Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
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Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Publication Date: August 4, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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' : City/ Assessments Up Over $68 MillionThe / TJe

City of Naples'assessment A City Council levy of nine ed a tax roll that honors all decision invalidating the agree the Cat\ 's ontent ion that the con. I\JhZ\ 1963, and 1964 and > rile,'tI
roll subject to tax rose by$1,503, mills for the 1964.65 budget will existing submerged-land ton. ments. tracts arc \ slid, It was pointedout. i b", k taxes accordingly l>",vr
180 from last year, Tax Asses. yield $614,934.40, Plnkston said. tracts between the City and de. At first, the Cit considered 1't contracts, the (. rat .,r,>,' I ti.
lOr Bert Plnkston reported Moo. He also said t.S mills will pro. velopers. These contracts are drawing up two tax rolls.one If the i.mutt Court decision 11\ as acreage all developiowned \
day morning, soon after he open. duce $848,875.20. Last year, a In litigation, and City Council at honoring( the contracts, the other invalidating the agreements up. lots In certain waterf. ,jntsuiidfvlSlons.
td the roll for publlr inspection. nine-mill tax resulted in revenues W n.aday's meeting exacted not taking the agreements Into held Plnkston will have to reassess .
Despite a $2,893,000 deprecU. of 599040. Council Is ex. to join the developers appeal. consideration. Preparation of the property covered In) The net real propert. total: I 1
tlon of buildings and equipmentthis petted to hold the line on mill. ing a recent Circuit Court this "dual roll" might undermine the submerged land contracts for after exemption" in S62,7> .'P-:"
year by the assessor, add. age this year. up $998,670 from the 10! < i ft
ed value of new construction off. gure of W1.8J1.400. Th>' .\\II
set depreciation losses and re. NEW HOMES t> 's non-exempt( valuition N <,
suited In a net pin from $66, The Naples Tax Structure pies real estate this teat i I' $c i I.:
778,440 to $68,2(1,600. Pinks Plnkston said the net rise In 681,580, Count Tax As--5-ot
the tax roll from 1963 was due in
Sam '
ton said the 1964 total is tenta. Coldlng reports
tlve, but It Is not expected to part to 182 new homes being 196t-trnlltin 1965 Increase The Cltt's real, I'r"I''rll| tot,11 1 1U
added to the assessment records.The .
less than the ,
change by too much. $1,184,490 "un
A mill thus will bring In $1S, 1964 roll Includes only those neal property ...... _. 60.110,70 $68,266,611@ $ 79i,290' tvtltutfoA.. :
031.60 more revenue than It did buildings completed before January Household personal ... 8,781.920 3ttO.MO 2'73.610' difference, Coldtng cats, is ,Hit

last year If the tentative tax 1, so many millions of dol.lays' Business personal .. ....... 8.192,860 2,8 a.ito189.:1:10: : to the submerged.land <'onlld roll total announced worth of present building which the Count does not reiog ,
by Pinks
ton stands up. Citizens dtssa.tlsfled activity won't be reflected on the Total tax roll ........... 76,515,540 7-1.30,300 2.015.210: nine In making Its assessments, "T.-.r ,_

with their assessmentscan roll until next year. Total exemptions ............ 8.263.9 7.7lilF60 512,080 For parcels not affected b\ the SIGNING I I I IN- Costumed Princess Margaret cane.

appear before City Council The assessor said he acted un. Taxable total ................ 68,281.600 66,77 .410 1,503.160 land contracts, the City general, the guest book on her arrival it Minilon House in the Cityof ,
sitting as a board of tax equall. der instructions from City At. 1) has follow ed the county' valuation London for a Georgian Ball hosted by the Lord Mayer I
cation next Monday torney David Splngler and prepar. Net increase after ext'ntpllons to the dollar in recentears..


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I U.S. Alert For New Red o'S Ingram Case PasiecI1'CounciICity

Attacks On Naval CraftWASHINGTON : Faces Tough

(AP) In the they included the guided missile
wake of President Johnson's or. frigate Gridley, and the destroy.
der beefing up UA naval forces ers Preston and Fechteler.
off Communist North Viet Nam, Meanwhile, VJS. officials here
the giant U.S. aircraft carrier were watching to see If the Sun.
Constellation and three other day attack was an Isolated Incl. '
American warships set sail dent or part of a hazardous new k _
from Hong Kong today.A Communist strategy Problem On 5th'By

U.S. spokesman In Hong They said It was difficult to 4 s&&: $(,.
Kong said the four ships left ac. determine whether the sudden
cording to schedule. He declinedto attack Sunday which left one of
give their destination to the three Red boats burning, e
t to City Council without rerom. of most of the lulf.block vacant
say If the connected was an accident a misjudgment LYON
move was DAVID
meniUtlon. The mutton by Henry area on Sixth Avenue South be.
with Johnson's announcementthat or a deliberate provocation. Zoning Board of Appeals D. Watkins Jr stated that the tween Eighth and Ninth Streets.
followed If similar Red assaults are The
Sunday's attack
on "too Council has taken no action on
heardforecaststhat appeal presents a problem
the launched bolstered American this morning
VA destroyer Muddox by for to solve and the proposals though the Item
the Fifth Avenue South downtownarea complex us ,
three North Vietnamese naval units In the Gulf of Tonkin
boats torpedo were prepared to carry out will "go down the drain" asked that Council take action again Is on the agenda for to.
unless ample off-it reel parking1s : on solving the off-street parking morrow.
President Johnson's orders to d
III advance of the departure of
dilemma downtown Ingram recognized tmi the four\ vessels, shore leave destroy The President any attacking announced force. to r A provided period soon.of great growth lies i The City recently tightened Its lance of his request when he addressed .

was canceled for officers and newsmen Monday Ms shooUo. ahead for the Maples area, and I otr..tr.1'parklnl requirements, the board this morning
crew, and the ships apparentlywere kill orders to the Navy. Pre.rioualy t' businesses must expand to better ,, requiring one parking niece for "You are going to have to de.
placed on alert. 'hi 400 feet of clde what kind of town we are
I serve the growing numbers I ea< square
orders had been for the I. .
Besides the Constellation naval units to defend them I of potential customers But or i Most Fifth Avenue buildings do i, going to have," he said Ex.
selves' but not necessarily 12 GUESTS OF HONOR at a reception tendered by members of the Fifth Avenue with 1 Its llmlte destroy the attacker.In First Methodist Church Sunday night were the new pastor the Rev available land area, "where ,dt, the parking regulitlons, and ex.I .i Inca along Fifth Avenue Is need.
Ar dor Sunday's clash the Navy John E. Rice and members of his family Shown here at the refreshment you go If you want to expan I panslon Is thereby precluded i ed to "keep apace of the growth
disclosed Monday, the destroyer table are, Mrs.\ Rice Reverend Rice and their daughters, Pamela your business?" merchant Fre I Board chairman Dale Drem. and development of the city"
Maddox scored a direct hit on and Lynne. (NEWS photo) M. Shepard asked the appeal i erman observed that this puts a In I9S4 Ingram built His store It
one of the PT boats with a five. board. hardship on Ingram and on all building at 720.728 Fifth Avenue
Inch gun. The Communist craft Fifth Avenue merchants an i other landowners and merchants ''South, just west of Ingram Hard.
later was strafed by aircraft "stymied," he said. All sign, In the Fifth Avenue area ware, and spent extra money on
The from the carrier UJS.S. Tlcon. point to growth In Naples, 'butI t The appeals board's referral Its construction In anticipationof
deroga and left burning In the Rescuers Reach Trapped MinersCHAMPAGNOLE don't see It for Firth Avenue,| will go before Council at Its Aug., adding a second floor later
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS water. The Maddox was not Do we have to leave Fifth Avenue;, list 19 meeting, but someaajvcts Present footings ran support a
damaged and no American sail and go elsewhere If we want)t, of the Fifth Avenue parking pro. second story, and the slab al.

MOSCOW (AP) Premier ors were hurt. France As the giant American-made :1 tic and keep crowds away from to expand? To stand still Is t o J Hem probably will be discussed ready exists for the second floor,
0 Khrushchev has again put Germany U.S. Defense and State De. (AP)-A giant drill punched a oil drill Inched down through the ,t the;: hospital. regress," Shepard said at tomorrow's meeting! Ingram said
at the top of his list of un partment officials believe the shaft of freedom today for nine last feet of the escape shaft, the Mine officials said the 23. The board considered at length Then he reviewed his effortsto
r settled cold war Issues. PT boat sank A reconnaissance miners trapped for eight days engineers above ground were in :I inch drill ground through the the appeal by Roy Ingram for I I MVSTMEETPROBLEMy acquire land within 300 feet
Without the "achievement of flight over the area, In International deep In a collapsed llnestone constant telephone contact with :I final: shell of rock shortly before second story of his one.storbuilding liigram's appeal the first to of his store so he could provide
a German peace settlement" waters 30 miles off North mine. Then rescuers began gin. Andre Martinet foreman of the 1 I I p.m. without causing rock to at 720.726 Fifth Avenue 1 come up since the ordlnam stlf. sufficient off-street parking
there can be no additional re Viet Nam, found no trace of the gerly hauling the men to the shirt marooned at the bottom. I all<[ on the men. South. Shepard's office supply 1 fenlng off.street parking regula.) Available land either cost too
taxation of East-West tensions, craft. surface-one at a time In a ape. Rescue officials said the Workers who had labored forackbr.aklne business Is one of four storesIn 'lions was passed "Perhaps this much or was outside the parking
the Soviet leader said Monday Adm U.S. Grant Sharp, top clal metal capsule. men's morale and physical con. I> hours In the r... this building. Ingram's sin 1 will bring the problem to a head," ordinance's 300.foot radius, he
Khrushchev was Interviewed U.S. military commander in the First to reach the surfacewas dltion were excellent. ,4:ue effort at Mt. Rival rushed plication for a building permitwas Watkins said. said City Attorney David Splng. :
by Pravda and Izvestla In con Pacific said today, "The last Andre Jacques, 28, who Martinet kept an anxious eye :I forward ts the drill suddenly denied by the building of. An off.street parking commit. ler said the 300.foot radius
nectlon with the first uuilver. time we saw It, It was In seemed slightly dazed. He on the roof of the mine, watch. ,(Iropped several yards. It hadMen flclal because thi re was (Insuf., tee, formed this spring recent. might better be expanded to I .'
airy of the signing of the limit flames. I don't know If It sank shielded his eyes from the blaz. Ing for another rock fall that <1 Inching slowly downwardIn f Ic lent off-street parking on the manned to Council In June that 600 f.et. still within the limits et;
ed nuclear test ban treaty. He but the chances are pretty good fag sun until a rescuer gave could put him and his men Ir I final stages of the rescue ef lot.In several proposals "be adoptedand of where people will park their
said the pact had brought a It did." He said there were no him dark glasses new danger. I tort< to avoid collapsing the cell an unusual action the ap. executed at an early dale" cars and walk to shop
"store of trust" between the North Vietnamese casualties Relatives and other villagerswho Nine military ambulanceswith I Ing of the mine chamber. peals board referred the appeal Intruded was purchase and lease
cold war adversaries.He "that we know of, but there li had spent long, painful motorcycle police escorts WHAT'S AHEAD?
called for an International no way of telling." hours waiting on the slopes of stood by to rush each man tAfr w "Will Fifth Avenue always bea
agreement renouncing force In The State Department described Mt. Rival cheered as Jacqueswas to the Champagnole Hospital. street of flat-topped, one-story
territorial disputes. the engagement as an helped from the capsule.He Families of the nine men waitedat buildings?" Ingram asked the
"It Is necessary to suppressthe "unprovoked attack" and said it was put in an ambulanceand the hospital. Dr. Max Mon. board. It should give serious
breeding grounds of tensionIn was sending a protest to the sped to a hospital. tape, head of the medical rescue consideration to finding ran an.
the Caribbean In Southeast Communist North Vietnamese in less than an hour, five of staff, said the only casualty ewer for all of us," he said
Asia, In Cyprus and the Arab government the men had reached the sur. was Martinet who sprained an It fl Watkins noted that If t park.
peninsula" said Khrushchev. face.An ankle on the rubble two days ago. l log variance was granted to In.
engineer was sent down in An air of excitement
other downtown merchants
McCormack ThinksAnti.Poverty the before the first I IE If gram
BUDAPEST capsule res. spread through Champagnole. would ask for variances. In the
Hungary AP)
( cue. He was helping put the Hundreds of troops and police
said Ad
A pending agreement be. Bill last few months, he ,
men aboard and Instructing were brought In to regulate traf and
Miller Associates Holland
the Vatican and the Com.
them how stand In
to It for the
muni it Hungarian governmenton Will Pass House 250-foot ride to the surface. Bailey Inc. have decided to move
westward along Fifth Avenueto
church-state matters does WASHINGTON (AP) -Speak.er Those In the worst physical
new locations with ample off.
not deal with the perennialproblem condition sent Judge Stanley
of Joseph Cardinal John W. McCormack Mas. apparently were street parking nearby. .
sachusetts and other House up first.
described Sunshine Eu
Mlndszenty, a church source Democratic leaders told Presl. The 23.1nch drill had ground Cracks Down On Ingram
says. dent Johnson today they have through the final shell of rock (Continued 01 page S)
The agreement the first be. high hopes the antl-poverty bill shortly before 1 p.m., without E I
tween the Roman Catholic will be passed by the House causing a rock fall-one of the Young OffendersA Legal Status
church and the Communist re
McCormack talking with last fears.A + 1 } Jt
glme will give the Vatican the eM n
newsmen after the weekly hoisting rig then was set up .
16.year.old boy was commit.ted f
right to nominate bishops, but Of EasementOn
breakfast of Democratic con. hastily to lower the capsule Into
the government must agree be. gresslonal leaders with Johnson, the mine chamber. to OkeechobeeSchoolforBoys
Richard M. atMonday'
by Judge
fore function.
they can said the anti-poverty bill will Mayor Andre bode reported
The Informant said the Vati Juvenile Court session, City Agenda '
reach the House floor Wednes. electronic
that soundings taken The boy had been before the .
can and the Hungarians agreedto day and he expects a rote Fri. Monday night raised the chance
negotiate separately on Car. Judge two weeks ago for being One of the first items of bus.
that three of the five men
dlnal Mlndsienty, who has been day."The a runaway and a minor In pos loess at tomorrow mornlnc'.CIt,
Issue is simple," Mi. trapped In other parts of the session of alcohol. He had been Council meeting will be the Parks
a refugee In the UA legation Cormack said. "It is whether mine might still be alive. Ear. ,yt, .. u
another oc:
the on concerned
before judge Board report which
since the 19S6 Hungarian upris.
this will In Its tier had
country own soundings produced no
tag was put down.JERUSALEM caalon for incorrlgiblllty and run. with the legal status of an ease.
doors of results
open nine away.A ment along what once was Fifth
opportunity for those who can. 15.year.old boy was warnednot Avenue North between First
Israeli Sector not now share in the general Has Only Slight to drive a motor vehicle un. Street and the beach.
(AP) Israel has agreed to a prosperity And, by opening ill he obtains a license He had Property owners in the Alll
minor change in Its frontier those doors make taxpayersout Limp After Fall driven a motorbike without the ? gator Lake area maintain that the
with Jordan. of taxaters. owner's consent and without a dedicated for
_.5' easement was public
Israeli officials disclosed today "The poverty bill ls a long Down Five Stories driver's. license. "Dangerous as use several years ago to
their will relinquish standing debt that we owe '
government motorbikes and
BOCA RATON (AP) Jesse automobiles are, provide beach access tot resld.
a lOOby-123 foot plot In morally to those we have Olsson, 27.year.old construction cycles are three or four timesas ants In the Alligator Lake area.
Belt Safafa a Tillage southwestof caught In the economic back. worker had only a slight limp dangerous Judge Stanley But the owner of a new house,
Jerusalem that has been die waters, but It Is also good sense today although he fell five eta told the youth. being built on the lot just north
Tided by a barbed wire fence food sense" for America'seconomy rise down an elevator shaft. The driving privileges of a 16. of the easement, has Installed
sine the 149 armistice. Orison was working at the year-eld boy were suspended for ia a rock seawall that makes ae:.
Senate Democratic LeaderHike top of the 60.foot shaft at a 30 days. He took his eyes off the 1 ., cess to the beach Impossiblefor
BANGKOK Thailand (At! ) Mansfield of Montana said. construction site for an apart road for an Instant and the car all but the most nimbi of
Thailand's interior ministry he told Johnson he Is hopeful mint building Monday when he ran off the road and Into a canal. ;ilk-- ._._--- "" .... foot

says gangs of Communist Bobta the foreign aid bill can bepassed f.l1. landing In a 2V4 foot puddleof He also drove In violation of his POSTERS are going up eieiyuheie or so it Mould seem for the Leading the fight for the pea

Hoods are operating in thi, un. without any alterations water formed by recent: license restrictions It was his new Naples Teen Club. Busy "putting up" the posters are (left to bile's right to the easement are
first traffic violation. Mr. and Mrs. Ira MrFarland
derdeveloped northeast, robbingthe rains. right) : ulejian, Linda Chambers and upside down, Joy Hodges,
rich and giving to the poor police said the water broke The judge noted thaias county of 593 Third Street North In
"They are Communists trying RENEW TOURDRYER'S his fall and saved his life judge, he Is also coroner. rot chairman of the board of the Teen Club. This is the start of a a letter to Council they ask
to win over' the northeastern vii.lagers LICENSE "They had put a piece of ply. is not pleasant to have to act membership drive for the T'-en' Club which will hare a special "teenroom" why the City is doubtful about
." Interior Undersecretary DURING YOUR '_ wood over the top of a hole and as coroner at wrecks," he said, in the new community center Applications may be obtained at the easement's existence and
Thawlo Sunthorn Sara when I stepped on It, It just showing photographs of com the city recreation office or from any member of the board. why the seawall was allowed- to
thoon told newsmen. BIRTH MONTH gave way," Olsson said sloes to the youth. (NEWS photo) be constructed.

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2 r OILIER t III MY NEWS Tuesday. August 4. 11(1
New Gulf Towers 3 State

I Young Negroes Battle r n T : I Hosts Realtors Primaries

Gulf Towers Naples' latest addition to

Jersey. City. Policemen the beachfront mushrooming development platinum made strand its debut of luxury Fri Held TodayWASHINGTON

JERSEY CITY, NJ. (AP) rocks at passing can at Grand ,.w w' van'r day, by hosting th? Naples Board of Realtors. (AP) Three'
Bands of young Negroes, hurl. and Woodward streets near the The luncheon, attended by some 75 associates state hold primary elections i ,
>ng gasoline bombs, bricks and scene of the fighting Sunday and brokers, was held in the apartment day, with Rep Richard Bollli,
xrttles at policemen, surged night building's spacious club room. After the t strong supporter of the Joh, .

through Jersey City streets Some youths standing on the y 'atN. luncheon the group was given a tour of the Ion administration on the p\,, ,.
again Monday night In a riot roof of a two-story apartment apartments and grounds. erful House Rules Commute,''
that I left two Negroes shot and building bombarded a police car Gulf Towers opened to the public Sunday facing a stiff fight in Missouri
16 other persons Injured. with bricks while their col. Boiling' battle and prim i .
and decorated and fur
will maintain two
Police arrested seven Negroeson leagues on street level tried to contests for gubernatorial nom:
disorderly persons charges, overturn another police vehicle. nished apartment homes for public inspection nations in Missouri and Kans i.s
bringing to 20 the number of arrests Police escorted buses through r daily from 1 p.m. to S p.m. Models have hold the limelight.
slnre the fighting broke the area and fired several shotsIn been furnished bv Holland Salley, Inc., A.I.D. Idaho also has a ptlmar

out slll1lay night. the air. A crowd of over 100 .+ and R. & R. Robinson, Inc. A.I.D. with Democratic IncumbentRepl.
LrL! tod.iy. the hlt.and.run youths then gathered on Wood. 2.a+ + d } (McGrath photos) Ralph Harding an',
bands retreated from the ward Street and hurled gasoline Compton 1. White unopposed for

streets, but more than 100 po. bombs and other missiles at w lk fg , renomlnatlon.
Ilcemen still patrolled a wide three dozen helmeted policemenwho Boiling, a liberal who for
area of the predominantly Ne. stood their ground at the ...,... JiiIt\'KV1 t.\ Wit many years was the late Speak.

fro section In the southern part Grand Street intersection. One er Sam Rayburn's spokesman
of the city.Windows. officer suffered burns. on the Rules Committee Is op.
In a score of stores The policemen, armed with or'r posed by t conservative, Judge
were smashed and some busl. shotguns and 38-callber revolv. Hunter Phillips of the Jackson
nesses looted In the latest out. ers, fired volleys. It was during County Court. The district Is In
break. this period that the Negroes suf. Kansas City.PhillIpl .
At a midnight press confer. fered the shotgun wounds has called Boiling
ence more than three hours aft.er "wlld.eyed and lefUwlng In
the riot began, Mayor Thom. w character. Former President
u J. Whelan said he believedthe Harry S. Truman has endorsed
violence had "passed Its Most Federal Boiling, and a close friend ofTrumu's
peak." Tom L. Evans, Is the

But he reiterated his warning Will congressman's campaign man.
"We will use all the force and Employes 1 ager. Boiling has solid support

power at our disposal to see that from organized labor.
law.and order Is maintained." Get Pay Boost Phillips Is backed by five
IXsald I he was prepared to sit splinter groups of the old Kan.

dow with civil rights leaders WASHINGTON (AP) Prac. v sas City Democratic machine of
"anytime, anywhere" but the tlcally all of Uncle Sam's em. tL Tom Pendergast.
first problem was maintainingorder. pioyes from Congress memo Missouri. U. Cov. Hilary A.
ben to postmen and servicemen Bush and Secretary of State
Whelan said the situation In are assured of fatter pay Warren E. Hearnes head a five
Jersey City, across the Hudson checks. r man field seeking the Demo
River from New York City, was Congress approved Monday cratlc nomination for governor
one of "hooliganism versus law and President Johnson Is ex. 1 1J Ethan Shepley of St. Louis and
and order." The city has Z7 ,Ooo pected to sign quickly t $207 ; William B. Ewald of Kirkwood

resident, 17 per rent of whom million pay raise for the mill. : w are among four Republican
are Negroes.The K hopefuls.
two Negroes who were tary.And Senate and House confer a .-.-- Retiring Cov. John M. Dalton

shot and a white man dragged ees reached agreement on a AhlUAL: V1LVV: of Gulf Towers from the inland waterway aide look. Is Ineligible for re-election.
fi: f duck and stabbed by $556 million Increase for the 1.7 ing toward Gulf shows spacious landscaped areas and gardens nestled Sen. Stuart Symington, D-Mo.,
i -. wore the only personsk million classified civil service between covered garages. !has two little-known opponents
it Jersey City Medical and postal workers, and top while Republicans are picking

i .inter. All three were in good government officials, Congress ---_.. --- between Jean Paul Bradshaw
condition. Two patrolmen In. members and federal judges. and Morris D. Duncan.

eluding one who suffered a fray The House Armed Services Two Republican congressmenare
tured ankle, were among the 15 Committee told the House It had I unopposed for renomination,
treated and while seven Incumbent Demo.
Injured who were omitted boosts for draftees and
released crate have opposition.In .
newly enlisted men because
The Negroes were Identified they are In training status and < Kansas, eight Republicansare
as Louis Mitchell, 19, and John because they will receive threeor running for governor In.
Dudley 21 Mitchell was wound four intheirfirstil 1 1t c eluding Rep. William H. Avery,
ed in the neck and shoulder months of service due to promo. .y rd who resigned as a member of
and had a flesh wound on the tlons. r the House Rules Committee.
forearm Other GOP hopefuls Include Me.
The pay bill agreed on by Sen.
Dill Boyd a close runnerup In
The white man was Harry ate and House conferees wouldbe
Schultz 66, who had four stab retroactive to the first AMISS I960; U. Gov. Harold Chase;
wounds in the back, the hospUtal after pay Atty. Gen. William M. Ferguson
period July 1 for all but
and State Senate President
the members of Congress andhlrh.lev.1 .. .. .
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Monday night's riot broke out congressional em.
about 8:45 p.m. as Negro lead. ployes. They must wait until LINDA EGLAND Miss Florida, 1963-1964, Former State Treasurer
ers were meeting with Mayor next January for their raises. for the Miss Universe pageant poses in front of George Hart and Corporation
Whelan and other city officialsat The President has strongly / e. the covered entrance to Gulf Towers with Donald Commissioner Harry G. wiles

City Hall. The meeting ended backed this measure contend it ,>>r Smith resident manager of the development. are among six Democratic can.
when reports cf the riot reached lag it is essential, to retain key _
the mayor's office. A Negro personnel In Two-term Republican Gov.
government.The .
leader said nothing was accom. r JOHNSON AIDEIS John Anderson Is not seeking re*
bill carries these annual City Faces
election.In .
pllshed at the meeting.The increases gl SUBPOENAED

trouble began, police $8,000 for the vice presidentand .r (Continued from page 1)) WASHINGTON (AP) Pres!.' four men House are contests trying for in the Kansas GOP ,
laid, when Negroes hurled speaker of the House, which .a I prex owner Donald Wynn as a"ty. denttal aide Walter Jenkins has 1 nomination to succeed Avery

would raise them to 43000. pical" downtown merchant who, been subpoenaed In the civil while Rep. Garner Shriver has
-- n, OO for members of Con. r 1 In search of more parking "Is suit that touched off the senate 1 one Republican primary
gress, to 30000. taking his business out Into the Investigation of Bobby Baker. nent. The other three RepublU OPPo-
10,000 for Cabinet officers to woods." Other downtown mer. Whlte House press secretary can Incumbents are unopposed.

35000.: 'w n '_'__'__ ____'__' _"' ___,,' chants may have to go outsidethe George Reedy confirmed Mon.
Up to.$7,000 for other govern LOCAL REALTORS were prominently represented Friday when the city In search of parking day that Jenkins, a longtime

ment executives, with a scale of new Gulf Towers made its debut on the Naples beachfront. In the Ingram warned. assistant to Johnson had been Moose Smorgasbord
$26,000 to 30000. The parking problem along subpoenaed to In the ac.
above I to John R. Wood president Board of
frroup are, r : ,
Fifth Avenue what It Is
$4,500 for the nine being lion the
SupremeCourt brought by Capitol
Realtors Herschel Morris vice chairman Associates Division Florida Set For Saturday
justices to $40,000forthe : now, Watkins said, City Coun. Vending Corp. against Baker
chief justice and $39,500 for the Association of Realtors ; Haven Hammer, executive secretary, Naples cIl and the Zoning and Plan. who resigned under fire as the) The regular Moose smorgus.i .
others, and $7,500 for all other Board of Realtors ; Mrs Nina Hincs( vice president, 5th District, FAR ; ring Board realized that down. secretary ot Senate Democratson i bord will be held Saturday night
federal judges Including a scaleof Allan Slade co-host and principal In Gulf Towers ; and William R. town parking requirements would Oct. 7, with serving to start at 5:30.
$30,000 for district judges and Skeele co-host and also principal in Gulf Towers. have to be stiffened when the or. The suit charges that Baker Dancing will follow.
$33,000 for those on the Court ot. dinance was passed allowing con. used his Influence to deprive Donation for adults will be
r I Appeals structlon of multi-story buildings Capitol of a contract to operate $1 50 and 79 cents for children
An average 43 cent for along Fifth. vending machines in the MelparInc.
per ernment Issued the "dead under 12.
North Rhodesia
$11 million classified workers, Break HeatRecords alive" order as It temporarily plant at Falls Church, Va., The smorgasbord are held at
with a range of 2.7 to 22.3 percent outlawed the fanatic sect, whose "DEATH KNELL"The after having been paid $5,800 to the Moose Hall on the North Trail
The top level In civil lack of parking Is sound. maintain the contracts for Capl.
serv. Outlaws Lumpa rampages In the past 12 days just south of Pine Ridge.
Ice would go from $20OootO'24. have cost at least 270 lives. Ing the "death knell for down. tol
town all "
500. InMidWest areas over, Splngler'
An average of 8.6 per cent for Fanatical Sect In a nationwide broadcast said. The City might build park.
600,000 postal Ing structures or group of mer.
employes. Monday night after the Lumpa
LUSAKA Northern RhodesiaAP massacre of ISO persons at Lun. chants might Jointly purchasea ,..Y :
( ) Soldiers were airlifted dad, Prime Minister Kenneth tract of land and dedicate it T
today to Lundazl where ram. Kaunda threatened anyone at. for parking the attorney sug.gested. .
Soldier Dies warriors have .
paging Lumpa tending meetings of the cult
I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS massacred ISO persons. The with seven years in prison. "Years ago I suggested that
From StabbingAt Crops and pastures were In troops were ordered to capture, merchants along Fifth Avenue ?!
the critical stage in Texas todayas dead or alive the Lumps lead.! Kaunda said he does not dls. ante up money to buy land near
Frankfort the long dry hot spell contln. er, Prophetess Alice Lenshlna. paste the right of the Lumpasto the high school for park and rec.
FRANKFURT Germany (AP) ued.In Reports said the death toll their religious beliefs a reatlonal use, so children
1 1 The U.S. Army announced to. other areas, stifling heat from Monday's trail of terror hodgepodge of African superstU wouldn't have to cross every
day that Pfc. William E. Mann, and choking humidity added up and death through 18 villages i lion, paganism and Church of main artery In town to get to Cam.

Join the fun . 32, of Little Rock, Ark., was to high temperature records for might be higher because sol.dlers .,, Scotland theology but he In. bier Park," Ingram recalled.The
stabbed to death In a sidewalk the date. had not returned with Information .,,, listed on the restoration of or. merchants then would swap that
phone attack Sunday night. Municipal water supplies from Chlnsall one of> der. He said he would lift the land to the City for the north
The stabbing occtrred In dwindled In parts of Texas and the trouble spots. ban In about a month U the car. part of Cambler Park, which lies s y
nearby Haines outside a bar Louisiana. The only spots escap. The Northern Rhodeslan gov.,, nage ends. Just behind several stores on the
North Key Largo which Mann and a frlenu Pfc. Ing the long dry spell and the south side of Fifth Avenue, he
Robert L. Martin, had vU.ted blistering hot weather were said 'IV
with two girls around the Texas coastal bend. "What 1 can't understand Is p

mire An Army spokesman said Wichita, Kan., reported a high why we're just drifting along,"

Its the distinctive telephone l Mann and another soldier had temperature of 108 degrees fora I NOON STOCKS Ingram remarked. "We don't ..
number of the Ocean Roil Inn an argument In the bar and the record for Aug. 3. Chicago also have time anymore. We have to
and Yacht Club In th. world- other soldier rounded up a experienced the hottest Aug. 3 move," Shepard said. He noted
fame,. Florida Key -North group of six or seven friends on record with an average tern that telephone company estimatescall
Key Largo, t. be exact. who attacked Mann and Martin perature of 87 degrees Chica NEW YORK (AP- Stock. at noon for a doubling of populationhere

.It" Not En/ov Th. N... 4n4Lutvriauflr as they left the building. go's high of 98 equalled the re. Firestone 40% N.Am Av 48 as In five years. "If some. 'J. .
ftpmndtd; Pa.ll Mann died In an Army hospl. cord for the date set Aug. 3. Allis Cha1201 Fla PAL 8n. S'l thing Is not done soon for Fifth ;>. '
tal early Monday. Martin 1944. Alcoa Penney Avenue, It will down the "
/ll. Now A rflliblt Ttittff was 871' 51 go 1
Ford pa RR 351,. !
bruised In the face back and The climbed Air ,. drain" Shepard said. ( '' '
mercury to 110 am
'\fs 1 ABOUT Two PLIAI ANT rrmst Da 121 i Pep Col 59% N.1 :
HOu" OF ORIVINO Will OIVIATTHACTIV stomach. degrees In Hutchinson Kan., Am Air 48111. Sui 38% Ingram emphasized that he & ; ,
rrept Ph11 Mor 'lS'1a 1i.
YlN. A COMPLETE CHANoa OI The Army spokesman said a and Hennessey Okla., as the Am Brk I. does not want to hire a lawyeror :
SZ% { .
54 .
Frueh Tr PhIU Pet % M
N.en PLUS NEC, INLAeo' soldier has been arrested In central part of the nation remained AmBdPar 40'11 Gsa DY\I 311,. RCA 32 be a "champion" of his cause, : ;\i t, .
I. LOOOINO connection with the attack. But In the grip of the heat Am Can 44 "but my interest remains as >z. ... ,. aEnr
,oN'' "IC"IE.T'ONAL' ACILI'TI. no charges have been filed yet. wave Am Cyan 6H. Gen El 8351a Rep SU 44% great as ever." The problem ..-.r.. .,., w.. ./.;...: 'tIIj1' '''",',,' h' ','''
(,. r0N A Gen Fda 1111/ Revlon 34%
HaL ID.oElIoNTUL. AND DON'T"AMII. He was Pfc. Edward E. Bon. New high temperature rec. Am Mot 151,4 Gen Mills 427,4 Rey Tab 42'le Is not Ms alone, he noted. Spin. CHIEF OF POLICE Ben Caruthers left yesterdaynoon
a Puerto Rican The ords for 3 71 glee said that In his
Pacer .BOu MOSQUITOES.rHg ney, Aug. Includedlst. ATOT 11311a StR.C 30% opinion the for St. Petersburg to attend National Police
AREA I. S"'ID PNOM spokesman said there was no Louis, 104; Springfield, Am Tob 33% Goooodrleh 115'1a SeaboardP 53% parking .dilemma can be solvedby Academy a
AIM, sea AND LANDEr evidence that racial conflict was Mo., 1021; Louisville, Ky., 1011 Ampl Cp 16% Syr31 Sears 116 a joint effort of the City and Retraining school sponsored by the
tKftttnf dltVp-.M f*.h* Involved In the case except In Greyhnd 451"
:n"' ",fh"'n.. Guff,)t1 id lirwMi.. llmmi IhrtllmJbom ,,-10.,. the sense that any Interracial Muskegon Mich., 99. Armour 47'1. Gulf Oil 58'1a Socanyr 835/\ ton He will return Friday
mfnonhip fo'/' county ''". Incident has some racial over. Not all the records were high Babcock 32%
.... .. lot Ran 80 south C 844b
Mod nntt b. ,* .._' ,. A low Death Rate Up
.umnl..u1d. 0'... fcerfomewil tone.The or .kin divinf .pcdiflonf Army identified Mann as :for Aug. 4 In Philadelphia Con. Boeing 55% 32% StiBrrtnd 784i SPECIAL
a, rho n.'"", '. ..nl y ...d.'.... the son of Mrs. Joann Mann of I nectlcut had a record low of 49, Borden 'l7% lot Pap Auto Accident Permanent Wave
&L 8111a
i ur.1 p.m.n.l U>*t'l only th* Jon. StOtlJ 87'1a
b..un/nd: of Iht fan oll.nd. Little Rock. i compared with the old mark of Brunlwk I Mats AI Studbe sk 'l% WASHINGTON (AP) The
Hair Cut
1I00M IrCHF.NFTT VILLAS 11 In u e. Cater Tr 349 Ken cotl 841/1/ Swift 11'1& automobile accident death rate
011 Ir'ACHTf AVAILANLEColl An Isolated tornado touched Celanese 731f. Log A My '183. Texaco 81 was almost 13 per cent higher tHoD ShampooFinger
BOB TRIER, JR. Vice SET LOAD 'down Monday at Elgin ni., Chrysler 505/\ Loch'd S8'1a Thloko1 131eCocaCol during the first four months of ES Wave
of President Naple,. Revert (formerly LOUSWLLE: (IAPI) A loaded 'northwest of Chicago and Lo. 1351 Lorillard 43% U Carb 1233'. this year than In the same 1963 Life Tex Treatment
el Ne'th Key concrete truck rolled away from j I gansport Ind., was swept bj) Com Ed 53% """' 01 30% Unit Alre 47% month, the Public Health Serv.
Lerje NO. I ]
end make ret.otvotion in driver and crashed into a wlnd-driven rain measuring 1.90 Can Edil 91} MMAM 591/ UN Fruit 22t Ice reported today. -HAIR STYLIST Complet. $12.50
OR write to him tree, demoliihint the chicle. :Inches Brazil, In west.central Cant Can Snk MoIIlSCO IS% Steel 57'1a The service said this was the

OCEAN: REEF The mixer wan put t hv. k Into Indiana, was hit by Urge hall Dow Chi 70i Mon.'to 711 Unlv Mat U'/\ only cause tor which there was tot, 2.5457 Ml 2-6227
eervtce afiei the, 15.000 I heavy rain and strong winds. DuPont 143". Mont Wd U W.stCEl 34. % t marked nationwide IncreaseIn KWIIC CH" NapLes ."O' iNa ctNTift

1..1'11'1)' ) N.rth Key L..,.. Me.. pound ,>t hardened concrete had More seasonableonditU>' j tAL 30'/ Nat Dalr 834 Wine Dix 35 1a the death rate for the Janu. SHOPPINO CENTIN IN TMC MOOKINtte'
been rero tdwith a Jackhimmer 1 prevail today In the Northeast E.Kodalt ISO Nat Dlst 28% WooIwtb ZII ary.Aprll period.


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OU.IER COUM I l \' .
Tuesday August 4, ItU 3

Shufflers Plan :iE5 To Integrate --, -- DENNIS THE MENACE

fluence or suggestion i i in ra.
, r t' Manikins In coal group or out si'IP ",dividual Hank Kelcham

Another Yellow Rock Dance Store Windows Andrew*. Goodman, president

of Berfdorf'a, say response to My b alp ,oSAYFI

The 1 mshine Shufflers square ular Saturday evening dance at \ ,'WORK iP( ) Even b*. his announced Intention to Inte- %'YFAMIIYOUG14tA

dsnled last Saturday evening to 950 Central Avenue with 11 newl) integrated schools irate the store' windows hat

the I, calling of Frank Bedell, of couples present. Guests for the I their doors this all, Negro been generally favorable There NAVE 541I

Miianur Tonight, Ray Castle evening Included Newell and Dot \ hlte manikin youngsters were three anonymous "crank

is having a workchlp In the Shuf.tIers' Hogan, U,''I i !flaumann, and !* t . :4 ; the
to originate
club rooms. Saturday, George and: Ginny Moble, from "itment tore window Jiang . R
8 : bark.to-achool ward. lad\ manikin used b> Bamlwr-
August there
will be another( the Krill Kro** Squares of Fort
I I II m. to 4 a.m. "y.lloRock" Uyers. George Is president of ,\ n .... ger'i last year Mary Brows. ARC !

dance: in honor of save sets ot the club, and Newell ts trea sing children In these and ran', studio are now toncen-
dan" ers from Lakeland on August surer stmas windows later on I Ie a hating on styling Negro boys

10, the Shuffler will hold The workshop this evening be rat and harming way tom and girls up to age S. By next

their August business meeting gins at 8 p.m and Is over about 3 at Integrating them" year her artists expect to hive

After Labor Day a class for be. 10:30. Ray Castle will be at the a Harold Gulnn, sales man. window facsimiles of Negro

11'1'1'' is being planned microphone and Edith Castle will airs for D.G. William. youngster through their teen

Frank Bedell tailed to a reg. preside at the coffee table. Some Hi* firm with its two manikin years
new Ideas for the Yellow Rock it n tories as well a* L. A. Dar. Ml** Browcnan says Boston III
party will be tried out. 111 Co., Grennloker.ZarU and her beet customer. Among 40 or Yk

On Saturday the Shufflers hopeto I 11 I plastics Manikins areumlog 50 cities which have already' or.

surpass their success of July i the national organic dared or have indicated a future

Spare Those 25, when they danced eight sets .b tt try t\ I- stepping up its pace tome Interest In Negro the manikin southernmost from

with the delegation from Miami ,'t a mushrooming demand major firms
',,, \Negro figure la St. Louis.
This time, Howard Parrish Is
bringing five sets from Lake HI- <..1It1olle' of the smart

Trees Shout land to qualify for their Knot. set t's most elegant mink and

head membership, Idiots Club, ,iture. emporiums Bergdorf. NAPLES
and other similar high Jinks. (jOMJman In New York an. FLY ,. -iZ I Ir

The festivities start at 4 p,m. i o 11('ed It hat taken a Negro ; MIAMI
Housewives with a welcome party at the Stewart J ,rl nIIIi1IfIIII' ..m.. "W U'tli-r' and sister Into It's .

Motel where the visitorsare nunkin family
UNDER FULL CANVAS-Pirates have long since vanished from Pirate Alley in the They will'mdluP then debut

wives EUIONT i hushing, N.Y.baby(AP)carriages-House. cars staying will try At"dive this tothe time middle"In thedan. French Quarter of New Orleans La. hut canvas is still unfurled daily. Members of AIII. 27 as nursery .ihooltot< ln New Year Round Daily Schedule

hive routed the tree choppers the shallow end of the motel the Quarter's artist colony ply their brushes for the tourists. a "I\.wtndow bat'It4o.school ill*. To Miami i
Naples j
play along Inc Fifth A\enue.
In the first skirmish over the pool, and after this, takeoff their.
shade trees of Evans Avenue. shoes and dance on the grass. Last Jmuan Bambeigtrsdepaitineiit 7,45 A.M. 1 II 130 A M 3.45 P M i
('lIll Mill !. W"" t t\P SiJoepl's store Newark
Town officials of this Long Is. From 8 to 11 p.m., weather Miami To
Graber's Service : \ Roman Cuih,>lurathvdr.l N.J., pioneered with the miner. Naples
land (ommunlty want to widen permitting, Methodists Welcome New
Center Ninth Street and Fifth ; in, dottntovm Colunbusi aided au...-irance ol seveial N*. I .
the streets lined with oaks and 9 00 AM 215PM 500 PM
elms that stand between the Avenue South, will be the placefor I 'Clme U\r monument: and I Ion hat gro figures In windows show IIIIl
ilii chief buildeR Hinhvpj4emrr higher-pi\ Iced ladle ready to
sidewalks and the pavement.The a regular square dance In i'nnnrrtlonn and Kenrrfilion In any point In the world
Western costumes. A number of i$ RotecNMi, who shithis wear.
women of Elmorit With Reception
many Pastor
of them refugees from tile con., spectators are expected to park i tquitid he( lit" Ihi The derision to use Negro NAPLES AIRLINES

crete of New York nearby and watch. A club spokes I 'tuning after the cathedral's: manikins, Mid window manager
canyons City, Rannej) president of the Youth Arthur Fischer, originated Naplr Airport Concourse 3 Miami"
want to preserve the greenery. man said they will be welcomed. Naples Methodists Sunday 'cqutcrMion m UTS. the bishop- Airport
They moved out In force Mon. All square dancers familiar with night welcomed the Rev. JohnE. Fellowship group, and Mrs Hugh I lid ttt M. lie: n buried beneath: among dlpladepartment per Ml 2-JI54 NE 45811

da\ western style square dancing are Rice, new pastor of the First Weatherly, president of the WOoman' the nctuary oniiel. without pressure, In. City Ticket office Naples Travel Agency 4 Caronar
Methodist Church and his fame Society of Christian Service *
Mrs. Charles Spanler sta Invited to attend.Following ,
tloned herself under this dance the club fly with a reception in the Fel.
a con.
demned tree looked at members and their guests will low ship Hall of the church, following Mi b, Lucille Otis, vlce-presl
up w of
dunt of the Woman' Society
workman and said move to 950 Central Ave for a the evening worship ser.
Christian Service Will in chargeof
buffet snack and then vice.
"If cut off everyone .
you one more the for the re .
blanch, you'll have to drop It on will go home, or to the motel, In the receiving line were:
She was assisted by
Arthur Stewart chairman of ceptloti
and change into their costumesfor ,
head to rid of
my get It.
The the "Yellow Rock" dance.Tho.e the official board of the church; Mrs. Royal Ranney, Mrs. Art.
workman climbed down. make the John layman Reverend hur Stewart, Mrs Ray Art, At
who to Wood
their l Infants in front expect ; -. v.
Pushing led Idiots Club will don their paja Rica and Mrs Rice and daughter Mrs. Bill Kepp, Mrs Robert \.
of them, a dozen housewives *, Pamela and Lynne; Diane Walker and Mrs. Louis Moore.

by Mrs Hope Fox surrounded mas.The Yellow Rock dance fee.cures Serving refreshments were
truck: that was to haul away Mrs. Turner Barnes,Mrs. James =
the dismembered trees. They the usual square dancingon Taylor, Mrs Emily King, Mr. r {
the fun level, followed by a Octogenarian
clogged Evans Avenue and, aft. Jotm Gray, Mrs. Harriet Wood.
of "stunts"
number put on by
er an hour, forced the workmen son, Mrs. Polly Wiggins, Mrs
the Shufflers for the
to Town give up officials for the were day.not avail. ment of the group. In general, Cycles From NY Shine) Hicks, and Mrs. Dorothy .,e

these will follow the pattern set Garland.

able for have comment."I nothing.against drain. two weeks ago,with a few changes To Golden GateSAN Mrs. Oils presented Mrs Rice .'hrrnIrlrnpnln, " stn.rl ./xpv
which will be discussed at the with an orchid corsage and welcomed
age pipes or new curbing, said workshop on Tuesday night FRANCISCO (AP) It her as a member of the
Mrs. Fox. "It's Just that we and of the WOo
of took Lyman Frain Sr. 86 days to Methodist Church
The various July
to the suburbs be.
moved out at. 23 will be repeated on August 8. pedal his bicycle from New man's Society of Christian Ser :4t,:'
like the country
cause we York's Times Square to San
The late dance and party will be vice.The
which Is rapidly dls.
roosphere, Francisco's Golden Gate table was overlaid with a
In the Shufflers' club rooms on
appearing. Bridge and he was a little off lace cloth and centered with an
"This whole thing started Central Avenue. In case of rain, schedule,. arrangement of roses and can. ,
the outdoor dance will adjourn
months ago, when we first "I figured to make It a little die*. Mrs. Barnes served cof. J -
heard that the streets In a 22. Indoors at the same address. ..
faster said the 80.year.oldPhlladelphlan fee ft<>m a silver service and
block area south of the Hemp "but I was buck. Mr, Taylor presided over the
stead Turnpike were going to Ing those west winds all the punch bowl.

be widened. Gorilla Nurses waju" Mr*. Arf was in charge of theguest '

"We understood then thai' : -. ----. Tb.,,"(gluf .but. ,heart" cyrllst oak, a gift from the churchto I
some of the trees would have togo I After finished his trip Monday. Ha Reverend and Mrs. ?ice.
but there would be enough Hangover said he pedaled 3,244 miles on ,
room between the sidewalk am his 12.speed French bicycle, .

the curb to plant new ones If wt His 'Night Out' equipped with an extra.low gear ...,-'"
wanted to. But, when the mar,I for mountains Former Refugee

tame around last Friday t o I CHICAGO AP. Slnbad the ''1 feel pretty proud of what
mark the trees that were to be I gorilla nursed a hangover to. I've Just done," he said. "I'm '//inLJ/ \oirt S/IM'; ('''w;If''n

cut, he marked all but four In day Just like anyone else not the first man my age to ever Camp Director

the whole area and told us that. used to being out on the town. ride a bike from ocean to

the curbs would be right next to One of the largest gorillas in ocean. I Just wanted to provean Stricken Here

the sidewalk. captivity the 6-foot, !500-pound old guy still had somethingleft.
"Solid c. men tl Imagine, ."
out of his
Slnbad slipped cage rhlllp G Beck 510 Second
that l" 20 Frain was met at the brldp-
Monday and romped through Avenue South; who was stricken
his first which he wasn't allowed to
minutes of freedom
on the beach at Fourth Avenue,
to Lincoln Park cross on the bicycle-by bridge ::
since coming South, early last night was pro. _
BeaGolden Zoo In 1948 is an Infant. officials and his son, Donald nounced dead on arrival at the 'I[ "
Sinbad confined his wander. '35, an electronics designer of
Naples Community
Gate togs to the Inner corridor of the San Jose. County Judge Richard M-Stan. I
but alarmed coo He said he made the trip on
monkey house
ley acting as coroner, found that
officials evacuated 75 persons a diet of orange Juice and :
death was from natural cause "Il
from the building and called for steaks, because cycling was hiswldow l. :
Guest Deck Is survived by .e\l" vj
L the police riot squad.At good for his health. Mrs. Helen Beck of Naples anda
one time only a screen "Most men of 60 sit down In
Alan Beck with
son, ;, serving
door separated the powerful an. the old rocking chair and rock
the Bureau of the Budget in
themselves Into the he
imal from complete freedom."If grave,

he had come out we would said "But they'd live 10 or 20 Washington Deck was, D.C.born on a farm Corrair Mnnta// Club CoelleAmerica's
have had to have him killed,"' years longer if they'd take up
lanesvllle Ohio October
said Gene Hartz, assistant toe bicycling If It wasn't for this near ,
1900 and received both his
10, ,
director "There was nothing to bicycle, I wouldn't be alive to.
bachelor's degrees
keep him In but a screen door day." .
In at Ohio Sial.1nl.
and he could have taken it right Frain said he averaged 40 additional
and later took
with him." miles a day but clocked 109 verslty
TRADINGSTAMPS 1 f along Hartz eventually felled Slnbac mll < one day down the west. graduate work at the Universityof

dose of ern slope of the Continental Divide Wisconsin.He .
by firing a 200.mllllgram
served. regional directorof
best sellers.
tranquilizer into his shoulder. toward Salt Lake City. the Midwest region of the Re.
Five hours after the
settlement and Farm Security .
Sinbad and around.
was up Administrations from 11139 to 11144
"He'll have a pretty bachangover Two Injured In alter serving as a research
but that's about all "
analyst from 1933 to 1935wlththe
Hartz said.Slnbad's. Car Crash Near WPA and from 1928 to 1933 as a
FREEIt freedom began aftera research assistant for the Ohio
Your best !
keeper momentarily left Mi Big Cypress BendFred Agricultural Experiment Station buys '
door while
cage open cleaning
The gorilla lumbered down a Scott ofSjIvanla.Ga.,and In 1944-45 he was on wartime
Mike Seism of Miami were given leave with UUNRA/ as director
Into kitchen
hallway a where
and of the Middle East refugee campsFrom .
treatment released
i part il i great new way to four workers were fixing lunch emergency
1945 to 1949 he with
at Naples/ Community Hospital
lecterns your vacation pleasure for animals in the monkey .
withoi.' increasing' yc a vacation', house following an accident near the Foreign Economic Admlnls.tratton

budget H.IIII' just i lee ol the, ''f never had an ape In m,r Big Cyprus Bend at 5:45>'dorkthis From. 1949 to 19S3 he directedthe Now at Chevrolet Dealer'sStands

Other eicitmg' free' fills and vi kitchen before," said Barney morning. to Stale technical asslstanceprogram your
cation privilege, that' in yours Gisutl, 54. 'looked twice ThenI According TrooperJ
of the Economic Cooperation Ad.
Peacock Investigated
ii a olden Kate Cues)?, went out the front door." the crashSccxtwa*driving a 1957, ministration and the United Nation. / .

FREE GASOLINE Chevrolet In a westerlydirectio n I ..
on Highway 41 and failedtomak.acurv. In 1954! he became director of

FREE FLORIDA ORANGES Man Believed In the road at a point about general services on a large con.

Dead Shows 24 miles east of Naples The cleft ar lruction project In Colombia,'
C FREE FISHING Up; South America and later served .J.
the road and turned over Aminui number Or possibly fLJ'f i prefer the cartfreeCorvair
to reties : om L :I 'j ,,, \
economic consultant In the
"( Went Camping three times In the mush It w. I
C FREE AUTO TOUR : considered a total wreck; sWashington, D.C., area. car have got to be your best buys. .

co( MODERN El I EGANT SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) -. will face charge* of driving at a I Funeral arrangement tret*. Again this year thit rm'.wa. joingrrateat So come ahead Chooses your favorite

NAPLES FlORIDA) Frank W. Meyer missing for speed too great for the condition I Inc made at the Richard A. f1t!. bun in am' Mare ;at: your SEf THE MAN WITH THI Not BUYS from among the 45 0.t -t way in the
C FREE PRIVATE six weeks and presumed dead,,, of the road. man Funeral Home.
Chevrolet, dealer" out/ ..-aop ,hopping world to go in the number one automobile
PLANE RIDE turned up Monday complaining
roe NAPLES. AND that someone had made off with center Take your pick *..

GOLDEN MATES Ms amper truck. Perhaps the Jet- mth ( 'h/'violet! No.1YOUR But hurry.

he Meyer had been told hiking sheriff's and camping officers Reichert Utterback America's teat wiling dutoitiobil! The way lh.y'rl' glll'll i K, no telling\ how

; OP 'AT THft in Stinson Beach State Park! Or maybe the fun-luvmg C'h,', \ II MI CHEVROLET DEALER soon they'll: all be 1(11111'

sine June tl, the day his truck: Mr*. Alice S. Reichert of 333SlxthMrwtSouth. add A.O. many young families go -.tc.il. with Better( lee y our hevrolet dealer

e was found parked on Mount TV Utterback, 639 Fourth Avenue South, acre united in marrl these days. before a thing like Ihttt happtni!
roalpals. age In a simple ceremony at 3 o'clockSaturday afternoon at ,

Meyer, 41, said he leA hi r St. Ann's Catholic Church with Rev. Fr. J. H Land official.Ing. \.

home in San Mateo for a churcl I Only members U the Immediate family were .resent.
000 SIGN convention In Portland las I ('lieimlrl.'lfvtrllr'lirt'yll'orialram: (Om'flfl'1.; (ar3 liAlliluesaliAll1mrlnbiy-,1ilruf( ( your! tlealrrltsw

FOR DETAILS I month, but changed his mind. The bride was attended by Miss Mary Utorback. (tout*. ...... .. .-......... .... ..- .........'; _..
He said a day's bike to Stun. ter of the groom, and H.s. Tenner served as beet man

son Beach proved so pleasant N t ,
took a sleeping bag and 21 boast.rI I Following the ceremony: Mia Mary Ittarfcack wan bM INGRAM CHEVROLET INC.

of C rations from his truck an I tea at a reception for member of the to families at the

I I / / hiked for six weeks through the t Naples Beach Club Hotel. ,

park area.
dli After Meyer's truck war I Utterback Is vlcoresident or W.R Wilson and Ainocia.tea. 130 NINTH STRUT NORTH NAPLES PHONI MI 2-51 OSSunshine

found, deputies and volunteer t .
aided by bloodhounds, bellcop
tern and airplanes ..arChed. The couple will make Ielr! n.I , 1rulf! Towers

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NtW y ios..-, Y't J. CLOTURE, AGAIN Q' Really Do Illinois Like Barryites Chuck Percy?


Washington Correspondent

i: Enterprise Assnacceptance .

I Let's Hope He Does It .of :j' Newspaper

Senator Everett Dirksen of Illinois SEA I-A fairly strong bond exists in IIhnul

has offered In the Senate a bill to delayall lowed for calm and meaningful action CIIICAGO-l between Charles IL Percy, handsome, selC.assurt-d rqi

court proceedings on state reappor- by the legislature. Hasty action could be now nominee for governor and the powerful forces of Sen. Barn

tlonments until hurtful, particularly if, as seems probable, Goldwater But It Isn't perfect.
state legislature have source In the state dismisses the upper
had time to ad.Floridians the Congress decides next year to approve One lOp Gold\uler"technlcahtles" Percy himself says the \Iffcul\ :
frctlons as
a constitutional amendment that Goldwatefltes who demand 1allh
would do well to keep ties are limited to those
their fingers crossed In the hope that would nullify the Supreme Court action, of every move the senator

Dirksen's bill will be affirmatively received As was so vividly illustrated in the .1 \n IATTER1I.T I HIS CRITICS CONTEND C'luik

Colorado case, changing the customs and 1 DEFEAT argues that he II gOing to be his own man. There ?I I'll
by both the Senate and House fence clalm--and therein lies his Problui
methods of to support :
accepted many years is nota FNf
Floridians would do even better to write IhLT A Percy backer put I it this way:
members of the Florida delegation to thing that can be accomplished in a ETHICS Illinois admire Goldwatrr because be Is

matter of days It seems reasonable to w his own'marBut'lct am one else try it and he Is denounced
support passage of Dirksen's billDlrksen's "
believe that Congress will realize this and IS a traitor to Goldultr
bill that where noted suspiciously that in Percy
proposes Some in Barry' camp in
the validity of the composition of either be amenable to some provisions for allowing Rep William E. Miller In San Francisco as'Ice

house a delay before it adjourns presidential nominee, he never mentioned Goldwater

of the legislature was questionedsuch Florida's large counties, that will gain Ryw Others did not like eith-r Percy first sharply! critical. remarks .
actions could be "stayed until the Goldwater extremism' gambit in his acceptance

end of the second regular session of the control of both the state Senate and speech on or Percy later bland interpretation of the senator's'

House if the Supreme Court mandate is words.
legislature of that state which begins

after the date of enactment of this act" carried out, can not be expected to assist HERE A fl'RIOSITAPI'EARS.. For Percy says Goldatr \

The Illinois solon pointed out that in urging the Florida delegation in sir. aides have told him privately they rate his Interpretation a>

Washington to of Sen.Dirksen's "pE'rfect."
not enough time remains in the support passage
present Illinois delegation
An event that occurred in an caucus at
bill Such will have
Congress to act on a proposed constitutional urging to San Francisco shows how grudging is the attitude of sonn'

amendment, which means even come from the small and medium-sized Goldwater people toward their young governor nominee

? counties, of which Collier County is still According to some firm Inside accounts Percy succeeded
if an amendment is approved by Congress i dav',bv.dav' In winning the confidence of more and more

next year, and Immediately ratified one. 1 delegates that heavilv Goldwater delegationet Mime

by the legislatures of threefourthsof It is to be hoped that the group ilewed his promise to campaign for the senator skeptically

which recently held meetings In neighboring Will you put it in writing'" asked one delegate.
the states, it would require many make I ,\s one who refuses to slash his wrists for Barry and \\his
months and be too late to help most of Fort Myers to plans for urging hal openly assailed the senator's vote against the 19b-J u\il

the states affected by the recent Supreme action by Congress to override the "Itto/l<'I- rights bill Percv max be doomed to contend with such suspicions .

Supreme Court decision will immediately for the rest of the campaign-if not be>'ond.
Court decision. that of
By time, most ..:....:;:.: :.. <.: < Some Irony attends Pircx troubles with the zealots, since
Senators and ; ,' :
the will have notify our Representatives ..,... .,. .. :':
states reapportioned himself from
as required : ; he has been at pains for years to separate the
by the court, and it would be that passage of the Dirksen bill Is Eastern Republicans and is getting gunfire from many

difficult back highly desirable. moderates who did not like his vote for Goldwater at the
to revert
The Best of BoyleBY people San Francisco convention
Dirksen gave as an example of the We earnestly urge Rep. Lorenzo ,

chaos resulting from the court's mandatethe Walker, and other Collier Countians who HAL BOYLE i th HIS RECORD AND illS MATH POSITIONS do indicatehe

attended the Fort with Is something of a mixed bag.
situation that in Colorado.He Myers meetings
developed He opposes IIbl'rall'rslons of Medicare. federal aid to
said the people of that state had by Interested persons from surrounding \'I t neW$' education and a state income tax and has sometimes takena
NEW YORK (AP) Things a 70 different nations now live In
referendum counties, to Immediately initiate, if necessary foreign policy stance not markedly unlike Goldwater's.But .
one reapportionment Its
columnist might never know If new section.
ne favors the civil rights act. has Mime reasonable
and steps to convene another meetIng he didn't his mall Joke of the week Catholic DI. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
plan overwhelmingly rejected open : :
of the Fair : Practices torn
NEW YORK (AP) Walter claim to being father Employment !
of the which the Dirksenbill It cost Columbus $7,000 to rest magazine tells of the
at proud
another Yet the court refused to accept group father who i Cronkite says his contract with mission In Illinois, and supported the extremism: platform .

the plan approved by the people. The can be discussed and, if found acceptable tlon discover now America.Is was The It a big good ques.In. son on his 13th congratulated birthday and his the Columbia Broadcasting System plank put forward by Michigan (Jov'. George Komnev,

to advise the Florida delegation asked has nine years to go and I Says an assistant: He can be comfortable with the new
federal district court then ordered Colorado vestment? him how It felt to be a '
he has to direction his is taking:
no plans resign party
A teen-ager "It's all
of its decision century ago anybody over right, I
to reapportion within two weeks, 50 was considered old. But mostof guess," the boy replied, "exceptfor "CBS Is telling me, 'You'restill The time may never come however, when all the Gold
which it did by hastily calling Into session It is difficult to believe that the tried today's oldsters don't feel old. the reputation." No. 1 around here,' Cron. waterites will be comfortable with Charles Percy

the general assembly. The final blow and tested formula for electing U. S. A Harvard study of 200 people Norwegians are the world's kite told a news conference
over 69 found that only 21 champion cheese consumers.
Senators and these per
when the state Court declared Congressmen many "I wouldn't expect them to
came Supreme
cent of the men and 20 per cent They eat nearly 20 pounds a
the new reapportionment act unconstitutional years, and on which the states have of the women thought of them. year each. say anything else," he added. Washington NEWSBy
based their for selves Folklore If Last week, CBS announced it
formulas electing legislators as elderly.It ; a girl sits on a table
has been estimated that 64 she won't find a husband would replace Cronkite as an.
Something similar to the Colorado Is suddenly unconstitutional because chor man for its coverage of the
per cent of the world's great within the year. If a young lady THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
confusion could very well occur here In a slim majority of the Supreme achievements were accom. hangs a cabbage stump over Democratic National Conventionwith .

Court so. pUshed by people over 60 yearsof her door on Halloween, she'll a new television team,
Florida unless a reasonable time Is al- says wed Robert Trout and Roger Mudd
the first
A age of was Thomas man who enters.It At the time, Cronkite said CBS WASHINGTON (AP) The WASHINGTON (AP) In a
quarter It Carlyle who
a century ago
Warren Commission plans to book published today with Pres.
a clobbering" the rat.
cost observed "The
for de.
passengers $200 $10,000 courage we
Ings from, the National Broad. devote much of its forthcoming (ident Johnson's endorsement
: Usuranc one way for the sire and prize ts not the courageto
; ' casting Co.'s coverage of the report to rebutting speculationthat Sen. Hubert n. Humphrey .
I others first transatlantic flight aboard die decently but to live man.
s'ay ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSHappy Pan American's pioneering Dlx. fully." Republican National Conven. a domestic or International writes that America faces one
caused the assassination of Its
ie conspiracy greatest challenges in lift.
Clipper Today for $12 you tion.Asked
BARBSBY Monday why NBC got of President John F. Ing 33 million citizens out f>t
get a $300,000 policy, round
was later taken to Oregon by an uncle. trip. the higher rating, Cronkito Kennedy, says the Washington poverty.The .

Like a proper fictional hero, he worked his If you used as much water as HAL COCHRAN said; Evening Star. book, "War on Poverty,"
way through the new Leland Stanford University the average plant does, In pro "It ts a great credit to the It said that the commission's Is the first written by the Mln.

BirthdayTo In California and in 1897 went to Australia portion to your weight, you'dhave When a man gets home real opposition reporters (Chet) report is expected to be made nesota senator, considered a
as a mining engineer.In to drink 10 quarts a day. late with a "hie" in his voice Huntley and (David) Brinkley. public the week of Sept. 14, al. leading possibility for the Dem.
he feels lucky if his wife is Huntley and Brinkley have entertainment though it will be presented to ocratlc vice presidential nomi
.L' To a Great Man 1899 still following the script, he married To get rich all you need Is to value President Johnson one or two nation.
sound something
asleep-until the next ,
Miss Lou Henry of Monterey, his one and discover a way to profitably
that we have not weeks before that. Among other proposals Hum.
/ love mine the mineral wealth in the morning when the storm es.
only affair and went to China as a
Chief Justice Earl Warren phrey
chewed and that domestic
breaks. something we suggests!: a
sea. The of
oceans the world
mining He manned machine at
BY DON OAKLEYIt expert. a gun C e must be seeking" heads the seven-member com. Investment bank to make the
contain six million tons
some of
the siege of Tientsin during the Boxer -
uprising gold It't hard for most young mission named by Johnson to kind of massive Investment
SANTA MONICA Calif. (AP) Investigate the slaying of the needed to rehabilitate the nation's -
Quotable notables men to look forward to becoming ,
By the of 30 he was rich. At the outbreak
age President In Dallas last Nov. 22.
Amanda Blake who depressed communities.
is to to enter the Is our worst and If old and ,
not given many men of World War I, he was in London directing enemy, we useful.A
"Kitty" the television
ninth decade of life. Even fewer are those 50,000 employes in mining enterprises yield to It we can never do any. on "
who reach that age still capable of purposeful around the world. thing wise In the world"-Helen Western series "Gunsmoke, I I

work who still have goals ahead of them. When the Belgian Relief Commission was Keller i Arizona will marry cattleman.Jason S. Day, an 'e'IieNATIONAL.

Even rarer Is the man who can reflect that It would take the light of 80,.
formed in 1915, Hoover was appointed its
Miss Blake 33 and 38
In his he has received the 000 large fireflies to equal the OUTLOOK
lifetime highest
head and is credited with saving the lives of heat of Scottsdale, got a marriage .
given off small
honors accord him by one can.
his fellows
can some eight million persons Following the license Monday. Miss Blake I
Rarest of all Is the man who can look back war, he fed whole nations, including Russia. In Australia when order said they will be married Aug. Inflation-Semantics and Statisticsby i
with the knowledge that because he lived, you
Hoover entered the White House in a land fish sink is where great stacksof 15 at Los Angeles
and chips, the chances are
literally millions of other human beings live slide In 1928. lie went out under an avalanche you'll get shark meat. Sharksare dirty dishes are not sup- "We'll only have a short hon. OEORCI HAGEDORN

There Is one man however, who qualifiesfor In 1932 quite a delicacy In the land posed to be left. eymoon," she added. "Marshal

each of these categories-Herbert Clark For 13 years he was simply an aging ex- Down Under. C e Dillon Actor James Arness)
Hoover, 31st president of the United States, president, until President Truman sent him wants me back on the set by
Ancient You
Jerusalem has be.
can get
Getting tight will loosen an argument Index has
now 90 years old. on a tour of a famine.stricken world in 1946 Aug 26, and he's the law." been trending
come one of the most polyglot a tongue Quicker than started among economists by steadily
It was the misfortune of Herbert Hooverto Hoover's administrative genius saved the anything upward and has increased
be Oct. 1929. when the cities on earth. Inhabitants from we know of. asking whether we have had by 10 percent since
on 29
president lives of more millions. HOLLYWOOD (AP) A re. Inflation in

New York stock market crashed and usheredin Then in 1947, Truman put him to work .\ .,, ::'" ., ., port on actress Joan Crawfordwas whether we are recent having years It now.and 1957

the worst depression In history. heading a commission on government reorganization .. "..t:, 1... : t.:-? expected today from three One reason It is hard to settle The main reason for the
Now that the events which wrought his a task which received bipartisan respiratory specialists such arguments is that there differences/ is that the con-
downfall have faded into the flat perspectiveof acclaim. SWA9 .AA SMEM'I The 56year.old film star was are differences of opinion as sumer index Includes services,

history, the real achievements of the man Herbert Hoover has written 30 books He I 'I I. PALL SPANIEL, hospitalized Friday for the third to the definition of 'Inflation" whereas the wholesale indexIs

stand out In clearer relief. Is just completing the fourth and last volumeof AREA PATELLA time In two months. Officials at Another Is that there are a limited to commodities. The

The young Hoover was the very model of his An American Epic," the story of his S E N D E I PL Cedars of Lebanon Hospital variety of statistics availablefor cost of consumer servlces-
the self.made man the brainy, pluck.and- World War 11 relief work. CKOSS: 34 3l.rjtolll'e: :\nulnl ; K O R ;: ; C E Emass said she had a recurrence of measuring changes in the like hospital fees,transit fares,

luck fellow who makes the world his oyster We hope he will pause long enough from Shaped 36. Propel II w E V E R St. fOR T pneumonia, but that her condl. general price level and room movie admissions and beauty-

Born Aug. 10, 1874, at West Branch Iowa, his busy day to accept the sincere birthday 5. InfuloIle butt C: D I IT. r x i.. A N S E tlon was good. for argument as to the adequacy parlor charges-have been

Hoover was an orphan at the age of 10. He congratulations of his fellow Americans. \rtUOUI! 38. Ronahe, DIN. . PAN. . of many of them. rising.

I 12. Tenn'loll 4d. Since f E w. R 0 11 A I N E. The dictionary Is the only The reader Is hereby put on There are those who argue

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13. l'rle ledthr ore work.COLLIER. here Is the columnist's own prices Is illusory, since Inadequate -
0 CAR I N A. I T e: A
preJudices those account is taken of Improvements
U. I'uftlc IIIUle U. :\1'0\1 on questions

I A Lifesaving Method, Step by Step 16. :'\.l.! clan inlet PER C. 0 L. C. A L M .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... ... ... .. First, there aeems-II le-pro iIn in the quality of
Ii tired H. Self SOLUTION 0' trying to define Inflation as services in the
1"Ihlmll' helpers: YlSTUDAy.t uuu COUNTY NEWS something other than a rise In Index The government does,

:1 a 3 4 5Here's \11ft Clr'gl'ln.11 3 'uud. Ill :Net comb MICHAEL' CHANCE Ed-Publisher. the general price level together however, make an effort to

e :20. Cuuldlsh 51. .'oulb'oIU hlaorI I harm THOMAS HAVER, Aaeociata" Editor, with whatever basic discount price changes for
lIuld Ikker 4 tkherwlar 11 list pronoun MARSHALL WYATT Adv Manafw causes may have brought the measurable Improvements In
#3 C :22: 'ruien, pole 51. F.Aplul'UIi' 5 Mvelt I ALBERT OPOLKA, Mecn Supt rise About. quality, Also we should not
c1) 1r1 :24 Candiellul 54. \'arlftof a. Muss 14 !Strain DAVID' HERMANSON Circ. Director There Is a contrary schoolof forget that there are cases of
r tree mlclI' 7. lap court IK Shah of MRS LOUISE DAUB. Office, Mfr thought which Insists that product-deterioration as wellas

:lb. Motk .5\ Shipped 8. Moon IIlIhllll. Published dally, price rises are merely one possible improvement some typesof
: \'nlly \DOWN; goddess :ll Knowledge and Saturday, :In the ancept afternoon by result of inflation-the repair services that con-

::111. Roue I htenlh"1: 9. 7.oolojty 21. Social the Ine.. Coll eel'er Twelfth County Avenue Publish' South,n ,. Co Na, Inflation Itself should be defined sumers buy, for example.
:II hmgoll :l 1'011011 :23. Ennuis2b .. as excessive
profruo pi. 1. 131140. M.il" .dd,.. 'P. O. an expansion -
: J.p IlleolioI loa ill.Telepnons. of money and credit Question of ConceptOur
ire Mld..y. 12107 for all.. own opinion Is that
i /, I l J 4 i ii IS e/ e P'' "d 2i: F.buluwr d.p.rt..nl. . . Dubious Distinction changes In the kinds and

/ I' bird 1 Subscription, Rate Everybody is entitled to his i qualities of the things con-
:29. Literur1J Iy carrier, e, mail, payable 'In own definition, but It is hard sumers buy create a "marginof

,4 / 15 IC'Ipl advance.One Veer 111 Bit Month 1750 to see any point in this dis 1 indefinability" in the whole
/, 33. Rotkvie Three Mentha II.75. tinction. Some expansion of concept of "the general levelof

how to drownproof Lift face gently! out of water as /1 18 /, i // pomoiuorv Member ., The Aaaoc,ated Press money and credit is surely I consumer prices." It Is nota
your- you // / // 35. Brown Bo, which la entitled, eiclu*.valy to the
self: continue exhaling, ute for rapubiicatton of all 'local necessary as the economy case of inaccurate statistics
i/, 10 1/ ,;-: 11 Z'1+ 1hemlanse- news Item printed in th' ,a paper aa grows The only practical so much as of a concept wnlch
1. Take a breath and float 3. Eyes inhale through .. way
deep open ",t'ianttele wall a* all AP new dlsp.tches.' cannot be
we can tell whether the pinned down withIn -
vertically, chin forward close to the mouth as you push slowly downwardwith II ', 16 if./, JI 31 RoIdll.lllC' Entered a* second claaa matter at expansion
narrow limits,
Is "excessive" The upward
both hands. Do the Peat Offce ., Naples. Florida, is by
chest. Relax completely and you not waste IIn (loll under Act .f March 1, 1591.The the test of whether It leads to drift In the Consumer Price
"i Jl f }
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can hold your breath comfortablyfrom energy by trying to raise shoulders 39. Thul: IaI.k NEWS aaaume no reipon an increase of prices. Index since 1957 la probably
above water,
5 to 10 seconds. The back of J7 :/, J7 41 '/ U Guu for bIIY, I for the return of unaolicitedmanuacr But even if you agree that within the 'margin of Inde
your head will break the surface of 4. When lungs are full, slide underwater ':- // IhauMngf NEWS pta or photocraphaThe financialraaoone , inflation should be defined as flnablllty: ,"

the water As your head sinks under water / 41 / / 0 ff // 1 of. H. \thuet'estmenu 'b,I,ty, euume for typographical no *,- an upward trend In prices, All In all we conclude that
continue slow downward movement "'1 *r .m ta'oe. in advr'amania *- there Is still for contro- : the
2, Prepare for slow downward 46 but if not f *4 of ouch orem room country has not been in
Full 1 month
of arms and/or legs to prevent 41 4a 41 SIJ before the nut u"e ., the versy as to whether or not : an Inflationary during
push by raising the arms to shoulder sinking too deeply, / abbr5i piper will .p"t correctly that such Inflation has occurred in the situation -
oart the advertisement In which seven That
level, palms down, one leg extended 5. Now you are back at the first SI IJ 47 Camelhair the error occurred. In the event e the United States In recent is not to say that we years. not

forward, the other backward. position. Practice will enable you to /- d I time correct, element voiceless would. '. The render NEWS the years. The government's be In danger of Inflation may In
Begin exhaling through the mouth. continue the cycle for hours. H S ,f 18.1 I! odlmlonSII will. reduce the price of the adverteamen Wholesale Price Index has re. the future, or that expansionof
: tel Old. by en amount equal, to I
The Notlonol Ob..,.., of within a range of two credit may not be for
11 N.wIf.." ,., : the percentaie the total space cause
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Tumas' Beep-Beep, T.eJ.y. August e, !)'*

Exchange Club

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Quack-Happy Duck ry Hears Mumm On

+ t wraew Bank OperationsAt

BY DIANA SARGENT all convinced that he's a duck- slx.year.old< boy. +,,
Almost everyone, at sometime as a matter of fact, he acts Getting Beep-Beep out of the the Monday meeting at f-.
or another, receives or more like a playful puppy. His water Is no easy task, He Is ?b ' iRry I Beach Club the Exchange <:1.9:
fives an "Easter duck." But, playful antics and< apparent love definitely a "salt-water duck." of Naples had for their guest
few Caster duck present turn for the beach have made him Even so, all they have to do I speaker Bruce W, Mumm as.
out like this unusual one quite an afternoon attraction at Is pretend that they are going ilstant vice president of the First
This past Easter John Tuma VanderbUt beach. Every after to leave him by starting to walk National Bank of Naples
/ decided to surprise his wife noon Mrs. Tuma gets on her out of the water and he follows,
kMsier+l' r He discussed the four
Agnes with a duck. He went down bicycle and the neighbor's grey not at all like a duck-but more Iy ways a
to Corbin-Llndabury GardenCen.ter hound Speedy another beaching like a faithful dog, government has of taking care of
and< picked out a fluffy lit. enthusiast follows her to the With afternoon rains so frequent the national debt, Including gov.
tie yellow one. While quite beach. John Tuma gives his now, the Tumas usually ernment bonds,explained< how
this local bank w.llll
as othersfit
small the Tumas kept the lit. wife time to arrive at the beach put the bicycle In the car and
tie duck In a carton In the tar and then follows her In the car the Turn as,Beep-Beep and Speedyall Into the picture of govern
age and later moved him to the utl with Beep-Beep riding beside get In for the ride home. ment financing.Mumm

lily area as he cot bigger. Now him. Beep.Beep seems to have Probably the most unusual gave a comprehensive
a full-grown duck, he has Ms taken quite a liking to car rid. thing about Beep-Beep Is his picture of his bank's growth and
own little pen where he staysat Ing-he sits next to John Tuma tameness and< lack of fear of discussed the percentage of loans
tkl .MNw1.rA N .t+ night but during the day he "talking", probably the closest people. Mrs. Tuma says that made on assessed valuations. A
roams around the yard. thing to a backseat driver the often children at the beach see { short question and discussion
The little duck was never of. animal world has ever seen. him and< are naturally curious, period on banking operations tot.
tidally named. They sometimes When they arrive at the beach but It doesn't seem to phase Loved
called him "Snow White," for Beep-Beep hops out of the car him. When people see them play.

.-------- -"-- -- 1 mrrri-ni _n ri iiHimiri obvious reasons, or Beep-Beep. and< follows Speedy and Mr and big at the beach, they say that I Tie lucky man was Bob Jaeger.I ,
([According to the Tumas he Mrs. Tuma Into the water. Once they wished they had brought a and Exchanglte of the evening was
I we're
Beep-Beep 1
the beach!
II I going to seems to prefer Beep.Beep.) there he splashes around In the camera-and this Is just what the I Rex Lehman.

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---- Naples Cruise

A All aboard Court
Club Membership County

Has Swim Party

Newsmen Aided In Settling Slxty-four members of the Naples County Judge Richard M. Stan. Edward< Deacon forfeited $50bondfor Time to go home I
Cruise Club and their guest ley refused to accept a deferudint's reckless display firearms.
attended a cocktail and swimming guilty plea Monday and
party Friday afternoon around found him not guilty of failureto CHARGE DROPPED questions submitted by news
i Cuban Missile Crisis In 62 the pool at the Tahitian Cove have his car under control. James L. Allen produced aval For men, A dozen queries were glv.
Congress Inn. The judge listened with Inter. id driver's license In court,and a Barry Takes To Open Sea en to his secretaries to live to

The affair was arranged by est as John Frank Hitchcock de no valid license charge was drop. him but he answered< only halls)
WASHINGTON (AP) U.S.. Hilsman now teaching at the social committee comprised scribed what happened as he was ped. Robert Elllis Hill was found of them

Soviet messages relayed by an Columbia University reported: of Dorothy Stoneburner Edit overtaking and passing a car on not guilty of drunkenness. tfvOWT! uestiftAitommtnts "W1tatwyevvtr i
American newsman and a So. By Friday" Oct. ,26, of ,tb.. Austin, and Louise LaUbertj U.B. 41 north of Pine Lanes, It John .Joseph McKay was fined' Dav Of Rest Before Campaign', QI'I' tbe ''PT'lIOat )
viet agent helped score a break fateful week, the nuclear antagonists ., Some of the members cam had been raining hard and Hitch. $50 or 90 days for having nc tacks off South Viet Nam?"

through In the darkest hours of were eyeball-to-eyeball by boat. "It was a very pretty cock said he had control of his valid driver's license. Marcus BALBOA, Calif, (AP) Sen retorted he had excluded cam. Goldwater replied by taking
the Cuban missile crisis, ac. President Kennedy had demanded picture to see the boats anchored car until he hit a deep puddleof Delwin Smith was fined $35 or Barry Goldwater takes to the rumen too. these three questions
cording to a former U.S. intelli. < a pullout of the Soviet In the docking area and the water that formed In a de. 33 days for allowing anuniuthor. open sea again today for what! But he will take along his two "I think the American peopleare
fence official. missiles from Cuba and ordereda tables around the pool decorate) presslon of the road. Then the lied minor to drive. could be his last day of con. news secretaries. and their two entitled to ask some ques.
Roger Hilsman State Depart. naval blockade. The Kremlinhad ed with hibiscus,1* a spokesman driver lost control and went Intoa Juan Ramos, driver of an over plete rest until after the Novem assistants who may phone back tlons In regard to this event!
ment intelligence chief at the publicly rejected Kennedy' for the club said today. skid. width truck was fined $35 or ber election.His news from the boat Does the presence of American
time of the October 1962 con. proclamation. Some Soviet ship; The committee has promla "I know what you mean,"Judge 35 days Howard Douglas Blolchlnl schedule called for almost Wednesday Goldwater heads destroyers In the area signifythe
front it Ion, discloses in an article at sea had altered course, but ed another surprise for the mem Stanley said "it's nit your fault was lined $25 or 25 days a repeat of Sunday's outlngi A back to Washington to plunge possible landing of larger
for the Aug. 25 ibbue of Look the missile site building Cuba bership and will announce the< you lost control of your car, it's for speeding. leisurely trip on the Sundance,. Into a campaign schedule American ground< forces?
magazine that American Broad. was continuing full speed. plans at the regular monthly din. the State Road Department's... an 83-foot one-tlme PT boat that On Thursday and Friday he "Does it mean medium bomb.
casting Company correspondentJohn Mr X, one of Scall's new ner meeting of the group on Tues With that, he found Hitchcocknot Forrest Ivan Weeks, charged has been converted Into a luxu. will\ talk to separate groups of en are going to be used to interdict ]
A. Seal! was the Americanin contacts at the Soviet embassy day night August 11, In the Cove guilty. with destroying property for. ry yacht Republican senators and House the supply lines Does It I
the unofficial communications -telephoned the correspondent dining room.A Elmer Carl Cannon was fined felted $50 bond. Howard R.BrockJr. For a moment newsmen and members Also on Friday's mean a change Is taking placeIn
link. asking for an Immediate lunch grouper flshlngpartylsplan. $250 or 125 days in jail plus a forfeited $45.JamIlC. Lewl. photographers thought that to. schedule Is a speech to a OOP, foreign policy at White House
The Russian was Identified eon date. Over a luncheon table ned for next Saturday morning mandatory 10 days straight time, forfeited $30 and James Gorge day they might get close to the I candidate school run by Rep and State Department levels?"
only as "Mr. X," a senior Soviet in a downtown restaurant hi. August 9. Members will leave for driving while his license was Fortana forfeited $25 bond on Republican presidential candl. Bob Wilson of California The number one question one
official who headed Soviet intelligence quickly got to the point. Gordon Pass at 8 o'clock Sat. suspended. James W, Moore, speeding charges date whom they have not seen '7 1 will\ not be surprised," the list was political What'
In the United States. The Russian asked Seal to urday morning. while Intox. Goldwater said about President Johnson ellrnl.'
charged with driving Twelve cases were given one. since he brushed by them at the Monday "if the
Other sources said "Mr. X" find out at once from his friends icated asked for a jury trial. week continuances. Defendants Santa Rosa, Calif., airport speech has some political over. sating Ally Gen. Robert Kenne.
since has left the Russian em. in the State Department wheth. tones dy ss a vice presidential pout I
Donald Lee Smith was sen. involved are Ronnie Lee Baker Thursday In fact, throughout Au.
bassy hereStraying, er the U.S. government wouldbe Tourist Ad Meet tenced to 30 days in jail for John William Avers Willie Lath Goldwater apparently consld. gust | will\ be making speeches blllty? (
Interested in a solution to the being a minor In possession of Johnnie Dee Cotton Elouise Las. eyed taking the whole news fairly regularly and I might bee "That Is one the Democratswill
crisis in which the Soviets removed Set For 12 alcohol. John Brice Andrew dealing \ hive to answer" Goldwater *
U-2 August Wesley was slier, Robert Gordon crew along for a spin on I fairly regularly with po.
the missiles; they allowed given six months on a charge of Lee Harmon Louely Welch Her. Sundance But first the senator lltlcal Issues In each appear. said "Anyone they choose will I
U.N. Inspectors to supervise In Fort MyersThe non-support. bert Lasslter, Lonnle James ruled out the newsmen because ance." be saddled< with Bobby Baker

Plane AddedTo the pullout; they pledge Com. Barnes, James E, Douglas and he said, there wouldn't be room His comment on campaign Billy\ Sol Estes, South Viet \
not to reintroduce the missiles mission Florida has announced Development a sch. BAD CHECKS George P. Abowd. enough for them. Then It was 'plans was In answer to written Nam and waning U.s. prestige;In II
and America publicly pledgednot
Benjamin Boulla Issued two ,
Cuban Crisis to Invade Cuba. dale of meetings the Commit
worthless checks and fined
will hold the was
lion throughout
WASHINGTON (AP) An Scali promptly reported this state to offer an opportunity to $25 or 25 days for the first and In Montana .j

American U2 plane strayed over to Hllsman and Secretary ot preview Florida's fall and winter $50 or 511 days for the second. '
the Soviet Union during the State Dean Rusk. Rusk said this tourist advertising. campaign For being drunk and disorderly d I
height of the Cuban missiles was the first direct word that A meeting Is scheduled for in.terested .- Nathaniel P. Hutchinson was fin.
confrontation and caused" "a crl. the Soviets might be thinking of persons In this area on e-1 a total of $75 or 75 days. Gains in War on Delinquency b
sis within the crisis according o
a deal. Wednesday August 12, In Fort Lee Beasley charged with indecent
to former Mate Department intelligence Rusk asked Scull to tell Mr. X Myers at 4 p.m. In the First exposure, forfeited $100
chief Roger Hilsman ".... conference .. bond. William Sullivan was fined
that the U.S. government National Bank room. "
Hilsman one of the Kennedy; an written petition charging; the real possibilities" In the propo. $75 or 75 days for allowing By JACK J.ZYCMOND .
commission of any felony, persons '''' and rehabilitation
Administration Insiders during and proi
sltlon and to suggest that government unauthorized person to .
the October 1962 episode dls could for drunkenness.Reed .' HELENA, Mont (AP) hiving legitimate inherent are nut enough
closes the details In article representatives r News From Juvenile offenses, an awe In the proceeding, Including re.
ordered to H
work the matter out at the United Moran was pay of pub "Open court i l,blih public
for the Aug. 23 Issue of Look Nations. "Time is very ur. $'75 fine or serve BOdaysforlar.ceny tome, growing problem in lic tponsiblerepresentslives information media, shall not ", It I is a myth that" pub-,

magazine gent" Rusk emphasized. County Records of tools The judge Issued the nation, come against be excluded from such; heinng" ; glamorizes juvenile and
The downing of a hlgh.flylni While Scali was relaying this warrants for two defendants who stiff hand Montana the .. him wore Any juvenile,
a in The key Is written petitumby
U2 reconnaissance plane deep word to Mr. X in a coffee shop failed to shows John E. Hutto lthnot, adult, who (likes to see his
and one of the mum reasons Is i71y the county attorney -
Inside Soviet territory had In secret cable CHANCERY DOCKET charged with issuing a worthless In the criminal
that evening, a forbidden. paper a* a
ar-old Judas who sdvocs9swoodshed It publicity is
Itself caused a crisis In 1960 from Soviet Premier Khrushchev petition establishing quality or check and Bobby Gene McCollun, and Loble's juvenile I In a clai with those who
punishment tough fight against
The United States discontinuedthe to Kennedy also indleat trustee re trust under will of charged with having no valid dri laws."Muntina. crime began in 1956 when he wet .. .wl""' ...... He Is dan.rou. *

flights over the Soviet Union Ing a willingness to negotiate George H. Smith deceased. ver's license. ," says gray-haired, elected district judge. He d*. and should be so doll
after that but has continued to was arriving at the White Richard Stanton Demere T. Carroll Farmer forfeited $50 gruff-voiced: District Judge Lea scribes his first year ss "anllt1tm.r. My experience show the
use the planes in other areas. Demere divorce. bond on a charge of discharginga .. way to break up a gang
House. Carolyn err H. Loblc, "owns the but .." with. 99 cases involving
Hilsman wrote that during The next day the Kremlin reversed Jewell D. Jackson Pretzlaw, firearm within 300 yards of a juvenile court law in the nation." serious off nee. Helen. I a public healing, naming
crucial hours of the Cuban af. its line and broadcast i a Earl Ransone, Flarius Lee Ran. state road right-of-way. Deputies Tough, yes. Bui former delinquents residents, according to Loble, and having the blame
fairs Khrushchev note reneging on its cone y. Florida Land and 1m spotted him shooting garfish in are coming back to hid no confidence in .the court, where It belongon the
"An American V2, on a rou. the canal alongside SR 29. Jack and his "
be. proposals of the night before provement Co., a dissolved for thank him for straightening out which ws* then cloud. parents.
tine alr.sampllng mission North Ru&k asked Scali to see Mr. X Ida corporation et al, quiet title their liv... And authorities fromaster It was from this point that he In nunfelonycases, Loble's
tween Alaska and the again to find out what hap Alma Luclle Hamilton West Great Britain successful drive to 1"n
star Miami NewsmanIn as are taking began his I II closed "we can lay our
Pole had picked the wrong
pened. The Soviet official bad brook v. George J. Westbrook "
and at .n interested look st the Loble put the offender in the spotlightand I on the table, he explains.
for Its return flight was
changed his tune too. Scull ac divorce.
Soviet Havana Has technique, assume his rponibility asa offender mey be placed on
that moment over the cused him of a "Rlnklne double Gulf American Land Corp. v. "I probably have use best and member of society uriiether he but he' told that If,
Union. had cross" and said the United Florence K. Jacobs, complaint\ Films Seized moat efficient force of probation be 12 or 17.Dheiptlne. comes back he'd better bring
"Soviet fighter planes
determined forfeiture.
States was absolutely for cancellation and "
land he's
officer in the toothbrush because going
scrambled The U2 pilot had to get the missiles out 01 Georgene Manor T. Carl| MIAMI (AP-Al Burt, Latin Loble ssys "The woodshed is C._. "ra' - stay for awhile, '
gone on the air -in the cI.ar- America editor of the Miami
Cuba. Mazor divorce. back, indifferent "I'm tough ," Loble says "Th twin enemies of crime
coming parents yes
to call for help. American fight. UsabeUe ., Herald said today In a copy. Letter M. Loblc
Again the Russian presumesbly Elizabeth Ann v Joseph Judge
are diminishing, they don't want "but 1 spend lots of time on prevention fear of punishment and fear
ers In Alaska had also scram sent back word to the Krem. William Lisabelle, divorce righted dispatch from Havana the publicity or the heel." and rehabilitation. For national leader in the publicity 1..rtllddln.,
bled and were attempting tcrendezvous tin while Kennedy was making a Fuller Industries Inc v. HeleiF. that he was arrested and held
offense, I don't In the
For three years, under 1961 an atrocious fight against juvenile lplin. begin high
with the U2 to escort for three hours for taking pic.
to the
formal public reply Hawl foreclose lien. "
law he fathered Loble has been spend time trying to talk him out not the electric their
it home." proposition. John M. Bailey T. M.E. Stall, tures of the Mexican consulate. permitting open court hearing* of a life of crime I can't, even delinquency.
Hilsman said that when he rot) Sunday morning Kru.hchnannounced lags et al, foreclosure. Burt, one of a group of U.3. for juvenile hoodlums who commit If the social worker think so. Idaho
the he ran upstairs In the ordered the of the police. They're the fall The name comes
news he had newsmen who went to Cuba to felonies and vicious crimes. Send him to reform school Ofprilon
White House to tell President offensive arms withdrawn. The MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED report on Fidel Castro's cere. Their parents sit in the front row and then, after he h... guys," Lottie ssys. "Too the Shoshone Indian greet
Kennedy. eventual settlement followed James Gerald Marshall anN'ancy "The Implications were ob. much of the formula set forth In Louise Henson Naples. man who saw him take the pic. get full newspaper coverage including abundance of help from me." Jud... The social worker. Inherently ', he sun Is coming down
vlous and horrendous he ',dd. the first Sca .Mr, X meeting. Virgil Stephns Jr., Naples,and tomes ran after him and called the names of the juvenile' Nationwide., publicity Is cresting opposed to punishment mountains." It was a greet
"The Soviets might weU regard Mary Ella Rolling, Immokalee,. a militiaman.He offenders. a demand for Loble is a is out for rehabilitation"
this U2 flight as a last.mlnuti That evening with the back of Charles W. Townsley and Bar leaders in In a letter entitled "This fear morning.
the crisis broken Mr. X met) said that after being que. Loble sjy* that elsewhfje speaker. Legislative
intelligence for reconnaissance nuclear in Scull for the last time "The Information ., bars S. Scott, Naples ttoned he was released with an where secrecy Is the I.. the several aisles hens asked for --
preparation war. you supplied" be told apology from a foreign office crime rue goes up end up. In his copies of Montsna's open court INSTRUCTION
Kennedy, reported Hilsman "was values representative. His films were division, juvenile felony cues law., "I don't tell them how to PIANO
"gave a short laugh that broke the ble newsman to the chairman very in helping Fresh Water Spouts confiscated, Burt added. are down 49 per cent compared to operate. their law. I tell then Certified Member MTNA DMTNA

the tension. 'There' is always, him make up his mind quickly.: Although waterspouts may When be took the pictures, the three-yctr period before the what I'm doing" Beglmers te College Preparatory
some so-and-so, he said, 'who u Associated Press draw up tome water from the Burt said, there were lines out. Loble law went Into effect. Downtown audio
doesnt get the word.' ScaB was before Joining ABC la tea n. s r their base, the side the Mexican eo. s a I ate The law. It tingle It provides .Net. Peeled fellce Ann Welmer rhone Ml 23197l

Eventually wrote Hllsman, newsman 1962 to the missile show,, greater pajt of the water they waiting to apply for permission that "whenever the hearing In "In the big cities, the fc> that
afely.the U2 made It back to baN I down.prior contain 1. fresh water. to leave Cuba. the juvenile court is had on a law I U flaunted I I. not the fault


* * * * * * * * Osceola PowersTo I

8 GAME Victory At I

:t ny TIME : 4r Naples Speedway

David LYen i '. H. Osceola drove Ills (1955I
i I io\rulet, to victory In the lateii SPORTS
I",,,lei feature race at Naples;
Hlfh students who like to bowl should
school and allege "I 11"edwaj' Saturday night.
ta warned that, If the) bi'wl in a sanctioned adult league, Hob> otefer\JIIl1er/ and Richie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
they jeopardlKe their amateur standing \ ill/, hunk, I'concllAdthtrd places'
I b,'hind oveola: in MI i exciting
Apparently enforcement of thus little rule has not been tLI ee." d\ battle for the lead. 6 01.l.IEII I t ot'1'\) ; NEWS Tuesday, August 4, 1984
strut In, prior yean, hut the ABC It tightening It up this Diofenthaler and Yahl were only -- -. --.. -----

Year, presumably In cooperation with state high school inc" has behind during most of the ... '...... ..
athletic associations And you know how touchy Floyd Lay I Hnnlng,lJut OIClO1a kept the lead. Pro Grid Teams
U about these things, rtpedally when they Involve Naples ills victory puts Osceola In III. .
bujs. cod place in HM bt.model dri ,
ver point standings, only two Get Ready For
In addition, bowlers under 18 will have to get written points behind Yahl, who won the
permission from parents before being allowed to compete semi-feature Saturday Dlefen. : Season's
In u adult bowling league, I am told. Dialer and Osceola each captured OpeningB

a heat race.Herman .
But please note the above rules do not apply to sanctioned Blakely of Fort M'ers tWM ) DICK COUCH
junior leagues, where boys and girls bowl only for trophiesand won the Australian pursultevent, .\SSIH"uted Press Sports Wrltet
patches and never for cash prizes and he also finished In front in Budd Dial, a prize addition
the jalopy feature race. He took i tu the Dallas Cowboys' pass.re.
Bowling in a league strikes me ai being just about as a Jalopy heat race besides Wal. Hiving corps, rested today after
"professional" as playing a pinball machine,but then I don't h'' York won the seml.feature '. t t a successful operation, but the

make the rules. Prize funds may be returned bowlers 100 and was second In the feature be. ..... A,' former Pittsburgh Steelers star
per cent, but the bowler never gets anything back of that hind Blakel)'. Carl Partin took 1 will be a big question mark
$1.55 he pays each week Just to use the alleys p- the first heat race.A F' when his new club opens the
; ;1J LAG goes to Richie Yahl winner of late.model semi. powder-puff race is scheduled d National Football League sea.

feature race Saturday night at Naples SpeedwaxRl\ loads O D.Odceola for August 15 All women son next month.
NO TIME FOR APATHYThe by two points in their battle for first pin* in I point standingsfor wishing to drive must register Dial, acquired from the Steel
decline of Softball In these parts will be hastened late-model drivers (Hewitt photo) with track officials. rIf.l eis last December, underwent 1
U Softball tournament officials are only as Interested lathe There is racing each Satur. surgery in Dallas Monday to
gam as they seem to Indicate. day at 830 p.m., weather per. coned a tear In the middle
mining, at the quarter-mile as. muscle of his right thigh The
Tnt' number of fast-pitch' players! Is not what It used to Harry Billie'sHit phalt track, located on Radio Rice alumnus was hurt last
be, here nor anywhere else. Many factors are responsible, Baseball , { Road a short distance east of week during a workout at the
Including the growth of slow-pitch' ball and creation of the airport ( .\ '/'iltplioloJ11MI / Cowboys' training camp in
modern-day diversion such as television.The Nails Win 1y.. LIST I'atU Caiftto Thousand Oaks, Calif.

.. \ of Commerce. t alif" poses ina "We are very pleased with the
shortage of good fast-pitch hurlers is so acute In For G-Pirates Roundup Cox-IIartnett \"utorliat after! she broke results," said General ManagerTex
Miami, for example, that softballoftlclalsthere contemplate ? THE ASSOCIATED PUSS I two world records In the Schramm. But, according
breaking up the strongest team's pitching staff In an effortto Harry Blllie broke up Fri Winning TwosomeAt National AAl'' swimming I i to team doctors, Dial won't be
restore some balance to the Miami league. day's battle between Gastonia By MIKE RATHET centagt point of the flrst.place champIOnships at Los Altos able to run at full speed for
and Lexington with a single that Associated Press Sports Writer New York Yankees And Cleve. Big CypressThe Calif fatty is 13 about six weeks The Cowboys
So the game can ill afford to have unconcerned leagueand drove In the winning run In a 6.5 Bob Bailey, hlghtly touted land defeated Washington 42. and St. Louis Cardinals kirk off
district officials heading the sport. If officials don't Gastonla victory that boosted the youngster who dragged througha Jose Pagan was Involved In Greater Naples Golfing! the regular NFL schedule at
c&re. the players. may not care as much either. G-Plrates all alone Into second poor rookie season under the both San Francisco runs as the Association played at Big Cy. Dallas Sept 12.
place In the Western Carolina pressure of a whopping bonus, Giants built a 24 lead. He beat press Sunday, using a low.ball Junior High Another pass-catchli stand.
This year, the new chairman of the Softball sub-district League. Is beginning to pay dividends. out a bunt in the fifth inning and point system for scoring pairs, out, Chris Burford of the Kan.
I i I't't 1'1 i twide the Naples league with any Information on Billie and his teammates have A $150,000 bonus baby who eventually scored on Duke Snl. with handicaps.One sas City Chiefs, underwent a
,ts: nv.ii a'Ii'1t) the fculwJlitrkt tournament Thlstournament, made a good showing so far In batted a dismal .228 last season, der's single. In the sixth he point was awarded for a Players Tipped : knee operation today In Dallas
II mac II Naples, has competed for several years, was held the second half of the split sec Bailey continued his heavy hit. drove In Tom hailer, who had bogie, 2 points for a par, 3 points The American Football League
MI' t: i I', remote Palmetto, the chairman's home town. Ion. The team had a 21.24 re. ting Monday night by slamminga doubled, with a sacrifice fly for a birdie, and 4 points for an Get In ShapeProspective star had a similar operation two
.., I i,v Ius years, the chairman was an Arcadia man who cord through Friday night, only key triple in the eighth Inning Bailey then got the Pirates eagle. years ago. He Injured the knee
ovldod necessary tournament Information to leagues 7 game out of first place. and a game-winning single In rolling against Bob Bolln, who The winning twosome, R. Cox junior high foot. two weeks ago and will be side
roughout the far-flung: sub-district But the Recreation The Seminole from Collier the ninth that gave the Pittsburgh had a five-hit shutout through and R. Hartnett, compiled 75 ball players "had better be inshape" lined for six more weeks. KC
artment, which has operated the local league for many County was honored by being Pirates a 3.2 victory over seven Innings. After Manny points. 18 the first Coach Haiik Stramm said half
ars, was not told this year of the July 7 team entry dead. selected to play In the league'sallstar the San Francisco Giants Mota stroked a plnch.hlt double Next In line were I. Capelle day of by August Coach,Bill Mar. back Abner Haynes will replace
lie Presumably, the new chairman knew of his duty to mall game as a utility In. The two hits lined Bailey's with one out In the eighth, Ball and G. Spitzer, 74 points; J. shall warns. Burford at split end in the
'irtlnenl tournament Information to every town In the subistrltt fielder. The 1962 Naples High average to .304 and boosted the I ey slammed his triple and came Winters and R. Deason, 71; R. There are only 25 days be. Chiefs' exhibition opener with
with a team. grad, a catcher during his base. Pirates Into third place In the I home with the! tying run on Bill Rice and C. Rice and R. Baker tween the first practice and the the Oakland Raiders Sunda.
ball and Softball career here, tight National League |>nnaiil Vlrdon's single. and R. Vance, tied with 69; R. first and the The NFL champion Chicago
Naples teams probably never would have heard about the currently Is playing shortstop struggle, 4'/j games behind the In the ninth, after Bill Mazer. Golden and G. O'Green and R. game to waste, boys time C&l1't&fIord Boars, prepping for their Friday
'urnament had not some persons at this end taken It upon for the Pittsburgh farm club. front-running Philadelphia Phil. oskl and Dick Schofleld had sin. Abbott and C. Clrou, tied with ting right to work any the coach get. night date with the College All.
themselves to do a little checking and make personal ap. Those who know Blllie best at. lies and 2Vi lengths behind the gled, Bailey came up with two 68.The points out. Marshall, will Stars at Chicago, went through
"eats to the chairman fur tournament information tribute his batting troubles to Giants. out and poked a grounder up the best gross cards turned in later open stiff offensive and defensive
practice a day than NaplesHigh
fielding worries. He has not A vital offensive weaixin In middle for the clincher. during the tournament were: Dale School's drills after Coach George Ilalassaid
grldilors.Marshall <
caught a single game since Pitts the pirates' bid to duplicate Pappas, bringing his record to Williams 74, Dick Vance 75, and hopes for 40 boys to scouting reports show the
ONE WAS NOT ENOUGH burgh signed him, but Instead their 1960 pennant, Bailey has 10.5, blinked the Angels on R. Abbott 79. participate in junior high foot current All-Star squad Is strong.
!\j, i, U such a logical pastime, it seemed only natural has been exposed to third base, always spoken freely about the eight hits and did not allow i The next tournament Is set for ball this fall. There was no jun. er than the one which upset
it the curious Clay.LUton debacle last winter would be first base, and shortstop. Blllie pressure applied by the gigantic runner past second base. While the first Sunday In September, lor until Mar. Green Bay last year.
allowed' by a rematch. Is batting about .228 currently, bonus and his meager acconvpllshments he was shutting out Los Angelesfor with the site to be announced lat. shall high came grid in program 1962 and fielded The Packers, who meet St.
but Is respected for his extra, as a rookie last year the third time this season, er. team that fall. Louis Saturday night at New
That fight, In which each tried to lose to the other In I base power and high runs.batted.in when the Pirates nosedived to 'the Orioles pounded Bo Bellntkyfnd a The coach has a five-game Orleans, examined pictures of
bizarre series of circumstances, was held in Miami Beach. total.Hutchinson. eighth place, four successorsforlShlts. the club's first Introsquad, game
and has
schedule set high hopes
There Is still a fair chance that's where the rematch will Bailey's key hits dropped the I Dick Brown collected three Name'anlcsley fill and! coach. ,, Vince Lombardi! laud.
tak.ej.Uce.J Giants: two.: games behind the'1its' ( for Baltimore whtlrBronk t ,..11'1, ef tjiidlBi.i., 'contract. ed the performances of rookie
it uit Xinieralready
Phillies' who were rained out of'',ffoglnson'eud'Sanl DoW n.i e'Uch To SEC Cage Post ed include Punta Gorda here, tackles Steve Wright, Alabama,
Nevada's state boxing board last week Issued a statement Out a game against the Los Angeles drove In two runs with a pair of and and John McDowell, St. John's,
saying the two principals and the promoters will not be welcome Dodgers emits. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) North Fort Myers Cypress Minn.
In Las Vegas, scone of previous boxing matches other Of Hospital; Says Only two other games were The Indians broke a 2-2 tie Claude Tankbley of Nashville, Lake on home-and-home the road, and a series two. The Cardinals held a 90mln.
|kUtes did not want. scheduled, both In the American against the Senators In the Tenn. will assume the duties of game, ute workout in 95.degree weath.
He Feels Better League Baltimore rode Milt fourth when Chico Salmon dou. supervisor of basketball officials with tough Fort Myers Junior er, stressing offensive patternsto

Miami Death has its own boxinccommission Us stan. CINCINNATI (AP) Coach Pappas' shutout pitching to a bled, Vic Davallllo beat out an for the Southeastern Con. High be employed against the
dards have beon rather liberal. For Instance,betore the firstLjMonCUy Dick Slsler is enjoying running 7.0 victory over the Los Angeles Infield hit and Billy Moran for ference, succeeding Roy Mun. Packers..
thing the commission did not care that Liston the Cincinnati Reds but ''I hope Angels and to within one per. lowed with a sacrifice fly. Da. dorff, SEC Commissioner Der. The Baltimore Colts will play
nad been dotted a license to fight In New York because of and pray" that Manager Fred vallllo and Dick Howser each nle Moore said today. F 0 their intrasquad charity game,
n.i. s-thaiLstorllng! character. Hutchinson recovers and he collected three hits In a 14-hlt Moore accepted Mundorfi'eresignation rained out Monday night, to.

"can take over again" attack Monday. State night. The Municipal Stadium
Clay bttiomlrjchampion b affiliating with a group that has some chest cancer, was released victory with Luis Tlant's relief since 1954. His Job was to serve 8By fans.
curious Ideas about how to solve the race question. Fine Monday from Christ Hospital ,heli.' as basketball rules interpreterand League >
p teacher, and as trainer,
where he was confined for a YHE THE
scout and coordinator of offl.
week of tests. But It was not an.
Sing nounced If the 44.year.old man. Nicklaus Tops clals In the conference. ASSOCIATED PRESS Van Raaphorst

Leaders ager would rejoin the team W. L Pd. 0.13.
I league I Tuesday night for a doublehead.er Pro Golfers As WHAT A CADDIEI! Tampa 33 11 .678- Has Lonely Role
with the Milwaukee Braves. B LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) St. Pete 21 13 .618 2
The decision apparently will Money Maker After purchasing 100 practicegolf Orlando 19 16 .5n 41hLakelollld
Nabs" il i League American League be left to Hutchinson A club 15 13 .530 5 For All-Stars
Batt! t <22'!, at bats) Cle.mente Batting ((229 at bats) Ollvi, spokesman said Hutch will re. By 'THE ASSOCIATED PUll DUNEDIN (AP) The top balls Paul Grubbs made arrangement Miami 18 18 .500 6
Wll. Minnesota .366 Mantle NewYork man on the Professional Golfers ) to drive to the front
Pittsburgh, .3-18; ; CIIICAGO AP) During the
turn when "he says he feels up National League of his where would Ft.Laud. 15 17 .169 7 (
Association list of win. office a man
Hum Ctu< id: ,340 .323. to It." Hutchinson went from thehospital W. I.. Pet. G.B money hand them him. Day'na B'chl1 22 333 111/) College Ail-Star drills when big
Ollva Minnesota 77 ners is Jack Mcklaus with $92, to
Runs Mays, San f'ranel.'o, Runs ;
to his suburban home to Phlla'phla 60 42 .588 Just the Sarasota 10 22 .313 lZMonday' strong men battered each otherin
917. as man stepped out
Allen 77. Howser Cleveland 69.
i Philadelphia, ,
preparation for Fridaynlght'l
San Fran. 60 46 560 2 Nlcklaub is followed by Arnold the door the paper sack split Results
i batted In Stuart Dos.
Run: jtted in Boyer St. Runs ,
Slsler who has the Orlando 9 2 game against the Chicago -
guided Pittsburgh 55 48 .545 41,) dribbled Tampa
and balls into
Palmer with $84,693 and 100 golf
ton 85 Killebrew Minnesota
Louis 78; Santo, ChUngo, 74. ; Reds since July 27, also said he Cincinnati 57 48 .543 4j Tony Lema at third spot with the heavy rush-hour traffic.Grubbs' Daytona Beach 13, Lakeland 4 Bears, one big, strong man
Hits 81.
Clements, Pittsburgh, didn't know when Hutch will Miami 8 Sarasota 2 played a relatively lonely role.
Milwaukee 54 49 .524 6Vi Mrs MarthaToombs ,
$66,778 BUI Casper Jr., at$62, secretary,
lilts Ollva Minnesota 150
: ems, Chl< ago, 138. ; St. Dick Van Raaphorst of Ohio
turn. Lauder
4 Fort
Petersburg ,
St. Louis 54 50 .519 7
fourth and ran outside and
926 was Gary Player retrieved
Doubles -- Williams, Chicago, B. Koblnsun, Baltimore, 124 "As dale 3 State took no part in the muscle
far as I know I'll still be Los Angeles 51 51 .500 9 was fifth with $52,449. every one of them (lr innings)
27; Clementa, Pittsburgh, 26. Doubles Dressoud, Boston In charge until he comes back Chicago 49 53 .480 11 vs. muscle scrimmages. If It
Triples rinson, Clni'Innutl, and Oliva, Minnesota, 27 actively," Slsler said Monday Houston 46 62 .426 17 ----- hadn't been for his football unl.
9; Santo ('hi, igo, 8. TripleeYaetrzemekl, Bos. night form, Van Raaphorst would
.318 281
New York 34 73 ,) " : :
Home rap a-Mays, San Fran. ton, Fregosl, Los Angeles and Slsler said he met with Hutch. Mond.Ay'lltesults. : have appeared to be a stranger
i 29; Williams, Chicago, 24. Versalles, Minnesota, 8. Inson after his release and the Pittsburgh 3, San Francisco 2 t :, : to the practice sessions.Over .
Stolen b.ICbWill. Los An. Home runs Klllebrew Win.nesoU c
and over again Van
manager told him he's "feeling Los Angeles at Philadelphia, ar
30; Brook, St. Louts, 23. 30) Powell, Baltimore,, a little better." The Reds have postponed, rain i ib1 Raarhorst/ practiced what he
a 'ilng (10 d.clslons-Kou. 28. refused to comment on the re. Only games scheduled does best kicking field goals.And .
i mi'i lea and Marlchal, Stolen bases-Aparlclo, Bald'' suits of llutchlnson's examlna. Today's. Games If the All-Stars defeat the
,n'' is,I''i, 15.5, .750. more, 41)) Wets, Chicago, 16. tlon. Milwaukee at Cincinnati 2 Bear. In Soldier Field, the boot.
Ikejuts, -houfax, Los Ange. Pitching (10 derisions Punk., Slsler, 43, in his first role as twl-nlght 's inj Buckeye might provide them
It Oi.Mlile, Los Angeles, er, Baltimore, 12.2, ,8 71: Ford r,'manager of a major league San Francisco at New York, I i.in of victory.
New York, 12.3, .800. club, said he was surprised N '. an Raaphorst, a 21.year.old
Strikeouts fiaJatz, Boston.,, when told he would he In charge Chicago at St. Louis, N a II IIN IIN IIe I")r'. 6.1 220 pounder was one of theti
134; Peters, Chicago, 130 during Hutch's absence Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, a, i field goal kickers In rolle.
IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI glate ranks last season He set a
scheduledWednesday's Big Ten record with six goals in
I I Only games
GMCWUCKS.REAaYfor'641. Games conference competition and
Los at Pittsburgh N eight for the year. He boots
them long and he boots
I I Houston at Philadelphia, ., short. them

WITH By Tommy Armour twUiight Chicago at SI. Louis, N Because of the tremendous
BttfAKIHUaUGH Milwaukee at Cincinnati N defense the Bears are expected
[NBINIUUNBIN San Francisco at New YotkN to throw at the AlUSars, Van

Proper Follow-thru ]I Finish with hands high | Raaphorst should have plenty of
chances to
Ameiican League 1 try his specialty
AIIIII1M 'PUP FOLLOW-THRU of W. L Pet G.B 1I I The All Stars will find the

J.t golf Mint mean a lot New York 63 38 6i4 .. going rough when they get Into
mon to the average player Baltimore 66 40 023 Bear territory and the Bears'

v dean it lays) to the expert, because Chicago! 61 4011'\ ; 1 R se ondary has no Intention of
the ordinary golfer i ie Los Angeles 36 54 109 U 1 allowing All-aar quarterbacks
I Boston 52 54 491 14 to throw touchdown bombs
] shot of.
apt to quit on a instead '
( Minnesota 50 55 .476 l"S'j
f finishing\ the Jol The expert .JIv" Detroit 51 57 .472 16
always; competes\ (lie work of Cleveland 48 58 .453 18

hitting the ball. What hap- Kansas City 40 65 ,381 2'\ J
NEW! pens after the ball is on itsway Washington 41 70 .369 27' ,
may or may not indicate Monday's Results
N' I In.Until- manna' N.w b "In,.. what the did in the Cleveland 4, Washington 2
1'1.11' II .cl\ niwt N... expert
pmnl MtlV nv >
., ,Im.tlul S.wlr-,ilju. li., earlier: stages of his shotmukHIR Baltimore 7, Los Angeles 0 WHY RISK 'EM ?
Inlan N.w e.p.k.t l | ltibrk,lio l Only games scheduledToday's
Nm |I"tkui*, Mn.li. ilnkM and The average golfer ought !
:: ...I'aege wild a.1 \,f.i..I'I.: 'I hn'truck< .!!, to finish with the hand high Boston at Minnesota Games, N NO RISK 'EM

'41'u.6: Me. no r. .row-Inn...k I"'r.r Th.ri.r.. awn Chw and his body facing the hole on New York at Kansas City, CALL NOW FOR MSf...
,1..1" .0IUn. tun>ou to try! his full whole. When he haslet Washington at Cleveland, N EXPERT URVIUI

READY TO GOt goal I in mind he is going: gjij Baltimore at Los Angeles, N
to throw the club head out Detroit at Chicago, N NORISKCHEMICAL

ONLY $1799 after the ball and let centrifugal Wednesday's Games .- .. .... -- .t

LUFF GMC force do the rest. New Baltimore York at at Los Kansas Angeles City, N>1 111GlI.PHICEI: )- .Fiurofth-' most promising rookies in the Amcr .n F "II I) League this CO.

(t. 18(1: br m.Cble.o ''trl b..... l",ston at Mlinesuta, N year cost their emplove-j: : 'nty of money for the initial invest: 'nt The are quarter, 6 MONTH GUARANTEE
1421 Ninth St., N. Detroit at Chicago, N back Pete Beathard of k fit' itop left tackle Scott Applet'\ >( Houston:, top right), *
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,& "., ; *! a closed season Florida has 4:... !... .:. +.. -..;.,, \.'" ''&iu'L5; '. .;.. .:....::...;:;..;:.::.I..i: ; :: ..: . . ".

R4lh, :. ,: ;. Shrimp IndustryIn neither He recommended, he said. a law that ". ;; 7 ;

Bad Way, Says would 70 provide shrimp a per minimum pound countof with .' .f A "r' r". S1Jj mr..yr 0"

Director HodgesMIAMI heads heads on.Drive off. and 47 per pound with ( f : ::; '

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I ;r;;".. .' .fM .. III .. .. ("IIt'... .(, I. II .. .. .. . I"1'. :. . .. :..... .
(AP) State Conser. Carefully And LIve

vatlon Director Randolph

Hodges says the Florida shrimp

Industry way Is "In a pretty bad PUBLIC NOTICi 'ue jo9tNIdwa


A tlve Committee on Fisheries and AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY

Resources Monday that some FLORIDA
conservation measures are PRETZLAV 22/O7

needed. EARL RANIONE and
w. a Wells of the Carolina Ptnnt,fftFLORIDAVLAND .

Shrimp Co. of Key West agreed AND . . . . . . . . . . . . . 555S5 55 S S S 555 55 555 S5C

that the state shrimp IndustryIs IMPROVEMENT COMPANY

In peril He recommended littolvt Florid' Corporation' 1AnnouncementsPI.AU RUDDER ST.UlrSMI10 7 48-Aptt. For Rent

z "k1 tI "count" law to protect small Cl ", Dtlindtnt Lov.l- '- air COMIIIOno .mcrney -

shrimp. IN CHANCERY NO SRI BEAUTY SALON N N.pl. SuiUbli I tdull.

"Flsh rmen In the Marathonarea S lJTla QUIET TO DEFENDTht TITLE .ISis IT."',505753BoatsMotors...., TrotMIdway 23-Misc. For Sale .ac Sos Ml'ftllT, orlv MItiS7SStoS t/tl.tf_

have been coming In and Stoso of Flor:dt to Lards S S.drporn Apt fursish.ad. .
Uttd Ttltvit.
for tilt Till
wiping out the small shrimp," FLORIDA Ml 71174. 1/221 No emoll ct'ildrsn pots
Florid .r
COMPANY ttolvtd :
on Kolly I Rood, Pt., S 2052.il
he said. Corporition_ tnd ,ill unknownluccntort Accei.II SEWING MACHINE lt
ind/or Trutlitt or Sue Du* to Divorci F'kdrm. lun,ihoj sofa.
Mis. 1 or
I Wells said that Alabama, Cltior Truttllt and HAMILTONDISITON lust Whit, J'I' Z*| look and nisl.d Souls ..ith cirport on
slssippi, Louisiana and Texas WHITFIELO H DRAKE ChritCrift ind .11.' for soot I 1ko: n..... monogrtmt but. pr.votisstat. Call Andtrton
._ IE LEWIS W. LAHR. T HENRY Al solO er tridi I.. K.ll.y tlQuHihort tonltolss. sos on bultont. fancy M' 2 1011 4/911
have count laws and also have BURY J J DUNNE AND INQ Or Vtndtrbllt, .tI.".. ov.rc..l> raw *diSmiH .

I- "- ''' ;;''"IW ,ind/or thtraholdirt of FLORIDA binc or ? 41 per
: 7J7I Aj"--I: bedrm Furnnetr ,
INDIANS INVADE FAIR A addition to the Florida Pavilion LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY month Writ Bon AM. Col,
new 5-Buiinet 0pps.SUSINESS I I.r founts Nr-wi bitch 4 ihopping' Yrly
Florid' Corpor
i U the KNciirlndcs: show nrca in which a Florida Seminole family isfeatured. lion tnd 5 W N. HALDEMAN: sod -.- FOR sALE or'"' monthly" 23041 I/23H

I Shown here PUBLIC NOTICE lo 5155 unknown tpoutt of thi tbovintmd FOR SALE Couch, Fruit Wood DInIn5.5.t I 4 t b.droom ipli Forn.ohd.
of their traditional thatch-roofed
is the building ind niturtl I diltndtntt; the D.l'colossen S flourmot load prvnt t ontl, with Chin Cobb, Clou to thoppng |63 4 115 p.'
o))<'I\-8idcd chickcc The Indian family from Big Cypress Swamp in LEOAL NOTICE plct of ,..'d.n.. and post oil,.. "op. N,.. man S wIts, ours. .' nil 1,151 lonilh bid olhrMM month Clll <' P. H.,,,. it
.. 5.01 I.", loc.ton 7 Y. ' 2I2M
.dd'.. 5 OIl 01 who' sreonh.n own: iltmi Cail Ml Randolph Fullir Oltici, Ml'
the Everglades will entertain the visitors with their ancient crafts. Tht NOTICE City Council OF PUBLIC of the HEARING City of Nteltt ,If ths .100" n..d ,...on. or. dcd. 1..II.nl CIontsli Good tor'ns 104'. H 104,110. Lnk 2111 Cav 2 1941 "... 104' 2 UU.JII. .

will hold t public hiirini In co... lhir rnoictivt. .known 10 .' ht party Call 1041 \l; loRood 7"1 t.w.I.1I
.; crtditort 355g.
rt. divitivt grantaat or
$5. Council room it City, Mill ian
Stolen Car FoundIn Ith Strut South Nplt Florid. tt end sIt othtr partos 55 p.rsons Trtmindoul b., Will
oundsr 49 Houiei For RentFor
I 30 P m' on Augutl II I 1954 to httr clamIr5: by throuih ill Want. FemaU 101. gulor All picl to com -
.nd etherp.rsoss 13-Help
them rttptctlvtly
Than ;
Business Looks Better obi.ctans, of til Inttritttd partontlo .
hiving or elumIng btlhraom or counter tops
Parking Lot pr port'os Pll root until DM lit for
tho confirmttlon of the 1"I""n. I*, quarry t II.. ppr
int.r.it intnd
till or
.ry ttiMimtnt roll for SinittrySiwcr tny r:iht WAITRESS WANTED h f"t": dnh.i. toathbruthhpldtn : coupl. only Bttul,ful' Air Con
I Suspicious when he noticed a Improvtmintt lnttlld In th. to thi lollowmg, ditcribid Cobbler prop Ovtr II Apply I Doss LigttR.x.l op AII.t M>% oil dxlir dilioncd gu..l hout IIOO 00
1964 two 5 ni ...,.n".d it Sanitary Stwir trty lying Florid and. In Ntplt ShoppbrgG.rI CtnterV7.3 Cost and mono on somo ,tns pir mo plus utilitm. Anntttot
Tempest parked nights County' to wit
Omelet No 1. the boundirltt of If Wtdn.tdlv it th* l 1..1 dyI : W,..., Ritltot Ml 2IS7IS4 .
Average For 'Dog Days'By all night In the Kwlk Chek park. which 5,55. follow: PARlkL A of Qov.rn to trtln for ...."n.io.. 30 to S II Bitch: Till Co ttLtrgt _
All of that portion'
inj lot, Officer JJS. Spohn In. Lying. In tIm, wttt half. of ....10. wont Lot I. m Scton: 13. Townthip: ptrtl Ct'.b.In. Mull. .bt ttttdywilling IllS, First Avt So 1/4 2 bedroom furmthidhout.
IT T 411. R H E. and boundtd ontht
with .'.'. Nrhdowlwn
vestlffated Sunday night. Upon 10 South Rtngi 25 last. tccordmgto worker Apply In p.r.son City "
west by th* tut r:55.ot.w5y .
tl School Ml 21727
SAM DAWSONAP In much of the rest of the year. checking Into the matter he lir.1 of U I.. Mighwiy 41, on Ih*. Sins* .plot Jr ,of ditid t turvty lift by at Horation tuch pl.t Jan Itprtptrtd I/CIt laundry 26-Per.onalALCOHOLIC 1/4 hI

Business News Analyst But the government says that learned that the car had been reported wood louts bv....k th. Subdivision south lint of on Llbl tht and cirlifnd, by L.Roy 0 - ANONYMOUS 2 I.doo" un'u'n"h" housof

NEW YORK (AP) August Incomes rose even faster, espe. stolen at Fort Lauderdale. till by SI.,.. vast right.of.wy lbs in Bill the. lurvtyor North ono General halt of I, which the Northone lie Young boy er womb for Orill. Mn or wO"'.. wth lrSoIngproblows srron t 1041 I 7050 71t StWill
dally in the of tho Atltntie" coast Lint ".11. and wnlrnt Esp.r.snc.nnt A.k for hip by CHI
the factory worker Broward authorities hill of the Southw.il Qutrtirof
County were .
promises a performance by reid, Cod on Iho north by thtnorm n.'y. Apply Andyt PI" thtr my hum with in
economy that's better than usu. brackets. expected here today lino of Lot 17 of NiplnImprovomoM liction thi, Northw.it 23 I... Iht Q u.rte Ettt r of 50 sad lilt B.VbVcut after 2> 1/' II .Ins...'.o".d MI 1 UU Mootws yto" .n cod.lIy First ether Mi 2 lhlS ldy For ptrticultrt. Call

al for the "Dog Days." ,, .. .. Company Lush* Ihirtof: end oil that port,on of Government Qirl wonted |.ntrtl I oil,.* cltrkp. Sapt.st C"u.h A nntsO n 5thIt 1/4
_._. '' , ---- ---. ,., ,
k -" ""' ''' '' w.r"- "' SubdIvision excluding roll and accounts ptytbl 1 Bedoo" fun"h.d hous..
Lot I. In Itction 22 Town y Mh A o.oo.r Tu.s .n'
That mythical creature, the the following, Lots I thru II both hip 50 South. "*.1. 21 Eitt tocording so pirience hloul WrIts qutlilicttiont FrI ft n'sht, it t >0 P y M air condt.on., Michigan, Av.an. .
should : Inclutivt of Lthiwood Pirk Sub to ol 5 byHortt : to Collitr County Nw ... noIr Party Pantry I..
American see e pill
average -f--5--; ; NaplesFlotilla I cllvltion. Clock H. Niplit HughtiSubdlvltlon .o Jtnklnt: Jr . tnrS it Sot I73T A 24 1/11 it qUlr. lIst Fanh Whlm.n 1041

his own condition either getting [ Lot H ond, L"o d n'hlt Nipltt portion: ,Im of sod plot It pr.p.r.d end Certified :33-5ervice Offered 24195 t111.J'

a little better as far as jobs and em ,.m.sI Company Llltl FtrmtSubdlvltlon by L.Roy O. ..11. lu.yo 0.". 14-Help Wanted Male
1- Ills 'In tt North
i *r,1. whic' one'h.If
Incomes go, or showing signs of .0 lying tttt of. t pro of tht Northeast Outrttr ofthi SLIP COVERS r4-Trde or Sell
another upward climb In the lection' of the wait right. of way ofFourttmth touthntt Outrtir of Iho North Wtttr 4 lwr Plant' op.r.tor
USCGA It..... Kit Quarts ol mid Itction 22 for pltnt" in tt'i' N.pl.t Ar.. Trspeat' O.p.y S UphOlsttr'
Boating Stock A tnd Block I of Golf PARCEL SA Snd rnumt tnd diary roquirdt ion 1041 P Olyl HI tf Will till I b.droom Trnlir or
fall.Most businesses Drlvt Eilttit SubdIvIsion: Loll I.n' to Bo. oIl NapbosFt.r$ Trod. for turnituri. Ml .2531..
are saying .. I thru I Inclutlvt of Block C. psrcsl 01 .ov..nty now Iii It Till tnd T."..io floor ,..on.
they expect the upturn of the RdIn Vltw Lk SubdIvIsIon: LollIhru filled *dicnt lo 0 ovorn wont Lot Il.ction "Id. ditonino Iov ITONICRA'T ''H.OUITRIII ?/45t .
t II Inclutivt, J5A ind 2A 22, end to Government LotI MANAGER: TRAINEb : Mact'b ..,ub won IlotaCli.nI Inl.r.it.d 'In Trtd
first half of the year to pust One hundred and seventy.fourrears are a part of this comparative. of Block I. ill of Block I. Lots Section 23 Town.hip 10 South Cuctlltnt Opportunity slr.ppin, '....1 I and pa".h r.s.Id Wilerfront lot for Co Op

them tidily through the final hot ago on this day August ly small military service. I thru II of Block 4 thru 20 Ring 25 East, Collir County. FlorIde I : Vouni mm high tchool irtdulit onti.Ilndc ", ,,,...,. Ollco Ap.rlm.nl log Conlact Phil Ktyt
4th 1790 Alexander Hamilton Inclutlvt of Block I. Lot I of being mare tpecllictlly d* tft limit II y.... to SIy..rs. MI I ilSi R... 1041 S tiSS. .,
weeks of summer. Illock 5A. alt 01 Ilock I. Lots tcribtd, tt follows: Pltnntd "non.gornsntS t/74,101 Lucllli OIls Bob J....,
Part of this cheerier than nor. Secretary of the Treasury of the PRIMARY DUTY I llru 10 hciussvo 0' Slack 7. From the South.ly ornsr, common riming prognm Modtrn imploytt : Round 4 Iquiri ord.n tlon.t Virgin, Mtrcum

mal view of August Is based on U.s. was authorized by the first Law enforcement Is one of Its I Lots. 3, w nh",, tdjtctnt ii ina to sub Lot Lots I of! to according thi ..,d to Govlrnmtnt o plat' .Ol"t Lots lurvty I and by I. .. 0 A binifitt C. Fintnct Apply 6orp In. pron 211 All bought lit.i itpirit 4 colon or p.no Con d.bt*'

the performance of July. For Congress to purchase and equip primary duties and Includes Block I. Mldgt Likt SubdIvIsIon Horttie: Jenkins I Jr 117), it tin SI So Ntpltt. Fit. 5.gnodsn: C inn.II.d Phone for DEWEY POLLY
"for securing the col. the sods lying ...t of U S. 41 such put It prtpired and cirtifitd I.tw.. tl f n0055 tmots ITONECRA'T
many industries It sagged less 10 vessels boarding small boats to In. D Bell. Surveyor Gen
most of 10th al,..,. North of by INDUSTRIES: oil,.. MI 5 flU REALTY
than usual and much less than lection of revenues"., the spect them and assure compll. Eighth' Avonu* North, and touth are), run Northerly on the line, com tJ1UAt' 0' ".. 1041 I.U5 lin.lot
of Smooth Avmut North, Shock A men to tho said 0 ovsrn assnt Lots I ... iPUBLIC '
they had anticipated.For establishment of our present ance with the rules. It providesa ....pt Lot 15 Lots I. 1. J. .II dlitinci of ISIS 14 flit: tI'ncoron Cornir of lit Avt to 4Ttmnml
many factories the sea. Coast Guard. A few years later program of training owners of end 17 of Block B. Lets I thru North M W 31' Wttt. I ditttnci of 8-Auto For Sale Trill
fill to hat.,...lIon with the
1151 on
II Inclutlvt of Block' C, ill ofI
sonal slippage In new orders this Revenue.Marlne service was mall boats In the techniquesof thru. II Incluilvt. 2SA sod 2IA ..t..ly ", ..nd., line of Neplet Ml 2 4351
with antl.smuggllng Biy. ...onl to sad pl.t of lur ISIS Ford I d,. Aulom.l trintmiMion 1/2 If57Houiei
was slight. For others they ac. empowered safe piloting and operating Block D, Lot I thru I Inrlutlvt .
to otttblith th* Point of I..'. Good ticond Cr. lit
tually Increased. Steel duties to search vessels, and to Lots JO and 12 thru 35Buock v.y PI R,,,. Pirk .
companies which Is of major Interest to D. LoIs 90 and >J thru 31Inclutlvi Apt 0 IIH4 For Sale
say that August production certify ships' manifests. This the Coast Guard Auxiliary,whosepurpose sod 42 thru 41 Inclutlvt 'court' *sl.1I('I thence continue oom R@Tg 7/24 If

schedules look and a law In an altered form is still of Block E, Lots I thru II If II Witt, dlittnct I I Hom.s For kilt,
good Sep. Is designated In the U.S. I."
Inclutlvi of Block P. Lot 14 thru : bid
Now horn. 2
Chivy 4 Or Sid T"n. roll? mont
tember upturn In the bag. In force and Is still authorityfor Code Section 822, "to assist II Inclutlvo of Block O Ltkt Fort Court (2)1)I thine North water 41 fnt line to Good ...on' ctr, Ml 2 >OII. room. I bilh girtgt. ttove,

Autos have their model the Coast Guard to make the Coast Guard .. SubdivisIon: and Lot I thru. th of*Nepln prnent Soy oslo: high, NOTICE 7/HI f.ntr! nr and hit. p.".'
II Incluilvt end 15 thru 21 Inclullvt dnvt wiv CBI t.".". floortliding .
changeover problems, but are searches at sea "a. To promote safety and of Block C, RIver ".,k Sub Court (31.( h.'h, .* slang I the me I9H Thund.b"dH.dIOP. M 4 plait doors to ..,..n.d
Presidents of theU.s.have dIvIsIon Pitt, I, ind Lots I thru I end.rt of sold p r.ssn S moos H Ptw, porch In .* .." ful Sorr.nta
giving much more thought to The to effect rescues on and over the .Incluilvl tnd II Ihru 24 Inclutlvi high motor lint of Niplat 5aNorthmo.torly IN THf: CIRCUIT COURT Of THE wndow., nut Fie. n.rK.n. Just *11575000 com
lory '
the labor negotiations entering enjoined the Coast Guard to as. high seas and on navigable wa. of the block wilt and idltctnl to Northerly to Northeittirly TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ... 1041'4104 tOndti.niog oltor S Low"M milt pl.t Op.n \Sunilovi CARIBBEAN .
of the to U'. 41 bttwttn Third Avnui I 371 ftet, more or lett, to AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY. REALTY N Trill,
the final stages this month. July list or operate as a part tore; North sod Fourth Avnu North a poInt 215 fait North (minurtd at FLORIDAIN 4"1.11 Ml I P5110 l 3750 '171 t ttf

saw the union demands present.el Navy during our major wars, "b. To promote efficiency In Tht .,.. boundtd on tho will by right i u.n." ) of Count No I; CHANCERY NO.
time the CoastGuard ,,,. t.,litlng than lint of Iho Gulf : till)| tI .ncsrus North 10* ALMA LUCILC
and argued. while In peace the operating of motorboats and of Monica: on tht south by th* 00 Ent. t dm.net of 15 fOot HAMILTON WESTBROOKrumlill HOMES BV STONE

August will see the down.to. operates under the juris yachts; north right: of'wiy lint of Fifth more or sos. to a point lying 331 71glei TopQualilmUSED 1150 DOWN movit qualified
the Depart. Avosus ostls. 55 st's east by "'. foot N.rth tm..oursd. St "lhI .. *.. I homo.
earth bargaining as the August diction of Treasury "c. To foster wider know. wsst rluht.ot.w.y tIns ef ) of Course No I; GEORGE WESTBROOKOllindant. buyir In,New BR Only
.,1. ..
31 deadline for a new contract ment. ledge of, and better compliancewith 5tr.st b.twson FIfth "". u.'t.. = Count ISII>i thinct run South II ont "' it hurry
nd" Fourth 51 35' Eitt ptrilltl with Count NOTICE OF SUIT Sits DOWN. Sis per month,
of Avssus North sod
nears. These talks could get as Its duties comprise those the laws, rules and regula. Ih,* v>.., right,of.wiy lint of Third No. I. I ."...... of 112 Int. more TO: GEORGE J. WEITIROOK buyt 3 BR :1I0;;: OftPalmetto
hot this month as the political the former Revenue.cutter Ser. tlons governing the operation of Strut btwn Fourth Avinuo or less. la in Inltrttctlon with thifortttld O.rdn.r HoIstShr.v.pOrt CARS Cl elf .
North end South Golf Drivtwiy Ettttrly: mnndir tIne of Loultltnl INSPECT: our five hornet now
vice the Life-saving Service and
arguments seem cure to get. motor boats and yachts; end on the North bv the south Nepln' Biy tccerding to th* Jenklntlurvty You Ira htrtby notified thtt t undtr contlruction on I 11th Ave
In August the official reportson the Lighthouse Service, and the "d. To facilitate other opera. right.of.wty of Eighth Avtnui btlng on the We.terly I boun Compltlnl for Divorce, hit .hiss filedHimit So bilwitn 7th 4 Ith ftttprictd
Bureau of Marine Inspection and of the Coast Guard." North end South Gall Drlvlwiy r.'I..1 the said Govlrnmtnt Lot yo, on. r.qulro d FOR from 114.150 lo III. .15*
unemployment usually look tlons :: PLEASURETh
b.I..... Ih. Gull of M..lco end 0 23; ttrvt tpl.idin. pn'oro your Ansm.r with good t.,,,,..
better, because the school Navigation, with some current The U.S. Coast Guard Auxll. Third Strut, intf by ISo south Court (SIb) .nJn South 40* 30 tPUIntiftt It'. Ih.' . Following Cbs Low. Mill1tl MR HANDY MAN' If you can
IIL'I trods
; N.w Car Ins.ISIS
W.st on tls. sold moendorfIn.
For weather and right of way of Fourth Avnu I Attorney, Ih
additions. example founded In 1939 da electrl
was painting
who rushed into
youngsters the lary North bcwttn Third It,.., and .. US I..'. "'0'. 0' I.... S. tI'S 01 IMITM CARROLL. VEOA Crown Iosp.rlsI' Lood.d Includlng Cal your on 'lendtceplng
labor market in June will either patrols and ocean stations Naples Flotilla 93 11 particular Fourth It..... Alto Lots IIA IlA..n. Point, pf Btginnlng BROWN 4 NICHOL. ,.Ich Build Air Can' $1550 elc IS.ns..us.sonrpor ibout mowing

have found their summer jobsor providing Information needed for ly proud to announce that the de. . til of block E. Block O. PARCEL c Ins, Ntpltt, Floridt' and flit All Shot of Qovtrnmtnt Ctdlllie 4 Door HT LoidtdIncluding
end Loll t thru 14 Inclutlvt of portion thtrtel In tht olllct of th* \ hem .
given up trying. our vast over-water plane flights; dlcatlon of Its new station near Block C. Ridgi' Vliw L.k. Subdl Lot I, In ...t'on 23 Township SO Cltth of tht Circuit, Court of Collier Air Cond fltM piym.nl on a n.w *

Both the number of jobs and the International Ice Patrol In the Cove complex on Naples Bay, vltion ind Lots I thru I Inclutlvi South Ring 21 Enl, tccordmg to County it Ettt Napln. Florid. on nu Bulck 'Invlct loaded ,In WILLIAM I. STONE INC f
II thru 20 Inclunv all of a plat of i turvty by Horitio Jenkm or btfort Iht 17th CoO of Aufiol Build.rt, j
the pay scales may be helped by the North Atlantic shipping lanes; will be a local feature of this Block I. and Lot 7, Block: I. off *. Jr, d.t.d 1171 ee tu.'l.pl.t' IOU If you ftil, to do to. 0 scr.o Pro eluding Air Con 11910 (0 tooth M North Ml 1 1731
search and rescue aids to navl. of ..dgi L.k. Subdlvltlon I Is prprd lsd ctrtlfild' Conftiio will .bt ttfcin titinil you " Aa
the record profits which bust ; 25th Sliver Anniversary year lotS Rmblr AmbMdor W* pHIVAn kALCNO : ....
All of Blocht ..1 I. II I. 171 IT IIII. D Ball, Surveyor 0 on.ro whichth for the rtlitf, dtmtndtd In tht, Com. Lndo1 Air
ness as a whole rolled up In the gallon In which over 40,000 light the founding of the Auxiliary. Ill. 117. Is 5. Loll I thru 10 I los Is 'h. North Two thirds .f ,1 ion Condo Illdl. Including : BROKEN .
first half of the Predlc. houses lightships, radio bea. Naples Flotilla 93 Is vitally end touth four twit of Lot TIM* South one.half of Ihe North tNf AND ORDERED .t East Owns mud tell Ihm h..dronrn.S
year. II ,.. half of the Southwell both horn in THE: MOORINGS
'h 20 ind Lots 23 thru 32 one Quarter Nopl.s. CoIl.sr County Florida. It's Its Fl mouth Slalion WoinnA
tlons now are for more of the cons, buoys, and channel markers concerned with the propositionthat nod 'III..., fait lying ittl of tJ of the Northw.il Qutrtir of Sold, tIre 24th d.C of Jul A 0 1114 5.autful, Shopping, Cor $345, C.ntr.l' ....t and air.
same In the summer months are maintained; marine Inspee. through knowledge and cour. Uctnl to Lot 32 Block ill .III Siction 13. !loss tht Eitt 10 fntthrof MARGARET 1'. SCOtT. conditioning carpeting throughout
I III I* 7. III Lots 4 thru I* Inclu : end ill thl portion tl Cltrk of tht Circuit Court 2$ Olhr CI... Trtdit lo eicpl f bidroomt Com
and still more In the autumn. tlon; and law enforcement-all tesy < safe boating Is fun. llvt. LaIn 14 thru 32 lncluf.lv., Block 0 ovorn monl Lot I. fiction 22 Townthip Collitr County' CI'nouo From plele kilcim: Including di.poi.l
Merchants In regions I I I IU' I' 20 I' SO South Rings 21 lass te By /5/ EDITH: t 'Qr.dr.eMITH. I.nk Rut Flntnclng and di"hw.."*' N,.* so rs.n.d
many SI S.: "Ol, It I..J'II'ro. IP,t: cording to a plat ol' by D.puty Cltrk ., porch. paved drivewey, todded
have seen retail sales mount Inmost * * * * * * * * * * * 52 5. U I. 2i.i. 22 5. U I. 11 10. Hor.tiO Jonhbns' Jr.. t:3'rfs Os CARROLL. VEGA. lawn PhoiI MI S 5104 aStor
months of this Be. 11.11. II I. II I. II 7. It 5. 4S. such plot .It prtpired end certified BROWN 4 NICHOLS PM 'nl.1I
year. U 7; and Loss I thra I and II by L.Roy D Bill. Survivor Generel Suitt II. Bilch Building ,
fore August Is over, many re. 'h, II. Block 201. Loll I thru which, (lion in Ihi North Two Nipltt Florid Vro O
tallers will be counting on back. 100 Years Ago I ind north .II I.*. of T. and II thirui, of thi South .n. h.II of the, Att orn.ys for PltlntiffJuly Pme Ridsl home on acre 'lot,.
thru II Block 20 .10 Block 20 II; Northettt Qutrlir of the lout"..., II Am 4. II. .II IM4 .IlS Nnrly new I bedroom wth u
to.school promotions to fill their Town of Npl I.., Florid, Quarts of the, Northinl Querterof port sod tcrnntd porch 112 000
stores even more than last year. Lett I thru 12. Block 12, Lot I said Stction 22PARCEL Chrytltr$ Plymouth. lass Apirlmenlhoute downtown N..
thru 12 Block .... Town of N., D IN THE COUNTY .JUDGE COURT, ... 0 on. bedroom unI. .n'
The cost of living In generalrose CIVIL WAR IN FLORIDA pIn. Florid A ptrctl' of toviri,gnty Itnd now. IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY 240 N. Tamiaml Trail 1"" molol '00"'.. 550 00. Good
in June as usual apparent.ly THE All of Block II. IT. II. 110. Mud: tdjictnl to 0 ovorn msnt Lot FLORIDA IN PROBATE Naples .. T.'0,,,,"
lot 1010 II.'. III II I. II 7. J. lection, 22, townshIp" It South ,In the m.".' of Iht .nti of two b....
did again in July, and shows 1110.I II.II. 124. 1210 52 II. ".10 .Pangs 25 Ettt Collitr: County Flor: FABIAN C McINtOSH NEW .194 Olmo 100 C" two b.doo'" plu. '''.200
ALMOST .I".n.y
little sign of changing Its ways By florida Libury It Hittorictl Commission I J IT! II. 13 12. 14 JOb.I 14 II. IT I sod Ida. btlng mort tpiciflctlly, detcribed O..d Loss lhn 500 mil, .. I drttndrd '00'" on.Lah.O".Ih"..h School
I FIsar
LoIs I t Block I 4. sod follows: NOTICE TO CRIDITOItS
Civil Wit Centennial Cpmaullre 10 flit sans and idjicint la Lot From the Southeitt corntr of Qov All c"dto 01 t'. ..'.t. 01 Pa.bion thift R4H Call Mutt Ml 1412btwn soOr.fci On. ...*,...", Wir SFtttTWO .
I of Block ...: Lets I thru I. 13 trnm.nt Lot I. Siction 22 Townthip C M.'nlo.h. C......C. 0,5 on prico. ind I |Iy lu.d ...
* * * * * * * * * * * thru 24 tnd tht uh.O fill of 50 South, Rondo 35 Lost, CoIl ., "...Ioy .0tI,.' .nd ..q..d to 1,15, II 7pm pm.aI III.00.
Wants lots I thru 12 Block II: th* .. County. Flondi, tccording to 0 plot .ny el.,,,,. 0' donranes wh..h tI''.V b.doo' CBS T.rr.m
Rogers I/O fat of Block 101. tnd Last Of I lurv.y by Horttio Jenklnt ....t t'.v. *imt, said, .lt* In thtoflict floor City wtlir clott in EttlNaplet. :
Auguit 4 In a letter to Major General J. G. Foster 100 fit of wt 200 I." of north Jr dtted 117} et such plot, it prt: of ntth.. County Judge if Col ISO) Chrytlr' For Sols Good 1500.
Ban On Pirahna Ito fiat. Block 101; Block 101 arid end cert.f: L.Roy D I.er ,*. In II,. Court: trntporl.t, |IOO. tIlt BroidAv .
commanding the Federal Department of the South General toss the tttl M flit of SI,. narlh SlIt. Surveyor 0: arr.I run North haul it :r.PI... Florid within nrnontht . North 1/4 tf CBS 4 b.droom. I bath,HarborivorlOOhinS twlmmini
150 ft: Lot I thru I. IT thru on tht I.., II.. of t". slId Oovndtr from It'. dl* of tht firl pool In Royal
WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. Hatch discusses the plan to occupy the country from the 24 north of LoIs I Ihru n".n' Lot 3. a dslonco, 01 ill Sft. publication of ''''a .notict Etch elumor TRUCKS Ih* b.y. W.000CB .

Paul Rogers, D-Fla., has asked St. Johns to the Suwannee River. Me that he will 11 :t"'I.k: 101 't.: I thru 20 .,: tts.neiru 0 North 5t. SI' 35"Wost dtmind mutt bt In writing ondto Kit Ford Good! Motor I ISO 00 I b.droom 1 b.lh. *vr.
says Block 111. Lots I II uststoo th of 'd..ntown .'
the ban thru I LoIs 5 1I..n. 01 37i foil ti onin pI ace r dnc* '
Secretary of Interior to nerd "three or four more regiments and another battery thru J'b.sod OC""lt.hI.IOL ft Lot tors.ctIon wIth, SIrS ''''.'1" ..... tnd post offict' iddritt of Ih* Hunt' loll Intirnttlontl II ID 90 lrh.ie.5taLotus: Dnvi 142100
the Importation of flesh eating I '* I 5Sruii. (in* of N.pl.i '.y. tccerdIng tnt ind mutt bl sworn to by Ih* lOSS Falcon Dilui II.lien. mason Downtown 2 bedroom from
plrahna fish Into the United . a large force will be required He reports a conver- Block 121: Lot 12 thru 22 to th* tnd, plot of turvty to .'r'i' hi: tnt. Sr 5,ittornty I USD 00. |,. block from b.*." It.500Tirmt

States. nation that he had "with a Colonel Wil.on, a very strong Bloc Block: 12 III F;; Lots Lots 12 13 thru thru 22 24: ....bl"ilh.. tIe ell I : Point from of Ihe SummngCour. dncnbtdPoint or com* void occetdi.,5 it) tit tItans vthiclit todyO 1'" down, $SS 00 .....

Union man, and hat the reputation of having been one Block 121. ill of Block 121 of S..''s's'o I continue North "july *. tOllrIfE H. LUFF BILL LOACH REALTY
loss Ihi south M flit of Lot II If ir 35" Wont. III fnt, mor* trInt FlRIT NATIONAL BANK 421 91 h It No 151 5h Ave So
"Jt throughout the War. He it very desirous of having ui 10 II. end 12. sod she north lo Iho prettnl rnnn h,gh w*. IN FORT MYERS NopI.S44Mobile Ml Illll 1
H of LoIs 13 14 tnd II Loll I l.r ,ISO, of N.ol.l I By: By ALLAN L DICKER 111.tI
... occupy the cOlin try, but says do not attempt it with an thru 4 end II Ihru 24, Block 131 Count ell thtnci in t Northtittirly A* Eiicutor .1 the Etui of
., 'r. inefficient force. Seymour'i defeat hurt the cause Block 14 I litt thi most 1)1 ftit direction tlong the sod ,...,.. C Mtlntoth. ........ Homes *
I. very .nd bios wont I I/I fiat Lot 7 and prttinf moon high wlr line, 171 July' 14 tl, _M. : Aug 4. I IK_ .ialIN 58-loti For Sal.
:; > much. About 500 Union men, deierteri and Negroes are Lei I. Lets I Ihru II' 31 Ihru 32nd I.... m,rosr I.... lo I point IM .
t : : the j nit II ft of Lot 30 of I..' Northerly to.*.u,ad parpend THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 10 by 10" Mobil horn Furnith4 .
in the vicinity of Cedar Keys and are now raiding toward Block 17 7: the most 71 f..t of the ,culer te Cour. No I; TWELFTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN 2 Bdrtom full both, In Coqulni Itnd for Sale *
: : Gainesville. The people confidently re-enforcementi tooth IM foot of Slock II IT Town Count (I31.) ihinci duo North M AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY Air" Cond.t.ontd Cash ., t.,,,,*. tot 17 Unit I Vueci Roid \
; expect of H.p.*.. Florid. Lets I thru. .14 I.... mort 9r I.*.. to in .nt....,. FLORIDA Cull .11., 100 pm 1041' 'HI. Ml 14741 / i *
will be tent to Florida. It it thought none have yet arrived. Unit I. Aautlint' Shorn iltoLott lion with line ...,."., with end C... No 1101 '
I thru 4 ind Lot 10 Block A' 225 M ttt North e.mnturtd it r ght FULLER INDUSTRIES' INC *
) :;wtqj The present force a variously estimated at between 1,000to Lets 4 thru 7. Block C: most M .nll..1 of Course No I: for..in corporation. *uthor..*d 45-frailerl For Rent 59-Acretgi

2,000 men. The infantry are mostly the new issue. I font Lot I. Lot 4 thru U Block C oorso (dl). ,,,..... tooth M1 31' to dt butinttt in tht tut. of
; O. Lets I thru IT Block F: Ltki 13" E.sl. dtlinct Of 155 I...tlo Florid. Trilrt II 5 wob. with TV DIITREISII' Owsarnis
a. <:::! shall advance the force at Baldwin to Barber'i and take up T.,rac. .Subdivltion in ,155 OSIC t,00 with Ihi ot or.sa'C PI lint, iff, 110 a w..k Ip.... It ..... miniyl II tern 1354 lot.I
Thai .
< the rails of the road from that point to Baldwin. If you by tht Quit' of bound M..*,*ct.oo on the the south wnt Entarly Court M II)*..ndr,".nco Lots louth: 40 30'to' HELEN F v. HOWL. Rock Crk T,.,.., ".,k price Coilur' County Reel El-

'1/"'" think had better the raid through Alachua and .>" the soulS .line. lection I T M S Wont alone th. *.,d mndr 0f. dnt 47IH48ApH. tin Ml I 13tlt. Open tvndlyt.
A I try It ".1. on the last by th* wont 1.n. 217 fiat. more er I.... I* thi' NOTICE OF Lit PENDENS: 5/20.If
Marion I will by that time be re-enforced and will try right of way lint of Gordon Onv. Point of Beginning Notict '5 htrtby .'v... that onIh For RentI 40: -Acrtt )* mlln'' trim COlI"I I
;j'.i'' : on. th* north by the south right You and each of you era notifed are dy of ". Houti. Cm show bv In*. |4S4 J
t th* thing. of wv of '.It..n'" Avenue South, that a Suit I* Ou'el Till' t* th''I LEA INDUSTRIE I ,INJ.'I.UL.; CARIBBEAN REAL

> .J. Union General Hatch in s letter to the commander of ond sIt of Slock 7. Lets I lh.u, ISloclusv. bove dncr:bad properly has bonn pltiding in th* (Htur* of Com eID..OOM GREEN: UNPURNOSHED5PT ACRES MI Jrtl T"* ?. Troll' Ml .1151:
< .. tb. most IS 01 Lot II. .n.m.t S you end you ere hereby piint: to Foreclne I 5 Lion In lh. 1112 II I 7/l tun Tf.
the Union Department of the South, asks, "Can you not and Lot 71 of Block I and Lets reouired le terve t copy of yourAntwor .5ev. "', I- new p.nd.oas ..
II thru II Inclutivt of Block I. : ::.u' k.froom turn thtd .1 c nt,
to the Comolemt on thqPA.nIfft' Ct'ancor, C.v..t Court tRAtL
persuade tome of the submarine fellows to com her.JacklOn.ille Aoutline. Shorn lubdivmon Unit Attorney CONDON AND the Tw.lIt" Jad'c.oI' Cor.u .f "'0"I. opt No pots or childrtn Ml ,.. FRONTAGE. .
: 30 .c high 4 dry land tit
sod Lets II thru 24 mclutlve McOANiEL Suit' 7. Bilch .., I oas; or Ml 2MM 4/Kf
r. and the S/ Mtry'i ? She ii a fine Building Iii Its ond for CoIl C..ty. Ploy.Ida. mlln from courthoun MAR-
[ ] get up of Block If Lets II Ihru 24 mclutive . Nipln Call., County "' ."... Sa'nst tt',. toll..lnl porson -- LOWE I SICK ." Ith Avs
vessel and a not injured. The Navy will never do it and of Block 11 end Lets II md fill th* ".S.oaI m SI',. office HELEN F HOWL SABLE SHORES: APTS. South, MI s.sszi. ,ii.tj; et
thru 24 mcludv of Block I'. Twn .
of the Club of the Circuit" Court for II'i purposo .f for.cleslng i Ml.ct'an.s
are- not trying." of H...... Florid; .1.! e Block on er before the, 2th day of August t Lan' *f nntl th* followingdotcr I << Road Ml ind 21451 Artca Av!. SOMETHING DIFFERENT IM:
.!' Mute Orav. 1144 othtrwill th* illagalient Ittt bed locitttf in Col Sally ACREAGE
Confederate command Charleston : property
The at writes Brigadier Ott .0n5rs4 ........ .
serious mae down in Ihi cempleint will b. I Is, County Fiend to wit NOW I a.re trait located
General J. K. Jackson in charge of Confederate and. fII. mrtIs oblecl' oni lo tht lkn *. confntcdThi Lot 11 GOLDEN IM01EI (UB. Effulincy Wtikly ir MonthIv lull one. 41Drive .
.. confirmation al .11 ::1I.f.a: ::
suclt uson tSw
notic will b* avbliahed once DIVISION tcctrding It tht mp Ml 2 1771. 7/ll.tf on with
forces in Florida "The Major-General commanding is not cone,,,...... of sIte Pubts N saos .nd .trh ..**. for for (it centeruttv 0* pill Ihireof on fIi, and wordedIn . -, orMentn your own co, end .."'p.,* It it
'hi mthin at 'any diu.tm.nti le w**>l in Ihi' Callus County Newt th. Hce, of Iht Ciorb of tt'. .n..r..I I.IO.lioT'mun Ml 11111 any other) Only 111down
less concerned than yourself in regard to the condition of II'. ...Ii.."..,,, ntntmtnl roll e* a duly niwte.or of ..soro I nrculal Collier for
Court of County full >M.
Circuit Of Ml 1(151 price |
.... ... ........, .
"' t* lie y by Sb.Cssc.I. In Collier .
affairs in Florida. He sets fully your necessities, but unfortunately Hid pvstun.oavsssonstmostroll , ox .pwblithad County.lor Florid, in Plot Book I tt Pig 21tnd furthir Infurmition. lonttotiD
has no means of supplying them . . The *i my b* .d'|...'.... thill ... F D.tM th,. lJd day of J..ly. 1144.at -..the improviminu on kleIn prInt.S.d Wonted. Girl with good bckgrmnd I Mldwty., T: Jontt 11341.Cnterprlm.P. 0. Be* Iso 171..
onflrmodftir East H." ... Cstlsr County PIer.Ido . Claim of Lion wit filM) for I* thtri | bedroom tpt
destruction of railroad, etc., and the capture of Tallahassee ., ISo confirm.lin ol sad roll record with II',. Cltrk of tht Circuit with young divert**. Writ Collur ,

--- will be the main objects of the enemy. Use the soy'.. thirty ittntmwtt days may without b* sad Intern with, MARGARET cC tIti CircuS T SCOTTClorh. CourtSy Court 21 of Colt IH4,.,and County.I* rcrdd Florid onJuno inO County Nsws. Bo. '14 1737AH If I 66-Insorancejlv

.\ZZ HOT Enjoying the hare the best defeat them This hrtftr, nntmentt hll b* p.oOnto IDYTH TYQETY ...
fore you to advantage to In five qul *nnul in1ilmeote : R Book 170 it Ptst tO.'I Public p.r0tI'od. I ... .. uOlU

breeze on the French if all you can do; all that can be expected of you." with .nt.,... et 1% par annumfram CONDON D.outy AND McDANIEL Clirk FlMlrdl of HARRY Coll.ar A BLAIR !, Mug living roam, 2/2010 kilchTnind I Mony Etty ..ym..t"I.

Christina Reeb sits the .....,.,_) of end thirty Attorney for PtilMifftSuit for bath MI1IMIi *". Aule, Home Owner.
, General VJlum Birne/i brigade from Florida, numbering days from Ih* ..t. *t c......"' ..... 7, S.ich Building Attornty Office Son PttmliffPott Idly' i/J ua iioo ''
in a rowboat. She V P WOOD. J,. Fur I !HI,.... apt*. Erflcl.n. "JAEGER; INSURANCE
'Miu ,000 effective, has arrived at Hilton Head, South City 104......' Fin M/irt FlondtAug im TV, Air Cond Ml 4thAv. I U' Ith Aye. North
1-"elected at a seaside fetort Jan Fes Carolina. Au*. 4. II. 144 23I July 21. Aug I. II. II IH4 1125 4. II. II 21 IH4 *2M S*. Ml t474t. .. j I -Ml I7HI-. JIlUot


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8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tie".', August 4. 19(4 't .,
'" Dirksen SeeksTo

Says Fidel Is Morse Sees .F

Jt fi ,!
J Fomenting U.S. r; T
," << '

Race Troubles Vote TodayOn t 'y,'t f. ':! A ;'

MIAMI Fla. AP) Former t\,
( ,t, I.,
Cuban Manuel Urru- Aid .. rr,
I President Cut ." By JACK BELL
ties has accused Fidel Castro of : WASHINGTON (AP

having a hand In radal via .., 'r ,II Senate Judiciary committee
lence In the United States. v ', (;'" .i gave speedy 10.2 approval today
Wayne Morse said the Senate
Urrutla Castro'i first chief to a bill under which states
I executive, said Monday In an may begin voting today on his could stave off for two
years or
proposals to cut $SOO mil. > .
Interview F.
that the Cuban
i more court-ordered legislative
lion from the r-
13,466,700,000 for. +
tor "has from the start of Ms elgn aid authorization bill. reapportionment
rule shown an Interest In stir Sen. Everett M. Dirksen R.

I ting up American Negroes." The Oregon Democrat, lead. \ HI., had asked for the action as
log off the
fight against the
I "Now he maintains a regular House-pused a preliminary to a move to at.

I English language broadcast foreign aid measure program "a callrlthe -. .... tach the measure to some ma.
from Havana designed to Incite
r jor legislation certain to reach
:4'lea id
lossal failure .
American to as a deterrent tvcommunism" 1
Negroes rebellion in a Vi-hevr I, n
he said.
., President
Johnson's desk.
Urrutla referred to "Radio speech Monday.He Sen. Kenneth B. Keating R.
Free Dixie," a broadcast by newsmen he planned ; ,.1. N.Y. the
a batch of other amendmentsaimed .\J \ reported vote when
Robert Williams, Negro from he came from a closed meet.
at { ., 0
Monroe who fled to Cuba "reforming" foreign i ,
N.C., aid Ing of the committee. l Keating
policies and would seek
roll .
after being Indicted on a kid. call votes them \! .' : said he took no position on the
on later In the xk '
naplng racial trouble.Urruna charge. stemming from week. But he said he was ready } ,: x -L 1I '. )1 <. legislation" merely voting"pres.
ent. He did] not disclose who
who broke with Cas. for voting on his money-cutting 'i : ; f (*' ,
proposals.Whether. ., ; .. # R cast the two negative votes.
tro In 1960 announced plans to c d
a rlN
voting could start ap. 'p.-\ If It becomes law, the bill
form a new anti-Castro party, 1 \l' . .... would permit states or citizensto
parently depends on the speed t: '
( .M
to be called "Fighting Demo. ( ,
critic Unity." with which the Senate acts on '>'{:,1 ,{)t obtain stays on court-directed Ira
an Interest equalization tax r i I>Ortlonment. until the end
measure which temporarily \ ;, .", '" y \ 'A ':>O of the second session of their
sidetracked the foreign aid bill J t & next legislature.

Key Matters Monday. << ,.. t } (NEA Radio-Telephoto) Federal courts have ordered

The tax measure would levyan ' -3 .. ".. ,,' MCONSTRtCK\ : is an artist's conception of Ranger 7 several states to reapportion

For excise on purchases of for. -iiift :.f ... .:. ..'. _.. u "_uu_ __ - set "'a" as it d"ops to the moon'i surface taking pictures as it goes. both bodies of their legislatureson
Coming Up
elgn securities by Americans, tt AN OBJECT I INSIDE A CRATER Scientists itch to; iE'tn on-the- the basis of the one.man.one.

is designed to reduce the drain pot 1 look at the crater upper left in this picture taken by Canker 7 vote rule laid down by the Su.
Naples CouncilCity of U& funds to overseas coun. preme Court In a series of decl.
three miles above the moon's surface. Solid knowledge as to what alas June 15.

Council will decide Wed.tries.Morse accused foreign aid ad. caused the craters could be contained here. Some of the material WEATHERBy Brown Names Most state senates are appor.

nesday whether to join develop mtnlstrators of "shocking inef. which caused the crater seems to be exposed in the interior. The tloned geographically. The ef.

era In appealingtheClrcultCourt flclency." photo was taken 2.3 seconds before the spacecraft hit the surface. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS feet of the high court's order

decision invalidating the submer He condemned "handing out Smallest craters are about 30 feet in diameter High Low Pro To would be to give cities greater

ged4and ordinances and resultant money and weapons with the. Albany clear 77 46 Salinger representation In state leglsla.

contracts between the City and Idea they will promote political Albuquerque clear 92 71 tunes and to reduce the In.

the developers. stability, or keep, friendly gov. Atlanta cloudy 90 72 .46 fluence of rural areas.

The ordinances and contracts, ernments in power or prop upa Bismarck, clear 92 55 Senate SeatSACRAMENTO Dirksen said time is needed
dating from 19SS In some Instan bloated military establish Plan Spacecraft With Tripod Boise clear 93 61 for Congress to consider a proposed .

ces, were designed to give a tax went, In foreign country. ." Boston clear 70 54 constitutional amendmentthat

break to developers of what for. The Senate Foreign Relations Buffalo, cloudy 73 36 .06 Calif. (AP)_ would upset the court's or.

merly was swampland of little Committee recommended the Chicago clear 98'6 T Gov. Edmund G. Brown named der. Such an amendment would

value. Vincent H. Conboy filed $$3,816,700,000 authorltatlon re. Cincinnati cloudy) 101 72 Pierre Salinger today to fill the have to be approved by three.

suit after the 1963 City tax equa. quested by President Johnsonbe Legs To Survey Moon Surface Cleveland, cloudy 80 64 .SO unexpired term of the late Sen. fourths of the state legislaturesto

Illation hearing and last month reduced by only $50 million Denver cloudy 89 60 Clair Engle. become effective.

Circuit Judge Archie Odom ruledIn The House has approved the au. Des Moines, rain 90 66 .33 The Democratic governor Dirksen told the Senate Mon.

... him favor.: thorlzatlon by the full amount By RALPH DIGHTON be able to take pictures of ob feet-per.second in less than a Detroit cloudy 87 72 .04 made the announcement with day he had served notice on

Council will continue Us pub.asked for, but In acting on the PASADENA calif. AP Jects the size of plnheads. minute. By the time Surveyorhas Fairbanks cloudy 71 52 .IS the former White House press President Johnson Thursday of
) -
He hearing on the proposed revised ' bill ( Fort Worth clear 102 76 at his side at his Intentions. Asked by news
follow-up appropriations Jet Propulsion Laboratory ad. A shot In the arm for Survey. fallen to about 15 feet above secretary a news
toning ordinance,beginning;>: which provides the funds for the entlstsequlpped with clo.e.I I or's designers A study of Rang the surface three small liquid Helena, clear 91 55 conference men what Johnson's attitudewas
at 10 a.m. Wednesday. The Zon.program while the authorization I er photographs Indicates no major fuel rockets should cut the Honolulu clear M'5 M Salinger staged a whirlwind Dirksen replied;

Ing and Planning Board has discussed .sets only the ceiling cut for. up photographs of the of the moon next, changes will be necessaryin speed to lero.Surveyor Indianapolis, cloudy 97 72 campaign to win the Demociat. "I didn't try to commit him In

suggested amendmentsbj: sign aid to$3,316,872,400. are thinking eagerly the planned model. will drop the rest of Jacksonville, cloudy 93 77 Ic nomination for Engle's seatIn any way. I just wanted him to
Council and these will be re major step In man's explorationof 63 47 the June know what I was planning to
the lunar landscape. Surveyor's tripod legs shouldbe the way at about the speed of a Junreau cloudy primary over "
viewed. able to survive a landing on parachutist hitting the earth. Kansas City, rain 104 81 T Brown's first choice. do.
It Is the Surveyor a soft and.
The meeting starts at 9 am, 'terrain similar to Ranger's 1m With its legs straddled for Los Angeles, cloudy 80 66 He got the appoIntment| In the The GOP leader said he be.

with four reports to be const; Clergy In Jail; Ing that spacecraft function with on the cameras lunar pact area a crater-pocked landing Surveyor will stand 13 Louisville cloudy 101 76 face of questions over his ellgl.blllty. lleves he will have almost solid
ereds sign committee Park may Republican support for his
surface for to 30 plain In the Sea of Clouds. feet tall and its base, a big fuel Memphis, clear 96 79 pro.
Board off-street parking commlttee's -; Start New Line more up Rangers are ached Surveyor program manager tank, will be supported some 18 Miami cloudy 89 79 The one-time San Francisco posal and can attract enough
June recommendationsand Democratic
launched next W.E. Giberson says "we will inches above the foot pads Milwaukee cloudy 91 12Mpa.oStP. newspaper reporter hasn't beena support to attach it
uled to be early
Zoning and Planning Board'ireterral I to some other legislation John.
96 67
cloudy California voter since 19S5
use many of Ranger's technical ,
of an oil company's bk year. Plans call for them to son would find difficult to
To Appeal Cases have missions identical to pic people as they come off Jobs New Orleans, clear 92 77 and whatever happens| he veto.
for a city beer license for a gai lure-snapping Ranger 7. such as testing and design with St. Augustine New York, cloudy 76 57 won't be able to vote for him. I

station. TALLAHASSEE Fla. (AP) the idea of cross. ertilizatlon Okla. City clear 101 74 self In November. He'll be ellgl.
Late next the U.S. Space From
Council may be ready to announce , A group of clergymen who went year between the two projects Omaha, cloudy 89 63 1.28 ble, however to cast a presl. Shies Away
Agency will fire the first of seven
Parks Us Board appointments and to th I to jail Monday on a sit-in con. Surveyors, which are three "But we're already well\ Rights Cases In Philadelphia, clear 72 55 .07 dentlal ballot! fifljtjwater J 'In Bid,
[I vlctlon after three years of ap.peals along: We've been working OB Phoenix, clear 96 76 He had lived in Virginia nine
times heavier than the
Board, to fill vacancies caused' ran out have started a Rangersand Pittsburgh cloudy 79 58 .10 as secretary to
have shock absorber legs.The Surveyor since 1960 and we'requite years press For ReElectionNEW
by expiration of terms of some 1 Court Thursday
new line of appeal. 806-pound() Ranger 7 phi proud of being able to an. Ptlnd, Me., clear 71 53 Presidents Kennedy and John. YORK CAP-Rep. JohnV.
The five white and three Ne.gro of find Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 67 55 .07 son.
ticlpate some Ranger's
tographed craters as small as JACKSONVILLE (AP) Two Lindsay of New York's 17th
clergymen spent the night Rapid City, clear 96 66
THE FOR three feet In diameter before It ingi"Ranger's major legal actions In whichst Congressional District says he'll
In segregated cells and were as. Richmond cloudy 97 67 1.89
crashed on the moon Friday. pictures Indicate the seek fed. seek a fourth term
RUDDER Augustine Negroes as a "repub.
STAMPS St. Louis clear 104 77 Refused Offer
signed work duties for today. ,
moon has a hard crust covered
will IIcan
The 2,300-poui.d Surveyor eral court backing for their civ. candidate but "without
But their lawyer said the men, with a thin layer of dust. Salt Lk. City clear 96 69
11 rights activities are scheduled to the national tick.
probably would pay $500 fines Ciberson believes Surveyor's San Diego clear 77 67 "
YOU'RE and arrested for unlawful assemblywhen for hearing Thursday. San Fran. cloudy 65 55 Of Bank Stock et.
go home If the U.s. 5th Clr. pad-footed, 6-foot-long legs can ,
IN cult Court of Appeals In New they refused to leave a settle down on such a surface One action asks that County Seattle, clear 68 55 .15 Lindsay, 42, said Monday sup..
of Goldwa.ter
GOODIIANDS Orleans refuses to take Jurlsdtc. segregated airport restaurant. with no damage to Its scientific Judge Charles C. Mathls Jr., Tampa, clear 92'8 Gonzales porters Barry
tlon and grant bond during ap. Carswell said the clergymen Instruments. Sheriff L. 0. Davis and Chief of Washington, cloudy 79 63 1.25 Says the Republican presidential
I must return to Municipal Court Police Virgil Stuart be nominee are trying to defeat
peals. re. Winnipeg, clear 81 52
WITH Ranger was designed to crash
WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. him by backing Kieran O'Doher.ty
The Judge John Rudd who had con. strained from Interfering with M Missing T Trace)
lawyer Howard Dixon, vlcted them three years ago. Into the moon and it did. Sur. Integration activities ( ; Henry B. Gonzales, D.Tex., says the Conservative party nom.
said he sent the
court an has retro.rocket to
emer. veyor a
have lost he refused an offer of $14,000 Inee In the 17th, Manhattan's"silk
.... gency telegram and he expecteda The clergymen ap. break Its descent and let it fall
court State The other suit asks orders re. worth of bank stock but he feelsit stocking" district."It .
the circuit
t I' decision by Wednesday.VJS. ''peals to Court and the U.S., Su. free to the surface from a straining the Ku Klux Klan, An. Redistricting was the Idea of a "naive bust should be dear that I haveno

harm{ a"razesa Aeel, Dig Judge G. Harrold l-&uprem. height of no more than 10 or IS dent City Hunting Club and 18 nessman" and a local matter choice but run In this elec.
.nlpr Court.
They are
Apnt Carswell turned down the cler. preme feet.Once individuals from Inter feting "I cannot truthfully say It ap. tlon on my own record without

Wi gymen's petition Monday, tt The Rev. John W. Collier of it lands, its two televl. with efforts to car r y out the Problem Faces peared to be part of any nation reference to the national tick.
contended there was no evl. don cameras should be able to civil rights art i Gonzalestold "
Dr. Robert M. al lobbying attempt, et, said Lindsay.
dente of unlawful assembly and swing full circle and up and
that an Interstate Commerce Brown' of Stanford, Calif.; the down, giving earth scientists a A ruling Is tending on an. Alabama Solons the House Monday, Inter.
Robert J. Stone of New ruptlng a speech by Rep. Wright
Commission order had there" other phase heard last week In THE
wipedout "you are picture of the
m NAPLES segregation at Tallahassee York City) the Rev A. McArven lunar landscape. which Injunctions were asked MONTGOMERY Ala. (AP) Patman, D-Tex., describing the

11 Allilil.at SEARS.Inturinc Companii '.. transportation terminals Warner of New York City; Rab. Surveyor also will have a against operators of 16 restaur The Alabama Legislature purported Incident without glv. U

"und.d by au., Roebuck end The clergymen were "free. bl Israel Dresner of Springfield claw on an extendable arm to ants and motels ordered In com. meets in special session todayto tug any names. }.
81 Co wrap i ind.ptnd.nl, note ..nChabit's < dom riders" testing compliance NJ.J; Rabbi Martin Freedmanof far pi lanee with the new law. see If It can pass a congres. Patman Is chairman of the
pick up objects as away as and
Hom. Of'icn. tkohi*, III with the ICC order. They were Paterson, N.J.; the Rev. A:' 10 feet and lift them up to the slonal redistricting bill and per House Banking Committee,
to thur L. Hardge of New Britain, television Several businessmen testified haps lessen the chance of Re. Gonzales is a committee mem.

Conn., and the Rev. Petty D. Mc. three-dimension stereoscopic eyes for they were prevented from com. publican victories in November. ber.Patman f Gad

KInney ot Nyack. ,..Y. scrutiny. plying by activities of militant Keynoting the session was an praising "a memberof

1.J The Rev. Wayne )HArtmlre Heart of Surveyor's is soft-land segregationists. address by Gov George Wal. my committee" told the sto. AND
ing 10,000.poundthrust
system a
ry after saying that "antl.public ''I
Jr., of Culver City Calif., arrived -
solld-fuel retrorocketthat complaints In both lace.The '
action by the bankers' lobby"sometimes
and said past failureto
Monday night legislature's : _
will be turned on 60 miles upcoming actions were filed
"takes the form of
9 rG would decide on whether to go agree on new district lines in .
from the moon.This Monday. They added or deleted CLUB
to Jail after appearing before names of the wake of the 1960 census, offering a congressman bank :
will slow Surveyor's 9, plaintiffs and defen.
stock either free or at a cost
Carswell which cost Alabama Houseseat
Judge OOOdeet-per-aecond speed to450 dants with the kitFACILITIES
greatly under the market val.
toe has forced the Democratic V

congressmen and their Republl. ue.Gonzales
can opponents to run from the said "a very dlstln.

'. state.at.large Instead of by dls. gulshed gentleman" from his In Southwest Floridafor
.LF :: trtcts. San Antonio district called on

' ao : That, coupled with Wallace's him In Washington and suggest Country Club

withdrawal from the preslden.tlal ed he become director of a

race and the resulting possl. bank. Gonzales said he told the LIVINGGOLFING

blllty that many of his supporters man that directors are usually
stockholders "and I didn't have . .
may vote Republican, has II hale C...*.,.*....., coil inictlloir
left the Democrats facing what any money. tntil... tf ,ly,
Lt. Gov. James B. Allen calleda He said his caller told him

tough road ahead that $14,000 worth of stock SWIMMING .
GOP spokesmen have predicted would be available "and I didn't AAU sue fool, 75' a 40' s JO1 with

victory not only for Sen. have to have any money" family mnik..nki. arodeble.HOMESITES .

Barry Goldwater, their presl. "1 stopped him at that point,"
dentlal candidate, but for the .
Gonzales said. 1 told him I
a rawi. Republican congressional ticketas Tk. Mn<"*tr k*_II'" ere ideal
would consider this an outright .
I. Ik* kit. Ctnr Club Urne.In
Leaders of both parties con. conflict of interest I remindedhim So......., Florid1!
I was a member of the
cede that passage of a redls. Banking Committee. He said he Taut fed .( Slat Aid
bill enabling the > ,
did not know this." SK bMiUS 41fHONf
:. . .. Democratic congressmen to run Ml 2 MlCOOL
v..av ..... w ...... ..': "" In the districts where they live

would diminish the GOP

Six of the seven congressmen
I seeking reflection survived the

SOME LAKE FRONT LOTS STILL AVAILABLE Democratic primaries and were rA'

I Gt In the wen fr.m rti. .,....... !lah Irani ltt mw .,M.r...' In the PINS renominated along with two

IIDGI IXTINSION, .nly JVt mil., Mrth ef f the H.,..* City llmltt *fl U, I. f newcomers. Their names will go \\\
...... the November ballot against I
'1. Writ M phon for fug .1. d on B* cool oil summer with, low
eight Republican candidates cod dependable conditioning
gas oir
chosen In state convention. Specifically: : designed for

I stores and offices, to be trouble

New York City'. Grant's 12i free. oust and most important,

Tomb was built by popular economical, toll usa de.
SERVICE TEAM Kutenberg Homes has announced that four salesmen L
PineRiaqe subscription with some 90- toil of e 'liberal leote planJROPIGAS'.
In the Naples a hay', sold 1 11,< per cent of the quota assignedto 000 citizens participating.

summow *bf Naples making\ Naples branch sec'>nd ranking in the Rutenberg h

organization of Florida. The salesmen ar' left( to right) Karl Gollnik.

Created by Collier Development Corp. a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel with 21 years service who just MAICO

moved 1 to Naples : Clarence Perry a l'ctirt'drl1l\' lieutenant colonel W
110 Tamlami Trail Phon. MI 2.2131 Service
who served 21 years and who plans to moto Naples soon : Frank Hearing

NAPIIS, HOtlDA Barber, n former Air Force captain ho has lived in Florida for 42 .4.M nutrrtfs Vnb

01 Ml YOUI LOCAL S.IALTOI years five in Naples ; and Jack Love, a retired Air Force major E. a. warn ,- 11..11. apInal Ml 2-37SI NAPLES
r. o. a.e 1111 wY t tau
who just mo\ed 1 here from Pennsylvania, (Campeau photo)


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