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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 12, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Ar dD 'No Part Of U.S. Can Be A Jungle' ")..0.,6,






The+ or Civil Rights LawEnforced Mused



By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


GENEVA (AP) Dr. W. A.

Visser't Hooft, general secretary T
of the World Council of

Churches, says Pope Paul's encyclical .

Indicates Christian unl. Be LBJ Says
ty Is stills long way off.

Dr. Visser't Hooft, whose or. oft
ganlzatlon represents 209 Proto ,

e.tant. Anglican and Orthodox

denominations, said Tuesday I It NEW YORK (AP) President fense of freedom because I It Nam a policy that ,... drawn lea will i too allowed to be, me
that the
was "encouraging" Johnson told the AmericanBar was right that we should" the fire of Sen. Barry Goldwa a jungle In reason of the strong

Pope emphasized the necessity Association today he will\ But he beckoned to America ter, Republican presidential preying on the weak, Johnson t
of continued all
dialogue among enforce the civil rights law and allies to lend a strengthens; I nominee. added

Christians.But citizens must observe it re. hand and he upheld the admin, Johnson took advantage of the ,'Sucht.. must be stopped
he addedt
gardless of demonstrations In 1st ration's over.all policy In Viet: forum the lawyers offered to restate and punished whether they
The concept of dialogue
the streets and violence In the principles! and policies occur In Mississippi or In New
which the encyclical develops l Is!
night, guiding the administration with York."
not quite the same as that whichwe
Civil Defense
respect to both Viet Nam and Under the
have used and practiced for In a Itv where racial dUor Constitution, he
many years In the ecumenical t del >>rUl't ell l recent/; in Harlem Cyprus.It said, local authority has the
n TestedThe is our duty to the North At. main respot sitniity for Ivtl
movement. According to the en. 1 t and Brooklyn, Mohnson pledged System
Untie Treaty Organization to "There Is
thati peace no t lace In
Is mainly
cyclical dialogue: a:
which Greece and Turkey be. our fedora) s\Mem for a atlon.
form of communication of the 'We will not permit any part test held yesterday afternoon long, the President said, to help al police force"

truth which the" Roman Catholic : of America to become a jungle, of the Civil Defense prevent Its disruption by a war "But where help Is needed or

Church holds. where, the weak are the prey of warning system was estimatedto In Cyprus federal law is violated, we shall

T 1I the strong and the many." have reached about 90 per He said It also Is our duty to be there. the President

COLOMBO Ceylon (AP) w, While speaking of maintaining cent coverage of what was expected help avoid large.scale loss of pledged
Ceylon's fates new on law and order among American City Civil Defense life* among Cypriots and to up. He said Congress has passed

trots aimed press at curbing com'en. I Citizens Johnson also stressedIn Director Dob Bender said this hold the principle. of peaceful "a compassionate and comp;'rehenslve .
Ms prepared address that settlement of disputes civil rights law" with
of ownership morning.
tratlon newspaper "we work for peaceful process In South Viet Nam, through the support of more than two.
and criticism\ of the govern It was estimated that the
among nations," and for the de. three administrations, Johnson thirds nf the members "I i i both
ment. w addition of five more stations said, the United States has had parties.

Prime Minister Slrimavo Ban. II and the use of s better tape one consistent aim the ob. "The President has signed It
deranalke 1 Tuesday
approve
L recording or s direct voice servance of 1954 agreements -end will enforce It," Johnson
the establishment of a
press broadcast will bring coverageup guaranteeing the nation's Inde.pendence. said "CUizns: must observe It.
council and tribunal to carry out
toexpectationsNendersald. Neither demonstrations
in the
of three.
the ommendatlons a
The 21 stations used In yester "That Independence," he said, streets nor violence In the

man The study commission commission.suggested A; 'V:11 : rvh day's test, with ss many as four "lias been the consistent targetof night can or will' restrain us
"
.
,, aggression and terror. from to
seeing it that
laws
that the tribunal draft a code of S speakers at some stations are
For 10 years, he said, our re. rightly passed will be
Justly ob.
ethics for newspapers| fix prices hooked up to the Gulf Coast )
sponse to these attacks has fol. served"
and advertising rates, license Television cables the firm
lowed a consistent pattern In
reporters and pave the way for which is cooperating with Civil which the Vietnamese bear

the nationalization of Ceylon Defense In the community pro- basic responsibility for defend.
largest newspaper! group Asso ASPIRING Young Artists
gram. Ing their own freedom and this
Seeks
elated Newspapers of Ceylon Melissa Pope and Civil Defense personnel and country Is committed to using Bobby

Ltd. Chrissie Moiris technicians forGulf Cosst Television Us power to the extent needed to

firm were onthespotobservers repel aggression

MOSCOW (AP) The skip. of yesterday's test. NO NAMES BUT... Senate SeatIn

per of the Soviet cruise ship When It ComesTo Bender said conflicting reports Without mentioning names,

Cruzla says only the skill of his from citizens over the the President said, "There are

sailors prevented a collision area as to the success of the those who would have us depart ;

with the U.S. destroyer Kretch. Art, They're'Particular' test were transmitted to his from these tested principles": New York

mer on strlptoCuba. k office,,Generally office work and those who would have as

"There was a moment when a ers In rooms where slr-condl withdraw from the conflict, He NtW .iW (AI-J -- AttOen ; -

t coJllsion.with the V.s.rt@lIlfOY": e tloners were running filled to said others are 'ager td en. > Robert >'. Kennedy has de.

seemed Inevitable," Capt. T. The "Particular Artists Art n & hear the warning "Yet large the conflict with reckless Jdnd ,to enter' the New York

Makatsaly was quoted as saying Gallery," run by Melissa Pope 7 others," Bender said,"lnne.r- action which might risk the rare '"' U.S. senator, the New
In the government newspaper offices lives of millions, engulf much of York Times Raid today.
and Chrissie Morris held an ex. by that had doors or
Izvestia Tuesday. "Many of the Asia and threaten the peace of
Similar have been
U.S. sailors rushed on deck hlbltlon Tuesday morning from 10 windows open received the taped the world." reports
( minted er broadcast bv other
to 12 (1t' dl
.
wearing llfejac'kets. message. have chosen
"The course we
news media Inclu ling the New
,
artistsare
The captain also said the The enterprising young 4i1e Looking forward to s time will require wisdom and endur. York Journal.American, the Co.
both 11 old and have
Gruzla was buzzed several years when there might be s power ance," Johnson said "But let umbla Broadcasting system

times by U.S.planes. He did not been preparing working the for show.about Melissa a month and U rM failure.ss followed In the wake no doubt we have the resources and the American Broadcasting

say where or when the Incidents Chrissie shown above exhlb.itlng of 1960 Donna Bender anticipated and the will to follow this Co.
are
occurred. The Cruzla Is In the two examples of the work the need of a battery Course ss long ss It may The Times said It learned

Soviet port of Kallngrad. they did In oils,In the lower photo powered communication system take." Tuesday night that Kennedy had

they are shown greeting fellow to keep citizens Informed Turning to the racial problemat told relatives and a few close

artist, Mrs. Elsie Upham with of utility restoration progress. home, Johnson said his friends of his decision.

SAIGON (AP) Communist the refreshments they served at A careful study of results of "No person whatever to at Kennedy expects to make a
China accused the Soviet Union the exhibit. yesterday's test will be made, grievance can be allowed formal declaration of his ,andl.
Tuesday of being too cautious In Their work was arranged In an corrections made tack the right of every Amorl duty next week and In air
Bender said
denouncing the United States outdoor exhibition In Mel. d can to be secure In his home, robability announce at the
for Its recent reprisal attack on Issa's grandmother's (Mrs. Ar. 4 where necessary, and anothertest his shop and In his streets" same time his resignation as at.

North Vietnamese patrol boat thur W. pope of 17014th Ave.S.) will be run. After saying no part of Amer. orney general the story added.

bases. backyard. .
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Shortly after Peking radio The aspiring young!! artists had

broadcast the rap at the Krem. the backyard gaylydecorated-hl. 4
blscus flowers sat In the spikesof i 1
tin, U.S. Ambassador Maxwell
Taylor told a news conferenceIn the cabbage palms,there was a i i4A

Saigon the United States has lures refreshment hung In table a sort and of the clothes pic __ _____ k'Al lly _ pu _ _ _ _ _ _
adequate military resources to Y D I i1Mr
line fashion from tree to tree Official welcome to fellow Mrs Elsie ,
repel any Communist attack on artist Upham, y M
The girls had also turned Mrs.
South Viet Nam.
Pope's guest house Into a "stu. ,
China said the North Viet Jio" and their shingle, "The y

namese government sent an ur. Particular Artlltl'Art Gallery," Council On e2'L
UN
gent message to the Internatlon. hung outside the door. Chrlssle City Water Lines
al Control Commission In Viet and Melissa also had their hand!.

Nam accusing the United Statesof work up for sale at the exhlbi.ton. Standby Alert

"continuing to provoke and : Prices for the oils, water
sabotage North Viet Nam." colors pastels and charcoals ran

The control commission, con. from 30 cents to 60 <'ent I. Due To Cyprus Move North EastThe

slstlng of representatives from When asked what they plannedto ,
- - -
India, Canada and Poland, has do with their profits, they said UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.

arrived In Hanoi, the capital of that they were goingtodonate part (AP) The U.N. Security
City water will be available line leading to Sea Gate
North Viet Nam, dot on.the.spot of it to the colored nursery In Council went on a standby alert
Investigations. to many residents of North Ms* School branches from the Trail
town. today after Issuing an appeal
pies In the near future, carried then westward to the new
aimed at stopping Turkey Jot t
there by about four miles of school. It also leads still further *
flights over Cyprus and averting
attacks by Greek Cypriots on water mains Installed by the west on Sea Gate Driveto

Extremism Of All Kinds the Island Turkish Minority. City. the water plant In the Sea

Council President Shirt A, Water Department head William Gate Subdivision.

I Nielsen of Norway made the si; Ssvldge and Engineer C rl In another agreement with v
peal Tuesday night after another Howard estimated hook-ups can
Golf and
Dig Cypress Country
emergency council session to be made about September 1.
Disavowed GoldwaterHershey Club Estates, that developmentwill
By deal with a complaint by Cyprus They also silted lengthening of in
get city water exchangefor
that turkey violated the cease lines In East Naples was In
city rights to locate number
fire by an air attack Monday on
Pa. CAP) Repub. secretaries of defense or state, the village of Polls. progress and there residents will find In certain city of wells In he golf course

llcan presidential nominee Bar. or any other key national se. Turkey denied that Its planes areas area

ry Goldwater disavowed ex. curlty posts.Cioldwater. fired during Monday's flight. It water available about October \n elght-Inch line branches

tremists of the left and right said his foreign accused Cyprus of trying to 1. eastward from the Trail main

today, and promised, U he wins policy would be patterned upon scuttle efforts to restore peaceon Extension of water mains to at Trail Terrace 14th Street,
the presidency, to consult In ad. Elsenhower's, and continued: the Mediterranean island North Naples stems from an
vance with former President "If all this amounts to an Impulsive When the II.nation rounrll agreement with the County then north to Solana Road, then k

Eisenhower on appointments to and trigger-happy/ ap. wound up the debate Tuesday School Board to .upplycltYWI- continues east again under the j It

key Cabinet posts proach to foreign policy then night, Nielsen suspended the ter to the new Sea Gate Ele railroad track and Goodlette : ,

''I seek the support of no ex. 1 fear the English" language has meeting Instead of adjourning, transit, School to open for the Road. A six-Inch line will ex* 51 51 :

tremists of the left or tin lost its meaning so that it could resume on snort first time this fall 1.Ssvldge tend Into the golf course area.

right," Goldwater told a closed. Goldwater said the numberone notice It trouble broke out said water will be Other branches from the
door summit conference of Re. campaign problem the Re again
Trail main to the east have
publican leaders he had sum. publicans face Is "the totally The new coon U appeal was Available to the school before
moned here view our opponents will proposed by Arsene Assouan the opening date, and that no* been !Installed at Ridge Road, .
In a bid for part wrong -- - -- --- -
unity. try to din into the mind at every Usher of tin Ivory Coast thing remained to be done ex* Ohio Drive Morning Side Drive
THE "SMOKEY THE BEAR READING CLUB" M.! I' 'ifraduatlon"
and Each
Goldwater said he was conn American voter namely that cept flush out and ch lorlna'. Michigan Avenue.
exercises yesterday and Smokey the Bear was thi r r ai> insist Mrs
dent there would be no "10oo the election of a Republican Florida Solons the lines and set the meter Installation covers special
called extremist takeover of the president In November will A total of 6.600 feet of 12- areas to the north or south of June Haschka of the Collier County Library with pru" Lotion of ortlflcates -

party" somehow lead to war Favor Aid Cut inch and 8.100 feet of eight- the eastward tines.Installations to the .19 children In the program. Smoky Iii !shown here

His statement was distributed "This Is the supreme politicallie inch pipe has been Installed under shaking hands with a couple of the readers and (in th t background Is

la advance.In and we've got to label it for WASHINGTON (AP) -Florida northward along the Trail. in are various areas way Alan H.: King, Collier County ranger who helped with the program

It, be said that If elected what It Is," Goldwater said senators George Smathers and Branch lines runntag both east or In completed East Pine and showed a film on conservation. The program! way sponsored allover
president be will consult Eisen The Arizona senator said a Spessard Holland voted with Naples along the stat by the Florida Forest Service and loc.lIwith the help
and from the Trail mains Ave
west l \ Road Lunar
In Street
hower administration "will the majority Tuesday approving Kelly ,
former Vice President Goldwater
of the library and 'Junior Woman' Club. The participants, mostly
Richard M. Nixon "and other mean an Immediate return to 50.33: an amendment cutting required about 11,300 feet of nue, ClCOIanc1 Areca Avenues,
experienced leaders seasoned In $218.7 million from the omnibus six-Inch pipe, and about 3,500 Oak Ridge Lane, Darren Stored 8.10 years old, read 10 books emphasizing the important it of conservation

world affairs" before naming (Continued o* page 2) foreign aid authorization feet of four-Inch pipe. r and Van Buren Avenues. of wildlife and,natural resources ( NEWS photo)









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Flying Rocks Mark Racial


Extremism . .
,,, LBJ Denies
'" .d 1 " "" Cities
' ) i n"yen poll. lOt pray' Violence In Jersey
t i 'Udi strength which Yn,' tinallmark -
', of the Eisenhower hurling empty bottles and
Depleting ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) began
usHe ." Negroes in Paterson and both bricks at a passing police car.
added Negro and white youths In ElIzabeth Twelve Negroes boarded a bus,
"Every president if he's went on violent sprees knocked the hat off one of four
w )rth his salt, will pick his own ArsenalWASHINGTON Tuesday night In which gasoline passengers and smashed win.
i ablnet. He must pick his own as. bombs, rocks and empty bottles dows.
sociates for the top echelon of were hurled store windows All available street policemen
ivernment.,) However I can as..ure (AP) Prest smashed and one store was loot converged on the Negro district,
you that I would not appoint .dent Johnson and the Pentagonhave .d. rerouting buses around Cover
anyone to the offices of fired back at Sen. Barry The outbreaks began first In nor street and blocking off the
secretary of state, or secretaryof Goldwater's charge that the Ad. Paterson and, as order was re street to all traffic.
defense or other critical na. ministration Is depleting the stored there, flared up in Eliza Civil rights leaders com.
tional security posts until I have "arsenal for the defense of free. beth. Both are major Industrial plalned of police brutality high
first discussed my plans for lorn." cities In northeastern New Jer unemployment and poor housingin
those appointments with Gen. They described as "totally sey. the city.Graves .
Eisenhower, Dick Nixon and false" Ooldwater's statement Elizabeth police said three denied that racial
other experienced leaders sea. that the U.s. capacity to deliver i ARCIIITECT'S SKETCH cars carrying white youths careened discrimination existed In Pater
coned in world affairs." nuclear weapons may be reducedby : r'! in the I left photo through the streets of a son, a city of 143,000 residents,
Goldwater offered a string of 90 per cent in the next decade. of ..' ;, I .1 : upper predominantly Negro neighbor. about 40,000 of whom are Ne.
how the three
pledges to the 38 Republicans, And President Johnson, ad. 1' i. 'f' 19\; " "',' lio\\s -ttnit hood tossing bottles. Negroes grows
Eisenhower and Nixon among dressing the same audience that Central Baptist Church at smashed a tavern window po. Elizabeth has 107,000 rest
them, he summoned here to heard Goldwater's charge the Vat: C Sea Gate Drive will lice said, and a Negro man was dents and 18 per cent are Nerroes. .
talk about party unity. members of the National Association luckv h e n completed charged with looting ( .
The senator had a preview of Counties said 1.0el' photo is of the light Paterson Mayor Frank X.
unity talk Tuesday with New "Our resources are commit w i n g now completed, Graves said today, "We have
York Gov. Nelson A. Rocke. ted, our sacrifices are made, which will be dedicated in every reason to believe there Chile Breaks
feller. our vigil is maintained so that will be further trouble. We are
He said they met for about 90 there shall be no win for aggression I (ceremonies starting tomorrow prepared for further trouble to.
minutes to discuss the party, in our times." 13 at 2 p.m. Constructionof night."
campaign Issues and "the nor. In his speech Monday, Cold. 1 L yy the left vinyl of the In Elizabeth acting Police t>\. Off Relations
mal things good Republicanstalk watr, the Republican preslden.tlal church is expected to start rector Michael D. Roy said he
about nominee, said the United in the near future, with did not believe the disturbances
Goldwater said he had not States faces the prospect of the central church edificeto were racially motivated but
discussed the role Rockefeller going Into the 1970s without a be added later See were the work of "a group of With Castro
might play in his campaign. single new manned bomber. story (NEWS photo) young guys out for a lark."
has said he wlU "Under
The governor our present defense Police appeared to be In con.
support the ticket but cam. leadership, with Its utter dlsre. trol In both cities SANTIAGO: Chile (AP) _
Latin
in New York. gard for new J. Central BaptistTo Only three American na.
palgn only weapons, our de. f l 7 I ( N Twelve separate Incidentswere
Goldwater told the summit Jlverable nuclear capacity may reported in Paterson. At lions remained on diplomatic
conference he and vlce-presi be cut down by 90 per cent I Ir I 1'4' '1i-Joi'ii' J:", Dedicate First least three store windows were terms with Cuba today after
dentlal nominee William E, Mil. the next decade," Goldwater asserted smashed. Chile severed relations with Fidel .
ler would stand behind the GOP unless present plans are Unit TomorrowMembers Mayor Graves said a dozen Castro's Communist regime.
platform's "solemn pledge for changed.Not Miami Takes In Plan New Tests and friends of the Negro youths boarded a bus and Chile's move Isolates Cuba from
full Implementation" of the new so, the Pentagon said Copters Central Baptist Church will joinin smashed its windows. all Its neighbors except Uru.
civil rights law. Tuesday night through Assistant dedication service tomorrow Two fires were started In Elizabeth guay, Bolivia and Mexico.
Goldwater said he rejects any Secretary of Defense Arthur Steps To Bar Of IntegrationIn afternoon and night for the new. firms with gasoline The break came only three
luggestlon that he would do Sylvester Assault On ly completed wing of the church. bombs and a third was started weeks before Chile's voters are
therwise because he voted Sylvester's statement said Race ViolenceMIAMI Ste The church to eventually have under the front porch of a white to choose a new president. A hot
against it In the Senate. Goldwater's charge was "not Augustine three units, Is located at 750 residents' home facing an Integrated Issue in the campaign Is wheth.
"Further, I say to you . only without foundation but con. (AP)) Ghettos lead Sea Gate Drive.Ceremonies public housing project. er U.S. (corporations especially
that I will use the great moral trary to the farts" to racial violence and many citIes RedsXA ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) Ne. will start tomor. One store was looted.No copper companies, should be
Influence of the presidency to "The farts are," the state. Including Miami, continue to Viet gross planned today to test row at 2 p.m. There will be a serious Injuries were re. taken over by the Chilean gov.
promote prompt and peaceful ment said, "that In 1970 we will tolerate them as concrete slums, more restaurants for Integration pot luck supper at 6 p.m., and ported In either city. ern ment.
observance of civil rights laws have a capability to deliver on a Negro leader said Tuesday BA 1IAO, Viet Nam (AP) under the civil rights law. the final dedication services at Four persons were arrested In Some diplomatic observers
"It goes without saying thata target 2% times as many war. night One of the largest helicopter During the past two days of 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Al Janeyof Elizabeth A Negro man was so here think the break with Cuba
GoldwaterMlller administration heads as we had In 1961 and a "You can't forever keep pea assaults of the South Viet Nam tests, they have been served at the New Testament Baptist cused of looting a clothing store will hurt the chaines of Salva.
would take within ap. greater number than we have pie in ghettos and expect themto war was hurled today against a 10 restaurants and turned away Church In Miami wUl be the and three white youths were ar. dor Allende, a Communist.
proprlate constitutional limits- today." be passive and docile when reported concentration of some from four. There were no Inci speaker.The rested after they allegedly backed Socialist who Is cam.
whatever action Is necessary to A Goldwater speechwrtter, they find their plight Is hope. 3,000 Communist Viet Cong In a dents. Rev. Oscar McCoUum Is threw a bottle from a car. A Ne. palgnlng for president on a
deal effectively with situationsIn Karl Hess, said Goldwater's I..s.,' said the Rev. Theodore Jungle area.Ninety.stx. The Negroes were armed witha the pastorof new local church gro man was arrested In Pater soaMlie.Americans platform.
this area that might develop forecast was based on public in. Gibson Dade .*HMy. ,resident Vietnamese and federal court Injunction Issued and will greet about IS pastorsof son on a disorderly persons The other leading, candidate Is
In disorders riots or any other formation about bombers, mis. of the NAACP. U.B. Army helicopters carried in Jacksonville ordering 17 eat. the State of Florida Fellow. charge. Christian Democrat Eduardo
forms of mass lawlessness. sues and their payloads. "If it takes a 50 by 100 toot nearly 1,000 Vietnamese troops Ing places to serve Negroes. ship expected to attend the dedication Paterson Is about 15 miles Fret, a moderate leftist. Al.
And," he added, "let no one "You tike what we've got and lot to build a home for you," he Into the attack. Service In some places, how. services. west of New York City and Ellz. though an advocate of reforms,
mistakenly assume that a Cold- you take what we're going to told the Junior Chamber of Minutes after the assault be. ever, was given with silent pro. Members of the Central Baptist abeth Is 20 miles south of Pat. Frel has not suggested, that the
water Miller administration have and that Is the result," Commerce, "then why should It fan, a young U.S. Army first test.Signs Church held their first meet. erson. government take over U.S. cor.
would shirk any federal re. said Hess, He said no classified take less for m.?" lieutenant slumped dead at his In at least two restaur. lag for srvices on March 29 Police said the trouble In Elite porat Ions.
sponslblllty to prevent any information had been used. Gibson said proper city zoning controls. ants read "Money received in the Masonic Temple. Con. abeth began at 11:30 p.m whena After the break was an.
American from suppressing the laws would prevent ghettos from A so-callber armor-piercing from Negroes will be donated to structlon of the wing to be ded. gasoline bomb burst on the flounced Chile's biggest labor
rights of any other American." developing and enlarging. machlnegun bullet had passed Goldwater's campaign fund." Icated tomorrow was started in sidewalk outside a closed tav. organization, the Communist.
Goldwater devoted much of The Word Is Out H e suggested businessmen through the windshield as the Another restaurant displayeda May and the congregation moved dominated Central of Workers,
his attention to foreign affairs. "play fair" with city officials to helicopter was making a strafe sign on the front door saying Into the new quarters In late ern.As three fire engines roaredto said It would retaliate with a
"The republican party Is, and To Sewer District help enforce the public accom. ing pass and pierced his heart. that no out of state residents June Arnold Glazier of Bonita the scene, a second gasoline nationwide strike. No date has
has proven Itself to be, the par. modatlons section of the Civil "He was the seventh pilot in will be served. This was an apparent Springs was the contractor.The bomb crashed through the win. been revealed.The .
ty of peace," he said. Property OwnersAbout Rights Law. our class of SO to be killed In attempt to avoid the in. church owns a 280Jool I I dow of the tavern and started a break with Havana was
"We don't claim that the "This clock has gone too far Viet Nam," Capt Robert Estes terstate commerce clause on frontage on Sea Gate Drive, and small flra. the first under sanctions voted
Democrats are a war party," 1,500 cards have gone out around and I'm not worried of Anson Maine, said. which the civil rights act's pub. plans in the near future to add a A short time later another by the foreign ministers of the
he said. "But America from Hall Another armed helicopter, lie accommodations section was the construction ., bomb Organization of American
might City notifying property about anyone turning It I back. second wing to present was thrown through the
well question the caliber of owners In Sewer District m 01 The freedom train (civil rights) flown by Maj.) Ralph Irvin of hinged. and later to add the main window of a Spanish-American States July 25 In Washington.
leadership which has blunderedInto assessments against their pro. has gone too far up the hill to Redding, Calif., also was shot There have been rumors here church edifice which will occupya grocery. There was no fire. The OAS demanded that all
three wars in my lifetime perty to rover sewer installation be pushed back," be said. up badly but limped back to about turning many eating central spot in the complex. Down the street a clothing Latin American countries: sever
because it doesnt understand costs and that public hearingwill Meanwhile, gun dealers In Ml Saigon. Redding and his crew places Into private clubs td (See photos) store was broken intq and the both diplomat)' and trade\ (ties I!
Its responsibilities for keepingthe be held. ami have agreed to eliminate escaped Injury avoid public accommodations owner' said some suits were tak. with Cuba. Although the Chilean
peace." The public hearing to hear ob. window displays of weapons un. Every available helicopter In sections of the law announcement said nothing
The senator said he supports juctlons In writing will be held til mld.November to help fore the southern half of South Viet en.Fifty Elizabeth policemensped about stopping trade It Is ex.
"unconditionally the purposesthe in the City Council Room at 1:30 stall racial violence. Nam was rounded up for the op. Pole Who Talked to the area and dispersed ported that such a move will 0('.
United Nations was original p.m., on Wednesday August 19. Dade County State Attorney ration. touched down about six seconds, about 200 Negroes. Police then cur.Last
ly Intended to serve ." Tie cards state that assess. Richard Gersteln told gun deal. But the morning started poor. just long enough to unload their Back Nikita turned their attention to youths year's trade between
He said the United States ments amount to 3.37 cents per ers meeting yesterday "This Is ly. The helicopters and the VIet. men. Only a few troops reported To roaming cars. Chile and Cuba was valued at
must "make the fullest possible, square feet of property owned. the time of real crisis. The names Air Force fighters that enemy contact. The disturbances broke out on about $10 million. Trade so far
use of the United Nations" and Engineers had estimated before moratorium signed by 40 whole. were to have blasted rockets "In this mess of jungle there Made PresidentWARSAW the perimeter of Pioneer this year Is at about the same
seek to Improve it. construction began that the cost salers, dealers and pawnbrokers Into the assault tone had to turn could be 2,000 or 20,000 Viet Homes a block. square group of level!
But he added," the U.N. was would be 3.23! cents per each Is to stay in effect until after away when heavy ground fog Cong hiding and we'd never see Poland (AP) publicly financed apartment
never designed to be a substl. square feet. schools open and elections are rolled In. them," an American paratroop Veteran Communist EdwardOchab buildings for low.lncome I
tute for a clear and resolute Property owners may choose over. It was nearly 9:30 a.m. before adviser said angrily. was unanimously elected groups. Negroes Puerto Ricans
U.S. foreign policy. ." one of two payment plans In meet. Gerstein said names of those the operation got under way But Viet Cong antiaircraft today to succeed the late Alek. and some whites live in the proj. Of N w
Politically, Goldwater said, Ing assessment charges. They who did not comply would be again. batteries continued to hammer sander Zawadzki as Poland's ect.
"we seek to read no one out of may be paid In cash or over a reported and efforts would be "It's nice for the Viet Cong away from under their canopyof chief of state. In Paterson an estimated 110
this party. . we want and we five year plan at six |perrent. made to "persuade them" to fol. this way" a crewman said. foliage. The Polish Parliament award. policemen helmeted and carry.
need the help of every Republican Settlements may be made with. low suit. "Our spotter planes have given Returning to Saigon from the ed the largely ceremonial postof ing nightsticks, covered a 25. JeepPr
If we are to win In Novem. In 30 days after Invoice date them fair warning. They'veseen second lift, helicopters again State Council President to the square-block area breaking up
ber ." without Interest charge Kesl- Gerstein said the cooperation the sky black with choppers drew murderous fire. 58-year-old Ochab within min. groups of young Negroes where
"We repudiate charscter.as.saains dents will have 90 days there. of gun sellers was an example and now they have a cou. Near the same place Tuesday utes after First Secretary Wla. ever they congregated.The .
vigilantes,Communists: after to honk home facilities to of "the spirit that has kept Ml. pie of hours to pack up at le the Viet Cong hit a government dyslaw Gomulka announcedthat first report of trouble
and any croup such as the Ku the sewer lines.Pocahontas ami from becoming another isure." outpost, killing 11 defenders and he was the choice of the came as about 200 Negro teen. t/t
Klux Klan that seeks to Imposeits Harlem or another Rochester" In the jungle scores of smoke capturing 19 rifles. ruling Communist party. ages left a clty.sponsoreddance. I
views through terror or the Indian princess Neal Adams, president of a bursts erupted and tracers Estes, his face tense with an. Ochab was born In Krakow .
threats of violence" adopted Christianity, civic group, asked for more arched up at the helicopters. ger, pushed his helicopter into a poland Mayor Graves said the youths I tMIM ItMVttt
stringent control of gun sales. Machlneguns in the fast-moving power dive straight at the spot A silver-haired burly and dls. -tttttt .
helicopters chattered and rock. where the Communist tracers tlngulshed-looklng man, Ochabis
P--
MILDEW-FREE CLOSETS/ "There are" plenty of peoplerarin'to ets roared from their pods. were spurting his four machl. remembered as a Pole who GA GatG
go, he said. (This correspondent was neguns blazing away. He bias talked back to Nlklta Khrush. ? Th.Heage7.
ate
Wholesaler Edward Davis con. ted four rockets Into the chev the 1965"Polish Oc.
knocked on the face by flying jungle during Chief
tended that It Is rare for a per. metal). and pulled out at low altitude. tober" when Poland wrested a Say, "pine Ridg e
son to buy a displayed gun for that of domestic Still Iktd HuyIn
I DAMPP- CHASER Troop.carrylng helicopters "Damn was a hairy ma. measure Indepen.
a specific art of violence neuver" Estes said laughing. dence from the Kremlin. Florida;"
Elsewhere, the Saigon govern. Ochab was temporary first
ment claimed today that its secretary of the Polish party fora q
I forces !killed 4t guerrillas in the few turbulent months in 19S6 4
t CLOSETS Mekong Delta province of Dlnh and Instrumental in installing
Truong, 30 miles south of Saigon Gomulka as the permanent par. 0A
o" Monday and Tuesday, It said 18 ty chief. After that he took over
\ 1\ government troops wore killed. the Agriculture Ministry and led
0e About 20 miles southeast of Poland's rollback from ollec.
e 1 O Saigon early today, the VietCong tlve to private farming. He Is You Betche
reportedly captured eight close to Gomulka and, like
government soldiers at an out. Gomulka, today a public supporter
post In Go Cong Province. of Khrushchev
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okf o-o-l We are having some beautiful John from Tampa. were guests
\ summer days here on the Isles at the Isles of Capri Fishing
+wninl,. of Capri Each day seems more Lodge last weak for a couple '
B) J.E IARTIS precious to the children who will of days fishing. They caught set

s # pt 10 JO soon l lie going back to school and oral snook and hooked a couple f
ll>l1gt'l to the patents, who willN' of tarpon.
Via the column, Mrs John Lose sends an "open explanation \ clad l to have some peace and Earl Visage and wife Ethel l'

as to why I haven't written to friends in Naples, lulet School starts August Slat from Knoxvlllc, Tpnn were also I
had their guests at the Isles. of Capri
The Karl Kelleys as
Since leaving here May 12th, Mr. and Mrs. Lose have a yr K lifts Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hi. Fishing Lodge Tlietpent sev

had a busy time of it. child Mundy from Lakeland. era! days Hshinc\ mil boating.a

Upon arriving in Pittsburgh they spent the first Visiting the John Martnls for The boukmnMip broke down ', '
last Wednettli and mable .
the bat time before they move was
FEATHERY HEAD-Newest two weeks getting their garden ready for summer en to Atlanta, Oe., from Mlramar to come. II will iv here two con'

for evening wear is a coif tertaining. This is a beautiful three-level garden including }'I.&., where they, are nextdoor secutlve Wednesdays August U' J'
made of bright cerise-dyed arbor and neighbors of the Martnls', were and August 19 Then It will go
pool
a swimming lily pond, grape putting
ostrich feathers simulatinga Mrs Eleanor Arbuchel and her back on the r..>I'lIl,1o, schedule
I wig. The Paris designeruses green. The Loses have had visits from various children daughter, Dianne The Arbuchrls of alternatingWlu,",. I Is..

two diamond bows to and grandchildren, and recently gave a family reunion have been the next-door neigh

hold back feathers on either dinner. The annual affair was for 65 with 24 children bois. of the Mortals for seven
side. tears and have become close TV Reception
---- ranging from infants to teenagers. .tiit1IIIifto.- ; ... friends,
Mrs. Lose has also been hostess to the Southern Clubof The L.L Loaches were visit
BIG FISH I IN A SWIMMING I I POOL Three yearolda ?lurnn", wlllr ed Sunday by' Mrs. Loach's mo Tonight For
Attack of which she is and the
Pittsburgh
Heart a past president, confidence as the fint step In swimm:ng Instruction at a Sk ikit, III i ool appear about tit burit titer, Mrs, It.E. Rowland of Dan.

Garden Club. Right now she is enjoying giving a seriesof with aomethlng. The young lady n the middle flnda added fun fo'awing bubblci to aurfact la, Fla., and Mrs Loach's bro. UF Students"A

Takes Life Of small parties for their friends. titer, slstor.ln.Uw, and niece,
Mr. mil Mrs. C.H Rowland and Mltado .'n \I3tli Street
Mr. Lose's niece, Patty McDowell and her mother Finds InjectionOf the rosary last T1iursdanlglit.. Darlene of Fort Lauderdale The a 30.mlnnte tel"is l 1 about the
Ian FlemingCANTERBURY Mrs. Virginia McDowell are here from Pittsburgh to Uncle Missed None questioned the identity of Loatlis' quests )Just arrived home t'nlver-iin of r Honda will be

spend the month of August in the Loses' home on 21st Spongy Plastic the deceased, from a seven.week trip abroad. presented' i Iai.i. \ it s p.m on
EnglandAP Getting Home "I would have sworn It was The L.L. Loaches returned WIl! K.TV, and Kill! \io the high
( ) Ian Lancaster Fleming, Court, South. Relieves CornsNEW him," said a neighbor honie from their vacation last light of a ''TA' u" t'ptt "'" for
creator of the fictional secret ueck. They' traveled to Fontana entering t'f !students! b\ the UF
agent James Bond, died today BUILDING HOME HERE corns disappear YORK (AP with) -injectionsof Painful For Own RitesLOs Uncle Ramundo couldn't explain Village, N.C., and LaFayette and Alumni Club. l

from a heart attack. He was 56. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Anderson are here from a spongy plastic between the what had happened Atlanta, Oa., where they visited The show, written\ \ Profes. J

A newspaperman who turned Bloomfield Hills, Mich. They can be seen regularly travel corn and the bone underneath, mundn Reyes'ANGELES funeral(AP was) -a Ra.reverent Rt>>es said he I'ouldll.tf'lh\ v.he'd friends and relatives sor John, Paul Jon of the UF
author, Fleming was one of theworld' Miss Nancy Meltzer of Naples School of Journalism and Com
been for three weeks.
away
reports Dr. Irwin Acker of
ling between the Gulf Shore Colony Club and Port Royal event, carefully arranged
munlcattuna to
biggest moneymakingwriters. Greensboro, N.C. It seemed like only a few days. spent the weekend with Miss deMi-ned en.
In addition to his where they are building on Kings Town Road. The An. He told the annual meeting of by members of his fami When things like this hap. !Rosemary Loach, tertai.i: as well as t.. familiar.
numerous books, he also col. the ly. pen," he said, 'the Mrs. John SchloU and Mrs. lIe interested persons with the
dersons expect to move In October. In the meantime American Podiatry Association The chipped In $150 to pay government ...
from two L.L Loach Miami FU. of FtoiMa,
lected large sums ought to Investigate" went to University
"The
movies, "Dr. No," and "From they are finding the summer in Naples very enjoyable. a Tuesday mattress, or shock plastic absorbt-r actsas the mortuary and cemetery. His last wpI.k for a day's sho|liv, held at
Russia With Love." A third Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfe are back on First Street, that takes pressure off the afflicted nephew contributed $T2 for the Tuesday Rios took his uncle to the Wonun'b Club in Naples at '
been burial suit, Reyes' Social Security Social\ Security and state aid au.thorltlea IN The student '
film, "Goldfinger" has Just THE MAIL 730 p m. nx-om Inc a
North and to be here until fall when they plana area. cut his other worldly
completed. expect He said he treat was oft, to prove Re>'f8 was alice 1 got a postcard from Joanne from high school and Junior a
Fleming died at the Kent and trip to South America. The Wolfes spent the last several ed six corn sufferers successfully with sill- affairs were terminated. so his payments could sUit W i shell say Ing she was in Yel.lowstono colleges, are also asked to bring
Canterbury Hospital. weeks in Binghampton, N. Y. cone-rubber materials used In Final rites were conductedlast ( again. National Talk and en.joying their |>arents. R.(', Beat1.. dean
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Fleming's books sold millions Friday.Tuesday "There he sits now, said herHflf. emeritus of Student Affairs, will *
of copies around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grimes have also returned to stops plastic the surgery.first day lie and said the corn pain Reyes, 74, was home Rio, "but who Is the man we Friends of Sandy and Edle represent the university In s.

Bond fans Included many town. They are at the Mar-Les after four weeks golfingand after few again. burled?" Clark might lie Interested to panel discussion with local stu.1 '
disappears a days
famous persons, the late Presl. in Atlanta and Gardens Ga. The nephew, Adam Rlos, "We call him John lv>e," saida km visiting Callaway
dent John F. Kennedy among saw him first. Reyes was cross deputy coroner. fron them saying they were In city of Florida, and question .',1
them. Allen Dulles, former Col. and Mrs. Henry A. Hughes and their son Andy Meningitis At lug the street, toward his house."I What does Uncle H.JlI1ulI'othink Jack"''n Hole, W'and sent answer session following the

director of the U.S. Central In. spent a week with Mrs. Hughes' mother, Mrs. David C. "put my hand to my fore about his funeral? (heir rerards t.<, their neighborsand film I
telligence Agency, also listed Fort Ord Now bead, Rlos related, "and 1 "I don't want to hlnk about frt. 'ids here Refreshments will be served '
Jones. When Col Hughes retired from the service a few "
said
himself as an avid follower of 'Oh, my God! It," he said 1>1'. John S. Wlmblsh and son John A, Smith, club president,
Fleming's fictional agent. months ago, he moved his family from Dover, Del., to Under Control Reyes' slstr, Paula, 75, was and reception chairman! RolxTt

Like his hero, Fleming wasa Panama City, Fla. Next week Mrs. Jones leaves for six ArTi ORB Calif. (AP) more (calm T. Prison, Jr., said that they
officials a meningitis "Where have you been? she foil would be "en.llghlenlnf .
lean, upper-class Englishmanwith say I the evening
weeks in Harlan, Ky. asked Ramundo with whom she '
considerable charm and a outbreak that has claimed 10 to InrnmingUntversllylrof
flair for food, cars and travel.In Still on the Jones family. Young Crockett had quitea lives at Ft. Ord apparently has resided.He Florida Miiilonls and their

1952, Fleming married thrill last week. He answered the phone and had a fine been controlled. murmured something families,"
Anne Geraldine, the former Post Surgeon Rolland B. Slga about Mexico, but he didn't re. Jfl Jflt
conversation with his father David C. Jones Jr direct
Lady Rothermere. 'As Lady ,, foos said Tuesday "we still have member much that had hap.
Rothermere, her marriage to from Rome, Italy. nine patients in the hospital, pened since he disappearedthree 'IIFFERENTCOLOR INSIDE
the British but, thankfully, all are now off weeks Hl(III \ Kim ('I'I) ) II.J.Ki .
owner ago.
newspaper Mrs. Kathryn S. Anderson left Sunday and will be .
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Lord Rothermere dissolvedin the serious list." 1. .1.t \ a uhil', ands i I. II .Ilii
was
1952. away for two months. In Washington, D.C., she will The disease has stricken 61 Miss Reyes said her brother h >11 II, tint\ i. d l whi"
Fleming's brother, Peter visit her grandchildren and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. persons so far this year at this accompanied her to General III I..m. i kir-i v. i
weeks when . ..,. ,
three ago .
also Is Army training base. Nine sol. Hospital h "Ills ''it I IKiiiHli
Fleming, an author. Roland D. Paine, Jr, Then she will continue her vacation for treatment He
Ian Fleming attended Eton dlers and a child, a military de. she went I il' .1 i u '
College, Sandhurst, the British with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. H. Thorward at their summer pendent, have died of the dls waited outside In urum : ,.nr-uu:.; for: u :l'w'l

West Point, and the Universitiesof ,home In Burnt Hills, 'N. Y- ,Mrs. Anderson also plan to, arose\ , ,.When she returned to the r t. I9' r u I II hi. ..rlr., Th'gnuwed'd, arts'
d
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Munich and Geneva. see the World's Fair before returning to Naples; waiting room, he was gone. So '* '
During World War U, from Another Negro was $18 In her purse and $290 In .ml II 1 rl I in ,
1939 to 1945, he was personal.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Francisco left Wednesday for their her shopping bar.PolI..e .1t

slstant to the director of British vacation and will be in Birmingham, Mich., the weekendof Church Burns

naval Intelligence.His the 29th to watch the Grand Slam golf match at Oak were notified.
first job In journalismwas In Mississippi Last Wednesday, police 'called: ,
with the British land Hills Country Club. to say the coroner's office had
news agen. CANTON Miss (AP) -Civil
cy Reuters. They will visit the Paul G. Franciscos in Birmingham, rights workers report the 14th the body of a man, matchingReyes' Jeep
description, who had 11II
and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. burning of a Negro church In died the day before at a down
the state since the Mississippi
MILLER WAIVES ROYALTIESFOR Mills, In Oberlin, Ohio. The whole family will have a "summer project" began In town relief mission.
THEATERNEW Saltt, Parti, $tfvitWomen's
FAIR WORLD house party at a lodge located on the north branch of,June.A "We sent right down,'' said
YORK (AP- neighborhood INTFKKW: DKSICiNEH; : Pan I 1), Miner him Just!
spokesman for the Council Rlos "We even took along some l It
group, Fair World Theater, the Au Sable River near Grayling, Mich. Then Mr. and of Federated Organizations said of the neighbors and friends, join-d' tin1 tnff at !Holland\ Sal(Icy Inc Majri1 if

Is being allowed to perform "A Mrs. Francisco will go a little farther north for two weeksat the Mount Pleasant church In and they all agreed that It was a Kioduatc of \tluUinirJniK: School of Art in Sara'

View From the Bridge" without Burt Lake, Mich. While there they will decide whetherto nearby Gluckstadt had burned my uncle." ota, llo mill hi). W if anal l two ihildii'ii just: moved t tr a ..iI
payment of usual royalties to Monday night It was used as s'freedom Fifty friends and relatives to Naples from Memphis, Termhm lit- \\ai. ,j
extend their vacation to New York or head back to jI
Miller. school filed
author Arthur past the open casket after an interior d"IIIICIH'I'I I
The playwright said he waived Naples.
because "the concept :
any payment
of getting people in the FORDS BACK IN TOWNDr JFfood.'fotTAmerlcana; > 11] TREASURE

area engaged in cultural activityIs and Mrs. Francis Ford are home from their farmin -

Is The a good theater one." company plans New Florence, Pa. They have ben away since May, 1 f CHEST 1
Sardines Great! 1'
30 performances: in a low-income with Dr. Ford making several trips to Naples for Council Norway's : t

diatricton Manhattan's Eut Side.II meetings. of
by Gsynor Maddox. Newspaper Enterprise Ann.
On the way home the Fords visited their daughter

Nancy in Alexandria, Va. Nancy has an interesting career rich From waters the cold of Norway's mineral- 1 small thin cucumber, sliced VALUESTry I

with the State Department. She has already served in fjords come those delightful 1 can ((3'i ounces) Norway

II Paris, Brussels, and Warsaw, and the end of the month little sardines that are so sardines Your Key I
adaptable I to hot weather Seasoning to taste y
leaves for her
new post in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
luncheons. The combinationof MayonnaiseSplit } In Our Trea4ure! Chesty
Cruise Club members gathered at the Tahitian Cove French or Italian bread and toast the round

a- Ira Interesting 'to note Congress Inn Tuesday for a dinner meeting. After dinner toasted, slices of sweet onion burger buns. Cover with thin 5 GIFT CERTIFICATES

that a recent Sinatra re. they saw two Briggs' films, "Land of Forever" about the Norway sardines and lemon ly sliced cucumber. Spread L I
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"Tina"lease Is, which a number happens called to Everglades" and the recently completed 'Naples Re. off the heat.Sardlne.burgers, with mayonnaise generous Season to taste V. t. 1. *_. yi lV !

visited. is anothernourlshl.g and top with 4 or i whole,
be the name of his young.
eat daughter Another Sin. There have been no organized cruises lately exceptfor clock recipe.SARDINES"lazy appetite"alarm drained Norway sardines luncheon For, Strips

atra tune of some years the five boats that went out together Saturday for a serve a really with nourishing fresh carrot sticks,

ago was the successful very successful day of grouper fishing. In November BALZAC stuffed green olives and cold
((4 sandwiches SPREADS I SHORT
"Nancy", recorded for his )
members will desert their own boats for a cruise to beverage
other daughter . Walter 4 slices French or Italian
Wlnchell narrator of"The Jamaica aboard large ship, sailing from Miami. bread CHENILLE SETS

Untouchables", lends 8 thin slices raw onion I

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Lon as Welk's vocalist Visu, 25. holds down a job where motivated by an interest in the sardines forming a GIFTS Pumpkin Rose Sizes 8 to 18
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A Few Words On Budget MattersThe 1 :, Antonio Semi, stricken last Fti' game depends on what you
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"The president of the repub A .
t lie passed another tranquil Little tots either I want a
papers about a proposed budget of over .' oS y ''' night, sleeping for some hours," drink or have to go to the
t:: i the medical bulletin said. "Thl
submission by City Manager one million dollars and Immediately jump '; morning his general condition

Vince Wood of a budget calling for the to the conclusion that it Is the final bud 1 remains good. Pulse and breathIng ,

expenditure of slightly over $1 million get. Chances of a proposed budget being r are regular" I

during the coming year seems to be accepted "as Is" by City Council are very, u :. -PORTO Mrs. John ERCOLE F. Kenned, Rat! (\\as AI')

proof positive of two things; ((1)I) that very small. We have never heard of such vacationing today on the 1'10.

Naples no longer is a sleepy fishing a thing happening here or In any turesque Argentarlo: Peninsula bathroom right after they

village on the Gulf," even though it is other city. of the Tuscan Archipelago.The have been tucked into bed

woefully lacking In sidewalks, and ((2)) Neapolitans should also rememberthat widow of the Porto American Er. .
' president arrived in
that City Council will need to do quite a the budget Is always presented at ,', OF /Yw cole with her sister, Princess You don't have, to wait/

bit of pruning before the budget Is presented a public hearing before It is finalized by Lee Radzlwlll, from Rome after until any special/ season to
ending a cruise along \ugo can one/ brand/ of sour
to the public for comment. Council. Citizens are urged to attend slavla's Adriatic coast, grapes

That some pruning will be necessary such hearings and ask any questions or Mrs. Kennedy and her sister .,

does not Imply that the budget Is not make any objections they wish. are staying In a villa 0111a of "
few hundred yards from that Some husbands don't
new
a good one. It Is our understanding that Local residents should take Into con Queen Juliana of the Netherlands understand it when the wife

a good city manager Is charged with the sideration when studying the city bud <: / .

duty of presenting to Council a budget get that our community is growing very Lr

that will cover every possible need of rapidly and our needs are many and BERGEN, Norway (AP) -
I Mrs Richard M, Nixon and her
the community and Its citizens for the all of them have evolved as suddenly as ,' daughters, Patricia, 18, and Ju.
.
coming year. It Is the duty of Council the population explosion that the city : ;: .. lia, 16, left Bergen today for a

members who elected the has experienced in recent Communities bus tour of Norway
are by peopleto years. The wife of the former U.S. ;insists they carry an umbrellawhen
administer the affairs of the city, to that have grown steadily and vice president and her children rain is threatened 1\\'. I

determine which expenditures are necessary slowly over a long span of years have arc to arrive In Aslo next Sat. over their heads

and which can be postponed with. been able to meet their needs one at a urday
.
out harm. time. 'eeeeeeS.eeea.eeeeeeeeeoeeeeeleoe

Obviously, there are many budget Naples Is not In that category. New 'WIRI ....;,:;/jtil.iiiJ::
items that can be reduced without harmor residents appear almost daily, and they
the and entitled the services :: ',,0' ?" 7: GnanceRemarks
Inconvenience to city its resi are to receive pro- ..
,
'
dents. We have no doubt that many vided by any normal community.That ''*

cuts will be made before the budget Is is why many persons who come [laB.-

presented for public scrutiny. here are somewhat puzzled by our city

Many persons are of the opinion that budgets. The communities from which The World TodayBy SUGGESTIONEditor i-'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

a city manager should present a budgetto they moved were old and well estab- JAMES MARLOWE Collier County News A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS

Council that provides only for the lished the population remained fairly Aae.el.t.d. Pr.. News Anelyit Truly 1 can sympathize with

absolute minimum needs of the com stable year after year. In such circumstance North residents, who have along petitioned 22nd Avenue tor al., + If the lake that forma smack

munity. Such a city manager would, In the city's budget could also remain WASHINGTON (AP) One Roosevelt's! past performance leviation of a dangerous and un. in front of The NEWS office everytime

our opinion, be shirking his duty, as wellas fairly close to the same amount of the marvel of politics the with pledges to the people, you desirable situation being creat. ( or so it seems ) a big cloud comes up
that will be at
may expect we
ed there
siU by school studentsIn
to high
adjust
politicians can
showing a complete lack of Initiative year after year, because the need for way uatlons. war by April 1941, If he I II elect. speeding care. gets any deeper and bigger, we figurewe

and faith in the future of the commun- services did not fluctuate to any great Take this Republican unity ed." May I offer to fathers and mo. will be eligible for federal flood
at Pa. Wlllkle was asked at the com. then living In the area
today own
ity. extent meeting Hershey my relief. Actually, we calculate the
Barry Goldwater, the GOP mlttee hearing, "Do you still personal experience, which may
A city manager is not charged with Because Naples does continue to gainIn presidential nominee, sent out agree that might be the case?" result In some action on their lake ia on city property and some

the responsibility of determining what Is population year after year, the need the Invitations to Republican He replied: part that could aid In saving a day it ia going to do something about

to be done with taxpayers money. He Is for added or expanded services and Improvements nominees.And governors. and gubernatorial campaign"It might oratory.be. It"was a bit of life.Several time this summer I its At least we keep hoping

charged with preparing a budget that also changes. This explains To cap this discussion polit.
the host Is Gov. William have found it necessary to bring + The new of The
will show Council members what he believes why City Manager Wood has proposed, W. Scranton of Pennsylvania.Just lcal flexibility: there Is a story my car to a complete stop in owner Naples
a few week ago, Scran that former Rep. Brooks Haysof order to avoid hitting boys rid. Garden Spot ( Wendell Peterson) came
should and can be done but the for the first time, a city budget that calls Arkansas tells.
ton was doing his best to keep log their bicycles on 22nd Ave.
responsibility of decision rests with the for over $1 million. the presidential nomination A congressman's friend told nue. My wife has experienced by for a chat and it turns out he'sfrom

elected representatives of the people. We are not attempting to defend away from Goldwater. He went him, "Jim, I've Just comeback similar Incident Warren, Ohio. We happen to bea
about the country saving Gold. from your district and Bill A typical Incident occurred member of the Warren County Hist-
And this body certainly should be given unnecessary expenditures, or favor the water should be rejected, that Jones is going to run against since the Ming of the petition.As orical
for
which
as many choices as possible. A budgetthat proposed budget. We have merely attempted "we need In the White House a you" I entered 22nd Avenue from the Society, we owe

presented no alternatives or room to answer questions that have leader who thinks clearly, who( "Well, I'm not surprlsed"the Trail, two youngsters on bikes thanks to ol E. George Cowden, who
doesn't shoot from the hip." congressman said. "He Is a dlr. were approaching, one on each also hails from Warren.
for decisions would be .a poor one in- been asked on many occasions. For another Illustration oi,,1) skunk and there Is no good in side of the avenue One of them

deed.We Frankly, we expect that Council will how a politician can rise above!" him." rode directly toward my car and + Isn't it about time for The

point out the above because make a number of cuts In the budget before himself.strong words, look at Goldwater friend"And said furthermore, "Charlie ,Smith the Is avoid appeared being to struck.make| I no stopped effort my to Quarterback Club to start offering

many Neapolitans read In their news- the public hearing. "Having opposed civil rights 1 going to help him run." car and waited for the boy to reserved seat tickets for upcoming
"They're two of a kind," the proceed. Eventually he swervedto NHS football
until this year, let him make an games ? We certainlycan't
issue of it. I'll congressman reacted. "Scoun. the center of the street, and
I just repeat backto afford to lose that seat directly
-
him the thousands of wordshe drels, both of them"Then as he passed the open windowof
has spoken. the friend broke down the car stuck out his tongue, behind "Deacon John" Pulling -
and admitted he had been teas. gave me a "r apberry," and He has
: "Lyndon Johnson is the big. a dandy pair of binoc-
Ptnlrssay ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS rest faker in the United States.He's ing. He had made up the whole carried a "1 dart you to hit me" ulars that he'll loan
story, that, in fact, Bill and look. occasionally
the Individual
phoniest that
ever came around." Charlie were both strong for the It Is a pretty ure wager thai to a poor neighbor.Note .
congressman's re-election. this boy will meet with an accl.
Before the month was out
+ to Counselor
Reproachfully the Ingram in
congress
Goldwater and Johnson sat dent when school starts and stu.
down in the White House and man told his caller dent traffic becomes heavy, un. Tallahassee: Thanks for the info
talked about the civil rights Is. "Now look what you've done.You've less his parents take the time direct from the "hoas's mouth." .
made me say ugly to better Inform him of traffic
sue how to keep from Inflaming.
racial, passions. things about two of the finest, rules and the dangers associatedwith The paper is going to have a go

Goldwater told newsmen the sweetest" characters who ever reckless maneuvers on his at publishing an Inquiring Re-
lived.
atmosphere at the meeting was bicycle. porter" column. We hope it will
good, "we're good friends. Please accept this as a note of
please readers much it is
as
pMJa S I IE Iy 1 We're old political friends." Tennis "Love" caution and an attempt to help a as
rr One of the classic examples of The term "love" used to bad situation. 1 am a resident of going to please the staff to prepare -
a politician sidestepping a heat mean zero in a tennis match the area, so perhaps my name it. The first question will
ot.the campaign remark came comes from the French"J'oeuf" should not be used be: "How did you make your first
In February 1941, when WendellL.
meaning "egg" or "
WlUkle was questioned by a "zero." When tennis was In. 22nd Ave ResidentBy dollar? Do YOU remember?

_,.. senate committee. troduced into England from
Wlllkle had run against France, the term came with
Franklin D. Roosevelt for presl. the !game{ but was spelled
t I I, dent the year, before and had "love?" I
declared that, "On the basis of
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A HELICOPTER view of are
R I N D G C I L I N G
the New York World's Fair
ACROSS 23. Silent C. N D C A R. P to T. 'n
through a camera viewfinder
h AglI.le 25, Speak .. S H C SAT V R
Went is a thrilling li aht.
by Jet 26 Not
many 5 C P TAT to L f. 0
"I thought I'd save you a house colt." I Wonhlaa 27. Identical It's the neatest thing to a
........-, leaving 28 Rapture A R A. CPI 1 C f. N t- skyhook or an aerial tripod for a y ,
11. Land 29. Seedless MAR I D. I R A.. bird's eye view of he colorful:
measure plant . ADO S E. N TRy panorama below. You are airborne sAl 1.
12. Winder !0. Badness yet much closer: to the
R t DJ ,.,. T IRA S
Faced PoliceWith n. Small Irlter scene below than regular airplanes
Dangers By tumor SIlnhll A Co 0.5 0 L N to V tH. are permitted to fly And /. : reyl e t
Abominate way N 0 x t w t. E. V f. R there I II s special thrill in float-
16. Tribe 32. Stuff Ins straight up and I./lkin.oftly '4
policemen facing riotous mobs when attacked by konerk or deranged 17. Cachet: 33. Uprolr SOLUTION O. TUTIIOAT'S 'UZZLI down on the heliport rooftop st jr !
sight of 3S. Cauzellke the start and finish of the nde.Like .
In the street, It It well .to remember. persons. 11. An of self fabric U. .n\'I.lon. 4. Sautes other major exhibits st

and to appreciate-the rids talon by officers 'In addition to those tilled, I 11 I of every protection 38 Alliance U Sward S. Forfeiture the Fair sought out by camera
( of the law In lives end of l9. Those In 39 Exalted 6. Twilight fans, the helicopter: ilhlluin
protecting 100 police officers were victims at* office 40. Simian DOWN 7 You and 1 r
New York
property sauna list year, according to the FBI. 20 School of 41. Male red 1. Fatigue a. Had debts service Airway operated is a popular by attraction.

The FBI, In a report liiued this week, Of the nine geographical divlttoni of whales drrr 2. Elder son 9. Recuperate The aircraft: used wet destined
21. Cavalier 42. Connective of Zeus 10. High
lay that 55 policemen were murderedby the nation, the South Atlantic area was State: abbe 43. Conducted S. Reprieve ex with especially: large window
criminals lilt yen Th. total for the the one in which policemen faced the U Wilt:iI\'f: for picture taking by passenger.
The flight are run st a height
'last four yean: 168. greatest danger of assault Hie South Atlantic itJ r 7 I' "r 16 18. Total Eng Inter of 500 feet in a giant figure- HELICOPTER VIEW of the New York World's Fan

In addition, 31 law enforcement officer rate was 11.2 per (100 officers, /I r 1,4 II 20 Mirthful eight loop which assures" thoseon gives a bird's eye perspective of the Unisphere and

were tilled In eccidenti In the line at compared with the national averageof 22. Beard orIf each tide of the plan an exhibit buildings It covets the fair grounds in a figure
and
equal opportunity to see
of duty in 1943. II. Ado, more policemen ((12)) diedIn IS 'jaJ.t 73.grain Extinct photograph the sights elow.Th. eight loop . and is easy on the feet The exposurewas

Of thote policemen murd.r.d during line of duty In the South Atlantic aree 11 I. bird usual precautions: and 1 500th (to minimize vibration) on Tri-X film with
the 24 advice: which: are stressed when the lens at f. 11.
196043 period, 21 e.nt lost th.ir than In other Scrip
per any
r II 1 tr II 2S. Scalier teed shooting picture: from regular
u
lives reipondmg to "disturbance" calls (In facing "demonstrators' or rioters in ; ,. 26. Crated airplanes apply also to helicopters. : .

(family quarrels, man with gun, etc.), 13 the street, police are confronted withIn IT l4 Pi' u > 'I> 28. Iou To avoid vibration, don't don't One jib important-the button tuggeition, Any should pinning be kept by to the a photographer minimum, if

per cent while Investigating burglaries In extremely difficult situation The officer 1.1 .;, U ', tf 29. Card .game rest on any your part camera: of the, elbows aircraft: or arms Beware however, applies particularly to used *t til. MOM hand-held panning -
progress or In pursuing burglary suspects, ere not dealing with criminalf In Q ;;'/ 32.31,1'ery Dedres arm of reflection in the window the Fair helicopter flight: start turn out to be too fast and
II 11 U with a fresh roll of film' The unsteady. It's best not to use a
25 per cent while Investigating reports of the usual genie of the word, but they xg .4 34.: Frosted glass or the bright glare of five-minute aerial spectacle: will telephoto lens since this is
11 If i 16 '7 3S. Caliber the sun bouncing: back: from any likely
to
robberies sometimes have to MM force for self-pro- r not give you a chance: to change: exaggerate any wobble
or while pursuing robb.ry suspects ' 36.: Shoe for I of the metal on the pi a" or from in the film.
faction or to preserve a semblance of a man'l the water A few seconds': wait film en rout. I shot 12 mil picture : And It's a good Idea
26 cent whil. attempting ether name from takeoff touchdown to step up the running
per eliminate these to : speed to
law end order force 37, Sc.ndlna.to can annoying 4
Any unneceMery or 32 frame
and found It juat right to recordall : *-at the same
41 4' Use
arrests or transporting prisoner II died by police Is, of courts, to bo d. I'' vise saga glare spots. high speed the main Fur feature. lime opening up the lens diaphragm
distance
film act your at infinity
per cent while Investigating suspicious plored. Richmond, Virginia Times-Dis- n j ; .U...... - I' 4' I-- sa.Comp.n-Ion and shoot at your fastest Movie maker ahould also product to eompensste-in orderto
keep their camera smoother action: when
rock-neady
hd and 4 cent S9. Fodder shutter speed. Hold the camera
circumstances patch'
persons a per
Gondolier projecting
The Venice let the at normal
23 ar en.exmm That and scene below go by. projection:
Par 41.
time min man rock-steady: and press gently- Ipeed.WEDNESDAY .

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Major Setbacks \SHINGTON (AP) PrcM Senior HIP School.
lent Johnson signed Into law toti On C Exchange The CAP, an offin.,1 auxiliaryof
,i bill 1 !) that will send latterl the U.S. Air Force, sponsorsthe
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. :restored, and that (he interest wry l l i hecks to almost evelunertcnn I /eat "\ wehanfe to fester' under.
ate battle lines formed today i amendment can be eliminated serviceman by the f standing, good will and fellow.
over efforts to tie a legislative ., ship among the dr.ndnded
reapportionment rider to the i ale and House conferees to iron Ul of them will share In the 'L. people' of the free world, A like
coattails of the foreign aid bill. i out differences In the two bills\ t+ -M",million l pax RiM ex c.4 number of foreign cadets! will
Administration leaders '. visit the V,S. during the exrl"
saw But they admittedly' saw little hoses and lowest rankliu' on ii'ft
little prospect of heading oft a I hope of avoiding a long! fi<:ht ),+ n b II-'d, I men. For most, It will ix period
long floor fight on the rider over Dirksen's rider that wouldbe t'' >' second pax raise in, II1Ihths. ;: : ,
sponsored by Senate Republican 1 aimed at slowing down court ,, WalkerA
leader Everett M. Dirksen. ordered reapportionment of Hie bill gives a %.5 per ant "
Unless a compromise can be both houses of state legislatureson I \, lease to all officers and en nullt.lrsent.I. ., i lot' c.ipt,
reached, final action on the bill a population basis IL.il'I,' men II'lth more than i ii. FIo 1 d I MY',ilkei, who \I" k 1 Ile c"Hast
may not come until late next "',us+ of sense and an 81 i 1"1" i ii 4t v., "I i i hell o|tie 1 I i ,ish In
week, killing any prospect for ,'I+ i in cease to ill off" us 1 1n 'ki 1 i iii In,' l i el l i ,tl:10" lock t9a
the adjournment of Congress in 11111 less than two \eais of i Thnl' 'tU \ ,lte i no.", thet.eoW
advance of the Democratic Na. Gemini Flights .,'1'I111P. eiiiirlt. 1 met, ii Home ii II Fort
tional Convention which opens In M\ \ s Into..1111' i 'ill be in
Atlantic City a week from Mon. Still PlannedFor Monii ml iiii, i.'n- i".'II,,.>ten ,
day.The TilE FIRST JEEP sold by th- Wood r'II'r' Plymouth' Agency on the Two Report Petty
foreign aid bill suffered North Trail \M'nt to t" teasel handshake
eph (It' ) ttcttinjf a > on)iatulatoiv :
two setbacks Tuesday This Year from salesman I Ke First the Senate .
$216.7 million, from the trimmed$3,516. HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) Top and the young man seated on the Jeep and looking might petty thefts+ were reported w 1St iiis: \. Ti is,, D i .. (' ,I 700,000 asked by President space officials said today only pleased at the transaction is Jeff teasel J. (NEWS photo) yesterday to Naples Jot T 1-,1'| i s"" ,'I Mi. and i)
Johnson and approved by the 'unforeseen problems would Police. Ernie Blodgett, 20S1 Mrs lid"ige i *,', Spencer' pf lit ,
House. The action came on a 50. 'keep two Gemini nights from Reporters Barred sitting at the press table In his be |I"'-, milled tu go past the snook Drive, reported that two' 2, Naples" is tmiiii\: i.1ieat;' BrU I
33 vote adopting an amendment 'being made this year. courtroom. wincing gate klngflsh reels were stolen from\ Win , by Sen. Wayne Morse, D.Ore Charles W. Mathews, said From Press TableIn The press table is located Inside , Asked why \he' was ImpoNln the utility room at his home trol's (C \ P) I7lh annual Interim, g
'the have been a swinging c"ii<> \ uh sepa such an, order llannix 1101 IIi dnIt..n tlonal Vu and the
This reduction, added to a $50 bugs ironed out of while he was away on vacation. Cadet Exchange.
'the Federal Court rites the epectdo' i s.Mts horn shout him r.'< iMith ion. 14":;
million cut recommended by the spacecraft and they will be John Luue advlied that Cadet Spencer| Is among
for the attorney tab! s. the Jim tallied m'orl'101'1111.., police ( ',,,,,
Senate Foreign Relations Com. 'ready shipping to Cape Ken. ride > the Vf. and Its DODGE BOYS
IIOUTON Tex. )ap) JudgeAllen box and the three vaucdu.2IWl'\: ,
judge's flags, \ i
bench ThllI..m staled, he ,
mittee, slashed the bill $266.7 'nedy, Fla., before the end of Au. iild. that t\'U, ie'. fed for timisIn
B. Hanna of U.S. District Hanna said stolen from his boat
Monday
Tuesdareport grand )Jury witnesses had ln'en Tin
million below the original "bare 'gust \11,1'; c'" "? i "I'III1I1'lf' v
Court has Issued an order ers would be allowed to sit with hidden In his umbers( night while Joclwdai the Nipio ,
"I will private ARE COMING
bones" request. Supporting the \ be completely honest, IIt'I"i " "' I.i r."nith''" "'f 1 !
prohibiting reporters from spectators" but thei would not and whisked atrroHt .I i hilly Yacht 1'Ias' In. ,
slash were 31 Democrats and 19 'he said, "the situation Is very II i u< II'' hi\ ai >.
Republicans, while 26 Demo. 'tight but we still plan the unmanned ... --. - -- t
crats and 9 Republicans op. flight before Octoberand T "%sy "
posed It.Shortly. < the manned mission in De. HW < f C : I
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afterward, the pro. 'cember, V i. *
gram suffered what Sen. J. W. Gemini is about one year be. 0itI
Fulbright, D-Ark., Its floor man. 'hind the schedule originally an.
acer, described as a much more !nounced In 1962. In May 1963 a
crippling blow. The Senate 'top level meeting set new schedules .
weighted the bill with an after a hard look at the 3ib
amendment that would raise In. 'program.
terest rates on all developmentloans The present schedule calls for
abroad, Including those the first flight to be unmanned
under the Alliance for Progress It originally was set to be the 3Q
program In Latin America. 'first manned flight and to be r 1r.1t I
Administration leaders were !made In the third quarter of
hopeful the cut will be partiallyTMevlslon 1964, which includes July, Au. S
gust and September. : of
I These are the only dates offl. '

t dally released by the manned ; Jr 1 t C lem
i spacecraft center, and these are
the times Mathews and Dr. $
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By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP to
Robert Gllruth, manned spacecraft .
Televlslon.Radlo Writer center director, reiterated. to'ii
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Should I
ABC's new comedy series, "No "The big problem Is cleaning ,
Time For Sergeants" prove to 'the launching pad and getting It J
be anything like the movie of :ready for the December flight ;
the same name, s better title Cape Kennedy officials Inrtl. U sit
for the television series would ,gated it! would take about 31 4'' :
be "Jethro Clampett Joins the ,days to clear the pad and erect
.V Army." I I the Titan n launch vehicle 01W
The business of adapting a
popular film or book ass series -
has certain marked advantages."Dr. all
Kildare" made its television Vernon Vandiver _
debut as a pioneering doe. I'T
tor show with a bit of audience Finishes Summer ; leA
Insurance because a lot of pea
ple knew and loved the old radio .Camp Of AFROTC "
and movie "Kildare" shows. 'a to
"Sergeants" has the advan. lit
tage of the popular hillbilly 3)ib)
theme of an Innocent country :
Jake who naively outwits the
sharp con men at least that
was the way It was tn the mFor
movie, now visible around the

channels Getting in a reruns.television program K"t' a

onto the air is an expensive
gamble with odds so high :
Pti
against; a hit show that It Is sur. fs HI. 1
prising so many people are will.
Ing to take the risk.
An even more delicate opera
tion, however, Is maintaining v (
public Interest In a series that ,' 113f
has been around a few seasons
and whose format Is beginningto r r
wear thin. 1
Thus at the beginning of each .
new television season we inevitably J

rress.hear about changes in pro. +

For Instance, this season NBC VERNON VANDIVER
will send "Dr. Kildare" to
Rome, far from his usual hasp! WARNER ROBINS, Ga... Cadet
tal base, and Bill Dana's bellhop Vernon V. VandlverJr.otlmmo.
character will have a chance to kalee.recently completed the U.S.
leave his hotel occasionally, Air Force Reserve Officer Train
"Rawhide," which has been ing Corps (AFROTC) summer
driving that herd of cattle over encampment at Robins AFB, Ga.
the CBS plains for years, will Cadet Vandiver, son of Mr.
spruce up with some big-name and Mrs. Vernon V. Vandiver of
guest stars, while "Gun. Immokalee, observed and took an .y
smoke's" Marshal Dillon will active part in flying and support
have a new sidekick after all phases of operation at the Air
those years of relying on Chest. Force Logistics Command base
er for chuckles. during the month-long encamp. .
.
"Lassie" will lose her old ment period.
adoring family and start life A member of the AFROTC unit
anew with an adoring forest at the University of Florida, he ,
ranger "Mr. Novak" will en. will be eligible for a commission . r Ci e. w,
counter a new, pretty dean of as an Air Force second lieutenantupon : : v' t ,,, :
girls at his high school, and completion of AFROTC
Andy Griffith will be romanti I training and graduation from col.

ally Interested In a new girl in lege. 1'f .;? ,.. ',,. e. .
town for the second or third The cadet Is a graduate of .
time since the series started. Everglades High School.





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6 COLLIER COl'NTY MV Wednesday, August It, 1164 'n t .'\\I\\. !\ i t :': I .s,\ I Whited

Inter-County Names \


Retailers Fight See-Saw

I 11II-4 To New Gulf District Post I I


Battle For Record SalesNEW R Pv J.N. Johnson president of _

YORK (AP) The sty people apparently art SlV. the Inter-County Telephone
summer finds retailers fighting log up to halt of the tax cut. System, announced the appoint-
a see-saw battle to set record Steadily rising totals of per. ment of Russell U Whlted as
sales Bankers, on the other sons! Income, from wage and local) manager of the newly
hand, keep reporting that deposits salaries, Interest, rent collections ?* a.sayy. created Gulf District, head-
are rising to successive as well as tax breaks, quartered In Naplesvhited

hlrhs( have been enough to keep both n succeeds Carl E. Holbrook,
Cut In July people bought the banks and the stores reasonably w
who has been named district
m., autos than in Retail
re June. happy.
.. '". . vwM. manager for the new district.In .
The Commerce Department'slatest
sales, durable goods, up by 2 estimates put retail salesin I m+ Whited's new assignment
pet 'em This, says the Commerce May at $21.8 billion, and In he will be responsible for the
Department in a preliminary June at $21.7.bUlion. It's first e. company's business office as
guess, makes July the guess for July is $21.1 blk well as commercial operationsIn
record month for sales In gener.al lion. If that holds, the mldsum. the Gulf District which Is
mer month will be the champ. comprised of the exchanges of
The department had said the Economists watch the durable Bonlta 1m
Naples Springs, 1110-
same thing about June In its goods sector closely because The
kalee and
preliminary report all along. Later that Is the most volatile The : Everglades. new
district will Include Marco
figures dropped June behind nondurables, such as food and ,, : also
% n and North Naples exchanges after
May clothing and gasoline, leave the $
This made July the record consumer with less discretion.He their activation next year.
month. But the banks also had spends nearly the same on cif'A Whlted Joins the lmer-<:oumy 4 ,r ItN. 9,s
another record. The rise In these when personal Incomesare System from the General Telephone 'lt

:deposits last month was $275 leveling off as he does when r' a ku Company of Ohio, wherehe I

million, to top the previous high they are rising. served as Communications i
rf a $118 million Increase in July But when the consumer buys $ Consultant for the Wilmingtonand
1962. This summer's advancewas the biff-ticket Items, the cars A t l4
Districts. His
more than twice that of July. and appliances, it may be be. 1vINSPECTING Georgetown
previous experience In the tele-
Deposit totals rose by $122 cause he feels confident of being
million. able (10 swing the payments, or phone field consists of three
The association says that rls. feels flush and expansive. It's a t years as an officer for the United

ing deposits have been almost clue to how long the present CATTLE: on an Immokala'lnch are W D. Roberts: States Signal Corps In the

continuous during the five business expansion may last. left first vice.president of the Florida Cattlemen Association, and United States and Europe and

months since the federal Incometax William G. Price, president of the Bank of Everglades, Immokalee three years with the M.E.Max.
cut took effect. The bankers Members of the Honda Bankers Association are co-operatmjj with well Construction Company of

Brigham Young the Cattlemen's Association by the assisting in the promotion of greater Columbus. Ohio,In supervisory

consumption of beef during the month of August Price points out positions for outside plant construction -

Head Gets GOP that the consumption of beef is "a great aid to the economy of this .
r agricultural community in which numerous cattle operations are located Johnson stated that Inter-
County was "very pleased and
Nod For SenateSALT quite fortunate to have such a

LAKE CITY (APA 113 and his opponent| Rep Attorney Calvin L. Kami ton the governor sweepstakes, beatD. qualified telephone man to se rve
lawyer-educator who spent 13 Sherman p. Lloyd, 59,454 and businessman Mitchell Mel. James Cannon, director of the Increasing demands of our RUSSELL L. WH1TED I Ide
:rears as president of Brigham Republicans said Wilkinson's Ich won out for Democratic and Utah's tourist and publicity customers In the Naples area"
s Young University won the Republican victory augured well for GOP Republican gubernatorial nom. council. and concluded that Whlted's appointment Garde of the 40( and 8, a leisure hours arc spent pur

Sties, F rts, Service \ nomination today for presidential nominee Barry inations, respectively Gov. George D. Clyde, a Republican Is another indicationof member of the Wilmington, suing golf fishing and other
i U.S. senator from Utah Gol dwa te r, Hampton led all the way In did not seek re.elec. Inter-County's high regardfor Ohio Chamber of Commerceand outdoor sports.
111 I The final count from the Wilkinson, who resigned as running up the largest margin tlon. the fast development whichis the Wilmington Kiwanis Russ his wife Jan, and their
state's 1,222 precincts showed a BYU president to campaign, of victory among major races. waS known place In this area. Club. The Whlteds are mem- three children will be takingup
I record primary turnout, as Dr. won the dosest major politicalrace Mellch, who resigned as GOP as Nu- White is a graduate of Wilmington bers of the First PresbyterianChurch residence In Naples as soonas t'

-- Ernest L. Wilkinson polled 61,. in Utah's recent history, national committeeman to enter media in ancient times. College In Wilmington, In Celina, Ohio His they can locate a house.

Ohio. He holds a B.S. degree '

in business administration and

COME IN-REGISTER IN OUR is a member of Gamma Phi Indonesian Cheif Survives

Gamma fraternity. He has been
quite active In civic affairs as II

a past Commanderof American

Legion Post #25, past Chef 5 Assassination AttemptsJAKARTA


i Indonesia (AP) against each other and has ,
Warren Probers Troops with unsheathed bayo. come out on top.
nets took up positions along a He Is the only president In.
-- busy Jakarta street. Sirens donesla has had since Indepen.
\' Study Mode Of sounded and eight motorcycle dence was declared in 1945.

\ ei police, four armored cars and Outwardly and officially,
Releasing Text nine jeeps filled with guards then, the answer to the lady's
swept past.In question Is that Sukarno is pop.
WASHINGTON (AP) The the center of the convoy ular. For all those voices
\ P Warren Commission meeting in was the long, black, ll.molslnecarrylni abroad who denounce film as aiemagngue
( NUNbDED secret to consider how it wUl release the. president' of In\ or dictator, an ex.
1 the text of Its Kennedy as. donesla. panslonlst and aggressor, there
sasslnatlon report considered a An American woman tourist are Indonesians here who speak
/ l ft plan whereby contracts wouldbe looked on slightly wide-eyed,, of him In terms of near worship
( ) signed between the govern. then put down her orange soda
ment and some Information and said

IT'S FABULOUS-IT'S GIGANTIC I media. "Tell me, Just how popular la Florida Citrus
These media would be sup. this President Sukarno?"
WDON'T plied the text of the report The question Is a difficult one. Trees Appear In
somewhat In advance of other At 63 Sukarno, lifetime presl.
media on condition they "ob. dent of this Island country, has Good Condition
MISS THIS TERRIFIC OPPORTUNITY TO serve security" not publishthe survived five assassination at. WASHINGTON AP Florida
report before the specified tempts since 1957. The bristling: ( )
citrus trees appeared to be In
release date and then publish it escort is routine when he moves
WIN ONE OF THE HUNDREDS OF WONDERFUL in full through this city of three mil. time better since condition the hard than freeze at any of
The commission's chief coun.
lion.After 1962, according to the U.S. De.
sel, J. Lee Rankin, briefed an attempt on his life
c INr PRIZES LISTED BELOW I newsmen after! the secret ses. in May 1962, Sukarno formedthe partment of Agriculture.The Issued. report .
department a
sion Tuesday. The commission, TJakarablrawa regiment, an
soil mois.
headed by Chief Justice Earl elite guard of more than 2,000 Tuesday saying

THERE WILL BE OVER 250 WINNERS! j4. Warren, Is nearing the end of Its men whose sole task Is to pro.. lure that was all generally trees showed adequateand much
long Investigation Into the as. tect him. This red-bereted
sasslnatlon last Nov. 22 of Pres. guard is tough new growth.
Fruit sUes for most varietieswere
Ident John F. Kennedy, Like all leaders, Sukarno is
( ) And it's so simple to enter I / There have been reports that the possible target of an assas. large, said the depart.ment's and.I
monthly ,
report
I certain paperback book compa. sin, but there Is no evidence to crop .
conditions favorable for continued
nles have had negotiations with suggest the heavy security indi. are
'.LjLI; Simply fill in the entry blank at any : the commission. So, a reporter cates unrest that could lead to In other good crops growth.the department
t asked "How can a government revolts or that It is even a signof
predicted a yield of Type 14 flue
O Kwik-Chek Winn-Dixie store and commission, engaged on such a widespread unpopularity. cured tobacco at 22,225,000
C : While there are those who
project of grave national 1m. op.
a fkCELtE for Florida as comparedto
fr port, engage In contractual ne. pose Sukarno and the so-called pounds last year's production of 25,.
deposit in special container I 7I gotlatlons with private con. guided democracy that gives 830,000 pounds.
cerns?" him almost unrestricted powers,
of
A yield of 4,740,000 pounds
Said Rankin: "You will haveto there Is no significant open op. \,
forecast
- 'k take this up with Mr George position. Any criticism of Sukar cigar wrapper was ,
with 5,148,000 poundsin
MI Reedy at the White House." no Is voiced guardedly and then compared
. 1963.
> \ Reedy Is the White House only to persons In whom the estimated -
Corn production was
;I : I press secretary. Some critics who have have complete been trust.more at 37 bushels per acre for
Rankin's response was the
I v Florida with a total productionof
I j IIItI uuPas ( .., same when asked If the report forthright are no longer In this 15,429,000 bushels.
,' ; shouldn be released to every. country, or are in jail.
< set at
Sugar production was
< .
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attacks the
No newspaper
/ one simultaneously, perhaps
31 tons acre with a total
per
C1 three or four days in advance, president personally. The government.run
"\ i of tons.
r; II l radio hails his poll. production 6,820,000
I ny- Check so everyone would get a chanceto
Th
1\1\ I u, eSe read the thick document be. cles In words and music.
?1 1'' 'i,;; I GRANOPAIIE PI'1ZeS I tore writing about It, Listening to nearby Radio The Liberty Bell weighs
I 2ENIiH At the White House, Reedy Malaysia is forbidden. Books 2.080
I'i.I' I i FIVE ZNO PRIZES tOlOA TV SEFi told a newsman "As far as the critical of Sukarno have been
!i SEVEN Jqp PRIZES PORTABLE All CHANNEL White House Is concerned, no burned or barred. Some American .
SIXTH V'MAND //t.eA IENIfM TV SETS plans have been made for the publications are banned.
,I PRIZES, GASOLINE STEREO SETS release of the report. We will Indonesia's 10 legal political pounds4w.
TWOlTHPRUff POWERED parties, ranging from Communist
m GO'AIITSI give consideration to this mat.
I THREE 6TH PRIZEs FRIGIOAIIIE FREEZERS ter at an appropriate time." to nationalist to religious,

SIX 7TH POWEll lAWN In Rochester, N.Y., Paul Mill. may bicker among themselvesbut .
PRllES MOWERS assail the presl.
er, president of The Associated they never I
I TWELVE erH PRIZES BOYS COLUMBIA BICYCLES Press and president of the Can. dent or his actions.
TEN ZENITH nett Newspapers, said when The Parliament Is appointed.The and the
,, "H TUNSISTOIIIlED
I APIJ; I + S ( PRIIESr.LOTH LIONEL TltAIN CLOCK /RADIOS asked for comment "The Asso. last elections were held in
DODGE BOYS
t /'' PARES SETS elated Press Is opposed and will 1955.
1I fOUR "TH PRIZES G f. AUTOMATIC SllllETS continue to be opposed to any. By utilizing fully his shrewd
TWElVE REMINGTON WITH IIDf thing other thai simultaneous sense of balance and timing, Su.
c 12TH PllllES WAGONS tfCTltONIC II AAZOAf release of( the report to all." karno has been able to play ofl f! ARE COMING!
; the country's major strengths I
'- 200
kW/I( Businessmen On
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J,," ,.//1 ," Y all' fOOD CEgilfl" /GATES, Ocean Side Route ; NAPLES

out nom.and odd,.,. FLY ,
count.rA and 0"'h.'""
d bl Plan Organization
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hm. lb. .a..ai/ab/oa'chock./
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: : E N I Ir H '""I' by'u. .h' :;op"ako, "a" Thundn Oil may 0"'"a." JACKSONVILLE BEACH
pait.d" Iota Au gun 'a"y"om CAP) Super speed highwayshave
'hall 13'h
ooclt Sa'do All O"i taken a lot of traffic off New Year Round Daily Schedule
HANDCRAFTED 21.INCH SCREEN ,4, compl.t.lit/ ;fwdlb.ddiv."droa9uu'Bht'A; "9un22nd.Al/entriq/ : scenic AlA which runs along

Ch,II. Win, ".;.;.wi'n n'.,. will MO.o' '"Oll"cod and"Opo.d.",I IIdll" ThoeOIOOR the Atlantic Ocean from Fer.nandlr.a Naples To Miami

NIGH FIDELITY SOUND SYSTEM.a. by ": Aoau" .. U"pOII.d." .-h ..... Businessmen Beach to along Miami the Beach.ocean. 745AM. 11:30 A.M. 3.45 P'M.:

r side route are now looking for
Miami To
TV sI ways to get it back through a Naples
new association. 900: A.M. 215, P.M. 5:00 P.M.

Directors of the Jacksonville
I Beach Chamber of Commerce Conntttioni and RfMrvatieM I* t.j (total !I. Ike world

IJ J I STARTS THURSDAY AUGUST 1A THROUGH SATURDAY AUGUST 22MO day endorsed and suggested the movement as a slogan Tues. NAPLES AIRLINES

"Scenery Instead of Speed. NapJe Airport Colour I Miami Airport

PURCHASE REQUIRED YOtf NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN a Leaders meeting of at the Cocoa movement Sept. 21 plan to MI 1454 Naples Travel Agtacy NE 406111

form the association to promote City Ticket effitt 4 Conwes

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? THE \t\V YORK tAP) Ten

By HALBOCK homer In the ninth Inning for ali limnname1', were added tcxljtn \ SPdRTS

AS<'o< haled Press Sports Writer the runs as the Indians blanked the :National Football Font.'I .
Manager Yogi Berra isn't the Angels. Alvl. shot, his 13th l Hum's, Hall of Fame, including:

tea hing for the panic button homer of the season, was the till H Blaik, fur mer coach it . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
vet R wouldn't be the thing to third baseman's first hit sin -e Dartmouth and Army who ortfl
do in the staid, gray flannel returning to the lineup after hated the I lonely' end formation
world of New York Yankee IU.prema. missing a month because of spt The players honored were 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, August 12, 19(4
..\'. nal meningitis Charles O. Carroll, University'
But you'll have to forgive Ber w oj 1 Washington halfback 1926.28;
bit. By MIKE RATHET Ha' H. Evans, Kama l'nlver.
U he's wondering just a
i rl
He's been a Yankee for 17 years Associated Press Sports WriterIt Mt' halfback, 194MMM7; Rob.
and he's seen pennant races was a bad night for the New fit, J. llenvig\ University of Speedway Overheads Split;

rea, it into August before That's York Yankees all around. 1 a C iliiornia enter 1935.37; A11Us I
Even Joe DIMagglo was .
u here the similarity between ".n Hubert, l"nlverslt of Ala.I
!'us i tub, which lost a day-night knocked down a peg. I banta fullback 1922.23; William
While the Chicago White Sox Osceola Sweeps Jalopies
di.uiileheader. to the Chicago rl :N. Mallor Yale University
White Sox 6.4 and 8.2 Tuesday whipped the Yankees In a dou fullback 1921.23; William KleRole

and former Yankee teams bleheader, Milwaukee's Hank 11r Southern Methodist t'nl. Tho overhead class was split races were won by Osceola and
seems to end. Aaron whipped past the Yankee 't sty) halfback 1945-30:; ; W. between O.B Osceola Bob Die his Chevy. Richie Yahl and Ms
The White Sox, who had lost Clipper Into 14th place on the all Earl Spi'ackllng, Brown Unlver. fenthaler and Richie Yahl Satur Ford grabbed second place In

10 straight to New York, weren'tIbut time home run list, hammeringhis w qiu.1eib.ick 1908.11; Lang. the semi-final third In the fea.
to extend that string. 19th and 20th of the season as the Braves walloped Houston 9",; and Charles R, Rinehart, There also addition
to
Pete Ward stroked three hits, the feature i ace and also the was an
eluding,< his 17th home run and 9-6 Tuesday night. Lifj\ette guard, 1894.97. senii-featnrp. Both at the heat the overhead class with the en.try .
The homers lifted Aaron's career of .
football
The great 'ester.
drove In four runs as Chicago of a Ford from WaltBrehm'sAtlantic
snapped the streak with the art total to 362 one more than u"-011 uer selected bj) an honor Service Station This
ernoon victory. DIMagglo-and shoved the 30. court headed In Fred Russell brings the total to 10 now regis.

They were even more con. year.old right-handed swingerInto spin is editor' and vice-president Sports Briefs tered In the late model overhead
the National League spot. ,,f the Nashville Banner, and an. class.
vine Ing in the Ward
nightcap as
light that has been focusing almost 9a nounced Chester J. LaRoche,
had three more hits and Juan N'f i In In the rough and tough!: jalople
steadily on the tight pen. : 1\\ IAPi -
PUarro fired a flve-hltter win. Inundation> president.The LOl'IS\1LLE. class, O.B. Osceola rode the war.
nlng his 15th game. Plzarro nant struggle between PhUadel. selections bring the total Diane Crass I of Pontiac. tl1iI'h.. path again! when he captured the
added Insult to Injury by rap. phia and San Francisco. ol/ plaYers in the Hall of Fame 01 high school Junior, won the tn. semi and feature races \Ills 1953
Aaron's outstanding perfor. 172 and coaches to 51. freestyle of
ping a flve.run Chicago burst In to> in' mruiair ladies Ford Increased its margin astop
the sixth Inning with his third mantes over the last half of the a The men will be formally In. the North American Amateur car in this class. Fort Myers'
homer of the season have gone virtually un. ducted at the foundation's an. Roller Skating Championship Buddy Burgess and his Ford look
year a three.runshot
noticed but he has been hittingat nual dinner here Dec. 8 when
into the right field bleach. Tuesday night. a flag In the first heat race and
ers. a .353 clip since June 21, Donold B. Lourle Princeton SAR.TOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. Dick Upturn's Ford flathead from

The double victory pulled the While Aaron continued his __ ... ... __ quarterback of 1919.21 will re. (AP)-Yearling thouglihieds, 43: Cadillac Amoco took the second
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heavy hitting for MllwJ.ee, celve the foundation's gold me. total $517,.
of of them brought a race Burgess was later Involved! !
Sox to within
White one game
Baltimore Johnny Calllson did the same CONGRATULATIONS were the order of the day for Joe Hayes who dal award. 000 at the Fastg.Tli'toii' Co.'s In a four car pile-up In the backstretch .
the league-leading
Orioles who edged the Boston for league-leading Philadelphia shot his first hole-in-one at Rig Cypress Golf and Country Club last College football's Hall of 44th annual sales Tuesdaj which took all four cars I'

Red Sox 8.7. Elsewhere In the slugging the first grand slam of Saturday, Celebrating the occasion from left are : Hoy: Brack, )Hayes} Fame will be built at Rutgers, night the first 0a cledulettfour out of the races for the test of
American League Washington the season by the Phillies and the ace shooter. John Riley and Club Pro Phil Darbyshire. Brack University, New; Brunswick nights of dUIII'lIonlnat the evening.

whipped Kansas City 11.2. Mln. adding two doubles In a 13.5 and Riley witnessed the shot by Hayes who lifted a five-iron shot to N, J. Saratoga's historic sales ring.. The competition between the
walloping of the Chicago Cubs, Blalk, now an executive of An average $11,480 was leal.Ized. Fords and Chevvs slron
nesota downed Detroit 5-3 and No.2 green to score his first perfect shot. (Williams photo) grows
The victory kept the Phillies Avcog had a record of 43 .
Cleveland shut out Los corp. (ji>r and, with the np.coinln addition
Angeles three games In front of the San victories 14 defeats and :Sties I In BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) of Kenny Vaughn's Chevy the
3.0.The Francisco Giants but may have seven years at Dartmouth. At Mexico's Rafael Osuiu and Antonio Fords will have anew competitor
losses dropped the third I
place Yankees 3It/ gamel off the I 1 cost them the service. of out. Redskins' McPeak BreaksAll Browns To Keep Army Ms teams compiled a Palafox have entered the A powder puff race is scheduled .
them five defeats I In I fielders Cookie Rojas and Tony mark of 12133.10 from 1941 84th annual U. S. National( Doubles for next week A spokesm! for
six pare gave against Baltimoreand I 1 Gonzalez, the latest additions to through 1958: winning the na. Tennis Championships it the track said that all women
games an ever-growing Injury list. Brown Despite tlonal championships In 1944 announced
was today.
In the last weed, wishing to drive must register!
Chicago Rojas jammed both wrists and 1945 when he had Doc Blan. The tournament opens at the before Saturday night.Men's .
and left Berra worried. Rules For CoachesCARLISLE
when he ran Into the center field Graham's Advice chard and Glenn Davis In his Longwood Cricket Club Sunday.
Baltimore got three two ru n 1 I!
I wall chasing a fly ball and Con barkfleld.
AP Turner
TORONTO ) -
homers the last onePowell's Boos, sales Ms replacement, was hit Pa. (AP) Bill in a trade for Norm Snead, his STANFORD, Calif. (AP)-Ttw, of ( Tenn.
Howard Knoxvllle up.
30th circuit blow of th' on his protective helmet by a McPeak breaks all the rules for former protege At the moment Cleveland Browns will retain the Jeff Brown of Golf Group

season-to whip the Red SoxBrooke ,' Dick Ellsworth pitch. Both play. football coaches. lie steps right Jurjy can walk on water as far services of Jim Brown at full,1 Major Leagues Carmichael set second.ieeded Calif., 8-6, 6.0 In aquarter.flnal To I."ormVednesday.
Robinson and Sam Bow
ers were taken to the hospital out front and says he thinks his as McPeak Is concerned. back despite the advice of former match Tuesday In
ens also connected for the Orl\ but the Injuries were not consld. Washington Redskins are going Of course, walking Is all Jur. Cleveland quarterback Ottc' To Presentt International At The MooringsA
the Shanty Bay
oles, who beat relief ace Diet k[ ered serious. to win. gy can do at the moment, since Graham. Keep Junior Tennis Tournament

Radate. The Giants rode homers by "U we can keep our quarterback he Is out for some 10 days with Graham suggested Tuesday t meeting will be held at TIP
Powell's shot in the seventh 1 1 Willie Mays and Orlando Cepe. In one piece, we can take an Injured knee, but the quar. a luncheon in Canton Ohio, thai t t Draft System NEW; YOPK U(AP Thant) of Secre.the Moorings Country Club on Weil
tary-Ceneral'
Inning came on a 1.2 pitch win I 1 It all said the terback is expected to be fit for 10! at 3
da to a 6.3 victory over St. coach.general Brown should be traded because 1 in. nesday August p.m.
two out and broke a tie that wai I! of the 'Skins at the the Sept. 13 againstthe CHICAGO (AP) Fearing United Nations accepted an of
Louis the Cincinnati Reds manager opener on of failure to block or fake. the for the |inriHi.se; orranl/lng
created when Roblnspn cloutec d I 1 edged the Los Angeles Dodgers training base at Dickinson Col. tough Browns. Cleveland Coach Balton CollIer possible congressional action on vltatlon Tuesday to present a men's Rolf assts'wilox,. Announcement .
winners in the
his 16th an Inning earlier 4.2 on homers by Frank Robin. lege. "I didn't know how good he "I think the Eastern Confer and owner Arthur Model I[the legality of a free agent trophies to the was made by C.J. Me.
at
Jim King and Don Lock horn 1 son and Baron Johnson and the was until we got him" ence will be a hodge podge," reacted as if Graham had sake ered to back up Claude, Osteen'i 1 decided at a joint meeting Tues Forest Hills, N.Y., Sept
New York Mete defeated Pitts. McPeak was talking about said McPeak them to sell their children Inti o ) chairman.McMurry .
pitching for the Senators' vlctory burgh 3.2 In a game halted after Sonny Jurgensen the quarter. McPeak counts on Sam Huff slavery. Brown took it like i I day to stay with their present SAN FRANCISCO (AP) bald requests hail

Osteen who won his 11th n,: 7V4 innings by rain. back he got from Philadelphia the ex.New York Giant, to slap on the shoulder pad by .first-year player draft. Matchmaker Art Benjamin been male. by several memlwrs
was replaced by Jim Hannan II steady his defense Just as he ex 180-pound defensive back. The free agent draft such Tuesday announced postponement at The Mcxnings that nn avso.
'-
the seventh Nelson Mathew }>acts Jurgensen to lead the of. "I 1 feel that this Isn't Important as the one employed by profes. of the 10-round non-title elation lie formed' which > an add
homered for the Athletics In thi Major; l. agu'eL d t' Uense."We've. because Otto has no connection sional football in which all ellgl fight between light heavyweight to the golfing pleasures of all
ninth. e; ble college graduates are draft Willie Pastrami and
I. never had I IIneback.er with pro football or the champion partli-Ipatnic., lie stated the ladies
Earl Battey drove In thret like Huff," said McPeak. Browns," said Brown. "1 feel ed first by the last place clubs Bobo Olson scheduled for Aug. at The Mooring had' already .
runs and Tony Ollva slammei 1 National League American League, "Sam Is full of vinegar and he,this Is Just like 'a, statement t and then up the line appeared ',28. 1011\11',11111, ; as..o. tat'on'
his 20th homer as the Twin!l Batting (25 at bats) Cle.mente Batting ((250 at bats)-Ollva, wants to do well. He was pleas. from any football fan, and any doomed following the meeting. CLEVELAND (AP) The Invititions, have cone out to
.
snapped a eeven.game Tlgei Pittsburgh, .351; Wll.i Minnesota .335)) Robinson, Chi. antly surprised at the caliber of fan has a right to his opinion." Commissioner Ford Frick Cleveland Indians announced members and I friends, 'at ran,,
winning streak. Detroit built a n i Hams Chicago 330. cago ,313.Run.ollva.. our defensive line" said every possible draft systemhad Tuesday the signing of Francis dom" to attend the meeting, M'.
early 3.0 lead around Don Dem, Runs Mays San Minnesota 86 Graham had conceded that; been presented to the own. catcher
Francisco ; The Skins' attack will hingeon llealey, a 17-year-old Murry said, aiiduiRpdatteiul.i'ii 1 : 'eat
eter's 15th homer but Hank; 911 Allen Philadelphia 81, Howsstr Cleveland, 80. Jurgensen's passes, primarily Brown is a "great athlete andhe I ers and their representatives by from Holyoke Mass., for what a the orp.llllutloIlIJlellmlnarv.:
Agulrre ((2.6)) couldn't hold It. Runs batted In Boyer St.i Runs batted In-Stuart, Bos. to Hanker Bobby Mitchell and could block, but he doesn't.This ., the draft committee, consisting club official called "a sizable "Invite your Irlemls," MMuirv <',
Rookie Luis Tlant won his i Louis, 83; Santo, Chicago 80. ton, 91)) Killebrew, Minnesota Angelo Cola the speedy new is ridiculous of himself and Presidents War. bonus.'* said.

fifth game, a fourJiltter andMax I Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh, 88. split end acquired from the Chi. "The Browns will not win anything ren Giles of the National Leagueand
Alvls belted a three.run, 149; Williams, Chicago 144. Hits-Ollva, Minnesota 162; cago Bears. as long as Brown Is in Joe Cronin of the American

Doubles Williams, Chicago B. Robinson, Baltimore 13. The running game depends on there. Now chew on that for a League.
" I 29; Clemente Pittsburgh 28. Doubles Bressoud Boston Charley Taylor of Arizona State, while," Graham told about 150 Frick said, however the feel. PLAY BETTER GOLFBy
Triples Plnson Cincinnati and Ollva, Minnesota, 29. who wasn't able to Join the club people at a National Football Ing seemed to be that the clubs

9; Santo, Chicago, 8. Triples Yastriemskl, Bos. until this week because of the League Hall of tame gathering, want to retain the flrst.year rule Tommy Armour
Home runs-Mays, San Fran. ton, Fregosl Los Angeles and College All. tar game with possible amendments. The
t', -. ',"' Cisco, 33; Williams, Chicago 25. Versalles, Minnesota 8. Tom (The Bomb) Tracy "It is obvious that Otto Graham rule provides that during a
Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. Home runs-Killebrew, Mln. trimmed down to 190 pounds, is not the coach of the player's first full year under
geles, 36; Brock St. Louis, 27, nesota 39; Powell, Baltimore, Billy Barnes and Don Bosseler Browns," said Modell of the contract he must be carried on Whip the Club

... \ Pitching (10 decisions)-Kou., 30 stolen bases Aparlclo, Baltimore are what available.he saw of McPeak rookie liked Dick man Guard who Academy.coaches"The the charge Coast the Although major league professional roster.football STAND UP steady to your golf

l lI fax, Los Angeles, 17.11. .773; 43; Wets, Chicago, 16. Drummond in early camp. The that Jim doesn't fake Is rldlcu. has employed the free agent o you can turn :around
Marlrhal San Francisco 15.
Pitching (10 decisions)-Munk. fullback position Is a scramble lous." rule for years Frick said base. :and sing your arms at the ball!
5 .750.
: er, Baltimore, 12.3, .800; Ford, among Bosseler, Dave Francis, 'ball owners are stiU concernedover instead of throwing yourself at it.

I' Wfj t 1> '' . .. .,ft.'I Strikeouts Koufax, Los An. New York, 1204. .750. J.W. Lockett and rookie Gene ; Its legality and are not The majority of golfer waste

"t"JI, ,,'rr"'OIUj"L gelcs, 200; Drysdale Los An. Strikeouts Downing, New Donaldson from Purdue. willing to risk congressional energy by trying! to lot the ball '

; ..,,.,,...-,", uavCIt,,_.. _.. geles, 168. York 142; Radatz, Boston, 141. The offensive line of tackles vestlgatlons by adopting the with the bod)'. Keep )'our center

Riley Mattson and Frank O'Brl measure. of gravity back of the ball. so you
The clubs voted to cut fifth
en, guards Vince Promuto and THE can ,,'/rip thr club at ,the hall :and 1
John Nlsby and center Fred place teams into the World Se.
Hageman Is Intact with rookie rles pool by taking 2 per cent off get speed( ind. 'precision into club-

NOW TODAY - Nationwide CustomerFor Len Hauss of Georgia pushing! pyDl 6 the top of the players' pool. head travel. The kill only
Hageman. There are no solid The plan was suggested by weighs l/>2 ounces To get it I 1

reserves the players and would cost the moving fast :and( far you need ,' I 1
McPeak's big Job has been t to players of the first four place speed in the clubhend; rather i

shore up the deep defense. The teams approximately $15 eachof than brute slrcngth. You've / /
front four of John Paluck, Bob i BJ THE AiiocuTro mris their share. The plan goes balanced f /
got to keep firmly
Toneff Joe Rutgens and Ron i national LeagueW. Into effect this year
You J
with head steady.;
The league also approved a your
Snidow Is solid but the llnebacki L. Pct G.B. *
ing except for Huff Is fluid Philadelphia 68 43 .COG resolution asking Frick to remain can do that when you addrttthe

Bob Pellegrini and Rodd Breed> Sail Fran 63 48 .571 3 on the job through the 1965 1>.11with\ your weight L.
love may wind up at the con'Cincinnati 13 SI .SM 1 it't World Series. Last week Frick evenly distributed between the balls

ners. Pittsburgh 59 51 .33C T 1. said he would not seek re.elec. of your\ feet and jnnr heel,
St. Louis 59 53 .527 81) ;: tlon after Ms contract expires in IT tact Iw TIM i liK, 'N.o TrllMin
Golf pro Allen Geibfrgor of Milwaukee 57 54 ,514 10' September 1965!! and would step
Santa Barbara, Calif., lartuned Los Angeles 55 56 .49 12 down when ever the new commissioner .
the Southern California, *.oltc.im.! Chicago 52 58 .473 141' was elected. -
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THE New; York 35 78 .310 33
Tuesday's Results i

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Biq. CqpJtm New York 3, Pittsburgh Z <.'T

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\ Cincinnati 4, Los Angeles 2
INTER Milwaukee 9, Houston 6 /
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9



WtdntMUr, August 12. 111&





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John D. Trent and ThomasD.

Trent brothers were found

guilty of vagrancy and causinga

disturbance In County Court 1

Monday and sentenced to 20: I IN / 1

days In the county jail by Judge

,4P Richard M. Stanley. They were

found not guilty of charges of

possession of alcohol by

minors.
..
Herbert Lassiter was sen-

tenced to six months In Jail

on a charge of assault and battery O' ----- -rTy- .;..: - ---

and Robert Gordon was Announcement 13-H.lp Want Female f 48. -ApU. For Rent

given an option of a $50 fine

or serving 50 days In Jail on PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Nud.1I f.r mmrdlalr nil.c.l ..
11..1 Elrl5 "
p.
the same charge. loss t .Tantiaml ay 55 '152Bikes T''lMld '.I.. .'" 'f nt. ." '" loA'' '
also' ,lie,k d.nn I .11 M. M's. .
Cases against John F. Baffle, Lon loA' 1II\ e7 1 \ I'. ,.
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Jose Rodriguez Robert Her :: Sacratary Automobilo Afancv .."" .", ,
nandez Patricia A,Bonds,Wal- Nest Attract. young lady 14 i ,AoipIi '
ratidant hlllI-
Jl 11 Local
Iraeo.11 par ,
: :all M 64 I
T. Wood Helen B. Wall In fllt.ca M. .r will train ,n
ter l\r "ilt.lt, .m I .h.rt' lime:! nn It ins Ill

Frank Lanza and Johnny D. like wlldo, new. Iwa- ANIW'+ Mond: -- Daalarthip' Apply in.Potlinaoto partorank .. .r..oI'. If/lsene'es, Div ..".

Binder, each charged with no tour tod Irene. IJOO .. INn S Fallon Jr Gn.ralManaesr Month ,'IHIS" Anil M
4l Orc"u' Ml 1 1 JI|*. W"nd rhrvslar Plymouth ? ?JO. ot Ml' 'H--
valid
driver's license were I/I M 'Ins 7610 Nh SI..1 NO

'w. dismissed upon presentationof 511.1, 1t.\\l1\ tIIIIIH: :- \1 I

:. l' d :::= .r licenses. 1-Boati-Mo-iofs Atces.Il I .p..nud: . leacher. for Call litchool MI I .. 11.,
.... ... .+le .JE.iI5GVr1\: 7- -, proper 01755 P"' ale .
or .' 3110 1111 I Itsecretary Kill, RnA ,0" A" A.
WHERE ONCE THE OLD Otis 5. Gable charged withno 'loll' IoapoD
NAPLES: HOTEL stood .
Fully .uu.pptd 7J HK tail with. real ..1... aporienre APT loll Rr IliT
today is only H pile of sand a pile of sand that BASIC BOWLING 2 driver's license was givenan 1 00. Mt a Nl4 Julere nine.5.Business Good shorthand a A., Ceod.t.A".d., I",, .nr' .,.
option of $50 or 50 Jays. For interView hcMty Apt nr.r nn'
mush Salary open
marks the site of t+ : ..
that distinguished hostelry, : wr.le pea IM A 'I. Col p'.' I A0 00 oer. "" MIwv "
Floyd J. Halpin was sentencedto l.ar County New, Nail.s, Fl* : A/11 tl IITtld."d
of elegance and
symbol grace for more than three- Ppps.USINBSS .
fourths of a century in southwest Florida. While Square Your Shoulders to Alley $25 for 25 days on a worth- tIt __ ArlrtmeI'Lnerly ,
less check IS and5 Im
charge. Sanford/ ffft fALt lay) Between year 01" I I"
progress has decreed the removal of thi: friendlyold L. found D.hc.tesstp| .4 Murpneloe/ N *|a Shorthand, typing. end ...... b," 0, ,, ,0, '"
Phillips was
building there still remain the graceful palm guiltyof shop. Nice" Run.IL- : knowledge of .general .book madnn _._:" 11f _
t SltS
work Call
drunkenness and public lion Same yoarot.c.Manl I
trees and the view of the fishing pier, long a During the Four-Step ApproachBy and pro- tb. ,.,; Qqd I"'M'I. I fl.cp'c., I', , MI
fanity sentenced to $25 C..BTM.
familiar landmark for Naples visitors. FI,,15oarty. '/ItI I 14-Hetp Wanted Male I I ,. "
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or 25 days on each count. William 0' DianCorn t' I'
( McGrath photo) I or'
MANAGER IHAINttEncallent pK
Reynolds was sentenced ,, ,,..
JANET HARMAN : Opportunity" e'.. TV A < P NS 4lh
Women's Bowling Champion to $100 or 60 days on a no PUBLIC NOTICEIN Young man high" tchool gradinl 25011 Ave South MI : I'1 .. .MI II,

U ', /f1.n l., \l'\ \ "," ,1 I, "glum., driver's license charge and $50 . Ile ago. PI..d II p.an m.n..nl II' 76Dears.

J aflk I or 50 days on a charge of failure fne COUNTY juoafi COURTIN tinning propram Modatn amployaa 49-Houies For Rent
IN banafitt. ,in
No matter where YOU EO bowling you will find the four-step Apply person
to obey arresting officer AND FLORIDA* COUNTY Q A C Finance Corp. 211
KEGLEBIS 87 MARION SORKNSEN delivery used by most Instructor and by the better bowlers t Alan Kent $35 fine Ills SI to Napltt.' Fie. 1 Iedroem Corn VsnburtnAv.
I paid a on IN RE' ESTATE Of 141, w' i tfRatlrad #ZII000 pit mo. M'I '
highly& rprommrnd It. a charge of violating restrictions LAWRENCE N. McLOUTH. T OsOO _ 1,1 I t FVes
PeMtfNOTICE or taml rotirrd manwantad
w.. hjvc found through .xpfTlprue that Ih. fuur-step d<>lh ry U Of PILING PETITION: for ..,.,1 l paint store w* have enothrrroom II."
FOR FINAL DISCMARdE' OF sum. Full or Part time work "..*. for rani. f.. n.." .. .
more romluclxp to better timing, rmirdliMtlon and control Once the The following were sentencedto [ HEiCIYx01VEN E.pirincr .e.'y Sand yes City, Water. TV i ihPln.Und .

J #+ to A"Ft fnntwork his, Ix-pn. Triggered do not hesttal.lnyour steps. Momntiim $25 or 25 days on charges'of NOTICE IS line, that lima to Colt,., County N.wt H W Witt.Itoav .. M''
I have tiled my return ** pis. IM A ?t l/ll II l I If
m must br ma'llIlalo.,1, for prol'.r ball rnntrol disorderly conduct! Willie enctllaly Lewrente enocutrU N. McLoXltn.or ike decaaaad ealato of. NORTH Nitple' S.u' r

-- Lott, Robert Gordon Andrew L. filed, fordwtnkution 23-Miit. For SaltBraafclait J story CBS r ." .
steps should not be exaggerated. They should not lie Jerky and that I have "' lull
Don't forget to watch for the Next were the Shellbacks witha Harmon Loucey Welch Herbert end Our llyrdis6iir.Iand .o. homo and bed om Apt .. '
,
themust not be too Urge or too small Uneven step throw your that on Aue.u.1 I l>: 1161 I will I 1 lab!.. formic, anlan. Nice lawn and hadgi
scheduled meeting of the parti 1174, Moon Mullins comingup Lasslter, and Lonnle J. apply M the Honorable Richard M lion, 4 vinyl' '' upholstered chair large Royal Palm' tree. C

cular league you may be Interested with a 534 and Danny a 484. weight off balance. Keep your body weight above your feet and k..pVllllr Dames Sun l.v. County JudSs'to'Collee t.,. of fO.1 tits, Will. lake. III cash. 14000 down Contact
County. Florida approval Orchid Drive MI till
In bowling In this fall. The Snook posted 1173 with hips as low as possible. Don't let vour weight get ahead$ or Guadlupe Rlos was sentencedto aid final roturna end for .* .'d... Good l.r.l Morl|.g J--.00 00 D..y Polly 11..111,

Teams and are Jerry Fyke having a 511 and In-hind vour 101.1.In six months In $500or of ditribulion, end for final dnn i CtN mt.rrtl Call MI 1601. Branch 0"Park"."'
leagues being jail plus char** e* .... L'U' at / a liar i m. er on week end Naples .
filled rapidly so watch out. Colin contributing a 125. Herb oilier words, try for a comfortable and relaxed approach to six months on a charge of Lewronco DATEI. Jaly N.' N.1AnheU $, AeaTAP//. Hi ttALCOHOLICS. p 01410 o. 1111' c'I.no'G".I

All new bowlers who may be Lee tossed a 211 loner, Larry the foul uric, unlawful punishment of a child. :., Souse Nr rent I Bad, all
'u..d.
11.. ;r", room compl.I"t
Interested are Invited to Inquireat Lee 180, Chris Croak 159. The swing of the ball should come freely from the shoulder with William Sutton and Allen dace N'0 rftt .. 26-P"0",1 MI" 11661 ''' "

the lanes or attend these organizational Debbie Hassinger 144 and Mike the weight of the ball earning the swing In coordinated rhjthm. Thewrl.t Cooler requested jury trials or t o.n.: ,t. 4A0h' AN'JNYMOUi

meetings to see If Stacey a 455 set. charges of driving while intoxicated H. >TAu 15.. IH* 0m Man or woman wih drinking Will 5h.,, my home "Ih n'
should lie firm and the elbow rinse to the body. July < Urobiamt Am for halp ky tall "'h.. Iedy Far p.I" .utat. ,II
they can find a SAINTS AND SINNERS -- Sutton .' '. 1 Ml I 41M Vititort cordiallywaicomid I/.11 51wt'
bowling spot. was given a con- ing Mr
The slide H executed by bending the left knee and keeping the .. you
There Is a league for everyone Earl Campbell produced his tinuation of one week on a chargeof IN CIRCUIT COUPSTWCIFTN .. M lmgt m sill or... S.droom N1, '.
right toe on the floor., Doth shoulders should finish parallel to thefoul JU! .". eap1N Church noy.s i II Furnlshsd. around Sit .
--scratch handicap -mix first 600 series since! comingto no valid driver's license. II at Ilk Avofrl'n.ght nnrV Tues and Would' p..
bass
PINIi'A s'sn Phon. IL
line. In other words If you are not hitting the headpln In the fTOA't.O". at I 10 P M
ed morning etc. Naples four years ago a 600 Case against George P. Abowd 10010400 4 I II

If, you as a president have on the nose using a 232 game. 1.3 pocket you should Irv to develop an approach that will have both charged with failure to yield IN CNANCERY No .09. ''33-Sefvicei Offered

tallied 557- your shoulder tu the allevs.Trv JAMES W. MATT """IPI. "4-Tfado:I or Sell
not called your meeting as yet Charlie Rice a square right of way was continued. .,..,,,,

you better get on the ball. The 220. Ed Harroun 550207. PatEggleston462184HazelAbra not to release the ball with vnur left shoulder too far ahead Oliver Daker paid a $250 Tile. and T..uo AT'lVlbUITRIII WAI Ilea, ..i'" I, ., I"".r .- shn
PtARI S10Nf r '
I.nnma bt .
d .
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RUTH "'A 'n.1d '" 11 "
members of the league will want of your right ihoulder >r vice let j. Relmse >f the ball shouldcome fine on a charge of driving lietono': :'J M.thma .cruh, war h. Lull eo Mi' <,..4I57Houies 't/
....
.1 and pnlnh yes
to know all about the league hamson 450. Tom Miller recorded at the ttart of the upswing: and tver the tllulllnl'. In the follow while license was suspended.He HATE NOTICE: Of Of PtoRIoAe7QiRUTH SUITTHE otnpBini 14.51'' J and commarcial Ollica

etc..also the house will want to a 198 singleton, Eva through your hand ihnuld finish around eve level was sentenced to 10 daysIn PEARL MATTHEWS MOS ,). RN Ml 14111 For SalePoi
....., .. |
You ere ... ..." then s
know how many teams are sche- Hogue 163, Wanda Rice 162, jail In addition. Robert J. sun Ins ben Sued .gsled y4R IAIt 6N1qua. ud''C i alerts MIs,

duled to bowl and any otherper- Ruth Campbell 163. Sue Ward McDonough was given a suspended abase .llIled. 5504. 554 yISri All silos 4 oof btbought quick dawn pymnt
....aby ,require ( oorv bps uparalo ,al> ,
M Ava No.Mob.n'
tlnent Information to them. and Mary Harroun 155, Lll sentence of $50 or 50 plaintiff'/ etlorne wheee name and tanad: and intall:it Phono for tim' .
Peters 153 and Jonell! Spicer of validdriver's addrati ppar forUn *-*, / *" ; t,.. atlimata MONff.RAFTIKOUItmti I/I &'
,._
days on a charge no
d.'."..*. if any .* the kill' NSomplanl oltica Ml JJMIar y
., Ml ill m */>Mmgpnolitory I''VII'' '.AI\ t
BROOKSIDE BOWL 152151. license. Richard Kul* in fall) Milt lops lln.
NO HMIIHI'
The Men's Church Leaguewill PINE LANES lander on a charge of no validdriver's which er !Is fceloro delivered Aug. (to/. you A O t>a*:::rtrton JIIIH NAYS O..n.. ......, ...11 'h" .

meet at 8 p.m. on August The Powder Puff league which 4 license was given an Ipso H.r.lner son15, not er' detree (ere mi .you on- CY'(0111 pawne. Kantucky 0ap.r/al SI, Bonila /IN/,1' b"'h Conlri h".... ," h.1111'I\ M I"

19th.The bowls on Friday mornings held option of $50 or 50 days. lor tin Mint P :::.edl..t h. kill at !IIflp'ln. w,. I 2M1. ''''''" ".n'1, "',, '.., v. "
""''i." "pi / Srdn."
Men's Commercial lea- Its organizational meeting last Lewis N. Ledford chargedwith t.Th. ...Iu.. el sold, sail baleNr 1.11 ". .,', If'" .", ..,.. , ,

gue has scheduled their meeting week. The first day of bowling 7 reckless drivingwas DI ?T'.Oll\l: .. SLIP COVERS Ana shwathi" ., N i.purrh . .
my hand po Ih* | paved dr..w'r i il
for August 24th at 8 p.m. will be September at 9:30 tenced to 60 days In jail but of ..,ld Court *t Napla*, t'0''''. tropical, Dr.p.ry A Uphohl.r. l lawn Phen Ml / < I :.

BUCKS 'N SQUAWS Joe a.m. Anyone Interested or sentence was withheld pendingno thi,* redMAROANEY A T.O.SCOTT IU4. /as. MI I 5101. lit If ; f M "i ,M I

Salmon splattered the pins for wishing further Informationmay further moving traffic vio- Clerk. Circuit TYOtTTPeputy Courty 18-Autoi For Sale r ed.M.. 0 Salh Irick ".n..,
EDITH ,
two he tossed 242 contact Shirley Glasser at lation for aperlodof five Carport It. Place
games as a years. Clerk Walk,. to Seagate. School Open
WAulo
and a 238 for a 658 total. O.B. Ml 24606. Bonds of the following were JMURPHY: C. COMBS tran.ml.non INS 4 Dr.; .Falcon Naw. "'eke. *, N Sunday1 Tr.MI I ",1 bb.MM.n F>.. /" I/5J

Osceola. fired a 229 for a 607. The Big Cypress League will ordered estreated because of Attorney tor plaintiff Complato woe up 1MB. Can IISBlots w. t/

Rae Hendrix listed a 578-232, meet August 12 at 8 p.m. failure to appear On speeding Its' Mh' An.. M. ba Ave sa.n. Morth ol Buck Napl.5.1154f Perrp's5111.

Wanda Rice 497-189, Juanita Trail Bowlers are scheduledfor charges NormanE.Swain$30; :!:_01.w'A". I. U. 1164 ami ) Jala.la' 4 dr-udan V. For Sale

Snyder 492-174. Duane Lyon their meeting August 13that Richard W, Johnston,$25:Fred Aol Tran radio "..1...
"T. I *'owr tlaarmp; Low mlaagaSluy "
IN CIRCUIT COIi" w....,..... lot Royal Harbor .
produced a220loner,LeonSny 7 p.m. Scott, Jr., $35| Robert R. TWtl-TM JUDICIAL. cI..CUIT.COLLI : \11,560CYswm old *. now tar Tur seawall and 40' boattlip",

der 212. Charlie Rice 203, Wes Immediately following the Eilers, $30; and Ronnie L. HATE !Of" COUN flbOlOA y only I I/1V I0% down pod Isms /
'lot of ISIS Phono
on typo u* II
Henson 219, Loretta Easterly Trail Bowlers will be a meet- Baker destruction ofproperty, IN CHAHCtNT. aime: La 41 lallo Coupe TrantmiMtnnNaugthydn Elorado En today to ... Ihs baautilul, lot i
180 of The Classic at No IOJIILVIN Inlarior Naw Painlfor Contact, I
Lucille Perry 171, Ann ing League $50. TOWNtCNO and
...f. Sole, Cheep at $610 Sec at Luc ill. Ottt Lah Brown '
Follls 169 Rose Morrison 162 8 p.m. on August 13th. RUTH North NunleiAHar "
JANET HARMAN TOWNOSNO/his\" I Twin Laka Apt Bob J* .*rIEWEY
Margaret Dunham 151 and Betty The His 'N Hers League will This Form Brought a 300 Come es0AKE I' 10 III"! >t

Keeling 132.SUMMER. have their meeting at 8 p.m. English Train E1HL HARVEY OANS. $, JA. and Inns Ford t D. Automatic4rantml POLLY

COMMERCIAL August 16th.Contractors. A0.5'daItTHE I '.''ion flood tacond car REALTY

Star Is sche- loner. Em Emerick 210, John Robber Breaks : ; lot. 1114 bl, (call ftivar, Mls Park.
for the night wasJr.Simp League WYi' of 'n'f 'DA.TO'I' "' Ml I Cans of Itt Av. Uo 4
'
son with a 568-200 Ralph Me duled for 8 p.m. August 17th. Stull 203, Marvin Lightner 201 PET DOCTOR HARVEY I. 0A M: .* ; /* tf T.ml.mTr.l
F Out Of Prison dm n '''' and pttwil IUi ...".1' Monta Spider, Ml 141b4!
Klrflian 555-193. Marvin Lee Both the Men's Church Lea- and Gene Tessier 198. Oaks., who*. eddn; l| Hoc* Canvertiblo' 4 sp..d trantmlon ..

Masters with a 223 and the Women's Church PARENT CHILDJim and By A. W MelUr D.V.M..i LONDON (AP) A 32.y.ar. Crook Tftiler *..*", ."lyeple.'' *, {ref-, l / Ember Rarf Black. mtarlor
exploded gue ,../' Call Ml f JJI> or coma byanytime Slit BUY In Rnck Harbor
J. Waggoner 207 Jim Croak League will hold their meetingsat Sally Dun were tops with a old convict serving a 30-year Yw ... Hereby soslh.d Mds 411 SIN It So I? MO Corner 'lot 11',110'' NI.It ighhnrhood
salt ...* keen filed, el>lnt yen to l/ll lUSJ City wat' A / ijL.i
157
a term for his In Britain's
199 and the 3-7-10, T. Land 8 p.m. August 18th. 1185. Sally having single 7 part / ''' In 198. Charles Whanonconvert- The Bowierettes meeting will Nancy and Petey Dun came up treat train robbery M cap*') be. title) :1..O'I. yen are rar.t,.>y CKry.lar For tale GoodIrantporfaiion Contact
required "to **rv* .. Inntil 1100, 1174 Broad
ed the 57. Frank Davis toSS- be on the 19th of August at with a 1161 Petey had a lone i a 1l fore dawn today from Plrm. etlorney whote r'M* and sMrMifv.vf Are North "' tfli eslucill" lob Jasgn

ed a 150 and picked the 4- 8 p.m. 158. Greg Tracy showed a 130 Ingham Prison. ;, Tr55nl /TasHl \111"\ i'. : CK/r y 4 Or lid' Trans Yrj.n.' M..c"MDEVEY
up Scotland Yard I a Good
pouted men on a.r tacend
: 1 car Ml f toil
10 plus the 310.PETERSON A Men's Civic League Is and 125 single.HIGHLAND ' aid alb 1' *'".* '" .,
MIXED "Out all major roads surrounding >',,,.,.d Ice .. .tll" M CC ,M. I POLLY
will bowlon
POINT CLASSICFor being formed. They .I/ London on the hunch that thescifi Sara August Tim A'D. MM. THUCKiIlll

the First set PaulCrlcken- Monday night at 9:15 p.m. front was Al Hajek with a 608- 0 Charles frtMrlck Wli. ...,.well,,, fall net enterod er decree e 'I lnt PTO.vi yoifor ford Good Motor IHO 00 REALTY

berger was tops as he bombarded Any civic club or organization 231. Hermlne H ?? 452-169, son, would head for the capital fe***the relief M preyed in the >ii:| Inlornatlonol. ..' HIM 00

this Ann Davis 451164. Al Hamilton mplainl' Sin ... Calm Ilalion' we- of HI Avt.
Corntr So 4T
games of 219-222-247 for a wishing to join league Most of the $7,02,000 loot In 'Tha: Slurs of said Milt tells' ; V Folk HIM 00 .mi'.ml' Trail

688 set--one mark short of a should contact Gene Tillman a 193 single Jenny P ?? the robbery Just a year ago his ,WrTNY, MIo..d. asd '''......1 tee Wot vehicle* today Ml a 4JM

700. Harry Sauchelll was next for further particulars 166, Karen Williams 153 and ii1t, rPrlln61t111 not been recovered. 0' sand ;Court *lfl.ple*, "w'*. 4/1 ItrUvl
with BELLES AND BEAUS Fay Hatcher 151.Brazilian / Prison officials laid Wilson this. anti day ef July t LTJFP CMC, IXC.: .
a 603-212.203.JlmCroak V O 1 APlttl4tine No. Clionl mur*.to<* ,in Tr.dmi
599.212, Al Hajek 579-210. Ev Baldwin led the league witha ,.,, had help In breaking out They Cirault" 421 Ninth Street Wturfront lot for Co Op
: aid several Inslilo Contact Phil" Fops
men got NaplesTemporary Apirtmtnt
convened
592-209 and also Dp&OICNrTYPSP
Gene witha
Chamberlin came up knocked out night patrol off).
a Quarters a1Lucule loll ,
Gene SCALD Olh esgnVlrgm
the 6-7 split. Tillman
Cities I/o
234 singleton. Bill Gregory cer and then soiled the prison J CLAN TAYLOR Marlum
217, Moon Mullin 213 Joe Salmon shot a 555211. Jack Hatcher wall with a ladder Attorney for plaintiff' t
had 211 for 559. Find Answers To ropt P O Isa ,C4C 45-Tniifi for KentTrilr POLLY
also a a Janet DEWEY
209 and Ev Baldwin 214. 941 .ntr.l .."..
For the second set It was Harry Reahard came up with a 459- PUBLIC NOTICE Nap.... PleidI U e waak. wok TV
Sauchelllgivlng pins work 191. Lee Wardrlp 482-201. Guy Parking ProblemSAO 0. W* hove a livo-yoor-old July) U. t1 I'll. 5, II. It.- 1211 )'IO a wok spacat II a weak. REALTY

out with a 263 for a 655 ser- Carlton had a 195 single and PAULO, Brazil (AP) '..,o..t. During trio pad two IH CIRCUIT COURT IN CIRCUIT Count. IIU'f Rat Creek T"IIf Pak Cadof lit Ass So ft

ies. Joe Salmon shot a 620- convened the 4-7-10. Dick Rio de Janeiro solved Its Illegal yearitr stomach hat bocomo TWU'TH COLLIER JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIIICUIT, TWE LCOLLIEStCOULNT'"4UIT; T.mi.ml' Trail r

244 and 255, Paul Crlckenber- Erickson 197, Katy Hajek 171. parking problem bi' deflatingthe groorly onlorgod and herd 10 the STATE OF FLC.RIOAIN ICJ.W OF eionioA.. 48-Apts. For Rent If Ml I I 415II

ger 584-214,Dewey Wright 573- Lauretta Fraley 154. Kay Mob- tires of violators touch. Could this bo a tumor No CHANCERY 1011 IN CN'A NCoyEpRY.JOAN | O'diuum !"..'.%"... .t.. ..... ,
158. Jo Gibbs 164 Sister city Sao Paul has rome Th. bird dooin'l loom la bo in JESSIE' LIE MACUIREPlaintiff' SEVEHLY WILLIAMS apt No 0'I'. o. cr '"'''' M,
ley Mary S9AcreageD15TRIS31'
203, Ev Baldwin 577-217, Jim up with a more" subtle but Just Plaintiff" ) Jill ur Ml I Slit 1.111Lserly

Croak 561217. Huble Han Virginia Morgan 152andGlnnle as effective solution any pain. Holon SloHanion,Wiivnipog ROQER HAROLD V* MAQUIREDalandant G' .NDAL 'WAYNE: WILLIAM ... woe A.on.d., ./hsewCV O.nr mod

tossed a lone 223 and Al Hajek Baldwin 151.CLASSIC Illegally parked cars are Impounded Manitoba. 0.1 Meat H Naplrs 5udob'e' 1 ..d,11l mon'r'' 10 .c... IHO total
NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE 0 F SUIT 1 Me MI, 5 ISlt S Collin County IIt.., It-
-- Tex Kavermanled l Im llr: onca
203. To recover the car, A. Unless a tumor InMrlo'ot anti' THE ITATE OF FLORIDA-TO.: THE! Tang Of' "IIR'P' _TI O' Ml tato MI J 111 Opon Sunday.
SMALL FRY BE FRY. with 577-204,Jack Hatcher the owner must go to the proper semi vital function or louchn sow ROGER HAROLD ...AGUI lit I C.LCNQAL WAYNE WILLIAMS I LHH TIDE: .*l'TS 1/10 IttOMCTMINQ
You ar* haraby notified lhat a Voi notifiad thai e
The Snappers were high with a 571-214, Ev Baldwin 566-195 department and pa) the 20 ems organ, hive il utwally no pun suit ha* bn Mad, again*! you intho :"I ha*aro kaan fiaraky filad *aml you In Watkly Manlhl'> I...." OI'PCPttNT' IN
1208-Buck a 530 and Carl Armbrusi 550-199. cruzeiro less than two cents The very fact that dive it no pain In above entitiad caute and yew INq abets./5111.5. end yw Modern turn mad atf.ctaflciot ACAOENOW I
Perry having era "...It required, to torso upon ,.'. "...., ....", 55'IS' ,VS spin 4 kedro.m lpt/ 5 aero traelt lo.at.oluftj
and Bill Jensen a 151 loner. Gene Tillman blasted a 222 -fine. par fotrokmt abdomoit IndicaKt plaint, .,ff s attorney whota name andddrat 1111'1' Ntaresy' ....... Saio and Rely' Rd C Naples ona milo from U t' 41bn .
Simple? The Paullstas have It. probobility o* tumor locowio H appear "...oa, your writ- address opera "",-. year ..,."" .. O" 10 thit" properly wilddour
trick In the bureaucratlc Ion d.'."***. if any. to Ih* kill ofcomplaint d.'...... if a"r. 10 tho PHI of (Of,*. own car and CDM,., it
employed every hot b..n "rnoro I Ic.Y nt5ng.....p son, in **id ...'. copy ofwhirh plaint in 'ai< sod wen f whlcH >aIealarA5 t ejfDMOOM UNUMNI1MIOAPf '1-'"' "Hart "''y J"
book to make It com IndicatM. mat H It on oiiromoly" llowgroolng i* delivered to oyu herewithon : to .vrpwb i on or OHtIN ACRIS MlI limn: full prico im Forfurtnar
(11104/ .
/ or before Aug 14 A 0 IH4Hertm | I Ift i/\l\ ItI information contact:
1 l l r plicated. tumor fhil may moan M it not foil not ., decree pro conft Maram fail sot or docno pro 4on.foMO 0 T Jan, .' I'- Int.
The owner must go In person malignant, .but ll III. all.-....' la kop o will ,b* entered egainet you will.hr onlara4 ai alms| tea MIIwap 15140. P, &, lax IU.:
The lion the outskirtsnear for the relief prayed In Iho kill, elcomplaint tor tie priyaol |ft ]ne illo -'
pound groomg, _.. of Iwor H will MsrIv. . 1RAtl NTAOE
SERVICE the airport No buses goby vital, function The,o. The nature ef lId sod being for 'Th.'nTture of MM M>il Ming for '
ALLIED u wirh some .
DI VOSCC DIVORCE 10 acrtt R.fh 4 dry land IH
It. n Is either an expensivetaxi
lore, If ihould bo ""' ." coro of Tourvoiorinorian WITNESS my hand end the teal WITNEIS my Stand and Iho Nil. miles from eourtnouto MAR.
ride or a lone walk and 5'd Court el Napia*. Florid of led Court at ,""."..d. LOW I 4 eco 4U Mh A"..
INS DAVIS BLVD. WI L54/1 When the owner srrlves he can mat"* diagnodt Ihi'* II day ef July AD'''' ""' "'MiU ,' ET70 554 I South Ml I IIHI. 7/I.tf
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SCOTT
code orrangomonlt. lit any nocotiaryturgory MARGARET T SCOTT
finds a Itne ahead of him, Court Clerk of CO49 d Cwrl 66-Insurance)
There .it .. ysly a risk lath prNrktD1TH TYOETT 5 DITN tTOITTISCALD
Th delefat charged with ?

.11 ALLIED m.kn. nlH'lc"IJf ....,... II.W.aerntmg ......'.neee . accepting the fines Is pulnsuk. ""dill any abdominal' lurgory Th. (SEAL Daputy Clerk Oapwty ClorkMURPHY ,... .Money.. Lsy. ....m..1
CM..c.1 ...d DO'r1est4 R.fi' .ralan Ev1'pmst Ing In checking documents and lurvival rose lor buds whKn ora anot.thotaod MURPHY C. COMBSAttornay C. COMiAttornay P1.0, Auto, Homo Ownart. ,
and .......... an, it mil not for plaintiffMl for plawliffMl Pill
U obliged to pause frequentlyfor Ith Av*. So.Neple UN Avo. So.Ju .I1110rll INSURANCE
.,.. coffee breaks or to talk or ot.Woetofy .but during the poW low *. Fla. FIa. 11. 5th A... North
the telephone years dime bore bon advoncot July. II. II. Auf I. II. IH4 *2"| -.y'7l. 2E Au" .. U. 1604 .211. I ,5-_



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