Title: The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: August 13, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
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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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I I. To Johnson: 'Now Who's Trigger-Happy ? '


Barry's Rap :

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Barry WASHINGTON Goldwater says(AP)President- Sen. bt CoilierRr N tms rys

Johnson campaign has Issue shot- the down charge one Conn d 7 t

Goldwater Is trigger happy. / rbYi
The Republican presidential ,
nominee said the orders to the

7th Fleet In last week's North THURSDAY AUGUST 13, 1964 PAGES 10 CENTS 4ht YEAR NUMBER 14 1<
Vietnamese crisis could have
_m___ e ,
been Interpreted to mean the ,, vsi.
President was authorizing the

use The of nuclear administration arms. fired back No Operation For Enough But* Not Too Much, Says TurnerNaples' .

with a statement from Secretary Senator KennedyBOSTON
of State Dean Rusk and
Secretary of Defense Robert S. (AP)-Sen. Edward
McNamara that "Sen. Goldwa. M. Kennedy, D-Mass., will not
ter's interpretation Is both require an operation on his back
unjustified and irresponsible." which was broken In a plane MillionDollarBudget
The controversy began crash June 19, a team of doc.
Wednesday at Goldwater's ton said today.
press conference at Hershey, Dr. Herbert D. Adams, sur.
Pa., where Republican leaders geon in chief of New England
had gathered for a unity sum. Baptist Hospital, said the young
mlt conference. est brother of the late President
Goldwater also said he was John F. Kennedy Is making "ex.
far from satisfied with the Pres. eel lent progress, a really re.
ident's actions Southeast Asia markable recovery." Geared To Need !
and added "if the President will It Is estimated that Kennedywill
continue to listen to me, take not be able to resume nor.
my advice, we'll have less trou. mal activities until around Jan.
ble." uary, SarrIIIGII
WON'T BE DIVERTEDIn Mayor Turner today viewedthe .. ( It __,.

a New York speech to the i = 6 city's first $1 million\ plus PnirSTKSS Aluo Lonxlnna putm. ,I I.
American Bar Association kit budget and said the continued
1'1I1'1't'lhh"'t'llllt'l' of nli'
\ a -
Wednesday, Johnson said the growth and development of Naples -
lCiulis soit. l io.ulcast, to IUT follow ,
U.S. course in Southeast Asia makes It necessary to an appeal is:
will not be diverted by political maintain the type of serviceto Wi'tliu'tul.n night to l.t\\ down their, xpcais. tin'
attacks at home. He said it has n citizens "which we feel they ASMIHlatcd 1'1'I'llIlI/Iill/ toiljn Slu- said the K\OIH>
never been the policy of an entitled went has guaranteed her safety. Duihut) tin Lint
are to.
American president "to syste. r"f f t rt'wI IUT faniitlial followers hnu' UM'
//l "\ 'UI It fill the bill, and enable nchaiKiiiK
In d
matlcally place hazard the
life of this nation by threatening Naples to keep pace ... ( KO\t'innuMit lruupe.( N tnt'I.flllll. livis
nuclear war." a new and! modern city In a \\ nilost' in the Imttlo and the pm-num-nt" 01'i

The Arizona senator, who had modem world" Turner was doled her bioujjht: in "dead or aliu1 Two days

stirred a controversy over 4T asked. ago she suneiideied.

suggestions that NATO com. "The budget was given all due
manders should have more economic consideration and It
"leeway" In use of weapons, will provide and maintain Florida Doctor
was asked at Ms news confer worth Around
necessities, but many
once happy about with charges tactical he Is nuclear trigger s jj er a l + e while projects were whllheld Wants Mandatory

power. the Council at all times keptIn Health InsuranceMIAMI _
Said Goldwater "I think the mind the taxpayer upon whom
President has somewhat removed the burden falls. That Is whywe (AP-A Florida doc.

It (the charge) by Impulsive kept the levy .t t nine mills, tor said Wednesday h. will ask The ''onBy
action no one has con. because Council cannot exceedthe the Democratic Platform Com.
demned, by telling subordinate taxpayer's willingness to mlttee to bark a mandatory fed. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
commanders to use any weap. eral medical insurance law de.
ons necessary, which pretty pay."The signed along the \lines of auto.
much removes any criticism of budget, I feel," said! mobile liability insurance MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet
what he could make of what I Turner, "appears to be In keeping Union Is retreating! from its
Dr, Uoyd Lkunsev of Mart
supposedly have stood for." with the ability of the tax. much heralded system of com.
A week ago Wednesday, the payer to pay and Is adequate to thon, Democratic chairman of blnlng education with work ex.
the 4th Congressional District
day after the President ordered do the job In 1964-65." perlence
said the law would requires
t r The government announced
naval air strikes against North
Turner Item
referring to an
Vietnamese PT boats and their ..... .1.- ,-- -- -. of for Hospitalization or n u r s I n g Wednesday that the amount of
$30,000 street repairsnot
bases, McNamara was asked at home care of $20 per day or on-the. Job training In factories
a news conference what orders ALL SET to go to Corkicmv.Sanctuary are these 22chlldreafrom the Included in the general I bond $1BOO per Ill"ies4jm. any. calen.da and:: on far mi 1* Iwlngcut.TMvlMftt .
2 More BreaksIn improvement program laid the ""* "',** t JJ.year
U.S. ships were operating underIn Naples Cypress Center. They were accompanied yesterday by Mrs. year. sys.
the Gulf of Tonkin. Ted Below Sr., Dob Easterly, Sue Cory and Tom and Sandra Braden Increase was made forthe mor tern of Irlmary'and secondary
Persons to health Insur
tie replied: "Our orders to the ale of the community which has carry education Is being reduced to 10
Naples Area The group went In the Civil Air Patrol Dus. (NEWS photo) ance If they made $5,000 a year
tfiomuianders are to continue patiently gone along with many years as II Will pil rtol9r,8The :;
without dopeitilimts or $7,500
t their patrols, to protect them phases of construction causing s change wan announced by
selves against aggression on the Twocases of breaking and entering To Make Jobs Inconveniences and for the"Im- combined household income. the government newspaper| It.
high seas with whatever force is were reported In the Naples age" tourists will get when Federal aid to mead Insurance veMla and Is to Itcioin eff.
DAW Strike
necessary." area last night,with nothing May visiting Naples. payments for persons earning ectlve Sept I.

Johnson's statement on Aug. 3 apparently taken!< In either For Oldsters, "As the city grows,there Is less than the minimum In.
was that he had instructed the break. more need for pollee protection comes, LONDON (AP)-Uidy Mitch.
Navy to give Its forces orders The Sheriffs Department reported Smathers Plan and garbage collect Ion.The new The law would be admlnli.tered farm refuses to be lady.
"(A) to attack any force which that someone entered General MotorsDETROIT budget provides for this Increased nationally by a presidential "I will not take the title," she
attacks them In international laM "1 don't want it and I
through a jalousie window at the MIAMI (AP) Sen. George service committee and be subjectto
waters and (B) to attack with George Durrance Service Sta- Smathers, D-Fla, said today he community approval by state pglsla.( won't have it."
said the
the objective not only of driv. was cosponsoring a bill to In. mayor, tures, he said. She automatically receivedthe
Ing off the force but of destroy. tion on Davis Boulevard was (AP) The United Ing It Is essential that all local crease employment opportunities "A sum of $20,000 was pro- title when her husband, Gil.
ing it." either scared off orwas looking Auto Workers Union has or. unions and units schedule strike for older citizens.In vided In the budget to promote bert Mltthlson, 74, was made a
The actual order to the fleet for money and found none. dered all Its General Motors votes to be completed prior to a statement Issued at Ml. and advertise Naples which we TIDES life peer laM month
was not made public. Deputy Ed Hunter, checkingthe Corp. units to take strike votes Aug 31." amt, Smathers said he and Sen. feel will add materially to the Dofore he was ennobled, Lord
building about 1 a.m., found before the end of the month. The UAW contracts with CM, Jennings Randolph, D.W.Va., economy. Many cities spend High Lees.m Mllchlmin was a Labor member
TELL US MOREA the jimmied window and inves- Leonard Woodcock, UAW vice Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler would Introduce today the "old.er much more and Naples Is In of the House of Commons Ills
reporter asked Goldwater, tigated.It president and director of the Corp. expire Aug. 31. Workers Employment Act of competition with them and must p.m. .m. ,n. wife, Naomi, Is a successful
"could you amplify the remark was the second break at the union's CM department, or. Meanwhile top.level negotla. 1964,'' a five year program keep Aug. t) 3.21: I.:II 9.1): 9.:Ill writer.
you made? Do you mean that dered the vote Wednesday lions resumed today between aimed at stimulating jobs for pace. AUK II 3.V: .1.19: 10:11: 10:23 Lady Mltchlsnn feels so
Durrance station In recent days,
the President has given field night contract bargainers Chrysler older people.In SET RECORDSThe AUK. 11 1:11: 1$1: Hril:\ 1IM strongly. about It that she put
commanders the right to use with the first effort netting the A telegram to all local units and the UAW. addition to setting up a AUK I II 3:39: NIO:' 1:20: the following advertisement In

(Continued on page 2) thief some $350 In cash. Nor- said: Non economic Issues were study of employment for the retired City Council wound up ,'"1.17 8:11:: D.57:: 12:13: 2:37: the personal column of The
mally, Durrance keeps no cashat "As of today, Aug. 12, Gener. mulled over Wednesday by sub. the bill provides a small its study of the 1964-6 bud Times of London
t h e station overnight, the al Motors Corp. has made no committees for both sides. appropriation to be used by the get, amounting to approximately Add one hour for Marte "I 1 Naomi MllchUm still wishto
Sheriffs Department said. movement at the national level.It In other talks Wednesday, the Bureau of Employment SecurityIn $1,058,000, about 2130 p.m. Add one hour, Naples Bay bride! be called Naomi Mltchlson,"
Weather OutlookPartly Also entered last night was has not Indicated any date at UAW renewed Its bid to per. defraying expenses of vol. yesterday and set s number of

the 41-Drlve-1n In East Naples which the union may expect suade General Motors to cut unteer community groups work. records In the effort. BOMBAY, India (lAP) In.
cloudy through Friday where someone cut the screenIn counter-proposals. In view of down on the amount of work ing to find employment for old.er The amount of the budget! tops Compromise OnReapportionment dia's spreading food shortage
with a few widely matured the shortness of time remain. which ls''farmed out" workers Smathers said.
a rear window and jimmied (Continued on 8) has triggered a noisy brawl in
.hower.. law tonight In upper a door to gain entrance. Again, pigs the Maharaatra Slate Assembly.
70.. High Friday 88 to nothing was taken the thief apparently ,. Opposition" members started it
93. Mostly south and southwest being Interested only In by shouting and thumping their ,I
wind 8 to IS miles per cash which was not available for Is Worked Out desks during Wednesday' ses. 1
sire Tempers became short
hour. the .
taking.The and fist fighting broke out.
rate leaders have worked out a Guards had to restore order and
compromise on a legislative two of them were Injured.
More Than Our Share reapportionment amendmentand The speaker| had refused to

hope It clears the way for grant an position request that
passage of the foreign aid au. tie assembly adjourn In sym.
thorUatlon bill pathy with a workers' strike

On Government PayrollSPECIAL .. ? Action on the $3.3.t>llllon for. against rill k.tlne food prices

..... sign aid measure has been
l's boned down In dispute over the
N ,...rwtM BERLIN AP) West Oer.
TO THE NEWS results showthatlnterms .Aiwm 1 reapportionment Issue, threat (i
of population there is one full. enlnf to kill any chance for mans paid homage, today to the
NEW YORK. A comprehen. time worker, or the equivalent, congressional adjournment be. memory of 53 persons who died
live survey of public employ. for every 33 local residents. fore the opening of the Demo trying to flee across the Com
ment In the United States re. This Is a larger number of critic National Convention Aug, muni wall that has divided
veals that the number of Collier employees, relatively, than most 24 in Atlantic City. East Berlin from West Berlin
County residents on local govern communities In the United Stales The compromise amendmentwas for the past three years
ment payrolls relatively large. have. The average is one for Introduced Wednesdaynight Mayor Willy Brandt laid
There are more people som. every 42 residents. by Republican leader wreaths on memorials along a
ployed locally, in proportion to The local ratio was higher Everett M, Dlrksen with Demo. part of the 26-mlIe wall on Its'
population than In most parts also, than that found generally In cratle leader Mike Mansfield anniversary
of the United States. the Sthte of Flortdaoneforever) as a cosponsor They ham.
Counted as publiclyemployedare 38. meted It out In cooperation with ..
those who are on the pay. In almost all sections of the top Justice Department aides
rolls of county governments, country, governments are ex. It! provides for delaying court. 'COMING
townships, municipalities,school pandlng, In terms of personnel ordered reapportionment of ,
districts and special districts. Since 1957, when the previous state legislative seats, to allow
Federal and state employees arc Census of Governments was taken a reasonable opportunity for
not included.The public employment In the +A state ,action, "In the absence of
facts and figures have Just United States has risen by 1,293,. highly unusual circumstances*' NEXT TUESDAYand
been released by the Census 000 persons. The original amendment ( molt Tuesday
Bureau. They are contained In a One-tenth of this growth was ac. Dirk aen announced he would of.
voluminous report based on data counted for by the Federal Government. fer as a rider to the foreign aid thereafter)
collected In the UU Census of The bulk of It, CO per. bill provided for delaying for as "THE INQUIRING
Governments.It cent, represented an Increase in much as four years enforcementof
shows a total of 585 persons the size of local governments.As CAMP ARROWHEAD locatrt Lak- Katherine Stanley Bojnton Junior counsellor Bob Koch s recent Supreme Court nil. * REPORTER" *
on public payrolls In Collier to the matter of cost, Col. near Jackson Ohio continues to be, ti I popular camper ; Hex Storter junior counsellor, and Brut( ing that both branches of a state
County In the month that the tier County had payroll of$192,. place each summer for a large number of Naples Lamartine Junior counsellor The two boys attending I legislature must be apportionedon What Collier Count I ant
count was taken. 000 In the census month. It youths, Edwin Jones, founder and owner each for a six-week period each summer as campers the basis of population. toy about a variety ef
a these, 537 were employedfull amounted) to $10.M per capltafor year awards two scholarships to Naples high| are chosen bv school faculty member Coun Dlrksen urged the delay to al. things seme terlous,

time The others, whowere the local population. school boys, and the many attractions of the camp sellors return at the invitation of Mr. ,Jon fl. Eve} \' low time for action on a constu tome not so serious.
Elsewhere In the South Atlantic tutlonal amendment he and otlu
working part-time, were convert.ed . .
Into their equivalent number States, It took $8.23 per capita lead original campers back as counsdlois. The Na- boy in the camp, ranking in ages from eight to 1 > ers have Introduced to permit . .
d fulUlmeri so that comparison to meet monthly payroll costs. It pies 1061 contingent to the famous camp from left has succeeded in immmir a mile in one outing in seats In one house of a state leg. LOOK FOR THE NEW

) might be made with other com. was $9.86 In the State of FlorU include : Bruce Evans. camper; Jones the owner ; the last two years, including beginners. Islaturt to be apportioned on FEATURE -TUESDAYI.
m da. Greg Onck camper; Bruce fkonton, counsellor; factors other than population

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7 I I I n 1 N i II \ I ItThurSdq-- August 13. 1164 Goldwater. Chinese HoldManeuvers

(I',mtinu from page lam )

Outline Plans For Forming weapons Including atomic Near

I ? .r yl y.Uf a t 'kaH+St Mx "I would suggest you read his North Viet Nam

admonition to the commander
y* : iCyttMr* SSvT of the 7th Fleet in which h. said TOKYO (lAP) ( ""

United Florida Cruise ClubPlans o Sf*** S* fi te<> use :any weapons," Goldwatersaid China announced"Jar 1 .t hot.i i I'

"' "I think I know what he '
fui the formation of a I ber To date, 88! reservations $ 5& mians tary maneuvers" in IJ"\ u I
United Hoi'Ida Cruise Club with I have been made He ur others && i fftVHr&ai t 0v "But I also know what I I facing North Viet Nam ,u i i ittonalist

Naples as Its headquarters were i desiring to make the trip to get meant when I said that taw +uo I Iprame China.
outlined b) Jack M.,,"itiPr, chaJr. their reservations In at early as commander of NATO Peking Radio, in a Jat dl'; "

man of the comnntut' uganl/ed possible. should have more sayso In the 1 language broadcast 1II'/Ii/1 i /

for that purpose, ,it the monthly Drumheller also stated that Chllll'f' of tactical nuclear weap I in Tokyo, left no doubt n. ,
dinner meeting "I.i the Naples i the covered dish dinners will be 01 s, erdses were connected v.n ,, ,

Cruise Club In the Cove Res. started again as soon as the "It 's not to give him the 'Gulf of Tonkin crisis ,II, i ,

taurant of Tahilian Cove Con shelter on the island has been ICHM, the IRBM, It's merely 'U.S. air strike at hmo, ;I''
guess Inn Tuesday! >ilht.Elghty.t'M completed tactual! weapons and I Imagine Nam Aug. 5,

member and guests were that: those people though I The broadcast noted tl at '
present al the mi'e ing, dim'I know in the Pacific i announcement was being; i*, ,
Mesbim staled i that he had UAR Asks HaltIn "Immediately ,
i have the right to use these i almost a I I '
"'ntactel 46 cans club In Flor weapons if the commander feels ((Communist) China Would st ,
iota cove i ing the 0'' ea from Mil.nn it's necessan 'beside North Viet Nam I" "
to .Juksonvill h' on the east For The reporter" pressed on, ask*' |pulsing any' aggressor 'r

roast .il bia ul i the pi ..Ject and from Iner "d' \ ou feel President John. Chen Yl's pledge was w? ,

Flamingo to Tarpon Springs on Nuclear Force '('11hab\ given these Pacific j In a letter sent to Comm "
tie) west I oast. Response to the to use \Vietnamese Foreign Mliixi
proposed organisation has been GENEVA (AP) The United commanders the right Xuan Thu' and breath ,ist '

very favor! able, he declared, and Arab Republic called today for Iff \'Ield"If ;Peking's New China n8J,:" .
oho clubs are apparently waiting a halt In the planning for a pro But Goldwater interrupted, ,cy Wednesday.

tor future developments By the posed Western multilateral nu sine "I'm onl) quoting Us ad.; Peking Radio said "111\1\\us,,, i

September meeting, he stated clear force.It monition to his command I ,of men in high spirits mil i, T..
he hoped to have a more com was the first time a nonaligned don't know what went on In his ,went such militaiy drills ,'

pints report delegation to the 17na. orders I haven't seen the 01'.1 shooting, throwing "grot/ I 101""' .

Dorothy Stoneburner, chair tlon disarmament conference ders, !had I read the papers and )handling of eXlloslvescr0551nc ,
Bias of the cocktail and swim. has submitted a formal proposal if u>u say any weaptll51teces5 rivers" In K\\aii I

ming party committee, report. directly affecting the controver. Ian the public mind can Iniag' and Fuklen provinces and i
ed that she Is trying to arrange alai project. The proposal was hue a lot of things'' .chow Peninsula
another affair of this nature for made by VAR Ambassador Ab. .r. s" In retort, the administration 1 A section of Kwantun, i ,

August 28 and complete details del Fattah Hassan. AIU. AND MRS. MRWIX DOWNMNV( I ul 1125 contended that would be an un.' ders the northeastern thrill
will be announced later Hassan suggested the two nu. reasonable Interpretation i Communist Viet Nam. Fuki,
Commodore William Drumhel. clear super.powera-the United MississippiCourt Eighth Ave? S. were amoiijr the iippioxinuitelv! The statement issued b% theState ;Province is directly ojp' "u ,
State and the Soviet Union- 2,01 tinilei families iitteiidiny! UKbevciith LBJ. Signs
ler, who presided at the business ; lu- Department under the' ;Formosa, and Lulchov Pew i ,
session, appointed Bob Pleclty open technical discussions on Bans national Rallv at the WIIII1111111, Cat'avail names of Rusk and McNamara 1 ,sula faces Communlst-held II". .

Larry Welsh,, Ralph Carlson,and whether the proposed force Club at Pi'met'ton, N J", June 20 to ..JulJ, Down said: i nan Island
Newell Cornish to the member. would constitute a disseminationof ing is a l'l'tiJ'e! bank vice president nt The Fifth "The President gave no authorization .

ship committee ion atomic maintains arms.that The it Soviet would Un be New Demo PartyJACKSON Tliiid Rank Cincinnati, Ohio, who line made Naples $$2.4 Billion for the use of am

Harry Wooten, chairman of the his home for the past few ju-aiv. lie is the nuclear weapons In the course; Reject 18-Orbit
and that the force la
proposed Miss. AP A of the episode In the Gulf of
entertainment committee showed ( ) father
of County Comm issionci' \Ves
the new Briggs film, "Naples designed chiefly to put nuclear state Judge has banned opera Downing. Tonkin, and he made no state
Rediscovered" and"Land of For weapons Into the hands of the dons of the Mississippi Freedom More than 7,000 individual tinih-nsts attended the Highway Bill meat which could reasonably' be Plan For Manned

ever,"Bob Schoonthaler operated West Germans Democratic party, formed by mammoth travel trailer rally, the 1II'ICl'st'el' interpreted to suggest that an)

the projector about Britain the American also has reservations. civil rights leaders to seek oust. held in the United States and! )possibly the mold! WASHLNGTON (AP) Pres. such authorization had been gi* Gemini Flight

Drumheller made a progress sponsored er of the all-white regular Dem. ident Johnson signed a $2,4-bll. ven
report on the club's new Tahi. project. ocrats from the national con lion bill "Sen. Goldwater's interpreta.
highway today and said HOUSTON, Tex (AP-A) i II'omnUIII.t.ltiOIl
tlan shelter being built at Little UJ5. Ambassador Clare H. ventlon son, a Democrat obtained the signed to "intimidate and em.' it will do tlon is both unjustified and Ir
help Justice to a stepchild foe 18 otbits I
Tlmberlake and Italian
delegate injunction. barrass the lawfully existing "*
Marco Pass and staled that it Is responsible.
in society, the Americanmotorist. stead of tin'of lor tin Iu> <
Francisco Cavallettl said At almost the same time that Patterson along win Gov.
now nearly I ready for sheathing they Democratic party and to create After commenting lie was far
and in the suture the work days would study the proposal Sovl. Chancery Judge Stokes Robert. Paul B. Johnson and other state confusion in the minds of the el. The bill authorizes from satisfied with the Prebl.dl'nt'l manned Gemini IliRht lias, I
two-year been turned down
et negotiator( Semyon K. Tsar son Jr. Issued his Injunction officials, was named a d tene a parently
will be scheduled for weekends ctorate and bitterness, hatred federal actions last week i In ,
said the Wednesday a suit was filed In dant in the federal court action. highway construction [ Charles W. Matliews. Gen I
apkln proposal was Southeast
in order to have more available and discord among the cite.aens Asia, he was asked ,
h nip, He also "worthy of the closest atten. federal court asking that 18 Guyot declined to say if off. .ItThe program, mainly for primaryand [ what he would do. !program director, said a I
gave a report on tlon" state laws designed to hinder leers of the Freedom Democrats secondary roads and not l>neal for 18 orbits had "bran d!I
the plans for tho proposed cruiseto attorney general argued Including the "I've been over this so many ...
be struck superhighways (ussed but plans w'r1'1'i'i ">
Jamaica and Haiti in Novem.P Timberlake assured the con. civil rights would obey the Injunction order. that the word "democratic" Is starting in the 1966 times that I could do It In Chi.
fiscal year. Ing with three hips al'uU/Id i i i
ference the United States down for "
will ing them to cease activity
already In use as part of anoth. "For much too long John nese, Goldwaler replied "I'd
t globe by two astronauts
------- --- take action Inconsistent
no with The two actions weren't dl. the group. er party name and under Mis. son said, "the who say interdict the supply' lines"
resolutions by the U.N. Assem A floor battle over the Issue at man owns The oniineiiiUtlcin law second But he said "I'm ask
rectly connected. But both were slssippl a group can. and drives an automobile hasbeen going to ,
I bly and the Organization for At. the Democratic National Con. comiunieil, with nine UMMI s
seen as part of the continuing not use ItSegni's, treated like my chiefs of staff how you go
rican Unity against the dissent hand the ventlon.whlch begins Aug. 24 at a stepchild about It. I'm a civilian" why a longer flight w,is 11l'd
struggle on one by We require him to for .
** (nation of nuclear weapons. state to maintain the status quo Atlantic City N.J., Is virtually pay the ed. Most dealt with asti J '" it
highways he and
"That Is the declared policyof assured. At least eight state Condition uses we r e. sifety.
hand Net
the United States," he added. and on the other by Democratic delegations have quire him to pay In advance. We A Manned Spaiei'raft t'rim'i iS
| Illegal Trucking
gross to win civil rights Includ. Reported BetterROME divert his taxes to other ,
uses |*>kesman said it was ,
Jeepmf I Tsarapkln, who was the lastspeaker from the nation. called for support of the pre.
Ing recognition but we delay the of .
repeated the Soviet ar al Democratic party. dominantly Negro Freedom (AP) The rendition roads that he deserves.building Operations Bring the proposal hail teen 'ieje i h,'"i,
guments against the multllater Democrats. although Mithi'ws of Italian President
l Antonio "I and I believe
al force and said that his goer Lawrence Guyot chairman of Patterson's suit said It was Segnl continued to Improve to. hope that our State Crackdown tally say so.

New At ernment, while seeking to 1m the Freedom Democrats executive filed for "the preservation of order attitudes are changing.. TALLAHASSEE (AP) A Tho rofKisal was report n ,,
prove relations with West Ger commute, said attorneys and the protection of the day."The improvement of his gen. The bill signing ceremonytook statewide markdown on illegal mile; by a high olfic.ial ,it i isiiaie ,
II many continues to oppose any were considering action to coun. public." It charged that last eral condition persists, and his place In the White House( truck operations resulted In the tenter. He siiil a li i" I

I arrangement providing that ter the Injunction. week's state convention of the 1 senses are clearly more alert,"| Cabinet tarles of room with the seer arrest of 81 truck drivers
country access to nuclear antis. State Atty. Gen Jot T. Patter. Freedom Democrats was de the doctors added. Interior agricultureand ; June, the State Public' Utll. out spaceirilt systems s i; ,
... commerce on hand alone ,
;;0... Itles Commission because then would 1.( U/lIII''
with 30 40 members of the reported Wed.
e In later. ,
nesday. nights of Initial': 'dui) '
I Senate and House.Construction .
'!" I' of the m ltlbtl. 'The! commission/ said' 81 vehlfcles t son.
y .At .., .
.f. '' wer "space/ capsule lot "
llon-dollar /put but of servd'e
because first maimed mission in lx. I
they were unsafe: ,
highway system is already cov.
has a nuximum
< ipihii
about twice the monthly aver.
ered by the Federal HighwayAct 'of 18 orbits
bt' t f' Y of 1961. That act authorizes age, 1
$2,8 billion for the program in r- 't
the 1966 fiscal year and $2.9 bil.
lion in the 1967 fiscal year.

The bill signed by the Presl.
dent today authorizes funds for

primary and secondary projects
for fiscal 1966 and 1967

Under the primary and sec YORK (AP)- Sloe'ks at noon
ondary system the federal gov.
ernment pays 41 per cent of the Allis Chal 20>/2 Fla PI L 81 N.Am AV 49'
cost of Alcoa 69 Ford 521,. Penney c,
projects on the primary
30 Am Air 4SU Frost Da U3f. pa RR 3"
highways per cent on sec.
ondary highways and 23 per Am Can 44% Frept Sui 31)1/2) Pep Cola
cent on extensions in urban Am Cyan C334! Frueh Tr 331,' Phil Mol' 17 a
areas. Am Mot 15>i Gen Dyn 307/. Phlll Pet "410

The federal government pays AT4T 70-T4) Gen EI 8211. RCA 31 "

90 per cent of the cost of the Am Tob. 33Va Gen Fds 90% Rep 511 4S s
Interstate highway system. Ampx Cp 18'i' Gen Mills 12t/e Rey Tub 43
Anaconda 471',. Gen Mtrs 93I Smelt p 31''
I 1f f fI Armour 47 Goodrich S5e! Seaboard ,2 I
ACL GoodyI' 43 Sears lt9'

Flow Of U.S. Babcock 33" Greyhnd 25'1. Sinclair 4CI.;

RESERVE SPACE { Beth Stl 37'/, Gulf Oil 5G% SOCO/l 81' n
,1 / .: i BoeingBorden 54', Int Harv 79"1. Southn C 627"
Dollars Abroad 751, Int Nick 78111 Sperry R 137"

1iP Brunswk 8V lot Pap 33 StBrand 77
Cater Tr 33'',. Jones&L 8D''a StO NJ 85'MCelanese
ihd J Jr NOW Soars Upward 70 Kais Al 3411 Studebak 71 b
Chrysler 531' Swift0'
i WASHINGTON (AP) The Ken'cott 87% K
CocaCol 137>/j Texaco 81J'
flow of U.S. dollars abroad UC" My 80 I
\ Com Ed 537/ Thiokol 13''
I IN THE Loch'd 361,4 r
,fr soared to an annual rate of $2.9
billion in the Aprll.June period, Con Edls 89?1 Lorillard 44% V Carb 1191.
Cent Can Sl>/ Unit Alrc 491/3
ark the Commerce Department said Mag'vox 30%
todav.Tils. Dow Che 69'/ MM&M 59 Un Fruit 211' a
DuPont 261% US Steel 58
Mohasco 143,
ay. ; p 1 a e compared to a highly fa.vor.ble EAL 291/)1 Mons'to 79 Vniv Mat l31.

:HH l months of record 1964,In when the first the deficit three: Kodak 129Firestone 403/, Mont Wd 381/ Wlnn Westr'E136!Dill 3511j a
: In the international Nat Dalr 831.
balance of
Fla Pw SI' 480'i Nat Dist 281/$ Woolwth 28' ii
41f"e' payments dropped to a yearly
I I rate of about $850 mllltnn

1\ Back School Since April, the quarter! re. i I i I
,,' , a port oiled said, the outflow las sub _ _
considerably! and the deft

..: Clt during May and June was
< lose to that of the first three >k ASOR/6/MAL HEALTHADDICTS

t j Edition months of the year REt
There was a shift of $830 mil. ICs t.WFARTNED s1N
lion between the Man and
) April figures nVATTNEMe'ENr'NQMSWw0
C/VED / EAE naar:
For the first half of the year, STEAM
i THURSDAY AUGUST 20th the defU it was $1.9 blllk, on a BATHS aEr caeNEACrNwD

seasonally adjusted annual rate WRPOSESu
basis This means that If the
second half of the year matches

the first, a net of about $1.9
billion will go abroad during
1964. tvfe HBS


.. '- To Auction Off

Leftovers From . s//CS we,2

Scout JamboreeVALLEY


The S2.000 Boy Scouts who Iv 'gl' rkeJ.SFMRyiauadiEDvv
attended the National Scout mlV/1SSS/IO'R/VEP x-'i V
w.. Jamboree here last month have AND SIt R'7 a 'HATTVIHtDl ** /I

gone, but the memories and oetmae7)l wasr isS Vs! \ / <*%
quite a bit of other stuff-linger SWIM w.sraeY '
I on /4044 MWSEAACai/$ /WW'HK
"TELL & SELL" r. < / -
Stanley M. Hawkins, jambo.
roe physical arrangements dl. a 1 ,
2300M/jEl, ,
j rector, said leftover articles
ii j.L dudes

IN THE NEWS 5,000 picnic tables

2,500 plastic jugs LErsAU m1CMavANO guyAN EXTRA Lit.SAYINO$ ago
1,400 garbage cane we SECt.aQ/TYWELUgD.OLBEareOw/VAACQ4 DRENS.
PH. MI 2.2107 1,400 alvyiuedpails. ,
Hawkins said the will I be sold
at au,tl.' ,.

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Try To Forget*:'

r cJ V a csI 15a Being TrappedIn P

I /, r J anaUanaerL'lt Coal Mine t

J3eacl V/LETON, Pi jVP) A
r 11 afro lochs the( uiof of the

pl\\lda\ No 2 hard ouujf.f >e.
Ih'.11' here' JCfljifRfrowJoi
(jive way
By Mary A. Foster MI 2-U61
(.round, tripping David FeU
Ito, Henry Throne and Louis

x. I would like to make h cor. a contrast to the person who stab Bova. I
, rectlon in the name of the Civil: bed the little duck at the World Fourteen days later FeUln

Defense director for this area. Fair that has brought such en and Throne were howled to
'" Instead of Jack Slierer, It Is Leo Joyment to so many people. safety through a newlxKtiMted!

Campbell of lOSrd Ave., as Mr. Makes you wonder how low somepeople 20.UH1 shaft as people around
I'' Sherer had resigned that post can get. I am cure talks the world waited aniclouid forever

Sorry to see Mrs finny that read the story In Last Sun ) development i I.

Sherer, of Vanderbilt Beach, day's Collier County News are \h holt has life been like for
I"" limping around on a very swollen happy to hear little Arturo is on 4' Fellln, 59, of nearb Shepp'on,

1, foot, the result of a nasty bite the mend. ., .",, :. i ,;, !. and Throne 29, of Neil etja, a e
believed to be by a scorpion. Do since the glare of the Umellfhtpassed" p
hope she is better :" ; "
That was quite an amusing Congratulations to Mr. and Friends sal' the two soJJafi
story about Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs Forlst Hall of Bay View _. ..... .. \.', grew" .1 A I. .11:1t.: .... .. ..._ 4 ," :(1\' speak of the event Mlii.nd:
- -
I 1'1' Tuma of 103rd avenue about the Avenue Vanderbilt Beach who --- Doll\ rarelj do they' see each!
WINNER: the last of the summer's I
dog and the duck and his after celebrated their 43rd wedding on DOeR PRIZE nt apes HospiUilAuxiliaiy other.

noon swim. What Joy these people August 2. As part of their celebration card pait\ luncheons. \esUydav noon at the Cine Restaurant Throne says he seldom thinks

receive from a little duck. What they took a trip to Key of the Tahitian Cove Congress Inn was Mis: Kelly Carter shown here of. the ordeal, adding "it's pret.t .

West, stopping In Homestead to with her group J playing catds From left to right, Mis: Charles CalT. ) well kept out of im mind"

Learns Bear Was see the Coral Castle Love Story Mrs. Ralph West Mis Carter. and :Mis Earl hnne The l>I'izl' is Presented Fallln sajs the excellence
'r. In Stone" In Key West they gratis by the sponsoring !group rts an added attiaition ma)' have sobered him some but c
I' Just Playing Dead rode the Conch:: train and saw ( NE\\'S photo ) hu not changed! him basicallY.
many interesting places. They "Have I changed? No, I don't.
" I WARROAD Minn (AP) also visited Falrchllds Tropical Finish think so,'' he said before start. FUR COLD COLD This comblnae'Dn of leopard

I Andy Strelff tells how to kill a Gardens In Matheson Hammock Sixteen tng a vacation trip "I was Justa shin red beat winter winds

bear after: he"Shoot Is dead.him Then three wait times five Park.Mr and Mrs. William Halllcy, Just About Every Child Advanced Course and plck I'm>and-shovel still a pick man alai before shovel, e :Ji :J"JV: : I
minutes before you go up to of Vanderbilt Drive had as guests In First Aid maji. 11
him" for 10 days Mrs. Halllcy's Right after the rescue Jellln fi
StreW Is recovering today brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sixteen persons last night com and Throne appeared on television i i
II'< from a recent encounter with a Ellis Plowman, with sons Ellis Can Learn To Play Some S pleted the advanced First Aid told then stories nation BY KATHERINE: KIRK I
I 25Xpound(() bear. At 216 pounds, Jr. and George from Nazareth, course given by Llo>d Hill Mrs! wide in print, ami made many -

". Strelff wasn't too badly out. Pa. Ellis Plowman Jr. Is mak. Aid chairman oftheColll Coun. speaking engagements Gradually w" were so sorrv) to learn and wants to try his luck at It
matched except for the teeth ing plans to attend school In ty Chapter of the American! Red the Invitations to speak tap that Lee 1 l1dlllalami Irene Lo again, for a season or twi\ Dene
and claws Florida. AU enjoyed the fishing Kind Of Musical InstrumentBY Cross Bred off. Cards and letters oncea cher were In an automobile ac. says she likes It just fine lIf're.

He came across the bear boating and swimming in the Eight people have signed up to flood, ti -same a tilrkle cldent MondJ)'. The are both In but It Is quite a drive to Naples
while on his truck route, pickingup Gulf. They left for their homeon DR. JOHN D. ANDERSON Private Instruction In voice take the Instructors' course Although \both had vowed never Naples Community Hospital to go' bowling on her "nll\lt\ out"

farmers' milk He shot the Tuesday of this week. Department of Music, can be dangerous if a child Is which Hill will teach starting at to return to the mines Irene has a couple of ('radpdIfIE'I Mr. and Mrs Stewart Blckford

d animal and It went down and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hogue also LaG range College placed In the hands of a person In 7:30 the o'clock Richard next A. \Pittman\ednpR4inight\ again both eventually went \) and her left arm Is In have completed the addition to
; appeared lifeless.But of Vanderbilt Beach have had as who does not know the problemsof Funeral bad for a while Throne also a cast Lee has cuts and bruiSe their home, and are now talkingof !
when Strelff approached guest for a month their young When will my child be old child's voice. The voiceIs Home. This course Is a 15: -hour worked as a bartender, and now es on her legs, arms and should building another cottage The
bruin became a black whirl. nephew, David Carrett of Tampa. enough to begin lessons in ,..? course requiring five nights of he's a construction worker. Fel. ers. She says there Isn't a spoton BUkfoids spent several winters
wind. Strelff took him on In a Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Complete the sentence with piano not a mature Instrument until three hours per night, Hill said lie drives a bus. her that doesn't huit. But hf're. and liked It so well, they

wrestling match but was ripped Hogue and Mr. and Mrs. Robert voice, string instruments well after the obvious changes today. The mine site, about a ,mile that Isn't what worries her All sold out their business Mllwsu.
I across the stomach had a man. Easterly and their boys all enjoyed or band Instruments and you of maturity I have taken The course Is being offered from Fellln's home, Is quiet she complained about was "all kee and decided this was th*place

I I gled and broken left hand and a a beach party In David's have s question often asked ofa place. Even the college studentIs under a Joint sponsorship of the now, In marked contrast to the the mud In my hair, and nothing! to stay They own the Koon Key
chewed leg before he managedto honor. It won't be long beforehe music teacher, But the teacher faced with this problem and Red Cross and the Plttman Fun frenzied rouiiJJhp.oloik activityof to wear under 'those silly little Cottages
oral Home Several
grab his rifle and kill the will have to leave for home has to treat his voice carefully persons who rescuers and the almost con. night shirts they give you In the
I bear. and school. cannot give a specific answer in order not to do irreparable have already had the course have slant roar of the giant drill that \1011'1101w.. hope they will Ml) Thug Gives
because of the differences in Indicated Stops
that take
they a ,
Paul Fitsch, of Gulf Shore to it. Voice instruction may reached the men a year ago. be home soon
Students Individual aptitudes of child damage "refresher" course In It, It was During the paM Fctlln a
2 Drive Is now at home after a can be started while the said. year Terri Whitehead daughter of Victim Heart Pill
stay In the Veterans HospitalIn ren.In intermediate part owner of the mine, was oft Mr. and Mrs Henry Keith, went
I Found UnharmedIn Coral Gables. The doctors general the fourth or child Is in the en called to court as the state 1 deep sea fishing last weekend, During Robbery
be for
have found all his trouble In the fifth grade child has had the grades, but he must not RIGHT RUSSIANPRONUNCIATIONS explored ways to recover and caught a 30 pound barracudaoff
Glacier Park back and leg are due to damage experiences necessary to pre- ced to attempt either reper- Dova's body. Eventually It was Grand Turk Island. This was BEVERLY HILLS, Calif
to the nerve system. He Is now toire or ranges beyond his tender decided to close the mine forev. and she (AP) A bandit paused duringa !
' pare him for classes in either NEW YORK (AP) Two Terrl's first big fish,
::01' EAST GLACIER Mont. (AP). this Dova burled. Plans $100,000 robbery to give the
I wearing a good corset to help capabilities at age. er, leaving thrilled her got
I strings or band instruments Ruaaien-born players are doing was so parents victim .
Two Florida State a heart pll! Police said
University call for memorial to to'
of Dova
,I lit relieve the strain. But It meansno National organizations double duty m "Ihe Passion of an air mall h>yesterdaytell
students as are provided throughout the pill have saved lIerbertKroulh'
missing for three daysIn may
more heavy work for Paul teachers alarmed at be erected there."I'd .
music are Josef D., Paddy Ch.yefvkt', Ing all ab"ulllpr fish
This does .
the not life
Glacier National Park
!t''I' have for sometime Both he and Mrs. country. the harm which is done to drama about the early career of )like to keep my, end ofthe Mr. and Mrs Fete Ulisun and
been found tired and but that a child Kronlsh felt a stab of
hungry mean specific may bargain and recover Dova's pain as
" Fitsch wish to express their their profession and to child Stilin. daughter Angela sprat a week
unharmed. not have been ready for private said Fellln recently three gunmen confronted him
to the and ladles body,
,"' gratitude men when and The coupleNlcholas Saunt.raand visiting friends on the Florida
ren unqualified poor- and Ills wife In
A ranger said the pair were Instruction at an earlier "but I don't have so BeverlyHills
any money
of stage.
the Naples V.F.W. the Naples East Coast. They came home
u. teachers Qedda Petry his wife provide
hiking slowly down a forest ly prepared attempt IP how I about It?" home Wednesday He said
Park Area Association and all And sometimes a child may need the can go looking rented and fi'('ling ready
form of correct pronunciation he asked of
trail when located Wednesday. teach children. A accreditation one the men for help
the friends and neighbors who more time toattainthe physicaland lo tackle the coming winter sea.
of Muscovite and
'I'' name pima
Malcolm Campbell and WII.I for private piano and the man !got the pill\ froma
sent Paul such cards and
lovely mental which
I development that the script son They hadplannedlogoagaln
Ham Wattenberg, both 19, of "get well teachers is presently in effect pepper \\h.1I iur .u,' sunny' IUIlII/I' alollithetwo medicine cabinet and slipped
messages. will make such Instruction When off-stage. Saunders .u taking lIIothl'r..llOtl
It Into Kronlsh's mouth.
Tallahassee, had been missing the Music Teachers h, aril, Illlll' Ml IIIJ U.
And now a new note of hap. through busy ss s newisiter- I 1"1 of Ft. Myers but Irene Locher'iand
' since Monday when they failed plness for the Fltsches on the meaningful. National Association. parents for Radio Liberty, whuh snnnunier bum 11111., I Ii, ,,i''', .,u", m"'I.'ac.lin. I\'ur' Lee Rodman's auto accident The couple were left tied as
the 'trio
to return from a hike ilong the announcement of the new grand STRINGS SLOWER might well check info the qualifications western-world! opinion into th,' .heir. I? Ill" ..pure ohopprdp caused a change In (,tans, for the escaped.
rugged Divide Trail to Dawson James Paul to I "". I" ''hI' I h"I'Nl''if Irene to
son, theirdaugh.ter Children usually begin classes of prospective teach Soviet Union. present was going keep
Pass. and husband. Mr. and Mrs. in string Instruments store for the LUIsons while they
Campbell's lather, Dr. Lau. Hal Richie of Boca Raton who before classes in band instru-year "tor were away CRAZY
rence R. Campbell, Is a mem have adopted the little 2'Amonth AVAILABLEThere Faa! a scans 1 Mr. and Mrs Holier Wheeler
ber of the FSU f <'ulty.Wallenberg's ments. This Is because pro- TESTS
old boy, to love and raise with and son Butch have moved to
In violin is somewhat are tests of ntus-
mother, Mrs.Ttfelma gress many
their girls. Goool and, where Dub plans to
\ Wattenber, said Wll. slower In the beginning stages. icallty available today snd qualified Try Barbecued Turkeyby stone crab fish this winter Bob
lIam was In an area new to both FEELING BETTER Thus strings are begun in music teachers will is an excellent carpenter but he

boys, but they had hiked In the Glad to hear that Troy Hall of either the thlrdorfourthgrade usually be happy to test a child Gaynor Maddox, Newspaper tnlerprise Awn, said he was a fisherman first, pti
, park before. 104th Avenue is home from the while band instruments are begun and determine lib capacity to

hospital and is presently convalescing in the fourth or fifth grade. learn to perform music on the For the barbecue enthusiast allow marinade to be poured :

I I 20-Month-Old from a bad head in* Many public schools also offer basis of national norms. These a plump tender turkey directly Into the cavity of the Frozen Avocado

jury. lie is at his son's home In instruction in class piano. tests discover the individual's cooked over charcoals on the bird. This allows marina lion Next On MarketSANTA

Twin Lakes. These usually begin during the ability to hear and discriminate from the Inside as well as
outdoor rotisserie be
Owes Life Arriving this weekend to be the can the from the skin area. Marinatefor BARBARA Calif.
Baby fourth grade. By this time the variables in time and pitch ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold big event of his cookout at least two hours and not AP) Up to now gourmetswere We
child has learned to read the the areas in which the music ( must be tracy with
Hulpleu of Willett Avenue, Van. and with summer. more than right, certain of one thing' Those tile host, the
have inherent
h To Scout derbilt language, adequate student must some way we'vestashed
Mr. and Mrs.
Eagle Beach are To get the best instructions To build the barbecue fire buttery tasting avocados were
A. Robert Nelson of Clearwater. classroom experience ability capacity. "Ta- prices on our cars.
JACKSONVILLE AP-Fear. he has attained some lent" is mire available we interviewed the properly. use only enough lie smart take advsnt.
( 1 The Hulpleus will entertainthe music not nearly so -
brlfjurts to cover the back Nut any longer A big avocado
I fully Mrs. Ann Haase pickedher members of their Canasta understanding of the mechanicsof quently found as .once U was becuer most experienced in the turkey Gene bar half of the pit with one layer cooperative says It has found away site of our traslntna and

H limp 20.month-old daughter! Club at a dinner party thisSatur. reading music. These skills thought!: With' few exceptionsrare Heals, country.of the California so that the edge of each bri to freeze them. And the buy NOW Up to 37'/
i Ellen up from the cement day night with the Nelsons their are invaluable In a piano class ( cases in which there Is Turkey manager Promotion Ad. quet Is the touching edge of flavor and texture remain the months to pay We'll deal)
where she had fallen. "I
said. pan special guests. as they .ire in other music physical limitation), all child- visory Board In Fresno the adjacent one. If there are same
icked, Mrs. Haase husband bas been
My Raymond
classes. ren can learn to perform on not enough briquets to cover Calavo, California's biggest Collier
' ,
Scott Westerveli lie has County
"Then I saw a very Ill man. Took him to the barbecued thnu
Private instruction is instrument.The the back of barbecue avocado cooperative announced
piano some portion the
his bicycle and sands of for
riding by on hospital on Monday morning and turkeys gatherings
Wednesday It will lest market
child- add
knew he Boy Scout." She the doctor said another matter. Some qualified and Interested of dozen to 5 000 more.
was a he hu .. virus a pro svonados Inplaitlc Motors Inc.
screamed for help. Infection one of those virus that ren begin to study piano pri- teacher knows by experiencethose pie. In this column and to.morrow' I'ush all toward the back frozen wrapped next ,
Scott leaving his bike 1 hit vately before they enter school physical qualities which making room for a drip pan bags starting
short notice and make you ,, we give you l'al'teslrd < month In New York, Chicagoand IIRQ Tsmlsml Trail, N.
" in the street, ran to 1 sick, sick, sick I am happy to and learn to read music before are necessary for performancein rules for the most dr.liclous ', which can be made by foldinga Dallas. MI 2-J1J1

the driveway and took the baby,, say he is on the mend and feeling they can read the language. specific areas, and he can results. sheet of heavy aluminum.
"It wasn't I laid her better. later and offer advice the foil or by using a large oblong
moving. on i I Others begin appearto concerning physical Choose the size bird to fit
the driveway and began giving;: Many thanks once again ,far brldgev the* gap la a very aptitudejtg9f4n: the rod
her mouth to mouth resuscita.your articles They help out a short apace of time. We must children Tile c rlss room teacher serve the number of guest ready spit
H Lion like I learned at the scouts., lot. So until next week the should be Inserted Into theturkl'Y
may not assume however that because in music has had an opportunity No less than one pound of
I She began breathing" Good Lord watch over all of rGao
you Mozart concertized at the to observe musical res- eviscerated turkey for e.11 hperson r
H To obtain best balance insert
Ellene who had fallen while and! keep you well And my
I age of four every child shouldbe ponse and may provide aid in (Proper defrosting of the rod below
playing In the carport Monday,,, sincere thanks to my friends and spit just
J owes her life today to Scott, an i neighbors for their thoughtful able to follow his pattern. the selection of a performance, frozen turkey' In the refry the tail. and force diagonally

J Eagle Scout since he was 13. ness while Ray was 111. jMozarts arer.ne.l I area All mu le ,readier Are erator,takes :24 hours for ev through the breast bone protruding
happy to offer assistance where ery six pounds A 12-pound at the approximatetop

It is desired. turkey_ should be placed in of the wishbone The spit

I Phosphate Museum Is Bartow Attraction the advance refrigerator of the barbecue two day' in forks should and firmly be deeply set embedded v

t Another Dance The best and simplest Tie the wings flat and se

marinating sauce U two part purely against the breast To

%' .... '1 v" '" r..a tw For Teens Set sauterne wine one .part good tie legs place a loop around
I soy truce and one half part ,the end of one drumstick

vegetable oil With JOY used run the cord under the spit

For SaturdayAnother salt Is not necessary in mar, rod and attach to other drumstick .

inade or on the bird. Spicescan This creates a pull that

dance for the teens of ba added to taste will cause legs to move back

Naples and surrounding commun. Leave the turkey in the and away from the body, allowing .

plea wlU' be held on Saturday plastic bag In which It wa* for better penetrationof

August IS, from 73Op.otomidO purchased. Place the bird heat to the thickest dark
night at the Woman's Club In Naples. breast side down In a deep meat joints which: are the
r bowl clip the bag at the tail hardest to get thoroughly

Music will be furnished by The end and open sufficiently to cooked j
-- -------,
Echoes well known Nanles com i

blnatlon, and guest musicians. .

Admission will be $1 stag $1.50 : _--:::::::;- _
drag and dress will be Informal.

; i This Is one of a sertts of dances The Agency With Personal Service -
-/ : planned fort tefoajtrt I II, ATTENTION, PET DUCK OWNERS I

! ( t IHY4 the Naples area I IA

I I. thaI piece )f leftover ekes.. SOMK, ; LAKE; rKONT( LOTS) STILL AVAILABLE

!too herd to ..r-.11 Crete it and depmdebl. sieacy reaper- 01 1 a die ewhn. f>.", *. .> ...,,' like .....t kH saw .H.n4 .In HM PINS'
use with buttered bread crumbs ibIs for ptourtifif you, your Stool. IXTINIION. wily J'',i "I.l IMrh of din *.pl.. City limit' 1 Oft U, I.
ss s topping for s baked dash. family. hem end bwiMMelrul 41. WIN w ptMM .Iw /,11 ...,1.I' .
every IneureMe thr..t
.I late through s planned pea
gram of protection furintd

::Jeep' Iln" Arri"i'd'InH by cempe-'MO emeagtl.of .q..tiOllOCl I.ansncial ',

. e.. ; >IesTe I f i I' Pine 1idge!

> sn-e .II y/u I

H My JEEP Owners i IkUIUCt ACIICl IK.I2 I Created by Collier Development Corp. "
Sales F.rts. 5n ice) cti i
.Fein HOWl ....... ,..., iJ"C 110 Tamiaml Trail Phone MI 2.2131 t
the Ptieephate Muwum 'In 9artew, 5th A..... Se.ttt
'hi then s.e en display' a
J: ;Kara; : .glance bnea thew creatures plus. remains I .1 eumereue sea animals are fwed hi the IWOO ( n: 'l Phase 2-SM1 NAPUS. N.OIIDA
J vast phnphste deposits ef antral, fltrld. Florida, supplies three.fwrthe If the lIatl.'S ,h_ t.' ,,,.t,1I N.'.... flerlcllI 01 ill YOU LOCAt UALTOI111'R'
.f 'II."S G.or Farris Irya' sad the Fiends 0..1.,. .... .. ".VI"
!.' ate. Thl museum "Is one many
,".. nt Cemmisefen are urging Floridians t. vaeaefen '" their awn state elsie summer


: : ; I ..iI..dtJIiPr'+A ... ..lIi.'i'The 1 r

f : fl" World Today
seBGrt 11 JAMES MAltLQWeA.to.gle
I It
Near. Aaetyel' ,
: Pratt
'i! 1. i
I 1; t'
THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1964 : : : again. KaMU la th* ,sst;:
I : By LEWIS GUIKK Congo hv. now Seltled the in.
: : ; ; : ; WASHINGTON (CAP) After portant city ot SUolwUU apd

"Fringe Benefits" May Be The :\ ": : J ::1 ; four penditurt years of of effort${18 and million the, U.S.ex In big where.chunks TIll central ot tannery government else

trying to save the Congo little
show light.
: forces
:: ; strategists are once crisis again In this This tun the fled Chinese
with confusion
The may be MaiMing ta the wing.
advisory committee named by '
vast heartland of \frl the School Board to study the scaleof would choose the Four l'.&. Air Force tuns Peking has not UpcU4 Quick,
pay equipment to U e WftrtiA
rebel\ !
teachers in the Collier County school In the port arriving In Ltopoldvlll. groups woo (*ed on lotertrlb.1
of an I""
system apparently has reached the con. we feel toda painted signal American the Mart effort to Ix'l, disputes, but It bas aent in pro.

clusion that money alone is not the major decline minor stir the central Congo gottin olutloiurlM.Washington's pagantU\ a.nd. trained socoe/ rev

factor involved in bringing capable and able recognition meat More l'.S. arms and aid 1864 response
status in a will be flowing In. has heels to "a w, with ,
talented teachers into the local school Washington! general goal I I. ) the Bel
ers have the anda glana la trying U beat Up lbsceixrai
system.It rleari To stave off
was disclosed during a committee molding the possible Red takeover of land the four goveinagent.Tli planes are supposedto
hug, potentUlh
session that a teacher who required a future yet which could some day becomethe help terry \lea and eQuip.
minimum salary of $3,900' place far greater i continent prime povei ment for the Leojxddvuie gov
eminent until) ft can do
turned down $5,050 after viutlng Im- tice of law, ,downright\ Far less confuting clear In In tub U.S. on its own. JTiai's if things enough go

mokalee, where she would have been lishing, etc. eves is the situation In the well.
assigned, This Is not the first time this One Naples Congo and lust what can be are If things 40, u.s.rtwtl jlUilrQII.lf'rt go well tter*

has happened-and no disrespect Is Intended custom of tone The to Congo i emed\< l'onfulf'sllual\oll It. ( \ to guard the i plane* and Perhaps along

in the prophesy that it will happen the beginning of fust Implanted Itself' limit on help rescue the ajwioxiowieiy

again Facts are facts, and unincorporated providing, in the Washington: mind n 1000 1,300 U..N.AmeiUajw 'ill the Outgo.
when ,I uulelen, &elatary.General u
Immokalee offers little! induce guided tour of deuce to tilt 1'01011Tho" dealing Ttunt avoided any forecast in
ment for persons who can find suitable "outside with It soon bunt I It wu no his sport on 1M )J4. fOrce
work elsewhere, go far toward ( ( nation In the modeii sense. withdrawal. "1 mote no piedictiou
about tile) future
With more than 200 I tribes and course\ of
The Immokalee situation can not be work is that many languages, without events /lu the Congo" be Said
overcome by salary increases lone, and profession merits ; witral leadership 01 the .wlli. "1 wish for tli* V M. ,"

too many Immokalee residents seem Irrevocably munity. ties ol a nll1on. the lerilton James -
Marlow, who
suited falling apart fist The Usually
of A short writes till <")umn, | .
opposed to incorporation Soviets were becoming .Ie IIvt' on sea
the community which would soon alleviate pointed out the The U.S. response then was to tlon.

it The School Board's hands are Countians bring In the United Nations tohelp QUICK QUIZ
build an administratively ,
pretty well tied in this case. nition to members financial!) sound nation.

Collier County teachers even now are ty elected groups Over the next lour \eais the Q-WIIII& IMS the jirtt act
better paid than those in over 60 of the bers of the United Nations gnpilieil 20,000 passed limiting Immigration
peacekeeping troops and nearly I
state's 67 counties, a recent study disclosed around 751 of $COO million III lid, enough to to this couutrgtAIn 1081! Congress

So it would appear ,that pay county coffers I : : beset Its own finance. Throughthe passed an net limiting Immlgratlon .
raises are not of paramount Importance the education of United Nitlons and) on Its to tbja country, the
the United
own States unused In
at this time.Perhaps many business $418 million In economic and first step featridutg: we ot'

the committee came closerto and county SIR irms aid. the history.greatest it ,llfliiU'd! mirrattans Unmlgra Jn
Then the
a solution of the problem when it suggested applauded-while 1 I pulled out Its hoops United|' last I June Nations 30 hon to 3 per cent of) (Jie na

that "fringe benefits" might attract Board sit oppor, and the crisis lie''an bulletins un UonaliHes alaeady tier as
the If 19
shown by census
more talented teachers than raisesof grettable the Flor

a few dollars a year Among the corrected.We Com l
the de :he
fringe benefits mentioned were housing believe of our

and outside activities, which coversa can not buy t Juh' 30th NATIONAL OUTletK

lot of ground The housing problem Is of fellow citizens le News.was a I

rapidly being corrected.In that money 'e the The Boom Shifts Gears

view of the considerable burdenour keep in our area
school system now places on local most talented i eo.

taxpayers, who bear it without complaint, But it does
it is hoped that the committee and School lieve that your co. The three-and-a-half year business foe piMkl said equip
thank you old business expansion con- ment TOM by onto 84 perceat.
Board will look further Into the "fringe recognition and staff,who tinues with no discernible loss. The story JriRg &. past
benefits" angle and forego overly large portant part they with us. of momentum. But a significant 12 month has been tome-
pay increases at this time. citizens of the E. Lang, change in its character Is what different. In the second

For instance, given the choice of a meet challenging Otllolll4"J E. Lang, occurring boom A has consumerdurables changed Intoa quarter spending of for 1964 durable?consumer goods

small pay raise or an air conditioned class- end problems, capital-goods boom but and for housing was 8,9 per-
I room in which to teach we feel con ', ties" ,would ;bring not, u yet, into an Inventory cent higher than In the .sarri'
Otllolll4"r' boom.In period a year ago Tikis' was
fident that an overwhelming majority teachers here its early stages the rise approximately In line withno
was sparked chiefly by Increased longer much ahead Of-A
I the consumer spendingfor the 71 percent rise In gross r
: durables (automobiles and national productThe
; WS household appliances) and for real leader durtoi this
:others housing. Currently, however, latter period has been capital
: ,say' ITEMS CLIPPED FROM the leading factor Is the rise spending. Outlay for new
L/n in business expenditures for plant and equipment\ have Increased
to New plant and equipment. by 13.9 percent. This<
to shop 1s almost! twice &a lost AS the
husb,,the ml, Follow the Leader? growth. In Ute economy generally

Of course both consumer
Thus oiir economic expansion
spending-Including non-dut
ables and services as well as gradually assume
result; durables-and business spendIng character of capital goods
15 min.* have been rising through. boom. This was to be expectedas
Heliport first out, Generally speaking, in production levels began to

Washing.leg conditions any movement consumer In spendingand business encroach. on available capacity -

renUy business spending move Inventory Trend
in the same direction.
up her During any prolonged expansion -
j ] and she But we can usually see certain economists usually
particular sectors of the watch for the point at whichit
jI economy leading the procession turns Into an Inventory
)-Mrs. while other sectors move boom. This 14 the phase whenan
I time In the same way but at a Increasing' proportion of
at slower pace We then conclude current production )JOel Into
a new at least in the absenceof stockpiles rather than out to
Welnes. evidence to the contrary, final purchasers Our current
that the fastest moving partsof rise, however, gives no indIcation
hospital the economy are creating that It Is even approachIng -
the conditions In which the
: sum that point. In tact, during
: : ., this other economic sectors are the first half of W4 the rate
an. participating of inventory accumulation
In the first stage of the was lower than at any time
business rise which began In since 1WI.
( ) David 1961 consumer spending led There Is no reason to suppose
,Jh1 : I fame I the rise, while capital spend- that cajlUl: spending Is
ing lncrra ed loss ,
a rapidly Bet've'n about to reach unauataJnabl
I last t 1361 and 1962 the gross levels or that this new stage
;: : to the ni' I hnal product Increased by In the business rise Is. 'neces-
: < or In T pei\'ent Expenditures for arlly a step toward Ita termination -
l ffCLr : : consumer durables rose by In fact, an expansion -
also a 108 percent and residential In productive capacity Is
I : Wednes construction Increased by 118 essential to provide the base
I e. percent But expenditures by for further growth

Tea Chmtuo aoltnu" Monitor
I Elfhtjr-Bve more trading Ump, and III '[ur.p., hire Does, It Work ? t5U_

. : 1:1t1'tJftf.N> "I'MTf'j, ( SUCTION/ '
/ IN10 TN JIITIONPIPI. /) r1'dIlAilltplRIt'N
I Who's the Villain? 1 T iWdisoex lotJ/ : -I.)
Back In the Great Deprcsman when But pointing' an : ). .f
the grocery bill was a major topic inevery "middleman"' on th l
family budget'neuioo, there mma iiimple statistics : I
widespread belief land c carts could brut <> most rrrtatnly futile,
connldenbly If somehow w* could tog industry actually toll ARE wirw lam ,
limiruU the middleman 11and efficient. a [
another statistical I 1
in these
how generally prosperoustimes chairs take a much v ,
I we are hearing some of the tame family income than roewan
talk, except that the unrest prtttntly I. teen years ago food
I settled among the nation's food producers the average blor.eratar.w
rather than the grocer's t'UI- cent :
tomers. Small wonder, too, when a recent In any ease '
congresnional study showed that bend the villain, w. ; : : tNU
retail food prices have Increased 20 percent This is the purpose
in the past 16 years, while price before Congress to : ; a
received bjr the farmers have dropped 12 rommlsslon on fond '
per rent In the same period. duct a one- or
Obvlourly the percentage pf the fond food industry from th ; : :
dollar being absorbed by the prncesi- rerv store shelf
ing-puckamng-ihipping phases of the chain rrgards itself
farm-to-m.rket cycle hit increased gouging can t b* '- .' ,
hugely the years since 194$. The Oregon that many processing
cattleman who ran't s.U his Uteri dustries have Joined ,
for enough to earn back the tout of feeding jranuntion. In urln
them over the winter Is undtnund- such a study. If aLRS
:frZ'JN :DMt. \ 55Lt h'ILUD /
ably unhappy when h. sees th housewife the distressing .. l I WHfH: WOTCLOSCD. "'Jf
till paying top prices for her Sun- presently far, this is ( MAX[! Th e IMVID' [nut J/IMNJJ THE H19T[ 6bt [ '. JfOM.- a'IAItsENDAILOWi
day roasU. looking for it.-Th. ::1J-/tJ 7OarfN.

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s Itax islem v-'", Thursday, August 13. 19(4 COLLIER COUNTY NEV* 5

'hN e vsafl9l WEATHER
$ A frosty 32egree! rtiling:
.cwsBonita uballlts By THE ASSOCIATED PRE': Record Cold chilled Brooking, S,D., and it
tt:, ; High Low Pr and
was 33 at Fargo Devils
from Albany Uoudv 83 56 .4( Lake In North Dakota,
. c. By RAE WEAR Albuquerque, i loud87 63 .!II Hits Northern Bismarck N.D, register rand
.."':1iItII l1'!; inn', 'n Atlanta clear 81 56 .0! It was 37 at Duluth, Minn
The end of U\ but Bismarck >'loud64 M Vattdalia In south-central nil.
summer Mrs. Mary Miller, third Plains States
grades clear 90 65
nets, was given a 41).degfPe (IInl
I a few weeks awayi to be exact Mrs. Mary O'Connor four'h Boston, lear 15 41 .0' Ing
September 21st. The opening grade; William Holler, flf''> s tlR'B' Buffalo, cloudy '70 U By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The 45 reading In Waterloo,
A of cold air from
of achool for another term \U grade and Wilbur 61 IT huge mass .
0'11:13: "i. Chicago, cloudy Canada fanned stiff north. Iowa, was the lowest mark rur
a shorter few weeks away, to sixth grade. Cincinnati, clear 67 49 westerly winds, covered wide AUf 13 since 1916, Louisville's
be exact Monday. August 31, Wednesday August 19, v.1 Cleveland, cloudy 67 54 .0:2 areas from the Dakotas to the 49 temperature was a rcc rd
at 8 a.m. It reminds us that find the teachers tracking rant Denver, cloudy 86 63 Atlantic Coast and southward low for the date and corn pared
we are traveling at a very fast for the pre-school workshandorientstienprognmst! Des Molnes,clear 63 48 nearly to the Gulf region today to a reading of 51 In An(h"ra"e,
rate of speed while stand Detroit, clear 65 51 Alaska,
,even ,htc: The autumiulUte weather In
still Fairbanks, cloudy 7. 59 .*I In the West, heavy rain hit the
Ing time Just marches on. students will not report un\\j midsummer was In sharp con.
Fort Worth cloudy 89 73 arid sections f
14 there will tract to the abnormally ldghtemperatures normally ) Ar.
Friday, August August 31st.
; Helena, clear 80 53 .2 3 Izona and New Mettle I, Flood
be a two-band Hootenanny in tratlon day will be Tue as) Honolulu, cloudy 88 76 In many areas waters swept across Wi nst I"w. a
last week in
the Bonita Springs Community August 25th from eight un.1: Indianapolis, clear 66 48 sections Temperatures headed for record town of 9,000 In norther. Ar.
Hall from 8 p.m. until 12 mid- three-thirty. Jacksonville, rain 91 71 low some marks for Auj, 13. icons, forcing evacuatl i of 17
night for a donation of 75 All children { Juneau cloudy 63 47
cents. not enro ted In The mercury slid Into the 30s patients In the Winslow hospital
On Saturday night, August Bonita School at the end of Kansas City cloudy 74 56 for the second day in a row in by National Guard troop Some
15, from 730 to 10:30 p.m. in last year, as well as all enter Los Angeles, cloudy 84 66 parts of the Northern Plains and 20 families were evacuated
the Fellowship Hall of the Lee Ing first grade who did nor register .z Louisville, clear 71 49 Into the 40s as far south as the from a south side residential
Memorial Church, thereIIt! during the summer kin- 1 .f"' Memphis clear 74 58 Ohio River district.
clear 86 TO
a Hobo Party (those attendingare dergartenprogram.aretocorne MI.&ml.
+ Milwaukee, rain 85 51 T'
urged to dress as hoboes.) to school and -
complete registration / 1 T Vt MplsSt.P, clear 81 49
All teenagers are welcome fora on preschool registration New Orleans cloudy 92 77
donation of 25 cents. There day August 25th. New> Yorkclar 80 60 ..01Okla. BostonianFlexOMocs
will be a prize for the boy To be eligible for first City, cloudy 81 83 .02

and girl who are most appro- grade, a child must -- '., "'r.', "' *" .** Omaha, clear 68 41
priately dressed. There will a. Be six years of age on HAPPY WINNERS of Westinjchouseashlnjr machine given away tree Philadelphia, clear 88 55Phlenlx

be free refreshments. or before January 1st 1965. In Couitosx Sales and Service are shown with the mnn who drew clear 68 91 71
II .01
Pittsburgh cloudy
SCHOOL ST b. Present a birth certificate the lucky ticket. Left to right, Richatd A, Pittman, who acted as masterof Ptlnd, Me.. clear 72 59 .22 comfort sewn ', r,
AF'FThe ceremonies for th Tuesday occasion, and the Willllt'1'Sr': and Mis. Pend. Ore.. cloudy 69 51 .21 hand
following represent the c. Be a resident of the district Bill Cieason, There was no obligation to buy anything in older to Rapid City, rain 80 52 T In by
school, staff for the coming yean (Parents statement of qualify for the the prize but even so, the Creasons almost missed Richmond clear 81 57 ,45St.
Harry A. I Koss, principal; Mrs. domicile and if they own car, out when hubby walked tight by the registration desk, Mis June LouiS, clear 14 110
Ellen Johnson will\ serve as the the possession of Florida license Salt Lk City, clear 89 60
Pruneau, saleslady and bookkeeper, persuaded Creason to sijrn up
new secretary; Budd E. Johnson plates). San Diego, cloudy 16 85
did How funeral director does the
"foi the fun of it. He come a
custodian; with Mrs. Irene d. Present a statement of San Fran.. cloudy 10 11& .i'
honors He asked He He triad to do it.
was was impartial was
!Knight as the cafeteria manager health signed by a physician Seattle, clear 71 56
(NEWS photo)
and Mrs. Marie Hogue (these forms can be procured Tampa, cloudy 90 79
her assistant; Mrs. Hoe Abba- at doctor's offices). Wsahington dear 01 60
duska,first g rade teache r;Mrs Bonus and Little Hickory Winnipeg, clear 63 40TTrace

Pauline I Karley, second gradesIpI; Shores will have another of Cuban Child Emigre Move Zsa Zsa Gives ( ) $15.95
their dessert card
monthly par ''
endangered life and property| ,
ties at their clubhouse at one- LA City Hall said the city

thirty Monday August 17th. "I have hired architect Paul
Do come, make up a table fora Largest In U.S. HistoryMIAMI Piece Of MindLOS Williams to design a new house
By CYNTHIA LOWKY donation of 50 cents. There for me," Zsa 7sa told the flutld.
AP Televlslon.Radlo Writer will be door and table prizes ANGELES (AP) "I'm ing and Safety Commission,
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Televl. and a dessert (AP) "Mama, don't When plane service betweenthe a Hungarian freedom fighter," "We were going to use the
elon's I9C4.63 season looms as you know. me any more? I'm United States and Cuba shouted Zsa Zsa Gabor, "and chimneys and pool." This low-sweeping moccasin
the year or the computer.The : Juan.' stopped In October 1902, the ml. I'm going to fight." But the city, after grantingthe seam is ants by hand to give youa
'miracle: mat'nines are not WOMAN'S CLUB It had been three years since gratlon slackened But children extensions let a U.'80 con. ,
Looking ferocious
new In television. But soon they Bonita Springs Woman's Juan's mother sent him to the still arrive almost dally most of Zsa Zsa stormed beautifully the City Hall, tract to have the property new softness where your foot

will be blossoming forth as Club, with President Ethel Bennett United States to escape commu. them now with their parents Wednesday cleared last Tuesday. .M'''' .d flexes. Slip into a pair. Note howit
actors. presiding welcomed the ntst Indoctrination In Cuba. He Nearly all come in small boats, "They did It In two hours,"
The star of a new CBS come return of Mrs. Eleanor Smith was 13 then, much bigger now. a hazardous escape route. Why, she demanded had the said Zsa Zsa. "I wish I got paid hugs your foot snugly at the
dy series "My Living Doll," and a guest, a new Bonita resident His mother, who had arrived Some 2,500 unaccompanied city torn down her three chlm. $2,800 for two hours work." In Biacxn' heel and frees foot where
has a computer In the title role. Mrs. Elsie Putnam an from Cuba by way of Mexico to children remain under foster nays and filled her Olymplc.ilze She said the city owes her$20:! ,. Brown your
The character looks like a beau. ardent club woman from Mas- Join him, nearly crushed him In care. Since Cubans are predoml. swimming pool with sand? 000 and added that she was Son Grim, it flexes Come try a pair,
tlful human female, but Is a dls. embrace when she finally reccg. nantly Roman Catholic, the going to sue.
guised machine: programmed to silon Ohio. cited him In crowded Miami In. Catholic Welfare Service handles "They didn't tell me aboutIt She was even mad at her law.
exhibit every human character. Red rose-buds, from the McLaughlin ternatlonal Airport. most of their cases. Children's ," said" Zsa Zsa. "I was In Eu. yer, Paul Caruso, when he John's
Istic except emotion. Rose Garden, adorned Another Cuban mother reunlt.ed Service Bureau, a nondenomlna. rope. showed up late."They're Clothing
Then there Is "Thrush" the the speaker's table, which with her twin sons, shook her tlonal public agency, sees after The chimneys and pool were going to hear more
International cartel of evil were later given to Miss Laura head and said, "They have Protestant children The lie. all that remained of her $1,mil. of my Hungarian mind."
:which NBC's "Man from Cochran who is ill.Communications. grown so much, I am a little brew Immigrant Aid Society lion hilltop mansion In the plush 1711 K, T.ml.ml Trail 2 Minutes from 4 Corner
'U.N.C.L.E." will fight each were read afraid" They were 12 when finds homes for Jewish eml. Bel Air section of Los Angeles Don't B* A Litterbug

week. The scheming head of from Mrs. Bette Brugge In Toledo they left Cuba three years ago. gres. after a disastrous brush fire'
this vicious organization Is a Ohio, where she \Is visiting Msgr. Bryan O. Walsh, Miami Some of the young refugeeslive swept the area In 1961
computer programmed by the director of Catholic Welfare I In foster homes Others,
villainous agents to dream up with her 86-year-old mo- Service and a leader In finding such as 700 In Miami are un. The City Department of Build.
dreadful plots for the brave ther, Mrs. Mabel Blankenbaker foster rare for unaccompaniedCuban der group care They are kept| Ing and Safety said It had given If the kind
good agents of "Unrle" (t thecrlme.righting' , Steelvllle, Mo.,stating her (children related these re. busy with sports, music, games Zsa Zsa three orders since lastFebruary you're
)' husband\ much following '' to have her '
breaMz&tion) to improved cent Incidents. He said such and work to ward off homesick. property'cleared.
foil ')Just before the final com. major surgery;and from drama occurs frequently In this ness. The pool and chimneys
merclal. Miss Anna Babcock, a former child emigre movement, one of -
" Computers will turn up as resident who has many friends the largest In American history.
dress extras and minor char. here from whom she would enjoy One Cuban boy, 8 when he left of buyer who looks out

acters III ABC's "Voyage to the hearing at R ##2, Box 315, home, became so attached to his
Bottom of the Sea," a flashing Bristol Ind. Also greetingsfrom American foster parents that he
computer will spew out Infor wanted to remain with them
matlon In the sc'lem\ 'e fiction and Mrs. Jessie Fleming Vacationing when his mother arrived three .s. tI

adventure tales, Including "The In Llncolnwood, \111. years later He asked social / I dMkw for N01] ( that's )
Outer Limits." "Get well" wishes were extended workers to "get a little foster I you
ABC, once again, will launch to Mrs. Jo Bender and boy for my mother so I can stay
its entire fall schedule of new Miss Cochran. here."
shows In a one week period Flowers and a round-robin Adjustment was made, how.
starting Sept.\ 14, arriving on the "get well" card was sent to ever, and the refugee is happy
home screens nut with the Mrs. Peggy Thomas, who underwent with his mother reported Mrs a ,a look for the man with
most. surgery this week In Lillian Colson Cuban program
CBS will start Its fall pro. the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital supervisor of the Children's
grammlng for the most Service Bureau.
the following week In Miami. More than 16,000 unaccompa.
But NBC's opening gambit Is An Invitation was extended tc nled children have arrived In the NO]deals-now !
to spread the new shows and members, through secretary Miami since late 1960, when the
seasonal premieres over a lung. Mrs. Marie Braun to the dedication Fidel Castro regime's swing to
er period through Septemberand of St. Leo's Catholic communism became apparent.
Into October _one night at Church at twelve noon, Sunday Parents, fearful they would
a time All of its Monday eve. August 16, when Bishop Cole- grow up to be communists, sent V4LifA1JU W
nlng shows, new and returningwill man F. Carroll of the Dioceseof their youngsters to the United .d tx ( that's
start on Oct. 5: all Its Fil. Miami will be in attendanceas States, hoping to join them lateror yourChevrolet
day night efforts on Sept| 25, well as FatherJoseph Beaumont to return them'after Castro's <
and so on.Actually. The church is locatedon overthrow.
the first new show to These temporary "orphans"exile '
move Into the network lineup Beaumont Road, about two and more than 80,000 other ii 'td
miles south of the Trail off dealer )
will be NBC's star-studded Cuban children, who are with mI
"Rogues," on Sunda night, the Beach Road their parents, have scattered
Sept. 13. The adventure series "Happy Birthday" was sungto throughout the United States.
with Charles Boyer David M. Mrs. Etta Mundorf and Mrs. Thousands have reached adult

yen and Gig Young will replace Fran Hunt as they contributedto hood In exile. Other thousands, ...-. ... -. ...... -..-
the 'Show of the Week" drama the birthday bank born In exile, are American cltl.
tic series which always attract Mrs Eleanor Smith providedthe zeal BEATLE BIRTHDAY a birthday present for Beatle
ed disappointing! small au. music for the maintenance "A young Cuban generation Is Ringo Starr who just turned 24 his colleagues give him
dlences. march Hostesses were Mesdames growing up with Americans, and what they call a 'happy birthday bump," Shaking Kingo at
Mary Land and Erma adjusting quickly" a social worker a London party are (left to right) Paul McCartney, George
observed Harrison and John Lennon --.f-
Cox. The door prize was awarded -
Divorcee Marries By the summer of 1961 arrlv
Mrs. Fern Grause als of unaccompanied children ( .

Enriches College prizes Games given were to Mesdames played Pearl and averaged 200 weekly. :/ UI"I e'} 5 !I uH

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) McManus. Opal Carrell Fran- There' Nothing Like It In Naples .e __ --
Williams College of Williams kle Frederick Marj Henley, 17 St. Augustine .
4 town, Mass., Is more than $I. 94i :
Grause Land Putnam Smith
million richer today because a
divorced woman remarried.The Edythe McLaughlin, and Miss Cafes IntegrateST.

woman former wife of Peggy Poehner. AUGUSTINE Fla, (AP) Village Green ( /,11,1 I/Ii/Inf"/ ," II'j" ( 11111'I' ,.'//, ,\II/111m "';porffuspr
Halford R. Clark, an alumnus of Seventeen St. Augustine restaurants
Williams, received 8,000 sharesof VISITORS under federal court or.
Eastman-Kodak stock in the Mr and Mrs. Jerry Sltta, der to Integrate have served Ne.
19S7 divorce settlement three sons Don, Robert and (roes, "WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN WETTER"
Clark, son of a former direc. Douglas were recent visitors Signs posted In at least two
tor of the camera company In Bonita Springs. Coming restaurants say "money received A New Community of Cooperative
from Negroes will be do.
stipulated In the settlement thatif from Elmhurst Ill.
she remarried the value of originally nated to Goldwater's campaign Garden Apartments for Adults ; = f ..
the stock be turned over to Wll. some seven months ago, their fund." Arizona Sen Barry Gold. fg3 ::! r.:::. .
Hairs. home Is now In Naples. H< is water Is the Republican presU Only-Prices Start at $7,200 1J

purchasing agent and inventory dentlal nominee. 'amt -- roevaa
Clark died In 1959. His former control clerk at the new Tahitian Teams of Negroes completedthe 'T- ;
wife remarried last year Cove in Naples. They enjoy testing Wednesday, and

The value of the stock as of Bonita Beach, its shelling there were no Incidents INSPECT. THE MODEL ONE MD-
the day Ihlr.marrl.d-Io.U.. fishing and bathing. ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM ( 1"/111/ \/11' l.rh"",: \,111"" ( sums Mi,'"" !J' lib I '''1)(1Vou't

17S was'awarded the college Mr. and Mrs.Les Lear spent Pittsburgh'edge..hilpt'd
Wednesday by a State Supreme several days recently at the business district is known as APARTMENTS ON TWElfTH AVENUE w.nt un\ lomni/ fo .. So h m iii i 10 No 1 Buy

Court Justice here Bonita Springs Spa. He Is a the Golden Triangle" SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET gust deal! on .1 h,1I1'| nt" u '61 Nw..e.N.n.awti;; ;; nn Anlcuci"i i \o I cars.. And

Chicago public relation man, WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. Ch '\iolit, ChtvtlM'hfvII, If'fHI think; \'OU'I't' the onl)'

usually in the background pro- Title SUNDAY 1 TO 5 '.M. or ('oivair'lUrmm. No.1 ont<' concerned about looking
moting. From 1947 to 1355 Companyof .' right now it'* "V out for No 1, \ou're wrong.
he ran"W.lcomeTravelers.', 1 Hu\ Turn"litoui;' '- f'hfviolit" Your' rhevi'old I dealer, i Is thereto
a radio network and TV show. Naples ,Iraki:.r'e. He"H pot;' ,11. move out TOM CMtVDOUT. D sees look out for you, too, Come

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By TED MEIER birth of his ninth child by lead. word relax and you can seethe
Associated Press Sports Writer ing the fourth place Los Angeles blood pressure mounting In
Mickey Mantle and Sam Bow. Angels to their triumph over Gene Mauch, manager of the
'111. Cleveland. He singled home two National LeagueJeacli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Each of them hit two homers runs In the second that broke a Phillies.
ma made the headlines in the 1.1 tie and later scored the last "Can you Imagine anybody
American League Wednesday, Angel run. He went 3-for.S' and asking If we can relax a little 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, August 13. 1914
Result The first place Baltl. also stole a base. now that we're In front by sev. '
.,,,,, \ asked Mauch aft.
more Orioles increased their Harmon Klllebrew\ the major ... A.. 't. oral games
lead to two games over the Chi. league leader, hit his 40th horn '1, __.. ftot I' er the Phillies edged the Chi.
cage White Sox while the New er for Minnesota, but Bill Free 9 ; : cage Cubs 6.5 Wednesday. Joe Kuharich's Deals Have
hits a three.
York Yankees remained 3"j nan's three.run round-trlpper "Wes Covington andwe're
In the eighth
games back. lor Detroit more than offset this run homer
Mantle, veteran Yankee out. In the Tigers' triumph.Jim ahead 42. It looks like
fielder, hit a tape.measuredhomer King's two.run homer In we're In free. Then, all of a sud.
of just over 500 feet and the eighth Inning scored the ? den the Cubs have the tying run Philadelphia Eagles UD

one of 350 feet In the Yanke..' 7. tying and winning runs In Wash. on base In the ninth. .
triumph over the White Sox Ington's win over Kansas City. "Relax you can't for a sin. HERSHEY, Pat (AP) The Kuturlch counts on rookie
Bowens, rookie outfielder for It was the A's seventh straight .. ____v. gle minute In this gam. But I'll Philadelphia Eagles are all Bob Brown of Nebraska, an un.
the Orioles, connected for horn.defeat. tell you when we can relax. shook up. A series of deals by usually agile man for a 279.
Sri of 375 and 423 feet In Baltl. A N ATHLETIC I ADDITION I This It Interior view of the Palmer Dixan. That's when the mathematicians Joe Kulurtrh, the new head pounder, to handle an offensive

more's 7.0 shutout over the Bos. By MIKE RATHET Courts, a new Indoor tannn facility, at Harvard University, The glint structure houses three get on your side and say coach swept out such old famll. tackle job, teaming with sopho.
ton Red Sox. Associated Press Sports Writer tennis courts and a gallery with a eating capacity of 250 under a roof of polyvinyl plastic we're In without any chances of Ur faces as Sonny Jurgfntien more Dave Graham. Rlngo In
Mantle's long clout came In The San Francisco Giants, being out." and Tommy McDonald and re. the middle and Ed Blaine and
the fourth Inning off Ray Her. tripping over former teammate The Phillies need a series plated them with Norm Stead, Pete Case at the guards round
bert and was the first to be Dill White, have taken the first sweep against the Cubs today to Earl Gras, Red Mack and a host out the front line. Kuharlrh also

measured at Yankee Stadium, big tumble In the National Colts Depend On ThompsonTo Briefs have a slx- ame winning streak. of rookies. Is high on guard Lynn Hoyem,
The ball went into the centerfield League pennant scramble. Sports This would match the longest In Things are In a state of flux in former Dallas Cowboy.
bleachers over a screen 22 White, the slugging first base. the league this season. The St. the Eagles' training t'lml't.. Friendly Joe still\ Is barking
feet 8 Inches high at the 61.foot man of the St. Louis Cardinals, Louis Cardinals had one earlier.In cause everybody Is new. ThereIs and filling on his defensive front
mark. It landed 15 rows back slammed three hits and trig Fill Marchetti's Shoes PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) his first 87 games, Coving a new owner, Jerry Wolman four among Riley Gunnels, John
and Danny O'Sullivan, assistant gered two rallies In a 6-4 victory rained Ed Spence an eight.round, 153, of split Plttsfleld decl. ton has 69 hits and his homer new coaching staff, new ivstemand Me>'ers (ex. Dallas), Floyd
stadium said It over the second-place Giants over the right field bleachers Peters
superintendent, new personnel Most Imlxlrlanl (ex. Detroit) and GeorgeTarasovtc
traveled Just over 500 feet on Wednesday night that opened a WESTMINSTER; Md. (AP- a fullback until Jerry Hill got lion over Willie James, 152, of Wednesday padded his RBI's to ), Kuturlch hopes Is j new .
the fly. big gap between the leading Don Shula hopes to get his Bal. going Raymond Berry and Jim. Miami Beach Wednesday night 44."We spirit The llnebacling crew probab.
It was the third time a homer pennant contenders. tlmore Colts out of the gate In a mv Orr were out and Lenny in the featured boxing bout at are thinking about one "We know we have all uphill ly I will Include Ralph Herk,
has been hit In that sector Lar. The defeat, coupled with Phil. fast start despite the retirementof Moort was out half the season. Waconah Park. thing more W's that means struggle said the former Notre Dave Lloyd and Maxle Bauglun.
ry Doby of Cleveland did It in adelphla's 6.5 victory over the Gino Marchetti, the perennial "Tom Matte did a whale of a LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) wins," said Covington. "We're Dame coach "We are behind Glenn Glass (ex.pittiburgh) and
1848 and Mantle 10 years ago. Chicago Cubs, gave the first National Football League de. Job at Moore's position. We can Linda Mottice, a 20year.old getting them any way we can. everybody else but we hole to Irv Cross at the corners and
This latest Mantle homer, No. place Phillies a four-game lead Pensive end. count on him. Whatever we get secretary from Akron, Ohio, Recently In Milwaukee a .205 Improve on \last ear's cellar Nate Ramsey and Don Bur.
443 of his career compares toMs the largest margin either Don Thompson, a t-foot-4Vi out of Moore will help. We also i, won the senior ladles figures title hitter (Bobby Wine) got two record of 2.10.2.:! We have a roughs at safety aie the likely
estimated COO-footer last team has enjoyed In the season 240-pounder In his third year of are counting on help from Tony Wednesday in the North homers that won a pair for us. Young front line on offense with deep backs but there will be
year against the right! field fa. long struggle for the top spot. pro ball, must Marchettl's\ Lorick, our No. 2 draft choice i, American Roller Skating Cham. "The big reason we're wherewe the exception ui Jim Ringo and changes all season
cads In the Stadium and his White was with the Giants un. shoes If the Colts front four Is from Arizona State." plonshlps. are Is being of two magic Pete Retzlaff. Basically we will Sam Baker, veteran ucquliect
measured 565-footer in Washing.ton til the end of the 1958 season to hold Its own with the other Lorick at fullback and Ted I I WESTBURY N.Y. (AP) men John Quinn (general be a blend of the old and the from Dallas in the McDonalddeal
Inle53 when he was found expendableand powers If Thompson doesn't Davis of Georgia Tech at line. Speedy Scot, harness racing's manager) and Mauch. Mr. new. will do the (muting and
In other AL games, Los An. traded to the Cardinals for make It, Shula will have to do backer are the newcomers with i Horse of the Year In 1963, drew Qulnn's deals have made this "We just couldn't gn along plarekicking
isles defeated Cleveland 4.2, pitchers Don Choate and Sam some fast shuffling, perhaps;:> the best chance to fight their'the No. 2 post position Wednes. team. He got (Tony) Taylor, with the defense they had last
Detroit downed Minnesota, 6.2 Jones. White Is the only one still moving Fred Miller to the out. way Into starting positions day and immediately was In. (Cookie) Rojas, (Johnny) Calli. >'.ear The worst thing I h to score
and Washington edged Kansas In the majors, a fixture with the side. Unitas has his favorite target,, stalled the 3.5 favorite to whip son, (Gus) Trlandos, (Jim)''24 or 28 points and still pet
City 4.3.Rookie. Cardinals and currently the hot. Shula was new to the club Berry, In action at split end and I six other trotters In the $50,000 Bunnlng, (Ed) Roebuck, (Tony) watt Your defense should l IN
pitcher Mel Stottle. test hitter In the league. himself last year, his first as Mackey, touted as "a new Mike i American Trotting Champion. Gonzales and (Frank) Thomas. able to hold the other team to
myr shared the spotlight! with The 30.year.old left-handed head coach. He also had to fit Ditka," at tight end with Orr at ship at Roosevelt Raceway Sat. "Mauch Is a great leader anda between 21 aLit 24 points" a THEM
Mantle for the Yankees as did swinger extended his hitting eight rookies Into the 1963 the Hanker, Hill\ at fullback and I urday night master juggler. He doesn't believe The addition of Gros, a fine
veteran Milt Pappas with Bow. streak to 20 games against the squad. Veterans will\ man most Matte or Moore at running SAN FRANCISCO (AP) In a set position for a play. fullback from Green Bay, plus
ens for the Orioles. Giants tying the major top of the key positions this season back. Willie Richardson backsup i The San Francisco Warriors er who has the skill to play the speed and drive of Tim STAl Di

Stottlemyre, a right-hander up mark for the season. During "Johnny Unitas Is throwing Orr and Gary Cuozzo Is th e I announced Wednesday the sign more than one position." Brown, the holdover halfback I ,
that stretch he has hit at .433 real sharp," said Shula. "He second quarterback. Covlngton did 'not include
from Richmond of the International a ing of their No. 1 draft choice, gives the Eagles a more | League, pitched a-seven. clip, raising his average from started slowly last year but he With Jim Parker, an all. Barry Kramer of New York himself In his touch-of-maglc fun running game Kuhailih ex. B
hitter and issued only one walk .273 to ,310.Whit. was fantastic In the second half. league ace, at left guard the University. summation. He should have. pects help from Ollie Matson, i
against the White Sox In his collected a double In Unitas Is Just the best quarter front offensive lino Is Intact. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Quinn obtained him from Kansas his old San Francisco U, Pro. THE AUOCIUID elides
first major league start. Pappas the first Inning, drove In the back In football. And that goes Bob Vogel and George Preas The Nevada State Athletic Com. City for Bobby Del Greco. tege who was acquired from National League

yielded only five hits to the Red Cardinals' first run In four-run for everybody. man the tackles, Parker and mission approved on Wednesdaythe Detroit. W. L. Pet G.n.
Sox In recording Ids fourth shut. third Inning rally with a single "We'll be better off on offense Alex Sandusky are the guards contracts between the Silver Norm Snead, the quarterback Philadelphia 07 43 .009! _
out of the season then triggered the winning two. from the start A year ago we and Dick Syzmanskl Is at cen. State Sports Club Inc. and SEC Signs Up who came from Washington In San Fran 05 49 .370( 4
Jimmy Plersall celebrated the run uprising In the seventh with didn't know John Mackey was ter. champion Joey Glardello and the deal for Jurgensen, will have Clnrlnnatl C3 52 .548 GIf
i f another single. as good as he Is. We didn't have Defense may present more of Rubin (Hurricane) Carter, who TV Basketball split ends Ron Goodwin and Pittsburgh CO SI .541 7V4St.
IIKtlf>< j While I the Phillies and Giants a problem to Shula's personnel. box Oct. 23 for the middleweightcrown. Ray Poage, tight end Retzlaff Louis CO 53 .531 8Vi
'continued their team struggle, The return of Billy Ray Smith, Package Series and flanker Red Mack ex.Pitts Milwaukee 58 54 .518 10

Sandy Koufax of the Los Ang. who sat out last year, strength PEEKSKILL, N.Y. (AP) BIRMINGHAM Ala. burgh Steeler, as his !prime tar. Los Angeles 50 50 .500 12
AP) -
JeepiP ales Dodgers added to his lau. Mixed Foursomes ens one tackle spot, with Miller The New York Jets of the A television basketball, (package gets If Snead falters, King Hill Chicago 52 59 .408 IS1/
rels by posting his 18th victory at the other. Ordell Braase will American Football League Is available Jack Com'annon, Houston 48 C8 .444 22
series the Georgia
with a 4.1, five-hit victory over Event ScheduledFor be at his old end Job. Marchet bought veteran defensive end .LSU, beginning rookie from Boston College, New York 35( 79 .307 34
Jan. 2 will be
game ,
Cincinnati. In other games, MIlo tl's position Is the problem Sid Youngelman, an original the Southeastern must start from scratch becausehe Wednesday's Results
presented by
waukee whipped Houston 5.1 member of the team, from Buffalo Joined the club after the All. Philadelphia 6, Chic ago !3 i
and Pittsburgh upended the New Beach Club Wednesday. Conference this coming season, Star game Pittsburgh !5 i, New York 4
SEC Commissioner Bernie
York Mets 5.4. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y., says ' ,St. Louis C, San Franc'1st'o 4
Gals Moore.
Next Wednesday August lethe Moorings (AP)-George D. Widener was Los Angeles 4, Clni'Innatl 1 .
1/ p members of the Beach Club Men's elected president of the Na. The 11 member schools will F Milwaukee 6!i, Houston IToday'l
Nancy Roth Wins Golf Association will sponsor a Go It'Blind1Members tlonal Museum of Racing participate In the series, to be 0 GamesPhiladelphia

four-ball, best -ball mixed four. handled by TV Sports, Inc., of at Chicago
Another TrophyA some tournament, and follow witha of The MooringsWomen's Paterson, NJ. State r Only: game scheduled 41
. .. . . . . . cocktail Jap OlympicsTo
at 3:30anddlnner Friday's Games
( P)-Nancy Roth, pert 5-foot. party Golf Association In Moore said Wednesday the d
2 Hollywood, Fla., golfer who's at 7 p.m. The party and dinner yesterday's weekly outing were Be RelayedBy games will be played Saturday Leagues Philadelphia at New York, 2,
will be at the Beach Club hotel.A twl.nlltht
never had a prorel.lonalleuon In competition for be
prizes using afternoons and there will no THE
has won another trophy.She spokesman suggested that low total scores on five blind Syncom 3 blackouts.The Pittsburgh at Chicago, 2
members make up foursomes and ASSOCIATED St. Louis at Los Angeles, N
played steady, sometimes arrange for starting times at the holes. CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP) schedule Includes W. L. Pet G.B. Cincinnati at Houston, N
spectacular golf In winning her When the Important holes Plans have been made to use
pro shop. Dinner reservations Jan. 9-Vanderbllt vs. Missis Tampa 29 14 .674 Milwaukee at San Francisco,
third consecutive FarmingtonWomen' should also be made In advance. were determined In a draw, the satellite Syncom for 3 transmission communications of slppl State si Starkevllle; Jan. Orlando 24 19 .5'.8 !5 i N
Invitational Golf Tour. In yesterday's weekly outing Eleanor DuBane was declar' 16.Kentucky vs. Tennessee at St. Pete. 23 19 .548 S'/i' -
YIt nament with a 54-hole total of members of the a..ocIaUonplay. ed first prize winner with a from Olympic! television pictures Knoxvllle; Jan. 23, Kentucky vs. Ft. Laud 22 22 .500 7 American League
to the
223, 16 strokes ahead of the ed for low net honors In three total of 19 Japan United W. .L
score Sue Sates Florida at Gainesville; Jan. 30. Miami 21 24 .467 9 Pet. C.B.
field. classes Class A winners were: Link was second with 21. The National Aeronautics and Auburn vs. Vanderbilt at Nash. Lakeland 17 22 .436 10 Baltimore 71 43 .623 _
U was the largest victory At 87, H.L. Dixon; and at 70, Next Wednesday the ladles Spare Administration to vllle; Feb. 8-Alabama vs. LSUat sarasota 17 25 .401 11'/2' Chicago 09! 43 .COS 2
p margin In the tournament's nine T.K. Montgomery and Bob Ab. will play In a blind partner launch the complex satellite plans at Baton Rouge; Feb. l3-Miasia. Day'naBchl7 25 .405 1I1 Mi New York CC 43! .595 3%

r year history. Nancy already bott. draw tourney according to 6:45 a.m. next Tuesday. slppl vs. Georgia at Athens; Wednesday's Results Los Angeles CO 57 .513 12Vj:
tti holds the Women's Southern Class B winners were: At 68, Chance Feb. 20.Tennessee vs. Alabamaat Orlando 4.4, St. Petersburg Detroit 59 58 .Pi04 UI V4
Amateur crown and left Immed. Al Hackett:; and at 71, Wilbur Mary arrangement UA and Japanese Interests Tuscaloosa; Feb. 27Tennes. 1.0 Minnesota !55 GO .478 16'/4'
1 lately after Wednesday's finals Eckard. Class C winners were: chairman Members are reminded plan to spend about $600,000 to see vs. Kentucky at Lexington, Daytona Beach 4, Sarasota 3 Cleveland 54 GI .470 17V4
here for Kansas City and the At 81, Jim Lulejlan; and at 82, to form their own pair televise the Oct. 10.24 Olympic and March 6-Tulane vs. Vander. Ft. Lauderdale C, Lakeland 4 Boston S3 02 .401 18Vj
Women's National Amateur A.A. Anderson. Ings or games. Games in Tokyo. bllt at Nashville. Tampa 5, Miami 1 Washington! 40 72 .390 27
Kansas City 42 72 .038 29
Wednesday's Results
New York 7, Chicago 3
PLAY BETTER.GOLFBy Washington 4, Kansas City 3

Detroit C, Minnesota 2
Tommy ArmourGet Baltimore 7, Boston 0

Big lift to farm machineryWhy Los Angeles Today's 4, Cleveland Games 2

The Backtwlng Chicago at New York, twl.
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fun . _.d' night
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trust a truck to luck? As winter nears, A who gets: I into a Boston at Baltimore, N

phone especially, every machine on your (y stable position at the top of her backswing: Only games scheduledFriday's
+ will hit the ball well. When she Games
' probably
North Key Largo farm needs Standard's Protective ;; i is in balance with; her right fool flat and Detroit at Kansas City, N

Lubrication. Standard's all-purpose / her right knee: straight but not stiff at the Clevland Los at Minnesota at N

top of the back-swing she will not be disposed Angeles Washington,

1" JMP Grease protects moving parts 4 I( 4 p to snatch at the club with her right twl-nlght New York at Baltimore, N

It'. ha dutlnctive. telephone from excess wear. Assures long hand in beginning her downswing. She Chicago at Boston, N
number el the Ocean Reel Inn and her left foot
will simply correctly put
and Yacht Club In the worldfameut 'I"
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Florida Key North flat on the ground keep THEG4
Key Large, to be exact Ask the Standard Man to suggest ,'tS, r4 L1 I straight, and have a feeling that she is

. . . . r getting her right fide moving into the shot.
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Swirling Sewer Build Huge Cons Worked Six

Lakeland Plant
Mrs. Leo Racette watched In Months To Build

horror as her lIoyearo01d LAKELAND .
daugh. APOwens.
ter, Rita, stepped from their Illinois Glass Company announced *' ,
Four i omuls III i --L
stalled automobile and fell Into plans today to build a multi.
loused hands ai i -I ,ttl< I I
swirling water that flooded the million dollar plant In Lakelandto
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street. help meet a growing demand
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Before anyone could help, for glass containers by the Flor. They Mt In sol it.mment "

Rita had been swept down a Ida citrus Industry. while guarc'* -t' ik I t

storm drain Into a sewer. The The plant will occupy 290,000)I I nel the tnmatetv .1it I )

onrushing rain waters carried square feet of a 121.acre site t mart than a half ear i i I" ,

her 75 feet underground and Into and will make 120 million bottles I I Warden Ward L.1I1" -1 t

the WUlimanttc River. and Jars annually'. four latently woik.. 'I i

Three men saw the girl and I The plant will employ' aboutI on \\'Nk..ndtr'lng!' 5.. i

two Jumped In while the third I 0 persons with a payroll of; tunntl till oullb an el ht.II"i r. ir .

held out a stick from the bank. more than $1.5 million annuallythe : tlon of the outside v .iii it 1

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the child land. chine shop.
a; ,. ol Toledo -
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"God was good to us," said the plant will make containersfor i escape seven) weeks .u I' :eat fjIII1 UfItY I

Rita's father Wednesday night carbonated beverages beer,i had hoped to atih the i I'UI' it Announcemenrs 45. Trailert For Rent:

after she was back safe and wine drugs Pharmaceuticals I ReNeW nunloam's .
work. When guards umn i (1 ai ::;; is , .
sound at their home In Spring miscellaneous foods and citrus i tunnel's exact location LIceNSE t.: PLAZA BEAUTY SALON a ., ." ,
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field, Mass. products. decided TraitMIdw.y R I 'Ott.
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& going," he said. Officials PUBLIC NOTICE :!- 48-Aptt. For Rent

: ., >;it'; .:,.M '\ 100 Years Ago estimated the four began eig.glng To end from chool will pay Eftic enciei DIY 'I .

... < <"..,d. _n\ the tunnel six to eight "UIIL.'C, NOTICE for itielf m t short time, Month -- w v'JI"w""nll!' -- months NOT'CE' II Hun.y G'I/EN' Ih.tIha will, ride two Honda. 90I HO or Ml 2 IUS
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duckling and place Ace 10 loll
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it 'in a soup ladle Photo was made 'in Aberdeen "" ".., ,
Wach. Thursday August 1$. 191& SoW:,! ..I Opps. .nod I bed '
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Civil Vcr Centrnnicl tommittii _ _ _ _ CONDON McDANIlL HENRY' SCMHYVtR 'Sit" end both MI l ii' ,
BUSINESS FOR SALE ] p.droom furnitnr
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$$8 Million To Be Florida * * * * * * * * * * * PUBLIC. NOTICE. ::'.h Fisnida S.ol 1. 19it am lion shop Dehcatetten, Same Nice man local* Qourmet t,on wife"7 opera yeart food apt.JU)No or pen Ml 2 or i9l 11t .."

August 12 -Two companici of Confederate NOTICE, OF BONO SALE Excellent Clientele Good terms
cavalry to rght party Call Ml 14'Slor .\ I
117 000 MO EBB TIDE I
with s of artillery advanced today the I 3MO t/t.M
piece 102nd
Cut In U. S. Colored troopi who were destroying tr.uk near EVERGLADES PARKrVAV REVENUE BONDS Modern lunllh.d ci, Ia
Anti-Poverty Bill F.m.I.E.p."c.CI U
Baldwin. A small force of the Seventy-fifth Ohio and two NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai' ISis Florida D..lopm.nl Con 13-Help Want. Kelly Rd.bedroomSABLE .'1''I.I" 'I I, Ii

men passing through the line were taken prisoner. Briga miMion' of Florid' will' receive tteied J"tro.'in the CI ONDA /ltf
WASHINGTON (AP) The million for the first Is de. COMMISOSON.. ''V W' : .I ItREET teacher for lit
year dier.General Hatch ordered a hundred cavalry and two TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA up lo IN. hour ol t DO p m. Ca.'.,, *l , antipoverty bill congress has signed to get Jobless youths off pieces of artillery to from Baldwin Tim, Auiutt II, l4 for the purchase ol 1 1''MOON ol .DE Pezss O' 2 lila S/iiSf___ SIlOREAI'1: ,'
move out assist the VELOPMENT LOt
sent to President Johnson would the street and Into Jobs to help to COMMISSION EVERGLADES ArKWAY IDC Mi I 4451
authorize Federal force. The Federals drove the Confederates back Lldlf befaan 15 end as years Kelly Road and Ai' A. ,
payment during the poor farm families and to aid ot Shorthand, and
age typing
first year of more than $8 million local communities In launching towards the St. Mary'i but took no prisoners. The Union each Slid to Bondi b. dated hull December bt ,hued I I.In INS coupon 10 form bi regnlreblo'in d.nomn.llon, to ol IJ.000 knowledge of general S 'bonhmOb horNet

for projects In Florida programs to Improve health, loss i it ont man killed and four taken prisoner. only ,to bear ,mtere.l cup'....d 'in multiples of one eighth as Ills.principal or one Call ? *I1Serretarv \ New duplei aptt 1 I I' I .iii,
twentieth IIIl0I) of on. per centum but not ,tucett of the ututoiy Automobile, AgencyNeet each neon beat I" I. I e ii I
Rep. Sam Gibbons D-Fla. said hospital and housing conditions.The Confederate General Jackson today forwarded the following rate ot in perc,,,sum (15%) per annum. with" no ftreeter difference Attractive. young lady Ideal for teechers 1\ I > '
today. Community Action Pro. than two per centum a*,} between nlh:1I 5 bent and loweit ratet ol 71 It Local resident Typ'tt' ,if deeired Cell Mi H .11" ,
communication Richmond
to : "Having applied to Intoreet named. Na bidi' for leu 5h. o, laid 117000000" Bondi or Office Mananer will train InDealerthip Midwey MI4I HI'i I 'II
The assistance would be for gram calls for the development Major General Samuel Jones the offering to pay less than pre d accrued ,inlereit ..,lib. contldorod Polling, Payroll.He .
In of at the commanding Departmentof The Bond will ba awarded to the bidder who ,
those programs which funds antipoverty programs e bid nrolucet She low tit Apply in pirinn nnly to Uhf RNiSMfD
South Carolina Georgia and florida for Intereit coit after deducting the premium, olleied ,if Frank S Falls Jr 0 I
re-enforce Intern en.ra
) 01
are specifically allocated to local level. Florida would be allocated I". premium, If "1. will.. nol b. con"d..d .s d.ductblo, ''n d.t.'mn, M.n..o, Wood rheyolr' Ply APT GREEN AIR( 'MI
states. Considerably more wouldbe $5,435,000 for this. menu, which he informs me he is unable to furnish, I :Ing she net nt ereitcO.5. Sn dotermiting 55. nt erestosi I. 'Interest mouth foe 2UO 91h llrel No.a" I WO 'I l ."

available "It to Gibbons feel it duty to labor the condition of affairs will be Computed so sh ersspec. sue maturity dr Snow the first; list tfNeted _
to Florida from seems me, my in this day of Juremoved ".. leU. 1..1 COJpOlt SOl 1 dl'ed lone I I.9114 hsvle5 b....
other programs that have no set told a reporter "That the com. district.and to bring to your attention certain factswhich, Five (lit) different, ratet ol ,interest may bo named for said for ,lmm.dlafe .....pIOIf' 49-Houses For Rent
Dondi and
it shall not b neceiinry that ill Sands bear went Roi r.lo' p.thltoflot _
formula for allocations, he said. munlty action programs are the in my judgment, show how eminently proper it is that of Intarett provided the all. Souls maturing' on the tame date saws shall tale, Solely pno.t..on u. n..o"y.
President Johnson is expectedto answer to the complaints about these bear the tame rale of inler.il A repeated rat. ol, ,mlereit shall not be else Cl'I aln" Call 104' Moerson Gustheuse for ii I Srfr000I e
re-enforcements should be tent from some contidered, a different "I 7 'Ul 5/1 . .
sign the bill shortly. Congressthen over centralized planning and quarter. rule of interest Rate of 'interest bated upon the tompl..I I I" all
The valuable uu of split or tupplemental mlereit coupon will not be MI 15555 I if 1
most portions of Florida are the middle contidered __,__ U
direction of The Committion ,... .
will be asked to uppropri. over.centralized t 'v. the right to determine who 11th. tuccewtul .
ate to counties of the peninsula Alachua Marion and other bidder end to reject any or ell bids All' inorett; shall be payable' sow 14-Help Wanted MaU v... w. h.v. .II"; 8.iJ >
the t. '
money put programinto program. ''' llA
ennu.lly en he tirt '
(lull) day at .1 unean d of Dcmber, said Soitds, to , i
effect. "Conditions will vary greatly counties in that vicinity. Its productive capacity: is very bo ,Issued ss follows: City WalePineland V 'I i
Retired 111 retired manwantid H W tI "'
0' <
Gibbons, a freshman con from community to communityand great, and the character of itt supplies of inestimable Serial Bond In tho principal' amount of a I1.504tO& and 50 malone '01' I Sta'l, 'I paint" store 2 4001_ I : tO l

tressman from Tampa, Is a also within a community; value to the Confederacy. The sugar and syrup there annually December, ,In of numerepl earn order, loweit numbers first: so the frsi day of sales Full or p-rt timi. workEnperlcnte Guest Menlo for ,,". II "5tarnished It'X
member of year in principal amounts' ai follow' nec.Haiy Send let' city' w.l lmo I a\O 00 p. '
the House Laborand therefore community action
produced I believe be from to Collier County Newt I
cannot supplied any portionof Maturity Oafs Amount owe Ml I 2 JI06 5/4 It s 3tuo
Metunty Date Amount .
Education Committee which will be extremely varied and Bm, I'J7 AZ9 I/H tf _ _
the country in our possession. From official and other 1 ll I 110000 inca( $ 110 000HOMO -
approved the bill originally. It will embrace, In some cases, l lose 110 000 foci Eipenenred, men tor reconditurning 51WantedloRentTwo
data I learned that the of
was the first measure to bear all of the community and mother product' army supplies will H'DI9'l 1600(10( 191 110009( of new end. uied auto .
() head of beeves '70000 toes 170 son mobiiet Apply' Lee Pelri.' Wood ,. ,
the personal Imprint of Presi. cases, only a portion." amount annually to 2f,000 equal to 10 ion 0' fttrea lul tI "
70000 1914 ";0000 hryller' Plymniithfot I/H Jt f ... .
.h. '
''' 'ou"d' I I ii." .1
den Johnson and it was report. Florida also would receive million pounds) one thousand hogshead of augur; a thousand 1971. 110000 loss I 1010000 Would "lIn leas. "I', ,. r 101

edly at the top of his "must"1 $1,873,000 for the college level gallons of sirup, equal by exhange to 4 million pounds 1974U7S 4SOOOO 550500 .loss 1911. I i I.nassau 100000 Opportunity A""I."I Manasr advancement wonted t 00 to 4. 004Tf I

legislation.The work.study program and $753,. bacon; 10 thousand head of hogs equal to I million poundsof tore ten 110 170 000 000MO ions 59ev I' i.,100 150000I .000I Fringe. Service benefit, Station' Apply N.at Trail Imferial ,.

measure, which would 000 for the basic adult education bacon; JO thousand sides of leather, equal to -- 597s .000 lola I 1,260 000I it d: or Sell

authorize appropriation of$947.5 program Gibbons said. pairs ,shoes; a hundred thousand barrels of fish (if labor 117' lassos 19tH I I.120 000 I Will, tell i bed i ii' f .

These funds, along with the bOlhT Bondt of.r"OII.t: maturing in the: ye'rt | 197J 18InveltmentlGnod trade for enough t. 'u'O ft
action allocations afforded), equal to 20,000 pounds fish. Oranges (sweet Incluuve e redeemable I prior to 01.6IIIt'U dales ol lurnith bed roor" hu f"I
community maturity, The Bonds of said, Issue maturing 'in the ,1174
to 1991 I Ull 1/U
and lemons limes yeart
must be met by local Interestson sour) arrowroot salt blockade goods, I innluiivo. ihall ba redeemeble prior to their atelod dates of maturity' finns .

Wilson' Escape ia 90.10 basis. jron, etc. Counting the bacon one-third. of a pound and M7J In whole, or or in part at the oP"ot"f of the CommntiuA' en pucernbrr ,1 .I I'" 'ittci.ci Mnrlge, I iii. M'$50000' 2.t5J45'l
pn en ; 57wHouI..for Salt
Intereit Ihereafl.r
115 the brtte of '
beef interest Ilff'o.I"1:} ./t., " '" "" w.k 'nllt 11
and fish ;
Of the '*' 7.11 jnlitRnrnrhor. to one pound to the ration-- there are meat fad accrued phil premium i protteun percent 61 -
Ized for the antipoverty pro. rations 4J million equal to the supply of 2JO thousandfor of trio principal' amount of tuth Sends NORTH Naplec '"" .j! t

Laid To Gang Of $412,500,000 would be for Four per conium ((4H) If redeemed on December I I. .1971 or on any t gram, 180 days (Six months) Ic malt be borne in mind that Interest payment data thereafter, to and 'including, December I )11/&. 23-Mite. For Sale) home and bedm "" 'I| I .' .1

the aid of unemployed youths by a proper system of exchanges such as cloth for sugar Three and one.helf/ per centum (eJlI'I> / redeemed on Juno I lilt or Hound A Square garden ttonei I.Nice.".i Royal lawn ami P.lm IH.in"M"' . U
ProfessionalsLONDON through the Job corps camps on any Interett payment data thereafter to ard December. colors Can bobought
and sirup, and these for bacon these can be secured at a .. Including All sees a- down
and residential training centers ; Polls denanad .
mpirate ron"o'. S
much lesser cost to the Confederacy than in any other Three and mat a I IIJ phone for Poll ReSfrartch 11nifi "
and HitI/ D.wey
work work per conIum ( )
(AP) An under. study program redeemed on June I. IS7I or on coy detest ,.. StONtCHA :
f otlimalo
world syndicate known as the training programs. mode. The number of barrels of fish is a mere estimate of payment dele thereafter. to and 'including, December I, isiS. INDUSTRIES office, Ml IIWor Naples Pork

Freedom Fixers was thereafter.
today with whisking Charles eligible to participate In these and new ones have been ordered to be opened by the secretary I. 1911; payment to and including December 4 vinyl table u hoIsts furmica, i.d chairs efUn For quick tale
Frederick Wilson out of prison and ether programs under the of war . The peninsula of Florida presenting as it Two per conIum (tI'.f) If redeemed on June 5. 191?. or an any IdlenesS, Coil' tub) Will, lake Ill c.oh Sit Low, lit down Ave payment No' .

and adding another footnote to bill but the amount of money to does quite one-half of the coast of the Confederate states payment date thereeftar. to and 'including, December I, l loss 41G Orchid Drive. Ml 7 UK Stop by any limo,

the great train robbery. be available for the state will affords for the blockaders On. and one half per centum IIH%) If redeemed on June I. 1914 or 'I' 55Yes.
be determined later when great evading enemy's on any ,Idleness payment date 'thereafter. to and including December. 26-Personal .
Wilson 32 ex.bookmaker pro. w. h.v. .nolh. 1 lI.d
and bringing in supplies for the Government. Many ; ..
roam rem Furnished,
married and the of three Jects are developed. ANONYMOUS .ul.foT
father Ono per cinlum /I IH) /If ALCOHOLICS ril/. V Cable, ,, JMIPineland
deserters from the armies of Virginia and Northern Georgia. redeemed on June I. !fIst or an any Intent Meo. women. Wi's ""n ln.pobl.m. .
daughters, was the most wanted payment data thereafter to and 'Including December I I. 1917; o. !, H W Welkine4M1 MI
well from the of Honda Ass for help by cell > S/SJ Sf'l'.n
as as collected in the
troops are
man in Britain, sought across Ono half of one per centum (111'1 ,If redeemed en. Juno I 1911 or on ing Ml I41il OtterS cord,ellywelcomed .

the nation and in many parts of Race Barriers swamps and fastnesses of Taylor, La Fayette Levy and any I. 1119 Inlerett; payment dele thereafter to end Including, December hp"1 church Meeting Anre.in on PintS IthSt port utility,I bull Hm FU I., ..Hm,... awn i.i.,

the world through the Interpol other counties, and have organized, with run-away Negroes, el 7th Ave every Tuet and igi. 'In beeulitul' Sarrenlu Ge
Without premium on Juno I I. 1990 thereafter .. Trentferred, f.celiont ..
or d." Owner
S 10 PM
police network. bands for the of committing depredations the ri night al
purpose upon Condil'on Open Sudty ''

Police clamped a close watchon Fall In SchoolsOf plantations and crops of loyal citizens in running off their of The their, COeds maturIties. If, lets and then by all lot within shall, be matuntietNotice redeemable. in the Inverse order N Test't l Ceribbeen Ml; itlM R..S/i) >3h/>l'

British ports and air terml. slaves, these "depredatory bands have even threatened the of such prior redemption, thill be publlihed at lettt onco at 33-Scrvic Offered

nals,combed visited scores through of the addressesand ( known MississippiBILOXI cities of Tallahassee, Madison and Marianna. It is very publuhed leatt' thirty In ((30)the) days City of prior'New to York the redemption, date In a finenelal, paper 58-Lots For Sale

haunts of the man who may desirable to complete the railroad connection between Live I'lo.T:: principal: of and Intereit on sod' Condo will' ba payable at The SEA WALLSCONCRETE I

tnve the secret of $6 million In Miss. (AP) Regis Oak in Florida and Lawton, Georgia thus uniting the National, Bank of Jacksonville Jacktonvifie rlorida' or, al I the WOOD ROCK BEST BUY ,m Rued Harbetrorn.r
option of the holder' at Th. Chase Manhattan Bank N.w York, New 'lot IS'> l i i Ni' '< ahorhood
ills possession. tration for the first desegregat. Florida systems of railroads with that of Georgia. To pro. York The pjvm.nt of sad, Bonds nnd the 'mteretl thence will be Foundation Piles City wator :i :'i able

to 30 ed public school classes In Mis. the iron for that it is teeureJ by e pledge of the rent.it' to bt Canoed from n L.... Pur-hito (MOO OasiS
Wilson sentenced
was cure absolutely .
purpose .
will take necessary .cu'.d bv the FLORIDA' OfVF IOPMCNT COMMISSION' Docks-Mooring Whips Conl.ot.II .
years in jail last April when he slsslppl place FridayIn that we hold Baldwin which is at the (crossing of the road .. Lessor, with the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA 11
this Gulf Coast resort city. 5 Lettee. saId, rental, confuting, ,ii. each year of the net tout .. defined' IAGEN Aulamatie drydocbsABBOTT lucille Otto loll ,iaegiP
stood trial with 11 other men for Mississippi Is the last state to from Fernandina to Cedar Keys and the road from Jacksonville ,in Said Lease Purchata A.,..men! d.riv.d from 'the 01>10'0' of the Prolect virgin, M..cumDEVEY
staging the biggest cash grab In The the uncommitted Broward County eirhty" per cent 150') turplvi ..to
topple classroom racial barriers to Tallahassee. enemy now hold that position line faa fundi el defined In sad, Lease Purchoto "'.,......nl and nil the Radio Road
history the raid on the below the college level. which is fortified on all sides. The forces of the Collier County eighty' per rent ,"W.London*) mall train one year.1ld enemy defined in sod, tease Purchxt. Agnement. aocrum' 'in each yew to the t S04I f 4H1 1 un,
There was no estimate of how obtained from reliable about State Rood Department. of Flo'' ,
\ five The robbers as sources is 2,000 in Baldwin d. for u5.n Bioward and Collier, Countiel. REALTY
days ago. r.tpeclively, under the , of Section
p'ovon. It of Article 'IX of the Con
children would
rot away with 7280000. Only many Negro and 1,500 at Jacksonville All the troops that I have been ttitution, ot the State of Flor de in the manner provided' ,in lId retolu SLIP COVERS

$840,000 has been recovered.At seek to register for first grade able These ton By the Seems. of Sect,o > It of Article 1 IX. the L..,itl lure ot the Tropical Or.p.ry ft Upholster Corner lit Ave So 4
to concentrate amount to -. [Sici] consist
classes at nine previously all. Stele of Florida 4 required d t continue the levy of the foe Cents ro..I,". let Ml I HOI HI tf Temtemi Trail
Winson Green Prison In of reserves dismounted cavalry and artillery tai provided for In sad Sen 01 .II of Article IX< for a period of f,fly MI I SWiterlrant
white schools under federal acting as yeert from Jenuery I I. 1941 and it prohibited from withdrawing, 'Ifia JEAN HAVES 5l5 fI
Birmingham where Wilson had court orders. Actual classroom infantrv. with a few cavalry, and six pieces of artillery. proceed, thereof from the operation of' sad, contlitutional, proviso. di ring Cutlom Sewing Drep.net _
served less than four months of lId period Said, Sends .,. lo bt issued lo finance. the co .1 I of the Upholllery 1(. IuW6U... Banifa
ills term work doesn't start until next There are other troops of all arms, anounting; to about t conttruct, of a ".,kwI. oroiert ,in Broward nnd Collier founliel lo Springl Wy .llol.ni loyal Her M
an Inquiry was be known at EVENOLADES PARKWAY PROJECT ltt nor See 40- bucttlip' f]
launched into the escape. The month. 1(0 men, under the command of Captain Dickison in the raced lo | ,invalid !;.,., |a. down ...! Memo
sacs eld.ry or
School and local official Under the termt of ..Id Lease Purchata Agreement She STATE ROAD
planto on 'lot ot Inn type Phone at
probe was ordered by Home neighborhood of Gainesville acting as a core of observation DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA' hat co/enanted thit 'it will lake over thecontrol in .t my tenet home Park on Myrtle i milei Reed nurih inlid >t>af to tee tint beautiful lot
keep a tight
security management. and maintenance, of the protect at ..n 1 of the ContectAMocntee.
Secretary a r
Henry the and for protection. In order to concentrate the force I Mete tytlem. of reads after of Ettero on U S 41 Q Parry
around schools, In an effort compl.tioi of said P oltet anrt .,",.., [ .,.. '
men Cell WIt
son London had been newspapers spirited said to free.WU to keep down violence. now have, and which is stationed on the South Fork of ''nil'lor Ouch he cOIf purpotei thereof m she shall manner bi paid provided from Outdo in said cuttomeniy retolufoi,," .wailaole' 5155 5111 It Lucille 'O'-J; V'rgil 1 Mticum ,,

The same court order the St River I have been and ta."o Vuo'.con
which Mary'i Middle
dom by the "Freedom Fixers, a to strip Inttreet n "emot 'in .pnon of count.) from ill prmant Federal dI.n"o, h STONICft"'T SN'OUSTS'FS
group of opened the first grade to Ne. and West Florida of all force, even for their defense against ,income. ta... 'In the eoin'on of c.unto') those C nnlaer'd the '01100'" M.chiee scrub... DEWEY POLLY
jail.breaklng artists.
here also PBurltnent thereto have .11 the qualIfies and ,me,dentt of m 'o',iable ufippin' 5rat.a I and polISh rat'I .t
Part of the mall train booty was groes directed the raids of deserters and Negroes. I do not deem it prudentto .nitrumenti .. .. the negeteble nttrumentt laws of tho State of FiendaEach danfalan C com......'., Ollce )ICern.
school systems of Jackson the.tate' I 7707. Poe. MI I 6.5t..
their said to have been used to buy capital and largest ,city attack the force at Baldwin with the available mixed CHECK drawn bid butt upon bo an. ,;; :;;::1.tn; or. leaNS I company or TREASURERS pi/Jbl. le 1/74 1041 tot38Autos REALTY

special talents at a price and rural Leake County birth. command now at my disposal with all the odds of numbers Ihe Florida' Devolopment' Commitnon in e turn equal to two per tentum er ef Ut Ave toTerniam ,
estimated to be between $140,000 2%) of the pur v.'u. of Bondt bid ,for at ovidenc. of flood totS., andif For Sale Trail.
and $280,000.The place of segregationist former and position against me. Yet I deem it all important that the tucceitful, bidder ih.ll fail to comply' pronn:'iv .."th the terms MI S 11"
Got Boss R. Barnett to accept the should be of hit bid, the check will be forfeited to the said Snv.oao i" from
gang; moved In at 3 a.m. enemy dislodged Baldwin. To effect The two per conIum UH tool faith check of unl ,... lloi, gina La S.lle T.nsniotecfaaughyde H..Un'.1 tot Lab. Perk
Wednesday Negroes. this desirable end I think that force of of biddert will be returned lo the bidden by retittered .../",1 el yin .iddrettttaled interior New Peint, N>.r .chool end iloret aa.ie
the a 1,000
scaling prisonwall Desegregation under the court men, .In. the bide' or delivered to a reoretentative of 'lha bidd.r ,Tmeti Far Sale' Cheep et W'O See et' S, MARLOWE 4 ItCK 41 J tin
with a ladder. They moved order will whom a considerable portion should be ,veterans should be metv after the tele, of the Sends to the luccottful bidder, Th. nroceodt Twin Apt. North N.pHlAlter Ave South Ml 1 Uil
reach the
second of the two '. faith, \0.; l/ll.tSioSf
through the to cell per renlnm (" i go4 cheek of the ticcaiif .I b'ddarwill _ 0/ie >tIM1
Jail grounds grade next year and continue concentrated at or near the St. Mary's trestle c'w aesked to the peymeni of the ourthete one. ted Condo
block Band. using duplicate , he delivered, on or about S.oiember II .ins, .10/11 00 in el
upward on a grade.a-year basis. The commander of the U. S. supply steamer llonJMttt 59-Acresge
key. The Chase Manhittan Bank New Yark New York or come. other place Chrysler for tele Good I
went unchallengedto
almost Biloxl site of Keesler Air which arrived at Key Vest today informed Captain Greeneof 'e bo mutyillv agreed ueei between. the tuccetiful' bidder end Ihe Florida treneportetion, |IOO. lie Breed
Wilson's cell. A prison of. De el.omo. t Commitnon. Full peyment of the bolince of the purchoie Ave North ,/. IfI
Force Base, has been free of the "a rebel raid the naval forces .rice be TRAIL FRONTAGE'
fleer contemplated on stationed 'nf made at the time of del'very by the tuccetiful bdd.'
Bill who
Nlcholls 50, sur. racial discord which has swept in Federal. Sands or immediate cetn without cott te the Commnon I lots Fom. 1 Or AulometicIrentmiti It ecree h,gh dry lend Hrmlee
priced them, was knocked out. at West Pass Apalachicola. with a purpose of raising the Ne iMeretl will, be allowed on SId, tool faith deooi, on flood tecond eec tram urthou4C MAP
other areas of the state ree. Far SIlO See LOwE SICK, eta Jth Aye
ently.In blockade ac that place. A Confederate deserter informs SIde' are desired on forms' wh,ch all .be furn.the-) .by ,tin ,nd.' Aol Dl I or II.IMlftv:6z'-, South, Ml' 11m. 7/l.tf

the Federals that a ram or iron-clad: gunboat know to have Ui, *. HOW I City; Leake County three Negro Florida" Development. C..m''On' Evargladot: Parkway, .aenus ;: Acro.ge
DrinkingVftifT schools began activities Mon. been under construction on the river ski Apalachicolafor Br'd.". .r wwdt of u've'ertt' 'moort. Said Sends will. M "t'. .1 ."* floe Ford f dr. Automet' trantminion ISO Tract* 'U I OH Per A
told. by She Fiend" Development Co-nmitei, of the ttete .' ,irde, Good sound Cer Sec Triii i an excellent 'nveitmenl
day. The county's five white more than a year is completed and it will be used "to S State agoncv competed of nine memb.ri one from o.cft of .,gM tt R>ver Perk, Apt, 01, for Farm lend j
schools don't open until Aug. 28. attack the vessels with the of cotton-clad barges Cenireio'eiel. Oittr'cli ot Florida and Chairman" from lIre Stile' at lilt IfIM 10 Acre trectt WHO en ,lilac
BEAUTIFULLAKE help some l I. .. .. ... of Cepn
r all >. .I.d bv she Ooverrer reeled by .nd 11,1'i I "*.' o"M--l new Dropoted
Negro leaders complainedthat or KO"" The ram is heavily plated, with sloping sides Clieptar III Ffonda Si/ .Oopttd ) Chrysler--s.-- Good N.pi ; Island. Route.
KELLY the Negro schools were by slid Cemniitt,:on Reference to laid Statute and r.-oiut, on ,.../ be trantportelion flOO. 1174 Broad Ad/itent/ Lend Priced Conndoreblr .
and ends. The Federals hate reinforced tlwtr, strength at had for a more. detailed d.oc'pt, of said Bond Ave North t/4 tf H'ghor then cure. Good
started earlier than the
leemo Opon
schools to St. George's Sound. The llonJuni is to sail with orders The ....d. have been validated bv I ludiciof' decree of th. r rcu,t ibId| Corvair, ; Monte S? Jar beav flull, 710 Sund.yo N. TeatS C..b.MI
1 discourage Integra. for the U. S. gunboat Stgtmorr and the ferry boat Fort Court of the Secend J..d.'.,el, Circuit of Flendo m end fir Leon r."nly Seaveefbls 4 seed trantmlttlon : 161$1 1/, TII..t'
Ember Red. ,
tlon attempts. whkjh decree wee affirmed. by the tu rme Court of' Flor' di o" Juno Block inter
"to with all U. lose ,ice Cell Ml I Mi; er come byffll"
Henry proceed possible Pass
dispatch to
lli Rural schools In the state ' 4" "" ", 12.100
frequently begin classes In mid. and to remain there until the necessity for doing so should The loereving aoinion. of Meitri Freeman R chardton and / o'erftaeea f Law Jtcktonvil'e, Florida" to the cf'Mt .tsuci' Bondt"re
August and suspend operations no longer exist.." They will sssist the English prize steamer MM and l.,.lly binding' obi gationc of the Fiondn' Devi' 'mont. J
temporarily during the height of AJrli and the boat ronmitton. ., and if requeued e cop* of Ike troncriol of the "'0' ....,... : Special I will
LOTS FROM ferry Soirxnet. inoli>.e ..III". deliver to the ourctittert of said Boidi withoji .harps :1.tJ) hendle IS unite an U S. :tel ;
the cotton harvesting season la. e...... of the form In which such approinrif oemiavi will bo ,issued may ba to Ssms Cotter Pol
$995 up ter In the fall. August U -Master NVkerson of the U.SS.m'l S. obtained from sad firm r r.L' 1 I HIRED IT 1 Eiute Ml 2 3550. COY/zll 5tfstt .

$100 Dow.Brsks i Chambers reports that the schooner's captain and executive .For further ... ......t.en address Ben H Oiek.il AttoMoy Fionde I,, _," .

('_, officer are striken with the (ever and that only lie and a h.O.v....'._. Florida.'" Committion Room lit 107 West 0...... Street" T.ili : ,, .. r; THROUGH THE I 66-Insurance) J

C.O.LUFF The Latin name of crabfasa.difiUria. master's mate areit for duty. After consulting with the 'LOIt'OA' VEIOPM/NT COMMISSION' ) ,.... .
refers 10 the I cms, narrow 0' Tell: aUT I 0" FLORIDA ATADsJ
l L
>I'"!. Ural Kulal Hr..k.rSl flower-and-sce4-bcrtn ' two surgeons aboard he has decided to take the vessel toa 5 WENDELL JAIIII"ItO ,.. I Sacs Money Ea5 Psyntets
.... 1... northern ISO Cheirtna's .,,: pie" Auto. Nome Ownero.: )
.r| II R A l which radicle from the top port. He can no longer carry out blockade ATTEST .' \., '4

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I Leaders See ProgressToward cil any, i previous in winding sums.up the The study Coun-In ? For Second Night

less than two days, set another Ituswlew
record in comparison to previous 1 w missed him
ELIZABETH, NJ. (AP) on several oc.
studies which extendedover \cmths armed with gasoline casions.
GOP Solidarity as many as 10 days. Fin- bomb, bottles, rocks and bricks Graves called the disturbances .

- -- - ally, Council members boosted i lulled I In a multiracial neighbor. "more of a racial\ out.
the total budget proposed by Po ra. ; hooch I \ of Elizabeth and smashed break" than those of Tuesday
i HERSHEY, I'P) assassins, vigil,intes, Communists City Manager Vince Wood by i car and store windows In a Ne- night.
Many" leaders saw and such as the In Elizabeth the brief riot ell-
Republic any group about $7,500, In contrast to the gu district of Paterson Wednes. ,
Wy In Sen. Bar \ ooldwater's Ku Klux Klan that would at. usual paring of by dinifht\ and early today. maxed a tense night In which an
unity manifesto a stride toward tempt to control localities Hel meted policemen with estimated 500 Negroes and
Party solidarity but some through terror, threat or other department ending In a nightstick restored order In whites congregated at one point
cracks still showed on the foun. lawless means" the former net reduction. A public hearing both cities earltodav. It was near the Pioneer homes, a low.
dattan the GOP presidential president saId.Rockefeller on the budget has been tentatively the second night In a row In income project.

nominee Is out to build. said that repudla. set for the first council ",flu I'' h violence broke out In the Gasoline bombs flew from
Former President Dwight D. tlon, along with other Goldwater meeting In September. I N two northern New Jersey cities atop and behind the project, and
Eisenhower sounded the unity pledges, should help the ticket. There were a number of reductions about 20 miles apart. exploded In the street Store
keynote with a warm endorse But the New York governor said which would have lowered Elizabeth police tort Into a windows were smashed
ment of Goldwater and vice he would have added the John Wood's proposalbut when rowd of young Negroes shortly Twenty standby police cars

Presidential nominee William E. Birch Society to the disavowal Council added $30,000 for resurfacing Letoie 2 a.m., subduing some of screeched into the area Officers .
Miller, and a promise to do all list.Goldwater and reconstructionof the youths with sticks, firing alighted, firing pistol
he can to help elect. them. told a news conference certain streets not InvolvedIn into the air, and making ar. shots in the air and wielding
"Any uncertainties I may he has vigorously opposed rests The brief battle followed nightsticks. R took them only
bond construction
have felt as to the fitness, adequacy "damaging, ridiculous and very projects, bombarding of at least three |x>. minutes to clear away' knots of
and quality of the politl. stupid statements" by Robert the total budget showed an Increase It III f art with bottles, near Negioes. The streets quieted a*
cal program they will offer to Welch, the society's founder. of about $7,500. ,5 n misses on several! motorcycle suddenly as they had erupted
the United States In the 1964 But he said the society Itself Is Council took this street action -':;;;;" "'T .n police, a flaring gas bomb 'that

campaign have been resolved," on no subversive list. "In the Interest of econ- lit up an iiiteisectlon and the explosion .
the former president said. Rockefeller said the Goldwa. omy," Mayor Archie Turner NEW B RID G E OVER DAN U B E- A floating crane lifts into portion the Hit of flierraUeis.Elizabeth\ Calls Florida

Goldwater acknowledged ter declaration should be "reas. said, at the request of the pub- notion of road deck of the new Eluabeth lutpennon bridge' acroti the Danube in Budapest, hospitals repotted

1 Eisenhower was among the architects surfing to Republicans from one lic works director.In Hungary, In the background il the Pelt Embankment, with, the city. stretching, beyond treating eight persons for minor Election Laws
of the detailed position end of the country to the other. About .
attempts to reduce the bud injuries a hilf.dozen !Ne.gioes
paper he delivered Wednesdayto But the New York governor and ContradictoryJ
a four.hour losed.door meet. Indicated all his reservationshave get, Council allowedClty Mana States whites were injured
< Secret Service Rights III Paterson but nont'Val .
log of three dozen GOP gover. not been erased. He re. ger Wood I raise In salary UN FearsNew liospl.talizecl. \AP)-There
from $11,250 to $12,500. He Is a contradiction\ In Florida
nora and other party chieftains minded newsmen that he spent
Sixteen adults and two
from 28 states five months as a candidate for had requested a salary of $16, Agent Given Six Group Seeks Gag venlles, mostl Negroes, were ju. election laws over whether i pal'
The nominee and the former the nomination, campaigning 000. City Attorney DavldSplngler arrested disorderly tr officials must promise to
president talked for two hours a against Goldwater and discussing was not granted a raise Year Sentence Clash On High Court Elizabeth as pt't'sonsIII support 00 per tent or 100 per

week ago at EIsenhower' farm the senator's views proposed In the budget. Council Twent>'.three Negroes, liu 1ml. tent of the party's candidites,

In Gettysburg, Pa. "I refer you to the record," he also, cut from the document CHICAGO (AP) U.S. Atty. WASHINGTON: (AP) OpHi| hog six juveniles, were attested says Richard D. Bilker,
One statute 100 rent
In a key passage of the unity said about $10,000 suggestedfor Edward V. Hanrahan has hailed tents of the Supreme Court's re.apportlollment In Paterson One woman, al'. sa\s per
declaration, Goldwater told the "I believe In party unity but purchase of park land and the conviction of Secret Service decision openeda rested as she allegedly' pieiuieclto and another .,I'S 00 per cent,
Republican "I seek the not at the of fundamen. On Barker told the Duval County
leaders expense CyprusNICOSIA
Abraham Bolden today
Agent as
parking space at the pier. new runt In the !House throw a garbage tan tliunigha '
Demon at tc Commit.
support of no extremist of the tal principles: the governor Steeling
left the There were other additionsand clearing the Integrity of the U.S. wth a move to take from toil- window was hatred with tee \VednesdaBaiker \'.
or right. Secret Service. eral courts jurisdiction over reapportionment hinting a riot.
said.Michigan subtractions having a minor quit as a delegate 1 to
EIsenhower, New York Gov. Gov. George Rom. Bolden, the first Negro ever Cyprus (AP- ol state leglsla. Paterson Police Chief John O'
Nelson A. Rockefeller and other who has been cool towardthe effect on the total budget. the Demoi'r,itlc National Con.
ney, assigned to guard a U.s. presU Chances for (peace on Cyprus lures. Brien estimated that between
party leaders Joined In praising ticket, said he was accepting An Innovation was IntroducedIn dent, was convicted and sen. were so precariously balanced Acting swiftly, and with onlv 200 and 300 store windows were vcMitlou last week and, announred .
that statement. the party's decisionson : Council action In contrast to tenced to six years In prison i I today that U.N. officials l feared minimum notice to supporters broker In the Fourth Waid. A I he will\ inppoit) See

'Ile has repudiated, character platform and nominees. former years, A sum of $20, Wednesday of trying to sell gov. an Insult shouted across no. of the court decision the Rules flaming gasoline bomb struck a Bam Goldwjtei nominee of for Arizona,
Romney new home to Lansing 000 was entered for "advertising ernment evidence In a counter. man's land could shatter the Committee opened hearings on bus but caused little damage dent Republican piesl.

from the Hershey meeting and promotion" of the Cityof felting case for $50,000.He truce. a resolution that would bring a Two newspapermen-phulog.
Wednesday night and Issued a Naples but was not earmark had charged that the gov. And In Nicosia, emboldened bill limiting the court's Jnrisdlt! rather Mel FlnKelstetn anil le
Grab $744,000 brief statement that offered no ed for Greater Naples Chamberof ernment framed him because he Turkish CyprIots have been tlon directly to the (House flour. porter Mike Pearl of the !New' DEATHS
personal endorsement of the Ar. Commerce use. Mayor Turner planned to tell the Warren Com screaming insults across the Such a bill has been before York Journal.American suffered .
In Bills Itona conservative's presiden. saldi "Most the mission about what Bolden con. sandbagged "green line" that the House Judiciary Committee cuts and bruises when a ST. PETERSBURG (AP) -
Bogus likely
tlal candidacy. the tended was laxity and drunken. divides them from the Greek since July 2. The resolution brick flew tlu'otigh their car Cljde( J. Keys, GG.\ear-old mil.llonalre .
will be
Pennsylvania Gov. WilliamW. agency ness among Secret Service CyprIot sector. would t..keL\ from the commit. window In Paterson. and clerk of the circuit
Arrest MakerHARTFORD Scranton was host for the called upon to assist In this agents assigned to guard Presl. The Turkish CyprIot minority tee and put It to a House vote Some 150 poll<'emen scoured court heie, died Wednesday,
Hershey meeting, but he wasn'ta project. dent Kennedy In 1961. appears convinced the threat of Rep. William M. Turk, D-Va., halls and alleys In the !Negro' night of a heart attac'k.
Conn. (AP) very talkative one when it was One Item proposed by Wood "The verdict completely re. renewed Turkish air strikes re. was author of the bill and the district for hit.and.iun bands of The wealthy rancher and, on.i
The Secret Service has $744,000In over. "Both the approach made and accepted by Council will Jects the outrageous charges strains Greek Cypriots from any discharge resolution. youths who hurled empt wine tiactor, wis active In political\
crisp new bills all counter. and, the feeling engendered was "please a large number of citizens made by the defendant and con. ground attack. Under the Supreme Court's bottles. circles, but never sought elec.

felt.The very good," he said. who find It necessary to firms the public's belief In the Turkey called off Its reconnaissance ruling, the apportionment of Paterson Mayor Hank X. tine oifice.Cov \ .
bundled bills were found One governor who had with. attend Council meetings and absolute Integrity of the U.S. nights over the Island 1 seats In both house of a state Craves, at the scene, said he Farris Bryant apiwlntecl
Wednesday In a Hartford ware. held his support John H. other functions In the Council Secret Service," Hanrahan told Wednesday In response to a U.N.legislature must be based on would decide today' whether to Keys clerk of the circuit court
house where the Secret Service Reed of Maine was quoted as chamber. The chamber will newsmen.He appeal, but warned It would not population. It would require Impose a curfew for the coming In June, 10li3, following the
said Stanley Frederick Withe saying he's now behind the tic. An Item of said It was toBolden'acre.dlt hesitate to strike If the cease. most of the states to redistrict\ weekend Bottles narrowly death of Avery W. Cllkei'son.
Jr. had been storing them in be that he "apologized for the fire collapses. at least one of their houses. SOUTHAMPTON N.Y. (AP)
.two foot lockers. ket.Goldwater told a news conference $5,000 was Included In the bud charges he made against the In the northwest corner of the Supporters of the decision\ Kendall Foss, CO, managing

Withe, arrested on counter his unity drive Is three Secret Service and the govern Island, Turk Cypriots mannedthe view Tuck's move as an at. editor of the weekly magazine
felting charges Tuesday at his weeks ahead of schedule. He get.Mayor Turner and Council ment In general. tiny pocket of Kokktna, Into tempt to put on the squeeze and 80 Students Who Business International\ and a

home in Berkeley, Calif., printed said the party Is as solid now as members, commenting on the Bolden, 29, made his apology which they were driven by Influence them to accept a pro. former foreign news correspon.
almost $1 million In bogus he had hoped It would be by 90-page document submitted In a tearful plea for mercy after Greek CyprIots before the week. posal In the Senate that would Defied Travel dent, died Wednesday after a
$10 and $20 bills last year while Sept. 1."We. by Wood said "It was well his conviction was announcedand end cease fire. stay the effect of the court's rul. long Illness
operating a Job printing busl. now have, I believe, only presented" and enabled Council before sentencing In U.S. Despite the aerial threat, the ing for up to two years. NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa.
ness in Unlonvllle, Conn., the two senators and a few con. to complete a study In the District Court by Judge Joseph Nicosia government Is maintain. Senate proponents plan to add Ban Fly HomeMIAMI (AP) The Rev. Dr. Hanford
Secret Service said. the reluctant list Ing a ring of steel around Kokkl.na II. Closson 03 associated .
gressmen on comparatively short time. Sam Perry. It as a rider to the foreign ale general
He moved to California with he said "It doesn't that In the Bolden wiped tears from his and U.N. observers fear renewed bill, a move !House backers of (AP) SomeSOAmer.lean secretary of the division of
his wife and two children earlier Among them Sens. Kenneth mean eyes as he stood before Judge clashes. the court ruling have said they students who visited Cuba In national missions of the Boardof
this year after his shop went B. Keating and Jacob K. Javlts short time Council spent in Perry. Greek Cypriots vented their would oppose by voting against defiance of a U. S. State Depart Missions of the Methodist
Into bankruptcy and its equip of New York. They were not al t studying the budget that any Judge Perry then sentenced rage and frustration Wednesdayby foreign aid ment ban, left Wednesday nIght Church since 19C1, died Tues.
ment was said at auction.At the Hershey session, and neither' one Item was neglected," said Bolden to 6 years. He could turning angrily on the United for the United States, Havana day. :-

least $12,000 In counterfeit Indicated his stand has changed,. Mayor Turner. "City Manager have sentenced him to 25 years States and Britain, whom they TV USEDIN Radio said today.A .
bills were found when Withe "They're free and 21 and they) Wood was present to de- In prison and fined him $15,000 accuse of siding with Turkey In CANCER DETECTION broadcast heard here did
was arrested, agents said, and can do what they want to,''1 fend his proposals and when plus three times the amount of the dispute. not say which route the students
another $500 had been passed in Goldwater said of the New Yortsenators. k we called in depart the $50,000 payment sought, a Parliament President Glafcos \A\COU\ UP( ) leleviaion would use In flying to their
necessary used day hire to
the last two weeks In the San la every
ment heads for further information total of $165,000. derides drew shouts approval find homes They were in Cuba
Francisco area. It was the second trial for Bol. when he cried that the time for help vane.orProm about two months.In .
Special Agent Robert R. Hast. CAPE KENNEDY FU. (AP) den, with the first ending In i talk was past. Only outright self- initial Mullen in u a statement Issued at Jose
Ings said the counterfeiting Job station "I commend the city managerand hung Jury. determination under United Na. screening room ol suspect tissues Marti Airport, the students said
If a apace
was IOt too hut but the bills the Council for a job well chiel technician [XnvH K, t
orbiting the earth suddenly i il He was convicted on three tlons shelter; would satisfy the "We demand that the American
were passable wept by I catoMrophic: fire, done," said Turner. "In about counts of attempted sale of Secret Island's 400,000 Creek Cypriots, Lock then uses powerful muroacope government listen to us. We de.
how don the crew escape' 90 per cent of the discussionsthe Service documents,obstruc. he said. to help transmit a picture mand, too, that If any one of us
Do the aatronauta leap from Council was In unanimous tlon of Justice and conspiracy. Blasting the Turkish air at. of the tissue to a 14-inch T\ Is penalized, all of of us must

SIGN the burning craft and rely on their agreement.. He was found guilty of trying tacks, derides said "nobody can screen be penalized.
STOPAtf HIS And in final, diagnosis bv IXII Is
spacesuits for protection until to sell a government file on believe the responilblllty rests "The American government
AKDSAVEONVACATION I help arrives from earth1 Do they ANOTHER SIGHTING May 12 to Joseph Spagnoli, al. solely with Turkey. ,k. Fidler, director of pBthol simultaneouslv afraid of those who visited Cuba 111 a
shown -
eject individually or in ImuIUIn KHOWNA.. B.C. (AP) Mr. leged head of a counterfeiting Nobody can believe that Tur. oilY a picture III for the only purpose of findingout "!
apace, "lifcboata1 Should I and Mra Leslie Kerry of ring key would dare launch such at. on a 23-im.h rice. the truth for themselves.

the "lIf.I><,lIt." be built toreturtto I i kelowna reported they watihedOfcopogo Bolden Joined the Secret Servo tacks, with NATO planes without -
Ice In 1960. He was assigned to the consent of these two
earth or to remain in orbit urvtil , the mysterious and unidentified -
EXPENSESGoldcnGateGuest a rescue vehicle la launched t I "monater" of Okana- the White House guard In Hy. countries-the United States and
from earth1 gun Like swimming and diving annls Port, Mass., during June Great Britain."

The answers ar* being sough t I for a mile clown the lake till he and July 1961. An offshot of the antUAmerl HE
Bolden was not on the White can campaign was the refusal of 24 SALE
the kelounaI
number of U.S. te' dmuppeared near
in a apace
GOIdED Greek to from
G 8fINFORMq search laboratories. Preaen I I bridge Kerry said Ogo "looked House detail In November 1963 Cypriots accept
when President Kennedy was the United States 2,000 pints of
like neal head d
much ,
a -
think favorl very
en assassinated in Dallas He of. blood plasma flown here at the
though I thought I could make
> which can return t
pNHEREr hornn." fered to testify before the War. request of Archbishop MakarUos
earth, out IWO
ran Commission, however that the Greek CyprIot president
agents were engaged in excel. Some Nicosia newspapers
slve girl-chasing, and turned up charged that the plasma was so
bleary-eyed for duty guardingthe old its use could be fttal.
President In Hyannis Port An Embassy spokesman said
and Washington. the plasma, of the same type
The commission did not hear used by the U.S. armed forces,
him. has a standard warning on the
label that If it becomes cloudy
MIGHT MISS SOMETHING after shaking It should not be
I I r rIt LIKE A CURVE used.

\\ 11111Kan.. API> Phil Greek Cypriot authorities said
young of Wichita said he Nosdrnlns the first 3 of 23 bottles handed

ram' w a great new way to on the Kansas Turnpike over to them turned bad. They
I' ,.Iv' vacation, pleasure when he noticed another inoioriitdriving then refused to accept the rest
will, i n, iciiing youi vacation along with a new p'P<' of the shipment
.dgel Ht" lie dust 5lee of the spread arc,'" the steering wru'11, Despite the attitude of the
the '" ding del gills" and vi' Young aaid he .lollowed il", .ear Greek Cypriots, diplomats In I
idit O'hle&tS' (hit lit yours MN for about" 40 nulei wlulftlu ,,'tU'fdruet Nicosia AtheaIstanbulgeneral
i Cc den Calf Guest leaud tlu>'ugh the r,>t'ar l ly take advantage of the present
cease fire to reach some kind of
at the aanx time he was I J'' "ig




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