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40th YEAR NUMBER 184 8 Pages 10 CENTS TUESDAY AP Brldgt on the Trail
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By The THE ASSOCIATED or PRESS CountySugar Battling At Near Rezoning BeachThe ,




SAIGON, South Viet Nam Zoning and Planning
(AP-North Viet Nam' Com. Board, meeting this morning,
munlst government says It hat held fast to a long-eslabllshed
moved 320,000 persons from the Lobbyists coning division line and turn.
populous Red River delta to the ed back an attempt to rezone
mountains, apparently to solve residential property near the
Us acute agricultural crisis beach on Fifth Avenue South to
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multiple-dwelling use
TOKYO (AP-Former U.s. Tine fight for a sugar quota Treadwell, the attorney representing of this size would warrant a In other action the board ask.
Vice President Richard M. Nix. QS M In Collier County will be carr. the ImmokAlee SugarCane f 12 million sugar cane proces. ed City Council to hold a public
on accused Indonesia today of led to Washington, D.C. Growers Cooperative sing mill in Immukale Fin. hearing on a proposed Chang in
International blackmail In its County Agriculture Agent Don anclng such a mill appears lube the coning code which would pro.
campaign against the new fed. Lander and Attorney Tom Tread. KEY MEETING no problem! hlblt construction of any more so.
eratlon of Malaysia.The weD will go to Washington con. About 73 members of the coop Restrictions called "guest houses." Such a
United States, Nixon said ttt with lawyers In the capitol met last night in Immokalee will on acreage plant. recommendation was made by the
Ins have to be
lifted If
In a luncheon speech, "must city who will help In the fight, and voted to continue the fight (board last month.
actively oppose any International The County Commission at this In any way deemed necessaryand be crops processed planted for after April 15 can The !board scowled upon a pro.posal .
blackmail, whether It morning's session heard Lander appropriate. sugar by an owner of a lot 1000ed
comes from the Communists or outline plans for the Washington Lander and Norman Herren CITIES SHORTAGE for business use to build: an
from other countries, such as f coaference and granted him leave urged coop members and other Herren told listeners at last apartment building. Motels are
Indonesia's threat to crush Ma. of .absence to make the trip with Collier Countlans to continue the tiljlit's meeting In Imm(1klLleethat permitted In business tones, but
lay si a." fight on an Individual basis by there still exists a sugar shortage apartments aren't.
sending telegrams to the Sec. and it will continue for sometime Coming up for review at the
MELBOURNE, Australia Find Death In retary of Agriculture Orville If restrictions are imposedat board's next regular meeting will
(AP-A four-englne Aus. Freeman and the Florida con. this time on the production of be all home-occupatlon license
trallan airliner lost a propellerand r I County Jail Due gresslonal delegation. mainland sugar The board 1 Is concerned over the,

part of an engine moments Opposition to a sugar quota, a "I fall to understand the at. number and\ variety of home occupations .
after taking off from Melbourne To Alcoholism spokesman said, comes from the tltude of the Department of Agrl. In the city.

today but landed safely an hour An performed by the U.S. Sugar Corp., which wants to culture In recommending that Then the board voted to grant
and 41 minutes later after shako autopsy limit the amount of cane sugar restrictions be Imposed at this a home-occupatlon license to a
D'4s Medical Exam
oft the County produced In order to hold prices
damaged
tog engine time" Herren said. prospective real estate broker,
The DC6B, carrying 59 Iner today on the body of Harold above the stabilization figure of and favored an application for
passengers and a crew of six, Browning of Immokaiee showed 6Vi per pound. Herren reviewed the govern a city beverage license with con.
headed out over Port Philip that death wu caused by Lander told commissionersthis ment plan to wage war on po. sumption on premises
Bay and landed after the hull chronic alcoholism, accordingto morning that Collier Coun. verty and In an opposite move
of the engine fell Into the bay." Sheriff E.A. (Doug) Hendry. Hans could produce sugar at a proposed to cut production of NOT FINAL
The autopsy wu ordered by profit on the 6'/i' cent stablltza sugar needed to fill shortages All of this morning's actionsby
DAVIDSON, Sask. (AP- Justice\ of the Peace O.W. Hancock tlon figure. He said this had been god In the same move reduce the board are subject to City
Communist China wants to buy after revealed through a feasibility Jobs for workers. Council approval at tomorrow
acting u coroner,
tremendous quantltltes of farm study made so far In the coun. Employment for migrant work. morning's meeting. The toners
machinery, fertilizer, paper, Browning had been found dead ers In the Immokaiee area wouldbe also asked Council to appoint the
wheat and minerals from Can. tt In the Collier County Jail during ty.About 2,000 acres of sugar stabilized on a year.around board's chairman and-or a de.

ada, former Agriculture Minis. the night He had been cane seed have already been basis with a sugar cane Industry signaled representative to attend
ter Alvin Hamilton said Mon. arrested yeaterd.yafternoonln planted In the Immokalee area, rather than the few months a statewide conference on planning
day night ta Immokilee on a charge of be* with expectations of a 1903 crop provided by vegetable crops, It and toning In Tampa May
Ing Intoxicated. reaching 20,000 acres. A cropCouncil Vis pointed out 21.23.
BRASILIA, Brazil (AP)-Bra. "This meeting should be
til's new revolutionary regimeIs worthwhile," board member
busy wiping out Communist Henry B. Watkins Jr. com men.
Influence but It also has reportedly ted. "We've got a lot of ton.
Invited Cuba and the Spring I FacingHefty ing problems In Naples."
Soviet Union to attend the In. Earlier In the meeting, Wat.
auguratlon Wednesday of Gen. kins pinpointed two areas In the

Humberto Castello Branco as Comes ToShadowlawn city as "trouble spots" relative
president to zoning They are In the vie.
Agential Inlty of the pier and the west.
LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP) era cart: of Fifth Avenue South
Pro French President Leon' 4 h. add
Mba's forces have won a maJority City Council will be faced of Doctor Pass This program "Property owners In these two

of at least seven seats In As usual, a big crowd Wednesday morning with a rather is to tie In with the planned areas will make constant effortsto
the new National Assembly. lengthy agenda, and there dredging of the pass and depositing change, the coning,1' Watkins
turned for the annual
Incomplete returns from the out are prospects that Council will of the spoil along the said. One properly owner In
voting Sunday gave Mba's sup. Shadowlawn Spring Carni have to take a break for lunch beach. the Fifth Avenue "trouble spot'
porters 27 of the 47 assembly appeared before the board this
seats, while 16 went to opposl. val' held Friday afternoonand and finish up In the afternoon. The City has applied to the morning
Though In lu length It resembles state to have six groins placedIn
tlon forces demanding the ouster evening. Gross receiptshit Mr,. Allison W. Haldle, owner
of French troops and less rell. many previous agendas this beach area, to hold the
about $1,400 it was reported of the Sea /Horse Apts., on Fifth
ance on France. the docket for Wednesday's sand once It Is pumped In. Avenue between Second and First
by the sponsoringPTO. meeting differs from the othersIn There has been considerable Streets, asked to have several

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) Part of the crowd is one respect. Reports of the erosion of beach south of Doc. adjoining vacant lots, presently

The Indonesian government today shown in top photo, with City's advisory boards will be tor Pass, and the coordinated toned"U" single-familyrezoned
claimed the surrender of R + considered at the start, Instead groin and nourishment program to "C" multiple dwelling. These
1,500 rebels In the South bicycles obviously the popular 9 of at the end, of this meetingand u anerforttore-establlstisome vacant lots are west of a zoning

Celebes after an all-out attack means of transportation.The of Council meetings from of tills lost beach. division line between multl.faml.
by dive bombers and paratroop. Erosion has been severe ly or multiple-dwelling classification .
ers. midway (second) photo now on. so
This procedural change was In this area that one owner of and single-family zoning
) was lined with games of The division line is rather con.
suggested Mayor Archie Turner a beachfront lot put up a sea
and baloons .. stet through this area oftheclty
.
skill ,
were ""n' last week and Turner followed wall astride thehlghwaterllneIn
,
Is .
Judge To Rule On coning exclusively singledaml.ly
everywhere 'ad It up. No longer will January, to prevent further from the beach to I line 100

Ruby's New Trial The ponies (photo at persons Interested In the reports eating away of his property. feet west of Second Street."UNECONOMICAL".
of the soiling boards or Observers claim that the wallIs
right) were gentle with the
Motion April 29 other advisory boards have to almost continuously In the
Mrs Haiti said the resident.
young cowboys and cow wait through an entire Coun water, but the proposed nour
DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Con. lal character of Filth Avenue In
damned slayer Jack Ruby will girls. ell meeting, not knowing when ishment program will once the area of the Sea Horse had

find out April 29 whether Judge There comes a time (bot Council would get to them. again allow persons to walkIn been altered by the constructionof

Joe B. Brown will grant his motion ) when DEACH PROTECTION front of the wall with un- a twostory apartment house
tom photo you've gotto
for a new trial. Council will consider moistened foot. across the street She also said
a pro.
If Judge Brown overrules the have a snack, so everyone posal Wednesday that the City The Moorings already has It has become uneconomical to

motion- nd Texas trial judges did lust that at Shadowlawn's participate In. coordinated applied to the Corps of Army operate only a five-unit ,apart
customarily do then defense Engineers for a permit to do ment setup such.the Sea Horse,
Carnival.
lawyers will begin polishing an Spring groin program foreroslonpro the dredging work In the pass, and If her request was granted,
appeal of the conviction to the (NEWS photos) tectton along the beach south and approval Is anticipated The other one..tory units could be
Texas Court of Criminal Ap. added to the west.
coordinated groin has
peals. program Attorney William D. HUon,
Judge Brown overruled a de. Chamber SeeksNominations to meet the approval of the representing nearby property
fense motion Monday asking for Corps of Engineers, the State owner John A. Luse, said "we
an extension of time to the an Dirksen PushesAmendments Doird of Conservation, and the opposed a rezoning request by

additional new trial motion. On state Internal I Improvement Mrs. Halide two years ago, and
Ruby's attorneys already have To Doard, City Manager Vince we stilt oppose It. This may lead
filed two such motions, alleging CitizenChamber Wood points out. the way to an extension of corn
196 errors In the month Jong Top In connection with the beach merclal zoning toward the

trial. Rights BillWASHINCTON problem, Council will consider beach."
of Commerce dlrec. Hlxon pointed out that when
Ruby was sentenced to the
a proposal by engineer W.R.
electric chair for tors have Invited members to Mrs. Haldle bought the
the Nov. 24 single
AP Senate
( )- Wilson to regulate setbacks for
Individuals
submit nominations
slaying of Lee Harvey Oswald. leader Everett M. family residential property, It
Republican construction the Gulf
from whom they feel should be named along was zoned as such He also noted
Dirksen sought support U Naples' Outstanding Citizen Council will consider a petition that a house has been built with.
Sewer his party today for a series of Of 1964. signed by 96 persons askIng In the last year or so on a pre.
Project amendments to the equal em.
ployment opportunity section of I Proposed Transfer Of Students The Outstanding Citizen award that 19th Avenue South be vlously vacant lot at the corner

the civil rights bill. Is presented annually by the Col. paved from the beach to Gordon of Fifth Avenue and First Street,
Nearing End Her County News at the Chamberof Drive. This street, which so the residential character of

The Illinois senator predictedIn Commerce's annual meeting has a 40-foot right-of-way, is the avenue has been boosted, he
advance of a Republican Sen. In late May. Henry B. Watkins reasoned
Wood ReportsBumby I Meets Parents Jr. was chosen CHI. platted but never has been put
ate Policy Committee meeting J Opposition From Outstanding voted Watkins and other board mem.
that members would give sub. I zen last year.Nominations. through. Council recently bars pointed out that if the resl.
and Simpson, pipeline ManUal support to Us "new ap. should be sub. not to vacate the street. dentlal division line Is breached
contractors for Sanitary Sewer proach" amendments which milled to the chamber office by None of the 96 signers actual- It will lead to wholesale zoning
District No. 3, are heading Into would soften provisions of the A proposal to shift about 75 porary one, "perhapstwoysars" t the board" rather than airing the end of this month, so they J 1) lives on 19th Avenue. Most of nearby residential property to
the home stretch on their part section.Dirksen. students from Shadowlawn to It was pointed out at the meeting. t them over the back fence." can be Included In the final selec. 01 them art Aqualane Shores multi-family ormultlple-dwelllng
of the million-dollar sewer pro. Lake Park next fall has met The mothers present feared it "Oh, but we've already done tlon, It was announced. Persons residents desiring to Improve use. "Fort Lauderdale Is one of
Ject.City considered a key to 'with disfavor from Shadowlawn might be longer before funds t:hat," one mother said. nominated should have "an ex. tcccss to the beach In the area. the most wonderful examples of
Manager Vince Wood es. possible compromise attempts, parents;I rive mothers were pre. were available to build additional Suggestions to transfer stu. ceptlonal record of service to At a 10:30 public hearing. this breakdown In IOnin,. Sev.
tlmates the Orlando firm Is more said he hoped to have about 15 I tent at yesterday's school Board classrooms at Shadowlawn. c lents from the first through sixth the community, In Its develop. Council oral areas In that city have been
will
than 80 per cent finished with Its amendments, halt a dozen of I meeting to voice disapproval B was pointed out that pre. grade I[ or sixth grade students mint or welfare." consider rezone ruined by rezoning," Watkins
work, which began last fall. them "major," ready to offerto Next fall when the new Seagate sent plans will transfer only nly, met with objections from These nominations should con. log the property on the north laid.

"Three or four more weeks, andth.y.houldbedone'tbem&naer the Senate later In the week, Elementary School opens all ele. those students In outlying areas, I he; mothers. lain the name of the person being side of Doctor Pus from suburban On th matter of guest houses,
possibly Thursday, I mentary students living north of students already riding buses to The discussion! was lengthy nominated and some examples to multiple dwell Building Official Bert Plnkston

said.The He said he Is hopeful he can :Creech Road will be transferredfrom Shadowlawn. This comment did I and ended with a promise by Su. of the person's accomplish ing cluslflc+tiort. Bids will be told the board, "I'm getting requests .
sewer firm Is working win at least grudging supportfor : Lake Park to the new school. not allay fears of the mothers I jerlntendent w. D. Reynolds,and ment In support of the received for construction of for guest-house permits,
against a May 15 contract dead. some of his proposals from This will Involve about 275 stu. present. Administrative Assistant J. D. nomination, directors said. water mains to East Naples one right after the other" lie
line, which It fully expects to Southern Democrats, despite I dents. Board member E. George Rogers J Roan, that a careful study will Directors also offered organ!. and North Naples There will said this was because the ton.Ing .
meet Wood noted. Smlth-Sweger their bitter opposition to any The dividing boundary between complimented the ladles I be made and all parents advised nation support to the legal ex. be reports from the Parks board recommended prohibition .
Construction Co. of ClearwaterIs civil rights bill. Lake Park and Seagate was es. for bringing their complaints toSPARKS. if final action before the opening parts of the Florida Development Board, Recreation Board, and of any more guest hou.
about halfway through the force tabllshed by the board yesterday.The 1C>f school, "11 possible." Commission, who are soon to the sea, but Council had failed to
mains and lift stations portion of The Southern bloc faces a transfer will leave empty I ? FROM LITTLE Roan said, "We may find Itlec.uary appear before the state Supreme two zoning boards. follow through
the sewer district work. dilemma on whether to support 'class rooms at Lake Park. To after school opens to Court on the Everglades Park. So the board asked Council to
Smith-Sweger began construe or vote against amendments relieve overcrowding at Shadow. f. :make changes to resolve the pro. way bond Issue validation The advertise tor a public hearing on
ton quite some time after Bumby which might make the bill more lawn the board propo.edtotrana.fer t >lem." chamber gave Its support In the RENEW YOUR 1DRIVER'S amending the toning code to rule
and Simpson, but the Clearwaterfirm palatable but which also might a number of "bus riding B will be two years before circuit court hearing on this LICENSE out guest houses.Continued .
should wrap up Its end of make It easier for the bill's sup. students" to Lake Park from GIANT FOREST j bode. are available to add class. matter In January, which was DURING YOUR

the work sometime In June,Wood porters to push It through the Shadowlawn.The rooms at Shadowlawn, It was successful. Opponents of the tc.l gIRfH MONTH
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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday. April 14.H 116t 4 g Week's Total Hits $1,032,857 ...... :'},-. : 'et. ,."klal' '' .I;' .

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County real estate sales for !$7,000; Anna P.Rogers to Pauline Daniel Holding Co.,Inc.,to Harry
the most recent processing week I E. Mobley Naples, Lot 36, and Mildred Messina, Bethpage
r cr soared to a whopping $1,032,857, Sunset Homes, $2,625.COUNTY N.Y., parcel In Sec 33, Twp 49,
the second time In 1984 that sales Rge 27, $2,200; Cleo H. Ingram,
have exceeded the $1 million Tr., to H's. Leader, Naplei.par.
mark. The total for the month Edith H. Clifton to Walter D. eel In Sec 8, Twp SO, Rge 26,

now stands at $1,470,057. 'and Wayne Garrett, Immokalee, 6000.
i A transaction by the Coro Cor. parcel In Sec 5, Twp 47, Rge Its. Leader, Tr., to Cleo H.
poratlon to The Mooring 29' $2,500 Clifford Anderson Ingram, Tr., Naples, parcel In
ew Development Co., of Canada 'Tr., to Sam Ariola, Jr., et al, Sec 8, Twp 50, Rge 26, $6,000;

Ltd., for a parcel of 228 acres I parcel In Sec 30, Twp Gelardl Irvin M. Dlnger to Leroy E.
In Section 28, Township 49,Range 26, $12,000Josephine; and Amelia M. Jameson, Hyatts.
t 21, valued at $496,000, accounted to Michael Franco Greenwich, vllle, Md., parcel in Sec 32, Twp
t for the big upward swing In sales 'Conn., parcel In Sec 36, Twp 50, Rge 92, $2.ooq; Gold Coast
1 for the current period. 48, Rge 26, $3,700:; Josephine Acres No. J, inc., to Jus. and
.' Other sales of $1,000 or over Gelardl to Gertrude A. Boyd, Antoinette Marlnelll, North Ml.
Y : with values taken from tax''Scottsdale, Aria, parcel In Sec ami Beach parcel In Sec 13,

I [ stamps on recorded deeds includ 36, Twp 48, Rge 26, $5,700; Jo. Twp 50, Rge 34, 11.1 Oft General .
A r It ed the following; sephlne Gelardl to Raymond and Television Systems, Inc.,

( Joseph B. and Joan M.Donovan" Goldie Camus WiUlamsburg, to Central Broadcasting Co., (no
J 7r. to Edward L. and C. Jane Con Va., parcel In Sec 36, Twp 48, address given) parcel in Sec 3,

\ + Fe nolly and Sebastian Busceml, Na. Rge 26, $5,700; Naples Bay In. Twp 51, Rge 26, $30,000; NI.
V v pies, part Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, 'dustrles, Inc, to Florida Board cholas Baun, tr., to L.F. Eggert
,1. l Blk 21, Tier 5, Naples $11,200; of' Forestry Tlce, parcel In Sec Lauderdale>by4he. ea, parcel In
) II I'f 1 1f Forrest Walker to John M. and *6, Twp 49, Rge 25, $5,000; W.E. Sec 12, Twp 51, Rge 31, $1,800;
'//f-fI : Aluminum Screen to Dale
Eleanor B. Kurke Corp.,
Fargo N.D.
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.-.. lain NVi Lot 1, all Lot 2, Unit 7, O. Campbell Ft, Lauderdale,

Joycelyn LiBihan of Paris and Janine Canet of .. y w" K Aqualane Shores, $9,000'James CityCourt parcel In Sec 36, twp 51, Rge
I s L. Cochran, et al., to Alvin W. 32 $1,000.
Toulouse, France Barkau, Naples part Lot 84, i'lorlda Sunshine Acreage,
.. Unit 1, Coquina Sands $3,000 Inc., toD.UCampbell.New York
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:t; 4. Port Royal, Inc.,to Cella Vander. N.Y. parcel In Sec 20, Twp
mark Scudder, St. Louis, Mo., 51, figs 33, $1,300 Gold Coast
I :i Lot I, Galleon Drive, Port Royal, Theodore Stanton Wilson 57, Acres Inc., to Everett S. Smith
;; A11' faw $13,200; Port Royal Inc, to FredW. of North Naples, was convicted Jr., Miami parcel k Sec 26,
,? '1-. r i r / and Grace T.McCloska.G1en. Monday morning in Municipal Twp 51, Rge 34, $2,900; Fern
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y 4 .. ..l.'f" # .I/ul./ view El., Lot S, Gin Lane, Court of driving while under Corp., to Clark Hager alt;

Dr. Margery Milne, Robert Verity Clem, Dr torus Milne Port Royal, $67,500; James Land the influence of Intoxicants.The polls, Ohio, parcel In brat
Constance T, Howell to defendant was fined $75 Twp 52, Rge 30, $21,800 Gayle
rJulius George H. and Doris C. Smed. by Judge Thomas R. Brown and r... and Serf M. Weber to Wai*

berg, Naples, Lot 29, Blk E, Wilson was told he would haveto ter F. and Bernadette M. Bliss,
Celebrity Day At Gardens"Celebrity Lake Forest, $10,000. give up his driver's licensefor Pittsburgh Pa., parcel In Sec
Moorings Dev Co of Canada, at least three months. He 5, Twp 52, Rge 32, $1,900;;
Ltd., to John R. and Irene M. also was found guilty of driving H. & W. Properties, Inc, to

Day at Caribbean :relaxing few days of swimming, an event eagerly anticipated by Satterfield, Naples, Lot 2, Blk on the wrong side of a divided Howard E. and Isabel R. Leach
Gardens" could have been the i sunning and painting before begin>, all of the Gardens' staff. H, Unit 1, The Moorings $6,300; highway, but sentence was sus. 'Seattle Wash., parcel in Sec
name given to a recent day In r April when Gardens' owner 1 lapsed Into rhapsodies of praise. rounded out by photography and Ltd., to F. McKay and Sally William Lamar Rose attorney Braeman to Raymond H. Scha
t Julius Fleischmann and the staff for Naples, saying he "expectedless minute inspections of all that B, Smith, Washington, a C., for Wilson during the mlnute 'demann, New York N.Y., par
entertained dlnttngulshed vlsl. and found more, that he grew or flew, plus concersatlons Lot 27, Blk J, Unit 2, The Moor. trial Monday, said he may appealthe eel in Sec 26, Twp 52, Rg
tore who ranged; from Italian 1 liked the quietness and solitudeand with two lovely Fulbrlght Ings $11,500; The Moorings Dev. decision. The judge set ap. 33, $1,200.
T movie actor and artist Venantl. hoped Neapolitans would do exchange; scholars, Jocelyn U. Co. of Canada, Ltd., to JeanM. peal bond at $300 Police officers
no Venantlnl to renowned stclen. i nothing to destroy the natural Bihan of Paris and Janlne Canetof Waterhouse, Naples Lot 18, Ed Jones and Gary Young were David Norfleet
tlsts and authors, the Doctors I beauty of Naples". Toulouse, France On vac a. Blk K, Unit 2, The Moorings, among the witnesses testifying
Lorus and Margery; Milne. In When asked the traditional tlon from a Spartanburg S. Carolina $6,000; Moorings Dev Co. of during the trial. With Copter GroupIn
between two attractive French 'question "How does our town high school, where they Canada, Ltd., to Leo J. and
school teachers charmed visitors v and Gardens' staff alike with I he laughingly; insisted that there French, the young ladles were 34, Blk Q, Unit 2, The Moorings, Robin Lowell Stansell 18, of
their son accents and excited 'could be no comparison that entranced with the intricacy of. $13,500; Moorings Dev. Co. of 1228 Diana was told to confinehis
M attempts to photograph; every 'each has Its own kind of beauty. the Seminole handicrafts of Mag. Canada, Ltd., to Isaac C. and driving the next 30 daysto
thing that moved. Sixteen books, many with se.> gle Buster. They purchased a set Hazel Mason, Adalrvllle Ky., business purposes only. This
Italian star Venantlni on his veral foreign language; editions of dolls perhaps to show\ Lots 7 and 8, Blk Q, Unit 2, curtailment of driving privileges
--- third trip to the U. S., paid his 1 bear the authors' line, "Lorus to Paris counturiers. If French The Moorings, $24,000; Moorings was in lieu of a $75 fine after
Fleischmann and Venantmo Venantmi first visit to Naples as the houseguest i and Margery Milne". Among fashion changes abruptly next Dev. Co. of Canada, Ltd., to the Judge found Stansell guilty
of the Flelschmanns for a I them are, "The Senses of Animals season, It may start a trend Edwin H. and Hattie W, Earls, of speeding. The defendant
and Men";. "The Worldof that all began In the Seminole Nashville, Tenn., Lot 7, Blk 2, operating; a motorcycle was one
Know Your DDT'i South FloridaEpiscopalians \ Night", "Lower Animals; U. shop at Caribbean Gardens. Unit 3, The Moorings, $6,000; of the first victims of a police
ving Invertebrates of the World" Moorings Dev. Co. of Canada, crackdown on speeders along
"The Mountains" (Life Nature Ltd., to M. Maurice and ThelmaA. Goodlette Road. The arresting
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Library) and "The Valley I Mea. Short CircuitTo Goodnight Lafayette, Ind., Lot officer estimated his speed In

DeleiisiveDriviiig To Meet May 21 ;dow Grove and Stream(chosen Be Spliced 9, Blk 3, Unit 3, The Moorings, excess of 60 miles an hour.
as a White House Selection for $8,000; Moorings Dav. Co. of Alfred Louis DePotter 22, of
The 42nd Annual Conventionof 1 books across the sea, given to' By School BoardAn Canada. Ltd.. to Robert E. and 4023 10th street North, was found
the Episcopal Diocese of
South Florida, meeting May 21-
.. 23 will hear of the extensive of the American scene)..bills for most of Collier County logs, $8,200; Moorings Dev. Co. ,Norman. Ballard, 22, of Broad h t
; ..Ir. .U .w \ service being One-Ume Audubon Screen Tour schools starting way back In >of Canada, Ltd., to Frank L. .Avenue South. was ordered 'to
I "f' Asocial program j.Lecture; and a member of the i 1956, short changed the Lee and Florence B. Walk.r..Wyan., 'pay $25 fine on a similar charge. n 6
T ;' ( tics carried out by the Diocese Explorers Club Dr. Lorus Milne i County Electric Co-op,$6,415.46 ,dotte, Mich., Lot 12 and part Lot B was the tatter's first offense.

This program involves Cuban visited the Cincinnati Museum of over the last eight years. 70, Blk 3, The Moorings, $8,000. Henry Cleveland LeSane, 28,
Here's a list of 8 driving furnishedto refugee work, both In Miami Natural History recently While i "Is our face red," said Homer McDonald Quarters, entered a
emergencies
:and through a Cuban student i there, he and Mrs. Milne saw Welch, manager of the co-op In SEABOARD guilty plea to assault and battery.
the NEWS by the Pilot Club of Naples as part of program Wherein the Episcopal the Hall of Birds, given by the i reporting to board members yes. Fuller Industries,Inc.,to Chief He was sentenced to 30 days In DAVID NORFLEET

its comprehensive campaign to encourage safetyon church Is sponsoring some Flelschmanns as a permanent: terday that the schools had paid Pontiac Motors, Inc., Boston jail, with no credit given for MEDITERRANEAN FHTNC
of the Caribbean Gar., $7,203.91 in bills In Interven. time already served. ( )
repository
44 Cuban refugee students In Mass. Lots 13,14,13,16 and 17,
the ,
highways. Figure out your answers, then and the total should i ii Marine Lance Corporal David
and universities The dens' collection of bird paintingsby i Ing years, Blk 21, Tier 11 Seaboard Re. Archie Will Mobley Jr., 37,
turn to another page In this issue to see how you colleges Robert Verity Clem. The i have been 1361937. The orl- plat j $25,000 Lester Whitaker.Tr. of East Naples paid $23 fine G, Norfleet son of Mrs. Lucile
has this ,
Diocese also, ;
rate with the driving experts. established official year, Mllnes were so Impressed that: glnal mistake was made by a' ., to Alan W. and Martha J. for driving without a valid Iicons. L. Norfleet of 721 North Droad
an professional they made special trip to Naplesto i clerk no longer with the co-op Vanchura, Naples, Lot 10, BlkF .. He also pleaded guilty Ct., Naples la serving with.
1. You're going 60 on an expressway. Suddenly social service agency meet Clem and to see the i and the same "multiplier" has Bad Axe Subd., $8,950; Big to failure to yield at a through Marine Medium Helicopter

bangl) followed by a heavy tug to the right known as "The Episcopal Family Gardens. Clem and Gardens'1 been used since that time. Cypress Golf and Country Club, street, but sentence was sus. Squadron 262 SubUnit I,

.1"! wheel. Your right front has & Children's Service Bur manager, Joel Kuperberg enjoy Welch, however, proposed the Inc., to Gilbert P. and Effie L. pended on that charge. He turn. operating with the Sixth FleetIn
on steering tire
your eau" The Episcopal Diocese ed several hours with the Mllnes deficit be made up over a period !Newton Naples Lots 10 and 11, ed left onto the east Tamlaml the Mediterranean.The .
blown out. has also worked closely with Introducing them to the subtropical of years using $1,995.97 the Blk 3, Big Cypress Golf and Trail and was struck from be. squadron a tactic .
Council of ChurchesIn flora and free..miningavUauna ; School Board has accumulated hind by a low-clung sports car employs
2. Driving about 50 at night, you come unexpectedly the Florida Country Club Estates, $6,800; known as"verticalenvelop-
Migrant Work In the State of the 30-acre show, "capital credit" as a starter, Byron S. and Retha Baxter to which Mobley said he could not
upon a sharp, unbanked curve to tha to and no immediate cash for the the ment" which Is the carryingof
The Rt. Rev. William L. Mar place. The couple promised i outlay Russell J. and Frances M. Poole, see plantings; In center
right. As to angle into it return soon, for an extended I will be required. strip. combat ready Marines over
you try you sense wore Bishop of Jr., Naples Lot 3, Blk CUnit3
grave, Suffragan study of the plants and birds,, Welch presented the past and behind enemy lines.
that the Is for hold Brookslde $13,600; Harry E. and
riedly too sharp
curve you to South Florida, Is chairman of month's bill corrected to Martha E. Schumann to RichardD. FAILS TO YIELD While In the Mediterranean

the 'car on the road and there are steep embank. the state committee on Migrant $226.97, compared to one and Loralne Addison, Marco, Isabelle B. Cooper, 67, of he will have an opportunity to

ments on either side. Work. PresbyteriansTo of $147.77 which the board would Lot 9, Goodland Heights 1st 131 19th Avenue South, paid $15: visit ports In France Italy
The Episcopal Church Is also have received had the error not Add'n Walter C.Burwlck fine for failure to yield at a stop and Greece
$3,000
;
3. Rolling downhill, gaining speed, you step on engaged In a special Urban Go On Summer been detected. to Clarence E. and Irene R. Ha. sign Garnett Lee Ryle, 58, of

your brake pedal. It mushes lifelessly to the floor- program, wherein efforts are The board agreed to follow bermehl, Goodland, Lot 30, Good. 1376 Rordon, paid $7.50 fine for
Schedule the plan of making up the deficit running a stop sign. $5 Million DamageIn
Sunday
no brakes. How can you safely stop? being made tohelpChurchpeople land Heights 1st Add'n, $2,000;
over a period of years perhapsas Joseph William Casso, 19, of
4, A traffic the ahead see their pan In creatingthis First Presbyterian Church of four Norbert N. and Jane G. Sargent; Yugoslav Quake
green light on highway long as years. to W.C. Beckham Naples, Lot East Naples, paid $10 fine for
new age of urban development Naples will go; on its summer
turns red faster than you expect. You brake to schedule next Sunday April 19 19 and part Lot 20, Gordon River falling to have license plateson SLAVONSKI BROD, Yugo.
the cut-down vehicle he
was sla\la AP) The earthquake
( -
a sharp stop. Behind you, brakes screech. In when there will be but one morn.; Ronald Echols Homes $2,500. driving. George Williams 23, Monday centered near this mid-

your rear-view mirror you glimpse a huge truck Jerome C. Neely Ing service Instead of two, The BAYVIEW River Park Apts., was found Yugoslav Industrial city caused
morning service will be at 9:30 i To Assist During
toward second Alonzo and Bess M. Lewis to not guilty of reckless willful damage of more than $5 million
moving rapidly you. In a or two it's a.m. at the same time as the'
Finishes Course and wanton driving The judge in the district city officials an.
Church Scientific CruiseRonald Joseph and Brenda Hunter,
to plow into the of Sunday School accord.
going rear your car. beard the arresting officer de. nounced.
Ing to Rev. Naples, Lots 6 and 7, NaplesBayview .
5. Traveling at 50 on wet blacktop, you try to At Fort GordonPvt. of the church.JohnW.Stump.pjstor Echols, 917 llth St., $3,600; Raymond A. scribe Williams' driving and About 60 persons were takento

dodge around a hole In the pavement. The rear Jerome C. Neely whose N., Naples will be one of two Drake to William B. Stone, Inc., said it might have been care. the hospital.
wife, Mellnda lives at 910 S. graduate students from the Unl. part Lots 1 and 2, Blk H, Unit 1, less but It wasn't reckless. Three were In criticlal condl.
of your car starts skidding hard to the right. Rogers St., Bloomington Ind., Miami Lutheran verslty of Southern Californiawho Naples Heights $13,200; G.D. Wendell Gene Miller, 32, of tlon, and three seriously In.

6, A car, trying to pass you too closely on the completed aneight.weekradio relay will assist USC geologist; ; Polly to Howard W. and pearlH. St. Petersburg, was charged with jure left forces and carrier operation course Chorus To Sing Dr. Orvllle Bundy, In dredgingup Rush, Naples Lot 1 and part failure to have car under control. r
you to swerve right. Your right wheels "011 from His case came up at the last
under the Reserve Enlistment bugs" the Indian Lot 2, Blk 7, Unit 1, Naples South,
drop over the edge of the pavement onto the soft program at the Army South. In Naples SundayThe Ocean this summer. $14,325; Neapolitan Land Co., 'court session and a $25 bond i /ffpJPr cxTTzanVrUl.tf.tf
"Oil bugs" is a term tam!. Inc. to Alice C. et al was estreated. Miller showed up :
Fitzgerald
shoulder several inches below. You're doing 60. eastern Signal School, Fort Gor. combined Miami Lutheran fTTJVr'Vfr
Marly used by geology students Monday and pointed out that the
Dorchester 22
Mass Lot Blk 6
7 A farm truck shoots of hidden l lane don, Ga., April 10. Chorus will a ,
out a on present and stands for "foramlnlfera" Naples Twin Lakes, 1st Add'n., summons date was April 13. On
Neely trained to
the and the was operateand concert of sacred music In -. fossils of mlcroscoplc-slzed Robert to motion by City Attorney David
right starts across highway directly in maintain field radio relay $1,000, C. Larimer r
Grace Lutheran Church Naples animals. Splngler, the charge was dropped ,
sea ,
Wm. A. and Marlon Dempsey i
front of You're doing 50 and almost carriers and associated equip. ,
you. are on ment. at 8 p.m., Sunday evenIng They are analyzed not only to East Naples, Lot 14, Blk D, Na. since the prosecuting witness ,
him 19 which the locate oil deposits but also has since returned home to Apala. ?
The 23.year.old National April to pub- to pies Villas, $4,000; Sunset VI.w. I
8. You're moving at a reasonable speed on a Guardsman completed basic lic Is Invited. tell the age of reefs and map Inc., to Curtis and Carlene chicola. CALL NOW FOR FAST..
training at Fort Leonard Wood This group boasts of 33 voices out vast undersea regions jet Hamm, Naples Lot 3, Blk G, Charles Lane, 54, McDonald
two-lane highway An oncoming car zigzags into Mo. and sings a-capella under the unclear to scientists. Naples Villas, $9,850; Gilbert Quarters, was found one night I EXPERT SERVICES

your lane and,weaving slightly, heads like a mis- Neely, whose mother, Mrs. direction \\lllard F, Luecke.\ Dr. Bundy has just received E. and Glenda R. Oliver to DaleA. last week lying on the railroad
a $50,000 grant from the Natural tracks. The judge sentenced him NOmSKCHEMICALGO.Ml
and Jean A. Griffith Naples, .
Helen lives 1450
site directly for R. Neely at It Is drawn from the -
you congregations to five days In jail for drunken
Science Foundation for this
pur. Lot 9, Blk H Naples Villas
,
.. Curlew Naples Is a 19S8 ,
ave., of the Greater Miami
pose and the part will cruise $7,800. ness, with credit given for five
Association 1 board of J directors on Monday. graduate of Bloomington (Ind.) Area who are members of the the Indian Ocean between South Joseph W. and Martha P. Glf. days already served Fourother 2-4148

Civic They are as follows: RobertA. of High Indiana School and a 1962 In graduate Bloom. Synodical Conference of the Lutheran Africa and Madagascar on a six flth to Shin and Ruth Townsend, persons forfeited $15 drunken. 2-5249J I
Ml
Names Committee Eckles city government; Walter ., ington. lie University Is a member of Church and has been organized week expedition soon. Naples Lot 27, Blk R, Naples .ness bonds. :
t Segl; county operations Mrs for six The "Anton Bruun" former
; Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. years Villas, $6,000; Elvis and Ruth f
'
Chairmen For 64 E.P. Everhard, education; S. Before going on active duty, In its history the chorus has President Truman's yacht (the Townsend to Bobby and Billie

Nine Naples residents,six men Wallace McCune, membership; Neely was employed by the Col. presented almost SO concerts, \Hlllamsburg"), will carry the J. McCollum, Naples, Lot 27,' FLY inSrB NAPLES
I E. R. Godfrey policy; Mrs C. as far Fon I'SC team across the choppy Blk H, Naples Villas, $7,500
and three women, were appointed ; line Radio Co., Cedar Rapids, reaching as Myers. ; -*
I R. Pearson public health and
seas on its research mission.
Matthew D. and Wavle Pinderto MIAMI
committee chairmen of the J Iowa. Lake Worth, and Key West !In
welfare. ; Stuart F.Kosters,public In addition to this latest grant Harley W. and Laura L. Hinds
,
Civic Association for the addition to church the
Naples conce ns,
works. Mrs '
; AntonNy.trompubUclty to haul up foramlnlfera and sedl. Naples, Lots 21,22 and 23BlkB,
coming year at the first meetingof I and A.A. Anderson; Find Beatles singers make themselves avtUablu ments from three miles down in Rock Creek, $3,000; Seagate, Schedule
the usoclaUon'.newlyeleeted New Year Round Daily
I recreation parks and grounds; Furnished Music for dedications Installations the Indian Ocean, Dr. Bundy re. Inc., to Harry L and IsabelM.
Mrs. Donald Elferdlnk was \ and other functions. Residents ceived $47,900 recently from the Miller, Naples, Lot 16, Unit To Miami
RESTAURANTTAMIAMI voted: by the board to be its ... Back In 1878 of x"iei will recall that t.. S. Public Health Service fora I, Seagate, $20,000; Tom and Naples
cretary and assistant treasurer. It was The Miami Lutheran research project closer to Louise Cheney to Elmer E. and 7.45 A.M. 11 s30 A.M. 3,45 P.M.
TRAIL j Frederick D. Unkefer assocla., CLYDE, N.Y. (AP) Work. Chorus which sang at the dedication home the study of ocean pol. Agnes M. Gilmore Immokalee Miami To Naples!
tlon president, made the announcement ., men who were tearing down a of Grace Lutheran lutlon from sewage disposals off Lots 20 and 21, Blk A, Seminole
Money MakerOut I of the appointments house here found a printed Church the California coast $7,500: W.U Crawford to W.o. 900; A.M. 2:15 P.M. 5:00 P.M.
card announcing a dance at A noted authority on environ. and Ella M. Brown Immokalee
of country owners DANGEROUS DRIVERS Perkins (Hall, Tuesda evening, Pastoral advisor to the Miami mental conditions Indicated by Lot 5, Blk 1, South Immokalee, Coimtctkt zed. Re*rTiUoB to ../ poi.it !la the world
want FAST ACTION! LEXINGTON K> CAP) -- SignIn April e, 1878. Lutheran Chorus Is the Rev. the study I t. ,s.. remains, Dr. Heights, $6,607; Peter S. Schererto
SEE THIS TODAY I a Lexington. f.lauranlalth : The card also announced: Victor H, Kuerschner who will Bundy Joined the I'SC facultyIn Helmuth and NormaJ.Blschel. NAPLES AIRLINES 1

Call "\\ Out t..r s..h."t| Children "Music by the Beatles, full or. accompany the chorus on Its 1948. He holds a Ph.D. de. Naples, Lot 7, Blk D, South
I -- FT,", nih 11 f Thrv're chest ra." visit to Naples arJ'jeaHrwf. ,;ree in geology from Indiana Tamlaml Heights, $7,600; Paul Naples Airport Coso.ree I Mlwl Airport

GII.LUFF Driving Cllrs.II Nobody In this central New ly during the intermission University, and did his under F. Santlnl to Charles E. and MI M4J4 NB 4-UU

Ml 2-2270 York village can recall the Iree-wl11ufferlng will be graduate work at Oregon State Catherine EBl.chel,Naples Lot Cite Ticket effke Na,l.e Travel Age.*? 4r C.reee
ph. 1'1",. \mj Live Beatkt !If '78 or Perkins Hal:.. received University 8, Blk D, South Tamlaml Heights,





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April U, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3



g It e poet yo Corner


fBonita I

'To Lorna and Bob'At

\. \ ffOnt By RAE WEAR

1 your friends and neighbors we are gathered here today, -_v7. /,,..?".,---- r

t So we might our loyal and loving respects pay The American Legion Auxiliary -p-ti 26th at Punta Gorda the

To a couple that have survived together fifty years of John Murphy Post 303 I innual conference will be In sos

i With plenty of joy and not too many tears. at their semimonthly meeting I lion, with t new district pre.I.
: heard "tl.iiik: you" notes read C lent to be elected. The reglstn*
them for a from the DonlU Springs Free t Ion fee Includes lure> h.
year
j i Some present have known many Welfare Chalrlady Mrs.
Child
I While others met them after they moved here. i can Public Legion Library crippled and the Children'sHospital Amerl. I Mary Reahard told oftherontlnu.

We have found them to be friends staunch and firm for recent donations t id help given to Veterans' Child

And ready to lend a hand, or even an arm. '1 gave Chairman an interesting Mrs. Connie report Evans on 1 J fears.ren' and. She others was granted during the a dona past

well Easter Egg Hunt, which was t Ion for the Riverside Retardedhildren's
Our troubles have been theirs as as ours the
I: School; also a dona
with thanks
adopted
And with them we have spent many pleasant hours. Mrs Joan Youngblood madea I Ion to the Cancer Fund.

They have been real competitors In sports and contention report on the forthcoming Poppy A 'thank you" went to Mrs
with satisfaction. Sale, told of posters being I 3. Kirkpatrick for her donation
Enjoying their indoor and outdoor life ; Day
-i1 made ready by the local child. I if $10.

As their second of life J I '. ren, which will be displayed at A nominating committee willie
they start out on span .. \ appointed at the next meet.
for
the May 13th meeting, Jud(
,. We hope they will find it free from strife, ng, April 22nd.Annual .
thankfulIn WAYS AND MEANS of boosting this sade chairman, Mrs. A. Rollin Staley, log and prize awards
That God will give them much for which they can be The auxiliary voted a donationto
month's Cancer Crusade are under discussion / Special Gifts chairman and Mrs Rich
have done so faithful.To be added Nth. recent barbe
reward for the things they
many by this group Left to right, and A. Pittman, vice chairman of the cue which will be used to retire Flower

have been here today to share their pleasureWill Mrs, William T Barrett, Jr Cancer Cry- Crusade. (NEWS photo)I additional Certificates of In. Show PlannedIn
... debtedness.
give us fond memories for years to treasure. Mrs. Connie Evans was

Many of us present are reaching for fifty years too, 2 NHS Students appointed chairman of a commit, Fort MyersA

So, Bob and Lorna, when it comes we can be like you. Naples Senior Citizens Nominated For I tee for the annual Fourth of July spectacular two-day flower
Parade, which the post Is again ihow will be sponsored by Fort

Eighteen folks sat down to a meal as fine as we ever had English AwardsAnn sponsoring this year. Myers Garden Council on April
The chairman of the Clrl Rater Hall
18 and It at the Exhibition
While the gifts Bob and lorna received made them feel very glad. Read Poems. Name Officers Rogers and CathySchryver I of the Immokalee Memorial In Fort Myers. The show will

May their health and happiness continue for at least the next ,, ,}f Naples Senior HtghSchool have Unit No. 146 has Invited the be open from 3 to 0 p.m. on
1 seen nominated for the annual local unit to their meeting April April 18 and from 10 a.m. to
ten years In Its various class- Harris, presidents; Robert held at Ml
Poetry ""Achievement Awards program" 15th, which will be 8 on April 19. Admission
And we hope we'll all be together again to help lead t iflcatlons, and written by mem- Thomas vice president William sponsored by the Natl'1I1d CouncU chael's Restaurant at 8 p.m... Is p.m.$1.

the cheers. I 1:ers, provided the entertainment Kollmeyer, treasurer; at Teachers of En lI.h.Announcement Other Clrl Raters will be present With Its theme "L'Amour Ro.
for 152 persons attending Ruth Hoyt,recording secretary, was made by the for this get-acquaUitec mantlqua" lo>.rs of history
C. A. Wicks I:the weekly meeting of the Naples and LenaHmlscorresponding SCTE with headquarters in .session. the show will feature artistic ar.

J Senior Citizens Club In secretary. Champaign, 111., and by Mile rangements suggesting the era
he auditorium of the Woman's One of those submitting verses Betty Sando of Naples Senior Survival Of Free and locale of Cleopatra and Marc

'Spelling' ::lub Monday. line Radloff, sang tier's High School. Antony; Josephine and Napoleon
'The Learned Age'For It was not a poetry contest, In German, accompanied on the For the seventh year,theCouni Enterprise System Madame Butterfly and U.Pinker.
cll Is conducting the national Ion Pocohontas and John Smith;
savage man whose skull is thick, Spelling can be fun, I)mt M arranged by Earl D. guitar by Charles Slmondlnger, awards competition to grant recognition Depends On Womer, and; Scarlet O'Hara and RhettButl.r
]7ritsch, chairman of the In- Others reading poems were:
And be done. to outstanding Will .
Whose ancient tempers rage, spelling can Adelaide Palmer AP The
nor activities committee, the Edward DeRose, school seniors for excellence In JACKSONVILLE ( ) class will be
There is a way both sure and quick When you start to practice :fissions( provoked both laugher ,Sam Bell,Ma rtha Svoboda, English American woman's attitude toward levoted One arrangement to the "Romance of the

To cure the curse of age. And take a little time, and tears. Emma Murray, Victor U1- The writing abilities ant government downfall and economlci of the pace Age" with arrangements
could lead to the
loved bled The letters very suddenlyFor All were originals and the brecht, Mrs. C. Young, Iva literary awareness of each In tin mspended from a glltterlngblue
He's never nor ever free enterprise system
C.A. Wicks, May 0' nominee will be judged by local
]arger number of the versifiers Kinney,
All United States, according to I i aNew :canopy
begin to rhyme.
which robbed his vim. .
that "'ere women. So successful wash Brien, Robert Adams, Tess and state committees The winners York advertising executive Drapery, lighted shadow boxes,

One only knocks him on the head Sometimes you win. affair that It promises to Hill Percy Hoyt, Anna Diehl will be and announced will be In Decembr rer.m.mended .., Dwight C, Van Meter, vice ihojl screens, reed fencing and

And that's the end of him. lose. 1 be repeated next season, and Elsie German Daisy Harris, 1964, and unlversltles ., president of N. W. Ayer and Son Doric columns will form appro.
And sometimes to U.S college"
you Robert E. Adams, Naples poet May Hayden and Dale Byram. for scholarship con, of New York, quoted statlstlci blab settings for floral dismays

But we, in this, the learned age But, never very often aureate who took part In Mon- slderatlon. of a survey of college seniors to< which Include fresh and

Are built of different stuff. Do you go down on snooze.Sometimes lay's readings acknowledged Wills According to James R. Squire, back his statement 86 dried materials.of miniatures There will and bet of
Spinster He said the survey showed t section
hat he was glad he had been executive secretary of NCTEth.
We read a book and turn a page, words per cent of the women felt that able; settings.The .
are easy, teslgnated "laureate for life. Million DollarsTo achievement awards program I.a I.I standards of living would Improve expanded hortlcultur.dlvl.
Discover soon enough And sometimes words are hard, Formal election of officers of part of a comprehensive pro If all workers got mon Ion will consist of potted plants

A man is old, his hair is gray, So just write down the words he club for next year took place City For Trees tram undertaken by the Council corporation profits with prlcei uch as bromelladscactusferns

Quite often short of breath I card. but appointment of next year's ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) In cooperatlon with America.I and production controlled by the negonlas, palms, lilies and
schools to
You miss a improvement
on .
encourage
committees was deferred. The The City Council was stunned government.He imaryllls, orchids and 'ger.uilums.
The cash he had crooks took away new officers are: Walter Monday night when told a spin in English language and I said the danger In this li. Cut flowers will include
And let him starve to death. In spelling just rememberThat ster left Ann Arbor about $1 literature at all grade levels. nut In the power of women bu umuals and perennials. There

if there's any doubt, million to keep Its trees In good rather In their attitudes and will be flowering trees, shrubs

For all the many years of toilSuch Simply ask the speaker Bonnie Johnson shape. Naples Club apathy about Increasing economIc ., and vines as well as specimensf
reward Mayor Cecil Creal said Hit. power being gained by the ): roses and hibiscus.
is a man's What the word's about. Will Tour With abeth Russell Dean had stlpulat To Meet ThursdayThe government

That some of us in grief recoil, ed that the money was to go for "Everywhere we look,"' Van SWAP?
WANNA
While some of us regard One way to practiceThe Singing Gators "perpetual care and malnte. regular monthly meet-Club Meter said, "the American worn.
Is to write down the words. .. nance, replacement and plant. Ing of the Naples Shell an either sets or Is now In a pasltlon
world completely vain, GAINESVILLE The Slnglni Vanderbilt BelCh 3 bad-
as mean, log of trees on city owned prop. will be held at the Community to set both economic and
Destroys the ones we love; One word you should never miss (flora, University of Floridanen' arty" Room of the Naples Federal social .t and ardtt." room home? Pine Ridge
Is the little word birds.srtfeemember and women's glee clubs, Miss Dean died April 7 at the Savings and Loan Assn. "If most of us ever decide tagree should' home
Yet we sing andjxt .disdain .; I .I I is, ave the campus April 17 for tick 3 bedroom ? Naples
Illlnx Nu".Ir
er a rw age,bt 79. at 8 P.ITU, Thursday, April 16. with these women stidents -
....**The righteous one above, '11',Asttndr! : r nn i w'tien'V ilre 'spelling ) ar'l' nine-day concert tour Ann Arbor, 37 miles west of ," he said, "we can kiss thin Bowling stock?
under
TO-member of
The group will consist
The
Detroit has 67,000 residents and program called 'the American
To sit and not be nervous, t h. direction of Guy B. Webb,, thing way
boat In
By Adolph Kopen Is the site of the University of i movie of a shrimp of life' goodby." Reg. R. E.
Because you just might r ember of the Unlverslty'svotced Michigan ft* Dry Tortugas and also Van Meter's address w a anode Broker
\ choral faculty, will give 14 **
>
'Nature's Art' Go down on purpose. ::needs on the tour. dredging of shells. at the opening session 0. H. LUFF
of the Florida
Monday night
By Hoke Gracely The 1964 tour Includes six cone Riddleberger Anyone Interested In shelling Federation of Women's Clubs 421 9th 81, So. Naples
c:ert. In Miami five In Puerto
brooks Invited attend
the
The bullfrogs croaking by U to convention.
Age 10Grade Rico, and one In Daytona Beach, Mrs. Adeline Riddleberger,
The song-birds singing in the rain, Five The Singing gators have select. 56, SOS Orchid Drive, died this 1

And crickets chirping in dim nooks, SchoolMother' ,Id I "Frostlaaia," a collection 01tbert morning In St.rancls Hospital,
Lake Park
[{ Frost's poems set
refrain. It MUml.She was a native of HuntIngton -
Nature's sweet
All
are ::0 music by Randall Thompson,,
W. Vs.
I .i the major work of their con. ,
The cardinal red in cool, green trees, 4 Tt program Besides her husband,Alton A. POPLINS &

The brown and white of the meadowlarkThe Included In the group Bonnie Riddleberger of Naples, she Is

of Mr and survived by her father and stepmother -
bees ihnson, daughter TROPICALS
blue blue skies and the yellow ,
I. rs. R.L. Johnson of Marco Mr. and Mrs. C.H.
These and more are Nature's art.Ruby Koontz of Charleston W, Vs.; '
Rutledge and threeslstersMrsWlUlam : i

McCammon S. ayre of Llmhlcum, N.Y., r
A mother's love Engaged To Wed Mrs. Elizabeth Martin and MUi

'A Night In April' Is a wondrous thing, Joanne Colemri ef Jackson-

It never Kenneth MaloneySHIRLEY ville.

Day left me tired; I would watch all night To make foes heart sing. She was a member of the

The flow of broken cloud beneath the moon; First Methodist Church or

The wind that smells of spring is a delight, She cares for us W A Naples.F rlends may send mem-
orials to the Naples Communlt;
Stroking my face; and restful is the croon From sun to sun, Hospital

Of droning bullfrogs, drowsily in tune. And always tries Funeral arrangements wlUtx

To make life fun. announced later by the Richard
Stars glimmer where the low clouds drift apart; A. Pittman Funeral Home.

The trees' slim fingers, reaching for the sky, Through tears and pain

Are of a loveliness that calms the heart; She carries on, Mansfield Movie

My cheeks are wet with tears the wind may dry. God help us whenSo Ruled Obscene ,

quickly does the time of buds go by. We are alone. CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP>

Kathryn S. Post Robert T. Bowers A movie starring Jayne Man'
field, "Promises, Promises,
has been ruled obscene anc
date. After leaving the note, High PTSA officials of suburban Eu
Baptist Minister Brown entered a hospital with Naples Cleveland have been given I

Held For Stealing whit doctors called a mild Will Hold Final free hand to Interfere with II,
brv"'j.:town. showing
AIRFIELD, ni. (AP) A Recently, Brown built a $30,. Meeting TonightThe Common Pleas Court Judf' '
Baptist clergyman has been 000 home In the country, wherehe Hugh A. Corrigan based hi M I I. J
charged with embezzling $15,000from kept about a dozen racehorses Naples Senior High Assocla School K. RUTLEDGE ruling Friday on the finding '
bank at which he and registered cattle and Parent Teacher Student empaneled especiallydetermine the will meet tonight at 8 In Mr. and Mrs W.J. Rutledge, a Jury
tlon
worked and examiners are try. dogs. Brown has two childrenand school auditorium. This will 510 Third Avenue, South, today. whether the film co
Ins to track down a $972,371 dls. his wife Is expecting their the fourth and final meeting announced the engagement of formed to accepted communl
be the
crepancy In the Institution's third. association during the their daughter, Miss Shirley K. standard.
of the
to enjo$
books. Rutledge to Kenneth W. The Judge refused
Maloney
1963.54."Safe .
Lee Brown, a $6,000.a-year school year of Ocala. East Cleveland official fro {
Sees Baptism As awards" will be
driver '
uhLer, was ar. Interfering with the film's sho' j1 ,
bookkeeper- Miss Is
Rutledge
presented to 78 students who a graduateof : IP
ralgned Thursday before *S U.S. Easiest SubjectFor have successfully completed the Naples High School and Is Ing.The film was closed at it ; I1
commissioner.
Pilot Club's Traffic Court tmprovement now employed by the Com la
The president of Fairfield Na. Unity Talks Continental, Art Theater
The "Klni merclal Bank and Trust Co of
1.. Garrison, Program 8 the day after It open.The .'
D. ,
Bank Nov.
tlonal ''
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP>-The and Queen of Safet) will be Ocala.
said Brown, 29, had dropped a subject) of baptism may be the crowned as part of the program Maloney Is the son of Mr. and FOR YOUNG MEN ON THE MOVE

note he in tile had night tampered;depository with say.the area in which agreement I.eui..t There will be a preview of the Sirs Clarence Maloney of Americas Cancer Sotlet,;) Take your pick! Whichever Palm Beach Suit you choose,
Ing for a unity conference 196443 curriculum with em.. Yankeetown. He Is a graduate be
books for the last seven years. of six Protestant denominationshere phasls on new courses In of Carrollton High SchoollnCahr"l1ton vented.uyr some Research cancers has can ihown tha pre it's sure to be the best buy you will ever make. Tropicals and

He has been an employe tier says the president of the English, Mathematics, Chemistry Ohio. After serving three muit lung cancer are timed b,] Wash 'n Wear Poplins are both tailored with the exclusive

for 10 years.said he found the Princeton Theological Seminary Geography and Musk years with the U.S. Army, he Is clgsrette smoking Skin csnctcan "Contour Collar" for a perfect fit. Both wear wrinkletree.Both .
Garrison Dr. James I. McCord. entertainment schedule now employed by the Lonergan
On the be cauied by over-eipoiure
asking hottest summer day.
routinely fresh the
cool
after and on
note McCord chairman of the is a "Fiesta," a musicale b) Corporation In Ocala first mnllfht However, one o keep you
to
Brown to bring the books up .United Presbyterian Church Robert Mortland's Spanish Gas The couple is planning a Jail Y''ur beet protections again Come in today for a try.on. Student Sizes 34-40
delegation to the unity confer sea wedding In Naples after which death from cancer I li an annul
will make their home In Beach Poplins 139.BJ Palm Beach Tropicals 14.95EPF'S
You're In ence, said baptism "is pro they health chtckup. Palm
CANCER TALKS
.
..A good hands withUfIAW eminently the ecumenical An. minute "Talk onCancer" Ocala. :
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will tx
The four-day conference of 54 program
presented all this month,Monda]) ,
from the Pre.byter.Ian
delegates Friday at 1:30 to 1:45! '
through PORPOISE ATTRACTION
e Auto Insurancesee Episcopal and Methodist
the local radio station .
on .
p.m.
Church of
or phone churches, the United II ,
: the Disciples of Christ (,/
Christ,
j I KerpCrsjgesiA''s. and the Evangelical United t'CURE MORE Have porpoises, knowledge and experience for Clothing for Men 11

j NAPLES Brethren opened Monday. MORE natural or artificial e, water aquariums any ;'
GIVE ti
I where in the country. Contact Norman SantinI- 'OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS'
Some cooks like to sieve cottage <<-
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APRIL 14. 1964 ill '>01. '..1... .. J, re out because of the free "a-
f"111" lone of the world, the United
of prulucUon
moral
/ '. labor countries abroad, States to the only one which
II. cheap of scuttllng does not put up rigid barmen"
policies
Collier Countians Can Themselves and State Dept
Help ; :r : U S. protective tariffs and control to protect the dom-
have resulted In unemployment title meat producers
ot course, come close to killing any pros are being eee
the taxpayers
..
: rn
.
Collier Countiani who are cognizant .
elaborate programs Berry believe what
pects for sugar cane crops and a sugar tapped for quite Rep. i
of the value to the area'i economy of a & .- -. to"relr.ln"workerlThII sauce for the goose is aft I )
mill
In Collier Only
County. acreage rrR Is largely re- sauce for the gander and Hit"
r sugar mill In the Immokalee section of planted prior to April 15, 1964, wouldbe suiting in American livestock product

the county have an opportunity to assist eligible for marketing.Since PI o some learning people new with should his have foreign at least competitioi equality:

In making it possible. other sugar producers reportedly ., ;,;,t. :. skills forhlchthere This illustrates how far behind

Reproduced below, In the Others Say advised the Department of Agriculturethat \\ the fallen.times the Congressman
has
column, is an editorial from the Fort My Floridians In general feel that allot either are no, But jobs In l Gee

ers News-Press in which Editor Bill Spear all this flurrycf Rather, he should be think-
ments should be established, it is up to
"retrain
other ,
tog of some solution
point out some pertinent facts concern Collier Countians to counter this erroneous .- ing," a major I c After all. the reason for the exMrnre -

ing the situation. If you have not read Information by expressing their dif '. .. .. item has been of Hereford and Angus
IIvel'looked. C. W Hardereee bulls Is to Increase the beef pro-
it, we urge that you do so now. Lee fering opinions to Secretary of Agriculture due'lion of this nation Now If

County is in almost exactly the same boat In fact some thought shouldbe foreign beef Is being dumped
Orville Freeman and Florida's
to con
the -
to esUbllNhment
given probably
In U.S.' market then there
we are. gressional delegation in Washington.So of a new government should be restraints placed on
It Is understandable that others engaged 1t// agency to be known as American bulls, but never on
the opportunity now presents itself BIRBFDK. or Bureau For Retraining lorl'llnl'n.a.
the
In producing sugar, both in Flor.lId. for Collier Countians to help themselves Bull For Different

and In other states, will oppose I Pursuits. In lime, for headline
both by reducing the price of this could become Now of course it Is difficultto
the growing of sugar cane and the build- and known purpoftri as the Bureau of Bull \ loach an old bull new tricks.
providing new payrolls to help
sugar i nos but with enough tax money and
Ing of a sugar mill here or anywhereelse aMl iiillicicnt number of
the
county's economy, through writing The bull of the nation, bothHcicfud a young
for that matter. and Angus, by fol. theorists requited there Is no
and the !
Freeman II
at once to Secretary f duuH that miillciciit bull renaming ,
On the other hand, there clearly is lowing their nnturnl bent have
Florida delegation asking that allotments j asgmvatcd! jnoblcm brought piogiams could be dc

I need for additional sugar production.There NOT be established at this time. about by HiKKtinu. U. S. with \'Iop'd i to Bureau make 13FRBFDRthe
biggest uf Bull his
both In the U. S. imported mc.it. :
exists shortage
boa known.
Here are the names and addresses: a e Cory

market and elsewhere in the world. This Secretary of Agricuture Orville Freeman L Rep. E. Y. Berry of South Dakota see
shortage will naturally Increase the cost stales that In !!%3 more Perhaps these bulls could be
14th St. and Independence Ave., beef wan Imported than was retrained as fighting bulls, and
of sugar to the American public. Sugar produced and marketed In the thus mark the Introduction of
S.W. Of
Washington, D. C. ( course, a _
: sells for from nine to 12{ entire slates of Momln and bull fighting Amerlian. life,
now per
letter addressed to the Department of / South Dakota plus six counties the Bureau of Bull could thru
pound. It should be priced at around will reach him.) In North Dakota. with matching funds, (eucour

Agriculture .sZJb --._--- ._. '-' ...".. .. nos ate Itles to build modern bullfighting
., seven cents per pound.In Sen. Spessard L. Holland, Room 421, : .1J Rep. Berry iiolnts I out Chat in arenas which.. would

) view of this situation, it seems Senate Office Bldg., Washington. ax. ... negotiating with cutlet formed furnish more (,lIlplo, )mrnl. goernnicnt \'.
both and that the United by European Common Market, employed press agent
peculiar strange Rep. Paul G. Rogers, Room 111, State Dept. opened gates toUS. by the thousand* mulct write

States Department of Agriculture should House Office Bldg. Washington.Sen. market for foreign pro. about the drama of bull fighting .
even consider establishing acreage allotments Today In Washington p o t tn duccd meats. and In due lime the Ameri
George A. Smathers" Room 4313 eee ('InM'IIple would get their fill
for the 1965 cane crop In This has been done he points of hull
sugar
r New Senate Office Bldg., Washington ; in the. !eu II' ..1? r. .. ',... ........rMM Rn.l,_
PRESS
would BY THE ASSOCIATED
Florida. The effect of this action ,
Why not write TODAY,

,. news
; :;' :;;;: ; ,'0 t' 1JVBrf}) rates Increased the payroll by V THIS CURIOUS WORLD
J WASHINGTON (AP)- In the
_
NRXaa..wri" .owkw..oo.o.virola"ai: '.' ,'{( 1':'''''_ $33.2 million
new from Washington
The report, Issued Monday by
.. WOMENI President Johnson the Senate-House subcommitteeon By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
,, held a reception Monday night HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor
defense
procurement report.
l. tI! tor some 150 women he has ed that In the year ending, June Peter Sellers is improving

.. ..... . .. .... positions named to and high said governmental he was 30 there was a decrease! of 80,. steadily alter a severe heart at.
M OPINION 852 military personnel and 19,. tack and has been moved out of
pleased that the White House .
the Intensive care unit at Cedars
The Reel Truth 017 civilians. A further decrease
was "filled with my favorite of Lebanon Hospital.
of is tor this
5,675 projected
'The Show-Off There is better kind of people." Sellers, 38, was moved Into a :r
probably no way to year.
Eight of the women were
One can patch a shirt or overalls or a loaf without attracting unfavorable attention sworn Into office during the reception The report also showed$300. regular hospital room Monday. 71,
Attendants said however that
reputation, fist Its hareS to keep It from and criticism, than to go fishing. by U.S. Dist Judge million Increase In military buy. '
bowing.. -THE MOREHEAO CITY (NC) CAsnan Burnlta S. Matthews, the first Ing to $28.1 billion, of which 23.1 he still is In serious condition. CORONA

-THE BAIUNOCK (TEXAS) LEDGKE COUNTY NEWSTIMESa woman named federal district per cent was spent In Callfor ;'' AN ATMOSPHWfl OF OUST
COLLEGE STATION Tex.
,
nla.
ABOUND TUf
SON,
J Judge. AP Or. Edward Teller not.
( )- r
CN B* seen ONCVDoKIHSA
"There Is no place for dls. ed nuclear physicist, says travelers '', '' ( i' \
crimination of any kind In to the moon might be 'I TOTALECLIPSd.hiss
tilers American life," he said. Comedy Corner \tr
say able to get water from rock by
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATION I. '
Johnson wu In a cay mood. exploding atomic devices beneath
He told the guests that "thereare the surface.

,... some days, all too few In tllaalgY Teller, who suggested the ppsnelbilttyy
,_ "PresidQni1's Peeve : ; ,', number, iwhen, being President r $ird .t ? p0" s bti! a eealoai ''TwAi s .InwTHe ,t muo' mt
U all pleasure. Today seems.to AtM University, even' had a GREAT BILL ra' r.
C I. TT be one of them. name for the project: "Opera
is reported that President Jolinvni n angry amt; hurt Ixr.nisc bit -
"I Just attended- baseball tion Moses." PEUtANN
I excessive speed while driving an aiitomol.ile near: liis Trx.n faint wa game and returned to find my -_ tl6atip N '

mentioned in the press:If he doesn't rcali/e it himself( ifill, someone house filled with my favorite WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs.

should tell him, that press criiirisin of his drib ing\ exploits' is completely kind of people." Lyndon B. Johnson and a capacity cwotwo "

justified and he ihould be the first lo u u Urm lodge it. CAPSULE The space agency audience of Washington
says the Gemini space capsuleand notables turned out at the Na.
As he stated himself on a recent television he k i ",he
>
| n>|riam only Its attached Titan 2 rocket tional Theater Monday night for
President we have." That reni.uk heroine engihabinvl| when you consider section have burned up upon re. a special performance of "The

the consequences of anything dire hIPIK'lIinlt| | to him ill this time entering the atmosphere after a Comedy of Errors" by the Roy.
The American successful test flight. 4 al Shakespeare Company of
people are concerned ahiiiii hi, wt'll.hl'inK. and
J The Gemini Is to be used for
\ :.1 rightly so, and he shouldn't blame the press for miming( this out lo two-man orbital flights starting-$ Britain.The performance was spon.

I him in bold language when ht' lakes ;any Midi, lisks I in D'.ivcling.| either In late 1964 or early next cared by members of the PresU ti.<. : .. ,..,, ..\ .

The press isn't contented! viih hi, |>oliiit on Midi ou.isiom.. Inn year.The dent's Cabinet to mark the : _
; National Aeronautics and 400th anniversary of Shake.
: withhissafcty. EDITOR &. PUBLISHER'Rival
Space Administration said Mon.
speare's birth.President
"The history room Is more
day the Gemlnl.Tltan combina.
Johnson did not at.
tim launched last Wednesday at comfortable-let'ssleep tend.

Interests in the Sugar IndustryA Cape Kennedy, Fla., continuedto there!" '

circle the globe until 4 p.m. LOS ANGELES (AP) Mrs.
EST Sunday, when It reenteredthe Virginia Zanuck has filed suit RemarksA
proposal of the Agriculture Another powerful interest vying atmosphere over the South to collect more than $75,000 .

Department to reestablish acreage with t the domestic cane producers Atlantic, between Africa and from her estranged husband, ,

controls on sugar cane atartinfr i in the sugar beet industry centeredin South America. Attend Church film producer Darryl F. Zin. Ah.iIiX,*, ,:..:. ., ': ',

with the 1965 crop threatens to kill a dozen western states. No acre- PAYROLLS! A congressional uck.The
watchdog committee reports suit, filed Monday In Los LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSBob
allotment in to be establishedon
off at birth a new sugar industryof age
thai, although the Defense De. Angeles, said that a Nov. 1,
Collier and Lee Counties which the 1965 crop of sugar beets partment reduced civilian and Sunday 1957 property settlement al.

could lead to the construction\ of a grown in this country. Meanwhile a military employment by nearly lowed Zanuck $525,560 from + DeVille, manager of local

$12 million sugar mill at Immoka. bill is }pending in the Senate, introduced 100,000 last year, higher pay community funds to pay off Publix branch, says the upcoming issue -

lee and considerable sweetening of by Sen. Milton R. Young of joint debts of Look magazine has a fine and
the local farm More than North Dakota to increase the mark. : ,,-, ::x,:,. :.t Mrs. Zanuck said the debts
economy. "'.;.S. 'j!; dandy article on our old friend,
25,000 acres in Collier County wouldbe eting quota for domestic sugar in totaled only $390,560, leaving
BITS AWA JAR00T $134,440 to be divided equally.She George Washington Jenkins, founderand
planted to sugar cane in this new 1964, 1965!) and 1966. If the Agriculture
administering EmmI.mJIACROSS CAP USE also claimed Zanuck owes head of the 100-plus store
venture if the government does not Department her $17,026 for maintenance of
prevent it. That the governmentdoes the sugar act should stick to its decision ITtR.ESSEHEIEAl1 two California homes. Publix chain. It is good to see a

propose to clamp on acreage to Impose no planting controls CR. 'IRI' good old Georgia boy's' talents ex-

controls for the first time since on beets but should apply can.tl'OIR 1. Cllyta '0. Neu .. .KAB.lEPAL. LONDON (AF>- uote of the tolled.
that Florid '1. Brazil. ALOETIC I .. ELA day Housewife Diana Kay, 28
impossible to it would ,
cane, mean
this
1969, making new planting 6. For each <* # 4F
ie port'i iS3. ON..CAMI5RIC. ex.secretary who has written a
the entire domestic
marketing quota
until the
incredible
seems 12 One who Responsible book on how to get along with
vested interests in this chancy industry increase would go to the sugar beet falls : colloq. 'TERE.MOO. the boss, at arm's length + The 196U "winter season" is
.. PAMPAS :
are considered.One people. The justification cited by 15. Tailor ,.s. E. Ind. RID "Most secretaries have to avoid sure as heck over, Rober. One can

of these is the refining industry the sponsors of this unfair legislation 14. Mothers hemp shrub LIONIZE BILE the advances of the too-uno. now cross Fifth Avenue without hav-

centered in New York which is that American farmers need rdaUves 37. Arrest Ec.u.roR.VPON rous boss some time or anoth.
extra set
ing an of in the
16. Finished AE3 SOS SfEO eyes
it geared to handle foreign sugar, sugar beets as a cash crop and as an Driving 39. er, and I decided there were
lines 40. Folowed "' back of his head to watch for those
of I could
alternative for now in sur lots tips pass on.
and allied industries. New York is crops : SOLUTION 0YESTERDAY'S 'UZZll
Rnldue
17 43 Needlefish
dear little ladies from out of state
plus. But Florida farmers seeking
center of
the largest cane sugar refining 11. Crud per. 4.s. Blockade DOWN
in the world with five of the to prow cane have legitimate needs soma 46. Appolnl LOllvegenus 6. Equally who can't see over the steering

nation's largest refineries located too. 20. BIg casino 48. Stinging 2. Principles 1. Old Fr.cola wheel but apparently want to emu-

there More than U:* million tons The sugar hat I the Immokaleearea 22. Cape and anus of govan 8. Becomes late President Johnson's hot-rod

of foreign sugar moved into New farmers would produce would 23. Eteralty 50. AJIIICled meet enraged BE A 'FRIEND'TO example.
2.s. MIIII1. ,. Man'l 9.
51. Poetic
York last year from some 20 nations 1 be a drop in (the bucket in relationto shelters land au game 10. Merged Eaglestone YOUR LIBRARY

coming on 150 or more shipn.! the total supply. But this new 21. Peruke 52. Acb'tv. 4. Permit 11. Vleta + As predicted (here and about
The refining interests the shipping agricultural{ industry would provide 29. Behold mall S. Eru'brother orobus1S.

interests, the dock interests, the many, new jobs and true an import. SparoldT every place else ) cigarette salesare

labor interests and others want to ant boost to the local economy. I oS 4 IS 7 d a u IIII Bib practically back to normal after -

see no dent made in this trade, Surely it is not good policy to penalize 21.19..Correlative Black bird La"e: ,' *.,,. ._'f. :1 a very momentary slowdown.If .
/JIf #
however small, by domestic sugar; this domestic enterprise of neither < w. adults want to smoke them-

and when the U. S. market can absorb surely some way can be found to IS ,4Py 24. Cacti land COLLIER COUNTY NEWS selves to death that's their red

additional sugar, they want it accommodate the legitimate inter. 23 Trench MICHAEL CHANCE Edit-Publisher But we do believe it wouldbe
to come from abroad. ests of Florida growers along with II 26 Upright THOMAS HAY E It. Aitocnti' Editor wagon.

There are also the interests of other segments of the sugar industry 28 Deity MARSHALL WYATT, Adv ManastrPublithtd a grand idea just to enforce our

the export trade which sugar imports d u 'J I.IS 32, Hard wood sod Saturday daily in ,th..nc.pt./".'.00"Monday.by current state laws against selling
Fort Mre. Newa-Press 34 Appendage the Collier County Publnhint' Co,
and this is coffin nails to minors. When the
to aprime
help support l' iT II If era leaf Ine", 711 Twalfth Av.nua. South, hiBin.
in Washlna1on.U..S. fit, JWO Mail, .dd,... P. 0
consideration know whatthey're
WHITE CONGRESS 36, Boxing 1737.Tel.phees. tads get big enough to
exports to the augar-producIng ,11 V 31 Hn 21107 for
Your congrcmnun and srnittorswrirom ring Midway alldapartmamt. about then let them burn

nations last year were valuedat your views. Here'scrime J6 3r JI 38 Resting . that 'baccy all they want.
Washington fears place ,..
$45 billion. to write them Subscription It.
that unless foreign sugar is admitted Rep. Paul G. Roprs, Koom 4' I fJ .4 I 11. Matured By u..,,'., or mall' pay.bl I Indvanc. # 4F 4F iF1e
ever-In. 111. How OffiP Rid", r'a.hln-' 42 Defunct
to this country on an
.
On* Yes til. Six Months |7 M,
creasing scale, the ability of the ton DC.Sen 4S 4. ..41 44 Communists T",.. Months 11.7i. + Baldheaded men take heart A
Holland. Room ,.,..
Sprwwnt M..ber af T" AI.locI .
sugar-producing nations to buy U. S. 471. Srnii after Bide, Wishingt 4' 4J IS' 43 Wateringplace which' .s onlollocl nclll.'v.'y' t. thius. local beauty shop will soon offer

manufactured roods and agricultural .*.for Items.publoc.IoOll P""locI In' the of .n paps butC1 a. some snazzy wigs to cover that Yul

products will I he reduced and DC.cronf' A !Snulhrni\ Room, 51 s. 47.Crusted ...n as all *r "...* .,_Iell... Brynner spot on your noggins. But
balance of tmdf with tai. ; tore .Sriuiir OflH-r PI.IK dub E"'.'''' n Mcond dais mats *|
our favorable ., __ Iho Post Oftie. .1 NaplM. Florida. good wigs don't come cheap fellows.
these nations will be impaued. Wwhutlnn. D.C 'or shoe 23 min. or t\ll. anise undor Act of March I. 11 7. ,




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II What They're Saying County 4HClubbers Tuardav. April U, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5 I:




The Governors, Race .3 YN'C.. Oa, v Win Duplicate Bridge;

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I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS south Florida voters that her Area HonorsEleven Club Attendance

Two candidates for governoi wanted reapportlonment. i* bers of the col- I

of Florida blasted Fred 0,. In Fort Lauderdale, Sen. John lier county 4-11 t Jut were at4H
I (Bud) Dickinson today, savinshis [C Mathews of Jacksonville said Camp Cloverleaf at Lakel'lacld
I campaign speeches used I Dickinson and Sen. Scott Kelly Reflects Season I
4 double talk and IncornpleU i of Lakeland have been promts I I- Iridi.; night and Saturday -

promise tog to reduce the automobile 11. participating In plstrtet [BYCJ. McMURRYrtrltion nants and the Harry Bauers tie- :
Miami Mayor Robert fee when \1 Events: i.'av. i ittrlct (9 Is Ing for honors with
Kin f eense tag they knowI \ raised Its ugly headat extremeI I
High, speaking in Miami, I "the state can't take the $50 comprised of eight southwest Last I r rlda 's !Naples' Duplicate ly good games; their 128-1/2 I
Dickinson told north Florid i million revenue lOll this would Tlortda counties Club points each giving them a percentage I
Bridge
rotera he favored the present t t mean Bobby Btancht, Jimmy Wolfe game. Manyof average of 584. Mrs
our friends have deserted -
good
legislative apportionment, and I "There would have to be an. and Ronnie \\ll5on copped honors Harold Weed-Mrs
Corwin
these calm and
other tax substituted and 1 111 ,peaceful
; am In demonsti atlons and* Waite
were third 127 the
enjoyable for the
convinced it would be an extend. surroundings
be the district In
representing and uncertainties of Myron Boyds fourth, 115, the
ed sales tax. extended to vagaries
the Mate 1: scheduled -
Poitier \ents Day, Frank Lawson beat I
Neal groceries and medicine northern clinics All of whichis out Mr.
Mathews said he did not like fOI'Ia>' I and 21n Galivs- :NOT' the short way of stating and Mrs. J I.E. Lose by a half

to see taxes levied against such yule we had but 11-1 '2 tables point 112-1/2 to 112, and the
luxuries as automobiles, "but, BUnchl. of Goor land), won versus 18 tables the week before John MacDonalds also won men

Win Oscars painful as it la, 1 think a tax lee,,jya w.e' a first place over lOothercon- tion with their 110.Twentyfour .
on food and medicine would hurt tenants In the general demon
All boards
Is not too gloomy, however were
tar more people and be tar more stration contest, presenting a
played, north-south
because of the -
regular
many average
"
unfair. He will
bee-teeplng project,
For ActingHOLLYWOOD In Fort Pierce, Kelly Issued a be connoting against boys and players are still with us. 120: east-west 110.
They undoubtedly will be put- One guest was welcomed,
statement saying he opposed the I t girls from all over Florida In
civil rights bill pending before .. I I the state ting In their appearances with Mrs II!,W, Oinkmeyer, residIng
(AP) Sidney\ Congress saying it would "de- Contest the waning of the good-bye cocktail now in Naples.
REHEARSAL I NTH E SUN)
Pouter, brilliant Negro actor' Undaunted by the heat, three White Run'an Jimmy'olfe, Iminokalee,
story our democracy and our parties. Next game, Friday, April 17
who had trouble getting started 1 daecers seam 10 lup over rooftop II they practlct their reutme, Oil beach .t Durban, won a trip to the Gainesville ,
way of life If passed The ote-sectlon proved 7:30 p.m. Woman's Club. All
because of his calypso type South Afr ca. The grit" all from Part are scheduled to perform at City Hall .In Durban demonstration with a rabbit- game
British West Indies accent, has 1 Kelly said a vote for him -, H project, Ronnie Mis onImmokalee. very pleasant Indeed, especIally guests are welcome If you
become the first of his race twin 1 "serves notice on the Congress (realer.economy.and efficiency will represent District to one chap whose team haven't a partner, contact Mr.
that you are opposed to the civil irights n the government. Kelly repealed Record Total
Mrs
scored or ,
a top movie Oscar. bill." 9 as a public speaker well. He remarked Pennywltt, Midway 2-
The 37.year.old son of tomato his pledge to repeal the can describe 1677 preferably by noon Fri
a In Miami Beach, High urged 1963 increase in the automobile' Me won first place in a county only my game,
farmer in Nassau, the Bahamas theToastmaster' and the game Itself,tOlllr t, day-cut-off time is 5 p.m.
; his listeners to check the list of license lawHaydon contest sponsored by
was named best actorof contributors who supported Gov. Burns of Jacksonville Local Youth Wave club. as not only pleasing, but stimulating -
1963 at .
Academy Awards
Monday night for cer.emonles his''Farris Bryant with those now prepared to start today on a Penjl Walter, Naples, was a satisfying and at Norwegians Want
supporting Dickinson. tour of the lower west coast. He contestant In the tractor driver times quite exciting. How

trant ingratiating Baptist portrayal construction of an worker itln..'|, Dickinson, he said, "ran fifth cancelled the tour when racial contest but failed to win different from last week," he Study Of Effect;

who helped nuns build a in the governor's race four years trouble in Jacksonville kept him To Hit Job MarketSPECIAL a trip to the state event. In continued. "I! then felt the game
Then he threw his at his desk several weeks . Of Cigarette Ads
church In "Lilies of the Field" ago. support agoHe -- .- --- a co-op demonstration activity most frustrating, baffling, annoying -

Patricia Neal, 38, whose ca.('supporting to Bryant, and him now to Bryant is city business spent Monday and welcoming attending the to TO THE NEWS .". The new crop consists of ones Bobby Blanch I,Terry and Larry Irritating, exasperating OSLO, Norway (AP) The

reer has included downs as well' the Bryant Influence in perpetuate TaJlinai. Florida Federation of Women's NEW YORK .InColllerCounty, who were born shortly alter the Stephens and Harry Comachoof provoking and at tidies, Norwegian Consumer Council
as ups, made it a comeback end of World War II Goodland honors downright Irksome." has pioiwsed that the
see." i Clubs to Jacksonville. In his ad. a great wave of youngsters will when the won top govern
story by taking best actress hon;| "He is one of the big money dress he praised cooperation be. be turning 18 soon. postwar baby boom took place but will not give the demonstration A great philosopher once re* meat appoint| '* committee to
ors. Her winning role was as the marked Investigate the effects of
", candidates of the special Inter. I tween city and the Duval County Beginning this summer and Just prior to that time, births at oainesvllle.In "you can't appreciateyour rig.
slovenly housekeeper" In"Hud. ests, the special Interests that I government for the progress of continuing through June, 1965, .were at the rate of 20.5 per addition to competition In4H blessings unless you've arttte advertising and the DOS.Illllty .
"Tom. tale Jones of 18th, a racy, rollickIng ..' are the reason your taxes are
was selected century best pictureat England as high as they are," High sold Karl of Daytona Beach of,18th birthdays celebrated local i States, Then, suddenly the rte present at CampCloverleaf held Certainly, that applies to dup

the 36th annual festivities at "Check the records. See who charged that several of his op. iy That fact Is and im, shot up to 27.I, the highest since a talent show which proved to licate bridge Surely the
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. has provided housing for the sen. 1 ponents: were engaged in s cam. It has significant right after the first World War. be a highlight of the encamp George Smiths, playing I
lor citizens. Learn which of the palgn to win the support of small portant. a bearing on the
I The full of the ment Joe Vvhltesell assistant north-south, had a full
Melvyn Douglas, once Greta labor market, since many of Impact present measure -
forces.
Garbo's favorite leading man, taxes candidates has the actually reduced 'county Karl political said at Tarpon Springs these boys and girls will be deluge of 18-year-olds will not I be county agriculture agent reported of enjoyment In their outstanding
Study promises being
pulled an upset by winning aa made the who I that accounts from finishing high school and be look. felt, according to the Census game, which netted
by same newspaper
best supporting actor for lot. raised your taxes $175 men million i north Florida showed that some Eng for Jobs.It ',Bureau, until next year, when Whltesell and Duck Wolfe of them 146-1/2 points for a per- LUFF CMC INC.
performance as the patriarchal the last of them will have reach
this year 'candidates were talking anti-big Is dconcernalsotocollege Immokalee accompanied the 11 centage score of .61 O. They
rancher of "Hud" 'ed that Trucks Parts
John Huston "My platform calls for fair 'city and then stumping for fair registrars, because the number age. Collier County 4-H\ Club members were followed In turn by tine' -
of "The Cardinal" and Hugh treatment of all the people of !legislative apportionment in of Ig.year.olds, locally and in For many of the 191 boys In to Camp Cloverleaf. Louis Grahams, 137; Albert. -Service -
Griffith of "Tom Jones" had I most other parts of the country Collier County who are reaching
"
Florida, not the favored few south i Florida. Delmar-CarterlUrralll34:the TEMPORARY
been favorites. "These candidates talk about who will want to go to college 18, the moment Is ajpreaching
Sen. John Mathews, campaign New Corporation McMurrys 124 and the Lee
Margaret Rutherford, dowdy ing in his home city of Jackson. I helr: records," said Karl. "1 will be greater than In any pre. when they must register for the Wagners 121.CastUest, LOCATION
duchess of "The VLP.S" and a i stand on mine." He that vious year.The draft. Chartered 421 Ninth St. N.
vllle, said Florida has reached repeated For had the W.O Trn- ,
heavy favorite was named best ,
a point where it must have modem supporting actress. government or resign Itself I governor would be to call a apeslab light by the Census Bureau. It of them will be Inducted at Collier County l
Poitier, only major winner in to Inviting federal encroachment. I legislative session on reap states that 3,728,000 boys and this point, a large proportion of TALLAHASSEE Secretary of *+ '
the audience, trotted beaming girls In the United States will them will be examinations
jortlonment It had been given
"If we do not guarantee an I nothing Slat Tom Adams today IUI OUIIC. Arthritis Medical Ruprtvis6eBursitis
the aisle
amid wild
up cheering reach 18 in the 12.tnonth
1st
period. beginning July In line with
lone that time.
( by
ed the
education to every child in the chartering of the following Shurtwatr HlalhrrmyI
to receive his golden statuette That Is nearly a million more President Johnson's orders. .
Karl said small
county con.
from Anne Bancroft, last year"wtnn.r. state according to willingness than In the prior year. The Is to determine corporation 'lira Sound'
sand rol' of the Legislature must be purpose Neuritis '
ability., the'tederal govern. In Collier Elco Electric: Co., Inc., Nai les, Hut Park
County, it shows i whether meet the
ment will be asked to do it," roken. now they phy. Collier County, Authorised*tork, OverweightSciatica
The only other to win there will be 294 Naeea.e
Negro
Robert King High said In MU attaining that slcal and mental standards of
said Mathews. 1,000 aharea at $10.00 share ,
an acting Oscar was Hattie Uc. age, 151 boys and 143 girls i the armed forces. per oA. Traction
He added that if Florida filed, April 2, 19C4 dealing in
Daniel, in the supporting category shirked its responsibility >in any lacy by the Florida Countll of By way of comparison, this Those who cannot pass the electrical contracting business Mrdro !Honalalor
for "Gone With the Is 13 percent more than in the physical tests but who be
l Senior. Citizens and the Florida i can fI\
Incorporators
other Held tile field would become George DoCarlon
Wind," in 1939.Britain's 1963.64 period, when the total I will be l
a federal one. t ranch of the United Steelwork. helped, urged to go for Miami, Michael D. Dodiie, North tl
Tony Richardsonwas ira of America Is evidence that reaching 18 was 261. 'I i medical treatment.
Scott Kelly of Lakeland,speak. Miami; Helen Wetter. Miami:fll. .
selected best director for ing to supporters... In. Orange {its program, la appealing ,"to "..I ,Provisions will also be made ed by Michael I'1>, Dodne, Culver
"TonrJooet.JJjcThe film wenartotal'6f'rourTOscars rloridlana of all and otCu."Daft County douacll oil':Kenler1"1 ho help" lhoa.*who"* unable
ages house
County, said h* wore. 4s a badge Taylor, t DeCarlon, Uu.
but failed of honor the+ conservative label tations.' i I Citizens, announced that his II,.'1 t 101 pass the' dutfailUnal test I. Font

to make the big sweep predict* pinned on him by the Florida Charles ,U Cowl,state coordl. 000 members were endorsingthn _n ___ 1r1lb.M.aml.'I 6 riltp4JJHf :tt
ed by some lator of the Florida Council of :Miami mayor. I. !
press Now 2 locating To Serve You
The nod for best went to
song "What they really mean when Senor: Citizens, said his group Fred .0. Dickinson,also speak. J I
Sammy Cahn and James Van they call Scott Kelly the conserve indorsed High because of his I Ing in Miami, criticized Mathews a SHOPPING CENTER
Heusen for "Call Me IrresponsU atlve I.1 that Scott Kelly de. leadership' in creating low cost I and took a swipe at the present i "! Your Health Resort 10 ""'..
"
ble, sung by Jackie Gleason in mands a dollar's worth of ..trVh lousing facilities for senior cltU I administration.He IN THE I MOORINGSMl Nfrth on 41
"Papa's Delicate Condition." Ices for every tax dollar spent sans in Miami, and for "Ms con. said Mathews voted in the : EsAI'U8 .",
_nOO
1227
Van Heusen claimed the Os. by the state," he said. tructlve program in the guber 1963 Legislature to keep retail :fJi;; Complete
cars, explaining "Sammy justdidn't Kelly said U he was elected atorial conceal" 1 price] controls on milk and voted k
feel like showing up. he would bridle the big spend. High was in Miami to attends i for the auto tag Increase. And,
Cahn's wife divorced him Mon. -w.r srtUlT ; Vibra Mineral Springs Hath
era and seek ways to achieve city commission meeting when I he said, the present governor
day. h lax Frledsen, president of the ((Farris Bryant) signed the bill Sauna Steam Room
Increasing the auto tax prices. '
Dickinson promised to reduce I Scientific Massage \
Florid s auto I tag costs if he Is elected. KWIK CHKK: SHOPPING:/ CENTER MI 2.}U7

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out o(a compact (even when it has a big car name you get only in a big car

o on it) no matter how many extra-cost options You'll get more value, too-things that cost II""

: you add, you extra on a smaller car. Like a j6l-culic-inch 'j

to' night now, today, you can drive an t8-(uot, V-8 that runs on regular gas. loam-cushioned .,'

two-ton Chrysler Newport sedan for less money front seats (Padded dash Sill-to-sill carpets.

and a lot less trouble. So why settle for less than a ChryslernowYou'll -

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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, April 14, 1864
Zoning School Board Approves Y

(Continued from page 1)

Lodge Supporters Find Pinkston, board members, and a
planning consultant all have point. Continuing Contracts ;
ed out that permuting guest
houses to be used as rental unit
i Oregon Polls Too Good has In effect created multl-famlly Tie Count} School Board at principal of the high" school,
toning In slngle-famllj re. yesterday's meeting approved "highly recommended. said Superintendent
sldentlal areas. continuing contracts for 18 Col. W.D. Reynolds. ,_
PORTLAND, Ore.. (AP-The Pollster Louis Harris said his The owner of the property on Her Cuunt} teal hers reaching a Other appointments approved
team that won In New Hampshire survey Indicates Lodge Is a big the northwest corner of 10th tenure status Included Joan A. Longshore.tea
Is hearing heady reports favorite among Oregon Republican Street and Fourth Avenue South This action was delayed at last cher at Lake Park Harriet C.
In Oregon U It prepares to try voters and stands to gain asked the board to determine month's meeting by board re. Fether, teacher at Immokalee
and shape an Image of Henry a greater victory than he did In whether apartment buildings are quest, asking for additional In. High; Richard K. Thomas, teach.
Cabot Lodge u the Republicanwho the New Hampshire presidential permissible In a business-runed formation on the teachers from er at Naples Senior Klgtj Elaine
can capture the presidency. primary last month. area. Motels are permitted by r the si 1 tool principals. Letters F.Sheldon,secretary at Sea Gate;
"A little too heady," said Harris' poll showed Lodge has the zoning ordinance but apart were on file yesterday for board John Campbell, custodian at SeaGate
David Goldberg, 34, Boston at. 46 per cent of the Republican menu are not. perusal. ; George L. Ford, teacherat
torney and field director for the voters In Oregon, Richard M. The board told him It has F,)l\o\\ Ing the approval of the Naples Junior High; and Carolyn .
Draft Lodge campaign Nixon 17, Sen. Barry Goldwater been Its policy In the past to tenure ontracts, the board re. S. Bethany, librarian at SeaGate
The team hasn't even startedto 14, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller discourage mixing residentialand run quested that an active andcontin. -.
work and already Lodge Is 13, Gov. William Scranton 4 and commercial buildings. It +d.. uous file be kept on all teachersfor Resignations accepted were
In first place In some Oregon Sen. Margaret Chase Smith 1. was also pointed out that thereIs k board study. The tile Is to from Dennyse E. Wells, teacherat
polls u well u In national Harris listed 8 per cent of the a large" area In the Uy's hold"merltorlous"achlevementsor Naples Senior High; Francis
samplings voters u still undecided. midsection whit Is zoned h other activities of the teach. E. Govett, teacher at Naples
Lodge has won editorial endorsement ., Senior Joann .
for apartments, and some of this era.The High; C. Patter.son
Half of the Oregonian, the land Is vacant.Before board approved, also, apt teacher at ShadowlawnLucy
Striking state's most widely circulated the board's next meet. polntment of all non-Instruction H. Storter, secretary at Naples

newspaper."We log, Plnkston will compile a list al personnel with the exceptionof Senior High; and Willie T. All.
Belgian Medics are pleased but not necessarily .''ot all the home-occupation School Board Attorney Ben. red, secretary at Naples Junior
persuaded," Goldberg licenses that have been granted. iL Jamln Parks. High.
said IOU we had listened to the This will be quite an effort,since ? Board Member Philip Crews I
Back At Work polls In New Hampshire we licenses are Issued for an In. r suggested that the school attor.ne Put Ex-Mental t
would have packed our bags definite period of time, so all > should be changed every few
BRUSSELS Belgium (AP)- and gone home. No one took us the ones granted so tar supposed.ly years as a matter of 'public Patient On FBI
The government claimed today seriously." are till good. relations His proposalCre\
more than half of Belgium's Goldwater and Rockefeller, The board was told by City said, was In no way a reflectionon 1\l1>Wanted ListWASHL"'GTON
10,000 striking doctors had re noted the swift rise In Lodge's Council to review the homeoc. TWO WELL-BUILT boys from Collier Jerry Morris Wooten finished third the work done bv Parks.
turned to practice, a figure dls. popularity and told Oregonians There was no discussion as to (AP) The
cupatlon situation, and per. the shot and Moss fifth their event and the
In in
,
for the demand County won points put who wm Parks. FBI added today to its list of
puted by a spokesman they should that Lodge, that certain replace
recommend
physicians. U.S. ambassador to South Viet occupations haps be eligible only for home at Friday's Edison Relays From left other three places were won by Fort The appointment of James E. "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives"the

Government sources said 3,061 Nam, come home tell his standon licenses. Board members ug. are Everglades track coach Phil Larson Myers Hiqh Wooten and Moss are in Brandon as principal of the Bryan name Jr., 23 of, charged Joseph with Francis kid.
of 3,800 doctors with military Issues. Naples Junior High School was
gested licenses be Issued tor a Gator Willard Wooten Fort Myers today at a five-way track raping a Mount Pleasant,
reserve commissions had Lodge has said he ha* no In. shot-putter approved. Brandon comes from young
of time such
definite
period u
obeyed the mobllltatlon decreeIn tendon of coming home for the one year. Gene Moss of Naoles, and his coach meet. (NEWS photo) Clewlston where he has beenWALLY S.C., boy last February.

an order signed Sunday by May 15 Oregon primary. E.E. Bailey, 1111 Sixth Street'
King Boudouln. "His great character and abll. South, applied for a homeoccupa. 6 Die In StateIn
Another 2,500 doctors have relevant than .
Ity are more spe.clflc tlonal license to conduct County I
returned to have stands said.
practice or Goldberg Fire Plane
business as a real estatebroker.The ,
I
compiled with Sunday's second "Foreign policy Is the overriding .
board recommended
order requisitioning all doctor Issue, the one Republicanscan ap. Auto AccidentsA
proval. Clarence A. Davis of BusinessThe i
with hospital staff connections, use to beat President John. ? ii i
the Sugar"n Spice Restaurant
anda
fire crash
an airplane :
the officials said. son. The people recognize Lodge .
would most doctor trust ( asked for a consumptlononpre.mlses head-on automobile accident County Commission drewa -
This place u a man they can on or.elgn .
back on duty since the walkout affairs." beer and wine'llcense.The Monday took the lives of six resolution at this morning's

opened April 1 U a protest Goldberg thinks Lodge will board approved the location, on persons In Florida. session, commending the Naples : I
Avenue South as to the Three died In two. Ii
Fourth persons a
against a new socialized medicine come home before the Repub. Jaycees for organizing and i
required distance from a churchor car accident near Winter Haven.
lice National Convention In
law. the
promoting "Fix 41 Now"program
However, a spokesman at July If he win In Oregon. school They were James E. Davis, his In
wife, Leuhelta" B. Davis, both 77, 1961.
strike declared sits at littered
headquarters : Goldberg a
Judiciary and Kel.tyof Work Is under or plan
ham Indialantlc way
Mary
"The effect of this requisitionof desk In the basement of the
Washington, D.C. ned for the near future on the 1f
hospital doctors, the Illegal. Draft Lodge headquarters In
Ity of which Is now absolutely downtown Portland and appear Probes Death Of Two persons died as a resultof Trail from Sarasota totheCol-
certain, Is nil. Practically no calm amid a swirl of paper a fire which raged through tier County line on the north.
doctor has followed It up." work. He has his two top New Kenya StudentMOSCOW the Red Barn restaurant at Bar. The Commission, in commendIng -

In addition, many doctors put Hampshire office aides, Sally (AP) The Soviet two. A night watchman, Dewey the Jaycees In the resolu
back In uniform under moblll. Saltonstall and Caroline Williams judiciary Is Investigating the Smith, 74, apparently died of tion, credited the group with
nation showed their displeasureby of Boston. death from an overdose of smoke and heat suffocation considerable Influence In get

making patients wait, con. They are putting together a sleeping pills of a student from A Vero Beach man, Charles ting action from the state
turning time with admlnlstra precinct by precinct organ. Kenya, a spokesman of the Erdle, was killed Monday when Commission Chairman
tlve details, and showing up nation that hopefully will ring Kenyan Embassy said today. his light plane crashed near a Dewey Polly said the resolu-
without equipment, even a pen the doorbell of every one of the The embassy said he apparent.ly river shortly after taking off tion drawn this morning was
to write prescriptions. 400,000 Republicans In Oregon committed suicide from the Sebastian airport.
"belated" and "It should have

been done a long time ago."
e *

jr'r The controversy between the
About welfare department and Foster
Olroyd's Pharmacy In Immokalee -

continued at this morning's

1 session, and further Investigation -
was ordered by the Com-
... .111'
; AI:: l Ynlsslon. w

I It has been alleged Olroyd has f
CqpJtG4 been charging exhorbltant prices "'':6f' -- ,.t ltlfl"'

for drugs for Indigent. Dr. FREDRICKSON takes baton team was clocked in Ii372, finishing

1Ja1ttc Clyde the Commission Brothers was check c directed out the by from Bob Koch, as Naples High School's fourth and helping the Eagle track.

accusations 880-yard relay team runs its best men finish a strong third among the

One allegation, reportedly time of the season Friday night at the 11 schools. (NEWS photo)

from a customer, said Olroyd Edison Relays in Fort Myers. Relay
had charged $1.20 per pill In .

THE GOLF COURSE filling a prescription. Olroyd ..,. s.M:. Ms '4. < .._ a.T.dl".: .SilMy/J
heatedly called this a "lie" Florida Sells

He changed his charge to"preVlricatlon" Naples

c Summer Rates G >into effect April 15th by Chairman after Polly being warned 52 Acres For > Tips OnBoating .. Flotilla, I

Prepaid Playing Privileges From Olroyd Invited commissioners t
or other Interested persons Moon Base Site USCGA

April 15th to Dec. 15th to get the number of the -- ..
prescription and examine his TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Florl. "Courtesy on the Water" Is tale that greater speeds often
files The Commission accepted the offer and Dr. Brothers In I Brevard County to the federal and most of us do our best to their moorings.
Family - $75.00 Single - $60.00 will make the Investigation.
Commissioner Pete Doub related '4 explorations ing the other fellow's rights, 93 of the U. S. Coast Guard
Green Fees 3.00 that Dr. Forrest Hlnton The land consists of twotractson obeying the rules of the road, Auxiliary wish to remind all
Daily the northern part of Merritt and within the law.
had offered to procure drugs acting boatmen of the Federal Laws
and dispense them to Indigent Island, center of the proposedmoon Some of us, however, displaya which provide stiff penalties for
Electric Cart Rental 5.00 I exploration base. deplorable disregard for the operating a boat In a recklessor
.
patients at cost.Commissioners
Indication was given state
No rights of others. We don't watch negligent manner so as to
agreed that officials of the use that would be our wake, almost swamping smaller endanger life, limb or propertyof
Electric Caddy Cart Rental 1.50 In fairness to Olroyd a com- made of the 34 acres on Big Island boats. We don't slow down any person. Let's all prac.
plete survey of the situation was and the 18 acres on an un 1 for fisherman In a little skiff, tlce COURT1<<;Y.
necessary.The named island. anchored at a fishing hole. And
Our Members and Guests find the Course In William Kldd, director of the some of these fisherman anchor

Commission ordered that Trustees of the Internal 1m.', or troll in the middle of char.e Odham Challenges
Excellent Playing Condition provement Fund, said the nels tie at markers show.
r posted speed limit signs of 25 or up ,
miles per hour be erected on would retain Its customary in.' Ing little courtesy themselves and Holland To DebateMIAMI
terest in the oil and minerals 1 i
breaking the law besides.
Gulf Shore Boulevard on Vanderbilt (AP) Bralley Od.
i PoolA that might be found under the 1 Commercial fishermen are the
Swimming Beach. A request from ham, candidate for the U.S.
boatman's best friend
pleasure
t residents of the area had been land.The federal government ; Senate, challenged his opponent,
count them for ready
you can on
contract has been signed to construct made for limited speed as a agreed to pay $9,100 for the 52' assistance when In need. So let'sdon't the Sen. Washington Spessard Holland civil rights, to leave bill
safety measure acres
them trouble with our
I 75' 40' 30' Cabinet give debate and debate the Issues In
a x x Swimming e e In another action, the wakes, for often they are towing

1 Pool to be in operation not later A public hearing was held to Island agreed at that Fort the Lauderdale owner of which an| small skiffs with little freeboard Florida."It looks to me like he's try.

/ than June 1 let, 1964. Construction activate and Implement that pan was piled high with dredged I because of their load of nets. ing to win the title of the chief
i of the CountyCodegrantingau- canals In most
will be started material from the Intercoastal i I Speed In private hater," Odham said In a state
upon receiving approval
thority to the Commission to larger populated water areas meat
canal should reduce the height
from the State of Florida set up a county recreation pro- I i such as Miami is five miles per
nine-acre
called!
The tract, '
Board Health. hour and It Is conceivable that The civil rights legislation, he
of
gram. "Island B" lies in a choice real said "is aimed at the
giving
A long list of activities the soon become the law
Family Prepaid dentlal area near Fort Lauder this may Negro his right of full citizen
Commission might engage In dale. It Is owned by E. W. Van.> over the entire ountry.Common ship, and I'm all for It."
Swimming Privilege was read Including such Items stone _courtesy and common sense die.
Atty. Gen James Kjnes said
as parks, playgrounds, athletic
.. To Nov. 1964 . $50.00 that the spoil was piled 33 feel
fields, swimming pools, stadiums "
and atrocious.
was "truly
high ,
A Social Membership allowing Club and pIcnic grounds. The Cabinet agreed that the
\ House privileges will be necessary There were no objectors at owner should reduce Lbs heightto t UampliQljter
"a the meeting. about eight feet In keeping
if not a Golfing member. Annual .
with the elevation of other nearby Cafeteria
of Social
cost Membership-$25
The Commission placed on land.
file a report from Tax Asses The Cabinet will ask the cltj U.S. 41 At Four Corner
ABOUT OUR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT sor Sam Coldlng stating about of Fort Lauderdale whetherit
SPECIALS SERVED
25 Individuals had been refus- has any powers in the matter E LUNCHEON
17 of the 70 offered lots and also will ask the ownerto
sold Homestead
have oxen ed Exemptions lower the height voluntarily .... DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
and additional ones are In various stages of Coldlng Rave as reasons outofstate real 11.00 AM. h 21S r M.

closing. Three houses are under construction N residence and homes e..r
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being rented and not lived In. Trade Duke SniderTo
and two more are on the drawing boards. Big Cypress =
Frisco Giants Wednesday Lunch .
About half of the sales have been to Naples Golf A bill from the Naples Humane
Society, Inc., for $116 J.EWORK (AP)-The New
residents and the
balance winter
to visitors.
was ordered paid. Dogs, cats, York Mets sold veteran outfield. r Veal Cutlet with Tomato/Chose Sauce
There will be an Increase In lot prices on May and raccoons were Included er Duke Snider to the San Fran Choice of Two Vegetables
Cisco Giants Tuesday for an un.
15, 1964. animals housed at the
among
Goodlette flood'ono disclosed amount of cash. 62c

If you haven't recently driven around the prop Sato Good 1\ center, Snider, 37, came to the Meta saeenreal

erty do sol You will be pleasantly surprised. ts'S't -fle A motion to buy a set of j last Dodgers year from the Los Angeles Tapioca or Bread Pudding

Visit With rtentwS amael rar aaAe.\.ltMraee bleachers for use at Shadow- The greying ienhand hitter 12cr
4"\" '
tie lawn School was approved. The I batted .243 for the Mets last
1 bleachers will be Installed on year as a part time performer
Howard Carris Gait oTTrieaco a lending basis. and hit 14 home run*. Snider has w.anewnr.

Sales Manager hit 403 homers in his IT yearsin
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CHICAGO (APSell. Sam ,.;z, >

Cioldwater of Arizona seeking
PROJECT I 1/Eli 'liT
I boost in his drive for Ute Sec Ib
publican presidential 1I011'11aa. F.A. Heilig supervisor\ of

construction on the \1a1n street
ton, teats his vote.retUne ape

peal today in the Illinois presisdential widening project said \onday!

preference prImary ..1cc.lion1 that work Is progressing fairly

well on ..chedulet present

More than a million Reputiacana' the work Is rspidly approaching

lured by I bitter battle the west railroad crossing It

for the gubernat3rial: toomiSs. which point the laying of drainage -

lion, were expected to co to the pipe will be stopped and

poll. Democrats predicted a tile workers will then begin putting -
turnout of 1100,000 although Coy.
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In the laterals and con.nectlng
v Otto Kerner was unopposed in

his bid for renomlnaUon. up the catch basins and

Polls will be open 11 hours, manholes along that part or

from I a.m. to I p.m. There are Main Street on which pips has

I-Anno"nclmlnts 33-ServlcII Offered ca-Apts. For Rent 61-Income Property 5.152.335 rel1.teredvot.r.lnthe already been laid. Mr tlelllg

stale, with about haU the total said that .t the present time

PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Income Tao R.tsrns prapiredby SAIAL SHONk" APIS Islatoder, Apartments Close 91boach In Cook Courtly (Chicago). The .. the section between the two
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Mao Walton lemma' lus EII.c."c.saoailu biO. Kelly Rd and shopping Owner III, -.. "' .. -
1621 T.ml.ml TI, consultant for Lttl. Po.v.r toe and Araca Ava !Ml I I 4455. e.cl weatb.r forecast wu for sunny railroad tracks will not be dIn-
0041 larms Marlowe end
""Idw. .. Rllt.., PR1SCILLA WlLUAMS
l67 S..vco, o. Miami. Call Midosy Sill toFursishad 10.110,5. .IJ Ilh Av. 10 "I: DIRECTOR M. skill with possible showers III
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When Is
2.UIO for ppo.ntnient Stnw.art turbed. pipe laying re-
WILLS HAIR FASHIONS 2 Inl 111.nl G Van CI.v. 38 Interior the aft8rnoon.
R..I Etata Ollco. UI Oils
All,, 1I"ch. b.ul, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence WI1 aunoed it will begin at the east
lIvC. 5t Nafn.rnoons ar.v.n.rasl'tISLER'S 0 bdrm apt dul" HUNGRY Ot""t, .ttor..y. wal Goldwater shared the ballot
4v I'h Ave So. Ml 22655 limos of New Muket Road .
only en 23030 R..t."t for III. al7OOO .n.nwnce side of the east tracks Indcon-
MI. STANOARO OIL with Sin Margaret Chase
HU'.216k" 3/24if nooo down. Tom McBride named director of Office, ofTop'
2190 'th IT. NO RUlIor 'Jl Park 11. '0. MI Smith, R.Mainea No other ma" the engagement of their tinue 10 the east terminus of

ON ARC THE AND..QAI.005. ROAD WELDINQ FIELD Effici.ocias. D.y. w.. orMonoh ,.... Jllft if tories" 10 ad..I"lltr jor Republican pre ldenUal dlUghte Priscilla l1Ien Wtlllanis the project. Concrete wu be.

74 HR ROAD SERVICE (IRIS MOTEL MI22J02 flui'S, of U S. island territoriesi4 to Earnest Gene Rhodes
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE a, MI .6151.. 64-W.terfront hopeful entered the Illinois pri. big poured Pobnday for a new

I.nd new heivy duly N.sCoy DAYS Ml 0 3724NIONT Property mary although some wrlteoin He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. brioige 0' he 1000th side of the

eke. Retsut'' .. MI 2-131. Eu.oskod I .....,..... .pant
for
: support was expected henryCabot CF. Rhodes ttf leach.
wilt. ceti for $50. Mr'2c2 66'I. 4idot34Transportation liv.. mow. hlctiao YANSIC'S LANDING.' Coop Prepare For Pompano present brl4ge and foundations
4/12.14 i.ill"u:. 3.3651 2/uSto ltuunting, Compare Oh. esdiling, Lodge, unbusador to The wedding date has been set are being layed for a second
new concept .n wllerlro"t Ca'
Air cO"d 'lic"cy and I kdrtnapts opt 0" Ch suepiabe AvO .10 Ops- South Viet Naill, New York Ocw. for May 21)). Priscilla Is a brIJ, out t'JC north aide of .
!"ts-Motorl Acc" Near b..cll and plO' $50a t.. I.,. ,.. it lod.y 0' cull Moon Trip By Nelson A. Rockefeller and Rich.ard Senior of Immok.lee High
R.liabl. party wantod to driva month and up RIMIERLYAPIS lurto" 1'0' "I 2 2125 after M. Nixon. the prudent bridge near New
: "I ho..... "I 2 SU7 1111.11
.1t2 /2 II School.
YACHT car to Pittsburgh. Any tim. Market Road When the new
BROKERAGE Backers 01 M,.. Smith said
durIng month a. Ap.I., "U.31 La.,., tuily .r".h.d J bor' Geology Tour The Lions Club met It Alenes
Complete Nspte Lit.ngee. 2 S.dnaoon f.I.hed/ effIciency' 2 bath ham. saaall,. air CO" they would be pleased with 10 bridges are completed, traffic
F, Inboerd Bouts Froo zoo .P' No pots 0' childreN. "Id. 100".41 8..t"ull'" 1."O.up..d cent 01 the Republican turn- Restaurant Monday night. April will be dvcned! ove r them while
lob 60.rtpn, MI 2 3757lrunb 36-Wanted To Buy way 2.U" 0. 2.UIt.1,11 115000 'colI."t Oinancing hOUSTON Tex. (AP-From per
8. It was decided that the nom-
.Smlth b Li ,
ChI..C..1I 5.1.. Call C.pt. Burton. Imp.rlll out. thepre.U >ridge beingcomploted. -
Fu.h.d opt ,., rant au par Pro portico. Ml 7 2.21. after cramped Gemini space capsule.t hosting ommlttee will come "ordlng to contract
$PoT$ flHERMAN WOULD LIKE TO BUY A w.ik. 'Inquire at 1"1 C..h 'ou,.. MI 2.J9J7. S 121.II the wilds 01 rattlesnake n. with a slate of officers for .
U Fl. Utr ckion. flyl". b"d. GOOO 7" HP OUTBOARD Ru 3/200 fested southwest Texu-tt' all See up Ipeclfln"I1jJ When the project
2n 0'.1' M.rlns. MOTOR AT A REASONABLE Boost In the next Those attcuodtng .
w'lh hsh.n, sleeps. CIrors three.compt101 PRICE. IE GLENN TURNER : 'or'e .long. furnishad .11. 65-G.n. Real Estate In a daY'1 work for this roWl. meeting. Is completed It will be

c"cy., Air co"d. Sto"oc'.11"pt. were James Williams1Sarso In the form of boulevard with I
end many 006. .I Top 4T COLLIER COUNTY NEWS ., try' astronaut. a
conditto.e, $4050.00. Colt Burton M' 'U5 0' Mt 1.2192. THIS IS YOUR opportunity, to American Social hieSib Lonnie Curry,W.C. the
,1v0,. 2 212$. rurn.nlG 'Pl. I Oman'. IlI1h buy a homo sit' aetera.son. Fourteen sparemen Security a center strip dividing two
3a-Autos For Sel. Ave S. 4 III" 51 Collier Coun. able' procotI leave today on a threeoday po. RatJUT, Eugene Stone Foster lanes of traffic on each aide.Paral1.si .
30' 10' houllbo.1 Bottle' ty Rout E.t.t. fifl. .nlt OpeOSuedays. lots. 10'1135' IIch. on TRAIL J
o gus logical tour of Big Bend Nation. Olrnyd. Murry Canons and
,, .. 4Ili TERRACE DRIVE. N Nupt.s Basic parking, only. will beperml.oJ
md & .10' 1963 mod.l. .71 10th Ava.SO. Payment
toll luck 00.
IUO
al Park. Manned Spacecraft RIchard
2
1'.100.' Lout.d .1 lout llau.n. 4/t2,3t Bedroom t..hed EII'c"c ,loIs 10'1150' each. I. N.plasVillas Stanley. along) the entire f
C.ty water available
Naples. Inc. 4lOStS Center officiali laid Maj. Vir. Miss Robs Dill of
Apt N paSo or children. Ml2aO7 2 NAPLES PARK lets. 10'.US' Peoples length of Main Street Side.wglks ,
cyl. UnIversal Mer.ne E".,,,.. We INVITE YOU :, Ml 2 5951 3/11.11 ..ch. gll I. Grissom, 3/t/ dOd U. WAShINGTON CAP) The Chapel gave s party for herSunday
First alOO T34soOfce. sell ual.ity chances or an Increase in the and curbs will Itretch
Co..pl.t. tubes ''I. I bdrm. nuroliedsod Near' u. you a Cmdr. John W. YOWl' 33, both .
Ship Ahoy M..co 1.1."d. TO SHARE Opts bows to o am. eith.r 00 School Class Sunday ..f.ternoon
basic retirement slider
hooch and shoppilt5 Weakly.InonIltI Come chosen Monday u the tint payment the full length or the pro t.ct.
4lOStHorrlcon. those 'lots Ito and dis.cuss the
OUR SUCCESS! or peururoun 4. Mid.w.Ty3pae proco & terms on Ihesepnaoerlies. Gemini crew to man .pace. fbelal Security appear to be at park. Games except for that section between
3IStfomptalaly
heavy duty tilt' trail' were played and
6I.. \.ik. .w. .55 price aU5: Vurnlsh.d'jlV"4j64. craft Into space, were induded. bright this year. everyone the two sets of railroad tracks.


till, Doc.. "lit.. .t 2 2491. Busin.ss I. .r.." TII. aew 2 ""Tr.. with Eta. ran.. TV See Naplas Sooth and Model The backup crew of Cmdr Such an increase could be a enjoyed being out In the spring Original time set for completion .
/31.tt Chrysl.r' Corporation cars ana Cable. pub. Alt electrIc I
air and
Hom.s by.product-end perhaps the sunshine Reba
siilin' libo hot CO.... Com. I" .''tch.. and wall healer. car.p.0.4 on lO"pln. Walter M. Schlrra, 41, and Maj. was of the project was 190
today and toke a test elrlv. In lining .m Also COIN opo "'R.w.wbor. 10 rent. buy orBalI' Thomas P. stafford, 33, also only ImmedIate r8.u1l..of tile assisted by Anna Mae Miller I
1-I"slnlil Opps. ,... ended masher A contact working day. This, based on
Ih. car o. your .ho dryer Avail. continuing presSure for a teder ill
will be the trip said howard serving grilled h.nlburgers.rrut
on
SJ Olds Starfini 2 d.. able April ISDac. I or Ott Lucilta Otto Loch Brown aI old health plan added to a G day week, would require 38 \
Local business man would' lObe' hdtp. PI A PB auto yearly ,.,,1.'. Ml 2 4070 VirgIl Marcom. lob Jeager Gibbons, Manned Spacecraft ace << .salad cookies and punch weeks
10 months
to buy going bosrn.ss, wjth, windows, A ...1. WW /11.11 Center public affairs spokeso the Social SecurUy System. to I Kay (Garrett Pittoflon. or nearly
small! Cash Outla t.N"'Boo Air $359300 DEWEY POLLY Another possible outcome Ginger for completion. Howeve. the f
5137 RR Collie. County I
Terse
)2.5t. 62 Ch.v 801 AIre V. At 49-HOUMB For IItntCott. man.The four utronauts laced would be I revampIng of the Mobley Kathy rainy season could stretch the
ps. R A H. I OW", 1..9500. REALTY prelent Itat..federaJ system of Kemp, Armando Darnh.rt and ..
WANTED TO BUYI It ..Ico" R.nch.o 5. cameras and newsmen Monday project out beyond the time.
IS 0' 20 snitI o. going' mol.1 stick 99500 ... br riot I" po' mo. Corner o. lit Ave No. S after the announcement 01 their medical care for the aged to Calvin LIlea.DIRThOAT. "At preaent.wearekeepingour
apartments p..bly on Oh.gull. St Co.1 AT.. both tops and plus utilltl. S., Mrs. ,.,...to"Puttl. T..I..I Troll take in I broader income brack.et taU
."r96f' "O'.I I onn.au. RAW WW .t 31. IOtll Av. 10. MI 24355 new assignment wu made at PARTY fingers crossed and hoping thst
cowpl.t. stal.mont In.corn. 2 4 b",.. $26000SI /12.51 the space agency by Dr, Robert and to de..mphulfA' ,what reins on weekends
come
and .... Write' house honored
.p." Chrysl.r' Wagon many critics regard u the wel. Mti. Deny J
Ilwusa and .. i: R. GUruth director "
c51tq a for
W.II.co when
Ralph we .ren't
PS. PI. WW. flaw working. ileiligsaId.
121 RusSell St. Paint 151500II Mouth. plan. 401 'lath Ave So.I : Today they were to be in. fare aspects of the pl'OJram. bar daughter Karen on her 8th ."

Ottu..w.. Iowa Austin, lOw".. 49500SI rocks and These were the pro'peclau birthday with I party the park. .
1IUt Buick L.Sabr.. I dr.HO bel.m. 'u.n..hed house 155 Notice To Ipeclinl dodging the house Ways and Means Games and The Collier County water.
At.. PI.. It A H pat "'0. 2717 Davis Blvd MI 8nake. a. they continued an In. were played everyone
Wanted Sharp 179300SI 2 3010 1/2Uf tenslve geological course de. Committee scheduled morecloaed.door had lots Dr fun. Karen icceived melon season got under way

U-H.lp Pont Star Chief 4 d.. 3 blocks from court boos.. 2 discussions of the lots I week .go when !'ete Dighman
signed to famUlarlze them with Mrs.
prectUlCts.
At. PS.. P8.. factory badroom furnIshed hou. Air PoliticalCandidates
MAN WANTED to manage ."dopo..t. air. I owner 179500SI co..... .Ioc. h..,. City ...1.,. what they might expect on the Social Security health core plan louse served birthday cake and Cut three triller.loads on one
Watkins Route in this VI Ambassador wagon. Si. p.r month plan al/sties.' President Johnaon bscka.endof of his melon fields In the Na-
moon. 'C13ke to Brenda
factory air PI.. PI.. Adults, so P.O.. Ml 2.4512, CIiton Jonle
.
.... 40 related matte

a Would cO""d. I.dy covering c The melons '
The 14 latest named astro. pies areaS averaged
10 60 y.... old Burnings, 01 R&H 150500GO Furnished hou.. '0. .onl. Aor broad field. Drown. Jeanie and Joe Brown,
112500 p.. weak from Ih. v.rybo."I" luc LoS.bre 2 drPS. conditioner' Michigan' Ave. eaar nauts, Maj. L. Gordon Cooper Steve 18 pounds In weight and
Crisp.
.. Far p.rsonal' Int... PB. AT' Panty Panlry.i 57$ per. mo Ml All sdoerUurmrstatel' Jr. and U. Cmdr. Alan B. .An incr.aae in the yetirementpaymep r.urge D.nIeLs 7
political
PEN. shara' 149500kO rough cores. per po\Ind.
v,... I" year home. write Mr.McO 2 4191 0' 1111 .Frank Whtm. 'Qu1d ftt.1nwell.wiLJohoaan's Jrdtnlce WoW ..,J4ena RIpixJstulson. }
WiI.IaIooi. ,.. Lincoln 4 d. .Ht Camp.Equp. 8lvd. Shepard Jr. made the Big ,,'Vs'aino of tom
r'tv. P. O. Boo 627. Wf.cl.. air.I 441StI Sundil'l NEStS: snuBS bl antIpoverty program ;Bm'eodv Porte r. neree"Combs. .Cheney son
FIord. 32696. /IO.Jt owns,. .bo" .v. 17900 Bedroom. nowly' daconj'iwall In the ottlrl by Bend trek about I week ago. Cheney who has the field haul-
60 Dod,. Pionair Wagon 10 wall.. u,.... Cable TV nowlpaper The utronaute toured the and would not be likely Iio l Keith Spooner Debbie

.3-H.lp W.nt. Fem.le V' At. PS.. R"H 100500 Will co"''''.. 'low rental' ,ItDoc. Friday, not later than 4 p.m. Grand Canyon last month. arouse anything like the O5'jOasition Williams, Rob Mauey Donna hog contracr said Dlghman
It Crown l..p.I., I dr.Nt. .. IStll for desIrable party. For weekday puhllraUon ed.vertl.lnr that has resisted planned to start cutting In anew
., ....11 candI Near .11001. No pot. Mid. The naming 01 Grissom u every'move and Jimmy Spires Mike and
S.cf.t.y w..t.d for small $7.tica. wayJ 55J' copy must bo placed to add health care to the field this weekS Norm.lly,Ole.
owner 72900SO 4/ItO '
Must b. able 10 tube diC.talion pilot 01 the Gemini spacecraft ':Dave Garrett. 1 Kenny House,
and apar.te.iOeiaCliC Caddy. I d. DaVIllaNt 1715 2 !MIm. ) usa funtoishad also by 4 p.m. the day prior to and young as copilot slips the Social Security Syoteno Mr. and Mrs. Buck G.rrett. Ion cutting gets under way between .
fact
Sand resoma to 'lox air 00 I belrm house 'rn"hod. Cell.. Inaertlon. TItle I. an absolute has bleD .
There
no over.Ilt in.crease March 20th and
:JfwJJ,.co ,. County Niwe.4Itt at Olds 91 I d.. Hdt" AT.PI. "I 2.3191 after I: IS p..... manned space program Into Mn. Ports Wall, Mrs James April
PI. .uto. windows 1/31.11 deadline end It I. IfPnerally in the old Ice retirement 1st. Jlowever. this year, due
a ...t. POll. ..tra high lear. Spires and Mr, and Mrl. Wal.ter -
the ad.
to the of
advantage
payment since Jan., I 111511.
clean 169500&I I room hou.. Iu.nl.hod. 3JI N. Project Gemini, named for a to wind rain and cold weather -
W.ltrosl *"ted. Apply I. p.', Fond Cu.lom'', "h St Wt 1.7401 0' M'' 2U.I. vertllfr to place the Ad II constellation of the twin stars however In August UII, the Garrett conditions In February,all
son at LI gait R.oall. 2 dr. R"H. stick 69500II 4/70. 51SORooms that full Betty TaylorandQulncyAusahIll
Nrm early a. pouiblo .0 minimum payment wu In. .
.nler, Pollux and I.
Shopping Plymouth Sanoy 2 dr. Cutor B steppingstone produce was slowed In lu maturing
Eo p.rianc ad w.iIons. Apply" wagon. V,, stick 54500II attention nn bo /given to eecha4vertisement. for the moon project, creased from $33 to $40 e month. attended a beauty.tyle ..howto and considerable.

parson It Andy' Pt B arbaqus.4itO P1' mouth 4 dr.RAN. .. For Rent Apollo. The monthly maximum !Dr, Clelrw.ter list week. process

stick 4900 It I. e lteto advertloing law Twelve flights are scheduled those tully covered now II $U? Miss Iris Worth was Inltll. loss produce was experienced

WOOD CHRYSLER Room and prIvate, both twIN. that all political advertising! through February 1967, with 10 at are 65. Wlvel 6S or older ted and became new member with the fruit being knocked or

14-Help Wantaci'Mat. bod. 0 blh. from beach end be paid In advanrl using the manned. receive hall theIr husbancl.8' ben.. In the Immokllee Chapter or broken from the vine. Several

__ PLYMOUTH, INC. town. 212 lit Av. 10. 1r.I.II .fIl. Optional reduced lilted In late February
check forms authorized -
A'S T bALLS MANAlolli tripllCltl II The Gemini program rot pay. The Order of The Eastern Star growers

Ahoy. .v...,. ..r".",. wth 2540 N. Troll MI .1551 under Florida sta.tutee. WIder way last Wednesday with mente may be had at, ac.. be. '268 8. and early March that possibly
April
....1 working cO"dIoo". .10.,1 51-W.nted To Rent Monday evening
a .ood .d..tr.'o Must beabi. 40-Aulos Puts Special positioning of the fIring into orbit of I .pace. tw"n U and IS; 'Louise Brown, worthy matron, IS much as GO per cent damage

to Cl oa.an 41 woh .".e. Repairs WANTED 2 bed.room Ado will Jlot bo sold and all craft from Cape Kennedy, Fla.A A majority of the Ways and had been done by the weather
tivaly' with salsm.n" in growingltapl.s May first. presided. Duringthe ceremony,
luI.hed Ads will be Liven the urns Means Committee, which 1uIn.diu .
Paul Estate Companyopoclaliling houss. spent.etenl second unmanned shot II Apparently bearing out the

." ou.'oJy' ho"' .. LOOK HERE I AC a or heat dupla., It'r': : Quot wills: careful altention. planned for Augult. The suc.cesa all Social SecurIty 1&11.11. ,Mn. Lucille McDaniel 1 sang05tsrfEutilaccompn. shortage or produce Is the fact
AAaiiil' -
boa
to
Sobinil
resume t lon LI Wlderatood .UII to .
Couple. 01 this test .uhorbltal 0JJJ0St(
Caonty N.ws 3/71.00 no parties. .0 pats.Not. a that still
tomatoes are bring.
-. Wondering/ where to go p.. O. Sos 072 N.pl. ballistic flight, will determine the medical care planS led by Mn. Sarah Roberts atttl'
the
HELP WANTED I J/22.tf hog good prIces with even
Lauding quality and eopunding With your car problems r the target date for the first But some ofthosewttoopppee pJ.ano Mrs. 1 Katherine!

looms baildanoarganizatioO i Gulf American manned Gemini flight in No. it are known to be wIlling to eon.aider \. Worm presented the chapter normal cull sizes or tomatoes
FI."h Paint Jobs S4-Tr.de Sell
woods a mature. prOduclivaa.ia.wa.s Factory or .
crated and sold Probabilities
with, a v'.w towardboa Wracks RobusltToniups vember or December, an increase in the old Ie with In altar In honor of her being

lut..,.. Elcoll."t working benefit, based on the argument Howell are strong that thisyear's
CIoO" Contact Prd Pauly.MichigaO DO YOU HAVE ANY INTER- Record daughter. A.Q. reported
Reports that the stow but In.
.. Front and atgnnt.ntMotor tOTING continUOUIl melon harvest will be
Ho" Mooring LineDnina. i STAMPS TO SWAP. LOOT "INf, PURSE SILLY that Mrs. Iris Lynn wugetttmog -
Th. Moorings 01 N.pl. Ov.h.ulT.mon 14... ourpluo at good lI.mpoon crease In living coati baa eroded down considerably from fore
JIII.II robuiltLubrication h."d Call M'' 2.2365. NORTH ChICAGO, 111. lAP) the means 01 older along One.Inee undergoing

i 412..31 Sales Volume f'duh 51e"herl". purse was dependent on Social 5ecurUy.persona surgery recently. Following the moor yddrs In spite or about

tapoI."ced dishwol0er, cl.." -1111en from benh the same planted At
I In a bowlung.iilcy. refreshments acreage
inOStiflEa wereserved
Ira boo .
mae for I hOurs ave. 55-Stor. Office MIAMI a Leonard Rosen, pro.aldent Presumably, many members
!:r".. Ml 2.:1: : 4/9.07 Polish I WaiDon't a of Gulf American Land of Cocigresa would welcome' 11II. by Mr. Worth and asocial present, the harvest season Is

'look any further Then .he I"t a letter kIgnedii hour just getting under way again
WANTED Ollco, Spice U o I' It Fe' Corporation hu annoWleed JIack opportunity to cut 14 election was held. Others
SoIrn" .
ENGINEER SURVEVONHavi St. Pont, '0 ,JI: r:; 1':0 Coast the results of operatlonl for "I'm havIng" ball year vote "for the old folks," attending were Mr. and Mrs. with cukes peppers and tomatoes -
Chevrolet Inc. Colony Ao. 10 I on your
part tine ; toll timowsrb Ingram II the ate months ending Feb. 29, without becoming embroiled In Pascal Dry.nt, Sr, Mr, and the main crops, Sided by
400' foaot .. we.bs atghnarsl Si 10. but I dun'l know whet todii
layout suggaslions' for IJO 9th St.. 1'4' MI. .1105 1964 He Stated the final net 'A..hlhat"llIyhu,1I.. in." the .motlon.tIlled controversy Mn. L.f3. l3urnette. Mr. and some eggplants, crookneck

.v.lopl" a creaes. Pant bigOt "'01... Fla. 57-Housel For Sale income for this period amowlt.ed came over medical Core.IQ __ Mr. u.w. tlancoclC, Mr. ana. squash beans and other vege-

I."d. part w.t.. frontage. Nearby to $4,902,133 or $3 cents tables. Most laborers have
areas. 'Inlen.t.d party Mr. Henry Grant, and PoleS- no
"I-Trucks. Tractors :
pleasa wrIts brief .sopo nianc a OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS a share, compared with $37611,. i: difficulty "catchlng out" and

..cord, c.,. 0' this .....p.PO'. LESS THAN 52000 CASH WIlL 1112, or 41 cents a share for ,.. .,..... ; ,. dames Dilly Crisp, Frank War- house workers
lu Jl11 00. IIUIISSal'l g'c'0: know 0:0'Cck gat a BUY A "OOERN I BEDROOM the lame period last Yoar. \ \ .k'tf.'J' 1 ; doer. Melvinjudd.Walterilaley. packing areget-
1954 truclfor 2 lATH HOUSE IN \ f.V' .. sing In fair to good hours of
only' 11719 See G H. LUFE. EXCLUSIVE AQUALANE Net sales and other operate '"'t t:: 'II Neal Brown, Earl Taylor
H.lp W.nted turF G""C. INC 611 "h It SHORES BUYER ASSUME log Income were the largest in \ '" ., ::' Ken Glidden Henri Roberts workS AU of which adds up
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No tomporl'y loc.toon.I PRESENT "ORTOAGE. .. Is
OWN. to one thing Immok'ee!
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FEMALE J St.11 ER WILL TAKE 2ND "OItT. the company'l history, amount. .. ; .r'"! 'SI James W\1.tley\ and Fred Worth
MALE I .. .
OR GAGE FOR IALANCE. CALL inl to $507011,424 U compared ." 'I" '.t". humming again) .

MUST BE LlCESSEI) TRUCKS Ox .3In.. 'T. "YE"I. 'LA. with $35,273,301 for the game .
COLLECT FOR DETAILS :
AND POUTICAL TALKS ACCiDEPIT.FRE87COLUMItLIS
REAL ESTATE Your Choice S29 5.00 AP T. TO SEE HOUSE.LA6IPRONT period last yeara F '
\ II Speakers at the reoera Rotary Ohoii, cAP
Gull J
BE YOUR OWN BOSS N T. CII.v Walk.IRI DUPLEXI(. American ts developer \ .
.,.. 100, : { Club held In the Voh.n members ofthe Oho New,
T. Perd w. asoo dti 1122 II PO' "'0 01 the florida west cout coin.munities ;-. QTj ; ( meeting
EXCELLENTPROPOSITION I s'de, ranted for .65 PO' anoHe 01 Golden .. ''' \ Circle W Restaurant' were 13.1.7.Scnitell. pipef AuoclationI'"lt.4 I., ,.k
Gate Estates r '
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5 your buy 5home ,
ALL IN RUNNING ,. .
11 ,,, h..rn An Force Isaac 801.1
CONDITION WITH end "com. Soc SUR Soar Naples, and Cape Coral, ,, : ""' \ candidate for county
TOil ROS. 121 3rd Av. 10 ; Air DIVI.OII offictola took the
ALL MI :2.37I! :! I9U LICENSE PLATES MI 21201 /111 near Fort Myers.Trading 'Ii. :JI ] ,)1 I \ commLssloner from district 3;
t \ ;I, I'purlunily 10 Ihow thl vllsutorethi'
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J127,tf16H.Ip '. I. WatJdnlcandldlt.e for
Your Choice $295.00 YANKEES LANDING a 1wlall I .' Henry SlratellC Air Command
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FURNITURE FAIR SnoW c. Oil eu. Chosapauke Aol Stamps '' >*t 1If., ,._, School Board memberfrom Jr.lphy awarded the bias toeIt

Av.iI.bleM..I. Reas 17.500 to 115.000 Se. ,ttoo.y ''''' I' "f/'I\1,. '*'trt. C'tIt' C\\ inn 4; Richard M. Stanley fino acciJent-rree fl\'tnl h/turs,

and "" ..nt. wOrN wantidat NO. TRAIL42Machinery 2 2111 0'allen lOll boors Suntue MI Bran 2 13243il MI Got 'fhis Girl'sLetters I..,. \\0 ., jf candidate for n-eloctlon for nu''. tn the oema.dolrk, 'rowdcd:

..... 0' ..."' ",. 10. IU7 L'col" II -J, _, 1' county judge, and A.P. Ayers rioTs,, the man urrylnl the tl 'ph)'

., County N.w. 111,11 a Equip. Charming' little b..med Ceiling Through .::1 _! w,\ I candidAte for re..locllon as 07 I"",hind. In lIe IIlen. 0:31luilI.ied :

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0 bdrm. home esi terg. rn.slodded CHICAGO (AP) Quandee ;; '. county tax .sessor. Club at. the cruh (when ''I.dctccmined .
Ia.spactad _
Good ""u.lly
condition
23-Misc. For Sale n H P. HI.II PrsoouraSailer ......h. 101.19,100.Leased. I.m.fop 175 Burton per Semrow 4, decided to have a ; ." tend.nce .t the meetings Is excellent both beast and
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with oil burner fully \ cr, ploy .uHerod no PC''"lantlCdau '
party.
MI I
1.01. .2121.
.. 6f. tI and interest
u. c. N 'MC RafnigiratarLa .,. considerable -
Ir..... .I tall E ocillintCoondit.oi .atOmatiS with .000 Coil. H..t.H."y, OPEN fOR INSPECTION 2 She and a playmate stuffed ........ \ fji lad. an Orll 41 '11t.4:
Duty HOI Watar .. I. II Ihownbythe members .
.4 '
00 sold
au
Only Tank a I I" bassos Oft IItll Ave invitationa Into envelopes 'Itinir: II I'.... I hC1J'411 w' an
Storage i"
go.ckiy" Ml" 26106 allan 0 pan AND 10. batweee StN A SnOt lto Scribbled addrt'1 on them In FloridaS L.ttJ In what the candidates have to too' Ii I..m ,In 19".. ."
MAPS. H..vy duty 51" Stoat 11.000 gal., prices from $74500' On 117100. uy. The question and answer '
Cot County TopxylbOx Ion. stan.ci t."k Ponotol Scads WILLIAM e. STONE INC with crayons and stamped fr.Wld u
Copyino IttotantiCAPLES Club 1404.1 "I 2.UII E.I. 401. Builders thline To make lure there Wit :, period following each speaker Acousticon Since

su Ith Av.SLUEPRINTIN 10. "I 2-11S2 "U.I'.15 60 leniN 50. H.. MJ 2 .UI no noix.up Quandel marked indicated the interest the members 1902
beer is natural
.3/lift 44 4-MobitI Homes sa-loti For Sale each envelope with hoc p.rontl' at a picnic, a have In the issues, The

SaeotOul cu.'o' wood ."ehOl'lUb address .tamp. Rotary Chub. IS .uch. caMOt
....... Aids
,_.. Honor low pr.c.ad. Hearing
ueean.data .h..ry. MI 'frailar with cabana and .... a There Wan a mlloCIp. The let. "'hen \lIu'rc rtlinll \IIU' f\tIriu: "urJuur bC.luW "P'1t" ith endorse any of the candidates,
75 100' Namesita bksI.
2 6MI I/lOtf part for. MI.wnt 2 415 ar$1.1.or .2112.Nice. Ii.Catiati. beach e Itll Ii H. at.... I tics were returned because (rk-nJ"r' amih' and ,ttUr thir.r'1 "htueJ It,. rth ar anJ cvcrciscuhata but Is providing! lu members
Ti.n. 32 7.tO T... ""cl".... "aaite,. III they were addreSsed with first and the candidate I2U IIIh St.. N., Naples
IbtI with
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Heavy duty Perils 10 M12551d 21111f i thc ideal 111110 lir a i'eil. rcfrcvhtng ,Iau III Iiccr lit 111 op0portutlity 2-5368
and 100' of h. ", duty samea orfy And stamped with f'hone MI
COf' C.-Aptl. Itampl. If No Atsewer
4/00 51SLUt PORT' ROYAL Lot 122 0.,. The elrl' father, Harry H. arcfing T\-.nJ tiia.wts. arc n'rlhi", in thc WIorill tin it cl"il Can and discuss Various Issues or
Lost,. sot anlj rids c." DO" TillY 011 RENT I.... D"v. .Fir Salo' ar TrudaWrte Interest to .n. (.11 Eneleg. S to P.M.
pat of soil, but ...v.. plo soft UNTIL, YOU SEE 0 J. H..rt. 262. Post Semrow. paid the 20 cents PO'I- vs tll u Letr.'our _- -

and left Rant aloctnic Sloan, YANK II I LA"O"O Ito.... Dirueto. Cotta.E. age due. S.mrow I. the ChIcago
: : lamiliar eif beer j ii. dlv. rtlllinJr
roar I r'Napl.s .Pataitora Ci.REU1A EI..t,,,. otisoual ,.11.,.,," A alma gISss: a tJ'uur"lola Ihat"c !
sler.
w"ro' CiiP OIl ChasapsakaA Ntll. I...,.. Lot II. Block line in land cit per.e.n.eI (r<< ,""-Ills! that SlIP rialhc isa"ni'''' SMOkELESS ODORLESS

iR.an nioOystav to..y. BartoN Say L.Bros... wills MI R_ ItIiA""IAL',, ,."'3734 iuivw- beer: and ale, il"c so Jc'irv, j,. :u.r COl1\:. IHlt an illtp..runrL'. .:.4th4JOb I WATER WHITE KEROSENE 9

: za,:' Mt I 3937 II'C::Of2rm. Poe Trail. MI 2.1155 2/11t1 RENEW YOURLIRIVER' $ pcroon.uI (rrtdl/III. 14

furaa/tad apt.. :; f'.. i.'. Wound Lee onarSloaIo.Iaam IMPERIAL STATION Oat.i
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w.... S gout ...... IU po, kcji.eI. aeI, weiurof.lekle. .
...... Utilities Incl..od. 1"1 .' Cue WRING YOUR In FloridJ.betr goes with fun "ith relaxation 2600 N. Trail
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Crude Rd.414.to.s.trl.tf MRoy 2 @
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__ COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday April 14, 1961 Vehicle Check ,. .. Two Intersection careless driving. Gary D.
","" ...- Young made the Investigation

.,. ., Crashes Result In for the Naples Police Depart
Know Your DDT's Day Pronounced \ ment.
Traffic TicketsTwo At the same Intersection Mrs.

'Great Success'Vehicle accidents on successive Rosemary ianborn, of Deland
DefensiveDriving r days at the same Intersec- was driving south on Third
Safety check da) Sa. tion resulted In the arrest of Street South,when Louis Argus
turday was pronounced an "uni one of the drivers In each accident. of New Richmond Ohio,driving
qualified success" toda by west on Fifth Avenue, South

George Pittman, general chair. ; ,,,.., Luigi Pollara, SlOPalmClr- passed two cars at the inter-
of the event by -7-
I man sponsored r etrlr910 cle Third
tV was going south on section and plowed Into her
Naples Jaycees 'I Street South, at about 1 o'clock car.
A 10-polnt vehicle check was reportedly going against a
Taffies given 106 cars In the safety lane Saturday afternoon. James B. red light. The accident occurred
set up on the Tamiaml Trail, Kenny of Sun City was driving at St40 o'clock Sunday afternoon -
.
Here are the answers to the 8 road problems north of the Four Corners and west on Fifth Avenue,South, ,
adjacent to the Post Office Park. and falling to realize that there Damage was estimated at
the Pilot of their
posed by Club Naples in current
ing lot. Of this number, 12 was a traffic light at the Intersection $150 to Mrs. Sanborn's car
safety campaign. If you happen to turn to this cars were "reJected", after y I I ,, collided with Pol- and at $200 to the Argus car,
page before reading the questions, stop readingnow which the owners returned to the cy lara's car which reponedlyhadthe Argus was given a ticket for

and read the questions first, page 2. check. lane with the correcUoI.Imade green light In Its favor. driving In a reckless and will-
Damage was estimated at ful and
wanton manner. The
Major fault causing the re.
1, Don't panic; you can handle Into the skid and simultaneously jectlon was found to be In tail $500 on the Pollara car and Investigation was conducted by
t blowout at any speed if you let up on the gas pedal. Once and brake lights and turn signals at $:::50 on the car driven by Officer George Dampier

know how Don't brake; that will steering has corrected the skid, In all, 80 aafetybeltswere sold Kenny him Edna Yednlck of

only compound your steering dif apply your brakes gently,in onoff and Installed, Pittman reported. Massapequa, N. Y., was 18 Cruise Club
ficulties. Just hold the wheel in touches, to slow down Safety lights, a new item this slightly Injured In the crash
t vise-like grip and steer 6. Don't slam on your brakesor year to be sold by the organization y it. Kenny was given a ticket for Members On Trip
straight. U you yank the car try to twist back onto the produced 12! sales. 1 ..raeWOMi..
counter to Its swerve you might pavement Immediately that Another Item sold which had not To Rabbit Key
turn over. Keep your foot could turn your car over, Hold been announced prior to the safety IT'S THE POSITION THA 1 r :.> ',* 'f', If
lightly on the gas pedal-now hard onto the steering wheel, check day was seat belt counts says Fred Schmucker Ts Eighteen members of the Naples -
off, now on, now off, now on. and let up on the gas, steerto retractors of which !50 were Cruise Club combined a
This tends to restore steering keep front and rear right sold under the car, as he install cruise with a fishing and shell-
control. When you've slowed wheels parallel to the shoulder, Installation of the seatbelts a safety belt on the car o'f Ing expedition to Rabbit Key
down lightly apply your brakes and gently fan your brakes on lights was done by the Jaycees Charles E. Schubert loca I below Everglades City Saturday -
until you can safely turn off and off. When you've slowed down, assisted by the Naples Jaybees ,
conch shells
t ty Large
the road remount the pavement In the Post Office parking lot. businessman, who lean S
ere plentiful and all the -
members
2. Don't slam on your brakes; 7. Slam on your footbrake and nonchalantly against the ca
hold Then let bit brought back as many as
with your front wheels turned straight. up a
sharply as they are, you could on the brake and swerve right, during the installation. Thi: they desired.
roll over. U necessary, drift to pass behind the leftward 8 Hurt In was a typical scene Saturda Those making the trip were
to the left side of the road. moving truck. Don't hesitate to assistec Commodore Dill and Pauline
as Naples Jaycees,
(If no vehicle la coming)so you'll run off the road If you haveto Drumheller, Herb and Alma
take the curve In a wider arc, In order to miss the truck by the Jaybees, sold and In Rothrock, Jack and Nina Young,
and apply your footbrake in light and don't swerve left..that would AccidentAt stalled safety belts and safety Claude and Elsie King, Jess
with left foot while put you In the truck's path
spurts your lights on cars In the Post and Lucille Harrison, Mr. and
8. Blast horn the driver
you maintain a light but constant your ;
Mrs. Jack rossan, Mr. and
pressure on the gas with your may be asleep. Don't steer left; Office parking lot. In picture .
Mrs. John Kroell, hlr.and Mrs.
fight (wheels under power hold the other car might swerve back CapeCAPE at right is the safety Charles
'a curve better), into that lane at any moment.Hit SImondlnger, and Mr
3. Yank on the emergency your brakes and pull off lane set up on the Trail adjacent and Mrs. Harold Stump

brake with all your might And the road to the right; you may KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) ( to the parking lo On Sunday the Cruise Club
shift to t lower gear if you have change the head-on collision into -Eliht persons were Injured, where 106 had a covered dish dinner at
a stick shut-ln order to take a less dangerous sideswipe.Once several seriously, today whena cars were giver Its picnic grounds at Little
advantage of the braking effect off the road, hold tight to the rocket engine being joined a ten point check by the Marco Pass with members&

of your engine.Pump your brakes steering wheel and keep going, with a space payload Ignited in Jaycees Saturday in conjunc( and their guests attending.
and down fast this If can, to get out of the other checkout
,pedal up ; you a building. hon with vehicle Many fished and shelled, while
sometimes restores some brak, car's reach. But If there is Initial reports said the rocket safety others just and relaxed In
Inn power As a last resort, U, no time for evasive tactics, in exploded. But the National Aer. check day, proclaimed for provide funds for the proposed the ate
your're not slowing down, check the crucial last second before the onautlcs and Space Administration both Gov Farris raises with additional mlllage. sun.
Saturday by : School Board
your car's forward motion by Impact flip of your Ignition to used the word ignited in a SplitsOn The debate continued, covering -
;:deliberately bumping it against lessen chances of fire and throw statement There was no In. Bryant and Mayor Archie wide differences of opinion Ing all board business Is con-

roadside guardrails, hedges,fen. yourself onto the seat(or person) mediate word on whether the Turner (NEWS photos! and finally resulted In a ducted In open meetings.No .
,tee, stone walls or parked cars. to the right, away from thuteer. flve-foot.tall solid propellant motion to delay action. Rogers tlate was set for the specIal -
You'll smash fenders and rip off tog wheel. Curl your legs tight rocket blew apart after the Ignition. Salary ScheduleThe suggested an "executive ses meeting, but It appeared it
paint, but eventually you'll stop to your torso and your arms to Business Should sion" to study It. Chairman will be called In about two
-bruised maybe, but alive. Or, your chest. A NASA spokesman said the Chlckerlng countered by weeks.
say-
If absolutely necessary, "hit the accident occurred as an Orbit. Carry Own Load, County School Board Inyesterday's Mrs. Jones said she wantedto
ditch" at the likeliest soft spot Ing Solar Observatory (060)was
6 Manatee County for

Gov. Bryant Says session delayed write other counties salary
4. Take your foot off the brake being mated with the third
pedal. Then either throw yourself, Prisoners Free stage of a Delta rocket for a. ORLANDO (AP) Business adoption of t proposed salary schedules for comparative

,down on the front seat or slump series of pre-launch checks in in Florida should carry Its OWl 1 schedule for Instructional per- purposes. NEVER BEFOREHAS
way down In the seat behind the For 25 Minutes a building; referred to as a spin. load, said Coy Farris Bryan t sonnel In the county schools, Reynolds maintained Rogershad
steering wheel, so your head is BRADENTON (AP-SIx prls.oners test facility Monday night, but governmen t after some heated words, and plenty of time to study the
supported by the backrest and I who broke out of the con. The 060 was to have been will do everything possible 'to( a split 3-2 vote. schedule and further delay complicated -
wont be whlplashed when the I demned Manatee County Jail, launched next Tuesday to ex. make It good to be in buslnes a The motion to delay ac.lon until the process of hiring
truck strikes. Immediately alter were back behind bars today plore sun-earth relation, The in Florida." special meeting can be call- teachers. Robert H. Stowell,
the Impact, sit up quickly and: after only 23! minutes of free spacecraft was damaged ed to further study the schedule school finance manager pointed BIGLEY'S OFFERED
put your foot on the brake again NASA said eight persons were Bryant's statement came a t carried by a 3-2 vote, board out a month's delay will
If you can, so you won't roll dom.The six used a knife fashioned Injured, several seriously. They the kickoff dinner of the Florid![ members E. hamper 1964-65 budget pre Famous
George ,
Into cross-traffic. were rushed by Air Force am. Industries Exposition. He toll d Rogers
from a s p o o n to force jailer .
5. Don't slam on your brakes., John Collins to turn over his bulance to hospitals In nearby the audience of 300 that tin., Sara Jones and Philip Crews parations.
for if you lock your wheels you'll keys Monday Cocoa Beach and Patrick Air state doesn't offer any glmmlcl k favoring the delay and Chairt Rogers said "You slap this ZENITH
lose control, and the car may Chief Deputy Sheriff Clyde Force Base. to attract new Industry, bu t man Leo Chickering and Dr. schedule at me with four daysto COLORAt
flip. Instead, turn but don't Jerk Gill said deputies quickly round. does provide the "kind of ell. Kenneth Snyder opposed to ther study It and expect me to
your steering wheel to the right ed up the six who were found BE A 'FRIEND' mate that makes it possible foi delay, say 'yes'. I won't pass It today This Low Price!
business to grow" W.D. ." Remarkably
walking in a westerly direction TO YOUR LIBRARY Reynolds superintendent
proposed that the annual Reynolds countered, "If you
Increment for teachers, for a want to turn It down,go ahead."
a number of years set at $100, He also pointed out the Collier SAVE $50 to $100ALL

CORBIN-LINDABURY be raised to $125. Membersof County beginning salary was
Time To Add the board were sent copiesof tops In the state But the annual
the salary schedule, listing Increment of $100 was not

Growing Power personnel salaries,four enough to keep pace with salary NEW
days previous to the board raises In other parts of the

meeting It was pointed out. state
and Life
'uci l 4 Rogers contended he did not Board member Dr. Kenneth
Se have time to study the proposaland Snyder entered into the argument -
To Your Soil!
suggested action be delayed only long enough to say .7NlrHC
until the next regular meetIng "The schedule should be ap-
proved. However, the raise
Is not enough."
Mrs. Jones foresaw a time hv
Strangulation Of when the mlllage will have to L

Partially Blind go up to meet continued raises.
Reynolds pointed to an expected
Woman UnsolvedNORWOOD $15 million assessment In-

Mass. (AP-In,. crease In the county which will THE HANDCRAFTED Color TV

vestlgators refused to say toda)Y r
whether a partially blind, 63 also printed circuits
yearoOld woman was slain b: Taylor Opposes 'no production short cuts

her home or committed suicide, Using American
The frail body of Goldie Fin;; *
was found lying on her bad k Troops In Viet .
across the foot of her bed Monday .,
STARTS WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 7:30 A.M. by two employes of hei WASHLNGTON (AP) Gen
husband's dry cleaning firm. Maxwell D. Taylor, chairman
An autopsy disclosed thai t: of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, says
Mrs. Fine, who had been ached., he opposes the use of Amerl.
"Sheepo" Brand Pure CANADIAN uled to undergo operations fo rof can troops "as the direct means
eye cataracts next week, died o t suppressing the guerrillas" ,
"asphyxiation by ligature with South Viet Nam.
I i
SHEEP MANURE PEAT MOSSIncreases two silk stockings around her "Under all circumstances'*
neck." he was asked by Rep. Gerald
Medical examiner Joseph A., R. Ford Jr., R.Mich., at a Feb.
King said that he could not determine .. 17 session of a House Appropriations .
moisture-holding capacity of soil how the stockings were I subcommittee t\

"Cow-0" Brand Keep roots cooler in summer placed around her neck. "Under all circumstances
There have been 11
unsolved I that I "
can think of, Taylor re
Cuts down weed growth strangling of women In eastern, plied.
COW MANURE Massachusetts In the last 22
Conserves fertilizer months. Taylor testified with Secre. .J

However, officials have dls., tary of Defense Robert S. Me
counted any connection betweenthe Namara at a closed meeting. The GLENCOE-Model 5111
REG. $2.49 50-lb. BAG strangling and Mrs. Fine's The subcommittee released a
Reg. $2.95 death. She was the mother of, censored transcript ot the testimony -

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