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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Code In New At Dress NJH : We're In Outer The orBy



rs THE ASSOCIATED PRESS:

SEOUL South Korea (AP)-
A "dress code" for the Naples ,
ltr An opposition politician filed a
Junior High School a much dis. criminal suit today against Pres.Ident .

cussed subject by parents, : Chung II.. Park and his

teachers, school administratorsand Space By Gemini right-hand: / man, Kim Chong.pll,
the County has Board of Public 14 accusing them of collaborating

Instruction, been releasedby 0 with an enemy stale
James ,
Dlffenbaugh, principal Kim Choon.yun a national as.
of the Third Avenue
school. -
semblyman from the Liberal

The dress code fallows action CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (APIAn )I I The launching was tne urst of''weight and exterior features Democratic party accused the

by the board of education anda unmanned Project Gemini two unmanned missions planned .., the one tried out today two of receiving more than $130

memorandum from County capsule rocketed Into orbit to. to perfect the rocket and I The 90Joot.tall Titan 2, mak. million from Japan. charge

Superintendent W, D. Reynolds. \ day scoring a resounding sue. spacecraft for a three-orbit ing its first start as a space he has made before-.nd with
eFl S cess for the United States on flight by two astronauts lale booster, burst away from Us making "humiliating conces
The. board award of problems of the opening shot of Its second this year They will ride togeth.,, launching pad at 11 a.m, (EST) slons" in the Tokyo talks to nor
dress In the schools went on 1 In and climbed skyward on the malice relations
man-in.space program. er in a capsule duplicating i between Japanand
record at the March 2 meeting The flight marked a major 430,000 pounds of thrust gener South Korea.

favoring a dress code. Part of milestone In the program and ated by its first stage engine. The talks were suspended on

the board statement of that date bolstered hopes that the first The rocket's assignment was Monday because of South Korean .

follows: team of two Gemini astronauts Unions See to hurl the spacecraft Into an student demonstrations

". .w, appeal to the co. will ride side by side Into orbit orbit ranging. from 99 to 181 against them last week.
operative good judgment of late this year.A miles high at a speed of 17,400

parents teacher and pupils and STAR SPELLER David Miller happily accepts glades last night. He defeated 11 second more sophisticated Of miles an hour LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo

strongly urge that all persons $25 savings bond from L. E. other youngsters who had won top unmanned shot scheduled in Tie-Up After 2'/i' minutes of flight (AP) -Starving men, women
Involved In the public school system the summer will be a determin. the second stage flashed to U/e. and children are fleeing etrlfe.torn .
dress and conduct them. Predmore, master of ceremonies, after honors In spelldowns at the respective log factor In reaching that goal. and propelled the speed to about Portuguese Angola by the

selves with modesty, dignity and the Lake Park sixth grader won the elementary schools. (NEWS photo) The nation's 29 astronauts and U.S. Rails 17,400 miles an hour. thousands says' a Baptist mis
decency. We will wholeheartedly many key space officials observed Six minutes alter launching, slonary. Many are trekking
support principals and teachers Collier County Spelling Bee at Ever. today's critical firing. project operation director Wal. hundreds of miles to reach the

Implementing a reasonable code A powerful Titan n rocket WASHINGTON AP ThenaUln' ter Williams announced, "we Congo
which, until today was fired ( ) have The Rev. David Grenfell who
regulating appropriate dress and railroads said todaythey an orbit It's a beautl"
correct 'conduct conducive: tothe Lake Park Student only in military weapons tests, will Into effect Friday The National Aeronautics and came here to appeal for emer.
put
best learning environment." provided the thrust to hurl the work rules that are the renter Space Administration said the geney food supplies| said It was
further two>seat spacecraft Into orbit.It orbit ranged from 100 to 190 the biggest exodus since the nationalist .
the board; providing of a live.year controveray. This
blasted away from its miles, very close to the 99 to revolt against Portuguese .
with the Issue Instructed nation.
prln. Is expected to trigger a
launching pad after a perfect 183 miles that had been caught rule erupted In March of
cipals of schools to draw a code Top County SpellerBY wide rail strike.
countdown, at II am. EST on Engineers began immediate 1931.
and promised support In enforc. The announcement by J. E.
the 430.00o.pound. of thrust evaluation of data to
gen determine
log a reasonable code.A Wolfe, chairman of the Nation
rated by Its flrst-stage engine, al whether any changes will be re. MOSCOW (AP}-Soviet acton
memo from Reynolds sent out DAVID LYON didn't spot the discrepancy at three contestants were ruled and pitched over gradually on said Railway action Labor Conference In quired as a result of pressures list Oleg Gasenko said today It

March S read in part("Principals David blondhairedsixth that time and the contest continued out when they added the past a southeast heading. a the strike begun was early responseto today exerted on the spacecraft and is hard to predict when the

and teachers are to set up poll. Miller a tense to verbs. Another was Its hypergollc fuels emitted a tour rocket during the powered first man will land on the moon.
by operating unions against
del of dress for their Individual grader from Lake Park Kenneth Whidden of Immo sidelined for rose.colored glow of hot gases, phase of IIIltht.Turkish "American, .scientists" he.
spelling "Plrrots" the Illinois
schools to become effective Elementary School,won the fifth kalee struck out on the Instead of the tall of bright Central Railroad. said, "believe this will occur by
very Instead of
"parents. Ills statement saldt
at the beginning of the 1964. annual Collier County Spell flame characteristic of most 197 a It Is difficult as yet to
next word, the "o" unions'
leaving Champions of the six schools "The operating assault
65 school rockets talk about definite time
year. log Bee while 100 any
persons "
out of "violet. That madeIt each were presented certi on the public, launched, TroopsOn limits. We can only say that
watched
list night at Ever
without In the dark of
battle betweenthe
a warning
two-way David Mil-
ficates. They were flight to the moon Is not a
SENIOR HIGH NEXT glades. The NEWS sponsorsthe Millers David and Ross. ler of Lake Park, Ross Miller AF ExplanationOf night against the Illinois Centraland dream or a fantasy but a con.
Dlffenbaugh is"the first to release
spell-down each Its customers Is of
typical
year. Each spelled nine words correctly of Shadowlawn Kenneth Whid- Cyprus Defy crete task of our epoch."
code. Naples Senior Down
a High Shooting
The affair was marked by before Ross left the the unions' continued Irrespon.
second den of Deborah
Principal Wallace Woodruff said Immokalee
one for his school very similar conferences Irregularities among and the numerous Judges "c" out ofa nconscfous." Williams of Tommie ea leld. Plane Too Vague put Utility*. As in neither the featherbedding the public nor Ouster AttemptNICOSIA called TOKYO (AP) Red China
David Miller had better luck on the three quarreling
to the Junior School code of and
High Pat Davis
Everglades,
WASHINGTON AP the Industry can tolerate this
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but It all ended up that ( Rep. factions In Laos ,
every with today to unite
will be released later. contestant except the champion "unconscious; and con- Clarice Porter of St. Ann'.. Clark UacGregor says after guerrilla warfare, the railroads Cyprus (AP-The behind their neutralist premier

The Junior High School code misspelled a word. ftrned his victory by"correctly Rev. Eric Weldon of the Everglades talking with the pilot of the U.s. plan to post their revised rules, Tuiklah! troop commander on Prince Souvanna Phouma
spelling "vacuum. plane shot down over East Germany as affirmed by the U.S. Su. defied
has the unanimous approval of Runnerup was Ross Miller, Cyprus today ouster at. A Joint communique issued at
Baptist Chapel
the 1II4Ult)'.DUtenbaugh said,plus, 'of pro-' last month he is not satis preme Court at 12.01 a.m. Friday tempts by Greek Cypriot President -the conclusion of Souvanna's
unanimous Shadowlwn. Third place NOT HER FAULT nounced the words for the con- rled with the Air Force April 10." Makarlos
approval of a committee explanation and vowed his Till to poking said the two
of 21 parents represent went to Patricia Davis of Everglades An the prizes, except David instants Judges were Mrs. of how It happened. 850 soldiers will remain unless parties agreed that the correct

ing various subdivisions where and Kenneth Whidden of Miller's $25 savings bond, had Harry Nell Swain of Ever- The Minnesota Republicansaid ordered home by the Turkish way to bring peace, independence .

junior high students live. Immokalee was fourth. A total< been handed out, when several glades. Mrs. Edith Oakes oflmmokalee ha was particularly ques. Newspaper Racks government and neutrality to the king

"Shorts" are taboo In the new of 12 spellers competed, the persons from Everglades ask Ms. Ruth Rimesof Cloning whether a navigational Hit By ThievesPetty "We are on duty In Cyprus," dom Is to apply the 1962 Geneva
code. winner and runnenip from ed that Pat Davis be given ano Tommie ea leld. Mrs. error was really the cause for said Col. Hassan Saglam whose accords

each of six elementary schools. ther chance. It wasn't herfault Roland Fennimore of Shadow- the twln-englne jet flight over thieves hit two news garrison Is Isolated 01a wedge In effect this was a public

The code Is as follows) It took 230 words to decide that she lawn Mrs. Charles Willis of Communist territory. paper racks again Tuesday night. of land north of Nicosia, "and I call on the pro Communist
spelled "accom
L Since the appropriate dresson the winner and at the end modate" Lake park and Earl Frye of Asked In an Interview Tuesday According to police reports, a U our government gives an Pathet Lao group headed by
the part of the pupil Is con. the were tackling right, they said. St. Ann's. whether he was suggestingthe rack belonging to the Fort Myers order to us we will move. But Souvanna j Phouma's half-broth

sldered an Important phase of the elgh youngsters the After a conference, the Judges crew was ordered to fly News Press was stolen during we are staying here now," ,j ir, Prince Souphanouvong, to
school program, pupils d Naples as go- said It would be fair to David Miller's victory marked there, MacGregor replied, "I I the night from In front of Saro's jI I crop its' opposition, ana work

Junior High are encouraged to '.Ing got progressively tougher have the contest resume from the second straight time that think the question ought to be Restaurant, 602 Fifth Avenue, Soviets'' Charge with the premier
As It worked first and "
give attention to their ape out. second the point at which Pat Davis the county spelling bee has been asked. South. At the fishing pier the

pearance.n. places were determined was ruled out. So she and Ken won by a Lake Park pupil. The United States has denied I thieves left the rack belonging ]Border I Violations COLOMBO Ceylon (AP-
before third and fourth places Whidden were brought back up a Soviet charge that the plane I to the St. Petersburg limes, The CARE organization signedan
Girls to Cynthia Carpenter won last
wear
required
are
dresses or skirts and blouses were decided. on stage and took their places was spying on East German 1 but removed the coin box and Against Red China agreement today to supply
along with the Miller boys. year territory i I It the coins from the rack Ceylon $5 million worth of flour
shirt-tails tucked In, properly
Soviet
MOSCOW (AP-The
OOPS -- and milk In the next 12 months
fitted and of accepted length. The Immokalee boy went out
Hair must be neatly combed" or Things started to get confusing when he spelled "yoke" for "! Union accused Red China today the for free distribution to schoolchildren
1 erf systematically violating
brushed. Inappropriate makeupor when, with four contestants "yolk" and Pat Davis then t : f&ryflW / ; Soviet-Chinese border. and medical cases.

hairdos are not acceptable. remaining, Pat Davis of
spelled"accommodate" was sidelined when her ver- ; A statement Issued by the PHNOM PENH, CambodiaAP

in. Boys are required to wear Everglades but toldto sion of efficient" came out .l government news agency Tass ( ) Cambodia charged to.
correctly, was
slacks which have appropriate "efficient." That left the two said: day that about 60 Vietnamese
fit, shirts with shirttails tuckedin step down because herspeU Miller boys who had finished "The Chinese side has for troops violated Cambodian ter.

(knit waistband excepted).Blue ing didn't agree with that first and second already, so III > some time continuously and rltory In Kampot Province Sun.

jeans are acceptable If they are (only one "m") on the the contest ended at that point. systematically been violatingthe day night and fired on a vil.
neat, clean and properly fitted. word check-list. The judges Earlier In the bee : J ovlet.Chlnese border often lags
spelling ,
A belt must be worn If trousers ft// '.1 In a crude and provocatory
of "
111I. me&i form.
have belt loops.Horseshoe cleatson
shoes are prohibited. Haircut i.v Q....101. '' The Russians thus once more CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP)
shall be the standard man's hair Appeals Board Wants ... 'J, brought into the open one of A Minuteman Intercontlnen.

cut or flat top. .i. ., \ '::1 the great Soviet-Chinese prob.Ums til-range missile registered Its
7'l :, the long border from 11th straight test-fllght suttees
IV. Any student wearing apps j, :I .. .. ; .... ; central Asia to Korea. Some Tuesday night streaking 9,000
rel that Is too reveallngorother. .. portions of the border were
More Data In FutureThe r :, miles from Cape Kennedy to a
wise Inappropriate will be sent )l .. >t; J". :.. : ._ : fixed after czarlst conquestsand target in the South Atlantic
home. never accepted 'by the Oc.an.
Zoning Board of Appeals In some cases, persons have Chinese. The Air Force reported the

considered two Items on filed appeals with the ZBAwkh J. The Tau statement declared silo-launched weapon performed

New York City the agenda in routine fashion out filing plans drawings with t that the border was created flawlessly

Tuesday, and spent quite a bit Building Official Bert Pink-ton. "historically." Out Tau said

of time discussing matters that Pinkston has given Informal negative certain, unspecified adjust. WASHINGTON
Bids Farewell were not on the agenda. rulings on hypothetical ments could be discussed. (AP) Im.

1. Utters before portant civil rights bill test
brought situations posed by citizens,
MacArthur the board In the future win who then have appealed these votes appeared today to be
1 i Harriman MadeResponsible within reach at last, as the
have to be accompanied
by casual
to 7BAr
rulings
marathon Senate debate en.
NEW YORK CAP) Silent |plot plans or drawings showIng City Attorney David Spingler For tired Its 25th day. .

thousands of mourning Amerl. I Just what Is being appeal- said the ordinances provide that Senate Republican Leader
cans lined rain-swept streets of
New York today In respectful 4 ed. plans or drawings In sufficient r YrS African Affairs Everett M. Dirksen unveiled on

farewell to General of the ArmyDouglas 2. The board conferred with detail must be provided by the I WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Tuesday the general aaiure but

MacArthur. I Mayor Archie Turner In try- citizen for the ruling by the .ir, ..y dent Johnson has tagged W. 'few details of amendments he

A special train took the gen. Ing I to find out why two mat. building official and any subsequent Averell Harriman with special will offer to the bill's equal

eral's simple GI coffin from 1 ers: on which the board took appeal to ZBA. responsibility for African af I employment opportunity provU
the definite action were directed fairs In event of crisis In aloes He said he would ask his
mourning city, where he The appeals board, in dls- any
had lived In retirement, to t sack to the board by ClryCoun3. cusslon with Turner said it -'I r that turbulent continent. 'I GOP colleagues at a conference
Washington for funeral honors : This, according to State De. Thursday to support them
had taken a definite position Dirksen said
they involved
due one of the nation's great 3. Turner said he will ask partment sources, Is the reason
with regard to recent appeals about 40
changes, many Just
military men. why the troubleshooting under. j
Council to schedule recommendations M. Gait and E.E. "technical and
by George went only eight or
Wet flags hung limply at half secretary of state recently
of the Zoning Board of and it did 'nine of major Importance
Bailey, not see why
staff as a horse-drawn caisson on a survey trip to West Africa
bore him through New York. Appeals and Zoning and Planting Council should refer the matters .. .wf1 ; and will probably travel next to -
Board -- ,
at the beginning in* back to ZBA once the East
MacArthur 84 died Africa
Sunday In
itead of the end of NEW DELHI, India (AP) _
Council board made its recommenda
Washington but his body was Persons close to both llarrl. |Sheik Mohammed Abdullah,

returned here for the tribute of agendas! tines .r.. man and G. Mennen Williams, 'I Moslem leader of the lad*.
MJ adopted city. Later, Turner said he would .eswtw.. E former Democratic governor oi I pendence movement in Kaslu

The cortege passed knots of Beckwith May ask to have the reports of the Michigan, denied Johnson's ac I mir, State, was set free today

silent men and women waiting 'Take StandIn two advisory zoning boards tlon wUl undercut Williams In ,.after 11 years of Imprisonmentby
In rain. In Times Square, thou. his post as assistant secretary i
placed at the head of the Council | Prime Minister Nehru COT.irnmtnt. .
sands stood four or five deep '[ New Trial agenda. These reports have for African affairs Rather they ,I .
on sidewalks, many rendering said, It will mean more support "
Abdullah, the !loci of Kaaiu
been the tall end of
at
military salutes or holding hats JACKSON, Miss. fAP-Byron previous for Williams from a high level ,mir" who had been prim mtn.liter .
to hearts. O e La Beckwlth's lawyers hinti agendas, and persons interested As the State Department now I of the state until Nehru la.

Some 20,000 persons gathered hat may testify at Ms second In the boards' reports operates, Secretary of State I grated[ It Into India, was re.l .
the Pennsylvania Station for tyns 1al on charges he murdered have had to sit through an entire Dean Rusk reigns with his two ]leased l in the town of Jammu

> final departure of the gen. X egro civil rights leader Med. Council meeting, usually 1:hlef lieutenants, Underscore. |In the southwestern section of

oral! from New York, his horn t-ir W. Evens. lasting throughout the morn- --r_ ie:. aS. fades George W. Ball and Har. I i Kashmir the government radio
'
since 1931.Through. With seven jurors Kill to be -..... .. ..-. ::4' -, ." ..... rlman, who have regular duties laid. '
the streets of Man. c losen u the trial's third day Ing.Attorney Thomas R. Brown as well M special assignmentsin Also set free were IS other
battao 11 years ago this month began today, prospective Jurors representing Mr.and NTS.Gait. A BIRD IN THE HAND This Caribbean Barbara Haire, a contestant' for "MissNaples" crises nen arrested la 1911 en charges

MacArthur rode In triumph to *ire asked by the defense it discussed their appeal with the Gardens macaw was quite willIng and is being sponsored by the In explaining Harriman's new t hat they worked to freak the
the greatest ticker tape wel. income ey would give the same ere.ince duties, state Department offi. Kate away from India and
board. Splngler noted that"no to perch on the wrist of this Palm Pharmacy. (NEWS ) Joint
the city had ever given
a returning hero. a that of other witnesses (Coitlnu l en pigs I) lady, but then who wouldn't? She is by Williams to resign f orm an Independent state*.



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Wednesday, April 8, 196
Wallace Hails Wisconsin


Cleveland's Race Riot

I I iv + 1' Primary Vote As 'Victory'MILWAUKEE


Toll 1 Dead 18 Injured Wls. (AP>-. precincts reporting the vote

Alabama Gov. George C. WaLlace .wast

CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Injunctions and.fences to bloc)t who said he would "shaki'''i Wallace Reynolds 't83.X4e75 OSI
Cleveland faced Its second racial further demonstrations at schoo:I the eye teeth" of both parties'leaders
crisis In lest than three sites In the Clenvllle t uP If he attracted mon i Byrnes U7.6SS
area 01 n
months today In the wake of a the east side. 1ar, q than 23,000: Wisconsin votes It i In a state which has not
civil right demonstration that Civil rights leaders the : t his campaign against the civil I produced a majority for at
on I
left a Presbyterian minister other hand, called for u4j rights bill, won 10 times that t Democratic presidential nom.I .
greatei r
dead and touched off an all militancy in speeches at rail many in Tuesday's presidential I )nee since the election of Harry
a
]r
nigh? wave of rioting and vio at Cory Methodist church Tues u primary.But S. Truman In IMS the casting
lence. Wisconsin Gov. John W,, of more than 70 per cent of the
day night Ruth Turner ..
executive
,
Civil rights leaders whose secretary of the Cleveland I of'b Reynolds, who headed a favorite vote in the Reynolds-Wallace
demonstration Tuesday halted chapter of the Congress of Ra 5 son delegation as the per fight showed that thousands of
V social choice of President Johnson .> Republicans had taken advant.
construction at an East Side cad Equality, told the rail { ,
:] all of the stat.', 4(4 I of the open primary to
school site, scheduled a noon plans would be made for 1 L 1 1e 1e won age
demonstration at the Board of school boycott. Democratic National Conven... mark the other party's ballot.
Education's downtown office A few hours before he threw tlon votes. In the process Rey,> Reynolds termed the cross.t
building. himself Into the mud behind the, nolds topped the late President t t over, which produced big Demo.
The Rev. Bruce W. Klunder bulldozer the Rev. Mr. Klundei John F. Kennedy's record foi r cratic totals in scores of solidlyt
27.year.old white minister, was had told another minister h the most votes ever won by i Republican areas, tremendous
crushed to death under a bulldozer was prepared to risk his life foi Democrat in the primary test,. but added that U was "an old
during the demonstrationat civil rights. The Southern segregation> Wisconsin custom"
the school site In a predominantly He was one of about ISO demonstrators ist's triumphant assertion thai t Byrnes said, "There is no
Negro neighborhood. and spectators on the winning nearly one-fourth of th e more significance to the general
Fifteen other persons, 10 of scene when the Lakevlew demo total vote cast in the tradition. crossover now than there was
them policemen, were Injured. onstratlon began. Police ware t ally progressive Badger state> in WO."
Car and store windows 1 posted along Lakevlew Road to t tt constituted a grass roots referendum ,, Four years ago Kennedy vongood
smashed. Police arrested 26 keep demonstrators out of lh that "will send a I a majority of the delegates and
persons, Including four Ju. construction site, but four persons message both to the Congresiand i a head start on the road to the
venlles accused of throwing 1' threw themselves under L to the two national parties"'White House when he whipped
rocks. the wheels of a cement truck I was immediately challenged b)' San Hubert H. Humphrey of
Police and civil rights leaders entering the project Police the other principals. Minnesota in a similar primary,
appealed without success to the pulled them out and carted i "It Just goes to show what t: 476,024 to S66.7S3. Richard M.
crowd,, which swelled to more them away. _.J we've known all along; Reynolds Nixon unopposed in 1960 u
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than 3,000, to disperse. The minister said. "There prejudiced I Byrnes was Tuesday, trailed
Joined
Time and again during the that raced through back a group yards THE GOP ELEPHANT was trumpeting loudly and speakers heard, left to right, wereSpencer B. Allen people in the North as well ain i with 339,383 but carried the

afternoon and early evening,, to get around police lines ando not a donkey bray was heard Saturday morning as dorf, candidate for county tax collector; John Steele, the South." state in the general election
mounted! police charged int enter near the rear of the about 140 Republicans met for breakfast at the Beach of Hallandale and candidate for and Rep. John W, Byrnes of Green> 8(5,173: to 830,805.i .
groups that gathered to hurl project.The mayor congress; Bay the Republican favorite i I Tuesday's vote total, however,
taunts and missiles, sending bulldozer driver John Club Hotel. Candidates for national, state and county Charles R. McCool, candidate for county supervisorof son whose candidacy kept the i I was short of the neo record ofi
demonstrators scurrying behind White 33 of Mentor told offices the the GOP primary free of serious i: 11 million.
police spoke at early morning rally. Among registration. (McGrath photo)
buildings along Lakeview Road.A he saw three people "throw contenders for the presidential 1 Wallace told supporters at his
grim Mayor Ralph S. Loch. themselves down in front of me. nomination, said, "I don't think downtown Milwaukee headquar.
en, who attends the Church of There wera two girls and a Lake Park PTA this election proves anything at tars Tuesday night that their
the Covenant where the Rev man. Hold Final Jet Liner Cracks Open County all about the civil rights bill."1 showing was a victory over ad.
Mr. Klunder was assistant mln.ister "I kept my shovel up because To With 3,349 of the slate's 3,832: !. ministration Democrats "and
said the city would use I didn't want to hit anybody Meeting Of Year they know it."
with It," White said "The shOVe BusinessCommissioners "ThIs stalled civil rights bill
el was hanging over those people Final meeting of the Lake Park On Landing No Casualties Cuban PlanesA is not in the Interest of any.
Fire Prevention ;
so I backed up. I didn't Parent.Teacher Association will at yester body," he declared, and
Briefed On know another man was lying be. be held at 8 o'clock tomorrow day's meeting, following pub Threat thanked some ZOO persons
Group hind me. night in the school cafetorlum NEW YORK (AP-A Jet air. Into about two feet of mud and lie hearing with no objectors Says crowded into a hotel ballroom
Forestry ProgramDetails "I backed up all the way according to Mrs. G, E. Carroll liner carrying 136 passengersand water.A present granted request of for their effort "to break up
over him, and that was the firstI publicity chairman. a crew of nine bounced into Pan American official de. Everglades Shores, Inc.. for Kiwanis Speaker"I centralized government"
of a minimum for knew I had run over any. Of prime Importance she laid, a swamp and cracked open cllned to speculate whether the zoning of the new subdivision Wallace, who was cheered,
estry program were outlined body." The tread of the bull. will be the announcement of the while trying to land at John F. plane had overshot its landing from agriculture to residentialand l do not intend to be an star,,, Jeered and thumped once on the
Ncnday night to members of dozer passed over the minis. results of the "Bakelesa Cake Kennedy International Airport or couldn't stop after landing commercial. mist," said George Vega, speak, head by a picket sign during his
the Collier County Fire Pre te r'l shoulders. Sale," In which $400 was raised Tuesday night because of the wet, slick run. e tog to Klwanlans Monday evening campaign said, "There will al.

vention Committee. Police cleared White of re.sponslblllty with which to bay electric fans At least 48 persons submitted for the classrooms. A local contractor Jet to rest about heart for Wisconsin." He will
In the death. came from Cuba
District forester Ray Hill to medical treatment, with 15 on Marco Island are more a
alley appears
has offered to jet the 1,000 feet from the end of the take his campaign into the
threat
and other taken to Florida than Russian
Florida to Three of
Forest Ser hospitals. the
be Issue of
fans for the school at a greatly runway and about 100 feet from to an controversy missiles... Maryland and Indiana primaries .
vice officials asked Collier AdvancesTo reduced latter group were released with I residents of the a.rea.A .
Vance : price. Rockaway Boulevard in Queens. among next month.
Vega made this remark In I a
no findings announced.
County cooperation In the minimum New officers will be Installed ranged from cuts and Injuries bruisesto A wire fence that surrounds the public hearing was held on question and answer period following Reynolds, who speculated earlier .
program, which should for the year 1964.63.: They arm dislocated and broken bones.One airport was cut by police at that the request and the Commission a question, "Do you that Wallace might attract
provide greatly Increased pro Finals At Don. T. Jones, president: Waiter male passenger was treat. point to allow passengers to held that the alley shouldnot believe the Russian missiles have as many as 100,000 votes from
tection from wilditre, they Keller first vice-president, ed for a heart attack. reach dry ground. be vacated. been moved out of Cuba?" He "bigots and fanatics"- -and said
said. The service hopes to James Adams, second vice-pre The plane at first had been This action appeared to answered by saying It is believed such a total would be "a cata..
enlarge Its facilities on state Big CypressTournament sident, Mrs. Sylvia Morris The Boeing 707, a Pan Amerl. reported missing and all opera please majority of those pre the Russians have complied withthe trophe"-found solace in his
forest lands andglve assistance' secretary and Mrs. Paul Kane, can World Airways flight from dons at the airport were sus. sent for the public hearing, directive to move them, thenadded own record total.
In planning and developing private play for club treasurer San Juan, P.R., was landing pended while emergency vehl. but member of the his remark about (the He said he was pleased by the
Through the efforts of the Can in light fog when It bounced off one opposition fact
lands. here than championships men and women del searched the huge airport. danger of planes. that ho and Byrnes who
000 8,000, at Big Cypress Golf and cer Society the film, "The which the end of a runway and plowed Most passengers got out of Insisted the County was The speaker led Into the dls. also supported the civil rights
acres badly needs reforestation Country Club this week enabled City" will be shown, after Into a marshy field. the plane via escape hatches. wrong In Its stand cession by explaining the dlf.ference bill and criticized Wallace as a
In the ..tate.fhelJnClfmatlon. some favorites to advance to final a doctor will be present to answer There was no fire. Foam was The fuselage snapped about It was pointed out In the discussion in the United States policywith racist, held a margin of more
[ andeduca- rounds and resulted In some questions. .> spread to reduce that POSllbllo'j 75 feet from the nose end, with that a certain fence Cuba u compared to what than 3 to 1.Reynolds.
tldh 1 branch represented.Mon* major upsets.DtcK Alter the program ,refresh ity. ]lithe disjointed end bent at a 15.: said to encroach about '1 IfZCeet Cuban Nationalists believe shouldhappen. announced he would
day by Robert Barbofofithe t' Vance, rtavbrlte men's ments will be, served. Clifford t The orew helped passenger's1 I' degree angle. on the alley line"at' one run as a favorite son after can
forest service, plans Intensive competition, has advanced to the Wenzel, retiring president, will Into two life rafts, but some The plane was piloted by corner, was the focal point of "The U. S. must avoid butt ferrlng with President Johnson
emphasis on all phases of for final round. His opponent has not preside at the business meeting. stepped from the plane directly Capt. Herbert H. Dunker 47, a the disagreement re dents which could lead to a nu. at the While House. The Presl.
est conservation especiallywith been determined at the present. native of Milwaukee who lives sidents. among claar war. Cuban Nationalistswant dent gave his permission for
Mrs. Frank Cnkeless defeated in Coral Gables Fla. to overthrow Castro at use of his name and picture on
youth groups. Forest research any
programs are to be stepped Mrs. Edward Reeves, 4 and 2, U.S. Urges Allies To Help County Attorney James R. cost, war if necessary." behalf of the Reynolds slate,
In what Pro Phil Darbyshire de. which Included all the II.t.'atop
up especially regarding Adams reported that all legal 1 A lengthy discussion period
fast-growing pulpwood trees scribed as an upset In women's Steel steps had been taken to obtain I was held covering many phasesof Democrat.
inch as eucalyptus. competition.Other Big a 120-day option and money was the Cuban situation Last Sunday night Post
master General
John A. Groruouskl
scores turned Reds In New WorldWASHINGTON In Klwanls
In business
The county committee said by players In the women's Fight In escrow to purchase the 166 were made by President, reports Brandt read a message of personal

It will raise money to buy nine tournament were.follows!Mrs. acres worth of VanderblH Beach I Watson, Clayton Bigg and BiU praise from Johnson, who
Information signs to place at Ed. DuBane over Mrs James (AP) The Russians have an estimated 100. CompaniesIndicted for a public park. The purchase Arbaugh on the visit of the three described Reynolds as a "patri
various places In the county. Wilson, 5 and 3; Mrs. Warren United States is determinedly plus Intercontinental missiles, will be made by the St. members to the boys' school ot and a leader of whom we can
The committee expressed regret Sackman over Mrs. Coleman pressing its divided European and up to 100 seaborne missiles. Charles Charities, Inc., for resale Okeechobee on Sunday. Reports all be proud."
that county ranger Sam Boyd, 4 and 3; and Mrs. Charles allies to provide more backing The United States has about 670 to the County when legal were on alms and objects of The White House said later
Patterson has announced his Carr winning on default over her and support for its fight against ICBM's In place and 182 sea. authority has been obtained.The the "Marlanna Plan"sponsored that It did not consider the roes.
opponent Communist aggression In South borne Polarises. KlwanLs to sage as intervention in a Democratic ,
resignation effective the first Commission studied by assist In rehablllt.
east Asia Rusk said that on the military
and Latin America. primary.
In competition among the men, of the sting boys, and a tour of the
of means acquainting voters
June. Patterson has been The diplomatic side NATO should Increase Its NEW YORK (AP) Eight
William strategy being
Dlddel beat
H. B. Ruhl school and
steel companies-including U.S. with the County plan to make campus
fire-
county rsngerslncecounty 0 and 51; Warren Sackman de. followed by the Johnson admin non-nuclear capacity for fighting Phil Brunk
reported that
control was set up last sum feated Dun Lander, 3 and 21; and istratlon on this and other dls. limited wars. That Is a fre. Steel, the Industry's largest-, the purchase. Co-operation of Klwanls will assist Swamp t Dogs Shouldn't
Patterson Issues stated U.S. objective have been indicted by a federal civic associations civic clubs
mer. Is a 16-year William McCennls bested Char. puted within the allianceis quently Days, Inc., and the Civil Air
veteran of the service and Is les Carr, 5 and 4. to bypass countries like which the European allies usual. grand Jury on antitrust charges.. chambers of commerce and Patrol in sponsoring stock car
resigning to accept a forestry Vance later eliminated McGee. France or Britain on questions ly Ignore. Europe should also They are accused of consplr.ing similar organizations, will besought races. Dog CommissionFrom

j Job with Allco Land I Development nil 3 and 2, to enter the finals where major disagreements ex. Join in forming a strategic nuclear lion to carbon fix prices sheet steel In the business.$3.6 bil. by the Commission. Tom Elwood was chosen lucky:
Corp. and will meet the winner of the 1st and to form a united front force, he said. e e member of the meeting Now On
steel
with all the countries which He reported the U.S. rovernment Two company executives
Dlddel-Sackman match which are
Guy R. Stovall
William was self-styled
G. Price
presidentof also were named in the indict.
to be played today. willing to cooperate. and some other allies haveIn Action taken
the Bank of "Ambassador of the Ever yesterday by
Everglades, was These points of US. policy fact made "substantial and went, made public Tuesday. Cuban Refugee
the
chosen glades, appeared before the County Commission In signIng -
1964 Indictment traces
chairman to
of the and in work. The the
toward encouraging progress"
One Sahara Defter oasis strategy the North
county committee succeeding called the "Streel of Palmi.;,. Atlantic Treaty Organization log out the problems InvolvedIn clash between major steel com. Commission with plans to "put Program Helps a contract with the Humane
L.N. (Casey) Ingram. Fred stretches. for :500 miles In a thin, emerged clearly from a speech forming a seaborne fleet of panics and the late PresidentJohn Collier County on the map" but' U.S. On Society of Naples Inc. Is expected
Winter Is vice-chairman. green ribbon. delivered to the Overseas Press 200 Polaris missiles.France has F. Kennedy in April 1962. failed to get board cooperation Migration to ease the county dog
Club in New York Tuesday night rejected this whole project and When the companies posted an on his Ideas. "No funds" MIAMI (AP) Experiencewith problem which has been dog*
by Secretary of State Dean the British government is coop. across-the-board Increase of $6a was the Commission answer Cuban refugees will help glng the Commission for a number
eratlng reluctantly. However ton, Kennedy angrily denounced Stovall proposed a panorama Uncle Sam deal with his own of fan
At Pedro's The Largest Rusk.Rusk also sharply remindedthe Britain is working with the oth.er the move as Inflation showing aU Indian Wars thathave migration problems, the Cuban The Humane Society will

Selection of Men's and Young European allies who have Interested allies In a test. ed any the and Increase.the companies rescind. been fought In Collier Refugee Center suggested today.l house the county dogs under
tended to pull apart among ship project. I County a fish aquarium old The U. 6-operated refugeecenter stipulations of i lengthy con
Men's Shoes in Southwest Florida themselves and from the United What is needed beyond shore Department After the beaded clash, the then Justice and fashioned street car traveling said in an evaluation of tract, but the Commission em-
States as cold war tensions ing up the military defenses Its activities to date
AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD! eased, that "massive Soviet Rusk said, are "new patterns now by the late president's to Chokoloskee Island; a PT "The Cuban refugee program ployees will continue to pick
ground and nuclear forces are of collective action," especially brother, Atty. Gen. Robert F. boat, Indian Village an old of necessity covers all aspects up strays found In the county,
still arrayed against Europe." for dealing with Communist ex. Kennedy-started a grand Jury !logging locomotive and similar of life related to health, educa. and answercalls from residents
pansion campaigns in Asia, Lat. investigation of the steel Indus. ;I l items to be collected or lion and welfare. Through it, we outside the city limits( Na
For The Man! The Soviet missiles"Union, In fact, has in America and Africa try's pricing methods. The orig. I "many more aimed at "1 have in mind," he said, inal grand Jury Investigation .: site at Camestown. nation, approaches and tees I. society will collect Impounding -
wrK Western than at the
Europe "especially such countries as died out. But the Job was taken J nltjues for the handling of vet u. fees. from. owners.
Engineer Boots .United circumstances States,,he he said.d..clu8'l.. In :these''it Laos and South _Vlet >am. over "last October: by a_ _new"grand ;; b* sentenced to Jill for,. gas problems, of we are, health claiming dogs. It will {keep
would be foolhardy to dismantlethe which are targets of aggressionby Jury -the one that report. me year and fined $50,000 each,, and educational problems in gen.eral unclaimed animals five days
Made to Sell military strength of NATO." Hanoi, with the support of ed the indictment Tuesday. Sheet steel-(he product cov. of the problems of persons and at Its discretion, dispose
the Chinese Communists, and Inland and Kaiser-only ma. Bred' in the indictment-Is usedn I moving from one culture to an.
Sell For Rusk did not give missile fig Cuba, which is engaged in the Jor steel firms that opposed the i making about one-third of all other, of the problems of asslmi.lating of the animals In accordance
12.95 e0'\ 9.95 ures but a highly authoritative export of arms, subversive 1962 price hike-were not named f inished: steel mill products. The newcomers into communl.ties. with humane dictates and procedures -
% estimate puts the total of Soviet agents, and guerrilla leaders to in the indictment. The grand alleged price-fixing, the govern, ." Bite cases will be
GSM Intermediate and medlum-ran ge other Latin-American nation. Jury, however had subpoenaed ?pent charges, Increased priceso The center said that information Impounded IS days at the request -
ballistic missiles at 800,most or We believe that the North At. their records. tl consumers for such items as gained "should be of value of the Health Department.
all of which are believed to be lantlc nations should recognizea Conviction could bring the a uto bodies, washing machinea. as the nation continues to take The County will pay the soc
WORK targeted on European objec. common interest in seeing eight defendant firms fines up lichen cabinets refrigerators a closer look at problems r.. iety the sum of $2 per animal
tlves. that these aggressions are to SO,000: each. The two indict. oed fflce furniture and other wld.. lated to Internal migration. admitted to the sheller $6 for
SHOES Against the United States the brought to an end." executives, If convicted, ly: used product _. Nearly 200,000 Cuban refugeeshave each bite case Impounded for
_.
-- registered at the center 14 days with t guaranteed min
Ankle High Cowhide Ankle High Glove since Fidel Castro's 1939: take. imum of $200 per month The

Mdo to LeatherWORK ( TIMEOUT/ 5 over.The center noted: "The move county will collect and keep
SWEATER ment of all dog license fees and fines
Sell For1 LQQ Made to refugees into the United
States Is Mrs. Walter Keller< president
*77 Our f not a new phenomenon.
8.93 Sell for P 9.95 I I ", Time Consuming, CostlyMAINTENANCE SPECIAL Under the Displaced Persons of the Humans Society was
r ce
12.95 t Act of 1948,ever JOO,000persons taken by surprise at yesta rday<
OXFORD Brown a Black ) with e I made homeless during World! meeting when the Commission.
lIIL War D were admitted for per. accepted the contract with:
Compare Anywhere at 9.93 ; $1.30 VALUE! manent residence"
OC.. 7 99 : minor changes and with a min-
e No Vac SystemHiiiriiiiMHimiiiHiiimimmmiMiiiiiiii to This difference was noted
Sweaters expertly :: imum of discussion,
)0 Dry Cleaned and "This is the first time the United "It has taken me two

OFFALUUGGACtPEDRO'S I 2 packed In 8 9 4 States has become a country of to negotiate t contract and yean It
30% & 40% I AQUA POOL by bag a. cellophane ONLY first per asylum IOns. In for previous large numbersof refugee was accepted so quickly, today

Chuck Wood programs, the refugees were. lam more than i bit surpris
UNIVERSALGUN1TE screened in European camps eat." Mrs. Keller said following -
SHOES I I Gen. Mgr. e and carefully processed for 1m. & the meeting.&

., INC. migration to Die United States." The contract win extend over'
KWIKXHEK SHOPPING (INTER I M12.7078 FINANCING AVAILABLE Naples Laundry? & Dry Cleaners! It was estimated that, with the 1963- 4 county fiscal year

". "Open Friday Til 9, Saturday 111 7 1095 5th Are. So. 2-343 ,4 ami 76,000 to Cubans other U.retettledlram S. cities nearly Mi. dons endtag for September t new contract 30. NegotU.win

/ 100,000 remain here.
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f ;; plot plan has ever been submitted Debts Soaring Savings
V SIBS .' to the building official"In I

A_ ... ,_ _..__ . aw ,
UJnllo.LI'I'S: Ml 1.f'lll I The Gaits asked for a 10-
Show Marked
IncreaseB
Merriest newt of the week t and we'd all like to see themI foot front-yard setback variance -
was the word that Everett I build here soon. The Gaglianos for a house they planto
lost Mi, Job. When SAM OAWSONAP From this they argue that rla.
the
water have been traveling and visiting build on a lot at the corner
from the wells started to flow Busmen News Analyst log personal Incomes make
r around Florida for a month. of Gordon Drive and un
through the pipes out here, that t: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Levin ofJob built i was the end of Mr. Ford's Mich. cans are salting away a record debt comfortably.
>I Romeo spent last week. of the
and no one was happier owners property amount In various types of sav. Mortgage debt Is the largest
than i I end with Mr and Mrs. H.C. ,
he. (NOTE The new water, Kernagtian. The Levins are stay. obtained a variance from the ings. They are seeing the mar. Item of all, and It has been
plant went Into operation last: ing at Palm Harbor, Fla. SPA In 1958. but never built ket value of some forms of their moving up fairly steadily for
week. This was covered In an 4 the house they planned. past savings increase marked. years, in good times or bad.
earlier Issue theColllerCoun.., NOWTOBOWLEvGThe nwiI. Splngler laid most of the law lYe The total is now over $175 bll.
ty Nqws.) bowlers. Yes the bowl. ,4 It he has read provides that a But personal debts also are lion. Some regions have report.
Mr. Ford's Job was to drive,I ors Well, the Wednesday night variance runs with the property oaring Yet their total savings ed Increasing defaults and
the water truck Into Naples get; Men' Team reports that they and not with the owners. after subtra 'tlon of the record foreclosures But lenders say
It filled with water, and then fill 1: won more points than they lost Pinkston has ruled the other debts is riding around the trll. the over-all tone is still good
the storage tanks out here. It: I got the same report from the Different circumstancesmay llonnlollar mark. Stock market credit also has
was time consuming, tedious and j! Marco Pass Couples' Team way have existed when the 1958 Much of this thousand billion been rising, up about $2 billion
expensive, but it meant having while the Rookery Bay Couples' dollars of savings however, Is In 1963. If the return of the pub.
drinking water from the fau. Team Just plain "lost." May. appeal was granted but the not liquid that is, It Isn't lie to the stock market picks up
sets and, within limits, all the i be next week I can report that ZBA minutes fall to lIstthe circumstances readily available to pay debt any speed, this form of debt
water we needed. All this was i they Just plain "won" or reasons sup- or meet emergencies, also should rise more this year.
very well several years agowhen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris of porting granting of the appeal Personal debts are rising ate II'RCNEW i
only a few trips a-week were Hialeah spent the weekend at the faster rate now than are
necessary, but the Isles of Capri Isles of Capri Marina and Mo. RELUCTANTThe liquid savings This causes YOURDRPER'S ,
grew and at the end, Mr. tel. Fishing in Big Marco Pass present board has been some fretting about what might LICENSE LDURINC
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Ford was making 7 trips a day they had nice catches of trout reluctant to grant a variance, happen if the anticipated bust YOUR 'W
and then sometimes turning the and several Spanish mackerel. especially since the house ness boom proved to be short BJRTH MONTH Jfd'r
I truck over to another driver Mr. and Mrs. Phil Swenson of build be lived. Would falling personal In.
tE the Gaits plan to can
who would make Miami also spent the weekend at come nuke some debt loadsunbearable ,
as many tripsas --- - --
built within the 100 by 195- I r
a ?
necessary to the Marina and Motel. They
keep the
stor.
age tanks filled. fished the nearby passes and had 3 foot lot and observe all setbacks Instalment debt Jumped inFebruary )
good catches of sheepshead and City Council split 3- by h'I j I BRING THIS j jj
RETIRES AGAIN Spanish mackerel.Mr 3 last week on accepting the ZBA amount In more
The faithful old truck made and Mrs Claude Horton recommendation that the Galt years. Many consumers ar.1 I II
countless round trips to Naplesand of Fort Lauderdale spent :3 days appeal be denied Council will! supposed: to have reasoned they j I j AD and SAVE
wore out a number of dri last week at the Isles of Capri take It up again when a full could take on monthly pay. !
vers. Mr. Ford, a year.round Marina and Motel. They went Council membership is present meats because of the fore I I
resident, thought he was In per., shelling swimming and fish probably at next week's shadowed windfall of the cut In ( DURING OUR PRE-END I
manent retirement when he mov. ing. They had some nlclsheeps.i their federal Income taxes. The
ed down here a few years ago i head and snapper catches. meeting.As rise In take home pay dido'1 ( OF SEASON I II
from Pennsylvania, but last The treat exodus to the Buffalo far as the agenda was show up until March. And this I DISCOUNT SALE! I II
November hewas, persuaded to N.Y., area took place last : concerned Tuesday the board may have encouraged still oth. SHELVES I II
STOCK YOUR
take on the driving Job. Withthe week,'and the Isles Just wontbe recommended granting an area era to Increase their Instalment I
unlimited water supply the same without these good : variance to E.E. Bailey and a debt. I WITH S. S. PIERCE I II
straight from the wells, Mr. New York people. Mr. and Mrs. setback variance to John R. OnJhe-cuff credit rose by I I FOODS AT
Ford can now go back Into re., Wilbur Regnet and children, Satre rfleld. Bailey previously $::1'79 million In February to a SUPER MARKET PRICESI I I
tlrement again, but no such fu. Joyce, Mike and Lynn, returnedto asked for a 612-iquare foot total of $:ls.s: billion. This was I
ture Is in sight for the truck. Swarmsvllle, N.Y. last Thursday "---- "-- --- -- -----_ area variance, but probable acquisition $:so'7 billion higher than Febru.
It Is destined to be sold and will after a two-week stay in the OUTDOOR ACTION Is what renowned manufacturer of artificial baits Witha of adjoining property ary 1963. The nonlnsUlment\
no doubt give several more years Tatu duplex on Nassau St. The has allowed him to reduce the type of credit slngl4'ayment Goddccrdourmet
of faithful service to the new Regnets are property owners, wildlife photographer, Erwin A. Bauer, winning combination such as this, request to 287 square feet. loans, charge accounts, service I I
owner. We'll miss seeing the and we'd like to see them turn specializes In recording. He had the Bauer photographed a peerless Florida Satterfleld asked for a credit-rose by $146 million to I II
truck constantly shuttling be. into at least part.tIme residents $1 U billion bo the total of all 16ETH GODDARD SHOP
tween the Isles of Capri and Naples Mr. and Mrs, Ken straub and world on a string recently, with a lake fish story, soon to appear In a national S 1/2-foot rear yard varianceso forma of consumer debt out. I
but nobody is sorry to see children Kip and Sarah, who full of bass (at Caribbean Gardens) publication. This photograph is typicalof he can build a six-foot high standing came to 08.8 billion I
it The Isles of in the other half of the waterfall to screen a nearby I The Old Cove, Naples, Fl 1.
go. new Capri were and one of the nation's top fishermen, the action shots ,that will be a part Finance companies I point out II
Water Works Is a big thing for duplex where Regnets stayed, utility pole from the view of that defaults on monthly pay. 1 I
our community, and those re- left for Grand Island N.Y., on John Oney, experimental and design of his story. persons swimming In the back- ments hold al the same rela. Bonded Fruit Shippers I
sponslble deserve the thanks of Friday alter a week's vacation engineer for Arbogast, world's largest yard pool Satterfield plans to tlvely small |lercw ntage figure.
all the property owners. here.Mr. build. The board recommen- "--------.J
Bill Jawofskl's mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Donald McMinn found they weren't they decidedto of Capri Fishing Lodge tor Os ded approval of this variance
Francis Jaworski, and his sis. and children, Donna, Sharon and stay for the weekend anyhow, $100 Damage To with a minimum of discussion.
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Arthur, started back to Buffalo car.Mr. -- NAPLES
and consoled themselves with a and Mrs. Jack Ippen are In FLY -
Mrs. E.G. Collier, of Jackson, on Monday after a week's stayin catch of 117 sheepshead. rived Monday evening at the home Rented Car Forest Research .e
Mich., left for home on Monday Al Tatu's efficiency apartment. of their daughter and son-in-law, Accident -- MIAMI
HereAn
after a two.week visit with Bill Mr. G. W. Byrd, Sr. and his -1
Kay and Dick Larson. The Ippens Lab At Ft. Myers
sons, Oscar Richard and
and his family BYE.BYE have sold their Rockford, Avis rent-a-car driven by
Mr. and Mrs..Walter Bunt of Friday was departure day for Charles, all of South Bay, Fla., m. home and are ready to make 'John D. Bennett of Andover, Included In Bill New Year Round Daily Schedule
Turtle Creek, Pa., spent a day Mr. and Mrs Jim Moss and fished out of the Isles of Capri Florida their permanent re. Mass, sustained damage es:
with Mr. and Mis. Doc Loach i daughters, Christine Janice and Fishing Lodge on Sunday with .. We hope these folks tlmated at $100 when he pulledin I I Included in the Interior Appro. Naples To Miami I
recently. Mr. Bunt Is the i Betsy, of Buffalo. Jim celebrated mixed results. On the plus side find Just the lot they're look. front of! a Jeep on Fifth Avenue ., prlatlons bill reported by the Se. I
treasurer of the Pittsburgh Pi i his birthday on April 1st, and there were 150 sheepshead, 20 log for right here on the Islesof Parkway, driven by C.J.Cop.,nate Appropriations committee 745AM; 1130AM: 345PM.
rates, and it naturally follows gathering at a party to wish mackerel and 16 snapper, while Capri. The Ippens spent mostof ley of Shell Island The Jeep of which Senator Spessard Ilol. Miami To Naples
that he and his wife are stay. him well were Mr. and Mrs. on the minus side there was one the winter on the Isles and was damaged. land of Florida U a member U
big in Fort' Myers during the Dick Jurek, Mr. and Mrs.Wilbur nice new Mitchell reel and a have many friends here. .' $16,000 for design and specifics. 900; A.M. 2:15 P.M. 500; P.M.
spring training season. Mrs. Regnet, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hurricane rod. There must be The bookmobile will be out Bennett who had been travel.1 tlon for a Forest Research La.
Loach and Mr. and Mrs. Bunt.. MaMinn, ,and Mr. and< Mr*.. Al some mysterious law that here next Wednesday, the 15th, I ling south on Ninth Street, South boratory at Fort Myers, accord. rnnnrrtium and Kmrrvatioiti to any point In the world
'weiji' fviendd'when/they alt 1W\: TJto mil from tM Isles; and governs:the tact that It'. always between 2:30 and 3:30 at the I pulled In a diagonal direction log to telegram received by the*
: the \ .fishing equipment that I across Fifth Avenue Parkway NAPLES r AIRLINES
ell 4n tlWWttSBur'tW area'scfti)/ 'Mr. and Mrs.Mossof Ft. Lauder. new Marinas. NEWS from Senator Holland
years ago. dale Jim and George Moss are somehow or other comes to rest t!to get Into the Sinclair gas sta.' The wire also stated that the Naples Airport Concourse 3 Miami
Mrs. Cecil Cupps, Sr. and Mr. Hilda Talus brothers on the bottom. In this case Oscar, SOME DAY SPRING WILL COME Ed Massart flew back to Pitts Weekend guests of Mr. and Is out a rod and reel but he KAYCEE. Wyo. (AP-The old 'iu, South and the Trail No see this amount Is Included in MI 2-3454 NE <44811<
burgh last Thursday after spend. Mrs. Al Tatu were Mr Sheldon stated his intention of returning Indian rainmaker has nothing! on 'charges were riled the version of the bill enacted. Cllr Ticket! office Naples Travel Aunt 4 Conwr
tug two months with Lt. Col. and Klein, Sr of Buffalo, his son to the same place, somewhereIn the Kay,.* Gillette* B bi.ket-
Mrs. Cecil Cupps, Jr. It was Sheldon. Jr.. and grandsons, Big Marco Pass, and retrlev. ball quads
doubtful there for awhile If Craig and Kevin all of Holly. lug his equipment. I know that They were scheduled to ply
they'd get all those shells home, wood. They did some fishing Oscar knows he doesn't stand Feb. 7, but the game was postponed | -
but and went home with snook any kind of a chance to get his
by filling their coat poc. a big became of snow It wn
kets with the leftovers, they and several trout equipment back In useable con- rescheduled and postponed again
were able to rattle onto the Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hubschman dltlon but then, ntkybe he needs -snow Finally they got together
plane. I wonder how many tons returned to Morrlstown N.J. an excuse for another weekend on another snowy night and
of shells the airlines fly back after spending three months at 'of fishing out here. Nevertheless Kaycec won 73-62.
from here during a season. Mrs. their home here. I'm asking any Hurricane Then came the return game
Cupps and Mr. Massart are arid Miss Judy Lucado returned to''rods and Mitchell reels caught It mowed again. They lave up
Pittsburgh Pirate tans and they Florida Presbyterian College in I tau week be left at the Isles and cancelled: the game. 1
found these spring baseball St. Petersburg after spending reeasK
games one of Florida's foremost Easter vacation with her parents,
attractions) Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lucado.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gagllano Staying at the Isles of Capri
of Jamaica, N.Y., are visiting Fishing Lodge this weekend were ,
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ford this Mr. John Watson, Mr. C. H.
week. The Gagllanos and Fords Weems and his son, Houston
were friends when the Fords still Weems, allot Hlaleah. They
lived up north. Mr. and Mrs. pretended they drove all the way
Gagllano own a lot here on Para over here Just to ask if the big 766 Fifth Avenue, South Naples, Fla.
Pans Driver near the Fords.r snook were in yet. When they


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15 cents in cash.
AP-Burl Ives,
NEW YORK
__ /1q3c ( wide as a In the years since then Burl
/CONOMY who used to be as
The Answer Is Not DifficultSeveral = forest has slimmed down so has appeared in seven Broad.
r ; Il \ much that now he can hide behind way plays, given hundreds of
redwood concerts, recorded 32 albums of
most inopportune times (usually between Jp a single full-grown -
current candidates for governor \. songs, made 15 films and writ.
//'j \
/ tree.
a bad breath toothpaste spot and a pitch /
ten four books.
: \ In the
been complaining I
of Florida have / "I've lost 75 pounds
for some underarm deodorant) and are \ 1\ last four months, and I expectto He Is one of the most famous
bitterly about the exhorbitant cost of 1I by "pack rats" in show business.
not overly persuasive.It drop another 73 pounds
.
for our ,tate', said the His nlne-rocm old fashioned
conducting a campaign the end of the year,
Is often pointed out by the candidates I apartment on the upper WestSide
big genial actor and folk singer.
highest office. here is crowded with sou.
that a gubernatorial campaign usedto After completing his latest
This complaint Is heard |lust ai regularly cost only about 100000. But they film, a fantasy in which he vetilrs of his travels every.
# thing from battleship flags to
rolls / Arabian nights
as the gubernatorial race plays a fat
neglect take Into consideration that battle .
to ; genie Burl decided to peel off African spears."I
around which is every four years. think I'm happier now than
in those halycon days the candidate was some of his 300-plus poundage.He .
the cost of these campaignsis 1-' In I've ever been-and I'm 54.
Actually trying to reach around one million Flor- went to Duke University When I was younger I didn't
In the North Carolina to try its famous
becoming staggeringly high idians. Now a candidate must try to rice diet treatment. have enough sense to be happy"

neighborhood of $1-million per candi reach around five million people According to Ives, the fat Ives said.
date. But what should be done about It melted from him magically. "I recommend nothing to any.
through a multitude of radio but life Is pretty compile
newspapers body,
"For 10 or 15 years I was on
seems to be the $64 question. It's beginning stations, television stations and other a high protein diet-and I kept cated and I think it helps to try

to be like the weather, about he said. to simplify( it. That's what I did
gaining weight,
media that didn't back in
even exist .. x.
:. food
with problem by going
which Mark Twain said everybody talks "I can walk 10 miles a day my
the $100,000 campaign days. now and never get tired. Before on the rice diet.

but nobody does anything.In On top of that, a dollar bought a that I'd puff like a steam engine "I do as I always have I
play life by ear, and live It day
with
a recent television appearance when I went haudsprlnging.
great deal more in the good old days.
"I used to have hot plpu"- by day.
Karl said the
other candidates .
four Rep. .u something comes along
Somewhere In the vicinity of four timesas his term for stomach upsets-
cost of conducting a campaign was much. "and colds before I went on this and I want to do it, I do It. If

shamefully high and suggested that all diet. Since then I haven't had not, I go sailing and spit In the
But the this of
answer to problem water.
hot pipes or a cold, Ives said.
candidates reduce expenses by appearing exhorbitant campaign costs seems quite "I used to have to put downa "What keeps us from Joy is

together on the same platforms and simple. If each candidate would practice pound of steak before I went mostly ourselves. We have too
cobwebs in minds.
to make Now I many our
can
a recording.
the issues face-to-face. The
debating very what he and conduct his this In life
preaches cam eat a few grains of boiled rice "At point my my

next day this newspaper received in the paign In the same efficient and sensible ., and sing like a bird." feeling is to follow my Instincts,

mail five separate copies of the exact r- ;, Ives started plucking out tuneson to move as things happen
manner he claims he can run the state- rather than according to planor
a guitar as a 5-year-old
same press release from Rep. Karl's head then the cost of running for governor tarmbo)'. Becoming bored on a to achieve any set goal.

quarters. Each of the five duplicate would lot summer day during his Junior "I have found that you haveto
cheaper.
carried come a ,...__..._._ ..,............_, year in college, he walked out move pretty much as life
copies a stamp.If As for the argument that candidatesmust ::1V"> <"i" :' 14 0' ; ':' H 1 of an English class on a sudden presents situations to you. I'm
all newspapers received five copiesof 'N '" '. pretty happy-go-lucky. I'm not
promise favors in return for contributions Impulse to see the world. All he "

the same press release, which wasn't to their campaign funds thatIs . . . took alone was his guitar and a worrier


earth-shattering not used In this in paper Importance, then Rep.and Karl was didates a matter can that cope only with.the Individual They are can-not People In The World TodayBy _::.,';. ). %.*' :\*.,,,.,:;,..::,"t'ffi1.1. ..' .,,. '."" <.":.',!'t._:: :

could have saved a potful of money required to accept contributions from The News JAMES MARLOWE

simply by checking his mailing list and persons who want to receive favors In Aitoclat.d Press N.ws Analyst

Installing a bit more efficiency in his return. . .. . Today In Washington

campaign headquarters. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Looking at the problem from a practical eternal truths of the American
candidate sendsout TAIPEI, Formosa (AP-For. WASHINGTON (AP) When
Every gubernatorial point of view, it would seem beneficial mer Vice President PJchard M. the definitive biography of Gen. way.' '* BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

bales of press releases which they to a candidate to have as Nixon had a long talk with Douglas MacArthur Is finally (Goldman Is now President
must know In advance will not be used. many President Chiang Kai-shek of written it will be one of the !es. Johnson's special assistant assigned .
campaign contributors as possible for Nationalist China this morning. tinting stories of American his. to pick ideas from Amer. WASHINGTON (APIn the religious persecution of Russian

Any newspaper that did use all of this each contributor then has a direct InterestIn A qualified source said the tory.By lea's brainiest man.) cows from Washington Jews.A .

material would have no space left for the and will pair exchanged views on world his very nature-the drive Nevertheless MacArthur got "GREATEST GOOD:" Presl- delegation from the Amerl-

other Millions of cards stickers campaign undoubtedlywork affairs, particularly: the .ltua. for success and domination the thunderous ovations every dent Johnson dropped In on an can Jewish Conterence on SovU
any news. harder and longer for the candidate tlon in Southeast Asia. sensitivity to criticism, the Intense where. But If he had preslden. AFL-CIO meeting Tuesday night et Jewry conferred with Rusk

posters etc., are carelessly distributed than; he otherwise would. Observe how opinions, the sense of tlal hopes-he said he didn'the and told the labor union officials for some 90 minutes Tuesday.

by every candidate. Onehalfthat MOSCOW (AP)-Uurl Gagar. drama-he was born to attract soon found the acclaim he 'the government has but one Afterward spokesman Lewis H.
fervently a better roots for the horse he in, the world first spaceman, and repel. And he did. got was for his heroic military purpose-the greatest good for Weinstein of Boston told newsmen .
would be than
number more enoughto favors. has been given a desk Job. The He had admirers and critics services and went no further. the greatest number. : "We asked the secretaryto

litter up the streets and highways of The will official military newspaper Red all his days, some of them in. He was a controversial figure Johnson made his surprise use the government's good of.
said
before
the state. complaint as Star announced today that Ga. tense, too. ai a time when Americans were visit at the dinner meeting of flees to make known to the So.

show up every four years come rain gain will head Its new "cosmo. His command of the language getting sick of controversy sick the labor organization's: Indus. viet government our grave con.
Jhe number of television spot an or come shine. But the candidates themselves oaths desk." Red Star didn't In. was probably better than that of the Korean war and sick of trial union department after corn for the situation and statusof

nouncements purchased by the candidate dlcate whether Gagarin would of any other military figure of the divisions wrought by Mc. turning up at a National Press the three million Jews In the
is at theAdding could provide the answer as easy work at the Job full time. his time. But even here, In the Carthylsm with all that meantin Club reception saluting new Soviet Union."
These
l > amazing.. spots ruin '..f tUr\ Jog: use of It, he forced people to distrust anger, hate. White House press secretary
-.1 f i ..;,:=., : ::... : ,.._ ::" .::...._,. i*': NEW DELHI (AP) Gen. choose sides. There was talk of MacArthurfor George QUAKE RELIEF President

W l r Paul Adams, commander In Among other things he diluted president but not much at ReedY. .- Johnson signed into law' Tues.

chief of U.S. forces In the Mid. his rhetoric with sentimentality that particular time, which was GOP.PANAMA A Republican day legislation making $30 mil.

die East and South Asia, con. Examplet When he told Con. 1951, a 'year before the 1952 Citizens: Council headed by Mil. lion available for earthquake

ferred In New Delhi today with grew, after being dismissed presidential race. ton S. Eisenhower, has urged disaster relief In Alaska.As .

Chester Bowles, UJS. ambassa. from his Korean command, that In 1948, MacArthur had said U.S.-Panamanlan agreement on he put his pen to the
dor to India.CHICAGO. old soldiers fade away and he he would accept the Republican a "wholly new treaty" within 25 measure Johnson said, "This
....... .. .... was about to. Some wept Some nomination If It was offered to years for a second, sea.level sets a record. It went up Mon.
: : (AP) Chief Jus. felt distaste. him. He let his name be en. canal. day and It's back today."

lice Earl Warren is the white More than one person thoughthe tered In the Wisconsin primaryand Declaring that the present
man most trusted by American dramatized himself. Even was badly beaten. After canal will be unable to handle: DISTRICTS Supreme Court
Getting Away From It All Negro leaden, says Ebony Lord Alanbrooke felt this. Alan. that he said he had no political the growing maritime traffic In Justice Hugo L. Black refused
Lettuce magazine.The brooke chief of the British Tuesday to interfere with a low.
The ambition of the average young gen. aspirations. about 25 years, the council said
A hamburger by any other name costs couple seems to be to own a nice up-to- magazine, reporting on eral staff in World War n and Truman said MacArthur told the United States and Panama er court ruling giving Texas un.
'a lot more. date home and a nice car, to get away its poll of 69 prominent Negroes, a MacArthur admirer called him in 1950 the politicians had should agree on a number of In. til 1965 to redraw its congres.
from It In. said Ralph McGlll, publlsher-ed. him the greatest general of the made a "chump" of him in terlm reforms helpful to both sional districts.
-THE WINDSOR (Coix) BEACON -THI LIVINGSTON (MONT.) itor of the Atlanta Constitution war 1948. But at least at that par. sides. Two Texans had asked Blackto

tl' tl tic PAil COUNTY NEWI and U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert F. But he also said he saw the tlcular time MacArthur didn't These would Involve revising stay an April 1 order by the

Kennedy were runners-up. "tinge of actor" In him. have the kind of personalitythat the present treaty, raising canal three.Judge U.S. District Courtin

I Mac Arthur, after saying he appealed to politicians. tolls by perhaps 30 per cent and Houston.BE.

would fade away, did the oppo. Instead in 1952 the Republl. increasing Panama's yearly canal .
other site. He toured the country attacking *', can politicians turned to a com. receipts to $15 million from
B (
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONSTHE the administration of''pletely different type: the plan $1.9 million

President Harry Truman who' id, friendly, extroverted Dwight -

had fired himAn aide said D. Eisenhower Nevertheless, JEWS: Secretary: of State r--- A 'FRIEND'
?;'" w this was a crusade to save re MacArthur's name in Dean Rusk Is
9'V ....' > was put reported willing
s. "
( .' 4re .... "" l. presentatlve government. nomination.Like to consider steps the U.S. gov. S TO YOUR LIBRARY I

cddlIi : ,. < But :a Princeton historian. McArthur, Eisenhower ernment might take to try to
? '. Eric F. Goldman saw It other. was a war hero but, unlike Mac. dissuade the Soviet Union from
.. wise, called It the noisiest "fad. Arthur he would make an ideal

k tog away In history" and de. smoother of the troubled watersof "' .' : :",.... .
scribed MacArthur thus: "in those times. MacArthur has -

city: after city Mac Arthur was been quoted as calling him de. N -

the unabashed symbol of home naively "the best clerk I ever
and motherhood and what he had."

1 delighted in calling the 'simple, But, while MacArthur got only

four convention votes, Elsen.

hower got 845 and the nom Illa- "'IA


I Here's An., EASY PUZZLE Iu| tion.MacArthur had made the key.
note speech at that Republican ,
e convention. The delegates gave _
him huge applause. But former

Screen Performer I HH9'a::'" Anew President Herbert Hoover also LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSOne
,1 M VEbam.a. addressed the convention The
p NF applause for him was twice as reason we dread
HORIZONTAL 94 Short Jacket summertime:

? _.r: Depleted Computers long.From then on MacArthur fad. Men ( end some women) who have dres-

MtrltneS actress, VERTICAL HII iI d ed out of public life.STRICTLY sed and looked normal all winter_ are

GRAPES Of WRATH. $1964 Shells .1 Abjures 7 V _. ..........- going to start appearing in shorts.
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ZtduMcii., Gr..n.boro (N.C.).Duly. N..., PUNt BY COMPARISON" 2 Ensnare JI I "' '
- Hub.ntH.I, Lot Angle l H.r.ld. .min., 13 -sherSThet thing "" ''':' :' Brother, that's quite a Joltl

fans Over (prtflx) >, aN N Nomination for silliest
televi-
14 Walking stick *Uncommon N N
Sphinx on the Label 15 Symbol for I Writing fluid FRESHThe sion commercials : The knothead who
. nlton Chapters (sb) to Oedipus Intended
1SNoah'sboat Drtu edge 2t While 4Year (.b.) talks to a bar of soap in the shower -
Noodl e end o the r c hlcken sou De ore soh o m se It par DU care ly confess that they 11 Extinct bird Clcstrlces :30 Symbol for 43DtminuliveofIFour'R.Inan)15Symbol reason we need to and then says she is going "out
In hat water In America. Argument cross because they are not allowedto ) foitantalum ruthenium Stanley much seed "
plant so and
call it butter. 20 Oily ketOD' 33 King's home 41 Circle part grass stop traffic, and the Jugheadwho
the mount of
proceeds angrily on each is that half of it is
Lawyers and other experts may say Running It Beast :34 Biblical ITOitrlchlikebird year credits his blue suit (which he
chicken they should contain. This new folk take but- (,uRe)11 Carouses mountain bird for the birds.
what wUl ordinary
they : .
will be received in Britain with sympathy ter and to come from cows. 24 Organs of *' Alleged force 34 Matcullne title SO Accomplish could wear after curing a drastic
cream
hearing Forecasting: :J7Scoffs 82 Hawaiian bird By the time we get old case of dandruff
) for
nice sticky
and come lurpriie. The American They know, too, that the IS rur-bearln, the future at Nerve center 13 Symbol for enough not to care what getting him a
ire generally thought to have taken spreads which they and their children mammal 21 Pertaining of the body cerium anybody Job. This latter one sounds as if

I much tougher line than we do In this heap on to the butter or the margarine UHelthresort r 7- r the personnel
cannot as a general rule be expectedto tT Deciliters: I r .. 10 II iZ' manager hired the blue
matter of Lying down how far the consist largely of fruit. Still when b.) 11' j Ii suit not the Jerk with dandruff.

Ingredient of tin bottle or carton and they read some such statement as 21Symbol for ,, **iNiilFiF
of other etiamltic! goods should be "farmhouse Burbleberry Jam they calcium i IS 1 A ?; I Ifi 11 10) ,,191I
"Smdlat
mad plain and In detail for the beneftt would much prefer to have more space <(< b.) La U 1 / uSa Hal Boyle reports that an Ore-
of prospective buyeri. There have been and emphasis given to informing them =:u.: gon commission ruled that a woman
how many burbleberrles are to be found 32 Prepoaitlon .1: .:.;)
changes in recent In reaction who
years 4 her
In I pound and what else is there. quit Job after the boss cal-

against traditional reticence. But many The convention of wrapping up In :German river ; II led her "an old bag" was entitled to

people still find it hard to explain flowery words is far from being limited Arabian jQ says about us, no one
; r\ unemployment compensation. To be
why tome producers of good stuff to the things we eat and drink. It ia 40 Principal .. : says
41 Mortar hoe an)1h1ni.
) sure she deserves
since were asked u compensationin
not so long questions
ihbuld not be proud to proclaim exactly U M.ntll'"
about the meaning of "all wool" and faculties 0- Be suspicious when your addition to one free swing at her
what it is made of. Why do they to >S ...1 u sr 1f I
other well-aired phrases in the clothingline. 44 Measure of 1 doctor says you're as sound former boss with a baseball
often seem to. be coy about tilling bat. He
la
Happily the curious customer arts dollar.
:
IJO W"- 'iO as a
under their own colours? not left in the dark at much: as he used u Braxnln. didn't have to throw in that "old"

Margarine li still capable of arousing to be. But he continues to ask himself ,macaw 91 I ti3 It is said that many rise bit by golly.
little controversy about how long he will have to wait before all 4 Greek letter
pheasant
I 45 symbol for 'lit 'IS l 'D to the occasion, but few te4F44t4H>iF41*
whether its "." should be. hard or soft manufacturers come to regard it as a tellurium j'iI know when to sit down.

in colloquial speech: But all reasonablemen point of honour to put in the forefront U Mohammedan ,'fl iQ 51 Don't blame your carrier if the
will that It is of their to him factual rendering
appeal a
or women agree magistrate late
Those who stretch the truth paper was Tuesday
afternoon.lt
healthy and millions find it most palat- of what they have to sell. The II Wrttee offantasia 5S often find that It snaps back and
tjiit. from time to time, however, those Times (London> bits them. was the fault of a cranky press.1jt .



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4 Melchior Lived .... ...
Airport ,fi ; ";::' ':" i '' .i,
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JOHN "? i : p Alone One Year ..I I:1'. .-: \\Vi". '.'.',', ,' ..:,R, "ff''D"'I', .0\,...: i
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Notes .- /s' D' ..! I'.,WRY on NBC's "Today &ho*::-vul-
Now Will Marry AP T : :i: writer change networks in a coo; :e ctw..kI.
aatlsaa-. as5.gggp,' _, .--- .--....- -. tr .
'was tax :.I''( Ni.\V: :- -Taltvlston
For all practical purposes In this department. ''LLYWOOD AP-oJ'1 have 'viewer ,I I' 11.1l1;\ g,>lng to CBS said Agronsky would appear .
the season is now a thing of the charters Included trips i alone for a year and I I have J 0' (?" sea that con. regularly u reporter t3
past but It did not bow out amt and return and a f ,\,' not liked It. So I thought I Ii trover, I 11st, .ciay fight news analyst"CBS and also would" baused
by
without i uld have a companion (orMinMt ABC at i it next Saturday Reports.
providing some hec Boca Grande to M r }earn," afterno, \ ,IO 1 its "Wide World of "CBS Reports" plans a rare
tic action for Naples Airlines. Cessna 182 saw action I write Mflctilor waa talking Sports' _"oYo.ABC's two-part series on French Pres
Last week was another record- to and from Miami, as t! i ''II mountaintop chalet about radio network broad. ident Charles de Gaulle, the
breaker for the local airline Twin Cessna. The twin rnarrla** May' 21 to Mary 'east the right on Feb. 25. Now first to be shown April 29 and
with a total of 351 passengers Piper Apache was M"r.hall4o.'ur.uld television Us television network has ac. the second a week later. ,
carried between Naples and Miami two Miami charters ,nicer who was once his sea quired rights to a film of the.1x.roU'1d Groucho Marx and his wife,
on the scheduled and charter rathon Naples flight. '11'A pretty, personable heavyweight Cham Eden, will appear in an adapt
nights. This Is an all- ly reburnlshed 172 J e t l I.., she was at Mi side plonahli 1 1ln i out mad for showingIn tatlon of a comedy Groucho
time high for any one seven- to Miami, Boca ( at her future husband motion picture theaters. 111. wrote 10 years ago and which
again helping answer his i it not, hoer, the blow.byblow has been a staple for him Insumm.r
period with
day of The
most the popular
Tampa.
t 'ol, 'tape of the battle seen by pay. stock "Time for Ellz.abeth" .
action coming on Sunday when Comanche again flew V,'Ichlor at 74 teems a lone ing customers 01a closed-clr.! will be the April 24 show
73 passengers were carried be. nights In the r w from being finished. His firth 'cult bn>JJciat of the fight on NBC's Bob Hope Theatre.
tween the two points. sion with four flights >llll Wagnerian both he and CBS News raided the NBC
Needless to say the over- ami, and one each to luture bride agree he'll be :news department| and carriedoff Recommended tonight "CBS
whelming majority of passen- Tampa, Opa-Locka and ,ig-and his rich tenor can a rlzet Martin Agroniky. Reports," 7:30.8:30 EST.Colum.
gers were flown from Naplesto land. The Lakeland i ring to the rafters. The Washington-based reporter, nlst Walter Llppmann 1s Inter
Miami with little demand for bit unusual In that the "We are evidence of his youth who i is trust often been aeen viewed by Eric Sevareld on the
seats on the return flights. All ger had missed his ,,51 was offered In' Miss 'condu 'tlig earnest, Intelligent state of the nation and the
available equipment was press ami and then chartered M kiiam with mork com Interviews with political figures world.

ed into service to handle the to catch up with It .I'' It
loads. Captain Mike Hollowellset land where he boarded *," moon In lI.lwall and then a ,fi
kolng to leave me to hunt Ice
somewhat of a record by monster for the trip u In Norway and Green Ijl Mf
flying four round trips in one The most unusual 1, I I."
of the Lockheeds without getting of the week were two M-lihlor, added: "After hunt. a
out of the cockpit except for a penqulns flown over .t li Ice bear, I look forward tong r
15-minute period In Miami. On for John Slater. back to a warm hone"
one of his quick turn-arounds, With the rush now 1 It now Involved, In plan
the ground crew serviced and for another year, r"rul'tJlsh his Mulholland
line-checked the aircraft load- sonnel are now busily Olive home, a shiwiilare which
J. FOLEY author shown in environment
publisher is relaxing an .
ed baggage and and In scheduling various t it ire* his hunting trophies, ao
had the engines passengers started ,just Into the shops for in the field of horticulture he loves. See story (NEWS photo) Itlll fit his new family Illshrldl''o.he
has 3. old
a ear son
) >
three minutes after they were The 182 Cessna 1s
l'a previous marriage, also
shut down on the ramp In Na- In a palm shop In Opa School) 1 For Paradise! named Laurllz.

ples. One of the linemen com- undergoing a complete "The box and I get along IIII
mented he felt just like a race Installation and fine," said Melchior, himself a ., I I I f fo
j car pit crew member at the ing. It will be Caribbean kiamlfather "hut then, I have
To Have
Indianapolis "500". the Lucky MelcliU I III t tvtl
Despite coming Monday by always liked children. nd tl
the tight scheduling all passengers which will receive the has Mowed down in recent years o ''ail 1 ;
and he has earned his rest !li'
arrived In Mamt In treatment plus a cabin I
ample time to make all the connecting cation for additional began singing opera In 1913 and 'tlI
Says Horticulturist his work load has matched the ,
flights although some and seats, and major j4ti
size (if his voice and build. At I f
were a bit closer than we would on the engines and
the
Metropolitan Opera House
like to see them.CHARTERS, One Lockheed will be SAM ENGLAND creation, Inspiration and relax greatest glory. Natural (form, alone he performed 512 times,
to Sebring early next with its Ideal cli ation for ten from the begin grace of habit, picture sourness> missing!! only three engage.
ACTIVE engine change, then on prep school ning of time. So elemental a of silhouette, distinctive features meiila. I ,, r
Last week was also one of Locks for painting and who come here symbol u a tree by the very of bark, twigs and I __________

the most active charter periods work. The other for paradise In mystery engendered In Its branching habit ... these and 'Cry The Blues'
airport personnel can re- be receiving a cockpit world," says Daniel growth has made man marvelat other natural attributes of
call A total of 2lchartertrlpswere cation following this noted author pub- those mysteries which he plants are all too often lost t I' arty PlannedBy

flown to various these ships come I lecturer In the field did not understand with the too tree use of
points region.'I "You do prune Elks ClubA --- -.-- --- ---......................,...-
during the week and all equip- shops, they will be < not have to be a ing hook and shears.
ment again got In on the act Provlncetown for the from Doston and Sa gardener or even a devotee of novel 'Cry the Blues"party NOT MEI I'm a ball player! Reluctant Scot Turner just

season, and If all goes 1 ., was In Naples to nature to stand In awe beforea HAPPY BALANCE will b* held by members of can't Imagine why anyone would want to kiss pretty

Writers To Tell ned all the aircraft i the Garden Club Mon- palm tree, a giant redwoodor "Somewhere In between our the day,]Naples April 11 Elks::, at Club 6 p.m.on Satur.at the Sunken Gardens Model Duane Hinson. Scot's got the

on the Cape by the < at the Invitation of a maple decked out In all present way of gardening andthe 1 clubhouse on 13th Avenue, South. assets of an All-American boy for he's energetic loves
Source Of Ideas June. I Ms. John Burnhain. the beauty of Its autumnal ar- more formal aspects of(this i
Members of the Writers' II It I Is president of rayl"The I Imaginative area, there are unlimited Invitations are extended to baseball and is always on the go in his father's well-

Forum of the Air will tell their t Club. tree was man's first possibilities for selec- wives of club members as wellas known attraction at St Petersburg, but kissing girlsis

Invisible audlertce why they write Twisters, a bit presump- cathedral' and still remains so ting noteworthy plants and combining fair guests at $2.50: Donations per couple for the will af. just not in the rule book at this stage of the game.

and where they ret their ideas t Invite me here as a today them... trees, shrubs Include cocktails, dinner and Scot will always love baseball, but don't worryin
for writing In their weekly pre. In Dixie Foley said, "when Foley quoted from Ralph ground covers perennials and dancing
a apokesman
said
sentatlon at 6:35 a few his ideas about girls will change)
o'clocktomor.row ( Countlans have in Waldo Emerson "All my hurts, Bulbs ... to create gardens and years
hlght. Gardens the most my garden spade can heal." plantings that are relativelyeasy
Comprising the panel will be Minor !
botanical gardens to "For centuries" continued to care for."Elaborate .

ta and Ed Tllden Fohl Mrs.,,Terry Mrs Eleanore.Weed Charlotte,Mrs.Champion.Juanl.Durno lent ATLANTA spring, Ga.weather(AP) I ,! anywhere.to find such It a Is mar-most have Foley,been"the concerned makers of with gardens the become complicated design and tends Involved to- This week's SERVICE SPECIAL J at

control of nature ... Too
pruningand Intricate
Mrs.",Jackie Hearth will be tha parts of the South as of birds and a pattern
moderator., rain caused flash I viewing and educa snipping, trimming and lOOp consumes Itself and those
four states and I public. It Is some training... to keep plants within who attend it by the care required -
scotched through the I proud of." bounds, all the while moldingthe So the plea becomes... 0 /
Key Clubbers leaving mostly minor shapes which they will assume let's keep our gardens aufflclently -
The twisters pounced BOOKS and limiting space which simple In deslgntoallow -

Will Attend Alabama, danced Foley, a free lance they will occupy ourselves the full measureof
lions of Georgia and i In his field, Is also "This high degree of cultivation enjoyment which the con
reported in South two more books to has not always revealedthe tinuing adventure of gardening

State MeetingTen storms Most of Tuesday the damage was I already published. --jewels-_of._nature---In- their affords." WHEEL BALANCE and
-- -
for Gardeners --
houses ,
and
members of the Cluba outbuildings.
Key j f Gardening!," will
were uprooted and
Naples Senior High School youth wires were ripped down. 1' of the books he Is BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
organization, plan to attend the h
Key Club State Convention ache. rlous Injuries were i- a/ '
duled for April 16.17-18 in Jack- A restaurant near published five books
sonvllle. Ga., lost its roof and ,i five books on ou :.
Stanley Boynton who is lleute. was estimated at $1,000. I( customs around the f BOTH )
nant governor of Key Club Divl. A tornado lifted a co-authored with ]}r' $ 5 5 p
lion 11, will lead the Naples dele. about 1,000 feet before | Sawyer Lord a book Byi FOR 5 } ..
GLADYS ,,
gallon to the convention, log It on a pasture on I "Easter Garlands." AND QITINTIN VAN DER VEER ONLY Sii; -
=
Pauline w ANY
Boynton announced that mem near S.C. known books are m --1
Len of the club will hold a car As residents of ,' Flowers in Color" l--- AMERICAN CArr53 :
wash Saturday April 11, in an communities set about for and :
houses and beginners, ,
effort to raise funds to pay ex. damage caused repairing by the ; Covers for Euler 'J We precision balance all 4 whet! (no extra
penses to the convention He said
the car wash will be held in the lowland dwellers were : ." kimJ charge for weights) adjust' your brakes, add fluid!
for flooding caused by editor during the
of the Floor Cover.
rear Naples
ings firm on Sixth AvenueSouth, rains. I| of the Hortl- if needed and clean and repack front wheel bearings.

between Eighth andNlnthStreets, At least 60 I In this work
beginning at 9 a.m. forced from their homes I| : with Arno GUITARSSEE
"An excellent job both inside lying sections Of son of Dr. Henry
!,
Austell
nearby
and out," said Boynton "will where founded the Carib

cost our customers just "$1.We'll flooded and the after Chattahoochee two days i j dens. Dr. Nehrllng OUR BIGSELECTION WHEEL MonroMaticALIGNMENT
deliver
and
pick up too. Low sections of ': : I!! Naples from 1918 to
A special telephone line has
and Knoxville Term,
been Installed for the event and SHOCK
customers can get quick resultsby gomery, Ala, also were subject,Foley
The Weather Bureau authority and dis OF
calling Ml 2-6600. said Boyn.
ton. gomery said the ) Interest. ABSORBERS '

Boynton; Richard Woodruff, er may exceed Its ... the most en- GUITARS'NOW ," ., l'
president elect of the Key Club; by as much as 10 feet hobbles, the most $150 60. DAY

Billie Bryan, vice-president gomery.Coolest : of arts, the most ,.;K '
elect; and Rusty EUerdink,were aturea in the weather teens with and % of luxuries, has I FREE

guests of the Klwanls Club at In the northern Plains of solace, re- Many Styles ;::. Parts extra
Monday night's meeting The Key TRIAL RIDE "
Club is sponsored by the Klwanls per Mississippi Valley. needed. !
covered the north FROM LITTIaESPARKS.
Club. ta choose,
states aiuLraugavl up to (
in the eastern Gulf .tat.
Thornton To Be 30s and 40s were from.

much of the West except GIANT FOREST
Named FEC Head SOs In Southern i ithe firestone DELUXE CHAMPION
Southwest desert ; I Pearl B.il.>, one of the Meter song Hjllnln for
&&
MIAMI (AP)-W.L. Thornton, .
han of album rucking bit
some 'U" a pair up
vice president and chief operat. -
---t"- -- -
tig officer of the Florida East tin In the Irritate mirkrt The album. are "I'rarl ,, NEW TREADS
Coast Railway, will be named Balky Sinn for Adulla" and Iort Son... for Adult,

president of the FEC next Only" Actor Jack Lemmas once entertained Idea RETREADS APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES
month, the Herald said today. this is : of becoming a concert pUninl, Dinah should! b* a Plus tan

The appointment would make biff name In the Crmhj> houtrhold Th tong weea and 4
33-yearold Thornton one of the on. of Ring Crosby's first Mf hill after brrtkini WHITEWAUSS/I Q49 tradointiraa

youngest presidents of any mat the -.4L away from Paul tthitrman Later -hm brother li..b of

jor FEC U.S.In 1960.railroad. He joined the _- Joined the I>on.,.. hi. first big dice turret' -. r ANY SIZE .X iafYour

"Dinah". Now that the younger Crosby* art trying car
William B. Thompson Jr. re. t. Make' It on their sun. Ihry !kicked" off -ilh fcl>inh"

signed the presidency Tuesday, CX> E -.al rally-a* their Got. retreat .
effective May 14, and board \ ,

chairman Edward Ball said ( MuaU I la _hrr.rr It appar and through _hat. Open Every Nile 'Til 6 PM Saturdays 'Til 4 PMLINEBACK'S
will be ;
Thompson's successor r< ever medium, .01.., instrument or perruivlon Organ,
that elected date.at a board meeting on L' best buy in the 10,000 islands and piano. are, perhaps m...t fundamental. of all

,,,.,,......,,,*. Come lo \',IN HEK >'lEft MtSU'
Ball said Thompson resignedto l Here are 36 acres or high land on little Marco Island. CENTER Ills "th St. if your tatle runt to eitherof
the Association of
to
return he .. sale to learn to play than
They are you
American Railroads In Washing This includes 900' of beautiful beach and extends 1400'
C. but will remain on think. Talk It our *ilh f.LADlS OK IRINTIN
ton, D. ,
I the board as an advisor to the deep to the Inland Waterway. Hundreds of virgin ANYTIME AT 101R COMEMKNCE. ANUt IV
I new FEC president. 8PECT OUR PIANOS ORGANS AND GUITARS Tire fo
i I Nonoperatlnc unions have Sabal I Palms make this ideal for sub-dividing $72,000 AT YOUR LEISURE OR CALL I'S AT .V II| .J632.. $ tie

I been on strike against the FEC (terms available), Phone MI 2.2452 now)
I since Jan. 23, UU, and operat.
I log unions have observed picket Van Der Veer Music Center
lines The railroad has resumed Wilson DycLes Realtor
(INC.
I I rled freight passengers.service but has not ar. 1144 Third Street South Naplos." Florid Naples Shopping Center Ph. MI 2-46311 9383rdAv.. N. Ml 25722&ar.MII


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ECOrl M'I NEW YORK ( since then
__/ who used to be as wide as a In the years Burl

The Answer Is Not DifficultSeveral ::, : /. 2/l4c; ": F.' forest much ,that has now slimmed he can down hide behind so has way appeared plays, given in seven 32 hundreds albums Broad.of

r red. concerts, recorded of
most Inopportune times (usually betweena a single full-jrown
for made 15 films and writ.
candidates songs,
current governor bad breath toothpaste and a pitch f. \ \ \ wood tree. .
spot > .I II. in the ten four books.He
of Florida have been complaining "I've lost 75 pounds
for some underarm deodorant) and are / I N last four months, and I expectto is one of the most famous
bitterly about the exhorbitant cost of % another 75 pounds by "pack rats" in show business.His .
not overly persuasive. drop nlne room, old fashioned
-
for state'shighest the
conducting a campaign our the end of the year, said
It Is often pointed out by the candi- big genial actor and folk singer apartment on the upper WestSide
office. dates that usedto latest here is crowded with sou.
a gubernatorial campaign After completing his
This Is heard lust at regularly he venlrs of his travels every.
complaint cost only about $100,000. But they film, a fantasy In which
thing from battleship flags to
rolls / Arabian nights
plays fat
the gubernatorial race a
as neglect to take into consideration thatIn genie, Burl decided to peel off African battle speir""I
around which Is every four years. think I'm happier now than
those halycon days the candidate was some of his 500.plus poundage.He
the cost of these campaignsIs y + went to Duke University in I've ever been-and I'm 54.
Actually, trying to reach around one million flor- When I was younger I didn't
North Carolina to try its famous
becoming staggeringly high In the idians. Now a candidate must try to rice diet treatment. have enough sense to be happy"

neighborhood of $1-milion! per candidate reach around five million people According to Ives, the fat Ives said. to
done about It melted from him magically "I recommend nothing any.
But what should be
through a multitude of newspapers, radio body, but life is pretty compll.
... .. "For 10 or 15 years I was on
.
to be the $64 question It's be- cated and I think It helps to try
seems
stations, television stations, and other a high protein diet-and I kept
be like the weather about to simplify It. That's what I did
said.
ginning to media that didn't even exist back In gaining weight, he
by
with food problem going
my
said talks "I can walk 10 miles a day
which Mark Twain everybody
the : the rice diet.
$100,000 campaign days. r.n now and never get tired. Before on
but nobody does anything. that I'd Ilk. steam engine "I do as I alw&have: I
On top of that, a dollar bought a puff a
life ear and live it dayby
by ,
play
In a recent television appearance with great deal more in the good old days. when I went haudsprlnglng. day.
"I used to have hot plpet"-
four other candidates, Rep. Karl said the Somewhere In the vicinity of four timesas his term for stomach upsets- "If something comes along
of conducting was and I want to do it, I do it. If
cost a campaign much. "and colds before I went on this
diet. Since then I haven't had not, I go sailing and spit in the
shamefully high and suggested that all
this of
But the answer to problem hot pipes or a cold," Ives said. water.
candidates reduce expenses by appear downa "What keeps us from joy is
exhorbitant campaign costs seems quite "I used to have to put

Ing together on the same platforms and simple. If each candidate would practice pound of steak before I went mostly cobwebs ourselves.in our We minds.have too
to make I many
a recording. Now can
debating the Issues face-to-face. The very what he preaches and conduct his cam eat a few grains of boiled rice "At this point in my life my

next day this newspaper received In the paign In the same efficient and sensible and sing like a bird." feeling is to follow my instincts,
mail five of the exact Ives started plucking out tuneson to move as things happen
separate
copies he claims he the
state- to
manner can run rather than according planor
a guitar as a 5-year-old
same press release from Rep. Karl's head then the of for to achieve any set goal.
cost running governor a farmboy. Becoming bored on a
..a'a 'i t \ \,, "'I have found that you haveto
quarters, Each of the five duplicate would come a lot cheaper.As \7lpRp summer day during his junior
life
much
move pretty as
copies carried a stamp. for the argument that candidatesmust : Ng',7 ImIItIm::: : ; ; :::::: =: ) of year an in English college class, he on walked a sudden out presents situations to you. I'm

If all newspapers received five copiesof promise favors In return for con Nc u ''' 'Vc v' impulse to see the world. All he pretty py-go-lucky." I'm nota I

the same press release, which wasn't tributions to their campaign funds thatIs . took along was his guitar and worrier.

earth-shattering in Importance and was that the Individual -..., : ." -_.,......,...",,..:.,,,<_,,,,,,,,,<<.:.,>' '01
a matter only can ,
The "
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not used In this paper, then Rep. Karl didates can cope with They are not World TodayBy fl_ Y. '}i,_', ,.. .' .... !!"} i:: :,1 ;:;. ". ;: :m.

could have saved a potful of money required to accept contributions from The JAMES! MARLOWE

simply by checking his mailing list and persons who want to receive favors In Associated Pr... News Analyst

Installing a bit more efficiency In his return. . Today In Washington


campaign headquarters.Every looking at the problem from a practical By TAIPEI THE ( WASHINGTON (AP) When eternal truths of the American

gubernatorial candidate sends point of view, it would seem beneficial mar Vice definitive biography of Gen. way.' 't- BY THE ASSOCTATID PRESS

out bales of press releases which they to a candidate to have Nixon had a .. Mac Arthur Is finally (Goldman is now President
be used. as many President it will be one of the fas. Johnson's special assistant as.
must know In advance will not campaign contributors as possible for Nationalist stories of American his signed to pick ideas from Amer. WASHINGTON (APIn the ..411....e l oars peraecu t1 ono f .D..t.n._v._.

Any newspaper that did use all of this each contributor then has a direct InterestIn A qualified '. lea's brainiest men.) news from Washington Jews.

material would have no space left for the and will pair exchanged By his very nature-the drive Nevertheless, MacArthur got "GREATEST GOOD:" President A delegation from the Amerl.can .
campaign undoubtedlywork affairs, success and domination, the thunderous ovations every. Johnson dropped In on an Jewish Conference on SovIet .
any other news. Millions of cards, stickers harder and longer for the candidate ion in to criticism, the in. where. But if !fie had preslden. AFL-CIO meeting Tuesday night Jewry conferred with Rusk

posters, etc., are carelessly dis than he otherwise would. Observe how opinions, the sense of tlal hopes-he said he didn't- and told the labor union officials for some 90 minutes Tuesday.
MOSCOW < -he was born to attract he soon found the acclaim he Afterward spokesman Lewis H.
tributed candidate. Onehalfthat "the government has but one
by
every fervently a better roots for the horse he in, the world repel. And he did. got was for his heroic military purpose-the greatest good for Weinstein of Boston told news
number would be more than enoughto favors. has been given He had admirers and critics services and went no further. the greatest number." men "We asked the secretaryto

litter up the streets and highways of The will said before official military rUMer..up.'f his days, some of them in. He was a controversial figureat Johnson made his surprise use the government's good of.
the complaint as 6tar announced ., too. a time when Americans were visit at the dinner meeting of flees to make known to the So.
state. show up every four years come rain garin will head His command of the language getting sick of controversy sick the labor organization's Indus. viet government our grave con.
The number of television spot announcements or come shine. But the candidates them- nauts desk." probably better than that of the Korean war and sick of trial union department after cern for the situation and status
purchased by the candidates dicate whether any other military figure of the divisions wrought by Me. turning up at a National Press of the three million Jews in the
selves could provide the answer as easy work at the time. But even here, In the Carthylsm with all that meantin Club reception saluting new Soviet Union."

pW.JL Is ,amazinq? *.A.These if, ,?>spots rv/.,.,run 4 V. .t the,... ss..f Ulng.ofl... Jog:.'?*" ., .';. \ .. of It, he forced people to distrust, anger, hate. White House press secretary
.. .. There talk President'
Iml .. _It.1. 14 __ _<.! '::1rt': "'" NEW DELHI ( ) sides. was of MacArthur George Reedy.COPPANAMAi QUAKE RELIEF
Paul Adams, Among other things he diluted for president but not much at -_ Johnson signed Into law' Tues.
snxexeasi"* ; ,, ti ;-r = it Ji1' chief of U.S. rhetoric with sentimentality that particular time, which was A Republican day legislation making $50 mil.

die East and When he told Con. 1951, a year before the 1652 Citizens Council headed by Mil lion available for earthquake
ferred in New after being dismissed presidential race. ton S. Eisenhower, has urged disaster relief in Alaska.As .
Chester Bowles his Korean command, that In 1948, MacArthur had said U.S.-Panamanlan agreement on he put hIs pen to the
dor to Indla.CHlCAOO. soldiers fade away and he he would accept the Republican a "wholly new treaty" within 25 measure, Johnson said, "This
.... .... ..... about to. Some wept. Some nomination if It was offered to years for a second, sea-level} sets a record. It went up Mon.
OPINION : : ( distaste. him. He let his name be entered canal. day and it's back today."
tic. Earl More than one person thought in the Wisconsin primaryand Declaring that the present
man most dramatized himself. Even was badly beaten. After canal will be unable to handle DISTRICTS: Supreme Court
Getting Away From It All Negro leaders Alanbrooke felt th... Alan. that he said he had no political the growing maritime traffic in Justice Hugo L. Black refused

Adding Lettuce The ambition of the average younihambUJ'ler magazine.The ., chief of the British gen. aspirations. about 25 years, the council said Tuesday to Interfere with a low.
staff in World War n and Truman said MacArthur told the United States and Panama er court ruling giving Texas un.
A couple setma to be to own a nice upto'a -
lot more. by any other name costs date home-and a nice car, to get away its poll of 69 MacArthur admirer, called him in 1950 the politicians had should agree on t number of in. til 1963 to redraw its congres.
from It In said Ralph the greatest general of the made a "chump" of him in terlm reforms helpful to both slonal districts.
-THB WINDSOR (COLD,) BEACON -THE LIVINGSTON (MONT) itor of the 1948 But at least at that par. sides. Two Texans had asked Blackto
PAK COUNTY KIWI and U.s. Atty. he also said he saw the titular time MacArthur didn't These would Involve revising stay an April 1 order by the
Kennedy were of actor" In him. have the kind of personalitythat the present treaty, raising canal three-judge U.S. District CourtIn
MacArthur, after saying he appealed to politicians. tolls by perhaps 30 per cent and Houston.
I t would fade away, did the oppo. Instead, in 1952 the Republl.can increasing Panama's yearly ca.
others PLEASE/ site. He toured the country attacking politicians turned to a com nil receipts to $11 million from
say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS the administration of pletely different type: the plan $1.9 million.
President Harry S. Truman who id, friendly, extroverted Dwight
had fired him. An aide said D. Eisenhower, Nevertheless, JEWSt Secretary of State BE A 'FRIEND'TO
M this was a crusade to cave representative MaeArthur's name was put in Dean Rusk is reported willing
government. nomination.Like to consider steps the U.S. gov. YOUR LIBRARYRemarks
But a Princeton historian McArthur, Eisenhower ernment might take to try to
Eric F. Goldman, saw it other. was a war hero but, unlike Mac. dissuade the Soviet Union from
wise, called it the noisiest "fad. Arthur, he would make an Ideal

r log away in history" and de. smoother of the troubled waters Zt"' :':':' ':': ? :: .*:o.tr ;
scribed MacArthur thus "In of those times. MacArthur has ::4 -
i
city after city MacArthur was been quoted as calling him de. M
the unabashed symbol of home naively "the best clerk I ever -
and motherhood and what he had."

al delighted in calling the 'simple, But, while MacArthur got only

four convention votes, Elsen.
e bower got 845 and the nomina.

I Here's AnEASY, PUZZLE J tlon.MacArthur had made the key. -
note speech at that Republican
convention. The delegates gave r !fj':' 'r JiU [TI TIA
him huge applause. But former

I Screen Performer'J p, -strode the AUwerp President addressed Herbert the convention.Hoover also The LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS

applause for him was twice as One
reason dread
we
summertime
HOKIZONTAL 54 Short Jacket :
1 Depicted 8S Computers long.From then on MacArthur fad. Men ( and some women) who have dres-

1I""Ww ? stress VERTICAL 8d out of. public life f4d.ani: looked norr.solall1rl1nhrare-
Marlene_ '-- = ::= -----
THE GRAPES OF WRATH, 1964 1 Abjures I going to start
tStielsa I in
ZKh act", Gr.*iubora (NCO.Jy) N.... UMY COMPARISON 2 Ensnare appearing shorts.
Hub.nth.l, Lot Angels H.r.ld.E .m n.r IJShe--e her 3 That thing :.. .. w."$ 17STRICTLY Brother, that's quite a Joltl
fens Over prefix) /r > u N Nomination for
silliest
14 Walking stick I Uncommon N N televi-
. the LabelL M Symbol for I Wrltlni auld FRESHThe sion commercials : The knothead who
Sphinx on T e0 latended
capon Chapters (ab) to Oedipus
II Ha.h' boat I Dress edge 29 While 41 Year (ib.) talks to a bar of soap in the shower -
Noodle and other chicken soups art who make publicly) confess that they IT Extinct bird CICllrlc.1 :30 Symbol for 43DiminutiveofIFourRomsn)10Symbol reason we need to and then says she is going "out
In hot water In America. Argument are cross because they are not allowedto foi ruthenium200Uy Stanley plant to much grass seed and "
tantalum 93 King home 4t Circle part470strlchlike stop traffic and the
,
call it butter ketone Jugheadwho
the amount of each is that half of it Is
angrily on year
proceeds Lawyers and other experts may say 22 Running 11 Beast :34 B bllcal credits his blue suit (which he
for the birds
chicken should contain This newt 12 Carouies mountain bird
they but- )
what ordinary folk take course (.uMx .
will
will be received In Britain with sympathy they : to come from cows. 24 Organs of I! Alleged force ::18 Masculine title SO Accomplish could wear after curing a drastic
ter and cream 21 forealUnl 31 Scoffs S2 Hawaiian bird the time old
hearing By we get case of dandruff
and tome surprise The American They know too. that the nice sticky 25 Fur.beerln the future U Nerve eenler U Symbol for enough not to care what ) for getting him a
are generally thought to have taken spreads which they and their children mammal Pertaining of the body cerium anybody Job. This latter one sounds as if

a much tougher line than we do in this heap cannot on, at to a the general butter rule or the be margarine expectedto t726 Health.resort I z.'i IS ja 1 rr ..I I ILI il. the personnel manager hired the blue

matter of laying down how far the consist largely of fruit Still when ( .) 11 I suit not the Jerk with dandruff.

Ingredients of tin bottle or carton and they read some such statement as 2.Symbol for #*iH1o********
of other etll1J\.tlc goods should be "farmhouse Burbleberry Jam" they calcium' liS W--f--f3IPronoun [i i30"Salls )

made plain and In detail for the benefit would much prefer to have more space ( .) '::0 ill t Hal Boyle reports that an Ore-
of prospective buyers There have been and emphasis given to informing them gon commission ruled that a woman

changes In recent years In reaction how lo a many pound burbltberrles and what else are is to there.be found M Prepoaltlon Chum NS3 Q who quit her job after the boss cal-

against traditional reticence. But mans The convention of wrapping it up In :German river y,.. Z1 led her "an old bag" was entitled to

L people still! find it hard to explain Bowery words Is far from being limited Arabian4o Principal .::6 J .. ::10 says about us, no one unemployment compensation. To be
of stuff to the eat and drink. It la anything
why some producers good things we Hotter hoe ... J says .
u- sure she
deserves
asked s1 8 ... compensationin
were
not so long since questions
shbuld not bt proud to proclaim exactly I341: M.ntl! __
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about the meaning of "all wool. and faculties Be suspicious when your addition to one free swing at her
what it is made of. Why do they so t'1 1 u k 31 l
other well-aired phrJses in the clothing U Measure of ;, doctor says 'ou're as sound former boss with a baseball
bat.
He
be about sailing
to -
often seem -
coy
line Happily the curious customer Is area 1 1 -- 10 as a dollar,
under their own coloursT not )left in the dark as much as he used Is .. - didn't have to throw in that "old"

Margarine li still capable of arousing to be But he continues to ask himself /t Greek:;: letter 41 I : 'd It is said that many rise bit by golly.
jfleaiant little controversy about how long he will have to wait before all : to the occasion but few
a Symbol for 'i't 'd ;: J '; 0 ************
whether Its "," should be hard or soft manufacturers come to regard It as a tellurium / know when to sit down.
j
in colloquial speech But all reasonablemen point of honour to put in the forefrontof 41 Mohammedan 5Q )jII Don't blame your carrier if the

or women will agree that it is their appeal to him a factual rendering magistrate Sot Those who stretch the truth paper was late Tuesday afternoon.lt
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Airport ZATE r' Melchior Lived W; ;. 'i7E; i

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Notes B1) ,' LCWHY on NSC's "Today Sho.;:-will

Now Will Marry AP T r ji: writer change networks in a coo;:. ofweek.
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sots aa
''LLVWOOD DAP-J'1 have viewer .: (uaih f,ing to CBS said Agronsky would ap.
For all practical purposes, in this department. Lockheed r 6 6t regularly u
f i alone for a ear and 1 have i n see that con pear reporter aid
the season U now a thing of the charters Included trips to vi- not liked it. So I thought troveri; i ist, nua fight. news analyst and also would be
put, but It did not bow and a trip f r')11l used by '"CBS Reports."
out amt and return, hid have a companion for ABC wi! -1 t. -A u next Saturday
without providing some hec- Boca Grande to Tampa 'he n.set. >ears." afternoi, .in Us "Wide World of "CBS Reports" plans a rare
tic action for Naples Airlines. Cessna 182 saw action In W's, I tutu Melchior was talking Sports' ,show two- art series on French Pres.

Last week was another record- to and from Miami, as did he i ai \is mountalntop chalet about ABC's, radio network broad dent Charles do Gaulle, the
breaker for the local airline, Twin Cessna. The twin ei c. ie .larriate Mar :23 to Mary cut the fight on Feb. 25. Now first to be shown April 21 and
with a total of 361 passengers Piper Apache was utilize o" M,.. 'k'lam, 4o.'ear.old television it* television network has c. the second a week later .
carried between Naples and MIami two Miami charters plus aa! > t Lacer who was once his sec* quired rights to a film of the Grcucho Marx and his wife,
six.rou cham. Eden, will appear in an adap.
'I i j". A pretty, personable heavyweight
the '
on scheduled and char- rathon Naples flight. The ne v
I of
jc>. slv was at his side plonshlp I ivut made for showing tattoos a comedy Groucho
.
ter flights. This Is an all- reburnished 172 flew tri\.s
18
ly wrote
inc .tt her future husband, In motion picture theaters It U years ago and which
time high for any one seven- to Mlam'' Boca Grande, a:4 again helping answer his not, however, the blow-by Alow has been a staple for him In

day period, with most of the Tampa. The popular i iper r.oil. tape of the battle seen by pay. summer stock. "Time for Qlz.
action coming on Sunday, when Comanche again flew the sat 'lohlor at 74 seems a longw Ing customers on a closed 73 passengers were carried between flights In the Air-Taxi civl- from being finished. His firth cult broadcast of the fight. NBC's Bob Hope Theatre

the two points. slon, with! four flights to Miami I- :-: UU Wagnerian both he and CBS News raided the NBC

Needless to say, the overwhelming and one each to Orlando, future bride agree he'll berand news department and carried Recommended tonight "CBS
off a ,rUet Martin Afronsky. Reports," 7:304:30 EST.Colum.nlst .
majority of passen- Tampa. Opa-Locka and Lakeland his rich tenor can
gers were flown from Naplesto The Lakeland trip was a 1.1. 1 ring to the rafters."We The 5I\tngton-b..ed reporter, Walter Llppmann Is Inter
who most often been viewed by Eric Sevareld the
are evidence of his youth. a seen on
Miami with little demand for bit unusual In that the passen-
ss was offered b) Miss condo:ting earnest Intelligent slat of the nation and the
seats on the return flights. All ger had missed his tralr In Miami -
world.
M k am with murk com Interviews with political figure
available equipment was press- and then chartered the sUp \' lit
ed Into service to handle the to catch up with it In .eke- moon In Hawaii and then

loads. Captain Mike Hollowell land, where he boarded the Iron > ,<( ilny to leave me to hunt Icet 7jTJ
set somewhat of a record by monster for the trip north. 11 In Norway and Green J

flying four round trips In one The most unusual passergers 1. 1." ,
of the Locl
out of the cockpit except for a penguins flown over from Miami it ice bear, 1 look forward to.

15-mlnute period In Miami, On for John Slater, mg bark to a warm home;

one of his quick turn-a rounds, With the rush now behind them Is now Involved In plans

the ground crew serviced and for another year, Airline per- refurbish his Mulholland
C ive home, a showplace which
line-checked the aircraft,load sonnel are now busily engagedIn DANIEL J. FOLEY author, publisherand Is shown relaxing in an environmenthe ii, inures his hunting trophies, so

ed baggage and passengers,and scheduling various aircraft lecturer in the field of horticulture loves. See tory (NEWS photo) tt111 fit his new family. Ut.t'I'ldeoto.be 1
had the engines started just Into the shops for maintenance. has a 3.>parold son

three minutes after they were The 182 Cessna is presentlyIn IT a previous marriage, also
shut down on the ramp In Naples a paint shop In Opa-Locka, "PIOt'p I School For l Pm.acli' eWe're named LaurlU.

One*of the linemen com undergoing a complete Interior "The boy and 1 get along

mented he felt just like a race installation and exterior paint- fine," said Melrhlor, himself a

car pit crew member at the ing. It vlll be followed this Lucky To Have Caribbean grandfather, "but then, I have
Indianapolis .500", Despitethe coming Monday by the Apache always liked children." Melchla
has slowed down
In recent
tight scheduling, all pas- which will receive the same years
and he has earned his rest He
sengers arrived In Maml In treatment plus a cabin modifi- )
Ix'g.n singing opera In 1913 and IjkIJJ
ample time to make all the connecting cation for additional windowsand Gardens Says HorticulturistBY his work load has matched the

flights, although some seats, and major overhaulon sUe of Ms voice and build. At
were a bit closer than we would the engines and accessories. the Metropolitan Opera House
like to see them.CHARTERS. One Lockheed will be going Into SAM ENGLAND creation, Inspiration and relaxation greatest glory. Natural form, alone hit performed 512 times,
Sebring early next week for "Florida with Its Ideal climate for men from the begin- grace of habit, plcturesqueness missing only three engage.

ACTIVE engine change, then on to Opa- Is America's prep school ning of time. So elemental a of silhouette, distinctive features mPIIII. t

Last week was also one of Locks for painting and interior for gardeners who come hereto symbol u a tree, by the very of bark, twigs, and

the most active charter per- work. The other Lockheed will get ready for paradise In mystery engendered In Its branching habit ... these and 'Cry The Blues'

iods airport personnel can re- be receiving a cockpit modification the next world," says DanielJ. growth has made man marvel other natural attributes of 4

call. A total of 21 charter trips following this work. As Foley, noted author, publisher at those mysteries which he plants are all too often lost Party PlannedBy ,il

were flown to various points these ships come out of the and lecturer In the field did not understand. with the too free use" of pruning Elks Club -. ----- ...."".......,.........-
during the week, and all equipment shops, they will be flown to of horticulture. "You do not have devotee to be of a hook and shears. A novel "Cry the Blues"party NOT ME! I'm a ball player! Reluctant Scot Turner lustcan't
gardener or even a
Provlncetown for the Foley, from Doston and Salem -
In the summer
again got on act
nature to stand In beforea HAPPY BALANCE will be held by members of imagine why would want to kiss pretty
season, and If all goes as plan- Mass., was In Naples to awe the Naples Elks Club Satur. anyone
Writers To Tell ned all the aircraft should be speak to the Garden Club Monday palm tree, a giant redwoodor "Somewhere In between our day, April II, at 8 p.m.on at the Sunken Gardens Model Duane Hinson Scot's got the

on the Cape by the middle of night, at the Invitation of a maple decked out In all present way of gardening and clubhouse on 13th Avenue, South assets of an All-American boy for he's energetic, loves
the beauty of Its autumnal arrays the more formal of this
Source Of Ideas June. Mr. and M-S. John Burnham.Mrs. aspects
Burnham Is president of Imaginative area, there areun- Invitations art extended to baseball and is always on the go in his father's well-

Members of the Writers' the Garden Club "The tree was man's first limited possibilities for selec wives of club members as well known attraction at St Petersburg, but kissing girlsis
Forum of the Air will\ tell their
invisible audlertce why they write Twisters, RainIn "It appears a bit presump- cathedral" and still\ regains so ting noteworthy plants and combining fair as guests.at $2.50 Donations per couple for the win af. just not in the rule book at this stage of the game.

and where they get their ideas tlous to Invite me here as a today. them... trees shrubs, Include cocktails, dinner and Scot will always love baseball, but don't worryin

for writing In their weekly pre. Dixie Cause speaker," Foley said, "when Foley quoted from Ralph ground covers, perennials and dancing, a spokesman said. few his ideas about will !
a girls change
sentatlon at 6:35: o'clocktomork Collier Countlans have in Waldo Emerson: "All my hurts, bulbs ... to create gardens and years -
row Vitght. Caribbean Gardens the most my garden spade can heal." plantings that are relativelyeasy
Comprising the panel wUl be Minor DamageATLANTA wonderful botanical gardens to "For centuries," continued to care for

Ed Fohl,Terry Weed,Mrs.Juanl.ta be found anywhere. It ls most Foley, "the maters of gardens Elaborate design tends to
Tilden, Mrs Charlotte Durno Ga. (APTurbu.. unusual to find such a marvelous have been concerned with the become complicated and Invol- This week's SERVICE SPECIAL at

and Mrs. Eleanore Champion. lent spring weather lashed collection\ of birds and control of nature ... pruning ,'J wed Too Intricate a pattern ,
Mrs., Jackie Hearth will be the of the South torrentialrain
parts as
and and itself and
plants, for viewing and educa- snipping trimming loop consume those
moderator. four states caused and flash tornadoes flooding hop.In tion of the public. It Is something training... to keep plants within who attend It by the care required -

scotched through the region, to be proud of." bounds, all the while moldingthe So the plea beCOI11 s... / % /

Key Clubbers leaving mostly minor damage.The shapes which they will assume let's keep our gardens sufficiently

twisters pounced on north NEW BOOKS and limiting space which simple In design to allow -

Alabama, danced through port Presently Foley, a free lance they will occupy. ourselves the full measure
Will Attend
tlons of Georgia and one was architect in his field Is also "This high degree of cultivation of enjoyment which the con

reported In South Carolina. working on two more books to has not always revealedthe affords adventure of gardening BALANCE and
State MeetingTen Most of the damage from the add to those already published. jewels of nature In their ." WHEEL
storms Tuesday was to farm
--
"A Primer for Gardeners,
houses and outbuildings. Trees
members of the Key Club and "Seaside Gardening," will

a Naples Senior High School youth were wires uprooted were ripped and down.some No utility serious ..be the titles of the books he Is BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
to attend the
organization, plan .
writing.He
Injuries were reported.A
Key Club Stat Convention ache has five bookson
restaurant Griffin published -
near rb
duled for April 1647.18\ In Jack 'oar f
Ga., lost Us roof and damagewas gardening, five books on \
sonville.
Stanley Boynton who Is lieutenant estimated at $5,000.A Christmas customs around the BOTH % -
tornado lifted a smokehouse world, and co-authored with ] $ 55 ,
governor of Key Club Division g FOR '.0
about 1,000 feet before scatter. prlscllla\ Sawyer Lord a book 5
11, wUl lead the Naples delegation Byi GLADYS AND QU1NTIN VAN DEft VEER rw'J \t-
to the convention. Ing It on a pasture on a farm enltltled, "Easter Garlands." w ONLY ANY ;. ::;'" "I1
near Pauline S.C.
Boynton announced that mem His best known books are -"" "
AMERICAN CAR
bers of the club will hold a car As residents of many rural "Garden Flowers In Color," C ; ,
communities set about
wash Saturday April 11, In an mending a book for beginners, and
effort to raise funds to pay expenses houses and repairing other "Ground Covers for Easier We precision bnlance all 4 whorls! (no extra
caused the
wind
damage by
to the convention. He said lowland dwellers were braced, Gardening" kmJ charge for weights), adjust your brakes, add fluidif
the car wash will be held In the
rear of the Naples Floor Cover. for flooding caused by heavy Foley was editor during the needed and clean and repack front wheel bearings
rains.At Interim 1951.57 of the Horticulture
ingot firm on Sixth AvenueSouth,
least 60 In this work
were
persons Magazine.
between Eighth andMnthStreets,
beginning at 9 a.m. forced from their homes In out. he was associated with Amo GUITARSSEE

"An excellent job, both Inside lying sections of Atlanta and Nehrllng, son of Dr. Henry
nearby Austell where creeks who founded the Caribbean
and out, said Boynton, "will Nehrllng
cost our customers just $We'll and the Chattahoochee River Gardens Dr Nehrllng OUR BIGSELECTION WHEEL Monro-Matic
flooded after two days of rain.
pick up and dell r.r, too." Low sections of Chattanooga lived In Naples from 1918 to 1
A special telephone line has
and Knoxvllle Tenn., and Mont. 1929.
ALIGNMENT SHOCK
been Installed for the event and
gomery, Ala., also were flooded. On his favorite subject,Foley
customers can get quick results
The Weather Bureau at Mont. spoke with authority and displayed OF
by calling Ml 2-6600, said Boyn.
gomery said the Alabama Riv. unexcelled Interest. $ 750mAi ABSORBERS ii

ton.Boynton Richard Woodruff, er may exceed its flood stage "Gardening ... the most engaging GUITARS'NOW
;
president elect of the Key Club; by as much as 10 feet at Mont. of hobbles, the mostcosmopolitan fg 60. DAYmentanCs

Blllle Bryan, vice-president gomery. of arts, the most 2' Any
Coolest weather, with temper.
elect; and Rusty Elferdlnk,were democratic of luxuries, has FREE
atures In the teens and 20s, was ...
..
guests of the Klwanls Club at been a source of solace, re- ... Parts extra,
In the northern Plains and up., Many Styles TRIAL RIDE.
-'
Monday night's meeting. The Key titt
Mississippi Valley. The 40s needed -
Club Is sponsored by the Klwanls per I i
covered the north\ Atlantic -. ? FROM LITTLESPARKS. to choose
; '
club
states'and ranted up to the 70s
In the eastern Gulf states The 1Jt
from.Pearl
Thornton To Be 30s and 40s were general in .
much of the West except for the GIANT FOREST
Named FEC Head 50s In Southern California and ,; Tsuslon. DELUXE CHAMPION
B.IIer, see of the better aonf tylinti for
the Southwestern desert region. FIRGRO1 I
MIAMI (AP)-W.L. Thornton, -, ,. .... some ytira, bee a pair of album racking vn bi'
vice president and chief operate -'--- f-T sales In the Irritate market. The album art "I'url' i NEW TREADS
of Florida East 1i
! officer the
log Bsiley Sinn for Adult." and "Mor !Songs! for Adull.

president Coast Railway of ,the will FEC be named next *' Only" Actor Jack Irmnmn' one entertained Mf.. :''I RETREADS APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

month, the Herald said today. this t is t,. : of bfceralnf s concert pianist Dinah should b* a Fluetextnde

The appointment would make ; Wf name in the Creaky household Th* long -!. and4

35-year-old Thornton one of the i one of Btnf (',..,b,'. first Mg hits after (making. WHITEWALLS $ 49 In

youngest presidents of any ma L __ the + away from Paul Hkitrman. Later, ekes brother hula 4 9 tins ofs

jor U.S. railroad. He joined the seined the Dorn*.. Kia first. big dine success sac ANY SIZE only ue off

FEC in 1960. "Dinah", Now that the younger Crotbya .n trying your cx

W lam B. Thompson Jr. resigned N le make it on their van, they kicked off .ifh "Dinah"

the presidency Tuesday, Ci) E -nateraily-as thrlr first release .
effective May 14, and board ..;,
chairman Edward Ball said <. Masse U .her'er It appears and Iheulhh.l.. Open Every Nile 'Til 6 PM Saturdays 'Til 4 PMLINEBACK'S

Thompson's successor will be <* ever medium voice, Initrumenl or pvrrv.ilon. Organs
elected at a board meeting on best buy in the 10,000 islands and piano see. ,.,hp. mat fundamental of all

that date. lnatr.fi.rnl.. Com to VAN;; DEK "EF.K1l"Slf:

Ball said Thompson resignedto Here are 36 acres or high land on little Marco Island. CENTER. 11 >th St.. if your lute runs to cither
return to the Association of of Ihea*. They are ea.ier I* learn to play than you
American Railroads In Washing This includes 900' of beautiful beach and extends 1400' think. Talk' it over .Hh GLADYS OR CJtlMIX

ton, D. C., but will remain on .OlR COMEME.NCE A> Dl INSPECT
ANYTIME AT
the board u an advisor to the deep to the Inland Waterway. Hundreds of virgin
OCR PIANOS ORGANS; AND f.tlTARS
new FEC president. Sabal I Palms make this ideal for sub-dividing. $72,000 AT YOUR LEISURE.: OK CALL US AT Ml M 631. firton *
Nonoperatlng unions have
been on strike against the FEC (terms available), Phone MI 2-2452 nowl

since Jan. 23, 186J, and operat.
ing unions have observed picket Van Der Veer Music Center
lines the railroad has resumed f Wilson Dycbes RcaUor } INC.
freight service but has not car. Naples Shopping Center Ph. MI 24632: 9383rdAv.. N. MI Z-s111
I
rled passengers. im. Third Sneer South KUpl*.. Florida J


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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, April 8, W4 \\Ii. ...t III''


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Before. 'Mouse' Curtain Lifts
- - -- --
The Naples' Players next and many people whoelthersawor JL0ts
t
pity to be presented on May heard of the movie of that

f 8and9lntheJuniorftghlchool title have assumed that the film i k $ .
auditorium at 8:15 p.m., Is was an adaptation of this play. I
: "The Mouse That Roared" But It Isn't

The play'and the movie haveno the artisticand .
connection except that both -e Nothing out of Hollywood could produce

Is Boy-Girl were adapted from the same beautiful scene that unfolded eravftd the pool at

popular novel by Leonard Wlb- the Port Royal Beech Club Saturday evening. The occe.

f berley. Both have the same son was the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs
Standard basic story about a very pea-
nut of a nation called Grand Edward R. Godfrey

Fenwlck with a population of White glads in tall standards formed background

Double? 6,000 and an area not much For the Godfreys and their children as they received the
larger than a good-sized city pink rem
Mrs. Godfrey wore a two-piece
park, that declares war on guests.
By New VIVIAN.f.oture BROWNAP Writer the United States -- and wins. broidered lace dress accented at the want with a deeper

: If you think boyi resent There are, however some Interesting pink grosgrain bow With this she wore her grandchil

t prudish girls, you are wrong differences In the way 1 dren's gift, a lei of miniature blooms shading from paleto
-- ---
As a matter of fact: boys this In the absurdly play funny and In story the Is film.told WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES are occasions for happy Town Drive celebrated their anniversary, pictured deep pink The Godfreys' daughters, Mrs. William

r lament that girls have put The most notable difference famiy reunions and when it happens to be the 50th above with their entire family On Saturday night Cronin, Mrs. E. R. Boehck, and Mrs E. W Smith, and their

I. the and are shoe chtiini on the the boyt.other foot Is that In the film the ruling the entire family, young and adult, are on hand to they were honored at an anniversary party at the daughter-in-law Mrs. J. E. Godfrey, all were gowned In

Commenting on a recent monarch of the pinpoint nationIs offer their congratulations. Such was the situation Port Royal Beach Club. (See Notebook) white
(1 a gruff-voiced old lady of
fracas were in a rounded hotel when up by young authorities people a duchess around 75 years of when Mr and Mrs Edward R, Godfrey, 400 Kings (McGrath photo._ ) As one reached the canopied patio area, It was

and carted off the premises, age. In the play a valuable Indeed a breathtaking sight. In the center of the pool

a a roup of boys are diadunful element of romance was added Sh'lf' Bri..fO Man Has TroubleExplainingHow tiered float holding gold mums flanked on either
was a
I of the actions of girl,. by having the Duchess a
The dinner
filled with gardenias.
"Boya have always done.thll young and beautiful girl -- to side by smaller holders

1. eat of thing It sort of goes with be played here by Ann Davis Rudi Getting Barer All the TimeEver He Is A Sister tabes were decorated with arrangements of gold flowers

college life to be a cut-up .t lean toward rewrdlngthecom- And, the buffet table was a masterpiece featuring a
some point. But girls have gotten mander In chief of her MAIDSTONE England (AP)
since California event discarded its utilitarian themein One from Ice.
shake husbands
II way to seahorse and large swan sculptured
into the act, and they're spoiling be Richard Hulbert has been appointed large
n 24-man-strong army to garde designer Rudi Gcrnreich favor of esthetic femininity, loose from a bauble THAT big is
the matron at numberof
whole thing says one assistant this children grandchildren, a large
Add
youn'g'man, summing what the played by Paul Comes with predicted: topless suits for Polka dots, sprigs of posies, hot to wear one of those deep plunging Maldstone's Oakwood Hospital. to ,
other fellows think.i up more of her charming atten- women within five years, everybody pink stripe*. ill are. part of necklines that has him blushing Michael Curtlns Is Oalcvood'a well wishing friends, palm trees, soft romantic music,

.J No fellow really wants to date tion.Tickets men especially, keeps his the new pattern for prettiness beet red. Then explain that new night sister as British hos. and songs by Haleloke, and you have the makings of a
a girl who become one of the for this satiric com eye on each new Gernreiih collection adopted for the sake of having you could cover more and still pltals call their head ward fabulous Congratulations and best wishes for
It mob they point out. And all edy will be offered for advance prettier maids. be daringly stylish if you had a nurses, party.
b agree though thit ii true, "it'i sale at The Gift & Yarn Bazaar With four years to go until he One thing is clear The funeral jewel to wear there. '1m not really upset about being continued health and happiness to Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey,

almost impossible to find a girl In the Naples Shopping bares the barest Rudi is already black dust catcher with tiny Designed for the ticklish situation called matron, laid Hulbert a most gracious couple.
9 b who will set like you expect her Center at the office of De- nearing his ultimate gnat. Among white organdy cap and apron is a are several! tlecollette "But I suppose I could be called
to, even if she looks nice." Coil Tile on Fourth Avenue his-fnore-skm-lhan-suit creations social disgrace' bras with hook-tin apparatus for something more suitable." ANOTHER "GOLDEN MOMENT"

0 r( Chris who annoy them are those. North at the Beach Store on is s maillot with s wide V-neck- gems. Some come with their own "People find It a bit hard to More golden wedding anniversary news Today
who call them up on the telephone line that explain that a man Is a sister"
Third the plunges beyond the but only fake and
ones
Street at gems
constantly .. who write Third Street Fifth Gallerynear Ave waistline as well as trunks cut Man Whose Heart your husband surely wouldn't laid Arthur Akers, general sec. i ir Akrs", Ch o, f, j. I..J Mrs Robert Sheakley are being
is
them notes and letters at the drop on higher than the leg is. Beating want you to settle for less than retary of the nealtti Service feted at a reception given by their children to mark the
.1 and In downtown Stopped
of a smile.., send them gifts nue Naples at .svIf Union, "but It really isn't easy
the real would he'
.r ,. .vie with other girls to treat the House of High Fidelity the Leaves Hospital thing, to think of anything new." happy occasion. Although their Naples' friends couldn'tbe

I'them' royally.,propose the reck Book NookNaple CameraShop the contest among hostesses Akers said most British hospitals there today several I of them gave a gay pre-anniver-
a ing and petting that boys used to and Dunbar's Office Supplies. keeps up, dressing the maid f. TALLAHASSEE;, Fla. (AP- ABUNDANTLY SURPRISED give their nurses badges before the Sheakleys left for Akron two weeks
be slapped in the face for.,, The plays' director Charles her appearance at the door or I Benjamin Burch, 48year.old SALINA Kan (AP) Mrs showing their rank. sary party
OJ' wear bathing suits and other McCool claims 'The Mouse' machinist whose heart stopped Loren Soldan planned s family- "We've now reached the ago
.i' garments more suitable for will get Its first laugh out of dining table may be ss costly beating for 90 minutes on the type party for son Greg's 7th stage," he said, "where they Mr. and Mrs. N Osborne Siegfried are back froma

.1.1 burlesque queens. the audience before the curtain end as painstaking ss costuming operating table last month left birthday but she planned without need badges to say whetherthey're two month "Sea Safari" which included ports in South
They should weir dresses s colorful Broadway musical the hospital Tuesday. reckoning with Greg men or women."
more, and save their slacks for opens. He has not revealed At it ii, Florence Smith, wife "I've been rushing around all He trooped In from school with Especially In Oakwood. It's a America, Africa and the Mediterranean. Their soninlawand
house wear, the boys to the NEWS just how of the ex-Ambassador to Cuba, life said Burch "I women's hospital.
.b say this will be my guess apassle friends and announced daughter, Mr and Mrs. Charles Carlson, and three
"You never have time to try accomplished Earl T. Smith, has designed a I've got to make up my mindto to his mother that he had planned
: nl to figure a girl any more," pays wardrobe of pinafores, removable Just take it easy" a surprise. party for himself. MethodistsWeek's Set children, who had been here in the Siegfrieds' house,
II
's/i older boy. At 23, he's mil Bomb Scare collars and cuffs, over shirt When Burch'a heart stopped Mrs Soldan frantically called met them in Miami Thursday And there was time for

" not married, because rvery girl Delays Irene's shifts for her own household circulation was maintained arti mothers of the children and Meetings about an hour visit before the Carlsons left for Rich
8t he knows "is just obviously interested help, snd for a national manufacturer ficially. A device called a de. stalled the party for a few hours
'. 7t\ in getting a husband" Flight To Paris loo.Slillanolhcr. fibrlllator was used to shock his until she could lay in a supply of Members of the commission on mond, Ind, and the Siegfrieds came on to Naples.
lit not in "filling In love with the uniform maker has heart Into action again. cake and ice cream social concerns of the First Miss Holly Reeves has returned to Erie, Pa., aftera
right man." AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Methodist Church of Naples will
.n Tbit is one of the reasons (AP) A bomb scare delayedthe meet at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow 10-day spring vacation with her grandparents, Mr and

11 they say; that there isn't any departure for Paris todayof night at the home of lira Virgil Mrs Courtney Reeves, of the Canterbury Court. The
Good
11.It j romance"Remember in their the lives old time any songs more tually Princess broken Irene with, who her has country vIr. Fish Dish Enough for Company Waite The,753 commission 17th Ave on S. membership Reeves will be leaving the end of the month for their

". .."Girl of my Dreams," "AI- because of her love for a pretender __ -.0 ___._ ,__ .. ._ and evangelism will meet home in Wellesley Hills,Mass.
;'ways, "'Together" and aome of to the Spanish throne. next Sunday night after \the wor .. ,... r' .,
ti "those lovesick melodies; ** asks Nothing suspicious was found ship service It was announced PREFER NAPLES
b, one fellow, "Well they sound aboard the KLM airliner the today. Members of the official
awful squishy until you realize princess was taking and ahe 4 I board of the church will meetat More boosters for Naples: Mr and Mrs John Fen

.11 thst'a ho girls used to be. Ando left 63 minutes late. 7:30 o'clock next Monday nIght wick with John, Mark, and James of London, England,

o, ,' it might be nice to dream about An anonymous caller telephoned at the church.Marge are visiting Mr and Mrs Leon Hansen of the Bahama Club,
girls like that what it would belike KLM, the Royal Dutch L Le
," to pursue her on a romantic Airline, that "you should Inves. Seaberg This is the boys' first visit to the states. En route they

basis." tlgate the plan" that the prln. r spent four days in New York City but shortly after they

That's what these boys seem to cess, second daughter of Queen Award WinnerCAPE arrived here the three boys announced they much preferred -
mill most the ch.... Instead Juliana and Prince Bernhard,
CORAL Mrs
FLA -
of was taking to Join her fiance town to New York.
being the hunter the boy la our
J. GusMarg now the hunted, and He doesn't Prince Carlos de Bourbon j, of Detroit, Mich., has received Sunday they all fly to Pittsburgh for another week

like It.One. Parma. a certificate for her partlclpa together at the Hansens' home there before the Fenwicks
KLM officials assumed th
fellow _
astute says that it tlon In McCall Magazine's Congress .
la caller meant bomb london. Late Mr and Mrs. Hansen
definitely one reason youthful a was on Better Housing at Cape return to in May
marriages ,going on the rocks. aboard the plane, a regularly Coral. will leave for their annual golfing trip to Scotland, and
"If you don't really love the scheduled airliner. They removed
Mrs. Seaberg now a resident
,
relatives and friends in Engand.
person you marry, how can you the other 85 passengers of Naples and president of the then on to see
put up with their hulls? It wouldbe and all mall and cargo from the Naples Woman's Club, assisted On Tuesday Mrs. B. C Stevenson gave a cocktail

loved hard the enough girl but to do you'd it if stick you plane search.and made a thorough Mrs, Mary Davis Gillies, senior party at The Moorings Country Club. Recently Mrs. Stevenson
editor of McCall's and several
with it." The airliner arrived safely, ..ft noted archltecilin de5i lne"the s friends, Mrs Flora Solenburger and Mrs. Jerry

\ Ideal home for southeastern Sveegen, returned to their homes in Minneapolis.

: 1c UJS." The house embodying Mr and Mrs. Edward Harness of Cincinnati are in
the recommendations obtained at
the Better Housing Congress will their apartment at the Gulf Shore Colony Club. They are

be built at Cape Coral by Gulf here for two weeks now and plan to be back again in
American Land Corporation.

BOOKS FISH WITH GRAPES TII his version of a famous dis h is delightful for a meal June.Mr and Mrs. Quentin Shaver and daughter Helen,

I e!ti company lunch or upper, Barbara Hutton of West Sand Lake, N. Y., are vacationing here with Mr.

Weds 7th Husband and Mrs Richard Craig, Third Avenue, South.
By CECILY BROWNSTONE dish with grapes. they add them snap beans ore a good ihoue
and their Donna
SONG & STORY SHOP Altclat.d Press Food Editor, to the l uce.Iohen seedlessgrapes CUERNAVACA, Mexico (AP) Mr and Mrs. Carl Wicks daughter ,
-Barbara Mutton Is a bride for Sand Lake have returned home.
who also live West
1 THE KINO of chefs, Escoffier are in markets, they use 1'1511 HRO\.IQl'F.! in
and
time
these: when they're n'I. canned 6 fillets of flounder .sole, the seventh a princessfor Mr and Mrs. C. A.
boned
659 5th Ave Se MI 2.2520 in his Guide Culmaire (published or the third. She married Viet.namesefrench They visited Donna's grandparents,
.. at the beginning of this century) light seedleis grapes are added and kkmncdSalt Prince Doan Wicks, llth Avenue, South
This ,is s great dish to sent lo and white
main dish of
livu. delightful pepper
Vlnh Tuesday night.
weeks his
with
I poached fish fillets s delicate guests for a meatless Friday 2 tjblopoons butter The 51.year.old Woolworth Frank Mincolla is spending two
sauce and a garnish of Muscatel night supper or a Saturday lun h. 2 teaspoons flour heiress wore a green Southeast brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Richard Wolfe,

DISTINCTIVE grapes. You might like to accompany it 14 cup finely.: minced onion Asian gown with gold trim. First Street, North Mr Mincolla lives in Binghamton, N.Y.
American cooks have adapted with buttered rice with a toppingof 1 2 cup dry white wine mlngs and had her feet paintedred
of Cincinnati is
Anderson spendingtwo
FASHIONS this recipe to suit their own crisp toasted almonds. For a 2 cans (8)4 ounce) light sied In deference to her bride. Mrs C. Vivian
needi. Instead of garnishing the vigetahle. green peat or (julienne lens grapes groom a tall, 43-year-old chero. weeks with her sister, Mrs. Loren Dodson, and Mr

I 4 cup light cream 1st and artist. Dodson About the first of the month, Mr and MrsDodson .
Sprinkle. each fillet with salt About 30 guests were Invited
the months
will be leaving To spend summer
; ,siul-fi fa.loH-trp- -r.8 tfi'ii 'to tretwtllgittceremony at Miss

------- --- i with a wooden pIck. For poachingthe Mutton's $3-mllllon Oriental. at their home in Old Lyme, Conn
-- -- ri fish choose a 10-inch skillet. style home at nearby Jlutepec.an Mrs. Bayard Guild and her daughter Susan are
or one in which, the fillet will Indian village about 60 miles
fit without crowding. l'Alna the south of Mexico City. The bride's here from Dover, Mass., to visit her parents, Mr and

Farewell To Naples? J skillet cover as a guide, cui. son, Lance Reventlow 27, came Mrs. George T. Dunlap Jr., Yucca Road. Last night the

circle of waxed paper the size of from California for the W3ddlng. entertained at a cocktail party for their daughter.
Dunlaps
We brave SALE the cover, lear a small hole in Mayor Felipe Castrejon of
,
I Jlutepec conducted the civil
f the center of the paper: reserve.
Choke Travel Companions Cream together I tablespoon of rues HAPPY ANNOUNCEMENT
reportedly plans
The couple
and Mr and Mrs James Goddard (Susan Merrell
the butter wjth the flour and re- to leave next week for a honey ) announce -

The basics for your destination ser e, In the skillet, melt the re- moon In Honolulu where Miss the birth of a daughter, Jamie Susan, born Easter

Be A maimng tablespoon of butter: stir Hutton has another mansion. Sunday. The baby's grandparents Mr and
in onion and cook slightly place Doan, a lean, athletic-looking are Mrs. H. P.
Style Setter Select fish rolls on onIon. Pour wine man, said ha had been married Merrell, Fourth Avenue North, and Mr and Mrs. Wil-

Your Wardrobe Before Leaving U around fish Cover with the paper and divorced once but gave no liam Goddard, 12th Avenue, South.
circle. (This helps conserve all details Miss Hutton wu dl.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Anderson entertained Thurs-
the good flstors) Bung liquid to vorced from husband NO.8,
SAll CONTINUING a boil, then cover and cook over German born Gottfried von day at a cocktail party at the Port Royal Beach Club hon

medium heat 5 to 8 minutes or Cra mm, In 1960. oring Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anderson Jr The junior
until I fish flakes easily when Mba Hutton has never wed an
tested with a fork Meanwhile, American In her seven mar. Andersons and their children, Mark Amy, Matt and

heat grapes in their arup.Gently rlages spread over 31 years Megan, who stayed at the Beachcomber left Monday for

i remove cooked f.lI.tIO a shallow Her other six marriages all their home in Scottsdale, Ariz

;: broiler.proof dish, remove picksDrain ended In divorce. Mr and Mrs. Edgar Howbert and their daughter
C grapes and arrange around
PRETTY ONE SIDED Martha those who
fish. Add light cream to juices in were among attended the Anderson
kko'
AP
Fla. ( ) -
r skillet: stir In reserved creamed Volunteers JACKSONVILLE were all on the same party 1M Howberts, who live in Detroit are at Tne

1254 Third St. So. Naples until butter slightly and flour thickened, Cook snd: pour stir side when a Civil War commission Tides and Martha joined them for her vacation from the
Naples, Florida the
reenact
got ready to University of Colorado.Mr .
sauce over fish. Heat under
Florida's biggest
battle of Olustee
broiler until lightly browned, engagement of that war. and Mrs. Anderson are busy with house plans
shout 3 lo 3 minutes.. Serve at wanted rebels. which under
Everybody play they hope to get way before leaving for
Harbor Springs, Michigan Colombo. OhM once. Makes 6 servings.Doat The other side not only waa
Bloomfield Mich. late
Hills in
Yankee but also it lost the May They expect to move
Be A LltUrbug battle Into their home In Port Royal In the fall.M' .



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: Wednt,da;. April 8. 1964 COLLfER COUNTY NEWS 7

Carry: Lady with Purpose
a

A- Gooney Bird Still Causing

EDITOR'S NOTE With the new leg outside of saloons. When tJVT t1rt

emphasis on women In .
governmtnt that didn't bring the desire*

Jobs, the gentler sex Is .i- action she took a more direct Problem On Midway Island

twine appointed right and 'left \\f'" '-"'' approachIn

to commissions and depart ',' . ...i;;\ 1901 her second husband\ FE .. RL HARBOR (AP)-Midway servicemen" and their families
menta" But there was a day when divorced her charging desertion. l Llnd'i gooney birds have on lonely Midway
without benefit of committeewomen .. '' ''''''\ '' taker. to i jay.walklng since the But knowing the gooney as
at FtI
Mrs. Nation died
took matters Into their (/ i : Seal fs bounced them out of the Navy knows the gooney
hands ) I\ .. .. } I eavenworth In 1911-nine\ear: then ".-sts those responsible for the cur.
own women such as'',. \'h' before this country began its Th! nmical gooneys on the rent project aren't yet counting

Carry Nation ... w.. noble experiment against liquor mld-Paiific atoll-whose rank i their-er-chickens.
I were thinned by a recent eater.minatl.n .
The hotel portrait of Mrs,
S By'JOE MCKNIGHT program- ow are
Nation Is of several tributesto
one send: out
K scouts to oversee PlansTo
WICHITA, Kan (AP) The the gallant lady Her home II e pavtt" operations aimed to keep Belgium

Eaton Hotel here was a thing of Medicine Lodge has become a them off Navy runways.

beauty In 1900. Polished mahogany museum Tl! .' scouts, crossing In frontof Put Striking
i.r marching slowly ahead of
and sparkling; lasses In 1918 a water fountain In

learned against Its huge mirrored front of the Union Railroad 515. + heavy keeping Seabee Navy equipment men hopping are, Medics In ArmyBRUSSELS

bar. ttn here was dedicated< to her Sail rs are detailed to walk.

The hotel has seen better days memory It came to an Ignomlnl ahead of graders, tractors and Belgium (AP-
i t heavy shovels. Their Is to The Belgian government read
but It still displays a large, ous end In 194'A Job
pick up the waddling gooneys led plans today to call the na.
.
framed portrait-perhaps In tribute
beer tru-k barker over It
---- and carry them out of harm'i lion's striking doctors Into the
-of Carry A. Nation holding x way army If their elght-day.old walk
CARRY \A: TIC \ v
a'hatchet In one hand and a BibleIn For >years a colony of about out continues much longer
the other. With her little hatchet Heart Disease 250,000 gotmeyi-
or Lay son albatross -have held Lefevre was not anxious to
It was known as the Carey picketing saloons In
February
,, squatter's rights on Midway, draft the 12,000 strikers but be.
House then. A main attraction of 1901, the government closed the Is Number One Theti habit of building nests lleved he must plan for such an

the bar, aside from the potables canteen at Ft. leavenworth Kan betide Navy runways and of eventuality in the national In.

was a blgger-than-llfe picture of Mrs. Nation was born In Killer In StateJACKSONVILLE cruising gracefully In take-off terest
bathed In but -- --. and landing patterns caused Most of the younger doctors
Cleopatra nothing Kentucky In 1848 Her first husband
Heart band North Carolina Mrs. Lloyd thousands of dollars damage to hold commissions in the army
reflections from a chandelier. I Dr. Charles Gloyd died NOW ON HONEYMOON trips to in
planes when collided with
disease caused approximately 38 they reserve.
Mrs. Nation stormed Into this loon after their marriage In per cent of all deaths In FloridaIn North Carolina and various sections- of Harold Parker right, and her husband the large birds The Navy also The nation's 10,000 doctors

peaceful atmosphere on Dec 26, 1867. The following year she 1963, the State Board of Health Florida are two young Naples couples are currently visiting various Florida became concerned about the and 2,000 dentists struck April

1900 to begin her fight on I married David !Nation and In said today. who were married at double wedding resorts Mrs Parker is the former danger to airmen. 1 against legislation changing
Earlier this after the state health Insurance
Heart disease Is the state'a year years planto
demon rumContemporary. 1899 they settled at Medicine
Number One killer. Ve.thstrom rites last Sunday at the East Naples Nancy Joyce Chesser Both young of study by scientists and blolo. limit their tees and open

a 'ounts state 1 Lodge Kan. this cause edged up from 18,900In Baptist Church, Mrs. George Norman women are shown in bridal gowns gists, the Navy Initiated a two. their medical treatment recordsto
that she seized a bottle of whisky, 1962 to 20,102 last year; but pronged program to get the government Inspectors. The
HOME A MUSEUM at the double wedding.
waved It In the air and pouredIts Dr. James E. Fulghum director.of Chesser, left, the former Betty Jo worn gooney out of their hair. Insurance fund has a $2Xmll.(

contents on tbe floor. Then Soon Mrs. Nation began pray. the Division of Chronic Pruitt, is honeymooning with' her hus- (Wiltsie photos) They ga>sed and killed 20,000 lion deficit
noted that three heart ,.. birds in nests beside the run. The strikers demanded that
she upbraided the bartender be. Mrs. Edwin Jones disease Diseases categories had dipped In ways then began hardtopplng the government scrap the legislation .
cause of the painting of Cleo. Aldersgate Group What They're Saying which claim would
the past 10 years .. one dr the area so other gooney could they
Named PresidentOf matlcally. not take their place prevent adequate performance
RUINED CLEOPATRA The heart disease death rate Meet At Kepp HomeThe The project won the blessing of their professional duties and
County TB Body of Audubon Society officials.The make them and their patientsthe
Carry returned the next day per 100,000 population was 323.9In Aldersgite Circle of the The Governor's Race
metal The annual meeting of the Col. 1953 against 356.4 In 1963 Methodist Woman's Society of plan has gone well, al. prey of government InOl1poerl.
armed with a cane with a
Her County Tuberculosis and The main category causing this Christian though the curious gooneys that .

rod tied to It, and a handful of Health Association Board of rise was coronary heart disease,. the Service home of met Mrs yester-William Dy TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS speech at Palatka he said the Insist on walking In front of The doctors also complained
rorks. Directors was held April 6th at up from 201.9 to 275.9. day at Haydon Burns took a names. two candidates gave conflicting equipment have slowed the Job because they would not be al.
She destroyed the bottled'The Moorings Country Club. Pre. However the rate for chronic T, Kepp Twenty members wlll-never-hurt-me attitude In accounts of whether Burns' ban slightly lowed to stay out of the govern
Eldent Margaret Rosier con. and two visitors attendedthe Navy men are hopeful how. men! plan as Biltlsh doctorscan
goods, broke the mirror and rheumatic heart disease dropped his governor campaign today on racial demonstrations In
ducted the business meeting meeting. ever, that they've at last found abstain from their country's
turned her wrath on Cleopatra. from 11 deaths per 100,000 1 In saying verbal attacks by his op. Jacksonville was politically mo.tlvated.
Mrs. Elva Grlttis chairman 1953 to 8 last year; hyperten. Mrs. Austin Evans.chairman ponents would not tear down his a way of keeping their runwaysand nationalized health program.
Using the cane and rod, she left for the 1963-64 Christmas Seal lion with heart disease down of the circle presided. Mrs 15 year record as mayor of Mathews said Dickinson re aircraft approaches clear. There were signs of borne

the painting a tattered mess. campaign reported a total of$8,. from 46 to 27; and other heart Royal Ranney opened the meet- Jacksonville ported having witnesses to back When the Seabees finish the confusion In the strikers' ranks.

She then headed for Jake 282.37 collected in the county disease deaths fell from 55 to 44. Ing with a prayer Mrs Harry "My' record In Jacksonville up his charge that Burns dellb. paving-and If the gooneys run Newspaper editorials and com.

Eccles' bar across Douglas .an increase of 17 per cent over Dr Fulghum said the large Parham, In charge of the program will not suffer" Burns said, Irately plotted the speech to true to form-birds returning to menU of ordinary Belgian ctrl

Avenue. the 1962.63 figure. drop In hypertension deaths "un led a discussion on the "Nor' will the city suffer as a pull votes from the reaction. their original nesting ground tens revealed that the doctors
slate of officers will be unable to build were losing popularity.In .
The following doubtedly has resulted from Judicious Is Innocent said nests.
filth result of attacks from.othlr gov. If Burns
Eccles apparently forewarned was elected for the coming year use of hypotensive drugs topic "Understanding our ernor candidates. Their verbal Mathews' he should demand These normally consist of loose Brugge the doctors decided : .

met her at the door with a President Mrs. Edwin Jones; The reduction In deaths In rheu. and Communicating" It to blasts won't tear down a single that Dickinson produce his wit. S4iid and Ironwood needles no to resume house calls In

.45 pistol. vice president Mrs. Charles matlc and other heart diseases Is Others skyscraper sink/ a single bridge nesses If Dickinson Is right he longer available on the hard other urban areas, doctors still

Newspaper files relate that I Copley; secretary Mrs. Hazel caused we must be certain,by the Attending the meeting were or cause a single payroll to said It Is Dickinson's duty to topped' surface. refused to make such visits.
Griffin; treasurer,Mrs.Don Lan. most marked medical gains In Mesdames Grover Meyer.Dan- leave." go to the slat attorney. Thus, the Navy Is crossing Its The strikers are participating:
Detective Park Masters showedup :der; corresponding secretary treating heart conditions and by) ny Hayes Austin Evans, Jacques Burns referred to attacks by Miami Mayor Robert King collective fingers that It finally In an emergency system under
about that time and "she pre Mrs. James Cold ChrlstmasSeal has conquered the lovable which serious cases are token
; Increase In public awareness of Craumer Doyle Hodges some candidates on his cam. High said In Tampa that nil
pared to charge on the efficient .chairman. Henry Watkins Jr.; the problems due to activities James Miller Harry Parham palgn by candidates criticizingthe campaign had reached its peak gooneys some of which are to hospitals for treatment.

officer. He resented this and produced .chairman of volunteers Mrs. of such groups as Florida phy.. Daniel P.Cleaverj; Harry Liner recent racial violence and and that he was assured of household pets among the 3,000. They threatened to dlscon.If

Henry Hoffman.Dr slclans the Florida Heart As Jr. NorwoodBBotesJrLL. arrests of police officers on being In the second primary. tlnue the emergency system
his badge of authority Clyde Brothers Collier KEY ....rST H. *. AP) doctors were victimized or if
elation and their affiliates and charges of accepting payoffs Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland
which rather cooled the ardor Greene Royal Ranney, Louis hostility against them Increases.
I County health officer Introduced the State Board of Health" and bribes. spent the day in Polk County "Murgtrel-Trumn underfill"
Of the Irate woman." the evening's speaker Dr. Alan Males of both races have higher More, William T. Kepp, O.D, Meanwhile Fred O. Dickinsonof renewing his promise to reduce aye the sign on an.e.Ubli Some physic-Una reported re.

Armstrong, medloal,director of heart disease death rates than Drake A. L, Smith Sam! West Palm Death hlUbtck.4he' utoi ubll..ta..,Ucenee tax .nm\t p*n..i) >y ,u>un-.U ,entering diving\ anonymyus jbreats.
WENT TO JAIL the S. W. Florida T, B. Hospital females; whites of both sexes England. Austin Evans Taylof at criticism. H. said some fan and to halt milk retail price My \lout" i' .s A Other, ,said heir _home*. had

For the first time, Mrs. Nation In Tampa. have higher rates than their nonwhite -. Hayes and Douglas Smith. Also dldates have the Idea that to be. controls, In cue you wonder: been smeared with tar and
Dr. Armstrong stressed the counterparts The rate In attendance were Emma "all has to .former President Truman' paint.
went to Jail. She was released come governor one
of educating the for males and visitors daughter has not gone into the Interior Minister Arthur Gil-
importance white -500per 100.00C Murray Mrs.G.K, do Is criticize and attack. 200 Flee When
on Jan 21, 1901 and promptly.public in the problems of tuber. -is almost twice the rate for any Carter and Mrs. Robert Hen- "Critics never build any. laundry business. The launderette son claimed that emergency

wrecked two saloons. culosls. Its detection and treat other race-sex group The next drlckson thing" he said. "110w can those Fire Guts Hotel U it the corner of Margaret medical arrangements for the.
Five days later she movedon nent, so that it may ultimately highest rate was reported for the who perpetually find fault con. Street and Truman Avenue Brussels area were Inad..qu.&te.W
LAKEWOOD N.J. (AP) A-
Topeka where she made a''eradicated nonwhite male-267-.followed by Pott vlnce anyone that they can builda destroyed the
fire
In Florida alone, there were white females 264 and better Florida predawn
shambles of the Senate Saloon. ,500 new active cases of tuber. non-white females at 217. Mrs Aileen Pott 66, of In Tampa Rep. Fred Karl of west wing of the 300 room

That landed her In jail again and :ulosls: detected In the past year. The higher rates for the white Naples Land Yacht Harbor died Volusla County accused Burns Laurel In Pines hotel today (

she refused to post a $2,000 "The tools (for detecting the race was largely explained by Tuesday In Naples Community Dickinson and Sen. John Math. forcing 200 guests to firemen flee. suf. Uts
said two .
peace bond. disease and the drugs for con. the fact that they average 10 years Hospital She had resided In ews of Jacksonville of trying to Police
rolling I and curing T. B. are at older than fared minor Injuries battling .
While she sat In Jail her Idea said non-whites. However Naples for the past eight turn violence Into votes by con. the blaze, but none of the guestswas
land Dr. Armstrong
the female population has a higher tlnulng to debate what the other
began catching on In this frontier ,"and there must be no let months. hurt.
up average than the male. There.
candidates did In the recent
She Is survived her husband In the
by About 90 rooms were
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state Protest groups began In the fight. fore, the higher male rate must racial violence In Jacksonville.
W section of the hotel
burnedout
She ,
Roy Pont wasa
be due to factors such as Karl said Burns'c actions were .,
member of the Grace Whipple a four.story brick stru< ture.
physiological differences be.
Russian Archaeologists tween the sexes and that women Chapter of the Order of Eastern and Inept Mathews, Dlcklnton'l unrealistic unconcerned\ "All homes Flames but threatened none was damaged.The nearby. WILL YOU FIND AN

tend to take better care of them. Star of Qulncy, 111. are grandstanding," he said. hotel was evacuated

selves. Funeral services will beheldat Karl said the voters would when the first alarm
quickly
2 o'clock Friday afternoonat elect the man "who la not afraid sounded at 2 a.m. Guests '
Find Greek Aphrodite 18 Per Cent OfCounty's the Earl G, Hodges Funeral to take a stand, who Is willing were was taken to nearby motels.
Chapel with the Rev Dr to act In the face of crUls<<: and

Deaths HarUnd D. Fague pastor of who will look at all the facts kixnodo drigunx i form of \ fiHSHOE

I II II I + Due To Cancer the Emmanuel Lutheran for and Florida.arrive "at the solution bet lizard which can grow In he 10 peter\

I A Church, officiating! There will feel long and weigh 100 poundre !-
the of 1963 total Mathews continued to lash hi credo.
I During year believed tn sir si \its!
be a visitation at the funeral
9o of 178 deaths were recorded for Burns and Dickinson. In a of Australian, dm'.'-"mr.
from 2 4 o'clock
all of Collier County. Of this chapel to

total, more than 18 per cent, Thursday afternoon and from/ NAPLES MOST MODERN CLEARANCESALE
I or 33 persons died from cancer. 1 to 9 Thursday night Inter
i The provisional Informationwas ment will be In Naples Memorial! HAIR FASHION SALON

I obtained from the 1963 Vital Gardens ThU Week Special!
Statistic Report of the Florida .,
The American look rn interns Permanent
State Board of Health and the
r compilation of cancer fatalitieswas when band President hotels emerged Harry In Truman 1946 Wave Reg 12500 $12e.Y0

issued this week In special .
and he( Slate Department been c -
report made by the state officeof concerned about the econurr,,, Try Mr Wills New Body Hair Tut' Makes your set
the Florida Division of the
In of Latin American lounlri. stay better and keeps the fries out of your permanent.
American Cancer Society
They agreed that an increasing LIKE THIS BUT AT
Tampa ,
flow of dollar-bearing lour is I is
This special report also dla. WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
would help if there were
closed that the death rate from
adequate hotels to siiornn"d ir 41? Mi. Ax U ,.... MI 7741
Increase
cancer Is still on the ROUSE'SSale
.from 3319..death*..jn.JflGa.liaprovUlonal .. them -or'
total of 9470 deathsIn 'Y" *" :. ....
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Total deaths recorded '
1963.
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for 1963 Florida was 55,543.statewide during Our Annual Starts Thursday 9 acme

to Society spokes.man .
a
According
an estimated 17.000 nw Dell hoot, stacked hl, flats, and gom

eases of cancer will develop SPRING SALE canvas Not all ilitt, but terrific valuog.

In the state during the coming ...., black patent, reds, groom, pinks,
twelve months. Based on past
I yellows (Sorry no whiles included)
estimates most prevalent new

cases will possibly occur: u Thursday at 9 A.M.
follows cancer of the colon and Begins
SAVE I
rectum 2200 new cues; lung

1800; breast 1'71101+ uterus 1400;
prostate 1100; stomach 750;lueke. Missy MANY 11.
mla 500. DRESSES & Sires REDUCED 2 Price

RED APHRODITE Restoration worker N Stmnanova alarm''I citizens Is not with our these Intention somber to /, : 25% to 50 %

Is at work removing the lime from an ancient Greek statistics," the spokesman said, '

statue of Aphrodite found on Russian soil, Scientistsare : .'but we do feel strongly that the

trying to figure out the time of the statue and, if general public should be made *: BLOUSES Good Selection V2 Price Some Even More I Ibta
threat of
the serious
possible something about its history. aware of /44
the disease All of us should
should know Bermudas Skirts "1 Bony No. 1 Extra Boom No. 2
face the facts. We
nfl
little itttua of Aphrodite goddess i
MOSCOW UPI) A charming
.
of love death and war, has been found on the Black Sea com near about cancer's seven danger si*. i Reduced 30 % OR MORE Over IM ,,.. L*.,IM Over IM Pelr
nail We should realize that r. .
: Suits Slims Ladles
the town of Taman. detectcancer Swim .. Canvas
health checkups may : M ftp
gala loW
obviously of Greek origin and
The statue, about two feet high, is
that'prom $2
enoutrh so :
is highly prized by Soviet archaeologuU. Little sculpture of such early Shoes a ,,: Heels >'H JjJ Pt.
treatment can be and Robes 20% 'lh
quality has been found in Russia although there were Greek proper Gowns Reduced :$
made and help save lives.
thousand before Christ
colonies along the Black Sea for a years
the little goddess is nude to the thigh and U ai dainty ss a revue //

flows Soviet spectafnts are working the lime off the marble statue accumulated report The American that some Cancer 48000 Society cancer : WE HONOR Cvr0 ; y'" CR.ou:;7 e'

during an estimated 2.000 or more years during which inmay patients are saved each year who ;I AMERICAN EXPRESS 6
have \been covered. would have died had they deveU. i CREDIT CARDS 3D.... FranPiccadilly

It was found lying face down, by an srchacologictl team working oped the disease not toO many ; DOWNTOWN 5th A VI. Pct

on an old city site just where the Sea '>f Aiov pours into the Black yam ago Early diagnosis .twit and Downtown 5th Are _
but Careful digging i* prompt treatment are your
Sea. The heed and hands are misting gang.m
against cancer
in the hopes of finding them. protection "

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r Golfing Nets Cancer Society $630 5th Pennant This YearB I II



r This year the CancerCraJe, "
i4ee Jr'I ) JOE REICHLER leagues Mostoluable Player
under
the Mi
chairmanship d >
A";"ntid! Press Sports Writer .)f 19f3, is hI a classic i ilmsill.
WUltam T. Barrett Jr. dc c)id.d SPORTS
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to hold I : h ''f \\1' L f.LW \'ORKAPA.. 1m. The Twins compare tin crab!>
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cer Crusade Day" aid dp. -'M", pr, !ibU as Fort Knox and al. with the Yankees In ptr
j, : rich the The have good, if not tJutst 1.nd.
.. st Neork
have signaled Mrs. Waller W,.Ui'> to m\ankr as are so, far superior to Ing pitching, but l lack lie tight . . . . . . . . .
of
charge the event
After conferences with Mis. ,"-tl} "Mfi\ : the' rest of the American League defense so vital to a pennant

Wolfe the five soil course) in w 'i It I j is up concehable their filth consecutive they couldp Inner.fielding last The)ear acre and the eighth switch in!. 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, April 8, 1961
the '
area agreed to thou!
open p=' ,,t ti, record time. at first frum'Ie Power to Bob
courses on Friday April, "*tth
Allison doesn figure to ellnil.
The big battle figures to bef
the Hole In the Wall, belnc oprn
both I *e' and place. Four teamsMi nate that weakness.
Friday andSaturday donating nnoti, Baltimore, Chicago Manager Hank Bauer has in.stilled .
proceeds from
special events at
some aggressiveness in
aid Detroit Kill probabl
each course to the Cancer Cru.
the Baltimore line-up which
sade. kk< each other brains out
fly" the runner.up spot. figures to be strengthened I':'
The affair was a complete sue.
Of the others, only Cleveland 111'11 comt'rsorln Sleben aid
cess a total of $630 after
,
have Willie Kirkland The pltrliti: IsItl'onl
appears K a chance to
prizes, being realized toenhancethe sneak into the first division The and could rate will/' the

cancer drive, It was reported immediate future bodes ill fot best If Chuck Eltud '1 apparent .

yesterday.The Boston, Los Angeles, Washing. recover following an elbow
winners In the events at
ton and Kansas Cln.) operation Is no myth
the various clubs fol
were at
low How can the other clubs stop \1 Lopez, manager ,ii I the

si the Yankees with a health) White Sot, maintains his pet'.en.
Beach Club, $101 Low gross, t Mlcke Mantle and RogerMarts9 nlal optimism but' Pete Ward
0. L Stevens Mrs. E
V. Brum.
his slugging third baseman,
Even without them for
fret!; low net, J. Kraft, Mrs.Saut.
continues to suffer Irons a
half a the Yankees
f sl'ason. ran
ter closest to the No 7
pin on ,
chronic bark ache diagnosedas
off with the 1963 championship ,
Mrs. Allenbert R, M. Conklin,
b a pinched nerve.
A, J. Hackett Dr, J. ) 10gamsThe
P. Quinn
Detroit has Improved its In. '
possible order of finish
?
The
Moorings within
$75
1, New lurk field and outfield bv' (lie acqul.
the circle on No. 16, Dr, Alton
2, Minnesota Itlon of second baseman Jerry
Richardson (Dr. Richardson 3, Baltimore Lumpe and center fielder Don
made a hole In one), Dick Huston. Demeter Frank Larv the all. 7l
------ 5. Chicago "
Cypress $47 Low
Big net
,
E, A. Bond E, S. Adams; Cillo., LOCAL GOLF COURSES gave a help sistant pros, chalk up another dona 9. Washington ing rlght.hander! this has spring())1tchi but>dI'ncourartngh' i. .; .
10. Kansas
way, Jim Wilson, Mrs. Pew; ing hand to the Collier County Cancer tion for the cancer drive with Beach Yogi Bl'rra.CIt the new man. Manager Charlie Diesseii has -tI

W closest to the pin on No 15, Crusade last weekend, with special Club guest Mrs. Philip Litchfield of ager claims the Yankees are been unable to c une up with a .
B. Freeman, Martha Lehman. }
Palm River $50 Blind bogey, fees going to the fund drive In the picture Katonah, N Y,, providing the necessary stronger than last jear. His replacement Bunning for the departedJim It.IT '
argument Is simple and direct. .
M. J, Flannery, AI PCt'Il. Paul taken cash McGrath
William at the Beach Club course, ( photo) "Our outfield is the best, our
Bailey, Hoffman, Henry '
Swarry, Jim Duffy, left, and John Cooney, as- Infield is the best and our catching _. ,
.
Hole.in the.Wall $357 (Fri. is the best," he laid "And Royals Take -

and Dunning and enough hitting If our pitching Is better than Itwas ...
day Saturday ) Low gross, ; -
men, L.M. Rumsey, Frank Ur. hit front line can remain Intact. last )t'oir." .. \i,; .
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Looks Like Cards For Celts 102-93 ';'. ,
Yankee outfield of
The trio
comb; low net, J. E. Davis; putls, Rookie Pickle Allen must con .. '
C. H. McCall; low gross,women, tlnue hit fine spring work. Mantle Marls and Tommy -" <
Mrs. Milwaukee will batter down Tresh, and the infield of Joe
F. D. Ross, Mrs. /Herman In 4th Game
lector; low net, Mrs. S. Smith fences and score runs b> the Pepitone, Bobby Richardson, WON'T BE LONG before the first pitch is thrownto

putts, I6rs, R.E. Patterson. 64 NL Pennant WinnerBy carload. The question here is Tony Kubek and Clete Boyer CINCINNATI (AP)-Clnclii. begin another Little League season at Cambier Park.
whether Bobby Bragan bas rank tops in the league. nail's
The Cancer Crusade and Mrs. one-two punch of Oscar
Wolfe extended special thanksto JACK HAND 9, Houston enough pitching after he gets Catcher Elston Howard, the Robertson and Jerry Lucas Teams are practicing hoping to be ready by April

the pros at the Hole.ln.the. Associated Press Sports Writer 10. New YorkIn past Warren Spahn. powered the Royals to a do or. 27, the start of the schedule, Softball teams practice

Wall, The Moorings and Palm NEW YORK (AP) It has the American League you All die fourth-game victory over elsewhere in Cambier Park in preparation for the
River Charles Grant, William been 18 long, dry years shove start with New York and work EDGE ON CANADIANS Even In the Boston Celtics in the East.

McDevlU and Tony DeCail for the St. Louis Cardinals won a down. In the National you open DENVER (AP) University of. ern Division playoff finals of the April 14 opening of another men's Softball league

their co-operation and helpful. National League pennant The with New York on the bottom Denver1 hockey: team has won NHL Stanley Cup National Basketball Association season (NEWS photo)

ness during the affair and also drought Is over. Despite the re-and work up. Not even the plush 10 games while losing two and Tuesday night .

to Phil Darbyshire and staff at tlrement of Stan Musial, they Shea Stadium can rescue the tying one In a series with Saskatchewan Boston, winner of the first lit, ,ted ly April 1", with ill

Big Cypress and to the pro shop will scramble home first this Mets from a third straight yearIn going back to the Semi MatchesSid three in the best.of-seven set, Watkins Tourney matches playidby Sunday, April

staff at the Beach Club. season In another typical cutthroat the cellar. Houston may bea 1949-50 seaaon The Canadians was in position to take Its eighth 19.

struggle.The bit better but not enough to haven't won since their two victories Abel, Detroit's outspoken straight division title Tuesday Match fond)' Adams is the fending

world champion Los An. ,catch the rest.St by 17-0 and 9-1 scores in hockey coach, Is $500 poorer night but ended up on the short Entering champ if (lie tournament.

HolelnOneBy gales Dodgers will be In It. So Louis has the league'sall.star the inaugural series., and a lot happier today after end of the score, 102.93. -,-
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will San Francisco, Philadelphia infield, a top young the Red Wings' 7-2 "stay alive"victory The series moves to Boston Play In FlightsFinal MANAGERS'NEADACHRS

and Milwaukee Cincinnati catcher in Tim McCarver and over Chicago In Tuesdaynight's for the fifth game Thursday SIRtSOr4.I'In.lth'I ) Mm

Doctor On :could be a factor Even Pitts.I added pitching strength in Rog. The Dogs Stanley Cup action. night. quallfjliiff rounds for the user AI |Lopes ,,f the (hi' aptVUllll

i burgh I and Chicago are posslbll. er Craig to help Bob Gibson, The Wings' decision squared "The pressure was on us and annual H. B. Watkins Senior Golf Sos nuns Wl HUTU l w II

'Cancer' Day hues Only Houston and the poor Ernie Brogllo and Curt Sim. their semifinal series with the 1 told the team to Just relax and Tournament were shot today' at uiKh to make yitod im ,..!inki'

.Did New York Mets appear out. mons. Much depends on a comeback At Bonila Black Hawks at 34, same countas play their normal game," said the Beach Club. A big>!( turnout 11I.111IIII'r hul tin "it.I rim ,hoist,

A hole-In-one by Dr. Alton 'classed. by pitcher Ray Washburnand the other set between Toron. Royals' Coach Jack McMahon. was expected in I luyui./ nmmigti hu>. n II ,
Richardson of Donlta Springs Nobody has repeated In this the ability of Charlie James to and Montreal. The Maple "We only made some small ad. Following completion of the fir On ix'lulilur.

couldn't have happened at a ''well-balanced league since Mil. and rookie Johnny Lewis or RESULT :Leafs pulled even Tuesday night Justmenls on both offense and qualifying rounds Beach Club "I like Yogi/ sjv I 1."lwt.
waukee In 195758. Four differ Carl Warwick to make the Pint : ? 4 M when goalie Johnny Bower defense" "I
more opportune time. up SWIM 7)U:1ttP') n'II ( Pro Paul Bell said nights will lust hunt utter hi list- in
(ant teams have won In the last In the outfield ( .50 on ttd ,blanked the Canadlens 30. But those Just ,
adjustments
It happened at the Moor grade as regulars Mil I tidy Gay (I) I 00 II 00) be arranged and the first roundIn >r thru tiinus H w'n't uttcr
tour years starting with Pittsburgh with Curt Flood. Cuiy MinourMen4 (S) ,4 40, about bottled up Boston's Bill li ,
Ings Club the i a The deciding games In the match play competition is health It hi con Ink* H-\ the
scheduled Country doe on day. In I960. With the excep. Pitching again must do the $ '? r-211u Qvln I 141401 bestseven sets will be played Russell. The big center who led expected to be finished by' Sun. 1''', tiiht.I'I'' \ ..Wh let I t1 ''CI'$".
I by Collier County i lion, of the Colts and work for the titllt Lockit u ISM Celtics in the first three
Metes only heavy tigers ) 1049 020Whlt.'P.M d Ijat Chlqiga: \ : ,and Montreal.Thursday 'the day, April 12. II"' 11'1 ,
Cancer Society as the day to i the Cardinals PMIs and Cubs with Sandy Koufax and Don Gltnori (2))((7) 1.50'ie,140'( night.I games, got only one field goal Second rounds are to be c >m. ''I" h.

"drive against cancer." 1 have failed to make the gradein Drysdale carrying the load. If and seven free throws for nine ,, -
Bill NeDevltt! pro at The the last six years.It they make It again it will be. Dally Doubts (7.ll) 114144 I\-of Clarence the National Campbell Hockey, president League points. He grabbed 24 rebounds, FREE SEll ?ARKRJC'FOF3op CART

Moorings drew a 15-foot cir Is about time for another razor thin because Walter Al. Third, T -21152: Quln HIM ,docked Abel for the Detroit but Lucas pulled down 23 for rnii r

cle around the pin on hole num- {pennant for the Red Birds who ston must worry about catcher Flu Rid,ih III((2)) 460 120 210 in IM skipper's blast at referee Frank the Royals. HOME 0' THE FAMOUS

ber 16. It plays about 135 'haven't been In a World Series Johnny Roseboro's condition. Andy Fill (u) Z20Fourth Udvarl after last Sunday's fifth In the NBA's Western Div(. A"'Diar'Club. 10 ,,,, f\l wm (t;
.-' I ilnce 1948 when Enos Slaughter The Giants have been ripping sion finals, St. Louis and San I
yards. Prizes were offered for T-4II' Quln $20 M game woq by Chicago 32. (OlR1S
,made his famous dash home the Cactus League competitionto M.ry. Trip (at) UM 440 121B Francisco tangle in a fourth
golfers getting within the magic ,From first base while Johnny shreds while compiling gaudy y. ((1) 4 20 t0N.ptun.4 Abel read the announcementof game tonight at St. Louis. The mdYt.

circle. About 70 golfers con. I Pesky of the Boston Sox hesl. .400 batting averages and be. Shidaw (1) I 08 the fine to his players Just Hawks lead that series 2.1,

trlbuted $1 or more and entered j I tated.: having like men with a mission. Fifth T-111 71 u\ 1ni 171,MPuthin before Tuesday night's game. McMahon credited Robert.
A
the competition. Only Here's the way It looks from It remains to be seen If rookie "' '.r.y Rouittl((2) ((5)) 1120 00 4 74t 00 "I no sooner began to read it son's second half performanceand

two golfers proved to be sharp I beret Jim Hart and Jay Alou will Quick Trick (7)) I 41 than I realized these guys were Lucas rebounding as the

enough to figure In the awards, I, st, Louis make It and whether Bob llend. Susie T-40:21 Quln. S72.W hot enough to melt the Ice," big factors in the Royals' win. OCEAN AT .

and Richardson made It a dead. 3. San Francisco ley and Bub Shaw will be the Cool Llki III( 26 M 910 450 Abel said after the Wings had Robertson got 23 points In the MIAMI BEACH 54, FLORIDA

center shot with his hole-ln- 4. Philadelphia tonic the staff needs. Dto Rocking N tl Rid(2) (5)) 110 2 I.H 00livtnth .turned their wrath on Chicago last half and ended up with 33 II

one. He used an eight Iron. 5, Milwaukee Actually, the club that has along T-II:M 124.20Jont goalies Glenn Hall and Denis to share scoring honors with 3- day 2l1 1 006' at jCOME
DeJordy.
Richardson displayed more 6. Cincinnati shot chance la Philadel Rusty () 7 tin 120 210 the Celtics' Sam Jones J ANrriArtC f KID LEAVE ANrriwt SUNDAY
7. Chicago phia. Gene Mauch has the pitch. Nip Hivoo (it) LOS i 40 Udvarl presld.dlthout In. Jack Twyman with 31 points

than usual exuberance at the 8, Pittsburgh log with the addition of Jim Cllual Frind (5)) 1.40 cldent-In ttw Toronto.Montreal also turned In a top perform. par p..non, 401 ore lot nun

accomplishment because of Eighth T-IIIM Quin. $150.50' scrap Tuesday night. ance for the Royals 1111.$14 .",. ((4501304.,..."'., !
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RAIN OR CLEAR ItSEIVATIONS CALL: Golf and Club Estates
gimlnilun
$miNG$ RicitIllvlnlh Big Cypress Country rxaryER$ .miOmt ,e NA.tt
OMIT ((7 Oil
ATURDAY MATINEE 2:30pm/mt. WYmii 2 2431 29 Mr11/ A /Ms

Grade t J | Phone MI! 2.6692
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NAPLES.FORT MYERS KENNEL ClUB NO MINORS! ",'ll Jilt I Plocklt Ool tI x C0
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COLLIER: ; COUNTY NEWS 11



lot .VEGLEB'S Wednesday. April 8. 1984

boats t"'etle

tPt'II/JIIJII CALL THE NEWS FOR

I%O RN ER Bjr MARION SORENSEN RUBBER STAMPS


S S C. C C S S S S 1000


PUBLIC'NOTICERESOLUTION



CLASSIFIED MART -"Zinj it'. Sprlnj or "Tlmi -. in WHrItEAS.' p..n' Se thu taneWof

Out for lectlon Sin. 51 514.. 01'''. 'Io"p
fun" II It was also Slatutos Anoototed. Ohs .GId 0'

ctlltd, wu a huce auccesa siBrookstdt County Comlion" 0'' Co'-''
County. 5 politmcal I subdivIsion sf the
Bowl last week. A
Stele of Florida
acting aa o port
large crowd of wom.n (and aome euthorlty lo authorind end ampowered .

'' men who "snuck" In) sew thta to contract for the purchoao
of. to ocqulro and maintain. to contract .
? show which wu put on by Du. dobtt fora Ills ocqultition, orconttruction

.P6'.P autoS$ MIdw& .P6'IJ' \\o'os Pent and AMF. Comments w ro"Fsbuloug" odvancta of.to and borrow to Ittuo money oondo. tomoke

..."Wdn believe It or other obligation. to finance" any
----.J' t *aa oing to be ao wondarful." L- part or all of ouch acquisition orconttruction
of any port laclllt.et.
There were many who wIre aorry and to do oil .noctttory y m

they did not attend and they connection therewith for ond in pro*-
orvation, of the htelth tafety. ..1.
hope
It will be repeated again fare sod conv.n"u 01 ''', 101aM.

I Announcements sometime. tontt of taid county and all for e

23-Milc. For Sale 41 Trucks s Tractors 54-Trad. or SoIl Lots of time yet for enter proper WHEREAS public I tha purpoto Board, and of County

PLAZA BEAUTY InC the Newg.presa Gold Cup Committiontrt n authorltod to provide
SALON Gray Rocking Choir. large aluminum Adult amalure ,
lUmp collector by retolution from time, to
Ill P;. Tomliml, Trail,. folding, table Ml 2 7067 g l'r9n'tIOX''Cck': get trod: has soil stamp ...,pl"*. Intiotted Tournament. time for tha I Ittuance of bonds lor
Midway ii7p3SoitiMoloii after I p", 4/Sit for only 117" Iso G H. lU' In twepplng' Ml I.2JU. the purpoto of p.ymg, oil or any
I U CU It AMC Refrgerator lu" GMC. ''NC. Cli tlh St.150S51511 4/U' BROOKSIDE BOWL, part of tIn. COIl of acquitltion of
Si' I..t '."' ,or..y tech port facility
top Eiceilent TWIN .
Accet.Matter.t Cond.I,on Onlv' UJ 00 if told ;'''.;. SS-Stores Office COUNTY Rae Tire NOW, THtP.lr'ORE. BE IT RE
qucMy' Ml. ? .. bOnn 1 p m ball" HendrU led his team,, SOLVED by the Boerd of County
'H""iC.ns II..vl' TRUCKS Commlttlonert. of Collier, County
duty tIt ..1. Brunk.Miller Ina. to a clean
.
.. .. Florida. follows
.,. I.ikl ei :
C.II, Doc P"co.2 ?.,. IU5 LOST bright carpet colortrsilors Your Choice $29500 Oflct Space tt S IS .N For sweep over Cult Coast Motor.. I. To ctntrtct for, and lo acquire .
11,10 with Pluo LustroR Rent at III per me CoettColony '
ky purchate and to hold
1/Jl.tI ontsloctr ic sh.wpoosr II. H. 5 T. Cbs 06.1k-be. SlIp 341 lIlt Ave So Rae blasted ramea of 204201. a pork end recreational facility, 01 a

PORTS FI&HERMAW! '" pIes Furniture, Co. III 1 T. FevI Wotkte >01. for a 806 let. Georre Tag certain tract of real, property located
II ,.. Ulrlckton, br larlj In Collier County and ,
KJ Or.y Merino. .i..5t rIcomplete bombed out a 245 for a 625 "nor.p.rticalarly
h ALL IN RUNNING 57-Howses For Sale datcrlbed at follows:
wild fnhini, chs,rt 26-Pertonol CONDITION to lead the acorlnf for the lea. VERY RARE 702 was rolled recently by Harry Sat > All' that part of Section 10 and
WITH uchelli
end mtny othtr ...,... Top Cue. Carroll pert of Section, 1> lying South
condition Imo 00. W,1t, trifle WOULD LIKE. 1964 LICENSE PLATES Charming little ......... colling Arnold posted a shown, I In, Pittman Classic League ol Wggne Pass 'In Townthip 41
TO play.
,0, ,S.t ..,.... Call '''''0" ADDRESS KNOW THE 2 hors. .homo on .lorge FbI 550187. J. Abbott listed a 218 South: Range 21 Eatt Including:

.1/21,9,... M' I.UZI 0' M' 139)1 SMITH AND 0'FAMILY CHARLES FORM A Your Choice $295.00 ttudded lot Loeeed for' I'l per loner, Harry Clouaer SI 6, Mar. Sauchelli'i 238-206-258 came within 16 pins of the .11 rip arlanrlglits appurtenantthereto

ERLY OF month |l.100. term*. Burton vln whether by accretion or ,..
NAPLES CALL PAl"'ETTOCOURT.Ml 2 6119 AF FURNITURE FAIR ..... Ml. 2.2US. 4/l.tf Lellastera and BUS Bryant Pine Lines record for three ttrings The big 3-stringer 1 hction: lying" Wetlorly of an agreed
YACHT BROKERAGE TER I PM. 204, Fred Hill man 200. Moon boundary Fine. at tat forth ina
NO. TRAIL ROYAL HAII.OIt-aI. month Mulling was Sauchelli's second since coming to Naples and certain agreement between ..".
o7'l'I: Listings reached altO, B. NaSa orly Inveitment

Fine Bob'Martin, -:Ml. From 13757Brunk 20' Black Faille Evening Coat t* 44-Mobile Homes old muter home he*2 bedroom doluio. droning 2 both. singer 197, Bill Bans 195, H.S. constitutes a new high for the league. Corporation and Compeny Scepter Corpora Curlew.

.Smith Chrlt.Craft Salet' 10 Stole length collar trimmedwith room Q or. kitchen. two car Overhulta 1>3, Ceorte Hart lion dated July 14. IMO, recorded
,
July 25. IMO I In .
wide bend of black 0 R Book IStt
.
lynx games of 161 167 ErIe
-14 toiling. Kayak complete w,thoutrigger One of o kind, dot,gned by Trailer with cabana end ctr garage. L..centre. hoot .und ..olrcond George Weaver and John Zate Danleli I 572. Bud llogue produced a lone pops MS; deed between Forrett
Iivl..I"I. .
Dior, Ml 9 | 156, Jerry Davis and BrendoiHaynea D 217 Ed Belavek Welter, o5 al. ta Invottmenl .
tnd tail Ml I MM 24754 4/1110 port orrinter tile Nice lecation Well to well sod 192, Paul Wlckham, Paul Abra. and Ev Said Beverly
cerpetlng cut
bolero 10 A M. 4/7.M Ml 24ISJ or 127M 154 and Linda Hahn 145 an IllInoIs corpora
torn win 209 Francis Lord 7'"li.
mod 201. Ben
drope ethereewillod
"'town : plu* hamson and Russ Gay 191, Ted lion ." 13 IMI and
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33-Servites Offered Land 196 Harry Klbbee and ROLLING BROOKS MIX EO.0 Sutton shot a 180, John Hogue Sand recorded April, /. IMI In 0 R.
trode ecreige free .nd .lot:Cen bo-j Impeded; ,
Book M 74
Gordon deed
Justness Opps ct.., for 10 wide' trailer Col.I t:30: to 4:II. .1500 Bonlte Lone Francis Halt IM. River won all from Hen 0 Rusa Penno 177. Marksman John A.' Pulling pete ;at al to between Beverly

HISLCRS STANDARD OIL 2 1 Iisr.MM County Real. Citato. Ml Ml 24021 4/ailOI2 PALMETTOOutstanding for deraon Creek with Bettye Hover,. was Wes Hanson converting the Investment Compeny. en II.

A GOLDEN 2190 tth ST NO 1/lIwsif Open Sunday TAKEFPONT DUPLEX$11boo. .. the man, 460, and Ernest Rimes,,, 4.7.10. linolt corporation dated Juno I
BUSINESS night was Shirley Johnson
OPPORTUNITY ARC AND GAS WELDING 1500 do.. 512213 me.I aa 454 lilt ond recorded on July' I, $IMI I
pi' leading
WANTED: A couple or couplet ON THE Joe ROAD FIELD tide rented for III per mo. aha used a 188 for a 524. Lucille them. High for th I PITTMAN CLASSIC Harry: In O R Book :7b.3' :: deed
for Own.r.M.o.p.m.nt of IllS { 48-Apts. For Kent opposition was Hazel Abraham 0 Sauchelll between Cor.
Beautiful Bonne' 4 HR ROAD SERVICE Here your ghosts to buy Lord came up with a 816.191 was In the groove asi
Springs Spa COMPLETE AUTO homo end Income See BURTON son with PO"'IO" a Florida' corporation to
5FRVICE a 484. honors
Hotel Eicellont terms to the DAYS Ml 21121 BROS 121 Ird Avo SoMl Bebe Moog 494, Gert Dunn 493, Scoring i he fired s sliding 702 aeries, B.VIly Investment Company. an
vOlt parties. Contact person NIGHT went to Al Tatu who fired a S8i r blasting of 238.206 and Illinolt Corporation, dated Juno I
Dr Chat Gnau Ml JJ" t Bedroom furn thed Eff cioncy I 120$ IIUf Hazel Abrahamaon 492, Edna games
IMI IMI i
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end .
Wyman alt In recorded July I
ttill 0' write P 0. So. \\n Apt No pet or children' Ml I bedroomt, t bothe. IM block Simpson 490 and Eileen Wheel. using s 220. Lucille Lord reach. 258. Tex Kaverman used games!I In R. Itt page IIS o>
Senile Springs Florid' 21317 or Ml 2 50f1 1/HH 4o beach On Control Avo Ml. er 489. ed a 468. Fred Clark regls.. of 209 and 105 for a 612 Jock : for B.OOo; foot ttnp. for road
a12U4 Tr.nlport.tion '00. Hoe doluno living room Mary Antitrust pro. tered a 209 loner Harry Clou.. right" of,way In Section to T...".
I bdm Ountlishid apis N.., lorlee room combination with duced a 201 sIngleton, Jo Wick Hatcher 603.248. Bob Tope ship 41 South. Range it East In
boadk mod 51004150 Wllkly. ,'ri log.. end aer 195, Hub Rans 189 Mart: Collier'
reached a 564 and Huble Hart Florida the sold
12-Help Wanted DRIVE A moxtlll Iroor year around Mid encloted garage.-r"I". : ham 160, Gwen Bowers 161 and Mlltner 174, Mae Grant 181 and I> 554. rght.ol."C"'t.. described le
3 ( 1/lltf Harold Miller exploded with
way dreped sod cerpetlng TomMcBrido the 5.10, Nena Ellis 167,Georgia OobIowsllsplnolnp
Meettor. 112 Pork. St Pearman Kathy Croak 170. Jean Hyder' a lone 232, Ev Baldwin 224 WU.: et e point en the South
,
sp'd man or woman to act at New Hertz Car JABAL SHOKttt APT!. So. Ml 2.U4.. 2/IHf 156193. AltO Floyd a listed a 165 Bertha Kernag.. burn lino ol tho said' Section 20 distant
0 Bullard 202.204
,
BUI
associate" ret dent mgr ld.Iworkior Efl, nice 133 plus the 4.5.7, Fran Jonus J90J feet West 01 lbs Southeast
available Rd.
c enciet _
h... Office CO..dhon.record, N sason.lb. ALL GAS PAID and Arece A... Ml' 2 44SI Kelly YANKEE new conception LANDING In waterfront tetelly Hamilton 159 and Fay Rimes han 163, Mary Lansa 153, Rub)' 202, D.J. Salmon 203, Wee Her corner thereof; run Wool on the
l050int. tvp 3/26.11 : Rtner, Ruby lAnd 137, KayeRani 5 i 211 Said South lbs 11(1 feet; thence
Ing end desk work Apt fur. Co's on Cnetepeolie Ave 152. son and GUI Seaberg 204. North at right anglet' distance,
t
n.thed for couple" or ngle, per TO ANY 0" from 97.500 to. 115.000 See M 156, Hilda Tatu 146 and KltiJurek I i Bob Steele Jr. produced a 212 of 10 foot; thence E..,. parallel.
THE today or call Burton ..... Ml BANTAM PUPPIES Mike
,
FOLLOWING
CITIES'
ton Simply write ,
your/ name Funsisliod I bdrm, 161. with the 55:1 South line dit.
...d'.... phone if dual"f,od end 5017. MI 2 2005 or opt. u"I" 2 2121 after hour Ml 31154. aacey tossed a nice 305 witha loner Glen LUea 192, P. Whld. lance of 101 feet. more or e lest,
we will cell Write box 1737 Akron Ohio 3/1411 1/17.U 158 high Glen Roark 273 Chris SEA SHELL MIXED Charlli 5> den and L.V. Shields 196, Charlie to that certain boundary. be.
MH Collier County Newt (alt,more. MdBongor Rice knocked the
maples down I i Rice twoen Beverly Investment Com
t: Vlrg Batcher and Jim
.
'/1.51 MeBotton i I Croak 255 and BUI Bowes 238. .
IMMO ..
end
MiltBotton Efficiencies, Day Week or M llth AML for a 243 and 576 set to leadthe I I Croak 105.POWDER. pony Scepter Corporation
between ttk 0 gm Me Kanny Roark had 151 cording to on agreement doted
COUPLE OR t GIRLS Month. IRIS' : a single,
( MOTEL .
Sub
Fully,:, experienced cook chembermtid Chirletton. W Mitt VaChicifo 22302 or Ml, t.list. ) Ml ..... from 114.IM f. $17 : John Wlngler 130 and Paul league. Don Cheaser cams 0> PUFF Winners of July 14. IIM sod recorded. July
WILLIAM S. SYONO. 114G. JJ. IMO In O R. look M at
butler. houseman Top III. up with a 537. Hazel Abraham the pates
reference let J SalMons, Mason Jr. 11Z.BANTAM > sweeper were Dottle White til to ill 'Inelutlvd I ; of the PubIlirocords

Connecticut* tummort y..rsregu.r..d. Noplat Cincinnati Cleveland. OhIO Ohio, mint F.rnshod. hugs ..I bedroom..... room kitchen spIll .IST50PLNL. ... Jolla KITTENS. Tarry eon was high for the gale with> 735, Marc Mlltner 690, Mary of Collier County, Floridathenco ;

.,..t".. tmtll house I Dayton. Ohio' hall Ml 2 1191' 2/tf Wlngler rolled a 124 lit a 226 a 496.181, Melba Cornell 494, Lanza 681$, Ruth Dodge 678 and aforesaid Southeasterly agreed boundary along, e dntonco the.
In l.mIITop Write
P. O. Box 121. Neplet waget Detro Mch.E..n.to". III.. 51-Lot. For Sale set, Jean Wlngler 217 Lucy Eloulae!: Williams 490, Ann Davis Betty Smith 675. Members of of II feet more or .lest to ills
DON T BUY OR PINT 487 and South line ol said Section to thenceWeot
,1.7.IDEEDED Bettye Hoverman 480. the ,
Evansville. Ind league then went to the Pub
UNTIL' YOU SEE: Pulling 213. Cindy Bell 103 on sold South lint IM feet
AT ONCE Full or Flint Mid YANKEE LANDING 7]' e 110' 14.11. I blocks Paul Abrahamson produced I for their .
banquet about which mort or lest to tho Point ol Beginning
Grand Rapdt. M'ch. ,. ...c". I.h II. III. ....... alngle. Susie Bell had two Identical ,
port time lone .
man or
women to Hartford tscilo "n..I. ...11...ntl A 212, John Bull 210, Eddie 1 there will be later To b. used at e County
Conn more
,
Toni McSrlds .
serve Watkint, customers In NePitt waterfront Co 1t..1. IJI and U her first game next Rood right of. end only
op on ChettptaheAve way ee e
I"d.po"" Busceml 206
IndLeimgton Perk I. 10 W'' 0.0140. I/llif and ArvUl Holland
Good Income No 'Invest in Oyster Bay l.... with week la the use she will win S County Road rught.of.wsy.
Ky.
"'.",. Set your own hours L""vllI. OptiOn to buy Burton Pros Mlii 202. Mary Harroun reached a t. Said eontract la to be performedeo
Write C. R Ruble' Depl A I. Iwaukee' Wig.Ky, > ; or MI ; 137 1/27 n PORT ROYAL Lot ,lit. 0.1. a triplicate patch. Bantam Rules 194 T. Sentovlch 192 Bill Dunn PUBLIC NOTICE toon ot tIc hereinafter mentionedbondt
P. O. Bo. 2447. Memphis T.". Mi005ipllll. M,nnMolin ;aTidThOII; Zbath Coopalt leon Drive For Sole or TredoWrite permit this u only two games ore legally told lo pay
on'... 47.1113H.Jp .. '". front apt for .IMS ....0". Q i. Herbert 2121 Pot are rolled ....ton. 191, 3.D. Williams 189, L. Sort>, .IN. THE CIRCUITCOURTOF, THE] 141710010 for tho lull property
Now Hovst Con. Con be teen first week AprilRlply Rood DarIen. ConnCypreee ... per tovlch ICO, Marge Thomas 167.i. TWELFTH JUDICIAL ClrVJUIT Of 0 0 St qjitrlet Charities an IllinoltCprofr ,
Went. Female New York City" N. Y. Ion 770a ,/?> 4/l JUNIOR MIXED. Danny Mul. 159 and Von Lee 155. FLONIDA.. AND torn VOU.ISMCOUNTY ) corporation' together wttk
New York City, N YPhiledelphio leads t reasonable on
Orlvo. 7. roeidentiel. ling the league with a 4 85.
PaPitttburgh Air cond efficiency and I bd'.... lot 11400 C. C. Potvlck 112 .IN.. CHANCERYCHANCIftV" ponoet) In acquiring holding and
.
170 Kyle Huffman 473.177 and good ond marketable I title
Secretory wonted for small elI Pa Nasr' hood conveying
P''o.: sad Di. $64a lIlt Avo So '/'7.tf PINE LANES No fOll : :
: Iroe and clear ol all liens and oncumberencet
ce Muit be able lo take die Portland Me, and KIMSERLY Jim Sheets 452. Barbara Soren.aen BAMAHA J. SINJAMINPlaintiff.. .
tetion and TRAIL BOWLERS Jack list of laid land to Collier
operate an electrictypewriter chmond. Vu.R0000ks APTS Mt 2 5192 1/.11 -
was high for the gala witha County. Florida.
Send payment to bo
resume lo Poe VaSt
1737 JJ, Collier County Newt Louis, Mo. .. To settle Estate. Lot It. Block 460187. Larry Lee listed cher, 520, and Frank Hatcher, M .made it or en conveyance el told
411.11 Syracut*' N. V' 2 bd,,,,. apt guett nout* Noun K; Fbi R'.fhL EntOMion 813, led Hatcher Construction In CRAIG, L. ICNJAMIN' Property
Toledo, Ohio beach and (hopping Annette C .ltl I7M their DafandontNOTICE 1. To Ittuo port facility bonds, end
,. Trenton. N. J. W,nn. Rfoltor, I2i SIll. St, So' No. Trail., Ml 21155.. 2/lltf win over Tamlaml Tire. OF SUIT s oIl tht saws. holding' the proceed!
w. ..
wanted Apply'In ptr Washington D. C. Ml 21571 1/je t. Sale! W. dod Lot ..*er Scoring honors for the night THE STATE Of FLORIDA TOl I In a tpociol fund from which the
ton at Liggett Ranall Napl.sSloppiog Worcester. Mats. hedewlewn. School. 0.47 voter Kansas City went to Joe Braun with tree CRAIG L, BENJAMIN s.pln... of the aforementioned purchase .
Center. 4/1.tl Purnishod 'P' Wr root lIS por.i. OvOIlahI.' lot, Term. Coll s MO D.,..... Avonua shall be paid and per thohereinafter

rii. food thocb.r or h.h NOW you can drive to any : 'tnqure at 1041 C.cN Mfnwoy 2M12 or too your mendous 659, using games of r Buffalo. Now York I tot, out terms and con
;.,....... _'__W', OftEETINQS d it ions.
school .red. WIllIng to ....n. of the above northern cit W To Prohibit 169.254 and 236. O.B. Osceola :
0. The total amount ot the I.....
You
Woman for torvmg lino oup los in a syankisg now spar.bblng ore haraby notlflae' that i
not nacestery Apply In psr.onat clean. low mileageCALL Furnlirnd, Apt I bdrm. L.W. 59-Acreage fired 245 for a 618 and G. lull fiat koon flied' aolnat you InIha thai! bo J55000000.
Lamplighter Cafeteria' Herti Ch.nolot Sr 0110, kitchen 4 dining room comb Eaton 005.210.224. Buck Perry Circuit Court: of tho TwallthJudicial k. lush bond shall beer Interest
1/Z9tt tine car: Hart pays for Tile both tub and ehowertcreened Discrimination tallied 584.222 Circuit of Florida. In ondfor el the prevailing, market rate
and
t.pI'"oO ...,..... Apply' in Pus and Cit. porch TV cable 132 160 ACRESAT .Mike Pike I Colllor County. styled Barbara which' shell bt lest then the
Ird Ave So CALL Tommy Ke WEST "' J. Banlomln; Craig L. I .'..,'orlf maximum
person 5 Andy' PIt ...b.q... ENTRANCE OP FT vo Canlomlntha
./7 II HERTZ NOWTO hoe. Ml. 2 2155 or Ml. 11111. LAUDEROALE.NAPLES TOLL KANSAS CITY. Mo. (AP)-In raliaf thoraln I aoughl kaini adivorce 1 All bonds shall mature within'
4M ROAD I MILE FREE ACCESS of votes but BowlingStandings end II yaart from date of Issue
'RESERVE your fine, an smiting surge you arc horoky raqulradto
d. Each
Women bond will ko rodeemakleoffer
to do housework
light HERTZ Car while,' th.l. of Garage apt floor downtown HIGHWAY FRONTAGE Ml. less than 1 cent Oils with the Clark of sold, Court
end cook I meal. 1 hour dally by slightly per / I yeert from dote of Ittuo
tor I..... Cloud 4 TV coble Suitable 14212, BOX 592$, NAPLES TRAILESOWLER3oPL your written dofanaat, If any you the ,
.13 hours a lays s ...... PIt.I garoge '/1.It Kansas City voters affirmed under terms and conjltionttil
WI I .HIM after S p..... II perton 160 pormonth Builders Man 49 39 have either personally er ky altornay oat on the face of tho bondThe .
In Naples Call MI 2.3850 .orMr 221X2 4itfoTerh ., woo ...... ... Adl..... Tuesday an expansion of an or. In cold" orocaodlnet on orkoloro '. form of the bond thill bo:
I DOa oom unMA,... =.7u dlnance forbidding racial dls. Furniture Fair 48 36 the 7th lay of May ISM III Semi.annual coupon kondtr .
14-Hitp' Wanted Male tJ" a18Autos od APARTMENT wIll complete, ..:::: Crayton Cove 45 39 and thereafter to larva e cooytharaof .g etorod ee to principal and
Lndry
kitchen "' Ie. w. 1.-. 0,.;. .....,.. crimination In establishmentswhich on Plaintiff, counsel, J.....::5 Inl"... at the option ol the
AIS J bALLS MANMiLIt For SB! BY 'WA.o.Yl''r:: trade with the public. Hatcher Const. 45 39 ft Adoma. P. O ... 411.. Noplao. purchaser
A 5ev iaosrapiiantlnls, with Kg IIP-Ave So Ml 22.313 or ,. .. or 0"" .v., Florida. horses fell' not uoon oain 121 Elocution .".11 ke it tot
bleat working condition bout I tic,. "" lito .c,. .c,. The unofficial count was L. V. Shields 43 31 of having o bores axe eonfoaae ontarad out ,In Section 111 ot toe. FlorIda .

0 good '''....n.'or. Mutt hebl. SURE BEATS WALKING! Owner lunge furnished ofllciency .... ."h .Ieet"clt, ..... 45,476 to 43,733margIn of King Insurance 41 43 oialnil youWitnoaa Stetulet Annotated
Air cond StonocrtftAptl rood*. Other hiecrs.g.trets. ....
hand end of d
I.clps..o 4 work eftee my to (13)) Denomination thill I ko
lively with talotmon' in growing Ml 4155. or Ml 2.2702t 120 ..... Ul per ..... enoup. 1,743 In a total vote of 89,209. Pine Lanes 39 45 Court ol Lout Naploa Florida OIl" II'.000 00 tech

Naples Roil utah Companytpecfalifinf Original owner must sell 2 Colllor.lilt County Open Reel r...... Ml This represented 42 per cent of Tamlaml Tire 37 47 Sth day of April, $$904.MARGARET. 14)) Piece of payment ol principal .
homot Bedroom Sunday T SCOTT sod Interest shall .. the
in quality furnlehed efficiency
the
Submit rotumo to boa J/7 AA I 1953 Oldsmobile Super opt No pet or children Mid. 2/IMrwtht. registered voters. Bon. Spr. Bus Men 37 47 Aa Clark. ol the obeys First National Bank ol Naplotand

51111, County News. Jill I tf way 11317 or 2.519. ClUf Only once before, In 1950 on Bonus Mets 38 Styled Court tho Chose Manhatten Bonk
88 4 Dr. Runs perfect. 48 Hey York New York
61 MAQIIL
CARETAKER HANDYMAN -Income a school bond Issue have ao
PropertyIDEAC SiINEI
Core .. .... I. The Ittue thai) b. doted November
of "
pool cart 011. tome
......1..... mochanlcol. oloctrlcol $150 I MI 2-4535 49-HouseM For Rent many turned out In a special PITTMAN CLASSIC /./ JAMES P. ADAMS I, |M4.
Year round Job for right It..t MU"'G"Y', election. Only 68,196 voted last PL (final) P. O B o. 411 ( The Ittuo el bonds Shall ke
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06
0010. ..
117.l
person Writs. P O Boa MlNaplot 1 bdrm unfurnlihed home for J ones Radio 75 45 N.pKa. Florida payable: Iron ond secured ky
IISI Pontiac 4 "' Mechanically J: : Sews. Vein December after s strident cam the lull ftith trod and lambs
.coll.n' 1150 v.I.... make of.for. rent Rotemery He.ght*, N. N*- 0011Sf. 038 Pass St. ::: :: which led to of L. V. Shields 74 46 Attornay, fo, Plaintiff ol Colllor County FlorIda
palgn adoption April I. U. It. tt IH4 power
|75 51
HELP WANTID Sue at I.... 140..... 550 SIll Riot monthly on yearly "3)I2ta and/or ell' r revenuel 0 thall i
L....,... ,...hllf and oiponding, Av,. 10. 17.11 Ml 21)11 or Ml. 2 473S \FOW s municipal tax on earnings. K KlnIlln.urance TO 1/2 t9 1/2 .. duo to Collier County otproceeds
homo buildort organ. lion '/1,], SEAFOOD BUSINESS Robert P. Lyons cochalrmanof Michigan Homes 65 55 NOTICE, 0' INTENTION TO from the operation, ol

noodt o mature. productiveeoletmtn UM Ford Oslo... 4 d,. lid' I blocks fro-n lieu r', Sal. Cewwsncial' lid REGISTER FICTITIOUS. NAME any race treck
court
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** I. the People for Public Accom. Fbh Tko .
with, o view toward Demo bedroom yr old Mon 5 32 C5S. 10 Hogues Camp 631/2 661/2 underlined da horaky cortlly I To coll e bond election "purluant
the I........ Excellent working wor"ly.Fully low equipped"' new car cond elec turnnhod. heat houto water Air Henderton C,..... ,IS' I 14' modatlons, said, .'1 think It Is Keeling Appliance 54 66 that May ore conducting o bus,I. I to Section lOt lIt FlorIda
condition Contact Fred Pluly il.aii Huge city will in cooler MI 14571 05 now ol Naplot. Florida. under tholiclliyut I statutes Annotated as emended, le
See Tom Peele, f'O per month plu' util tie*. significant that our citizens vou
savings if Col
M chigin Homo Mooring Lino Ml 21711 IIZ7.11W.t.rfront Team #/7 40 80 name ol COASTAL CON I. 1.5110 whiths, 0 ;welonly of frei. rolders
Drive. The Mooring; of Neplet her County Motor Ml 2 SIM. Adult BO pet* Ml' 24002Jtoute ed In greater numbers on a mat. ITFJltCTION I and that told firm I it :h who ore qualifIed electors' .
I/.UI 1/1.4' and cattail i--Onn.nl. of human than Team #/3 38 82 competed ol the followm, portent ,5'. 15 favor of taid, Issuance Sot
Month year 411 loth. Ave So "' Property ter rights on whoto comas aol placet of ,..,I. ,s Out above end the some it htrabv .
WOOD CHRYSLER something that affected their
S-SaUs Help Wanted II Rambler PLYMOUTH. Awl VI INC I bd,.... furnithed "0.... |!l YANKEE' LANDINO. Coop i pocket book.." TWIN COUNTY BB Donald N williamtBonne I t I at utual election polling plecatI .
per "' 0. 2717 Oavi' Blvd Ml kontISpi Csonpono the .ucutis5 Brunk-Mlller Ins 72 48 SprIngs, Florida To publish e copy of the resolution
Wagon A"r 2965 00 21010 1/25, new concept in watirfront C.. The new ordinance provisions John W. lyons 1, in The Coil,.. County Newt
MALE OR FEMALE II hryuber. N.w Yirhlr.otra A... racial discrimination Moons Masonry 711/2 48112 Naplot. Florida .a newspaper of genera, circulationin .
c'.n' 309306 2 b",.... "..... furn,thed. also ope on Cheteeoiko in Oyeler prohibit In Ownarthip CON I ,
of COASTAL .
MUST BE LICENSED If VW 2 dr tedin I lid,... haute furnithed Call Bay See it todey or cellBurton 67 I' Coll or County for e least oncelach
|149500 Broe Ml 22121 after taverns, amusement places, rec.reatlonal Fager RoofCo.tlng 53 STPIUCTION lo ta Id law.Donald .: week for four consecutive
REAL ESTATEBE 12 Karmann Gh o Ml I/JI 2 tfFaniiuhod IIM after S. 15 p mI't hour*. Ml 2 3137. 1/27.tflovely 'I facilities, meeting I Gulf Coast Motors 64 56Blbbees N Williomt M% I weeks the date of the firtl ""bIoCl'Ion
II 000 mlet nu 00 John W. Iv... M% t, thall bo April I. ..... and al
OWN BOSS 12 Renault Gord, IOU 00 fully furn,shod I bmw $halls, stores, transportation to.. Market 81 59 It is Ill., lnleotl.o II apply I e I least 30 days prior to teid election
YOUR 12 Ch.v Sol A.re. VI hosua f orrell 0 't,1 t hill home. oeoweil, aIr condlionod ditties, hospitals and other bus. Iho Clark. ol the Circjrt Court in sop _Dons thie lIst lay of March, 1M4
PIN Aut IIM 00 0. t Air" CO"d"on., MMII.s0,1 Beeut.fully landtcap ? apa Floor.Cov, J581/2 611/2 1 Cull, County Florida .. fcOAMO. OF
EXCELLENTPROPOSITION' II Pont.ic 4 dr ,fact- -_ _.. -_ A-- ...... P............._ .54 S20.IOC. lu;..:.....,..."" ..... In"N" open to Die, public. Sunshine Hrdw 57 1/2 82 b, Ihe soil SIMO .f COAITAL rag COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'
-- if. toaoed i9 i 00II per mo Ml 14491 er 1141 Cult Copt Surton. Imper.el Excluded were barber shops, 12't "" ......., Iho provl- OF COLLIER COUNTY
Auttin 49' 00 I Frank Whtmin Blvd Proper!.et. Ml 22121. otter First Fla. Real Eit 54 ont el Chapter 1MJ1 Law ofF FLORIDA
CALL MI 2-2354 II Bu.ck Le Sabre tni I .tour. Ml 1..JUI.27.11 beauty parlors, other places of. Rices lor da. Aett of lOll BY DEWEY POLLY
clean" I owner. I' 5M firing personal Clippers 41112 72 1/2 WITNESS' Chairman.
)/17.'f164kIp I Bedroom. newly decorated services, room our hands hit Ills dayof

M aul Dodge PS.Wigon.d.o VI. ISIS 00 will. to Consudir will "'low''''. Cablo rental' TVW HID ,. 5-3Mt. KM! Estate Ing Slid boarding houses and Vitro Services 47 73 February DONALD. Ins R WILLIAMS. :TTEST MARGARET T. SCOTT

AvBiUbUMgmt H Crown Imperial 4 drHdtp ... 15th tor detirtbla rented apsrtmenli. JOHN W CVIRS I Clerk of Circuit Court

clean.. I21J 00 Roar schools' No ,.... party Mid OWNER TRANSFERRED Kansas City baa had public PALMETTO BB Mar II. Apr 1. I. It. ties #u ,Apr I. I. II U. IM4 $10
a
St Cadillac 12 "et Air 17*) 00 I bedroom 2 beth Corner lot __ ____ ___
sad) Molnl work wantedo 17 tedebalon, Wagst. now. w'r t 55J7 4/1 tf ....., echeote Fine femiiyIbeth, 'accommodations ordinance cov. .Johns Clothing 79 1/2 40 112 m
cot or imur). Boir 1717 Lt ,.lva ,oil 29500 AiubI5 I sob pete Nawncelyfu Itsoni.ISTRA.
Colllor County How*. '/>.tfMttere I' Fend S cyl. 49500 n,tned lh':. t both homo erlng hotels, motels and res. ,Furniture Fair 64 66

womon with culturalbackground L.... ".. rm overlooking tNCONI Ps yoae I taurants since April 1962. The I Corwln Shells 57 63

dooiro* work M N*. 2MO N. Tro.l.l Ml 2 tSSl Lobs "' .y'I Dec I. West fr .,s tho 2 ...::::.. City Council expanded It in Sep. ;Dorothys 55 1/2 64 It
L.k. Drive "'I' 7547.7.5' homo
pigs QUIlT COTTAGE In
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homo _
plo* Companion .
excellent local, Both tember 1963, but It was forced
Knowledge on completely |Bon. Spr. Spa 52 68
drive so' light nursing PETSBOARDING
el nwtrillon Ml }.UM4fH 40-Autos Repairs s Parts t bdrm for. I electric both Unfurnishedeicept Move ret iS RIOHTI turnithed-THE, PRlCf to an election In a petition cam. Tropics Drive In 52 68

4 heel 3ood water. large yard paid sparked by the Tavern

itfeturo mon ago ... toeer cad Yearly rentel. reatotnbio rate OWNER WANTS TO SELL thus Owners Association and the As.
rwioblo ....I'.. oole poeitionMl LOOK HERE) Call Ml' 24543. '17.M CUSTOM BUILT 1 bedroombath sedition for Freedom SEA SHELL MIX ED BBoqulnas
I.IMS. 4/7.M l"- homo on lor I 039'tot Choice.
Wondering wher to North RapIst tocottonSee Negroes number about 80,000 ': 72 1/2 47 1/2

fo 50-Rooms For Rent of Kansas City's 475,000 popula. 'I Ilion Kings Crown 63 57 KENNELS 4
With ear problems' Maple* South ond Model,
Found your
21-lost & Homo on dI.I', and 30,000 of Its <:onchs 63 57
", ,.,, Paint, Jobs .. 209,000rag.J
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Factory
Room Odd private bath twin Remember to rent buy or Istersd voters. The J runonlss 61 59
Wreck RebuiltTuneup tell'
POUND ON BEACH IN bed 2 blkt from beech end I centectLucille they live gave the new, rules -fcigelWlngi 86l'2631'2 C AVALON ESTATESTo -
RING town 242 7th Avo So lAI-tf On Look Brown
THE VICINITY' MAY OF CLAIM Ird AVE BVIDENTIFYING Front end ol,.gnment Virgil ...reu.... SoS .I....' heavy msrgtns. I Panama Rollers 57 63Sea
) AND PAYING Motor OverhaulTrantmi prbvoll Rooni $227 tIlts Pt.N The ordinance lost In 15 of the s Horses 64 66

FOR AD._MMLoot **.en nbuilt 3'tos"I I JON a' 'I I'M7. DEWEY POLLYREALTY 24 wards, by Z-to-1 or more In S and Dollars 54 66 Open May 1st

Lubn.Cat,00P'sboe the new, suburbs Kansas City

Pink. rimmed' girt 51-Wanted To Rent Ills annexed to the south, east .

floeoet. Coll Ml I.SMS efterI Pol.... ft Was Corner erf lot Avo No and north. lOLUNG BROOKS MIXED -CD

.p:m. 4/J.Jt: Dent look any further WANTED May f..t. I bedroom Tamlaml Troll (final

See furnished house apart Ml 11134WflEAP.e G!ordon River 75 45lendsrson operated by
men or duplei in CrU with THEiR AIN'T NO MOlt
23-Miec. For Sale Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. AC a heel, yearly rental: Quiet H Creek 691/2 501 '2larco

couple no ,.rt.... no pottWrte KEY SEST. Fls. (AP) A M Pass 66 54 WEST COAST DETECTIVE AGENCY)
IM tth St. H. Mil IIOSMaoleo. P. O Bo. I/I Ntplet' fj ." Coffeehouse hss been
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opened )>iew
MAPS '1.. IIn If River 66 54&

CouMy Toe A"no ho.... on the beach. completoly the point where U.S. Hihwsy r>alm River
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Ito. Copying IneteMiyCAPLES furmtned. modern con No. 1 deadend. si the Gulf of P.O. Box 444, Orchard Ian*

BLUEPRINTING venionce w IN a rear'' 'loetepouibly Memo. The hishwsy stretches B labblers 58 6iloofcery ,
Sll He Ave So Ml 2 JIM : ;
/imBoootieul SPARKS I...option..Iy. nighett to buy local. Retponbi ref ( RESUlTg from Fort Kent, Mint to Key J Bay 57 1. 2 62 1.'1 Avaton Estates Naples Fla.

auoem wood kitchen .....c.*. Dour* eiception homo Oust where it can go no further. CThe laxambas: Kits 56 64 ]

eoeinoiq. No ar need low pricwnmediete end location Write tee 1717 H lorse Creek 6" 70
coffeehouse$
.... delivery.' Ml GROW FIRES K K Collier County New is called "The
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