Title: The daily news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079904/00227
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
Naples Fla
Publication Date: August 14, 1964
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Volume ID: VID00227
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Are not 'One Man, One Vole Backers' RallyRestricting

Dear Donna:

Th orBy r Tell Your Windy Sisters Has


MOSCOW CAP) The Soviet
Union said today It will not em. Not Welcome
barrasi Its Asian and African They're

friends by pressing Ita claim to On
a seat at the Bandung confer., 4 pp Congress Spot
nee. But It blasted Communist
China for trying to bar the door,,
In a statement to African and I f
Asian governments, the Soviets

said they felt their participation WASHINGTON (AP) Con. last seven words to Oirkseii'i i reapportionment| ases oming.
Wd'"not obligatory\ cress was caught today tn a original proposal for an unrondilional from any 1..01"1,11 i ourt 01. slated
The statement ap eared to be I / deepening oontrovers' over the delay that trlgfrerei supreme) tout )L
a concession to friendly Africanand v Supreme Court ruling that Smith's action! on the Turk bill,, The otter s.1\\ the federal dls.i .
Asian governments which state legislatures must be leap Turk's bill, which he t'.11..1"8 i trlit ourts si''ill have no Jurla.t .
reportedly urged Moscow to portioned on a "one-nun, one simple measure," has only tw diction over im Mate teappor
give up Its attempt to fore its vote" basil. Provisions One says the Sipreme ,. t Inn men t lav"sIn .
way Into the forthcoming parleyand In the Senate, opponents of Court shall no longs r ..Mdliiv II t to the House
touch off a threatened Red any delay tn tarrying out the have the right to review state) floor the Hnlcs Committee re.
Chinese walkout. soiled to a httlnmaed procedure
I ruling threaten drawn.
that penults it tn take bill
out debate on a delaying any
t pn>|x>s.
LONDON (AP) Communist 4 al that Senate leaders want to Hospital [BreaksAll away from ,< House legtaladvecommittee
attach to the in tins axe the
Romania Is searching here for foreign bill.
ways to make It more Indepen... :4 In the House a tough new bill Records For Judiciary Committee
that would the The, .net elfcl' ol It ill Is to
strip federal
dent of Moscow.
sad . AdmissionsIn leave bofh homes in a
e. 1-Day highlyullc..t.llll
courts of
For the first time In years, a I any Jurisdiction over
large number of Western news, : slate reapportionment ases has Male over all ,tending
suddenly been the period from midnight legislation and u n a i gloom) con.
men were Invited to the Romanian dumped on the
Embassy Thursday and I \ .t: speaker's table, where It la tie k. August 10 to midnight: August 11 dlt Ion over the prospects of ad.
told Bucharest wants to expand I Ing like a time bomb, there were 22 admissions to joiimlng, iH'fire the Democratic

contacts with Britain at all lea. .... The House bill, authored by the Naples Community llospl- National .OIIMMIII un. stalls In
Atlantic i it\ MII, .4.
ale Rep William M. Tuck, D-Va., tal. Administrator Joseph G.
r 4 was sprung on the unsuspecting Pertolaml reports that this Is
F supporters of the court by Hop. the largest number of patients
OTTAWA (AP) -The dispute t Howard W. Smith, U-Va., the admitted to the hospital any Berlin Tribute
about a new Canadian flag will of the House Rules
." t chairman 24 hour period In Its
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be the subject of a special polltl. '\: $h f Committee He won a 10.4 vote
cal concerence next week. J ,;,;/ .. In his committee to send the bill The August census to date RiotingAt
Informed sources say Prime (to the House floor before his op has counted between 38 and 40 Brings
Mmtster Lester B. Pearson has parents had time to figure out patients per day. During July
Invited leaders of all Canadian Hated Wall
what was happening.By the ,fIgure averaged out at 29
political parties to a meeting the time they did, the Tuck patients per day.
Tuesday. tt will be the second bill was In their laps, and aftera IIHUtN: (Aft West Berlin.
time such a meeting has beer close look at It, a lot of them With the addition to the pre- era. obMiveil" ju soul of silence
held.The have decided that the Senate sent structureopened win- Thurmii on the third anniversary .
government wants a new proposal looks good. ter, the hospital now has a capacity ol the hated Communistwall.
Tag sporting three red maple Worked out by Senate tXimo. of (2 beds for medical and Chen'' ""em't> turned to
leaves. A counter proposal call u cratlc leader Mike Mansfield surgical patients and 10 beds vlolem a is 11" "ra surged the
for only one l leaf and Republican leader EverettM. for maternity cases which bylaw bar k.l"I.' and Us' ked .t Soviet I

Dlrkson In conjunction with cannot be used for other army r.i."The .
the Justice! Department, It kinds of patients. During the wall mime '''," shoutedthe
WARSAW Poland (AP) An
demotstators.Others .
American familY, traveling to l would permit slates to delay winter season the expanded facility I
sent II truck trolleremashte
reapportionment until Jan, I
than ade
proved no more
Moscow In a covered wagon, barriers
ttirotit.li put
'8 "tn the absence of
has temporarily halted In Po. REMEMREK WHEN While Naples sits so serenely on the Oulf, J9'unOsnal, rlrtumsUnies.'' highly QUie to handle the demand."Vl> t %k |> Wett t Decliners away ,
nd. One of the horses went it's hard to believe that we're approaching the peak of the hurricane It was the addition of those made upon the hospital. by the from I-: wall liotwpei fast and
fame about 40 miles from War. season. But the naming of "Abby," and "Brenda" which followed, citizens of Naples and Collier West 11111111., I

\ ".*w.'iii of poses a somber reminder of another pier which once stood in this County, plus seasonal visitorsand West Dentin |IKll1t l|< e, swinging
But the Leon Gills family migrant workers from the ( lull*, dispersed i the rclt'k throw.
Richmond, Va., wasn't too dls.. August scene. Murphy Combs Immokalee area. On several Ing clMmont.lritor. die. leather'
mayed. They Immediately begin occasions extra beds had to be Ja<'keled yuirth was knocked to
making plans for getting .. the ground, whore he lay bleedI .
Soviet visas from the Soviet Seeks Write-In placed In the corridors. riff I and un<.IMIBI..lous.

Embassy here. Dertolanil can ascribe no The Soviet army car, roiilaln.
The family left Amsterdam Votes For JudgeAttorney particular reason for the rise! Ing it least one Soviet officer
j Feb. 28 and has visited Holland, In admissions, but points out and a driver was traveling

Belgium West Germany, France, Czechoslovakia Luxembourg,, Gas Bombs Again Fly In Strife-Torn JerseyPATERSON Murphy Combs announced that last summer the same thing happened t'&f bark ked to near Fait the Berlin.wall's It was Check.at.

and southern Poland. yesterday that he will I
point "
.1 i crossing point
N.J. (AP-Gas. damaged" by rocks and bricks,, mean business a year In jal I of the Wednesday and Thursda]r be. "write-In" candidate for Late this year, according to for foreigners' I
ollne bombs, bottles and bricks Mayor Frank X. Graves said for fooling around with a cop." night crowds, Elizabeth Pollnt the office of county judge InR present plansconstruction will A mot of about !500 West Ber.
GOETTINGEN, Germany crashed In the streets of Pater. Graves, who promised tc> In Elizabeth, the mldnlghlI 1 t Capt. Walter Truzack laid," the November election. be started on the hospital'snew liners surrounded the car and
ZAP) Two noncommissioned son's Negro district for the third meet street violence with total I clash climaxed a night of mill]>I. was much better tonight, thi' He said among other cam- Tower Dulldlng and stub batteted It with their flits and
officers of the Communist East but offl. forte said late Thursday night I:I In the streets of the city'I "
successive night, city line crowd was almost Jovial. paign methods he will cover T-wing. They will provide facilities feet It wan heavily dented and
German army crossed to the clals called the vandalism and "I'm very encouraged at this i multiracial Ellzabethport dls
designed to service not a Id ene (date was ripped off
West during the night, police disorder less serious. point. I think they know w e' trlct by Negroes and whites the county "door-to-door. this The Soviets stayed Inside, the
here reported today. The men, Combs, along with Spencer only steadily growing city
In Elizabeth Shortly before midnight sum
: police swinging
for iar, which roared oft Into East
20 and 21 In uniform Burglary CasePostponed Allendorf t candidate for tax some years to come but
aged were nightsticks swept a street clear 40 Negro youths began a mare also the of Berlin after West Berlin pollie"
but carried no weapons. of hundreds of Negro and white on one side of First Street, but t collector Doyle Kopp, School expanding population cleared a path through the Jeering .
the which is
youths at midnight after a po. they broke Into a run when i: By Board candidate! and CharlesR. county expected to mob.
lice car was struck with a bot. white man In a telephone boot! McCool, candidate for coun- Increase markedly as a resultof /JI'monlltraturs pushed the
MOSCOW (AP) Communist tie. There too on the third night yelled, "Hey, get that boy In thi the elaborate Golden Gate
sources said today Italian Com. COMING I Gerald ty registrar, were disqualified trii'k trailer from parking lot
munlst party leader PalmlroTogllatti of violence, authorities said ten. gray Jacket." I Judge from running In the May prl- and Marco Island proJecllcur- and tent It speeding' down the
suffered a stroke In lion appeared to be subsiding. A bottle struck a police car marlei on a legal technicality rently In their development, street toward the police bar
Yalta Thursday. His conditionwas The pattern three nights of others smashed In the street. The three men apprehended In filing as candidates stages rlera The polite! Jumped aide
described as grave. violence la a row matched NEXT TUESDAY The milling crowd of betweet recently In an alleged attempt and the trailer smashed several
that of recent racial in 200 and 300 persons began running .
Soviet specialists were report. rioting to commit burglary at the barriers before stopping some
ed to have been called to thi I Harlem, Brooklyn and Rochest. (and mod Tuetdoys and shouting along severa I Crls-Tal Market were granted Doubts Power To Strike Districting Plan distance from the wall
Communist leader's bedside. er, N.Y., and Jersey City. thereafter) blocks. a postponement of arraignment The demons!ralora raced for
Togllattl, 71, arrived In Moscow Paterson police reported that Twenty squad cars roaret j In Circuit Court this morningi TALLAHASSEE!: (CAP) Clr. wer the question In a final the beach In the barriers, but I
Monday and left immediately between 50 and (0 incidents "THE INQUIRING onto First Street from all directions Gerald The cult Judge Hugh Taylor quea. hearing next Friday, Millie closed ranks, swung their
by Judge Lynn
for Yalta, a Black Sea resort. occurred Thursday night In and * REPORTER" * and helmeted pollcemei tloned today whether he could Judge Taylor also railed on clubs and held off the demon.
men asked for time to
with clubs took command Im arrange
L'Unlta, official organ of the near the city's predominantly throw Florlda'a proposed reap lawyers on both sides of the atratora.
Italian Communist party, said Negro Fourth Ward. They ar. What Collier Countlont mediately. for counsel. Arraignment was portlonment amendment to the question to advise him whether The wall was built three years
Togllattl, 71, had been stricken rested 23 Negroes, one white soy about a variety ef Six Negroes were arrested 1 li n scheduled for September 18 atr constitution off the Nov. 3 ballot he ould' consider such matters ago by the Communists to atop
with an unspecified Illness. man and a dozen Juveniles. The things some serious, Elizabeth, five of them In a cal 10 a.m. merely because It might violate as the pending congressionalthe the westward exodus of EastGermane
Togllattl has been In the Sov. unidentified white man alleged.ly some not let serious allegedly containing rubbei r In court were Archie Lee federal constitution v bills on reapportlonment In his I
let Union for the past five days.H. was arrested with a bottle In .. .. * hoses, gasoline bombs and bot. Smith, Henry Lee Johnson, and He called on lawyers for big derision on whether to rule the Sine thl'n. S3 East German \
Maurice Thorez,veteran lead. his hand. tI... Edward Swanson. The latter cities challenging the referen. 43.senator, 112 representative have died trying to scale the
er of the French Communist par. Three policemen and a teen. LOOK FOR THE NEWFEATURETUESDAY There. were no Injuries reported. was shot In the shoulder at the dum on the amendment to ana. plan off the Florida ballot. wall.

ty, died last month aboard a Soviet ager suffered minor Injuries. A time the men were apprehended.
Asked to compare the moods I
cruise ship In the Black police car was "extensively o Naples Police Officer Jerry

Sea. \vlnebrenner was also wounded '
-' during the melee.
James Reid with
GROTON, Conn. (AP) The ,
Polaris firing nuclear sub s aggravated assault, asked for
marine Casimir Pulaski Joins a postponement In order tohave
the U.S. fleet today after a com. r a 9 legal counsel, and the requestwas
missioning ceremony that will granted I
Include a message from Presl. Eric Steve Vickers pleaded
dent Johnson. L guilty to s charge of breakingand
Johnson's message Is to be JI v entering through Public Defender d
broadcast from the White House John Emerson.
(at about 2:30 p.m. EDT) to the Gerald ordered a p re-sentence e a-
yards of the Electric Boat [)I.
vision of the General Dynamics 14rs Investigation.
Corp. :k Johnnie Robinson, defendedby

Postmaster General John A. Attorney Emerson, pleaded -
Gronouski is to speak at the guilty to a charge of escape -
ceremony.The and was sentenced to six d'h
Pulaski, the 44th nuclear months In Jail. Robinson was I
submarine to Join the fleet, la serving six months sentenceon
named for a Polish general who a breaking and entering
was killed while fighting for the r Wi charge. vw r
colonies In Die American Revo
Notification of parents or )1 Ft
lutlonary War. relatives was ordered In the

case of Robert Willis Daniels. ,

SEOUL (AP) ':' A UA Army He was charged with breakingand .a 4. '__
H.J'7 helicopter carrying four entering along with Lewis ,
American military passengers hyo' t 7v Klmberlln. In whose case Judge .." 4

crashed today near Kwangju i 1 Gerald ordered presemence: n ___
150 miles south of Seoul police
-',_.._ R _ -
reported. Leo Cram pleaded not gull f
Donghwa news agency said a GOING OVER PLANS for the 1964 United Fund campaign are, from ty to a charge of aggravated
plane flew over the crash site has been named chairman of the publicity .. ..... ....
left, Frank Kerrijran who assault and bond was set at ...,. .. -.r -- '
for 40 of minutes survivors.The and. reported no committee for the campaign. George E. Powell, Jr. president of the 11,000. A presentence investigation *

lien helicopter crashed and Greater Naples United fund. and Earl G, Hodges who Ia Benin with bond of$250wasgrara- CONTINUOUS I VIGIL-I I Armed Cast German sold'ti's stead step peruse ef the

burned near the top Of S.OOO-foot Chuck Copley* co-chairman of the drive Copley who U out of the ed by Judge Gerald for William Cemmtnut bunt well which divides the ally of Berlin The guard Is kept te watch feepotuble

ML. Mudung, the report said. county on a vacation was not present for the picture (NEWS photo) White charged with auto theft. e tpe attempts teem the Sea setter since th. harriet was r 't three ytara 'II".I

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I Priest Fights To: Save I Youth :. a Church Gospel Baptist Offering YOUR CHURCH I

In Congo From Delinquency Music CourseAn DIRECTORY

opportunity to learn the .

EUSABETHVTLLE Congo shops, a bakery and a technlc. around his "recruiting ground basic elements of music required FIRST ASSEMBLY

(AP) A Roman Catholic al school Product will be sold These include flaslustorm ditch for congregational and Fl'LL iUSPEL OF, GODCOM11I'NiTY

priest Is waging a battle to says In town to raise fund. es, in which some of his boyshad choir singing will be offered CHURCH E.
FhadowJawn ,Are
the youth of ElUabethvUle from Van Aperdt' only assistant is slept; a brothel, and finally at a music school to be sponsored lien. lion Pauleun Pastor
delinquency. a young Italian, Abbe Mario an African bar, renowned for Itlrowdln. by the Gospel Baptist
Father Gerard Van Asperdt, Marchioll, 20, from Abruzzl, .... "This Is where my Church of Naples. Itf\. (;I'ora' raullo". Sunday School 10 I.m..b.l.tl"t .

38, a former officer In the Dutch who 1* studying for his thlOlo clients\ come from," he says I t 1. The music school will be 1'.lor Morning Worship 11 a.m.Dnntini"n .
air force alto hold archlteo cal degree at a CathoUc Est. '
an college laughingly conducted In the church's first Dr.. Anion Evening Worship 1:30: p.m
It here
tural decree. He thought
South XRph Youth ServlreTueady
worth an effort to try to save Early every morning anum. completed building, the educational
the thousands of youth who ber of youth report to work on unit now being used for Sunday School 1000; am at 71\0: p.m

sleep In pitter and spend their the project. Their only pay la a 5 From CountyAt church services, on the comer Morning \\'orhlp U 1.ln Mid Week ervlce Thursday

waking hour In bar*. bowl of corn at lunchtime and a of Guilford Road at U.s. 41, Sunday: Evening 7 p.m at 7,30, p.m.I'r4. .

lit started with only the bless. free ticket to the Sunday soccer Lake Placid one mile east of the county \ rlAnr Service 7:30: p.lII. _

log of the local father superior match. r courthouse. The school term -NTRGOSPEI! [ : ll.ll'TIST ('IIURCH
of the SalesUn Order, He The priest has opened playing Club Mil consist of 10 night I session (' Road A US U
cleared come waste ground fields and la proud of hi* two 4-H CampFive Monday through Fridayof BAPTIST CHURCH One mile east of the
three mile out of town to build pair of boxing glove In his air I Courthouse
< 730 Seagate Drive County
member of the county the weeks AuguSt 17 to 21
the home of his dreams a force day he was a boxer and \
4-H Club were among the 105 and August 24 to 28, betweenthe North Naples E.C. Bea.lraPastor.
Judo This in
City Youth. champion came
The local Lions Club donated handy recently when bandits lout)' > In the "Teenage 4.H Club F ,ok- "U' hours of 7:15 p.m. and 9 1'IClr 8l'XO.n; SERVICES

SS40 and Father Van A*. tried to teal his truck and car Camp" at Lake Placid this week, J r Rrr, Oscar le'ollulII BUM jorhaol 10:00 '.11\\,

perdt baa built a modest house from the Isolated house. Armed They returned last night from the r rr. p.m.The director of the school Sun Iw Srrvkt. 1"l'IIlnll Warship 11:00: sm.Sundny .

for his own living quarters, a with a baseball bat he chased camp. .. C.Z. Pierce, has been engagedIn it'ht."J III 11,1\\. Troinlnll Service 7:00 p.m

kitchen and a chapel. them off.Father. Major Whisnant, Mike Warren, -.1----1 ,.'.' evangelistic singing and \Vnrship iI.It'lt'! U 11,11I. Evening A'orphip 8:00: p.m.tible .
and Connie! Carter of Immokalee .
The Van don .,.. \no: FVFNING r.RRlhl. '.
next phase of the project Asperdt his and Chuck Dorthy and John teaching of gospel music for ) lineeee 0:311: pu \
will cost $448,000 and Van As. cassockeq must look respect .. !Shtdy l= antiI
more than 30 and Is a
Winters from Naples attended the years, Evening 'r\'lrl' 1,111: pun.
perdt hopes to have It finished able" to show visitors CLASS REVIEW I Sandra Bergt second graders graduate of the T.6. Mostly I I.rll'r Srrr CI" 730: p.m.
camp. They were accompaniedby "'
within two )'ear..lt will provide Joe Whltesell assistant county lined up outside church In Mnneapohs as the arrived for and the Stamps Baxter Schoolsof IMMOK.ILEE "I.lr I'rnrt t'l' 11:15: p.m.

accommodation for 600 boarder farm agent. her wtdd.ng. Pretty teacher i U now Mri Darrell Bearion. Music MF.TIIODIST 'Hrltrll :
and 900 day boy*. Youths of Back 1'ltI II.\-mTiiF.'O\'F.:
from 15 to 23 are acceptable Stump The campers attended classes Pierce who Is also superin- Rrr Richard Hone/ Pastor'
FPIsCOJ'41 Clll'KCHIrt
but, he added: "We shall take In Pulpit SundayRev. In civil defense food science, tendent of the Gospel DaptistChurchundaySchoolhas L'\DAY:
older boys if they are unable to career exploration, and rec. State Corrections made Mornincor.hlp. R:1A 4 11 . Ruy'T
Washington I
reatlon leadership then added he Kev. amherl
find work John W. Stump will be his home In Naples since his iindm' School IIU! : am }
"fun activities" including swim. Si nnllI' Seivlrr
Although he la a Catholic Fa. back in his pulpit Sunday morn. retirement Jr, Intel mediate and Sr.
ther Van Aaperdt aid "we shall log at the First Presbyterian, ming, boating, dancing andvarious Other members of the committee M[.Y: ,Fn 6\0:: p,mFxcnmir llolj" Communion 8 n.mI .

help everybody who needs our Church after being away on va outdoor sports.The coordinated. by Center Is New Prison ConceptSHELTON In charge of the music : Worship. 70:: pmTUFSDAV I h Idly' Wnifhiii Church
help." cation for the past three Sun.' camp was Nil I "nl I mill Scinion-10:00: u.m.
the State 4-H Office. 4.H Club school are the church pastor .
The project will Include work. days. members from 10 different Rev E.G. Bealrd; the church Menu ['rl'r Service '7 |p.m lVt.lllPMllI
Choir Pi' lie. 8 00 nl.I lx' (mnumlon.. 0::10 n,m.
of the southern Puget net
counties were in attendance Wash AP forests pianist, Mrs Anita McSwaln, : pm
J COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, August 14, ItU Convicts will carry the keys to Sound country. Mrs. Eleanor Turner choir \\'FDFSimMulxxerk:\ holy Pa)"*
their cells and their future at It bear little resemblance to Prajer ervlie. miiiiiinUni Ml 8 n m.
director; and TT Thorward,
Warren.Silent. the $14 million Washington State the prisons of the past .\ Corrections Center of the publicity. lilts| I'ltFSin"11RUNIII :
one Missing are the high walls,
Attend Th. On Report Date nation's newest and most mod. cavernous cellbocks and crowd. Although the music school (' 'IK'II OF NVPIESTlili'l

WASHINGTON (AP) Chlei', ern prisons ed cells. will be directed primarily toward EVERGLADES: A\P. So & Sixth StItrr. .

Justice Earl Warren refused i I The key will unlock the cell iron bar are replaced b>' n- Increasing knowledge and ('nMm' ITfm'Urn Juh* W, Slump:

GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCHTHIS comment today when asked I door. But It will take their co. inferred concrete spturlt Interest In church music among Ile,. I!. (,. \\rinhrrkrr.. pailur Suiny i St'hllol 1):10::( ..m,

when the report on the assas. operation In an extensive train. screens of waffl*.like design members of the Gospel Baptist X mlti)' School 10 nm Sniced'on' i Mm,lax.'

SUNDAY slnatlon of President John F. ing program to open the Iron The new Institution embodies Church anyone who wishes to Mouiliiffumhip 11 n,m. ,pl:::i n.msr .

Morning Worship 11100 A.M. Kennedy would be made public., gate for their return to society the latest In prison design fromas attend la Invited to do so,sponsors "'

There have been reports it useful, law-abiding citizens. the private cells, each with a said. <'OI'H. *,NI> lltl'TUT! .\>\s CATHOLIC

"Where Fudndamental Christian DoctrinesAre probably would be released I I Tile' proving ground will. be view, to the iVi miles of wires :MISSION :"rl St & 10th A,'e.. So.
about Sept. 14, although thl i this sprawling, campus type fencing that courses the rolling Rev Clyde Martin talher Iternard I. IllrketSumln .

Preached and Taught" date might be subject to last, complex of 14 bright, airy build terrain. JohnsonWord :Mm, In) School 10 a.mnrnhip ;' Mfl'ncn "it-H.10 II
Ings on 400.acre site amid the its buildings and '
minute changes program \\ fll'l'Vlt'.a! .
W eekdn) 7 n.m. onlyConfessions'
have been fashioned to teach has been received her of
Ham. and 7::10 |>,inPraxer : Sntunlaj
responsibility rather than rebel the recent death of Mrs Carl R. :
Meetings I to Ii ,m. and 7 to
p Spun.
lion, train for employment rath Johnson in Bristol Conn. Be.
m MmYiinmi AImieul'mme III V ._ mintiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiniuiiiiuiNimiiuoiiiliiiHiiiiuiniHinii :iRlcherdi \\'t.lrltlllllya at 8 pm Sunday l S'h.,11, 1 \ n.ut.1'"nfralrrnity ,
er than crime, and encouragetoward Ides her husband, she Is survived .
acceptable behavior by a son, Robert Johnson. ( Inn* of

J rather than deviancy The family formerly lived at 395 ('IIOkOIOSKFFlUltCII hiintiiui Doctrine*
M 1..nI.1 i.il :
"We don't subscribe to the no. Third Avenue, South, in Naples. (' / OF COD: _30 1\.1'1.

orJia9nvitcJ tlon that every man ls hopeless Sunilnx School III) M,m.
Yo" i: \! ''NAPIV*
c rt: say Dr. Garrett Heyns, Morning Worship 11 ntnMUHO .
state director of Institutions H11'TIST CIIirNI'llhadnlthnwl1.11
who planned the prison as a Name Kerrigan 'P.. l-nxl: Naple.

capstone to a long career In ror. Illltril[ OF Im; Iter. I.edie* lUrjfo Pa lnr

rettlona administration Head Ira II llanrork. paler'
Roofing Service 4ttcnN the ell Publicity SunHnyMiiiln
"Every man should have his "
Miirnlnir W ', hit 11
/ago w. 1..M N.pl 10 I chance to "' r | nm : , >' School III:00 n,m.
make rood (.:xeninir Unrolilp" 7:H "pm. Monintr Wiir hi'l 11:00
| : lIm.
That chance will rome next Of Fund Drive
Sunshine Hardware October, as the state gradually Training I'nlin '7:(00 phi

Veur Complrt Hardware (lore" ,begins filling the facility to Its George E, PowellJr.prcsl-\ fulIlII.\: MISSION rvumiirninhtti: : H:00 ,!pm
m IttI A 1. I Y. C hOlCfl capacity of 720 Inmates. dent of Greater Naples United m urnVJnl'lt \\lne"IR" )'
0 our :Mid" Week
Nearly all newly committed Fund and Earl Hodges, co- .
Naples Rexall StoreS Mm 11S< him)I. 'I n.tn,
Ire male felon will be sent to the chairman with CJ Copley of Rev Kirhard 'r I amhert l'rll'I'rI'rvlrt': 710::\ |1'.It
Mi Am
maximum.security reception the 1964 campaign, announced Idols
The Bank of Naples center for six weeks of testingto today that the appointment of JFftmAIIS WITNFSSKS: : '-

"Or wlna' Well N..pl.. and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church determine where they should Frank J. Kerrigan as chair- !kingdom Hall 107th Avenue N API.EH:: PARKIIPTISf

C.HCwmy Memker P,a 0 nee,I.C, IM" and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. serve Those out who their remain terms.get the bene. man of the Publicity Committee Minister \\allnre ndrcN ('llltit'llBihle
Her Markus K: Wraraei'
fit of high school classes.wlde for the 1964 campaign. Stud Ue
Hartley's Variety Store ranging vocational courses and Kerrigan is public relations School Fri 7::10 | ,mvrilie ::0:1111.,1/1" School! Id n,mM .

M Mlntn. Mr.*, Lane balanced recreational activities. officer of the First National Mirthir M H::10 p,HI. .uninir Worxliip' II amfxeninir .
all designed to turn their Interests Dank of Naples and is also Public HUM!' Sun. 1\:111:: ) p,mWnth : / WiiJKhlp, 7::10 p.inlirrMietlnirVr .

Bob's Pastry Shop i. Into productive lines. publicity chairman for the Tiuxcr Surly Sun, II: II
III I M M, N*. MI M7II'Fren \\t { r f New Inmates will be locked In Garden Club and an active -- TIIOHISI'

I.hd Good Only , 4 114t't their cells at night for the first member of many other local MUST ('IIKISIIANIIIKUI

t, three months. After that, If ttwv organizations.The (' 01- NAI'IFS lll'ltdl' Or NAPIFS!
\ '
Naples Federal Savings show satisfactory progress, they Greater Naples United Mandarin Ur I i miiiiim Snml .'IrllVt'IIUI'S.: A l-ouith SI
and Loan Association .n 4 will get kexs.
it' Fund Campaign drive will start Minister l'IMhorlllev.: John E, Kit*
M* M Aw- Ie, MI' Mia* Timpani Despite certain Informality. officially In November of this Ifex. Jamex W. Marlte) Sunday Worship" I 11 I n,m.
says the corrections
!Sun Eve: Worithlp Scrv at :10Simliiy
Ilille St'h'H.1| I IIn: urn :
center will be a year.
Jim's Sunoco prison not a
"Ts (hunh Service Hum. fkh ".I. 0:45 am.
or country club
Lifetime QuarintMd Muffler* s4r + i
r 4 I hmr I'rRI'lic'l' VSwJnrmlny 7 :10eiipi Junior, !(Intfimcdinte an,I
'The Inmates still :
Ml l-aaai er I M7t Napl Pie V are here
We Give Stamp + r h "p"tA .... 4 o and not because they want to Crowds Pay Last > .r urn Ire :3 I p,m. !Sun Scnii rillnxxMhip, II pn.
', ; 'ei be." he said "It'I Player Mietmt
the loss of '"
Naples Coin Laundry ; 3; # w freedom that makes the prison, Tribute To PapyKEY CHI'IK'II Orliiniaml cuRIST We,Inesday at 30p.m..

Speed Quay WMhcrt A 1' *, rIle I + p not the walls.Invoke ." WEST (AP) A crowd Tuil at Utli Ax .. Sharlif -
I WitliM I "
y '
.S. Hwy II N. a Whitman llvd14MMir ,A. 9 t 5 S that overflowed the First Con. ( UharUn II, minmler
N NiplMW gregatlonal Church and spilled Sunday IATHOI1C: CHURCH

Hoerr Owner K S Security outside under a burning sun paid Bible study 10 a,mMominir Iirli Buildmc corner of
f '> fi ''ter (,'M lvln Street and the Trail
n Thursday to Ber. "
final respects
[ II .
Biloxi warship M mFvtnnir
Naples Furniture Com ', ; t'4te l+ + sic C. Papy, the ex.shoe shine : Uunita Sprimrn
xxorihlp 7 :10(
.... Timl.ml Tr.MB& \ N s For Grade Schools boy who became dean of the : p.m. rather. Jonepn;>> K. lieaiiiniinlSiindu
of Wednesday )' Maoneli 7i::10. 0 :10 ,
'd k f State House Representatives. : a in
Builders Specialties .J BILOXI, Miss. (AP) Exten County offices and many III/ ,k study 7ill:: pm nfennioti : Prior to

TraM N. ln MI I.US* '1 s 4 give security' measures were stores closed for the service. ,..,,,.lay Maonry
FtywM Dan Builder Hdw I1eII1. 'w n' e Imposed today on first grader Papy, 62, died of lung cancer C.IUU: IITIIFRAN _
$ KuMwIn 5.
o..ler Lock
.. -. i registration for the first public Monday, only three months after ('III HCH OF :NAPLES [IMMOKALEE
'. school desegregation in Missis. receiving the Democratic nomi. Missouri IIRSTIIVPTIST
Lamplighter Cafeteria +1 + r'. Synod. ('HLIICIIP
y Slppl. nation for a seat which he held .U. S. 41 end l 12th Ave., No
ewtotewoo U 1.l Ire : st r; Kerj( I.. E Daniel
The Gulf Coast resort of 011 for a record 28 consecutive PaktorKex ?
It u-r. N."... PI, 'T
j Worship 11 am A 110: .
5 oxl Is under federal court orders years. (.eiirice, W [Trite pmIMMOKALFE

C. A. Anderson to desegregate, starting with Sunday School\ II a,mf -
.t 1 >r. 114 first grades. If somebody sneezes here i* '
Interior S CiUrlorPllntlnc h iinci Siiviiu 10:10:: a m.
Decoreunl jS 1d 'i ''" 5 Actual Ussroom work will how to say "God Bless You"Chinese : '
$ holy Communion ( lit RCH OF GOJ'F'I'.t
Wallpoperlni. ( ss not begin until Aug. 31, Taiitlaysee; Czechoslovakian '
......* Ml I.SMI PO a.a 1211 '. . Security measures Included Natdar; French Sunday I each Month4stor/ : Her. O I'. O llannnn

Me****. .PkKM '" .. \,"..".. '." prohibiting newsmen and photographers Que voia Dieu beni ae; German Sunday School ID a.mMorr'ijr .

S i'., ':\ from the vicinity) of Gezundheil; deck Yah sou. I'Hts'r! CIILRdl/ OF (IIKIST! : Wpnthip 11 urn.
Marathon Dredging Corp ;+ 't. e.,,, the 10 grade a'holds during reg Hungarian Eaeihesre; Portuauea. !SCIENTIST[ ; Fveninif; Wopihfp" 7::10 p,m.
Merln. Cmwtruetlon and ,. ', :-' 1st ration hours, i prohibiting -DIu. abencoe; Russian .
Lend O v lopmntMl " Centml Avenue at Kth Street "TSunday -
MI2I ...... Florida' 4t .....,..l+r+w iAe : _v crowds keeping traffic from moving gathering near and the Swedish Chakhat,-Spanish Pencil; Yuaoalavian_ Domniatico; !Service' 11::80 am BONITA SPRINGSASSEMBLY

Trail Builders Supply "Let's find anew loadl"! That' a game we play schools Nndrlvlj. Sunday School 11:00: .,nl. OF COD
I Wei. Evening :Meeting: pm Rev. Roland Jose
Company A HEW often when \\. take n fln1i1'ide.\ Reading. Room 520 Park filJundl' School 10 i,m

N****. PlwM These little journeys of diioeihae led in to Mn Wed Fri. Morning Werihip lum.

Home beautiful, etttut sections of our community that 10 n,m. to 1 p.m. Evening Service 7:jflptnI .

West Cemplel Coat* InltrlortH Furniture \\e never would June seen if wed staved on the 'busy/ Learn The Art of Hymn Singingat EMM: \;\ lUlX'TH1'W\S! 'rater Meeting Wed 13Op.m.

w AM s.. N.*t_ Pie. highway. nlt'Rfll OF N.\PLFSL

At time, life itself: can seem like! II crowded, noisy CHIRCH OF COD
( .
Charles R, LeBuff < .AMn. 'or. 10th St. t llth ,Ave, N.
high\\a\ The > eai"* rush b't' promise ourselves "i mir Line A; Bow tine lrin Rev. David Lacier

Cabinet Shop that sonic eta we'll take the time to look around uS NAPLES FIRST MUSIC SCHOOL FOR the :Mooring: Sunday School 10 am
1>.tU Cabinets Purnltur MteelrAntMiw
oreductlM and \ito understand where we are and why but INSTRUCTION IN HYMN SINGINGTo I'e.",r: Dr Harland D Fam Morning Worship 11 am

M ISM M. t*. Ml I,MM worldly\ interests tend to fill every minute' to the biim Sunday School 9am. vant'cllntlc: / Service 7:30: p,fnTuiulay .
'.. be held the Church of Church Semite 10:30 a.mMK .
We wonder why the pleasures that we work 110 hardPlaetevlna at Gospel Baptist Napleson Prayer Meeting
Jimmie Gibbs and Guilford: Road and rs 41. One :Mile: East of the 7:30 p.m.
to obtain fail to bring in happiness . we sense
Masonry Courthouse 10 session,. Monday Thursday YPE 7:30: pins
County night through T IMI'MSl
...m Ml, 1414 that life has a deeper meaning. if we could find It. CIIIRCHOF
__ I Friday, Aug 17.21 and I tug 2423 ;NAPLES IVERGL.W S BAPTIST
-y\ The church can guide you andour family to a
Van Der Veer ( Ii"--. from 1:00: to >:00 P.\I.: Ile,. Robert Marti, pester CHAPEL
.::. new wonderful load Discover thenim fellowship,
Music Center -.-: - the renewed coinage the lefieshing peace of mind :Mr: C Z. Pierce, oho will\ direct this music school Sunday School 910 a.m. IVn'ort Rev. pi 1c C. Weldoe
Cme4t: .hntructlon. Department. Morning Worship 10:30 Sunday Sctibol 11:45: a m.
U a graduate of the T B. Moselx and Stamps Baxter am;
Mi any ImtrunwntSMC ' I that ?I'Ot'to"J: iwVershii> l iOj\pui neighbojhoodchurch WorahiiJ
OEPTIM 1 School f Mutlc[ with thirty experience a* Evan.gellstir Training Union 11:30 I p.m. I Service
IT MUSIC : l IIt: ; }i iMrWM r T ( years
am ... N. MI t-aut: ) CopyrMil JM4, Kililtr'r A
; direction the subjects taught will be The Theory of WEDNESDAY Training Union 7 p.m. ,.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Ihuiaday Friday Saturday TIk' s. :: ; Mu,lc. Sight Reading Tonality and Group Singing Prayer Sleeting 7:M p.m. Midweek Prayer Service I p.m.
Leviticus Leviticus Tulma liatuh Jeremiah Matthew John Z1Cltlner. r Te !
mitt school e p nM and .MX tor study mtter a
Naples laundry & 263:" .13 20,14.20 1 25:1" -1a 30,16.21 31,:T.14 23,1-15 16:4.IS donates .f tl 00 Seem t.ch rs".l',"l will p* icctptibK >)> .

., Inc. Anyone from 8 to 80 mar enroll": torn 1n eUrecter win M**** refaUrly each 'we.k Uk

teas *.. Are, s. MI .....* Call MI 2-4S83 or MI 2.1083 for adrance ,!!reUtratlon. I MttH. 15 chemise !1. the rm ly are 1'11'11I .. *...* errl't
"Oooe Day Swvlce Au. '
Gospel Baptist Church u anjihaaie rcrrertUaa "* they er(>r,

timuiiuuiwiuuiuunuHu ," MiMMiMuuiiuiiiimaniiiinniniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmi' immtiiiiiimiiitmnut

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Friday, ,A ut 11. 1964 COIIIFR COI'' M" M" 3

'' Harbor Honey Operates \;

1" Dump Truck As Galanos Designs Bare' '

Bow Line Well As A Man

\NS\S t-m, Kan (AP) -
Side OfJSown
Only Spine
Mipertiitenilent liked
BY NOM I! ROGERS si I '\vtlk
k""\\ where "ntl"a'tor
Phone MIZ.3634 .. _. II t' ,.
1* Uung Jtphalt NEW iiiifiv lI'J) "Sex. In u we a" L.U"

I have (II i thejr* lucky, one of hit less," mutter t the males. t'hlftCIIIII Wt.. tewlll 'I I ?" J
said It before and derstand he doesn't swim ,
I very qcian4MMOr
aulkers mafail to how UI'|1 "Divine." murmured the females .IB* ef MtrknobsLady. 'I ii' U
say It again-you can't get away well Too bad as he's reallya and, 1 Hontx'. will ft Into ac.uU as James Oalanos hn. (teat"I. "lll, ''' ''' 4t
with a thing In this town Sun- nice fellow. 1I1' ,, ,, , tbso
i m. the last word on what tlie n<..i' bare the. .. punl U
day we were unable to get to After brunch we went to the 'a1t "Iottet" I i. 130 pounds 01"I t led miss will wear this winter be IA frall111: to '''III ? '

church due to circumstances Lloyd Uhl's lovely home to see i I 'Undo l femlnlnltx.\ Jauntily out Other AmeiUan collects '" full s.$. of irold ." t,t'll l i''I" 'e

beyond our control, sometimes their new project a large sunroom IltI.,1 I In whit bluuM, tan caprlim i i owned" three month IRD ."i"d der IiAi"tol. habit "nn's II"" , ualve

referred to as oversleeping. with a field stone Will \ r 11111".81118, she wheel to,, the French one> r*send' l'Ut (' (' Y. iJt
trucks loaded with hoi the California Yet 1, 111I1th..1, ,L,iU,t ''I' 'wlotrhad
Thought It would be nice to at one end with a waterfa \ i h' lump llgnr I ptiitett It
w :
have brunch with the gang, so cascading over the stones and .is ,"M in and out of iwrronxi 1 eel hlmseli dom stvle plaglai < IN*. tuggu I IUusenn' I LaNeeved
I Into floor i'i ,i ea, i kips the mix whvie. its\ i ream b\ waiting until the sea the CIId Weltl t" d.1f k, I I' I'
bit small
suggested we go a early, a pool at level wheallMlat
l.ikei thiuniplliiUd here before ta"'ut wnlll ''h'' '
nee 'led, then over i con was irjitlcalh ''P'
meet them In the church patio, This should be a perfect place itx ,
control of a i revealing hits own rteslgna. aivtvehe .11 kit-
and see how many noticed we for Mary and Lloyd to display w tere siojiniolkr and smonths tit t Ills only concessions to the rev tM hpavv lit,," kl' U', t nl I IT

had not attended services.We some of the orchids they raise. vii 1,11'tin Kith M the aplomb of r trousers trend here and abioftd! MrVtpphe't, squat ," r to

left home a bit early In Tasted some Barbados cher- a i I iilirledetenin, are quilted Chin. broea
order to park and get Inside ries and a guava that tasted "'Honeilao happens. to IN i hostess jump suit with .t...*. Prose' the ummentc II'' I'' oft

but just as we drove up, out like strawberries. r Rata :M.I'otroUtd wife, Margaret less wmclik; \elvM coat over room it apoII", It wilt r,1, U

they came. Church had let Not only the Naples Land maher of live \ouiiKtM a i them. some hll'dl 1llIhll", I'tollll', ''' I,

out a few minutes early. Esther Yacht Harbor office and recrea- aged 3 to 10 As far is the topi*** fashion lint title teo l'nnl Irani '

and Erna came over to the car tion hall are being all spruced ; Mrs Sc-hoenlvifei .starteddihinf madn.si..
to tell us that as long as we up--the laundrymat has been 'OFF' BROADWAY SHOW Bobb.,. Bradley Ronn, Kroll and Malcolm her hunbjnd'i quip., ett to luieiiM" on the spin* kid N"llIr. rtt4
meat out of net > it\ She of the [IHHonly! ,
trim t **
had .
to wait for Ethel and Julia pointed a pale yellow and there Taylor, left to right' members of the cot of the Broadway muncsl. OIver' ntrain, at oiitlmi* "b.1I1II1 line it,"' A self.fibilt' bra was a part M

Marge and Mary had gone backIn are lots more lines In the dry- Nw York party for youngsters of metropolitan sra cr'ppltd by muscular, dystrophy 'Uariiptl ti> drive a ear when"1 i the otheiwtM iMikle to the

for the collection plate. Ing yard. Cleo Wood tells me I wa II years old" she Mid. waist ntimlwr with gem ,dun

After plenty of ribbing we she and Mr. Wood with George bought some land there and "When 1lias 14 1 was dnvim g I dies dandling! fioni the tu \k. Bird Off 5

went to brunch and there made and Bernice Emmen,spent last are building a house. everywhere by ni\ flf. Ra>' am. I band.I w.a

another mistake when the wives weekend at the Eden Roc Hotel Mmmokalee News I jot Hurried when I was In. I Put Irom the veiHist\ mini To See West By :

suggested we sit on the side of Miami Beach > BIBLE SCHOOL had alwawanted to drive, b i'-o hlll1W1II1.tllt.,1 I \ 'IIII. it

the table facing the windows, Have been reading a lot about Annual Vacation Bible School truck and he taught me him." CI"ss line with loumted," huttimi ,

for a the bill and how It will !.MRS. H. RETT In those diy Rat owned I i detailed sleeves -it was obvious Chartered Plane i
change.As poverty ,._.. .. ',. u.. ......_ will begin at the First Baptist ,
we sat down, someone help the folks who have to live H d Church Monday, Aucuat IT, and dump ttu< k.. For the first fevi I' ThuivUthat an hiteitiiie oli WASItINkTls:' : lAP) MR,
Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Broxsonand Bass Child Welfare Dot was bUll vtltl 1 I i the i ontuine was moie liui'oil.intr
said, "This way our hubbiescan In "cold water flats. I don'tsee last the 26th. Hours year Lynd"n B. ,lolnisim" In'ads i >rMonloiva
children have moved to Brown Civil Defense Ann babies uteri, was I'nllil.! mw,r to Calinos than the inii'woik
see all our cute faces so why they worry about that, will be till till ale; Indian tounti 1,10 At
they really have the best of as we might all be doing It Immokalee to make their home. Wells Community Service a.m. Preparation ant day will be 10; then Sheryl 9, and YUM, 8Margaret ,, of Among the tads I the under slim it.i rout. and suit da on the first !lug i: ni he 4DU. Id
warn pregnant will i
the now that Lever Brothers have At present they are living at Hazel Magee; Constitution and mile, four-lav West"'in Jounic id.
bargain 14 8:15 till styling details were -kel
August Raymond, now B, when tragedyaI ;r
the Spires Louise Edu- To Ilex I I-k it the' liistnui
We were all waiting to hear turned off the hot water, from apartments. By-Laws, rlsleyj; 9:30 a.m. Children betweenthe k.'Kay. flaps, \1111"1',1.., welt seaming.
rut ', .
I Irot'uuchac.
moved here from Plant cation and \ T I :
City Annie WMJjH
which would the coast to I II Scholarship, .
one pay us coast of three through wa working on a undo y .hl".wl""I'III',1| and aproll..I..t..t) i ,
ages years I. plod( OIh.1III1I I i sU| II''
and Mr. Broxson Is a former Girls State Haze I Ma- abtf
first compliment when Allen love the following quotation Padgett) 16 can attend In one of his trucks when sum i skirts, belt banded a<''ron thfi I' lrll'I"t" |pI t c _C

Haig spoke up, loud and clear. from an article of Billy Gra- football coach at Pine Crest gee Finance Jean Lawson; Paul Bird will be the Principal gisollno exploded! He front slat MIIIIM bark It-Its slunfI Tli*.)hull uf "s, imliUluK "*..'

"That's funny I don't see any ham's I read lately. In givinga High school and Is the new Junior Actlvlty.DotBrowniLe: ; Mrs. LJT. Daniels, Super- burned. front head to walstWeha! /I so low urn ioul\ I Swing on them potter lUll'I 11?' '''v'I t l,'''> s. fl'

bargains." definition of some mlsh mash football coach of Immokalee gislature, Jean Lawson Membership Intendent for Intermediates I troubles W. toulilnt< get gum( For the toiktall "I'owII. Gala millniMut.., win i I ill.
; log
he had High School. He attended the Hazel Magee Music drivers and those we got ditto y lion oininended, staikh' al m. ,
read listened ;
That's all right, don't feel or to, he Mrs. Lendon Gross, Junior Superintendent hliW fefiiclli top at MIIIII"a.
university In Auburn Ala. and Lena Lowe National take of the pie bIA8.'ul wools 01 .iieix'n' ; .
Security car equipment."The
bad. Remember he Is goingon said It seemed to him a clear ; Mrs. Lucile Mc- poll* pn' \1111.i
that cruise with us and I case of "Moral Laryngitis." majored In physical education. Dot Morrison; Foreign Relations repair bills ueieteril I IWe with long sleeve alai h'IIotlJrl',1 Mr. Joluit,"|\'s ,11"11'l'Ul 'It'
Daniels Primary Superintendent the t/tt h.lhequr ,
am sure there will be an opportunity A special message to all His first year of employmentwas K. Worth; Poppies, Ollle Wllllaris Then Ray was hint and I II j Kklrti. 'or her k fast t 1.x* at some .,Ur i II'
Mrs. Joyce enthusiasts the dlesaeswere
I dads. Lock in Ozark Ala., as head Mae Caldwell; Publicity Press the hospital Hut we < mil.in'i,I \V0(>t'S old llllllill,[ tnWllstoiilUl 'U' U I I
repay un- up your shaving barer, with Itii.tef
Rev V-pluiiRes
line coach, and from there he Book Radio and T.V., Louise Nursery Superintendent. even afford to keep him there,,' illlarllonii aiil, tats, t.niaikm .
cream. Mom has found .
out It L.E. Daniels Is Mrs perk or lipfttiliiR\ ,|Calla|
had to
pastor Something be dune slMi'll Ind Ural' ndWytMiil ,
Plant and for fv
went to
Is very good for cleaning win City Wrlsleyj Rehabilitation June Dessle Taylor Is social chair- "A soon as the baby was I uii; oveilni' ,iMle uw Iwnes. 1 i II w'I1.1') M.,,in u' ,.

Detroit Mother dows, so don't say I didn't warn coach the last two years was head line Shell; Past Presidents Parley man, and Mrs. Ruby Jernlgan born, 1 told Ray he'd have t u ,. The first diy wag to be dovot.
at Pine Crest. Louise
you.Ken Wrlsley. will assist Mrs. Taylor.Mr. leach: me. the business, Sl x I ed to lixklni'' \ \ ,veer HIP 1 mil.
Says 'Thank You' To left Wednesday morn- Coach Broxson said he would Reverend Rudd of the First and Mrs. Jim Trucks weeks later I was driving the I Mrs llon-afro Cmw Imllan Renerva

Ing at 5 a.m. to pick up Ellis like to meet with all the boys Assembly of God Church Invites honored their children Lelsa truck." KennedyHas flan, west of Dllllnn! where

UnknownVoman Solomon, postmaster of Fort who plan to go out for footballat everyone to the services heldon on her sixth birthday and Le- "Honey" modestly pretest <'t'rl'lIIl1l1l"/I< tribal dances .und ?

'Mrs. A.M. Nelson, of De. Myers, then drive on to Bar- the High School Saturday Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. Anne on her second birthdaywith that what she does Is "Ju.st ordl. Dinner With atmsa were prepared her hurt.

trait, Mich., while visiting her tow to attend a special post August 15 at 10 a.m. pleasebe Sunday morning services will their home In nary work" Lint .he agrees thai or by Crow paid lslUiorUij
a at
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Town. masters meeting there. I had prompt and pass the word be held at 11 a.m. Sunday party ;people do stop mid star when )Northern Cheyenne Imllans
Park last Queen Juliana
send, 1011 10th Ave., N.,acciden. planned on to the around to anyone who wouldbe school classes are held at 10:00 Chaneys Trailer they see her handling the big Montana Is otiwrvlnc Its ceiu'
going Hospital cake and home
tally caught her baby's foot In card Interested In playing foot- a.m. Sunday night Evangelistic week. Birthday machines POKTO EIICOLF.., Italy (Al'Mrs ) (tennial this year
the spoke of a blcyde. perhaps Auxiliary party and ball. He said he Is looking Worship services will be held made Ice cream was served to "The most startled! seem lobe John F, Kennedy dined Secretary: of the InteriorStewart

A woman going In the opposite mischief getting Into a bit of forward to the football season at 7:00 the following guests Steve the other truck drivers," she Tlnirsdif\ It-lit wild queen Jull. L. Ud.1ll. oinpinyinj'
but p.m.Williard
direction saw Mrs. Nelson's before I could Mansfield, Teresa Robbie and laughed ana al the \\uio'h' royal family' Mrs Johnson, mid ai- tar a*
plight and helped extricate the even get started the phone and Is eager to meet the boys McCraney drove to Karen Gomez JoAnn Lang- vai" .itIon home In this Italian re anyone' in his doparlniput c,}lAid

foot and then look Mrs. Nelsonto rang. It was Earnte asking and get started. Practice will Lake County on business last ford, Vernon and Raymond (Howard and each space will have a soil area, Infoi'nmnt* said, II). recall, Mils was the first, (time

her mother's home, where the me to take Muffin for the day, begin Monday August 17th. Saturday. Sheryl and Joe McDan- concrete slab For patio or ca- any First Lady hail ,:"111' out to

baby Is recovering from the ex. as her neighbors were giving Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Carpenter tel. Mothers attending were bana. diy.Mis. Kenneth and, her sister, take< a Iwk at ail InUUn (loser.

perlence.In her a Coffee Bully for them. returned home Saturday BACK HOME Mrs. Thomas I'rln.lIS Lee Radzlwlll, walked vu ion and this klinl of intcre.t
her excitement, Mrs Nelson Had a card from the Lipharts. from Lake Junaluska, N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Sid Brown and Gomez Some time In the future there the few hundred yards from was "an OKI Itlng thine fut the

neglected, ,, to get the, name of Ule, They are now at the Bamboo where.i: ay attended the Juris. children have returned home after Ramond Howard Mrs. H.E. will be a swimming pool, mod- their villa to the Uili,'h villa, Indlin pf!!a4f," .

exprea) pgdwritgstheNEWS.to; Paradise, ,Mpt>lleH9rrw, ,PAtti.> diajpymane Conferenceof ,* three ,week vacation )tour* fore Mcpanlel Mrs. Robert Lang- ern )Jaundromat and playgrpunyjfor .."1'1141 llaii| |)> blephant," along 1& Tim*.rfivwi. acct.tu-iJLCnwt*
her thank, saying I "I Hallandale the Methodist Assembly; Ing over several states. They and Mrs. Henry Howell. children v \ i "rlv,_. road. House in otfI't area ,kttnwui'I
Fla. Mildred
did nut gel her name but I hope says Mrs. Richard Stanley and A modern sewer system Is Crown Primes* lleutrlx also thtN ale ((7/2 narrow) so the
They reported a inspira- visited with her uncle and aunt
she will be very ,
L she reads!! this and may God bless teaching In the Nonh tional with Mrs. Dill Tinsley of Tlce spent planned to accommodate over attended, the small dinner |"aity.Mr could make her mac, asln* Idprebenteil Iie
'W her for her kindness" Glades school In Dade County. 4-day program many Mr. and Mrs. P.K. McLean In Thursday and Friday In Sara- one hundred trailers and underground *. Kennedy and her Inter as a gift along with

We will miss them but are glad outstanding bishops preachers Harrington Park NJ. While sota attending the Asolo Theatre electrical wiring will arrived hero Tuesday night Tim Indian JiwolryHie t '
they are settled. Good and laymen speaking Including there they drove over to New
luckl! at the Rlngllng Museum each A widow of Presldnnt Kennmly daylong excursion into
Quick luncheon sandwiches'Make In closing I would like to Bishop James W. Henley, and York and visited the World On Thursday they saw "Ima hundred run to and patio.feet well two was originally staled<<1 (to return tho Indian cmmtry was to find In

!them from sardines mashed share these few lines with you Conference Lay Leader Howard Fair Mrs. Brown's uncle took Invalid." On fifty deep will to the United Stites today lint lime for Mm Jotm.ton' plane to

with! mayonnaise and spread over Berg of the Florida Conference. them up the Hudson River to ginary Friday furnish crystal clear water. went out to ass In a motor fit to JaiJtwui: Wyo., !b> night*

slices of toasted bread; top with I PRAY 1 MAY HAVE THESE They remained a few days after Kingston. N.Y., on his yacht. afternoon they saw Shakespeare's All lots are to be landscaped launch fur annthvi tout of the fall

plenty of grated cheddar cheese THREE THINGS the conference session to They went sight-seeing and visited "Twelfth Night They some trees and room for water around thin west mast Sh" will bi siayln; overnight

and broil just until cheese melts. AS EACH NEW DAY I START. visit places of Interest with friends there and on their reported they enjoyed them very barbecue pits for all who want Italian resoit Ol'luAItO|'| the thi.HI,'hunt (tit.<. luur.da. } trip at
De sure to have the sardine mix-- much.Judge!, build them. All this .
friends and to will French Island of Cor.sli, j, Ja< Mit Lau Lodge In Grand
A PLEASANT to enjoy the cool return to Florida they came
lUre and the cheese ,
come over O.W. Hancock attended be provided at low rates by Toll!' f. tune il Park,
the edges of !the bread so there'sno CHEERFUL SMILE mountain weather. back through the Shenandoah alb
Traffic Court Seminar at the the Milton Lewis
owners (manager
scorching A WARM AND LOVING HEART Also the Carpenters and Valley and visited the Shenan-
Waldorf Astoria hotel In New and Visitors At iiiiii*
) Jim Moody )
Mrs. L.B. Rivers attended an doah National Park and on
_ .
1- -- York City last week. Location West on Tooke
t: ocff.or; rialTerrific annual family reunion Sunday at through the Blue Ridge Moun- Mrs. Ruth the first Cross Residence
America Street south of
1 ; J J'J Dade Memorial park near tains. They visited several Kennedy spent street
weekend In Key West visiting Lake Trafford road and It will Mr, and Mrs. A.M. Croc,
Buihnell.: Fla., with relatives days In Atlanta and Folkston Jeep
with her son Roger M. Straley be called Tan Park. Third Avenue, North had at.
from several states In atten- Ga., with friends and relativesand their guests last wwktholr niece
and family. Visiting with Mr and Mrs. '
dance. This year there were reported a very enjoyable Jim Gild Jen this weekare Mrs. Sally and husband John Coleman

aunt Turkey 53 families registered with time. NEW PARK GlIdden's sister and brother- from Mainiihlf, Tend.1, who left! lilfl, fork, t Strvic*
more than 250 people present. Mrs. Merle Ashley, Mrs. G.monlhs.lJld< John Jr lit hums
Immokalee Is have in-law and Mr. and Mrs.
j by Gaynor Maddox It's a good way to get acquainted Charlie 0'ijuln, Mrs. Billy going to family with "Grandma" The ..1lerJulan
t new 14 acre modem trailer Dale McCleary Columbus
with relatives that they did Paul Mrs. Nathan Judd Mrs. celebrated his birthday whine
Newspaper Enterprise Assn. park soon At four Ind.
present her,
not even know existed. Earl Taylor, Mrs. C.R. Howell llr
acres and _
being developed
When your barbecue turkey has been de. and Mrs. Rachel Bryant are
frosted. marinated trussed and placed on WSCS MEETINGThe the ones that will work In the will be open to the public when Don't unwrap thoa fr''>'"n 110.', |U A I.Itt.rhuc

the spit rod with perfect balance it is ready Woman's Society of cafeteria this rea r. the' roads are completed, by aamiwuh until, th,'\ ha r

to be placed on the rotisserie. Christian Service of the First Mr. and Mrs Elliot Moore September 1st It Is hoped thaw'-d. ihis win th, v'lI I I"".

Maddox The following instructions are from Gene Methodist Church met In Fel- and children, Keith and Cheryl The park will furnish large less ''r.,"''U i.uar than n Mfi, U"

Deals of the California Turkey Promotion Advisory Board in Hall of Atlanta spaces for all size trailers: thaw 'jtiwrapp d.ItNatlal. .
lowship Monday night. Ga.;also Mrs.Essie
Fresno of the most barbecuers
the one experienced turkey in Mrs. W J. Newsome, president Powell and son Jerry spent the .
presided at the meeting weekend with Mr. Moore's parents
With the drip pan in place and the charcoal a consistentgray
ash the bird on the spit can now be placed in the turning in the absence of the president Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mooreof TROPIGAS SALUTESTh.

position. As the bird turns the basting sauce can be Mrs. Kenneth Fether Mrs. Deep Lake On Sunday the :

applied as liberally as desired. The drippings will be caughtin W.M. Littlefield conducted the Moores, Mrs. Powell and son,

the drip pan and not flare up from the charcoal. program, title of which was Mr. and Mrs. Jack McEntyreand

The time required to cook properly depends a great deal "A More Excellent Way". Mrs. daughter Cindy and Mr

on (la) the type of fire built, (Ib) the weather. If it's windy. Richard Howe was hostess. and Mrs. Mason Weeks all enjoyed -

most of the heat will be dissipated.. However, by turning the Mrs. Grace Pennington has a picnic at Marco Beach. ... are some of the more than forty rlmliratwl mss,

barbecue so that the closed side of the shield is facingthe resigned:: from secretary of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas employees of Tropif who provide around the cloth,

wind satisfactory results can be obtained. If the Instruc. children's work and Mrs. ind her mother Mrs. I ashle pnonalizi |M service in Fort Myrrt, Naples, and

tions are followed and the fire built properly it will take George McKay was elected to Strickland, went to Jacksonville Punt Cords

approximately 15 minutes per pound to cook hen turkeys the office. Sunday to attend the graduationof

A 12.pound bird will require about three hours. Others present were Mesdames Sheila Skinner from St. VIn- t

The most satisfactory method of determining when the Merle Ashley, Warner cent's School of Nursing. SheilaIs ss
bird is cooked is by inserting a meat thermometer into the the of
Moss Donald daughter Mrs.Thomas.
McHenry Pansy
deepest portion of the thigh meat area. This can be done
Eldt Cecil Howell Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lewis
Roy Miller
after about two hours. When the thermometer reaches 183
to 190 degrees the bird Is done and will be juicy. and Sam Heath. are spending a 10-day vacationIn 'II

Another method of testing is, with some protection on the The American Legion Auxi- Union Springs Ala., visiting

fingers to squeeze the drumstick meaty portion at the knee liary held an executive meet- their daughter and son-in-law,

Joint. If it is soft the bird will be done. This method is not Ing Wednesday night at Mr. and Mrs Tom Harper

nearly as satisfactory as the thermometer test. Michael's Restaurant. Com- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moody: ..
a .
.. M. c. Pan'e'
Remove the spit and the bird from the barbecue, placingon i nil tee chairmen were appointedby and children, Anita, Howard a Npar eaa. .. ...'. II tuna

a tray and allow to stand for 20 to 30 minutes to reabsorb President June Shell. They and Laura Lee, are vacati.,:i-

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It Won't Be Long Now Q Barry a Pushover?

efll.rt; NtIDtG I' } Not to the Experts

= = t= ? .. Correspondent
jt' Washington
i Newspaper Enterprise Assn.

4 G WASHINGTON-iNEAi- giddy talk that Preside
Sometimes Breeds
Familiarity ContemptWhether I l Johnson may win all 50 state, in November is now seldo,1< !
f + heard among politicians. Sw: lenly, they are giving Sen
at the right time. He is still a human Bam Goldwater a big dun.- to be elected.
in the
not reflected pub!
This dramatic turnabout I is '
President Johnson, who Is a being and all humans err at one timeor I1sclOoiL opinion polls which still she"! Johnson with a crushing h'.I'1,',

lead-pipe cinch to be the Democratic pres. another. C1I At this stage the notion .'jout Barry prospects are in th,

idential nominee, will consent to meet But a slip of the tongue by the Presi. realm of hunch of a feeling in the bones.
related to the country's great racial
l II
That feeling clearly !
GOP presidential nominee Goldwater in dent could have worldwide -
repercussions struggle. To b, blunt about it. a good many political figure

a series of television debates Is, of course, He is not privileged to say any. believe that the Negroes< mn they are toting eight and

a matter the President will determine thing he pleases, but his opponent is If nine to one against him. may elect Goldwater.

without any help from us We hope he Lyndon B. Johnson were a private citizen, of The Negro stew nnhtanc gaining-II steady hether currency riots in is that Harlem every demonstra big show

will decide against them and not for or even a United States Senator, there lions sit.ins. picketing of Gotdwater himself whatever

the reason many readers will suspect would be no great harm done if he were makes white votes for Barry in droves.

Al of his the made look ridiculous One cynical appraiser said: "Barry ought to hire some
part indoctrination Into to through an unintentional he goes"
i', Negroes'to picket himhere'er
U.S. Army, the recruit is taught that the statement uttered during the ,

military salute to commissioned officersis heat of debate. But it would be most GOLDWATER'S .\NNOtNCED\Msll: : : to Join with the President .

an indication of respect for the rank regrettable if the President of the United in planning a campaign that will not heighten racial
tensions could be quite irrelevant.
not necessarily the officer himself. States did so. In both the North and the South he has become the symbol

Certainly the highest office the In recent years it has sometimes of white citizens'! hopes that a brake may somehow be put

United States can bestow deserves the seemed that presidents, apparently In on Given:Negro his adtance many prostates In schools rights jobs and utterances housing.and his celebrated

complete respect of every American, regardless an effort to prove they are just "regular vote against the 1964 civil rights bill. Goldwaters

of his opinion of the occupant. fellows," have forgotten their responsibility very presence in the presidential race assures that he will bea

The man who has achieved the presidency to maintain the dignity of the office rallying point for unnumbered Americans who" think the
Negro is going too far and pushing too hard.
should at all times conduct him. But one wonders if the average The northern Industrial states obviously hold the key to a

self In a manner that will merit respectfor American wants "just one of the boys"in possible Goldwater victory

the office, for himself, and for those the White House We seriously doubtit. It may be fairly assumed that many suburban whites. feel
the threat of Negro advance may exhibit their resent.
who follow him office It still holds that
in true familiarity some ment and fear in votes for Goldwater

For this reason alone President Johnson times breeds contempt. /

should not engage in any activity We do not believe that the benefitsthe t .. PFRII\PS MORE: CRKIVL to the election outcome Is
what the equally concerned urban nationality
which might possibly, through some un- American public might possibly de. l minorities happens-working among people who usualh\ vote DemocraticOne

forseen slip of the tongue, harm the Image rive from a toe-to-toe television debate 1Il seasoned observer suggests that the economic ties

of the President of the United States. between Senator Goldwater and President which bind these people to the Democrats have been steadily
weakened over the years If this is so, many may find it easier
Obviously, being President does not Johnson would be worth the great I than imagined to vote their anti-Negro protests.

automatically endow a man with om harm that could accidentally and unintentionally t.t1'.. :.(. .:.';;:.: '. :::4. .!+: .1. /.: V
nipotence, unlimited knowledge, or the be done to the office the VS fOR TilE I1STVTE: 01.1) SOUTH nuke no mistake
leaders have completely reinstated! the
about it: Republican
unfailing ability to the right thing latter now holds. '
people Goldwater southern strategy relied upon before John F
The Best of
BoyleBY Kennedy assassination.
in: the: This means Goldwatrriles In the South believe they can
Take Another Look PardnerEvery
I HAL BOYLEBy take most of the 11 states for the senator

I' I 'news-- A Republican with wide southern contacts says Goldwater

1 % of all newsmen make the other 99% JERRY BUCK that American ship?" ought to be sure right now of Virginia, Tennessee South

hears with embarrassed and ashamed but tele RICHMOND Va. (AP) "Well Carolina and Florida.
newspaperman Around our house we need a you see, the French attacked BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS North Carolina and Arkansas are considered fair bets too

sickening frequency, the question: "How vision epics turn this around and try program to keep the good! guys American the British.ships" to embarrass .1 NEW YORK (AP) -A. Philip''And' with Alabama' Gov. George Wallace out of the race.

come you newspaper guys are always to make the 99% look like some kind of separated from the bad guys. "I don't get It" Randolph, president of the Goldwater's outlook in Alabama and Mississippi is plainly

picking on television?" nuts or something. Mostly It's because of televi. "Maybe you'll understand II t: Brotherhood Porters, says of his Sleeping union will Car en. enhanced.
don but books and
a Sunday
If you stop and take a close look, the We freely admit, as will most so- afternoon tour of a nearby bat. better about modern if I tell France.you a You little bit: dorse President Johnson In the
see ,
shoe seems to be on the wrong foot. called Ink-stained wretches, that television tlefield also can set It off. there's this man named De 1', November election. It will be
the first time the union has
Consider for a moment the mannerin does a grand job in many fields Inevitably, It comes "Daddy, Gaulle and he-" formally backed a presidential ever TODAY IN WASHINGTONBY
were the Rebels the food! guys
which newsmen are depicted In 99% particularly sports. But a fellow would or the bad guys?" Then there are the pirates. candidate, said the 79-year-old
of television How do you explain that to a bad are pirates good! or Randolph, who also Is a vice THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
presentations. need to have a hole in his head not to of the
president AFL-CIO.
Southern-born and raised 9-
The reporter almost invariably Is see that some of the tv programs are year-old whose grandparent "Oh, the pirates were" bad." Randolph said In a local tele
"Was La/lite
shown as the type you want to chokeThey're strictly for the birds. Even in the "primestinkers" came from Illinois, Kansas, "No Lafitte was bad?good vision interview that he did not WASIttWrOV LAP) Presl. half of what he u..11111'.1.Th .
California and Louisiana and i believe the Republican candl. dent Johnson has asked, T "col. \" Senate has p:isse I I siml
either stupid, crooked, smart though, you'll never see a smart whose greaUcreat-crandfathef of course" when he was being' date, Sen. Barry Goldwater, lege and unlversih |>it>slU, >nts her. although m.ta.plII'lIttlve,

alecs, liars, sadists, vindictive bullies alec, repulsive, crooked, stupid, or just wore a Blue uniform? bad, would enforce the new civil to beat the bushes for piospettlve bill. The two vei'slims' must lie

or just plain repulsive. plain worthless<< fellow who' draws his Television can set It off from rights law with the necessary government t'ml'luyes.|' meshed ltIto"the" ( leUslatioi' laseiiJJaJfli'

any angle. My tour..demand. !. "enthusiasm" .__ _.il.UUtllillgi.i Wiijl.UittOl. -alt _til* W'.fld'finis5 *
We don't mind admitting that about .paycheck' from television. { p/obatton.Teport on every hu*, I :"Ooldwater has pledged .]White Jloiise Thursday tile WASHINGTON) ; (AP) -. Tie I

acter down to the smallest ....IIt.on ful execution" of the law. President told the eduiatois National Aeronautics and :I"t"l"| "

part. Ordinary cops.fcnd rob.\ they might l>e /proud If they Administration says It ,Is reads
ben present few problems but, SEOUL, Korea (AP) could contribute an 'Abraham fot t first ustiiR a satelllteul
oh, those historical documei.tarlesl Winthrop G. Brown, new U.S. Lincoln, an Oliver Wendell ready, In orbit to help| ilin.t
r others Suppose you're watching ambassador to South Korea, Holmes, anr1lIllr VaiidenlKTg another sitelllte Into the i,ruler|

say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS' something on the RevolutionaryWart presented his credentials today or a Sim Rayburn or two. orbit.
to President Chung Flee Park at The university and ('ollece! The feat will be ittcmpted,

"The British were the food the presidential mansion presidents< were asked to write next Tuesday when 5\ ", guys, huh, Daddy?" Brown, who succeeds Samuel the President or to telephoneone a ommunliatlons- satellite In

"No, the British are good! + D. Berger, now deputy supertn. of his assistants about any near statlonaiy orbit 22,300
tendent of the National War Col. "really excellent miles above the nildPailfl
guys now, but then they were outstanding < .
the bad guys" lege, told Park he was prlvll. students who you think might lie will assist Sytn, ors C, a sister
"Well, then, who were the aged to serve "at a time when drawn Into tours of |>ublii' serv. satellite/ after Its l.tulII'hlll
good guys?" the prospects are good for con. Ice." from Cape Canaveral, Ha.

"The Americans, of course tlnued growth of the Korean WASHINGTON (AP) The The orbit 'hosei for Sym' 0''m
"That guy there, the one hid. economy and enhancement of House voted Thur da> to sjiend C Is the same as Sym om II's _
lag the British soldier. Is he an the standard" of living of the $905 million next year for hous. to hover above the Internatlonii
American?" people. tug, mostly to clear slums. The dateline at the equitor
"Yes, but you see_" Ball playing goes back to vote was 308to63.Presidell Where iyn.om II will come
"Then he's a good guy." prehistoric times I Homer NEW YORK (AP)>-Alan Jay Johnson had,I asked! I'! to relay) radio n omnum I.

"Well, not exactly You set, and other early writers reported Lerner, the Broadway lyricist, $1.4 billion for two years of urban tons from the Pu (fit tllUfln.I
he's that the ancient: I and his fourth wife, Mlchellne, renewal and passing'
a Tory. $1.8 billion for weather "'on lit Ions and/
Greeks found their recrea. are back together again, says housingoverall. lonosplierli .
"What's that? What the clistuilun"es fr
tion in ball playing. Isaiah the New York
"A Tory was an Americanwho Dally News House did was give him shout que it between surface fs+inls, .
was a bad guy." wrote: He will surely turn Mrs Lerner, a French lawyer
and toss thee like a ball," who gave up her practice to
"Were any of the British good
guys?" A form of ball game is portrayed marry Lerner In 1957, filed suit I Stamps In The
"Change the channel"It's on many Egyptian in New York last May for sepa. I
monuments. the ration. She
now around the time of Though reportedly locked I
Newifeofures <
the War of 1812: Romans usually disliked participation Lerner out of their $500,000town
"Daddy, are the French the sports the Roman house on Manhattan's East Side By JYO KRONISH
baths had an apartment set The News said the Lerners
?" Nf- \% NATIONS
good guys are \ all
emerging over the world and
the French have aside fot ball play and many are living together In a cottageat
always"Certainly been our, friends" Roman gentlemen had ball a hotel in Beverly hills new names are ub< juently being I learned b> schttiil-: l
courts in their villas. Calif. children as well is stamp collcitors I
"Then why are they attacking
., ..
more British lerntunek are (changing: their title

't 1, on attaining independence and.. .... ..
"' "'_'>"'V-"W" ' Jackrabbit Trait new stem.' .u*. bin .
issued to honor the occasion.
SCALAR ABEL E The Jackrabbit can shift the \\aialand has beco. Malawi
iii' .fl'a. \ usCABA1IA. 5EVE.N white area on its lower sides and North Borneo switched ne to 'It! .
> ;t ""' 't'' around at will by the contraction :- :Sabah .,'. >
ALEX I N VLEAD on joining' the I ederau m
) 5i. fund uMlinii/ of certain skin muscles.of Malaysia itC. u, L
\\'j1lklnll' MAG.
and thus it transfer the
LINKNNI can Malawi's' new
stamps depict
tXptn: Ile,. .
law, 25. I'rnltluned' t .. MALAR THE brown fur on the back to one i heads of itaic, III, al animals,
< 'jI : Scuah for 26N: os er MOT E. T. SAT E. E. N side or the other and replace i people and industries. Sabah W

John :28.l.ufly OPENED CAD R E it with white side fur. i,\erpnnled Ita 1961 let featurin MALAWI

. Dune mouniailu ( local scene, animals and
lO.Tww 3QFxbI p r. L. 0 0 5 E. D.. . . . . . :the Coat of Arm. There are 16 Paul VI. The 50 lire the

I Better huudreJds 3L Sluhlcamannl RES TOM ERA stamps overprinted etch the word Pieta The 250 lire depicts illustrate--
Will Make Grades
+'eraarv' bird C 0 S T A. 6 U R D r. NH. COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 'Sabah." It 11 interesting to the head of Mary from the Pieta

Squirrel 32, Meadow 0 5 I r. R. E: l. ANt:. T MICHAEL" CHANCE" Edit-Publisher ''"Iehal North Borneo's first The inscription surrounding
33. Foil of alt THOMAS" MAYER" .....ocl.t. Ed.tor I postage stamp set was i issued in
school students who of the nhool ISloubdiJlge REA T A. REGAL E . illustration on the stamps arem
Junior high plant. 34. Elerinclb. MARSHALL" WY..TT..dv. Mlnisv 1883 1 I and could: be used only for Latin

attend the new Horace OBnunt Opeiuting fionomles noted in Tueue unu of power ALBERT OPOLKA. Mach. Supt i ntcmel' mail and not outside the . .
i stand
li ludrrn JI I
Junior Huh: ti:hoot should make a an iunditioned units included fewer 'llIlIlc Harudra MRS LOUISE DAUB Oft c* Mgr. . a The three latent countries to
somewhat wholantic \\indo\\ i In< break or less Insert \\ \ Closelo uue stamp for the New York
maier piofficas repair 19 rrl"r Iu 3i'1'1""r I. Subsided 6 Pool">hd duly, .cpt Mond.y The Netherlands has inued world' Fair the Republic
Indltpen are Spun,
I Ihan clod those who Attended lunlmed Aieas to mow and U*> 211. I.euuce \b.orpuoll 2, Roman sable tho end Copier Saturday, County. m th.PubtnMn'aftarnoon Co by, II|two; new stamps commemorating: of Korea and Pakistan

the Memoiul Junior High school. drains to maintain.It 21. adungulg -Ill. D.dd. statesman 7 Finish Inc eel Tor*,"1 Av.nu.. South N.. I he 350th anniversary of the Korea' act has two stamps. One
I" Ina U. IJahl bed 3. Fr school 8. pin.Box 173 Fit?. 13949 Moll.ddrus P O I,founding of Groningen tniveraity.Pie shows the merchant
according to a two-jenr sttulj In will come a. no surprise) to :22.Prrtonn I U IlIdllldual Helper lower value Giseng, a
show the
4 Hotel 9.Mole genus Telaphon, Midway IJ107 for slydepartments. Coal vessel, and the other feature
which Honda Mate University paitiUpated '- many that student attending the) 11. Cemurx . . t)f Arms of Groningen University the Korean Pavilion. Pakistan's

air conditioned school can how IJ i J r/ d S e V-h, 1 a l 12 Inttantlx gutter pt,en Rata The higher value depict the two slurps show the Pakistani

I Accelerated scholastic pro. better achievement result Any r// V/ / 13. Sediment By earns or mi.I. p.y.bl. I"Id."CI. nonogram AG and a crown Both" Pavilion and the Unisphere.
is II II .a 17 Homesick lumps bear the words "" . 51's in's set has five stamp One
grass was not the only dividendthe one who work in air condition. 20 Beret On. Vear |1S, S.,> Month |MO. nTh nia Gromngana" and the date illustrate
,.. Month }3.7J. the Spanish Pavilion,
4 I If"
survey found to accrue from *d ouarters will agree that more) 21. Anglo- Mambar of Th. A..oc.u.d Press.wh I b 140 19b4. while another feature a bullfighter .

the construction of air condition efficient work can b* done thanin "d 11 "! Saxon king ..,ch for it ."tied eiclus.voly U IC.C. e.o in action
0 :23 Fooillseart ropubi"cation of I oil localnert Finland has issued a new a .
ed school plants. thoie not climate controlled 'items pentad In ton paper at ,
It If I. well. M all, AP nal tpatches: amiss of semi-poatal stamps The Republic of Congo has
strangely enough U wa touiul \u loiuhtionino Is being nuluH.ed 21 Feasted Entarad .>.tacond: class matter at nth the surcharges going to Ih.'IMllh 'issued IWO new stamps with a

that it Is possible to build an air no\ in much of the ne\\ school U /. lJ 2t t 2) Meagtr the undo POll Act Off of c*March*t Naplaa 1, 1197" .rodl. J JTh I Red Cross. Also issued terpsichorean: them. One stamp
26 Idea Finland Wit a special) depicts the Dmboua The
post. ballets
conditioned school building tl'\1cIlOIl In Florida particularlyus NEWS IIUTI no raiponi
wale inn IS I. 17
o ;0: 27 Ollthtiirocarbon I b I bty for in* return af unaelcdad age i stamp honor in$ the XVIII other stamp shows the Kebo-kebe
what more cheaply than others tea buildinjr in which summer work manuicr pts or photofrapha Jeneral Aoembly or the worldledical dance. The Diabou ballets area

pite the extra toM of stir conditionJjir i. is18nne11. II It 0 3'r r I' Za.Title 01T Th* NEWS b I hty uwm.o'emancl.l for typofraph. l *r. iripnt AuoclStion. Th. central mixture reflecting: the dance
Athena r'S or am >i ont n ad.ertna_ 8 eaten features a caduceus:
next of several
It i I. no Inure extravagant tn air i '.00 JJ y'f 29. mania but 'f noun td of such *r. African races. The
Dog lead t a an world
1'// open lobe.
revs bit o ; th* font iisu of the { Kebe-kebe, originally an acrobatic
Lower rnnatiuction tost h roiulition schools bu'inese in ,.., ,II see
tan r>r JS JI Jr p w reprint corraclly that dance
X Proportion adv.rtn.mnt ,n .h,ch of different village, I
achieved: the report says, by haunjr Florida than it i i. to provide a heat' 31 1o.herror occurred In the .."1 a Vatican City ha* issued a new i la now a choreography in which
33. Coal' "imnt would rano'ar the *et f
t RIO '> four
a more compact detli n. without the in? plant in similar buildings in Ih.n"l'lh.n IJ' 34 Dank crract,on valuaim. Th* NEWS few. stamps honoring the the dancer whirl around and
IT- wiM ,,due. th* one* of th.. advrrtiamarl York "odll' Fair and the bend into different/ shape while
open areas betweenaiimi* smut part of our country t II 36 Acquire by .n amount equal to p>an 'pation there of Vatican
37 DnenerPot th. pareantJt* Of th* total space r', : a tom-tom beat in the back

Key Wetl Cltlstn hm. 24 min, ac "'w'._.". 39. Behold a represented* in* erroneous, or omitted copy ,IlL"tThe s bust 15' lire portrait and Of 100 pop lire dance&bt ground., Mask are worn for this


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3BEAUTIES -i can l buy! in larger\ quantl and
fare plenty 'to spare fort
ties waste, 'al l' Oil Kftovrii, cut dour,'1 blends I'ft come la dinner,

with a modem |I NOFROSTREFRIGERATORFREEZER e J ectrlc{ 4. .It .ierjuue. little of \ouSli freezers today have square ror,
.th. t .. lnu ;|t time) importance\. ol f fS f ,
combination rt'frigl'I'alorfl'.l'I' nets and doors that allow a close
: era the bixiklot point out .that fit to adjacent walls and cabinets
..hl's.11111.. hate sepiiinte seetions The trend In "l'frlt'r.tor!
fin the storage' of fresh nod fleeter sites Is toward larger
You'll enjoy a "aupermarket" in your kitchen, frotenfulots Thefioetet ocrtlonwliili capacities, acioulmg to .the MichIgan .
TOGOAT. \ ." I with this popular double-door 2-in-I ;appliance.. ,, has an insulated door Stale pamphlet :Main families !.
. A modern refrigerator to satekeep! frpnli fmxU for"' maintains zero.dmgrt tempers hate found they r.nIt/ a
everyday use, flue a true zero-cold food frcc/er lures to penult the rapid fieri laige-capaelty unit In the
with adequate storage apace for today'k demands ,ing of foods and their loiigtenn Same floor space their old model
.+- land toe Cubes galore) .' storage: \\'Ithoulloll! of tutor or used to occupy This is due In
COST texlute part to the development of new,
n Plenty of room to stock" up oil moat "apociuut". One (It the most talked about thinner insulating materialsTIIUV .
and freezer ,
"bargains feituies of new' electric tefilgrratorfieerris ,
..aii Bigger inside, smaller, outside, today'a no.froi>t Is no diflotting, MEAT SI' OH LY
electric Hefrlgerator-Freezt. hold HO mush morn, Many' models completely rliml
yet take up lea sluice| nate messy manual defrosting In To thaw frozen meat place It
teat of all hove to defrost both fresh toot and freezer see In the refrigerator section<< of
you never again, your refrigerator! freezer, Leave
because frost can't form in either section! It In lit original wrapping during
this A few of the other features to
bring ad I See the no-front electric llefrigeratorFreewraand look for In modern refrigerator<< .thawing to prevent it from dryIng -
separate Freezers in a variety of color at freezers Include swing-out or Mont frozen meats may be
your appliance dealt., (>eneroua trade.In allowance pull out shelves, special storage cooked without previous thawing,
--- convenient term pare for tall bottles, butter and but extra cooking time Is required

,! .......................... ..................'' egg makers keepers,| and, automatic separate special Ice rube! take as.much A large as frozen 1H times roast si longto may

$10 MILLION RATE REDUCTION : cooled and humiilillrd compail" cook. ai the same roast unfroren -

Now more than over before' ..It'u whole lot cheaper go ALL ELECTRIC .:, memo foi meat and \rgetableii
than to use I combination of services Electricity cost so little, yet does and fiuit
COURTESY CORP. : to much for the enjoyment of modern Florida living! Some modela foal me a fienh DESIGN BREAKTIIROUGII
: food section designed to mainI Some of the new electric refrigerator
j I I" ,I..P.e..e...,.... ................... .. ................" '1'' I tain I top quality by surrounding, freezers have a brand
foo.bllIh still, moist air This furniture look" Called
943 4th Ave. N.It's -tl.w:; )();tla&) f'H'' .w.k.! "." r.t6'tt bt.kJ. pel nuts longer storage al above "tonlol new ,"or breakfront"models,
freezing temperamisFamilies they have a countertop for food
Now eceapae ran" sere will have no trouble preparation between the upper
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY /finding new model with a built refrigerator section and the
CALL MI 2.424 11'111. alilUI rooa/aA In look Almost all rrfrlgciator' freezer section below,

Friday, August II. It" tOLLICIt COUNTY NEWS 5
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frost Rtfngeritor-frMMf so there's no more defroitifig ever.
Exclusive IceMagic' ice maker replaces every Ice cuba Two' usa . COLD FUN Two American soldiers pose teilluetratastatement
automatically Exclusive Jet.Cold Sfcerf/ and Meat Chest eiclwkw
See It hat can trine htad ef In centralAUtka
Carousel shelves practically: hand food to yowl! ConstaM Wt hoarse 1 uancII
At. maintains, even cold to keep foods fresh" longer. 'I t Temperature el moment was 34 digress below' sere.NO .

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769 5th Ave So. Ph. MI 2.5184 Naples Shopping Center MI 2-432?

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::. fita .pect 67" .high, 333 i" wick, 2iVi" deep REFRIGERATOR FREEZERAT
1I1QJitiJE1 .11 : n .. PROVIDES M cu, rr, MOM STOIAGI SPAC

u ir'ii '; :i ';i : MOM shelf qua with solid, swing out shel. ,.

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rolls auf. '
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MOULI COLD , C-I the finest,
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For The H f
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to defrost either, the freenr compaHmMt, or fefrigHator, | 'YOUR GENERAL .ELECTRIC DEALER ,.11. and" poses through/ a 30 Inch door with
section frost never loss begins' to torn" w the Ireezer, and nduslv room to tpareM ,
Cold System automatically eliminates goat kuiUe to refrifanttrPerformance 4 lb. Frost Clear Freeier above. Balsncedcondtioned
that don more for vw! beauty that doe nan (to
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By VIVIAN BROWN sitting roots is to Europe'n ." e

AP Newsfeotures Writer t te told the group. e I' ttu1t

Women who have been liking what the home of the He points out that our lingo ,
> we.ilk
our restlessness e >
future will be like might consider: a more likely question : j I proves. about"people going placer,**

where will it be on land tea or in the air. :admire, a man *h
For all we know instead of heckling: the man of the under his own stesm" and t,Minder " HOME & GARDEN

house to mow the grass, we may be asking him at an j I I It ia characteristic it a failure "to, he stand said still, that

underwater retreat lo please get j STANDS for
"in England a man
Americana, he says, are"mobile sar
busy and clear those aea-
up he RUNS
I Parliament i in America
wheels ambition .nd
ifflunching u ,
1I. and weed
the coral
paria..n almoal unlimited expanse of I for the Senate." 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, August 14. IIMON
our newest
land. can make w. To move i. We Americana admire teklle-
d.ned.k.n.dvn., suit. as natural Americana as maan- ness when we think it is timed irr. w
An underwater home may not :is some useful direction h. end. THE -
be to fir fetched ai visitors to IVe an alwsys thinking of waysto w

the New York World'i Fair may make a good life be tier. And J

feel when they encounter such Hooray! :the house is "going to become HOUSE n' 6" I IrorwoM

exhibits as Futurama.. The more of a recreation, center than LAP
modern aqua home apace- I it is even now. ." err AMD Uwo

wheeled vehicles, aquacoptera, Defrosting'sDoomed He told the design group that Ntwt'foturaa
"deaignera will need a wealth of

threatened Antarctic and houaes cities built In the in imagination to create an environment When you'ie buying a house do > ou make your decision DINING i t

that will contain our IfII) lhty, solely on the bails of value PATIO 7'-
craters with people living on the without leattaming . .'
aide of cliffs may have been Well maybe the answer hs in Or do some of the mannerisms of the real estate tales

some do.ifner'i ....brainstorm but Summer la the time for hew providing the vehicles that will man have an effect: on your judgment'' N4 324GI

some of these idea have begun cropi-and new crops, whether take us above belo and There's a school of thought Which btlittes hat the
babies brldea or new green
to happen.An '
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wherever nervous habits of the ouettr G
beans usually call for additional persontrying salesman ran ever look e
article "At Home in the Our on and I DINING
urge to move to make the sale have serious. r BATH 1
Sea," in the recent issue of refrigerator space around ia one reason for the 12'7"-10'6" aI
National Geographic Magazine One of the most insidious space some influence on a prospective 2), Pushing themselves right up
tells about five French oceanauta stealers la the frost that formain success of the mobile.ayl.and purchaser This theory/ ia held into your face while talking I r t a s a e fAMllr a ITCHEN 23'sl"w
: home the cruiser" on water
Besides by sales experts in many fields, ''
freezer compartments 26. without
who lived for a month In a submerged the second home anywhere, Lotsof Coughing covering D mtfDA00M
stealing .p.c..1t hides labels and but I la given particular attentionin their mouths
colony on s Red Sea reef. women have marveled lit the 2
locks in cube trays and food the area of real estate asevidenced
What's more. the wife of Capt. comfort that exists In nuclear fa -- 1t 7"nltms
packages by the many times the
iscquea-Yvea Couateau authorof submarines would moveto 00ea
But lucky la the lady who has ; many subject is brought up si meetings
the article, dropped down to outer space at the drop of a -
of the new free-of frost electric conventions and clinic .
one *
Starfish House to spend a week In the toy space gun And just look VA Warns Vets 6 ( ROOn C
: refrl.er.tor-freezen. in covered What brought the matter to our
with her husband how the West was won 20' CENTER
attention again was I long list r.
The house conaiata of four wagons HAII
of things salesmen, do to annoy Be Wary When __ I1 BEDROOM
with ,
arma kitchen laboratory buyers, published in the latest 3
dark room', lavatory, sleeping are tens aura I
U.S. Reports issue of The Long Island Builder ,1a''ll'
quartere, living and dining room _n industry publication These Selling Homes fOACM
with showers beneath which la a
salesmen (In,
are not things say
aharkproof grille, The house on HardboardUse an effort to convince you of the ST. PETERSBURG, FU... .

five stilts 56 feet below in the worth of the house but merely' The a veteran

Red Sea was filled with compressed DoublesPeople personal mannerisms that annoy. sells his federal GI home does

air by a hoae.Entertainment' tlere'a the list; not necessarily relieve him of TWO CAliSb reel

? They have that are now using twice 1, Scratching their heads. his liability to the Veterans

too. The group turn off inside an much hardboard as they 2, Running their hands or comb .Administration M.T. Dixon

lights, puts on outside lamps and did in 1950 the Department through their hair. of' the Florida Department of ,

watches the piscatorial delights of Commerce recently reported 3. Pulling at an ear Veterans Affairs, said today. .

They were spellbound aa a thick Per caolta consump 4. Shifting their eyes from one Too often, veterans who have iH ENtRANCE ..,:

achool of sardmellaa came into tion in the United States bill thing to another whale talking sold their Gl homes learn later CAAON .. ur

view and executed a dance with grown from 6.23 square feetin S. Chewing on a toothpick, that the buyer has defaulted on .....
the precision of the Rockettea CHECK THE DIFFERENCEIf 1950 to 12.10 in 1961, match or; cigar. the loin the has been '
writes Capt. Couateau. your frozen food compartmentlooks The report Issued by the Bujln thou mortgage
6. Coughing or clearing
His. wife Simone, wore the like the one at top, It's time ,ss and Defense Service Ad- throats periodically. foreclosed, t deficiency: : has
ministration of the department resulted and that they are liable
meat foam-rubber diving tunic lo shop for a new electric refrigerator predicts that hardboard production << 7. Humming while writing an t. du VA for the of WELCOME says this ranch home's entrance garden fullwldth patio porch and flagstone
designed by a fashionable, Pane freezer Below la the frees- payment
(Is expected to approximate orals the claim which the VA had to center hall. There's a fireplace In the living room, and big windows on two aides The
couturier, She would don it and er section of a new model with
feet In 132. 9. the buyer before
two billion square Interrupting kitchen has barbecue house has three bedrooms and two baths
to the lender. A veteran fireplace. plus a tidy
her aqua lung to take an evening plenty of room for Iota of Ice and ,md that the anticipated upswingIn he says what he wants &0 'eY. pay
"stroll" with some of the quantities of food. Best of all, It residential construction and 9. Blowing cigarette or cigar may released from his liability powder room off the entrance halls Square foot area is 1,717 square feet. Architect for

oceanauta outside the station. never has Ie I be defrosted. greater Industrial use 'could smoke in the buye,'. face. to the VA If his loan Is HA3J4C Is I Lester Cohen Room 704, 48 W 485th st., Nw York. N,Y. 10016
easily raise the Industry's outbut and If the purchaserhas
They'd lake off from an open sea current
first place, she never never has above 1959's peak of :Z,155 billion 10. Adjusting and readjustingtheir himself
hatch protected by the steel to defrost. In the second place square feet" A major reason for ties. obligated by con- Blend With Every Decor
grille enclosure from sneak shark ice cube trayi and all the frozen the Increase In use of hardboard U, Fumbling with a lapel pin. tract to purchase this property -

attacks food containers always can be according to the department. lathe 12. Fingering a card or paper. and assume his liability. In

Other structures made up a lifted out of the freezer with Industry concentration on development 13. Buttoning or unbuttoning their e"1lr1on, the purchaser must
colony-a in, saucer's hangaron ease. And with no frost freezer of products having' coats fv the VA that his Is good Here's New RefrigeratorFreezersSuit
stilts, tool sheds for under. diminishes as It new and Improved textures
capacity never Colon and finishes 14 picking! lint from their; suitsor
water gear a deep cabin and a does when layers of frost start to "A few years ago," the report buyer's suit. i :an planning to sell his Any Kind of Kitchen

research ship.Though form. reads, "hardboard was con" II. Cleaning their fingernails G' >IC ,ay take either ort the
this was a research This meant the new electric: signed strictly to unseen structural 16. Slapping their order books, \\ _, avoid future lla-
project it could be that Americana ! refrigentordreezere that never functions
or something else, again end bill (tHe can arrange for
would take to an undersea have to be defrosted give full The report also notes the Use again. the ', 1 o) to be paid In full.
weekend villa like fish Skin value. Although they may not of perforated hardboard bscKed AnswerBy
t7. Doodling with a pencil or ((2)) < 'low the purchaser
Insulation batts, as an acoustical
diving ia a popular sport now and take up more floor apace than the ( t
11 and
material and Hated other pen. u
we are always restless to explore old thick-walled units the new
new Ideaa.Tiie ones with thinner more efficient popular uses In residential construction 18. Picking up and putting down obtsL se of his liability -
restless ; among them: flush- things dn i desk I on the loan from holder of
urge was wittily insulation have much more storage
' explained recently at a confertnce space-for both fresh and type and regular door, sliding Interior doors doors, gaMft. wall\ 19. Hitching at their pants the mortgage and the VA provided ANDY LANG

of the National Society of frozen foods And they keep food panels, Boors floor underlay. 20. Jingling coins in their of course both agree. AP NewtfeoturesQUESTION

Interior Designers by Rune deep-frozen, not ,just barely ment, soffits, siding. cabinets Pockets, Tilt "teran may apply to the : Several times
Lynn, author of "The 21.
Domeati- frozen aa the early ice-cube compartments shelves drawers shutters and Draping "jJlfWiJlHJ' } PYW I
cued Americans'The These chair VA (tot a ralsaie from liability we have found ,water on our
did. fences
make.." and other books 22. Walking around with a toothpick by submitting a request in bathroom floor under (he

or match in their mouths.; wrking to the loan guarantee water closet: tank At firstwe

New Liner Assures Clean Oven 23. Putting hand in front of their officer, at the VA Regional Office thought the tank was
of jurisdiction' where his
mouths while tal kiag.
24. Smiling until you wonder ifs GI Loan was first approved leaking but II appears( lobe

HANDYMAN The request should Include the nothing but water forming '

Without frotf V A10an DWt1ber. known,which on the porcelain: and ,eta

CENTER should be ''shown on the reverse then dropping on the floor. --

No ChippingNo aide of the certificateof Can you tell us what causes MODERN REFRIGERATOR FREEZER blends perfectly with
address of
eligibility. The this and how to correct il? ancient Japanese motif of this new kitchen
LUMBER SIZESIf the proposed purchaser and the

you buy a 3x4 at Scraping, and address of the holder
your name
local lumber dealer and find It ANSFR: This is a question A good kitchen is not just a blends well with any decor, Here
of the should be Included -
meaaurea 1-5/8 by 3-5/8 don't Just WashingNow mortgage we receive over and over again showplace although It can be it complements an oriental motif
('lllIth. Better Business Bureau r y Upon receipt of the every summer. The condensation that, too No matter what the And, although It has a large Capacity
Strange as it may sound, this Is that many of the new elec written request the VA will of water vapor in the sir is the decor-quaint, cute austere or for both fresh and frozen
the actual .sire of all *.2x4'.." trio refrigera. freezers need no send to the veteran alls cause of dripping. MoiMure forma oriental-a kitchen needs to be foods, it does not dominate the

In fact there lent a piece of defrosting : it takes only the necessary forms to com on any surface which hold a carefully planned and well kitchen It does contribute considerably

finished lumber on the market few minutes simple sudsing plete in order to apply for the liquid that is cooler than the equipped If it is to function. Inefficient however, to the kitch
that measures alee out to Us supposed clean them I stead of hours of release of., liability on a CI air. Sometimes this can be prevented control center of family en's efficiency

chipping, raping, waiting and loan by enclosing the outside life. r
The explanation Is simple' moppinit, of the lank with s fabric material The kitchen shown in the photo "Stop" Signs Mesa STOPJeuplla.s
rut originally to the exact dimensions Dixon warned that It Is most
1. T..i. lit all food and othei above Is both efficient and attrac.
moat lumber la dressed Important that the application
before It leaves the sew mill, contents, including shelves, crispers for release of liability be made The condensation can he reduced live It has been planned to make
Planed smooth It la marked meat compartments, egidrawees. if you use s ventilating "homework"easier for the house
"843" meaning"surfaced four ., 1 ni lethal; jreme abl prior, to th. time the GI home fan in the bathroom,''but be csre wife. It Is also a room guests will ArrivvdIn
aides." parU Is sold 10f obvious re as,'nOnce t it I if you have any children whoh gather In because It'a so handsome -

That why the 2x4 you buy 2. Wash Interior. includlm t the sate Is accompllsh: or otherwise disturb .
la 3/8 of an Inch leas than those door and its itorag eojnpartments and all\ final papers are signed the i I..."., ",,,iher solution Is to One feature that makes this a Naples

dimensions. Keep this reference I Ir and gasket, wltfc spoaga 01 by both! parties' U 1s nor have a plumber malall s mining good working kitchen ia the large TSJ erve> all ye>uHuppy.JEEP

(Tilde: cloth wrung out las warn soap o longer of Importance to the valve which. will, warm the water electric refrigerator-freezer, sit

t detergent suds, Clean sores I buyer whether he assists In get entering the tank. If the water. in uated near both the cooking cen- Owners

FINISHED LUMBER SIZES and crevices with sudsy pastrj, ting the veteran released from the tank is at room temperature te, far left) and the cleanuparea Sale t Parts, Service
(In Inches) or percolator brush liability. there 'will be no condensation on (just left of refrigerator-
Nominal Actual 3, Rinse with clear' water mixed I freezer). ,
There Is j also the possibility the outside of the tank 'III 1) () !U'o! ft-
I II I III/II II 1-1/ with three of With its straight, clean lines
tablespoon baklni t Dixon further pointed Out.th.t Alsosvsilsble nowis s special 4"t"t(;.t ffifimtiw /"
I II 4 III/II II 1-11,1 soda tank which contains. an inside and uncluttered design, a new
1 II 5 13/1' II 1-1/ the buyer might not prove Aic scievice
4, Wipe with clean dish towel tsnk. The water enters only the refrigerator freezer like this
I II 10 UIU II '-11I j t to be a good risk In the opinion
11 5. Wash all removable pang ai inside lank and, since. the outside -
II 2532x11.111z4 1-1/1 II s-5/s sink using soap or detergent and I of the V A,or the mortgage hold rank does not get cold

axe 1-1/8 11I /' a stiff brush for wire racks Don''t er or both. there is no condensation

II 10 x-5/5 II1,1 use boiling water on glass part!I Dixon suggests that veterans ore. TOROeAUTOMATIC

I II II 1-1/11 II 11.I/a or plastic but rinse all parts li I discuss this with the local veterans (Questions of general interest

I II 1 2-B/S II 6.5iI4z4 warm or almost-hot water. Wlpi o t county officer or write will be answered in this column.

1-1/1 II .-11t dry and replace) to him at P.O. Box 1437 St. Individual correspondence: cannot SPRINKLER SYSTEMNome
I II 6 a-1/11 II 11,1I I 0. Wipe off "dew" clinging t<: Petersburg Fla. be undertaken.) .
jars and other food contatneri.

_. ._ before replacing th.... ._- --- ser ir. fowat-r irTOKO
This problem of size looms -'" "' - c
when want to new 7 Wash outside of refrigerator!
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j' I Sale Of Yanks To CBS .r Oriole Powell Seeks 40 HomersBy I r. Baltimore Race Shifts


I Upsets Charles FinleyNEW AP N.w.f.otu Sports Editor : 1' ": '1>> '1 '1'W' ", way to-head American competition League in the pennant tIre,

One of the most Improved slunI .. : 'l : race shifts to Baltimore tonight

YORK lAP) T,,. < for the season's final series ie.twe .
A team spokesman, however, .M In the Anierli" Leagued :
, Columbia Broadcasting Systemwas n the league-leading Orli It. SPdRTSFriday
passed the ball to CBS and <
sale I'hIS
( set today to to I* John (BOOK) Powell
complete the any statement must Iron and the New York Yankees.The
purchase of the New York Yen.bees the network. The network de:,1 and If you were to talk to this" l" Oriole moved intothreegame a .

the richest and most (am.cms dined Immediate comment, bul[ miniature' Johnny Mlae OII'dhave lead during the past

franchise In sports, In a sen. Indicated that a formal state,. no trouble rrillttatf why week' by taking three of four

satlonal maneuver that could ment was expected this after> pitchers fur this giant of otIl '. from the Yank and sweeping August 14. UU COLLIER COINTY NEWS 7
place the network behind the M three straight from the Boston
closed doors of baseball's noon.Webb 22 summers.
council high and Topping, along with Red-.Sox. -. .... .
est chambers Powell's muscles hive The runner-up Chicago whit
Larry MacPhall
bought the Taking
As owners of the Yankees, the Yankees In IMS for a reported|: muscle. Freddie Hofiuann.<< the Sox lead the Yank by only one. With

dominant team In baseball for 12.8 million. MacPnall resignedas t former catcher who plavedmlthI half game after splitting four V

40 would years fain, full CBS presumably president two years later and I Babe Ruth raved about a big (,'*.. 'I' ," ., game with the perennial chain Leave During
voting rights In \ plon.
Webb and .
American and Topping bought his high school kid he toll<<,.ed from The
major Steve Barber Yankee killer
league Interest for $Z million. The sta. a Reds Road
matters. dlum and grounds later were Lakeland to Key West. The kid' with a disappointing 74 season .t Trip
That Includes an upcoming sold and now are owned by Rice was Boog Powell and the more al record, will pitch the opener \
Monday night television pack the for the Orioles In a three-game CINCINNATI LAP) , ,
University and the Knights of Freddie talked the' higher' ProsB
age deal during prime viewing Columbus set likely to draw record crowdsto Dick Staler, taking over firing .s:

time that could bring as much The Yankees, excluding the bonus payoff seemed' to go.Hufmann \ Memorial Stadium. M.II1aplred i Hutchli

as $20 million The network has stadium and grounds, now are stopped short of Yankee pitching plans were Just before t the Cincinnati Ri I I'

not yet been selected. CBS, as estimated to be valued between $100,000 when he called Buog scrambled a bit because of the Associated\ TED MFIEK: leave on a mad trip, saj t' <:
owner of the Yankees, appar. $10 and $1$ million. "the new' Ruth" In 1959, the year t Chicago set. RoUnd Sheldon 3. isn't likely that Sports there WriterIt will players "reall/u the ar, up
ently would have equal 1) Steve Hamilton against It" as far athel 1\.
voting A key factor In the transac. or (7 1)) were i
home be '
Powell hit a run every' 14 another 10ft-> ard return of a
rights with all other major tlon and, obviously, in the think. listed as probable starters to nant hopes are concerned.The .

league teams Ing of both Allyn and Finley, l is trips to the plate for BlueflId, night, although White Ford (12.: tonight kickoff as or the a r7.\ard football field exhi.billon goal. thlrd-place Reds t L: all

American League President the position CBS gains In rela. W. Va. 4)) may get the mid if hIs ailing pro league-leading Philadelphia '
season starts its second
: Joe Cronin, who announced tlon to the majors' dealings withtelevl.lon Actually, Doug signed' for a hip feelsbetter weekend with six lames as they leave ti day
from Boston Thursday night an Manager Hank Bauer of the games. for a tour that will take then h,
Increasingly Important $35.000 bonus and It was paid The
rttlsbuigh Steelen the
that the necessary threeJourths factor. Orioles has a well-rested bull !Houston, San Francisco and Ls)
over a three toavoid only team of the 22 National andAnI.rh'an
-year period
of the league owners had ap Part of that Is the new Mon..' pen ready for the Yanks. Dirk Angeles

proved the sale of 80 per cent day night package which was the big tax bile Hall, an old Yankee nemesis, did not League last teams which "Besides the best medlcir ,
lay weik kick off
of the Yankees, emphasized, announced last Monday at the Powell welfN 235 pounds and hasn't pitched for three day, their first exhibition,, for him Hutch) Is for un t.
however, that: Dave Vineyard has had four game kl't'pIII winning.'
major leagues' meetings In Chi. stands 6-feet-3' and every' against the
"The American League was cago. days of rest, Harvey HadJU< Philadelphia Eagles Hutchlnson is! battling a chest
statistic about him Is well proportioned. at Allentown, Pa, Baltimore is
advised that If approval was John Fetzer, president of the and Frank BertaJna five days, turner' tint was dUcoverel2
And he's all In at Detroit, Kansas City at Puf.
granted the Yankees right Miller last January The 45.year.old
will be a Detroit Tigers and chairman of C'S and) Etu has pitched four falo
and Oakland' at DenverSix .
separate entity and an autono. the majors' television commit. left Held. innings In 13 days manager of the Reds has under.

mous organization Independentof tee, said plans had been ap. As a rookie In 1962 he came Baltimore, with' a 9-8 bulge In uled more game are sclieil. gone several examinations! since
JOHN (BOO) POWELLBlllte' Saturday night. The New'
CBS with Dan Topping as proved to televise one game lip from Rochester where he It'd Bust.n'. Bob the season series with New York Giants are at Green Day the baseball season began, and
president and other members of each Monday night In 196$ with York, has a 57.56 mark against recently spent a week In Christ '
the International League In homeruns at Los Angeles' SI.
the organization continuing to the proceeds to be divided eq. the Yanks during the past six Louis Hospital! while Staler ran the
formulate with 32. H* hit 321 I hut meets Minnesota at Allan. team. The results of
policy and to manage ually. years easily the best anti- the tests
'. ." hit 15 himie I act ta, the Dear
runs Chicago
th." Venom-- nrrranliotiThe ",If .fanned 118 limes. NOT fan 100 times a* a big New York record In the league.They'll have nut liven announced

announcement;; ;;:; brought Clyde King, who managed league finikin IIiHlg made CI'dpI"oIf 'h. '.""""I n tlmeN l hill l h. with Washington al Richmond, The Reds cralitpd llirtrhln.,." .[i.

heated, bitter retorts from hub, good He stru k out. .mix 79 batted 91 mare "mt" and' hit "', Va., Dallas take. un ban Fran. a leave of abMMuo;; fnr'd ,
Rochester predicted tie would clKo at Portland Ore, and
Charles O. Finley, owner of the home. run In l lend. the orioles. Play It Houston battle San, lion of the toad (rip Thursday)
Kansas City Athletics, and Chi. THEM He moved hit uvenre from .JitIn The Hard At Little Kok, Ark. 1\osh'n Diego and at The diclslon was annwnred
cago White Sox President Ar. Way at a haM II)'.called news c\infer.
thur C. Allyn, who raised the Baseball .301! the Nework Jets ate Idle. mice where Hutchinson" told

question of "the potential ram!. S .if If the Orioles, ran hang <"ii twin Cypress SundayIt Clarence Child of the Giants newsmen:
turned In the I 108-yard TD kUk.
flcations of a national radio and a DU & the American I t'JlI""l'lIn,11I1| was announced yesterday off return and Pete Gogolak "I have been "XJ''rl". li

television network controlling a Powell will hive ti.nl, a hand. In that members of Big Cypress booted the P7.y.nl .'0 for Buf. some pain In my back aid, I heel[\ ;
that thin
major league club. Roundup trip, so very Impo into
the iirprse.| Al the h.IH.\. Golf and Country Club and fairs last| week. Doth ..rlort..xrl'l'dt.tJ .
the club wt.d.1Ie l
"We should know thoroughly 8' THE ASSOCIATED: PRE08 too tank
what effect such a marriage point' if the sen.in he ,hid. "I l others planning to play the Urn listed' pro records, on me

will be. Dan Topping and Del B? THE ASSOCIATED MMI By BOB GREEN Russ Nixon' single In the fifth home runs and lo! run lulled course Sunday will compete for bill 'they will not tie listed Mnce "I feel Ihut this leave of oh.

Webb (co. iwners of the Yan. National League Associated Press Sports Writer produced the only Boston run. In. honors on the "hard course" they were. made In exhibitiongames since will benefit the club and

bees) now have a contract with W. L. Pet. G.B. Robin Roberts, sold by the The Yankees closed to withina There N what Club Pro Phil Darbyshlr The GlaJits lout! to Min.neuuta everyone concerned" to
nu telling llmg' 21.7
CBS. That network owns 80 per Phlladelphl 67 44 .604 Phillies a* over the hill and re. half game of Chicago when said the "hard course" will be while Buffalo beat Hulclilnson said< he hoped to
the Jets 20.1)The .
cent of the club with Topping San Fran. as 49 .570 3V4 leased by the Yankees without a Elston Howard's two-out, two-on might do this year devised by putt Ing the tees back Ixal 1 to return to his .lob when

and Webb each 10 per cent," Cincinnati 63 52 .548 8< to
Allyn said."The Pittsburgh 60 51 .541 7 future of each of those ball tie and provided the Yank with 40 home run," the rHfi'eilnix'R < the on the In contend for Ilio KaMernConffience AUf '"t.
pins greens spots title in (the NFl.
o matter was not brought St. Louis 60 53 .531 8 clubs. a split in the four-game set with told this writer the other ---' r
difficult reach and *
up at the Joint meeting of the Milwaukee 58 54 .518 8V4 The 37year.old right-hander the White Sox. Al Downing won day, "And 100 runs lultcd III most to requiring encounter a revamped Eagle hkl,i tt .vi 41)) i IIn luht were' i ii tu

majors Tuesday or at our Los Angeles 56 56 .500 111" scored his 10th victory of the his 10th and Gary Peters went a keen eye to maneuver outfit beaten last _t'I'k In Haiti ,"ii"i ,i lih. !bunt" i Tg., ., inIhr ,
league meeting Monday But we Chicago 53 59 .473 14t year Thursday night, a four-hit the distance In losing would be a good 1 Cal to hull a successful put!. more S.I; l'Ifll l '" ,..""

knew It had been, or was, under Houston 48 68 .414 21'/4 effort over seven Innings In a 7. Minnesota rammed In five for.

,discussion between Cronin and New York 35 79 .307 33V. 1 triumph over Boston that put runs In the first Inning against i
his Baltimore Orioles Detroit's Dave Wlckersham
the Thursday's Results In eicell. and
"'I Interested parties. Chicago 3, Philadelphia 1 ent shape for the crucial series coasted in from there, aided by
think it
I a hurry up Job. with the New York Yankee Tony Ollva's 27th homer in the
I sloppy don't way like to it run a damn the league bit. It is" a Only games scheduledToday's Games starting tonight. second. KEEP OUR BEACHES CLEAN !

"This Is a hell of a lousy Pittsburgh at Chicago, 2 The victory Increased Baltl. Ernie Brogllo limited the
to way Philadelphia at New York, 2 more'. American League lead ):Phils to three hits and struck,
cun: the American League nn
said tvl-ntght .. TBWSVtUMilwaukee1 'to, three full games ltsblgge t put nine as the Cybs broke Phil. ;
FWV !Wben the baseball
fans .of America at San Francisco, In! a ''month -'t and, 4 this state adeiphla'l flve-game winning
see way N of the season, made a Baltl. string Ernie Banks' 15th homer)

many things of are them ramrodded will change, I their fear Cincinnati at Houston, N more-PNladelphla World Series got the first run for the Cube ) \2'EW) J1TITIfjf rn

allegiance to the National St. Louis at Los Angeles, N increasingly likely.
League. Saturday's Game The Phillies, for whom Rob.

"The whole thing is Indicativeof Philadelphia at New York, N erne won 230 games In 14 seaSons Jones Favored
dropped a 3-1 decision to
the Pittsburgh at Chicago
shenanigans pulled In the
American St. Louis at Houston, N Chicago In the only National j
League by Cronln. 3 To 1 Over
Cronin said Milwaukee at San Francisco League game scheduled but
a telegraphic pollof Sunday's Games were still S'/i games ahead of rnTIfjf
the league owners rnill1rn1r
the request of the was Yankeesand takenat Philadelphia at New York the pack, a hard-to.calch lead at Bill DanielsNEW '
this of the .
stage MalOl'l.Minnesota
Pittsburgh at Chicago 2
that any announcement of YORK (AP) Heavy.
the sale must come from the St. Louis at Los Angeles, 2 whipped Detroit 6- weight contender Doug Jones
3 and the New York Yankees
club. Cincinnati at Houston, N risk his No. 1 rating for a $7,.
stayed within S'/i of Baltimore
Milwaukee at San Francisco, games 500 payday against sub.titut.BUly .
2 with a 5.2 edge over sea
Daniels In the television
THE end-place Chicago In the only
fight at Madison Square Carden ,
American League other games on the major -
league schedule.The tonight. .;;;.-r
W. 1.. Pet. C.B.
BECAfl1kl Jones I II a 3.1 favorite over the
Baltimore 72 43 .828 victory concluded an un. ,
I Brooklyn barber, who was has. -
happily important home stand
Chicago 69 46 .600 3
I tlly recruited Thursday to fill In
A New York 67 45 .598 alt for the Yankees in which they!
for Tony Along! of Hollywood
Z Go ( Los Angeles 60 57 .513 13 1. Lost a share of the league Fla. ,
lead when they dropped a four
Detroit 59 59 .500 14V.
The lanky Floridian
D/ game set to Baltimore, three came up
\ Minnesota 56 60 .483 l4 with
.. an aching right arm and
games t
Cleveland 54 61 .470 18
examination disclosed
an he had
/ COUNTRYCLUB Boston 53 63 .457 Itlt 2. Salvaged only two games 1 bone chips.
out of four from Chicago, a
Washington 46 72 .390 2T/i Once a ranking contender, the
team they had beaten 10 ,
Kansas City 42 72 .368 291,1Thursday'
27-year-old Daniel no longer Is
straight season.
\ .
II Result rated among the top ten. lie has ,
Now they head to Baltimorefor ,
with the BestFACILITIES New York 5, Chicago 2 an 18.5.1 record, Including aru'th
Minnesota 6, Detroit 3 three games, the final three ,
( round knockout
of 19
] y Baltimore 7, Boston 1 of the season with the league ;months Alongl
leaders and the Orioles anxious
Only games scheduledToday's Jones, 27, has a 24.4.1 record.
in Southwest Floridafor Games for the chance to provide the
He has won three straight sincehe
Country Club Cleveland at Minnesota, N coup d* grace. i dropped a controversial 10. ( ) i
Roberts set It
up last night.
at Washington
Los Angeles , round decision to Casslus CUyw
LIVINGGOLFING twl-nlght Pitching with only three days ; ,
March 13, 1962.Marchetti .
f 4
rest he limited
Chicago at Boston, N Boston to four

. New York at Baltimore, N hits in seven innings, had a 7.1 -vs/ e1rr

ril Mt Chompiamkip Golf m"ticclltnt Detroit at Kansas City, N lead and retired in favor of Stu To Play b r Ot3L.

condition lor tloy Saturday's Games Miller WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP)-
Detroit at Kansas City 2 twt. He was staked to a flve-run ,Gino the Giant Is coming back I r I
lead In the first
Inning by
night Gino Marchetti, one of the
AAU I.l. .ool75' i 40 JO' wlh Brooks Robinson's three
Cleveland at Minnesota run great defensive football end of
family ", .", b.oth"1" Ko ablf, homer I
Los Angeles at WashingtonNew a run-producing error all time, has decided to come

HOMESITES . York at Baltimore, N by Carl Yastrzemskl and NormSlebern's :out of retirement and play an.

The p for Ikf bed Country Club Lm.| Sunday's Game double by Ed Bressoud and Colt,I::

m Southwest Florida'! Detroit at Kansas City L

Cleveland at Minnesota
Turn fail al Slata' 'oof1
$' JromUJ, 41 Los Angeles at WashingtonNew PLAY BETTER GOLFBy .;
York at Baltimore r
PHONE MI 2 6691 g1og
Chicago at Boston _

Tommy Armour


'1\" .t: of the \aluablt habits

can dm"clop in winter DON'T BE A LITTERBUG !

golf practice is that of
Every Saturday landing correctly to the ball.

s\i The ordinary golfer pri- Drop every I:Her bit In the nearest trash basket at your Jvorita beach. And always carry < litterbaf'

8:00 P.M. ? entity has the ball too far
. car. Then you'll never be litttrbugl! All '
to the left at address It your through your long day' outing, you'll help keep America

NAPLES SPEEDWAYAtmission never should tit't any farther clean and beautiful You'll help contain the clutter of trash that makes the cleanest beach unsightly

ahead than on a> line an iik

( $1.50 M tn off the back of the left and unsanitary. You'll help prevent the pileup of trash that costs $50 million

Student $1.00 if drive heel ,men Another fur common the teed error.up a year to pick up from major highways alone. Remember every litter bit hurts 1\ i'i\

49 Children under 12 free e, .
-pi the amage' golfer u to when it hits the beach. Every litter bit helps when it hits the litter basket Zynef' 'we:ierti
1 hate the feet too close' tojrrther "

for the medium endn7


r be far enough apart to you d

; F Aug. 15 can turn your brxty easily :

POWDER PUFF while keeping in such grill

balance your head stay .11"
Y. .
PACE Boll always attalJ,. '

this hock In.of 1' teal ., Th ('11..... TribuM. Qbt! NthJ

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1 COLI.t R NIW3., Friday. AeNat t4, 1114I

fA4tlu- 'Gooc3wR spcTnse For

" By sue Glover

I r What resident ol East Naples Manor MI i II 2-6077 tack at horn and, feel. Aug. 19 ShowmobileiResx

:; took a walk In the gulden with tug ftttt alter a short*t\ ,t :-01. 4d
<111v' the President 01 the United State pie Community Hospital s "
;; Shoumobile "exquisite and physically
this week? Our County Commit" | to
which will leave (for the COCOIH feet as the romantic-
sionei Dewey AiY.PIIOGAJsUt'
Potty, of course.
Grove P.lahouse in Miami n.M Gould, he laid, ts "a
Commissioner Polly returned to Say, have you noticed that the
Wednesday IP, player with a distinctive
morning per'l
Naples| vester it 10 o't'\Ot'k.\ hasbeen'4atiett.. and a delivery of line
I' ,.. I I'J Washington lor several days to curbing along the stretch ol the. ie a joy to hear."
gratlMng althoughther
attend a, nationwide meeting of East Trail now under' ('onstru rountcommissioners.. East: Trail now under onslru, still a few places I left i III> the I i. The inclusive price of $13 I!
conditioned bus.a 'cor llugi, tier- the snowmobile Junket Includes
One He
thing he missed.' didn't tlon. Maybe tint means well I *
Is Reynolds and Manan B>'ram, round trip bus transportation
,1 get to see Lucy do the Watusl. have thl roaJ paved in the tin'"' ,
who are sponsoring the excuision gourmet lunch, a down front thea.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Holbrook the Mason start. Its a IUIII i '
in silisi, ' tre seat and all gratuities. The.
': .' Jt\;' bluing his two.week tour of dull ed with mud except' un those III, The attiartlon which Naples bus will leave from the parking;
., ', with the Army Reserve and a frequent occasion after uee theatrogoeis will see at the \\'eclnesdav area at Third Street, South, and:
1-imll v ,. }p It q .rb Ill Whltel url, Ky. Mr. Holbrook Is Leon Treon operator ol the 'ks," the musical comedy which ture theatre. Since the matinee,
.' ....., on dUly at Ft. Campbell. Food Bank In East Naples is Is now in Its fifth lear in New starts at 2 p.m. It should be
Mrs John D. Combs of Martin home from the hospital" anJ,I I IP York and I has also been 'UI'I'ell.- ba.'k in Naples between 6:30 and 1

'I ...\':' .." Street tii Naples Manor used a covering nice!} (lolluwing hu J IP full produced In London West 7 p.m.
: : Berlin and other Euiapeantheatie Reservations may be made
Stanley! party as an opportunlt) cent illness
tel make the capitals, humph Doris Reynolds at
If acquaintance manyof PALM TREE PHILOSOPHYScarlet
her Naples Manor neighbors.It O'Hara In "Gone with IhO \ Liu Minuelll, talented daughter MI2.4552, 01 Marian Byram at '
i '''' was also a chance for many of'Wind" may not have been an adml \ of Judy Garland, and Elliott MI2.2124. (

.. the neighbors to get acqualned. ruble character but she did . _ .H Gould 1 are stalled In the cuiient
I Sixteen guests attended the have one admirable phllosojli| pioduttlon at the Coconut Grove Ladies '
Thursday night party. Her philosophy of "1 1'11 worn) OPERA WARMUP.Oers.nt Evini. who play the Playhouse. Not only Is Mr.Gould Cypress
Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Rip. about It tomorrow"', There a title, role, and Anna Mofc rchenrit Verdi I "R'gol'tlo"' for an oncoming Ilt'l'ft>rhlel' in his In Low Net Play "
lev were hosts recently to their certain futility attached to wor recent openng, perform"ct .n. L.ondo" Royal. Opera Moult own i right, but he Is the husband Carr''
of Barbra Stielsand, star of Mar Gord>' and Perry
nephew, Jimmie U *L and four rv. When you Tease to worn
of his friends. Vl.sfclnMiOapl sand about one thing along comes "Fuiinv) Girl"' and Biojlwav tied for first In the ladies day
enjV tiV 'a. curient singing sensation. low net tournament this week
thoroughly int( another to take it's plate. ThisIs
pies beaches with \mmle war HOllia the exception to the rule, Fairmont Closes Doors On The Beatles George Bouikt, critic' of theMiami at the Big Cypress Golf Couse,

Hughes, RonnX lIo1au'j! ] "Never put off until tomorrowthat ft_ .. __ .._M__ _. _. _, .. ,." .p. lleiald, charaiteil7 while Marie Damon and Eleanor
a\n i-ic\isci3H.cj (AP)-rue duuiis wiinout regrei.ashlonable Dubane tied for second
"The place.
Bruce Nelson and FraiXjiuUfflT which we tan du today" We Fautastirks"as"charndngand
Falrmutt Hotel has The British lock 'II' rollers
Next week the ladles will
of Richmond, Va. The group spent can all profit by putting off worry delightful and unconventional play
hut Its doors to the Beatles acre to heck Into the hotel .
in Its KtaRpcialt'! ,ind said that the back nine and have a "near.esl.to.the.plil"
four In before leav.
day Naples another day Try It for a few Spokesmen Mil Thursln Tup.sdaTliev '11 '
ipjieit ,
ing on a trip to the east < oast and days. and see If must time you hat the hotel atbi' the citv s IVednl'sdJnight it .i Cow p",. 'its human i omt>d\ |l1UltSI'IiIiI'S' prize on Hole l.Members
the Florida Keys We're not wor. don t forget what you wanted to Sob 11111 has canceled the slap lace "concert that Ins bee hold lIellu I lie". aubet ii,'a and state desiring to play are
me" it. In his review Mr.Unlink. requested to make up their own
rled about their visit to Miami worry about tomorrow. ry.haln tilt liu months
v sinking Itrnul'( re3err ,
ilso dt's'rlhed Miss
Mmnc'lll games
Beaih. We're sure they found that as
Miami Beach and the girls just
can't compare with Wonderful
Naples on the Gulf.
Mrs. C.L. Michaels of Naples

: Another Ace


't:: For McDevittDill

.,:J3'I *" ',-:- McDevitt, pro at The
... Moorings Golf and Country .
Club, scored his second hole.
WHEN IT COMES to promoting the state of In-one his /
Thursday, sinking
Florida, the Florida Development) Commission forBorne tee shot on No. 6.

I reason l loans heavily on beach scenes, accenting McDevitt used 4-tron to navigate tahJ1Wkked 4''(

groins, pilings, sun and sand, And they the 195 yards, with the / !
on't object at all if an attractive girl! wanders ball "on the line" all the way.

irlto the scene like vivacious! Lani Wilson Playing with the pro at the

time were Author Fletcher

TV: 'Radio Knebel Les Johnston, and

: ',* *' Stockton Renfroe. fOi
McDevitt scored his first
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP years in the future.
hole-In-one at The t1Y
Televlslon.Radlo Writer The series will specialize In
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Star.dramatic undersea action which several months ago, using a 3- i
gazing, after all these years, re. requires delicate, special cam. wood on the 240-yard 9th hole. 1 e I

mains the favorite sport of resl. era work 1
dents and visitors In this world There will be collisions be.
film capital. tween subs, underwater explo. was CBS' Wednesday night visit
with Mrs. Lyndon Baines John. you
Buses providing guided tours done, even attacks on cities
son at the "Little Whit House"In
around the studio lots and past built on the ocean floor. All this
Texas the LBJ
the star*' homes are Invariably violent action takes place ha\ ,
filled Except for the forthcom.Ing cement tank on the studio back. proved warm, i
gracious and
Beatles appearance, the lot the size of a small swim. Interesting boa'tees
j moving ,
hottest ticket lit town entitles mine pool but considerably the downstairs Informally room.'and through \" ,,,. .
the bearer to a.two-hour. $2.50 deeper and equipped with ort. pqlnt
log out Item of
tram ride around the busy Unl. holes for the cameras' eyes. All special Interest
versal.Revue lot. ,, Walter Cronklte handled the t.
the props, from sub to rocks
It Is booked solidly for weeksin and building are carefully con. ,,half-hour In the effective oLd"per.onotoperson"
advance. strutted scale miniatures. style.
Watching human actors CBS' "Perry Mason Show" Mrs. Johnson will give ABC I L"f tL
preferably well-known ones shut down production this week something like equal time witha '
perform Is Interesting, but even while star Raymond Burr Is : Washington Interview with I 1 1I'
more fascinating Is a look at the recovering I from bad tooth In. i Howard K. Smith In the White
complicated assembly line set fection. He was : only L in se.: House Oval Room on Aug. 22.

up to make a television series vere pain but his face swelled to ,
like "Voyage to the Bottom of a point where no makeup could Members of the Electoral I 11 ,I rl it 1

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Life WEATHERBy FrldayAuguntlll844 COLLIIRCOU1'ITYNEWS9..e._ . . . ssss . .
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High Low Pr

Albany cloudy 66 48 ; Win

Albuquerque cloudy 81 63 .11 Mississippi Negroes

Atlanta clouds) 78 60

Bismarck cloudy 72 50

Boise, clear 84 54

Boston clear 75 52 First Delegate SkirmishWASHINGTON

Buffalo clear 62 43 .2!I

I Chicago clear 70 48
Cincinnati clear 71 48 (AP) John lr party :a (Rtoup: 'htch was or.

M. Bailey Democratic national ganlzed this year with the (8O4
Cleveland, clear 62 46 .7!I 10g
Denver cloudy 85 55 chairman, says he will recent strong support of most civil

Des Moines, cloudy 66 54 ,0 I mend that neither of two contesting rights groups working In Missis

Detroit clear 66 48 groups of delegates from slppl. Rauh Is representing the

Fairbanks cloudy 71 57 Mississippi be placed on the Freedom Democrats

Fort Worth cloudy 95 76 temporary roll of the Democrat. It IS challenging the right to
1C National Convention. convention seats for the all -jkfMva2.2/O7
Helena, clear. 78
Honolulu clear 87 75 .09 I The decision, disclosed bj white and pro-segregatlonlst

)e _ _ Indianapolis clear 71 48 Bailey Thursday In an Interview regular Democratic party del.. . . . . . . . '. . . . . . . . . . .- .- .- ro- ro- ro- ro- ro- .- ro- ro- .- .-
Jacksonville cloudy 84 71 .07, was hailed by Joseph 1,.. gates from Mississippi.! The -

-SRIi Juneau rain 55 49 .01 Rauh Jr. as a skirmish line Freedom Democrats say the 45-Trailers For Rent

Kansas City rain 73 59 .21 i I victory for a predominant! Negro regulars rebuffed all efforts b)' PUBLIC NOTICIIN I Announcements

IeIt Los Angeles cloudy 80 67 group of delegates In what Negroes to take part In the selection Trailer. II o week. w,th TV.
PlAZA BEAUTY '110' week Sp'cet It a week
Louisville cloudy 73 56 could turn Into the hottest fight of convention delegates THE COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN Rock Crook Trl.n. Park
It of the convention. Bailey said he will recommend AND FOR 121 t Temiemi Trail .
81 i Ji
Memphis cloudy 67
Miami cloudy 89 81 Rauh, a Washington attorneyand to the national committee,. IN RE EsTATE OF

Milwaukee clear 67 47 delegate to the convention which meets Aug. 22 In Atlantic MARRY D..ed WATSON MC" fWEN 2-Bikes 48-Apt. For Rent

Mpls.- t.P., clear 69 43 Is seeking recognition for the City to make up the temporaryroll NOTICE TO CREPITORS\ SABLE SnORE! APTU. *
Mississippi Freedom Democrat. for the convention that ill All cradnort of ha ettala of T* and from SchOol will pay
New Orleans, cloudy 86 73 HARRY WATSON MC EWEN dacaatad for loaf ,n thort time Ml 7445)
New York clear 76 54 contested delegations be kept are hereby not II,... and raquired will ride two Honda 10 holly Read and Arece Ave
off the roll. to lilt any clams' or d.m.nds I lbs new. fully equipped -
,- I Okla. City cloudy 90 67 which they May inst arid four sOd tram |Inn SeeS APT FOR RENT
Omaha cloudy 66 55 .12 The regular Democrats, head. ttala in the 'I'n, ,, County 4JI Orchd Ml ] '2II. Conditioned furnlehed ofliciency .
ed by State Chairman Bldwell Ju.... of Collier County. Florida.lr In n Air beech end
'f PFRFECT BALANCE-Going along for the ride is a habit Philadelphia clear 75 50 FEC Strike Adam lila courthouee al tail Naplet. IM04 Apt neer month Mid
. Ii of butch the pooch and riding on a tire perched on top Phoenix, cloudy 95 71 .21 Ignored of the Gulfport, have largely from Florida the. within data ol an,"calendar.' trot public month. Boats-Motors, Acces. por wan I Uti "' "

' NI of a truck owned by Sam Davis, of Topeka. Kan.. seems Pittsburgh fog 63 45 .02 Insurgent group. ton' ol this notice. Each Burn,kKeiT lkedreom epertment .
T just as easy as riding in the cab for him. FUnd. Me, clear 69 47 But a Mississippi state Judge demand mutt fee 1 In ",,...t.Z' FIRST TIME OFFERED Huso Ion ream. kitchen .
Wednesday issued an Injunction mutt. iteto the place pr retidence e net bath Ml 2 5501 t/M,if
FUnd Ore., clear 71 50 In end pent oflico addrote ol lha claim. Rent 5rda I" II' Ct'sCnufn 'TbhllO4iS liirsilSed sricianc,
Rapid City clear 76 51 .03 Longest asked by the state barring ant and roust be swam to by trio ... 51ff N.. boils opt N. pats or Cll''*'.... 101.Pilt .
the Insurgents from using the claimant, hi. ...",. or hit' attorney. .n' pOin' n... ......,.11- or Mi I 5405 4/Kf
74 55
, Richmond cloudy .r It will, became void accord>n| Lite l'eI'. fith bom. lop *.,. vnnPvwRm4TAPT.
St. Louis cloudy 75 61 name Freedom Democratic par. 10 I..... .nd canva New com DROOW
e Salt Lk. City.dear 91 61 ty on grounds that one party In DATI: July tt IIM pot. ,,,. ent anchor and ny O"IIN ACAU.Ctl.sfilceic.s MSp '"
U.S. /tItaballe MtEwen Price (on lint Thu boat was locally
San Diego cloudy 73 64 HistoryMIAMI the state already was using the Enoeutnii of lha Ettata el owned. .It in beautilul condition ( Day Week, or
: San Fran. clear 61 54 name democratic. Harry Walton ). and it ....) lo 1101 Full Month. IRIS' MOTEL Ml"
o.c.. .. rd SIlOSSRUIOIt.aMlTH tllOf or Ml fills
Seattle cloudy 64 54 (AP) Today Is the Rash said Thursday the nil. July 14 Si. ...... I. 14. 1M4 *m CcfRlscRApl'Lii

I IIi Tampa cloudy 90 79 570th day of the Florida East Ing will not keep him from .- St 23157iti sin I b'm- sat apl.- 5100Furs. Iffci.n.

Washlngton.cloudy 76 60 Coast railway strike making it pressing the case before the NOTICE OF INTENTION TOREGISTER .'... TV Au Con 741 4th
FICTITIOUS NAME [I Sore Pail, WO Ave South. Ml 24/41 Ml
Winnipeg, cloudy 69 47 the longest In VJS. railroad his.convention credentials commit. The vndortifned dons hereby c.,. 'oil, equippe I ;"H'P Sail ? isiS or>/7l IfTradew
tee, of which he Is a member lily that we ara conducting an II 400 Ml I' IMI baton noon
tory.The Apartment rental butmett el 1471 s/u.1.5, ,nd Apartment.
unions say they will get and, if necessary on the con. Slue Point Ave I. Naplat. Florida, Lovely Apt I bedrm Fur
their Jobs back yet. Manage.ventlon floor under the flctitioua name of 0101 near beech a .II"y
Apart. mania and that said firm. itcompeted Business Oppi. or monthly t.>04I i/Mlf
U.S. Vets Mark ment says the strike Is finished. of the followina,, parsons
The question will probably be whole name. and placet' pan. EBB TIDE APTS.
de.cou are .. SolleosIsnl BUSINESS FOR IALEDallcatation : Weekly Monthly SeeconModern
settled one way or the other Richard Walker C. "'1\1. IUII7 W.b..II, 4 aourmal food turn..,.d afticiancia, *
20th PDayAnniversary sometime between now and 5rbeley 94. P'le.Dill. step. ,Nice man 4 wife opera bedroom iota,
I." 17 WiSest, lama ..... .
'\1.' tlon location 1 ( I"d. C, Naplai
next spring when the last of the
Corkiloy 24. EkCallanl Clianlala Good '.,m. 7/1 if
Railroad Retire men t Boarcfs Wins Promotion Oononip of OIOI 4,......_. It I III to r'(115 party Call Ml" P fins

checks ca'rl"0c"King or t loin I/I tt Houses For Rent
unemployment are IOH 49-

cashed. Delia L. King SOH ..
DRAGUICNANJ AP Intention to to the 13-Help Want. Female
France ( ) It I. our apply
1'11 hold out as long as I can Clerk of the Circuit Court In and duett houte lor rent I Bedroom .
U.S. veterans of World Warn :
eat," says L. B. Rogers one of for Collier County. Ffcride to rag Lady bolzeon n and U ".... completely furmthed cell
gather In' this south coast: later the ted name of GIG Apamano ol ate Shorthand, typing andhnowlariae Ml I I6A' ./* If
973 or so ofWrain workers who ,
under the prevalent ol Chapter
town today to mark the 20th ol generel book
''have been walking the picket 20191 Lies of Florida. Acts olIS4I work r.n' AI.A l .
anniversary of D-Day that won Will ,h.na mY'' homo wIll ."
| line and getting by on strike Wit"... fur ) this IJth day .1150? lady, for port'eu.' .... Call
less attention than
Normandybut penancef. teacher for let II, lisle
benefits of $280 or less a month. .1 .u. II

lives.cost dearly In American 1 I What will he do If the national 1 i''d' C.A.IUIIO\ IIIHQ .fmt trade. or Private 11110' school 1/11 Call tlSecretary He.bath;;.--Ion unlurnohed roes J bd'Vearly..... S

unions decide against picking up l'RT It I.... Available August It Call
U.S. Ambassador Charles E,' : MEDMAN Ml S 44?? i/lr1 If
the bill for maintaining the Headed for imnondial.' ..mplo1Roo' /'
Imperial. PrapertieaAug
Bohlen was to speak at the'I walkout. "That's the 64 dollar Asnt omenS (.1.,. .....on..I. Par Hens
memorial ceremony In Dragulg. II II. tl. I.t. .. 1144 ..n.'N 0 S.I..I' po.l'oa. ... nK..y.. Plow 4..p.. apIs S hr 2 balhae.ck
he cl., C.II Mr Mo"
.110 k.Sono
question says. "
....... .. "'!" where lie several mar? buck S csoten.
rII "" nan Cemetery 1 While the strikers whose ... THE CIACUIT COURT 0' THE tI.., MI" 251Sf s/S foal I for leachere Will furnithif
thousand Americans who wen 1 TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ''N deired Cell Mr" HoffmenMldwey .
DOGGONE DRIVER I erage age Is In the SOs, were wIll nil ....11 II' I Silk. l/ll 201
D.chiund. his head protruding killed In Southern Franc. AND COLLlf COUNTY. aoed .IIorlll.n' i
scraping by the FEC has re FLORIDA "penance
out window of a car stopped for a light In Indiana- Representatives of France mutl Salary open for interview Bedroom
,,> sumed freight service with less ''N CHANCJ"Y. write 5i IM? AM Col: "... we have another I
polls appears to b* driving. Hit matter wit at the wheel.PICKABACK Britain and Canada also were 1 than half Its work CASE: NO "ot liar County Newe. Naplet. fl.1 .. haute for rent Furnlahed,
prestrike OIO/ltOENI MAZO" \ City Water. T V. Cable. 7111
to pay tribute to the America I force. It claims to be moving PlaiNtiff. . _'/ tI14H.lp Pineland, H W Watkina Mlt '"
and French commandos whc I lie toot ./a H
more carloads than any time In CARL MAZCR.
landed at midnight Aug. 14, ..--" """' -....-' \"' Defendant Wanted Male
> Its history and Its last quarter -Wanted To Rent
1944, to kick off the Invasloi I RICHARD L. WALKER NOTICE TO DEFENDTO '

that led to the Rhone Vallej r ly report showed the highest net : CARL MAJOR AII"t "" .n.... wanted T'i"iShr.a .doo'n .,.......
operating Income in the past _. ADDRESS UNKNOWN lor ,'v.nClm.n'. m.
MILTON. Opportinty bunnsh.d. around 515 par
drive. five You are .11, nosilold th.t a Cnn' "o oenelile Apply .l Im. Would tip' Isasa. Plane S Ian

'Today's ceremony Is in ape,. "IiCa1IY. the strike ''is Richard U Walker, .aviation e ault aint for jrou divorce I is the nee Ciiputt been Court tiled of poreS Service Slat,on N. Trail 04450450. I/iZSt

clal tribute to the men of the I electronics technician (radio Collier County. ,...... m tll.....*n s/li 20Isp.
30th 45th and 3rd UA Division still on, says W. L. Thornton wherein GEORGENE': ""MAlone la. .,..".ad m." 'or ,..on'". f4-Tfade or Sell
1 and radio equipment) .
president of the FEC, "But for the Plaintiff and you era the pofendent to"nl of now..4 usid aulOmobil.
who spearheaded the southerr I all practical purposes as tar as second class USN, son of Mr. : and you oro required la ... Ar:ply Li. P.Sn', Woodchry.l.r Will sIll I bed room ,..,1., or5ada
Invasion. same a or Plymoupil Inc I/IJ Jt Ion .......11 furoilire Iifurnoll
we're concerned, It's over and and Mrs. Lyn A. Walter of plotdinf :"r..f.TIeu.I', Complaint J bedroom II..... Ml

I clal Heading the U.S. Army's Dill. the FEC has won the otrlk,." 649 10th St. N., Naples was for Divorce. ZEMEL upon* GOLDBERG Plaintiff, Attorney'a. PO. Motor srader operate. nIL ex: 'IH' 1111 Si

delegation was Gen. Lyman 1 "We have the most modern recently promoted to his pre Boa .... Fort bdy'scFIerlda. end oriented t 43/1. need apply l/tt
L. Lemnltzer commander tr I railroad In the south Thornton Me the orlinol Antwdr or Pleading way 57-Houtes For Sa''.
chief of the U.S. European Com.. sent rate, while serving as a In the office of the Clerk of the Retired or sanlirelned man
mand says. His 400 new employes member of Training SquadronSix Circuit Court .. Collier County' wanted for retail" painl. atora N.. lfaIr.mooS sims OIl loIIcn.
and also Supreme Allied I hired since the strike began .v. Florida, on or before Pus si >*. IIM aelea. full or pert lime work. I an Ave under constructionThe .
Commander In Europe. at Whiting Field Naval Auxiliary If you foil lo do ao b Decree Pro Ipcni.ncolPc050Sn y Send r.s.Sane only one unaold ol I/ new
Other notables erage about 25 years of age Air Station Milton Fla. ,Confeaaa will be taken afalnal you Ii Color Counl, N.... home. built on 515.. .,...1. IBdrme
Included Gen, and, Thornton says, "are doing for the relief demanded In the cam _.I1J1 Alt 1111 SI I Bath. Screen Porch,
(ret.) Jacob Dents who two' He Inspects and maintain plaIns Carport, Utii.ly. Air Conditioner '
a better job at less cost. These I DONE: end ORDERED In N....Iou. Ooen Sunday: CaribbeenI'M
decades ago commanded the 6th i I young fellows don't know how radio communication and navigation lor Id a. Shin, 21 day of July' 1161. 1 Investments Realty N Trail Ml'" 1 alii

Army Group, which grew out ol' not to work." equipment Including radio MARGARET T. SCoTT I/I F. of

the initial landing force, and I I The strike began Jan. 23, 111113 transmitters and receivers (UAL) CI.r.f CI"ul'' Court Good lira 00e

Adm. (ret.) Henry K. Hewitt' when 1,300 of U rain employes and radio and radar altimeters. .y, EOITH'TYOETTDeputy Clerk I % ...r'I"Mf MO 14 For 1.0w quick down solo paymentll

who commanded the naval after I p.... or on week endt Ill ,.. An., Sb.
walked off the Job. On train The squadron b a unit of the ZEMEL" 4 IsoLOilinoAtlornoyo SSt
forces In the landing. for Plamlilllilt slop by ony SimS.i'lllvAlL .
workers honored the picket Ute Naval Air BasicTralnlngCom- Broadway M

The three American divisions The only strike that lasted as mand with the mission oitnln- Fort Myora Florida' 21-Lost A Found Ali'
which landed on D.Day even. long was a walkout against the July 11 Am r. 14. II. IM4 .22i NO BROKERS
tually grew into the 7th Army ing U.S.and allied student Naval Lot Orson Parakeet. Talk Owner mutt tell three, bedroom
Toledo Peoria and Western.;
It NOTICE OP or. In ..' Neplet aree Telepunne t bilk home m THE MOORINGS
which Aviators In the of f.L1cfJ'A"
Is stationed In West Ger. techniques B it known -Net . :
ran 569 days, from Oct. 1, 1845 Ml t HIS 1/14 _7t Central: heal and air
many today. Members of precision Instrument and all- Secretary .. State of tho Stele of ,
the to April 22,1947.The tond I onir>| 'arpetinf Ihrouih
Florid. do hereby IIM' notice that
outfit furnished an weather 23-Miu. For Sale out son,p5 ? b.,roo.... Complete
Army band> FEC workers demanded flight. t GENERAL ELECTION will beheld ,
k"tce including ditpotaland
for today's ceremonies a 10.23 cent raise and other ben. A graduate of Naples High. In Collier nod tucceedlnt County! Florida' the .flrtlMondey onTueadey UroikfaoS 'abl. formica ..1,... d,."..."., Nice tcreened

The invasion of Southern cuts that other Class railroad. School, Walker entered the In November. A D IH4, i on 4 vmyl I unriolttered cheirt porch peved drivewey. odded
l Cull lewn Phone Ml 1 4104 alter
France She told the third Cool till Will take .It
.- I'+. didn't get Into full stride agreed to. service In September 1961. day ef November Tueedey, lo oemr fill the lollew.: 415 Orchid Drive. Ml. I Mil _ri wcs 5/15.0

until Aug. 13, 1944, but Prest. Ed Ball, who runs the FEC mi elf 1,0,1 -

dent Charles de Gaulle has through the Florida Dupont Es. Tinned Stele Senator 26-Personal NORTH Naples Small E:*.
PUBLIC NOTICI Reprentatlvo In Canerett forth
tale, 2ttory CBS S old
PET-J.neaiaa French poodle, has preempted Saturday for annl. tate, said he couldn't afford It. Silt Centrettlonal Olttrwl home end bedroom apt year. rantel
versary ceremonies of his own.tre..lne He started C"J (J) Juttice of'J"r.au"", .",. "LtOHOLlti AN'UMQUI NCI lawn end II..... 100
I learned to balance itself on the shoulder of Earl Andaraon the French running freight IN CIRCUIT COUST.TwILPTs Group I. 1 Mn or some" ..,'11 drnoing' Ii,.. Royal' Palm "roil Only
role in the trains less than two weeks later $ JUDICIAL CINCUIIcot.LltN Three (1) led a of tIe District problem Atl for help, Of caning down
when th.y go for a motorcycle rids at Salinas, Calif. landings and the Rhone Valley and has Increased COUNTY. eonS ef Appeal for lIme Second Ap Ml 14 141 V,a,tort cord.ally IWOO Conttct:
steadily his sTATE: OF FLORIDA pellet Dlatncl' Group A. C end EOn welcomed Meet.nft ,n > irtlit D. Polly Realty.
campaign. , traffic. Effort at federal media IN CHANCERY *.tlb 1' Jades, Tweftk 5apSst t"u'c" A..neaon 5,5 Brench OfficeNeplea
'Bohlen, Devers, Hewitt and lion have failed and the com No III! .Iu 1: : atin Ave every Tuet and PurlS

LBJ To Sign ing their annual salaries 35000. other American officials will pany has refused arbitration WAITER TRUSTM: 0 SOROKOTV' OovernerSecretory. of Itoto p,. ".sl5a,515PU 440 or 12144 avenintt

The next vice president and stay on for De Gaulle's ceremo. Plalntlfl ComptrallorCommlealoner. .

the speaker of the House will nl... They will honor the French ANTHONY lie.A ,RUSIO, FRANK TraeeurarAttorney' ef Afrlcultura, 33-Servlces Offered 58-loti For Sale

New Federal get $8,000 a year putting their regiment which went ashore O SVMD AND KALIOPY SVRDWALTER GeneralSuperlnlondant Quedcaro. lo elderly or inT*'..dm
HARRIS EOMONOI : ef Pphfis) InttrucFlorid my home on M/rtla Road in Rock Harbor! -
annual salaries at 43000. with the U.s. 45th Division 20 Florida Picks AND lit.i .. tin Carlo Park 1 milea north BEST BUY in hbohood
Nice no
Members of the House and Se. years ago.Ancient. ,N ,liUI.HIHLIVrf: : "y. Public' Utimipl Cammlt: of Eitero on U 41 O Perry Corner lot. City 75,185'water available| :
Pay Bill TodayWASHINGTON nate judges of the courts of JAMES K. Sit MOP AND a'onerSleta ,1.h'"*. ". c"lIr.' cIIII.-
ap. Extra Cash MAEAO SISHOP.' JAKE SOtKEIN Allorn y ef the TwaliUl" 'V .( |000 ContactAttociatot:
peal and federal district Up
judges AND MAOQlE: dwiel ,
(AP) Fed. will get $7,500-a.year ral.... THE HOLLY N'cM Public,, 'VI.Nt.r Twelfth JudicialCircuit SLIP COVERS Lucille' Ottt V....,I MircumBob
stat government people ranging That will give the appellate Redwood For Public Works 'corporation, a non profit Ono (l) Member" of Case House olReprotentative Tropicil 1,5 Ml 'till38Auto Ore ory S UploIsSor.Ill I If JeaterDEWEY

from mailmen and stenogra.phars judges annual salaries of$33,000and DafendonliNOTICE *. :

to Cabinet officers and the district judges and Wins Fight With WASHINGTON (AP)-Florida THE: ITATE: :OF OF'LO"'OA-TO SUIT' : County of JodeClerk the Circuit Court For Sale POLLY

of get members of picked an extra $1,050,000for Anthony A. Ruato at ale Sheriff
members Congress pay Congress $30,000.The up
Smoldering Fire You are ".,.11, notified that a To* A......'.
Increases under legislation smallest In size of the its public works projects In ,suit hat been filed ...,n" you Tea Collector. trantmiacion IIM Ford t Good Or tacond Automatic REALTY

President Johnson signs Into major raises goes to the Su. the HouseJSenate conference on Forecloat. "" 0'..... 5up, mIser of RetlalralloiiThree For IIM. See at River Park car
( ) . ,.. Methane of II' ... 4Ttmiaml
In the above entitled c. and you ()) 0 Corner of Ul Aol
law today. preme Court justices the appropriations bills Sen. : _. LII'ct. pt I or toll Ml'" t MU,
M,500a An ancient Redwood tree Ire hereby>> required lo serve ape.pleeffliffs ci County t.'I.. *. : tI Trail
The new scales cover 1.7 mil. year. The House had voted them named Moses has won its eight. Spessard Holland reported etlorneyt whose "..,.. andaddreaa I. I end I. Caslu"i1 Cop. 10"0 E". Ml 14)54bor
writtendefeneee. Two (}) Member" ef tIle Board
lion persons and add $558 mil. $7,500 but the Senate trimmed It day battle for life against a per. Thursday.The .appear if any horeon to Iho your kill of complaint of5nersaetien I Districts' I .,no. L. Selle Tr.nsmarion
lion to the annual federal civil. to $2,500 and a compromise was latent fire which smoldered conferees voted $14,150,. i in aaid wit copy of which I..4.. ,. Vale"Cheep'aV' .N V PanS. Walanfrent lot Royal Ns,.
la herewith, en or Three (I) Juetice of th* Peace, or See .t Saewell end 49- boo'......
Ian pay roll which now runs struck. deep within Us trunk. 000 for the Central and South ,before delivered 4 to A you D 144Herein Diatnct I, f end 4. Twit :e A....., Noo' N. louAft. I/MO lOW down ..., term*
about $15.5 billion. The new annual salaries for state divisionof Florida Flood Control District I .r.j. not or decree PVC confeeao Three ((3) ConMable. Oittrlttt, I. .' i 5/10 St on lot of SIlls type. Phono .altoday
Harry Harp a
1 4.Prmctleg. t* tee tIi. beautiful lot
covered the the $850,000 than the House will bo ontorod aiainet you torn Cern, Monia Sp darConvertible.
court more "
For most of those high will be$40,000for forestry dispatcher announ. ;:lor the relief prayed M lee: bill. of Attorney 4 Irentmiea .' ConteclAtaociatoa:
raises will show up on the next the chief justice and $39,500 for ced Thursday that the fire was originally provided. i iThe ,complaint. Two (II Member" Immobale Fire I, Ember Red epeed Black inter. :
Control District' Lucille Out Virail Mertuni"
pay check retroactive to July the associate justices.For out and that Mo.a seedling committee also decided I Foreclosure The nature of of MortfleaeWITNESS taid suit bains for Two (f) Member. 'Nor'" Naplet lor Call' Ml 1121' or cam by Sob Ja.s.rDEWEY
1. Members of Congress will the 1.1 million white col. before the birth of Christ on $850,000 for the Intracoastal my II.... and the ..., :.ire Control Dittrlct, Onlfwlt i fnylinvMl 411 til It to *2.100.
4 a.
if aaid" Court at H..,... Florida "
have to watt until next Jan. 1 to lar federal workers the average would probably live another 2,. waterway from the CaloosahaU tchee ,Ihia' 4 day of Auau.t A 0 IIMMAROARET Two (I) Monkarp" . ellt NupInd POLLY
get their $7,500.year In. Increase will be about 4.3 per 000 years. River to the Anclote River T SCOTT Fire Control O..c 151 Chryalor' For Sale Good
Clark, Circuit Court Is T..y WII...... I haveP.rosnte ranaportelMM $100 1174 Bread
creases. cent. A typical government sec. The fire was started by light $150,000 over the House figure, i I'SEAL: ) tt my fiend pnd She Qof ,.. >ve North 1/4 If11M REALTYc
The act provides raises rang. retary will get an annual boost fling which struck the tree Aug. and $550,000 for Pensaeola Har. |y EDITH: nOIfT10AOKOTY''l1) a.., elsa Slate of florid a. pi .
aaheeeee Capital. thaIhirlvfirat
the this
Ing from 2.7 per cent to 30 percent of about $310 a year. In the up. 4 and 6. K burned Into the trunk bor, $230,000 more than the IHou. Clerk TAYLOR. day of J..IIt D,, II'', Chevy 4 Or ltd Tranceod c,,".Taniansl, .f 1st Ave Trsd Se S

with the bigger boosts per middle bracket an employ. 20 feet from the top of the 250. ... j jThe Mtor er for. plaintiff' ell U TOM AOAMI ,">yi.tf 1 SeCond ear, Ml IMI hISS

going to the highest level offl.clals making $10,090 will go up by foot giant and tire fighters used Included I.Ink Central Florida Ayellplee Secretary of Slate

Including federal judges. $330 to$10,420.The helicopters to drop water and the same compromise amounts Mil for other ;Aug >: 14, tl. |l fJ4 Aug ?. |4. ,.. li IIM till1 CO-Autollep.I,. Parts 59-Acreage

The biggest raises 10000. average raise for the 590 .
chemicals on the blaze
construction projects called for NOTICE OF TAX DEED SURPLUSEs
a.year will go to the nine 000 posUl employee will be 5.. In the Senate and House bills. .I.I HEREBY GIVEN: the by authority of Sea IM II law* LOOK HEREI) 14 .c,TRAIL.. h'|h FRONTAGE 4 dry land 24iilee
members of .the Cabinet mak. per cent. For the 375,000 letter .f Florida foliowmt uncioimed tea Coed eurpiute held by the Clerk from courthouao MAR.
earners them that These areApalactdcota: .4 Circuit Court of Collier County' will lit paid to the record owner whet LOWE a SICK .U Itll Av,.
among will Frondizi Escapes '> 'r.oi' preeenfed br."ru : recorded deed on or before the 14th Wondering, where to to Stills, Ml I 2 ezol i 7/2tC
mean about $325 a year more. River channel September t* claim payment within eaid diMs

That's about $. a week. Injury In Raid Improvement, $100,000 Can. !.4. CeIIar....C..tII m sod. moose bone pad into ,II. General Revenue Fund With your tar ,robl.me''oc' SOMETHING ACREAGE DIFFERENT IN

"" PaiM JobsWoenks
1igA. veral Harbor $3,900D00ConSe.} T C.... Preenty Apprw4 Owoar Deed ..acardedI NOW I acre Iraoto located
On Dinner Party $4,000,000j I ReouiH lust one mile. from u.a. 41Drive .
Florida canal
of 1055 $55.$14.5114.NEa
: 1 TIIKOUMFront on lo Slit property with
I,.. 1.: 52 S iwl" S.' Wbller I
Identify Flying BUENOS AIRES J'pntlna..Miami harbor $1,076,000; Lake Rge ie 1[Top. I one al.."....... your own car and oooiawro rUtiainal
lias Arrived Worth Inlet to 8 0 5 t h Lake any Mhorl Only III
(AP) Former President Artu. II of loss tN".HW..HI16... MaSer" OverhaulTranantia down full prICe |;n. For
Object Over Town Frondizi escaped Injury Worth, $10,000; Palm Beach Hill lea IS Tp II William Slmeskli "f. D..... It *'an rebuiltLubrication further Information. contact.D .
In Naples ro harbor $1,300,000 port Em. 5 Pee II V.: pie' '81 T. Jonee totarprbooe. l*,
LOVELAND Colo. CAP) Thursday night In a daring raid ; 000 and ,51 of 1441 tees SI. 32 elk STra.f CrabFakels Mldwey I IMS. p O Boa I/I:
To police announced a solution to on a dinner party by gun.wleld. glades harbor, $1,254 (stale. AtSaotIe. Mtg.". C. 0" II pies UJ *
Stay Wee
reports of an unidentified flying Ing youths who wounded four Tampa harbor, $150,000. t 44 of iou L. 1 SIb 1 45 UsC 4. 66-ln.ur.nc.
N..... Park. Harold A. Kaapp OA 21 pest 48iSeofleot Don | took any further
object with flashing lights over persons. The conferees approved $200. LwI5lkSeUe4i. See .Mivo .w"t:

Loveland Thursday night. Among the Injured was Fron. 000 for planning the Four River Clapl.s ...._. 5.ioasdre V.II.1oHa O/lt 11 pase .U 'ngram Chevrolet Inc '7::n. Au'" -HE1IiP _... 1
"lytyfc :
tylr t tfmntUE Pranksters had launched a dizl's brother More than 600 Basins Hood control project and MARGARET T scott 'JAEGER

SCStVIEt railroad flare with a half-dozen guests were present when the 10 also funds tor a number of sur. Clerk CWaal C..."' ".div'SCeilen p9nldaam. IM MM (4.. N Ml t IIMNeotco. 121 Mh A.INSURANCE... North

gas.filled balloons, officers said. assailants crashed the affair. fig 54. .114 flu P... MI t /MI t/ii."etDog's

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10 CULLIt-K UH N''Y,' NEWS Friday August II, IH'

Sentence 4 Greek Blockade
:I j., 'U' .rl'f' Claim

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!. Maddox Closes Up Cafe For TryingTo ( I Starving Turk CypriotsNICOSIA

i Rather Than Inteqrate Blast Cyprus (AP) -.government of Greece rejecteda

Turkish Cypriot leader Dr. Faz. Turkish appeal for direct
I 11 Kuchuk said today it Is "onlya tal'.s. Premier George
I ATLANTA, ca. (on) Restaurant He didn't explain what hi,, MIAMI (AP)-Four I, matter of days" before his c!? loss said the problem Papan.should
owner Lester Maddox meant But after the two Ne.' today to people will be without bread as 1 taken to the U.N. General
15 .
pledged to continue is court groes appeared and then( wreck years Florida for ,.,' a result of a Greek Cypriot A eembly if peace efforts underway
fight against the Civil Rights were escorted away by police,, a "', blockade at Geneva fail
Act after lie closed th>' doors of but not arrested he slammedthe I Railway train. He called upon the Turkish Turkish Premier Ismet Inonu
his segregated eating,. place door shut and told the The four, all cot
government In sent
l Ankara to take a message to Papan.
rather than admit Net I oes, crowd "My president, my Con.i striking rail unions, a immediate political step 'v Ureous urging that negotiations
"Pd be a fool U I fi''t take It gress and the Communists have cused of trying to bring pressure on President! begin as soon as possible.
to the VJS Supreme I .urt," he closed my business and ended a freight train with Archbishop Makarlos the Greek In a
Vero Beach Thursday to
last March.John
childhood dream
about 80 spertai rs and Cypriot leader to raise the Soviet Premier
W. Davis 28 ,
Z newsmen gathered "u r' ide the "I don't know what I am blockade. onu asked the
Pickrlck Thursday ::;"Ol@' em. going to do. They gave me a ci. was sentenced to 15 He told reporters bakeries use his (Influence Soviet to leader to
; ployes were cleaning after tatlon for contempt of court. I his conviction on a I guide the
\i w will be forced to shut down in Cyprus government
counts of the federal into a
1 lunch Inside. might get a rest in the penlten.
two days due to lack of kern.sene course
With Joseph Leo Vedder, 33 !+ tl "legal, humaneand
tears streamdownhis
o i for ovens in the Turkish peaceful''
:, cheeks, Maddox san", he was This seemed unlikely Civil got 10 years for the quarter.

confident thai "with t11, help of contempt proceedings, unlike vie-tlon. "Thirtjrfive thousand
almighty God and fr people criminal contempt, are normal John Katslkos, 40, of will start to go hungry. We people are
everywhere the till say ly aimed only at gaining com. convicted on only
t court bread eaters. Bread is neces. Senate Would
to with a court order. was sentenced to five
violated pllance
Congress you have sary to us," he added. "We do
the Constitution" But the crowd cheered. Mad. prlsonment, but under not have
dox closed the Bible he'd been sentence provision of communications every.
"They have killed ct bust where and I
am certain there
ness and helped kill the Amerl. reading from during portionsthe of utes will serve only
villages even now with ab. Ban More
In Aid
can free enterprise sysi >," he talk and the people drifted Jail. ...... _.' solutely nothing
sobbed. away. The balance of his
\ be suspended and he "Turkey must find the politi.
The scene took place Portly probation for 54 The Dimih .qll..rooer Denmark a throwback to the cal means to raise the blockadeI

'. after two Atlanta Ne ru lit u. condition that he power, move by the Amtncan atomic-powered merchant am not asking for any at. To IndonesiaWASHINGTON
dents, Calvin Jones at'I! Gary Loses Control Of .. tack.
while both off .
neither union nor wen Newport RI. 'in Narraganittt Bay',
Robinson, sought service. Mad. ___
He said he had communicatedthe
dox met them at the door of the Car, Crashes Into ties.The situation fully to the Turk. lAP) The

I Pkckrlck.He called them Communists, Parked Vehicle Wlnn, 63 fourth, Miami, Bobby CertainOf Ish reply government and awaited a'aid'Senate bill has a ban tat ked on am to the aid foreign to In.

the* shouted, "You've stolen As Doris Ann Kohlhelp was same sentence a s Kuchuk I dcmesla.
charged Makarlos
my business. Get out of my 'I driving the car of her employer, lie, too, was found Votes To Gel t "had attempted to subdue us Then, after adding! another

door. You've Just put 66 peopleout I Mrs. Richard B. Tucker, 960 only one count of Minus with force and failed. lie Is now ;'amendment also tiix| >Md by the
of work." I Spy! Glass Lane, In the 200 blockof ment, attempting to trying other means" idntinistiation authority to

Of the 66 employes at the$300,. I Fifth Avenue, South, Thursday train. NY Senate BidNEW He: said he could not predict I ise U.S. foreign currencies In

000 restaurant, 44 are Negroes, I morning, she lost control of the YORK (AP) Atty what his followers might do If ,:Poland to rejuli a cemetery In
he said. All will be taken care of 'car and crashed Into a parkedcar Manager Gen Robert F. Kennedy ape, the blockade continued. Warsaw It settled clown
as long as "there Is s dime In'' belonging to Stone and Webster U.S. Begins paeenlly has a sure majority ol f Kuchuk is spokesman for.rimiscln to what may tie 4 IfI'o|
the checkbook." he declared.A pushing it into another park the delegates to the Democratic about 100,000 Turk Cypriots I 1'.11'11'11 debate over 11'/lsl.llIvl'
three-Judge federal court ed i I car belonging to George Wallof Phase Of Case lunchroom, hey do not state convention to win the nom., about one.flfth of the Island's ''e"I'llOl't| tummeiit.
Issued a ruling July 22 directing I Naples. Against a high school diploma or the inatlon for UjS. senator population.The Until the HI'rap over (lie puie-
Maddox to comply with the pub. Damage to the Tucker car was valent." cease-fire brought about I ly) domestic Issue Is settled the
lie accommodations section of >I estimated at $250, to the Stone TAMPA (AP) The Little explained that the Counties regarded In his corn. by the United Nations Security !foreign aid author I/at: ion will
the civil rights law. The court ,and Webster car at $100 and at ment will begin the room manager must have er, or leaning toward him Council still is observed 'have to wait And unless it Is
c being
set Tuesday, Aug. 11, as the |:i 50 to Wall's. Sgt. Jack Bliss of Its case against Al training In order to meet have more than 700 delegates t by Greek and Turkish Cypriots !settled quickly, plans to wind upon ;
date for compliance. i made the investigation for the Monday when trial of of the Southern As. the convention here Sept. 1. This l: and
today, a U.N spokesman
Maddox posted a sign on the |police department. No ar. water businessman of Colleges and Schools tally, however, does not mean said no violence had been reported week moll go up In smoke
front door of his restaurant I rests were maJe.Bryant : tax evasion charges the State Lunch Department. that, support in all these coun. Tie Inflexible ,prohibition
on the Island for the
in which he said In there four ties would be solid. asststjii'v' .
Thursday U. S. District Court. year were third straight day.Nevertheless igalnst any to In.lonesla
part that, "the first Communist. Due Back Judge George C workers assisting There will be 1,144 delegate the U.N. com. | and I suspension of theraining ,
Inspired racial agitators to en. the jury the day off t Townsend in the lunchroom. votes and 573 will be needed for mander on the Island says the of [Indonesian military
tar this entrance and demand From World's Fair allow attorneys time to some lady In the community nomination. halt In hostilities "Is only a ind police )jeisoiinel at Ametl.
service will put us out of bus. for testimony by like to assist Mrs. Little can bases was offered by
mess," TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov.Farrls agents on the complex / that her large brood Is Kennedy has not announcedfor breather" and Secretary Gen.oral Sera> John G. Tower" R.Tex.
U Thant asked for more'sotdlers
I Bryant was scheduled to transactions of the fed at noon during the the nomination, and has said lie was lurked bv Ids leader,
return to Tallahassee today aft. Road Board member school term, she pleads he would not consider running force. to bolster his peace ',I Sen.> Everett M. Dlikseu of III I.
er a week long visit to the New without "express approval" by
assistance. Her tele. IVls'hu Indonesian
The government your Thant's request came amid' quoted
Biloxi SchoolDesegregation York World's Fair pro earned $313,000 number at the school Is New Ycrk Mayor Robert F.Wagnet. signs that relations between 'President Sukarno as having

A spokesman in Bryant's of. years 1958 through -' 8. '. Greece and Turkey were won.sentug laid "the United States tan goo
ice said the governor wouldbe during which he 't: hell with its aid.'
at his desk Saturday morn. : 1 amendment
Tower said his
road board-but I The secretary,general met at
Ing. Bryant has scheduled a $22,000 in Income. He I his York 1 was precipitated hy Indonesia's
New headquarters
Goes Quietly press conference for Monday aft. with failure to pay $ i Thursday with delegates of the ;I l'ec'ent ogiiition of Comnnin.1st .

ernoon. Income taxes. Europe.'t'.L I NOON $ STOCKSNEW I nine nations that contributed to :I North Viet Nan.. The Senate
The was In New
BILOXI, Miss. (AP) Three York to governor help celebrate Florida the 6,200-member Cyprus fun'e. 'rave him a 62.28 vlctoiv.
Negro children entered BUoX!'. 'How many soldiers Tlunt The cemetery amendment
Lopez Elementary School todayto Week at the fair. He took part r not known. was ollered by Sen Thorn J.
News YORK AP)- Stocks at requested was
in special ceremonies at the Flora ( noont;,
Dcicld I D-Conn. and
become the first of their race New contingents presumably OI'I'osell'| |
to register at a previously all. Ida Pavilion Monday to Inaugu. I Chal 20% Ford 52>/iFrmst Penney 57 would be deployed between. 1 both I by 1 Dlrksen and the nianat
rate Florida '
white public school Mlsslsslp.pi. Day. County 67% Da 12'/4 Pa RR 36 Greek and Turkish Cypriots fac. ':Fr of the $3.3.blllloii aid bill,
Frept Sul 36% )ell. J. W. rulbright, U-Ark.
Air 4 5'/i Pep Cola 56 /4 Ing each other In villages on the
This Deep South state was the Paratroopers Can 44 Vi Frueh Tr 33'/4' Phil Mor 76'% critical northwest coast Doclil said "tens of thousands
last In the nation to maintain a 40 CHANCERY Cyan 63'/ Gen Dyn 30% Phlll Pet 54% Greek Cypriot government Theo Is 'I f Polish resistance fighters"
completely Bessie Mae Winslow Gen El 82 segregated public
With Mot 16Vt RCA 31% seeking a force limited 7,000 :
Copters bert Winslow . Gen Fds 80'4Oen
school system below the coUe.yst.m. & 70'/, Rep SU 45% '1944. The Senate supported hint-
Vera J. Cheney vs Mills 42y The 51 to 37
i despite ulbrlcht's "on.
Tob 33 new crisis
Reach CongoLEOPOLDVILLE /. Revlon 34 on Cyprus was ;
The neatly dressed Negro chi!. ey ... divorce. Cp 17% Gen Mtrs 14 Rey Tab 42% touched off a week ago in the testis that the United States
dren, two boys and a girl, were the Congo Walter G. Sorokoty, 471,j Goodrich 55 StRegP 30% Mansoura.Kokklna area after 'can hardly! maintain cemeteries
accompanied Into the red brick (AP)-Forty U.S. paratrooperssent Anthony A. Russo; Frank 48'/i' Goodyr 43 Seaboard 52% Greek Cypriots attacked<< Turk. I i In all nations in which Congress
building on busy Howard Streetby here with four transport et ux; Walter H. 33'i' Greyhnd 25% Sears 121% Ish Cypriot strongholds and Tur.I'I members' 'onstituents havelerbonal

a halMoren Negro adults. planes being supplied to the re. uXI| Llnnle B. Rlttenberg Stl 37'/4' Gulf Oil 57'/4' Sinclair 46% key fltruck from the air I In re. '[ ties or Interests.Of .
There were no Incidents as po. bellion-plagued central Congo Bishop, et uxj; Jack 54% Hon 129% Socony 81 tallation.
lice ux; and Holly Terrace Int Harv 80 -
and FBI arrived
agents maintained government only a short 13%
74'/ SperryR The Security Council inter
soclation... foreclosure. Int Nick 79%
a close watch on the lOelemen. time before a report that Mulele '7'73'sSIO
83,4 Int 331 vened and recommended a halt
Charles Oliver Wills Pap ,.
tary schools here rebels were on the warpath today '
Leonita Tr 33'/' NJ 86 / to all military nights. A shaky NewJeep
BUoxl Is admitting Negroes to In the western Congo. Wills ... adopt Jones&L 801/4 Studebak 7
the first grade under a federal Messages reaching Leopold 0 Clarence W.Sturges j1188e 693/ Kale Al 35 Swift 53 cease-fire has been In effect
H. Debusman... suit for 53V4 Ken'cott 85% since Tuesday,
court order directing It to de.segregate vole said 2,000 warriors of reb. Texaco 80%
Ing. Col 137 Loch'd 35% Li. Gen K. S. Thlmayya, In
one grade a year. el leader Pierre Mulele were Thlokol 13%
Ed 54 dlan commander of the
Clifford Anderson vs Lorlllard 44% peaceforte
Except for policemen and concentrated about 20 miles
Edls 88'/ UCarb 120 said after an lnsi Anderson ,
... divorce. Mag'vox 30V4
some husky male teachers In south of Klkwlt, capital of Kwi. Unit Alrc 49%
Can Sl'/i MM&M 59 the Kokklna area that the lull
the doorways, the bacMoschool lu province 250 miles east of Un Fruit 21'%
MARRIAGES Che 69Vi "Is only a breather.; Thlm.
Mohasco 13%
move seemed normal In this Leopoldville They had been In.
US Steel 5'7'1.
Licences Issued 2621/4> ayya's visit was In line with
Gulf Mons'to 781 Vi
Coast resort city active for several months.Mulele .
UnlY Mat 131%
Larry Forrest Wicks 29'4' Mont Wd 38% U.N. efforts to strengthen Its r
Uniformed 33 .
police and Peking trained
plain. ,
El 36%
1 bar Leah Westg
clothes Bremerman 130 Nat Dalr 84 buffer force between the war
detectives kept former Congolese education
news.men Winn Dlx 35%
40% ring factions.On twiri
Nat Dlst 28% citvM *
away from the schools. minister, began the serlec of re. Woolwth 28%
Only parents and guardianswere belllons which have been sweep COMMON LAW PIlL 804 N. Am Av49% the diplomatic front, the

allowed Inside the school ing the Congo James A. Mallory I
grounds Reports Thursday Indicated a Tory I Construction Co..' I

No crowds were seen congregating general withdrawal of rebels In 3rogden.) .. breach of
in the the eastern sections but Basil W. House vs
vicinity of the today
schools. Skies were overcast a message from Bukavu, capl.\ lnson ... auto negligence.TOP Your New "Gulf Coast"TELEPHONE
and showers threatened.The tal of the province of Central

same court order which lOw, said rebels were only 12
has opened the first grade to miles from the city and that

Negroes here also Instructed the there was panic.Cubans ( DIRECTORYIs

school systems of Jackson and I tt .
rural Leake County to Integrate
Jackson is the capital and the I To Buy

state's largest city, while Leake
County Is the birthplace of former I 2,000 Trucks iy Now Being Delivered

led Mississippi's Gov. Ross R. unsuccessful Barnett, who[ From Russians ,

struggle to preserve segregation MIAMI (AP) Cuba hasago I
at Oxford two years i signed an agreement with Rus. e'a'
when James Meredith enrolledat I sU for the purchase of 2,000 A
the University of Mississippi trucks to be used In harvest ofi TAKE

Actual classroom work begins i sugar cane, Havana Radio said
Aug. 31. today,
Desegregation under the court t t The t trucks will cost Cuba 11
order will reach the second I million pesos and are scheduled

grade next year and continue i, for delivery late this year, said
upward on a grade-a-ayear basis. >, a broadcast heard here The
peso Is pegged In Cuba as equal
1 r to the U.S. dollar r



Barbs At Barry, I ___ v_ ....._ .

'Red' ChineseNEW I E U T Y i iao

Tioptl, 20-ytarold( e
YORK (AP)-Adlai E, brunettt model from ,
eJ Stevenson has attacked "ex.
the new Mm Uniy r"
tremes In International politics" the first Mm, .,. i
In reference to the Chinese
chosen from southern
Communists and OGJNTY
apparently to
Don't B* A Litterbug
Sen. Barry Goldwattr. mewealNrr
We mutt be-traiy with The ambassador to the United You'll find your new telephone directory attractive
the heat, the way we've Nations did not mention the Re. and designed to b* more helpful to you. Alphabeticaland

dashed prices on our cars. publican presidential nomineeby MODEL HOMES yellow page lilting for your Immediate area are
name but left little doubt as In the front portion of the directory and less frequently
Be smart take advent. to his target In Addressing the 2 used linings for adjacent areas are In the back. '
age of our craziness and American bar Association FOR SALE! Tremendous growth has caused many additions and
buy NOW. Up to $714 Thursday night changes In listings, so w* suggest you check the directory .

months to pay, We'll dealt! He said each of the extremes before dialing from memory L

demanded more aggressive tac. $300 DOWN, $85 per month, PAYS ALL! Your Partner in Progress,

Collier County tics to win a world victory over 3 bedrooms, I lvj' baths, CBS On North AI. .
the other.
Hitting! at extremes both in hambra Circle TWIN LAKES North Naples, Dlollolle '
Motors Inc. China and at home, he said, ,, /
"The two ends of the political OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAYI! INTER COUNTY Telephone System pel"lJt Qua4 3.l
10 Tamlaml Trail N. spectrum often vibrate In har.

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