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, ;Miiting' Juvenile Crime Stirs Row On Using Names


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The QuestionMIAMI Weather Outlook \ .m.High''!I p.m. emliM .

Pertly dandy through< Friday, Aft & I 1 N: July 23 101 j +. (:03
*' tratttrrd ..ho..n. Low to. lj1cI 1tW\/ \U
(AP-A rise of 42 Iher t July 23 12:19:
per cent: In juvenile crime In night III I 70s. High Friday about ; July 24 1 5t4t 0:10:
Dade County has provoked a !2. Variable" S to 12 mile windsfusty Q nt July 21 II?'
showers, 7
debate over whether newsna. nest July" 2 J 12.07 till 7-07
pert should print the names of r
Add .. for Marco
juvenile offenders as a possible
Add one hour NpUt% Bay bridge
deterrent. THURSDAY JULY 23. 1964 8 PACES 10 CENTS 40th YEAR NUMBER
Police Chief Walter Headleyof ,2 _
Miami votes an emphatic
yet, "Juvenile crime Is rowing f
by leaps and bounds," he said. '

'I'm tired of the attitude, 'I'm Around 9 c' ; Belittles U.S. Role In EuropeDeGaulle
not IT, copper! you can't do
anything to me.' Pub I 11 l r 11)'
would help. It would have an '

effect on the parents, too." w-
Headley and 90 other Florida
chiefs will petition f the LeglsU.
ture for changes In the law to The or Urges
make juvenile offenses In ma.

jor categories a matter of pub. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
lie record In minor rases,
names still would be kept se.
WARSAW Poland (A Pi-
cret Premier Khrushcheflew back
Florida law dues not prevent to the Soviet Union tad) after( a I '.a re rsr

newspapers from publishingnames visit to Warsaw for the mss. M Indochina Talks
: tai
but It prohibits court celebration of the 20th annlver
officers and polite\ from divulging nary of Poland's Communist re.
them. Most papers have glme.
been unwilling to print names East German Communist ..

without official source to back leader Walter Ulbrli ht and Czechoslovak PARIS (AP) President power meeting such an \\\e ,
them ui>, President Antonln Charles de Gaulle proposed to. a posed today

Novotny also attended the an. day a four-power parley for the This time he suggested h"' t
SHEPPARD OPPOSED nlversary celebration settlement of the Vietnamese the meeting! of the four i .t

Juvenile Judge Ben SheppardIs conflict and the future status of powers directly concerned "
strongly opposed to openingthe the whole Indochlnese Penln. Viet Nam could well take pi. 'J>
sula. within the .'
records of the juveniles framework of "t
courts go (AP-Appeals) to evaluate Speaking to his semiannualnews session of the 1954 Geneva ran!
whites from the revolt.torn east
"If a kill goes to criminal conference In Elysee Pal. ferenre.
court,' he say, 'that's one ern Congo mounted today) fol. ace, the President said the big Washington has thus fat:
thing. Go ahead and print his lowing reports of new rebel nations with t direct responsibility steadfastly optwsed a new mrt
name But as long as he Is In gabs for the fate of Viet Nam lug of the Geneva Conference
juvenile tourt, he is entitled to One message from Belgian should meet to settle the na. on the ground that the trouble in
proteitlon. Printing his name companies in the mining enter lion's difficulties the area arises mainly from volatlont >
would not be a deterrent It of Bunla asked Congo authorities lie said these nations were b)' Red China of prey,
would be a punishment And It to evacuate 15 women and the United States, Red China ous commitment. The United
10 ('Midi'en as soon as possible. the Soviet Union and France, States
would punish a lot of people r expresses belief there Is
who don't deserve to be pun., De Gaulle said they should no point In holding a "new on
IslieU." agree on peace conditions for faience, while Red Chun an
Dade Sheriff T. A. Bu'han"n (AP-The War Ministry, has Viet Nam, then join in a mas. ,North Viet Nam fall to lulflll
says that "In rertaln categoriesof live reconstruction program for pledges made at the ...rllt' ,xiferenre
conllrmed documents published SAILORS FROM CLEARWATER fix breakfast this morning on their
the states of former French In. ,
rime, the moment has arrived by the news magazine 0 Cruz. sailboat berth the Yacht Club. Boat designer
when we must take an. 16-foot at Its at Naples dochlna, including Cambodiaand "Now Europe," he said, "has
other look at some of our pro. law Biro of showing ex.President that a brother-ln.Joao Gou- Bruce Bingham (loft) hands container of water to Tom Dilks, who putit Laos. emerged as an entity capable of

cedures. We have to get away lart received some $G million on miniature ntcnc. Coffee was ready just a few minutes later. Before sneaking about Indo. living Its own life because It is
from the tin on the wrist. from Fidel Castro to llname a Pair arrived in Naples last night after a harrowing trip in the open china President de Gaulle de. CHARLES De GAULLEarea 'full of (-Its own) values and
"Where major rimes are revolt In Brazil. Gulf from Cleaiwater. (NEWS photo) dared that "things have mesas;"
concerned', the names should be changed" and the United States
The documents said Leonel no longer directly or indirectlyruns "and the sooner the bet.
published This
have an effect procedure on the parents.would Brlzola, a former member of Four Days On The Gulf the affairs of the Western ler.The Abe Lincoln,
It would Identify the ones who Congress who fled to Uruguaywith world and that the grip of the president said the United
Goulart after the rightist Soviet Union the Communist States obviously could
on carry the
are working to keep with
up Star 1964
the Joneses not with military coup last April, was world is weakening war to North Viet Nam if !It
Junior promised $10 million In all by Phew--Hello Concerning Indochina which wished, but It would be dlffl.

NO STATISTICS the Cuban prime minister. Naples France lost a decade ago, the cult for Washington to assume. World's FairNEW
President sale] a military solu. responsibility for the danger of I

Juvenile Judge elect Don lion In Viet Nam impossible, an enormous generalized con.fllct. YORK (AP)-The nidi
LONDON A P)-George Law. Two i
( arrived In
men said attacked
young two men were
boat and blew it back north all
Stone, who takes olfiie In Dade son, a Laborite member of Par. and that the big powers should victual star of the World's FIll
County In January, says "I Ihment, complained Wednesday Naples at sunset yesterday by hordes of blghungrymosqui- the way to Bonus Beach. The guarantee peace in the area. De Gaulle asserted that the Is none other than Abrihan: I
know of no statistics on adult tint the British welfare state 1 aboard a 16-foot sailboat after toes. "We headed right back two sailors, who said their navigational This Implied a Joint guarantee South Vietnamese population Lincoln, I IIpenl
crime which show that |l'uhll.11!| values calves more than chil-' they battled squalls, calm perIods to the water" Bingham and equipment hid been of neutrality for the two i seems less and less wllllnj to Some audiences he holds ir

has an effect. Publiritt HUMUS dren. ,. , ',. headwind, and mosquitoes DUb noted. nf roads Inoperative by the wind Viet Nams Cambodia and Laos., support a.cause which seems to > aced .4U"ir that the iMinlc'ii must |Is' stared The House' of Commons WU in their 170-nitle; four-day trip Tuesday was a memorable day. and rain, saw two lights In the It simply reiterated a policy De (hem that of a foreign power, cheering wildly
by otlioi youngsters' home. debating subsidies for Scottish| In the open Gulf from Clearwater The sailors reached Sanlbel by blackness and homed in on them, Gaulle first enunciated last Au., regardless of the people's opinIon People go away from his performances jlxnit the offender who hill farmers. Lawson observedthat I mid-afternoon and were right The lights turned out to be gust of communism in awe with praise
has an honor student brother 01 the farmer gets $56 from i Pretty much exhausted after off Naples.."so close to Napleswe streetlights on Bonlta Beach, The president said thai De Gaulle noted that former and such exclamations as '"stu.pendou. .
sister?" the government when a cow the ordeal, Bruce Blngham and could touch It"..before being which they reached at about mid- France only wants peace in the South President Viet Ngo Dlnh Diem of .'" "TremendousI"! and

A leient report liy the Crime calves but only $44.80 when his Tom Dilks dropped anchor at the hit by t severe northward- night. A hospital resident provided himself "in Nam had placed "Most Impressive and Ins pi rIng.
Commission of Greater Miamirecommended wife has Washington's or. ," Many return time and
a baby. Yacht Club docks and
Naples pre moving squall at about 7 p.m. the haggard pair with bit," only to see his policies be.
photo graphingand again.
ftncerpi'Inline of major of. pared for a restful night's sleep For five hours the wind and coffee, cookies, cigarettes soda Sheriff CheckingDreak come more unpopular Finally, Lincoln, seen as the feature

feeders and; publii;atloii of their SEOUL, South Korea (AP-, onboard They stopped In at The waves buffeted the small sail- place to rest up for the next In Naples the United States began to ml.. attraction of the Illinois\ Pavll.
names. It also recommended The national police reported to. News office before bedding down day's .. trust DI.m. De Gaulle said, and ion, Is the creation of theWall
that where (uiental misconduct da)' that 49 |persons have been and related the details of their The Sheriff s Department spent added that Diem had been over Disney organization
killed and 33 Injured as a result sailing adventure. Holley Says He'll AH thrown and slain, and that still
contributes to delinquency the NAPLES! most of the early morning hours lie Is a new type of animated
patents should lx Included In of heavy rainstorms and light Bingham, 24 years old, U a Take Half Burns' On Wednesday, the wind If today Invest Igit lag a breaking and another coup d'etat erupted In figure to lifelike many find it
Saigon later.
court dec reea and be held In icing across South Korea In the boat designer, formerly of Detroit there was any wind, came out entering at Ben's Standard Ser hard to believe he Isn't really
(' >iiteniit| when a child bleaks past 12 days Heady. 20 inches of and now living In Clearwater Democratic Votes of the south The sailors said vice station on the East Trail The the president also declaredthat real lie fits the exact description
the terms of the order rain fell In Seoul doting the pe. He Is a member of the post war era of VJS, of Lincoln as to face and
had to tack ill to make Results of the
rlod. they day Investigation were dominance In the West has end.
BOOSTS 'STATUS'Dr. Clearwater Sailing Club. Blng MIAMI (API)- Rep. CharlesHolley Inch-by-Inch progress south not available at press time for ed. figure, dress, speech and man.
Republican nominee for nerlimt.
ham said he designed the 16-
ward the NEWS.The
Vernon Fox, head of the ROME!: (AP) Premier AIda foot Sandpiper-class boat that governor predicts he'll take half After dramatic Introductory
Crlm. "When we saw Naples look- sheriff's office reported WANTS AREA NEUTRALIZED
Florida State University Democratic votes from
Moro was sworn in today witha the away music and other material. the
he and Bilks
Inology D e p art ment, sa>st new 1'enter.lfft. coalition gov. 18-year-old a Mayor Hajdon Bums of Jack. ed so pretty that it seemed to that two people driving by the At a news conference Jan. 31. stage- curtains part before a
"Making names public only aj. eminent virtually duplicating Clearwater native, maneuvereddown sonville. make the whole t trip worthwhile," station about 2 a.m. noticed a Do Gaulle called for neutrallza.; hushed audience to reveal the

gravates the situation 1In.\ the Cabinet that folded 27 days the coast. The prediction, Holley told a Bingham said The sailors had window above the door to the office lion of Southeast Asia, Including figure sitting In center stage In
creases the status of young The two said they left Clear- Miami civic club Wednesday Is plans of going on to 1 Key West open and that stripping from Viet Nam, and declared that a, ked chair.
lawbreakers. Public I a tlon of ago.Moro and his Cabinet took the water Sunday noon and made "based on m)' observations in but are more apprehensive of around the door had been pulled diplomatic relations with Red Slowly the figure rises pauses

names Is justifiable only when oath before President Antonio Sarasota that nigh! Despite traveling and talking." the weather now than they were loose. They notified the sheriffs China were necessary to bring Ida regard the audience to right
the safety of a community Is In Segnl at the Presidential Pal. alternating periods of calmclear Holley said he has "received when they tried out. So fir, office. It about and left Quietly but forcefullyhe

jeopardy," ace.'Rahobllltotlon' weather and squalls with guy numerous invitations to debate they said they have found Naples Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry and He poke just after France begins to speak. For 10 mln.utet .
Burns I have accepted all of had extended .
winds, they got to Boca Grande best of a nice place In which to relix.They're deputies Immediately began the diplomatic rscog.nttlnn he delivers excerpts, fromLlnroln'
them, but to the my to Communist China. lie
speeches dealing
Monday night and beached. '.) of relax which lasted the
Ing plenty investigation
knowledge Mr. Bums has acc.p.ted did not then suggest a four. liberty and freedom
As soon u they hit land, the none" ing. rest of the early morning hours.
' 1'1Judge There Is seldom the slightest
sound from the audiencesex..
Report Sales Tax
eIot| for cheers These ,:ome

Stanley'Unconvinced' Crime in America on the IncreaseCRIME Collections Up figure with a takes roar Its at the seat end, when the

TALLAIIASSEE (AP) The The champion viewer so far Is
State Revenue Commission col. one man who sat through seven
AND POPULATION CRIME CLOCKS1963 leclert $230O 4,9Z0 In sales taxes successive performances.There .
during the 1963 64 fiscal )'lIr. has been some confu.alon. ".
1958-1963 compared with $196,288,94 the .

440 HI CENT CHANGE OVU 1951i I previous The year.Increased collection ed An to elderly know, "What grandmother Is the want name,

Collier County Judge Richard mlnal court," and names are I ,0 () .(! were due largely to tax expan. of the actor who plays Lin.
M. Stanley, who also serves as withheld to ensure the 'best f r n -TL ..1mi ). ), !sill,,. effective July 1, IOC3. coin?"
judge of the juvenile court has surrounding conditions to re.
been following the pi'Int-or.don't. habilitate the youthful offender "P
print controversy with quite a A widely-held viewpoint of psy. UP 40 6 M M
bit of Interest.He chol oft it i and others who work MUIDER, rORCIILI Florida Demos Not Sold On
with youth It that some juvenile +10 SERIOUS CLIMES RAM OR MURDER
has several newspaper clip lawbreakers would be proud of fi .- 0 ASSAULT TO KILL II
pings on his desk that deal with publicity If names were allowedto 4 tech MIIII' One Every H*.r
the controversy, and says he Is be publish 11 One Every J Minvtft Bobby For VicePresidentver
not convinced that printing. of ju. And parents 01: these offenders 12
venue offenders' names would might not care at all whether I 12 12

help arrest the general IncreaseIn their names or their children's I r7''WI \ /?\ MIAMI (AP)-Many of Flor. head of the Peace Corps
crime Involving boys and girls names were printed, the judge I Id.i's ",8 Democratic national and a member of the Kennedy
under 17 years of age. aid. He quoted Lake County +20 ( ) ( cnc vmitlon delegates are pre- Lisa, "would give us someof
W.A. Milton CIIM, CATIHUMua 'VI 'VI pared to ruhberstamp President
juvenile judge : the benefits of the Kennedy
As he sees the law, Judge Oa OFUNSII rPu .
Stanley holds that newspapers "Irresponsible children come teooao 7 CLIME Johnson's choice of a 1964 cam. name" ,
are prohibited from prlntlnryoulhl' from Irresponsible homes." POPULATION DATE M t pain running mate. Gov Firrli Bryant declined
names in juvenile court Judge Stanley generally holds up 30% AGCKAVATEDASSAULT An Associated Press poll of to nami' a personal. preference,
Juvenile Court .Ioneach Mon. FOKCIILI RAPE lOltllY 32 of the delegates snowed moat but adcte
proceedings, except In the case
day at 2 p.m at the courthouse. would support anyone chosen by "I dot. 't i stunk/ putting Robert
of traffic violators.
Though court One 32 Mmirf One E. 4 MinvtM 0*' Every S Mice?.. ..
sessions are open to the public The public Is welcome, "pro. Inrf try the Preelilent\ to be the Demo. Kenned) n. the ticket would;
Information Is of a privileged Tided they com as persons hon. +10 crate, v t r' e presidential. unto Improvi the Democratic party'schances
Interested In the children's I ;lnei.. the "
stly 1 South.
nature, the judge explained. welfare." Those who are "sen There were, however a few Sal.'II.i Price Jr. of Bra
Any person violating the prl. tation seekers" arc not welcomethe 1 ex e4ons.| | demon;
vlleg I Is liable to be held In judge said. .(:::IIIII!)::: 3 ,0. .01 "I'm for most anybody except "I in.",? "t cone Into who Ida
of court ht warned. said
contempt Judge Stanley expressed sat. POPULATION Bobby Kennedy, Mrs. Mil. want. But can tell you who I
?rlnting of youths' names, It Isfactlon with The News' policy UP I', dred B. Feller of La Belie who don't want I don, think Robert
Is argued would direct public at. In covering juvenile court pro. I e M' added she would not vote for Kenned tould. te 'a good vlfce
tentlon to the child and to the ceedlngs. 0 --.J the attorney general 'if the Free. president. I dont want (Sen.)
This newspaper gives some details .. IUIGUIYOM : tg"J AUTO THEfT Went named him. 'I've had Hubert t 1'imphrey '
who then might exer. I I (ISO ) ), but
parents, of each case, and It. disposition us* 190 1961. 1962 196' enough of the Kennedys." I could jpport him. '.m '
else more control over their JtemJ OM feel MmuU On f h Mi/lute doevervthi
)2 fl(
but does not print tames frtry "I'm for anyone Lyndon John. In my power to MO
offspring of the juveniles appearing In juvenile Although U,S. populotKxt increased only) -8. per tent m free son chooses," said Robert E. that u la I t Robert Kennedy.
But Judge Stanley noted It court. In cases of youths of' committed 40 ci Ki, vies of Bradenton tut I 0< I IOlled. 23 ,
years, the number crimes ;jumped pr cent, These FBI statistics show how frequently venom types Bald. they Y
also Is argued that the whole transferred frow juvenile to 'five times. fatter than the growth in popvlation, occordmg to crime were committed in the United States during 1963. would i prefer to have it someon would ., rurtIt, y body .Jhi
or circuit courts, Dames :" other than Robert Ken. Pres 11"" selects
theory of Juvenile court Is re. county Met
habilitation not punishment. Ju. are available for publication, the Fll Director J, Edgar Hoover. According to the repent, serious crime. registered 01 'joeshebocrd -" ne' ," they '" to person!most Said,

nestle court "11 not a junior crl- judge noted. increase cf 10 per cent or. 1962. K.,owles said Sergeant Shrl .n. .. prefer

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tot NTY NEWS Thursday. July 2S. 1964

Spingler Makes Negroes Defy Wa9ner'sAppeals

Correction On I
,Navy Research I

I Sales Tax Law To End RiotsNEW

State tttes tax must be collected -
Possibility Of Skin Farms the first 12 monthsof YORK (AP) Negro ious spots lit the neighbor),
on rioting and looting and police adding to the tension.

WASHINGTON and muscular control to deal t lease, regardless of the I gunfire erupted again during Helmeted police waving
biological scientists (AP-Navy with ;: length of the lease State Reve It the night despite a broadcast by ticks, charged the white tei., i
are serious. emergencies without being t
ly dreaming of some day m... harmed." nue Commission director J, Ed II I Mayor Robert F. Wagner for agers. Other policemen esrorti ,

log men "temporarily superhu Jennings also told of plon er., Straughn says.Straughn [I peace and order.Police the Negro pickets to a sutnu
man" in strength and muscular log studies on the cultivation or, wrote a letter to Naples I shot and wounded station three blocks away. Tin

control by giving I'-err cheml. growth of animal and human City Attorney David j i three Negroes and arrested 122 march took 15 minutes, and j'

Cal,, it wu disclosed today. cal; out d. the body Splngler. asking for a "correc- ,, In the Bedford-Stuyvesant sec.tlon each cross street the whiti <

They also are speculating tion or clarification" of Splng- of Brooklyn in the fifth hurled more missiles, strlkii,.

about eventual development of; "Such cultures develop ler's interpretation of the state _* straight night of disorders In the police as often as the pick
--''Skin farm." characteristics which are not the city. ets.
these would
sales law. had
tax Solrieler told
be vast supplies of exactly like the cells and tissues Police said about 200 store The fray left the street
grown from Individual skin, found in the body. When enough t realtors' group June 30 and j p windows were smashed during around police headquarter
In special chambers, and kept cells In has been learned about the factors City Council July 8 that leases the night in the section, raising strewn with broken glass and

readiness for use In mass. dl. which control the growth of longer than a year were not ,I the total to nearly 500 In the other debris.

sasters. and differentiation of, let us subject to sales tax. city.The A policeman and a lounr

-"Instant acclimatization" say, skin cells, It may be possl. Splngler said he was"Inerror trouble broke out in Har. woman picket were Injured by

the ability to make a fighting! ble to have 'skin farms' to In my Interpretation of the state lem Saturday night after a missiles III the melee The

man adjust to the terrific heat which the physician can turn for sales tax law." On the first white police lit "tenant, fatally were treated at hospitals and

of a desert In minutes or hours replacement parts when large year of any rental!, regardless of I I shot a 13.year.oH Negri boy released.!

rather than In days or weeks by numbers of casualties are', the term, sales tax must be collected last Thursday. The lieutenantsaid In Brooklyn, a, crowd brought to him after natural
giving him special drugs. man-made holocausts." or for the first year, the attorney : the youth was coming at posed mostl' of Negro teen.agers
him with a knife. The disorders gathered mound
These are concededly long said a (truck
range Ideas, whose realization Dr. Leonard M. Ubber, chiefof term Is Wednesday.than If the have centered for the pest t two with a loudspeaker and jeered
longer one year nights in the predominantly Ne. offlc lals the
could come only from break ONR's physiology branch, of Jvatlonal Assoc u
throughs on tough research outlined the theoretical conceptof no sales tax Is collected after gro Bedford Stuyvesant.. lion totthe Advancement of

problems still under intensive druff-lnduced "Instant accll.i the first 12 months expire. ; t trict. Colored People as theapi*.... -'

study,_ They were outlined In a l i matlzatlon' for men suddenly Straughn asked Splngler for ,, ::: Wagner, who cut short a Eu. to Negroes to get off the streets
special issue of "Naval Re. transported by aircraft from a the clarification since our ropean trip, went on radio and Police dispersed the i' ,
search Reviews," a publication i temperate climate into the see. tgents there (Naples) are meet- : ', television and said continued Thlrtj.five Negro leade t.
of the Office of Naval Research,, thing heat of adesert. Ing considerable resistance In ;1 'v .{4; : : < 1'NEI disorders could set back Negro who attended a meeting\ II';' tlm
In one Dr. and civil rights programs for B e d ( 0 r d-Stujvesant; Section
report, Robert IC. In the quest for such a br.... getting tax compliance becauseof ,
Jennings, head of ONR's bioche.mlstry .'' through, he said, scientists at the apparent misunderstandIng ( Teltphoto half a century. said In :a resolution that 'the
branch, described basic "Law and order are the Ne. people i'an; no longer lie ;r,'
research to explain the chemls. the Naval Medical Research In. HARLEM STORE GUARDED-Armed and helmeted police stand guard inside the Har gro's best friend-make no mis.take strained"

try of muscle action. stltute, Bethesda, Md., are lem A & P Supermarket prevent looting. Windows had been broken in earlier rioting about that," he said. "The The leadeis demanded, an ,

Among the possible benefits if doing basic research on the hy.. Teamsters Union opposite of law and order Is dleiue wIth the mayor In Be''

this research Is successful, he pothalamus-the body's Ingenious mob rule, and that Is the way foi d-Stu\'vesant and made

said: thermostat determinehow Accept New Auto The of tinKu Klux Klan and the lIumber' other demands, I
this brain Racial
"We may be able to deal information to the organ nervous and night riders and the lynch city officials to improve the, .4 i
more effectively with (muscle chemical of the Hauling Contract mobs. of Negroes and Puerto loans
and nerve) poisons an enemy messengers WASHINGTON (AP) Team. Some 150 Negro leaders in a In Harlem, police raided tlheadquartets ,

might employ against us; we body.ONR 'sters Union headquarters said rare display of unity among! of the Blailc Ntionallst .
may be able to treat diseases Is supporting related In. (today 18 striking Eastern locals Negroes DiscountReds' Doesn't their various factions demand. group headed by Mai<1

which incapacitate men today; vestlgatlons of techniques where. ,have voted to accept a new con. Rights Act Va reServe ed the Immediate ouster of Po. colm X III a room at the Hotel

and we may even learn how to by various drugs are Injected.tract with auto hauling firms InfluenceIn lice Commissioner Michael J. Theresa, 125th Street. ;and SevThe
create who directly Into the area of the hy. Murphy. 'I1th Avelllle_
men are temporarily and are being notified to returnto ,' Race
superhuman in their strength pothalamus. I work. RiotingNEW Wagner, In his speech, ex. *' said they seined a loaded

"Tha vote was favorable for Valid Says YORK (AP-Top city Negroes Dressed "comolete- confidence" rifle and more than 100 rounds' ,

settlement," said a spokesmanfor officials say Communists had a in Murphy, a former beat pa. of ammunition.
hand trolman who obtained a law de. The raM was made at 3
Teamsters' President James in starting New York's racial a.m.
R. Hoffa. riots, but Negro leaders dls. gree before advancing to his today on the basts of an IMOM,, >'

r NOON A STOCKSNEW He said the exact tally among U.S. CourtATLANTA count or minimize the Commun.1st Says Cafe Man $33,000 a year post. mous tip to the New loik J0111.ital.Ameriai '.

the approximately 4,000 mem. role. In Washington, Rep. Adam No one was in

bers of the IS locals Is not yet: Ga. (AP-Own. Mayor Robert F, Wagner told JACKSONVILLE (AP) Two Clayton Powell, a Harlem Ne. the raided room.

known, but that a majority had I era of a restaurant and a motel reporters Wednesday night St. Augustine restaurant own. gro Democrat, said the violence Mayor Wagner, who looked

YORK (AP)-Stocks at noon; voted to accept the latest contract 'are preparing to appeal to the there was "some evidence" of ers told U.S. District Court they represented "the built-in, con. weary after his s|'eecl>' tril'
resentment of the black
proposals.The U.S. Supreme Court the land. communist Involvement. He turned Negroes away becauseof tlnulng home and main lioius;: of t'outer
AWl Chal 5istl. Fla PIL 711 N.Am Av 411 vote was the third one i mark decision by a three.Judge declined further comment, but fear and business pressures. people of the black ghetto of em,'e with aides, m.iile ,' fi'i'vonlaiipcal

Alcoa 611I/. Ford 53'/. Penney 5111 taken since the Eastern confer' Federal court upholding constl. said the FBI had supplied Information The defendants suggested: In a New York" against police poll. for law .11111, opk-i, In his
Am Air 47'/. Frmst Da locals from New I "of the Inter. cles. radio and television .
12',4 Pa RR 35'1. end England iutlonallty of the new Civil greatest motion that the judge/ refer the al'pe.irana
Am Brk 11111/ Sul to North Carolina went strike est." He said the violence could be .
351,4 Pep Col 601,4 on i Rights Act. cass to the community relations
AmBdPar 41',4 Freuh Tr 335/. Ph111 Pet 55".4 several weeks ago. "I think justice will\ prevailand Roy Wilkins, head of the Na. service newly rrl'atl"dundl'r "ended before the sun goesdown" He said continued disorders

Am Can 447/s GenDyn 30',4 RCA 32',4 The latest vote had been or. we will be given a favorable tlonil Association for the Ad. the Cil RtgHs Act and heated If Wagner would; set up could set aik Negro "piocremand /

Am Cyan 663f. GenEl 85'/. Rep SII 45 dered by Hoffa. verdict by the Supreme Court," vancement of colored people, by former Guy LeRoCollins- a non-police board to review. other Ivll rights progianis
Am Mot 14'1 Gen Fda llilti Revlon 34'A The strike had tied up deli,. said Lester Maddox, proprietor said that "raising the Commun. of Florida. charges of police brutality; aasign half a tentuiy.

AT&T 71I% Gen Mills 41',4 R.y Tab 42'/. cry of thousands of new cars. of the Plckrtck Restaurant. 1st cry won't solva very much at The judge did not rule on the a Negro police captain to The mayor said President

Am Tot 34 Gen Mtrs 114'/ StR'eP 3OS4 Moreton RoUeston., bead of this time" motion before hearing the cast. the troubled Harlem precinct;; Johnson telephoned him
Amps Cp 171/. Goodrich 1131/' Selboarel 53'4 the Heart of Atlanta Motel Wilkins said "provocateurs"may suspend Lt. James R. Gllllgan,' Wednesday and authoi l/ed him
Anaconda n Goodyr 43% Sears 11115,4 Wants Compulsory Corp., said he would abide by have been Involved, but the Russell R. Allen Jr., operator who shot the Negro youth; ex. to state that the assignment of

Armour 411 Or.yhnd 26'/. Sinclair 47lti Retirement At 70 the order but would appeal 1m.mediately rioting was not part of any plan. of Rusty's restaurant, said Wed.1 pand the jurisdiction of grand I I FBI agents to New Yoik City

Babcock 331h Gult Oil 1181/. Socony 841Betb The Rev. Richard A. Hllde. nesday he refused Negro groups juries to include "misuse of police -, was "solclv to assist support

Stl 37lti Hon'w.U 1331ti SouthnC 641,4 For U.S. Justices The men commented Wednesday brand, president of the city because he feared loss of tradeor authority," and stop assigning , and supplement what a, III' ..11.I .

Boeing 11514 lot Han 8OS/ Sp.rryR 14',4I shortly after the judge Is. branch of the NAACP, said violence from third parties. rookie policemen to i I rearix ,doing In tin\ <>f muut.

I 3qrdet ,7934> '", Jut Nick IOS,4 StBrand 17!Ya WASHINGTON (AP-A man. .sued Injunctions\ against ejr C9l"yn\lItI\ t.s u..ha've come in Louis S. Connell, operator of Harlem. Inc; ibc,' tin..e.,it* .IJ'' I.wlnd.or.

BrJloswk 0 9'', lilt Pap 32% 6tO NJ 87-, datory retirement age of 70 for establishment In the first..two.': a.UIJ':1be..r! sinned, "but the the Santa Maria restaurant, A grand jury Is lnvesttgatitfthe .,'th't-l'i' 't"t' J' .M ""ouI.
Cater Tr '34 ;.; Jone.&L 81 Studebak 71ti "U.S. supreme Court Justiceshas court tests of the newlaw1.The ouabffik ".*..'44dtitknedua.II said he wai afraid. shooting by'dlllganl '. "i. J\Vag"erl-lald FBI larector, J.

Celanese ,7114 Kail Al 37'A Swift 83',4 been suggested by Rep. effective date 6f the Injunctions Telling how he saw a Negro Negro Harlem has a population Edgar Hoover has supplied,1 Po.
Charles E. Bennett D Fla. group approach his restaurant
Chrysler 523/4 lice
K.n'cott 841/. Texaco 80".4 was delayed until Aug. of some 300,000. Commissioner Michael J,
'CocaCol 136 lAg I My 803,4 Thiokol 141,4 Bennett said Wednesday, "A 11 to allow time for aypealsRolleston : Five Killed In on a pier and a white group Police headquarters gave Murphy "with certain, Infornw. ,
Com Ed 53 .och'd factor in the decay of our moral around the seawall nearby, Con. tlon whl< h Is of
% 333/4 tI Carb 125% filed suit against the these figures on the five days of gieatest Interestand
Con Edis 93 Lorillard 44311 fibre Is the strange decisions block enforce nell said: disorders use."
to :
Cant Can 521ti Ma&vol 30'4 tin tlnlt Fruit Alre 22 4'7'1.% of the "Supreme Court In recent ment of the law within two Central Florida admitting"I was it.scared" ; I don't mind Harlem-1 dead, 118 injured This cryptic remark wistak.en .

Dow Che 723f. MM&M 813f. tiS Steel 58lti years. hours after it was signed on ((82 civilians, 36 policemen), 202 III some quarters 4 ref.
of He said he locked the door.
He said the bizarre
DuFont 2643Mohllco 14'/ some July 2 by President Johnson. arrested and 117 property dam. eren'e to the statement by City
tlnlv Mat lsn,
AccidentsBy Later he said he
Auto admitted
decisions of the federal courts two
3Z% Monl'to 811/ W.strEi 33% Maddox was sued by three age Incidents. President Paul R. Stre.
E.Kodak UOS4 Mont Wel 311 Wlnn Dix 38% probably would cease If federal Negroes he chased from hit res. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Negroes and seated them but Bedford-Stuyvesant dead, vane, who was inline during

Flrellon.401Nat' Dalr 851ti Woolwth 2111/. judgea were required to retireat taurant at gunpoint on July 3. Five persons were killed in his waitresses refused to serve 16 InJured (6 civilians.. lOoollce. Wacner'a uhKam.,. in r-- ,,'...

FlaPw 511,4 Nat Dlst 27',1 70. The Negroes later were joinedby central Florida accidents them. men,' 227 arrested, 371 property that the Harlem disorders,; were
Allen testified that after refus.
the Justice Department. Wednaadav.One damage Incidents.In Imlteil in |>art by "Communists
-- Both suits questioned the con. died In an auto mishap, Ing service to a group at hisfather's Manhattan, 500 white tOel,. and other fringe gioups,"

stltutlonallty of the public ac. another when struck by a rail place, he got in his car agers pelted Negro demonstrator Wagner said! the killing' : of the
and chased two white
commodations sections of the road engine and a third when men he outside police headquarters. Negro" boy by the white! /police
had earlier with
hit by lightning. seen Negroes. A police charge broke up lieutenant a week ego tcxla out.
law.Basic He said he hit one of the white
arguments In each case Vivian Louise Clay, 17, Bar. the mob. stele a school III Yorkvllle |

no defrosting' ever hinged on whether Congress had tow, was thrown from her car men.Willie Boldan Negro of Savannah Harlem, however, was quiet- about two miles from Harlem!
constitutional authority to enact and killed when It spun out of even quieter than on a normal "raised questions about tin

the law. The court disposed 01 control a mile east of Auburn. Ga., field secretary for summer Wednesday night, police responsibility ami Iwhavlor" of
the Southern Christian Leader
this issue before ruling on the dale. said the police

law's application.The Alvin C, Troutt, 68, Plant City ship Conference and plaintiff in There were no riot arrests. No Wagner, however, expressed
decisions were handed Seaboard Airline Railroad em.1 the actions, said two white men police shots were fired. No complete confidence In Police

I il flI:1i: : ;' : down by Chief Judge Elbert P. ploye, was killed when struck hit him and a white companion streets were sealed off in the Commissioner Murphy,
as they walked on the pier from
, Tuttle of the 3th U.s. Circuit by a switching engine nearBradley the Santa Maria restaurant. nation's largest Negro commu. In addition to the tePOl'ts that
I Court of Appeals and District Junction. city, where violence had Hired Communists have had a hand In
Boldan said he asked
I t .- Judges Lewis R. Morgan and Horace Noal, 37, Davenport, sheriff Jackie deputy for four nights In a row follow. the disorders, there were re.
III. to
Frank A. Hooper was struck by lightning and killed Hugas arrest Ing the fatal shooting of a IS- ports that radical right-wing'
the attackers but
1 1I They said that motels and res. while working la a citrus Hugas didn'tdo year-old Negro boy by a white groups have Instigated part of
/ I L h ::::1T\1 taurants offering to serve Inter. grove near Louehman. police lieutenant. the' clashes between poliie and
Similar Injunction suits in.
JL "IE I 4 \, state travelers can be brought Harvey Pltzer, a fertilizer Police arrested 122 NegroesIn Negroes.
volvlng 19 other St.
I. plant worker was killed at Tam. Augustine
: under Interstate commerce rer. the Brooklyn disorders Several Negro leaders In liar.
'H : ulatlons as the act directs and 1 pa when he fell into the rotary restaurants are scheduled for Wednesday night and early to. lem have said that Communist

; I therefore cannot discriminate ,
...... ..,II I gredlents into the mixer Another delayed suit claims has been
-.0; ) against Negroes. lyn arrest total to 227 since the minor.
-'> ', rj'("'l- --................ James Duett 25 of Lakeland a vast conspiracy exists In St.
.- p. ,. 'It is clear that the definition trouble began. Charges Included The Communist party of New
ti. '' ; 'I. _-4! Includes the Plckrlck," the'was killed at Winter Haven Augustine by an em. felonious assault, looting from York State said In a statement

:.f", f' '.' 1;.. I' .........,. court held. "This Is the limit of'when a truck struck him. plre to prevent the plaintiffs, stores and rilsnrilerll conduit. that Screvane's >'haree about
J : :: -: Martin Luther King and other -
I .. J the case. Congress had the pow.- About 200 store windows were Communist influence .was a
f' :
... . I "c:: effect that segregation in this Kefroes. from securing: their "
er to this far smashed total of "monstrous lie,
;i : go making a
: ;::: .._ : I : ;- ; ',) All three judges concurred in particular restaurant affects Civil rights. 400 since the disorders started. The statement added:
-..... --- ,. commerce because of the fact Judge Bryan Simpson granted
....: both Injunctions.In Many in the Brooklyn crowds "Mr.' Screvane's big tie Is an
one petition in the case when he
that 'a substantial of
- -- a special concurring opln. portion headed for home or other shel. Incitement to a police force that
ion, Hooper said It appearedthat food which it serves has movedIn agreed to block by an order ter when rain started late In the cannot but reflect the racist policies .
'any trespass or unwelcome
with/ a modemREFRIGERATORFREEZER I INO-FROSIi I the Pick rick came within commerce. guest trials In St. Johns County night. of an administration:
cc! In the motel decision the
: the law since it offered t to serve The Brooklyn violence erupt Ious of the rJemotratlc demandsof
Court of King and other plain-
court held there was no need tc 1-
Interstate travelers by virtue of ed less than three hours after its Negro citizens."
the of dlscrlm. tiffs. They ask federal court to
justify outlawing :
its location and t sign on a ma. Mayor Robert F. Wagner madea
Inatlon that the take jurisdiction away from the
jor route. on the ground television and radio appeal for
However added business is actually in the state. and declared "Law and
Hooper ; peace :
You'll enjoy a "supermarket" in your kitchen 'The majority opinion rules in stream of commerce. Judge Simpson also quashedan order are the Negro's best State Department

with this! popular double-door 2-in-l appliance. attempt to revive a case friend. The opposite of law and Has Leak
heard last month asking federal Says
,.. : A modern refrigerator to safekeep fresh foods for court to order Cov. Farris Bry. order is mob rule, the way of ,

everyday use. Plus a true zero-cold food freezer ; ant and Col. H. N. Kirkman, the Ku" Klux Klan and the lynch RuskIn Roof

with adequate storage for today' demands of mob.
; space director the Florida Highway
The Democratic (AP) -S.cre.
(and Ice cubes galore.) Patrol, to give more protectionto
Interrupted a trip to Europe and tary State Dean Rusk disclosed .
' Plenty of room to stock up on meat "specials"and civil rights demonstrators.This flew home Tuesday, announceda a state secret Wednesdaynight.
E. case was put aside with
freezer "bargains. ) program to end racial viol .
out decision when the civil \
Bigger inside, smaller outside, today's no-frost : : end and promised Increased ef. The terrace atop {he State De.
____ rights act was passed July 2.
: electric Refrigerator-Freezers hold so much more forts to end slum conditions, to partment building, which over.
- -' take less recruit more Negroes for the looks much of downtown Wash.

7a.' -yet up space. ( ,'Tha/iki; to alt oQrycuitomeri: who' 'e made our police force and to review Inlton.;. la not _ivitlohla. __n In__ "uasts_____ .
; Best of all have ** .
never to defrost -
you alabiIt'.f' \ + \ charges of police brutality. because it is under repair.:
- 0 .
because frost can't form in either section. < f Somebody GoofedOn Wagner later told newsmen Apologizing at a' formal din.

See the no-frost electric Refrigerator-Freezers business grow, we rtow have a pretty new office that there Is "some evidence"of ner for Malaysia's visiting

and separate Freezers in a variety of colon at ." I Picnic Date Communist Instigation of the Prime Minister Tusks Abdul
appliance dealer's. Generous trade-in allow aVouna'the racial rioting. Rahman, Rush aide terrace
your corner from ut old location.llpiliiii NOR1H GRANBY, Conn. : I
A crowd of 500 had begun to leak
whiteteenagers /'Jbese
ance; convenient terms. ., I te-y: >" .v. n (AP>-4t rained at the company
threw eggs, bottles, us cri the famous sevwiil floor,"
.. . .. ... .... .. .. ..... ... ...... .. ... ... . . '" We'd like ,to invite you to stop 'rn' and disCuis' plcnie company Wednesday said It might.just as the stones and tin cans at about 200 where he and his fop aides have

: HO MILLION RATE REDUCTION : I ? .1 j-v P- The company? Travelers Negro pickets outside city police their offlcesC? ]f , ** ,

: Now more thin ever whol.lot cti.lperto ALL.LECTRIC .. : II 'O{" ; : j '*" Weather Service, specialists in headquarters In Manhattan "This" Is dangerous to say, I
10 your, exterminating) pj-olen'Vwrrru! } $ at" Wednesday night know, Rusk said. "It opens the
than to use a combination of servicas Electricity costs so little yet does ( I forecasting and meteorology.Since A half. lozen pickets allied way for our Republican friends

: :. 10 much for the enjoyment of modern Florida living) .: //j.' with the Congress of Racial,to say that the Republicans built
., '" .... .. ... .. .... ......... ... ... . .. . .... .... .. . '.'.' 'a. 536PdrkSt., : York Equality were hit by eggs. the State Department and Itworked
..,,'; '''t World a1 t II, New The white teen-agers, who ap. fine and then the Demo \
J j /
ljkftameless t: .. Cm has put up as much new of-1,parently weto from the Italian crate got la and I' began to
7a 1t ) && /
u41 c i'( NO-RISK, CHEMICAL CO. flee space t. Chicago, Lot American neighborhood around leak.". ,- !
,Oigetgs and San Francisco comhmed -
sew '''",,/1 PtUN IV,It police headquarters shouted
; In 196' store, 9.080.,"Niggers r home" and "Com. The spankrtamily contain* I
POWER MI24j48.r' .
LIGHT I COMPANY, buildiff co 1"; $900 million ,munlsts must go." more breed than any other I

,:1'I. ,,, wtr* iiMiiptcu! ; Firecrackers popped at Tar. dog family }.

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Thur day, July :21, Wl C OLL1ER COUNTY NEWS 3
Scout Jamboree

7arf Ends Today With ;i.rverfYlade8 f .. :J.vedJ8 t , :, I

@JVaplcs (! Ifl'iir Johnson's Visitv 0 .' y- I

v \LLE\ ', Pa tAPIt. )- lu Judi ua Weldon r- .'
} / Jrjeach s now or never for 53.1 24 Rm '''-'
s.'out to make the best soup'
fin Bought.after shoulder |ut<'he ,,
By Mary A. Foster MI I.S361 !> and insignia from all 50
states and 43 foreign countries\ ,
The regular monthly meeting Thank goodness, they were not Their weeklong encampment)
the Naples Park Area Assocla.tton Injured. 01 1,900 .sires of rolli" lulls
will be held next Thursday Nice to hear from Herman ind villeM where Geoin'.: 0

night July 30, at 8 p.m. Do Warner up In Pomerov, Ohi Wa. \\ncton'* I olonl I 1 II 1 Id, ,,, ,
make an effort to Ittl'lhl. and glad to know he is doing so littered, In 1777.78'nds tonuit +e's ,
Mighty clad to see more of our well after his surgery. He sends limited ba visit from PrE' I.
friends and neighbors returning his regards to all his friendsIn y dent Johnson, the nation No 1
safe and sound from vacations. this area."Hello" 4 s,outer. .III
This past week Mr. and Mrs. to the Warren J.D. The grand finale will lie .1>
Jack Sherer of Oak Avenue, Van. Gearys of 104th Avenue up in mammoth i ,if"'tt\t\ In an open,
derbllt Beach returned from their summer home In Tafton, f fI in area" Klatch will 'featurerteMirm
about five weeks In the north. Pa They are taking life easy I dnwn i between a i
They spent some time with their this year, and It won't be long u. nit !hoot, ,.Inv and a closing
daughter, and grandchildren before they will return. i uidle ,If' II''>: ,eremoin III"
In Maryland some time Mrs. Lottie Woznlak, of 100th \v 'ili'h rl.,., '' out will light .1 t .
In Richmond Va. Then Mr. Avenue, returned last weekend mdle\ .l '111 i ii\ ing the name M
Sherer drove to Danville, Dl.,, after several weeks vacation. imettv ."I'itl i' II", I".
to visit with his mother. First stop was with her son John "Iul i Is lionoimi. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Quite Leonard and family In Washing.ton I, t eslih., I I f II.i Ek" Seoul of KUIIYRN SLAUGHTER GARY GARRETT
of 104th Avenue are home after D,C., where she met one of Amerli "f\'el. |resident I*-
pending eight weeks up north. her grandsons Ralph Markwardeof lie him since 1910-will fl\ to Pictured are Kathryn sliughU Vac atlon BIWeSchool at the Ever.
First was a visit with their child the U.S. Navy, and together ) M tie ).imlK""e* from the White er and Car' Carrett, the two glades Baptist Chapel beginning
r.n. Mr. and Mrs. William Quote,, they went to Buffalo N.Y., to kf v douse Uu i. A crowd Of 100,000 P.T.A. sponsored young peoplefor August 3, then there will be only
and family In Wlckllffe, Ohio; visit her daughters and the rest ... i' e\it, 'te I to see and hear him. the "Florida Youth Work two more weeks to get everything1
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harrison of the family. Then she and her .r 1 Frt
and family and Mr. and Mrs. daughters came back to New York lOuts will move out of thpl1'iI week. The 12th: annual workshop gust 31.
Robert Schulfert In Euclid, Ohio. to see her sister Martha sail for I t F i special (nines, bound for was held Judy 13.18 on (tile ram. The Aubrey Morris family
They then visited Mr. Quate's Germany. They then spent sever ,1 tllln) bus and air terminals pus of University of Florida. plans to leave Friday afternoonfor
brother and wife Mr. and al days at the World Fair One 1 u yt '16 1 The rest depict on Siilurdn, "No Man Is An Island" was this a imeweek vacation visitingwith

Mrs. Thomas Quote, In Cleve. of the highlights of her trip toiew ---- - - )'ear'.. theme with emphasis on her family Orlando and his
land, Ohio, and his .sister and ) York was having dinner at Unity In the schools". There family In Tlfton Ga, Aubrey has, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mama Leona. Now back to Buffi. ('r r.- ''J jJ; iLI were 200 high school students to be back to begin his duties assupervising
Crowder In Flncastle, Va.| also 10 for three more weeks, before ft i Qj In ,attendance, representing of principal of the Ever.
Mrs. Quate's sisters In Virginia. returning to Naples and home. fleers .>f service clubs, student glades schools August 3rd.
Then on to Clark N.J., to see One little note of praise for \'" FUN, \ Councils, ett Jimmy and Pat Whidden and
friends, then to the World's Fair. Mrs. Woznlak tMsllttleladydoes There was a well rounded pro. children have returned to this

After all their travels they were most of her traveling by bus, and S'h -- = --- ------ _.;:" f l gram of speeches and discussion area and are living on Choko.
really happy to arrive home In has seen quite slot of this country ,. groups with plenty of time for loskee Island. He Is captain of
quite but Naples ,1 Cm" MOWS Mf
Naples Park. of ours. A widow this energetic I... toll f recreation and "swap shop" the large fish boat "Eddie Boy"
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phillipsof lady sure gets around and I ad. members arc getting ready for ft, Here, Mrs. Tom Abbott is seen taking (Idea exchanging)} The group and was down last year dur.
Channell Drive, Vanderbilt mire her for it, She always has her first Christmas raid order for 1961 from Mrs. F. W. Shick (standing Mill tl I lOR 1111,1) III !I. heard a judge speak! on "Youth log the pompano season.

B.ach. left Naples on June 5th lots to talk about. ). Sale of the Christmas cards by the auxiliary got under way a Juries" telling the pros and Jesse Drowning, History tea.
for an extended visit In the north Looks like the news this week few days ago. (NEWS photo) Sol. ".. ti111. '- ...1'I'. \ I '' ''' cons of youth juries for youth ctier at the high school, has com.
with their two sons, Mr.and Mrs. has been spent on welcominghome for side11'' ,''.11I\1 .. "L" law violators A panel of principals pleted a six weeks summer
Robert Hallan In Freeport UK, our vacationists and keep. discusses the relationshipof school at Edison Junior College
N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert log track of the sick ones. Cold CVuUn" I'l.UUi uiui. !\.I.l\t students and admllll l rallon. In Fort Myers, He studied Amero
Phillips and grandchildren Mrs. MarreShaler of IIZnd Avenue Staff of Life Not for Laurie RolU\ V.4t In New Hyde Park, L.I., N.Y. is also home and convalesCe Cherry F.u11O ,Ho . "iitvCllrKrtt Ing ,
Of course, one of their big OCt Ing and we are glad she is doingso Stale School Superintendent Naomi Lewis and children are
easlons was the trip to the Fair. well. to come. "She'll be different eta I KIMI I RS Thomas Bailey gave a "speech fn. staying In Tarpon Springs sev.
Mrs. Lloyd Carr also of Van. If you cannot get me on the time when she will want to he 1 round min'I rvtl ilurru' "* titled "What Kind of Education: eral weeks this summer, Her

derbllt Beach made the motor telephone will you please re. like the other girls," 2 tuhlefcplHHIM, Mlg.llI Are You Oc>ttlnr," husband, Prince, Is shrimping
trip north with the Phillips to lay your articles to Mrs. Betty f Mrs. Carpenter' saving grace I rltter 'ItuiurUse Giving an Idea ot subjects dls. out from that port and they are
visit some of her family and the Halllcy at MI2.3383. She will be has been that cooking always has theme atilt otceic. .11- cussed there were speeches and allying with him 'til time for
Fair. Mrs. Carr returned sometime most happy to take your news for been her hobby. "I do love to lashed: wash and il,\ ago by plane to Naples. On me. Many thanks again for your cook: thank goodneas," shesays ) CurffulK "'ncrl..hrrry and cope ol btudent! Councils",'' Gary Drown of Immokalee
their return trip Mr. and Mrs. Items, and until next week, remember piu, VrmMd ..iutriiH IhlIu.r 1 I Values of Recreation In TeenCenters" spent Monday and Tuesday with
Phillips stopped In South Caro. those that are ill In your ., ..w.u.r"rte. : let I Muni 1 VI) miitniii.Um .,, "Melbourne's High his grandmother Edith Clifton.
Una to see another son, Mr. and prayers and may the Good Lord r and dip "".h %l.h'nIlIh''; School's Drop.out Committee", Tuesday afternoon, the Eric Wei
Mrs. Walter Phillips Jr., and watch over all of you and keep Afraid To Go Imur It,ill.,. .r, 1 Irv lit h..1 i lur 1 "Youth In Government", "AI'OoI don family took him back home toDurdlne's
Mr. Phil. fit J70) .Ielll u*..II"r t I" 4 minute When
their three you well. hoi and Youth", and "Now ranch where his cousin
lope Jr. Is a retired Army ma. f or until golden hnmn, I IIr."n'1 I was Your Age". On Friday an Jtffwlll stay for several days.
Jor. The senior Phillips arrlv. In Home Alone im alwrlwnl paper Vru wilt election was held for officers There Is something extra special
ed hone on July 13th and as Report Smoke lemon nine: for next year's workshop about getting off out In the middleof
with all of us after our travels Charcoal Broiling | At Night? Fritter Bats.,, Sill, loinlHH, I' Gary president of the Peta "God's somewhere" and not
and visits are over It's alwaysso cup tifUd lion I U',IS''"." I'll- Club staled he enjoyed It and being site lu hear much of our
to como home. is ing powdti.. I h "i"i"i! .ul I.!' tasted longer Katli but
good Causes No Harm ATLANTA AP) This wished It had manmade machinery, canlisten
congratulations are In soil I turtli'spoons siiy,'it. Iti,,il. I 1
Warm Council to
how a young woman, fearful of . ryn Student lo, and enjoy nature I
for Mr.; and Mrs. Nestor 1U effects egg with 14 ip i,"ilk 1 i" .m i nice that she tell the
order CHICAGO No re. driving atone atnifht.hts solved says It was very It's fullest As you can ,
of 101st Avenue on the bine, add tin "i 11110 i att.., "ii' ,"Jl', .II' considers
Aymong suiting from charcoalbroiledfood l lIz lw her dilemma! seated beside her enjoyed U a lot and entire family thoroughly enjoy.
birth of a new granddaughter have been reported In man, t now Is a tall, broad-shouldered l" iwllhln, -n' 'fir I i.,1,1..i 'i' 'ii a big help as she learned a lot ed the evening there. \

born July 8th to their son and according to Dr. Philip L.White, 'man, Vis hat ,elamped: : down_ on melt"dlIIl"1! ?i ug.uin'Al of new Ideas from other atudpnt Pvt Curtis Smatlwond a wheel ..
wife, Mr. and Mrs Nestor Ay. Be.. D.:, aeretaryoftheAmerican his head. council> n mechanic. In the U.s. Army, Is
raong Jr., Of Bayshore, ''L.I., Medical Association Council on He's a plastic: model. As a member of the P.TA home on a 30-lay leave He flew
N.Y. The new baby Joins her Foods and Nutrition. "At night, it's fairly impossible your reporter feels the $150 In. Into Miami last Saturday from Ft.
three sisters and brother. Her The smoke which arises when to tell man's a vested In the leadership of these Lewis near Tacoma, Wash.Aftera
name? Why It'. pretty Claudia drippings hit live charcoal usedin my whopreferred two fine young people was well, month's visit with his wife
Anne Aymong who weighed In outdoor grills is primarily model anonymity."Before say the .woman spent The Inspiration received 1 Glunda and parents Mr. and Mrs.;
at eight pounds. from Incompletely combusted fat, In these workshops carries over Glen Small wood, he will leave for
I him men
Dr. White explained in the cur. into the school term and I* seen 1 I Oakland, Clalf From there ho
FEELING BETTER rent Today's Health magazine used to drive up next to my car In the way the clubs handle their will be shipped to Korea.
Know many of Mr. Troy Hall's published by the AMA. *. I work night and am on the meetings.TO.
friends and neighbors will be glad "It is called thermal decom. streets late going home and
to know he Is much better. He Is position because fats begin to whistle Or say something In. BE ORDAINED FASHION INSPIRED

still In the Jackson Memorial break down at temperatures uiu .ultln,. Several time I've been Word has been received from BY STEELWORKERS
Hospital In Miami. Room 217. der those required for ignition, followed Margaret and Carl Webb that Nl YORK IAP SleelpUnt
A note of cheer will help him he said. "But sine I got my man, their son Jimmy Is being ord.ln worked mv wetting a f.hhion
along In his recovery.Mr. "The sane thing happens when LAURIE PEEKS. . b-year-old Laurie Carpenter' whois they'll glance at u* snd away ed as a deacon In the Flr t pap suite f"r Children without knowing .

and Mrs. Carl Sine, of frying fat begins to smoke when allergic/ << to rye, barley and wheat, eketkt up on what without a second look" she list Church !In Warner Robins, iI. Huorement orsnge

VanderbIlt Beach, had as guestsfor overheated. her mothet.Mrt. Carolyn Carpenter, It baking laugha. Ga, on July ZCth.Mrs. colored gloves. wen hy h.fety
10 days, Carl's sister and "It has been shown that tat, To make him more real, she Lois Cuff of Orlando minded Met I worker* hot HUN*
family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry which is partially decomposedby sticks cigar in his mouth spent the weekend with herdaugh they i an he pttn from a mile
Bolles, with Dana, Rhonda Gayla heat.produces substances sus. By MARGARET WILSON Unlit of course. ter Mary Frances Morris and away, have eltrated, attention
and Carla of Jamestown, N.Y.petted of being hazardous. How. ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) Imagine a birthday party Where did she buy him' "From family on Allen Avenue Accompanying tin' yountsierN. "S'"eltN.' ."
Jack C* f ally,son of Mrs.Fred ever, no Incidences of harm without cake and ice cream a school lunchbox withouta a department store. He used to Mrs. Goff were her son published hy American Iron and

Hennlng of 93rd Avenue under traceable to food have been reported sandwich or spaghetti and meat balls without the ,race their windows," Carl and family, also of Orlando Steel Institute repurm that
went surgery last Wednesday at in man. For that matter, Moat women however, can't While here (they all enjoyed trip parents are delighted with the
the Veteran's Hospital In Coral research with appropriate anl. spaghetti.For to Lowdermilk Park on Naples .
hetsuK mitten
Gables. He cot along so well they roils likewise has failed to de. 8 -year-old Laurie Carpenter the "doing without"takes afford to use such drastic Beach new fashion, Canbe
him a furlough Monday from monstrate hazard." imagination. It is anecessity. method to cope with the upsurgein wearing ytnanptern'
gave any no The summer recreation pro.
driver, Also, if smitten
the hospital but must return on To assure a more pleasant She is a celiac victim, casserole wide-mouth thermos crime over the nation. gram at the school coming to by sr
August 6th for further treatment. atmospfieFe when barbecuing >:" allergic to gluten in wheat, rye bottle, a tossed salad end Recently as a woman stopped a close this Friday at4p.m.Thia Ii is loch It can he quickly
Sorry to learn that Mr. and White said it is well to avoid and barley meringue cookie her ear for a red light in down. six weeps, school-sponsored npotled
Mrs. Martin Tropf of 99th Avenue the possibility of fat combustionas "It sounded so simple at Laurie's ceoklea!1;* baked without town Atlanta, a roan( yanked gram has been well attended by The Might orange color fluorescent Is the
: nl mining a
had an accident on their way north much as possible. open her door and hopped in with thlsromrnunlly, result
first says, her mother Mrs flour have become special the youngsters with, vinyl In addition
to Michigan. After repairs to the "The National Live Stock and Carolyn Carpenter "Just avoid treat for neighbor children and a gun. and many wish It could be con. pigment
car, they were able to proceed., Meat Board recommends that Supt. Olyn Cowan, of the tlnued. However time will not ii" UK eve.. tithing' quality the
foods contllnin"lulen.
also for 1.aurie's own two sisters and well
meat be cooked by the heat from In the five years since the and one brother Atlanta Police Detective Pepartment be hanging too heavily on their molten i is waterproof
the coals, not by ire" he point. Carpenter family first learned of liked the woman hands There will be a two week insulated' ,

ed out Laurie's allergy Mrs Carpenter Re fuse..FesdIke who wee robbed, "waan't your
Local Nurse "Any fires should be quickly has had the "monumental tull"or Carpenter says hetdaughter door locked'" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIHUIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIimillll
extinguished by water. Coals But if .om.on. forces himselfinto
"has just been wonder
finding recipes for food substitutes
should be spaced so that no two car, Cowan hss this
ful about watching her diet and your
Will Attend touch and adequate room is pro her daughter could refusing offers of food from advice:
vlded for fat to drip without com. digest "Violate a law, run red light
coals. "It hit me one day when I sat friends or strangers.
ing into contact with the
School "It's embarrsssing to her to A patrol ear or policeman might BOSlOnia
Therapy Ideally a drip pan should be down and realized she could not &
Your problem is to attract
used. haves sandwich"Mr. Clrpentel gel sick. Mrs, Carpenter n. spot you. I
Mrs;Ida Hamilton KWthAve- says. plnn About year ago, Laurie attention without eliciting i

nue.Norths memberof nursing ate half a candy 'bar at school the bandit
staff at the Naples Community 'Bridge' !Means One Result end was violently ill. "N..r'. pick un hitchhiker

Hospital plans to be a studentin Death To Many "Luncheon With Laurie," a "There has never been a flood not even school 1 boys It'seasy Walk Fitted
the School of Physical Therapy, cookbook filled with wheat-free of tears over not being able to for a thief to carry books '

University FloridaGatnsvUle. San FranciscansSAN rye-free and bsrley-free recipes, cat something someone else' end look like a student; Cowan THE NEWEST: -The guy r
has Mrs. Carpenter adds. said who Introduced the topless
Mrs.'Hamtlton received formal it one result. "
of her application FRANCISCO (AP- The Carpenters believe "the "And If a robber does get in bathing suit apparently has For Your Comfort
acceptance Thousands of tourists snap pho. Mrs Carpenter says some collections harden part" for Laurie is still your car, do what he says, changed his mind In Rudl
from the university and plansto tographs over the majestic of wheat-free recipes Robbers don't generally kill Gernreich's fall I I collection i

begin a two-year study In Golden Gate Bridge every year. are available but her cookbook you. but don't count on It. shown In New York he In.
September when the term begins.She To them It Is synonymous with probably is the first of it* kind Would-Be Bandit You're safer with an old experienced troduced the complete Luxurious leathers
will graduate with a B. S, San Francisco It includes shopping tips baaed thief, who won't get ';cover up" silhouette. com \ ,,r
Degree In Physical Therapy. To San Franciscans, the rust. on personal experience. Flees On Bicycle rattled. A nervous scared robber with striped stockings coaxed molded and'

Formerly of Macon, G.. Mrs. red suspension bridge is becom. "I found wheat additives in BRIDGEPORT Conn. (AP>- might get elicited and hurt you." Well. what next' ,

\ Hamilton joined the nursing staff Log synonymous with suicide.have several foods that you wouldn't 1A would-be -bandit wearing a -_. -- -- shaped over fitprovenlasts
at the local hospital In January.She Death leaps from the span expect commercial ice cream, black bandana over his face --- ----- -------
had previous training in the become so frequent that an mayonnaise. and some rice pulled a pistol on service station by the sensitive
Vocational Schoolnurs expr.ulon-1'm about read cereals." she any 'Of course, owner Patrick Kennedy NAPLES
Hughes touch and perfect
brldct"-t. a common .
for the FLY
in Macon. flour and some not dogs and Wednesday night. i
department with '
ing disgust
way of expressing: said Kennedy "t MIAMI Bostonian
are out
and at one time spent three yearsat sausages Police authority of a
life. Her bifgrst challenge .is creamed for help and the gun.
Rutgers University as a pre- Wednesday a soldier stoppedhis
Laurie's Uaru'irtox It has e man fled-on a bicycle Craftsman. Pure
medical student. Golden Gate span
car on the
and raised the hood Cars New Year Round Daily Schedule handshoemaking'wizardry
veered around him. He
Title Company, slammed the hood down, ran to Naples To Miami .
the bridge's railing and leaped 1145 A.M. 11i30 A.M. 3.45 P'M.:
, of Naples over to his death OFFICE i- ,' 11
Drake E. Rogers Jr., 20, of K DUNBARS Miami To Naples TOP VAUE STAMPSJohn's .
petaluma, Calif.,
Peppard Bid,. his commandtnc officer at "an lf I JUST MCCCIVIO I 9ro: A.M. 2,15 I PM 500PM.fonneetioH : "
Ml 2-MJt \i\ I L.c.i1.M stack I IS
the ti uM4 /ike rumilur*.
ell Fifth! Ave.. So. outstanding soldier was I ewMmwm. see maekiM* .. .1 tr.eimtep. I and Ke.rvalivra !. my *oil In the wend
hrtdge's Zt5th! known nil''/Id*, urine..

a hll'I\FNN' ; MA IM$ s. r, le A S NAPLES AIRLINES ('! ?*l .ag

A capstone griddle hold the .41'11 RENTALS HUE.: PKOMPTliFIUFIM l Cowo.r I Ml*..l AlrpertMl
: Naples Airport
= heat well and doesn't ft- hMKfc

I 7 greasing. But e good elect .,,1 ....' "ll- <.. Ml :lIJU J.J4J4: !NBWllClljr |7II E Tamiami '., "ru raLimtiiHiini '
fiddle tabs all guesswork oui Ticket allies Naples Travel Agent 4 Ci.... itiiiMiuiiMiiiMiiiHiiiiuiiiiimiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiHi."ii'U"'i'' ui tmmmiuiimttHta|
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She(! Oea t, NtUts rU,4 ..""'." NATIONAL OUTLOOK

4I '.:' .. .
.. Competition-Then and Now
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THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1964 '. '' .' .

1 Here's ...: :
A Grate Idear Snelersevidently :

the British school
'il'' word if don't know how it's Gardiner C Mean Is an In the essentially localized
its shortcomings, too Or perhaps you spelledin against markets of a century ago
old soldier In the war
,M should blame ,it t on the language, the first place. I iyFR so-called Industrial concentration there were, u a practical

"vhich, is even: less rational in its English All that is remedied now. For example fEC For some thirty yean matter, few choices available

iTlish form than in American English, if you want to know how to spell he has the been decline telling In the competition same- In er most needed purchases a plow, If he a bad farm it

far as spelling goes the word "phenomenal" and all you t story-us a dependable regulator made In the local blacksmith
At any rate, there is a large enough can think of Is what seems to you to bathe rt', of our economic sjl- shop. He could not spare the
time, and hat no means of
Servos of bad spellers in the United obvious, sensible spelling "fenome- tern presentationbefore transportation, to travel

f* .iqdom, to warrant the publishing of a nal," which you know darn well is In a a recent Congressional Committee around comparing productsand

'tw book lust for them and appropriate. wrong, in this new dictionary you can he starts, characteristically pr'ces.! The housewifehad

entitled "The Awful Spellers' Diction- look it up as "fenomenal" and find the with a description one local general store in
which she could make her
pgRENts of the American economy ota
/," correct spelling next to it. /.. /, : century ago It was an purchases-she could not go

What i boon to mankind, Englishflkmcj Like we sed, this is a grate advanse q SfNOot economy of family farms and from shopping center to shop

I 'I divisionl! For generations badppllers in lexycografy, even if we don't hapento -+, t [i7 \ small He sums enterprises up with the remark her ping before making

have been frustrated in their nead it ourselves, It will come in mity w y that In that period: The same technological de.

it'pmpts to look up the correct spellingsf handy for thousands of Americans who "National economic policy velopments that led to mass
have think : I could be decided on the basis production In large firms
)f wordIt is difficult, indeed to twise they spel
nay :; of a body of economic theory enormously expanded the
I radically/ impossible to look up' a "cat. 't/,{ which assumed that all prodnl't1nn choices available to con.

vrfta &rr\fA on under sumers Once coal producers
. Poser For That Man KiplingA conditions' of classical competition competed only with each oth.

. ,H The remainderof er, now they compete with
April of this year, compared with only i. % i Ji his statement Is devotedto petroleum, natural gas, water

woman, said Kipling, is only a 16 million during the same month of .... : O.1 arguing-on the basis of power and nuclear energy.

.voman\ , t but a good cigar u, a smoka ':. ..... iri'. . statistics on the size and Railroads have to compete
i/hy h, scratched kicked 1963.Much ...'r.. ',.r.:...... number of business firms' with truckers and airlines
wasn f and .
of this popularity, the makers >'.. ; .. that this assumption no Frozen foods compete with
u,thm ,Hinch\ of his life infuriated i. j
by cay, is due to the little cigar's growing -"' \ longer applies. fresh and canned foods, plastics
,malts; fur making this remark ;'" compete with lumber and
is a my- !
acceptance among ladies looking for : / What b Competition metals, television competes

tl'ry indeed.the do with their hands Just what Is meant by with movies The reader
something to particularly .:: .(. 'i:. can
"classical Is not
Mtc 'merit still of competition"
is capable start- fill In many other examples
the with ':
since now come
cigars clear, Some definitions set
'''y II dandy donnybrook, though it nowipntars fancy filter tips some of which are 'i.- .. .;:'y?;.ai t rr theoretical norms which own from lifetime.the experience of his

"' 'Ito steal another of the po t's mentholated .' never have applied, and never

"i,'0) (this: the twain are beginning tonmrt even .. : ;:' : ., could apply, In practice. But Vital Issue
"little ,.......,,
Actually cigarette means cigar, the implication is that competition The question of whether

but any fool can plainly see that it Isn't, 1 as the word Is un- competition is more, or less,
Whilt cigarette consumption has, really A little derstood In common parlance, Intense than it used to be is
not cigar is a true cigar, I
I''" ,ably I temporarily plummeted Is lets Intense In the Jet age a matter of more than academic
by not meant to be inhaled, that looks likea TODAY IN than It was In the horse-and- Interest. The rise In
inn<' 16 hill Ion since the release of the ; '
suntanned cigarette, which helps ex buggy days our standard of living during
i 'rnm\1, ,\ report linking smoking with both But a more realistic reflection earlier periods Indicates that
plain its appeal to sexes. ,I WASHINGTONWASHINGTON
''h I. hazards, something called the on the commonly known competition was then a reliable -
One wonders what that fellow Kipling historical facts should con economic regulator and

I tl'agar": has been climbing up on would say about it all if he were : ; ) vince us that the very reverse protector of the consumer It

Mi" graphs even faster than pipe tobacco around today to observe all the Mrs James Congress has sent to President Is true. Competition is follows that It h capable of
I gular cigars carry brates her : Johnson for his signature a $1,* ,a matter of having a wide doing an even better job under -
Thr ings-on and try one of those midget cigars Is $34,004,000 authorization for variety of choices open to the modern conditions of
Department of Agriculture, which with mentholated tip voter, and construction of military facilities customer-choices as to what wider choice

i I" track of such things, reports that He would have ed on her In this country and 'overseas. he will buy and who he will The "Decline and Fall of

.' !,'ill'"on little cigars were sold during probably a spasm.That's In the up The House approved this com. buy It from. Our grandfathers Competition" Is a dramatic
our guessotttirssay do like promise measure Wednesdayand and greatgrandfathershad story as Professor Means tells
Ia1il with a nod the Senate passed it shortly far fewer choices In that it But It Is myth, not history.
afterward. respect than we do nowThe .
A separate appropriation bill
Amanda to finance these projects at.
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSWorking Kitty In ready has been passed by the
her wooed up House. The Senate has not acted

ry Arizona upon the money measure.WASHINGTON World Today I
Day Aug. 15.The (AP-The So.

i Il Viet Union says It Isn't shipping I y JAMBS MARLOWE
ago on a American wheat to Cuba. Assedetee1 Picas New Analyst

third A minister at the Soviet Em. .-
dale, Ariz, bassy here told the State De.
would be D.rtment Wednesday that re. WASHINGTON (AP- Nlklta expected, and even Installed a
Utah, ranch. ports of such shipments were Khrushchev doesn't seem to like "hot line" between the White
to the ", false American: politicians, at least House and the Kremlin so they

I pI MrteeAuK. : Capt. Artur H. Fertlf, skipper while they're running for office.. could: talk to each other in a
a : Once they're elected, though he hurry If there
School't of the Sister Katlngo, reported a was an Incident, 1
LOS few days ago that Russian stev. gets along. all right with them, accidental or otherwise, which \
s' Mel Torme adores In the port of Novorossisk might cause a nuclear war
< lsr$ attack on Sen. Barry When
I husband of told him that American Kennedy was assassl.
vices grain was being shipped from Goldwater this week wasnt the Dated last November the Bus.
Hills home, the Soviet Union to Cuba. first time he butted Into Amerl.can Ian, in a note of regret to Mrs.

tectlves to Fertlfs! ship was boarded and I860 politics.: He did the same in Kennedy, said the president's
when he said the preslden. death was "hard
J taking back searched by Russians when It a blow to all
Uriixc' ousln he Left Novorossisk without clear: tial candidates: -John F. Kennedy people who cherish: the cause of
and Richard M, Nixon- peace and
"that you, Gladysi" Mrs. ance last week. The United looked Soviet-American- -co.

"" ...""" ..'u.. ..,II.".. tition In Los States protested against what It "They equally undesirable operation.
are of
Court called excessive methods a pair boots, he Since neither Kennedy nor
Commonwealth court to ployed by Soviet authorities. them said, meaning It was hard to teU Nixon was In the White House
from the Georgl M. Kornlenko, the So. In Warsaw the before the I960 election,Khrush.
The multiracial Commonwealth which Secretariat provides for the General recently : Viet minister, denied the reportsOf accused Soviet Premier chev may have felt free to talk
began with Indian independence Isnearlng Assembly, and for a breaking-down of the train shlomenti. He cur. IIcan Goldwater, the Repub. about them-.nd for the same
matul'll)'. If one of Us mOBtdmcull common problems on a functional and LONDON ( gested -Feitlg made his-charge trying presidential to candidate, of reason about Goldwater now-

: problems remains unsolved- regional! plan. . ChurchUl, to provoke trouble" because of,House under"enter the White than he would about President
that of Southern Rhodesia-this need Many of the common: problems con.: vember, the Incident at the Black Sea 1 bridled the slogans of un. Johnson who Is In the White
not, at the Prime Ministers' conference: cern the progress of the developing hours of antl-communlsm" and House and will be running for
[thlsl] week, divide the independent countries and the help from Haves and Commons port.WASHINGTON (APWorldWar war tnreats. election.

Commonwealth nations on principle; Have-nots Here the proposals attributed most feU as II veterans are facing In. Ucan:He likened last week's Repub. Johnson and Khrushchev have
for though: responsibilities and tactics: to Sir Alec Douglas-Home, for A fellow creaslngly: tougher Job compel! which nominal. had some dealings, apparently
differ, broad purposes should not. In pooled effort in developing projects, for legislator, tlon from youngsters of the Goldwater to a Nazi party pleasant so tar They exchanged

then relatively calm conditions, it Is extended aid in techn'cal advice, higher Hams, postwar baby boom, a Labor rally. New Year's greetings Khrush.
opportune to ask whether the coherenceof : education and the training of administrators caught Sir Department official In 1960 Khrushchev called chev later said he thought John.
the Commonwealth . cannot be and for a Commonwealth time prime Louis Levine director says. Kennedy and Nixon "lackeys of SOn a PAftSnnahl IMAM Mjtm
of the -- ''
given more positive expression than the foundation for unofficial: and proies- and fell U.S. Employment Service ,monopoly capital. trying- to seemed to share Kennedy'sview ;
present apparatus. atonal relations, are all to the good. The the younger men who are, says outdo, each other in their antl. that a nuclear war "makesno
The problem Is related to that of nature of the present Commonwealth log Into the labor com. communism.: sense,"
numbers Soon, as many as ten or a prescribes that as the aptest Une of Prince generally better market are At that time he Insisted he Khrushchev got along well

dozen newly independent countries: maybe advance to greater cohesion: and usefulness to the better eaulooed for educated the ih_and_ was Impartial In his distaste for with President Dwight D. Elsen.nower .
applying for membership of the One of the Conferences major with both men, didn't favor one over for
(I "With each paSinr'ye; ; ; a time. They had a
Prime Ministers' Conference Size alone themes should be the development of a out on the vet. the other, but admitted he knew summit
erans become meeting and Khrush.
must reduce both the frequency and united approach: to the overhanging Castle with nerable to the especially vu!. less about Kennedy than about chev even visited him at Camp
the effectiveness of such all-embracing: problem of world trade, which far Gordonstoun labor rapidly changing Nixon, who had debated him In David. But then
conditions: an American:
meetings This exposes the need both transcends world aid la worth.-The and hrlng ape. a Moscow kitchen.: UJ plane was
for a Continuum such as the U.N. Sunday rimes (London) SAI1"ft".COAT. clficlatlons, Levine said In an After Kennedy became presl. the Soviet shot down over
't" Union
1 : :. 'I( A e 0 R A L M 1 D C Sa article In "Employment Service dent, Khrushchev: had his tips and they didn't
a &ONITO.OLO [. ", Review," published by the La. and downs with him, the ups If along well at all.
. Waier Desalting Gains CVEA NCN' UTA bor Department. when Kennedy didn't try to here Khrushchev he had been born
ACROSS :22 !tile But Levine might have cut quite a
R E 0 PET to C. t R said that by and demolish the Berlin wall and the figure in American
1.1I1'l'ulert;lam:: :2ti..erturl; : :, .. 0 R A D' !! R t. large veterans have fared well downs when Kennedy made him an International politics. He's
Water desalinization is not as line Water, produces fresh water ata last In the years since the GI Bill 20 take his missiles out of Cuba. handshaker and
.lmi" itrr: "..' A ft R to Y S. R Aa .. even the way he criticizes his
dramatic, nor as successful, a icien-- cost of $1.17 per thousand gallons. 11,1/ i..J.lI'r: 1'011"," RIO T. PAY L C Dc"Ihap with years Its ago biggest provided the nation After that, they seemed to get opponents has an American:

Wit' \( pursuit as the Apollo or Sleienv '- In contrast, water from the Color. : ::1M. t"plllld: to MI.I LifE. 5 I L 0 I education and Job single training boost In along fine, or as fine as could be whiff

11. IIre.ul :tU i'rrformcd a v I. co E. R EPA
space programs! explaining ado Rh er which supplies the Los v r!

pp.rhlp'h: \' little i III heard of man'A Angeles area cost about su cent U."preld 1'1.1111 "I !:31:2 I. C lib lIuh..r.lrucUun .A l.A E 0 R IT.T. E I M'R 0 T rot t r.R S H How Does It Work? * * * * *

centurie -old dream of (con\erttng per thousand gallons, 'meuun', hunt

sea \liter to a palatable state. But 1 10 years ago the average I'IH.IIII U. inllRhud SOLUTION Of YIStlRDAY PUIZll D p carllooe eat ruas Afro kRete
sin JII (>enu* utocm. i 4
I here have been nn startling cost of desalinization was appro.. U. Suoa .:ur. herb. PO\\'X 7.7laly: : ,_ .s tuasaxc
br'akthr.; igh! in salt water con tl' mat eh' *4 per thousand gallons. pgyn' ,,,. Cooler 1 (',,"hIellcalllllu,1
I Ii. 1I'llId! ur hrrulllr :l Zeoli 8. X amrSprnun ?' RADIO vLTCCTIosI A ao aANLnka, .
lion method! to help bring freshwater This is why scientists working on
: 4L. Smirking !. Ital riser Y. Eating
to hoth arid and landlocked small experimental conversion 1"I.hfu, 44. Injure 411arli a"II' sruznos Rau

regions Progre which hall been plant in several parts of the United 18., I.I\rd H. llult) S' Simuldl" III Iircu ',I efpyyfR1i0/0
I Y. Indsgnuun, H. .: 1'1M It Xutlliral IrutherIII 1' fcereoocJ.
made hall come hard, but it i III now State air confident that bv 1975 : Ilrhl\r\ H. 1)ltttfellll n/l. ,'r\ 13. IornlnltlIIul.lurr . i/ {wvicie.y.

clear con !ion at an economicalcost 1 they will be producing economical IMRKRffN.OlKC1gyNFNsiieiav

will be achieved, piobnblv lieMi water from the *ea. I l a + / S A r / 1 f "l 17. SrtAurd '' I \ Av AC/RCif a iNi, AND alai cK ti4NI
/ RANff
within the rest decade What this will mean to the world :II !Spreadtui \ wlat\ fROM McASORr a ns asraNreI R
Il IJ do2J JNe
1:(: A \ of JNfC
In the .past 15 sears 14 plant i I. thrilling to contemplate. More : Sp hrr...

t 1ia, a b.*n built throughout the than one-half the land man i i. either ,14 'i 'S I 23..tgreemenu

world with a capautfoi' producing add or
t fresh water at a million gallons a area i I' occupied bv 150 million! per. a1 21 C uhh.alrd shi'- + .
dav Three are '\lhe United Mate. i / ..,A 1..1U ', +.r..anr.t
those with all the water it can lJ i4 If lito Ihphkuatk KID eve.
Some of the plantefh at Kuwait huge region 0 "6kYrt

nn the Persian Gulf, and at> tie and the pi'ewure \\ ill be off population Il1 r?; l' 29. prrcdvei _'"_ r

Elath, Israel, are economical feasible expansions for another cen i 1 Ihkrhkc ltd\
'" JI 14 Lung lur
because of the high cost of \\ a- tUI')'. 0 _ 0 2 35 : -_::. ---= -: to- &
ter In those arid lands. In the United Mates, it will mean '//// 'l / Jot Jf JIto J1 36. Faker e '- rut SHIM eaoe TKHNSMITTII rar/w, swunut \ f

None of the three U. S' plant are the large desert area of the South. 31 mietakeJI Tiff sea w1NfF a/SNNta. 43 THII' Sl estj ,
/ I' :IT.I'putlll' aura oearnS, CCmOVJ ate shin,Ara'
operating near the cost of fresh west and the di' Inland HI fa* of the meat lanai esrfu+uty caefta svFoe ae DRkrsfal.Aea'aw ;

water ahead avfliable. The plantin Northern Plains nuj someday be as 41 / Ifl \11. ...ucl..n1..1r.

Freeport, Texas, built by the Department fertile as the .land adjacent to the 14' //144 '0141 t9. ru.u IIbhr. A ?I/it .r

Office of Sa- Miuiuippl. ')00
of Interior's The West Cltli. ,., :
t. Key > 30 "" ". as "HLMr _ ::-iconbr

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r''' Thprlld". ,July 23. 1964 COLLIER<<; COUNTY NEWS 5
Have'Dteam'0Resident l 'v J ci Film Debut

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Repertory Theater FrightensJose Geraldine Page Recalls I

I Ay OKLAHOMA)-The converted CITY, okla, curious enough to come 611 us," Of
( ware, ae said Struggle Early Years

horn house City at U08 Is the W. Main unpretentious in Okla "The next season we moved Greco

site of an ambitious dream tot into a more protected spot at r NEW\ YORK (AP)-When she 'cOt-but. not If they were look.
Rogers Part, Sds" aa1 .
first came to
make resident theater as impor. n C far Manhattan Oral tog
"The trees kept the wind Itallin-porn, Brookl> reired
tint an element of away, dine Page worked as a hatcheck "That nude It all rather com
I community but about half of our perfprnu Jose 0..0. whose ft.ishlng !feet
culture here as it Is in Europe. girl. plicated, and I couldn't keep m\
! antes were rained"- out because hue danced over half the
One Inside the She sold Christmas < .ards In arithmetic straight"
double doors a
the top of the tent kept tear n world, I is ..dl1r his dramatic
enter world book store. She modeled She her $21-a-week Job m
negll. quit
you created and ing." debut In films and he ...y. he is
maintained by the Mummers, a The next found siaied. r.... She got a job in a thread the thread factory for a part in
year them
semiprofeBslonal factory, and ae she wrapped the an off-Broadway show for which
actina com- playing to audiences in the Mu. "Sure, I've been performing
May which borrowed its name packages of thread she read she got $10 a week Since then
Iclpal Auditorium.The slme I was a kid, he re
fawn the Shakespeare, her has brightened main
roving acting croups marked ''but it has :always name
of 14th century England group's flexibility came been dancing Now I'm supposed Today Jerry Page is rated by marquees.At .
"Our driving force," declares/ in handy when It took on the Job In pin dtamatu. scenes, many In the theatei. as one of present Miss Page it- starring ,

Mack Seism, the theater's ener. of turning an unused warehouseinto IIdo( I knolI can handle the nation's moat gifted .at trees.s. In a revival of Anton Chek
genie director, "is the desire to a theater. them?" . But she likes to recall. those hov's "The Three Sisters"

make the resident, repertory The stag consists of a Greco Is of tll' esrl\ struggling \ear.. "So far I've played about 4TO'
theater a basic part/ of the com. cleared/ ar.a in the center of the 01' Stinle\ one KramersShip olI "I got $5! a week!' on hat heck- roles In my career," she said,

unity's cultural and social room surrounded by tiers of ris ools I ," and, the ,producerdirer, hag jobs," she' recalled "They "and I'd like to play at least
'U,." log seats.Seism's. bar also expected you to steal 10 that many more.
i picked him
on sight
Seism, 36, has been with the determination vas u on ls the dancer too lie relied cents from every quarter you "Acting is so much fun You,
group since its beginning in 1949 given a boost in 1959 by a $10,. his first IlIt.rvlew'lth get so wrapped up In the I" '>b
and became Us full.Ume dlrec. 000 Ford Foundation grant to Kramer lems of the character \ou're

tor in 1950, spend a year visiting theaters 4 went Into his office and he playing that you forget our,

There was a similarity/ be. in Europe, Canada and the Unit. look one look at me and said to WEATHERBy own.
tween the acting group which ed States. HI' .'csistant'hle'll be all right' "Acting Is also a Jon be, ause
held its first season in a second. The Mummer are slip par. So fat Greco has done little In THE ASSOCIATED PRESS> you never get through with It.
ticipating in another Ford A. Low You can never sa'Well. at
band circus tent on an open lot, 11') month's shooting henries High! pr.
and the Hummers of old nanced venture, the Theater >lime and slant In the back Albany', clear 90 67 .20 last I know it all.' In a<'lllil' \'MI

"That summer," Seism reflects Communications Group, with ground. His dramatic Albuquerque, rain 95 68 .07 never teach the bottom( ot the

"the wind blew so muchwe eight college and II community coming up soon. If physical scenesie Atlanta, cloud 88 70 1.68 cup, particularly If you have the

spent rehearsals holding the theater bodies. "niiditlon means anything he'lle Bismarck, clear 91 63 good fortune to plat variety. of
script! in one hand and a cornerof Seism says he hopes the group ready ; Boise clear 92 56 roles. There's always something

the tent with the other." can nurture dying theater crafts "Guess. how old I am he Boston, cloudy 83 73 more to learn"
such as wig making and Jerry Is married to actor Rip
Civic groups picketed the theater cos. nallenjed. I hazarded the late Buffalo cloudy 86 69
as "unwholesome" and a turning craft* now restricted :dOs. and he confessed!: 46, He Chicago( clear 80 75 Torn, and tlie\ have a 5.month.
"public nuisance." largely/ to Europe. ,dried that he could t outrun Cincinnati clear 92 69 old daughter, Angelica. On Mat
"The publicity made people Next season- ( will.- see the d 'f the 30 dancers any Cleveland, clear 89 63 I nee' Uys which! happens tu beth
In his
Mummers ';8iial toward be. xl'I' troupe| Denver clear 90 67 nuld's daoff-Jer ,,'
most of them In their! earn 20.
coming a of For two decades hH Des Moines, cloudy "94" 73 .01 brings the baby to the theatei
a semiprofessional company.The I las remained a constant 149! Detroit, cloudy 91 67 dressing acorns
Arthur Fairbanks, cloudy 70 60 She feels her own greatest
Murray schedule pounds.
eight-play will This wan; a revelation to
Fort Worth clear 101 77 fhJ l'oIt'1r defeats are laziness
41 weeks ,
run instead of 11, and a constant'r'ho watched
the acting company will be ex.1 him sail through a lunch of len. Helena, clear 91 60 aid timidity.
Sells Out Dance Honolulu, rain 84 73 .13 "I I have a tendency not to
panded by players who Ill
will de. soup, put rOol8t t and |x>tatoI
rot their time to stag roles ._ -....... I pancakes' with a couple of glasses Indianapolis, cloudy 89 72 fight things through. 1 sometimes
out before I
-- Jacksonville, cloudy 92 74 ought
Studio BusinessNEW not double as office of beer
nel and person. NEAPOLITAN TRIO Lorraine Hogan and Aileen Wolf of 1132 Diana all Juneau, rain 58 51 .26 to."
prop and costume makers. "I eat this way the time1,
YORK (AP)-Arthui Avc., and Helen Smith of 715 West Lake Drive have just returned he explained "With any kind of Kansas Cityclear 104 81

Murray is stepping out of the The Mummers have from n cruise to Nassau aboard the S, S. Bahama Star. They left dancing I burn up the caibohyd. Los Angeles, cloudy 82 60

dance studio business he startedIn 000 Ford grant $1,250* front Miami and their ship docked at Bay Street in Nassau where they rates, 1 do 10 dames at each Louisville, cloudy 93 71 U.S. Shrimp Boats,
the 1930s when he taught rest donations of well over $750,000 enjoyed shopping in the native straw market and swimming at Nas performance, and It takes a lot Memphis Miami, cloudy, clear 89 80 72 82 Held In Honduras,
dents of Minneapolis to circle "
of fuel to that
to,build a new borne. I'' U"* famed beaches. up.
+ Milwaukee, clear 83: 70
and say "01" to the tune of the Greco's kind of dancing has Start Home Today
Mplfrft.F. clear 90 69
Lambeth Walk. been a sensation for the past dot. ,
He said Wednesday that two I Cowboy Riding en years wherever he has New Orleans, clear 93 73 FOHT MUllS (AP) NineAIIIITKMII
franchises have purchased con. TV,7.Radio Beauty Crop toured, and that Includes most New York, cloudy 81 68 .13 shrimp lards, ."IIA'"

trol of the chain, I Bull To Border countries of North and South Okla City, clear 102 73 last month In of
Inc. for about Omaha, clear 93 74 flrliU on tluiRps of fishing In
Arthur Murray Best Yet America and Europe, this side
Says APCow.boy
$1 million. The new owners said EDITORS 1'I0TE-6easor. al t.> and microphone were concealed WINDOM Minn. (is of the Iron Curtain As soon as Philadelphia, cloudy 80 73 their territorial. waters, fxi>et't
they would retain Murray'sname er season, producer Allen Funt t: In a mailbox. One of the record. Carl Swanson about a he finishes &hlp of rools"he Phoenix, cloudy 103: 80 fit to Mail I for home loilavC.i4alns .

though he said he wishes and his band of pixies contlnui e ied' conversation was particularly Pageant ChiefMIAMI third of the way in his attempt takes his company to South Af Pittsburgh, clear 88 67 | of the nine Units,
they wouldn't. Mrs. Murray will to dream up strange and won., outstanding because a to ride his Hereford bull, Ran. rica. Ptlnd, J&.., cloudy 86 63Ptlnd based here and at Tampa, were

continue as an advisor derful practical jokes, hid,i! man was deeply engrossed in a BEACH (AP) Four dy, from border to border. Flamenco dam'Ing has been Ore., clear 71 50 fined $7.500I'h.\ However the
of Onamla
Murray, 69, who had been cameras and record the baffled,,, conversation with the "talking generations ago, the gold rush Swanson, International 41, Falls, around for a long time, but It Rapid, City cloudy 102 75 flues, were lowered to $ .OOO
Minn. left Richmond 83 72 .09
president, said he plans to pro. angry shocked or amazed read:i mailbox" when he noticed a lured Suzy Marlin's ancestors to 28 and to took Jose Greco to make It real. cloudy and luld.'s.ild; Norm Jamwn,
tions of "Candid Camera's" fall passerby eyeing him cu. Minn., April expects St. Louis, clear 92 72 .26 owner of the Bov.
duce dramatic television shows, Alaska. Today, Suzy Is pros Gulf Coast next ly pay his annual gross A half
drawing upon experience he guys Here Funt attempts to i I rlously. At the same time, the petting for gold In Frlt101-thfl( reach the Texas million dollars Salt U.CIIyclear 91 71 The riptalns! aimed( theywere
pick the half-dozen sequences i: mailbox became silent and the February. San Diego cloudy 74 64 seized In International wa
gained producing "The Arthur bonanza that goes with the Miss he is Greco now travels most of the <
which he personally found most man assumed a sheepish look Swanson says promoting San Fran., clear 64 93 tire
Murray Show" that featured his Universe beauty year maintaining.
crown. an apartment
arrival In _
the use of beef. His Seattle, clear 66 54 ____
wife, Kathryn. amusing. Another favorite was a sequence But, although her first trip windom Wednesday marked in Madrid and a villa In south. Tampa cloudy 91 77 .01 California has 41 mountains
Murray started as a dance where wt synchronized Into the mainland west of the 500 miles of ern Spain, where he Is affection
completion: of about Washington, cloudy 88 74 which lour 10,000 feet or
ALLEN selection to coin.
By FUNT a symphonic
teacher In 1913. He was an as California roast has been Vx. travel. ately termed' "The gypsy from(
For Cynthia Lowry clde with the arm and leg move. beef-on-the-hoof Winnipeg, clear 87 70 .01 higher
slstant to Vernon Castle in New citing, Suzy wouldn't care to New York,
York and later was part of a NEW YORK (AP -Picking intents of several Infants. This stay

they.dancett.nlghtr > halUozea favorite sequences ot gave' the Impression that the In. tier family now Is scatteredall
: team, r,"Candid (I Camera" from the Santa, were conducting the score. Wr the 49th fctata and when INGRAM ,

"In 1936 or 1837," he said, many hundreds recorded Isn't For another of our sequences, the grueling competition of the
"the Statler Hotel In easy. It has meant prodding my we used a specially constructed Miss Universe Pageant Is over,

wanted someone to teach memory and mentally reconstructing .station, wagon Dorothy Collins Suzy says, "I'm going back

guests the new dance craze, the Innumerable humo..was, the driver and she would home to Alaska, believe me.
Lambeth Walk. I started doing rous moments.As stop the car and ask a man to The brown.lulred, hazel-eved
that and It caused such Interest the creator and executive sit in the back seat to listen for beauty from Fairbanks joined L3 .

that I started others In other ho. producer of the program natu.,an unusual rattle. Then she other girls from 65 foreign na . SUMMER
rally, I'm inclined to be partialto drove on a bit and. unseen bv r..r
tel. lions and territories and 47 of I "",
The Lambeth Walk died out, most of the sequences shown her passenger, she prel.ed-a the United States In registering
but the bunny hop and other on air. I wish I were asked to button and the car split in half, Wednesday and being fitted for

new dances kept the chain choose my favorite hundred leaving the rear of the car pageant bathing suits, VACATION

growing preferences two hundred. standing as she drove off in the One of the girls, judged on

By 1948, there were some 500 That would have been better. front half. beauty of fare and figure, pols
franchised Murray studios But here are six that I, person One of the most delightful epl. and personality, will accept the
across the ally, favor. codes took place in a diner. The crown 2
country, grossing$40. Saturday night, Aug. ,
$50 million Murray said he sold One incident involved a Junk. entire "Candid Camera" staff from the reigning queen loda
out his ownership Interests then yard car which we bought and was Installed there. Dorothy Marla Vargas of Brazil
stripped of its motor. WJth Dorothy Collins was a waitress, the or.
for about $2 million( He has re. Miss USA, this countrv rep SELLARAMASAVE
Lamour in the driver'sseat chests were patrons who con.
mained In a role of diminishing In the Miss Universe
activity since. the car was towed to the cealed their musical instruments contest, will be selected Jill 29.

The recent purchase, complet.ed top of a hill and allowed to roll and I was a customer If Martina Kettler of West
last week but not disclosed down to a gas station. She asked seated at the counter. One of the Germany wins the Miss Unl
until the attendant to fill the gas tank patrons got Into an argument verse title It will be Indirect!
today ,
was by
Evans of Houston, Tex.,Harry who and check the oUt When he discovered about the salt when suddenlythe be a victory for North Carolina( ! SAVE ! SAVE
owns James 17 R.franchised Banta, of studios Fort ,Lau.and cIne under that the there hood was, the no fun en. sound room, and burst the man into found music him.and She 1959 lived and there entered for the one year pageant In IT NOW !

derdale began.In self in the middle of an 1m. mainly In the hope( of returningand
Fla. who
owns about
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markable charm and Imagina
this year's crop of beauties was -
rGQO tion. I filled in with the Prince the best In the hUtorv of the savings.

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I By MURRAY CRASS before leaving for Wllhelm III the /w Hoop LoopSteve QJJ

.[ Associated Press Sports Writer eighth By TED MEIER: [
I, Which major league team hast The Yankees managed only
the best record since June IS.It's four hits against the Senators, 4 Assortated Press Sports Writer Clark was far and awayat . . . . .
toe Los Angeles Angels, but all came In the fifth Inning 1 Y Paul Hornung is back with the head of the list of scorersin
the Green Bay Packers and that
who moved Into sole possessionof when they erupted for five runs, the summer recreation basket.
means trouble for the Chicago ball COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, July 28 1964
fourth place in the AL the last three on Joe Pepltone'sbasesJoaded program, supervisor 6
Beats, the National Football
Wednesday night with a S-2 trt. triple. Mickey Howell says
umph over the Chicago WhiteSox. Mantle batted In the first two League champions The summer basketball sche.
runs with a double Ei l Hornung, star halfback who dule ended Tuesday. There were
The t c led the Packers to the 1962 NFL four teams, captained by Mart)'
The Angels, one of the tautest victory kept the Yankeesin
collections of major leaguers first place, only the second title then was suspended a year Bowen, Clark, Tom Bernardand
for betting on league games, Van Weeks Bowen's team won the
since St. Louis' Gas House time this season they've held ) rrt.
worked out with the Packer.Wedn..da
Gang, were lodged In ninth that spot two straight days games.Howell
> for the first time also noted that tonight
place of June 2437 15 Since with a then poor, they neeord By MIKE RATHET since his suspension In April is the last night for summer recreation .

lost 11 Associated Press Sports Writer activity at the Naples
have won 26 and lofty
of .703. Sandy !Koufax Wednesday He appeared In top physical High School gymnasium. Doors

percentage their latest victory night tossed a four.hlt, 12. condition, brightening Green will open at 7i)0 for two hours
For ,
though they needed the aid of strikeout Job that beat Houston Ban hopes of regaining the NFL of basketball, trampollnlng,
a couple, of pitches from knuckleball 1.0 and ended the Los Angeles crown from the Bears. The first weight-lifting and table tennis. ti 4 1s 1
artist Hoyt Wllhelm. The Dodgers losing streak at four time he carried the ball in a Attendance has been averaging n1t1 s

Angels trailed 2.1 entering the games. controlled scrimmage he burst between 40 and SO for the Tues. a e 3k
ninth Inning. Koufax now has won 11 games through the defensive line day.Thursday sessions
Jim Fregosl singled with one In a row since he last lost on The Bears, preparing for their Clark rolled up 258 points In
out trotted to second when Wile May 27, boosting his record to game with the College All Stars nine games for a 28.6
helm, hit Willie Smith with a 154 while his sixth shutout low. Aug. 7 In Chicago that officially average, Howell said Bowen
pitch and scored the tying run ered his earned run average to a $ kicks off the season, put in a was second with 186 points and

on a single by Bob Rodgers. remarkable 1.78, t. ".mlnut, scrimmage at their a 20.6 average Weeks playedin

One out later, with Lou Clinton Just as remarkable was the camp. seven gamesscoring 158 points
at bat, Wllhelm uncorked t feat of Philadelphia's llght.hlt. The San Diego Chargers, for a 22.5 average. ad.
pitch that got away from catch ting Bobby Wine, a .209 swingerwho champions of the American Bill Splngler netted 130 points 1 t
er J. C. Martin for a passed slammed his second horn. League held their first pre-sea. in eight games for a 16-polnt
ball, and Smith scamperedhome er In two ntgttts, a "bsses-empty W son drills and coach Sid Glllman average; Carl Wltkop lOt In sev.
with the winning run. shot off Warren Spahn that trig said they were the best In his en, 15 average; Gary Sharp 104 q

In other AL games, New York gored the National League 19 years as a mentor. in nine, 11.5; Bernard 102 In six, 0.
defeated Washington 83, Cleve. leading Phillies to a 4.1 victory Other developments on the pro 17 average; Ed Stoner 86 In six, IF

land knocked off Baltimore 7-4, over Milwaukee. j football front as the training 14 average;; Al Hackney and Char
Kansas City trimmed Minnesota Hitting honors for the day, tempo picked up included les Flood each 86 in nine, 9.5;
M and Detroit outlasted Boston however, went to Pittsburgh'sBill 41 Detroit Lions-Halfback Dick Dennis Fields 78 in nine, 8.6.
M. Mazeroskt and Willie Star LeBeau and fullback Nick Plet. Archie Turner caged 70 pointsin V ?

The White Sox grabbed a 2.0 ,ell. Mazeroskl drove in five k rosante signed contracts. 'seven games for a 10-polnt
lead In the first Inning on run. runs and SUrgell hit for the New York Giants-Cut halt. average; Glen King 64 In seven,
scoring doubles by Don Buford cycle with a single, double, trl. backs John Rollins and Bob 9-polnt average; Jeff Johnson 60 _
and homer the Pirates in six 10 Mike Sharp
and Pete Ward. But Fred New. pie as average;
man settled down and at one lashed 18 hits and crushed St. 'V II U' W Los Angeles Rams-Jon Ar. 44 in eight, 5.5 average; and Bill
stretch retired 17 straight Chi. Louis 13.2.Elsewhere. A ONE.UNDER-PAR score of 35 potted by Mrs. nett, recently switched from McClintock 42 in nine, 5 -point

cage batters. Joel Horlen allowed the Ginny Edwards on the back nine in a recent roundof halfback to end, twisted his average.
the Angels only three hits San Francisco Giants remainedone golf at the Beach Club is believed by Pro Paul right knee in practice and will NELL BENT FOR THE OLYMPICS-John Fennel of the
game off the pace by belt. Bell to be a record performance for lady amateur be out for several days Florida Gold Coast A.A.U.. demonstrates the pole vaulting
Ing the Chicago Cubs 7.3 but the golfers. Mrs. Edwards has been city champion Kansas City Chiefs An. SEC To Replace form that made him a record-breaker and member of the I
third-place Cincinnati Reds ell nounced U.S. Olympic team.
Jerry Mays, defensive
Be aGolden the honor in 19596061. Mundorff
4t/ games back by losing their three times winning lineman had decided to end htlr.tlr.ment. Roy _
fifth straight to the New York (McGrath photo) .
ATLANTA (AF)-The Atlanta 6s
Gate Mets, ".3 in 10 innings Houston Oilers-Cut rookiesAl
Journal reports that Southeast. Carter's Bout
who struck out 10 or Hllderbrand Charles \j
Koufax Talbertand ernConferencebssketballcoaches
more batters in a game for the Beach Club MenIn Moorings Women Dee White have voted unanimous With Giardello

Guest 58th time In his career, had to Buffalo Bills-Filed claim for ly to replace Roy Mundorff as
be at his best against Houston'sKen Blind Back Nine Paul MacGuIre who was put on commissioner of basketball of. Still Far AwayLAS
Johnson who allowed only Bogey Play waivers by San Diego. ficlals.
hits before he left for a Baltimore Colts Defense beat VEGAS, Nev. (AP) A
seven Members of the Beach Club It adds that the coaches have
pinch hitter In the eighth. Men's Golf Association In Wed. And Go BlindMembers the Offense 18.0 in a scrimmagein the power only to recommendand proposed title fight between
The lone Dodger run came nesday's outing played In t blind which the defense was credit. a final decision will rest middleweight king Joey Glar..
FREEGAS across in the third when Derrell bogey tourney with Lee Me. of The Moorings Wo- ed with two points each time with Commissioner B e r n I e dello and challenger Rubin Hur.rlcane

Griffith and Ron Fairly Connell and O.I. Stevens getting men's Golf Association In Wed.nesday" they stopped the offense short Moore, now on vacation in Den. Carter Oct. 23 Is "still"
a long way from being set the
smacked doubles. prizes with scores of 78, toured the back of a first down. ver. ,
outing promoter of the bout said
Wine, who hit a homer Tues. the first number drawn. New York Jets-Rookie guard The Journal quotes Mundorff,
nine for low
shooting gross on Wednesday.Mel .
day night before singling home Other winners were Frank Dave Herman of Michigan State a pioneer coach and promoterof .
the decisive run, got the Job Griswold, Ray Eilers and Ira blind holes. Following play, was named to start Friday's college basketball, as saying (Red) Creb who represents tIAr
holes 12 15 and 17, designated 'the Silver State Sports
done again for the Phillies by and Ben were rookie that there
Capelle at 78; Briggs, game with Boston PatrU at his Atlanta home
1-1 tie with his horn ss the blind holes andF. Club, said he and Michael Del
breaking a
T.K. Montgomery and W.UBrown eta at Lynn, Mass are some things to be Ironedout
er In the seventh inning. The at 77. Cochrun, J. Smith and M. San Francisco 49ers-Coach and he doesn't know wheth. Collo Giardello's attorney were I
Braves only run came on a A spokesman announced that Chance tied for first honors. Jack Christiansen praised the er or not he will be handling "about $15,000 apart" In their
homer by Spahn off Ray Culp the Beach Club association will Each player posted total scoresof hard running rookie backs the officials next season. Mun negotiations over the guarantee
Del Collo is
asking $tOGOOO
85. field Its strongest team of the 11 on the three holes.A Ollie Ross and Dave Kopay dorff said he plans to meet for Giardello.
season in Saturday's match ofteams spokesman announced that, Oakland Raiders Star end with Moore ,Jn Birmingham next,
Third base Coach Eddie Yoct Greb said $100,000 Is all that
In the Southwest norida" Art Powell Mill is missing from week.
,Wednesday 29 the members -
of the Washington Senators finished : July is available for both fighters
The match will Doug Brown of Fresno Journal said that the
LeatUe camp The
will in .mbeup -
l his pitying cuter In 1962 participate a The promoter said Carter "Is
be at Big Cypress Golf State signed contract as free coaches headed by Norman
V with the Los Angetes Angela. He played and get acquainted day" with, ready to go at any figure .
and Country Club with :gent. Sloan of Florida voted without
broke in with the old Senator seven partners determined by a "draw but in fairness we have to give Iir/T/
teams dissent In for Mundorif'sreplacement. '
competing, representing May
In 1944, direct from New York from the hat." him at least 15000." n
It I part ol i great new way to league members.
University. Prizes will be presented at the This means either Del Collo ,
increase your vacation pleasure Dies Of Injuries -
must retreat to an $85,000 guar.
without vacation completion of the special play ar
increasing your antes for Giardello "or some U.S. CO AC H-Ed
Grandview Temple
Here t tew ol the From
budget art just a rangement.
body is going to have to
PLAY BETTER of Tennessee State
GOLF UniversityIs
other enciling free gifts and vacation '
Crash up with some more
Speedway money, I
privilege that are yours 0 Greb said the mentor of the American

at I Golden Gale Cues! I3y Tommy ArmourThe POTTSTOWN, Pa. CAP) A Rr The promoter said the only womin' track team for the
Credit Nicklaus State
FREE FLORIDA ORANGES second person died Wednesday I source of more money would be Olympic Games In October. H*
as a result of injuries sufferedIn d Telescrlpt Inc.-the firm which coached the team In 1(60.,

FREE TRADING STAMPS Waggle .. Palmer For Golf's an accident at Grandview League > plans to put the fight- on closet
Q Speedway July 12. [circuit television.At .
FREE FISHING WAGGLE is a golf John Schneider, 38, died in By THE present Silver State has Home Of Tokyo
(INCLUDING BAIT AND TACKLE) swing in miniature. It isa Large GalleriesHARTFORD Pottstown Hospital ASSOCIATED PRK89 agreed to give $55,000 to the

FREE AUTO TOUR warm-up and cheik-up that W. L. "PCt. G.B. fighters from the live gate and Olympics Done
j Conn. AP) .-
(lop MODERN. ELEGANT proUcts you against errors. I ( 8 .652 Telescrlpt has guaranteed
NAPLES FLORIDA) The waggle is a preliminary t tr R'. a matter of opinion tournament now has to shoot Tamlll: 15 14 10 .583 II 4 $45,000. TOKYO (AP)-The Komaza.

FREE PRIVATE performance of the arms and t t l lands from an authority, but Jay He. four good rounds." St. Pet-burg 12 10 .545 SVk wa Sports Park-Tokyo's new.
PGA TournamentCommittee Lakeland
bert, the and Nicklaus est sports complex where
Palmer are sev.
mainly, that loosens 12 1Z .500 <.
credits Orlando
chairman eral
passing the $50,000 Olympic events will be held
GOLDEN tAT[ your muscles and gives you the tremendous Interest In golf Insurance City Open that start. Ft. Lau'dale \\ 12 .478 4 -was completed Thursday.
The Senate has approved the Interior
the feeling that you are all and the large galleries these ed today at nearby Wethers Miami 11 4 .440 5 appropriation Covering a 430,000 square me.

Set and confident for the job l days to Arnold Palmer and Jack ,field. Day'naB'ch g 13 .409 5V4 bill which Department included a recommendation ter area three miles from the

STOP AT THE to be done Look at !the situation t Nicklaus. But two other members of Sarasota 9 14 .391 6 by Sen. Clifford P. main Olympic Stadium in ren.

confronting! you and gtt 1 Hebert the I960 PGA cham. golf's newest aristocracy are Wednesday's Games Case of 350.000 for operation tral Tokyo the $13 million com.
YELLOWAND a mental picture of the shot I plan, says that "Palmer and competing National Open Lakeland 6, Miami 0 next year of the Atlantic Marine plex will be the site of four

urn are going to have to make. Nicklaus have done more for champion Ken Venturl and Na. Tampa 5, Fort Lauderdale 2 game fish r.a.arch center at Olympic, field
BLUE Do this as waggle and golf in"the pass 10 years than! tlonal PGA champion Bobby Sarasota 3, Orlando 0 Sandy Hook. hockey volleyball and wres.tllng. .
you 1
I .
f anyone Nichols with Sam St. Peters
along Snead Daytona Beach at This will enable the center to
OQQ SIQN you will get yourself feeling There probably are some oth. and Billy Casper, last year's burg ppd., light failed. put to use its oceangoing research The hockey and soccer field
FOR DETAILS I carefully prepared to make er reasons, but .not to Hebert. ICO winner Thursday's Games vessel and special i saltwater has seats for 20,000 spectators
the shot. The waggle is not Relaxing in the locker roomat In Wednesday's pro-amateur Daytona Beach at St. Peters. tank to study game fish, VolI.yba1and\ wrestling 11'11be\

merely a nervous mannerism the Wethersfleld Country tourney, Jin Ferree and Rex burr (2)Fort which otherwise would have remained held In two 4,000seat Indoor sta.
of the expert golfer. I H 'is an t Club, latest stop on the major Baxter Jr, shared first place with Lauderdale at Tampa idle Although Congress dlums.
fem. league tour, Hebert flve.under.par 66s. Snead Miami at Lakeland
important part of hut planning was mad funds available in last
Insists) second with 17 and seven pros Orlando at Sarasota year's budget to acquire these
checkupyour "It used to be that you could tied for third place-Fred Haw., items, no provision was made In
Worm-up Jean Wins
C Ashley
1110' br Tli rblrifO> Tribune
win a tournament with two good S
kins .
Terry Dill, Don Fairfield, the 1965 budget for their operation
'j< OPUM cm. ,swing rounds But Palmer and Mck AI Balding George Archer, Lar. Over Nancy Roth In
tATI HUTU law than else
more anyone ry Mowry and Al Bessellnk, all Sandy Hook Is a crossroad of
changed this. The winner of a with 88s. the fish world. The water off Women's Amateur
\.I41-1\111 .. New Jersey and New York. are
prolific with marine life CHICAGO (AP-Nancy Rothof
Hollywood, Fla, was defeat

NEW Distance Statement Pitching Coach Jim Turner of ed by Jean Ashley, Colorado
IBM Long the Cincinnati Reds broke in a* Springs Colo., 1 up WednesdayIn
a pitcher in 1923 with Winston- the Women's Western Amtteur

Salem of the Piedmont League. golf tournament.

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By SAM DAWSON banks has been a pher', TIC-"-"

AP Business News Analyst of this expansion pent. the

NEW YORK (AP)-The fast Federal Reserve Bank Ijf St.

climb in time deposIts and v.Injs Louis notes In Its July Revle

S accounts that has mad. Previously such forms I I save

this business upswing different tinge rose rapIdly durn '. s.

from most others has slowed Ions and then tapei' >J '1 a: .

down. And so has the rise In In. log the expansion1 thaI) ; 'I 1.

terest rates paid for savings. lowed. In the 1933.r: red)sslo- ,

Bankers think that the high time deposits (reat 11.11: ainual

yields to be had now on various rate of 10 per cent, but dropped'

short.term Investments h.rt. to a 6 per cent increase t lu 11 tl1't'

and even higher returns abroad, following upswing In the )97.S, _. ......
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ma} mark a leveling oft or lump the growth rate of t bank

softening of Interest to be paid deposits was 15 per cent at an CLASS1HFI) KVTESRilei 14-Hep: Wanted Mare f "4- .Trade: or Sell

savers annual rate, with drop to J per

Also tending to have the same cent when times turned good Effective April I 1. 1964Q' <, W.m,, ",ad 'Q' .ki P .S
result Is the easing In the mort. again. I U I ... """ fat amd ..
. ly raIl Ml : l'r! IfTNAUk
markets. I I 5 54ved.t'l .
Investment '
gage fund In the last recession, 1960.61, h. C 0//ICr'/ d.,. , '. '" I, ,, .."H" FOR L0T'Yrsn "*"
supplies are exceeding demand the annual growth rate of time t-' MKI/y n.'we ".11, ",. "I' ,. ''',, '"'" '" bedroom 1 bath horn pr ,edet
for new mortgages in '" 5 I u h'',' ..11 104'' III.100 1040'.|.(. payment
many re. deposits was 15 per cent. But H 104..." .,,, >; Went
PUBLISHED DAILY 2 MM t Jr Co $ per mo e7l. lot.
glons As mortgage charges when business turned upward In :S CA"I.aIAN RIALTY iron N,
have eased a bit so has the rate u Malt wanted. far alack work TI I Ml 2IIH
time deposits continued to (Except Monday & Saturday) Apply Dana Lifiett' R*..ll Na' ./lL

which the lending Institutionscan grow at an annual rate of 14 per S Naple. Collier County, Flonda pie' (hppm' ( Center 7/M

pay for savings that form cent until mld.1963. u

the pool from which the money This year there has been a jl5-Se.! Help Wanted 57-Houses For Silt
for mortgages comes. slackening. Commercial banks i' :: \/'<<' ,

This may be one of the reasons are now reporting gains in time .
many bankers have been S LOCAL : Positron, Opining, In Cttabliirted Attention Mr Boat Owner
deposits at a 7 per cent Mann Shop aarrauvde to Are looking Ion a place
urging the Federal Reserve rate. The St Louis bank thinks pleymenl R.IauI, Enpenencepreferred te drop anchor' 11.0 you'II
Board to modify the I or t 'Inaert,on*. per line, let but not *'ete.*ary if want to lee Ibis, J bedroom.
easy money one cause Is rates paid
higher A St tOSS
willing la learn | 501>
1 or 4 CanieautivI } bath home Brand new
policies followed with little varl. p. line __ inIK Married Bond CIt Oractaraced
by mutual savings banks and -- lye"" eondit,oned A. heeted.

w- ."", .. I..T.. .-..-... ation through most of the prea.ent other savings Institutions. And Coniecutiv, Iniertion. per line a reium of your aimlifiMl family, room and double garage
JO Contecutivt 'Inierlieni, per rue on* to Collie" C**-ly Nowa snelareasea walled. lot n
business upswing The of late, money market" rates, S Ifl Ban 1737 A 17 7/Utf i beaut,ful Royal' Harbof Love

fNEA Telephoto American Bankers Associationhas especially abroad have firmed. S .<< IAbo" r.I" pply to I pi typp Count 4\t average Iv view down wide i jnel no.
S .o.a.. to lure Un. I the Stay of Nanlei All )f
A\II\T A MESS: suggested the board might lbs for only J25.000. with. at
: When a freight train which Is hauling think twice about keeping mon. 23-Miu. For Sale :.II.nt Serms

I -piq:>back cars hits the dirt its like dropping a pan of dried (uO'
ey easy If the business upturn :t : : : ; : B A Lucille Ottt l.... Brown
beans. This was the valley full of debris that greeted the approaches boom stage. Sheppard Wins .\. :, S All met tauer S colon garden, Can Hone bebotiHht

crews which arrived to clean up the Baltimore & Ohio right The ABA, however has op. separate er patio dolined DEWEY"POLLY
;jof way near McKoesport, Pa. after 22 cars left the rails. and inttalled Phone for
posed any moves to Increase the MINIMUM CHARGE 75f I,.aea mate, TONfCHAFT
.4 per cent limit the Federal New Round In INDUSTRiES' otfca, Ml I }?*; REALTYCorner
II.RII Ml .' m> &/H.lot
Reserve places on Interest on 8.pi. tp chnrefd AS 1<4 line ol lot Ave Do 4Temleml

Administration Seeks Action time deposits In commercial Freedom Fight 11'|>t. t tyPe chirRed, :2: lions MOVING 4 bar -Itool.i FOR. IALE Ml I43MUMMER Trail
banks. Many small banks aren'tpaying
U'I't.| t,\ |1'1' rhiiffoil a* 3 lImos nob.I "
that much i I small hbl..tud'lI .
anyway, say AKRON Ohio AP-Dr. Samuel 30'fit. tp rhitecil. a" 4 line cunch.s ( (PC(:IAL
Ing they can't afford to In their ( ,lanaebedrOoms.
1 chairs Brand new cel hou.
business. They'd hate to see H. Sheppard" has outlastedthe 31-pt. type changed as 6 lines wall. to wol\\ uinceIt.larpe .

On Anti-Poverty Bill Today savings siphoned off by much prosecution tn another legal All Clunlfied A battle to remain out of prison Ion double pun tmk oinkend floon Ot
higher Interest rates paid else. .Xdveiti'er hiss tal.lislicd i neconnt with the EWS. laboratory ihtol IrnlireriCall room' terMMiO 4 Load.
heat Carport
and It appears It could be weeksor ceiling
WASHINGTON (-'PI.) vote" of in amendment b\ Sen. where Ml ? 1701 acapxg Offered by Owner
Many mutual savings banks even months before he learns DAILY DEADLINE 10 A M. Day Prior Publication $10000 |}00Nuple Tr.,1, Terrcu Ho.
Ailminlstntloi I Uidois drove" George" A. Smathers D-Fla. to
Ml Z SOb)
his fate. SUNDAY DEADLINE Phone
10 AM 26PenonalALCOHOLICS '
have offered than 4
for Smite piss ice 01 president Iiruhlhlt the establishment of more percent 7/11,51

Johnson S9C2.r.million .HIt IOV. youth lamps In an) state with. And some savings and Sheppard" when won a new round Adi MUll Bf in Lightface Type ANONYMOUS
Wednesday a three.Julleerederal
eity lilll llI' liter 01'' >'Pt1| IIIIr astate's out the consent of that states loan associations, especially In & Man or women. wih" drinhlniproblem IrAUTI'UL wATERFRONT
the West have been offering panel of the 6th U.S. Clr. National line 30 Ash for help by oiling HOME
rights amendment per <
they) governor.A 1I..h. walarfrontmrlh
cult Court of Appeals held his Ml 1 Oil Via tor* card oily 1 bd 7 0"
hOJ|>('(j would 1 pl 11'k up sUPl>ort major feature of the leglsla. close to 5 per cent In dividendsto Classified Inch welcomed. Meetings. in Firttplot dock S. ...w.1I largeporch.
get funds for the mortgage $10,000 bond-and his freedom- Display per . 1.75 '. Church A and.a III air' .00dIIon.. storm
from Southern llemonolls.The thrill Is to establish
authority a market there. were valid until the court could it 't PIN Avt every Tuot and ...,.".... drape rods. new 0"..
Mil has ome umlirIIP jolt orpH' to provide education, Fri Ought *t I 10 P M T V CabI. neal. yrenovaled.gon'plrtely .
The rise In the total of time decide If the U.S. District Court landscaped and ood'
atUk from Sen. work experience' and vocational
ivy Dan
| 1-Announcement U Iaaluures too
dad anyeltra
order for his release would
Coldwiter of Arlroiu, the He. training fur young people age 16 deposits In the commercial stand. Deltona Reports numerous 10 m.nllo" PrIcs:
I puhtifjn presi" lenthl nominee.He to 21 In onservatlon 33-Servi $17,000
The court Is not scheduled to Profits 50%
half ivlled It a liukwird ansi residential enters. l lass e. Temnml Trail BROOKSIOE HOME

looking; hodgepodge with) ''thl') '' An enrollment of 40,000 Is DEATHS there meet again was no until indication October that and The Deltona Corporation, half Midway' IIIM SEA WALLS equipped 2 bdr T I with bath,ran kitchen,e. refngertor .fully

single olijec tlve of te<'urlng!: planned for the first year with owner of the Marco Island Development CONCRETE WOOD MOCK dithwahar. ditpotel.. Lot
'5Cohulwater LIBERTY N.Y. (AP)-Harry earlier action would be possible.Dr. fully landscaped and oddedReaiilifiil .
votes. 100,000 the next. Corp. reported jester Foundation Piles
2-B.kes I old
Grosslnger 76 sole owner anda Sam, central figure In one condition' year
was not on, 'haunt Sen. Pat MrNamara, D.Mich., day that company profits are up Price |lf MX
founder of the famed of the nation's most publicized Docks-Mooring Whips
when the Senate! nip| K>I| Mute floor manager of the bill, said SO per cent In tire first half of BRAND NEWBROOKSIDE HOME

on the hill Weduesd t.II'. The fight he was willing with "some re. Hotel In the Catskllls which he murder cases, headed with his 1004 over the year.ajo level Iwo Honda 90 Practically, new IAGEN Automatic drydock. NEW delu>* I lid, t full bath
built from a farm boardinghouse new wife to their Cleveland fully .q.'pp.d.'' Stop ,
agilnM It was led 5I,, luitame" to accept. Smathers'amendment. announcement" ABBOTTRadio on 120 Ft of Waterfront with
by John
n. The company I Is|rIo. 4 apeed ah ft Jot Black' \ and sod'
home a..1lnd.capod
to wait until
to a resort of Internatlon. the legal :
G. Tower, R.Tex., win hid said the initial Impact of the Del. 4J* Orchid, Dr Ml t tilt Road dad Kitchen has Q E Range.
al fame smoke cleared. 1111.M
died of
joined Coldwat eirllei' In dt>. He" also accepted| an amend coronary tout Corporation's major new" Silos I4HI AU. dishwasher 4. ditpotal Drape.
thrombosis Wednesday. Ills attorney, F. Lee Bailey of 4 Rod throughout home E
nounring the mea uie In a ml.piofJty merit b>' Sen. Winston L. Prou. community development program flaorr.oan. Ire I larae tcreenod In porch
Boa,5-Motort Tarrarro
Boston Tile' and
said Acc
"I don't think ,
: this (.
;.. 'reiiuiUfjom: the \\-i1hor. ty, R.VI., designed" to bar poll' .us at Marco Island will be felt dura J by TONECRAfT IN. iwlth buiU' 'In" plantar E.tra.bliie .t
PHILADELPHIA (AP-WII. case will over be retried.' il S Nachlae' ,crsb'waestrmpprn e an< an.wIh.r- lilorn
> t tlfCrom' the )job S second oll964 The'.t1DC DUST"II'
r..col"mll corps pro. convicted of lag the half I and polish rca.Idanlrol faelufe Prta ll90.""f.
TIP' extent, If anto wlili-liColilwitei gram. Samara said he was bur Hamilton, 54, former Re. Sheppard, sec' owns half of 10,000 acre BOAT FOR SALE 5rasoa and comtnarcnol' Office,
publican city chairman and a ond-deeree murder In the 1954 II II Owen. fubsriii boat lIon 'I 15155.
Mr 57795 FLORIDAReal
was coins to mix In sure the Intent of Prouty'samendment slaying of his pregnant "on Marco Island. adjacent small Call S MII or t mi '/! 1/7. 101'aAuto FIRST
the Icliite was uiKeiUln. lie would have been power In his party In Pennsyl. bludgeon er Islands and on.tbe mainland.

/ wis. to l'l'luln tn the" Seiute can led outanywav.Dpsltll's vania for many years, died" wife, Marilyn was freed from Deltona Corporation will dual! BOAT FOR ALE For Sale Estate: Mart
II' Lyman :
Wednesday of an apparent heart Ohio Penitentiary a week ago Minebout iou 'he
C'l1..mllpl' toililoi iii,' first time the job corps' themeisure of the development" construction Gray.Inboard Live ball well.
shire his nomlnitlon, ami his wou'd! provide work. seizure. after U.S. Dlst. Judge Carl and sales work atMjrco.Workls ..Ira* 1100 00. (.. Dubs Tur. uSIS Nnll II Ho PIt 'I lIlt
Weinman of Dayton ruled he ncr Ml I un. ,/2| .M (HI CROWN 'IMPERIAL Modal Hams Ph MI 1341J
COP Olleipies ilinncil h .i study programs for young ppo. already under way. 4.dr hardtop local Irodo 'in 0'
( had not received a fair trial.
round 01 weliomlnr su' ','lies. pie' adult educitlnn and train. Total sales in real" estate Showroom condition. aulomalic
| Herb Sheldon, 51, who appearedon Presiding Judge Paul C. opera 7-Dogs Cats Pots Iranimiition, full po...., Twelve; Ac,. North CarolinaMountain
Under in .iffu'finont leuhed, \ trig among a variety of <'ommu.nlty television and radio atlons for the first half of 1964 radio 4. healer C..hrale Home. Two Story
network Welch of Akron said the
\Veiliiexdiy" to limit ik-lute on action projects, federal reached $7,597,714 as compared financing, priced' to naIl now 'arn. Two atory (mil cellar;
for 12-hour a week during the 1 late court would not void .
Judge WOODCHRYSLER AKOrteal Fruit tree Abundant
HIP bill) ind Its imeiiilineiilK,, grunts i and loans to help" Inino.verMhed to $4,637,088 In a similar per. FOR ALE: ; :
Sa LaqannrteVams
> Water
r o
of heart >
1950s died Tuesday a Weinman's of ball but
granting Adnrobla Apricot' Poodle Puppy
Dl'III""l'atil letters expi i-ssi'd rural families, aid rormlrrlnt lod last year a.. 4t Little ..,1'.".
A K C end Shott Mt I JIM
i"IIIICIII'III'e, the, urucu suur' would h faimwoikers and S|> attack. would modify It. lie said the Net Income for the Miami. FMO No Temlaml roll, Napla land North Carolina 714.35RIIIOENCS'

lie |,issed. .mil sent to. the House ,' ID.IIIS fur small business. ranting of ball was at the dls. based building firm amounted 13-Help Want. Female I/U T rCMrnuNT.
cretlon of Judge Weinman AN KM el while tend beach
lute III the ,1.11. POMONA, Calif. (AP)-Dr. L. to $''2,430 or 41 cents per share tret (pMlal' ., 00 I ....'m. I II.,... leraie. CBS

One move holstciiik i i theli I Wendell Fifield, 73, a native of Weick added that the panel for the first 1964 half, comparedwith Good opportunity" for womanwith Call, Wymaith 5 1102 Can ,,: fi with screened Ml pool and patioluM .
would stay the habeas corpus Secretarial enperlence n.nro'I 7/7t.Sl I reduced. to "'.'!>II unlufmailed ,
hopes| was the! il i In \olie Benton Harbor Mich., and a $353,993 or 27 cents _
'ii| | u urri Insurance Board writ until It could rule the per muss type well. Ihorlhand da This i* a wonderlal. buy
minister known on KM Chavy 4 Dr Kid' TranS
Congregational share for the agoperlodthe "rlbl. lend resume to CollierCouvty In a barco Mem May" we show
nationally through his churr h merits of It. He slid the court showed. New* Bon Hit A II Good aacond car foil' tOtt so CPis preponty bOa P CA.NISSEAN .
Two Plans 1If\
7/silt REALTY, 1750 NTrail
would act "at "
NOW I : an early date
City died" Tuesday" of a cerebral he. The Collier County Com mis. Ml HIM.
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This mi Thund.rbirduardtsp.H. . R 4.
amounted freedom
DrinkingWater Affecting Workers morrhage. for slon in yesterday's session enter WAITRESS WANTrO Pawar ...''ndo..... ...... Pa.lary .. WATCRXffdNf 'ii d- f"be3
Sheppard and threw the case ed an agreement with the MIDC Pine' Lanes neck Bar Must befl air candtisnrna, Law milaas. room, a bath, Florida room
T\LI,,MHSSEE( (AP) The Into a new legal tangle that Inquire at Pine' Lama, "'I' UOI ella, I P U laraie. Located on tie we MadcanaT
BEAUTIFULLAKE State InlUI.IIII'1"" Commission be. WASHINGTON (AP)-Lucille could reach the U.S. for a water and sewer franchiseto tm.tReceptlenlat' I/n" Claan:I and' well t cared for
SupremeCourt. serve the 60,000 residents .,,. Priced. at $11500. Own.ran.'
KELLY r.111 studj tmla of two requests B. Wendt, 54, a bacteriologist lout to .*ll. CARIBBEAN
chemist and lawyer died peeled to occupy Marco bland with typing 4 M' REALTY !/'0 N. Trail, Ml
will<< II Mould affect all Florida Sheppard and his bride of 44-Mobil Homes
or write .
In the Initial development pro. n.psi.nce. ; I 111!. 4/}'.thtf
iikers.), Wednesday of a respiratory all. five days the former Arlane Conditoned Air Corp ID loth
for ment. She played a key role In gram treat North MI 5 SiC?. 1/11,51 II lit
One request Is a general Tebbenjohanns were marriedIn l thai Now Moon Mint tall make allay 1
i rite. inc'i'ease for new and I'e. the" Senate subcommittee's 1959. Chicago last Saturday after W."traws "n'.d S orsrna
sewed business under" the work. 1960 Investigation of the drug In. federal marshals refused to arrest f PET DOCTOR ]I II and tzU.iOun5o. Must b. II r'1"l.It. MlS Spring park! Angler PeradiaeTrailar '"JOt SIn" Id 71414 Awe or North Ml lll/t load lerms.Ml 'sins.

men 's u ompensatlon laws. The dustry. Sheppard In
LOTS FROM nth.r Is loran ln<'r ease of the --- ---- ,j ; I v A. W. Meller, D Y.M. PUBLIC NOTICE 4S-Trailers For Rent 58-tots For Sal'

pi loll) limit for piemlumcomutatlons. .
Trailar II ....... .with, TV .
$995 up > a Na' ,'lCt al St cahe P5,0.N.
t NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS III a work. Space* It a week .., school' and tlore II lit
1100 DoriaIlrkerri Commissioner J. Edwin Larson NAME STATUTE Rock Craak T",'.' Park MARLOWE' 4 BECK OIl SIP
Not ca la hereby (,ivan that the 4/ltf Ml 5221.
( o'up said the requests were made" Av outh |
undara |nad. dosurrn| S n 1/11.1".11
C. H. LUFF Wednesda b>' the National I I the: practice of wet. ''nr:3; rCifle
For Rent
I t \ / under the f,ct liou* name af Maplai' 48-Apti.
ltr(. Real tklalr: MrukrrSUwarl Council on Comi' nsatlon Insur Animal, Hoip,tel, located al the 59AcreaguII
.111. .... Maple I (hopp n| Plata' Naplei Flor 5 this Day WaakMonin 0'
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K. i K I(,. |Ir it ; MOTILl 'I
Ida, nt andras IfWHi IRIS' .
--- u" owner la ret i acre* en immotaia Rd
4i'lh\ 1 M \ipktiiM. ,., the aaid lict, ,I,oua name with Ins 7 1)01 or Ml I lilturnitnedI usDa n.h. Your chano for a
Ml ?.1119 More than 14 million tour. Clerk of the Circuit. Court of f Col -m- sao 5ia.Pam good tnvoatmont CARIBBEANREALTY
'liar PIanO.oasnT
Arizona annually' County , .
I isis visit P DILBONC. DVM. n I bda .p" Effrc.nSias IrtO.N Trail Midway '
Tv. Asr Cnd 755 OlIn HIM 4/Iltht
I July I, II, 1) 30, 1964 #20J Aa 5 0 1041 1 4112 5/S PS

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT' 540 cIrca foe .are at $00Cf IP**
I I bedroom apart
SOUTHERN DISTRICT: MihI' sell. p0,1. Two
vent Huga I ving "' hIgh , ef .
mile south proposed FtLeuderdel
There's Nothing Like It In Naples . iJ # ADMIRALTY OF FLORIDA NO I.5POS an end i b.fh Ml i 1 IM i Iftt/f': "... CARIBBEAN.REALTr .

Haw.It S McQill .. M/y '''',,' -n.O'OOOl Yarnah.d sisCaSipapI 17M N. Trail, Ml.
t. Goo|'a No 2402H No pela erchIdren MlCr > IIM 5/5SThsIl
NOTICE I have arreiled the fore lUll MI 2 Sf13. ... 4/S'S
lon, ; "....1 r and appurtanancx upon TRAIL' FRONTAOEIt
i I,bal filed r colaure civil and 1 BEDROOM UN'URNIJMEDAPT acre h''lit a. dry 'Iv4 "*
mar,time for C..... of Contractamountmi GREEN ACRIS Ml mllee" from courthoute MAR
VfIlageGreen t. It OM II Procei ret 1 JWO /lltl LOWE A
.u' and ..".. S.adae open $osutPn, Ml 1'lMi.IIJ 'tI'tI.t;
Q. li il harmful te feed our ,if of la'd. Court on Auut ( IH4et SABLE\ SHORES! APT8.Tradawind .

dog teem the 'loble? Mete Wild. the United llete Court Houie.
M,ami Piaruda end all Inliretledmud Ml" I 44lt 65-Cen. Real Estate
EVEN ETTE1" grubn, Carthage Mo.A. .pp.., and file written crams ,foad and A..u Ave
.n.... .. other ".'.n... in partonor
for rhoutondi of ,eor. doiJ.I..ed by Praetor. or default and con Apartmant LOTS FOR SALE

A New Community of Cooperative en whole*e' food hitman" bo,ngi darnnat,. at will M,be ami orderedDATtD Florid July Looel' Apt I b drm Yaaior Punsn.or Beit buy In Neple. ....k. High

Ml" (let ....... V ?..,... ewoy lena".. I' 1464 monthly beach 4 sitU ahoppmg I/Sill i Dry HOflMBUSINESS PROPERTY

Garden Apartments for Adults "'I,.'. wot elwoyi o luoply W food our United w Stales MIXON Marshal.1Iou' Efficiency Weakly or Month WasP aide of Trail ,IH mile

,...,," hymoni. dog >..,ed nearby ''.'. D,itrictof Iv Ml" li'71 ".42 115500 from rtty front Limit ft |I2 ft. deep
Only-.Prices Start at $7,200 and J.II FloridaFtwiar HOMES FOR ALE
e .n o".odopl.dotp." ', .
While 'lienHumkly APT FOR .RENT New retirement. homo. I bedroom .
and Camponiani" IfhSeprimirlvepoople" 4 TrenamProctor N...i I bedroom Apt ifurmth 1 beth garage. .to.... r*.
4 ,*od on tht leoiKo'e itiadogioiet" tOl 104 antS Clly. Plerida N.tlOn.I' ConS slag ?. with, leve 4. refrig Carport god. Central air and heat.
tloraroom CenlraHy lo paved drive W'ICIS. tor
t (... Kumoni w.'. hwnteri nSf. dogs for Lb.llant.. cited near beach tn90 per rag,. finer sliding, glass door

INSPECT THE MODEL ONE bMO- .'. moo* tcropi ,In "tire fir foil, dogl July It PhIl .,21HOTICI month yea' round Randolph 10 Kraanad porch ,In BeautifulSorrento ,
Fuller. Realtor Ml, 2 5041. Oarden Ju.t IIJ.7M
IEDROOM mod an 'ke. pauliry, .' even rooularly 7/itS rompltte
ROOM AND TWO Pant l i, In ..
it living leied et-
I In Ihli becomeleriawtly ,
century people Nulua .5 h..lIy lyon IIv Iho C.ty J .
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV. concerned about *. d,ol aldogl Cei,"t,I of the City of (vriadeFiordu EBB TIDE AI'TS. TBS moiphere f,,,,Ida room. Carport t bath. air,,

ENUE, SOUTH AND FIFTH STREET. The meat.procoti'nj and lie,". C ty that of the Everiiada Tea AaaaiamentRon for "61 Weekly Monthly loose .""dl..o..IIIOOM. .... .love lie. refr view, ..eratev.over .

WEEKDAYS 10 AX. TO S P.M. m.llmg MduHr .. hod by a'odxil for 'wuil,, Raculer be lubmltad Meetin for t* .be ppreval bold I onTj. elli Modern 4. turmthed bedroom apt efficienclot*. ,mel Mce Garden. >. landcapin' mrente own......

which ...., Theie .. Auut 4 .114 atJt 'JO (ally "". C. Naples, near (a* Gate
P.M. S. ....... ., .. S w..nll.'o'.t d.y 111 If : ''I. I '"J ....".
H.II. Lw"jlades :
SUNDAY 1 TO S -- wot e demand fee ke".'t lead. for dogi. smock P 104 .t lIre City .C ", :I :

A DOG'S LIFE at the Humane Soclet).', shelter er'd'he. th. huge pot 'teed. (nduifry _.. .Florida Soard CI tad, Iq..h Council,."...mill e.. APT FOR RENT hath Br SihVlt.Torpor.' ... ||1 r.'PerIod .'1

includes a Treat deal of attention from volunteers cam" ..... being The pot,load. 'Induifryno the, City Tea Roll. at thus SonS maolingAH Ap Conditioned, furnih4 ..- for retirement > North
perten dowrieS te cor and .
employees nnd visitors, but the VIP is the pup'sprospective "........ nSa. fin.... heelnSierl, diet ,t"i one made 'n thor ......"'...... '"., 1000 Apt per near month beach Midway Napie CARIBBEAN' Jut tUIOfl. CompIste.

/ld ?Ittttutl44 uthteS. 4 nt'owner.. Office volunteer Justine I. dogs and .ihee. ,..i. While a dog arIen whether. In otharwi I,et'n, ....,hall...too.f Mo' prop w th . 211)2 'iI.II ) N Mf.REALTYirjt 1.IUS.:

Wakelee literally has her hands full with her lan live an table wraps ..hi b." feed the clerh on or before MondayAuu TMt": .. ,
}. IWO th day to
...!tort favorite waif a peppy. playful and affectionatepart for him li the. commerciol" / dog food th,a (maotlnii. ( a* petit, ,provieua en wiling 49-Houses For Rent
forth I n.abr.c' '...* te such a 5. 66- urance>
It.TIVES ire-haired terrier This small "Animal of [JuJuUJLlIff eaament and pointing out (Hi correcliorto I
dinned. t* be made Bedroom. 'un. hauteeir
MI 2.2124 the Day" Li described as 6 months old, short The T.. ....**"'.nt Rnll for 1 IIM eondit'oner. M'ch,gan Awonuo.
303 5th Ave., South haired and white with black ears. She I is just one RENEW WJRDWWS 5. open for mtpoctien by ell tort .. near Party Ponlry Inbedroom loss Money Easy .Fiymtnt
tlo5Franh Wtutmaabai .
'u" Aut Hem
corned Plea Plan Owner
LICENSE ** govern yourtalvei *.
of many canines being offered for adoption. and .' t.' .c.erdingivB. .C" _I/.Jt.. ,"* '

OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER may be seen at the shelter between 12 and 3 WRING YOUR City B CI.OIDEON" I hwi furnlthed JAI I I QER Ills Ant INSURANCE. NerihMl :

p.m. daily BIRTH MONTH July_ L33._ Au|. f. IH4 *JII Call lot, | 3m "l.1f j L. J_ _*/1tl OtI

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8 rOLUER POINTY Thursday. July 2 I1GI!

Study Nikita's MotivesFor Barry Regrets ShowdownIn

Departure Of

Attack On GoldwaterBy Liberal WingWASH OAS On

t :>>en.
JOHN M HIGHTOWER the United States, and the dlplo 4 Barr Goldwater said today' bee
WASHINGTON AP The mat who tried Seen
( ) It would qulckl 'la.Me. ,err) that some Republicans
sharp debate over U.S. foreign find himself In serious tmubli have declared they cannot now

policy which Is developing In In 1888 British Ambassador! (, support him a* the party/f WASHINGTON' (AP-The in.
this year' presidential election Lionel SaclnllU.West ua& so' ,t presidential nominee, and add. ter-American foreign minister
campaign seems likely to excite home for taking sides in DO! ed the GOP must "stick to. conference headed for a final
more reaction in foreign roun. contest between Grover cieM showdown .
today with
fether. a majorl.ty
fr tries than any American point land and Benjamin Harris, Goldwater, back at the Sen. reportedly already decided tc
cal dispute since the end of and his tale Is well remembers t he
ate for the first time vote for a diplomatic and trade
World Warll. in the Washington diplomat) iA won the Republican presidential quarantine on Cuba.
1 i Much of the European,; picas corps to this da} : nomination, told newsmen All fix foreign ministers who
t J has already expressed bitter But the rules that silence an\ that's their own choict. I'm addressed. the conference
: criticism of the of bassadors do
v.f not operate tor I ,s> i cry} that the feel that way. Wednesday supported< Venezue.
s4' Sen. Barry Goldwater, assailing presidents and premiers, speak Republicans have! to stick to. la'* demand for a stiff penalty
a him as the leader of those who ing from distant capitals. getter," he said in a running on the Fidel Castro regime! for
'n would change fundamental U.s. Khrushchev told a Polish au. news conference between his of. subversion In Venezuela,
", .4< In world affairs. dlence that the
positions candidate
put floor. Mexico
flee and the Senate and Chile are expect.
Soviet Premier Khrushchev forward b the Dean Burch Denisim Kltchel
> Republican
par. Sens. Jacob K. JavtU and ed to oppose the mandatory
raised the operation to the sum. ty "made it clear that he wants (GOLim : PICKSDean Burch, TUl son \rtt alter Kenneth B. Keat nf' of New; break In relations, but they! are
mit level this week by denounc. to enter the White House under
neis GOP presidential nominee Sen. r rrGoldwater' York and J. Glen, Beall of given little chance to change the
Ing both the Republican noml.! the slogans of unbridled anti.I i .
.. < selection for Republican National Chairman e Denison Maryland have said in. cannot! indicated position of most of the
b nee and the platform on whichhe communism and war threats.1
Kitchel now offer! Goldwater then back' 1 conferees.
Phoenix. Ariz., attorney will\ the senator'scampaign
1* running. He also asserted that the Re. manage
veto.4p for ing Brazil continued efforts to
This kind of action by a for publican platform, which he dl'. the presldencKitchl'l milslerullndl'd Gold
water drive for Goldwater! said his aides areworl.lng 1 find a compromise solution to
elgn official is traditionally nounced as warlike, had \been
to set up a conferenceof avoid a s >111'lIh Mexico and
classified in diplomacy as inter adopted "in an atmosphere '
to seek > Chile while
h top Republicans raret satisfying most oth.
terence In the Internal affair of reminiscent of the fascist gath .
) unity. er member nations
Brings in Nuernberg." Poll Shows Goldwater Gain No date has been set for the 1 Secretary of State Dean Rusk
'it .
> The big question raised among
Gem Bandits unity session asked the conference Wednes
U.S. foreign policy officials who
Goldwater's secretary',
press day to impose sanctions
are alwa\s concerned with the W.\SinGTOil( 1') .\ The poll, topMighted bthp Edward K. Nellor. said former Cuba, and on
urged a warning to
Get $1 MillionAt aim of Khrushchev's maneuvers sharp upswing of Cuter supjuit! Washington: Post, showed! that President Dwight 'D. Elsenhow the Castro regime that "the full
is .that he hopes to ac In the South has boosted Sen before the Republican National ,
pAt er, Gov William W. Scranton> weight of the regional security'
>ulirtt\ Convention, Johnson led n.llloll.
rt; Sia t compllsli! at this i oi of Pennsylvania and Nelson A.system Kill be applied" if it
Monte CarloMONTE time but he still lulls President all 72-22, with, 0 per tent undec. Rockefeller of tew'Ol'k, and> persists subversion
Khrushchev has Interfered in Johnson nationally' bC4 |>t'l .ided.
former! Vice President Richard I Rusk also tailed on the Free
CARLO masked Monaco U.s. presidential politics \before.In cent! to 30, according to the lat Tie! same voters questionedafter M. Klan;" and vice presidential World countries to "take
(AP-Four men shot a 19CO he spoke out against est Louis Harris poll. the rOIl\'entioll. i preferred! ap.proprlate *
nomlnetllllam E. Miller '
(NEA Ttlephotoi policeman and another man to. Republican nominee Richard M, Goldwater swept into a cleat Johnson 61.31, with 8 |her tent \ "i people the( senator trade with steps Cuba"in the The field United of

POIGNANT MEMORY President Lyndon Johnson stands day as then held up a jewelry Nixon. At that time Khrushchev lead In the South, with the support untied led. will Inv,.-. States has had only) partial sue
I with head bowed during his visit to the grave of the late store near the Monte Carlo Ca. had broken off friendly ).. rsonal of S5 per slob and escaped with more relations with polled. discounted! I, Johnson's lead lellfu
President John F. Kennedy in Arlington National Cemetery. President Dwlght Senate fU than $1 million worth of gems.A D. Eisenhower U3 -in 74-20(j U'foie the! CO'I\'l'lIl1on
over tl
Johnson called at the grave after taking part in a Pentagon galleries! were wt>lI.til1f'd In an. Haute with Cuba.
number of passersby witnessed plane incident\ and hi ex to (11.35 I aftt'rwud.Pr'Kldent .
tlcipatlon of announced plans by In
ceremony his speech, Rusk did not!
the quick operation. pressed his antagonism toward To Enforce Ban Johnson leads! In the
Republican senators! to give\ him spell out the sanctions he pro
Some residents of the fashionable Nixon by identifying him with other three .ectlonst! In the
Get Ranger 7 Hotel De Paris leaned from Elsenhower. On Crawfish TrapsTALLAHASSEE East, 74.26; In the! Midwest, 04. a welcome! back. posed, 1 but the foreign ministers
Death Toll In hotel windows to watch.It 36 and 1 have before them a resolution
their Diplomats here \believe thepresent ; In the West, 69 31.
( )- calling for all member of the
was the fourth holdup of the Johnson overall! 64.36
campaign debate for
on ir
Singapore Riots Ready For Try Clerc Jewelry Shop in the past sign policy probably will be ty agents conserva headed 11 l Ion Into the department! FloridaKeys cent lead, the Hulls poll' said, YOUR ...;:, States Organization to break of diplomatic American and
decade. The owner have estl. far and was the wldit-t b '
more reaching Involve eiijmed ) am DRIVER'S LICENSE t.:
today to enforce! a ban trade relations with Cuba
To Reach mated their losses In the tour more fundamental issues than candidate for president In mod., ...
MoonCAPE against setting out tawflsh DURING YOUR ......
Mounts To 18 robberies at 12,260,000 francs any In the past 20 years. ern times at this stage! of the
traps before the season BIRTH -f
KENNEDY Fla. (AP) ($2.45 million). The haul In to Where the Communist problem Aug. 1. opens" | campaign. I;trryone Reads The NEWS"
SINGAPORE (AP)-Chinese -Whll. experts assessed the re. is concerned, for example,
and Malays poured Into the suits of a successful space glider day's holdup was estimated by the Johnson administration has
streets of Singapore for more test, another launch team ($2.45 million). The haul In to. been following a policy of tryingto ":':.,'.' '.
racial battles today, pushing the today prepared the Ranger 7 day' holdup was estimated by treat different Communist F::
official death toll to 18 since spacecraft for a shot at the them at 7 million franc ($1.4 countries differently according
communal rioting began Tues moon on Monday. million). to their willingness to make
day night. Ranger 1* intended to makea The robber drove up to the practical agreements with the : Terrific Boat
Hospitals reported 05 more In. 68-hour, quarter-mllllon.mll8 shop today In a mall pickup United States. In the Kennedy. Buys
lured were brought In after four journey to the moon to snap truck and doubleparked In the Johnson administration the out.
hours of serious dashes, most of several thousand closeup pic. street. Policeman Henri Natali standing example of this policy :
them during a morning break In tures for the Apollo man-to-the. saw the truck-which had been Is the limited nuclear test.ban
the curfew to allow l people to moon project. stolen Wednesday night! and treaty signed with the Soviet\ '- '
buy food. Officials hope Ranger 7 will told the driver to move on. As Union last summer.
Conflicting official reports of provide the United States with he turned his back, Natall was
the total number of Injured In its first moon launching cue felled by a machine gun burstto H
the battling ranged from 192 to cess. This nation has tried and his legs. 54 CasualtiesIn
more than 300. failed 12 times since 1958 to The four men rushed Into the
Police, riot units and troop send unmanned spacecraft jewelry shop, covered the three R' F . _
had hauled In 1,038 persons on around, near or to the moon. employes and scooped up the Red AmbushOf 1i apa
curfew violation charges and jewels in the main display case.
another 195 were charged with A* the truck roared away,
unlawful assembly or rioting.A The New York Public Library more bullets were fired Orfeo S. Viet Unit

federal police spokesman In with about 7 million Bonlcchlnl, a gardener at the
Kuala Lumpur, capital of books, is the second largest Hotel De Paris, was struck In SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP)-A *
Malaysia, said although(: the sit. library in the United States the legs. po w' e r < u I Communist unit s.
uatlon continued serious In Sin. ....." pounced on a South Vietnamese "
gapore, the rioting had not : mechanized relief force! |late ','

.spread la. to other |parts of Mala)'. Read...-the-.- Want Adse'AF.S.::: ::'::; ;;] vehicle Wednesday and with dektroUng Inflicting recollless an 54 cannon.armored casualties .<

The clash, about 21 miles DEMONSTRATOR
northwest of Salmon, was the "
latest In a bloody series of one. attacks on !big .
units I With 140 liP Mere.Cruiser

BROOKSIDE BOWL Vietnamese officers estimated SPECIAL
however, that their forces killed : Canvas Top, Windshield Wipers, $$3695

60 of the enemy. The captured I Bilge Pump, Safety Glass Windshield ATI
one Communist gun, a 57MM

invites the public to rerollles Seventeen! cannon.government troops :

were killed, 34 were woundedand : 17' DANIELS SPORT CRUISER PLYWOOD
three were missing. Several :

Tommy Tuttle DayTOMMY In the U.S.flreflglit advisors but were all were involved reported I/t Canvas top, bank cushions, side curtains, compass, spot. $$995

ullinjurt'd.Russians. }). .. light, 2 fuel tanks, rod holders, glass holders,
spesdometer, with 1960 Mercury 45 liP electric start and COMPLETE

TUTTLE WILL MAKE Want generator, wide beam-Plywood with Fiberglas bottom. WITH TRAILER


Reds SoonBy

2 P.M. AND 7:30: P.M. USED MOTORS r

4 AP Special Correspondent

Saturday, July 25 th stay Premier In Poland Khrushchev's may herald brief yet Re-built and Guaranteed

another! international Commu.
lust conference and a Soviet last. 19110 18 n.p Evlnru - --- 195.00
1963 Mercury 1000 Electric starting :
chance offer to Red China to jet $850.00 HH10:15: n.p Electric sterling,

FREE CLINIC in line with the Kremlin. snit generator! 49.00 Gale Buccaneer (12)) u --...- -__ 269.00
11\50 2'., FhP Evinrude __
Y"c The Russians now want, 89.00 19110 40 ILP. Evinrude Manual --- 275.00
AND PERSONAL INSTRUCTIONFOR quickly, a meeting of 29 Com 19596 nr. Mercury
HI58 35 11.1'. Evinrule Manuel\
135.00 -'- ---- 165.00
munlst parties those which 111110 15 n.p. Gal! Buccaneer! '
ALL BOWLERS! served on the drafting commit.! np. Evinrude electric
tee for the 13,000-word Moscow starting: snit! generator __ 49x.00
declaration which resulted from

Watch Our Local Bowlers In Action Against This Star! the Red world conference of 1963 18 n.p. Johnson 1963 28 lI.P. Johnson

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . 1960. That declaration was sup. Long Shaft Elec. 295.00
Long Shaft, Elec. Starting 395.00
to be for
posed a blueprint


HIS .CCOMPLISHMENTS THE FOLLOWING: The 28. member conference Skin Diving Suppliesand Hundreds of New Baby Turtles

would be assigned the Job of

Member preparing for a new full-dress Just Hatched
of AMF Staff of Champions world meeting "

Winner of World's Invitational 36 game qualifying trophy A Soviet Utter to Peking published Air Station Bring The ChildrenTo

with a 220 average July 17 one of a long
series of acrimonious exchangessays
Finalist: World's Invitational Tournament many factional groups Ski Equipment Rentals See Them
within parties around the world,
Twice Winner: North Carolina State AII Events sponsored by the Chinese, claimto
be real representatives of the .
Winner: $10,000 Carting Bowling Classic, Atlanta, Go. Communists but "neither in
theory nor in practice supportthe BOA
BPAA Champion 1962 and 1963 general line of the world i -.

High Qualifier' in Masters Tournament at ABC in Oakland, Communist Chinese movement"The would try to get 1\\"

California, April 1964 such parties into a world meet. HAVEN
ing, the letter indicates Khrushchev *
Finished 3rd place in National Doubles (bowled a 297 game) apparently has taken
steps to parry any such at.
Won BPA All Star Tournament in Texas and finished secondin tempt. There are parties, the NAPLES inc. } 1vt

Television National Roll-OffBOOHSIDE Soviet letter says, which have ,
emerged since 1860 and could be
invited, but only those who at.
tended the I960 meeting and.Ign.d >>j *

BOllll considered. the declaration capable of interpret should be ;\ I located on the Trail and on Naples Bay

lag 11,
That would rule out some

2025 DAVIS BLVD., EAST NAPLES I Ml 2-6400 groups, "where from the underdevelopedareas Chinese are 0 1484 5th Avenue South .._ ......_. Midway' 2-3940+

::1' .
particularly strong among 1m .. i.< t t "
patient Communists.

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