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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 7, 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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with ldely Mattered afternoon QIJt
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South Viet Nam and evening thundrmho. rn. Low *
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(AP)-Premier Nguyen Khanh tonight In the 70.*. lug! Saturday
Coon .* I2t5 B.IJ: 739:
decreed a state of emergency 90 to 84. ariable mostly southwest
7 Vug. : lilt 7:21 812:
today and ordered general mo. winds S to IS miles an hour. I'y;
blllzation of manpower and re. Add ene.:nour for Marre

sources with a declaration that Add one hour Naples Bay bridge

"the coming in South weeks Viet will be Nam'satrlRle de.clslve" FRIDAY AUGUST 7. 1964 8 PAGES 10 CENTS "lit YEAR NUMBER 10

against the Com.
munlsts. He ordered

summary death sentences on all
terrorists, saboteurs and black. Conboy Files
market speculators, with no Approve Policy In Viet Nam

right of appeal.A New ComplaintOn

tense night passed quietlyon

American the northern advisers frontier with the and VI. City TaxesVincent .

etnamese let vision In that p w. wei House Senate

danger zone said they doubted H. Conboy's attorneys
that the Communist North Viet have filed a written notice with
namese would attempt an Invasion. Naples Tax Assessor Bert Pinks. ,
ton: which protests alleged un.
fair assessments on the 1964 city
"u they had moved In anger, (::ax roll.
they would have hit us one way The assessment Inequities are

or another by now," said MaJ. aused by use of the submerged Back President
William McMullen of Long Is. )land contracts between the City v

land, N.Y. I and developers of certain sub.
But reinforced defense units
I llvlsions, lawyer Walter Con. '
kept up a sharp watch all along ,Ion said. He filed the protest goo 1.
the SO.mlle border, which cuts I igalnst the 1964 tax roll yester. 'p ti ever \S10NGTON LAP) Con teats against(: the resolution from before the raid actually or.

across Inland mountains to Laos ,lay, and the letter will be read :ryes voted ovenUielmlnc apiTival Sens. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., and 1 curred.
from a swampy plain on the ,when City Council sits as a tax toclaof the "1'1"lull.nbllrklllR Ernest Gruenlng, D.Alaska.. "What kind of responsibility Is
South China Sea. Tanks, artil. ,equalization board Monday at President Johnson's actions Morse said It was giving John tills?" Foreman shouted "The
lery and camouflaged riflemen'':I p.m. In the Southeast Asian nl.| son "blanket jtithonh lo wage patents and wives of the bo)3
stood guard. aground; U.S. re. Conboy first attacked the sub. sis, wat.. Griiening argued, as did who were killed In those I strikesare
connalssan e Jets sped con.tant'l merged.land contracts at the 1962 Mint the House,01111 414.0 roll Morse, that "All Met Nam Is going to be asking

ly overhead. equalization hearing When Coun. I all, and then the Senate ...dol't.I'll not \l'ol'th the. lire of a single The Pentagon has denied that
Across the way, North Viet ell!: did not grant him relief, Con. the resolution in a display) to Vmeilcan. lio) ." the North Vietnamese made any
namese regulars presumablykept boy 1 filed suit. Last month, Clr. the world, of btiattlsan| unity In the (louse, there was no preparation for air raids on
a similar watch. At North I cult Judge Archie Odom upheld behind Johnson farm wllitai\ oulilght dissent, l but! Hell| Adam their Icrpedo-boat Installations

Viet Nam's frontline posts vis. I Conboy by Invalidating the land response to attacks b)' Coniinu. CIJ\Ion Powell, 1)N.voted Foreman, a supporter of Re
Ible from 1st Division positions, ,contracts and the ordinances un. nist North Vietnamese on U.S. piesi'iit" when Ills name was publican presidential nominee

people could be seen moving ,der which they were drawn Warships called. Barry Goldwater, was speakingIn
about freely. The defendant developers are The Senate vote was 88 to :2.! Powell, asked bIII'Wlnll'll lo the context of contentious
Behind the Red lines, the Ha.expected to appeal the ruling next In the Senate (here weie pro. explain. his vote, tail "I I have from some critics that Goldwa.

not regime pursued a word war I month, and the City, also named JUDGE STANLEY (left) gahis endorsement for the new Naples al'aYI lieen a pacifist. I have ter has a tendency lo act In

against the United States and I is a defendant, expected to join Torn Club Thursday in a meeting with ( left to right) Joy Hodges, been lor 34 tears at a minister. "trigger happy1' or "Impulsive"
South Viet Nam. I ln the appeal. Hut when mi ('ountrt Is alwo.lutely fashion.
rhniimnn of the board, Hick Clemons, vice chairman and Christy Burns Backing
Radio Hanoi attributed to the III Inicer In lime ol
as In reply to foreman, Rep.
PROTiCTEDINTEREST Willis publicity chairman. The discussed plans for the Teen
Viet command In South group then "
I
Cong war, will sulhmrl| i it. Samuel S. Stratton, P.N.Y.
Last year, Conboy protected Club. Judge Stanley commented : "This is an instance of the teenagers ,
Viet Nam a broadcast statement Away From Demo The resolution! hid the sup. said, "Our planes look the Viet
I Us Interest In the
calling for intensified guerrilla then.pendlnglult helping themselves. They deserve the backing of all adults, poll or Hepiibllcan. as writ' as namese by surprise, and any

act Ion. :lax roll's by protesting use of the land the 1963 con. including parents." He also said that the juvenile court would be happyto National Ticket Democratic leaders' suggestion lo the contrary Is a

I tracts. Under the contracts assist them. (NEWS photo) "This Is one of those occa. disservice lo our Navy and our
,
funs when all of us, whatever ,"
American I the City agreed to assess de.reloper.owned WASHINGTON (AP-Mayor country
HONG KONG (AP) unite
our political persuasion,
The Senate under
operated
anagreement
llayilon Burns he's
military Intelligence sources In lots In a .ub.dlvl.lon says run. In
behind I our commander
to vote after three
from Natlonlst as acreage for 10 years, fling for governor of Florida on '
learned *
Hong Kone chief said Frances P.
Rep. booms of del' ,
until 60 cent of the lots the platform he used In winning ate
that 'or per
sources
Chinese military
.were sold. Thant Council the nom nation-not the nation.al Bolton, R'Ohio, ranking RepuUllcan Of the total, two hours was
about Says Security
Red China sent 100 Soviet. on the House Foreign Affairs .
built MIG fighters to Hanoi Because of the probability of platform. Committee. granted to Morse for Ills major

Thursday to reinforce the North I m appeal, a final decision In the The Jacksonville mayor told Senate action with over. speech, of opposition.
Vietnamese air force. I Conboy ease still lies ahead. To a news conference. Thursdayhe'll whelming approval also certainwas Morse said that Congress was
his Interest has not be bound by the platform abandoning Us constitutional
protect Conboy
I ,
The Hong Kong sources also expected this afternoon
said there appeared to be no I attacked the tax roll and the land Has Little Part In Viet RowBy which will be adopted. by A long speech of oppositionfrom duty to decide! upon declaration
foundation, on the basis of I ontracts: for the third succes. the Democratic party at lit At. Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore, of war through this and similarrecent
available U.S. Intelligence re. I live year. In none of the years lantlc City convention later this delayed action. resolutions.
lid he the assessment month. ."The White House now hasp
I protest onhis
ports, to Taipei reports of "fe. 'lety of U.N. problems generally Involved in settlement" of House discussion of the relll' .
ly a
LEWIS GUL1CK Burns added that he .
I Isouth..t own property, but protested "" expert "#Uy ' wench air redeployment" In the lotion brief with th
wa ma
yell and on most items the Southeast Asia .
n.l the
aUegeduad.raruessment I of de. WASHINGTON (AP) u.s. difficulty.This Florida to go Democratic In the. "! oppose granting any more."
bordering
China provinces U.S. government position was In was so he said becausethe jority of the speakers, both Ra.
'veloper.owned property under officials agreed today with Sea state office contests, but he ad.
on North Viet Nam. t the contracts.In retary-General U Thant's view stride with Thant's. council has limited authority dells publicans and Democrats, ex.
Earlier, US Intelligence Thant told newsmen that "for under the U.N charter becauseof pressing firm support' for II,
Council Is ,
the latest protest, Condon that the U.N. Security "I'm aware that FlorUUhasn't .
sources In Hong Kong had described I aid lots affected by the contracts not the unit to bring about a the moment, as I see It, the 6e the "peculiar" problems in gone Democratic on the There were exceptions School Budget
as "highly inflated"Chi.nice Council cannot be useful. Rep Ed Foreman, R Tex.,
and
that I md therefore allegedly under. Southeast Asian settlement now, curlty the Southeast Asian picture national ticket since (President)
Nationalist reports drew boos and of
assessed are In Royal Harbor, Thant voiced this opinion, and because "one of the parties Truman. This means there's a groans dlsap
large Chinese been Communist shifted from armyunite Port Royal, and The Moorings. tossed In some other Ideas about (North Viet Nam) Is not a mem. question as to the outcome of proval from the Democratic Hearing MondayA
had cen. side when he said "We'veheard
I But Assessor Pinkston noted that the Viet Nam crisis, in a day of ber" of the United Nations. the national tit ken In Florida"
southern bor. public HIP
tral China to the Ar and an awful lot In the last hearing on new
der provinces. I u of this year the developer. talks Thursday with President VJS. officials said today that In Jacksonville, the chairmanof few weeks about trlgger.happy school budget will tie the top
"There has been some activity t owned lots In The Moorings Unit Johnson, Secretary of State the United States asked for U.N. Duval County Democrats re. Irresponsibility I say, 'What Is agenda Item when the School
In the border provinces but :Z; have ceased to be assessed as Dean Rusk and other high officials. Security Council considerationof signed as a delegate to the .par this?* IIroreman Board meets Monday at l30p.m

nothing resembling mass move I acreage because the number of the North Viet Nam PT boat ty's national convention and In. referred to a news The board will also lake a
ment of troops," one source I lots sold has exceeded 60 per Johnson climaxed Thant's action because the U.N.chart.r dlcated he will support the Re. report that President Johnson look at preliminary plans for the
add I ent. oneway visit with a gala White The calls for a report whena publican Sen. Barry Coldwater had announced the air strike In new Immokalee elementary
House banquet. The special en. or member acts In self defense. Richard D. Darker said, "Un. North Viet Nam on nationwide school and nail down the bus
tertalnment and honors, nor. The United States til now, conservatives In this
lIy.H. coun. television an hour and a half schedule for the next school year
z mally accorded only to a chiefof By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS terattack against the North VietNam count! ) have had little choirs
state, were designed to stress boats and bases was In fjetween the two parties both
US support for the United Na. MANILA Philippines (AP- self defense. have been controlled by litter 1a

lions. Typhoon Ida roared through Lu. sis.
The U.S. call for the council
On the business side, U.S. ton Island's northern provinces "We do have a choice this
session amounts to reporting be.
sources said the talks on a var. today with winds of more than fore the Security Council, not year and I am going lo support a I
90 miles an hour and headed a man who will defend and pro. CAl
asking It to take any action now,
into the South China Sea. tect the constitution ," POUND I
the U.8. officials said.
Damage was expected to be He didn't mention Goldwater N9!
I IM
22nd Avenue considerable, but early reports Thus Thant's opinion, they by name
were sket'by.ROME stated, Is In accord with Wash.
Ington's view on the Security
Council's Immediate role. U.N. 1 $

Ybl t (AP) Italy's new reports indicated both North $11,742 ComingTo pI !'! !

r Iet 'Drag Strip: government settled down to and South Viet Nam countries ,
: Mw ,
'
would be Invited to be: on haw. Hoot
t.''workflowwith' power 'Count'y' In' I
l i ': granted by Parliament In Security Council consldera. h IM tP
1r,0. The Chamber of Deputies ton of the case : P <
d Under FireCity Tax a
Cig SplitNaples
a followed Senate
cif' plC Thursday night Thant did differ with the U.s.
approval and voted 344.338 for position in saying he favors an.
Manager Vince Wood this Premier Aldo Moro's four.party other U-natlon Geneva confer will receive $",071.87
morning suggested that the solu. coalition and Its program ence on Southeast Asia. The and Everglades will receive
tlon to the 22nd Avenue North Moro's major problem Is Ita. Reds endorse that Idea, The J870,97 from cigarette tax col.lections .
"drag strip" problem Is 'to ly's economic slump. But the United States says that rather for (Ihs month of June, I
make the students know the City Viet Nam situation took the than having another Geneva the director of the state bever. eowM7.

means business" spotlight Thursday night as he conference now, It would be bet. ace department, Richard B. Keat.
Residents of 22nd Avenue, made support of the United ter for the Communists to start Ing, has announced. 1
b ( along which most of the traffic States part of the confidence living up to the agreementsmade Sealing reports that the net I 1.,11! is f
to Naples High School travels, test. at the last one. cigarette tax collections for June,
have petitioned the City and 1 1964, are 14,572,534. Of this NEA NtwamapjUIIHIE
School Board to crack down on amount $1,420,458 will to
go BODIES: \\EKK: rOLM:: >- spots the
Newimap
students who race along 22nd Ave. LONDON (AP) A surgeon the state general revenue fund.
location of the excavation 'IA) where bodies of three miss-
nue In excess of 25.mll..an.hour said nodal) that the maximum Nab The remaining $3,151,877 will
i 4 In
workers unearthed near Philadelphia.
inn civil rights were
speed limit age at which woman can: be. be distributed to qualifying mun. .
Wood Implied that enforcement come mothers has steidllj Increased clpalltles, Mm Their burned out station wagon had been
found it (Bi when they disappeared June 23.NFA .
of the speed| limit will tx in recent years
more rigid than It has been. ButIt Is the manager s opinion that cords, Dr. Donald Frommer
ALAN E. KING "
the School Board Is responsible wrote In the British Medical .4s.. 'of 4- :, 4"rtF v
for racking down on alleged Journal reveals that mothersare '
< I
+ tf
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.
.. .. ;
speeding in the school parking often put 50 before the
Alan E. King lot. cease to be fertile. The average

In a petition signed by 21 If four years later than In their

residents of 22nd: Avenue, It was grandmother's da\ he said.
charged that the noise and clouds Dr. Frommer, a surgeon In ATHENS, Ga (AP) Fourwhite

County RangerAlan of dust caused from student drl. Hertfordshire, said the reason Is men identified as menu
hers of the Ku Klux Klan
vers' "high spoils and sudden not known. wen
take-offs" makes residents eel He suggested It might be then charged with murder today inlet

E. King has been named January 20, 1964, was promotedto that they are "not Jiving In a result of better diet and living slaying of a Washington,
Collier County ranger for the Assistant County Ranger In up.to.date city or In a 2J mile. standards Dc., negro educator

Florida Forest Service Dls. Hlllsborough County After traln. an-hour zone, but rather in the FBI Director J. Edgar Hoov.
trlct Forester R.C. Hill announc. Ing for the position of county middle of a racing track" er announced the arrests Thurs.

ed the appointment of King to re. ranger, King was appointed as LOTS OF DUST SINGAPORE (AP) Police day night after an Intensivehunt
place 'Sam' Patterson, who re. Collier County ranger on July can't be opened be.caute patrolled Singapore's Gey land for the slayers of Lemuel
Windows
eently resigned to take a post IS, 19 4. King's wife, Zelma.and clouds of District today following lashes Penn, whose car was blasted
of 11 Intense
tlon with Allco Land Develop. daughter Margaret Rose, will toward nearbyhomes between Chinese and Malays with shotgun fire July 11 as he

ment Company In Hendry Coun. live at the Collier County head. dust from drifting the unpaved school that threatened new racial vlo' drove along a rural northeast k, a
quarters site In Naples.As lance In the riot.scarredcHy. Georgia highway. ? k
ty. county ranger King's du. parking lot, the petition claimed. Police said a small mob at. US Commissioner Glrlard

King, a native of Carbondale, ties will include protection from "Drag racing with two carsabreast tacked a motorcycle rider and Hawkins said one of the men, ,
HI., was graduated from Carbon. unwanted fire for all state and Is a common occurrenceon set fire to Ms vehicle The said James S. Lackey, 28, a gas. ..'
dale Community High School and privately' owned forest land In 22nd Avenue as"well as on a Malay was the ringleader. station attendant, admitted com. r.-
attended Southern Illinois State Collier County, and to assist the school grounds, but there A polite announcement oier pllclty In the slaying.The others, .7'r:
Teachers College and Bradley Collier County landowners with has been no enforcement of speed the government radio said "organized Jailed on charges brought under ..
University In Peoria, Ill. controlled burning and firellne laws It added. rumor mongerlng' was the Civil Rights Act, were Men. aad9k
"It Is with great concern for irking the i III' (dents and tined by the FBI as Herbert
employed by the FFS plowing si 1
King was the lives and welfare of the Rddio-Telepkota)
Inl9Swher. Landowners desiring such as. ,rned that it odd lead to s Guest, 37, garage operator; Ce.
In Charlotte County citizens of this area, as well as PLA\rS: : I\'E IAn airman guard some of the F102 Delta Daggers flown to Salgor.'Itt .
started. assistant ran. slstance should write tot Alan renewal of last month race ell William Myers, 25. laborer,
ger.hr Later he an moved to Glades King, Collier Ccunty ranger, P.O. of the students, that we ask forCoBtlmrd riots In which :23 persons were and Joseph Howard Elms, 41, a \ !Nam, ai part of 'substantial military reinforcements to Southeast Asia" ordered bV'

County as a ranger and on Box 3Z5.Naple.,or tall MI2.2000. ( o* page S) killed and .. O InjUrtlJ. machinist All live In Athens Defense Secretary Robert S. Mc.Namara I



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Paddle 300 Miles Held PrisonersBy I i YOUR CHURCH



Congo Rebels DIRECTOR

Tubes To .e r
Escape w :w + a LAKELAND (AP-A FloridaphyslcUn .
y and his wife" Method. '
FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- floating 1st missionaries III Africa since Fl'LI. GUSPELt'Ol3IL'ITY FIRST ASSEMBLYOF
Five Cubans found straddling a when 1929, are believed among a riU'KCHher. GOD
pUe of Innter tubes say they were group of eight missionaries cap. Mmilowlnwn Ave., E. NapU
paddled 300 miles to escape tured by rebel troops In the Con lion PauUun. l'atorKrr.

communism and would do It "We to. Ceorge PtuUn. Sunday School 10 a.m.
again. away Iney are''' Dr. ami Mrs. Wll.lUm .\Ml>lit Tutor
Moininjt Worship II .. .
.m.EVt'ninll'
They said It took them six ron S. Hughlett of Cocoa. Dominion Dr., Avalon Etati
days five without food. They and two Bishop James W. Henley of the Worship 7:30: p.m.
lost two compasses at sea and t Florida Methodist Conference, South Naples Youth Service Tuesdayat
'ate only a raw seagull and a Nelson ; said Thursday Information re Sunday School 10:00; a.m. 7iO:: p.m.
fish killed with a paddle. tex, 29: cried In the Methodist Board Morning Worship II ..11I. MidWeek Scrvitf Thurnduyut

"We slept only t h. first and 01 Missions said the Hughletts Sunday Evening 7 p.m. 7:30:: p.m.
night" said Angel Padron 34. Havana. 't'rt' among eight missionaries Wet Piayer Service 7:30: p.m.
"Other nights there placed under house arrvst by
were heavy "My y. -
(;josi-Ki.: \PTIST nunm
seas. Our raft disintegrated." left," rebel forces at Wembo N'amaIn CENTRAL Gullford Road & U.s. 41
When they started out their happy Kasai Province. BAPTIST CIU'RCH One mile east of the
raft was six automobile inner the John Packard Hughlett, the 730 Seagate Drive County Courthouse
tubes held together with rope get Hughletts' son, and his wife are
and bamboo poles they said. his also Methodist missionaries In North NaplesI'a.lor E.G. Beaird Pastor

Each man had a plank for sit. turn ( ) the Congo.: SUNDAY SERVICES
ting and sleeping. tember. The bishop said the report lh','. O"rsr MrfullumSiniliiy liable School 10:00 p.nt\.
I Rough seas ripped the raft now." Taught"I$4 also stated that Burleigh A. Law : Svivii'i't Mooting W<>r 1iin. 11:00: a.m.
I apart piece by piece and by the The ,-.. Jr.. another Methodist mission. :Sunday School 10 stub Tmininc. Service 7:00: p.m.
time they reached the Baha. vacation Bible School teaching staff met ;ary, was" killed. Mrs. Law Is Woi-fhip Soivlt-p, II u.m. Evening Worship 8:00: p.m.
I mas Thursday they were swim. Inner for upcoming school for kindergarten home on Irate riding I her par. Hiblo t'la.u; Ill0: p.m. WKD.: F.YENINK: : SERV.
like of ants, Mr. and Mrs.
mlng bathers. the Clinton Wit.
It wasn't Rihlo
and
Stiiily
known how ) Those present were top row (left to Hams of Tallahassee, Evening Service, 7'Ill:: \p.m.IMMOKALEE .
raft before long It fell they apart rode their ) Ivlrs. Oscar F. Yanson Mrs. Walter t'hoir I'ris)'rr Prnclli-r Service 7:::10 p.m.

Yachtsman' Ken Lowry of Stansell Mrs. RobertV, Baugham : and 8:1S: p.m.

Fort Lauderdale sighted, them spaces ( ) Mrs. John W. Roth Mrs. Robert W. Morris[ DEATHS METHODIST CHt'ltril THIXirY.in.TIIKCOVEKPisroj'Ai.I ( :
35 miles off West End, Baha.' school Hoffman Mrs. Roblt T. Dilbone Mrs. Itrr. Richard Howe, Patter I. riintru

mas, where "12 to IS big sharks Hummer. Arthur F. Renfroe Miss Debbie Stump, PHILADELPHIA (AP) Dr. SUNDAYMnrninp 'Port Koyal
were circling." \\ [ Mrs. Roy W. Mohler, who had an un. Worihip. 8,1(1:: ( A 11
George Bender and Bruce Boynton. Thr |U.. Richard I'. l.amhrrt
"I was wearing brown shoes" C'hutih broken 47.'ear association with Sunday School, 0:45: !I am.
when taken Mrs. Harland
picture
was are : Sunday Sorvlco
said Jefferson Medical
Padron. "The sharks must at the College as a Jr. Intermediate and Sr.
have thought It was flesh. One "The Mrs. Charles L. Turley, Mrs Joseph G. student a doctor and a profess M.Y.F.. RlO:: p.m. Holy ('1111I 11I1111 i"". S n.ni.K.I .

tried to grab my left foot, but I lake Miss Ann Erickson Mrs. Katie Creason sort died Thursday at the age of E\tninir: Worihip 7::10 p.m. IliI)' WUI' hil'. t'lunvhSiOltnl
was faster ." u'crtlll Reiman and Miss Janice Richardson. The 71. He was professor of obstre TUESDAY : Mild Scl'lllon-IOMIO lI.m.,111I..111 .

Lowry said they were half also have special sessions in the evenings tries and gynecology at Jeffer. Men's Prayer Service 7 p.m. \\\. '\.

lying, half.slttlng across a free. Hauling (NEWS photo) son Medical College in PhlladeU Choir Prartli-f. HX: p.m. Holy Communion, |0:10::! u.m.
phla. WEDNESDAYMidweek : Holy D.iyn
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) ininiunion. III S
a- NMp-N-- Prayer Srvice.Adulm a.m.
and Health with Key to the George; T. Bresnahan, famed A "hililrrn. Ti.'Ifl:
by Mary Baker Ed. WEATHERBy Iowa track coach who helped : pot II 1151' PUKSIIYH.KI: : ,
Attend The be the nine Hawkeye win -
following: Mor- runners .
( II HUH OKIM.KS
THE ASSOCIATED PKFSS:
must gravitate Godward I berths
on U.S. Olympic teams, EVEKCLADKS: .
1'hh',1't. .. So. & Sixth
St.
affections and alms High Low Pro I.Un
grow died Thursday at the! age of 73. rmntt'SI1rlll'll1I
GOSPEL BAPTIST ,-they must gear the Albany cloudy 1'1 48 ( John W. Stump
HALIFAX, N.S. (AP) MaJ. Mev. II. (!. WrinbrrLrr, piitmS .
Interpretations of be- Albuquerque, clear D8 13 Gen. H. W, Foster outstanding Sunday St-hmd) .t-'M: ::: n.m.
nutty School 10 ...11I.MIII'ulilar .
THIS and gain some Scrvii'i'H ,
proper sense Atlanta for U 68 Canadian commander In World on Sundayi0
Worohlp II
: and lofinitel--in mortally order that Bismarck, clear 82 4'1 War U died Thursday at 62. am. !ll: : u.m.
Morning Worship 11 may be put
01 66
Boise cloudy
(p. 2u:5: ,. PEW YORK (AP) Sir Ce. '-
(
"Where Fudndamental Boston, cloudy 14 GG drlc Hardwlcke who made his COI'KI.ANI IUPTIST! ST. .\NN'S CATHOLIC
in Canada's Sas Buffalo cloudy '73 G7 theatrical debut In London In MISSION tlril:: St. lOili Ave.. So.
Are Preached and :( ) province, was Chicago clear 80 6'1 1912 and who spent a lifetime on Ktr. Clyde MartinSiiinUy Father. llrrnard I.. Ilirkr)
as the proposed capital Cincinnati cloudy 88 62 the stage and screen, died School 10 a m Sums:')' Mn-Kfi. 11.11.1tI; I ) ( I

.. -- --__>L.- Among selections from "Sci of a temperance colony Cleveland cloudy 75:; IiO Thursday of a chronic lung all Worship ServiceaII \Vcr-kdnys 7 n.m. only
Denver. clear 90 54 .1 3: ment at the age of 71. Sir Ce. a.m.lnd 7:30 p.m. ('onr.I..n.: Snlnrdny
uimmmimummimmmimmimiuiuiwiiuiuniiiRichards. & VI""IIII"I\IIIII" ullauuuumlluul Des Moines tear 82 66 .31) drtc's last big Broadway hit was Prayer MeetingsW'ednesdnya I tit 5 p.m. nnd 7 to K p.m.Sunilay .
Defrost clear 81 66 "A Majority of One" In 1958. At S p.m. Si-lmol .I a.m.

Fairbanks cloudy 12 50 SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) Confraternity, Clan* ofChriKtian ,
Fort Worth clear 104 78 Clarence S. Edmundson, whose IhclrineMondays
Helena clear 83 48 coaching! career In track and CIIOKOLOSKEECHLMtni
:it 7.30; ::(
2/ &*frcto COrialtl1 JnvitcJf 1I0nolulu. M M M basketball at the University of OF COD! -- p.m.
ndianapolis cloudy 86 6G Washington spanned 35 years, Sunday School 10 a.m.
Jacksonville cloudy n 74 died Thursday night. He was 77. Morning Worship U a.m.MAIKO K\ST: NAPLESHAPTIST :
Juneau cloudy 65 /<<4Kan'as ('IIL'It'IIhndoelawn '

City rain 06 76 .02 .\\,.... Final: Naplf,
Roofing Service tttenJ the Churcfi Loll Angeles cloudy 84 66 (llfltril OF iOI; ) Rrv. ladies arJo, raster
Phone MI I-46U Napla & Louisville, cloudy 90 06 LinvilleJohn Ira I U. llanrork. paslnr Sunday

Memphis clear D2 73 )IIIr..lnJrV'raMII II II.". Sunday School |0IH
)
: a.m.
Sunshine Hardware M iami. clear 00 78 M. Unville, 72, proprle Firming: WorKhlp 7:15: p.m. lor"lnlt'lIr.hill t 11:00
: a.m.
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'Your Complete Hardware Store" Mllwauker. clear 84 08 tor of the Monroe Station res.
Ave: S.. ,, .q J taurant and station from 1950 Trail)og Union 7:00:: p.m.
111 Sth e. >/W] ''tT < > ." > C1 Mpts..St.P" clear 85, 63Nep gas : '
.\\U ,. .;.,. .. n..v. ,\f .. our oice !,' Orleans, deny 92 75 .1 13 to 1956, died this morning In Naples i IIOODI.AXD) MISSION:' Evening Wornhip Ktrt',0(" ,ilIl: ",
Wnlnekulpj'
Naples Rexall Store'MM I. New York cloud 80 61Okla. Community Hospital. He OF) ont sAvioruSunday
llh Av.. Ito was a resident of Naples Land Mid Wrck
City, rain 100 69 1.)0 Sclmul. II 11.111.
Omaha cloudy 80 67 .12 Yacht Harbor. Itrr. Richard T. l.imh" rlJEHOVAH'S Prayrr Service 70: : p.m.
The Bank of Naples Philadelphia cloudy 83 1i4 He had lived In the Naples V.lull Chnlr IVarlii-f H.p.;| p.m.
"Growing with Napltt andColhar These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church Phoenix, clear 102 81 area since 1956. WITNESSES

County Sine 141"Mambar and Pittsburgh, cloudy 18 1i4Ptlnd. He Is survived by his widow, t Mnjr l NAI'LKS: PARK
f.D I I.C. Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. < <>m Hull 107th AvrniirMlnlMir :
M\!., clear 15 52 Mrs. Inez LlnvlHe, of Naples, Wallace Kndrm: WAITIST HURCII
Store Ptlnd. Ore clear 8'1 54 and daughter, Mrs. Jean Smith Itrv. Marion .
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Hartley's Variety ? ,Bible .Study Wed. H p.m. K.: Wa. .-rSuniiuy
M Ninth Strati SouthBob's Rapid City clear 87 58 of Montevideo, Uruguay. Mrs. Minister School Fri. TM School lo a.m.
RIchmond, cloudy 81 64 Smith who had been visiting herpar..nt. Pill
Sen'Ire Meeting Kri. H'UI: Morning Worship II n.rn.
:
here reached this I p.m.
St. Louts. cloudy 93 76 was
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Pastry Shop PpbtlvAddrera' Sun. 6HO: Evrninir: Womliip 7:11):: )
That morning In Miami where she was "1.Watt.h p.m.
Salt
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CItYI'I..ar 92 04
110 Itll St., N. MI M'UFroth
I'rll'rr11'rli..IC: Wrd. 7 :! > ,
Baliad Goods D.I," San: Diego cloudy 77 67 about to leave for her horn In Towrr KtwIy'Suil: 11.111: ::1111..11I
San Fran.. clear 64:17: South America. He also Is sur
Naples Federal Savingsand v Seattle. rlol'lh 84 60 vlved by two brothers, Harry .' CHRISTIAN FIKS METHODIST
Loan Association # Ulnln@tAfhthOOh[ Tampa (cloud 92 70 B. of Toilesboro Ky.,and HomerB. "'HUBrH OF NAI1.ES CIIUICCH OF NAI'I.KS::

toO Sth Avo., So. Ml' Mill Washlnizton cI'ar 84 62 of Washington, D.C., and five Mandarin Dr. Coqulna Sand 101r.t Avenue' S. & Fourth St.
Winnipeg, clear 7:1: 51 grandchildren.A Minister Pa>'liirl Jim's Sunoco (M-Mlssllllt) native of Mlllersburg, Ky., Rev James W. Mockey Sunday Worship 11 n.m.
he was a graduate of Millers Bible School l Sun. Eve: Worship Scrv. nt 7:30:
Lifetime Guar.nt..d MulflartMl i' burr Military Institute. During 11:45: ..m. :
I-M1I H7I '11. Church Sunday /School! ) 9:45
or Naplaa World War 1 he served with the Service II &..In.t : H.m.
Wo Qivo, Stumps 'h"l, PrrUr Wedneiulay 7:10: Junior, Intermediate nnd l
? Methodist School United States Marine Corps. He
t f was; a retired employee of the Vesper Ncrrlte S p..... "... Senior Fellowship, li p.m.
Naples Coin Laundry a> i Taking Enrolees i Firestone Rubber Company. In Prayer Meeting
Spaad Withort A
IIs Quaan Boy With sS". '1, { lr 1955 he built the Port Hole to CHfRCM: OF CIIKIST! Wednesday at 730pm.|
U.S. Hwy 41 N. 4 Whitman IIlvd.Opon M The! Methodist Weekday School ,taurant and bar on the North Tnmismi: Trail at 14th Av., X.
.", .. is now accepting! enrollments, a LEQ'SCATHOLIC
24-Hours N NipltiW. Tamlaml Trail. Ckarlrr, "' ''artn.Jr.|l. .1.111I"
Hoorr, Ownor Mr' church spokesman announced. of
Ht was a member theAkaraLodge SuntlayBible CHURCH
ter. The fall semester begins August of Masons at Akron Ohio tall Huildinir ofUoodwin
corner
Naples Furniture Co. r \. \. .4 ?: 31. The school will continue to and tbe E 1s Lodge of Peru, study_ 10 ..m. Street and the Trail!
I JMO No. Tamlaml Troll . ,;...\ .'of\; ,... : M \.t flavthJe, different eg, groups Indj '' 1,1!*I. ))1':> : }l' > ft'H! | ii 1 "''lItp"'it! H !.'i I' Bonita; Spring '
'senior rhr
f ft a kindergarten, a Junior Funeral services ire pond worship 7:111: p.m. .
.
BB Builders Specialties J Father Joseph E. lltaumontSunday
eat f\\ ; and
kindergarten
j' a nursery.
W.d
I tt'i Ing at the Earl G. Hodges Fun. "rt1. ; Manses IM:: 9'IO::: n.ir
Trail North MI '.IJilI :. Further Information may be .
I Plywood Doors Builders HdwoSchloio I ; (: obtained by calling! Mrs. Grace eral Chapel. alt,: le! study 7W;: ...nl.GRAn 1ltbre""lon: Prior to
i
Ruttwin Dtntor Loch "?.n.layIa.: ..".'"
2.6367 2.5210.
i Park at or
1 I I.LTHERAN
.aka, l1tr : -
Lamplighter Cafeteria \ Nichols rHl'RCII OF NAPLES
IMMOKAI.KE FIRST
Downtown U.S. 41 So.at . 1 Missouri SynodU.
4-Cornort: ,,Naplat. Flu' \ Rev. Ira Howard Graveside- services were held S. 41 and Utk Are, No. IUITIST ('lit:1111l'ssl.r
r lt'HI. Rev. I.. K. DanielWorship
1. '.. :
Thursday afternoon In Naples .t.r
C. A. Anderson \ Here Again Sunday 11 & 7:30:\
I '" Memorial' Gardens for Ermon B. 1If\ George; \V. Prift" a.m. p.m.
I Interior' *Decorating EatsrlorPunting r Rev. Ira C. Howard, pastor of Nichols who died July 25 at Ms Sunday School 9 ..11I. -
the Peace United Presbyterian home at 4831 North Tamlaml f'huif'i Si'ivltt, 10W:
WallpaporlnfPhono I'll : a.m. IMMOKALF.K
Ml '.1711 P.O. Bo.Napla Uti never forget the day we took this picture. The sun was shirting Church of Fort Lauderdale, wlU Trail. Rev. Robert F. Martin (Holy Communion ('HI'Rfll OF CJOP;
*, Florida. brightly and we'd gone for a ride in the country, my husband Tom, Thelma occupy the pulpit at the First pastor ofthe First Baptist Churchof First Sunday each Month
I and I. We came to this: field full of daisies and we stopped, and I braided a Presbyterian Church at Naples Naples officiated. Arrange Panlort Her. (). P. O'ltannonSunday \

Marathon Dredging Corp. crown of flowers for Thelma's head. She was: wearing a brand new dress and again! Sunday morning In the absence ments were made by the RichardA. School III I.m.1lurrl.,1I' .
Marino' Construction Pittman Funeral Home. I'IR4T riiLnni Worship II H.III.
end of the Rev. John Stump OF CHUISTSCIENTIST
; Land Oavolopmant she had a new little parasol too. I thought she looked like just about the hap. who Is vacationing Reverend Ho. Nichols had lived In Naples Evening: Wiinihip '"iA::: p.m.

Ml. J-412J Naples, Florid piest and prettiest little girl alive. ward also preached here last about six weeks, moving here Central Avenue at 11th StreetSundsy -

I Trail Builders Supply How thankful I was I For our Thelma had just weathered her first serious Sunday Rev Stump will returnto from Bonita Springs and Fort Service' 11:90: a.m. BONITA SPRING?

Company illness, and for several weeks there had been days and nights of incredible his pulpit Sunday, August 16. Mjers. 'Sunday School: 11:00: a.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Naples. Florin, anxiety and heart-rending prayer. .d. Evening Meeting 8 p.m. Rev Roland Jones
-- Reading Room 520 Park Sr.Moi. Sunday School 10 a.m.
West Coatf Furniture Now, watching Thelma in her new-found health, I thought of our church. W.d. Frl. Morning Worship 11 ..m.

Complete Interiors Not only our minister, but members of the congregation people whom I Learn The Art of Hymn Singingat 10 ".'11. to I p.m. Evening Service 1:30: p.m.

SM SIN Avo. So. N.pt.'-., ,... scarcely knew, had rallied to our side during Thelma's illness. KMM: .\NIVEL LUTHtXAN' I'rayer Meeting Wf .713Op.m.

Charles R leBuffCabinet Just having them just knowing that they were adding their prayers to ('lIrnrll OF NAPLES CHURCH OF GOD!

Shop ours, had meant so much. And now, I knew, they were sharing our jubilation. H"\:.;. I'ur. 10th St. A 11th .Ave.. N.
Datall Cablnoti Furniture Repair NAPLES FIRST MUSIC SCHOOL FOR Mmuinir Line Bow Line lr
Antique Reproductions How sorry I feel for people who don't go to church. For the)' miss one of in the Moorinr Rev. David Lulu

41 12th St. So. Ml. t-ISSJ 1ile's great truths the knowledge that if you have the Church you can INSTRUCTION IN HYMN SINGINGTo I'a.iurt Dr. lIul... D. Fsgne Morning Sunday Worship School 10 11 a.m...m.

never again be alone. Sunday School 9 a.m. :
Jimmie GibblPIIII.ln. be held at the Goiptl Baptist Church of Naples Church Srn-lre 10:30 Evangelistic Service 7:30: p.m.
( I. Masonry ContractorPhono THE CHURCH POH ALL ALL FOR THB CHURCH on Gulliford Road and U.S. 41, One Mile tilt of the : a.m. Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Ml. 2.319Van Th* Church ia UM> |rNl ii fartof lardy I and support Ihe Church The)' 7:30: p.m.
on Mrh fur Ihe building of cha_. ill. For County Courthouse. 10 night session, Monday through
'" are ill For hi* own sake MKS1 Thursday YPE
7:30
: .... : .':... Nddurnhlp.nr.st.bona. Au 24-28! IIVI'IISI l tlirilCHOF pan,
Der Veer 4-\ hw rhildnn'i auk i J> For Ihe Ml Friday. 17-21 and Aug. :
/ of spiritual .. .- Without t of hia eommunily and nation ((4'' from 7:00 to 9:00: P.M. NAPLES iVERC.LADES: BAPTIST
Music Center strung Church, neither dcmorraeynor Far the sake of tha Church (loll, I
!
civiliialion. on ...",.... Then which. wads tut moral I and material 1 ter. Robert Maria patterSunday CHAPEL
Complete in Instruction'Instrument Dtpartmont ... lour mound mares why awry aupourt riot to to to church "fu- Mr. C. Z. Pierce who will direct this music! school School 9:15: a.m. Pr.'ort R... Eric C. Weldoa
SHEET any MUSIC DEPT. '+ .prraun shouts attend ..... resn- laity and nd your Bible daily It a graduate of the T. B. Mosely and Stamps Baxter Morning Worship 10:30 ..m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

114 tin St. N. Ml. ,-WIi Copyright ISM. Keiatar Advertum Service lilt Suaaburf.V*. I Schools of Music II :th thirty years experience ss Evan. Training Union (1:30: p.m. Worship Services

glltic Snger and Mu'io School Director. Under hi. Evening Worship 7:30: 11 .
i p.m. .m. A 8pm.
i Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday direction .the subjects taught will be The Theory of WEDNESDAY
[ Psalms Psalms I Isaiah Mark Luke Training Union 1 p.m.
Luke Luke
91:1-16 103:6-16: 68:6-11: 7:24.30IIIIUIIIIIItlllllllllllllll: 8:4048IIIINIIUIUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIH 8:4956IIIIIIIIUIIIIII1IIIIUUIU: 122.31IUIIIIIIIIWIUUllmlllIi':! Mu,,'lc. Sight Reading, Tonality and Croup Singiag. Prayer Heeling 7:30 r."' Midweek Prayer Service 8 p.m.
(To for matarlalt
Naples Laundry & meet school .sp.nse and pay study I
dense'on ol II.00 from each ras>atrant will be accaplabla
Cleaners, Inc.
IMS eta Av*. .. Ml I-MSI Anyone from S l 0 80 may enroll:! I -
t 'Or>* Day Sorvict Available"WlliWWIUUUUIHIIIIiltMUIUUHII Call MI ,."" or MI ,.,,,, for adrance registration. 'rt'rL' TkU dimtery will appear regularly each week U

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,Harbor ", : ,. t d' WifeBeatersNot least
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i Bow LineBY :. Husky MugsCHICAGO aP4sH F-By Sue Glover

MI 3-eOTT
(AP) Most wife.
beaters In middle class societyare City water may be available to day night dinner guests of Mr.
r ; ,BY NOMIE ROGERS not hulky brutes who pound homes In East Naples where the and Mrs Fred Redenbaugh of

Phone ME.38 . their shrinking violet-type water lines have been extendedIn Lake Kelly

brides whenever they don't get the next two weeks. William
''Summ.r tm.! ... and the living Yacht. Harbor Is saddened upon their way, a pilot study Indlcat. Savldge, head of the city water ALL'S QUIET
is easy"..at least here in Naples learning that Mr. John (Mac) t7tkh1f Y sal . l ed today. department was guest speakerat The languid quiet of a trop.
Land Yacht Harbor. Unvllle of 79.B Pier passed away t Instead, a team of psychl. the Tuesday night meeting of leal summer has settled over
The CornhstkeS would like to tell early this morning. Our deepest a, atrlsts said their small study the East Naples Civic Association. Harmony Shores and about the

the following story In rhymer sympathy goes to his wife Toby I F showed, the men as a rule were only movement to be seen are
The heat and rain don't stop The Unvilles' daughter and two ; shy, sexually Ineffectual, reaso. The most pressing question put the occasional mosquitoes that
them none; get up each morn', grandsons who had been visiting nably hard working "mother's to him by East Naples residents float In on the breeze, but It
at rising sun... While folks are them for two weeks left yester. boys" with a tendency to drink was answered by saying that the won't be long before the winter
sleeping, like me and you,they'reIn day to fly back to Uruguay. They '"' ettl 'I'r / excessively. crews are presently engaged in residents begin to return and the
their boat, the "Gypsy 2", hope to contact her before she J And their wives typicallywere Installation at Seagate School and Shores will be a bee-hlve of acti

heading down old Marco way to boards the plane.CHAMPS \ aggressive, efficient, masculine when this Is completed they will wily Hello there, all you vacationing .
Gordon Pass or Dollar Bay... and sexually frigid. be back In East Naples. Savldge Shore-Ites. Just want
They drop their anchor, now ON WHEELSDo The psychiatrists said the said that one quarter of a mil you to know we miss you.
here, now there, If the fish alnt remember reading all r wives endured physical abuse lion dollars Is being spent in Well, we spent another week
biting, they don't care; just take snap about you the "Skating Cheyneys"In 4 ,s/ Li Eta a for years-until one of their East Naples by the City Water end In Miami last week. Mr.
eat lunch and then move on the C.C. News a while ago children, usually the eldest son, Department Glover and I and sons attend.
and start allover again.ThlsUme how the children, Sherrle 13, interfered. Then they sought The higher rate In the county ed the Friday evening weddingof
the Jackpot, Newell hit a big one 10 twins Bill and Tommy outside help.CommenUnc. was questioned. Savldge said my sister. This Is the third
Is giving VI a fit ... Back home 7 Joy had, won all kinds of tro. 4 on the stability that when the Water Departmentwas wedding In our family this sum

they come, arrive about five, plies, ribbons and medals for N of the marriages, the psychl. begun, the City of Naples, mer, but when you have such I
with a dozen bit reds, some tin. ti family these things have a
the for the Water large
being responsible
- --" '- -- their roller skating. I Just found atrlsts suggested coupleshad
alive. out that these kiddles' grandmoth.er mutually passive and ag. Department bonds, had to some habit of sort of bunching up.
Like the sea gull, coming In and grandfather are none other .e. gresslve personality traits that times take money from the cigar Same way with babies-they come

from the East, we all line up, than Pauline and Bill Drum. LOOKING OVER THE SITE for a beach party to be given at 7 o'clock enabled them to achieve a ette tax monies to help out. Both In epidemics,
for of the
part feast.
Every. In the Savldge and County Com mis.
equilibrium"
heller. I understand the child. Th Moorings Bench these JayceeVives. They "working
night at are
Saturday (
one asks where did
you go; marital relationship. This dell sloner Dewey Polly agreed that
Gee, vhat did you use? Well ren are for traveling their lessons.to Pompano The nrc. from left. Mrs. Angie Caballero, Mrs. Norma Harris, Mrs. Nancy cate balance was upset, they the county rate was perhaps excessive TelevisionBy

boys, said Newell, not batting an Beach now live on Royal Palm Lcavitt Mrs. Mona Pittman and Mrs. Pat Austin. Any member of the said, when the Intervention of but that as the depart.
eye, here's free advice from Me Cheneys Drive. Let's wish them lots of Naples Jaycees or of the Jaycee wives is welcome to attend, accordingto the child became a threat. men! expands and as the bonds CYNTHIA LOWRYAP

and VII Get up in the morningand luck In their careers and a big Mrs. Pittman, chairman of the committee in charge of the arrange The preliminary findings were are paid off the county water rate Radlo.TV Writer
head out there, 'cause youcan't welcome to Naples. Naturally, ments. (NEWS photo) based on a detailed study of 12 would likely decrease. HOLLYWOOD ,AP\ All
catch fish, from an easy this Includes Mr. and Mrs.Chey. .families in a predominantlymiddle around the Hollywood studios,
chair I neytoo.Was class suburban area in LOT CLEARING tn this comedy year, television
Say now, it could be, I'm as talking to my sisterMar. ID's- Why Do Massachusetts Polly said that a lot-clearing actors are playing their scenes
much of a PO.ET as a sheep by board had been set by the tht.back lots
garet Seeley, who tells me they The study was reported up for laughs, But on
U a GO.ET (ouch). are leaving Thursday to fly to JVCVS Bonita Drs. John E. Snell, Richard J. County Commission and when mOoney of MGM and Universal.Revue,
Had a card from Ruth Dodge, New York for a two week vaca : Rosenwald, and Ames Robey, Is available In November to World War U is still being
mailed In East Berlin She has tion. While there they will visit WomenDrink Framlngham, Mass., In the cur. the County Commission for use refought under the tiling Call

been to Moscow, Leningrad, and BUl's dad Fred Seeley; also f ?!! By RAE WEAR rent Archives of General ,.y. in lot clearing, the board will fornla ..un."Combat,
was leaving next day for Holland, Ms sister and brother-in-law. chlatry, published by the Amer. act to inform lot owners to clear ," ABC's drama,
_......,._ -o.: :____IIIQIUI"'IrMP-" __ Residents
Belgium and then home. She says Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwindt, ? lean Medical Association. lots where needed. soon will start its third season
Ireland, Scotland and the Scan. Barbara Seeley, their daughter, Betwixt and between conven. lea B. Higgins, who In 1938 who have a complaint about nuisance battling from the Normandy
dlnavlan countries are very beau. and Leslie, their grandaughter, tlons don't forget to make sure attended the Philadelphia Col. lots, must petition the lot. beachheads to the Maglnot' Line,
tlful and she wUPhave many ex. are already up there.They expectto we are reglstered..and then to lege of Osteopathy;. then prac. By JOHN MarLEN NAN clearing board. When action Is a more leisurely trip than the
perlences to tell me. have a couple of days together vote on November 3rd. tired twelve years In the Deer. KIMBERLEY, Cape Province, Jackie Given decided upon by the board, the real fighting men made. some 2C
Had a lovely evening at Erna before Barbara has to return to For those who desire to change field Beach Area, on the East South Africa (AP)-"More and lilt owner will be given a 6& years bark.
and Glenn Baers' a few nights her work with W.I.N.Z. radio their address, name or party af. Coast of Florida,, and more recently more women are resorting! to Welcome FromYugoslavia day notice. If the owner does not At busy Revue, a portion ol
ago, enjoyed playing cards and station In Miami. filiation, now Is the time. This in Kamial, Idaho. clear the offending property, the the battle of the Bulge Is being
eating somenon.fattenlngpte.ala. must be done In Fort Myers In Dr. Higgins and his wife, RitaM. alcoholism! at though It I U! a county will then have the lot or recreated alone end of a small

mode. Ya know, it's a sin to the new section of the CourtHouse Higgins, are very happy to be breakthrough In the name of lots cleared and bill the owner. artificial lake. The other end U

.serve food like tnat, to folks PLANTS TREESI ground floor, room No. back In Florida, where they de. female emancipation," nay Dr. We haven't had chance to stop a snow.rovered Alaska scene,
like me. It'. not the willpower had heard somehwere that it 130, each week Monday through finitely feel the west coast has Louis Freed, aortal medicine ZADAK, Yugoslavia (Ay) -.. by, but heard that our former part of a motion picture in the
that I worry aoout,it's my "won't was fairly warm outside. Now I Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.; a great future. He is an ardent Representatives of the Yugoslav neighbors, Mrs. Thelma Tel re. works.
power" that does the damage. know It I.. We set out three trees and as an accommodation to those golfer, while together they enjoy expert.He Foreign I Ministry welcomed suit and Mrs. Inca Garlno area The war show In progress Is
Well, anyhow, while there, we last night and I am just now get. who cannot make these hours,for fishing and boating. Mrs. Hlg. was reading a paper on Mrs. John F. Kennedy to Yug back in Naples; after an extended called "0ration| Grief" basec
were discussing the cruise we ting cooled off. What kind were the next two weeks the reglstra.tlon gins has already tried her skill alcoholism\ to the congress of the slavia today, but the former vacation at Jacksonville on a real episode of the oat
hope to take this fall with Bill they? I knew you would ask me office will be open Tues. In shelling and is very much fas South African Association for first lady did not come ashore. Beach. The two sisters, boa when speclally-tralned, English
that. I can't from clnated at her find. House hunt. The Radiant on which and Thelma who live on Shadow.
Drumheller and the others. Bill Right now remem. day and Wednesday nights the Advancement of Science.He yacht speaking German saboteurswere
said there were at least 50 sign. ber, and for that matter, even five to seven. ing Is next on the agenda. Mrs. Kennedy Is cruising the. lawn Drive have been visiting dressed In GI unl.
ed up already from the Cruise If I could I doubt I could spell The registration books must They have three daughters and says alcoholism generallywa Adriatic with a party of friends,, with a third sister, Marie, and forms and sent behind the allied
Club members who were here In It, but anyway they're the kind close 30 days In advance of any one married son, while anotherson once ten times commoneramong anchored an hour and a half Ir I i her family Welcome home, lines to make serious mischief.It .
town, and that it should double you see all along the Beach Club election. Stephan, age 14, and a daugh. men than among women the harbor. we missed you. will be one program of NBC's
with the out of-town members golf course. Pretty, aren't they? ter Nancy, age 17, complete, the But today the Incidence betweenthe While several hundred Yugo. Mr and Mrs. Charles P.< returning "Suspense Theatre"
: They're supposed to grow a foot NEW ASSOCIATEThe family here. slavs and foreign tourists gathered ., Church recently purchased the anthology series on Thursday
members Is four times
So or guests only as
any and want thesi! a month, soooo, at my age, I Bonita Springs Spa roll. i sexes on the shore, Foreign MinIstry ., Frank Grlefer home on Palm night
who are going might just see them turn Into ed out their red carpet this past common. representatives went to the Street and Jackson Avenue. Mr. A muddy road had been treat.
set asidefor
been
rooms that have I. a shade tree, eh? weekend to welcome Or. Charles New Arrival The cause! In his opinion Is the yacht to extend the official wet, and Mra.ChurchformerlyofKeyWest ed beside the lake and actors In
the club members at the
Something nice happened to me Cnau's new associate, Dr.Char. emancipation of women He ex com. are getting settled In their grimy uniforms were resting _
special price, had better set I at brunch Sunday. Bill DeyEr. Mrs. Bonnie L Rice, Rt. 1, Mrs. Kennedy told them the new home and recently entertain
plains like real tired soldiers In the
that before World War I ,
Charles Folkerts .t the Travel I t Naples has received word of !
,
mand came over and pinned a cruise from Venice had been ed house guests, Mr. and Mrs. shade of fake 'trees. One
Agency soon. Don't hesitate about t ToastmistressConferenceJIere the birth of a grandson, George women led a comparatively pro- and daughter par.
button on me. It has a picture very pleasant and that she fell Thomas Francis tlcularly dust.covered and
leaving a deposit, because If yo 1 of a girl golfer on It. Bill did Lawrence Rice Jr on July aIn t (led life Women' suffrage very well The weather was hot Debra from Chattanooga, Tenn. Ing a thr.e.d.y beard iro.e.Jtproved sport
are unable to go, your money will I novwuW: he.(UdJt>b t.as my; New York. The baby was born Meant. however, they hadapqulMed and the sea was talm,1>IIt there Worth Hayward Newklrk, Jr., to be Robert Gould, the
be refunded to yowl Dad used to say the thought is This Weekend to wife.her son, George Rice, and his the right to enter Industry, was a light breeze. son of Mr. and Mrs. Worth New. handsome young baritone, ,who

Everyone here In Naples Land worth more than the deed, and and the The Radiant was escorted In kirk, 1363 Delmar Lane in Brook. Is making his TV acting debut
.1 know that If I wear it each The Council No. 5 Summer commerce professions. and out of the harbor by a Yu. side has recently been assignedto In the episode
time I play, it's bound to bringme Conference of the Toastmistress Get 15 Gallons Women were now exposed to goslav navy patrol boat. The Kessler Field. Worth,Fief'in Jr. Fess Parker, making an easy
good luck, especially on the Clubs will be held at the the same stresses as men. This yacht's next destination was not took his training at McDUl < character shift from Davy
Hospital ReportADMISSIONS greens ( I hope ). Tahiti Cove Congress Inn Sat. Of 'Moon' In Raid Of led to women experiencing the disclosed, but It was thought It Tampa and has been assign Crockett to Daniel Boone this

Wonder how many others feel urday and Sunday. Eight clubs selfsame harrowing life situations might cruise through the Kor. ed as an Air Force Air Traffic year, was nipped. on the neck
as I do about the loud and often are expected to come from the Home Of Man, 93 natl Archipelago of several nun. Specialist at Kessler, which is Wednesday by a bear rub. The
times ridiculous backgroundmusic southern part of Florida. BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) from which escape! became dred small Islands off Zadar. considered the Electronics Cen. scene Involved was one where
7--8-Dora Mlkell, John Jump, during T.V, pictures.For Activities for the weekend are Federal, state and Kern County compulsively necessary for an Informed sources said when ter of the Air Force. the Intrepid backwoodsman was
Eugene Peterson, David Johnson. Instance, a couple In a canoe. . planned as follows authorities raided the home of Increasing number who took to the visit to Yugoslavia was ar. "grinning down" staring
7-29-Nancy Cook, Judy Clay, you know he Is whispering pretty Saturday a.m. registration; 93year.old Otis Sledge Thur. drink. ranged, Mrs. Kennedy declinedto SYMPATHYFriends down the animal Instead of
Guy Sachse, Maeda Gundersen, nothings in her ear, but do we noon, luncheon; 1:30 p.m., pro. day to climax a three.month In. visit President Tito becauseshe of the Rufflns of Lake shooting It. The minor wound
O.E. Carroll, Riley Brack. hear any of it??? How can we, gram workshop- "Duties of New vestlgatlon. Freed says there was a timewhen still Is In mourning for her Kelly extend their sympathy to was treated, disguised with
7-SO-Helen Lelnweber, James with a 20-plece band blaring In Officer with Emphasis on Files" They found 15 gallons of women had a natural horror husband and did not want to the family of Mr. Rufflnwhodled makeup and Parker kept on
Taylor, Helen Lemon,Jean Hitch. the background. It seems funny and Protocol" There will fol. moonshine corn whisky and 250 of alcnhol because their husbands give her visit any official char. Friday, working.

cock, June Harris, Lorraine Kel. to me, as the few times I was low an evaluation of both work. empty bottles often cam home drunk, or perhaps acter However, Tito sent his Mr. and Mrs.Fred Redenbaugh
ler. Lisa Bush, James EngUsh. out In a canoe all we had for shops. Then, there will be a ban. Sledge was jailed on a charge didn't come home at all. chief of protocol, Dr. Sloven of Lake Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Frankfurters need immerlnt
7.31-Joe C. Brewer, Yolanda music was the birds and squirrels quet at 8:30 p.m. with the pro. of selling and possessing Illegal Smodlaka, to Zadar to welcome Harold Houchin spent last week. rather than boiling, in the home
Gallegos. along the bank. gram "Toastmistress Club In whisky Rut today they were claming'for Mrs. Kennedy If she came end at Miami Beach. kitchen because they ate a fully
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84-\ Eleanor Parks, Corine Then there Is the one where Action." themselves this dubious pleasure,'ashore.SonInLaw. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myers, cooked masse,
Reeves, Dorothy Buster, Virgin. the jury has just returned to Sunday, there will be break. Don't allow cooked poultry to "They are now entering the Washington Avenue, have return.ed .
la George. give Its verdict-Thls what we fast, business and evaluation of stand around In I warm room. Bacchanalian arena as determined to Naples after spending their MAICOHearing
8-2-Margaret Scholtz, Roy F. have sat up half the night to hear, the conference. Refrigerate It! Of vacation with their daughter and
huihamlH ho
rivals of their
Curry, Jr., Juanlta Randolph. don't forget. So what do we hear? ... .. her family In New Port Rlchey Service
8-3-Ruby Osceola.LeonTreon, The Baby Elephant Walk, not In : -.-..--- --- -- ,, xays. f Churchill Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reden.
Joan Darbyshire,Paul Krachkow. muted tones, but doubled In T1rT 1i Freed also Nay Sooth/ Africa baugh, sons Kirby and Chris of Akin llillrrliM, Vnlcer.
ski, Annette Bulger.8.4Kenneth brass, and sounding as Ifltwere ____ _.___._ I rates one of the six countries. In Balls From Horse Palmetto Court, and Miss JoAnn I. K..ilh HmilU ftprlnn

Brundage,Martha out In FRONT of the jury The the world where alcoholism I* LONDON (AP) Christopher r Fatten of Naples were the Mon. P. O. U., Mi WY lUll'Is I
Blckford, Jerry Wlnebrenner. last but to my thinking the most ,
II. did not Soames 43 aon.ln.iaw of Sir
i Fresh Fruitby mont prevalent name ,
frustrating of all Is the desert Tasty Churchill
thrownoff
Winston was
DISCHARGES the other five
scene. Her lover has Just rid.
a horse today, knpcked un.
7.28-Jack Knlghton, Patricia den mUes to rescue her from Of South Africa's |16 millionpopulation serl.ously .
and
Miner and baby boy, Mildred i Gaynor'Maddox conscious apparently
the wicked tribesmen and as (all races) 100,000ire
injured.
Moorer and baby girl, John Ham. he tells of his undying love, Aff paper Enterprise Aun. convicted of rfrunki: >nn..XH! evrfyear. \ The husband of Mary Church.
Uton, TurnerCurtKayser wbat do we hear? A Johann
He there are now Ill, Sir Winston's youngest t
7.29- Marion Smith. Strauss waltz, played by a sym nay
7.30Judy Clay and baby boy phony orchestra. out In the Fresh fruit now In the market comblneirefreshingly 13,000! chronic alcoholics, In Ms daughter, Soames was taking
7.31-Nancy Cook and baby girl, middle of the Sahara Desert! with other foods to make delightful country and about 200,000 addir.tive time off from of his Cabinet post
fed minister agriculture to
Betty Hitchcock and baby boy, It's about on a par with the summer dishes. as
lrlnk-M. ride around a farm near Tuna
Elizabeth Seeley, .lisa Bush. Ken tells of the camel Maddox
story You'll these two examples.
enjoy HIM
James "ThI'III' figure l leave bridge Wells, 40 miles southeast
(UJames\ English, driver who came across a beat.
Taylor, Magda Gundersen, Eu. nlk-type, young fellow way out FRESH PINEAPPLE SHRIMP SALAD room for dolt 1 that ,HIT army of London.
gene Peterson, Helen Lemon. In the desert with the sun blazIng ((6 servings) "' alcoholic has grown MB Soames was taken uncon

8.2- Dora Mlkell,Riley Brack, down and him with only a Hi cups fresh pineapple ,4 cup mayonnaise enough tti limit our chancel of where sclous X to rays Pembury showed hospital he had,
Dorothy Buster and baby boy pair of swim trucks on. The wedges 1 teaspoon salt survival Industrial
an a
young suffered severe pelvic Injuries.
8-3- David Johnson, Helen Arab said: "What are you doing 2 cups chilled, cooked teaspoon ground black
later recovered
Soames con.
must nerve as a
country, They
Lelnweber, Virginia GeorgeCor. out here In your bathing suit? shrimp, peeled and pepper
Ine Reeves, Juanita Randolph, G. Don't you know there ain't no detelned Head lettuce warning to our nodal planners," sdousness and arrangements
made to transfer him to
E. Carroll Mayroe Potter, Yo. water for miles???Said heYeah, 1 cup diced celery Fresh parsley nay Freed. the were Royal Orthopedic HospitalIn
landa Gallegos John Jump,Elea. there ain't much wa.
Dad, I know mayonnaise salt and
Combine pineapple shrimp celery, Middlesex.
Parks and baby boy.
nor ter BUT DIG THIS BEACHI"!
ground black pepper. Toss lightly and serve on lettuce Fresh, membrane-free orange Soames, a former army cap.
M-Kenneth Brundage Phillip do
they
Seriously now why
leaves. Garnish with fresh parsley. sections make a delightful lain, has been In the Consem.tlve Your
Irma Bucklln.
Savage, use all the loud background nol.
of
cantaloupe party Cabinet Prime
partnerO.honeydew *
that FRESH STRAWBERRY SAUCE
sea In a picture means
balls to serve a* a dtttcrt or a Ministers Harold Macmlllan and
BIRTHS nothing U we can't hear what ((14 cups) Garden i
Sir Alee Home sinceIttO.
there's fruit Douglas
7-29-Mr. and Mrs.Bobby Clay,, the people are saying? Do you 2 cups ((1 pint) fresh l/4 teaspoon pure vanilla first course. If /
baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. DeU Ed. ? sherbet in the freezer, you may
ward Cook, baby girl. know Just came from a swim In strawberries 1 teaspoon extract fresh lemon want to add a small ball of this, He married Mary Churchill Too Big For Your Lot?
refreshing ice to the orantt and I 1847. They have three sons and
7.3CUMr. and Mrs. John Frank the pool and noticed that the '/4 cup sugar Juice
daughters.
two
Hitchcock, baby boy. office and recreation hall are melon servini.
64-Mr.\ and Mrs.AndyBuster Wash strawberries, remove caps and drain. Mash berries
,, painted and more win.
baby boy; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis being dews added. Add sugar pure vanilla extract and lemon juice Chill. w_ this yw ..IwM w. the e.e sew

WlUard Parks, baby boy. I understand there were some Serve over cake or use as a topping for ice cream, custard .1 1MoItet" is ...... 'le' eel. ez- wl
and Mrs. Philip Vernon puddings and desserts of other fruits. NAPLES .
4-Ur.
nice\ catches of reds and snook FLY IIOOI IXTINJtON. The' *. ire tpetIfI&an,
Derbyshire, baby girl. brought In today, also that the
Stevens, son and grandson, are I MIAMI ... .... MiMlm*I..Neuhwl.. .. Yoe ........

Reindeer are herded for. here but DO one has given me any ,_pelt WIN ..ny| Is.. "r.vUIni If 1M PlHI

milk in Lapland. names so will have to wait until BurgerPalace New Year Round Daily Schedule IXTINJIONWrtM .....11.....'.' .........
next week for the names, etc. ftINI
After reading the headlinesIn W Iw ... ......
the paper this morning, and Naples To Miami

Watch for Just now watching the meeting 7.45 AM. 11.30, A.M. 3.45 PM.:
of the United Nations I was be.

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when I picked up a magazine ,ii. 900 A.M. 2,15 P.M. 5:00: P.M.
A and saw a cartoon that put me EAST NAPLESON .

right back on top again. It was THE TRAIL CeMtrtUM aM RtMrvstUM, u air ,.!.< !I. the wend
picture of a man at the break.
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BOYS In her hand, pats the old boy Where the Coffee is Jed THE FINEST' City Ticket ./flc. Naples l Trace J Aftxy-. Cer *r. 01 Ml YOU tau IIALTM
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i'i\i" BRUCE BIOSSAT

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1964 Washington Correspondent

Aisn. II
Newspaper Enterprise III

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I'A MessagFrom A Guy Named GeorgeThe
CHICAGO-NEA-Important( ) elements of the white backlash
seem not to be well understood. Inquiries in this great
urban melting bring them Into sharper locus.
iA pot
( following appeared In The Atchison !- no beginner. Maybe I'm not as famous It Is nearly Impossible to exaggerate the signiticsnce that

(Kans.) Daily Globe. We think it as Khrushchev But if It hadn't been immigrant ethnic groups among whom the backlash 11
free and dear in a solid
worth strong attach to owning a home ,
repeating here.) for me, you'd never have heard of him. stable neighborhood.

Dear Fellow Citizen: That goes for Mussolini, Stalin and Hitler, home ownership II not sought II a status symbol in the

My name Is George. I'm an all- too I was busy making It happen. And shallow. italian social German sense we or employ other European today To, It the I. a ImmigrantPole. mark of

around handy-man and I'd like you to the big-time racketeers In the United economic Independence equated with the achievement of

feel free to use my services for any and States, and those who pull the strings personal '

all chores, errands and duties which youmay behind the scenes to make things work It is the 'dream unfulfilled in Europe but realized In

be too busy to perform. Anytime the way they want them to work. You America
there's something that needs doing andyou'd them 1\ THE BIG INDUSTRIAL CITIES, the Polish or Italian'sfamily
and without
I name me, those fellows castle. Misleading plain exteriors
home is its
truly
rather not get involved, you just would be nothing. Why do I want y / often conceal costly interior Improvements. Sons marry and

I let old George do it. to run errands for you when I'm the the newlyweds live with parents until they can find a home

I'll write to your congressman for guy who Is really behind all these big within a few is doors or blocks to of these the family people place.than;, to look
Nothing more stunning up
I you better still I'll pick him for you. wheels? Don't you see, I lust get a kick and see "outsiders" moving into the neighborhood.

I'lialso write your newspaper editor or out of picking presidents, school boards, I Nor are their frowns reserved for Negroes alone. Ethnic

serve on the school board In your place.In running unions, establishments, countries ', groups In U.S. cities are notoriously clannish of
Charles Percy. GOP nominee for governor Illinois was
fact, I'll do anything you're too tired, and counties. All these things you astonished to learn that Chicago has 78 separate German

too preoccupied or too afraid to do. With used to do before you took up chasing ; language organizations

me around, you can be as lazy and as dollars, total security, golf balls and o/y ..., Says a University of Chicago political scientist: "These
:"" people don't understand what integration is all about. To
'
self-satisfied
like. .
as you You can Just things. many if not most segregation is a way of life. They like to
have fun and let the future be hanged.The Don't feel like you're imposing -' : : live unto themselves. apart not only from Negroes but from

more the merrier, I always say. My because I'm be of all others
glad to service. In
...,... ...,.
In fact while each national minority puts Negroes at the
services available all the
are to you for Helping you, I'm helping myself, you '.Jj ; ; J, low end of the scale as most lacking in education and good
tedious, time-consuming things which see. How do you think I was able to 1-i; habits the so-called Appalachian whites are placed next I

you'd rather duck doing. take and run a third of the world already lowest 1
These folk fleeing the poverty of the Middle Atlantic and
You haven't let
time to vote so
? Because else wanted
nobody to Southern highlands pour into Chicago steadily. The minorities -
George do it. And certainly you don't'Yant bother. Oh, perhaps a few did, of take alarm when they hear horror stories about poor j

to bother with all those messy pre. course, but It was easy to namecall them whites ripping out moldings and other house fittings to burn
cinct that and ,t :\ : as firewood.
meetings pick people get back to oblivion and get the "leaders"to I

out the vote. George will be glad to listen to me instead. After all, who IT IS FEAR OF TIIESE THINGS that leads these nationality -
take for There is ; groups to resist the encroachment of the poorer city
over you. certainly no picked the leaders? Since you didn't The Best of BoyleBY LETTERS dwellers including hill country whites, Negroes, Puerto
need for you to concern yourself with want to bother and said: "Let George : W;> Ricans and Mexicans.

attending union meetings or helping do it I" I did. Now I'm taking over a lot HAL BOYLE To TheEDITOR"=r : i The minorities loudly oppose urban renewal, not as a
over the growth of federal power, but as
shape policy or attending business 7/ Homeowners
more cities and counties in the United who see slum clearance scattering Negroes and
meetings. You don't want to bother with States and I figure It's lust a matter of others in a wide arc and leading them to push into better and
"From Here to
NEW YORK AP Eternity"brought
all those ( ) Young
and stable ,
committee assignments more areas.Sociologists
extra time until I'll have the whole II him second Oscar HISTORIAN REPORTS
country man, you want to storm the a ,
responsibilities. You lust let old tales of Hollywood now is and he has been nominated for used to hall close-knit ethnic: groups is contributing
In pocket. I want to thank for your
my you to stability and Order In cities.
heavily our
George tend to them. And certainly time to march an Academy Award six other Editor, Collier County News: Today
you making this possible. Remember now, "Young people are welcomenow times. He is a painstaking I am on a train headed for these societies loom as fortresses trying to gird against a
don't want to take a stand on anything if there is ever any way in which I can because everybody real. craftsman and his total output Switzerland. Up until now I rising tide of Negro and other "outsiders."
controversial It might slow down your be of lies we must have new blood" is small fewer than 20 major have had good luck in research Obviously these fortresses were erected originally with
help I'm service. You have
at your aid veteran producer-director productions. work. good purpose. The question now is how to cope with them in
social
climbing or lose you a fivecentsale fun and don't worry about a thing, for Fred Zlnneman. "Everybody works in his own This past week I found some an age which sees a fairly shapeless mass of urban Negroes

Let George do those things. I'll even do your worrying, toolSincerely "Talent Is the thing. If you way," he said almost apologetl. original archives. ,printed in 1735, making a tremendous push toward higher levels.
Now, you ask, why should you leave have talent, you are very much cally. "It has nothing to do with puDiisnea ny an nistonan. i got
important lobs to needed. If not, you might as quality. I Just happen to work about 200 pages of these printed .
somebody you've never slow It takes in "reale olde English. TIll aiiiHHiiii said the
GeorgeP.S. well beat your head against a me a long time to I
met? Well, that's a reasonable question I'll bill later wall." find a good story. I have to feel Have been looking through them people queen mother, 40, had l Iwon rim.
so, let me put your mind at ease. I'm you There was no welcome mat I am in love with it, or else I and many of the accounts reallyare fined to bed, hut that her tern.IxMMture .
out for Zlnneman, when he can't tell it well. comical, since there was so in th e ; returned to noi'nial
came to the film colony from Fred feels the Industry's fu. much superstition in those days. ThmsilJU,
Vienna, Austria, after he aban. ture is bright and says that a However, I find that much of it t 1 news,
doned earlier plans to become good picture now "but It has does not make pleasant reading, I KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) -
either a concert violinist or a to be really good" can make which probably explains why the LOS- ANGELES (AP) Roy Nepal's ambassador: to tin- Unit.
lawyer. more money than ever before material has been disregarded all RO ed States M.P. Kolral.1 has re,
othel1s PJ! klnll. or llollywolsI l
s'ay I ITEMS, CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS "When 1 first set foot In Los "We have advanced a great these years.There ,cll\vflO]' mtr.t""ih surged' slgIWIl.h '9.r JJ:1.\o.uij.u.'It\ : ,..
Angeles," he recalled, "there deal. When I started, they used is so much intrigue/ TI'' ir1 fa'TI/ 'r\I fused Yt'''';il'' I dtvf.ttsbtyl.Tk ;.;JIlOIIIfIl"m \
was still an obsolete ordinancein to say we were making pictures so many assassinations and atro. U'brae In his neck. Mon,' "11:1: loI1I1t
effect making it illegal to for an audience whose average cities, that it sounds like an account The 2-vcar.nM actor,sliwr only that Klnff Maheiiilra" hall
shoot rabbits from the rear plat. mental age was only 12 yean. of some Insane idiots on was reported in satisfactory accepted Kolrala'N resignation':
form of street cars. Well," he grinned and added: "I the rampage-especially the condition today effective Aug. 18.
"It was very hard to becomea think now the average age is 18 treatment meted out by the Span. Rogers' wife, actress D.ilo
director then. Everything was or up." lards to our original Calusa In. Evans, said the channeled. The big studios But like many old-timers diana, or to their fellow explor. oped about 10 tears alter Burton has set. a retold. HP'S
weren't taking chances on Fred thinks the stars of yester. ers.Got Rogers fell from a lioise.ago played '.lIaml,.. more times In
young people. year were more glamorous than quite a few things this New York than any other actor
"It's completely changed now. those of today trip, including an English map ATHENS (AP)-Queon Moth. Burton's pcrformani Thursday .
There is no central authority, no "They were remote and ro. printed in 1832, and a few books -r Frederlka<< of Greece has re. << night ut the LUllt.Fontanne
r front office anymore Every. mantle," he said. "Now they get :from 1810 that mention Florida. covered from a high lever Theater was his I33rcl, one more
thing is more wide open." too close to the people Also a set of excellent etchings caused! b)' a virus Infection, the than the 1930,47 run of Sir John
Zlnneman started as an extra "They want to seem just like i printed in 1855 showing the kings royal palace announced today. Glelgud In the rolo.Remarks.

and also worked as a script I the boy or girl next door That' 'of Spain. ., '" .,,' , ,...
clerk a mistake. People don't eo to Secured several good repro. -.', .----
r Although he won an Academy the movies to see the boy or girl ductlon maps. These are clever
Award in 1938 for a film short, next door. copies which lately are being H
it wasn't until he made "The Fred said that in film making turned out in Paris. One must
i Search" in 1948 that his directorial he Isn't particularly trying to take a real close lock to tell
genius was fully recog. prove anything to anyone."I the copies from the originals.
azed-lll years after he arrivedin am too old and too con. They are of Florida and cost
Hollywood with high hopes fused to define the meaning of quite a bit, but I understandthey ;t.
and empty pockets. life," he remarked. "Life has are selling them as genuine
His hopes are still as hlghbuthis too many meanings and too old maps to American tourists.
pockets are no longer emp. many levels Believe I wrote an article on .
ty. Today, the slender, grizzle "Nor can I put my philosophy this matter for our historical st>.
haired, 57.year.old director is Into words. I try to put it into rles. (He did and it was publish A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS
regarded as one of the half-doz. my pictures. Essentially, I sup. ed Just recently.)
en or so master magicians of pose It is this: A man has to live The archives mentioned above + Dave Jones Jr. member of the
r screen drama-sensitivepoetic, up to his convictions In this mention several fellows who sail Florida Real Estate
imaginative. world -or be lost.. ed to America before Columbus. Commission from
L This is the first tangible proofI Napoli postcards from Poland that
/ mutt be getting ,Wt MilS Fimtcr. I've been len'ousfy " he has
have of this. Some logged 1
contemplating replacing you with a machine." ',:" ,,,,,,, wanted to know where I readers got my and Russia 4,000 is now miles in Poland
enroute to the
information and
all I could
-Tht NttloBtl ObwrvtrNorth say
at the time was that I read It Eternal City We can certify that
mmmmABAS.ACt.'tM'I in a museum document last year. Rome is a grand place to visit
N I did not then have photostats
Government of Laws WoodsThe ACROSS 29. College' In A t. R MALE 5 iii Ii... of the material.I + Phil Harris manager of Edge-
have received a letter from water
Beach
Senator Richard B. Russell has now Job of keeping this nation' 1, Excuse 30 Cedar, Black Rapids C A L. SAW .5! O T a person who is doing researchin apts. says a restau-

joined Senator Allen J. Ellender and treat forest from going the way of Ii, Salty cuckoo .!!. .E.r.. !R R E V E R t. Collier County. He has a rant and cocktail lounge are in the
Senator J. W Fulbright in caUing on his the passenger pigeon 1* a formidable and solution 31 'The Iall' A L. t V AT. RAM I E very rare bone knife with an. future picture there.
fellow Southerner to avoid violence an endless one. But recent event 12 store 1'111. "lIlal TED SIC I 11"4 I G. dent carvings. The finder thinks
and to live with the lul 32 U\'e It is Calusa ao 1 have asked him ON THE BOOZE BEAT
new civil right brought : The
some encouragement. Old Cove
..
19. Remote : D p ERA N I 5 to send
me a photo.
law of the law of land. 33 tulIlCI bird offers
a* part the President Johnson a grand view of
Hi* revulsion against the hideous killingof has directed the planet 35, Put In a L. 0 A F R E L. I ANT Regards to members of the the bay from
Lemuel A Penn on a Georgia highway National Fark Sen'Ice to prepare plan 14 Subuuy Ilorlljtt bin 0 A F" L 0 DeS T A R Collier County Historical So. its Island Hut eee Is "Scotty" still
. doe him credit his for a national redwood park In California tollgate 37 tale clety. making folks
a* I man; 0 R T' ADO t t L. 5 happy at the Golfing
deference to the rule of law doe credit -a step which it carried forward 15, 'uII.hrr. 39 Press for Kurt GrlesshaberEn Buccaneer with his
to bun as a legislator. could save for future generation tome nl'\k' p"rnlclII SOLUTION 0' YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE route to Switzerland If local piano & songs ? . .
Because he was the leader of the enable portion of the magnificent forests 16 Slnllle 40. Scarcity of (EDITOR'S NOTE Grlessha. bartenders ever hold a golf
Southern fight against the civil right which once stretched over two million 18. Alcoholic food DOW: 6 Total ber is the author and illustrator tourney, George Elrod of the Beach
law and because, a* he put it, "it 1 I. the drink U Fumed! 1. Simpleton 7 Sandarac of the series of historical artl. Club Hotel should be
acre along the Pacific Coast from 19 ofT Pollitt! des an odds-on favorite
understatement of the year to lay that Cambering :2 i Building tree published in The News each
I do not like this statute," his statementcan Oregon to California. of a storm arches site 8. Gull family' Sunday.) to win . But in the gin
hardly fail to have pecial impact. Everyone who his ever stood in a 23 Placard 48. To rrrr 3, Sun of Btl.i 9 lIoalllt' rummy department, it's Louie Hanna

"Violence and law violation will only grove of these giant will Join the 26. T"llIed from knoll 4 ndrrnralh 10 Plllwn by a country mile. . Jn r.1A"Y "...,
cloth 49. Niche
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compound difflcultie and Increaseour 5 Puilflc pan 101..101..101..11I..11I..11I..101..101..101..101..101. -
our President we suspect, In his hope that
troubles" he said in a speech to his 27.Cutnrrn lOlIlndrr! theology| pOlnl T'T'T'T'TTTTTTTCOLLIER pours at The Captain's Cabineone: I
fellow Georgian . Our 1* a government there tree can be preserved a* living 17 Crowing of Nick's many places.
of l.wA. not of men and our system cathedial" It will cost money Rut I I J S jO II out COUNTY NEWS
cannot tolerate the philosophy that It would be a tragedy If all of these luler II" POLITICAL PALAVER
MICHAEL CHANCE. Edit-Publlther : A former
obedience to law rest upon the personal great tree were to be cut up for bACk. I" t I' tack THOMAS HAY CR. Attoeiate, Editor, newspaper publisher
like dislikes : 20 r\'lIda now living In
or of Individual citizen
any yard picnic table. MARSHALL WYATT Ad*. Manaa :
whether he support or oppose the We noted too that the United If/ 0 "j 2t ALBERT OPOLKA Mint Supt. Naples says Sen. McCarthy of Minn. $,
statute in question Nations recently concluded a world. I'rstdeloce DAVID HERMANSON. Clr, Director will wind up being second !
Senators Rum-ell Ellender and Ful wide conference on the possibilities of 0 / / '. 11 0 14 22 slagmhcent: MRS. LOUISE. DAUB. Office, Mgr the ticket with Pres. man on
bright han rendered t service not aloneto the eucalyptus tree an a future source 24. Peens enhH Johnson. By
their region but to the whole Nation. of lumber and pulp. Though native to 11 I.lI 11 0 IJ 'of IS horns end Pubbah.d S.turda' duly:: 'tI,ssc.pt I: 'noon Mend.y by golly, he may Just be right.

Their word will help! we hope to calm Australia and Tasmania these versatile h IT I' lP 25 Ceereniendyp Necenliv the..Cellar 711 TwNhhYens"foenty ,"t'tt.a.:: ;: Don Jones has been showing GOP I
the turbulence stirred by the demagogy tree have been successfully grownin / ; 28 pi... FIe 111140. Mall add,... ,P. O. senatorial candidate t I
of the South' Ross Barnttt and a variety of climate, from dry JI Jl H. Iartlnl bo* PIT.Telephone. Claude Kirk
George Wallaces. They will serve to plain to humid jungle The largest decorator Midway t,J107 for ell around the area. Kirk will oppose
remind Southerner that they are responsible hardwood known ome specie In tome n J. 34 36SIlh dep.rtm.nta.Subecript.ae a a a Sen. Spessard Holland in November
0.IJ 38, i iDon't
member of a self-governing locution reportedly grow from seed to Spllrl'l Rate.y .
society-committed to observance of Its 23 feet In a tingle" year. .., JI n+': corrlor or mall' p.yble In
: / r IJ" 0 . favor of dvonco.. + forget the All Stars-
democratically determined law. Most Forestry expert rep"rl Important of all they will reawaken the the eucalyptus ai I pofntui answer f' fl ., of, ff.S f. 41.1tatare Throe On. Months Year SIS SJ.7S.Six Months $750. Chicago Bears grid game tonight.
darker parts of the South-where, it to the worldwide wool shortage Per U En" later Mombor of Th. Attoclatod Pr.... Incidentally if
appear, violence has gone on behind a hup development of this source might 41 f4 U Ihccl\'t! "which I* ontitlod onclutivoly' to the anybody hasa ;
uto for ropubhcalion of oil local' kid who boot
U I soda can extra
cloak
of recollection
concealment ease the pressure too, for thnbrring-nIT news dams printed In this paper. as point. say
that/It hal a tradition of decency which" the evergreen forests) In Minnesota' 14' I" one wall as all AP now ......t.h... about 99# perfect, please horsewhip

II, latiore.it /.nQt ,Uo'X .any of, |It*. Uu'pa .toy nJlribIoudl country,-Th, r.ljlUltnpoh'| _.._ .6" Ger.Pa .Entered Pott Offico at second at Hopis cl... matter Florida.under at. the rascal if he doesn't report to
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House Plus Remodeling Can Be Good "' Buy. I Illusions Can GaES. 'Q ji, g q MEIA.irg; > g i.r I



By VIVIAN BROWNAP bi Add UtilityTo
tation and "imll'I..kt sun
Newtfeotures Writerslow
you can remove walls. Sonic old
I tan you estimate: the cast: of remodeling: an old houses are built in verodd a Room :
h \u_", tUt g t.ould-be ;
fashion
buyer and it may lake un epert \- jti
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She and her husband have found a wonderful old to "predict where studs and Any room in your newhome

house, "a terrific girders may be found. can be given a novel
buy MI good, in flit: thin they HOME
onder whether there \n ess)' type of hours "> remodel & GARDEN look by the simple process of
u w earth l to it, The plan to re- Is a plank spa built,,
model I it. .1.' pariitular making having one *'all covered witha
without studs walls mat bi re-
ome munw larger, nut hook from mo\ed windows and Jan art f.t I different pattern or material

a few needed repairs, ".. .corns outmde of the house. It in often in them door made than the other thicc
or
sound aa a dollar" u> the lady hard.. lu detect (emmet if they openings Friday August 7, 19(4 COLLIER ( Ol'SnSEWS 5Here's
But her husband wider to nun the (met of II new And sometimes the optical IIluiion -
Cast wary enter in wood "piling of the owner can b* very uiefu 01

eye on the ", h,ile deal she "'*is, house hull inlo the "roll and After all estimates lor large On. of the mOlt versatile fin-
and she HowSbades
wnndem it there ieild that! IN often the spot thai *itraeU repairs are exaluuled, the \cnlui lining materials now on the market d
be III\Y' hidden proble-ms mm them. II hardboard paneling for 1'a
may still be "a good bu> Some ,
would he an expensive h. nmrdvthat and interior There are ao different ..
Plumbing heating systems many "

he would blame her for getting should' bo checked careful !) house people cheap would than rather g<> Ihr unload,ugh the a To Let in Light surface treatments readily.callable PORCH 1 '. "i4, Vs
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him into the that getting the d CO*
pmjctl.Whenevtrpinisihle.il I.
espeeialK if the house is "large, muli.ms .frel\illllo ilhfl,.n" Huv!!
rating effect you want becomes + ah a') T wRe
is a gisid Open faucets al each >.nk. 'let sell a aIla
of
ii mere matter selection.
Idea to consul v |c" "''''''''. If ling hem run simulluneiHisU Ii wr I
you are ,c.lI.hl..n tin house, wider gushes out, plumbing ispruhahh Surface InterplayIf I 'S' IIj Zc
decide to panel an entire ''KITCH
they tan give the you j 1 __ 71II
you atsuriinet.you m good'' "", Jlliun. If rum .Kith lay warm rich wood. "
require if ,it eheeks at. If .u mere trickle tonics out the v grained rmuhed hardboard there l I

|the house' .isn't right employing' pipe prormhl are torrouVJ, HANDYMAN .ii no ro.urn not to introduce a -I---- mt

their tenkcu will pane lo have I hilt' tint') a prdmunvrv lest, decorate mtrrrit' through the HALF 1sl
hem a gisid investment. If the house passes its UsU CENTER interplay of elated surfaces :t of : on c I

Areas in purtuulur thai pines should mill hi more ( y Starting with any one of the

ohoulil hit ihciked arc: Ihur'OUthlhk.d hy an ckprrt wide choice of wood-grain fin 1

Kim) A ".,r in, had shapetan there are other aspects til| the A GARDEN POND then. three walls of the room CARPORT II IV
be ,..ndonl'auo"ed. while' f'
run into house Ii' CAt I'I
repair rmnry. Indications to investigate whether BEORooJ
Nothing; la lovelier than a \file (..uith could bill unpatterefli'dOKI LIVING ROOM
of a had roof are often there is a septic tank and' an garden pond with water Ilile eYne -' r k g'f I t I for the graining JOii

found hy clamming he( eunihlion efficient healing. plant. limiting on the surface and co U n'r Hood-Him.k KfrrlSunilir : I 11.11 ,

of wells und ceilings nn And make sure there I in a lorful flowers surrounding it mbmationi with pie* .. .... -

upper IIM| "". I urthcr investigation r..un.l..tun.IIlfful buyer relates Gardeners at the Thor Cen uuhcd wood Drained findhed I I 4t FRONT rig .etI )1

should he niiiUu hy gelling that in buving, a country ter for Better Livinghave ug- lay Ill i, dt" 11 >t panels .possible by --

right up on the rool, house he just neiurelly! took for (tested an extremely simple and r using! pantli on one wall that 'f1t

termites: minim people sell granted it had a foundation. He Inexpensive way for anyone to avt. been noted for a rectanguu PKilM" 11 I IN | house have a small garden pond In his' tlock, effect, And wood. ttla
a cheap after they discover inspected it with a fire tooth yard with of II\rUII d.>s-iie( <1 IH tin Rriner. 1000 '1 mlstreet ,
I g nn 'u -hid panels pertoatl -
Irmules.Onephace lo look tomb hough the house and discovered Secret to thla pond la any ,ni lire another alternative \nrth. s f Pi-trrshurp, Fli., 11710. CUwHt I t nri>*impl le. ITa

for signs is in the lellat.' (Butt how stupid he had been, old bathtub! Old: bathtubs are Ihete |H Isn't foolproof.) I hi re you the tosiof a foundation did up readily available from junkyards wall for hanging toola.y. .
Ally' find si ns on Inundation Ihe price lonNideranlv and aetond hand fuiniturextcirea s "I. acccmiorles in kitchen minimum of si1| .> wlnilnw me:ins .prlvnv from i .losflniirlirtiluTs It

malls thai tesemhle strips ol, It's a good .idea tier, .if ihr 'laundry, playroom or bedroom The I'.shipr" work i inint<>r III the Vltrhcn .IsMinvriilciit

puny, if mute's urn present.Ihesc house needs to he remodeled ?ice the perforationi art sized for lii'lonr. piling mil ,'..III1 on .the ii.rf'nwMnPIT 'I'n
iiiuv hi found 'l I.. call in md spaced to accept itandard
ion on the a carpenter for consul-. 'I'.t
licks and shelf bracked h.101',1'" roam Is himh U.th for kitchen uml cirili-n.:

Pen rated panels with other I'lni IIMIHniililiis'' I llfi/ ''111:11': fi-M nf MvliiR ..".If....

pre-On;.hid or unfinished' surfaces
I Each Room Has Two Corners ,ylTi"i tin tame double-duty Midsummer I'
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accent .a decoration and at u "
ful hanging itorag space.

-- One new hardboard panel de- I No Time to Orphan Roses I Jf
ngn makes it simple to treat a n
.11\ )f C 'K 1 I WI't' wamic.it because It Includes two

tea,, patterns In one The lower part Growing rtwa (la. a lot like raining" children. They're nice I
By VIVIAN BROWNAP Ii plain, while the upper la perforated to hnve. ami when you've done a good job. It ahows, andeverylKMly "
Nwsfotus Writer and the whole 4 by.(.foot admires your handiwork. But you have to keepan

We are living in an age of windows all tvpcs ">. s panel la,, scored vertically In a incmiiorwl eye on them-eupwlally in : immer. when ,1a
randum width I': :
plank pattern .* wrong kind of company ran lead to their
and ihapei. But how to dress them the question '
par (.on. ... Storage Hom'i are as hardy as they are .beautiful, and they U flour- .'
licularly when windows form the "L" of a room or go In one decorator scheme fora rah alnumt l anywhere' hut they have enemies that can turn

Before Installing the tub In around a corner. Curtains are likely to look too heavy study, this paneling Will used them into lulls l limp Iniahea I in abort order. It'a not hard

your backyard you'I U want to and confining: in warm weather We want all the light we across one wall, ai C\'llInll.h1Ilh work ai ninth aa know-how that will insure a healthy, hardy b
remove all the hardware. Seal chwct doors concealing shallow rum garden this Bummer and summers to come.
the drain overflow drain and can get end the chance to shutit storage shelves fur books, maga- To help| you grow better" ,....... the National l Sprayer and "
hole left from hardware removal out when we want I to. lines records, high.fl equipment Uuntpr AuMHiution; advorate* the following I'

A small can of plastic All aorta of blinds are available ing print of pink, red and! the a television let game equipmentand preventive plan, which will DOWN FROM ABOVE

cement will make a permanent and selection depends on fawn color to lie the decorative oddments Again utility and give you reaulta with' minimum i care 01

seal to prevent leakage of water the effect one want achieve., scheme in a pretty package unusual Interior styling mad a Oiu-e-a-wet.k watering ia needed

one you've Installed It In the Decorator achieve dramatic effects In another building at the Pair, happy combinati for healthy plantsVVrda .

!ground with senea of nhutters.Matehatick Emily Mulino used three brilliant For a stronger contrast of wall \ romM-t| for and nutrients, IIn

Paint the tub Interior light blinds are populor orange and pink designs, on white coverings, hardboard manufacturers moisture and aunlight I: A good weedpreventive
blue with a waterproof paint. A handsome solution be utter other varied surfacesto U miilihing, which conarrvra -
may shade" for a great splash of
Neatness doean count becausestreaks add Interest to boxy roo.ni noil miniature and statnliit
found in window shades !that can color in a dm that would be great
will add to the soil tfmn'ratureInsmt ,
only There are ribbed or striated patterns |
solve architectural bottlenecks.For -even if It were the only color in and diaens.-s takea
background for the water and basket weave designs, textures !Ioesle ran
t *AnwiiulssI plants example, interior designer. the room. Miss Malmo a vibrant resembling beading, and heavy toll In the garden overnight, .

Jf Measure the tub and diga Ruth Adams used a aeries of interesting personality he rue If, loves to even corrugated panels l both hut modern all /purr

hole slightly larger and deeperIn window shades compl ,work with gay colors and alwajf plain and perforated diisl' ran dt-nl with them r''gevlively'

the spot, you have selectedfor wly around a corner with the pull. off lit* accent hendaoniar'ly. A wall rf conlouicfl hardbovd if applied'' regularly, I' J
the pond added complication of a door that' Kith the orange and pink she resembling closed louvers, aug- Incline rtmillir wi-eklf uprajrinK1 "Ofdusling.
Set ordinary house brick In war off the terrace The gold U..I' bronze-green rug that pole tested by an Interior designer alwnya to|>pin U read the --- -

the bottom of the hoi to servea window shades were trimmed up the aide of a banquette In for one wall of a living.dining lulH'l IN.for* using any I""clcle. IN fROM SIDE! I
urulnrside
a base and to help prevent with white, gold and' black braid front of the windowa. While room, was constructed by nailing Many .IH.II floiiriHh on the
toward the center
further sinking of the tub. and black fringe. Two rows of cushion and holsters. are at Inn hardboard panels directly to fr II-HVWI Inel
bricks and tub 'In the stud:. of the plant To conln.l them youneed
Level
place the same wide trimming edged seals in front of two of the win duster that will

Iv .., . i; :::. hole Use a plank across the tub with black fringe became a alum dn.... A black table top I* Striking mutton h 'lp you a sprayer gel complete or coverage, To
to check level' again. Be sure
;;; valance above the ahadea. The The iim room had another
o .. > f" a. belowground another contrast; at the third the e.|>rrU, this means a posxlo that
of tub
are slightly
lip striking nptlcal Illusion employ
braid trimming was used also in window ran Iw adjustwl to nut pentifides on
:
Hot'Mi HI I,: ilt]>! 'NflnuCTS: MMTOHS, ,Mr and MM.lrcll around a vertical line between each Hack and whit or a combination Ing for a hardboard product designed. Advanced the under mild of li-nvrs ai will aaon
Pill remaining space a special I application
shade reminiscent of a traditional It mrana an extension to
the
of trip
\' smith, 11.1\,1"\1111', (ddn'sty they hnve had more tub with a gravel' and sand mix two are used by many technique have produced hushea ao
bellpull Each had a black reach right into your rose
decorators
to temper brilliant
vKltnrs slim', hun l | rmiiid house to prevent cracking' during win perforated hardboard with square branch I
"I|! u In Mirth thin: they have tasael. that stemnil oov
ter freezes. An aluminum lawn (; either, aa accentor; a* background holes and with die-cut grill wok every ; thattitlivers
hid: In :10 \r\rt:\ prrvl'iiiH' re,lrlenie In the ,'ommllllll)'. The edging strip placed between the In the window corner near the for the accent In several geometric patterns. er wI.l And turbulence i It meana enough equipment! to swirl

hmise It blsei'led lv\ .1 ,pirtltlon on e.u'h of Its two floor, nn earth and outer edge of tub door and windows a round table One of these lacy designs war the or dust all through theDon't 1
thorp and sticking slightly aboveground picked up the color of the win- used as a floor.to.celling screenat airey;
Ire fmir rxmn e.11'1 h with Inn rnrner The Smltru say roliRlle.
will make a good edge dow treatment in a Javanese SPECIAL' TREATMENT the windows, and also as a wait for trouble to overwhelm ---
iiiixlmh whip .hn1ll'<4 mi lnterpst I Is velmnie tn come In aid" for finishing touches. divider between the areas of the .
your paisley tablecloth in tangerine, Carry on a pr* .1 I
CI 0 CA GO(A PI 1 he purchaseof your rowe UP FROM BELOW
.lick round., Line of dual-purpos* room. Each divider
Thor Tip edge pond black and white. Thia further enhance condominium ventiv control program lining the'
with a sand and rock border., the picture of the ahadea a apartmentqualifies was constructed of two I.by.2.foot proper equipment If you have onlya
the for
owner specialincome panels nailed to slender wood
Thin will help prevent lOll from hand or
aa parlor the decorative acheme. few liuiihM. use a sprayer
tan treatment according" frames which were left! exposed
dropping Into pond duster with an adjustable note!*
Two things to keep in mind
9- ON THE- to Commerce Clearing liaise, on the dining side. m..dlum-.i.ed
f and extension. For a
about shades.. are: Plan ahsdesaa
specialists in tan .law Whether for purely decorative roaa garden" a compresa l air sprayer
of the color "heme.Dun'I .
HOUSEAP ;: BUILT BETTER TRAP part room A condominium is an apartment efTect or for attractive utility, with a l'/4 to four gallon tank la
C r K \\' ('J IY Okla. (AP) J.K', give the impression that building in which each dweller the many handsome new faces moat popular\ For a larger garden,

Pewther built a better gopher they are there merely to darken owns his own apartment space of hardboard can contribute both use a rower sprayer of at (eat 10

tr ANDY UNOWlui's trap and' if the world didn't *>- the room. and proportionate share of the beauty and convenience to your gallons capacity.Itememher .
Newgfeaturcs aclh heat a I bath to his doorway,, The effective use of decorating underlying realty on which the cow home. And hardboard Is a : a grind: rule is to continue
his fame did spread through the with ahadea la observed in a building stands, natural choice for a fc*.lifting regular dusting and spraying
scheme devised! In older hone, partlcularly bugs and insect
Midwest, great many room project an whether you see
the made'l'Illl If the purchaaer ilemiie his
new on .
by good interior designers In recentyesrs. for do It'yourself crafts or not.
Pewlher diitised Inn! deduction h
improvedtrap on hat tax return, *
I'ROIIlT I r : \n aluminum toil presnuieicnniliw men
-It )eau ago. He sac killedin may deduct the inlerev' and real
for i.t ling und) pjiehing hold metallic' and! At the Pavilion of American
tape
a hunting accident in ((94(. estate uses which; he pay on MONUMENT TO VEGETABLE
nonnu'l.illic. rt'accn. Interiors at the World' Fait, a the Reathe[ Ads
sit hut his widow look oxer produc- libraty-gueat room designed by new apartment IIIRSCII1IORN, Germany < \PI [ Want .1 I
If h sell his residence and
non of the traps al Wichita. Karl Stemhauser has abides : Doe of the only vcgci i> I I I. sh
nil'1'ljl'FL'n'RI'I' K'S eases with wjier.und' ; that il conlain ...n. I ml yen a son. Robert laminated with within the required year huya In- ,,,mired with a monumeni iUn

('I AIM: Hull this Mrv will ii" no ac'ids. mined operation across' the black and whit the damask same primed fabric toa condominium, any gain on the ix..lalo. which I* commemi,,>Mil"fhire

mulct ,'r corrode imj has u waterproof state line lo>> Kim City and the the first residence will be taxable with a plaque thai ir.idi.
ee aa wallcovering to give the
11,11'.1Ih..1 ..IIh' um plan) now can produce 1,000 small only to the extent that the ssles 1u hit and lram.it. link TROPIGAS SALUTES:
illusion of
room an more
surface; Hut 'u can be used fa fillPROrXTT.' ; .\ sharpening traps a week spsce. price of the old residence ,m won brought to turopt I I.,i the

repairingUuk gutters 411,1' downspouts "disc' aiiuihnieiil" for portable The firm sold 2.UOO t.p.lul In another apace, a set of more than the coat of the n<-won everlasting, benefit of (he POOl or

settling hot our Jut lc. .. and sell *, the. Potato
electric drills to enable I the home \r r *\\pecl to>> 70,000 shades is hung from the ceiling
repairing gurhugc Inns' patchinguuM Iijnd\man lo sharpen his own thin \etir.. ka* Cit\'s onlj to be used aa a room-divider Under special laws re, tnllv The potatoaiknowladgril ," a ""'II

boclie" and sealing air conditioning garden bola "", Jultn" still, is housed' in s when lovesests and sofas turn enacted, condominium owners in sluice of the Americas "aa

units; and tli.it il I" anexcellent garage workshop, where Robert the ares into sleeping quartersThese 32 states and Ihe District of known aa a staple in the Inlian, These are some of the more than forty dedicated
,'.1I reflecting ni.tUTi.il Pewther twUt steel wire intoa Columbia can be assessed for dl'hung. before white sisal rat
PIP \I\\U.XCTIRFR'S have intercstinghems outlined employees of Tropigaa who provide around the clock,
indoor jn.1 outdoors.Till CI.AIM, Thai this disc' fits any deadly! deuce. in a damask design property lanes. foot there. personalized gas service in Fort Myers, Naples, and

'* inch or larger portable electric The trap is especial) popularIn One set of shades in a living < Punta Ciorda.

ear drill, that when used foe nail which: pay bounties for room are th* bottom-up typilami.

sharpening" a rot\-i\pe power gophernd.. with an eye Id>> a sated with fawn-colored cordurov

PROIHCT: stain' r.-. mower blade, it lea\e sharp city market. Pew they adds 11 and trimmed with red fringe uaed TOR08 AUTOMATICSPRINKLER
both brukwcwk
nwner effedue house on. ants,Ih edge simply by following also ia effective against lawn al floor to ceiling windows Corduroy .

Of puini.THF. r.thanJthf original "blade level, moles la uaed as the wallcover
MvM'HCTl'R.R'SCI '
I and that it can be used for ing in two alcoves of the living
i; Thai thin product brickworkeauaed will\ sharpening the working edge of "Stop" Signs Mesa STOP room and as curtains with a tin SYSTEMr 1111
on
remove clams shovels, aaa, hurt, fork and
.. bv! paint ehalkmg down grass cullers, ITOKdr ITTOrWAUTOMATICAUTJ
from above and with equal) effectiveness
HOME &
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remove brown steno'
EVERYTHING ForGARDEN
on house paint canned by copper GARDEN .. asedsaw M. c. Power I. lira
screens IU""" ., etc.; thai, if THE PRODUCT A room M .... IC Wars .II ....

diluted, according la>> directions, divider kit for making diodes

it can be Hushed off house aur- with decorative hardboard grillwork -
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THF MANUFACTURER'S
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two basic part, an upper and alower

YOU NEED FOR'A of durable section silicon-impregnated containing Inserts I SUPPLIESPOWER .;comp\ffflYi 1Id "", ,,,.I

hsrdbosrd grillwork framed in ..,, .".' t. ...... I M Ml!toW/ Nell K. T hardwood .. Ir ban I* yeas II you.. |wvlc. Mw*.MltMf
moldings that the
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BETTERLAWN ; Mej divider are adjuatabl from II I "HiwinEnd's *
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9 to 99 inches in height" and either I MOWERS I tfrttlcMiy JrUfhrG -

L & II or 26 inches: wide; and that ....... 'yPIOi" ", ,,0/ ,.: 0. J ,

assembly la possible without
tool.. PLUS ESTIMATU, W* wiH b* (14 Hi check you. i> uMy TROPIGAS

*nd.u snatch > ywlarHe.ti* <<* JIMI.IColl -
GARDENat
WOMEN ARMING Sherwin-Williams PaintsAnd

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department store shop that Painter Supplies FORT MYERS a PUNTA GOftOA a NAPlES

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Corbin-Lindabury GARDEN CENTER compamedby subway! crime an has Inc,..bees.. In aal ac-. Sunshine Hardware EXPERIENCED PEOPLE HAVE PROVIDED OHIL'JUOUJ

of hatpin along a* fin, inch: *. Ml 2-3422
411 Ittlr 1 tiM! -740 Apparently women arc SERVICE THIS AREA FOR OVER 25 YEARS
preparingfor
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Gp intent under way In pro football In Philadelphia ,

l and IhoKt1 five now EaviU-s: (from k>fiv.111 | 0 a b
\ have a lot to do with It. They! are full. Casper For Lead e ;

p r bark Earl Ores i34i'. quarterback: !NormSncad

Roundup (20)). center Jim Klngo i84i. owner Of Western OpenCHICAGO

B; THE ASSOCIATED PREM I Jerry Wolnian: and coach Joe KuharUh

BTTM BICKER: Colts, the first pitcher to win 10 (AP) Chi Chi SPORTS

The biggest two week oi the games this year and who threat. ,4 Rodriguez the puckish Puerto

yeah ID the American LeiM'e' ned to be the last to win 11, R an whose continuous Jiliber

Start todn, and the New York has ended seven.week famine. ire I with the fallen hall been . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Yankees got nay for them In The hard-throwing right-hand. frouifrd upon, b\ main) ol his

leaving their bats In the rack er defeated the National $7v11 golfing colleagues, Ik bark at his

That should be bad news for League leading Philadelphia old tricks.This 6 COLLIER ('nCSTNEWS Friday August 7._Wt.
the Baltimore Orioles and the Phillies Thursday night, 21. means he still Is King
Chit ,4gu White Sox. "I couldn't help wondering If the poll\ parrot of the links and

The last time the Yankees did It would ever come," Farrell has returned to his storinggiooie. Buffalo Bills

that the' won five straight. ssld. There were 11 tries and 70,000 To See
And this time they pulled out six losses between victory No. ( For three. weeks I've been In To Meet NY Jets

the finale of a three.game set In 10 and 11.Farrell. a slump," he said after tIn?
Kansas City, 5.3, by using the who had a brilliant Bill Casper for the first round In Tampa SaturdayTAMPA

dusty) bat art that was dreamed 10.1 record on June 14, said he lead of the Western Open Bear All-Star AP) Veteran line,
b\ didn't think he was pressing at sevenunderpar (
up Manager Yogi Berra as a Wednesday with a ups will square off Saturday
slumj'-killer. any time and hadn't thought 64 at Tam O'Shanter. night as the Buffalo Bills and

The victory put the Yankees about a 20-vlctory season "I tied for 44th In the PGA. I the New York Jets collide In the

four percentage points ahead of Farrell has an 11.7 record now tied for 31st In the Insurance Game Tonight first preseason game for both
the Orioles, with the big series that the famine's ended, and City OIXJD. I was so bad In the American League footballteams.

coming up between the two has an outside chance to win 20. Canadian Open last week I CHICAGO (AP) Uncertain. .
clubs at Yankee Stadium to. But he'd have to reel off the vic didn't make the 34.hole cut. ty hangs over both rivals In the
time I ha. Two rookies will be In the
night. "All during this ,
lories as quickly as he did the 31st AU- tar football game
The thlrd.place White Sox first I 10. vent been criticized for being a which sends a team lit mourn. slatting lineups Oliver Dobbinsof

dropped IVs games back when trimmedthe frlendl fellow with the gal. Ing, the Chicago Bears, against Morgan State at defensive
\
they dropped a 5.2 derision to Farre1victory Phillies' edge to lib games Pony-Colt loop! Favored ... I just like people. Now a team sapped b>' Injuries, the halfback for the Bills, and Gerry
made :a good start In Phllblii of the University of Buf
the Detroit Tigers The Mlnne. that I've College All tar., In Soldier
San Fran. -
sota Twins edged the Boston over the second.place this tournament, they take a Field tonight falo at defense end for the Jets.
cia o Giants, who were not
Red Sox 6.3 on a fly ball that scheduled poke at me for too much tilk. The champion Bears of the Starting backfield on Jet of.
was lost In the sun, In the other Senior Little League Ing. But It'. been awfully\ quiet National Football League are fense will(0 Dick Wood at .
Cincinnati wal. "
Thlrd.place for three weeks
game pegged a two-touclidoun choicein quarterback, BUI Mathls and
The Orioles were Idle, along loped Milwaukee 9-3 with a 15. Chi Chi, a string 28-\'ear-old a contest that will draw an Don Maynaid at halfbacks, and
with the Senators Angels and hit attack and closed to within who amazes his followers with estimated 70,000 and be tele Mark Smnllnskl at fullback.\
Indians, four games of the top, Pitts 300.yard plus drives was among vised and broadcast nationally
burgh defeated the Los Angeles May De Dropped HereNaples 28 players cracking Tern's 33.38 (ABC beginning at 9 p.m., EST: The Bills will open with hatd.at
4.1 and St. Louis Cookie' Gllchrlst
running
By MIKE RATIIET Dodgers 71 'par He strung out five Fair and cool weather Is pred.
Dick Farrell of the Houston downed the Chicago Cubs 53. consecutive birdies during a Icted. fulllutk, Ra\ Carson and El.
first city In Floridato chief argument agalns\ It Is that organization here hopes that Naples dazzling front nine of 30 and belt DuI>f'II\OIl\ at the halves,
!
For the Bears the uncertaintyrests
undertake the Senior Little the transition from the 6Moot High School can resume came back In 34 to miss the and Jack Kemp at quatterbatk.
In what
League program, may be one of Little League diamond to the 90. baseball soon. U that was done, competitive course record b\ manner they may .
react under after a Both teams were due In Tarn.ia
tTh the first to abandon It, pressure
foot diamond is too big a gap ex-Llttle Leaguers could play bne stroke. Twice he failed to
blighted by the Came time U 8:15.
season
training
At recent Little |ia today.
a League meet for nearly all 13-year-olds to high school ball in the spring drop thnree-foot putts for eagles. of
auto crash deaths 13 days
ing, It was proposed that Senior handle In a year. and Legion ball In the summer, Casper welded 31.33 for his 64. teammates Willie Gallmore ago and
Little League be In fa
dropped Winters noted.
In the
Also Included stampede
L vor of a Pony.colt League pro. TRANSITION The president said problemsof John Farrlngton. :
against par were Julius Boros, The Bears dedicated thl'19G4 Minor League
gram The Naples Little Lea. Playing conditions grow up transition from Senior Little Jim Ferrier and Canadian have
cue board of directors schedu with the player In Pony League, League to Pony League should not George Knudson with 67. Na. season to both men

led to meet and vote on the pro. affording a smoother transition be too great. The only players tlonal Open champion Ken Veil For the 50-man collegiate All-Star TeamIs

posal September 8. Little Lea. from the small to the standard to be affected will be this year's tart and defending champion squad, the! uncertainty! Involvesthe

gue president Jack Winters says. diamond. If Pony League Is 13.year.olds, many of whom saw Arnle Palmer were In the 68 apparent loss of one of their Announced
The Senior Little League pro. adopted by the local Little only limited service In Senior prime threats, the! passing of
gram was devised In 1960 by national League, plans for aColt program League ball anyway. bracket British typed winner quarterback 'George Mir of Mi. ball.
Little League Tony Lema, seeking his fifth ami Fla. Mlra's relnjured went-four minor league
headquar.
would be coordinated with the Besides the Pony League ques ,
l I. \be
ters, and Naples and Fort Lauderdale summer American Legion base tlon, directors on September 8 tourney triumph of the year, throwing arm will \be a question players have been honored ) .
were the first two citiesIn ball program, which works with also will seriously consider was grouped at 70. mark until just before the! open Ing picked as members or alter.nates
Little
19G4
Florida to play Senior League boys In the 15.18 age group. adopting a 15-pUyer Uttle Ing whistle on the Naples
League all-star minors team.
ball Senior In 1961. 13 Winters said the Little League League roster. The present team Tie In Coach Otto Graham, fieldinghis The 10 all-stars :and eight al.
Leaguers ue through roster consists of boysbut vacations 3-Way has '
seventh All-Star team
let nates played during the re.
? ant IS years old and play onthestan.
and Illnesses make It
Af
two other capable quarterbacksin c"lIlly.cnmpll't''I1 l minor league
dard-slzed baseball diamond with difficult for some teams to field
Charley Finley'sBall California's Pete
Southern
Moorings PlayThe season
90-foot basepaths and 60"/i-foot
nine
players at times during the Bjathard! and Boston College'sJack AlUslais Include Billy Kll.

pitching distance. Pony League, Park season. Moorings golfing ladles Concannon. and Terry Ailck, who pla>.
Has !Cote
founded about 1950, Is not con. Each team's proposed 15play. Wednesday
poker handtourney for Morris
played a ed the Jets, Jiff ,
nected with national Uttle Lea. Winters explained But Mira was regarded the
er squad Win.
back nine.
using the Mike Moss and I Peto Winters,
gue. In Pony ball, 13 and M.year.olds A11 lan' best bet for ,
No Dull would consist of 12 regular play. a scam.
TimesKANSAS tiers were Perry Carr, renchyCochrun MOOM>: Chris Cooke, Malcolm
play on Intermediate ers and three boys on call from perlng, long-bombing game
Edwards a .
and Dahlln and Hamilton Naplt'll
Ginny Bijaii ,
sized diamonds with754ootbaset CITY (AP) the minors. These three boys breaker of the same pattern as .
Uordan llutchln.
paths and 52Joot pitching dis would minor ball 3-wity tie. Wisconsin's Ron VanderKelen, Millwork;
There's never a dull momentout play league un. Last week's winner In low son and Mark St-ntovitli, Car
tances. Ill of them need who passed the AU- lars to a
at Charley Ftnley's baseball one or more was
Carrwlth Motor Robert 01.
play was Perry ran Service
The same organization that emporium at 22nd and Brook ed to bolster the major dlvl. gross stunning 20.17 upset of thl'Gr.pn ; and
skrj, Mike Bright Jerry
a ,
controls Pony League nationallyalso lyn. slon team's roster. "It works 40.The Bay Packl"nlast year.
association an. Our.lA.n and HoiJC'rtM,1t''I'
ladles Loge, Shop;
has a Colt program for 15 York well In Fort Myers we
the New pretty ,
Thursday nounced that anyone InterestedIn Mira sustained a recurrenceof 1 David Cooksiey! and
and 16-year-olds on etandard "
Yankees were In town), the shepherd understand, Winters said. call III his t Glass.
d sized fields. The Pony-Colt set. Joining the group! may a muscle strain high George PereGulf
t ,. has by leaps and bounds with his flowing robes Mrs. Milton Link, association arm during a Wednesda night The fight alternates are Jeff
up grown
the nation in recentyeerst was on the embankment with treasurer. The association plays drill and how much service h*'Willis and Anthony Moya, Dor.

throughout its : :rda'M behind the. regularly each Wednesday, with sees wtjl\ dppt"l111, a, pre-klck..', Louj;"Stcvt' Russell, Gulf Glass,
t Those conneMeoY'wltq ,Little right of the 14' Mrs. Mary Chanceas'toernement .' off'1 test ktf' .Ms'pWcliIngwlnfcl r i Juliu.,, .Cecil, Millwork; TommyReard"n
o to1
b' 881 fans' were In the park : heat treatment i i Moose Martin Jones
'r
THEMSTpND1N6S chairman. Mira took ;
hr League here have been able to to
w "N4... ? observe Senior Little League In watch their Athletics try the Members are reminded to i I Thursday and reported a little> and Colin Fke, Jets; and Kel.
operation for four years. The make It three straight over make up their own !games soreness was still In Ills arm. 1 ly Hatcher, Carrara.
Yankees.Five .
. SMALL ClNGK! ---One-year-old Jay Cash gels some batting proud minutes before game

advice from his father Norm Detroit Tiger first baseman.mw Its siren
truck
Stoneham time a 1925 fire ,
----- -- -- Says blowing, moved down the first a
I with half.doen 2 Warner Football TeamsTo
base-line a Pop

EVINRUDE MOTORS Dark Will Stay groundskeepers den hose sprayed aboard.the skinned A gar By THC ASSOCIATED PRESS I

I baseline and the ground In frontof American League

On With GiantsSAN the A's dugout, moved past W. L. Pet. G.B. Be Formed Here This Yearplans
home plate and toward the New York 64 40 .615 -
FRANCISCO fAP)-With Yankee dugout. Baltimore 66 42 .611 -

the knowledge that Alvin Dark Suddenly out came a dozen Chicago 64 43 .598 JIll are being made for two ing of Ixns living in the North Jack Winters, Beinle Grat.

will remain their manager, the Yankees with bath towels Los Angeles 58 54 ,518 10 Pop Warner 95-pound football Naples Naples Park area, tan tun, Ctx.ksley, uml Iimunl at.
San Francisco Giants now can soaked In water and hurled Minnesota 53 55 .491 13 teams for boys eight to 12 years be formed. tended a Wednesday, night meet.

turn back to chasing the National them at driver-head ground Detroit 54 57 .486 13V4 old In the Naples'" area this fall. There are no \plans hI l Pop lug III Punta GonU of the new \

League pennant. skeeper George Tome and his Boston 52 57 .477 14V4 East Naples boys who meet Warner officials toi a H1.K, | ,und Southwest Florlila Coast Midget:

Widely circulated reports that helpers. A few ripe tomatoes leveland 49 59 .454 17 and weight requirements and Naples youth football team this football Conlereme. Winters
I age IIIJSPII' to tin I ham rd I of ill i"e<".
Dark was about to get the az slid It t- under was
thrown with sturdy major Kansas: City 42 66 .389 24 are Interested In playing footballcan fall. Iimuirl
from Giants owner Horace stood that the Junior high foot torn of thin! league, which Is head.
league arms spattered againstthe Washington 42 71 .372 26V4 register Monda\ at the Mary
Etoneham were squelched ancient fire truck Thursday's Results Carter paint store on Davis Blvd. ball program will be able to a<'. ed by II. Clark Kretdcr of Punta

Thursday by Stoneham. The gruumtskreper hoses Minnesota 6, Boston 3 Boys cannot I* 13 before August commo'late most of the l lays who Gorda.
Said Stoneham In a statement: domed the attacking Yankeesand New York 5, Kansas City 3 1. The East Naples team will would l he Interested' I II l'ioun! |
"I want to take this opportunityto the fire truck sped (at 15 Detroit 5, Chicago 2 be coached by Jim Croak and ball Punta Gorda Port Charlotte,.
deny all reports that a man. miles an hour) on past the leftfield Only games scheduled. Bill Cooksley. A llO-pouml! team miffht; l ho'oll. Clearwater, Plnellai Park, La: r.go
age rial change is contemplat the future when there Fort Myers, Tie, Anadla,
bullpen here another fus. Today's Games The East Naples team has\been sidereal !
ed." and Wau'liula uttendutl the ,meet.
lllade awaited them, Boston at Chicago given some equipment by the Na. are enough lxs 1 "gradualbig"from
That appeared to wipe out the Around the C utfleld warning Baltimore at New York, N pies team, but East Naples \pro. three 93-pouii'l! area teams ing. The league will not |play A ,

cloud of uncertainty that had track It went, and back to the Minnesota at Cleveland, 2, bablj will need( anpther S400 to fulfill manpower needs for a formal sdidlule this fall. i,
surrounded since Most of the energy will be to. :r '
Dark's future
Yankee for I iri.pound! team and the junior
dugout another t'x.1 twl-nlght to fully\ equip Its team this first .
/ the appearance of a column In change. Kansas City at Detroit, N year of operation. high.: These two teams work voted It) getting 95! |lound' youth

Newsday, a Long Island dally. The crowd shouted In glee at Washington at Los Angeles, N John lamurrl, who will handle generally with 1 lows In the same fo"thall"rlJgrams" started Fort 1
% columnist lasses Myers Arcadia, Tire, and Wau.
The Stan ,
,
ySTJIRFLITI ,
the added att Saturday's Games group
? ractlon. The trucklumbered the age
Dark Naples 93'I|ounfl l hov* again!: clmla. \ny ll'i-ionnd! teams In '
quoted as saying Negro
back around the out. Washington at Los Angeles, N this sear, says he will make an
localities would draw from
those
and Latin American players are SCHEDULE\
field for a third assault but um. Boston at Chicago announcement on registrationdate
physically superior but mentally plre In chief Frank Umont held Kansas City at Detroit and place within the next Of this fall's !Osmund! si he. the same group as Junior high
Inferior. teams, so the Ill pound Idea
J.imurrllollolthereolre
up a traffic stop hand Minnesota at Cleveland few da)'.. It is the belief of dule, t
90Smost Dark called a special press Yogi Berra, the Yanks' man. Baltimore at New YorkSunday' local Pop Warner officials that to have the Naples awl) East Na. was droiped; In favor of 96.found ;. f
conference before San Francis viewed It all Games pies teams play sail other a ) teams.
ager, \ as good fun. there now are more than enough
co's game Tuesday night In New number ol times, Out ofdowngroups
-
"We weren't mad at anyone Washington at Los Angeles Naples-area boys Interested In NEW YORK (AP) Flast
York to deny making these and I didn't think anyone would Boston at Chicago, 2 the sport to warrant two 93. to l>e coma ted fur games tlorde, the junior lightweight
.
statements plus others attributed get hurt or I wouldn't have let It Kansas City at Detroit, 2 pound teams. In prior years will include Punta Gorda, Ft. champion from Manila, was

efficient to him by Isaacs. go on." said Yogi Minnesota at Cleveland, 2 there has been only one. Lauderdale, Broadview, Planta named Fighter of the Month >
Dark called Stoneham's state Umont took a more stuffy Baltimore at New York, 2 It Is hoped that sometime In tlon, snot) another team In the

outboard built ment "heart warming" and"above view of It all and said he might the future a third team, consist. Miami area, lamurrl said.
ever ThCoo.sd\ ','cii>H THE
and beyond his duty""I tell on the \>0)I hl'n he saw National LeagueW.
from the Einrude.4 engine which set uorld'i really appreciate him doing League President Joe Cronin. L. Pet. G.B.

speed record of 122,979 mph. It has a i\ nchroniid4bar this . he shouldn't havttc "It wouldn't be much of a Philadelphia 62 43 .50 cqpk&L
step In every time a manager Is joke If somebody got hurt, said San Fran. 62 46 .574 Hi PLAY BETTER GOLFBy
:i'l carbnirtur' and trjight-in manifold. misquoted,'' said Dark the burl) 250-pound umpire. "I Cincinnati 60 49 .3 <0 4

So It was back to baseball. stopped It.. Pittsburgh 57 48 ,543 5
It pun out neatly twice as much power per poundas )to Louis 56 51 .523 7 Tommy Armour

a 4-CNclc, Dies far less full than other big Milwaukee 53 52 .514 8

oulboards In 50 to I gas-oil mix: cuts oil costs in half Los Angeles 83 53 .500 911\ a
50 53 .476 12 Avoid Tightness AND
Deflates 4-c clc fail claims Boats them all Chicago I
) STOCK CAR RACES ) Houston 47 64! .423 18
overall and U'VTlll.N the anertngc}; golfer I* COUNTRY
in economy performance. ? ; New York 34 75 ,312 30
Thursday's Results f 11 in nl,is In Iteconu CLUB
The 90-S is billllt'r inside than out It's the 'comp.lcl" St. Louis 5, Chicago 3 I 1 l i> pimp)| .mil l 1111 ik that lu innnot

of the big power field Every Saturday Nite! Houston 2, Phlladephla 1 Tis' wt |jxn.iht 11 Html. of f hi% shot or with the letFACILITIES

Pittsburgh 4, Los Angales t (Jc'J: em.rinin it. One hums to land
Ih push. 'it ton clictnc ihife puts 90 solid hp at your 9 Milwaukee
Cincinnati Jl
8:00: P.M. I lij' tu ;a ,if 'hot with mne amid
finger.touch command Only games scheduled.Today's t u,cli- in tone I', fitiution in a
In Southwest Floridafor
Games 1'1' i I i i'c nmnner. "Stint] Inn**"
Sec this Linrucle "classic now NAPLES SPEEDWAY at Pittsburgh 2 two
n< v\ Chicago , Country ClubLIVING
night It win* in !lie the nihtre) Ino.1 pJ/rr t.

New York at Phlladephia, N ( fan Ire, The I etmral t tirolency i<
AVAILABLE AT MIM MARINA, INC. Admission $1.50 Houston at St. Louis, N 1 \d ]toe tie. ) tight. 'I'hi I iiyhtnt: 'tart

Collier Count/i Authorized l9 Students $1 1,00 Los Angeles at Milwaukee, N 1 with the grip, \\IKII the grip M GOLFING I . \

t9 Children under 12 free San Francisco at Cincinnati, i tight tin lorianiH+ iml UnkIIHIX.U II mete CK.in :>Jiip Golf M
Evinrude Boat and Outboard Motor Dealer N is '* ,n< nclitciud: Then nestles. ,.....ltlM (.. ,l ley, ,

Saturday's Games I/ Stand llnhi > and knees '
| pet SWIMMING. .
COMING Chicago at PittsburghNew r OO5E kslttl ill n chain reac- roe p.el J iy 1 40' i M with

M&M MARINA York at Philadelphia I h lain of rt:ftmf*. Get f..I, _..""".,. ......w..
St. Louis N
Houston at ,
i TAug. 1 S San Francisco at Cincinnati, p into 5 our mind HOMESITES . 1.1 1.1AAU
t i the ides that
N you Tile ,.n'et he..t.e en seal
Between the Gordon River Bridget on TimUmi) Trail POWDER PUFF Los Angeles at Milwaukee are going to whip for the .kit C...,,, Ckk U-,
RACE Sunday's Games the liot and nuUumciously that i idea will i. SM'''.... Flon'V

Midway 2.4656EVINRUL7EMOTCAs! Chicago York at at PittsburghNew Philadelphia http you to keep unfrozen and flexible T/. fat .t Stale laW ,
1
metal In TIN Ckk'e.e TrlbUM SUl Inm US 41.
at St. Louis
Houston
PHONE Ml Mt2
San Francisco at CincinnatiLos
Angeles at Milwaukee '"d
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Ross Defeats ClementIn



TO BUi' 10 s\\\.


Tennessee PrimaryNASHVILLE




Tenn. (AP) nal oppositionbrta; right lo

Tennessee Democrats nominal face Bass In the general: election .

ed Rep. Ross Bass Thursda for .

a U.S. Senate seat over two op. Bass indicated be did not feel

ponents who made his vote for his civil rights bill vote hurt Ills

the civil right bill an issue in campaign for the two years remaining

the primary campaign. of the term of the late

Bass, 46, son of a clrculUrld. Sen Bates Kefauver. But his op. Mldway2"21072Bikes

Inc Methodist minister was one ponents hammered away' at that

of the first members of Con. Issue lie said he considered! the

gress to face statewide election heavy vote for him an endorse

since votltv recently for the mrnt of his record which has - - - - - -

controversial bill. followed close! the programs of

He handed Gov Frank Cle. the Kenned)' and Johnson administrations. 13-Help Want. Female 48-Apts. For Rent

men! his first political defeat .
,
will Lady ..., .... JS and 45 ... I
Ta and from School pay Jr. I 4 I kedroom
Furmthed
of the state's aptt
1 With 2821 of
arri1ng seven 2702preclnctsreporting
....
for Htalf in a sCorn of age Shorthand typing and Clote to thoppmg IDS 4 US per
nine congressional districts. :, Bass had 300780'oI"S will rda twa Honda MI knowledge of ganarO I kook month Call r PM..I.

Businessman N, M, Dullard ran to Ii 0.U8 for Clement and 77,398 ... "... fully -qu.pptdtour heat .work Call ,' MM Randolph Fuller Office. Ml I
ted trans 1100 22941 Rat Ml I M64J
third. for Dullard. .)V Orchid MI UK 14-Help Wanted MaUWater '/'. I.w.f"'un..h"
In a Fayette! County general Six Incumbent ./' *l5Business
congressmentwo
'
___. I bedroom ....'1
< ..pI election held concurrently with Republicans and four went Huge living room kitchl .
.
-.. the statewide primaries, Negro Democrats won 'nomination Opps. i fewer Plant operator l end batn Ml > Ul 2/tS tfEfticionciet
for plant' m the Naplet Area I D.a'oom Vurnu5li.d ...guncs
backed candidates lost over. but Clifford Davis, the Send reiume and Salary requirdo 555 No 5,15 Se ...,Id.n. M'

ARTIFICIAL I I I MATERNITY-Ababykangarooorphan.datitsbrth.sq.da" whelmlngly In sheriff and tax dean of the Tennessee delegation BUSINESS' FOR ALE to Bon. 4J| Naplet.1/4 FlorIda M .,_UI' er MI I..at 4/SIC

I liquid' m..' by tyringt it Ih* Warsaw toe in Poland. Th. tiny, marsupial' 1 I. being rtartd In a assessor races billed as tests of lost to c.OI'I W, Crlder of 0.1.calis.n Oourmat food Oey Week, erMonth

plastic bag which simulate, the warmth and the comfort of a mother kangaroos pouch. their voting strength: In the ru. Memphis, a World War H sub. hop. .Nica..... man location 4 wife F aparalion yoart. 23-Misc. For Sale (IRIS' MOTEL MI

ral South. marine commander. Encallanl C.....'.,. Good termS 12107 or Ml ISKS
Negroes outnumber whites 2. to r.ahl, party Call Ml MJS] FOR SALE
ar IlSJO I/J.M Couch, Fruit Wood Dining Setpravanlional

Prisoner SoughtFor Texas Tower III located tOol numerically on the Mississippi in the county bolder l'.l.sla lenaih with China bed: other Cab 49-Houses For Rent

Free Clergy State Senator Deed tursI Morlsa. $13000 Mite itemt Call Ml } SM,
and voter registration eqa interest Call 141 5 5314 At.I. Mrs H Milton Link Slit. Cray
drives by northern college students .. C p .... or en mesh andt19Help too Road "Z." aUIII houie for r..t. I Sedroom. .
Radar PlatformTo
War Crimes alP St Co'pI.l.ly" lu."h. call
put hundreds of Negro Florida's MI 35551 5151"
books for Flays II WINO MACHINEDue
names on registration
Gives Self From Jail In Scrap Heap the first time. Want. Female KM While Z'to'g Divorce Z.. looks and wIll, shin. mv hsmo with a'
Up tawt like. new, moncgramt. buttonholat olh.r lady Fo particulars' Cull
W Willis
Negro attorney A. .
College System tewt on bullont. toocysluch M. 71511 /t
BRUNSWICK, Germans (AP) NANTUCKET Mass. (AP-> scored an apparent Democratic tel to train, for wearing ap,- ossvrcuslura w edgetSmall .
-Han* Walter Zech.Nenntwich The last of a luckless trio of' nomination In the state senate pare Chock.in. Mutt be tltady, 01..0 him darns and minds. Lsrse I "..,oom furnnA.d
TallahasseeTALLAHASSEE GAINESVILLE (AP) Sat willing worker Apply in per b.lnr. 0'7J71/ 41\ houcs wIN Clf "' .,.,. N..,
a wir.crlmes prisoner who es. Texas Tower radar platform from Memphis however, and Sen. J. Emory Cross, head of ton al Prather'i Laundry. month Write Bo> A 2S ll. .do.I..n School Ml I 2 512 7

caped her last April, has given off the Atlantic Coast was un. could become the first memberi the Senate Higher Education !"..IfN.eded tier County Newt ale SI

himself up to German author Fla. (AP) der tow to a New Jersey scrap i of his race to win a state elec. .
Committee, says the problemsIn for Immediate' employment Far rent until Dec Itt foe
Two rabbis who 26Per.onalALCOHOL'C'
ties, prosecutor Ernst Thielean.nounceJ were JailedMonday heap today live office in this century In Florida's unlverstt Meet I.,.,. "" 0".1. couple only Beautiful Air Con,
today. along with seven other Texas Tower in was stationed Shelby County should he win In system Salary' ......lton. .., ........'c'.. dil.onrd gue.t haute 1100 00
'
have "almost reached the dimensions alSo cl..551.00. Call Mr, Mo'eunm ArS'rSYMQU3Mon mo pius ulililiet Annette,
clergymen on a three.year.old per
This ended a widespread hunt 30 miles oft Nantucket on a November of a public scandal" MI Still "in .. *..o..n ,..'h Inosiol C Wmn. Realtor Ml 2 6SMS4 .
for the former SS lieutenant 47 sit.In charge, got out Thursday shoal 50 feet deep. Ten tons oi t Democrats also renominated probl.mu, ASS I,' Cup" S, call MWantad
He laid Coy Farris Bryant "I Ml III" Y.'o" co.II,
who was sentenced to four night and headed straight for explosive tore It loose from its Sen. Albert Gore for a third Secretary Automobile Agency welcomed. Meeting ,n PeSt.
failed to understand how to
the dinner table. run Attractive lady Girl with, good back-
young
three after term. He easily from three Neat Baplitt Churih A on.to. ath'I
giant leg Thursday won
yean in prison for his part In a higher education system that 21 IS Local retidenl TypittOffice al Mhi A.5.".'f run and Io"nd I" shore I ".d'"O''' .pl.
the massacre of 5,200 Polish They said they had been fast. noon. The 6,000 ton platform political unknowns but faces a Menaaer will train InDaelerthip Fe.' ..111.. I 10 P M with young divorcee Write Col.
ing for the four days. penny-pinchers were serving the Potting Peyroll. \liar County Newt, Boa 1737AIM
dropped to the determined bid In
with Republican
Jews In World War.II.Zech.Nenntwich ocean a state universities and that a etc. Apply In person only toFrenk ./. tft
escaped April Each ate a big steak, and they mighty splash but It had been November.Dan S. Fallen J,. General :33-Servicoa Offered
were still sitting at the table lack of academic freedom was Wood Chrytler' Plymouth
packed with notation materialto Kuykendall was Manager
23, four days after his convlc. unop. driving talent. Inc. 2MO Ith Street' "' 0. Bedroom. furmthed houto. aircandteo.r.
away
when the seven other clergymenleft keep It from posed in the Republican primary SLIP COVERSTropoal Michigan Avenue
with sinking. Upsett
tlon, the aid of a jail ward. 1/411 __
,
his ,
He topped charges by P.rle iioaCr.sh
a Uphlsl.e nsa iii
the usually segregated hotel Or.p.ry
en who was his crony duringthe division of the Luria Brothers of but has been campaigning calling the trimester of ben MI' "OJ 711 tfJIAN Wh'tm.o I'M'I; 4495
Nazi days. dining room for a news confer New York will salvage the for month against Gore. system CALL TilE NEWS FOR 5/4,11

He Hew to Switzerland with enc. crap metal from the tower. Howard Baker Jr., whose late yea r.round operation" the flop RUBBER STAMPS HAYES Noose I srr.o I I bdrm SbsIh
"It was the best fast I ever of the century Custw ......". 0 rapir'.5 ""'un.h.., V"'lf
his girl friend Margit Stelnheu. Demolition of the tower, one father was a long term con. His Uphlnliry IIp..luc'f II 5 0'n. ,.... Anel.5i. Auu'l IS Call

er, In a sports plane she rented. had, said Rabbi Israel Dresnerof of two built In Portland, Maine, gressman steamrollered noml. leased prepared Thursday statement put him re.on PUBLIC NOTICE .1s Springs w,. 1116J. Ml I Hit '/''.If
Springfield N.J. marked the end of 5/031
Later he fled to Egypt haven a SCWnllllon
the side of Secretary of State Vet we have another } Bed
of other ex.Nazls where he was He and Rabbi Martin Freed. Air Force project that cost 29 !' COURTIN room ho".. for, rent Furmthed
IN THE: COUNTV JUDO
Torn Adam and 38-Autos For Sale
man of Paterson NJ. said the other In arising City Water TV Cable. 21IIPmfland
spotted by reporters of a Ger. live. Fourteen Air Force crew I Lets Boo/moll I controversy about how to ' AND FOR H W W...,... MI
fasting had been a personal & COLLIER COUNTY FLORIDA
man Illustrated magazine test racial pro. men and an equal number of 9 / run state universities. IN RE! ESTATE OF TRUCKS 2400' ./, If
against Injustice.The .
civilian worker killed
Unconfirmed were MARRY WATSON MC tWIN.
reports since
Its Ford Good Motor IIMOOIMI
clergymen six white when a tower plunged Into the The controversy started after Doc..." 57-Houses For Sale
have placed him In various International IIKIOOKU
Gordon Blarkwell NOTICI TO CREDITORS
places Including Ethiopia and and three Negroes were re. ocean 70 mile off New Jersey resigned as All credilort of the ettele of Falcon 0."" Station. we
leased from jail Thursday night In a 19(1 storm A third tower president of Florida State Unl. HARRY WAnOlll MC IWfH. d.. son lUbfl 00 PRIVAtE' SALE
South Africa. It was not Imme. by the same that had versify to go to a a mall.I r ....... are hereby notified, end re* lea theta ".h.I.. today NO esocoss,
Judge , .
.
dlately known how he returnedto erected some miles off Cap*Cod, ulred lo file, any claimt er damande 0..r mimI Sill hdroom
found them guilty of unlawful.. sank after salvage attempts last school Adams and others said hich they may have aaamtt teid Q. M. LUFF ; halO ..n",'. ""i THE MOORINGS
Germany.The In Ittl Blarkwell was hampered by the .late In the office' el the Countyudae 421 Sth SI. NoNeplet Conum he.it ind ouI
sembly during a "fr..
guard accused of helping September.One civilian workman of Collier County Florida, Csnl.tlOO.ulg .....1.". thrnuh
dom ride" testing an Interstate died when a caMftjnapped during administrative setup Is it,. courtheute el (act Naplet.lenda. out ......' .' b.driiiim< Cow
Zech.Nenntwich
escape Is Hans Commerce Cross said Immediate correc. within, in calendar, months plate kite ten 'iKiudng ditpotaljnd
Commission
Zeeman 48, a former Nazi la. order construction tlve from the dele of the tirtt publiceon : : leSs Chrytler For Sale Good d,.hwa.her Nice ,.,....d I
bor service leader. wiping out segregation at trans Ten year ago the towers WHY TIlE action was needed In four of this notice, Each claim: or transportation |IOO. 1174 Broad porch paved driveway. toddedlawn
portation terminals. areast emend mutt .. In writing and Ave North M If f>hona Ml, 74104 after
German authorities had of. promised five extra minutes of "BOAT1NQ 00071: ? -A of no uststet. the piece er retidencond Ji P M >/?> It
fered .rewardof mark ."The judge In effect, threwus warning against attack by ene. Writers mJ tuti, poor system admlnls. pooleffuce' addrett of the claim.nt Ion Ford t Or AutomatieIrantmittion
a 10,000 li
tratlon In v/hl-h there I I. and mutt ba cwern to ky the ..
lOut of Jail said the Rev : rf nJ'ih; no un. Rood .on" car
$Z-Ob, tor information leadingto my bombers : < lintiaa onfnmtlrJphraiw (elmant. hit agent, er his attorneyit For IUO .." t 5'. NORTH Naplet Smell I.I .
deratandlng of the need .
Zech.NenntwIch's John W. Collier of Newark, "lh (miline IxKini. from for del. .r will become void according Apt Dl or.1II.'I".t." 1 tals.I I .lor, Cat S year oldhome

capture. N J., Negro pastor of the Israel every anglr, oflrring rtrry |io.eililfeconomic egatlng authority to the unlver. ,DATE,, I..:. July '0. IM S/S If Nice lawn and bedroom and hedge apt -rental 100

Memorial AME Church. "He and rullural mean for lie .tty presidents /tItebella Me I wan Price, I.,.. Royal Palm Ireet Only
flUtrnce. But uiuli'Maml -Lack of financial Eieculrii. of the Etlate of ISO a.'.... 4 dr tedan V. 030(10( Coon
said we were not needed In Tml. ta why support .
Au' Trios redo ....., .
South Central Merry Walton McEwan, Co. .,:
Lt. LamontagneGets lahassee. He said we were need boating ha broom en popular| soil which condemn the state to 0........ Power .1.."... Low mileage D. Folly Rea My

ed In the North to quell riots." why ll. IlOtuleri"I. ionlimiiiii.| our poor education and sets up a July 14. ii. AUS ,. 14. ttIC am 5uy.: this sod as n... car 0' ;::nth Office
hat to 1 ioini>lr u( false III...... P""
His WingsLT. The clergymen still In blue States BroilIn rraaont why profile: iiii5 dom ily, ratio of students to facul.ty IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE C.H Ml I bind l ..2 7440 cr 7 ?H4 evei .....
COUNTY MOTORS
denim uniforms were taken prohibiting quality educa TWELFTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN COLLIER
Mart important, auofding to IhrEvmrude tion. AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY Your Friendly FORO
_.- .. from jail to the courtroom late Boatini: ; News Srrtkr, li FLORIDAIN MERCURY COMET Dealer, 58-lcts For Sale
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In the day. Municipal Judge Heat Wave that a boil allow In owner to ln-k -A major deficiency In the CHANCERY
CASE NO HIM
John Rudd read an order reversing in tome tort of leisure ailivit lie atmosphere of academic free OEOROENE MAZOR 11M Chevy 4 Dr SIC Trsns.Osod Waterfionl lot Royal Herbor ,

a previous decision oa a ASSOCIATED PRESS might harneM tW |>ower of the inn. dom In which repeated conflicts Plaintiff' ,,1.11COAu'ol.cond II'. MI I toll Saawall and- '0' boalthp

petition for mitigation of sen.tenet. 1 'Th.th central states con. lor for the |urpmr. of rnjnjing; the In this area show the meaning CARL MAZOR.VI lions low down Bet .term.
on lot of Ibis type Ph" ut
tinned to broil today In the thrill of water. riling. To the ('I.h. of the term Is not understood at Defendant Repairs. Parts today to tee this beautiful lot
erman. a boat I. the perfnt tun.portihon all, The NOTICE TO DEFEND Contact.Attocialet.
tEelr i unwarranted
After signing release worst heat attack
wave In 10 years. to hit favorite haunt. Thrfamily on TO: CARL MAZOR .
Judge Rudd told the) clergymen The only relief promised by Blackwell by Dr. Charles For. ADORES UNKNOWN
ban joined the mmrnieiil In you.,. hereby notified thstsuit t.uCulla 0" V".I Martalssob
man of the a LOOK HERE)
they had no choice about going the Weather Bureau was In the the water, and Imttii hate IMI.nine anever State Board of Con. for divorce hat bean Madegaintt J..rDEVEY

, to jail and no choice about get.i form of approaching widely .mi.rei.ing >)niliol (fur iiimlrrn trol Is a case In point. you In the Circuit Court of
Coili.' ? Count Plored. IC Chsocery.whsruo Wondering where to POLLY
go
ting out."What. scattered shower lOKrlhenirM.People -The trimester system of GEOROENE MAZOR. ;

this means," he said, Hardest hit by the searing, he mine to mlimrr' the year.round operation which "Is Ice Pl.lotu5f. cod ysu.r. the Ca. With your far problem REALTY

"1* that the concept of Individ lingering heat were Oklahoma water a* an male| from I die bum, the flop of the century as far .nd.nt; cod Jrou .re ,.qu,,cC le Factory Fimth Paint JabtWreckt
larva a copy of your antwer orpleading Co,... of Itl Ave Ua 4Tmiemi
drum eiixlrm nl, l I.ndl, ked IlVinll.R..n..l..d .
hal states running their own southern Kansas, Arkansas, as education: Is concerned." lo the Bill. of Complaintlor RebuiltTvneupt Trail
affairs has been recognized In Texas and In I.he liaxir d..i,. to o"n Cross said all this adds to Dun oro.spon Pleintiff Atlor Ml 241S4
Northwestern Loulsl.apa. up '
a bout la corn of' the ailtenliiir ofri"nl'f'inll. ( n., fEMEL OOLDBERQ. PO Front end alignmentMeier
very court, state and federal." Butting liberiter, a deplorable situation which Bo SM Fort My.... Florida, and
,pro.pie file the original, I Antwer er Pleading' OverhaulTrantmitnon BEST aUY SI. 5mb Harbor -
"Obviously you are needed In A reading of 113 must be corrected Immediatelyor
degrees |o new frontier: an alas iiiln 'In the office af the Clerk of the rebuilt Corner lot 7S'.US' Nice ".'ah".
your own pulpit to help quell Thursday at Wichita Falls, Tex., area trhk h are ,..lali.I,. uiienplored higher education In Florida Circuit Court of Collier County Lbruusti.nS'ebes korhood C-ly water available.
northern riots because there It was the highest temperatureever will continue to deteriorate. Florida on er before Augutl IS IM4 J200 sash
If you fail lo do ... a Decree Pra Cantacl;
no trouble here except you. I recorded there Sail) rlinjin* i I. lift in tile ---- Confatto will be taken againtt you Polieh & Wai

am so happy that we In Floridado Early morning readings today I'miriilerie i>f (l'oalillf. ftiujlnirnre for the relief demanded in the Complaint Don look any further Attoc.elet
l Iy nature. ail a PATRIOTIC UCtNSEFRANKFORT ... LUC HIOfl. V.rgl Marcgm
grriunoun
things In moderation even In ranged from the 40s In the DONE end ORDERED In Naplat'
man' Mature ,." tbi wilier i i. lie "K\\IM-( Florida, thus M day of July I iwo
the racial problems. northern Appalachians to thee TNlalrMalrp Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. DEWEYTOLLVKEALTY
li hi* iierMinul UN mmbut MARGARET T SCOTT
:t "Tout have :s conviction' ion *' in fa9iii! > Texas, Ok. :'tiI: ,>,' lr.j> ami:: kill III in airtvfur "Krnitu.xmotori e,"" Circus CU"By IJ. 0th 54 M MI' tiltNaaloa

your record; you have accomplished lahoma and scattered areas of nuiilHal liultie.liiterl t'IA" now II",,,'. liirnii III ALl Fla,

nothing. I trust you will the $:tptbweet. ( offer |I...i>|ile (tle IIIHH a 1',11'ord.. ...hui. and blu< Deputy: EDITH Clerk' TVQ8TT co'., of Itl A.. UO 4T.w

leave Tallahassee soon." PhiladelphIa recorded 54. .... limit) In fulfil, ) a ile'ir.lile un.I card in.i 44 Mobile
He reduced the 6Oday ..n-,, ting a record low for the date.The >..",..,11", e lulls. 1 heir ran" ..foHraliuii. 1331 for Plaintiff Homes MI 711'1waTIII'IIONT

LAMONTAGNEWACO tence, which the clergymen had previous mark of 55 was set In | rr-ulilil>. il<'|>rnililiilih' The Safety IVpurlmrnl said Poet ::;::-/10,...
1957. coil' rfonniiit hate iiiiiiribiileil theti'el July II. Aug ;. .14. tl. Into aim I Bedroom trailer 10 wide LOTS
chosen over $500 fines, to the the card .will| b, iheaper to fully furmthed Het b>g refrieorator VANOERSILT SIACICESTATES
LJeuten.
Tex First tue ili-M 1..1| bout .
|o > niti-rr-l I In
....
A .
time they already had served violent thunderstorm swept produce and harder lo counter(,ithnauiie NOTICE OF ELECTION f' combination 40
ant Roland P. Lamontagne son through the San ing Be it known thai I. TOM AOAMS awning 4 i utility cabman Lot I ('lock L Uml I-25014
of Mr and Mrs. J. Harold La. The surprise action ended three Antonio Tex., (.touting i i. ii"l a |I.a-mll lam i. iifthr i'uIirnj l and paper Secretary of Stele of the Stale of Ml 2 50)0 eli at Let I Hock, J Unit: 2-2000 00

montagn of 43 Carroll Ave. years of fruitless appeals and area Thursday night with winds Few 'people leatr |aIi. w Imtt In turn niult. k. Florida I'At.'i"lIHro notice that .If by 10" Mobile home Fur. Owner ...0. ccth Don Holland

came Just as new appeals were up to 81 miles an hour But, the lo ntber*. !it",,e.h'n, ihul in IIi Stair e will ke mthed 2 Bedroom full bath, ,740 llrd Ave Treetur* It-
Brockton, Mass.,has been award I'uhi laid iho hUH held in Collier, County Florida. enTuetday A., Conditioned e..h., I.'.... sod Florida
being started. heaviest rain fell: In south doling of iiitere>|n peupli I liii,,' (fur neit firttMonday .... 'III SOt
ed his silver wings upon graduation .. :i ; :; hrokrn up thrrr lii 'One result of Judge Rudd's eaitern Colorado where Pueblo! Ihr future that bnaiing i. un nut In November. AD lobe.lb. .
from U.S. Air Force nav. recorded .funding" ihiiur. 1 hi. IIH-III. that ( ring* in rcitnl .r.r.. I Said Ysasd. b..ng ths Ifurd ,,,... .
Trad.ing
action was that each of us now more than on..half day of November, to fill the following 45-Trilrs For Rent Hans Clent: ".d 'It
igator training at James Conns .
Inch new thi'itii kill beionir pailii i off W.isyfenl '01 I.e Ce OApartwnt. ,
has criminal ic atUnited
a permanent re.
ly AFB, Tea.Lieutenant. cord a fact that Judge Rudd in. Elsewhere a few thundershowers pint* in the *|mrl in the future Slelet Senator ",..1... St .... wth TVsue .t Conl.ct PiuI I K.yn
Lamontagne I* be 1 h".. the great' grovih of IHI.I PUBLIC NOTICEIN Rapratentaliva: in Ceo .,se for a .... 5 pacaw U a ....

Ing assigned to an Air Training formed us about with con.lden.bl. fell along the Gulf lug ran lie train.Iano! r C In I he I "IMpietitie the Three Sialfi tat Cengrettional Ju.I'", of the 0trI.Supreme R.gS c,... ",.I., Pars DEWEY POLLY

Command (ATC) unit at Mather relish the clergymen tolda Coast, north Into the central of moilern. mliziilinn' than CIMCUIT' COURT Court Groups I. 2 and I 1/7I.f

news conference In a prepared Plains and across the Westernmountains. ,10 any hard heailril luli-H. ..r rulinnal TWELFTH JUDICIAL I : CIMCUIT, Three (II Judge of the D UrielCourt REALTY
AFB, Calif., for advanced train. statement COLLIEM COUNTV of Appeal for the Second Ap 48-Apt. For Rent
Ing. ATC trains airmen and of. rraonUNCLE sTATE Of FLORIDA peltate. Dutrict Greuet A. C end E
However, they said "We in. 'IN CHANCERY One It I) Circuit Judg... TwelfthJud Apartments Censr of hI A".. I. a
fleers In the divers skills r. Tradawmd
No tilt del Circuit
terpret our release as a victory I Apt I kedrm Furnneer T..I Trail
quired by the nation's aero. WALTER Q SOftOKOTV GovernorSecretory lovely I Ml S UKII'
for the cause of civil rights and. TRUSTEE of I..,.. beach 4 chopping Yearly If
space force. Plaintiff' Comptroller. er monthly 1 Joel '17/11''
The lieutenant who receivedhis an admission by the city that ".. Cemmittionar of Agricultureueorinundonl .
the original case was without ANTHONY A RUSIO PRANK ....u,.,. "SABLE SMOKES I AITS.Ml I 59AcreageDInTRISt"
B. A. degree from Rollins foundation. o .VIID AND CALIOPY' I""D. Attorney General 24411
College was commissioned wAITER HARRis (DM0505 of PublIC 'nt,,,*. Sully I Road .nd Anna AoetaU.droom.e,5 I Owner needt
They said they had been ?Ar AND OUINNINA tian money' II ecret MM total
through the Officer Training treated fairly In jail, although SULPOP'y0t ..- J, rffl""y. Fiend* Publn Utilitia* Commitoner Claws 5. 5tips'u'5 551 Cu.r..cl.d A 553 '.' price CIII'.' County Real Ea
School. He 1* | m.mberofLamb. JAMES K eiSHOP AND .. month Call C P Horrus .1 late Ml 2 nit Open Sundays
da Chi Alpha.Lieutenant. the Negroes were cursed one MACAO UMOP JAKE OEKEIN Slate Attorney of the Twelfth. JU' Randolph Fuller Oil.... Ml 1170..
by a guard while AND MAOQIE IOEKEIN' AND ..e.sl C.eu" .
day stacking 2 f4l Ret Ml I Z It.n.II.
wile Public Defender Twelfth Judicial
Lamontagne's THE HOILV TERRACE CIVIC
> IwftlEBB
brick. They said TRAIL' FRONTAGE
Alice of Generaland a complaint ASSOCIATION a nan pr.Mceraoratien cicr.n.51 ..,..
Is the daughter had been made to prison offl. I) Member of the Haute of TIDE A FT3. 11 high 4 dry lend IH
m let from courlhoute MAR
Mrs. E.W. Timberlak of 23 D>ftn4*>i|| RepreMntetivetCounty '
elsie and profanity had stopped NOTICE Of SUIT Judge Weekly I Monthly s...." LOWE 4 SICK 4U Ill Aye
Second Ave. S, Naples, Fla. Their only objection to the THE STATE Cf FLORIDA-TOAnthony Clerk:, of the Circuit Court Modern. Sarnstsdsftusueocuis South, Ml 2 szii. VI.tf
A RUM ot ait" burSt.Y 4 bedroom apt
Georgia. Iowa New York four-day stay In prison was the Vur. h.ft6ratili.d' tnal ( AttettorIn Nelly Rd &. Ncplet SOMETHING DIFFERENT
..... .,.. Collector lit If ACREAGE
segregated cells Collier said Cud Mat liiW | l yaw
I NOW
and North Dakota honor the FartClo*. M.r1i|. tuporviter of RtgittratiM, I ear* trade located
wild rose ai their state flowrn. W |i. akv .nlrtltd' out. sod yes Three (I) ........... of the Board APT FOR RENT Drive ititl Soc mile from U S. 41.
RgF on to Ohio
art .....5w '.Qui.nd u "'.' uawi ef County Cemmittionart. Dielricta I Air Conditioned furmthed efMiency property with
SOME JUST WON'T LISTEN ',......fI.| ttorn.yt .Ke.. came tn4ttlrnt 1'1.:1211. Apt near bach end) your own car and compare nt.cgemel .
.
any other
Members ef Ihe Beard Only SIS
'.so your writm .
month. Mid ,
,
StOM
TAMPA PU. (AP) Patrolman 5.t..Io.. ,r./t* ma kill ef (em. ef Public inttrwction. Dulrwlt I I .pier ey 24", per '" If I.further- &slermaen lull Sr's. Ses. Cs.
attaint m sad ....,. copy et .".." and 4 S.nIaCl:
Jim Yates. the veteran officer ... II) Juelicee of the Peace, /. 0 T Jeaw. IWerpefuew mi.
it Watch for who mans the Information ..,... S.p< 4 A 0 .tOed D.t: :: I. I and 4 Pane. opt*. E II,*,*.. Midway S Sand. P. 0.: see 073.
M.ram tail ml 5' ...,.. .'. aa desk *t Tampa police heedquarlssoccssloesally will bt amtrM e ,cst ywlor t and 4P.a.44sluog 11':: $es4h. Mt 2"4i'17 en Ut 66-lnlur.nc.
has tna relief, ,raya) M "na kill et Attorney lusts IIllSU
j S.VETNAP4
trouble : cox<.'iaintForKiMur Two lit Mambera. Imntokalee Fire
! get tins through to those seekinginformation. T". eate of sad sad bein5 for Control OitlrwtTwo ..". Mope5. ..IF P.y... ,
4Land .< M>'ta Member. North Maple PIn Ruse. Home 0...."",..
Fir. Control Ditlncl O'ttoclt ITee Fun.
WITNESS my nand an4 uSe ...1
Like recently, when e woman e' slid Court al H...'... floret, and I. [I UNTED i'L4 I JAEOFFI INSURANCE
tOs 1 Ca, et *,5u.i. A (2) Member Cat .,1" 50 ** *".. Worth
j talked up and aaktd him whereto SAM STINGS HACKSwift rrtalution against MAROAdark ? T.OIC'JrT Pre Control Dietrict I THROUGH THE ?" f1. MI 57930 "" I tr ,
IK Teetimony Whe-eof. haveb.sets
a parking ticket. Cursed Caurt
pay North Viet Nam torpedo boats and land Laws was' the! ISlAL) tat my nane and Ihe Great IwAIITADS..itiiM1t1 i IIIIIUJ "

the "Walk straiht down the hall, United States reply to assaults of the North Wt Nam trail By biTs TVOETT Seel ef Ihe Stale of Florida, alTallahaete \; I
the Capital the RENEW
Inn YOURDRYR'StICENS
Daputy Clara
lad door on your right aaidYatcs. against I' S drstrnym Nrwsnup locate Tonkin gulf arva &OROKOTV AND TAYLORAtiariwy Isn't fired day of July A D. I.... 'mS.,, II'J '. &eMsO\r\ tf

DODGE BOYS where S. 7th fleet units hate conducted air itnkrs. Ne'' .- fee plaintiff SEAL) TOM .; '- ; (
"How do I there?" 040 Central AvatttHn. fA.I.SI. ;, 011 CURING YOUR "-
act asked I
map X Indicate general coastal area off which strikes flor..aAoa 5.5,54. l ate.1* Li' 1' 1..i
the woman. were launched. 1. .14 II. II nu Aul t I. n. *131LIHJ. JfRTHJf









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: 8 COLLIER rot NfV ,,',lei.,. August 7. 198N'1 '' ,, !'1It.I, ? 'J .. i;' ; ''I.I,k j : lii."" IrMTprbgrams de.

I Barry Spurns ,.:: . A"riflpovenyFaces signed "la mobmte the human
: and financial resources of
... ... '''' ". \. the
I ..... nation to combat poverty in the
"
United States
Support From -., <9"" House A major section authorizes

, ..."" $412.3 million for various youth
1 .. programs.

Klu Klux KlanWASHINGTON 1 Vote Today thorites Another$340 major million provision for grants au.

.. to stimulate community action
(AP) Re. projects designed to combat
WASHINGTON (AP) President
puuili' an presidential nominee poverty
Johnson faces one of his
Bar> Goldwater told "ongre )
aural. colleagues today he cants 1 I ... biggest legislative tests today as
thru ativue" on issues and strat. .,.... the House puts his 8941.5-milllonantipoverty Rogers Reports
bill for a vote.
( In the coming campaign' up
a
Hoi.| John Rhodes of Arizona Republicans, who have brand. Heavy Reply
at.,d San John Tower of Texas fd It .an "electionsear glm.mi .
ftvo::. that report after Goldwa. ,'k'' are almost solidly WASHINGTON, D.C.Con..
far spent an hour at a closed. against' It. leaving Southern gressman Paul Rogers said today
dll"i breakfast meeting with Democrats holding the key' to i that the returns to his annual
COP Senate and House mem. Johnson success. questionnaire thus far have been
s bers. 1j Several hours of debate were "most gratlfjlnr" and reflect
About 100 were Invited to the sdieduUil before theote a broad cross section of public
session, second In two dajs comes, probably late In the aft.opinion, throughout the 6th DIs.
Coldwater aides said most of I'rnoon, triM
them were on hand. Hound leaders< predicted a While a complete count has not
h'u Among them was Sen. Ken. 11.111 inw \titori. But one ..xlmln.I Jrt been made, an estimated 20,.
neth B. Keating of New York, I si i,itton soiife said lie \\II ,if.r 000 sand newspaper clip
7; who has said he cannot as of ,iid the \\oulello8p Iw10 or pings have been received thus far.
1 4 now support the national ticket. 3I more uitv. Congressman Rogers mailed out
Keating left with no comments I{i L : The bill would commit the approximately 230,000 cards. to
v to whether the session had;: federal government to the task district residents this >...r. As
I ? affected his views of In big to break the rvrle of Is customary, Congressman Ro.
"It was a cordial, personal povertv that has kept some gers pays for the cost of the
meeting1 he told newsmen M.A Telephoto families "on the teller rolls for as paper printinc and tabulatlnepersonolh.
Rhodes said Goldwiter plans CENTER DEDICATED: -President and Mrs Lyndon Johnson pose with Mr and Mrs S long as three generation. '. while the mailing Is
to IIU his presidential cam. I. Newhouse at Syracuse. NY The president made' flying/ trip to Syracuse University Republicans haw praised tin under the franking regulations
goal of the legislation\ hut snIt The Congress appropriates each
pollen formally at Prescott, to. dedicate the Newhouse Communications Center there
Mr. and Mrs. Claude U. Kirk Ariz., on Sept.4. Is pooch drawn and would fall year funds to be paid, to the Post
Meanwhile, Coldwater's press far short of Its sponsors' hopes.Office Department to rover the
secretary Tony Smith, said the The bill combines! in one ,pai'k. cost of all Concessional; mall.
22nd Avenue.
GOP Senate Candidate senator has written a letter to Viet Nam Border Crisis :..
former Vice President RichardM. Continued front page 1)
Nixon explaining his decla. more drastic action" And the
ration at the national conventionthat petition proposed that a patrolman .I I IN

Blasts Johnson PolicyClaude liberty"extremism is no vice.In"the defenseof Appears To Be Easing Up school be at placed arrival on and duty departure near the NOON $ STOCKS

Smith said Nlxor apparently hours.
R,Kirk,Republican can. Interests and security of the wrote Coldwater asking for WASHINGTON (AP) The and Sather from Pomona, Calif.Farller Alternatives would be to place ;W \OKK (AP)- Sim ks at n'It'11,
dldate for the United States Senate United States, ha charged, "This clarification of that statement Vietnamese border crisis ap. Thursday, the Pento. stop signs at each block of 22nd,
and Mrs. Kirk, spent yester. has not been done and this is He said the former vice presl. peared to ease today as another gon boss went to Capitol Hill now a through street, or put Allis Chal 19'1 Fla P4IL 80'i' N,Am Av 49
day In Naples visiting various responsible for the fact that our dent Is expected to make the night passed without a Red attack and outlined for congressional deliberate dips In the pavement Alcoa G5': jAm | Ford 51 % Penney 5711'
stores and shopping centers In foreign policy Is the laughing:letter public in New York. from the north. But there committees steps taken to be The petition also suggested that Air 45V Frmst Da 12'iFreptSul Pa RR 34
the area. At noon Kirk was the stock of the world today. The one Rep. William E. Miller of were continuing reports of U.S. ready to counter any sudden students might" them selvesof Am Brk :57 guest at an Informal luncheonat force which has the legitimate New York, the vice-presidential and Red Chinese buildups In the 1 blows In Southeast Asia. He said school buses as their means AmBdPar: 39 V. Frueh Tr 31J4 Phil '"ul' 73H
the Cove Restaurant of the Ta. right to shape our foreign policy., nominee, said after the meeting explosive Southeast Asia I the reinforcements of U.S. of transportation." Am Can 4334Vm Gen D'II :317' Phil. Pet.lSJVi!
hltlan Cove Congress Inn. Later the dlcatates of our national self.he thinks both Keating and Sen. And although the only Peking i ships, planes and men In the Cyan COVi Gen El 82'iCm RCA J1V4
he spoke at Cape Coral. Interest- Is conspicuous by its Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania response to the UA air strike i area "will stay In position as Am Mot ISATtT Fds 91 Rep ktl 44 H
Attacking the administration's absence. eventually will support the tick. against North Vietnamese's PT >long as required." 70?jAm Gen Mills 42'/3' : Revlon 34V3
"lack of a decisive foreign po. "There Is, on the other hand, et. boat fleet has been a torrent of Even though a lull has set In, President Of Tob 32". Gen Mira 92'j Rey Toll nil' ::!
licy," Kirk In his speech at Cape ample evidence that some neuro Tower said Coldwater (Indlcat.ed flaming words, President John. \usually sensitive Wall Street Ampx Cp 16 Goodrich S41) StReg P 301' i
Coral referred to President tic passion for international"do. ''a desire to get some con. son as the rest of Washington was Jittery enough Thursday to Anaconda 44% Goody 43 Vt Seaboard 53
Johnson's decision to answer fire goodlsm" has possessed our for. sensus of thinking" from Re. officialdom had his fingers i send the stock market to Its Poland Dies Armour 47>/| Greylind 24 V, Sears 11 Olla'
with fire in Southeast Asia, as eign policymakers. Only this can]publican members of the House crossed. i sharpest decline since the assassination ACL 80 Gulf Oil 57'i' Sinclair 4SM' ,
being a case of "Too little, too explain the act that even those and Senate on campalcn lluel. Government torces and their i / last November of WARSAW (AP) Alexander Babcock 32'/i Hon'wcll 127Ji: Socony 82 )
late." who propose to be our friends He said Goldwater told the American advisers along South ]President John F. Kennedy Zadawskl, 'OS, president of Po. BethStl 37 Int Harv 77'/i SoiitlniC C4'/3'
"Many of the leaders of the abroad cannot quite understandour congressmen he Intended to Viet Nato'. heavily reinforced Before the current crisis de. land since 1952, died today, the Boring 533/i: Int Nick 771',. Sperrjlt 14U
conservative Democrats and the policy, its vacillations, and "cover the .Country. thorough. northern frontier were reportedIn veloped, U.N. SecretaryGener. Polish press agency reported. Borden 75Vi Int Pap )2/i* St rand 71 Vj
Republicans in Congress have its overall result Iy as possible" during the pres. dispatches today to have been al U Thant made a date to visit Cause of death was not giv. Brunswk SVi JonpsAL 80't' StO NJ 84"1 i
been calling for more decisive "While some of the needs of Identlal campaign. anticipating a massive Red at. Washington. He kept It Thurs. en. Unofficial sources said he Cater Tr 323,4 Kas Al 34 Studebak 7"''I
policies in Viet Name and Laos our own people have gone un. Rhodes said Coldwater and tack in reprisal. But U.S. opera. c day and while talking to Presl. had cancer. Celanese 70 Ken'cott 85'',. Swift r.0'i'
for nearly three years. I have answered, while our national debt Miller declared "they Intend to lions officers said only "rou. dent Johnson suggested a new Chrysler 50% Llg ft My 79Vi Texaco 80
also been charging the Johnson has skyrocketed, we have contln.have a united party behind tine" fighting was reported peacekeeping formula for Zawadskl, a member of the CocaCol 134 Loch'd W/i Thlokol 13 /*
Administration with the completelack ued to pour our wealth Into every them If It'. at all possible to do throughout South Viet Nam. Southeast Asia.Thursday ruling Communist party pollt. Com Ed 52i/a Lorlllard 43% U Cub 121
of a policy to win since open hand overseas whether It be. so." The South Vietnamese forces night, the President buro, underwent a major opera. Con Edls SI Mag'vox 30 Unit All'c 48'/3
last March when I lied for the longs to a truly needy person or Thursday, Goldwater spurnedthe remained on full alert near the relaxed at a formal dinner for tlon April 16 by a team of ab Cant Can CO3/! MMtM 59% Un Fruit 21Mi
U.S. Senate," Kirk said. to some scheming wastrel. support of people who act frontier but American advisers .Thant at the White House. It domlnal surgeons headed by a Dow Che 63 V Mohasco 13% US Steel ri7'A!
Referring to UJ5. policy as a "We have built drinking (oun.tains "In a violent way against law with the government's first dlvl. was "a good day today," he told Briton, Dr. Hermon Taylor of DuPont 2COVi Mons'to 79Vi Unlv Mat 131',.
"mishmash of weakness and in. for camels In the Middle and order." lion at Cia Llnh expressed reporters. But he held up his London. Medical sources at the EAL 31 Mont Wd S8'/3 WestgEl 34'':i
competence," he said. East, financed military support loubt the North Vietnamese hand with fingers crossed. time said Zawadskl had ailment E.Kodak 1283iFirestone Nat Dair 82'i' Wlnn 01x34'ftWcxilwth
"We are flouted and Ignored for "penny-rate" dictators, builta "We don't want the backing of could launch an attack. of the digestive tract. 4Wi Nat nlst 27% ,Z81',:..
around the world. Even our sup. luxury airport where there is the Ku Klux Klan and I don'tthink '11 they had moved in anger, .
posed friends. .Britain, and no sir traffic, constructed high we're going to get It," the trey would have hit us one wayr
Prance are hesitant. Dee ways for water buffalo traffic Arizonan said Thursday In res ) another by now,'' said Ma). m.
Gaulle says frankly he can't trust and even supplied an alr-condl. ponse to reporters' questions William McMullan of Long Is.
us. Britain pursues a policy In tloned yacht for a foreign po. "It's been a Democratic" organ!, land, N.Y., A senior Amerl.
CubaChlna and elsewhere direct. tent ate who wants to play at be. nation all Its history. :an adviser with the division
ly antagonistic to our program... log an admiral of a navy. At another point the senator Hanoi, North Viet Nam's capt. MORE THAN MONEY . .
threatening to destroy It." "Were these dictated by our declared: "I want the support of tal, was reported by a Japanese
Stating that we should deter. national interest? Of course anybody In this country whohaan't businessman to be "very quiet." PEOPLE ARE OUR BUSINESS
mine the objectives of U.S. (or. not. And that Is why our Image In advocated the violent' Nationalist Chinese military
sign policy with the primary em. the world hal reached a new overthrow of the government or sources In Taipei, Formosa,
phasls on advancing the national low." who hasn't acted in a violent said today that Red China sent
Kirk said "It was American way against law and order." nearly 100 Sovlet.bullt MIO
blood that saved Britain and Goldwater was questioned by fighters to Hanoi Thursday to 'illlljl.4
2 France from being crushed by reporters at Gettysburg, Pa., reinforce North Viet Nam's air
From
Resign Hitler, and that billions of Amer. airport after he and running force.
lean dollars have been mate William E. Miller of New The
spent re. sources said their Infor.
St. Augustine's habilitating those two countries, York conferred for two hours matlon came from intelligence lakes off
yet they are offended when we with former President Dwight dispatches. American military
didn't like it because the British D. Eisenhower and former Vice intelligence sources In Hong l
Biracial GroupST. sold 400 buses to Castro and the President Richard M. Nixon Kong said there was nothing to in a fawminutus.
French took the lead in recog. "He's very enthusiastic and substantiate the report.
AUGUSTINE (APTwomen acing and tradlnrwlth Rtd China. very anxious to get going," From Honolulu came reports
resigned today from St.Augustine' "The Russian say they will Goldwater said of Eisenhower. that more than 100 U.S. jets If: .
He said the former already 4 . .
biracial committee then for president ?
bury us, beg wheat be. swept aloft from Hlckam Air
and others complained that the cause they haven't Intelligence has two speaking dates Force base Thursday, heading
grand Jury appointed them with enough to feed themselves, and In Illinois and Oklahoma and toward undisclosed bases in A
out their knowledge or consent we sell them the wheat at bar. there may be others.
Andrew J. McGhin Jr., an ac. gain prices. Then they reward us Today Coldwater continues Asia.Thursday afternoon, Sec re.
count ant who Is president of by shooting down another of our his efforts for Republican unity tary of Defense Robert S. Mc. ;"
the St. Augustine Chamber of unarmed planes and harass our by conferring again with GOP Namara called a news confer ; .. '
Commerce, said he wrote the military forces moving Into and congressional colleagues.In ence at the Pentagon and said ? ;:; ? ". .
grand Jury foreman, R. Au. out of Berlin." developments Thursday that while he assumes Peking ia ... ,
burey Davis, that he couldn't Kirk closed his address by at. bearing on the ArUonan's may send In wne combat air. .
serve because of business and tacking Sen. Spesaard Holland' 'driver craft to! help North Viet Nam, .. : :"q,, .v II.... ,..... / ...... I ." ... .i iS
community commitments. voting record, especially tor lav. Sen. Hugh Scott, R.Pa., told there have been no indications of .
Halite Jones, office employe cling foreign aid to Communist .!the Pennsylvania Young Republicans any substantial Chinese military if ,...
of the Florida Power and convention in Philadel. movements In the last ,)
Light countries and (ailing to take a ; few days.
\
Co. also phia. he will support all Republi.can <: / ,. 't..f/ .'._ ..,
wrote the ,
grand Jury vigorous stand In the Cuban crisis. What's more, McNamara said () .-,
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foreman that he would not be ." candidates In November. there is no evidence the Chinese S "-' ,- -
able to serve. Jones said he had helped the North Vietnamese In \7/ 1 1I '
.
many reasons the attacks on the destro)ers -,
Two others who didn't wantto at Maddox and Turner Joy. ',r=
be Identified said they didn't Still a regiment of North Viet \ ,
know whether they would resign Name infantrymen faced Salg. I
but they were upset over being on's reinforced 1st Division at .. / 9
appointed without knowing It, the Ben Hal River border >
The other six named to the Thursday night. And If China
She shopped" here first for hanking services to make
committee were either out of sends combat aircraft to North
town or unreachable. Viet Nam, they will be the first her trip easier more enjoyable! A low-<:u t PeronalLoan
White members, In addition such planes for the small Red for extra cash, Traveler's Checks to keep money safe,
J, to McGhin and Jones, are How. nation which has been pressing always available. Safe Deposit Boxes to protect valuables.Before
ard Crouch, public relations ex. guerrilla war on U.S..support.
executive of Fairchild Stratos ed South Viet Nam. }ou travel for business or pleasure, KC us,

I Corp.; W. H. Parrish, operator China took an ominous stanceIn ""1"1
of a teed store, and Elmo Cau ,the wake of the American :,
sey, operator of a drug store at strike. It declared "U.S. Imperi.
Hastings. allsm" had gone over the brink
Negro members are Dr R. W. of war and pledged "the Chi.
Puryear, president of Florida nese people will absolutely not
Memorial College; Mrs. Elzora sit idly by" while North VietNam
Martin, propertyowner and a was being "subjected to
member of the NAACP executive 3'i aggression"

board; Otis Mason, prlnci. Thursday, Peking was silent,
pal of Harris High School; Tom although two of its satellites
my Holts Sr, a plumber at Hast. a. took to the air North Viet
Ings, and Otis Mills, real estate q41'. Nam to claim Its batteries had
operator.. shot down eight American
planes tn Wednesdays assault
0 and North Korea to promise full
support to North Viet Xam
Report ExilesOrganizing against U.S. "pro\oratl\e
0
armed aggiesslon.
New In a separate broadcast, Ha.
a\ not Radio said the American pl.|
Liberation Force lot captured bj one of Its an.

MIAMI (AP) Organization F tialrcraft units has been Ideutl.
of an exile military body that fled as LI. J.G. Everett Alvarez THE BANK OF EVERGLADES"Doing
may Include thousands of U. S. Jr., 26, who flew his sortie. from
'
the canter Constellation.
trained Cuban soldiers is reported .
+ McNamara has said two
U.S.
under
way. .
e planes were shot down and Business In Collier .ors i
The Cuban Representation In .t a t a County Since 1923" ,-?.-. 'III III t4 fll
Exiles, which claims to be a coordinating third damaged. He said efforts
will be made to win freedom IMMOKAtiE " .
said for FLORIDA
body, Thursday 'CA T"ltpl"r"" ,
Alvarez, listed as missing by
that actlvlltCroul"
most exile
night
have promised to par. VACATION OVER: -Sen. Barry Goldwater hurries out of his the' Navy along with Lt. J.G. Highway 29 Near New Market Road Your Community Service Bank
tuipate, In the 'Cuban Libera. auto at Santa Ana Calif airport as he departed for Wash Richard C. $.Ilher, also %6. Alvarez Member F.D.f-C.
turn rOI'f \'..'. ington called back by the Viet Nam situation. Is from San J<.se, Calif.,



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