Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: August 11, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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County Schools Open Early This Year--August 31


County Superintendent at dent on opening day and an. M, August W7, 9 a.m. to 12 Schools, grade 142, August 19. Everglade High and Elementary ., be at the school which the student Acceptance was recommenced with finishing touches In grading

School W. D. Re'Uo1411MounOo nounced the registration date noon. 27.9 a.m. to 12 noon. School, grades 142, August Is expected to attend. by Helton McBryde, architect and raking grounds to be

ed today that school In Collier at the various school: u fol. Shadowlawn Elementary, lmrwokalee;; High grade 742, 5.27, 9 a.m. and 12 noon. on the school. done this week.In .

County will open Monday, An. lower grade 1.8. August 5-27, 9 a.m August 5-27, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Dupont Elementary grade SEA GATE'S READY A final Inspection will be the never ceasing struggle .

Curt 81, for approximately 4,100 Maple Senior High School to 12 noon. Imtackalee Elementary and 106. August 19.27, 9 a.m. to 12 The County School Board made by the board and administration to provide classrooms for
pupil The enrollment 10.12,August 5 through 27 Au. noon.
on open. trade Plnecrest Annex grade 1.8.
Sea Gate Elementary grade In session yesterday accepted"as possibly this week II the rapidly growing school
log day lat year was 3800. from 9 ajo. until It noon. gust lien. t a.m. to 12 noon. Elementary
He sold principal at the nr. Maple junior High grade 74, loS. August n.2'7. 9 ajn. to 12 Bethune High and Elementary grade M, August le.n. 9 a.m. substantially complete" was agreed. McBryde announced population the boa rd spent con

lout schools are already at work August M7, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. noon. Schools, grades 142,August lien, to 12 noon. the new Sea Gate Elementary the school will be ready slderable time at yesterday

making plan to real" the stu. Lake Park Elementary,grade Carver High and Elementary 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The place of registration will School to be opened this year. for the opening date August 31, meeting going overprellmlnarjplans
for another element)

school In Immokalee.

Plans for the new school In

Immokalee are slmllartothose

used In building Sea Gate.
School Board
Twenty-four classrooms, six

more than Sea Gate, are plan-

Sends Adjusted ned for the new school and a

0 construction budget of $400,

Budget To StateThe bt NtUf S o'f' 000 was set up, to Include
< cost of the building and to
d O
County School Board In furnish k. McBryde who Is

MMlon yesterday put It* clamp oUM > 9/Q also the architect on the new

of approval on a proposed final qy/ school, estimated construction

1964-65 school budget retching costs will run about $423,000,

$3,367,466 and ordered It sent Including alr-condltlonlng.: The

to Tallahassee for tudy by the TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 1964 8 PACES 10 CENTS "ht YEAR NUMBER 12 0ar v board asked that careful study

state department. Jwrtfiade to reduce the cost,

and ordered the submit
If state approves this budget plans
will require a mtllage of 8.99, ted to the state department

budget up 41 mills previously over the studied tentative and No Increase In Tax Rate Seen And for approval or disapproval.

ordered advertised. SIIOHT TERM LOAN

Finance Officer RobertStowell I lie heard contemplated) a

advised board members slight
mlllage Increase was due to id*. lhe Jf roiHiiuctlon 1 1 aid to buy equipment ) *

dine In anticipated state funds.At Council Puts Record Hoard iiwinher :sari)

the time the tentative budget was Join1ui.. cd Immediate action!
prepared the state figures were'
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS noting; that Imniolulcc will face
not available. u "CIOIM! overcrowJnj| ; in the

Broken Into Us three parts r h Yn MOSCOW (W Alesel .VIthulwi ....'luMl.. < by the fall of IOCSlie ,

the document shows that alum editor 01 (till' rovviiuiKMitne .- pointed to time roiii>umiiijctlou

of $2,487,881 will beneededlnthe i|".in| >r UveKlU mil\ son-In. In jjcti Instate!: and bo.irJrin.it

support and maintenance' see Budget Under Glass law i 1)1 Premier. Khruahchrv. approval) on )plan plus
In the Interest *a s HUM II rh. 'o fur Mteirelations .
ment; $3JS,991 > Ii im Jdvcrtl. and sinking fund; and $543,594 In \ 1".I..I".nIt'11. r>inu
nln < of connirinloo .ind po.<-
bond construction funds. ny and the' Soviet Union
P lhle dclay Ivcamc of unfa*
"It ni' 'ms to UK Hut Bonn la
The SAM budget calls for a I City Council this morning Ii'r al t ,rossroads" AiMiubel It- vorahlc catlicr' during; con

mlllage rate of 7.44 ; the US began Its series of conferences - Ixiilcil Monday after .i visit to struction.
fund rate of 1.55 mills and
a ; to study and discuss the West Geinuiu ,
-- -- -
the bond construction budget requires *
$1,050,596 budget that City Manager "Wlut furies what currents
no mlllage.The
Vince Wood distributed ) and tendencies! will gain the upper
chairman of the Junior Recreation .
total millage of 8.99 will ha ml |prudence' ui re<'k.
to Council members at Monday's -
be levied against an assessed Board Is Rick Clemona.hown. lessness We tax equalization meeting.
valuation of taxable property of Active in school affairs thin does not di-pond. on us," lie
Archie Turner -
Mayor expressed
175214720. Each mill Is expect Rick also nerved a* the vice said.
ed to return about $166,454 or president of Interact and as the hope that Councilcan Ad/.hul..1 l met with Chancellor

about 99 per cent of the total member of the Sophomore steer complete Its study of the Ludwig Erhaid to explore the Jets

valuation. This figure stems from leg committee. Rick {Is also budget without Interruption, so |xwsll>llity of t visit to Boon by

bonuses granted to taxpayer pay. membership chairman for the the revised budget can be made Khrusln hey,
available as soon as possible.
log taxes early. Naples Teen Club and sends outmembership cf't -

cards after applications During the next couple weeks TOKYO (AP)-The Japanewprosemtlon < To N. Viet
State funds will provide $952, Council will add to or subtract ,
734 for the SAM fund. The tax. are turned into members from Wood's proposed demanded |tOtlIV
eight to ten months
payer will contribute $1,450. or the board or the recreation linpilson.
Council sees fit. Last meet for four men accused of WASHINGTON) Tlic
526 to the fund. The state does
depsrtment. August, Council trimmed orianUIng; the I960 demonstration Pentagon. aid today a mmilx-r!
Its fund
not contribute to the
and the taxpayers will be taxed, Wood's proposed 1963-64 against James C. /llagerty' of Chinese Communist )>t.t fight.

for $258,004. In the overall bud. budget $33,000 to $964.042. press secretary to former UA 'era have been sent into North

get it 1* estimated that state Kennedy Names The manager's proposed v President Dwight l D. Elsenhow.er. Vietnamese base.

funds provide about 48 per cent 1964-65 budget, though $53,000 a Artl'fr'. Sylvester defense

I of the money needed to run Co:". higher Jhan the $997.322 budgethe TU demonstration/ ful'l ed press chief, recalled that last
Her County school through 1984. Group To Weigh proposed last year, docs cancellation of a Visit to Jlnin| !,week Secretary of Defense Robert ,

63. not ask for Increase In ad by Eisenhower and the resigns. S. McNamara had said IIPexpected
Law EnforcementNEW lion of then Prime Minister Nd. the Red Chinese to In.
The 196443 mlllage rate Is up taxes. M 4 busuke KUhl.
n (troduco planes Into North Viet
Instead he recommends that
.32 of a mill over the 196344 ,
YORK (AP) Atty. l Nam.
levy of 8.67 mills. Council utilize one-third of the
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy has an. TOKYO (AP) U.S. Amhas.sador "
two. ,ear-old "cash carry- "We now have Indications,
nounced that an Office of Crlmi.
Edwin O. 1I1'111'hul'r
over' of approximately $168, pre'| Sylvester said, "that a numberof
be established -
nal Justice will dieted today US.Japenese re.
4 Tires Cost within the U.S. Department of 398 to supplement revenues and IJ .eeiw Utlons would, exjierlpni "a rel. Chinese Communist MlGlTs
and MIG17 have l been Intro
balance _ _ _
Justice to make a critical re. theClry's first million- _
atlvely stormy perlo l the next
Cuba Viet Nam.
In duced into North
$1,500 view of the fairness and effec. dollar budget. After this year, three or four months' but that

Last 3 Months tlveness of federal law enforce. there still would be enough It would nut harm ties betweenthe "Thl ha* been expected for

ment. "cash carryover" left, Wood two silica.Relschauer some lime because of known
MIAMI AP Four tires He the office will help .. preparation such ** lengthen.
( ) nays says, to help "preclude sporadic -- --- ----- ---- told the Foreign.

cost $1,500 In Cuba, an auto mechanic "Insure that the departmentover Increases In tax rates to NEW ADMINISTRATION at Naples Junior High School this year will Correspondents Club of Japan log of runways of airfields in
said which I preside I I. more the different the Hanoi area ItSylvesler
who fled the country would revolve
accommodate unusual and unanticipated include Piincipnl) James E. Binndon (seated) and Arthur SeiflmK
today. They are Cuban made than a department of prosecu. around Japan' trade with Com. was asked If Chi
demands not uncommon who will be the guidance dim tor. Se story, (NEWS: photo)
tires and will last about three tlon and I I. in fait the Depart. In a urban munlat nations negotiations on nemi Communists were flying
months, he added.A ment of Justice." fast-grow a new North 1'111'111. fisheries the planes.

box of bearings for automo. Kennedy disclosed the plan area. agreement and an agreement to He replied that the pilot
bile will bring $500 said the Monday in a speech to the crlm. The cash carryover result- allow Japanese airliners to fly could N North Vietnamese,

refugee Pedro Lopez. There Is Ins law section of the Ameri. ed from an unspent two-mill Junior Has New out of New but that he did not know

such a scarcity of parts, he can Bar Association on the capital Improvement levy In High YorkBANGKOK whether these Red Chinese

added that prices keep rising. opening day of the association' 1962-63. Afterthe general obligation plane are Intended for air

A medium sized 1959 car cost annual meeting. bond Issue was passed Thailand (AP) -defense or other action.

$18,000 or $20,000, Lopez said. The attorney general named in 1963, It was decided not to The U.S. Navy tnni|>ort Core laexperte'l lie was asked If U.S. Navy

American made 1960 automo. Prof. James Vorenberg 36, of spend any of the revenues from A4llllinistrative Staff here Thumlay" > arr> plane had been "acrambled"
lug an undlncloiie l niimlxr of
bile, the last to arrive from the Harvard Law School a* the first the two-mill tax.PROSPECTS. 10 meet Chinese! plane at any
helicolders| for U.S. furies In
United States have been con. head of the new office. time.

faceted by the Castro regime Vorenberg Is working on a GOODA When Naples<: Junior High four years he has been super El Mont of his work has been ass Thailand American military He said that It has been
sources said (
criminal law study for the "stable and School opens on August 31 It will vising principal of the schools, guidance director The relay known for a long lime that Rod
predictable aourtes said the
American Law Institute. have a new principal and new He Is beginning his 10th year Isle education was obtained at shipment China had planes based on the
of taxation -
TIDES rare remains reportedly sed of
In addition to the new office, property guidance counsellor on its ad. as a leather and principal. He Northwestern University atEvanston omrx> Island of Hainan on the eastern
11.34 ,
one of our paramount type hellroiters| is part of
Kennedy suggested creation of mlnlstratlve staff. hold bachelor and mailer de.
a side of the Gulf of Tonkin.
III. where he was
High Uw commission to study law en. goals, Wood said "All signs James E. Brandon who will grees from Furman University at granted both a bachelor and mas. major buildup of Amerlon He said he did not know Im.
am. p.... forcement all point to the realization of constant Greenville S.C. military equipment In Thailand
a.m. pm. over the country. guide the destinies of the Na. ter degree. He Is a member of over the past few weeks.The mediately whether any Navy
AUI.lI* 2:2X 2.20 8:0: Kill Kennedy did not give detailson healthy growth along witha pies Junior High School this yearas Brandon has been associated PI Kappa Alpha fraternity the planes have been sent up

AUI 12 2.58 3:1& *.5: $ O:1SAug. : the duties of Vorenberg and conservative and stable policyof principal I* a native of Union with the American Legion and the Illinois Eduratlon Association; munlst move offensive followed a Com. to look over any night by the
13 3:25 4:11: '::1 IJ tIC: his staff Included in their gen. taxation." S.C., and cornea to Naples from Klwanl Club.He has membershipIn National Education Association; Laos neighboring Chinese plane, .

Au,. II J.5H 5:1t: 10:11: 10:23Aug. eral assignment will be Improv. A nine-mill property tax, Clewlston where for the last the Florida Education Asso. and the Illinois Guidance; and

IS 4:41: &:5I IIS: 11:1: log the handling of such matter same as last year, will bringIn elation; National Aasoclatlon of Personnel Association. He has
a* federal arrests, providing the Secondary School Principals; and authored a number of artldea
approximately $614,534, i
Add hoar fur Maw counsel for the -- Kappa Phi Kappa a professional
one poor and psycht.atrlc for the latter association.Serfllng .
said. Other revenues Vince Makes Only
Add one hour Naples Ray bridge examination of prisoner. will manager total an estimated $378 Ranger Reports education His family fraternity consist of wife has been otfli active lal for In Conboy I
many vears as an
770, and the $57,292 portion Mary con Jack who 1* a Junior at
of the cash carryover will balance County Had Six the University of South Carolina high i> tool football, basketball' ,

Turks Cypriots AcceptUN the budget. Fires In MonthAlan son Jim, an eighth grader and, ted and at wrestling.numerous district lie has, offlrla.regional Protest To City Tax RollNaples

Proposed expenditures ire Mark, who will be In the third and lertlonal state meets in

up for nearly all departments. grade; and daughter, Janet, a IlllnoU basketball and wrcMlIn .
E, appoint ; Ings and Royal Harbor
King, newly seventh grader. taxpayers are almost were
Total proposed operating expenditures ed county ranger for the Fire The family will live at 1273 He will :o forced to ra 1'.1. unanimously In accord with theCily'a assessed "arbitrarily and sub.
Cease-Fire AppealUNITED debt
are $823,289
Control District, reports six Lastrada Lane, numerous officiating assign valuation of their proper. Manually below their fair cash
. service $157,307, capital Improvements fires In the during the manta for the coming school ly if Monday' City Council lax value" because of the contract
$15,000,contingency : of county GUIDANCE; ; MAN year, and resign as assignment equalization public hearing I I.any The protest wa somewhat of
NATIONS, N.Y. aging that both governments $25,000, and cash reserve July. Arthur Serfllng the new Junior secretary of toe College Con. indication. a formality. Conboy has made
(AP) U.N. Secretary-General have responded positively and $30,000. The fires Included two caused High guidance counsellor Is a ference of Illinois. The equalization hearing last similar attack on the land con.

U Thant laid Monday night without conditions In his budget, Wood asks by lightning, one each debris native of Oak Park HI, and for His family! rOM I'" of his wife. ed only eight minutes. The only tract for three straight year.

Turkey and Cyprus have ac. "These decisions of the two Council to enlarge the police burning and Incendiary the past two years has been gul. Ruth, alto. Is a Kindergarten tea two persons in the audience other H* filed suit against the City

cepted the U.N. appeal for a government now afford an op. force by four men boost the and two caused by smokers. dance director In the Liberty ch.r. and five children Dvugh. than a reporter and the City'schief and the developer after Coun.
cease-fire without condition portunity for definitely endingthe It was estimated 99 acres were vllle and )Mundeleln (El) high ter Susan Is a senior al Mr accountant Ned WU.on. ell denied his complaint at the
He pledged that the United Na. contribution to the Chamberof chooU. He has 22 of Murry College in Jacksonville
fighting and relaxing tensionIn burned over.Rainfall years ex. were lawyers Walter Condon and 1(92 equalization hearing.
lions would exert every effort to Cypru Commerce 87 per cent, and for the month was pertence, 10 at Lake Forest ni., and Sally will be a anion Robert B. McDaniel Jr. That suit 1* still pending To
keep the peace on Cyprus. lease an IBM 704 computerto HI., and nine at Arlington Heights, In high school this year. Sor Tax Assessor Bert Flnkston protect his client' Interest In
Thant'a statements were "A will be my purpose to take simplify billing and account- reported at 6.30( inches. Since Steven is a Junior at Northwts.: presented the 1984 assessmentroll the legal action, Condon flied

made in a report to U.N. Securl. fullest possible advantage of Ing work. If the computer January rainfall has measured Weather OutlookPartly tern University and a memberof of $78,541,540, of which complaInts last year and again

ty Council members circulated this opportunity by exerting ... U not obtained, wood says, 30.46 inches. the varsity wrestling ham 888,281,800 Is subject to tax this year against the land con.
shortly after the Turkish and cry effort toward constructive money will have to be spent Last! year during July, Collier Son &''>tt will he In the eighth Then he read the only complaint, tract

Cyprus government announced peacekeeping arrangement In for repair or replacement of County had eight fires cloudy to cloudy with grade tin, ;year and the young. a letter from Condon protesting Last month, Circuit Judge Ar.
all area of the Island." He gave Matured mainly afternoon eat, Stanley will bea fifth grader.
they would enforce a cease-fire. Since January the control unit alleged! unequal assessment i-hle Odom ruled In favor of Con.
The Turk declared however no Indication of any new mea*. present has been battle I ihundrrihimrM today andNedneilday. Serflin who has been attend caused
machines, and hiring of another called out to a by the fubmerged-Iand boy, but the developer In all
urea the United Nation might and teat htng school this
Ing turn
that they would continue reconnaissance Low tonight Lethe contracts.
will be total of US blazes A total probability will appeal that de.
flights over Cyprus be planning employee probably of 2,747 acres of land have TO*. High" Vtednetdayle a4 mer re< elved his appointment at "I have continued to honor the vision loth state Supreme Court.
until Creek; Cypriot force with. government has necessary."We a late date and ha* not romple. existing land contracts finks
The Cyprus been burned over during the 91. Sovthri.f to south The City I I. expected to Join In
draw to position they occupied asked for another Security would plan to start Immediately far. Ind 10 to 20 miles. per hour ted plan to bring hla family tc ton told Council. Condon, re. the appeal.
Aug. 5. Council meeting but there was loprogramthewmContinued ( year so Naples. He has purchased two presenting Vincent H. Conboy Under the contract the CIt
except loftily higher )
In his statement Thant said no Immediate indication when lots In Aqualane Shores and plan stated that lots owned develop.

"It I* gratifying and encour. this might take place. ( on page 2) --- ia shone". to bull a home er* of port Royal The Moor. Continued

Note ToMerchants, Annual Back- To-School Edifion--August 20


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Z 1 ULt.ItR Ol l'Y iR'; Tuesday, August 11, 1964 Council +el: Conboy. .
SignsSE ( Continued from pagi i ,,
(Continued fiom page li I
-KiwanisHears Matthews has assessed developer,ow, .
puter) machine to handle payroll lots in certain subdivisions "

general ledger posting, acreage until 60 per cent of t ,

and utility Invoicing and post Asian lots are sold. The County ,d.i,,., ,

3 Famous Names Combining ing," the manager explained. r f 4 not retognlM these contracts :,t

"Later we would add tax and f making Its assessments, and Oil i!

special assessment accountingto side of that, the City and Con',,'

labor In the Tax Resolution tax rolls are the same.
cut costs
In Huge Marco Development Department." For 1964, the City's total '
+ t
, taxable real property is $1,0",4
'.\' \MIIGTONn: ( Presr.I. 480 less than the county ,.
M.R. "BulI"--Mattbews conference. 'It would take an u"
gen. signed I
1 I.' t Johnson\ his
tlon Presumably most
Sr0r.it manager for Marco Island art of Congress to get even a additional police pat ro!I- " .ssmnal lesolutlon sup. difference Is due to, the land of t IT.I,
Development Corp., with officeson telephone rail Into the office oc. SoutheistVslj cal '
men will allow a third patrolcar ''MI p his icttons in tracts.
Eighth! Street, South,was guest copied by the three men during I"
to be on the road around .llId s,ue he hopes After hearing Condon's
.;(,speaker at last night's meeting this conference," Matthews quip the clock Wood said. recd. around the world as It mm
day plaint Monday behalf
every on of ell,
erpf the Klwanls Club at Baroni's.t' .
"Three famous names.. ped.Matthews covered the build. "This is essential to provide states .|plaints., 'where America. boy, Count voted to d.nI\ ,

Marco.Mackle.Colller .? re. ing history of the firm, mention. protection In a town containing stands"To ..111oltmt'd attack upon request for relief Titen Count ,i

present a union which Is to i, Ing Port Charlotte, Deltona, con. 90 miles of streets and an assessed oui forl'ei," said the President, accepted Plnkston's tax roll is

,1 change raw land Into a < ltof structlon around Miami, and the valuation of $77 mil "we shall repl). presented and adjourned.

tomorrow," said Matthews at naval station at Key West He lion." "To am In Southeast Asia
of his talk plant said plans are in the formative Another
sthe beginning on building Inspector
who ask our help In defending. send air strikes against Noit I
'<,ifo develop a city of 10,000 on state for condominiums, one to is recommended to help theCity's their freedom, 11"e shall give It." Vietnamese PT boats and base
Marco Island within the next 10 include 1.300 units.Revealing .
building Inspection staff With and .
mllltao corgres.slontl in retaliation for attacks 0''
c years' and In the future a city some $
. ; f about the development of Mar. to keep up with the rapid Increase leaders grouped around American destroyers In the GUI I
4> 50,000 people.
In construction In him, Johnson signed the joint of Tonkin.
The speaker briefly covered co Island to come, he said 50,.
. ,the 54.year.old history of the 000,000 yards of sand and shell recent years. -- resolution Monday with a couple "This resolution," he added
dozen the East Room of
b,Cackle family as builders and will be moved. There will be Wood again recommends that "HI' I'L.E'S0: : SIT I'L.\\E-"t': 2'i" haps the ultimate in sub.subsonic planes the White pens House in "coirrlims of the and reinforces I pen* .

developers, begun by the father 300 miles of bulkheads construe.ted the big City Hall meeting room Is assigned to greet the VIP visitors at Pane Heldash.. in plate of a "folo! \\"-me" Noting Its quick and almost ers to all Americans president tc use piedrc these
. ( and will be In
nand now controlled by the three brought be air-conditioned at a cost jeep. The snappy. moreor-less-scale rear engine biplane itself into a tizzy reaching unanimous passage In both with all the wisdom ,
from nine miles to the powers an
,..(brothers, Robert Frank and El.itiot north of a the point Island. of 5000. The only other capital 35 niph., and has the same flying ability as a penguin-none. At the controls: Air houses of Congl..... Johnson re Judgment God grants to me."

each holding a president'stcchair An administration building anda Improvements he has recommended Marshal C. Roy Slemon. deputy commander in chief. North; American Air Defense Com marked "The unanimity of the With passage of the resolu

.. In today.the corporation as it.operates motel will be opened before are paving of the mand. Togged out in a World War I ensign's uniform to add a little atmosphere: Capt. Congress reflects the unanimity lion, he said, "our course i I'

:> "The firm Is probably unique November this year, he said. parking area behind City Hall, Benjamin N>'steun. of the country." clearly known In even land.
Other Include $5,000) and additional Johnson recalled he had asked "There roc be no mistake.
eiAn this respect of having three plans completionor ) providing for the L.i <
presidents," said Matthews He the beginning of constructionof paved parking for planes at resolution approving his miscalculation or where Amen I
ontlnued with the family story a yacht club, a golf course, the airport 5000. actions after 01'(let'Ing American" ca Minds 01 what this genet I

.cby saying the mother of the numerous park*,15 model homes, Proposed expenditures by Anti-Poverty Bill To Be naval forces last Tuesday to tton of .tniertcans stands for."

three men meets with them each 400 water front lots laid out and department

.dfrlday' morning at 8:30 for a 1,600 Inland home sites ready, Mayor and council 10437.
November 1.

homes"The which MIDC will alms be to a tributeto design' city$7,623 manager accounting$21,062$36,433City clerk For Fall NOON M

" Working CampaignWASHINGTON STOCKSNl :
Area Teachers Marco Island," Matthews said. Hall $24,908court and attorney I

He spoke briefly on plans to $11,892, tax assessing collecting ,
Meeting Aug. 26 advertise and methods of selling $14,285, building Inspection -
(AP) The giving governors a veto In then' 21 bracket would be asi
* Several hundred teachers homes and lots to Insure steady and zoning $27,086, Senate sent to President Johnson .., states on aid to community, at i I signed age to conservation camps or \VO1"K (API- SI,,". k. d I IAlllsClnl n. ;

from Collier Sarasota DeSoto, development of the picturesque police $116,569. fire $40,001, today the $947 5-mllllon an.., well as privately financed, an.' resident training centers Mm,,t Wit 39'sNatfau '

).,Lee, and Charlotte Counties will Island. recreation $47,640, public tlpoverty bill designed to give tlpoverty projects. The gover.i .' Under the bill's terms, the Flie.stone 40'' : $3
...hear lop night Florida educators In Kiwanis business, It was works $329,703, employee work to Idle youth and to hel i nors also could block establishment '1 government would finance part. 120: Fla Pw 51'K 2i': '

speak to them on the subject, announced that the Division 11 benefits $47,350 contributions low.Income families get off re.>, of the proposed Job corpsIn i i time employment for college \li oa 66'e Fla rL 801,, ltDlst c cNAou
eVBetter of FEA"IIlat caucus to elect a Lieutenant lief, their states.The AmAIr 4Ti I Av riO'
$20,000, miscellaneous $68 students and for youths who Ford Sl'jFrnibt r G'PMUfor '' ,
will be held In Area AmBrk 5751AmDUPar I'enmn >
the FEA Area X-b meeting to governor 300, contingencies $25,000, Completing congressional ac.tlon antipoverty measure rep.''want to complete their second. DH 12 PUtt' 33''
.si be held In Fort Myers, August dla on Saturday, August 22. The cash reserve 30000. the Senate accepted House resents Johnson's major on.hls... ary schooling or take vocation 40V FreitSul 364FrtHiTl 57', 1 11'epCola
26, new man will succeed Carl Hol. amendments to the original Sen.., own' legislative achievementsince AmCan 43% I
brook who has served In that Breakdown of public works AmCyan 66% 32Vs >> 731iIiillf'et ,
in Along with members of the FEA ate version even though some he became president last authorizes
measure ap. Gf>nDl'n 3\\ n1
office during 1964, expenditures administration Am Mot UI,j 537 ,
cnTeam Dr. Joe disliked November. Most of
which Includes were by sponsors of the the other propriation of $315 million to .
> Gen El ft"!.
teHall, president of FEA, Ed. Hen A nominating committee an. $25,575, engineering$3,600 lot bill The Senate action was by :domestic measures sent to him pay up to 90 per cent of the cost AmTob 33 ,i RC32
CenFdM 90'/I '
nounced following slate of AmpxCp 16', : nel'S1! 411.
srfderson, executive secretary, and can. mowing and clearing $8,350 voice vote.Enactment. by Congress were proposed of financing antipoverty
dilates for office in the local pro. Anaconda 44% GenMllls 42% RtltyToh 42': ,
nMrs. Carolyn Dotson, chairman garbage and trash $79,950, of the bill was a originally by the late President grams carried out at the com. '
of the Classroom Teachers Dar club for 1965 President Phil street repair and maintenance major victory for Johnson who John F, Kennedy, munlty level Armour 48 GenMtrs 0216 StRepP 3O'a

blpartment, will be guest speaker Drunk and Tom Elwood; for first $70,728, lights and signs $39, had given the legislation high.i Once It becomes law, the The measure also authorizes ACL 801/: Goodrich'' 43s 94'Goodyi : .': Sunburn III .5211: 'I"i

lUesse Stuart, Pulitzer Prize win. vice president, Rhys Beatty and 150, parks and parkways $93. est priority In the closing days measure will authorize wide special assistance to poverty.stricken Babcock 32% i iGreylmd Sears 1171NIK .'
Walt Phelan for second vice BiO 40 2; /: 'In+lh' 46 '
author and lecturer from ; of the session. It
Snelng was opposedby spread activity by the govern farmers and small
700, beach and lake maintenance very Gulf Oil
president Bob Macauley and Dick BethStl 37 bUllY 82
Sen. ment In several fields.
aGreenup Ky. Barry Goldwater Re. Johnson
businesses aid for
$4,800, bay dock $1,000, migrant Milan 77VIntMck
Chamberlain; for treasurer, Bill publican presidential nominee. Included these expenditures in Boeing :53 31 SouthnC 64
farm workers and establish
Jones and Rae Hendrix. airport 2850. Brunswk 8'/4: 77% Sl'el't'yR 14
... The money figures In the bill his budget and the actual mon. ment of a of volunteer
The club will nomina. The Is similar corps CaterTr 32% lilt Pa;. 32ViJonesil
edl accept 90-page budget are authorizations. Congressmust ey Is expected to be providedIn StBrand\! 70V
workers to be $50 month
School lions from the floor at next Mon.day's In form to last year. Added vote appropriations in a a supplemental appropriations to serve, In the paid over-all a antipoverty ., Celanese 70 Vs 1. 80% Texaco 60''K'
meeting and the election of Chrysler Si'sCocaCola : features are graphs showing supplemental bill If the programIs bill. ? Thiokol 131 i
1965 officers will be held Mon. Naples' growth In the last 15 to get started this fall. The measure authorizes $412: Low interest loans uptol,500 1354 Kou'cott 86 VsLig&My U Carb 1191UiiitAlu ,

BusinessThe day, August 24. years and photo\Zraphsandtext Sargent Shrlver who Is ex. million for programs aimed at would be provided needy farm CornEd 53i'/ LodiM 80 491"! < ,

giving the history of each department peeled to be named to admlnls. increasing the education, train. families for Improvement of ConEdls 89'4 Lorlllaid 36V. UnFruit 2IIt:

on divider ter the program, has estimatedit ing and work experience of their farms These families ContCan 5038 41klag'volt US awl 17'UnlvMit n
School Board yesterday pages. >
discussed briefly a petition sign. Free Enterprise Another new feature Is Inclusion should reach 600,000 persons young men and women. This In. could get loans of up to $2,500 to duPont DowChe 261 68 /4 301 58j<,RMMiM : 121wwteEi : ,
directly in the first year and up cludes establishment of a job assist in 3,1,>
them developing non- i iWlimlXx
22nd of the ,
ed by 26 residents along water utility, sewer E\L 3014 Mohas 'o 13%
to 7 million families In which in <
through corps youths the 16. term Income. 3;,
Avenue, North, complaining of a Advocate Acting utility and maintenance shop community action projects. E.Kodnk 13QI4 Mons'to 78*!''i ,ilwtll 28'' it i iW
ii i angerous and dusty situation operation
budget In the Jast Before passing the bill Saturday .
lialong, the avenue caused by stu. pages of the ouaget volume the House Into It what l "" ;; :
limits with Chief Of :' : 'Y;
,relents exceeding speed ItalyROME ,- some senators called disturb. ')i uWXT -
.M elr cars. The board moved to
Ing loyalty oath and governors'veto
oturn the problem over to Superintendent CAP) Cesare Merca.
W.D Reynolds and gora an advocate of free enter. .provisions over some projects.

.Principal Wallace Woodruff, for prise, has taken office as acting California But Senate sponsors decided

1I$ludY, president of Italy, and this could against making any fight over s
mean trouble for the new cen.
ul'e . ter.left government of Premier points
Kl Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of
"*: Aldo Moro. Court Rules Minnesota, the assistant Demo.
will be
It was announced there Moro, a 47.year.old Christian
.% cratlc leader, said that "while
county.wlde teachers meetingen Democrat, heads a government
we don't like of It
some parts
-- Thursday, August 27, starting consisting of Christian Demo. ,
at 9 a.m. and concluding with a crate, Democratic Socialists, we're going to take the House

barbecue at S p.m, at the Naples Socialists, and Republicans.Last For Salinger this bill In order"to get moving on

Senior High School. The idea of month, when Moro was program
Sen. Pat McNamara D.Mich.
the barbecue was initiated last forming his new governmentwith WASHINGTON (AP) -The said In a separate Interview he
fall and was put on by Sheriff the aid of the Socialists Senate Rules Committee voted had become convinced that U y p1tt.

E.A, Doug Hendry and Mayor Merzagora openly opposed the 6.1 today for Pierre Salinger as the Senate which Its
Archie Turner. The First National coalition formula. senator from California.The +ucT C'
version July 23, sent the measure .
Bank financed the project. At that time, Merzagora, 65, committee decided on a
to Senate-House commit. 4 I
It was reported that Ad Miller was president of the Italian Sen.party.line vote that the Demo. ,,
tee, It might die there when
and Associates will conduct a ate. Three days. ago a stroke cratlc appointment, by Gov. Ed. Congress adjourns. rly
tour of the area for the teachers felled President Antonio
Segnl, mund G. Brown of California "We've got to take the House
again this year and Monday the Italian govern. was "valid, proper and legal" bill," he said. "It's the only way

nl ment decided the 73-year. old The Rules Committee action we can get one."

it see president is temporarily incapa. followed a 2.1 pa rty.lIne dect. The House measure Includeda

ble of performing his duties. slon of the Subcommittee on provision that all individuals
Upon recommendation by Superintendent The presidential post Is large Privileges and Elections, which receiving government payments

> Reynolds the board Iy ceremonial, but It gives Mer- conducted a hearing Monday on must sign non-Communist affi

'Approved the appointment of the angora the power to refuse to the challenge raised by George davits. Such a provision in the
-follow Ing teachers Janet B.Crls.ttan sign decrees Issued by Mora's Murphy, Republican nominee National Defense Education Act

Shadowlawn; Donald Sims, government Moro Is expectedto for senator in November. caused some colleges to reject
Immokalee high; Albert Van Net. Issue several decrees to fight Salinger already has taken hit government aid and it eventual. c

fta, Jr., Sarah P. Tyson, and Ar. Italy's economic slump. seat, subject to the inquiry. ly was repealed.The .

thur Tyson, Jr., Immokalee Elementary Refusal by Mer tagora to signa Sen. D. Everett Jordan, D. House also Inserted a pro.

; Harriett A. Brown and decree would kill\ it unless N.C., announced the Rules Com. vision rejected by the Senate
Janet A. Hutchinson, at Bethune both houses sent It back to the rnlttee decision, and said the Ni Jt

Elementary. president with a two.thlrcls ma. committee's report and recom. . . . . . . e . -
Two teaching assistants were Jorlty. mendatlon to validate the seat.

appointed to serve at the Naples Merzagora doesn't belong to Ing of the appointed successorto Today InHISTORY

Senior High Norma Jean Allen any political part. During the late Sen. Clair Engle D

and Mildred M. Morgan. World War II, he was a member Calif., will be presented to the

Other appointments Included: of the antifascist resistance.In Senate Wednesday,

Betty L. Savidge, clerk-typlst at 1947, he was named minis. The California Supreme Court . . . . . . . .
county office; Joe P. Brown at. ter of foreign trade and eventu. ruled Monday' that the appointment ,
endance, Naples area; Thomas ally boosted the Italian economy was valid, rejecting with. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tC

Muggings, bus driver-custodian, through his vigorous promotion out comment a request from Today Is Tuesday, Aug. 11,

Dupont; Myron Brown, bus drl.wr of Italian exports, Murphy, a former Hollywood the 224th day of 1964. There are

Naples; Rosemary Permen. A medical bulletin this morn. actor, that it be annulled. 142 days left In thejear.Today's .

ir, custodian part time, Immo. ing said there was considerable Salinger Is the Democratic highlight In history .
nee Mary Ranney, secretary; On this date in 1918, Washing .
Improvement in Segnl's iondl. nominee to meet Murphy In No.
Naples Senior High t Barbara3oodlette tlon. vember, ton announced the organization
clerical asslstantNa. of the first United States field
seated "wlthoutpreJudice"
Salinger was
des Senior High and Yvonne army In France. It was placed
rohnson librarian Carver OFFICIAL !FISHING TIME last Wednesday, under the direct command of
Rhool. MOVriCFLLO. Ky. (.AP) with the question of the legality Gen. John J. Pershlng.
kind of slow in, of the appointment referred to
Following resignations were Things |et On this date
the Rules Committee,
..ccepted Thomas DamlanlElla Monticelloon a \\rdnud.. afternoon In 1902, Oliver Wendell ..I' .,.
K, McCarVllle, Diane Marquis, that's fishing time,, Sen Carl T. Curtis, R-Neb., Holmes was appointed a justice / /

Mid Gertrude Emmerllng tea Doctors and grocers have worked I the only Republican at today's of the Supreme Court. \ xd

[,tiers, and Clarence E. Brown, out a routing schedule among i: meeting of the subcommittee In 1323 Herbert Hoover ac.

bus driverALLSTATE. themselves so health and he would file a minority re. cepted the Republican presl emergencies can be met. Otherwise yport.. tlal nomination. \ \ Jilt'

its everybody over to i Curtis challenged the decisionon In 1943, President Franklin D. ..
Q nearby Lake Cumberland. the ground that, "U the Call .v ITIPHCNS BOSiw) 01 t ceo
YOU'REIN Roosevelt and British Prime
fornla statute requiring that the

; GOOD valid governor, the appoint Salinger an appointment elector is openeJ ference Minister! their Winston first Quebec Churchill con. DON'T YOU I READ BEFORE YOU BUY?

JlANDS Is not lawful If It Is invalid
I In 194J, the Allies\ told Japanits
WITH then there Is no authority for surrender offer was satlsfac. And don't you sometimes reread Print adVMtmflK put people Print impart*it1'I'j 'rtant druik ul rlin print- here reaiKWlHi ,

the governor to make any ap. tory. itud)', compare figure' who are tint 1 to a purrhsseclose jllo"for<."I.>rf il prv-rntrtKini, ) peopk un keep their-

polntment Su. Ten years ago . A squall clip ease,end shat to friend,' to the kInd i.f t information mike, IJ'flnl unpre..inna" , eyes on it. get their hantU on
Curtis said the California \\'hen 'ou're on the brink of they demand :''lor" ., take lu I
capsized 70 racing sailboats off ) '(upcr people trai|< to the M. mike the most of it,
@t )... CRAIGE WHY RISK 'EM ? preme Court ruling Monday had Interpreted Marblehead Mass., but a speedboat buying tnnvou hungry! /for magazine* .and!I I hr,,ill) ''n, let oint-nf pimruxmmething. Print make seer, liriauttpnm

{'mot' Acct, no bearing on his views. He fleet rescued all aboard the (acts f fUlurrl. dimei .mn.. them linger with \.,,it mouge If }uu sc to tell it iiukn tab,.
NO RISK 'EM I the court decision as
Aent sailing craft. sty 1I.uJ"II..ili..prko' fur at long M the) like. will pit you f to promote it reg-
leaving the matter to the
CALL NOW FOR Mlf.., decide Five years ago . Queen .

EXPERT fty/CCf: Elizabeth cancelled plans for a 0'r oft itrw fnmnJ tj tht Print AJ': Antcuitm eel
tour of West Africa following\ trtitnf {:

INSURANCEat NORISKCHEMICAL MAICO pertlng the announcement a hlld. she was ex. :L. .1.

.. Service One year ago Rewards ..
AIIKltf in,.'.nc, Comp nfoiMdtd > Hearing
b, Sttrt Rotbuch and CO totalling $738,000 were offered &bt allie'-' Nt IDS
"C th nd,p'na.nl' atielt and ,Md* DUteri. Hnlr fi/r the capture of the bandit
,,it .1. GUARANTEE E S. K> ith B-'il" Rnrinx OYa
Ham* 0f,et. Shok"i III 1UH gang whll'l.tolled the great
Al NUT- 148 P. O, B 4X1 HI British train robbery I


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: I Hill To Call Tuesday August 11. 1X4 COLLIER COITY NEWS 3


e ita For Sunshine
from Pope Takes RefrigeratorsDeath

- B* RAE WEAR Shuffler
-S* .. Traps

On Sunday, 16 nentareen.aaaenen'r-survived his he Sunshine Shufflers will First Ride In
August the Is by wife Clara, For ChildrenCHICAGO
most Reverend Bishop Cole- and two daughters Phyles and j.i!ice aa'urday evening, August

man'F. Carroll, bishop of the Charlotte and one son, all of I, 'o the calling of Lloyd Hill.M (AP)-Last winter,
Catholic Diocese of Miami,wUl California.The 1 Y..1tf dance Mil\ be at the club Leamond L. Fuwell, 29, bought

dedicate Saint Leo's new parish Righters through the .' :iS.Chlumsky Building, 950v HelicopterCASTEL a new refrigerator and put the

church In Bonita Springs. years have been frequent visitors i' r ial ve., at 8 pant If old refrigerator on the back

The dedication ceremonies here and only last April I hl" weather permits, dancing GANDOLFO Italy porch of his apartment.
will begin at noon, and win be spent two weeks here. His ,>i I b; outside. (AP) Pope Paul VI, making Because he has three children .
followed by a luncheon In BU friends all extend sympathy to i ast Saturday 70 dancers history's first papal helicopterride aged 3 to ", he tied the
hop Carroll's honor at the Bon the survivors. y) rated to the calling of Howard new today to the medieval door shut with plastic-coated
I fairish of Lakeland at town of Orvlrto clotheslines.Last .
ita Springs Spa and Hotel. The John Murphy Post #303: three small children
oiaber's Service Center an her.ul' The Italian. air force helicop Friday,
Saint Leo's was establishedby American Legion, of Bonita I Corners. Some SOof these ter look off from the plil'alaum. of George Hartman 30,
Bishop Carroll two years Springs, held their semimonthly mer r*'iM >n<-(' her who lives In the basement
ago,and religious services have meeting this past week In "> .re from, Lakeland and Plant The 75-inlie (trip northward to apartment beneath the Fuwells,
been held In the Igll Building, their club house.Interesting Cry i L 'hers came from Port the ancient cathedral town will climbed Into the old box. The
In the center of town since was the i harlotte! Punta Gorda, Fort be the flrwt. flight a pontiff has door closed, the children died.
September 1962. that the had taken the report- \'\ers, and Miami. The dances ever made by helicopter An epilogue to the short lives
The Deli church a modem- group responsibility preceded by a party at the It also will be the longest trip of Cynthia Hartman, 4, and her
type structure Nel- as a project, to owai Motel, and followed by Pope Paul has taken since he brothers, Joseph, S, and Marty,
designed by furnish life guards and chaperones uY midnight buffet supper and went to the Hull Land by Jet S. was written Monday. An In.
son A. Faerber, architect, of at the Bonita Springs Spa last January. died
Yellow Rock dance at the Cen- plane quest jury ruled that they
Naples, was erected on a 25- Pool on Friday evening when The papal schedule In Orvteto accidentally.The .
J' wenue hall.Yesterday .
acre tract of land acquired by this facility Is open to the teen Included Mass marking the Inquiry established no
the Diocese of Miami some agers. It Is urgently requested evening theShuf- 700th anniversary of the start of evidence as to what happened to
years ago, and Is situated off that all Legionnaires, auxiliary ',i-rs he J their regular month the annual Corpus Chrlsll feast the rope Fuwell tied around the

the Bonita Beach Road. members as well as parents sneering Ray Chaprell pre- day and a speech before he re. old refrigerator Probably at
The Catholic Church Extension In the Bonita Springs area, Rr ding Onlv routine business turns tonight to Castel Gandolfo. some time during the months
which has Its as transacted The meeting The Italian Mi Force suppliedthe \ the appliance sat on the back
visit the pool,observe the activities I
headquarters In was followed by a brief work- big helicopter for the flight.It porch someone needed the line
Chicago, has and assist In
any way op called by Hill conies one day after a major for something else
contributed the sum of $8,500
possible. papal document saying Roman A Mass of the Angels will be
towards the cost of the church This year's delegate Boys M To stretch green pas or map Catholicism will try for said for the youngsters Wednes

The Society has helped many State In Tallahassee, Jim Ga- n burn, add finely, deed *.tler>'. dialogue with all aspects of the day.The
parishes and missions throughout bany, was a guest and gave The celery can be cooked with modern world deaths pointed up a problem .
the Diocese and depends on an Interesting and detailed report the green vegetable In his encyclical "Ecctenlam that affects children everywhere .
contilbutlons from Its supporters on his activities while 'SUam," Pope Paul said Monday In the nation. It has not
to carry on this apostolic there. At the same time he the paths of church consciousness been solved despite federal legislation
work. expressed sincere appreciation TOASTMISTRESS officersfor of Itself\! church reform requiring push-out doorson

The public In general Invited to the post for sponsoring Council No. 5 are and church openness to the refrigerators made since
to attend the dedication him. shown (above) before world lay before contemporary 1958, and state laws requiringthat
Catholicism. doors be removed from discarded .
ceremonies and to visit the The post has just received a their conference began Against a background of war refrigerators

new church on Sunday August Child Welfare Award for 1964, this past Saturday at the threats In Cyprus and VietNam Fuwell's refrigerator had not

16. which makes the second conse- Tahitian Cove. They are i t a' the pontiff said In his encyclical been discarded. It was just Idle,
cutive award from both district Helen Voss (standing), l4 f't he would be "ready to and stored on his property
OBITUARY and state for Its activities In vice I chairman ; Hazel Intervene where an opportunity Each year, a dozen or more
Word has just been received this endeavor. Bartlett, council secretary w r J a' presents Itself, In order to assist children die of suffocation In

here by Mrs. Edythe McLaughlin In the near future a general ; Mrs. Jeri Jerabek, the contending parties lo find Idle refrigerators In 1962, the

that Arthur Gale Righter, clean-up of Legion building and president of host Naples honorable and fraternal" solutions toll reached a high of 33.

from Iowa, passed away July grounds Is contemplated. All club ; Polly Morgan council for their disputes became The deathtrap problem concern first

30th 1964 at the age of 67 post and auxiliary members treasurer; and Billie L. M The cathedral Is an outstanding In the 1930s a widespread when old Ice boxes

In Canoga Park, Calif. He urged to help In this effort Holland council chairman.On f example of Italian gothic were being discarded as the
Tony Rocco made his contri- the light, the Toast. y'b style. Tradition has It that the electric refrigerator was win.

bution to the birthday bank. mistresses are shown during w building was started In 1283: at nlng acceptance.It .
the request of Pope Urban IV to
Some birthdays appear few and their afternoon work- surged again after World
Awarded German commemorate the "miracle of
far between. shop. Speaking to them Bolvna." War n when resumption of civilIan .

Saturday, September 5, (standing) is Martha , appliance manufacturing
I Exchange GrantTo at twelve noon, the club and Maddow, regional secretary r ; Legend says that at nearby spurred a nlough-off of over-age
of blood
Bolsena In 163. drops electric coolers.
bar facilities will danc-
reopen; who handled table
miraculously appeared. on an altar Last year's boom refrigerator
Study Organ ing to live music will begin at topics. The conference included cloth before a priest who tor sales again heightened the
8:30 p.m.Sunday. eight clubs from 'v (Mr'J doubted the Church's teaching menace of abandoned boxes.

September 6 there the southern part of FlorIda that the body and blood of
will be T-bone steak dinner It concludes Sunday Christ are really present In the
for members,their families and with bread and wine of the Eucharist
an evaluation of the ti
friends, for an adult donationof conference. 2 From County

$1.75 and children under (NEWS photo) Receive Decree
12 $1.00. All dinners will be

by reservation only. Tickets From FloridaTwo
L 4 will be available from any Legionnaire Carol Wickenden .&

or the auxiliary president Attends Brevard H Chandler, father of Collier Countlans, Ruth
Mrs. Ethel Crltean. Mrs. Thomas Benson of Naples, Cerhh Wine of Everglades and
Serving will be from four to Music CenterCarol died Monday In Jack InnvtU) ,.Funeral Robert (. Mortland of Ma.
six. services will be Thursdaywith pies, are among the 81S candl.
Wickenden of Naples Is Ilardage and Sons Funeral dates for degrees at the close
Y having a vacation with a purpose Home In Jacksonville handling all Of the academic year, at University
this at Brevard of Florida In Gainesville.
summer the the .
arrangements at their Riverside
Music Center. The Center Is a
Sewing Group i branch
Ruth Gerlsh Wine will receiveher
unique organization designed to : Chandler Is survived by his MPH and Mortland will

Meets To Make give talented young musicians widow, and two daughters. Mrs. receive his MED. They will be
playing and singing experience Li Benson of Naples and Mrs. A. honored In the annual commence
under the of professional
eyes Taylor of Jacksonville
mIni ceremonies In April, 19(3.!!
MRS. ROBERT M. SEID Bazaar ArticlesThe musicians and I.considered to be
the "Summer MuslcCapltal of the'
Mrs. Robert M. Seld of Des- annex of the Naples Wo South_"
Moines, Iowa, daughter of Mr. roan's Club was full last Fridayat Situated at Transylvania Music Junior Women Earlier The BetterWhen
the weekly sewing meeting Camp In the summertime, the
and Mrs. Russell Henderson, Meet TomorrowAt
Mrs. Lois Ward was hostess to Brevard Music Center has six
1019 Cypress Woods Drive,Naples the ladles who gathered to make
Instrumental groups and two
has been awarded a Ger- Tahitian Inn Should Child
the many articles for the fall choruses, each of which performs .)
man academic exchange grantto bazaar a weekly concert. The There will be a meeting of
study organ at the Academyof Mrs. Katherine Berger, chair. camp Is located around two lakes the Junior Woman's Club to
Music In Berlin-harlotren- man of the group, was pleased high In the Blue Ridge Mountainsnear
at the Tahitian Cove at
burg, Germany, under Prof. with the response of out of town Brevard N.C. 1 p.m. Begin To Study Music ?
Michael Schneider members. She reported, "Mrs. Carol the daughter of Mr. and
A spokesman announ-
William Knold of Columbus,Ohio Mrs. A.G. Wickenden of 1212 group -
Seld For has been past two years and, Mrs. had sent some lovely materialto Lastrada Lane, Is studying, piano ced that the guest speaker for BY DR. JOHN D. ANDERSON music' which Includes the mss family with ready-made music, Bartok string quartet
organ piano the apron and doll tables' and singing In the Transylvania the evening will be Dave Pfaff, Department of Music LaGrange terworks of the musical ages, he In that It will reproduce exactly When should my child begin
Instructor at the College of Mrs. Berger also urged all out Chorus for her first year at whose topic will be "Better College will be more apt to accept the what Is desired as often as music? The answer must be that
of Fine Ans department at of town members to come back the music camp. She graduated Business." sounds which represent a wider desired It Is a sad plight. that he will begin to learn music whenwe
Drake University. She Is agra to Naples earlier this year to take from Naples High School Parents reveal wholesome i, gamut of musical taste many children have no accessto bring him home for the first
duate of Hanover College and In the luncheon and sale of stock. this June, where she was amlm.ber Brest In their children's develop.i Television offers more variety> such IA aid until they reach lime. Our main task Is to make
received her master's degreeIn Ing stutters on December 3. of the band, chorus, and Beta ment and an awareness of the i, In musical fare than does radio adolescence and have dticldxd those early contacts bear valuable
music from Drake. Mrs. J.A. Hendry will be the Club. Carol Is entering Manatee George NemchikTo current needs of Individuals when i In most local areas This I.I IsI thai they "know what they like" fruit. (To be continued.)

Mrs. Seid with her husband, hostess on Friday at 1 p.m., Junior College In September. Get Stetson they ask, "When should my child I I not to Indicate that television More correctly staled' we tend
a pharmacist, and their twoyearold and asks that the ladles bring begin to study music?" But II! necessarily runs to a "higher" to "like what we know."
to leave small jewelry boxes, small jars Chemistry Degree the child Is In schooltheparents i: type of music, but that there It Is most Important though,
daughter plan ,
for the homemade watermelonrind Mme. Nhu's Sister are already late In consideringthe ; are occasional programs of good that the parent realUe that the
the first of the
for Germany and If they are doing any George Stanley Nemchik was question.Parents music for both adults and child young child need not be limitedto
year The Hendersons expectto fall housecleaning "pink" Language TeacherFT. among the U graduates at Stet. perhaps without realizing i, "children's" records; he has
spend the Christmas holidays elephants son University's summer com. It, function as Instructors ren.Many children have their first not had the long years of conditioning .
In DesMolnes with their Mrs. Mary Felghtner greet BRAGG, confirmed N.C. (AP)that- mencement August 7, in Eliza In music, both before and alter "live" contact with music which lead to rejectionof 130Nf

daughter The Selds were to the setting group the follow. The Army has Le Chi only sis. beth Hall auditorium, Dean W. a child starts to school. From his through church services, but "long-hair" music He will
be In Germany for a year anda Ing Friday and urges all membersof Madame of South Tran Viet Nam's, Ma. Hugh McEnlry Jr, conferred the earliest days, a child hears and there Is little awareness of the respond to the music: which Is and the
half. the Woman's Club to ter degrees. becomes accustomed to the type' Importanre this early listening provided for him, and It Is here
stop Ian.
Mrs. Seld was winner of the at the air-conditioned quarters.To dame Ngo Instructor Dlnh Nhu at the, Is John a F. Nemchik received hI.d"reelnchemistry. of music he hears In his home. and participation\ may have on that the greatest burden of re> DODGE BOYS
1962 Gruensteln Memorial guage He Is a resident It Is unfortunate that there Is i shaping their tastes and preju. sponslblllty lies on the parent
Kennedy Center for Special of Enterprise Fla., and Naples. not more singing In the modern dices In both music and rell. We have known of preschool
Award of the Club of
Chicago Warfare. home. The songs of a mother to i glon. Sunday school singing children whose favorite music
Women Organists For the past make a true Club Sandwich, her child give her an opportunityto games often become such an was a Mahler symphony or a
three years she has been direc- use a filling of sliced! cooked help shape his tastes and de.i Integral part of the experiencesand
tor of music at the Cottage chicken white meat, crisply sires. The quality of sound and tastes of the child that he
Grove Presbyterian Church In cooked bacon, lettuce and may. the quality of material which the will repeat them at play during 1 II II I III II ,

DesMoines, as well as teaching onnait*. The bread for the sandwich child hears will become the criterion the other days of the week and he } t
at Drake. should be while and touted. for his musical tastes and may even retain them through i 1 a J 4Ry
wants In the future. out life Acre Acres Acre Acres acres
Music In the worship services
I tl lamed) tAmerl 1 STRONG INFULENCE becomes a part of that vast un.
Radio, record player, television > conscious storehouse of musical
and church services provide experience which ultimately
the preschool child the most shapes adult tastes. The child
contact with music By the time should not be expected to cate.gorle .
Time for Tomatoesby he enters school, those contacts his experiences as the Any Yardstick -
r have had a strong Influence In adult has learned to do. Muslr
Gaynor Maddox 4S. shaping his musical expectations.If Is simply music to him, and

I i Newspaper Enterprise Ann. he hears only the raucous there la no capacity for dls. A UNIQUE CONCEPT <
shouts and percussive sounds crimination which tells him that
Tomatoes from local or nearby truck gar. found dally on radio, the child there Is one level of mule for

dens are coming to market in abundancenow -- d will come to expect that all music play, another for worship and
Because they are picked ripe or nearly will be of that type, and will still a third for entertainment
ripe they are richer in flavor than those -t" probably resent offerings con. t&ott tfee.
shipped long distances at other times of the trary to his experience, How. RECORD PLAYER
I Maddox year. ever, If he has had opportunities The record player Is the moat
Enjoy them l in various ways. Slice them and serve with / 1rase. to listen to a wide variety of valuable device for providing a One Acri Loki Front and Farm Estate Lots

slices of sweet onion, or sprinkled with chopped chives orwith r ( Salt In Suburban Pine RidgePineRid9e
sliced cucumbers (also from nearby gardens) r I
Try this hot tomato dish guaranteed to brighten the meal: ..,,. I SUMMER APPRECIATIONTO .or
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(Makes 4 servings)
4 large firm ripe tomatoes 2 tablespoons Parmesan ..- LA "
cheese THE REV. OSCAR McCOLLUM and Mrs. Me. :
1 cup fresh bread crumbs Italian herb dedication .
4 teaspoon Collum are shown preparing for Thurgday'a

. '. cup melted butter seasoning of the first of three units planned for the OU ES

Wash tomatoes well; remove stems. Cut into halves and Central Baptist Church on Sea Gate Drive in Pint hdrwt ift.>ne M Hopi;;
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place on large broiler pan. cut side up. Toss crumbs lightly North Naples. The ceremonies will start at 2 p,m. eat *t IW tH sat r. MM.Trtm(A t eater< Oeotvd by Collier Development Corp.Phone .
with butter. Parmesan cheese and Italian herb seasoning A pot luck supper is planned at 6 p.m. and the UAIfU STYLIST wring .< N 101
until blended. Spoon crumb mixture onto tomatoes Place final dedication speech I is scheduled for 7 :30 p.m. MI 222T Ml 2.2131 110 Tamlaml Trail Naples,'Florid*
under the broiler 10 inches from the source of heat 4 to S 23. MI 2-JIJT I Naples Shopping Center
Ground broken the unit May
minutes until tomatoes are heated through and crumbs well- was (NEWS photo) Kwlk Chtk Shopping Cuter ]?_The Moorings ot MI voui IOCM arum _

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TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1964 There are torn who lay democracy Alexander Hamilton
this idea, .
Chief Justice Earl Warren opposed once declaiming
i ihould be Impeached. Others heatedly, "The people
say he ihould be hanged ButIt sir, are a treat beast.
. Aggressiveness Sometimes Pays OffA it difficult to find a sound seeUamatoa'e
legal bate for either one of reclines were
two-member delegation from the these proposals; neither do borne out tat a few years later
luch suggestions reflect a good turtng the rrench Revolu
Monroe County Commission went to and the new interstate appropriation r.Yy American image ties

Washington last week to confer with schedule comes before Congress. Our eee see
Several It Is also largely forgottenthat
Florida congressional leaders about two own county commission should, by all ilalei have Hitler proceeded on a

Items of interest to our neighbors to the means, between now and 1970 leave no 44. J already ap- perfectly: legal bails under the
stone unturned in efforts to the Tam L preyed a Weimar Constitution which
south. One was a three-acre tract of get move to provided no checks or balan
federally owned land which Monroe iaml Trail four-laned through Collier AEI r ; ,4'2I amend SiteConelitstlos ces. As a forceful demagoguehe
and the Trail acted with majority of Germans
possibly designated
County would like to secure for park County te act up anew voting for him.

and recreation purposes. as 1.75 from Tampa to Miami. type of eee

The other matter brought up by the After that, it might behoove Collier County supreme Interpreter of Many states when setting up
Ihetr constitutions, followed
two-member delegation was the possibility to aid Monroe County in any way national law the c.chief W Hard.rcomposed Ju. oea the V. 8. C............. 1'JNI1ow.

of a highway linking the Keys andFlorida's possible to get the West Coast to Keys of toe M itaiei.of It can be exported er ..... Is elected ea representation .

West Coast They got encouragement highway it wants particularly if the this movement will gala by la..the..ben npper with house representation

on the three-acre tract of overseas route could have its West Coast f momentum. see according t* districts. In these

land but, according to a report carried base, say, at Marco or Goodland, both Viewed objectively, and realistically kept many the states farm, this Interests system from has
there ii only one con-
by the Key West newspaper, were of which are outside Everglades National elusion to be reached In reviewing passing discriminatory legislation -

quoted on the proposed highway as Park and would permit the road to missIt the recent Supreme against the cities, and
Court decision on the electionof has also kept cities from passing
saying, ". . the West Coast highway completely. state legislatures The Warren .: legislation to the.detriment

project doesn't look good until 1970 at Such an overseas highway would Court has sewn the seedsof III agriculture.ee. .

the earliest certainly cost a veritable mint of money, anarchy In seeThe the United States. But now the U. S. Supreme

The Monroe Countians were told that but if the two counties decide to go to nation was' never act op: Court, in a decision that is
the well shouldn't at a limon pure democracy,, more In the field of writing a
they ask fora
"federal interstate road funds are committed to 1 whereby the will of 51% of new constitution rather than

through 1970 when a new appropriation bucketfull! of water while they're there. / 1M the people could demand and interpreting it, has declaredthis
: system Illegal. And this is
authorizedby The present road to Key West is called enforce anything Rather, to
schedule will be protect the rights of minoritiesand done at a time when law is
Congress. Opposition to the pro. "the highway that goes to sea," a term of properly, a republican being disregarded by mob demonstrations
first used for railroad which form of government was established. with even some
posed road has come from the Depart Flagler's The United State people defending the destruction

ment of the Interior and conservation organizations long since has ceased to exist. The present Senate was set up to represent of property and the maiming -
( Rfr property rights, but withoutthe of people as expressng the
who protest that it would cut highway skips from key to key and power of taxation. The will of the majority.

through the Everglades National Park the longest overwater section probablycovers .. House of Representative set S. .

and pose a threat to wildlife. about 10 miles. Even so, the trip .<. .,! t "';"'" .." :<.. \..: .. .. up to represent all people, was, Thus, the V. S. Supreme
given the power to Initiate tax Court now emerges as the
One can not but admire the Initiative from Homestead to Key West on a sunny and spending measures great enigma of modern man.

and aggressiveness of the Monroe day is surely one of the most beautiful Uncle Sam's Saigon Man: ens And If the court Is to remain
When the Constitution was consistent In Us pattern or pro-
County Commission in ((1)) going right to in Florida. Consider then what a won TODAY IN drafted, this concept did not meting anarchy In these United

"the source" to get a three-acre tract of derfully thrilling trip would be afforded U. Alexis Johnson come easily. The Jefferionlan States, It should new declarethe
group argued for a almon pure United States Senate Illegal.
land, said to be worth about $100,000, motorists on a highway stretching ap BY RAY CROMLEY WASHINGTONWASHINGTON d1 n"nn.I r.r.nl W d .wln ,

from the government, possibly withoutcost proximately 90 miles over water. It Washington Correspondent Ip y'JI'oUltlc'OIllI\y\ writer.

since it will be dedicated to publicUse would be one of the wonders of the Newspaper Enterprise Assn. (AP) Sen. ople The rn.ul'lare, the second lot-

and ((2)) putting in a few hard world. The Sunshine Skyway bridge covers ate leaders are reported near in the both Miss Banriolt/ and Brooks,
licks for an Interstate highway to give only about 15 miles over water. WASHINGTON (NEA) A man to watch is U. Alexis agreement on a compromise 'I Wednesday.place But.it CttIUII Miss Banctoft\ List,
Johnson, just named deputy to Gen. Maxwell Taylor new proposal that would direct, but
the Keys another route of Ingress and To even suggest a 90-mile highwayover U.S. ambassador to South Viet Nam. not compel, courts to go slow on \ new 32, used her teal "OIe-Alla

egress, which they need as badly as the open Gulf may sound quite impractical Johnson believes in a strong policy toward Red China The ordering reapportionment of Maria !t.lloAIIO'CLRKSVILLE!

Collier County needs Alligator Alley to at this time, but so was the Korean War taught him that a "no win" policy leads to state legislatures on a population LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP)-Mis. Teiin. (AP-
future He's convinced that neutralization of Laos basts. Barry Goldwater wife of
wars. wasa the William R. AiKteisoii, the te.
provide the same for this area. Idea of a road through the Everglades. mistake and that neutralization of South Viet Nam wouldbe The compromise would sufostl. Republican
One of the Monroe commissionerssaid Yet the Tamiaml Trail finally was built fatal. tute for a proposal by Senate dent, Is In Scripps Clinic at La was skipper of the IIUI'II"luh." .

they were told in Washington "notto and at a time when road building Republican leader Everett M. Jolla. marine Nautilus, Is the Demo.
JOIINSON IS UNDER NO ILLUSIONS as to the difficultyof Dlrksen of Illinois to stay all A spokesman said 1 Mrs. Gold! cratlc nominee for Congress InTennessee's
stop pushing for the road if we ever equipment was pretty primitive.At winning the war in South Viet Nam. He's never kidded court-ordered reapportionmentuntil water entered the clinic Sunday Cth Dtstilit.

expect to get it." any rate, it wouldn't cost anythingto himself on how well we were doing. after state legislatures for a medical < hei'kup. The clln. AD official canvass of returns
In the Inner circles of the Johnson administration he has have had two sessions to consider Ic wouldn't release further
This possibly means that Collier County think about such a road after the the manor any In last Tuesday's primary gave
been one of the strong voices asserting the war was being information Anderson 26,086 votes-318 more
will have to butt heads with our neighbors Tamiaml Trail has been Dlrksen's proposal which he
; four-laned fought the wrong way if we wanted victory.A than his opponent, John It,
!: to the south when 1970 rolls around through Collier County. major reason for the Tavlor-Johnson appointment was hopes to attach to the foreign NEW YORK (AP) Actress Lone.
to pull the United States political, military, economic' and. aid authorization bill, would cte, Anne Bane'roft, winner of (Holly Anderson will lull against He.
intelligence effort In South Viet Nam together. lay court'Ordered reappoitlon wood's Academy Award mid publican Cecil Hill, a retired
ment by from two to four .
years.In two Broadway Tony Awards, Army colonel, In November
AT SECRETARY OF STATE DEAN RUSK'S direction in the meantime, efforts wouldbe has married Mel Broksl 38.
others ,say pressed to nullify the Supreme ... .. .., .
the past year Alexis Johnson has been a key man In steppingup Court ruling
co-operation between political, military, intelligence and population to be the basis requiring of I
economic agencies in Washington for the Viet Nam war and portlonment In both houses ap.of I
for the cold war generally state legislatures.
It has been due In part to his quiet work that frictions The compromise, worked out
between the State and Defense Departments, the Agency for In four days of conferences participated erim1mr:1I
International Development and the Central Intelligence In by Solicitor General

Agency have been eased. Archibald Cox, would direct i{
Diplomat Johnson's leadership assets are simple things, lower federal courts to take Into II I
he listens to other people He never pretends to have "the" account all legitimate dlffltul. I

solution ties surrounding reapportion.
As deputy Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, ment In any case.WASHINGTON .
bee worked closely with Gen. Taylor, chairman of the Joint (AP) MyrlE. YOKfL REPORTS
6rltht' Chiefs of Staff He and Taylor have been friends since Japanin Alexander, SS, a retired 30. i I
1 1936, when young Johnson was a vice consul and Captain year veteran of the Bureau of We've heard some mighty com-
Taylor a language student. Prisons, will succeed retiring
"H... a good summer" director James V. Bennett on plimentary things about the East

.---..................-...-.........---.-.-...-.--..............-......... ALEXIS JOIINSON HAS BEEN a troubleshooter in Asian Aug. 28.Ally Naples Fire Dept. which is led by
and Communist hot spots most of his life. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy "Chief" Gasper Townsend. The word
When Pearl Harbor started World War II In the Pacific, announced Monday the appoint. is that
he was American vice consul in Manchuria. lie was Dean ment of Alexander, now a pro. boys fight fires right
How U.S. Pay Checks Grow Rusk's deputy in Far Eastern affairs during the Korean War. lessor of sociology at Southern along with the best of them.

In the occupation of Japan, he was a political adviser to Illinois University and directorof
General of the Army Douglas MacArthur.As the Center for the Study of, + The recent rains have been a

Congress last week passed Administration-backed bills raising ambassador to Czechoslovakia, he conducted the long, Crime, Delinquency and Correc. boon to local lawns but they have

the pay of 4.500,000 Federal civilian and military employes. The frustrating negotiations with Communist China for the re tion. not expedited the four-laning of the
raise lease of U,S. citizens. During the years after Dien Bien Phu QUICK QUIZ
for 2,800,000 military personnel will cost about $207,000- when the Reds were building their strength in Laos, he was Trail east of town which was going

000 annually. Increases for 1,700,000 civilian employes ranging ambassador in next-door Thailand. lie was one of the key pretty slow even in bone dry weather.

from the Vice President and the. Speaker of the House to the newest men working behind the scenes at White House conferencesin Q.Vho created the

unskilled laborer, will add about $556,000,000 a to Govern the U,-Soviet "eyeball-to-eyeball" crisis over Cuba. f'rtllLtglII/ ; ofllollorANapoleon ? + Solland Halley's new building''
year Johnson was jumped over the heads of senior men to become in 1802. Both on Fifth Avenue is within a few feet
ment costs. Here is sampling of the increases: the top career official In the State Department as Tay civilians and military men of what used to be the air-
lor Is the top military man In defuse may become members of the Naples
Civil ,Service and Foreign Service He is still a young :55.S legion for outstanding civil or port. What's left of the identifying

: military service. circle can still be from the
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Preterit New F A Co AD : ADAMS
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Annual Pay Annual Pay \ A l. tC l f:1 M A M I A 0,-What is the retpnnsi-;

New civil service employe, lowest ikill rating $3,305 $3,383 5t R C N : Al"'lt" H T busty of the Fine Art Com-' Jim Cochrun's father was cited -

New foreign service employe, lowest ikill rating $3,795 $6,050 ACROSS! 29. Textile TEE t M P t. R t.: mission, ? for helping clean out the Moro
New civil service employ, middle ikill rating $7,690 $7,900 1. Glance screw pine L... e U VCR 0 A.-The commission is con
sideways, 30, Pert. to T pirates who used to operate around
cerned in advisor
New civil arvlc..mploye, maximum ikill rating $20,000 $24,500 only an
3. Code both sexes A T T A R R t L. I V Csignal with the federal the Philippines. Cochrun
Foreign service officer, maximum pay $19,650 $24,500 33. capacity Sr. was
frt 0 R R I D. 5 i. D A M government's art treasures. in
Career ambaitodor $27,000 command of unit
$20,000 Tout' of Jinn' I | a of the Phil-
It Cell 36.IB'b' ruler lrlL A. CUP I D.. including memorial paintingsand ippine Constabulary and knew "Black

Military 12. Sea eagle 37 Hubbub LIP.I e A D A 15 H statuary. Jack"

Private fint 1) Cultivate 38. Guard D A T U M 5 U A e l.. t. . . . .. . Pershing pretty well.
doss with $1,782
or leoman 2 year service $1,740 land U. Rndln
Sergeant fint clan or senior petty officer $4,440 $4,548 14 Skin U. Cleepatra'i AGO R A T A I I- OR COLLIER COUNTY NEWS LITTLE BITS: So far as we know,

Second lieutenant or ntlgn $2,664 $2.892 13 Highest maid B C R t T ALL. t eM t MICHAEL CHANCE Etfit-Publisher the paper's Isles of Capri correspondent -

Colonel I or Navy captain $12,000 $12,300 price 46. Time past THOMAS HAVER. Atioclct. Edtor Gail Winchell is not rela-
Chief of staff $23,640 $24,118 17. Make 47 Tht SOLUTION OF YISTIRDAVI PUZZll MARSHALL WYATT Adv, "hn.|... ,
precious 48 Glacial ALBERT OPOLKA. Mch. Supt. ted to Walter . The Ben Parks clan
Executive IK Fatorlte IIIOM field DOWN 4 Firstborn DAVID HERMANSON. C.r Director spent some vacation time at Naples
20. That 3, Hide MRS. LOUISE DAUB Offiet
girl 49 Goddess of 1. Frightful Mar Maine
. Thanks
to Wm. O'Sullivan
Most agency heads and principal d.partm.nt 21 Faun night monster 6. Metal as U Publith4, daily,' ,
eitlitanlt $19,000. 26000. 24 Duided 30 Female 2 Attain U mined and (urd.y, m th* furnoon Monday by for the kind words . What is the
$21,000 $28,300 28. Constellation sheep 3:Gift Fragments th. Coll.tr, CountPublishing: Co late word the
Inc., Ml Twiifth Av.nu., South, N- on new library bldg.
Other agency heads, deputy Secretory of Lion 31 Ogler temporarily 8.a knife Trim with plot 10., 1737.Fit 1340. Mill ddr.,. .P. O. Sure would be nice to aee a batch
Defenie, Underiecretary of Stale $22,500 $30,000 ,
Tlphon Mldw.y J.HOT for of bricks
.11 thrown
9. Eternity
Department head (Cabinet) $25,000 $35,000 t Il r 14 Nt S I d.pMm.nt.aubacrlp5en., being together. .
10 \oun&do'j . . Folks tell us ol Bob Trier
Vice President $35,000 $43,000 1 16, Meadow Jr. a
IT Rates
Legislative 18 Fjcclama- C y carrier' or moll, payable In former local yokel, offers a real
,I. /1 I. lion ."".nu. fine deal at the Ocean Reef Club
On. Year "' '
House clerk, iergeant-at-armi, and 22. Longing' TN,.. M..I" .! ,,. 17.to. down Key Largo way. Hope to visit
legislative counsel $21,500 $26,000 11 "4 q 4 1 slangy Member of The AiMciatetf, Prns,
"4 23. tartar which i* .nt...... onclutively' to I". the rascal some of these days
Librarian of .
Congren, public printer, u. for repubiicaiion
N II' 1I IJ of all local'
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architect of Capitol $20,000 1f. Our uncle n item* printed. in Ina paper a* + Fletcher Knebel, former Wash
well ,
2S. Century a* all AP new dupatchet
$20,700 $27,000 l4 IS l' 11" 4 ington newsman turned local
26. Seeming Entered a* econd clan "'."., at yokel,
Senate secretary, iergeont-at-ormi, p Q Jf II contradiction the under foil Act Office of, March et Maple i .H7.. I Florida, has a fine story in the current

legislative counsel $21,500 $27,500 27 Letter T". NEWS assume. no mpon.t issue of Look magazine
Senator and representative $22,300 $30,000 JJ Sf J[ f;' 31 Dander b .My. for the return of uniolic.nl/
Speaker of the Haute $35,000 $43,000 "" 32 Dog iranutertpt* or photograph
NEWS financial + Wish had time
The aitumei n o we to
Judicial //'i:yr5, )t 4 itor .4 It 34 Espeiamo moon b,My for txpofrjph,C3l .,. accept the
'. 33 Soak rori or em.i en, n adverbu4 invitation of Gen. Gerhart C-in-C
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manta but if nolif of Jth
4l 4 J 4f ,r IS 39. Canawa ,.fo,* the ".., 'Issue of th error . of North American Air Defense
Judge, U,S. district court. $22,500 $30,000 card paoar will reprint correctly Command,
Judge, US court of appeal $25500 $33,000 4a ff ;: 4' 4c' Surm p:.rt error of IHf occurred oJvertiMmont. In Sits M ovont wiih a to fly out to Colorado Springs Aug.

Associate fuiticei, Supreme Court $35,000 $39,500 41 flyer I time clement, would render th. 16-18 in a VIP C-5U (whatever that
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Chief/Juttice $35,500 $40,000 44 mated will, ratfuce site is) for at the
4) t ......'.1 by ."price amount* the equal tdvor.' to a gander Air Force
The National Observer time, 25 min 1. "",...-.... 44 Bend th.the*'**.i>n of the teals *pc* 'Academy A trip like that night be
orrareout or Mused
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Bidding With Humility : :

Admits FloppingIn Edie Adams Maty( Mills

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Duplicate LeadersBY ..t( First

..:..t. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Robert Will Marry Next Sunday

Goulet, a candid follow, admits
CJ. Kb'MUM played for anywhere from t that he was a Hop In his first .
Some member ut thpaples: | thousandth a point to ten dollarsor mot le. 11(11.1 \ 1,1( chapter of courts and determU
Duplicate Bridge Club think of more a point. Even In club The singing star of Broad- IIId, 1 I dll I l I u 1,1, 1 maul\ J ) nation
the oddest things (and I'm not playing there's usually a cash ".jt' "Cwnolot" appeared toe totdl'lI MtU\ : I'", III Islc puil.Iishliti ;' for a year and a h.all. the tal.
referring to their bidding) prize. \ i a natural for the movies t 1.111'1" s '>I1\1I'1, ahi milled actress has followed a
One of them recently remarked All of which makes mo wish "I roofed" he sa>'s. "I turned bird and lonely course in untan-
that there were at least t two 1 could live up to the remark of down 'The Unsinkable Mom slim the financial mess left aft.
points of similarity between that William Fenn somewhere around \ Urown' and took 'Hone>'moon IIDmmIH e1 i her husband, comedian Ernie
not so Innocent dice game called 27S years ago when he said Hotel instead. I didn't want to Km'.irs. wan killed In an auto
craps and bridge. Haxi.g. fist,, "Sens shines with double luster sun out in movies singing t ,'\ t t I v I in11I1/ <'r,i MiIdie.
let me stew In putzlement a suf. when it II set In humility. An v acted to i Prove could set AP Iran\ I I' I ,'I I IHOLI eschewed the help of Er.
flclent length of time he elucl. able and yet humble man Is a ; 0 ,aV "So the critic. told me I IS IuuM I S Ii I'1' ,, II" I, nit'. many famous friends, who
dated. jewel worth a kingdom". Man have stuck with singing Bog'I I I'I'III! !I' I" ,.u' JM" ipnted a television, special or
According to Greek and he said Yes I'.hed! 'I I II 1 ,'st ,tlI, J comedian's
mytholugy, ( lady) a mouthful when ,. I ,1"1,'t know what' went wrong HOIK'S to benefit the
falamedes Invented dice to en. it comes to opinions regarding i ''I "SH) far I haxen seen 'Hone\ parts III i "1111' lilt i \\ iiliiiffoitlu I widow and three daughters Instead *
able his copartners to while card holdings In duplicate bridge. ,n,1" I Hotel' but 1'r.&d all& ''nu' u v \Inch t, -h,' in i ul she undertook a non.stop
away the time during the siege of ihc t levlows." I don't want to NBC sound stte I u-, t'1I111. schedule that Included three

Troy. He also, according to kn k the pi ture Just nu. .U put 01 .i big, loloiiiil movies, a series of television
history, was the first profes. PENN SAID IT Sell Iounln..llip pioduition inim shows night club and summer

slonal gambler and undoubtedly Which lends up to the remark (,.,"1" leu us from mistakes.Thfie'a tier, Rot was to i .Ilk, on stage In theater tours and record al.
experimented In the favorite that the hands last Friday probably an Improvement In his a motor scooter, "14t luirlessIIOIM bums
practice of many gambling proved that there are probably 14J U *t> and movie, "I'd Rather Be ,' with Dale poised, sidesaddle Her Industry succeeded in ex.
establishments Of "loading" the 87 varieties of words which Ki' I." on the seat behind. Mt ei i' trirating the estate I from, Its bur.
dice. Certainly, the evidence are, to a greater or lesser de. "Hut I'm looking now for a a couple of swings around the den of sand unpaid taxes
would so Indicate, as he was gree, synonyms of lrrltatlngand( g s'i' i singing role," ears Gould stage and tome Unclnt with "But It nearly killed me" she
stoned to death, probably when that without Invading the profane "sti light at ting Is tougher than the thorn boys, Dale > limbed admitted "After It was all every
that fact became obvious. field). Those who topped out 4 lIlt aced"' to J special elevated Set. Then t realized If I had to do lUst
Who will deny that bridge hands emulated the advice of William site launched into ,i song without one tMng more, 1 would have
are frequently loaded not with Penn by approaching the biddingwith a suggestion"' oi breathlessness, collllp d. 1 didn't luve the en.

metals but with dynamite,to blow humility. -, .- .- Rod Skelton Puts But, If ,i 1 lt'C'toltO'' sitting In erg>' 'r

up the unwary? The 10 tables North- outh had TAKING RESERVATIONS for the last card luncheon given bv the the audience had taken ails eCK CaEndylon Is luck at her Coldwater
And, of course,one cannot thinkof an average of UV/i and R.E. On Outdoor ShowIn off the stage and its utlvitv )I.<. hoim. I niggling tl' get
Naples Hospital Auxiliaiy for the current summer season is Pegg'
the aforementioned dice game, Mullen, paired with Vic Penny. would have not h'"d that luiinp\ it reads i,'I'i tin wedding! She
but he thinks of gambling, In is. watt, scored a beautiful 147 Pittman, lifhthile Ides Sheila Wallace looks on. The nff.ui IS staledlor Pouring Rain the song, the memlieis oi the and Mills Mil U married before .
much as many a bridge game is points. Mrs. June Haschka Ted 12 noon tomorrow in the Covs; dining room of the Tahitian Con orchestra at the side l ol the then I unities only, with a
Hearth were almost neck and gress Cove Inn. Reservations van still be made bv calling 11'S. Pitttttui HOLLYWOOD (.*P) Red stage were. Ill)' letrtinf newsiwpeis big "reception 1 following al thl'48t'YoPI'h
neck at 146 with the Earl Lanes at Ml 2.2121. (NEWS photo) bkelton proved to 14,000 peoplein and doting. Mill.n The pair will,
3rd, 134; Mrs. Bradbury. Mrs. - CasterVo.., what' makes astir This faker is ,i bit ol tontine honeymoon in Hawaii Mills 37,

Commission Berta Turner 4th,128.1,a scant raaFlICnT4agdrrrrtw nealr'f'yIAlllasa great.Skelton farmland migli, ,i technique ol and bachelor, Is a New Yorker*
half point ahead of the John Roe. LJt ielK71"R77711: No Rejoicing put on an ouWtwrshow lip .hroni7.ition in 'Up.sjiic who will now help conduct the!]

:llgers. Five above average,five at Wyoming fair In J ," whlili |11\'l'nnt" a i mnvie' family business In Hollywood,
Applause For below. Airport iUTB.\ pouting rahl.1II1Iway star to wuWe like .i 1111'Ilhl. How did they meet" '
East.West, with 10.>/. tables, JOHN On Berlin Wall'sThird through th I show, he gale, i'mil test ol some unseensoprano's "The first time was back Irf

played against an average of 108. 'Esal'sattr emptied his shoes of water."I vo'al The JayceesWHEREAS Mrs. Clint Jordan.Mrs. Richard Notes really shouldn't have tomethat the Impiesslon. thaI those lines apartment in New York," she
flint freshwater
:ox did beautifully at 133.VI, this Is the of chorus tiny' iud sir I dancers' recalled "I was dating Ernie a<

the NAPLES which Incidentally, gave them the _.. ..:D---- ---- AP) The Red they've" had In Wyomingin also can sing like the sill Lake tie' time. 1 saw Mirth' oft and

JAYCEES, a Collier County highest percentage score In Traffic slowed somewhat last It was struck by an air condi- wall dividing(Dei lln\ Us Its thirdbirthday The months crowd, reacting to hot, City Moimim Tal either direction. Gene Moore Jr. and, most Imimilant' iu>t.. .1 i.11)t'I'lorm,1' very casual
civic devoted week the truck while In .Nolxi.lvla
organization to on NaplesMiamischedule tioning parked next Thursdav. dry spell which the rain ended, ,
.Earl also 1 In
Ogden only trailed iron II mli tnplinne "Then I last Jinum was
the progress and welfare of with 49 passengers MiamI. Strangely enough the rejoicing lave Red a htandlng ovation A
first to Iliinei with
by a point; Mrs. Harold frolic ill over' a Mice.The !Newotk: having
Naples and Collier County, Weed-Mrs. Corwin Waite being being carried between the two aircraft was struck by the same Many in the West think It friend i of Skelton's In the au. process Involves nniiai Janet l..<'llh and her husband)

Florida, has received national! 3rd at 121.i.. The McMurrys points. Although this figure Is vehicle in the same locationas should have been strangled at diem<< said moht of the audience, sl.lISIIIII"l's\ aid noisingelemust | Bob Di, ,null The next da) hq
recognition for their efforts and didn't deserve It but came in off somewhat from previous the Twin Cessna was two birth It's too late for that now, sit In an uncovered section and loam to mouth. the words called me for a date. I had to

II' sponsorship of various pro 4th, 114, followed by George weeks It still represents a substantial and one half years ago. Damage bigger After three and uglier years than the ever.The wall, Is stayed with Ned to the soaking to give a convincing" pmtoiiunie break It because of work, and

S. jects, andWHEREAS Bradbury.Mrs. Iris Mllllgan 112. increase over the 35 to the Comanche Is con- of end. while the recording In delngplated. it's a womlc'i he e/er called me
best diplomatic brains
tIt It has come to the 'A, Mrs. Joyce Tenney.Mrs. U passenger total posted for one siderably less than that suffered the world have wrestled with would'for have that dune many !people act In I i Most veterans handle It again nuld..l.
attention of the Board of County McBurney 5th 111, and the Sam year ago during the same perIod by the Twin, however, as the problem of getting rid of It. blizzard," Red said, Ixiautlfully, although sue In .iwhllu ".Hut; 'ie did, and our
.a,. a sharp-eywl. vlewoi will wan Itel I tuitions' wed.
Commissioners of Collier Leaders 6th, 110.7. Seven above, It involves only the replacingof Nobody has come up with a
Florida that the said four below Last the rather thanan catch a dlip.up. dlngt' Later he took me to dinner
County, average.We Tuesday popular cowling pans workable Idea.Western .
,, and
Some ,performers 'I'i 'd I at fancy restaurant I ,
a very
Naples Jaycees, in national con had the prlvelege of wel. Piper Comanche was put out of extensive rebuilding Job as statesmen say it IrglcmnalrciThe formathe
In other chorea, iI I i 11"1'1'" I I romemlier thinking how
e. ventlon assembled in Dallas, coming as first time guests, commission temporarily when was the case with the larger must go. But how, without nu. French Foreign legion
later he
known to forget the I I i d II I ttesong was I found! out was
.. Texas, did receive national] Mrs. Laura Cole of Shaker aircraft. While the ship Is clear war? Communist leaden<< has. at various times rnlistod: the were stipi i '!. an" lw thinking the same about me"She
Ohio and Mrs. L.Mc.Burney
II. awards In their division fol* Heights, the new show signs of discomfort when such prominent volunteers as
as ,
grounded awaiting .
singing. As i bit of oxti 11..111. 1,1tJ..d that Marty got
now residing in Naples. challenged about It but for Peter Denmarks
Serbia I King
WEATHERBy propaganda / -
o. 10WJ Discouragement Is not our pans, a new engine Is being reasons they stoutly Crown Prince Aage. acre, there Is usinlh. i follow" alone i autltiilly with the three
'Ili First place award, Community weakness the hands will be Installed along with all new ) itaiulli. i' rust "nitsi.li' mi<'i ruin "I Ile I lamll) faun the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS defend It.Alexei. Monaco's Prince Louis IV andSanchti
and Health contest better when accessories and the airframe range holdi,' in n I ti,ir> I-" :an" IWI'> daughters
much next Friday we Adrhubel the fdltoi of
Low Cc-rro. a presidentof
''I've High Pr '
Third award Local Woman's is a hundred-hour the 'i 1' an LI: ,II' >t, )1 K proviiun> mat rlaire:
place meet again at the Cluba Albany, clear 79 59 undergoing the Soviet government newspa, Peru .
Jaycee Publication little before 7:30 p.m. Partner Albuquerque cloudy 96 68 inspection. If things move as per Izvestla and aon.In.law of -- ----- ---- ---

"re It. Fourth place award,for over- wanted? Call Vic Pennywltt Ml Atlanta, rain 86 71 .38 planned, the ship will be backin Soviet Premier Khrushchev,

all activities 2.4677 by noon Friday He Bismarck, cloudy 78 46 service later on In the week reacted angrily when questioned

e. ,NOW. THEREFORE, DE IT undoubtedly can arrange one for Boise, cloudy 90 66 So far, the Cessna aircrafthave \ ,abyut the wall by a West Or. r t zel
v1 RESOLVED' by the Board of, you."' Boston, cloudy '74' 62 been able to absorb the .1"111 i newsman In Munich r..

County Commissioners of Collier ]- Buffalo, Cloudy 74 61 work load caused by the Piper's rently The newsman told him
Chicago rain 86 71 .3? that If the wall fell onl) three
County, Florida, that it DO absence on all but one tripto I
New CorporationIn Cincinnati, clear 91 65 million of Cast German 17
when air-
and DOES HEREBY commendthe Jacksonville, an
Cleveland, cloudy 74 67 million population would be left
Naples Jaycees for their Collier County Denver, clear 95 52 craft was rented from Fort after a short period.
time and efforts devoted to the Myers to handle the last minute Adzhubel spluttered
Des Moines, clear 92 61 .02 om.
State Tom
progress and welfare of Naplesand Secretary Detroit, cloudy 79 68 .01 request. planned he was belnr I'I i i ,raked,
Adams announced from his Tallahassee -
Those Naples Miami and ended the
Collier County residentsand Fairbanks, clear 74 81 riding discussion
visitors and further congratulates office the charteringof Fort Worth, clear 104 81 last week included: Paul Bene- Walter Ulbrtcht, the i',mmun.

said Naples Jayceeson the following corporation In Helena, clear 76 M dum, Jr., Mrs. H.L Bradley, lit ruler of East Ormam aap] -

their achievement winning Collier County Honolulu, cloudy M M Fitzhugh Scott, Louise Langley the wall will come down "when
the aforementioned awards. D.M. t S., Inc. (B-83755)) Indianapolis, cloudy 87 70 Mr, and Mrs C.W. Call, West German militarism has

BE IT FURTHER RESOL- Post Office Box 798, Naples, Jacksonville, cloudy 91 74.21 Mrs. Addison Wood, Beecher been rubbed out" By that he

VED that certified copies of Fla., (Collier County). Auth. Juneau, M MM Wood, Mr. and Mrs. G. Van- means when Communist mastery The perfect time to get the best deal on America's No. 1 cars
Stock: 25,000 shares of Com. Kansas City, clear 97 74 of all Germany has been
this Resolution be forwardedto Der Veer, Mr. and Mrs. A.R.
at $1.00 per share, filed July Los Angeles, cloudy 85 M M Mr, and Mrs. E. Bon- achieved
the Naples Jaycees and to Staley,
In real and Louisville, cloudy 91 71 The two parts of Germany are
30, 1964 dealing acker Ed Pacelll and Pat
the various news media in Col- Memphis, rain 91 74 .31 Zip- rigid in their positions. There '

lier County, Florida. personal B. property.Clark Nichols Incorporators Ger- Miami, cloudy 86 75 .32 prodt may have been an easing of rev ,. ..-,_
DONE AND RESOLVED In Milwaukee, cloudy 74 67 .36 lations between Washington and ,
regular session, this the 4th trude E, Wichern, Irene A. Mpls..SUP., cloudy 89 54 .10 Moscow after signing of the llm -

day of August, 1964. Kopp, all Naples Fla., filed New Orleans, cloudy 91 78 Production Of Ited nuclear test.ban treaty, but
byj G.E. Carroll, Balch Build New York, cloudy 76 67 this has not filtered down to

ing, Naples, Fla. Okla. City, cloudy 105 82 Steel May Hit Berlin
Omaha, clear 91 60 .02 As time goes by the Germans
Philadelphia 75 64 to be thrust further apartby
cloudy seem ( 'hrrrorl( Inpnlnpint/ r ;lyr
COUNTY OF COLLIER Phoenix, cloudy 103 M New Record HighNEW the wall_ creation of the
I, Margaret T, Scott, Clerkof Not Surprised Pittsburgh, cloudy 80 63 Communist to screen and mute
the Circuit Court In and for Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 73 55 YORK (AP) Thomas I 1 the economic Inequities between
said County and State do here- When Driver Ran Ptlnd, Ore., clear 90 57 F. Patton, chairman of thi I I 1 East and West, and to prevent :

by certify that the foregoing Is NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Rapid City, clear 81 48 American Iron and Steel InstLtuto escapes from the East. .
, a true and correct copy of Airman Joseph J. Root Jr. of Richmond, cloudy 74 64 .89 said today 1964 steel pro,1 Bonn's All. German affairs -- -
the Resolution adopted by the nearby Stewart Air Force Base St. Louis, cloudy 98 75 ductlon might approach 120 mil.'Ministry estimates that since
Board of County Commissioners told police Monday it didn't surprise Salt Lk. City, cloudy 95 59 lion tons, a record high. the wall was built In August 1961at

on the 4th day of Aug- him when the driver who San Diego, clear 77 M In May, Patton, who also Is least 11 people' have been
ust 1964 and in Min gave him a ride Sunday night San Fran., cloudy 60 57 board chairman of Republic killed trying to reach the West.
Jumped out of the car and ran.,Seattle, clear 78 56 Steel Corp. third largest steelproducer From the wall's birth until the
ute Book 8 of said Board. ,
Given under hand and official Root recognized the driver. Tampa, clear 87 75 .65 predicted that Ingot end of July, a total of 11,705East ('hrrrllr Malihu port [ aura.
my The man gave Root a ride a Washington, rain 78 68 T output could reach 117 million Germans have risked
seal at Naples, Florida, death nee to the West ae,
week earlier and robbed him of Winnipeg, cloudy 73 46 tons, matching the record set In to
this the 7th day of August A.D. $at. (M-Missing; T-Trace) 1955. cording to the Bonn Refugee

1964. Ministry
The new appraisal fell Into a I r 1
r-Y pattern of successively brightening ..
CLERKBY estimates by steel exec, Astronauts Have
3 a rsd tires since early In the year. : """. ''''' "" fo1.:. :'__.__.______"..._.. __I .
R.W. BEATTY Patton's comment came instatement a, Dainty Tidbits (
DEPUTY CLERK announcing Industry RENO, Nev. (AP)-America's
d I v plans for "Century Two" ob., newest astronauts face the 130.

_. servances: starting Sept. 14. degree Nevada desert Tuesday,
IMMEDIATE DEUVERYI! "c'D'q. The first commercial heat ol'fortified with a sample of what CArry !1 n1 n plr, e /gyp.Larravlfonsd .

steel in the United States was the clever desert cork can whip

CMCTIIUCKS.REAUYfor'641. q. made la a small experimental up U he can catch II first.
I plant at Wyandotte, Mich., In The 14 Gemini space trainees, "

September 1864. who will camp out two full days :J..r.a..
To commemorate the event, a, beginning Wednesday with noth. \r'"
WITH "Century Two" steel Industry ing but water and a standard '
BREAKTHROUGH symbol will be created, fash., survival kit, are being taught at -
fNBINlEHINB IN loned through melting metal, Stead Air Force Base how to "
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plants In the United States, Cads an. Monday they were given Ud.a .
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B7 THE ASSOCIATED PEK88 and Punta Cord, traditional .

The Chicago White Sox willt.ave points behind front.runuli., Dal. football rival,bar wlt.

baseball's big yardstick tlmore and two points up i I Ir Iu ched their gridiron date this fall

the law of average going for New York. from November 20 to October 18.

them today when they open The Sox can't! Ignore th Jerry Morris and Jack Hall, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phase D of the American Yankees for the next four head coaches at Naples and PC,

League'i three.way pennant games, beginning with a d.i . made the chance to fill what previous .
stretch at Yankee Stadium. night doubleheader todaBut !} had been an earlseasonopen 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tueedsy. August 11. 11"S

The White Sox will be looking Al Lopez, who pays less heel t<, 1 i I date for both The game will
for their first 1964 victory over the law of averages than to hiS be played at Punta Gorda.

New York but their 0.10 nosedive pitching staff's 2.79 earned ru With November l 20 now open

against the Yankees average, believes the defending Naples l will have more time to between you'n'meNicklaus

doesn't show up In the league champions are ready to 10(' t.ik prepare for its ssatonend \

standings Chicago, having en. Okeechobee November 25. SI ml.

shrugged off the Yankee hex Lopez will send Joe Horlen 8. larl)", Punta Gorda can spend an Has Off Year

while building a fat 67.34 bulge 7, 2.17 ERA, against the Yank extra week totting ready for Us

against the rest of the league, fin Is .es' Ralph Terry 5.8, In this ) i j, 1 I final game, also November; 25, t:; With Successful Results

second place, 12 percentage afternoon's opener Juan Pl/ar against nearby rival Venice.

ro, the league's No 1 southpawwith The Eagles and Tarpons inau. ,;J BY MURRAY OLDERMAN

a 14.6 mark and 2.14 ERA: 9- gurated their football series In :; Sports Editor

opposes New York's Jim Bou. 1932, Naples' first fooball sea. ,4 Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
Coral ton, 12.9, at night son, and the teams battled to two
Cape The Chicago sharpshooterswill I ( scoreless ties that year. Going! :MOXTHKAL.() : tiiui.i: (M g.\) Ho HIM lit gulf tourn.imcnU -

face a Yankee team beset into the 1964 campaign Napleshas in his i>\\ n (\\in-enjjine ('intuit .oiumuntlcr: ,
Golfers Again to Its Whl. won five tames, Punta Gor. l'"nll'lll.nd hoH.IJS.
by Injuries key men, with liis own |>ri\.ili' pilot hluiiitfi lie(

tey Ford and Mickey Mantle ENVOY TAKES A D I V E- Ridgwty, B, Knight 0. S, Ambassador to Syria, dtm.onitrttei da five, with three ties.Naples' . with) the mitliiiiil "f guy i" Hie now' ill |H-r cent

Take Top SpotThe The White their offense Sox are is less healthy than ( twin dive to group of Syrian swimming, coaches itttnding a swimming' end diving, Sept.l 18.schedule at Arcadia: l.tv Iiriukcl. "ll's going In put -;-\t.KKl( I more aeur in my

though robust. Clinic, In Damascus Coach William, B, Boyle of University, of Chicago conducted clinic Sept 25- Venice home pocket You don't look at the cost. You look at the depreciation

Cape Coral golf team con. After the White Sox leave Oct. 2.. at t\. Fort MjersOct. ,"
tlnued Us winning streak and Cltwlston By the end of Jul\i for putting a little round ball in a
cop. town the Yankees have a three. 9 at
ped first place for the fourth game, series at Baltimore and a Fishing Rules, Frick To Stay On As Czar Oct. 18- at Punta Gorda circular tin cup. he had earned $90,837.83. a statement no
business of his vintage can make.So .
straight time InSaturday's match four-game visit to Chicago. Oct.23-Cardlnal Moone) ,home other Ohio State major

of the Southwest Florida Inter. The Orioles, meanwhile, havean Licenses Are Oct. 30.. Fort Mjers home what does it do for the ego of Jack Nicklaus
club Golf League. The match was opportunity to widen their Nov. 6- at Miami Central "It bothers me.. admitted the bulky belter who likes to be

played at the Fort MyersCountryClub. lead in a three-game series During 1965 World Series Nov. 13- Sebrlng home called the Golden Bear instead of Ohio Fats, "that I haven't

against Boston beginning to. Now Available Nov. 25- at Okeechobee won I the big ones"

The Cape Coral team posted a night at Baltimore. Rookie sen. .. He didn't win the U.S, Open or the British Open or even
net score of 1,528 strokes to sation Wally Bunker, 12.3. will TALLAHASSEE Fisher CHICAGO (AP) BUt'baWImajor if am club desired to request the Canadian Open here He didn't win the Masters or the

nail the victory. The other six pitch for the league leaders men are now able to obtain the leagues held a Joint consent to transfer Its franchise PGA either.

teams finished In Saturday's against the Red Sox' Bob Ileff. new fresh water sport fishing meeting Tuesday assured that When Giles received no response WithThe .

match as follows Fort Myers net, M. Detroit, working on a rules and regulations at the Ford Frick will remain commissioner and In view of rumors At the crass age of 2.&. there is nothing left for Nicklaus

1,533; Big Cypress, 1,539; Port seven-game winning streak, vis. offices of all county Judges through the 1963 season that the Milwaukee Braves are this year in golf but to make money which puts him in

Charlotte 1,549; Lehigh Acres, its Minnesota; Cleveland is at and their authorized fishing license and that selection of his suctes. headed for Atlanta he atked about the same artistic class as The Beatles Jack ticked off

1,555; Cypress Lake, 1,557: and Los Angeles and Washington at agents. sor will proceed in orderly Braves' representatives if they ( his accomplishments In his first 18 tournaments this year:

the Naples Beach Club 1560 Kansas City AJ. Aldrich director of the fashion. had any request to make The three wins (Las Vegas Phoenix and Whitemarsh in Philadelphia .

strokes. There were no AL games Florida Came and Fresh Water Frick, 69, announced last answer was "No" ), six seconds, one third and two fourths,
Bob Kerr playing for the Beach scheduled Monday In National Fish Wednesday he would not seek a Giles then asked if Milwaukeehas "I'm having the same kind of year," he said "that Arnold
the ProsBy
Club fired a neat 75 to tie with League night games St. Louis at same new term and would step down been or Is considering a (Palmer) had last year when he won everything but the big
F.A. May of Lehigh Acres for low nipped San Francisco 2.1. drop. time reminds all fishermen that from his S75.0oo.a.year post transfer. The Milwaukee repre.sentatlves ones" Since Palmer also won some $128000 that was

gross honors 0.I.Stevens,playIng ping the Giants three games be. they may also obtain the new when his successor Is named. replied that becauseof GREEN: certified just for golf don't knock it.
for the Beach Club and hind league.leadlng Phlladel. 1964-65 fishing licenses at offices Following a meeting of the many factors to be considered BOB : Writer "I'm disturbed about it. though" continued Jack. "It
Dale Uhllch representing Big phla, and third place Cincinnati of all county judges and major league Executive Council they were unable to evaluate The Green Press Bay Sports Packers makes me think those major tournaments aren't everything

Cypress, were local winners In whipped the Los Angeles Dodgers license agents. Fishing (fruh Frick agreed, however to stay fully their position until a shocked by their first loss )Jn 25 I was too major-tournament conscious when the year began.
t special blind bogey segment of 7.2. water without the new licenseIs on the Job through the 1965 later date exhibition tames, have made You lose one and you feel pretty bad and it might affect

the Inter.club match. a violation of the law and World Series The National League approved some wholesale changes In >our game for a couple of weeks"

League standings after four such fbhermcn win be subjectto The council decision to ask an umpire pension plan rookie personnel while the Chi. Then Jack must have the quickest recovery rate in
matches are as follows Cape arrest Aldrich said Frick to remain and his acceptance which had been orally agreed The 90.000 bucks indicate his hangover lasted only
Will Bears are having some jee. hlstoriv.
Coral 28 points; Big Cypress20j Hollywood License figures to shut off any un. upon in New York July 6. cago their next practice tee,
fees about
are $3for residents ond thoughts narrow
; Fort Myers 171/a; PortChar LakelandIn authorized speculation as to the An umpire will receive $300 a All. "M\ goal now" he slated blandly. "is to be the leading
Replace $8 for victory over the College
lotte, 15; Lehigh Acres, 13. non-residents. identity of the next baseball year for each year of ,active money winner on the (our this year. something Ive never
Beach Club 10;and Cypress Lake, State A non-resident 14-day continuous czar service after his retirement Re. Stars done''
8' license The Packers second In the
is $3.25 and a Top candidates for the Job at tlrement age is 55, but It is not
Tall tales about local golfers (AP) Barring the non-resident five-day continuous ( present are Judge Robert Can. mandatory.The Western Conference last year The principle of the thing motivates him, Or( is it prInci--

competing In the match and: unexpected Hollywood will re. fishing license Is 220. non of Milwaukee legal counselof major league television after two years as the National pal'!) Because he didn't win the prestige pots. Jack doesn't
in Football League champions,
brought back to Naples, include place Lakeland the Florida the Players Association Sen committee announced plans knocked off the st. qualify for the World Series of Gulf a September television

one where a well known local, State League next season, the Kenneth Keating R N.Y., for. have been completed for Mon. were 20.7 by in New Or. spectacular which doesn't count in official PGA (earnings.
golf sharpshooter put a string: Herald said today touts Cardinals
Hall Of Fame day night baseball telecasts It broke Jack won it the last two vears"Its .
weekend. a
leans last
of eight straight together FSL President George Mac.e "
pars men Vice President Richard next year. not worth a penny more than the $50000 first prize,
then took 12 th Donald) li certain the league's string of 24 straight exhibition
a whopping on Grid Award Goes he rationalized "Win the Masters and 20000. but
Nixon, Supreme Court Justice The majors will offer a nationally the Pack. you get
next hole. This matched a recordArnold I a franchise transfer asked by victories for might "
Byron Qulzzer White and Cron.in. televised night game for the next 20 years it's worth a million.
Palmer set In BinCrosby : Lakeland president Joe Ryan To Don LourieNEW ers.
a g ,
every Monday night with no 1 their first drill This cool calculation is what makes Nicklaus a unique
Taking part in
Tournament not long the said.Lakeland ,
paper has had attendance YORK (APV-Oonald li, Neither the American nor Na. blackout areas. with the Packers Monday after young man. Beside him a Buckingham Palace guard would

ago.Another story involves I. woes all season. Lourie All America quarterback tlonal League meetings Monday Two games will be scheduled I 1 playing In the All-Star game I look like he has st. Vitus dance

local expected /tc "We tickets and for Princeton more than 4 0(I provided announcements of any every Monday night the first to I 1 were tackle Uoyd Voss of He- George Knudson. a Canadian pro who played with NicklausIn
second golfer gave away years ago and presently chairman ., magnitude. be televised and the second as a, center Ken Bowman of his pro debut at Los Angeles four years ago when Jack
shoot regularly in the 70's, whc over 1 $1,300 worth of prizes one braska
of the board of Quake The National League inter,,> standby In case of adverse.' halfback Duke Car. won 3333. shook his head and said. He won the US

10 bogeyion i and still drew Wisconsin,
I 1,200
straight night only
put together rupted its meeting when Giles weather that first and still he keeps getting better IIc'sgoing
has i ,,, Open year
the last 10 holes he playecIn d I 1 fans Ryan. was quoted as Oats, been named recipient t I lisle of Texas quarterback Den.
the match. ing. ,"You can draw that many say of the gold medal award of the with Milwaukee In mind, asks I All 20 clubs agreed to let the I 1 nls Claridge of Nebraska and to be impossible for the rest of us as the years go(

National Football Hall of Fame. commltttw conduct negotiations. CrUcher of be. _
The next inter-club match wll lln 1 an empty parking lot. linebacker Tommy
be held at Cypress Lake onSalur., Lakeland says it has averaged Hall of Fame President C. J. All of the clubs would share' Texas Christian.

day August 22. 200 fans a game and one night LaRoche announced Monday Troy Ruttman equally In the proceeds Nego. Trimmed from the team that Nicklaus Leads
1 to 79 in attendance. that Lourie will be given the tlutlons will begin in 30 days after > will play the New York Giants
... ... ... ... ... dropped Sports Briefs Ten Pros In
- - - - - medal at the annual dinner in Wants To Live advertisers sponsors and I I Saturday were center-guard Top

New York Dec 8. networks have been contacted. Dave Crossan of Maryland, defensive .
Edward Brennan The American League approved back Beau Carter of Cash Winnings
The award
gulshed Americans goes who to "dlstln.have Quits Racing the Los Angeles Angels I Fresno State, back Gary Kroner NORMAN Okla. (AP) Bill DUNEDIN Fla. (AP) Jack
Track Executive their Interest spirit and conduct move to Anaheim Calif, beginning of Wisconsin, end Tom O'Grady Carroll resigned Monday as Nicklaus leads the lIt of 10 top
rendered D TROI'r (AP) Troy Rutt. in 1966. The action was a of Northwestern defensive back University of Oklahoma track pro golf money winners re.
distinguished service
Dies At Age 71 to the and of Amert.i man, youngest driver ever twin o, formality since Angel President Larry Hunter from Grumbling coach and a former Sooner leased by the Professional Golfers .
game spirit
NEPTUNE N.J. (AP) Ed can football the Indianapolis SOO.mlle Bob Reynolds signed a 35-year and defensive back Joe Scarpati great J. D. Martin, was named ASSCK'latlon.

ward J. Brennan, who startei d i classic, said Monday night that lease last Saturday for the club I from North Carolina State. his successor. Nicklaus has played In 19

his race track career as a dol, Lourie was Princeton's quar. he is retiring from racing because ., to play in a new stadium to be Chicago Bears Owner.coach FRESNO Calif. (APRank.. tournaments, winning three for

lar.a.day handyman and be.terback Inthel81 ,1920andl 21 "I want to walk out of It t I built about 25 miles from Cha., George HallS, meanwhile Is Ing welterweight Curtis Cokes $96,217.

4 came one of the top track eietuttves ;seasons and was named to Wai. alive with my head up." vet Ravine, trying to get the look at his sec punched Ms way to an easy 10. Arnold Palmer all-time top

7 in the nation, Is deai alter Camp's All America teamin Ruttman, who won the 500. and stringers he couldn't afford round decision over AI Andrews money winner with more than

at 71, 1920. mile Memorial Day rare at In. In the tight 28-17 victory over of Fresno Monday night In the $180,000 to hlll'reditrora single

''dUnapolls In 1952 at the age of the All-Stan In Chicago last main event at Kearney Bowl. season, is It"ondwlth $90,443.
,. ... 'w." . '!o/' ":It 22, said his retirement "was nota weekend. HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) Mark Tony Lema ranks third with

liik' ; ,: ,' hasty decision" The Bears were so hard. Belch, 116.year.old left-hander $68,738, Bill Casper Jr fourth

n; <:",:&, He said he felt raring had pressed against the college boys of West ,\1151.! Wls., Monday with $64,886 and Gary Player

: been good to him but "every TATHEM they couldn't work In many of pitched the first perfect game In filth with 'i2,449..
"" \ time 1 sit down in a race car the substitutes, and Halas has the 12-year history of the Voter. Juan Rodriguez has earned

I death is sitting right besideme. Indicated he'll use them this ins of Foreign Wars Teener $46,610; Ken Venturl $45,565;

/ ." week against Washington, Baseball Tournament.The Mason Rudolph, $39,612; Mike
lIII t // .. Ruttman, 34, of suburban The Pittsburgh Stealers I Moot, 200-pounder) set Soudiak, $37,414; and 1 Bob Nlrh.ols .

e7 Dearborn, has been a racing trimmed five men from their down all 21 players to face him 834,527.Eastern .
driver since he was 13. Me has West Allis defeated Pierre'
i By THI ASSOCIATED MKSS roster In Kingston R.I., half as
I been Injured seriously several back Martin Agnew of Unlversl., S.D. 3-0 In an opening round Football Conference
..time's and narrowly escaped LeagueW. Monday announced the signing
t/ "' ty of the South tackle T. W. Alley game.
L. Pct G.B.
I death in this year's Indianapolis of William and tackle AP The To. of halfback Charley KUlett 23,
tI rtl Baltimore 69 43 .616 Mary TORONTO ( )
.I / 500 in which one of his closest Inter cut last Thursday by the New
\ Chicago 67 44 .604 l'/i' Charlie Harris of Tennessee ronto Maple Leafs of the

Join the dun H 1 :/ friends killed.Ruttman, Detrolter Eddie Sachs, New York 65 43 602 2 Ail, tackle Dick Mills of Pitts national League announced York Klliett Giants played his college ballat
was ,
i burgh and linebacker Bob Row. Monday they have signed veter.
4 \ Los Angeles 59 56 ,513 MVt State University.
recalled he Memphis
was .504 Icy of Virginia an shortstop Don Buddin.
Detroit 58 57 12'/i
't.1 .
phone running alongside Sachs when WESTBURY N.Y. (AP) -
Baltimore asked waivers on
/1 : Minnesota 54 59 .478 ISVt MILWAUKEE (AP) The Mil.
\ \ the fatal crash occurred "That journeyman fullback Bob Gait, announced the Otkha, a pint sized trotting
Boston 53 60 .469 16V4 waukee Braves
North Key Largo .! I'I'f'\ started' me thinking," he sold Cleveland 53 60 .469 16Vi ers, a New Mexico State product ., signing Monday of second base.man mare from Sweden became the
1t takes a lot of to second entry Monday. for the
courage who failed to Into
Washington 44 72 .379 27 get a Jerry Harmon 21, of Los
I rare, but it takes more sixth $50,000 Roosevelt Interna.tiond .
> courageto 42 27 game last year.WESTMINSTER., Calif. to 1965 con.
Kansas City 70 .375 Angeles a
i quit Ruttman added. Trot at Roosevelt Race.
in an
alto ; I Monday's ResultsNo tract with Austin of the Texas
l Interview with Dave Dlles way Aug. 22.
.. games scheduledToday's Md. ( ) League. The 8.toot. 175pounder
I AP1-
It'i the diillnetUt ttUphone 1,.' \.\., f I sports director of WXIZ.TV In Games The Baltimore Dolts ,: bats and throws right
number el Ih. Octon Reel l Inn .. Detroit
Clevland Los N back Bob Galthers of New Mex. Ottawa
at Angeles
end Yocht Club In the world- :,, \ Ruttman, who owns a motor. THE
famous Florida Keys North t" .. \ cycle shop In Dearborn, said he Washington at Kansas City, N: Ico State on waivers Monday. Rough Riders of the Canadian
to b. .oct. t I Detroit at Minnesota N
Key Largo, "was the
k / \ turning" sport over to Boston at Baltimore, N ijiq. C7 kQ &
e..ewhy younger men.
Chicago at New York, 2, day.
No' "noy, The New And I I
f . '\ night BETTER GOLFBy
.. .. j' "
louou/ou.'y ""nd.d f.IIIII. Wednesday's Games
". '" (
,,/ .. Now Av..l.bl.' There' f':: -\ -..'. .." ... .. -. ......... Hayes ScoresHoleInOne Chicago at New York Armour G
A. Cleveland at Los Angeles, N \

lye .OUT TWO PLEASANt I ..,'" ... .. Washington at Kansas City,N
-- . AND
HOUI" 01' O'"V''O' WILL GIVE .. "
-- Detroit at Minnesota N
:: .,- ;,. -. "'
YOU A CO.'PLIta CHANOE OPecENE.T .. Steady Head it
PLUS NEW, INLA5OID Boston at Baltimore, N Keep hood back ; COUNTRY

"TT"ACT'VI' LODGING ON SUNLIGHT B\Y England Sovereign an Amerlca'sCup At National LeagueW of boll i head| easily steady >
AND HICK!ATlONAk, I''CIL'' contender makes a pretty picture silhouetted against Big CypressJoe U Pet G.B HOLD your of it | CLUB
Till Poe AOILIOMTFUl' PAM.ILT the setting sun as she sails Into :Newport harbor. RI Fhila'phla 65 43 .602 I trying to keep ,
HOLIO"Y-.O DO.'T Hayes local golfer who San Fran. 64 48 .571 3 I frozen in position. When your l with the lestFACILITIES

I''IT ABOUT MOSQUITO.I took up the game about one Cincinnati 62 SI .549 3V4 IIt() and tknuldm art relaxed T

THE ASIA II SPSAYEO ""OM"lit. FORT, year ago claims he manages Pittsburgh 59 50 .541 6M p you can hit the ball vigorously U y

SEA AND LAND PAY ONLY to breaK 100 every round now. St. Louis 59 52 .532 7Milwaukee h 1 with your hands instead of having in Southwest Floridafor

--. He did It Saturday at Big Cypress 56 54 .509 10 to fight yourself to get into
d.. ... H VIn GAS YOU USE
.nCllmd p S3 55 .500 11
Enjoy 4 In in. Gull Sfr..m, In,,llnd shooting 99. In the process Los Angeles the shot. Get the idea of keeping Country Club
bone ,....,.., on III. lift; IS-IJol.* AFTER YOU Hayes used a five-Iron Chicago 52 57 .477 13M' head position fixed back
toll counft 66 .421 20 your LIVINGGOLFIN3
load cHmplonnip end ........,*., .....mm"" ,.!..olnlQ/... ....''.." New York 34 78 .304 33
6a.l .. skin id""* ..p.nI e Pas t. 101 after .t ha done one, accomplishing the perfect Monday's ResultsSt. I M> you will have a stable center . .

lh. notion''" ...*> only Miat'l"und onIn raM.* 4 the I I I not bctorce shot on #2 hole, about 175 Louis 2, San Francisco 1 for your whole swing. Your head .Is .hole. Chnee..dip Galf III
:: The. ,.. f.., tattoos I tasted xilltot ..,.... Ur .
b.dinninl elh. Inn off '*"> yards. Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles t can turn a tiny bit as you start Ct. ,
0",1 I ? ,1 1 l for sour protect John : and Roy Brack scheduledToday's i I
Rley Only
games your backs*'ing. After the club SWIMMING .
OR ROOMS YACHTILJ, KITCHENETTe AVAILABLK VII.LAS t'n, were goiting partners ot Hayes Games has connected with the ball your AAU .... pool, 7}' u 40' 110' wilk.
e fr ('In aCcurnleiy r C.Odianl when ne scored the ace, and New York at Pittsburgh, N head should turn so can Ie. .ly' esember k.pe ...,....ie. .
1 ,he ws the OT,>t>urtt used Joined a happy cele- Philadelphia at ChicagoLos 1 g you
Hayes on
C.IIIOI TRIER, JR. Vice Cell ui today for informelionTROPIGAS bradon. Brack droppedhlspultfor Angeles at Cincinnati I( I watch the ball's flight If your HOMESITES . .
President, Rtiort (formerly I
head is frozen shot except
at Milwaukee, N on any TMotn-Miffl
Houston 1Ie'ft
.f Naples) at North KoyLorfo i deuce but lost the hole. sre i400l
witnesses San Francisco at St. Louis, 1 t I1 the putt you are liable to ter the boos c..*,,, 0k. "'meg
NO. I end mobs ten According to the ,
Wednesday's Games |xk III Sa.I"..., FloneVTwo !
trvatlont. OR write to him Hayes lofted his five Iron shot gt 1 your
for the hit the Philadelphia at Chicago A IMS br Tb CIoiftp 'Triton lest et State Seed
straight pin, green New York at Pittsburgh N
OCEAfN jREEFI. shon of the flag pole then watch. San Francisco at St. Louis, I( SUZ few US. 41

L MI J375I NA.MH J ed the ball roll straight for the Los Angeles at Cincinnati I d 'HONf MI 2 Mt]

.. !'IN/N.rth Key tor.., Flo. cup and drop In. Houston si Milwaukee, N I
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%- e.Tuesday. > .. .

,H (d.I >1.4 t tUboat ,

\ Jail 3 WhitesIn Auiuit 11, W t OU.iLlttIt\I IS 7 C S S S S S S S S S 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 .5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 5 5us

travel topics . '" ... . .e .. .

foi rt'p .1 .'II 111'1' h I the Ill .itS
Death Of Draftees To Learn
I mal b< iii'" ::1"l11locoil 'I.'

1M ?lap1t4 nw.d Negro Woman Status At Ace 18 flees. 01111.' "lt'I\'n1c,5\} 'sotern.

ST. PETERSBURG Begin, _II'_ _ _

I JACKSONVILLE ru. (A?) nine JUl)' of this ear, most RENEW row .

Three white men were Jailed relinE men becoming 18 will tx -
, mmsuctm/ ?T?
on murder charge today while given their mental and physical

By Anne L. Bowes police sought t fourth in the fa. mllitar examination when they DURING YOUR '. -

tal shooting of I Negro" oman reach this draft registration,, BIRTH MONTH (

during race riot last March. Melvin T. Dixon, of the Fiori. 'u jo9

da department of veteran affairs, PUBLIC NOTICE
Held without bond were J. W. said toda

Rich, 21, Wayne M. Chessman, THE ( ''RCU'T' COURT OF TUB
Now" molt potential draftees TWELFTH JUO' ( AL CIRCUIT' IN
21 and Elmer Kato 19 all of
4 must wait until the are 22 k),
Jacksonville.They L0R tl4
find out if they) qualify for mill. "so..

are charged with the tar>' service ItAIL iWULL.JA MIdwi/2-2107

March 23rd death of J5earold Dixon said the new programfor It4N$0IljE LEE INNIONCP11,1""5FLAVIUS "'

Mrs. Johnnie Mae Chappell. She examination i* the result of IfsPLOCIDALANO - - - - - - - -----------.1 CS. st ststst S stststststst .

., was fatally shot In the stomach the finding of the presidential \I, ANDlMPQVFMEP4t
23-Miic. For
while searching for a lost wallet task force, a government com. COYPANYa Annountemenh Sale 48-Apts. For Rent

along U.S. I. Several blocks mlttee appointed b) the late el d'Nehcd,I 'IO"da CO'IIO''o Good I 'M, mo tg.gr |5M>0 00
Efficienc. Day Week. or
then to President John F. Kenned '. Ptnnt) PlAZA BEAUTY SALON I S "". "' l "1 MI.' M)4
sway, police were trying ) pm i., Month (IRIS MOTEL) Ml,
quell rioters.A Under the new system men SUIT IN CHANCII'TQ OUIET' NO fIttNotice jioi 111. '"C'dw.1I'tans..S.5515"', trail :rt"t: o .eekendtlie Slat 0, Ml HIM

who filled their examination TO DEFEND Oiealilv.t "b'' fyiini''j" Efficiency Weekly I or Month.
22.callber revolver, be. enter Th* Florida I to non, 4 i "V'' ,tie ed chj,i. 'Iv Ml 2 .771 T/I4.IJ
may a voluntary l\1tt
lleved to be the death program %. AND IMPROVE cool II" Wolf like 115 cash
weapon, aimed at helping them to understand MI 'f"COIolPIINV vl etolved, Florda 2-Bikes ISO O'C.'d' 0" Ml .> S.M" 49-Houies
has been found police said For Rent
Corporation and "t inknpwncotior "
Why the failed and leadIng .
) Succetsos and 0' T ruotros 0' Cue iWINO MACHINE
Racial unrest reached t vlo. them intotraintnguhlchcould( '....1..san 0 HAMILTON' To and front school will pay 0.. 10 Ov'ce, I bdm f..II.II.. snfur.nsNad ,
,' lent here help correct their deficiencies. DIMTON WNITFIILO H DRAKE for ,(Hit ,in e sNort I''mew IWO WhT., I"' Zaa? look and hoot. wiN c.port on
stage during spring LEWIS A KLAMR T HENRY AS il r at two Honda '0 sews" ike n.w monogram. but p"ivaIaetla. Ic C'all, And..on,
r, demonstration by Negroes" de. Dixon suggests that detailed URY J J DUNNE AND"' ING I like new' fully eau'ppid tonholi tiwt on buttont. fancy MISSOIS' 5/S Sf
mandlng Integration. information the HAM CORYELL It ,"Corporator four tpd trim |IM h. it'tchet. ovvrcattt raw edgfi.
1( on procedures and/or thurvholdert. gf FLORID' tI 415 Orchd, Ml JHIII. bInd him. 4 a.iuan ii mnd For Quick sale
Small balance |7 41 Los' down pa sent
/ 61 or permonth
II .- LAND AND 'IMPROVEMENT COM W :le Bon I7W A 2S. Col. 515 I isl Ace No
PANV, a dissolved Flor aa Corpora I Ier, Counu' N.... Slop h any I.vieC ,
UNIQUE POST OFFiCEs this tiny; shack withut = Seeks To Better to lila unknown" tpoute of th* above Boats-Motors Accei.I .
n.m.d .ndntioa I d.landanIs. II'.. 26-Pefional Will ....,. onv ho,,,. suIt .n
a i tl1ld'tl'l'i lot at'eI, onV\>st Beach in the NOTICE OF PUBLIC. NOTICE HEARING pIsces 01 .Osud.nca, and post ofludi, :I So Coil cost I' 100 00 0'10.' ,.d. Psi LnuieIa,5: Call

I ( a\man Islands Once a week;! a mailman stops Methods Used In Th* City I cty of Na addresses nIl ot w"o" .'. .unknesnif fu,11\ equ'ooe n 01" Sill ALCOhOLICS ANNT"'OUI M 5403$ _'4
dcut7 SIfo .bs'a .m.d p"o" ira d. 11: plus I w,II ,c har na n btfoi noon Men or women wi>h 'ron tn.p'Obl.m. .
0F' 1.\) picks up I the mail and takes it to Geoijratown. the Counc I room et C.IF, Hall 715 u..CI. 'h.." '''O.c'v.. uitknaonNl,5 Li I'' Ask for help by call GUM. hem for" tenS I Bd
d.v' .. r.nlasCr.dilofsond room eompiettlv I..h.d. call
sIlt Street South Napir* fiords at Ml .' 4JJI V.I.tort cordially
Cavmaman stamps considered collector's mg Ml 2-H.U
are a all OINtr |;ttlYat
pa.t'.n or prsovs
Law Enforcement I' 30 pm. on Auftutl 19 1X4 to heir claiming I by through or und,? 5-Busintss Oppi. welcomed. ", ..,.nl' ,n Coot'
objctOna, of all 'nteretted. portent INnt' ,.sp.ctiyaly' und all olNorp.roono Caplisf C..re" Annan o. 5that "w* have Another Bid
e to the confirmet, of the' pro,.mmarv 0' prt'.s' Navin. 0' cl.m BUSINESS FOR SALE ,1 FIN. A vewer y Toes end room hout. for irnl F,,,,nthed.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) ......"'.n' roll for Son't..y' Fri. .. I 30 PM33Services
t .. '"I any "aht t,III or interett 'nand 01":ratetton A no.,"" food n.. II City Water TV Cibl JIM
-Alarmed at what he called Sewer improvement ,..,.II.d ,in the to the follow'ng detcribed prop -ihop N,ce man 4 wl. epa,. Pmelanrt, H W Walk it Ml
could arc del,mated a. Snitrv SiwerDitricl rty ly'ng and be,rig in CollierCounty Ion, h", locotion 7 yars :4110t .iI tf
mounting crime rates that .
t No i. th boundir.it of F arid tu OilPKt'L roc.II."t Clienlel Good terms OfferedJEAN
.1I result in anarchy, Asst. Atty. which ira at follow" A IJ n.h.. party Call 'I 5 4755Ii. NORTH N e l"ln" m the. wett half of Sett'onI' of Government 1 Ib.O Iota ? tlory CBS 6
Gen. Odum ha called All of that portion a/u HAYES 'or'r
Ralph T., S ft25E and bound.d on 23 Town.oO homo and bedronm
Lot I I. Section
for a program to Improve law 9. writ by INs eatt r *ht I of sly Sou,,,. Rant in 15 Last, .ccordunlto Cuttom Sewing" DraperietUpholtta - Nice lawn' and hrdgr -. 100
lIne of U I H |h *y 41 *n th* Ho.lSn Jen large RoyI .Palm ireet 0.1)
of by Want. Female
S enforcement techniques and per. touth bv th. toutn line of L4k.. bins a ,plot Jr dated a turvey l7| a* ouch plat '. 13-Help nlI 51T Ip"nl' Wy 1 1111II' IWOT! down

sonnel. wood Park Subd,vition. on th.* and cert fid LeRoy D Contact
Odum said his program Is the .*tt by'''* "soil 1"1'0' way lift* gnpured r. , 0 'lby I which. ,lins WAITRESS WANTED I .1. and Te".IIO II.o.c 0': Dewey Pollv ReallyP.ancN
IIf of I". Allintic, Co.., LI,. "*,t. ,in th'* North On* nil. of the North Ov.r SI. Apply Dan's L's.ltR.nal ditionma by STONECRAFT .INDUSTRIES Oltu.N .
product of discussions with law road and on th.. north by th.* on. half 01 lIla Southwell Qurtr I Naples Cteppln5. Carter, Machine 'uk weitlripping plit 'Park.
enforcement expert north lini of Lot If of Nipl.l of th* Norlhwnt" Quartir of ..,ds.c'o" 'In If reteal and polish .... lUo n. . IU rvrluIf51HayS
Improvement Company Llltl 21 lett the Enl (0 feet ,idential and commercial Off.c*
Odum publicized his programin F.rma Subdivision, but .,ctud.n" thereof: and all that portion of Government I.o..nc.d. Iacttar for lit MI 2 2M2 ".. Ml 4115. CI..nl 'lnf.reslad' ,'S Trad.in5 .
a civic speech Monday night. th* followina, Lot. I thru. I II both Lot I. ,un $,dI.on 22 Town "J'4"?. .*"'*.<. school l Call !1/24.IQt_ W.I"onl' 101 for Co 00Ap..lm.nl
Inclutiv, of Likewood Park Sub. East. & 0' t JJIO "11 if C"n'cI' PIli'' Icaysttcilla
I 25 ae
M South Renge
called ship Round t Square garden iton. ,
His six
point division. lock
program H. Naplet He shinSubdivision
fort .and tht portion, of cording c .to."a''nI'VI :.InT.: byHoretio atBucN Lady betwean 13 end 4S v.*.| All sie' C cal,.,. Can kobouf'l 0" 1I0b Jaeg.,
Lot H and Lot II of Naplet. ,Im vnd ctrtifod Of <|t Shorthand, typing. and d"parla Sr patio 5..' Vrgus" M.rcum
(II prcparvd
plat sind IndtalI.d N,,,. fur
Regulation of ownership of Little knasld ,,, ,
provomont Compeny Farm D BM iurvvyor Q.n I btoN
by LeRoy .. ...
firearms through registrationwith Subdivl*.on lying east of a pro. aral, wInch' III' ,Itt I'". NarIN. on., wO'k Call 71196. .Iom. Ifca ITONECH.'TINDU""IEI M' 11191 DEWEY POLLY
..cl.on of the .....1 r.fht of way of hull of th. IIjOlh..1 Quarter of Needed for imrnediele. OAfll'me44.
both local and 0' R. MI I 7 41)0 '"110'
a agency Fourteenth. Street
th* 8outhtftt Qurtr of th* North Real Eetate pertonnel
wifi: a central state agenry. Block A and Block B of Golf tfttt ou.irtr of said Section 22 Salary poeition. ear necettaryalto REALTY
Drive E.I.,.. Subdivition, LoIs clerk eleno Call Mr Mnrriaon SLIP COVERSTropical
Such registration would Include 1 INru a '''cl"v' 01 Block C PARCEL B Ml fell) I/I
CONCH COLLECTING an important occupation R.da Viro, L.k. I.bdvlllo" Lots A p.c.1 01 'O."lnIY land cowfill. Drapery 4 Upholtter Cornor of lit Ave So *
serial number of the weaponand .adiacont I ,n.nI I ...,.",,, Aulomobila Ag.iiS'Nat tot Ml 1 ? >ioi MI if
S th 15 Inclu.v.. n. and 2611 JooG not i Tim'ami Trail
I on) the Cayman Island This fisherman is shownin a ballistics test of the bulletit of Block I I. all of Block I, Loti faction 22 ov.n' Altroctivs yoon lady Ml 14JMr4Trd

I a cove with boat loaded with his catch. fires.A I thru II of Block 4 thru 10 ,on II Township" 80 South Florid 1 II II Loc.1 rasidanl T"o..1 38-Auto For Sal. 512 If
County. ,
Inclusive of Block 3. Lot 3 ol Ring 25 Ett Coll.ir : unite iwartepir will, train inDaalerthip
modern comprehensive *, being mor tpic.licilly. d* Pottlni ,
Block 3A all of Block I. LoIs Payroll: loss Galoie 4 dr tedan V I
facilities I thru 10 inclutive of Block I, tcnbed it follows: etc Apply In perton only to or Sell
crime laboratory with Aol Trent radio healer
From th Southerly cornir common Frank S. Fallen -
The Islands Loss I thru II and tub Lou I. Jr General
Cayman are not ed much of the essence of pure available to all public law enforcement I. ). end 4 idiacint to Lot I of toIN.s.id, Government Lot 1 end I. N''''..' Woyd Chrynl.r Ply, Power iliering" : Low m,leageBuy

scenic not In t the conventionalsense. Island life. agencies In the state. Block' I. Rdm, Lk Subdivision, ccording to a plat of a turvey by moutlt ''no 1610 SIN II,.., No, onl I V thit II tt dasn.m car for WIt, sII 0 bedoom Tailer orTrada
th. land Iv.ng. ..., of U S 41 Harallo ,Jnkins, Jr d.I.d 1S75 5suclt s/S It for furnilut'a.' MI S 2535.
The land is low and ,
Near West Beach the traveler Centrallzatlbn of computersand wett of toll. Street N rth ol plit it prepared and uIflld fill It

fat, covered with mangrove can see the oddest post office data processing equipment.A of LeNIN Twelfth Avenue A North North and Block toulh A oral by ,LeRoy run Northerly D '(all'on Surveyor the line common Gen: 4-Help Wanted Male trsOhpOtlaiian 11$1 Chrysl.r F"1100, 1.1.1111-1I.d Good

jungles on the edges, grovesof In the world. A tiny shack centralized board to set l.cipt Lot It v.nu., LoIs I. ;{, ]. .IIno to the. ss'd, Government Lot a Av. Nytlt. 1/4 If 57-Houses For Sale

sea grapes, large-leaved almonds !- minus postmaster. serves as a standards, review pay scales, "II )Inclutiv i 17 of *Blork of Block B. Loft C. I.11 thru ofI dittanc North 19'of!I'ISIS 19"74 Wett feet:a thence d.nco run of MANAGER Eicellent Opportunity TRAINtk, Coolant '41 Coup Elorado En' t'HIVAlk b"L.

coordinate and 115 1 Iltl to in nt.rs.c lion with. the Young man h'gh ichool .,no La Sulla TrantmittionNaugahyde
and scrub forest Inland. depository for letters. Oncea programs promote thru 15 inclutiv.. 2SA and 2tA Inlirior, New Paint, NO BROKERS
Block D Color ly mi.nder in. of Naple* ale age limit" 21 ,..,. to 54n's .
LoIs I thru I inrluilvc Owner muet tell three bedroom
scholarship loans for law S.. al
C..o .1 SNtO
The 40 miles of roadon to laid plat of aur .. "I.n".d Fa 5l
rough week, or more, a mall man LOll 10 and II thru 15 By .ccod'.1' m.ns5nnont Twin LaN.s AI"o NorIN NaeIro.AIIrr ? bath horn ,n THE MOORINGS
Grand Cayman are fun to makes a and brings the enforcement officers.A Buock D LoIs 10 and 12 thru IS .." to etloblith. th* Point, of Bgm training; program. Modern am'piyas N 10 110 SI ' rnl,1' heal and til
stop benef
It Apply in
committee of law enforce Inclutiv* and 42 thru 41 'Inclutiv '
bike or drive but offer lit- to From he of Block E. Lott I thru I IS 'court* (III) Ininc continue' North O AC. Fmenoe, Corp. 211 condilion.nl Jfp.ling throulhout
bag Georgetown. re, KM Ford 2 dr Aulomat trans.mission .we.p' I bodrooms Costpl.te
merit agencies to submit legislation. Inclutive of Block F Lots 14 thru II" Win d.ttinc of IU SIN. SI So "' .pl... FlaR .
tie in the wayof picturesque letters go out on the monthly II Inclutiv of Block G Lk For rt.hu.: 4 t. w. *. tf Good second Car, So. bile' .n ncludnl lispotal
tRvsr' Park Apt DI.I Nco, .c.1d
thine North 41 ,lilt toth and dlsNuSNII"
Court ((2))
ness. Instead one turns to ship or fly Caymanlan stamps Committee of law enforcement oil I) Inci Subdivinon usv..o., d. and U thru LoIs II I Inclutiva thru pr.unt* man high water tins R.I".d 0' .m"rtd, man "14 porch. nived driveway. todd.d

the sea for variety and beau- are favored by collectors officer In each of Block C. R'ver Park Sub of Nioiil Bay wanted br rsIaul' painl' stare lawn Phono Ml 24151 alter
county to dv'.on., Plal 1. and Loll I thru I Course ((3)) thnc olong the m*' ..I let ull., part time work lobS ThunderbirdHordtop R 4 5 P M IUII
(ty. everywhere and contribute con- discuss problems with leglsla.tpr Inclut.ve. end 'li thru 24 mclu. .nd". of tN. lId p..1 mso experience ucceiiary Send ret' H Powor "window: ..... Faa
\ Beach stretches 1 and civic ales of thi block 'wtt sod tdiacantlo NN' watir I line of Naplet" 5, uma to Colt,., County Newt lory air conditioning Low" mil, *. IV STONE
six Iderable Q.tbe UUnd's leaders. : HOMES
\'aIlFam. ,, ,!
,fT\On\ y Is NolNoly Is N lortneetlerik .
_ U, S 41 bib.., Third Avcnuj NoINoslrly I,. 1735 II It S/Il If age Ml 14104 alter 3 PM
sifvefy 'l\\T'\&! i along the fee- economy. > North and Fourth Avenue North iH tonI, more or late, to 4/05 It also DOWN"' move* qualified
pont 215 feet North (meeaured at ***** **** *** *
That bounded a : m mm+ammH buyer In NEW ] BR 'home Only
ward shore, shaded with feathery Also near West Beach Is the double American plan). Skin- the i.area,IInl *hore line,on the of .the wool Gull by ri'If1'r:1' of Courta No I: CAI.L THE NEWS FOR one available, >o hurry

AugtraHanplnes."Hell," center for thatch rope. A husky diving and deep-sea fishing are of Memco. on the touth by the tail a, SN d'ttance.acsruO of North el CI'on' ItUltlIEK STAMPS WATCH FOR 1100 DOWN. Sit per monthhuya .
north r.ht of
a j jagged no-man's-land of salt-resistant cord Is woven even better here and certainlythe Avenue South. "way,on the.line pal of bv Fifth'the more or .. to a point lying' 11m.. Palmetto 1, BH Cl Iadein oft Kelly home Rd on
Noth ......d .t rf5: ."
fat (tnt
weal right of line of Fourth
sharp exposed coral, awaits from certain plam leaves and atmosphere Is more piratical. Street between way Fifth Avenue South gle. of COu,.. No I I. PUBLIC NOTICE SPEEDYCOMING 'INSPECT. our five hornet now

the sure-footed at the south- then sent to Jamaica for shark and Fourth Avenue North. and Court ((5)); thnc run South I*' under contlructian on Ilih Ave
the. 5*' )S" Eltt parallel with Coors. So between OlIn SIN Sit
wool right line ,
ol.w.y of Third
erly tip of the Island. Crash- and fish lines. It wears well There's pirate treasure both Street belwien" Fourth A...". No I I diltnc 01 992 fait more IN CIRCUIT COURT, priced from II4IM to III,'50

surf and blow-holes make and families Brae and Grand North and South foil Driveway or lett. 10 en 'mtertection w,th the TWELFTH JUDICIAL I CIRCUITCOLLIER with good termiMR
Ing provides several on Cayman. Almost and on tho North bY'''' toulhnihlofwey fontatd' Eltterly meender h.. ofNaplet COUNTY HANDMAN' If you can

such a visit exciting. Acrosson with employment onG rand Cay anyone can tell you legends of Enhlh Avenue Bay according, to the Jenkintturviy STATE CHANCERY.Of FLORIDAIN do your own pemtma electric
bi.nf. on INs Wi.lerly boundary landtcapini
and South l. or
Golf Drive.y matonry
the wind-ward side, West and the approximate place to between th* Gulf of Menico and of o'hfJ n,d 13 avorn mont Lol No WINSLOW 1112ESSIE C. etc .then tee ut about allowing

Beach feels the brunt of the man.The visitor who expects to dig. I tried It once walkingwith Third Sinn and by th. basIN I, : ( MAE PI.I."ffv. such' cetlt toward your dosspayntant
South 40' JO'W..I .
',.hI.of ",y of Fourth Avenue Courto (I): thine on a new homt
Caribbean. Rows of red- andgreenleaved purchase next-year's Christ- friends to a high bluff where North between' Third Street ind On 'h. saId' .lnklns ,noand.rII. .
Fourth Street Alto Loll HA, I?*. ... 445 ...1, mor* or I.... lo tho'VAfiTrkL ROBERT WINSLOW WILLIAM STONE 'INCBuilder
almonds flap mas and birthday gifts on these a small cave looked out on the Sod all of block E Block D. "on', of 5 Defendant *

their foliage In the wind. Quaint three Islands Is In for a disap- sea. We shoveled and sweatedfor and Block Lot C. R.dii* thru Viw,14 ,L.k.inclunv Sundivi.ion of All that portion; of C Government THC STATE NOTICE OF OF FLORIDA SUIT .- TO: U Tenth II North' MI I SHI

cottages Bare their weathered pointment. The natives make two hours.expecting to hear end LoIs I thru S I"tl""VI. Lot I In Sict.on 21 Tow"."'" tO ROBERT WINSLOWYou the 58-lot For Sal.W.onl
notified a
hereby .
boards to the constant trades. very few souvenirs and the qual- the clink of metal on metal, Block' 1.1 I. Ihru and 20 Lot ml 7. usiv.Block all S l. ol of a South plat, of Rang a turviy 24 Eatt by, rior.no arcording Jan to lull hat ore been filed againtt you 'In
Here, under a gigantic gnarled ity Is below that of other Caribbean or at least catch the glint of Ridge Lake Subdivinon' ... Jr, doted 1175 aosud N pl.tI I.ti.bSv.an* hereby required IiIld taussan to sro d upon your Her
I .. and c.Ifi.d I by LiMoy 101 Royal
All of Block II t. III. 17 5. If IIII P '
sea grape I met a CaymanIan countries. Perhaps the a gold doubloon. No luck. .III. II ;. III LoIs I thru 10 D .:r.u .,, Generel I. which plaintiff. attorney whote nemo andeddrett bor Seawall and 40 boelthptmo

crone of 84. Like some benevolent best buys are Liberty prints The shifting sands and debrisof ondsouINourl'lolLt7 I l">t- the h.. South,ill ,...one NoI"half of Two the lhids' Northone of tin d.t.:ppr'., if any',,07o your th* br.i, on M of 10 Ihit'% down type Cent Phone lermt ut
Ihru 20 and Lot H Ihru 1?
witch, she was watch- and English tweeds from the countless storms had filled nd loft..., ..., Iv'no t,"t of .1 half of the Southwell." Qurtrof complaint d.lve..d, in to laid, luit, NerwuIN copy, of 0"which 0' today to lee thit beeuliful, lot
, II yo" .
Ih* Northwott Qu. '. of said ContactAttocialet
Ing a beautiful blond and tortoise shell In the after l cnt to Lot 12 Block ,R" ItlII Sofa* Sept IAD IH4Hirun
British Isles
baby at cave. gave up *, I' 7. 191. Loll 4 thru II 'nclu Section 21 lass the East tO l.aINrat. flit not or decree pro con ,

play In the sand. Her wrink- jewelry. dark, emerged panting to a sly' *. Lot 24 thru 12 inclutiv, Block Govirnmint. and Lot all 3, Sic 11.1 I.on porlion 22, 'Town a lotto will, b. int.rid ag.mtt you L.., in- Out V"II I Marcus.

led face Brae and Lin brisk wind star-studded II IN'I SO I. 707 701 flit oNup 10 'o"t. Raoo 25 1..1 ... for the relief prayed .In .the. bill of
19th-century clothesand Cayman leCay sea 21 I: I, 21 *. n 10 < l l!: complaintTh
77 5. 22 I 22 7. 22 I. 11 72 10fill. cording C to plot of e lurvev by DEWEY'TOLLYREALTY
strange blotchy skin made man are smaller than Grand sky and vigorous surf. Thoughtsof I I. 211. 211, 7.17 IH 24 5. HorIia Jankino.' Jr dafd 1515 as5ueN naturi of said lull being for
a startling contrast to the delicate Cayman practically unpopulated material fortunes dropped 247; and LoIs I thru' I and II plot i IS prepared and cirt.lnd, my hind and th* ...1

little girl. She was pure For an added adventure away before the natural wealthof thru I and U north Block.14 I.20.*,. of LoIs I. and I thru II .by,.1 LRoy whc 0 h..Call''n, .IN Surveyor. NO'h 15.Gen of bIll ind Court of Auiuv at Naplet A ,D florId.101.4MANOIOLY thIs,

thru 21 Block 20 10 Block 70 II third. of the Soulh one hilt of the day Corner of Itl. Aol UO. ITansiami
Pirate stock and I wished for many people like to fly overto beauty and the sheer physical Town of N. ls Florida. Norlheatt Qu.rtir of th.. SouthttOu.rtir T SCOTT Trail

F'j time to coax stories from her. Brae and stay a day or pleasure of being on the I:loIs I, thru oct.: Block I.2; Lot I of ,th* Northiitl Qj.rt.r (ISE ALl) Clark Circuit. Court SOON Ml I4)SBEIT
sad I.CIo" 22CANCEL
Ihru 17, IJ, Town of N* of '
Her Islands.in ( EDITH TVQETT
the .
years must have contain two at Buccaneer Inn ($12 Cayman Kill. Florid D Deputy y Clerk TO NAPLESALMOST
A parcel of aovere gnty lend now BUY in Rock Harborforner
- f,lied odfocont, to Government LotS lot, rtnlJt Nice no ahborhood
107, 1010 I 117II
: IW'II/ JH' Attorney tor plaintiff .: availableJ000 :
City water
10 ii.It.: I ISIS Sect on 22 Townthip" 10 South'. 941 Centre! AveNaplet NEW ItM Galai" 100
1111. II 12 14 II I 171 and Renge 25 EatS Coll., County Florid FloridaAu5 Less then OttO milet" I d, .
I 171 LoIs I IN,JOi2'1 Block 94. s.den *. bmg ", r.sp.c,iI.lIy, d*. II .II 7> Sept I INC g741 itandard ihifl. RH Mutt tarifice <. Contact;
Machines May Be Keeping f..t ...1 and *d|.cnt to Lot tcr:bid .. follow on price Cell Ml 21412
I of Block 14 Lot 1 thru. I II From INc lou'h..., cornir of Gov IN' THE CIRCUIT COUNT OF THE "between" 7pm, ,ltd S p mMM A toc alet
thru 74 and thi. touth 100 feet ofI irnmint Lot 1, Section 22 Townihip. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 1/' If i ,'i II. Out Vir5.l i Marfum
I 10" t thru 12 Block M the ..tt 50 South. Rang 25 Eatt Coll.ir AND FOR COlllfR' COUNTY,
itt feet of Block 101. SOd Cut County Florida. accord,ng to a plat FLORIDA DEWEY'TOLLYREALTY
tOO feet of wool 200 flit of north of lurvev by Moril.o Jenkint, Cote No 2101 Chevy I 0, lid Tram
IM f..I. Block 04 Block 101 Jr d>td 1175 at *uch pl.t it pr.Sored ., FULLER INDUSTRIES INC a Good second car, Ml I 2011
Business From Excesses lot lIfe lot 50 fiat of th. north and carfif:id by LeRoy O fore'gn Corp rIian.oINar'id. 711" .
IU I..,. Loll I Ihru I. 17 thru Surveyor General I. run North S.d. bui."... in the
71. and the north :of Lots' I thru 50 IN. East 'SIn., 01 511 said Gov State of Florida. 1491 Chrytler For Sale Good Co".it of l I.t AVI Uo 4Tnm.awi
li of Block I tOt. LoIs I thru 2* ,rnsenlLat J ad's, lanes of 7111na .Plaintiff, trantportation |IOO 1174 Brood Trail,
Block III I I Loll I thru I Lots 19 foot. ,IN.nOl ,,,n No.1.. It' 55' U" ". AVI Norlh 1/. ItIU4 Ml' J4114Hive
will be
By SAM DAWSONAP the need for huge stocks and which the motor thru. 24 end touth 10 fill Lots w.nt.dislanta 01 177 f.... 10 an HELEN F HOWL. Cor,,... rtisa ted.',
long shlpping-lead tlmea. found. thru I?. Block II I. toll I thru ,".....CI'On sitN INa Faslirly so.and. Defendant Convertible 0 ."..d 1,5.55,5
Business News Analyst ,,. Block 12 I. Lots I 12 thru 22 ., 10.. of NapIs I.y. accOrd. AMENDED NOTICE TO lion. En.bar Red Black inter Client Interested In Tradml ,
or top
NEW" YORK (AP) Many an Economists first noted that Whether It is computers Block 121 lolt 17 thru 22 to the said piet o. sum.oy to APPEAR AND DEFEND or Call Ml 1 11217 or come by Waterfront lot for Co Op

executive has been taking bows inventories actually dropped in executive Judgment, If Inventories Block' 127. Lolt II thru 74. eI.bt,5N, INo. Paid 01. CIinoinlC STATE OF FLORIDA, TO anytime' 411 4t n. SI. So 11600 Apartment Contact Phil Kay
III f.o" tNe d.scr'b.dFocI HELEN F HOWL
Block 121. all of Stock 121lett ours .1
for holding to a conservative the early months of this fear May conservative in relation the south 10 feet of Lots II of Bee,nning' continue North ....... p.5nIa5dndI SlIt 51

policy that the business and then rose only modestly to sales, many of the pulse .10 II and 12 and th* north't II 54 35' Well. III feel moreor and whereibout itco TFtUCHI DEWEY POLLY
has kept of Lot II 14 and I! LoIs I lass to the pretent mean h"gh wa. R 0 SMALLER,
businessexpansion 1.1
upswing from developing dan. during the spring industrial takers of the present thru 4 and 21 thru 24 Block II tar i no o< Klaoiet I Bay Rt SAndovsi Mil Ford Good Motor $100

it'sa spurt. will be happy. Block 14 last the sew 115 toil course (2i thence .n a NorthKitirly Connect'cut IHI lnlorntionl. HIM 00H2 REALTYCorner
gerous excesses. But maybe and lilt wett S I/I feet Lot 7 and I d'reel on along lha sad Yoa aaia..ky nntId, 110.1 a .
machine that should be taking Now the Department of Com. Lot I Lott I thru. I I' II thr" 12 prittnf moon h.gh water lino IM tuifhstko.i.avladuClNCCirtuilCaurl : : | Falcon Deluv Station wagon
them for Mm roerce reports that in June total PUBLIC NOTICE und the ass, II feet of Lot 10 of foot more or I... to a point UO of lha TealfIN JodieaI, Circait 11250 COSi of lit Avo lo 4Tamiaml
Slack I 17 7 the. "witt 71 fiet of thetoiilh fill Northerly meatured. perpand :'0 ond for (.nular, Counl Florid.I I....* vehicle* todeyLUFF Trail
Some of these gadgets can cut factory stocks actually slippedby 100 feot of Clock I I' K Townf 'ruler SO Coorsa No I ICourto n CI'snceryN.ra', FULLER IN Ml 141M

to minutes the and ship $150 million, with the decline IN THF ciecwcoua, 0' T4ETWFLFTt4 Naplet Florida. Lot I thru .II ill thence due North M DUSTRIES 'INC Plaintiff ha* *n, CMC, INC: tit If
supply ,
JuDIcIAL C''CUIT' IN Unit I Aoualan. Shorn .,Ito f..1 sore e' I.... IC 515 inlr5sc5a. .d a su'i"I It .iainsf you I.d soil
ping processes that used to take concentrated In finished goods. AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY Lots I thru I and Lot I 10 flock A wiIN a lint ,arlll, 5,11 ... entitled FULLER INDUSTRIES Ill Mnth Stittt No.
days And The department says business FLORIDA Lott 4 thru 7 (lock C wait MLak 725 M fill North' ,lot......d It t,ght 'INC o fore gn corporel author. 59AcreageDISTRESSil
that, say the compu- fed to do h..i,nitt m th. Stele ., apl.sTamporary
cautious In. 'IN CMANCCRY NO f.., Lot I Lot I I..,. 11 Slack elasl" ) of Court No I ICour
ter's friend. is a chief reason In. "continuing a very ALMA LUCILE D. Lot 1 thru If Block F ** |4I! thine' South II' If Florida Pla,niiff vertut. HELEN Quarters
dustrv has ventory policy." HAMILTON WEITBROOK; 'Tar,.,* Subdivit li Cast duunc of 141 feet r HOWL Oifindent Owner needtmentyi
amazed the expertsby if PlaintiffGEORGE" That *ra bounded on the well, to an ,ntertect, with th'* *fort aid The nature af sad' soil I 't to fore 10 .c,... 11$0 total
True but here an exampleof nIaa a ,( 5 Lan ,,,od.d in ''c. Coll'ir County Rial .
holding stocks to a minimum .. bv the Gulf el Mi..caon the tout Eat ry| Miandir L'no' 'I< .n "S-Tr.iI.rl pr Ett.i.
when bursting how a machine can follow J.! WESTBROOKDfno'nt. hv the touth l.ne $.clar I T M S C ours* III) thane South '0' 10 INS Public Ricordt of Cull" 'er Countv For Rant Ml 1 I IHI Opin Sund.ytMo .
prosperity was still RUE en th* tail by the win 00 Wait along th* sad ......d.. Fiord' n 0 R Book lIt sIFaa. lisI IflLAcrot
out ill over Customers can find that policy and customer NOTICE OF SUIT r.,ht of wv I tin. of Gcroon Or.viOn 1 tin. 217 fet "mor or lass. to 01's 555, s.d, Iian' k'ng fIadJon TreiKrt, II a "wk with TV
out tester what they need and be served more quickly than TO GEORGE J WHTIROOK; the north by the touth r f ht O'vto5eoj'nn'to, (I. IH4 Th.. fonclmur of. 110 a "wilt Specei IS wk Can JIt sNow"IIilan Irons Court
0.,d..r HoI.11I".port. of say of fteenth Avenu SouthInclu You and eech of you are hotif.ad lad Len m/oi<.. the following dotcr Rock Creek Tr*,lor .Park : t, Ib; 1:'; t'
get u faster so cumbersome in* Suit TI", .bd ul proprty which i* lo cv A I
ever.Once Lou'.". and .11 .f IIOC 7. Lot. I ICru 10 that a It Qui.I It SIts 4/2ltf 3/W H
it took three to five days data 'bud .... b..n laud in Con.r Count/ Florida I*. Tr.n Ml' Ai4*:
vent rles are out of style. You *r. hanby not,fie* that S *'v. INC wtt ii ol Lot Itond bovc "oP"'y 7/71 Tu.t 4 Sun ft.
Lot II of Block' I and Lot filed igamet you aol you or. N.... "" _
and much clerical work to pro- Co" .'n' for Divorce hat II... filed For Rent
\ flour company, for exam *lunit you Sd are require* t* II I thru I It inclutiv of dock eAsullane by required lo ..'.. coov of yourP Lilt 27 GOLDEN SHORES SU( 48-Apts.
pie, links its 128 plants and cest an order for an electric iryi copy ol you your Antwer. orpiaadin Shorn lubdiv.t,on Unit A.osr 10 fNo Cen'.I.ict. .n t.. DIVISION (ccordmg to INs Plat TRAIL FRONTAOeV&R
district of. a and Let II thru. 24 ,nclutiv* .%,ntiff*' Atterny CONDON AND thereof a saCor d.d m .Plt, look I/a IM 11 DO 'It
from Texas the Comoie.nl
a th 00l.fm5COUrShs.'t
branch offices with a computers motor Plaint ff'l Attorney, th* La*on Firm* of Block 12 Loft II thru 24 intluwv McOANlEk Sut 7 latch (u.ld, I .Pig Ji Pubtr, ".C..,. of Cure I bdrm. tptt Iff.sunen . .
> tem that each night gathers flee through the Westinghouse of SMITH CARROLL VEGA of Block II and I ott II 'ng Naplee CoIl or County, Florid, Collar, CountFiord* TV Air Cond 749 OtIs s.OWE '" lOIs t
<, , ,. Vu orison'.d to ,,1. "with lbs' Avl So Ml iilh.. /. ;;,
Electrlc's Pittsburgh base. Now ROWN NICHOLS Catch luiidIn Ihru. 24 inch..* of Slack' 1 a Town and l. the or g nal n lha ofl 14749 !
and processes all company In. Naple' Flori. .<.. fill th of N.oli. Florid, ii.o Buck .f thi. Clark" of INC C"rcu.t Courton Clara of said Court your Anwr
of. In 414 minutes the Texas *nd T. before the. 21th day of Augvil end t. tirvl 0 copy '..,.of upon SOMETHING 'IftIHT 'N
formation. In the morning It Just or final thereof m th* slIce of th. Mitto Grove or INS Plaint ff .Pi,*,nl,,11. SABLE SHORES APT!. ,,(
or attOrney.HARRY
branch can do this order the Clark of ,". Circuit" Court of Collier. All 'interfiled portent onOf OPer, 144 ottlirwiM INc Illll.t on* to NOW I
fern a full analysis of sale and and fili,I written abiadt.000 to th* tot down m the compKmt. w,1I, betaken A LAIR whet mulingiddriie MI 2 MM ear* tract* loct4
through Us County *t I.., Naplm. Florida. onor Road Ave. lutt one mil* from
Off U
motor by teletype i pott ce (" III Itally Sod Aava ( 41
inventory both how much and onfirmation, of tuch roll Uoon th. a* confttdTh briv '
befor th* Ilth day of AufuttIM Frt Fiord, on t* Ibis.
computer center near Pittsburgh -I If fail lo do ... Decree .ProConfuo onclution .. th* .Public Hear' and not.ce oIl, b* oubiithed once Myr 11102 or to I OCDROOM UN'UHN"HIO' sroe.oy WIlls
you own aol
where fIn I yiur car
,. yur *r.II eppeirence e. or totooiar
'4 .' it
will I be ,. .. he m.kme ef any adiuttmentt' to ca'h aoah for fe. C v* APT. GREEN ACRES Mlr
Al i r the fame time a grocerystore ; have the motor located for the' relief demanded 0,005.m In *Com you ,the preliminary. ......"'...1 roll eteemed eikt ,n the Cellar' County New*. to Pla, .nt,ff t Complaint" on or ""'. 1111.1' aaalsst any Otharl Only 015
... asn full
f before the SIN lay of ..pl. ...', pro $755.
record adjusted be by the d*'I/ Sac sass*' general tire
chain. uses Its own computer *-the Inventory "' .'''fDONI to aieeettiry attettmcnt. 1.'_ .publilfild in Coaler, County IW4, and I eivse.asaoor, ad by LanaI .ApI. I b.d,.. Cars.eoar furthsr infoqmli.s. 0.111.otl
Ca.nscl. laid preliminary'

word sent to a designated factory AND ORDERED ., Cow law n* later INns said Cite other. b.ac S nNoppir Ysarly 0 1'. .Ssn.t E'toor rust'
network to check stocks In H. .... Collier Florid. roll *t may b. ad/uitid. thill bionfirm Florid & -
County tIns
ascertain the list Dted INs 2lrd dy "f July I1M. w''to INS negation* of said Cmiint monthly 21041 4,51tf_ MIdway S 1340. P. Sos ,1:
all 'mtlets This U punched out to restock th* 24th day of July. A D ItM '* will bi takan ai onfett.d --i.a.'r; ,.,....
and the MARGARET T SCOTT ASIa, th. confirmation of taid ,011uy .1 C..t Naplt, Colter County. FlorMARGARET ,. s".d .r ,
atilt fed dlrectl Into the flourcoutsny's price, trade discount Clerk of $1.. Circuit Court .*...."'."| ma be paid SuIt, ida ky WITNESS you hind and till of .pI N. .pals or .I".n.. MI : 66-ln.uranc.

system. Whatever tate sale tax; have an Invoice Cel....., Coun',. Fioride ... thirty day without intrtt T SCOTT I,INs. Court ,in my Nipl* Coll. .r County I n.7 ar Ml S 'It 4/11f
hereafter, Olteitmentl stall b* pay Clark of She C.roa.S Court
sent to the Iy ., EDITH TYGETT
store's outlets typed and an order / I thi' 10th day of Augul tsooly air aondifi00nd ffwian.Ce .
<*i/ il the chain 0_ CIr0SUIT. Olo .. f.ve to".. annual I install Cy EDVTH TYGCTT :Ilt'rl.
right warehouse by wire. TU .. CARROLL." VeGA.000WN men** w th ...,.,.., et IH per ennumfrom Deouty Clerk, 1114MARGARET N P4051st.I Sailabls I odilO. (*v* Money Casy Pay
( productscar
heeds j the producer's off the teletype 4 NICHOLS th. *>,.."..., of slid thirty CONDOM AND McDANIfk! T SCOTTCIRCUIT ? ..... ...rte. MlS 117' I It Plan, Aut* MomoJAEGER :
be supplied at once to the order comes au," II. I.lell StaId.nN..I.s. day from th* ..,. ef conformation Attorn.yt for Pllnt' ,ft* cI.O "' 1 ''17 1111 If ":,.. ..

cl .f'i' of the chiln's 22 ware with blU of lading label at. Pto..d.Altm".ys . V P. WOOD. it au,1t, 7 B.kh BuildingNaolM Cy COURT INEI SEAL MAGILL) on's"..a I badroam. .....1 INSURANC 1MI
Cit* MnegerAu Florida sanl. P1050 .II VaOS, bitch. SI. OIls Avo. Naugs
addressed for the carton tor Plalnt.tfJuly ,
h, --ei from the flour eompaw read location of the stock bin, ;i Auf 4. II. II. IM4 :111 I. II. IH4 ani July 21. Aug 4. II II I IH4 .J2I II II Deputy!> Sept Clerk'i.i I laO .247 elf and k.tIs. .MT\ Sell t/zitf w5S 'ItH!

j n. > jrest s,"tree. That cuts and the t tU

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8 COLLIER r ol'M I \ NTWS Tuesday, August It, 1X4 Johnson Writing Hold BrothersIn

Civil RightsShowdown Shorter Letters

Lengthy Docket Greets In Than HONOLULU: Formerly(AP) ... Presl. AbductionOf TeenAgersJACKSONVILLE

dent Johnson' letter writing
habits have been curtailed since
.. ; he took the nation's top office. (AP) -Two

Returning Judge Smith Atlanta SeenATLANTA t 1 f Hand Chart Canyon* J.,Jones Boulder, :32!, ,Colo.of Left, a onatlnj brother,police charred officers with and imper.ab.

ducting two at
v'1r teenage couples
xaa student member of the fourth
(AP) The stag ,A gunpoint, were held without bond
Municipal Judge I'mMd' S. that he had done so "most Eact.West Philosophers' Confer.
Is set today for a possible showdown today.
Smith returned to he" bench reluctantly. As a layman, I between civil rights forces ence at the University of cousin Hawaii Police said James Wilkes, 29,

Monday andhe rd31casesdur would be convinced of your and an adamant Atlanta restau. said removed", he Is a of"first the Presi and his brother, Ralph Wilkes,
ing a four-hour session. guilt, but as a judge I cannot rant owner who was denied once 29, were charted with abduction

It was the second successive find you guilty" more time before he must begin dent."His mother and my grand assault with Intent to rape and

court date that lasted well serving Notice under the new father were brother and sister Impersonatingpolice officers
Into the noon hour. Thomas CARELESS DRIVING Civil RI..ts Act. Jones said.Jones They were arrested Monday
Drown, acting judge while Smith Five persons were convic- In Washington Monday t.s said the President after officers traced an automo.
Supreme Court Justice L bile license number to
Hugo James
UJ5. ted of careless The
was attending Army war driving. rites him about once month.
Black turned ddfrn
College, heard a record-break judge suspended the driving privileges requests b\ .1 "While he was vice president, Wilkes
the owner "n.l at The teenagers told police they
of Abbie I used to letters couple of
number of cases two Myron Spen-
Atlanta motel for an order stay were "arrested" at pinpoint by
weeks 180.Judge cer, IT, Naples, for 120 dayson Ing effectiveness of a declslor pages long. He still writes regu two men while walking along a
Smith ordered a pre- a careless-driving charge. that the act's public arcommo laxly, but just enough to say beach south of Ponte Vedra.

sentence Investigation In the Benny Joe Vaughn, 21, of 335 datlons section Is constitutional hello, noJones said. When one of the youths Insisted

case of Helen Farrel DeMent, Fifth Street North, was fined These were the first court test on seeing their police i-reden.

43, of 3231 Connecticut, who $20 on a similar charge. of the act. p Teen Aged Boy's dale, the two men ordered him
entered a guilty plea Mondayto James Earl Taylor,47,Ocho- In a three.page memorandum to drive to i justli of the peace
driving while Intoxicated and pee, will serve 10 days In jail, Issued In connection with his re. Body Found In nearby 'The youth drove to Jack
driving without valid license. to be served during nonworking fusal, Black said, "A judicial somllle and reported the Inrt.
restraint of the enforcement ol 1 y. Sealed Box Car dent to police"
The defendant was released on hours, for careless driving.
one of the most Important sec, Meantime the two men put
her own recognizance until the A three-day sentence, also to MHMI (CAP) The bod) ofa ,
tlons of the Civil Rights Act found today the two glils In their i ar, equip.
teeu.ag: box was
court date. be served during nonworkinghours would, In my judgment, be un. to t- e when fruit lnsi In another DWI heard was Imposed upon Sam tib r
case, Justifiable. r sealed ren'igeratoriaxecarloudr on the back, ant, ordered
last week, Harold Lewis Holloway, 38, McDonald Quar- This left segregationist Lester ed with California melons the other unith to follow them.

Hoover, 22, of 1124 Ridge Road, ters. In another careless Maddox, who says his Plckrlck 4 t rs He appeared) to have been of They drove to a fish camp,
was found guilty and sentencedto driving case, George Harley Restaurant positively will not yJ e Mexican estimation. ordered the youth to stay tu his
pay $75 fine and serve 10 Combs, 17, of 2395 Wash- Integrate, faced with the possl. car, then took the two girls Into

days In jail. His driving pri ington, received a suspended bility of closing the restaurantIn ':J a tuMii. 'The girls Liter fled into
the face of expected further the woods and were joined bythe
vileges were suspended Tor a sentence.
integration attempts Wood SuggestsFire )imtli. 'The hid until the two
year.Monday's On the other hand, Moreton men left but obtained the license
Irma Foster <
lengthiest case Rolleston, head of the Heart of DistrictsFor number of their car.
consisted of a one-hour trial. $35 for speeding. John Earl Atlanta Motel Corp., said he Police SJid the Wilkes broth.

Ralph Vernon Mead, 45, of Duval, 17, of 580 Spring Line would comply with the court or.. New SnorkelIn era were Identified as the two
Lakeland, was found not guiltyof Drive, was given a 30-day sen der. '"I;! Ills proposed budget handedto : men from two Hire 1 lineups by
petty larceny and contributing tence for speeding, with sen- "We will never integrate City Council Monday, City the teenagers
to the delinquency of a tence suspended If the defendant Maddox said. "Plckrlck will 6'r y s Manager Vince Wood recognize
minor. receives no traffic citations never Integrate. the need for flre.flghtlng equip.

Mead was charged with participating for one year. "W. are just really hurt that mend to service Naples' multistory Nominal ChargeFor
in the alleged night- Two first offenders received our government will tell us that M' buildings, but he does not
we no longer can be free as \ recommend that ad valorem tax. FloridiansAt
for '('
time theft of 48 quarts of oil suspended sentences run 1 ,
Americans and no longer can es be used to buy such equip
from a service station With ning stop lights. They were' we select our customers," he f\( :I ';, ,N' ment Sunken GardensRalph
him at the time John Richard Erickson, 17, 11. - --
policeman said after learning of Black's Wood suggests that hpprlalflre Turner president of
Robert Grimm said, were two of 1530 Sandpiper, and Howard decision. "It's involuntary ser. "ANDT1IK\ GLOW FUOM[ THAT[ [ FIUK: : , Tin sit\ 'ii.mmIwst control taxing districts be es. Florida's Sunken Gardens in St.

teenage boys, one of them Otto Edwards, 17, Naples. vltudej: it'* slavery of the first of the late Piesident John F. I Ki-nncil.x.) I'IIIII''I\.l'd' $ l III vulutor [llniu'il: taMlshpd In commercial and Peteicbiirc, has announced that

Mead's son Station operator Johnny Lee Pigford, 38, Cope- order. It chows complete, utter Bt'l'ks11I occupy It special plan- HI' honor in lit Janlon; i ol I'.itnots., apartment tones that permit all permanent Florida residentswill

Roland Lawrence testified that land was found not guilty on disregard for the United States one phase of the new, !80-aciv multi-million dollar I'.ipo rill III Gardens; threp.story and higher roust rue. be admitted to the Gardens

48 quarts of oil were stolenon a charge falling to yield rightof Constitution" scheduled to open at this southwest Florida inmimimtv) )! mound October! lion These special zones couldbe during the month of Septemberfor

the night In question. way at a stop sign Maddox said he would make a 15. Sculptor Berks, recently cited by )Mfo Majraxnu': for his work' attempted taxed over a flve-jear period a nominal service charge.
Grimm testified that he Ralph Rogers Combs Jr., 19, final decision today on the sev. to the sincere determination and warmth of the ute to buy the $52,000 "snorkel" Turner stated that the purposeof
oral courses of action he says capture aerial truck the fire department this Intvtatlon Is to
Mead's truck of 2395 Washington, chargedwith busts III'U
stopped are open to him. President In this bronze I'c'ncli lillll. It will be framed buthl'l' recommended citizens with what Florida has to
after he observed It proceeding having an Improper muf- I.uu-oln. Jelferson in
Civil rights groups said they S, presidents including Eisenhower. Truman Council, If It looks favorablyon offer in the way of wholesome
along lit reet,heading away fler, received a 10-day sentence had no specific plans to make the Garden of Patriots. Tin- bust of Kennedyill be nl.ic-d bonenth Wotxl's idea can requestthe enteitaliiment. lie solid Iholl mol'l'

from the station, without lightson. suspended on condition the another attempt to Integrate a concrete canopy suspended over a mirror pool. 1965 Legislature to pass a than a quarter of million people
Nobody apparently saw defendant stays out of troublefor Maddox's restaurant today. local act allowing the special will visit the Gardens this year,
thieves In the act of taking the six months Lonzo Elbert Rolleston said: "We will obey taxing! districts for fire controlto but only a small percentage will
Ford, 21, Little Rockwas sen- the court's order and the orderof Lloyd, SO, has countered tlul be set up. U the lawmakers be from lorlda.
oil.The truck, Grimm said, was tenced to three days In jail for any other court that Is issued Bobby Wants GOP Senate he Is a "construe'tlva conserve, act favorably, the truck could be

carrying a number of cans of having no valid license. On a against us," adding there was live," standing between "those, bought late next year.

oil, but no one knew at that similar charge, Freddie San- nothing more he could do until Wagner OK For who run from the federal government Wood points out that, with spe.
time that a theft had occurred, ders, 40, River Park Apts., the case come before the Su. and those who run In t clal tax districts, owners of sin
made received prem Court on appeal in Octo. Race Sparks blind trust toward It," gle-story residences "would not
and the charge was not a suspended sentence.
Senate RaceNEW
ber. In the gubernatorial' races,I be contributing to the purchase of
until the next day. Grimm
the Democrats are attorney Cal, equipment that does not benefit
testified that Mead admitted he GAMBLING CHARGE YORK (AP) Atty. "
vln L. Rampton, 51 and Ernest them.
had helped the teenage boys The case Involving five men, Ike Talks At Gen. Robert F. Kennedy says he Utah PrimarySALT H. Dean, 50, speaker of the 196 3 I The fire department's recom.
take the oil, and he said he"didn't all charged with gambling was would not consider running for Utah House of Representatives,,o mended fire truck has a '75.foot
know why he'd done continued for two weeks by U.S. senator from New York The Republican candidate, a I i hydraulic "snorkel attachment and the

It." Judge Smith. Manny Sanders, GOP Strategy without ner's "express Mayor approval.Robert F." Wag. Utah voter LAKE nominate CITY (AP candidates ) -. are D. James Cannon, tlrectoi. to fight fires above second-floor

Lawyer John Emerson, representing 42, McDonald Quarters, pleaded A few minute after Kennedy for senator, governor anda of the Utah Tourist and Public!,, level. It Is more' maneuverable, DODGE BOYS
t) Count, and Mitchell Mellch,,,, more- versatile, and no more
Mead, asked for a guilty. John Henry Hampton Meet TomorrowHERSHEY made that statement Monday, variety of lesser state offices
former Utah COP national costly than a conventional long.
< ommltteeman.
directed verdict of 24 McDonald Quarters
not Wagner said: today.
on both charges. He argue pleaded no contest Pleadingnot Pa. (AP) .'If he Is available, he Is the The primary turnout was ex. ladder truck. ARE COMING !

evidence was Insufficient to guilty were John Henry Former President Dwight D. type of person who would makean pected to approach the record
sustain the petty larceny Schuler, 32, of 656 13th Street Eisenhower will be the mainspeaker exceptionally fine candidate.I 196,000 votes ast InI9 G. A vol.
Wednesday when R*. that he would win. at lie campaign for the Republican .
charge, and the charge of contributing North Robert Napolean Por- am sure
publican and
to delinquency of a ter, 55, River Park Apts. and candidates governors gubernatorial "I have a high regard for him U.S. Senate nomination wa
gather for a as a friend and as a public credited with striking voter In
cited the Louis Lee Mention 28 -
minor Improper Copeland campaign strategy session with servant." terest.
statute number, political and
organizational Asked whether his remarks Both senatorial < andlrtates,
Judge Smith granted Emer- Benny Williams McDonald leader of their party. constituted an endorsement, Rep. Sherlan C. Lloyd, R.Utah,
son's requests, and told Mead Quarters, also charged with Presidential nominee Sen. Wagner said: and Dr. Ernest L. Wilkinson, i' : \

gambling, forfeited $25 bond. Barry M. Goldwater called "I think I've made a pretty call themselves conservatives.But _
A bench warrant was Issued the meeting. Other che. strong statement already. they have differed sharply,I
for Harry Hunter Manroe Jr., duled to attend Include Gold. Wagner said he would not say on the meaning of conservatismand
charged with careless driving.The water' vie presidential run. more until he had talked again questioned each other's r per.
Golden following forfeited bonds: nine mat, Rep. William E. with Kennedy. Kennedy visited sonal qualifications.
I Herbert Longacre, $15, sleepIng Miller of New York, and former Wagner last Friday. No further The winner will oppose| Sen.
on municipal pier; Benny Vic President Richard M. Nix. meeting has been announced.Winebrenner Frank E. Moss D- Jlah. Moss
on. had no primary opposition. vur
Sims Naples$25novalld tNI
Ray Eisenhower will speak at a Neither did the four ramlMates
e driver's Willie Frank
license luncheon at 1 p.m. EDT, to be for Utah's two U.S. House of
Howard, Houston, $25, same followed by a new conference. Back Representatives seats

charge] David Charles Whitley, A morning business session On Desk Duty At There were contests for Mh
Houston, $25, allowing unauthorized will be closed with participation the Democrat and Republt' In
person to drive, Edward limited to 38 GOP party leader, Police Station nominations for governor. Gov !

I Charles Andrako, Naples, $40, Including 14 governor and the George D. Clyde, a Republl in,
disorderly and drunk) DallasE. same number of gubernatorial Officer Jerry Winebrenner, Is not seeking re-election.
Hobson, $15, (failure to dim candidates. who was shot a week ago Monday Wilkinson, 65, who resiq t i
Pennsylvania Gov. WilliamW. night when he and Detective Jack early this year as president >
light! Lloyd Hughy Watson,
Scranton, who bitterly fought Bliss surprised three burglars In Brigham Young Unlveriltv >s
Jacksonville,$25,speeding;and Goldwater for the presidential the Chrls-Tal Market was able singled out Llo\d's vote ((01 I.t C
James Clyde McMahan, Fort" nomination at last month's GOP to return to duty on the desk for civil rights bill, which Wllkl r 1
Myers, $25, speeding convention, 1* host for the meet. half of a day's shift Sunday night said could lead to a ""<"ur e
Cases continued for two Ing, although Ms duties art and last night work a full tour state" if Indlsi'rtmlnatelj e:
weeks Involved Willie Frank nominal. of duty, it was reported today forced

Cofleld, John Tally Noe, Adel
Barron, and Paul Edward Gor

GASOLINE don.drunkenness One person appeared charged In court with Old Fort Recalls Early Settlement 4r

and paid $10, and another for
TRADING STAMPS feited $15 bond. Respectively,

ORANGES they were Shelley Thompson
FLORIDA and Augustus Dominick, both of
Naples. r e

It., part of I greet new way to
factual your vacation pleasure
without Increasing your vacation ( er fa.r..i
Luci Wins Bout (
budget Hers an suet stew ol the
other inciting free gifts and vacation

pdviltiei that art yours With Flu Bug; .. 1 1.tepsta 1.
it t folder) late Quest, They're seeing the kind of homes they want,

FREE FISHING Returns HomeLOS "" in the kind of neighborhoods they want,

I I .(INCLUDING FREE AUTO IAIT AND TOUR TACKLII) ANGELES (AP>) Luctlalnes ii, within the price range they can afford.

, Johnson, triumphant In a
j ( NAPLES FLORIDA) mottle with a flu bug, leaves Lo.nr.les .
. FREE PRIVATEPLANE \ today for the White They asked a Realtors to help them.

RIDE !louse '*,. 'rt who tubteribt to the provisional
The dark.halred 11-year.olddaughter ove the knowledge of available homes.
DYES NAPLEAND of President Johnson 1 in at could save than time, ht can personally Show you several standards an established Code of
t "rt "d rnoney, which "Mill" SUit your need Ethics may call himstlf a Realtor
returned 'to Los Angeles from Rcjscn' Because a Realtor It aorotess Ont important point to rememher When you want to buy I home
ban Francisco Monday with a c-l ,m pal' State Ai such Not every real estate broker seA -or any rsal estate I
THE touch of Intestinal flu. She was it can pl ace at your ipoial' hs, Realtor Only a member of the -look. (lor this seal
STOP AT reported "still a little weak, but wide, pernct, and technical, skin N.v rri Association, of Real Estate Only a Realtor can Q

YELLOWAND much Luci better"had appeared Monday night Saturday buying, a home Because ht has Beams and of hit local board display, it, ik

BLUIGOG night at a Young Cltlsens for "J
Johnson barbecue In BeverlyHills
SIGN then Hew to San Francis NAPLESOnTheGiilfBOARD 'JT
co for another campaign ap.
FOrt DETAILS pea ranee on her father' behalf

when she became ill
She mad a brief appearanci v
GULF AMERICAN at the barbecue, stayed over law ;* ,lt. _

night In San Francisco and returned .
Fl fi4l Nt l ft t Unit OF REALTORS
LAHD CORPORATION to Los Angeles to recu., Fort Caroline on the St. Johns River near the alt of f the present city of Jacksonville was
t pirate at the home of attorn y founded In 1544 by french Huguenots fitting religious ptrstcution. The European stttltmtnt,
Lloyd Hand and Mrs. Hand. late called San Matte by the Spaniards, existed half a century before the Pilgrims landed
Hand was Johnson's assistant t This muitum and reconstructed fort art among many rtaioni Otvtrnor Farrls Bryant and the
when Johnson was In the U.S,, Florid Otvtlepmtnt Ctmmlaalon art urging Floridians to vacation In their own ftatt this
Senate summer
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