
a real dog to re-sell," LIn- The troops moved Into Stone said he was certain the civil +_
dabury commented. and routed a number of spear- rights forces here would go
armed women from the sect's AVAILABLE AT MAM MARINA INC.
Watson pointed out that the along with any national mora ,
specification sheet will providethat brick "cathedral' with tear gas, torlum on demonstrations.The LOUISE MERRELL Collier County's Authorized
find Alice
but they couldn't ,
Naples district officials take founder of the 11-year-old sect call for curtailment of Evlnrude Boat and Outboard Motor Dealer
a look at the low-bid plane before which numbers adher. massive racial marches and sit.
75,000 Ins Issued by King and five
It
buying "Elthertheytakeyou
ents.
to the plane or take the planeto other eluded civil small rights local leaders demonstra.ex. dotsIii tJeeng Just entothe, good things about Evinrude's new Sport.16i.

you" he said. Bidders pro- Don't IleA Littrrbug tions. is the room it gives you. Mart room than most "8-footers 1

bably would do the latter because Usable room. Plenty of storage space to you can go to

It Is cheaper, "and we would tea with nothing underfoot It was built for fishermen.
know that the plane can fly that ;
} : Newest We to aboard for a "Revelation Ride"
far anyway. t':.'" : BurgerPalace Welcomes You To Naples' invite you step
Peter Brennan vice-president ...'!!I ...... We know you'll appreciate the room in the Sport-16 as

for public relations of Allegheny ,Kt I1 "t' ., Clothing Shop For Young People soon as you see it. But to really appreciate the rid of the

Airlines advised the board In Sport 1 you'\e got to try it. Stop in and make a date

a letter that a previouslyquotedestimated WEIGHT-WAT CHER? Featuring to take it out on a test-run. No obligation.
Strangely enough, Sophia
maintenance figure -
cost ''

was too low. Instead of her Loren figure never and worries thus can about happily v'I' EAST NAPLES Quality and Good Taste M & M MARINA

$15 per flight-hour. It should be finish off a piece of cake. ON THE TRAIL Most Attractive Prices me-
and hour At
between $44 $55 an ,
Including a reserve for major BONITA SPRINGS Between the Gojdtfft'Rittr Bridget on Tamlam! Trail

repairs when needed Bren -SPA & HOTEL -
OPEN 24 HOURSWhere Midway 24656EVIilIRl.JL7EM
nan laid. "Fogging Is )
note e Delicious food served inen
tough on an airplane" he atmosphere of leisurely MI 2-7400 335 5th Ave, So.
but he advised that the Beechcraft comfort! the Coffee Is Just THE| FINEST TORS

would be "a good bet" for the 10 miles north of Napleson 5C BCRGER IN TOWN
'Naples district Rt. 41





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