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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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City Council this morning denied At noon Council recessedthe way were the main reasons said. There are two ways to Avenue signed the petition to
petition by 96 citizens meeting until 1:30. A fair Council denied the petition to finance paving of streets he Indicate they are In favor of
asking to have 19th Avenue ly long agenda of 12 Items pave 19th Avenue South. noted assessing abutting pro- paving It. And "we have no
South paved and refused to still faced Council for the afternoon City Manager Vince Wood perty owners or providing forIt funds" budgeted to pave the 1
take further action at this timeon session. read the petition signed by 96 In the budget. street. If It was decided that
a request for a setback varIance Lack of funds to do the pavIng persons mostly living In Aqua- NOBODY SIGNED 'paving It Is of such public
on that same street which plus a City ordinance prohibiting lane Shores. "To the best of The former method appeared necessity that all taxpayers
Is platted but has never been paving of streets with my knowledge none of them out of the question. Wood

built. less than a 40-foot right of live on 19th Avenue." Wood said because nobody along lath (Continued on page 2)

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The Wor Beach Problem Against RedsNEW x

YORK (AP) RichardM. h

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nixon arriving home today
from a /t-week business trip to \

CALCUTTA India (AP) Apowt'r a number of Asian and Euro.
struggle under pean countries, said the United
appears
Awash $t at as should adopt a "harderaniSlltronger" ,.\
way In the little Himalayan For NowFor attitude toward
kingdom of Bhutan where Premier
Jlgme DorJI was assassinated Communist aggression In Asia. :
The former vice
president
April 5.
speaking to newsmen at John F. ;
The arrest Monday of Gen.the a short time at this morn co-operative effort between the Link however said the program Kennedy International Airport

Chapda deputy army Namgyal commander Bahadur In ing's Council session It appeared City and beach from property would be building public criticized Sen. J. William Ful.
connection with Dorjl's murder a long range plan to save owners Beach In front of now privately bright D.Ark., chairman 'of the
was seen as part of a move by Naples beach frontage was In But a difference of opinion owned beach and suggested Senate Foreign Relations Com.
Bhutan's ruler Maharaja the making It was to be a to who could claim ownership property lines should be established. mlttee. ; ( )
Hwanchuk to assert his author. to the built-up beach stymiedthe Nixon a Republican said Ful.
That of bright recently called for a
Uy. proposal quickly. difference opinion
City Manager Vlnce Wood revealed threw the whole proposal back more "flexible, softer line" to.
ROME (AP)-Rome's coffee U.S. Ready For a plan whereby the City Into the hands of the city manager ward communism.

bars, restaurants, pastry and could participate In a coordinated and the city attorney for Indict Former
wine shops were closed today Aid To Brazil- groin program for beach study of legal angles
by a 24 hour strike protesting
rising costs. erosion protection along The The'planned program for Illinois Governor
An association representingthe ConditionsWASHINGTON Moorings Beach. groins will be an agenda Item
bar and restaurants called Op The proposal was for the City at the next meeting of the Coun On Tax ChargeCHICAGO

the shutdown to pressure the (AP) The to pay one third the cost of cal (AP)-Former Gov.
government to do something United States was reported building six groins along the In related business,the Council William G. Stratton of Illinoiswas |
about inflation ready today to provide substan. beach south of The Moorings approved an application fora Indicted today for federal
tlal economic aid to Brazil if Jetty. The one third cost to seawall permit on the GulfIn Income tax evasion from 1938
LONDON (AP-A West Eu. President Humberto Castello the City was estimated at $S, the vicinity of vacated Fifth through 1961. ) .
ropean Socialist study group accused Branco adopts effective belt 000. Wood explained how the Avenue North. Engineer Bob A tour-count Indictment was
the Soviet government to. returned by the grand Jury be. .
tightening measures. might enter the Wilson explained the type of ;
day of "an unprecedented cam. Castello Branco takes his City agreement fore Judge William J. CampbellIn an
and tabbed It feasible slanting groin to be built which
that a U.S. District Court
Judaism" Thura.
palgn against presidential oath today. He has on .
has led to closure of 75 per cent been given the most sweeping program. quickly met the approval of day but was ordered suppressed
of the synagogues In seven powers ever granted a Brazil. A planned program for groins Mayor Archie Turner. until this morning.The .
years. Ian chief executive. appeared to be In the making.H. The Council voted unani- amount of taxes alleged.ly ( .
The committee said a year's The United States, and other Milton Link of The MoorIngs mously to gram the permit, evaded over four years was on
study showed that Jews In the sources of financial aid, are proposed that costs could and further agreed to make fill $46,676.11 on Income that the .
Soviet Union are subject to holding up almost $500 million be met by a from footage charge available for the shore side of government said was unreport.ed Monday,1 of
severe discrimination. dollars In assistance to Brazil to all property owners who the groin. and totaled $82,842.82. a
due to runaway Inflation there. would benefit from the pro-
MOSCOW (AP) Czechoslo.vak Fiscal reform Is regarded In !
President Antonln Novotny Washington as one of Brazil's gram.
has left for Moscow .for what most urgent needs. KEY QUESTION Barry Wins In Illinois; a j
was billed. a "friendly visit"to The United States and other ,
Ruth chairman -
Soviet Premier Khrushchev sources held up economic aid Mrs. Brashear far
who marks his 70th birthday last year when now-ousted Pres. of the Parks Board ques- / .
Friday Ident Joao Goulart failed to fulfill tioned: "Who owns the pro- Lodge Leads Write-ins or
a pledged economic stabili perty after the beach Is built
YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP- zation program. up?" v .
The U.S. cable ship Long Lines Washington withheld $224.5 Wood appeared to be certalr CHICAGO (AP) Sen. Barry finish as a poor fifth In the .
arrived today to start laying a million for balance of payments that It would be public beach. Coldwater's victory In the 1111.nols March 10 primary In her neigh
submarine cable linking Japan support. The International Mon. presidential preference prl. boring state of New Hampshire.Only ..
and the South Pacific Island of etary Fund is believed to have mary shared Interest today the names of Ben Gold.
Guam iThe rejected Goulart's request for See New Clash with a surprising show of water and Sen. Smith were .
work Is a part of an $80. $100 million last year. European strength by Sen. Margaret printed on the Republican bal. .
million project linking Japan countries and Japan were ex. With Britain On Chase Smith. lots Others 'scored by the write.In ..
and the United States. It Is pected to produce an additional Charles H. Percy who method on both party ballots, .
being jointly undertaken by $100 million In aid but a Bra. Sales To Cuba stepped Into a president's post although the Lodge and Nixon
Japan's International Telegraph r 11 Ian mission to Europe failed In Industry at 29, captured the boosters did not specificallyseek .
< Telephone Co. and the Amer. to get It shortly before Gou. LONDON (AP-A report thata Republican nomination for gov. wrlte.lns.Percy .
lean Telephone L Telegraph Co. lart's downfall. British steel company Is ne.gotlating ernor at the age of 44. now board chairman of
The 3TO: Isle cable will pass Secretary of State Dean Rusk to sell Cuba heavy Returns from Tuesday's prl the Bell A Howell Co., made a .
through: Midway Wake and the said at his last news conferencethe cranes has threatened a new dls. mary gave these percentages of successful start In his first try .
Hawaiian Islands. United States Is ready to pute between the United States the preference vote Goldwater for public office by defeating
The project is scheduled to he work very closely with the new and Britain. 63, Mrs. Smith 26, Henry Cabot State Treasurer William J.
completed in time to open trans government of Brazil In tack. The Dally MaU reported the Lodge 6 and Richard M. Nixon Scott, 37.
pacific service around June 20. ling Brazil's difficult problems British firm, Steel at Co., was 3, with the remainder split up The winner also took a first
of economic and social develop. negotiating a $1.4-mllllon con. among several others. step toward control of the GOPIn / .
merit contract with Fidel Castro's gov Sen. Smith, of Maine, came Illinois The triumph In addition ,
TAN PHU, South Viet Nam ernment. Into the Illinois test alter Gvld. gave him a position of ..
(AP-A three-lay battle with The Cummins Engine Co., of water had entered She wanted, Influence among delegates to
two Communist Viet Cong bat. Deadline Columbus Ind., whose British she said, to give the voters a the party's national conventionIn
tallons has left this southern TonightFor subsidiary has supplied Steel I choice July.
Mekrng Delta region bleeding Co. with a dozen diesel engines Both t traveled to Illinois twice
Tax Returns "I'm going to cast my vote
and grief stricken and cost the In the psst year, announced that during the campaign The Art with the majority of the dele. Public Park At Marco
government its heaviest casual If the Cuban deal through It
WASHINGTON (AP) Mid. goes rona senator spoke Friday to gates, and 1 must concede right
ties In the Viet Nam will stop selling! to the British
war. at In Inter
night tonight Is the deadline for 10,000 a rally the now It Is a Goldwater delega. I
American advisers reported firm. national Amphitheatre.The \ .
filing 1963 federal Income tax lion Percy stated.The
nearly 300 government soldiers A spokesman for Steel It Co. lady from Maine was In result of the preference
dead or wounded returns. retorted that "We could use the state at the same time As Donated
Judging from last year the primary Is not binding on dele. By Developer
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Civilian casualties may exceed Internal Revenue Service-men other makes If we wanted to. on her previous weekend VI.It. gates.
200, an American adviser said. and machines will The report also brought a pro. she quickly made the rounds at Goldwater commented In -
process
They apparently were deliberately more than 62 million individual test from the U.S. Embassy that colleges and small gatherings.Her Washington that the outcome Collier County has Its first Herren said the Colliers had tailed temporarily a Commission
Inflicted by the Coinmu. such a deal would be "a con. .
returns before completing the display of vote pulling demonstrates that "1964 can bea always In bond Issue toe
traventlon of public park and recreation area. planned the develop Use us.Ion on the
and
nits LI': government Iympathlz.en. U.S. Treasury
task. power was unexpected too, year of victory for our party. It contains about 28 acres and mint of Marco that there would 1 ) put before freeholders In the
export regulations.
when viewed In of
American observers called the the light her Goldwater coming through sports 2,350 feet of frontage on be s public Beach. "The Col.', May 3 primary to purchase 160
action "a stunning Communist ahead In his first test In the the Gulf beach. tiers are happy that the Macklei acres north of Vanderbilt Beach
political victory." Midwest called upon all mem. Yesterday at the afternoon... feel the same," said Herrtn. for another public park.
ben of the party "to unite to lion of the County Commission Mackle told commissioners Commission enthusiasm for an
DACCA Pakistan (AP) A work for the election of Repub. Elliot Mackle and Norman Her. that reports the firm held about all-out campaign to get a favor
cyclone in the Jessore Dla llcan candidates everywhere, ren headed a delegation appear. six miles of beach frontage was able vote for the bond Issue
trlct of East Pakistan last week from the state house to the Ing before the board, and Mack.le false for actual measurementsare appeared to soar after the visit
end hit with such savage force ICr White House"Returns representing Mackle Brotherswho about half that figure. But by the delegation and the park
that in some villages rescuers r from 7,872 of the recently bought extensive Collier County gets about one gilt Individual support and aid
found no signs of life, "no bod. j ,{ FOR s Rf state's 10,259 precincts gave areas on Marco Island, present. half mile of the actual frontage, from various organisations In the
lea, no trees, no house," Cov. Goldwater 314,544 Mrs Smith ed the park to the County, "No and Mackle add other areas will county will be sought.
Nomen Khan said today. 129,669 Lodge 26,545Nixon 14,. strings attached" said Mackle In also be public beach. The Commission was stymied
Officially 400 bodies have 173, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefellerof the presentation November 1 Is the target date In its first effort to buy the
been counted and 700 persons New York 1,208 Cov. George "It Is astounding," said Commissioner ., when the developer will spreadfor property at $350,000 because ofa
have been listed as Injured with Romney of Michigan 27S, Gov. A.C. Hancock. "Most public view their plans for lack of authority, and It ap.
1,000 others missing William W. Scranton of Penn. wonderful thing to happen." extensive development of the Is. peared the County would lose out
sylvanla 992, and Harold E. The public park gift Is a tractat l.llId. Mackle said.Commissioner In the deal and the property would
Exchange Honors xtNIII Stassen 44. the north end of the Island. Hancock made go to Investors. However the 8U
Lodge won on wrlte.lns-33,521 It Is cut off from the Gulf bya the motion to accept the "gra. Charles Charities, Inc., came to
Naples StudentsCarter i of them-tn New Hampshire channel leading Into Clam Bay. clous" gift. It was given a sea the rescue of the County and
where Mrs. Smith counted 2,812on Mackle brothers, according to and by Commissioner Wes Down. la negotiating a purchaser for
E. Bryan and Christy the ballot. the firm representative James Ing and with no discussion received resale later to the County.
Willis Naples Junior High School I Returns from 8,126 precinctsfor Vensel will dig a channel lead. a unanimous vote. The commissioners yesterday
students, were named "boy and the nomination for governor tog directly into the bay some Bun Mathews sales director heard from four Arm offering
girl of the month" by the Ex. III I I gave Percy 3 8In and Scott 2,530 feet below the entrance of lor Markle; John Bonner public proposals to handle the $390,000
change Club wnd were dinner 223,124. the present channel. That cuts relations; J. F. Knudson engirt.Mr bond Issue If It gets voter appro.
guests at Monday's meeting at off the tract of about 21 acres ; and George Huntoon were val.Jack
the Beach Club 19th Hole. Cuban which was presented to theCoun. :others pr..enhtth.meeting dur Seaman, representingBache
Junior High Principal James -J: I a eJ PopulationAt tng the presentation ceremonies.The and Co., of St. Peters.
Dlffenbaugh was also a guest of Record High ty.The developers will also build public park presentation burg suggested a cheaper In.
the club and Introduced the stu. a causeway across the present terest rate Is possible buy ne.
dents to members.He commendedthe MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Cuba's channel and access roads,Mackle gotlatlnf for the bond sale
club on Its program of hon. population was reported at a said. "It will be a recreation area Scott Eubanks representingBarcus
ortng students at meetings record high today despite a for Collier Countlans,"he added. um.E s". Kindred, Philip M.
Young Bryan and Miss Willis steady exodus of refugees.The \GRErs Stearns, representing Oscar E.
each spoke briefly, thanking the v, Cuban Economists Asso. QUITS RlMOfS: & Dooly and Co., and represents
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Exchange Club for Its Interest elation In Exile said the birth Yesterday's surprise I gift live of B. J. Van login thougnt
In local students and pointedout BOY AND GIRL OF THE MONTH were J. G. Oiffenbaugh" ; Boy. -the-month rate has climbed so much that to the county served to quiet rUe better rates could be obtained lathe
the value In stimulating good honored at dinner guests of the Exchange Carter E Bryan; Girk f-fhe-monfh Cuba will have 7,700,000 Inhabit. mora that the famous Marco public marketCommissioners
community relationships and ants by late 19W. Beach will not be public after studied propo.
preparing boys and girls far future Club Monday evening From Christy Willis; and Exchange Club Cuba's last census, la 1853. completion of the development by sale but postponed action until a
citizenship left ere: Junior High' School Principal President G. Vernon Sweet was j.829,029. Mackle Brothers. p.r later date.I .



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t 2 COLLIER COL'VTYNE\\S Wednesday. April 15 1964 .


: What They're Saying Sportsmen Pilots f'. : 1_ Gubernatorial HopefulsAir

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;The Governor's Race Into "II\,', ,' .. :,j Saareqation ViewsTALLAHASSEE

Wing NaplesNearly '\ v -
iAP) Although has the right to vote. All dtlr,
: By THE ASSOCIATED PREPS "doing political business as usual .,., Florida Is lest becominga should have equal opportunlti!, ,

Fred 0, Dickinson of West with the same political snipIng every state in the union is representedas .fI1\ cosmopolitan state with ae.comparing in education, finding work
< Palm Beach pledged three statewide as their stock In trade," the Pilots ,.!', i, hanges In social improving themselves"
Sportsmen Association
\ moves to curb crime it he On the contrary, he said, he holds Its annual I II ....... thinking, the question of racial Rep. Fred Karl of Volt..
i. Is chosen Florida's: next gover had emphasized "human needs convention this week at the Naples Bach Club desegregation remains a ke Issue County "I oppose forced tit ,
nor and human values." Hotel "'"" in the governor's campaign. gratlon in any situation. I ,
Campaigning in Miami Beach, Fred Karl of Daytona Beach Miami Mavor Robert opposed to outside Intervent!
Dickinson said that he would setup The 125 pilots attending the convention with Onl)
detailed his legislative career King High said spectflcall)' in or threats of Intervention. The
: Tuesday to voters in ,oithwest, their wives and guests flew into Naples and have his curves answers that lie same yardstick cannot be ,_
Voluntary citizens'crime com. Florida. plied to every state or ever
some thirty-odd aircraft parked at the Naples airy would enforce civil rights legl
missions. "I have a record that cannotbe lation enacted by Congress. community, nor can we exp .'
) Hire special investigators matched," he said "For port. A full week's program including sports and None said he would defy such all people of all communities ,
I working directly under the ,ov. eight years I fought for educa. social events, including a costume ball tonight has r-I laws and some have Indicatedin move at the same rate of dell! .
ernor's office to ensure honestyIn tlon as a legislator while most been planned the past they would enforce crate speed. Each of us must
government.Seek other candidates did little such legislation If it became the meet this problem as IndividuaL
fulltlme Juvenile officers "Today they all claim they McGRATH PHOTOS law of the land. and must be reasonable, pra '
( for every county. are champions of education" The others hedged on the tic able and honest with blouse '.
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Establish a central pool of Scott Kelly of Lakeland also ''''' 'v ev ', t r- point somewhat while sax tip All of the people of Florida must

crime Information from all law talked about his legislative record m. ,. /' \ they opposed an)' forced deseg. move forward together, for it
\ enforcement agencies In the rrT' \ allon. even one of us Is held back, then
( state. Tuesday In a Fort Pierre ,.;" } t;.. reg Here are the positions of the all of us lose a little."
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Dickinson continued his search appearance. -, .. candidates on the question of Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland:
for votes In populous south Flor. He said he had voted for every 4! what to do about desegregation: <'1 am personall opposed to
ida Wednesday, campaigning in major education bill passed by DEMOCRATS: compulsory Integration. All Utl.
Broward County. the Senate in his eight years In '. Mayor Havdon Burns of Jack zeus should have equal rights texercise <
Robert King High of Miami that body three teach.
including sonvllle "I am opposed to the the responsibilities of
k said that his opponents were. er pay raises. o public accommodations sectionof citizenship: and all of us should
t -- lie said he would support vocational the civil rights legislationnow have the right to choose our as.
Geraldine Mock education throughout pending in Congress. I sochtes. The movement to de.
the state and envisioned a time i tan I [ would be vigorously opposed to segregate; motels and restau.
t Leaves HonoluluOAKLAND when there will be junior col. JIll I' any such bill offered in the Flor. rants through federal legislationIs
available for all
l..g81 the state. Ingen'ent on our rightto
Calif. (APAvla.trlx Ida Legislature I regard such an
luathews "f .UUikoiivllla
Geraldine Mock headed for John legislation as Intel'ference with own and confoj private prop.
Oakland today, closing In on her said the promises of Dickinsonand .. -;1 ..-- private enterprise. As to voting, 1M1The Negro populace cat
goal of becoming the first woman Kelly to reduce the costautomobile ( I know of no barrier to the Negro gain the desired social status
tags would mean the HAPPY TO ARRIVE in Naples were Mr and Mrs. through 1'1'onomll"110'\ eductc .
to fly solo around the world. 1 ; and certainly there should
money must come! from some ; William shown "
The 38.year.old Columbus, ii. Livingston here disembarking from be none." tlonal achievement.
Ohio housewife expected to land other source their plane at the airport, Former &11, Fred 0, (Dud) Sen. John Mathews of Jack.
"There would have to be an. l
somlllet "Florida must at all
at Oakland Airport at 11:57 a.m. : Dickinson of West Palm Death: ,
c PST, 16V4 hours after taking off other tax substituted and I am. aeI "I am opposed to the public accommodations '. costs, avoid some of the pitfall-
convinced it would be an extend.ed into which neighboring states
our
from Honolulu In her singleen.L portion of the
sales tax," Mathews said. have fallen. It would dose the
gine' plane. \ pending federal civil rights leg.
I: Mrs. Mock disclosed her new "That was being advocated by Islatlon a.id would be opposed to door to the new Industries ,
flight plan when she landed In some at the last session of the similar legislation on a state are courting. It would serious:)
r Hawaii, calling for her to fly Legislature and I believe It level In addition, I believe tint affect our tourist ecoiotny, D
back to Columbus from the West would have passed had not the iL1Li. the Negro will make more sub. would hurt our stale In tilt eyes
I Coast-via El Paso, Tex. That money been raised on the tags." stanttal gains on a basis of uii. of the nation A situation umiistnever
would allow her to make the of. Haydon Burns of Jacksonvillesaid derstandlng with free enterprisethan be allowed to develop tint
facial around.the.world mileage that he as governor would he will when armed by leg. will produce riotsui tho bslnp( !
seek the of leaders in finance I "
help
she needs-22,858.8 miles. She y Islatlon which gives time proprietor of a public school. The governorwho
t lost mileage earlier on the tripI to work with the govern. no free choice I would pro. ran keep the lines of com.niunlcations .
I when she skipped Singapore. ment In determining "the continuing tact the right of the peaceful Ol|>eii between the
need for governmental picket line" races, and who will urge coin.
services and the best of financing -
way Mayor Robert King High of mutinies to set up a radii
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U.S. Casualty them. Miami "If the Congress passeda committee to air grievances' lw.
11 lie said that revision of the civil rights bill and the Presl. tore they explode, ran do I'''i,' "
Rate Increases
constitution was the only meansof i. dent signs it into law, I will, as REPUBLICANS:
1 In South Vieti bringing balance to state financial I governor, enforce the law I Ken Folks 01 .111I1.,. "Am
operations. believe every citizen of Florida law compiling ,tie person to
SAIGON, South Viet Nam 9s transact business with aiiothet-
(AP)-The mounting bloodshed is outran to the 'ontul'tu.11
of South Viet Nam's guerrilla Shriver To Tell HEADING UP THE PILOTS Association Is Vincent Whiteof Woman, 39, Becomes system of offer and acceptance

l war has raised the American shown with Mrs. White which: Is the foundation of free-
battle casualty rate. W. Germans About Pittsburgh, Penn. shortly Mother 20th Time enterprise."

In the first 4V4 months of U.S. Peace Corps after arrival at the Naples Airport WATERV1LLE, Maine (AP- II. B. (Boh) Foster ol/ I Fort
c: 1964, 324 American servicemenhave .Maurlcette Hamlin, 39, of Fair. Hyena Beach"I recognize that
become battle casualties H. ... ,_.. .. ..,_ all citizens entitled
AP Peace to
WASHINGTON ( ) ntal of the request at a meet- field, f Is a proud mother again- are equal
-32 killed, 292 wounded and Corps Director Sargent Shriver City Denies. month that for the 20th time.Mrs. protection under the law within
J Ing a ago, claiming SECOND IN COMMAND of the Pilots Association is
two missing. The rate has risen plans to leave next Thursday Hamlin gave birth to a our free enterprise system I x steadily, but If it remained tor a trip to advise West Germany (Continued from page 1) no hardship exists. Board of Vice-President Lawrence Schmidlapp of Cincinnati, daughter, her ninth, at a Water. not interpret this to mean that

what It Is beno the total for on setting up a similar should contribute to the pro- A previous Zoning asimilarvari- Ohio, shown with wife leaving their plane at the vllle hospital Tuesday night. any man should be given a rightat
1964 could expected to reach corps Appeals granted Both are reported doing fine. the expense of depriving an.
nearly 900. Shriver said after a meeting ject.Provision could be made In ance in 1958 Council split 3.3 Naples Airport "t tStages ; Mrs. Hamlin and her husband, other of some present right

Last year, total U.S. casual. Tuesday with President Johnson for at, Its last meeting on acceptIng : Robert, 41, also have 11 sons. which includes the right or a
ties numbered 503. The total that he would probably spend next year's budget paving the recommendation of thT Jilts Their oldest child Is 22.J 'property owner 'to the,inoe'ear.terl .
Ofor' IMT'was' '101, and in.19C1 three or four days In Bonn. The the street someone noted. current ZBA Sax; .> Allen... .. ., +rise of his own judgment
there were fewer than 10. trip had been arranged last De. Attorney William Nixon asked and the enjoyment of
f Councilman Carl JlofJmann, Candidate Raped13YearOld any prop.
Edward J. Allen, 64, was
i Since 1961, 131 Americans comber In talks between John. Wood if he would take Into con- who was absent last time and found dead yesterday near his Demos Put State erty held by him"
have been killed in action. son and West German Chancel. sideration ordinance against who for all In Girl Rep. Charles ilolley of Plnel.
appearances was home the outskirts of Immo- Near
of the American Erhard. with less than on Bankruptcy las Is
The majority lor Ludwig paving streets County "Integration a so.
casualties have been suf. Shriver said Germany plansto the minimum right-of-way. position to cast the tie-break NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP- kalee. Funeral arrangementsare clal and not a governmental
tered In helicopters or aircraft, haw corps of 1,500 to 2,000 "I certainly would take that ing vote, said "the situation The National States Rightsparty's being made through the Holley Charges question. The only problem in
which are especially vulnerableto within a year.Shriver Into consideration," the mana- would be clearer if we had a presidential nominee, Earl G. Hodges Funeral Home. SANFORD (AP)-Republican this area is maintaining law and
the Communists' growing who also heads Presl. Councilman Joel set of plans for the house the John Kasper, has been charged gubernatorial candidate Charles order and I would not hesitateto
arsenal of modern weapons. dent Johnson's antipoverty program ger replied. that the Gaits Intend to build" with contributing to the delinquency Holley said today "The Democrats do so. I can see no more Jus.
Most of the enemy's antlalr. was accompanied to the (Cuperberg suggested Goodloe McDowell's motionto of a 13year.old Negro RiddlebergerFuneral have a shocking record of tlflcatlon for disobedience of our
could be built with ,
craft weapons are American White House by Thomas Nichols street up strike the Item carried with- girl running the state to nearJiank. laws by race demonstrationsthan
made, and were captured In chairman of the executive committee lime rock and graded to per out dissent. Kasper was charged Tuesdayon services for Mrs. ruptcy during a period of pros by any other type of dom.
raids and ambushes on govern of the Olin Mathison mit beach access, but Hlxon a warrant signed by thegirl's Adeline Grace Virginia Rid perlty and now the voters are onstratlons. I cannot and I will
ment troops units. Chemical Corp. rose up and said, "On behalfof PUBLICITY EARNS DIET mother. dleberger, 56, who died yesterday being promised more of the not go along with the destruc.
He said Nichols will testify my clients, we will not stand MEMPHIS. Tenn CAP) Mrs Charles W, [)Pwl'tse, an em. morning In St. Francis same." tlon of the basic constitutionalright
ploye at here owned
Thursday In behalf of antlpov. for a deliberate evasion of the JE. Pills visited hc| family a garage Hospital In Miami will be heldat Addressing a women's Repub. of a man to do business
STANLEYHome erty legislation now before the ordinance" doctor: shortly after a picture of by attempt Kasper to, have was carnal charged know.with 2:30: o'clock tomorrow afternoon llcan club, Holley said Florida with and have In his home those
House Labor and Education Aqualane Shores area citizens her husband appeared in a Memphis ledge of the girl. In the chapel of the should "elect a Republican gov. chosen by him."
subcommittee Shriver said he ernor who will use the veto i
Products have said there Is Inadequate newspaper Police officers said the Richard A. Pittman Funeral
thought it especially significant "Saw husband's power to cut wasteful and
access to the beach In vour ; pu tuu charges grew out of an Incident Home with the Rev. Harry C.
that an Industrialist of Nichols' the doctor sand; a* their area, resulting In a traffic Saturday night at the parham, pastor of the First Jaycees Looking
Check On Our eminence supported the pro. "lien he n,.:Jv thit. 'Make garage. "A recession would cause a
Spring Special For gram. jam of sons along 18th him follow it," Kasper and Deweese denied Methodist Church of Naples officiating drastic cut in revenues from Ahead To Annual
CLEANING & Avenue west of First Street. Ik handid h-r -'dirt rhrt. the charges state sales taxes Income from
MOTHPROOFINGContact COLLECTORS' COINS Mayor Archie Turner said the Visitation will be held at Pitt- the tourist Industry Is subject to Honors AssembliesNaples

Cl .I VI-LAND (AP Continental Parks Board Is studying the man's until 9 o'clock tonight. the weather, the Cuban situationand
link hag begun selling proper way of developing 19th Friends who wish to do so may other factors beyond our Jaycees are prepare
HEDY HUNTER coins. of tolleclI>rs' value at aspiciat Avenue South so It can be of send memorials to the Naples control In recent years our ing for the annual Honors Day
MI 2-534) window in Its main some value, so Council's denial Community Hospital Inter revenues have been many times assemblies at Naples Junior
office.Additional of the petition does not seal ment will be In Naples Memorial greater than they have ever and Senior High Schools when
a been In our history Yet we will certificates of
the fate of 19th Avenue It was Gardens. they present
1y' t t ;:', 't;v :, ,. :, > :;:;;;,':,..:; ':' pointed Mrs. Riddleberger had livedIn have debt.;piled up a billion dollar recognition to all students receiving

out.STRICKEN Naples since 1956. She was straight "A" or who

Reductions for Earlier, Council struck from a native of West Virginia. She have made the honor roll dur
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the agenda the request by Mr, ?r F was an active member of the June Haschka ing the school year. These assemblies

FINAL CLOSEOUT and Mrs. George Galt for a First Methodist Church of Naples. : To Join Panel are usually held ::' 10-foot setback variance on the She was second vice- Jog the last week of school.

19th Avenue side of their Gor president of the Woman's Auxiliary For BroadcastMrs. The local Jaycee chapter has

BY MAY 1st don Drive corner lot. They of the Naples Community June Haschka, librarian carried on this program of recognition -
::: plan to build a house, but no Hospital. She was former edi- of the Collier County Free Public annually since 1959,

plans have been submitted to tor of The Shield, national publication Library, will Join the panel of the according to Henry Caballero,
.. the building department or ZonIng of Delta Sigma Epsilon Writers' Forum of the Air In board chairman of the project.
x" 1 Board of Appeals or Council Sorority, and was a member of Its weekly broadcast at 11:35 "The Scholastic Achieve

RACKS OF DRESSESGirls ZBA recommended de- the Naples Pan-Hellenic Council. o'clock Thursday night ment Recognition program Is a
She was also the managerof This being National Libraryweek project aimed at inspiring Junior
Thru Jr. Sizes ':: the Fairfield Manor apart the panel will discuss how and Senior high school stu-
M.n' ments of Dal Harbour. the library may be of serviceto dents to greater scholastic

Besides her husband, Alton writers, especially in matters heights through recognition of

PRICE Dress \. Rlddleberger, 505 Orchidir. of Others research.on the panel will In. those whose grades exceed levels -

& ., Naples, she Is survived by elude J.B. Wardell, Ed Fohl, and "generally considered aver
f, ALSO SPECIAL $5.00 DRESS RACK three sisters, Mrs William H. Charlotte Durno with Jackie age, Caballero said.
Casuals -ayre of Llnthlcum, Md.; Mrs. Hearth as panel moderator. "\o'e strongly believe that
Elizabeth Martin: and Miss the future of this nation rests
;;oanne Coleman of Jacksonville AIR FORCE on the shoulders of our educational -

Subteen and Junior ; and her father and stepmother SHOPPING BAGS system, and probablythe
DAYTON Ohio (AP) future of the world "he
and con
\'r. Mrs. C.H.
KNOTHOLE VIEWThrough I u lama,
wrtght-Patierson
Air Force Bate
1and PIECE SWIMSUITS tinued.
Sacramento, Calf, backyard fence, eu<-,one dogs ug" Koontz of Charleston, W.Va. has blUed considerable pub- "We sincerely hope the community -
yea scan all that I kept from him, by the wooden bawleraeeaaeeeereeaa licilv here.Through. and
school officials will
40 % OFF BRITAIN'S RICH an arrangement with
recognize our Interest In the
+eaa+rr I 0POPI I Briidin had the Chamber of Commerce and
oj; p.r.i''x III1, it i ""-e' of merel local' merchants, many Daytonarea school program to equip and
SALEin tl l .ir". inn nun I"'il"\-' \ i mvNOOtN( ( )) shoppers take their groceries. train our youth to live In a world
> FROM PRE-SUMMER ,. r.r" i 19l'1 1 .e: the Inland( hone in shopping bats bearing so complex that demands placed
DON'T FORGET THE BOYS! R," T i ',,n r,'p, ris. reproductions of Au force on human abilities exceed
H,., 6.99 our Browsing Room iln." t-at ill lh( ;"I+ ..t's wings and slogans and those faced by any other gene.
SUITS JACKETS SLACKS r!," "I., ,. lacts about the has t. ration.
Reduced for Clearance to Make

SLACK SETS 40% OFF Way for the NewA NAPLES MOST MODERN fore"The urge Naples the community Jaycees to there give

>" Pedro's Nice Selection of Gift Items From HAIR FASHION SALONThis the needed support, for the
We have sizes from Toddler to 12 schools cannot do the Job alone

20% to 50% offVIRGINIAN Permanent Week Special! students and more with Important, we need
an attitude of eagerness
OTHER ITEMS 20
% to 40e OFF I I
Shoes ., Wave Reg. $2300 $12.50 process. toward the learning

w *M M i MB M H 4
Ethel W. RiversAll Kw ik-Chek Try Mr,, Willi New Body Hair Cut Makes your let Jaycees"Through take the this lead program In offering the*

Shopping Center "at tho Cove"RAYTON i iu lUy better and keeps the frizz out of your permanent. Incentives to the Junior

Sales FinalAt Open Fi. I Til 9 and high school students of this
HAIR
Open Sat Til 7 -' COVE BIDG. Ml 2-3849 WILLS FASHIONS community to strive for academic

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of the SunI
Since the new water plant of the Isles of Capri I ishlng The" square dancers
jI will be host
Club
U In operation,the lawn sprinklers Lodge on sunday and had three r I shin Shuffler to several seta from
have been turned on dally nice snook when they came in, e-' Saturday)
if''': Tampa, who are coming to Na.:
long-deferred planting projectsare Miss Joanne Winchell spent plea to qualify for the Florida
coming to light again and the weekend In Miami with her try, Knothead Club. The dance will

all the swimming pools have grandparents Mr. and Mrs. e t* In the Shuffler Hall, Naples:
been filled. Sr. Her frjA 900 J.\ l I.;: I.\ltrl\:
There's a renewed Paul Wlnchell rand. Federal Saving Building,
Interest In yards and gardens mother brought her bad);: on Fifth Avenue, South It will be.
and the Isles should be Sunday and stayed overrent !fin at 8 p.m., and there will
prettier than ever this sum with the Wlnchells.Mr. likely be dancing until 2 a.m. Fi!>, ""a and boating activity has stepped up con

mer.The Robert Thomas and 'Ir, the The following visitors morning are graduate of liderably A 'h our spell of perfect weather. John Mark
bowling season Is Jake Calhoun of Hialeah !
over spent
a square dance class conducted and James Fenwick are now In Pittsburgh and soon w.II
for the Couples Teams and congratulations the weekend at the Isles of
Bill Muench who
go to the Marco Capri Fishing Lodge. They 111"111 Tampa call the bf dance be on the way back to their home in London, EnglandOn

Pass team for placing third. had a catch of trout redfUn Malting dancer ar* Invited to their last day here they confirmed their earlier sir\

Al Tatu won second-high aver- and one big drum. I pal tlrlpatl"" and spectator will pression that Naples is a wonderful place. Saturday the
age In the league and also the The biggest snook report T NI be, as always, welcome
boys went out for their first at deep
"go" fishing
On Ma 1 the Sunshine Shut. sea
high 3-game total. Rita Jurck ed out here this week weighed 4 )
handily walked off with high sin 14 pounds, 11 ounces and hers will move to their net club and had a thrilling time boating 37 kings. They and

gle game for the ladles. The was caught by Robert John I htuse In the Chlumsky Build. their parents Mr. and Mrs. John Fenwick, were the

bowlers made a fine showing and son of Naples. To tell the liK the, 930 new Central building Avenue just east Thisis of guests of Mr and Mrs Leon Hansen of the Bahama Club

deserve the honors they won. whole story, he caught only this the trail where the White El*. Mrs Fenwick and Mrs. Hansen are sisters
R.E. Lucado Jr. entertainedPaul one but then when It's almost a phant sale was held a few weeks
Castenlr Phillip Flnley 15 pounds, who careS The ago There I I. a pavrd park The greatest fishing I've ever known" says Mrs.
,Hank Watkins Gary Hamm and big snook are starting to come CLOSER RELATIONSHIP between the dent of the Friends of the Library Inc leg space In front of the build David Pabst of the five days Mr and Mrs. Pabst and

Tom Bell of Naples and Craig In now. Capt. Paul Wlnchell Collier County Public Schools and the Mrs June Haschka librarian of the tog where outdoor dames can beheld Mr and Mrs. S. D Koliopulos spent at Tortugas aboard
Jaworskl from the Isles tells It won't be before In hot weather, with con.
me long a
on Collier Free Public public library and J. D Roan admin "lady Louise. Second to the the
Saturday, the 4th. After a picnic the fishermen art releasIng County Library was ; venlent alternate floor in case only fishing was two-
style lunch at the Lucado anything under 15 pounds the theme of a luncheon held Tuesdaynoon istrative assistant to William D. Reynolds of rain. hour trip they had with Ranger Olson on the government

home the party moved to Coco 1 wonder If he meant that, attended by officials of the Col. county superintendent of Schools On Friday, April 24, the club glass bottom boat.
will have
a cleanup party at the"
nut Island where the boys went her County Schools, principals and librarians who was unable to attend the meeting new facilities featuring mops and The end of the week Mr. and Mrs. Pabst will !ear

of swimming.the Toward the end of the Naples schools, officials because of a previous commitmentIn brooms. This will be at 8 their Gordon Drive home for Oconomowoc, Wise,
afternoon Hank's father
o'clock In the
pulled up to Coconut In his Tfic) MOUSE of the Collier County Public Library photo below are librarians discus merits will be served evening Refresh TEN.DAY CRUISE

boat, picked Hank up and took and Friends of the library. This sing their common problems: Mrs On the following Sunday, at 8
him back to Naples. The rest j. 1hat ROARED was part of the National Library Week Thelma Heath, Shadowlawn School In the morning, the actual workof Also taking advantage of the fine weather are Mr,
of the party returned to the moving will begin. This in. and Mrs. Adolph Siuber. They are on their boat for a
Isles In Lucados' boat. observance In the picture above, from Mrs. Fay White, Lake Park; Mrs. Hasch volves taking apart the stage and 10-day cruise along the Florida east coast.

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert but not for Diets left, are Ben S. Parks, president of the ka, Public Library; Mrs. Martha Car. drapes the ventilating, and hauling fan, removing the After spending the weekend here with Mr and
everythlngtothe
Carter are spending a leave board of trustees of the Collier County Junior and
The many, Naples High; George new hall. Then will be the Mrs. William Joyce, Mr and Mrs. Douglas Bliss left Mon
their home Naples Players' next
at on Pago Pago Free Public Library; Gene Turner, presi- Bender, Naples Senior High work of putting It all back In
Drive. Lt. CoL Caner Is stationed play, "The Mouse That place day for Nassau. From Nassau they will go to Palm Beach

In Colorado Springs.Dr. Roared," playing on May 8th a -- ,mow, \ -:... ,_ This will be an all day a!. to visit Mr and Mrs, Hascal Bliss and then on to trieu

and Mrs. Don Brundage and 9th at the Naples Junior fair, and luncheon will be ser. homa in Flint Mich
of Buffalo arrived on Thurs High School (curtain time 8.15 ved to the workers It will
day for a two-week stay In the p.m.), Is based on a popular probably end with a dance. Fur. Mr and Mrs. Richard Treleaven' of River Forest, III..

Tatu duplex on Nassau Street. novel of the same title, pub 1'T ther information will be released with Candy and Carl, and Miss Dede Paulikas have just

Mr. and Mrs. George Moss, lished In 1955 from which a at the dances on the 18th and the come back from Nassau. They are spending several
also of Buffalo, are spendingtwo highly successful movie was 25th, and also at the Tuesday
weeks the
J evening workshops in 0 W Sommer's Caterbury Court apart.
weeks In the Tatu rental made In 1959.
home on Pelican Street. They Soon after the novel was pub ;I ment

have been In Ft. Lauderdalefor lished, the originality of Its : Miss Paulikas is executive secretary of the Hospital

most of the winter. fantastic plot about a mythical Movies FailingTo Planning Organization of Chicago. She is also a memberof
John Marlnl, Jr. hooked a miniature monarchy that wins a
Phi Gamma Nu and as its national president is a pretty
tarpon on Sunday and after removing crazy war against the United TV
one scale, he releasedIt. States, prompted the famous I. Squelch busy gal. The sorority 40th anniversary and national

This Is an example of fine theatrical figure,Howard Dietz, $" .. .," hj4/T4 3t Form AllianceHOLLYWOOD convention will be In Chicago early this summer.
sportsmanship. The tarpon was and a partner, to buy the stage : Mrs. W. M, Ashley is visiting her parents Mr and
estimated to weigh about 100 and film rights In order to J., .
(AP-A bit of Mrs Henry Hoffman It. and Mrs. Ashley, who have
pounds. Another Islander had turn the story Into a musical "' ,
one hooked for three Jumps, comedy. iIt; : history passed with cant noticeearlier been stationed at Rantoul, III., have been transferred to
this month.
and then the leader broke, so But Dietz, lyricist of such I The Association of Motion Pic. Valdosta, Ga.

that's the end of that story. musical comedy hits as lure Producer and the Alliance Miss Helen Stofer and Miss Hazel Wilbur are off

STILL BUSY "Jenny", "The Band" Wagon"and ;Jj of Television Film Producer this week for their home In Norwich, N Y where they
"Inside U.S.A., got side announced they were combining
The marinas are still do- tracked onto other projects and + J JI to form a new organizationcalled breed and show Morgan horses. Miss Stofer and Miss

Ing capacity business. Spend. let his option lapse In 1957. "l I the Association of Motion Wilbur plan to be back next January for their annual winter
the weekend the Isles
ing at His teeth-gnashing can be Picture and Television Pro. visit
of Capri Marina and Motel were when "The Mouse ducers.
.Mr.,,,and Mrs. Ed Harris of ThacRoared'Imagined became one of Learns Cost Of Not much was made of lie Mrs. George Post who has been at the Beach Club

Hlaleah, Mr. and Mrs. Harry the most popular movies of the Birth Certificate Urged newt, yet II represents an Important also plans to return next winter. Mrs. Post leaves the

Mager, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene 1959-60 season. He hasn'teven Toting HardwareCHESTER terns of transition the entertainment In the pat.Industry 21 st for Montrose, Pa During the summer she has several
Hausman all of Miami. Most
tried to count how much Pa. (APWon.. The wedding of movies short trips planned including New York City, Coopers-
of the weekend fishing -
was spent money he lost by not following derful Rawls told a magistrate and television Is now officially
and they all caught redfish, up his original hunch about"The Monday he was completely For Beginners In SchoolJACKSONVILLE sanctified with a marriage li. (Continued on page S)
sheepshead, snapper and trout. Mouse." peaceful last weekend when police tense
Felix Buckenroth, Sr.. who But even though the movie found on his person a cat.ofnlnataUs Who could ever have foreseen
has been at the Isles of The Stat i adequate If it contains all th e such ?
Capri delighted millions this did not a loaded starter a happening Certainly nut
Marina and Motel all winter, Christopher from pistol with steel silvers In the Board of Health today urged par, essential Information. Will Hays, the shrewd loonier
stop Sergei barrel knife ents who have children starting to Application must Include th e who wielded like
had some good catches of a and a homemade czar power
very making the stage adaptation In brass knuckle. school this fall to obtain certl.. full name of the child, the ful 11 over the film producers he hadn eM
redfish this week In
Johnson 1963 that Is now to be seen here fled copies of the birth certlfl.cate .. name of the father; full maids>
The kept unified
magistrate said not
"Carry. Perhaps even
Bay. The largest weighed 7 Advance ticket sales for of the the da BOOKSSONG
the Ing any of these things la Immediately name mother )r, his successor, Eric Johnston,
pounds.Mr. Naples production have been against the law. I want you to At the same time, Everett H. month, year, city and county c 3t who tried to maintain unity of
and Mrs. Perry from made available at the Deach know that and tell your Williams, Jr., director of the birth; whether the child 1* mal e a bedeviled Industry,
Hialeah were at the Isles of Store, the Gallery, House of friends" board's Bureau of Vital stalls. or female; and the child's raci'. Now both are dead and a new
Capri Fishing Lodge again last tics, cautioned that hospital birth The original birth certlflcat e
High Fidelity, Dunbar's Office 1 don't have any friends, era begins The upstart tele.
weekend. They made arrange Supplies the Naples Camera Wonderful said. certificates are not accepted by number should be Included If poaslble. '. vision has taken Its official place & STORY SHOP

ments to have the seawall put Shop, the Book Nook, the Gift "Well," said the magistrate, schools Official birth certlfl. a* partner of the movie
cafes are Issued by the Bureau U the child was born K ilK}*
In their lost business
on How "you just another. I'm fin.
property. and Yarn Bazaar and
the officeof
of Vital Statistics and some coun. ther state, the certificate mu.t 659 5th Ave. So. MI 2.2520
ever, this was not entirely a De Coll Tile. Ing you $300 and $9 coats
ty health departments. Williams be obtained from that state. .
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business trip. They made some also advised against waiting too A full photocopy or a wallet t.
time for fishing and caught long to obtain a birth certlflca. sized birth registration card er 10
some redfish flounder and tlon. He laid "Although we are cased In plastic may be obtained .
I, sheepshead. nMey processing about 500 birth certl. from the bureau. The typ d'Q-
Mr. and Mrs. John Watson J! fIc at Ions a day right now, we wanted should be specified
from Hialeah were fishing out r can give fast service. Later, fee of one dollar for each cop
during any last minute rush or card must accompany the arplication. It
by parents, service will be slow. .
Rachel Carson I .r, A child can miss an entire The board also suggested lh It
year of school unless a birth before starting the first grad" J
: certificate Is obtained In time" the child have all the basic Iroculatlons
Biologist Dies Application forms may be ob. against whoopln I.r
JiJ tanned from a county health de. cough, polio, smallpox, dip .
I Of CarcinomaSILVER / partment but a letter will be therla and tetanus (lockjaw), NOTICEEnd


i ; SPRING; Md. (AP)
Death by cancer has al. Season
Of
lenced Rachel Carson whose -
book "Silent Spring" createdln. .
e \:
ternatlonal controversy with Its ,
charge that man was poisoning
the earth and himself by his ef. .s & 1./ SALECONTINUES :
forts to control nature with
chemicals. ENGAGED PAIR Announcement of the engagementof I

Mill Carson, 56, a biologistwho their daughter, Miss Pauline Green, right, to Clyde

thor became In 1951 a with best selling"The Sea au. Grey of Immokalee, has been made by Mr. and Mrs.A. :

Around Us," died Tuesday aft. B. Green of Crawfordville Grey, the son of Mrs

moon at her home. She Mary Grey of
Copeland, is maintenance man at the
learned five years ago, ap.
parently while working on "Si. Bank of Everglades. Exact date for the wedding has

lent Spring," that she had can. not yet been set but it Is expected to take plats in
Now's chanceto
cer. the near future. The couple will make their home In your
Her book helped Inspire a Immokalee
Whit. House report last May find your best :

calling for stronger fedt'rallaw.
on pesticides and new steps to buy of the year :
regulate their control.

The book warned of the dan. Pampered -among our beau
gars of tampering with the bal.

once of nature and argued for ,... -- tiful fashions at A.M. I
biological controls rather than Thursday
massive and Indiscriminate use Starts \
of chemicals, such as pesticide Poodles 1 CLEARANCEprices

and weed killers. "rr\;

Miss Carson first became con. iJtt! ;
cerned with chemical weod.and '

insect killers while working asa ; je ? ilY
,
biologist with the U.S. Fish ,- .,._'H't I u.lIN u. ,
At .
arid Wildlife Service :
\
After learning: of tier death, I;, ? A 'k
Cecretarv of the Interior Stew. (

jrt 1.. Will heaped praii or I.SIIS
Miss Carson in a statement He CK ,, Soil" NI
TAlr/ Sir '
1 ,
slid she "'Ii as the kind of worn. 1.lh; l't/M / Earlti" .:;:..-- '
M who makes men proud, a 7JiI -' -
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f WEDNESDAY APRIL 15, 1964 don't be against me," cried an.
NEW YORK (AP)_Sidewalk dent man-wid knocked) three
comments of a Pavement Platen time on a tree to placate the
Do you knock on wood three spirit he felt dwelt therein.
Imitation Is Sincerest Form Of Flattery times to avoid bad luck? Today we till knock on wood
Do you carry a silver dollar three times at moments of pos.
or some other object In your slble peril, and wt do It mock.
pocket to bring good luck? Ingly a* if we were joking. But
Reproduced below, in its entirety, is which have made our growth and progress 2 U your answer In both casesIs the main thing Is-we Mill do it.
no then aren't a believerIn Childhood chants are full of
,
you
an editorial from The Venice Gondolier so outstanding. .
the two most common Amen.can superstition. Can't you recall
which certainly can be construed as Editor Ball recognizes several of these superstitions. But that by skipping along the pavement asa

complimentary to our community. measures, but has overlooked one very no means Is proof you aren't youngster and saying "Step on

Editor Ed Ball of The Gondolier con Important one the generosity of a 3 I II superstitious.Many people go through life a crack,. and back"break? And your when grind.mother' you.

7tacted this writer about a month ago concerning number of our wealthier citizens. They without becoming religious, at did step on a crack, weren't you
the possibility of having someone contributed generously to the "Naples \ least to the extent of adhering to half afraid that you have
hardly any brought bodily disaster to that
a formal creed, but
from Naples meet with a group of Venice Plan" that sparked the first push for of us escape becoming devotees, dear old lady?

citizens to explain what that community progress in the community. Without their consciously or unconsciously: of As we grow older many of us

'could do to bring about the growth and help, many of our improvements wouldnot some of that the thousands exist in the of world.superstitions our make own up out fresh of the superstitions rituals of living of.

'progress being enjoyed by Naples. have been possible. Among them Since the universe is large we acquire along the way.
I We made several suggestions and are the hospital, the fishing pier, Cam- and man is small, he has sought I know of one man who Is sure
since the dawn of his time to everything will go wrong thereat
were under the Impression that such a bier Park, Lowdermilk Park, etc. A few ';' f find some way of being less un of the day if he nick his

meeting was arranged. However, something developments such as The Moorings, .i < : easy and feeling more comfortable face while shaving. 1 know an.
and in that universe. other who has similar premonitions .
apparently went amiss, for the Aqualane Shores and Port Royal also secure
Superstition was his first an. of bad luck If he turns off
,next thing we knew a group of Venetians helped make Naples'a most attractive rwer-the taking of some step the alarm clock with his left
were coming here for a private meeting place to visit or establish residence. that would either Ret the dark rather than his right hand.
forces of destiny on his side, or Mm may someday take the
with officials and several leading There are _numerous other reasons
city
at least keep their anger from superstition out of science; set.enca .
ibusinessmen and civic leaders. why this area has enjoyed such phenomenal .'. destroying him. will probably .never quite
.
,
i As luck would have it, the press of progress, but Editor Ball has ( "If you can't be for mfl,please tako the superstition out of man.

,business prevented our attendance. listed most of them. I atss//J1/ s

,the meeting. A member of the News Venice Isn't the only community that '
1 1fi
'''staff went to the meeting place, but would like to follow In the footsteps of To WashingtonBy
p"ple
j|,Editor Ball asked that the session not be Naples and Collier County. That this is tf' I I .
,publicized! and we were glad to comply. so recalls the old adage that "imitation is : l :M ... t >'*?*.:;?*.*jf* ..vi- f.jVw/-' *' By flea tn the

: However, from the editorial repro- the sincerest form of flattery." ?, : \ ; ';::. .. .>::i1.1Itrs.:: ;:: .: r % i.ASSOCIATED 1 t neW$
iduced below it is obvious that the visitors But just because we are ahead of ,".t> .:. PRESSWASHINGTON

were impressed with our community and many other Florida communities does not

I will make efforts emulate tha measures mean we should rest on the oars. LETTERS (AP) In the By THE ASSOCIATED:: PRESS
m The World Today new from Washington: TOKYO (AP)-U.S. Ambassador .
TO THE PROCLAMATIONS: President Edwin O. Relschauer left
By JAMES MARLOWE Johnson has proclaimed May 1 with his wife today for Hono.
II [:; Attociatcd Press News Analyst as "Loyalty Day" and urged all lulu to convalesce from the

III A Tale W Two Cities ) citizens their loyalty to Join to In the reaffirming United knife anted wound Japanese a mentally youth gave iinbal.him

WASHINGTON (AP-In 195C. j ported Truman and explained tates.In March 24.
f IIId the be PAROLE REFORM Secretary of State Dean Ache the decision In a talk at the Na. another proclamation Tuesday \. f_
Florida's Venice Naples are and the like. It might wall to not Uonal Press Club.Repeating .
son talked on the American da he set Sept 17 as "CItI en- LOS ANCELLS: :>> (AP)- Greg
s radial center of thriving areas with much the people theirtalvas voted the latter, Editor, Collier County News: tense line In the Pacific and gd what MacArthurhad ship Day" and the following ory (Pappy) Boyington, World
;, in common. to be paid for out of their OWl pockets I am now organizing the Com denounced for year afterwards. said 10 months before, week as "Constitution Week' War II Marine Corps air ace,
They are the brightest Jewels In a neck. through twee.Construction. mlttee for Parole Reform in Republicans made him a punch. Acheson line put In the the Pacific American off the defense GROWTH: The Census Bureau has agreed to pay $1,000 to set.
Florida. that the Washington
Ing bag. reports ale the claim of his estrangedwife
lace of sparkling beauty spots strung figures for Yerfica a/a not If any of your readers are It was one of the twists of history Asian coast and In the string of area was the nation's fastest Dolores, for temporary all.
around the lower watt COld Interested in helping, I wouldbe Islands from the Aleutians to the dun,
gracefully readily available, but they would add vp or politics that Gen. growing metropolitan area mony.
glad to hear from them. My Douglas MacArthur 10 month Philippines. Ha, too, omitted ing the early 1960s.
of this fabulous Sunshine State.
to fraction of the above
only a Formosa.He .
address Is 3627 Burlington Ave.
before drew exactly the same Figures released on Tuesday
JAKARTA
They share the distinction of being the The Naples Chamber of Commerce, nue, North St. Petersburg, Fla. defense line but this went un. then went further than showed an 8 per cent Increase'correspondent (AP Robert) K.Foreign Me.

only two Watt Coast communities directly which works closely with" she city The public, and especially families mentioned by Acheson's critics MacArthur and sought to answer in the population of the area,,: Cabe of Newsweek, who was
govern.ment and friends of men and women and defenders. the natural question raised which Includes the District ol
on tt... Gulf of Meiico. Jailed for 28 hours on charges
receives $15,000 a 'year from Collier serving sentences anywhereIn by his statement What about ,
Among the critics were Sens, Columbia and suburban Mary of subversion this week left Ja.
Each (is endowed with an exhilarating County, $1,000 from the city govern the state, have a vital stakeIn Joseph McCarthy and Robert A. protecting other areas In the land and Virginia counties. karta today for his ,base In
climate, caretsing gulf brtexai: and surroundings ment. this program Taft and Gen. Dwight D. El sen- Pacific and Asia from attack. Two California areas placed Hong Kong.McCabe ,
of unsurpassed beauty all\ of Wa can, with public support, hower. Even when MacArthurdied Acheson said: "It must be second and third-Los Angeles was arrested In.
by
The Venice Area Chamber of Com- Interest the legislature and of. clear that no person can guar.sntea .
April 5, what he said In 1941 Long Beach, with a growth ol doneslan military police after
which combine to beckon t.mptingly to mere. receives $6,000 from Sarasota flclals In enacting a humane and must have been long-forgotten these areas against mil. 5.2 per cent; and San Francisco., writing an advisory to his edl.
.. in search of the good and leisurely fair parole and probation sys This itary attack. But it must be
County$3,000, from the City of Venice.And tem. writer found no mention ol clear that such a guarantee Is Oakland, 4.4 per cent. tors saying there might be wide.
it.
CIGARETTES The Federal
life. the Naples! chamber, run by pros A' It If long overdue. This was the background. Li hardly sensible or necessary Tf ade, Commission: has granted: spread violence In Jakarta onthe
Each Is a municipal Wand of some *,000 like 'Its'city government, Is on tha belL 'Mrs. Eleaaor W. Hooper 1949, the Chinese Communisti within the realm of practical! 'Fe-' a on..month..nten; to 'May spoke day at a rally President for anti-Malay..Sukarno

population, surrounded by satellites with An example one of many which" couldb St. Petersburg, Fla. were smashing Chiang Kai. Utionshlpt." 15 for filing of Information or sla volunteers last Monday.
combined area populations in the neighborhood ; shek's Nationalist on the China If such an attack did occur, arguments on its proposal that "-
of 50,000' each. cited: : '" ,i," "..;''; f'v" ,. f% mainland. Formosa, an Island ha said, "tha initial reliance cigarette packages and adver. LOS ANGELES (AP)-Singer
Lad Tuesday a bus carrying the 40 100 miles off the coast, belonged must be on the people attacked Using carry warnings that cigarette .Pearl Bailey has sued the Flamingo .
Each has It* advantage Venice with" beauties who will b* hostesses at Florida's to China. to resist it and then upon the smoking Is a health I Hotel for $150,000, claim
the greater ones In the matter of aeceui-' Worlds Fair Exhibit passed unnoticed On March 1, 1949, MacArthurIn commitments' the entire civ. hazard. ing she cut her foot while work.
STRICTLY FRESHNo
beach an Interview with an Eng IlIzed world under the charter of DE VALERA: Irish President: Ing at the Las Vegas establish.
bility and a mile of city-owned through' VnK llsh newspaperman, Ward Price the United Nations which so far Eamon De Valera plans to visit: ment last March 3.
which, when and if properly developed, At Naples they were mat outside town matter how bad a haircut -dIscussed the American de. has not proved a weak reed to the United States for three days
could rival the Rivier b. chamber! and city officials and a one gets, it will cure tense perimeter In the Pacific. lean on by any people who are starting May 27, HOLLYWOOD (AP)- Corned.
Retirees good solid citizens all\ itself within! days. The interview was published In determined to protect their In. White House press secretary Ian Milton Berle, 55, Is In Cedars .
motorcycle escort The young ladies ware the New York Times March 3. dependence against outside ag. George Reedy told newsmen on I of Lebanon at
Hospital
mate up more than 50 per cant of their given' VIP treatment, along with a sale Men never tell their wives MacArthur said the Anglo ax. gresslon." Tuesday that the Irish leader. Hollywood for possible treat.
''I t I population. A great majority of their peo- pitch on the virtues of Naples, They leftmarvelling secrets some think they on "line of defense runs through While Acheson didn't commit had accepted President John.son's ,'ment of a stomach ailment.A .
chain of Islands the United States to the defense invitation
and the fringing the announced last hospital said
site do however. spokesman
from somewhere
,
pie came at their royal reception, of attacked in Asia
say coast of Asia. He listed them, any country Saturday. Berle' ailment was not serious.Remarks ,
I more ere on the way. ing it was by far the finest they'd had. from the Aleutians to the Phil he didn't say the United States ,,,,, ,. .
( In substance, Naples and Venice have Naturally they'll have something nice to C l tpplnes, through Japan. He left wouldn't try to defend it. He """ ."-J' m"':< ""C"'N> h:", :bt. .M i"':.; ..,
out Formosa.In left the door open for an Amer. _
pretty much the same physical a+trac.i say about Naples at the fair s December 1949, Chiang and lean decision later.A .
.O
i! tiont, the same kind of people and the Archie Turner, the Mayor of Naples, S what was left of his army fled would-be attacker could
1 same benign weather. is the gift of Venice to her slater city to Formosa. 'But by then the construe U either way. But the
United States had given on United States had just gone e
up
From here their diuimilarities outnumber tW
on to the south Turner, a big bronzed man him and on Jan. S, 1950, President 'through tan experience with
I their similarities. with.. buthy eyebrows, crinkly eyes and Harry S. Truman called In Chiang whose government and

Naples is booming because of Itself; bubbling l homespun philosophy, Is the son newsmen to make a statement. forces had frittered away Amer. -
said lean help.
He the United States
1, Venice in spite of itself of a family which homtaadad an Islandat The life of the party would take no* action to defend On June 25, 1930, the North '_._ .
<=' -- "' ''' ''''' .
W.
Naples Is far-sighted with I whore Venice Inlet flows. is until he leaves. Korean Communists attacked 11 :),:.t.-- :! '
a city a point now never Chiang and his forces on For >-"''''' --- #' ''' $
.
PLAN. Venice h.10 plan; soon it will The mayor's main ambitions In life are mosa; that it was a Chinese south Korea. Truman acted at A LOCAL YOKEL REPORTSBy
A raise in enables This once He sent American forcesto
adminis.tration :
pay a problem. was an
Iota its highly competent planner who was to snare snook end to preach he gospel! man to live the way he's been policy decision the defense of Korea, under
j/1 thwarted In his efforts to plan. of Naples which ha does with .vengelittiotaal luing. On Jan. 12, 11150, Acheson supOGALA MacArthur. The United Nations + golly he may be right

I, Naples has an up-to-dete city manager at every chanc '' quickly joined In. And Truman dept : A Tallahassee correspondent -
;defended Formosa from Red
form of government, looking ahead to and Arch! Turner, who .ha* watched Van- \ :j\Chinese attack. says more than seven out of

preparing for a future unlimited. Every fee's political fudin' from a distance for CE.L.O'EA.'ARTOA. Seven days after the attack 10 Floridians have not yet deci-

I move it makes In the way of public works many years,' has this to say t ''ill started McCarthy denounced ded who they will vote for in thegovernorts
world"
Acheson for "telling the
and building is bated on projected requirements "If they'd combine all tile energy they ENATES REINS before the war began that the race and five out of

20 years hence wait fighting among themselves and use ACROSS 26. Stuffs A5H.'ADISTS. United States would not Inter 10 don't even know who's running.

Venice is belabored by a divided may it instead for the good of Venice, whata 1. Dungarees 27. Tatters .TEN.RA5. ON vena. *
council government which on occasion what of a town they'd have." material 28. Misplace 51 L.OS.'I G.L.OAT.AIO.SOL.ID On August 7, Taft said "we
6. lee man 29. Invited the attack" because "
seems to be looking no further than itt This summation Is as simple and uncomplicated 10. Subside 30. Joist tmmtl Achaston "announced last win. + Personal to 73 A Taxpayer"who
next meeting. Petty personalities and politics as tile Naples Plan which 11., Palm 31. Look PUA NAB DID ter that we would not defend sent in the unsigned letterto

appear to obttew tome father that cam into being in 1948 and put Naples cockatoo askance TRACtfED GAR Korea and Formosa." the editor warning that Naplesis
EGE.DEPUTEPONERA.AIL.EO
51 1952
13. Ladles 32. Bright And during the presidential
designs for prograt on Its way" In short, it amounts to three U. Woolly 3S.Jaeger gull campaign-MacArthur was going to hell in a basket : See

There are some who say a city manager words: COOPERATION, CORDINAT1ON, 16. By birth 37. Of the palm ANAc> EM.DEED5 keynote speaker at the Republl. editorial on this page. If Naplesis
form of government can't be sold PLANNING. 17. "Icllm of of the bind can convention which nominated going to the dogs a large
frallclde 39. Rung of a51:LUTION 0* YISTIIOAY'S PUZZll Eisenhower they also denounced
number of communities
t In Venice.If Instilling in its citizens an awareness of 19. This minute ladder Acheson along the in the state
I these Individuals era really serious their city and their! government Is one of 20 Wind. 40. OblU<
: about It, here's a tip: It takes |ust 25 the main achievements of th* Naples drl"acloud 41. Clve forth 8. Hank of same sled.

names on a peion! to forca creation ol Plan Council meetings are well attendedand 21.penalty Money 42. Be I.areol 4.S. CltUen.Title : 9 twine New This does not mean or imply

a charter revision committee when there's a controversial issue 22. Rev.I erber. DOWN suffix Hampshire that our community has it made in

Such a committee would proper. a there's lively d'ttcvu'ion. ales: 1. Early 5. Threaten state BE A 'FRIEND'TO the shade 73 Taxpayer, but we

referendum to be submitted to the ..Iec.i If you drop In on on* of th* Venice 2'. Irrigate morning 6. Bundled 12.amend Made YOUR LIBRARY have more going FOR us than we

i forte If the referendum received a favorable council's Tuesday night senior you likelyas ,, 11S. Pitchers have going AGAINST us.
vote, .... matter then would be not will find yourself Ion spectator. L 4 S / 10 7 a 7 2I. 18 Public You're looking for Utopia,

presented to the next session of the stata Once the Naples council debates thingsout II IIIJ 20.vehicle Few oN'T USE A FLAME/ man I And they don't hardly make

legislature for action and comes to a decision, that decision ,# Sa 21 Till the none of them anymore.
A much simpler course would be the If transmitted to the city manager for land FOR A FLASHLIGHT/ 4n. *

one followed by the City of Fort Myers. execution, without hindrance or dictation ;/ 1 ,8 H 23 22: Withered Brilliancy I

There the city officials avoided the necessity from above % /". 1aF1 l' old women /-.r4 +Campaigning candidates will
of going to the legislature by appointing Venice can accomplish T everything ;ij 24. Spear. undoubtedly agree with the late
administrative assistant to the l' le / lS shaped Will Rogers who said "Politicshas
with
;
an Naples has, and then some, aggresssir. 25 Piers
mayor to perform the same duties as awty ., imaginative and forward-looking :. /,17, 27 Diocese ra. got so expensive it takes

manager. leadership. And maybe with a tail-twister 10 J1 / -, center J4 lots of money to even get beat. "
29.C.p
Before a recital of statistics become or two such as Archie Turner. 31,. Ashes *

boring, it might be well to offer these Venice Is the best place to llv. on the. J ,// JI // JJ i) JI brother + Why can't all life's prob-

additional ones: lower West Coast. It could b* a better >> 3JJ ; -, V n- 33.32. Co Wolfhound lems come along when you're 17

Naples presently has $11 million In place Vith a plan and with.. city hall brass 34. Maple by or .I I 'W riQp and know everything instead

private construction under way. In addition concerning. itself more with the Job at ;; 4.' larch 1ki o7 aMarxer.ae'cwataeeaeuwwr.v of later in life when you've

there are $4 million worth of public hand! and lass about who b poaching upon /' 41 f J6 body's Every uncle R.MM Anent rgMWMIG cxoutt a AT rrnra AQf cue found out you don't know from

works such as sewers. storm sewers, streets whoM perogatives. far tint, 23 "'II\. .I M' _"..,,,,(. 38. Seaweed nothing?
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Spacecraft Gets Wednwda Vpnl 15, 1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5 f

THE NAPLES Valuable Data miles an II' and rammed It sign of future craft bound fbi
through tl'o ',,.ct, harrier of the roundtrlps to the planets.
For Moon TripCAPE atmoepher A great shock wave built up 1
Notebook KENNEDY (AP) A. The 11'" "+ ill slightly higher in front of the reentering fire
spacecraft named Fire blazed than that t 'polio craft u to payload and temperature of
rr back through the atmosphere attain In t turi trig three astronauts gases within the wave reached
faster than any previous space fro. .lIe Moon late In this an estimated 20,000 degrees. An
OI (Continued from paca J) payload Tuesday night and decade It I" was more than observer at the south Atlanta
r radioed a wealth of Information 7,000 mil, y 1 hour taster than tracing station on Ascension Island
m which could make manned trips the velo I It: n'"rded by any described the plunging
town, N: Y., East Hampton l. I I., Saddle River, N. J and to the Moon safer. previous ,.i terlne apace ve.hlcle spacecraft as a ball of fire.
Montclair, N. J. The spacecraft, looking like a An official of Republic AvU.
compact model of the Apollo As the 'II' pound payload lion, which built the spacecraft,
Recent first time visitors who plan to be back !as Moonship, rode an Atlas missile made th,' meteoric dive. It reported the 20,000.degree heat
soon as possible are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beich and their more than 500 miles Into space. radioed II" ''wands of bits of In. could be converted to enough
back toward formation (1\\ the Inferno that energy to lift the Empire State'
As It plummeted
daughter Lea. Mr. of the
Mary Beich is president Belch ny
"
1 earth over the south Atlantic seared its "IWlt heat shlelll, The Building 25 feet
Candy Company in Bloomington, III. Y.iay, ,_y ," Ocean, a 10 foot .Ions rocket data will "s used to verify that Sunspots have been ".r\cd
Mr and Mrs. Harold Harris of Lenox, Mass.. have fire like a hypervelocity space the pro p'r neat protection ma. and described since the ru ym
been cannon to Increase payload terlals hIbeen selected for Chinese thought they saw "fli:
visiting Mrs. Hubert Toppin. Today they and Mrs. speed from about 1 15,000to25,166 Apollo and *ilj Contribute to de. birds" in the sun
Toppin leave for a leisurely two-week motor trip north.
Mrs. Toppin will spend the summer in Essex, Conn ': ').I--.Io" _-- -_--- -- II i

Among those who have already traded Naples' 9 THREE BIG DAYS; '
spring for doubtful northern weather is Mrs. P. Mackay

Sturges. She is at her apartment in New York. ... I ...-.. Ir.wo -_. ... _._....-. THURS. FRI. SAT.

OFF FOR NUTMEG STATE THE FAMILIAR STORY heard often by center. At left i- Les Whitaker of Carib. APRIL 16.17.18

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Smith Jr. have left the Neapolitans, "We visited Naples last bean Realty, handing the Bransons a
Surfside Club and will spend the next several months at year and fell in love with it," appearsto deed to a lot he sold them at Big 766 Fifth Avenue), South Naples, FIs.

their, home in Greenwich, Conn. have headed a large delegation of Cypress Golf and Country Club

Mr and Mrs. R. D. Kerckhoff and Kathy, Gordon Canadians this way. Heading the dele Howard Carris sales manager at Big PORTRAITSby

Drive, are now in St. Louis completing plans for Kathy's gation are Mr. and Mrs. W. D. "Bill" Cypress looks on at right. See story .

wedding this summer to Dale Chlumsky. Dale is the son Branson- of- Toronto.- Canada. shown (NEWS- photo) VANCE BELL

of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Chlumsky of Gordon Drive. Canadians 'Love' If Here NATIONALLY-FAMOUS PHOTOGRAPHER

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxson who have an apartmentat

the Sand Castle and make several trips a year to Your Choice

Naples, left today for their home in Hills and Dales, They Came For A Visit
Canton, Ohio. Mr. Maxson will return in June end again 8x10 or 11x14 $1

in November for fishing. Then about the first of Feb

ruary he and Mrs. Maxson come for two or three months.Mr. Now They Want To Stav BUSTVIGNETTE
and Mrs. Eugene McAdams left Saturday for

their home in Mount Carroll, III. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond .
We will limit pictures to one ((1) to a
Long who have purchased the McAdams' home on Rum Mr. and Mrs W. D. "Bill" Both avid golfers, one of the Wilson became the fiancee of the family. We will photograph additional
Branson of Toronto, Canada,vis. first moves was to buy a lot Junior Branson.
Row from the Surfside Club this week. The children bring the
are moving on approval or entire
Isted at
Naples for the first time Big Cypress Golf and Coun. Other visitors Included Mr.and No
Longs plan to be here until June and then go to Akron, last year, and as Mrs. Branson try Club The Bransons are memo Mrs. Russell Thompson, of Tor. family and have a group portrait.Appointment .
Ohio. put It, "We fell In love with Na. bers Of the st. George Golf and onto, and Mr. and Mrs. David $2.00 extra for each additional person.
pies." Country Club In Islington, On. Watkinson of University Park, I Parents must select proofs.
This week Mr and Mrs. James Lukens are entertaining This year they were back for tario., Pa. Mrs Thompson and Mrs. Necessary
Mr. Luken's aunt, Miss Laura Willie, Miss Marguerite an extended stay,accompanied 'It Is Just a matter of a very Watkinson are daughters of the
Carter Mr. and Mrs James Porter,also few years, and we will become Bransons. Three grandchildren STUDIO HOURS 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
and Mrs. Helen Saunders all of whom live near
Neapolltan
of Toronto. The Bransons' love ,"sald Mrs.Branson. were visitors also
Tallahassee. Also with the Lukens is Miss Lenore Wentzof for Naples did not lessen The Bransons made other In.
,
Wallingford, Pa. vestments In Naples during their
stay this winter.
Around the first of May Mr and Mrs. Lukens will Richard Clemmer Branson heads a fruit company

close their home and go to Wallingford, Pa. for the sum Returning From In ing Toronto and distributing Importing fresh, export.fruits THIS IS ONE OF NAPLES'PROMINENT

mer. Antarctic Duty and vegetables. During World
Mr and Mrs. William N. Allyn have closed their
War II when rubber supply was
USE HISSEM (FHTNC), Richard
home on I 10th Ave., South, and have left by plane for J. Clemmer, radarman critical he was responsible for MOST
bringing out 3UOO tons of crude
their home: in Skaneateles, N. Y Mr Allyn was taken seaman, USN, son of Mr. and rubber from Nicaragua for the
by ambulance plane of the-Naples Airlines, accompaniedby Mrs. Carl A. Clemmer of 525 Rubber Reserve Office, Wash.
Yucca Rd., Naples, is serving
his son and a nurse. Mrs. Allyn and her daughter-in- aboard the radar picket destroyer Ington, D. C., a single major ESTATES
contribution to the war effort.
law USS Hissem, operating out
flew via Miami.
This gained him the title of"Hon.
of Newport, R. L
Consul for Nicaragua" in 1943,
I- :RADIO;; Hissem Is returning from duty a position he holds.In .
.. In Antarctica as support ship for addition to the Porters who
Operation Deepfreeze, the all-
by: CYNTHIA LOWRYAP -winter months, but skids to four services support of the scientific have been with the Bransons In
Televlslon-Radlo Writer and a quarter hours a day dur. ;program at the South Pole. She Naples this winter, family members I
NEW YORK (AP)-Television (115( the summer. ;These figuresinttdentally'h4V&'thanged 'will.have !been deployed for more have. also enjoyed Napleson.tbeGulf.
keep getting Its lumps from the very i when she .
tIuuI'l.nlnt.I111tbl' / *
: re
cfltks'ftttd'? Intellectuals, 'tut Ifttle 'durDff'\ 'the'' past' eight i turns. A highlight of the stay In Naples
more people seem to be watch. years. Operation Deepfreeze supportsthe was a visit by son Bill Branson,
Ing more television on more From now on, "The Beverly i United States Antarctic Re. Jr., a student at Ohio State Unl. A4 w red
sets than ever. Hillbillies" can call Itself 'the ,search Program which Is under verslty, and his girl friend,Rose
That, at least, is the finding award-winning series." The I|the auspices of the National Scientific Marie Wilson. During the seasonan
of Nielsen researchers. The country-style program, at once I I Foundation. Deepfreeze engagement party was held
company estimates that some the nation's most popular and i units Include U. S, Naval Sup. for the young couple, and Miss
!51,300,000 American homes In most maligned by critics, has I i port Force, Antarctica, the U.S. ----
the United States, not been CANCER TALKSA .'.
counting voted the "best comedy Alaska and Hawaii, are lelevl. series" by the million-member sonnet, of the Military Air Trans 15. minute "Talk;;: on Zt
slon-equlpped per cent of all American Legion Auxiliary ,port, Service and personnel Cancer" program wl11'be Ai
households, and a slight In. which gave It a "Golden Mike" assigned by the Army, Marine'''presented all this month,Monday r ,ryf
crease over 1962. The annual membership poll Corps and the Royal New Zealand through Friday at 1:30 to IMS +! t 4
Set ownership Is heaviest OS also named "Perry Mason" the ;Navy. p.m., on the local radio station.
per cent or more homes have best adventure series.Recommended Hissem, during her return
them In the Northeastern tonight "Ben voyage from Antarctica, calledat
United states It is lrhtest7 Casey," ABC, 9.10 EST-Lew several ports in Australia i.
per cent-4n the South. Ayres, the original Dr, Klldare I before leaving the Southern Pact tiM
The Nielsen company estl. when It was a movie series, tic; She will stop Singapore and y. /
mates that the average televl. turns up as a businessman pRo ]Bombaythen continue through.the .. r
sion set is In use six hours anda tlent of TV'i ..
glowering neuro. i Suez Canal to the Mediterraneanand I ,ae.y,, d
quarter dally during mid. surgeon i on to the United States. e pa

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1 II This extraordinary property is located one block south of the Naples Beach


i I i Club Hotel. Fronting on the beach, it covers a full city block with meticulouslykept

I 1 grounds abundant with Coconut and Sabal Palms Ficus and Banyan
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1 large bedrooms, two full baths, oversize living style with living-bedroom combination,
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS I room with a handsome stone fireplace, cornbath, screened porch.

1 fortable Florida room, utility room, a 376 sq. ft.
open terrace overlooking grounds and lake -

and the beach beyond. Complete kitchen

1 equipped with built-in GE stove, oven, dishGROUNDS: 340 ft. frontage extending 400 ft.

washer, disposal unit, automatic laundry etc. from First Street to the Gulf of Mexico. Com

April 16th The house is frame with natural Tank Cypress, pletely landscaped with lush natural trees, palms,
Thursday I Interior is treated with vertical Antique Cypress shrubs and lawn. Lovely fresh water lake, two

1 paneling and has Oak flooring throughout. As.separate deep wells and sprinkler systems (north
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1 ai 1 kitchen and dinette, combination, screened front sold as two separate estates: ((1)I) 170 ft. frontage .
M a ORE :
f. I porch and a 259 sq ft. open terrace overlooking 400' depth with Main House and Studio

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; 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS _Wednesday, April 15, 196)MiMaiaiiuiBjuJi )I mer work In provlnretown last In addition to the numerous small nation ol the Morlda the meeting when he salt!:
Saturday. Captain Mark Bellus aircraft, several twin Business Market Commission. .
engine and Seeking HolUn are growing at the rate .J
: f T'wrrnrm MMMM feYrA piloted the ship on an air.am. a four engine prop.jet were park. Dr. Paul Douglass, a pro"' new city the size of t ate
Air rl. : 4 bulance trip via Syracuse, New ed over the weekend and gave the College political science' de- every six months-just h"1))I,
/ : York, and then on to the Cape. local field the appearance of a sor, proposed the -ruthless coming Into Florida
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trip up was super market parking lot on bar. Labor Materials Prof SaysORLANDO le\
11 and half hours,, with good weather gain A den, hydraJieaded multi-storied "I
? a day. solution In the form ment of ours is wondertuiIt -, .I
Notes/ EE EEl prevailing along the entire of additional taxiways with park. unproductlvj State Development is also a klngtlze head.i. i ".
route The next ship to go will Ing areas adjoining them Is under (AP) A Not n i industr seeking a permanent Commission and the substitution
", :.j :-. be the 182 Cessna which will be way, and construction should be Dame professor told Florida Industrial .. location, he told a one-day industry therefor of a potent "Instrumen. WALKIETALKIESAVES
Naples departing Naples around the 27th started ihortl. development leaden i I development conference talitj which can fight the battles DAY
Traffic on the regular nights will be con. <"! this month that market, labor and raw ma,, Monday. He said they will 10. of Florida and its communitiesagainst
r. &11y began Its downhill trend tlnulng the three regular nights ORr 1W.lIr OP terlals are prime consideration i cate where they foresee a sub. 20,000 competing unit i IIARDY Neb. (APAurand > ".
week, with 238 passengers on through the summer months, WE'RE CROWDEDThe 'LORIO 'S TOlRlSTS WILL of firms seeking plant locations, stantlal opportunity for profit and communities working for in. used. a wiilku I i
between Naples and Ml., with no change In time sche. Sportsmen Pilots AssocU. RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I Dr. Thomas P. Bergln dean' dustry." radio lo summon help uhr l ,
1\\ amt u compared to 351 during. dules. As In the past, the ML ton Is presently holding Its annual of continuing education and an 1 The conference was sponsored Wendell Jarrard, commtsfcion black Angus cow atimhtd .
the > ami ticket counter will be main. by the Florida Council of 100,the en. while he was In the past:
first week In April. Most ol convention at the Naples authority on Industrial development ,' chairman said Dr. Douglass .. ,
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tamed, but Florida Development Commls. During a lull in the '
the seats continue to be tilled not Hailed on a full Beach Club, and the presence of counseled against "a com. Joys controversy. His statement,
\ In the time basis after the first of ; don and the Florida Industrial likea attack Aurind called rOI I i I
Naples.Mlaml direction their thlrtyodd some aircraft rW touchy jeopardizing Its credit: Jarrard said "doesn't sound .
and this condition will undoubt.I ., May, Passengers requesting on the field sorely points out G f rating and development of tra.' Development Council The coun. sincere desire to me, It sounds on his waUie-tilkie racli. ?,'
wily flight Information In Miami will ell Is a new group of profession. said hi* brother Glenn came to-
I prevail during the next week the need for additional ramp dltlonal functions by permitting: politically motivated.
or 10 days. By the end of April, probably be advised to phone parking area At the present a long.term of tax exemption and al Industry recruiters from cit. Ooublass never had visited the rescue The animal had knot
Naples collect\ A | las.counties an J utilities through.\ Aurand to the ground and
traffic will be '
settling down to the time, ever) available tie-down public credit to aid Industry." commission .
leisurely that The Twin Cessna was the first Is taken and out Florida. of St. dieted injuries that sent bin, ,
pace the summer spot close to 20 Tax and real estate breaks Raleigh W. Greene Jr.
k. months always bring aircraft to leave Naples for sum. aircraft are parked in the grass. are of little Importance to an i One speaker called for ellml. Petersburg, chairman of the the hokpitsl. for two days. 1
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Hardware with the help of Gene was SklppGeltz 264.145. Mike Hahn 137, Eric Daniels 135,Butch
EGLER'SORNER Fox 531, Glen Lane 530 and Stacey and Eddie Oorsey each Lord 134 and Bill Rush.. 130. stakes were In, i J'' ,and the win. arlckland 356.197' and Jack Hat.
John Peters' 204 loner. Fran. listed a 301 1 and Chris Yanson SEA SHELL MIXED The
ners were MIfLanza\ Fran. cher 555-216. Glenn Llles fir.
els Hall took honors for 250. Albert Fortin came up Coqulnas won the league and for
I scoring cis Lord, Beth lIoverman,Jean ed a 222 lon.r. Mike Van Hall
with a single 155, Michael Jones their final performance made a
the site with a big 240 game
Hyder, Paul rahamson, Kay 215, Bill McHvey 206, Bill Keel.
132, Reggie Lord 125,John Klln, clean over Sea Horses.
and a 622 set. Fred HIllman sweep
Rans, Hub Rans, Pearl Rlner lug 198, Monty King 194, C.
By MARION SORENSENe..eee..eeee.a.eeee..e. posted a 550. Benny Vaughn ler 123, John Abbott 127, Glen Bill and Get Dunn were high for
and Bertha Ken aglun. Awards Petty 192, O.B. Osceola 191,1 J
+ ,see had a 203 single, Paul Wick. Roark 136 and Kenny Roark 131. the team. Bill posted a 557. and trophies f.. < the year were Belayek and Wilburn Bullard 1 ftfl.
ham 202, D.J. Salmon 201, Tex BANTAM KITTENS. Leadingthe 203 and Cert 510.193. Eloulse given out and ..Mcerx elected. BANTAM. Dennis Had'her
Mills 195. league Aas Debbie Hasslnger Williams bowled like a real pro
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Results to folU soon. led the boys with a 315.161Gary
PALMETTO Star for the 277.166. Beth Clemmer used a and tame *o close to that 600 Wilson 311-182, Kelly Hatcher
STRIKE FOR CANCER. Do ross each lane and the resuns see you at STRIKE FOR CAN evening was Edna Simpson witha 128 for ,i 254. Susie Bell list. mark. Her high game of 212 PINE 1 LANES 295-168 and Billy Hatcher 2' -.
I our bit for the Cancer Fund are recorded. Prizes and tro. CER Saturday the 18th. 532186. Jo Wickham reach. ed a 124 by itself, Lucy Pull. gave her a 578 series. Arvlll TRAIL BOWl ERS; .. Builders 140. Mardi Stone was high 2"i" r t
and have fun at the time time. phles will be awarded for a variety There are many openings in ed a 529.184, Katie Stull 485, Ing 116, ,Cindy Bell 107 and Holland reached 1555.198,Melba Mart Increase their lead when the girls as she rolled a 2n,.
This was enjoyed by many people of performances. the summer leagues as jet. Bet. Mary Armbrust 470, Shirley Terry Kli star 102. Cornell 510-205, Joanne Mande. they won all tl 11 'in Tamlaml Tire 103. Nancy Moreau was rV;'
last when It take about 15 minute ter Johnson 469, Lucille Lord 483, JUNIOR MIXED Danny Mul. vllle 496 and Ann Davis 477. behind her with a 206122.
year was first K will get signed up soon.BROOKSIDE led by Rex P n\' with a CIO-
Nancy Benmttt 463 and Aria.. Inns added another 500 to his T. Sentovlch tossed a lonely 205,
J to the the lanes.
introduced Naples to roll
area across 244. King Insurance' with the
AprU 18 Is the date and thetime U you cant bowl, leave a dol. BOWL Hatcher 455. Kay Bernard toss. credit. Firing a 206 game, he Red Lord 203, B. Cornell 198, aid of Bob A!,:"tt 621.232 ant' Bowling: Standings
ed a nice 183 singleton,, Nena tallied a 44. Jim Sheets post. Hub Rain 190, Vera Lee 167
Is from 10 a.m. til??? lar at the desk to sponsor a TWIN COUNTY Rae HendrIX Tex Kaverman 83.220 won ?
I Brookslde Bowl Is the place and youngster. They will be award.ed tossing a 582.205.213 and Harry Ellis 16S, Fran Hamilton 161, ed a 451 Ann Scott led the and Wanda Rice 164. Nice gam. from Furnlturi hair Jer.y (Continued on pace ')
Lll Peters 155, Eileen Wheeler girls with a 393.143 and Barb es were rolled by Jane Paquette
573-206 led Brunk Mil.
, the cost Is $1.00. You donscave trophies only. Clouser, Kelsey produc,'j s "085.223.207 I
156.162, Fay Rimes and Katie Sorensen 390. Brendon Haynes 154, Mary Harroun 151 and Julie BE A 'FRIEND'TO
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Shields 77.203,
\, Johnson 151 and Gwen Bowes 148. tossed a fine 201 single, Larry Chesser 150-twlce. L.V. George
pprlenced bowler to roll In this ment will take place from time Naples Floor Covering Blbbee's 5C3C10.200, Vance YOUR LIBRARYi
Lee 144, kjle Huffman 141,Linda ROLLING BROOKS Sweep. Shephard
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Naples second, first time Napleshas
BOAT Scoring well in every event, do well In the district Class A. Woodruff doing the running.Ever. 101.yard dash l.suaartin.first, entered pole vault this sea
HAVEN Naples High School' track team track meet at Fort LauderdaU.t glades placed fourth. tlO.9; Fredrlckson thrld, Kline son Everglades loaned Naples
dashed to a resounding victory May 1. The 880 relay tean i Rodney Earnshaw won twos filth. High hurdes: -Earnshswfirst a pole sine the Odors don't
over four other schools in a meet breezed to a 1:37.6 clocking ye .firsts, two seconds, and a third Woodruff third. Half mlle- have a vaulter. Shot put -
NAPLES, Inc. at Fort Myers Tuesday afternoon. terday, though It was not pushed,, in the events In which he compel. Earnshaw first, 3:13..; Paul Wlllard Worten of Everglades.
o The Eagles piled up 13Mi The mile relay team won easll]y ed, and LamarUne had two firsts. Felsch fourth, Eric Steele first, 41.2; Gene Moss of NiP
points, compared to Fort Myer. in S:51.2. Competing for th> Polnt-wlnners for Naples were fifth pies second, 41 feet, new school
Junior High's 66I/ ,Alva'.413.4, respective teams were BruciLamaiflne i as follows: record;; SteveClark third,Ritchie
EVerglades' 18, and LaBelle' Wally Fredrlckson,, Mile .. Tom Bernard first, 220 yard LamarUne
19. It was the first time a Bob Koch, and Jackie Kline; an I 5:08.2, nosing out Everglades' first, 124.2; Fredrlckson third, fifth.Discus _
Naples team has won a Lee Treadwell, Randy Harris, John Dtckerman, 5:09.5. Bob Koch fourth Low hurdles Earnshaw second,
track meet. Alan Foster, and Walter Ritchie,, Blanch! fourth for Naples,Jimmy John Bass second, 123.8; Tread. 1.22.10Rtlchle; ttilnl.Mos fifth.
Coach Jerry Morris says he Naples also won the sprlnl t t Collins of Everglades fifth. well fourth, Dllh Bra fifth Hlk'',, lump JjJ HI'lw': tied for
has relay in 2t3Uwlth Kline Broad .ahaw fct'dld i t'lrd' i, \V nil< "' f d"'mtl, Baas
hopes the Eagle half.mllerelay medley ,, 440.Rltchle first,55.9 seconds; Jump Earl

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Baseball RoundUpBy I


Just Come and -
By MIKE RATHET Kansas City 73. The Boston at
r Associated Press Sports Writer New York game was postponeddue
When Sandy Koufax was In. to rain. Los Angeles and

We'll Do the Rest terrupted last fall. Washington were not scheduled.
That's right the Dodgers dan. The Dodgers scored In the
dy took up Tuesday night wherehe sixth against Ernie Brogllo
L wr -1 left off last season, turningIn when Willie Davis singled, stole
one of his shutout specialtiesas second and scored on Ron Fair.
Los Angeles opened defense ly's single. That was enough for
of Its National League cham. Koufax, but Jim Cllliam singled
plonshlp by whipping St. Louis home another run In the sev,

BOATS TO 25 FEET 4.0.There enth and then Howard wrapped
were 50,451 In Dodger it up in the eighth.
Stadium the largest of the Mays hit a two.run homer In
crowds when Kou. the third and finished off
opening day Wart
OFFICERS of the new The association
newly organized organization. now fax began to whip an assortment ren Spahn with a solo shot la
Greater Naples Golf Association from has about 30 paid up members and of fast balls and the eighth that chased the.

left are: Dale Williams, vice president; will hold Its first tournament, Sunday, curves out of his effortless mo. Braves' 42-year left-hander.
lion And when it was over, he Jim Hart, Orlando Cepedaand
Tob Abbott, president; end Dewey April 19, at Big Cypress Golf and had fittingly pitched the first Tom hailer also homered

Craig, treasurer. Don Page, not present Country Club. See story. shutout In the National League. for the Giants, who broke a 4-4,
Koufax, a 23-game winner last tie In the sixth on Cepeda's sin.
for photo, is the of the (NEWS photo)
secretary year with 11 shutouts marked gle, a wild pitch and a single
Cars Washed alongside his name, allowedthe by Haller. Juan Marietta, 25-$

Stanley Cup Cardinals only six hits, last year, was the winner on a,
New Golf AssociationSets struck out five and walked seven.hltter.The '
none while winning his eighth Phillies pulled out from
Finals Tied consecutive game and recordinghis in the first as Roy Sievers ham.
18th victory in the last 20 mered a homer off Al Jackson
and Pickled First TournamentThe Each regular season decisions. following a pair of walks. Bobby
At Game But the 1963 World Series hero Wine's run-produclng single In

recently organized Great. members at various golf clubs TORONTO (AP-The official had to share some of the spot the second and a run-scoring
er Naples Golf Association for in the area and has long range count showed that 14,017 fans light with towering Frank How. double by rookie Richie Allen,
men golfers gets Into action the views of Intercity golf com. saw the Detroit Red Wings beat ard, baseball's reluctant player. In the eighth closed out the

first time, Sunday, April 19, In petition. the Toronto Maple Leafs 4.3 The Dodgers' main powerpro.vlder storing.
: tournament competition at Big Tom Abbott heads up the new Tuesday night to tie their Na. Howard proved It by tag.
FREE Cypress Golf and Country Club. organization as president. Dale tional Hockey League Stanley glng a 420-foot, two-run homer Doctors Pleased
The association has currently Williams is vice president; Dew. Cup final at a game each. that capped the victory.
about 30 paid up members who ey Craig, treasurer) and Don As far as Coach Punch Imlachof In other NL openers, Willie With ExaminationOf
wUl tee-off in the tournament Page, secretary. Toronto Is concerned, there Mays collected two of San Fran. \.
between 8 and 11 a.m.in the Yearly dues for membership In were 14,028 spectators. "Our Cisco's five homers in an 8-4 Hutchinson .
first event planned by the group; the organization has been set at Cleveland forwards might just walloping of Milwaukee, Roy :
SEATTLE Fred nTlfJ
M !1I..f f, Sunday's affair will be played $10. Ed Moyer, is membership as well have been spectators the Sleverf' three-run homer ipow dhlnson, manager(CAP) of-the t lncln.call .
competition for low chairman, and can be reached at stood wered Philadelphia to a 5.3 Vid.
gross and low way they around out there Reds left for Los Angeles
net honors. MI 24787 for additional tator. tory over the New York Mets ,
Entry fee has been practically all, night, the un. Tuesday night after undergoing
set at $3 and will matlon. and Billy\ Williams' two.run
be returned to happy Imlach said in the Leafs examinations for '
a cancerous'
players In homer In the 10th inning led
prize money. dressing room.
growth at the Swedish Hospital'sTumor
The association which expects Favor NicklausTo Toronto, seeking Its third the Chicago Cubs to an 8-4 trl. Institute. .
to reach a membership of 75 straight Stanley Cup, trailed 3.1 umph over Pittsburgh.
Examining doctors said they
Houston and Cincinnati who
plans regular competition among Win Houston going; Into the third period but were "very pleased" with the
opened play Monday, were not
HOUSTON (AP) For two finally tied things at 3-all on a scheduled results of the tests and that no'

Now 23,000 Ft. Of Umbricht's Ashes straight\ years, big Jack Nick. brilliant goal,by Gerry Ehman In American League action, further examinations would be
Sq. \laus has made a charge at the with just 45 seconds of play Minnesota edged Cleveland 7.6, required until June.
Houston Classic's gold and glory
Sprinkled Over left.The Baltimore defeated the Chicago Hutchinson underwent treat.
averaging 68.8 strokes round Leafs, who won the open.er .
per White Sox 5-3 and Detroit belted ment for nearly six weeks at the
Houston Stadium for eight\ rounds, and averaging '.1 on/a goal In the final two Institute last winter and whan.
NEW STORAGE SPACEIn (, (3,400 per trip to the paymas) seconds, had visions of another he was released doctors said
HOUSTON (AP-The ahhadJim of ter's window. such performance Tuesday. But, Russian 'Vomen'sBasketball they were satisfied with his
Umbrlcht, the Houston Colt; So on the eve of the big\ tee. I the Wings practically ran them progress. They did not elabo.
pitcher who died a week ago of''oft Thursday, the strong man 'out of the rink in the sudden Team

our own new steel and concrete cancer, have been scatteredover from Ohio State has been estab. 'death overtime period. rate.The Reds play the Dodgers In
Colt Stadium, an area he llshed a 3.1 favorite to take it Toronto veteran goalie John. Winds Up Tour Los Angeles Thursday.

ventilated building. Located 3 miles loved. all this time as the $50,000 Clas. i I ny Bower had a terrific night, PLAINVIEW, Tex. (AP)-The
Umbrlcht was a right-handed sic moves to Sharpstown Coun. 1 kicking out 45 shots. He turned
inland from the Gulf. Russian women's basketball Break Ground For
relief pitcher for the National try Club tor the first time. seven of them aside In the sud.dendeath .
team wound Its American
up
League Cotta Funeral services 1 With both Arnold Palmer and 'I period before Larry
An additional 60 boats or cars can be storedin were held Friday and the body Gary Player absent, Nicklaus .Jeffrey took a perfect pass from tour victory Tuesday over the night Wayland with a 50-49 Col. Sports StadiumIn

cremated.The was established the favorite Cordle I Howe to slam home the Atlanta Today
lege Flying Queens.
this building. ashes were scattered over over the defending champion 'winner at 7,51.Detroit's much
the baseball field from a small Bob Charles, the southpaw New goalie, Terry Saw. The Queens furnished ATLANTA (AP)- plane Saturday, but this was not Zealander who took the big\ bun. I chuk, had only one stop In the stronger opposition met than week they be broken today for an $18-mi1.
did when the teams a
revealed until Tuesday by Colt die here last April with a rec. I overtime session, that a routine the So. lion spurts stadium with a capacity
ago at Joplin, Mo., with
officials ord score of 268. I try, and 21 for the night. of "iO,000: baseball fans or.
"Jim's family wanted no advance On the schedule today was the) The best.of.seven series now viet team crushing Wayland 97,000 football routers.

publicity about the dispo. annual pro-amateur, which i shuts to Detroit for games No. 7836. The stadium is to be com.
I sit ion of the ashes Colt offl. The Russians won all five pleted in 12 months 4n time for1
a 1 pairs a leading professional with !3 I and 4 Thursday and Saturday -
In the tour and depart
games
clal explained. three local amateurs. lights. the 1965 baseball season
today for Lima, Peru, where The Atlanta Fulton Comity;'
they are defending world cham.

plons. ___ a Recreation cnntrai Monday Authority to Thompson awarded
BOATS & CARS STORED Stone And VictorsIn
Tropic NEW YORK Sum!", and Strtpt r," Charlotte, N.C.,
baseball fames in !New Y.irk .H"i arid ul.mu.Tht .
/
I starting earlier this year than In .lutliorltj JMiuunced''' earli.
the past following a bill, sign I er tl it i i. "I."oil i baseball
10 Ft. Above Hurricane Flood Softball Openers by Oov Rcxkefo.ijr 11 i Mi City start their Sunday ga ..' < 0' I.( .' ,' ti.., -( n.' ,u,, starting
pm and the Yankees begin tl < >ir'Set fl'' .t s> .i- 'u, T11-' t" DTI as not

BY DAVID LYOfl a Stone Insurance run In the on base on an error, went to I 1.30: o'clock t"> > : 1C ,' III) I i.

second on another misplay,took
Stone Builders and Tropics sixth.FIRST third ball and Baseball
on I passed came Standings
BATTER --BANGI I
Drive Inn notched victoriesin
home on a fly ball.
David Weeks tripled to left-
a well-pitched doubleheader center In the first Inning u Kelly faced only 18 batters National League American *
men's Softball League
as play open the first batter of the season. In the first six Innings. Weeks

ed Tuesday night at Gambler reached bue on an error In Witt\ eel Pet. .
He came home when the throw a-M.e will Intlea s heachewpp
In Park. the first Inning but wu eras- Iiwbn I I "...yr,: = -
from the outfield 000 0 i
went astray v 1 1
tl\\Ii9\1\e\\\ Defending champion Stone got Swiss had trouble with ed In a double flay started by S.n. .. .a t t ; ,,.o.p' t j' 000 : 1
no
-- 50
,\t.S good pitching and timely hittingout Tropics shortstop Rollle Rice. Lot Anaolol' t ev, c 0 '.rogOO: -
o\lt of new pitcher Ed Swiss, Stahlman batters for two InnIngs Involved dou- 81 Leuit : II New. rata : a : :I).
( but In the third Van Hall wu In CiKlnnall .000000 "': I : I ..
S\ott t..t\\t \ as the Builders defeated Stahl- Kisses, beat out a bunt and Philip losing ble plays after each of his MilweuaN,'.._.vft e. I i 1.000.000 II Ch.ei k',,,, wt'eel City D e I I !!!! 'I'
..
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man Property Maintenance 4- hits. Rice made good plays on Nan Y.r e C .000 w. "IMMS 0 1 :Ii I
2. Gerald I Kelly of Tropics, pitcher Jim Wolf scratched Mike and
.t Rans
neler1enced a single down the first-base grounders by
t backed by three double plays, In the second
\ Results
t''e o\ line. Bob Hartnett was hit by Tommy Murphy Results
tossed two-hitter
a
N defeated Publlx Market as Tropics, 41. a pitch loading the bases then Inning and In rum Rice's sharp Clung* t PimturM 4. It H.HH. I
O line drive was speared by Pub- Son .
FronC'KO I. MllMutM 4P
,, Fred Boshears singled to left I
Thursday night's schedule llx second buemin David pease <"_' .,. I, Now Y.rl t, \WUt d e.r. Yor1I N sew. rem
EXPSent calls for Stahlmao to meetTro- and sent In two runners. Apples 4. It. Louis 0. flight, .. -
t In the fourth. CIt So .... :
by Stahlman's loaded the bases 1tIII. I \,.
aced pica In the 730 first game, Don Walker doubled down the CIftIy ...... IeToday's -'-
again on Swiss In the next Inning
with Stone Games
playing Publlx In the but filled left-field line leading off for
to score Swiss
9:15: nightcap. Tuesday's open- Tropics In the first. He went
,
of the walked one, struck out six, NM Vtrk (Sawa> 4.17) at "PtHMMM i..
Ins games season drew to third on a g round out and learning il ill, Today's Games
": ':fI: 4 a fairly good crowd. and gave up four hits. Wolf scored Infield w Iwo robun. 1t-.f'.1 LM *..mm'D'ttdait
Stone scored In the first InnIng tossed a stx-hitte r,walked one, Rice. on an single by MIKoaukM' '( :I InS.N.edlof ra'II ... FreeNtnA 1 Iweeeewwlh' let of II Yen
and threw strikes tote (So"''K' '14-Dt. nitfi' load 7.1rMeep
seven
but Stahlman's dashed put Singles by Buddy Askew and (Norman "l| ot PUhMrgk (Oil' e ,=: It./ula : Ill d weMMl/ae
S At
'
Stone men.Tropics. 5
.
ahead In the third. 21. Stone Fred Schmucker, a bue on 0 r pomp ,twdu/.e/ oat'" c."fl ..n"b'
came bach In the fifth with two scored once In the balls, a wild pitch and passed
first Inning, twice In the fourth
,
runs to ahead
for
go good. ball resulted In two Tropicsruns
.OU4T Pinch hitter Art SchultheU and once In the sixth to provide In the fourth Bud Shimer PORPOISE ATTRACTION

started things In the fifth with enough runs for I Kelly singled and moved around the

HAVEN a Schulthels single. took The only two Tropics hits, both pitcher of them give singles up- bases on a variety of plays to Hive porpoises, knowledge and experience for

NAPLES ;;;:J wild pitch and rode second In on on t a by Publlx first baseman score Kelly the Issued winners'one final walk run.and natural or artificial! tea water aquariums any
Van
Mike Hall
double to the Contact Norman SantinU
o le't-fleld fence struck out six. Rex poUy did where In the country.

by Swiss. Then Swiss scored LOSES SHUT-OUT good work for Public throwinga 140 7lh Street, N., Naples, Florida MI 25924.
while Buck Flowers was I Kelly lost hU shutout In the sn-hner, walking two, and I

grounding out. An error led to seventh, when Van Weeks got striking out five I


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Wednesday \pril: IS. W4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9

Travels More As Golf Pro'sWife Seek Cause Of .
eelaael.nr .. .. ""; aut7

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Than As Air Hostess Motor At CapeCAPE Naples Bridge r\,1


AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)-There- tournaments in .,1962 and again KENNEDY (AP-Two By FRANK OTTE :

was one thing about being an in 1963-and Joan walks around Investigations began today to torso -. ,-.---,>-:. .- .....

airline U >fates, say Mrs. Joan the course' and watches him on determine what caused a rocket TH,: 'v INNER! In addition to skill when handling

Crampton. You dldnt have to every round he plays.In a tour. motor to Ignite suddenly and In one of our recent "NaplesBridge" the below cards won first

travel so much. nament. spray flaming fuel through a dissertations, I referred place In the North-South ';"ectton. -
That was before she marrieda CramQton plans the same
golf pro. busy schedule this year that he building burning 11 men, three to the 24 Nationwide This Is the set-up

critically. Charity Hands played at our Dealer Is North East-Vest\
"I used to get home every followed in the past. A National Aeronautics and
few day at least, to do up my "Bruce says as long as he 3 Space Administration fact-find Forum session These boards Is vulnerable

laundry and things," she says, can win money consistent; on tog committee probed the rea u later analyzed by International NORTM-CMrgwm
"but now It' the tour we'll play It Joan aieffati'1 S- .nont,
Just one motel aft.er son for the Ignition. The Air experts, were so N-Are14 t

another." says Force, which manages the Atlantic fascinating I want to tell you O-Ia.
Joan, a pretty blonde who That seems to settle the ( Missile Range, named a about a couple of others. For C-" J II

was born In Australia and grew Cramptons plant for some tlTne. team to asset the general safe Instance this Is Deal No. TtNOHTM WEST CASTS :
up In New Zealand, married Bruce won more than $30,000 In t ty situation. I TM S ti J a41
handsome .halred Austral. each of the last two years plus ""'OD J
wavy The freak accident, first of Its S-IO I 4 O Tilt D-J 4
Ian golfer Bruce Crampton last exhibition fees and endorse kind at Cape Kennedy, left three H-IO I 4 t C-13714 C-K' t

December, In Sydney. ments, and Is oft at about the 1 Y. men In critical condition. They DICA K 107 | UTH-Rtlhfu.

"We met about five year same pace this year. He tied + are Sidney Dagle, 29, with burn s-AKa/a1
4
ago," Joan says. "I was out on for 21st In the Masters, and won ... r WEST EAST: M-I ;
.. V". _- -. wb, v over 100 per cent of blsy body; S-A K I 1 I D-A K 10Here's
a. date with a passenger, and he $1,100. L D. Gabel, 51, burn over 81 N KQaac0i M-A i 1 C-Q t
Introduced me to Bruce" Last year he finished .two TEAM CHAMPS New city team man, JoAnne Manderville and Melba per cent of his body and John 4 I D-A itt

In those day Joan played strokes back In the U. S. Open bowling champs are pictured above Cornell The girls were victorious over Ftssett 30, of Merritt Island, I I C-J 4 how Chlrgwln-Reah-

golf doesn't, too any, but more Bruce, at cay least she not and rounds.led the PGA through three with their trophy, representing Ingram 36 other teams in the city-wida competition spacecraft' coordinator for the -_SOUTH. fuss bid; '

when he'* around. "I've never "We plan to play the tour up Chevrolet Co., are, left to right Julie Ann Davis also won the singles space Dagle agency.and Gabel are employ M D-KQJIIP1 t /1 Pin unit' 5 IS W hoe I*H

seen her hit a golf shot," he to October" Joan says, "and Chesser, Ann Davis, Bettye Hover. title. .d by Ball Bros. Research Corp. C-Q1 P..t M hn All J"P
4M ( p..1
say. then go home to Australia for a Boulder, Colo., and live In Long. South deals. Doth sides! are l| --

Joan has seen Bruce hit thou. couple of months, and then L mont, Colo. Ball built the orbit. vulnerable Of the 12 Forum Here's what the National

.and*. Crampton 1* one of the back to the tour. We'll start at Ing Solar Observatory (O6O), teams who played this deal Analyst Committee predicted,

roost persistent golfers on the Los Angeles. which was attached to the run. only two arrived the results 1 quote: "Very difficult for N-S
American pro circuit he "Right now It's all fun, even
rocket.
away predicted by the national com- In the bidding and the play. The
the motel Usually we find
In 38 a
played consecutive weekly other and tech
Five engineer
Is iUR
Natural contract I ) ;
mlttee of analysts.Doth
kitchen where I can cook. Bruce nlcl.ns remained hospitalizedwith expert
would live on steaks If he could, let serious burns. Three of course, were playing E-Wi HEARTS which Is not easy

Give TreatmentTo but I try to vary meals a little Ytr were treated and released. All Mc-Kenn.-wlth Denha Ind the to reach. At first sight North

And we go out at night, some. are employed by Douglas Air. MacDonalds. Here's how Me must lose three trump tricks

times, either with come of the () craft Co., prime contractor for Kenna-Denham bid; and a Club but skillful play
other golfer and their wives or { to can avoid the Club loser. Sup-
SeriouslyIII .. the Delta rocket which was S dMli W McK N C: Dtnh.m
with friends Bruce bas made. ,." t. ." f have hurled OSO Into orbit next ID P..i it js pose East leads the Diamond-

In around the country." "'.; .- J"'r Tuesday to study Earth-Sun re ha.(All pan JS Pin 4S Jack (nothing Is better) and

Belgium Sunday Is moving day for the tt. latlons. The motor which Ignited Dummy wins. Nonh discards

Cramptons-every Sunday. ,{, t'1MELBA was to have been the third stag This bidding Is perhaps routine a Club and a Diamond (on the
BRUSSELS belglum (AP- "We pack up the car Sunday -j" of the booster. but not as expressive as tlwanalyst's and ruffs
Spades
top ) a SpaJe.
The seriously 111 have been get. morning and check out she
J h. The first two stage of the concept which readsas lie cashes the I lean-Ace and
.
ting adequate treatment or bet. says. "Then we drive to the Delta already were erected on follows I "South
quote:
ter since the 15-day-old doctors' course After Bruce finishes, we a launching pad. crosses to Dummy with a Diamond
will with THREE
strike began, but those with start off for the next tourna. 1 The third stage Ignited just usually open and ruffs another spade
minor ailment have to shift for ment. We share the driving. after It had been Joined with the DIAMONDS) a slight retch at East Is thrown In with trump

themselves.With Sometimes it's a thousand milesor t OSO In a building called a spin this vulnerability In any event, and is forced to lead a Club.

most of Belgium's 10,000 more. (A teat facility. Engineer were E-W are likely to reach FOUR This Insures the N-S com rsct.'*

doctors on strike against a new "11 we get there, say on a preparing to spin the combination SPADES despite four unavoidable Congratulations Chrlgwln .

medical Insurance law, there Monday, Bruce will play a pray CORNELL above- In a stabilisation check be. losers In the Minor suits. Reahfuss!
,
was general apprehension that tics round If there's still time, fore moving to the launch pad. "East should win the likely

many patients would die unat. and I get the laundry and shop. li the new City dl-evenls A* a plastic shroud was being Diamond lead, draw trumps, Drivers

tended. ping done. The same on Tuesday champion for 1964. Melba placed around the spacecraft, cash Hearts ending In Dummyand Drinking

Urgent cases on the whole and on Wednesday there's turned In her top perform. the flve.foot.tall rocket Ignited lead a Club This end Given Option Of

have been taken care of underan usually a pro.iIJIand on Thurs. ann In the recent city tour. Inexplicably and lifted off the plays North unless he holds all

emergency setup organized day the tournament." nament held at Broolulde table on which It rest.d.The 440. three Clubs. As the cards Cleaning Up Roads
by the physicians and taken DOUBLES WINNERS Nena Ellis and Katie Johnsonwon pound OSO was hurled aside and top
Bowl where 60 ainglci and are Nonh can simply play FULTON Mo. APIt'uu
,
over three days ago by the gov. (
the solid fuel rocket exhaust
the doubles the
ernment. CondemnsRed recent competition in City tourna- 30 doubles competed. second hand low and defeat the are a drinking driver, and cola
SEATO showered aU corner of the 30
Premier Theo Lefevre's gcv. ment held at Brookside Bowl. Nena is a repeat cham- 'by 100 foot building where the contract. Howeverthe temptation vlcted In Callaway County, you

ernment Issued a decree Sunday pion from last year, The title was won In competitionwith Bowling Standings 11 injured men worked. Is for North to cash his can go to Jail or clean up the
calling for mobilization of 3,600 Aggression The spacecraft and Interior of Club-Ace and King and this littler on the highways 30 other
J. army reserve doctors, and re. entrants. I'L-I'lne LanesBBBroekdde the building were damaged ex. will present E'W with their !rating on beer can and liquor

qulsttlonlng civilian doctors at. France SilentMANILA Bowl I tenslvely. A large 23 by IS foot contract" bolt lea.
tached to hospitals. K says it metal door at one end of the This Is what happened In the Judge Hugh P. Williamson of.
has mobilized about 5,700 ph sl. South. TRAIL BOWLERS PL crumbled like a collap. fered Malcolm Dalrymple, 21, a
(AP) The Agree Lodge Needed Here building defense and thus the E.W Mc- student at Westminster Collegefrom
clans Builders Man 62 35
east Asia Treaty Organization sed Venetian blind. The space Kenns-Denh sm and the Mac-
Mo. his choice
Brentwood
The situation In many parts of Funlture Fair 48 39 aid ,
expressed "grave concern" to. agency there was no explo.
for In match
Donalds split top Monday when he pleaded guiltyto
Belgium, however, Is reaching a stun and that the door .
day about continuing Commu. Crayton Cove Lndry 47 40 apparent.ly
points Where the defense held careless and reckless
critical point with hospitals nlst aggression in South Viet To Win GOP Nomination Hatcher Const. 43( 41 collapsed under pressure of driving
overcrowded and the danger of the up E-W was set one trick while drinking
Nam and agreed that member L.,V. Shields 45 42 expanding sees produced by time. Dalrymple chose to becomethe
epidemics Increasing. every MORALi Second
of the eight-nation alliance hot-burning rocket
WASHINGTON (AP) Influ.ntlal ., ambassador on a recent Far King Insurance 44 43 first of a 5-mlle road clean.
Strike leaders claim their hand low Is a good rule, but
if
"should remain prepared nee.
emergency setup is collapsing Republicans of all shadesof'opinion Eastern trip. he cant say wheth. PAne Lanes 40 47Bob hard up gang ami-was-ordered .. ,tre.|
to'
frequentIt's
essay to take further concrete believe er":'LOdgr will! resign' by: June; Men 39 48 Seek pretty with tils'
t since the government took It steps" under the SEATO treaty pr1mat.vlootorles Spr. Bus. Compromise follow turn to court Monday
over. The Interior Ministry will not be enough and "but he cannot ethically be an' Tsmlaml Tire 37 50 litter collection He also was

blames the strikers, accusing The SEATO minister agreed Henry Cabot Lodge must cam. ambassador and be Involved In Bonus Mets 37 50 Behind Scenes In fined $50:; and coils,
that the defeat of the Commu. ANOTHER WINNER!
palgn personally If he wants to politic
them of sabotage.During nlst campaign "is essential not Lodge's current front-running Rights Dispute Another deal that deserves
try to win the GOP presidential "i
the 12 the doctor
ran the emergency day service, with only public to of the Viet security Nam but of the to that Re. nomination. status In of national polls other and candidate his. Brunk TWIN Miller COUNTY Int. 76- BB 48Moon' WASHINGTON (AP) Th.behlndth..c.n. comment Is No. 10 played by RENEw rouR (I., 1L I IDRIVER'S
topping
prospect
A cross-section survey'of par. .. search for a N-S Chlrgwln Reahfuss, the
2,000 and
physician on day
of Southeast Asia. in the May IS Oregon pr!. Masonry 731/2 SO 112 LICENSE !.
night duty, there were no re. ty members who will have a first-step compromise went for. only pair who contracted FOUR I IBI
"It will also be convincing
ports of danger to health. voice in the choice of a nomineedlsclo.ed mary are attributed to various Fager Roof Coating 67 57 ward today a* the Senate'swordy HEARTS and made Its! Con- DURING YOUR
that Communist expansionby
proof
factor One often mentioned Is Gulf Coast Motors 66 68Bibbee'
nearly unanimous floor battle the BIRTH MONTH
For the poorer Belgians who such tactics will not be over granulations to this pair who,
per. that of voter dissatisfaction' with
66'58
were emergency cases, medicine mltted." opinion that the current boom Mk. Houe.passed civil rights bill _
and treatment were free. has for Lodge will flatten out It he other presidential aspirants.The Nap. Floor Coy 581/2651/2 moved Into its Slit day.
France which proposed
There have been cases of remains as U.S. Ambassador to surge for Lodge also 1s Sunshine Hardware571/2 661/2 Although President Johnson
neutralization of Viet Nam and
South Viet Nam until convention credited to his experience In the has called the Senate to
hardship especially for patientswho Communist First Florida 65 69 on pas
recognized China
field his
affair remem.
wanted to be treated at said that "under the present time. foreign Rice's Clippers 601/2 73112 the bill without change, Republican
home. Lodge has said he Isnt a can. bared television image as a Vitro Services 50 74 Leader Everett M. Dirk.
serious circumstances it was
Hospital wards dilate for the nomination andcan't tough opponent of communismas sen of Illinois said flatly there Au
are over.
wise to from
abstain any U.S. ambassador to the Unit.
participate in politic would be amendments
crowded and patients are sent declaration.I ed Nations and his lack of In. PALMETTO BB (final)) j
while he serves as ambassador. But Dlrksen trying to thread
!home ,
as quickly as possible. The ministers set forth their
volvement in current GOP bick. ,John's Clothing 821/2 411/2
Personal attention Is President Johnson said last his way through sharp differ
becoming nonexistent.nursing views In a communique sum. week that Lodge is playing a Bring over conservative and Furniture Fair 66 58 ence among his GOP col. GLADYS AND QUINTIN VAN DER VEER
their three 10th .
mine -dsy an.
up
moderate views 581/2 85 1/2
Although 3,600 military re. "very constructive role" In Viet Dorothy's leagues, was much less definite
serve doctors have been calledto nlversary meeting Nam and is under no pressureto Listed Lodge UabllUeslncludt Corwln Shells 58 66 about what the changes would
They agreed that SEATO has ,
Ills tie to President Johnson'spolicies
resign. Bon 54 70
Spr. Spa
active duty this does not had and continues to have "a be.Sen.
seem to help. Many come on Irving Salomon, a close advls. In Viet Nam, his defeat Tropics Drive In 53 71 Richard B. Russell,
most Important stabilizing In.
er, reported after talking to the for the Senate in 1932 and for D Ga. leader of the Dixie
foot, without their medical in. M
fluence in Southeast Asia. .vice president in 1960 and what
st nnnent., SEASHELL MIXED -BBflnll) forces, refused comment on the
The communique said the many thought was his lackadaisical lfj
There was talk of nurses Join. SEATO countries The United Manatee County campaigning in 1960. Coquinas 76 1/2 47 1/2 amendment Dlrksen Is working
log the strike But one head on. "w, haven't seen them
States, Britain France Austral. Kings Crown 66 58
Strategists for Sen. Barry "
To Lift he told
nurse laughed; "We have too la, New Zealand, Pakistan Thal. Seeking Goldwater, A-Aris., and New Conchs 64 60 yet A, similar reporters.
.wait-and-see
much work to go on strike land and the Philippines-have Tolls York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller Junonlas 64..60 po.
Since the government ordered 2 Bridge slllon has been taken by as. GUITARSSEE
continued over the past year regard It as Inconceivable that Panama Rollers 58 66 slstant Democratic Leader Hubert
private clinics reopentfd Sunday "to enjoy peaceful progress and ORLANDO (AP)-A $4.8 mil. Lodge could win the nomination Angel Wings 671/2 66 1/2 floor .
H. Humphrey man.ager
any patient can attend them national security.1 lion bond Issue, which will allow ,
from Saigon. They believe his
Sea Horses 54 60 of the bill. He has made OUR BIGSELECTION
tree-lor the time being.
It added however, that the Manatee County to lift toll If
popularity would nose dive he
Sand Dollars 56 68 clear he will weakeningany
Some low-Income patients find oppose 1
the main
Communist threat remain. on two bridge linking came home and subjected him.
essential feature of the
themselves In $24-a-day suite In "Despite the sharpening of land with its beach has been self to questioning on the Issue
said
( Russell he will offer an
fashionable clinic. the Slno-Sovlet dispute," the marketed by the Florida Devel.
of the day. THERE'S A REASON amendment providing that the
Following strict military regu. communique said, "world dom. opment Commission OF
latlons, some doctor are send. Inatlon remains the aim of com. Rep. Melvin R. Laird, R.WIa., SI. JOSEPH Mo. (AP) City bill, If It I I. passed will not be.
ing patients to the hospital with The tow bid submitted by Mer. named to head the platform <1 Building Commiiiioner Harold come effective unless 'Jt I* ap. '
the slightest fever. munlsm and thus vigilancemust rill Lynch, Pierce Fenner and committee for the July conven. ,Christian, who has been carryinga proved by majority vote In a GUITARS'NOW
not be relaxed." Inc. and Com. tlon In San Francisco, said) he .
Military hospitals have been Smith Goodbody pair of binoculars around recently national referendum
and associates Mondaywas think Lodge will have to come hastens to declare that to be heard !
opened to civilians but they are Sunspots look dark only by pany, "The people ought
reaching the saturation point. comparison with the more lumi 3.491 per cent William E. home by May 15 If he expects |he is neither bird watcher nora before we change. our form of .

Emergency hospitals have been now surface about them. They Crist, chairman of the Board of to be the nominee. girl 1 watcher government," he said. Many Stylesto

set up In schools and other pub. actually have a temperature of County Commissioner, said In. A former Republican national "I use the binoculars to examine
lie buildings. about 4,000 degrees centigrade terest on the original issue to chairman who didn't ,want to I i masonry work on three end BOLD THIEVES

construct the bridges was 3.3 be quoted by name, summed up i tLodg. four-story buildings where we AUSTIN. Tt.. (AP) Butglirs choose .
per cent. .'* appeal this wayi "This hive| received complaints of possible robbed the cashier's office of a

Is the guy who is least undestr. danger," he explains. local produce firm after breakinginto from: ,
Issue Crist
The refunding ,
will able to the voter at this point. "They save a lot of climbing and the building, located direct .
said permit people living
rM They are disenchanted with ev. and they sid in deteriorated
on Anna Marla Island to cross else" ( spotting" ly across the street from the rear .
erybody
,
work.
mortir
entrance to police headquarter
the Anna Marla and Cortez
But he added "Lodge 1* not .
bridges without paying the 30 another Eisenhower He 1* going .*
w cent toll. B will permit main. to have to come home and We read where psychologist are of the

land citizens to reach the answer question on where he belief that coughing at concerts or at the

beaches toll-free. stands if he expect to get the theater is a psychosomatic thing and probably .

Some $600,000 of the proceeds nomination. He' also going to this is1 reflects the spectator's secret desire to
will be used to purchase right. have to show he ran take the be somewhere else
of.way for other county road pace of vigorous presidential ,

projects. campaigning." h : It has also corn* to light that there is

4- the : no amount of coughing worthy of mention

among audiences listening to jazz or other

popular music with a cadence. And, as you

41i HAYDON might have guessed, coughing is little in evfdence .

a in burlesque audiences.

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Jacksonville (for II years) Van Der Veer Music Center

outlliM his plane for a great

FOLLOWS G RAN D A Wi., .... Oane15, / er Florida. tIIIILWilson: Dycnes Realtor Naples Shopping Center H*. MI 2W2I

felleme. .in ep* ef his, gr,"'fitre'. former Prt.'de-l Harry .,, South Naples, Florid.
S. Tru,".11. after .dad. 'Clt'o". ef a bridge .1 DtK" Key, Fla




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I J 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, April 15, 1964 nothing helps egg production so 7 4 fe
much as music. They found out Brazil Inaugurates New t
Chicken Welfare production. Chtcken experts say that catchy rhythms like rock
they found out the only way to
I 'n' roll tend to disturb the
State In Italy get such eggs on a regular chickens but the hens take to
schedule was to give hens the
the classics like ducks to water. President
j Hens Like Bach best of everything. As a result the chickens get Quietly Today
result Is
The the Aurora PouU a dally diet of Beethoven. Bach "'
MUZZA.NO, Italy (AP) -try Farm, a Utopia where no and Chopin piped over hen house BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) A for drastic measures to halt
There's a chicken welfare state hen has to scratch for a living. loudspeakers. For some reason, new chapter, possibly one of the whirlwind inflation that has
up here where the hens are real At Aurora specially prepared however, this life of luxury has most significant In Braill's re. brought Brazil to the brink of
eggheads. They wear glassesand mash is delivered every day at made the hens so Irritable they cent political history, opens to. economic ruin
prefer Beethoven to the the same time on an electronically can't stand the sight of each other. day with the Inauguration of Interim President Paschoal
Beatles. controlled belt. To avoid pointless bickering the Gen, Humberto Castello Brancoas Ranieri! Mazzllll the Chamber
The hens are easily bored, The hen house never gets hot chickens are fitted with special president.How of Deputies president who suc. e ''4r
sensitive and quarrelsome But or stuffy. It's air conditioned rubber blinders that look like strong a hand the mill. ceeded Goulart, warned In a
the eggs they lay are beauties Lest any hens become disturbed eyeglasses. tary will take In running the broadcast Tuesday night that
uniformly large and with more by changes In the weath. ____ country and the prospects for Brazil's deficit for 1964 will total t "?
yolk than white. er, a lighting system creates the Earthquake and tremors can political peace should be deter. l.S trillion cruzelro.J833.3mll. tI
They're Just the kind of eggs> Illusion of an endless tummer oc url almost anywhere on earth, mined during the 21 months the lion at the current exchange
pastry firms In Milan, north of day.The according to the National Geographic 64.year-old former army chief of rate.
Mutrano, want for their mass experts also learned that SocietyEffective staff heads the Interim govern

ment. I
,
The military leaders of the Study Extended I i r r aI
anti-Communist coup that over.
threw President Joao Goulart Insurance For -.
have promised elections for a
Low Cost Homes "
new president In October 19C5 i t rI
when Coulart's successor would TALLAHASSEE (AP) Fir I '
S \ have been chosen. and extended Insurance cover 1:
I
There was a marked lack of age for low priced homes maybe
Interest In non-official circles as available under a new plan t l I
baat\\ authorities completed preparations approved by State Insurance ..
for the Inauguration. Commissioner J. Edwin Larson. r
No flags or banners flew In Larson announced Tuesdaythat
Brasilia's business district.Res Western Underwriters, Inc. 4
Idents of the capital seemed to brought out a plan for homes .
Co"r go about their tasks totally in. valued at $8,000 or less under
different to the event which base rates for 10woCosthomes
.
Basically Castello Branco's In rural and city areas I
regime Is intended to provide a would be established.
transition from military back to Physical condition of the dwelling .
civilian control. But his decl. and Insurable value would
dons could chart the course of form the basis for the new rates,
the ailing nation. Larson said.
The extent of military Influ. He said he hoped the plan
'. net Is expected to become ap. would give relief to thousandsof '
parent early. The composition of homeowners. ."\Ioho have had
us R S Fws Castello Branco's Cabinet also extreme difficulty finding com I 1 Ir''atEi
should determine the degree of panles that would write fire and
tie ultraconservative sentiment in extended coverage for them."
Ccun y the government.All .
t Collie! this will undoubtedly determine

the reaction of the sit' : Claims No Action
able segment of the population
S most seriously affected by the: Taken On Homo -...::;;:;; ....--.. ...'''''

AD recent voters coup.who gave This big Is made electoral up of I Suspects Teaching LARGEST TELESIGN IN U.S.-Flashing ing on 79th. Street and Biscayne Bouevard.

majorities to Goulart and his 1 I JACKSONVILLE AP-John 2,000 signal lamps to an estimated The traveling message a prod.

Labor party.Leftwing. Evans, staff director( of the daily audience of 200,000 Miamians, uct of the Naxon Telesign System of

extremists Infiltrated Florida Legislative Investlga. this electrically-operated Is Gulf American
this powerful force. But It moving mes- Chicago, a joint -
also sought dramatic reforms in tlons Committee, said today 123 sage more than twice the size of WCKT-TV project. Cost of the sign,
[ teachers were under suspicion
an attempt to bring Brazil out as homosexuals and nothing was the one In Times Square will debut to spotlight news and public service
of its .
social and economic stagnation
being done about it. May 11 as a permanent addition to announcements, is approxlm I ately
Speaking to the Florida Fed. the Gulf American Land
The military recently de. 11-story Corporation $100,000
: eratlon of Women's Clubs,
priced this of most of its,
group national headquarters build-
Evans said his committee was
leaders by suspending their political '
not teach.
CHECK Investigating the 123
rights ers "for we are not an enforce. DEATHS
Castello Branco faces a needKip I
ment body. The State Depart. cJle Corner'Our
WASHINGTON poetrll
AP
THESE ( ) Rep.
ment of Education is not Inves.tlgatlng Thomas
J. O'Brien
85, of Chi.
Scofield Cut them. The new Education Democratic
sago, represents
LOW Committee Is not Investigating tive from Illinois from 1933 to Naples'NFor
NEW When Bike Hits them.
1938, and since 1942, died Tues.
'So tar, we have found no of.
Delivery TruckKip flclal agency which believes It O'Brien day after a long Illness. 7 Norris Mr. and Mrs. Lester that is, whose
the oldest member of
; RATES Scofield. 6, son of Mr. take is properly the constituted to under. the House, was nominated for most generous gifts have helped improve this
necessary Investigationand
another city.
term in Tuesday's Eli.
and Mrs. Miles Scofield, 624 action."

( April 1 Bollard PI., was cut about the Evans said that led him to born note In primary Chicago election. He was 1\! -For the activities the laughter and fun, promoted
t 1964 head this mornlrg when he ran wonder "If it Is all right for this
. by our Senior Citizens Committee.
LOCAL RATES . into a bread truck operated affliction to flourish in Florida WASHINGTON (AP) H. E.
: Paul Lloyd Gray, 1694 Van but Improper" to call tor action--For'man, 67, a nationally known ]p-For the palm trees, the passes Doctor Gordon
I Buren Street to control It. figure In the construction Indus.
er 2 'InsertUnsper Naples. .
and Marco the famous Fishing Pier stretching
4 : "Is. . The boy was bicycling along Until the committee was reor. try for many years died Tues.
into the Gulf.
3 or 4 Censecullv- 25. with a number of older boys ganlzed last year following day aftgr suffering a stroke last

'Insertions, per (lice* J8 who were enroute to schoolat charges In the Legislature that director Friday. Forman of was managing Gen.I[[,-For Lowdeimilk Park, Caribbean Gardens and
< the
5 Ceniecutlre 8 o'clock this Its staff stepped out of line In Associated
,nurt'Y. morning riding homosexual investigations, the eral Contractors of America Cambier too the golf links and greens whichis
per line( through the parking lot )Just from 1940
20 16. committee served as an Inves. until his retirementIn splendor in themselves.
Consecutive south of the Liggett drug store. tlgatlve arm of the State De. 1956. He was born In Day.
Insertions, per line, J2. Fearing that he might hit om partment of Education ton, Ohio. J 2-For the Everglades the evenings with its glor
. of the cyclists with his truck
.
. . Gray had stopped the vehicle at Evidence gathered by the $10 GLOOM ious sunsets enjoyed by everyone.SFor .
committee then turned
was over
the time of the accident,accord-: to the State Department of Edu. KEY EST. Fla. (AP) The ;5 the sands snow white on the beaches, the
Ing to Officer Gary Young who cation which conferred with the Key west Citizen has announcedplane
bathing and shelling 'til the long day is done.
made the Investigation for the attorney general's office about to donate (10 to the local
Naples Police Department legal action. public library on every day when Now you just add "Our" to the few lines at hand
the
sun fail to chine here. The
t The boy was given emergency Convictions on homosexual Citizen i Is the southernmost And you have "Our Naples," the Southwest Sun-

treatment at Naples Community charges are grounds for revok. newspaper in the continental coast's most promised land.
Hospital and released. Ing teacher certificate. United States.
11 Edward J. DeRose

'Divorce'If

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you had a little child

Would you stay beside her ?

Keep her pureness undefiled
Counsel her and guide her?

If you had a little child

Would you dare desert her?

If she lan to you and smiled

Could you bear to hurt her?

r Children's hearts are gifts to treasure

% Not to sacrifice to pleasure.


S A, } by Vae Kidwell

'Not So Dumb'She


+ ; makes no effort to impress him
}lst _
With a show of erudition.

1k But she'll pet him and caress him

Using woman's intuition.

7, t
J Knowing any man prefers to

rl I It Think he's wiser in all matters,

She most gracefully defers to
1* 'S1 wtt Him ; it pleases him and flatters.He .


\; y thinks he has the final say
: \ But always she gets her own way.

by Vae Kidwell



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CHILDREN'5 ANSWER TO POP ART pop art show, Student Chris Hyams lampuptrr

15-year-old Judy Romero of Sarasota, indicates his preference which is one

a student in the ogling, Museum of the works to be shown at the Chil I. c Cafeteria

Saturday art classes created "Kanga dren's Art Show which opens for a =' U.S. 4T At Four Corner*

M roo" (fr), Influenced by Marisol's "John" month-long exhibition at the Ringling .....
SPECIALS SERVED
from the Museum of Modern Art's Museums on April 18 = LUNCHEON

= DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY'
THAT EXTRA ROOM,, fRfI SEll PARKING FSI9 100 tAU =
1 = 11.00 A.M. T. 'oU '.M.
MIAMI (AP) What ate pea -
pie doing with their HOMI 0' 'HI FAMOUS
backyard Di...,,'(1,1t I =
bomb shelters n.rKa.. I. cb[IT\\ H &
2-2.1 p"u
0- the About Miami 300 area.were The installed owners in (OlRIS..... l fi ts! M l1 aar:: Thursday Lunch .

have found *U kinds of ,uses for t.
Ask Por (them. They're serving as laundries = GRILLED PORK CHOP
,Cub Scout dens and places C If. 1f A WA :Ia Choice of 2 Vegetables
for weekend campouts.A "

CLASSIFIED' favorite use "is for "".... OCEAN AT 163rd STREET WI S.3441 J = 62c
People keep Christmas. dec >rations .
suitcases, lumber and MIAMI BEACH 54, FLORIDA Chocolate or
dEpgRrME paint in them. '7'1 ", ) I/ ?2 -h
3 c//1d Coconut Cream Pir .
T Vat
And s retired optomelriit has t WP nUJCraul/ i

turned his shelter into an under J COME ANYTIME fRIDAY ,luvt ANYTIME SUNDAY 12c
hound laboratory where h. does
to per person, dhl.' ace Ur
r a e little charity work for my Mey,. 1 $1, 0 (Udi.1Ift.1.win soy,) (.50 .' '..".)





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McNamora-LeMay

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VASt11', ,\ ,AP)-Ser. sians are narruwniK I he .' "i|".

ret,,11'"I> i >li'i.ll5eO i Robert S. One high nffli lOll familiar u ill,

hi! :N.11\1.11'i i 'mod use of !lisa MeNamara's thinking i.ild tie,

tolUkt'iu.' .iinnies to clul. deleoM18(ret an feel It is

Midway 1C1u.'e
i .iusf> lie i..,i tu) kill ut birth our strength. "

AS1Announcements anIII th nit'' declining U.S. "He thinks It Mould be t"UK:

2-2107 in lilt a r\ ''i ''u'I lirlti to sit by and allow creation >r

-- This II"- etched from d". a th..d It is a myth) in his

fetisto out Ills iocu\ as the gulf Jixlgment-thai there Is ajlvs )

TH ; $E FOUR PLUMP ai'.J playful part Labrador pup- widened hetween the sll'Olll' tenliig of our strength, thiscffk'Ul /
wilted defense' sei'retjry' and said.

p hold' the title of Animal of the Day at the the eciiialh strong-minded Air The Defense Departin:" ,

Hi mane Society shelter located at the Naples Air- Fore t'hlt'I"C stiff. statmeiit did not name LeMav.

38-Autos For Sale 48-Apts. For Rent 61 -Income Property uhf M"'hIJIh.' i Pentagon Authorities would not II'kllll\\l.:
,"* They described short-haired in
PV are as
C ranging
PLAZA Issued a statement slresniiift edge it was aimed at the I Oil.

BEAUTY SALON 1954 Buck suo 00. 471 lOIN Aa Fu..h.d, apt 1r Pont III p., Itlandir Apartment Class to. cc or from light cream to coal black, and include "the IIK'r.isiiHmtlitir\ superl t rover slal Air force hlel of
1626 .
t: Tamiaml Trail, wOOS Inquire It 1045 C.ch beach and ..hopP" D..n. III
Midway 687* So 4/tO StAIR Rd j 2951 sand tamo Mai 105 end BeeRaltors : bc'h males and females These pups are 'just a fewof 01'11oC the totted Sites." It staff' who! feels M<'Namara Is

COND 19(1 DODGE: VI Owner 411 SlIt Ave So M came after i'ubIU'jiloii of LeMJV'S plat'Ing too' mm'Ii rellanc IIn

An WILLS branch.HAIR. b..t FASHIONS3BostsMotors yIvc.' AUTOMATIC ING MAY TAKE, POWER TRADE STEER.SEE ciency Air large cond furnnhed StonecraltAptl ell. 2 5221 0/Boll! many canines being offered for adoption and may f'l.'hrU.lf'ollgr..lllolI.l1 missiles and w a\ Ing the maimed!

417 MI 5'h 2 A.un. So. AT 531 10th AVE. SO. AFTER ."' MI 14155 or MI <.2792Furnnhad Rei'aurant HUNGRY for .tie, f 17 000 ba seen at the shelter between 12 and 3 pm. daily testlmom uuilteuutlIttile Bus. bomlwr. to the sidelines too
I PM. 0
apt orn.n 5 10th
IS,000 down. Tom McBride 'Jrt) .
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Ave S. A tIlt St Collier County
R.. 'oS'j Park St So Ml tomor In the SliI'illti| months. Officials 'iHiti#d that there had
We Real Eitat Ml' 2 1919 open
INVITE YOU 2 6844
Acces.I Sundays 4/14 vm If Early And I illns'lltory thliiklnv' also Ii I Army Air Corps been A spate of rttlt 'Isms, In.
LayoffIn
YACHT BROKERAGE TO SHARE t Bedroom turnnhed Effcienc/ 64-Waterfront Property based on know ledge Hut II MIHcomr <; eluding a new defense trategpjptfr \

| Compl.t. Neple Liitmgi OUR SUCCESS!IIu.n. Apt_ No or pet Ml 2 or 59n children 1/11,11 MIZJI7 >lio\\' should cet I 11.11 d ti Still spelling out the views of

Yin j Inboard Boat From 20 I bdrm turnnhed Neer YANRlE LANDING Coop Steel Would rome b\ qulrklx varums substitutes \ Song Fits Slid of "kS.lllldU'1I strongest

Bob Martin, MI I 3707BrunkSmth ..5 is .roatl Th. naw beach and shopping apt*W..lly, hunting Compare the .kcutuni III'" a.jlljhle [or i; foes IXMI. BJirt Golduater of

COro Craft Solos. Chryiler Corporation car are morthl your around Mid.wa new opt on concept Cheiapeek in waterfront Ava Co large iHinilxT of end uses A1lWIta.I
t telling like hot cake* Com In'od.y 2 lrOlr 3/IO II in Oyt Hurt South Viet Nam
tar Bay See Economy .
SPORTS FISHERMAN and tak. a tail drive in Burton Broi it Ml today 2 2121 or after call hIlt Gclilwuter1'' i 1'.11141'1'| dui.itmoslh

21 Ft. Ulrlehion Hying bridge. the car of your choice, Completely lurnithed air cond hours Ml 2 1937 3,27,tl PUBLIC NOTICE S.IGO5'lItli Vl.-l 1'0111IalAr on the 0' "' of missile
225 Gray Marina tleep th.... S3 Old Starlira, 2 dr 2 bdrm CIa TV
complata with, tithing, chair* hdtp PS 4 PB auto cable, Tr.t.p": : All i rm altctrie Lov.'y' I..IIy Iv.n.h.d J bom NEW \'OHKAPHhIS\ steel ( ) The song about "Tlieiiin rl.'lI.1hllllIII' h ilungod him

and many othtr ..t.... Top window, & teat WW, kitchen and wall heater. car. d'Ion.d 2 "h, home 1I"ullully, ......11 I I.nd.c.p air" con, mIlls i Iavt, played a big pan In WHEREAS: RESOLUTION. purtuant to the ferineof .\ Air Coip sllll (Ito in Into culluion with Me Nam.ir:i ,

condition Brea I tin 1495000, Call Burton Air" 13595 00 paled living, rm Also com, operated .. .d IZ5,000 Ilc.lI.nt financing, boiMlnt. today's econom trecoid .' Section III et leq of the Florid, South VM NJIII early In GoliUatt>r't> q"tfM
____ 6Z Chav Bel Airs VI At. wether A dryer Available Call C.pt Burton, Imperial. levels. Out some are Statutat Annotated the Board of t'.S.' \rni, fliers aif drawing the itepubllcan 1'1'1',1<1<' : illlluiltttllit
30' 10' houtaboat PS. R & H. I April" IS Dec I or on a P.op..t, MI 2 2128 altar County Carntnunsionsrs, of Collier !
Bottla Sl895
and refrigerator 1963 modal gus 61 FlIconR.'schns I. 00 yearly, rental' Ml 2 4071 laou... M' Z.JU1. 3/21,11 now warning that the Industry' County ( political' tubdivuian of the btiltfls fiom the Vlot Cung and iii. The senator Is .m I

tl.SOO. Locatad at Boat Haven Mick' 99500 4I4JIFurnohed might be lit for an earl) Slats of Florida. acting a* a port i aiiide icinjiki from Ihe legiu Air rorit He"i-r\e major ,. MI.
Naples. Inq 4/10,5t 61 I Cannot AT both tops and apt 'for rent. 10th 65-Gen. Real Estate summer. authority" : n authori.d and empowered ; tar All hone. eral.Insteid.
to contract tor INS
tonneeu ROW WW Ave, S. A (in St Collier County purchauof
6 cyl Univartal I Marina Engine' t 4 brrl. $2650 00 Real Ettale, Ml 2 1919 open Output normal!)' dips fiom lo acquire, and maintain, to con \ "grass ttHils air force," the l't'III.1I n' blunt
Complata. Firit (100 take. it, il Chryiler Wagon Sundays 4/14! THIS IS YOUR t racl dobts for tha acquisition, o. \rinj aimed ileaih '
(for
Ship Ahoy, Marco Island PS. PB WW. New buy a home 11, sataoason.able opportunity to. June to September a num. con.t.uclon 01. 10 borrow mon.y. 'e\; r"I'\lIIII.llnall" ftehter was at illimllniluesiiniiH
4/10.5t Paint 1995 00 Mod..n1 b'd.oom un'u.n.n.d price! tier o| teasons such as \aca. t nab.advancen, and to onsua bond,, IHIIM'.IOIS sweep dully ovei" Ih,' ( raised "rei ,irdln: the
tl Austin, I Owner 495 00 APARTMENT with complete 3 Ion SO'"135' each. o. olh.. Dblo.aton.. to a,vane. enl flat nuKiiliuik1' of iu
il Buick LeSabre utchen Near beech end ihop on TRAIL (Ions that clone more cuoOIIItti'rsplantS port 0' all 01 such .cqUton, CansOroctuon ; griMMi Mekoiie! SOlver ddu, < : 'UIIt'rllIl.lt,

Business Opps.Local Ht At. PS. R &4 H dr. ping BY SEASON OR YEAR 2 TERRACE lots. WoUO'DRIVE each N in Naplei Naples! each )/'t>,ar. Out this time '. of any port faculties. |"hl (\rI''I'hllllt| | and lui'jMi>g uul whether II Is C'OIlIIlIUllljt to
195 9th Av So, Ml 7.3303 and 10 do all thin gsttscassar y .n 1, the 01551W.0 ll i .
Sharp 1/9500 Villa City water available there are same added ones that connection therewith, enenn LeMay i ilitil toted U stl.
butinett man would like' II Pont Star Chief 4 dr., 2 NAPLES PARK lot*. SO'>I1Sech lop and in pre: The raised those
advance pilot i c'lllutl'Itul 1 .hl'll'
to buy going buiinett. with. At PS.. PB. factory might Ihe timetable. ervat'on of the health afety. met) ( loiioIs mony qU..III"'s.'
small oath outlay, Write Boa air. I owner 1795 onI 49-Houses For Rent TPcaalfce can sell you a qu.l. There are rumors that the f aroan* of d taid convenience of the inhabitent better than an) <>f Ihe nun. Ufritltls would neither I ion.

in RR Collier, County New 61 I factory Ambattador wegon, Cottage for rent, t/S per me thus tty 110w.lots -to Coma go on In Citltsr and d's.Ca auto makers' are planning an proper public county purpote and and all for a 1 bat pianos the U>. and 'Vlel. firm nor ch>ny whether" Me Na.
4/J2.5I. PS
R 4 H air PB..1J95 no plus utilitiei, See Mr*. ...ton "un price I term. on th... earlier changeover to new WHEREAS th* Board of County,, nami'se' air foire ate using In tIara Ind Inlllaled the state
W* Commissioners
NTT TT5 Buvr--
IS or 20 unit, of going moIstpartmonts 60 Buick LaSabr 2 dr 4/12051 Puttie at 311 10th Av*. So p.op..t". modi-Is. That would mean. clow by retolution it authonied from time to provide to: Viet Nam. II Is a t\\liM'iiglne, meiil, which wts: Issued! In the

pral.rably on Ih. PS R&H,PB shorn AT 149500 House and See Naples Soulh and Model tog down aulo plants for a while the time for the i ittuence of bond lou Crummni Moha\\ k, or JOV1C. 'name of the Ix-Ii'iit-e Depart

complete gulf Send 1963 prc.tatamenl, term of and Income W Lincoln 4 dr. HI Comp Mnntlo. ooa..cffi"lh Iorrsnl Ans So Homei on display and changing the schedule for perl purpose of tOo of cotl paying of acquitilion all or' any of/| Some Air l-oice men artuc ment.

and enpente*. Writ: Equip, w fact air Remember. to rent. buy or delivery of steel. tVmand for such port facil It'. ttHi hut a plane! for the Jill they said It .1 "u''I I ol

Ralph Wallace CO Dod.I owner Pioneer., above Wagon... I79S 00 I bdrm 2717 furmihad house. |59 I ..II"' contact stec'I would then slacken a bit SOLVED NOW THEREFORE by the Board, BE of IT County RE:. Arm)', and that, the Ainu Is Suave come it .' nit Iii> ap-"
921 Ruttell St. per mo Davit Blvd Ml
Lucille Otto
Leah
Ottumwa. Iowa VI At PS. RON 109500 23010 3/2Stf Brown earlier than usual since less Commiiaionert' of Collier County. horning In on an Air hurro pioval or knuv\ lt!dte; of the SIftS
B9 Crown 'Imperial. 4 drHt .. 'Virgil,' Marcum. Bob Jaeger Florida. at follow "
41 I 4.2t excel! condo I block Iro-n court home. 2 would lie needed for this year'smiitlt'ls. I To contract for and 1 lo ac- function by using II. n-tiry.

I owner 129500 bedroom furnlehed home Air DEWEY POLLY qours by pu'ch.. and to hold ai Ia rilots of lily run'* 23rd 1 And this approval uul know)

12-Help Wanted St Ht .dr.t dr air DeVille 1795 00 cond 510 'p.r elec month heat,plus city ut/titus.w.t./ REALTY Still more uncertain a proti.pf.ct certain parl and tract..c..Ion.1 of teal, properly'.elo'y. located .. Special WoII'CoI.1'vl. ul tloll de.i I'llgloul,1 ln\e uipllc'd to ito

99 Old 91 4 dr. Hdtp AT Adults, nO psIs. Ml 04002. Is how upcoming labor, In Collier County. and more i Udinii'iil who fly the Mohawk 'ullhmli-1II111'\f OliN Itli tntelll.Rence I.
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MAN WANTED to manas ..ndoper.l. PS. PB. auto window, Furnnhed houie for rant.. Air Corner ol lit Ava No. ATamiami negotiations with the aulowork particularly deicribed ai follow: say (hey'ie not trying lo torn. Infill'm.il Ion almul roU.
4 teat. Potl aotra conditions, ,. Michigan, Av. near Trail All that part of Section 20 andpart
Watkns Rout. '
in Ih" clean era union might affect dealers'buying of Section, 17 lying South, pete with anyone lull are jiiitI live I'.b..Soviet ktreiikths than
149500 Party 7S
.... Would con..d.. 'tidy 40 Pantry | per. mo Ml Ml 7.4355totice
to 60 years old E..nlnll. 01SI25 SI Ford Cuttomlma 24491 or 1:41 Frank Whitman, of this year's models.Thi of South Wig: 'ins Pan I In Townanip: 41 I doing' a jot). One pilot ohHerved: Is normally allowed. out by the

DO p" w..k from tho very 56 J d,. R4H slick 495 00 Blvd. 4/41.11 're Is some talk of a .pos.slMe all ni paniaanusltts Range 2S Eatt'..ppu..n.n'th..lo :[ "We need I Ihe Air force! foicover. Pentagon.Asktul .

b.nnn., For p..on.1 I Int... wagon Plymouth VI Savoy. stick' 2 dr. S4S 00 Z'jdri hou>* lurniihed' alto buildup In sl o'k. as a whether by accretion or r*. Our job Is In close why (this ...Ita was be.
view In your horn. write MrMcGantv I bdrm houi furnithed Call Iicluoat' lying' Wsstsrly of a.
P O Bon 627 Willulon Si Plymouth 4 drR4H .. Ml 23891 after S: IS pm. hecUe against the chance of II.5lrlkp. line. as sot 10,10 aersaoboundary I | griMind cuppoil. We! work dl. Slug released now, a S|
Florida. 32f>96, 4/10.31 stick 495 go 1/31.tf ac.rOainaerss, b.t..n 5ev.. redly with Infantry division said, "These tllll'I"I'| |' I' are ooitulo.'

WOOD CHRYSLER 5 room houie. furniahed 131 N. it faster inW An auto strike In Itself would .Corporation.I)' Investment, and Company Scepter Corpora Curlew.1 commanders In the field. When III governmenl fioni time totlmo.

13-Help Want. Female Mh St Ml 2 7401 or Ml 24211. aXfeft the steel Industry quick. lion dated July 14. OttO recorded I hey need pictures of the (>111'. ."

PLYMOUTH, INC. 4/10 St50Rooms ly and drastically, slncp Detroit July 2S 21S I960 deed In between 0 R, Book Met | ny, we can ciiply' them In a To suplKirt( Its 1I'I'I..r.1I11I1I tOil
Secretary wanted for small of. page i Forrett
lice. Must b. able to lake die 2640 N. Trail, Ml t IMI 1 Mm Is a major customer. Walker, et al. to Beverly In veil. .w hours, and we can get them our erlorlty| "lias bevu In.reaslng .

tation, and operate an electric for Rent Steel salesmen also are in. men Company an Illmoii, corpora. where they're needed. <' and we Intend that It
Send lion, dated March 21 tOOl and
typewriter return* to Box 40-Autot
toll JJ Collier County NewtVtaitreu Repairs s Parts crPaslngly up against new recorded April 1. lIlt In 0 R The lurblne-powered Mo. shall c'out I nun In 1m'rease," the

f/5.tf Room and privet both twin I Ihlriklng! by customers (Itt In. Book A 12., Pulling peg* 74, deed al, betweenJohn I 1 hawks carry, bucldus sophlstl. Pentagon dl!..i'losed thai
et to Boy
LOOK HERE! bed. 2 blk*. from beach and vetitttrles. Most users now are any Invettment Company an II: cated camera equipment, rock -Ttit, United taLg9 I I'.I' !I '40
wanted Apply In par- ,, ._ town. 242. ,Tlh, ,,A.V" So 3AOt, -I' ..no'o."o..I'on.' dated June I,., lotnootnets ieQfo'aTlalert '
naniMggoflReaalI, Napier 1t M M fl irf' -],, < Cl! I, ,pUying "C3uttoua'stocks and 'tec' Hig loot l end recorded eta and two rtJ-cifllWlf machine .tr.'f.1" ;.
on July I. 1911
Shopping Canter. 4/1.tf Wondering where to go .prlvel.' Room 1127 11th S' to a minimum. They In 0 R Book 17, page 430; deed gun*. They could\ carry boinlii and Hut tlio Soviets. "CI'"

Experienced waitrett Apply in With car problems ? ro MI .3094 0' MI 2 4941. To know that steel shortages are between Collier Development Con and napalm 1,011kg0 but none of place over this i "l1nlrUII two-
perion .t Andy Pt, Barbequa your J/29 sos r."on. a Florida corporation. to: missions no nmnt thin
most! unlikely. They can wall to Investment Company an the half-do/en Mohawks In way ,

4/.1f Factory Finish' Paint Job 51-Wanted To Rent see how their own prospectslook IllinoIs, Corporation, dated' June I. South Viet Nam are permlttfd 270 IxiinlxTS, |111'luillni 1 I *o
Wreck Rebuilt, 1961, and recorded I. .
July I9MIn mediums tint uulil, lilt
PoliticalCandidates his oiilj
In the fall without putting extra ordnance. >
I un.ups I 0 R Book U at pege 115. ca'
14-Help Wanted Male
Front and al gnment, WANTED May tirsi t bid In orders In late spring or early copt fan a 30 foot strip for road Pilots of the Z3rd believe5 Alaska und the U..S. Northwest
ASS'T room fun.h.d, hauoo. .h'o' way in Section' 20 Town nevertheless that -The* Air tune. his ulxmt 710lner
r.ALt.5 MANAtot.H Motor OverhaulTrantmittion apsr0. summer. hip 41 South Rang 21 Eat In they are (he
id.ol Abo..worbing...ra., .condition...nn., await wth, rabuiltLubnicaliOfl :'tl or hat duplex, yearly in rental City: Quiet with: Thus It is assumed that most Collier co..n't.' Florida. the Said, only U.S. Army unit flying ( <'onllnctnljl l Iii list Il' nils

It .00d .dmn"I.o. MU.I bd coupl. no p.rt".. no p.... orders the mills are now gt>t. follow ruNl.of* ..n. defended a* com hut planes In com hat any. sties re.idy t/) Unm i> while till
.bla I Octonsan 4 wo.k ..11.0.tivoly Brakes Wrote p O. lox 972 N.pl. All buvli'U have less lli.in .
advertisements
1/21.1' political ting, and that are keeping them '..,nning at a point on INS South where In the world. onu.ourili
with aalctmen m srowmg: Polish 4 Wax at line' of the laid Section 20 d.itantnorm The Mohawks ( hilt. nuiiilivr III i 1"1'.1111111.i
Nap .* Real Ettata Company for Sunday's NEWS must be going a highly prosperous UDI foal W..t of the loulh..t are scheduled
peclalKing, ,n quality hornet Don't look any further are for use by the cus. co.n.. thereof for Integration Into Th ut woulij, lie fewer tlian 187
Submit 54-Trade or SellDO In the nw''p p,r office by pace : run West on Ohs a provision
retume to boo 1737 AA See
Soulh line 31 U "W Suave I 192
!"d.. fast; Ihonee al Army aviation I'ol.trls nils
Collier
County Now 3/11,11 Fridav I battalion
not Inter than
4pm. at runt didance ,
angle o
Ingram Chevrolet Inc. kites ,ileiuyoij| tho Soviets luv
which, will Include | ;
of 30 feet ,
HELP WANTED YOU HAVE ANY INTER Fnr weckloy, pnHlmtlon ftrlv ; thine Eatt parallel helicopters,
Leading quality and e.pending 130 9th St. N. Mil.StOS ESTING STAMPS TO SWAP ..rtisin r miiat h, r1ltp.1"y ) ] PUBLIC NOTICE with' the paid' I.r.ut line a dit \light spotting planes, and Iran*, ,ulifitjntldlly fewer suhotnaritlo.I .
home builder, H of rnpv lance ol 200 more or I leu, I launchvil
orgamiation Oasis*. '1.. avnau plus good damp 'purl and administration crafl. lulllstlc nilslle InuiMtrullon.
Sods a mature. productivelumen on hand Call Ml 2 U85. 4 p.m. tho rUy) prior toim NOTICE Of INTENTION TO to that certain boundary line b.
.. with a view, toward 4/12.It ",rtion, Thin ft nn nhnolutiirlvudlin CLOISTER' FICTITIOUS NAME tween Beverly 'lnvelmnt Com They are part of the, Army's ( a'
'the tutors Eoc.lI.nl working 41-Truclci Tractors TIM underlined do hereby certlfy p.nyao 0 Scepter Coiporaton, ac ,support command In Viet Nam -VIi. ]>'Urls sul>marliiesiir <
conditions, Contact Fred P.uly. and It i I. frnrl! mat ttiey ... eonductiflf, ., bull cording' to an agreement' dated ,
Michigan, 55-Stores Office July 14. 19(0 and recorded July I hoadod by Brig Gen. Joseph C.titwehi all lojr-iitiweriMl: only i
Hom.. Mooring Line to the advuntiifff of th. ..r.t.nrtipr ness at Naples. Florida. onus the .
Drov. The Moerino. of Piapias.3lt.tf Do you know you can get I Iclitipua nemo of COASTAL CON 25 50i50nl O R. Book f'? at page S i small (ivnentaKe ut Suvlt tnl .
CMC 1964 SOlon pickup' truer tn ;plxr-a I the Ad si ITROCTIOI.I and that said firm Ii 235 to InclusIve l l : th* Public site SuIts
for only 11799 See Q H. LUFF, Off,c. Space 12 x 19 ft ForRant that full composed of the following, record of Collier County Florid: are atomic' .run l'i.
LUFF GMC. 'INC 421 9th St at tOO mo Coast early aa ponmlil nn namee and 01 porsoeswhose thence Southeeiterly along theaforiiaid latin missiles c'un hu Broil fri, i
Experienced diahwathar clean No temporary location Colony I Bldg f6a: Otto ;... 'o sttfntion can h. givfn to eirh dance aro at follow places real agreed boundery, a dn $30,000 In Jewels under wjtvrt the S"vl"t mlssllei.
4 hour ,
rn'MW':84o: : ava J/l5ltf Donald R WilliamiBonita lance ol II loot more or less to th*
4/9 tf .t1\I.plt1l'nt. South line ol l'III't. Inch; Polaris '
-- -- -- Florida laid Section 20; thence Stolen From Car U.S. rex kt-l
TRUCKS It I. s atat Iv.r.ilinlr l law John W Spring.Even : Weil on laid South line, 190 ,.*l has at least I 'iOO.tuoile
a
57-Houtes For Sale raiiRti;
WANTED more or loss to Ihe Point, of ..
ENGINEER: SURVEYOR Your Choice (29500 thit all polltirsl sdvertiilng) Ownarthip Naples. Florida of COASTAL CON ginning, To be uied at a County Of Gem Salesman the Soviet inlssllirX less than SOO.

Have part time or lull timework h* paid In a'lvenro uilng th* STRUCTION la ae follow Road right ol way and only at a As for relative IxmilMir
:
$orn.o t low week at b T. Ch... W.Ik.I" OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS triplicate) check forma is authorii'd Donald R' William 50% County Hoed r'ghl ol wey OHLANUO (AP) Fast workand
general' layout auggeitlont for I T. Fod Walk In LESS THAN 12,000 CASH WILL 2. laid contract IS lo ba performed' strength since 19CT tho I'onta.
John W Ever '
60% of lo< ki .
knowledge >arentb
developing, .c...... Part highland BUY A MODERN 1 BEDROOM under Florid oto.tutu. II i* their intention to apply ta ai soon o. th* hereinafter tntontuoredkand a : ap| lOll htatemeiil siig!:Msted this
part water frontage hoar ALL IN RUNNING 2 BATH HOUSE IN Special pontloninjr of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in end ere legally told I* pay netted Jowel thieves, Ohio" favors the United St.otes..ttlgtISis
by...... Interested party CONDITION WITH EXCLUSIVE AQUALANE for Collar County Florida to refi sat 500 00 for the taid: property 'proKlmately $30,000 wurtli of
Ada will not b .old and all
to St Charle Charities Illinois
BUYER
please writ brief .,perl.ince SHORES ASSUME far the "d name of COASTAL an U.S. woollIer f.ur"e on i'","1.
19U LICENSE PLATES PRESENT MORTGAGE. OWNER Ad ill b the non profd corporation together' with |gems and gold rings. .
III I'h'''
record cars or this nawtpap IIIml CONSTRUCTION under the provi bat alert has ln> ruascxl from
the .
WILL TAKE 2ND MORTGAGE corporation .on.bl. epenied > The theft occurred
Ban 1737 00 4/1.5t lions of Chapter tan. Law of Tunidaynight
Your Choice $295.00 raieful sUrntion ) in and less tli.ui COO then
FOR BALANCE CALL Florid, Ads of It4lDONALD acquiring holding ; while the So.
OX 4 3143. FT. MYERS. FLA conveying, good and merketeble title. I IIree from the automobile of
WITNESS our hands this 41h vlet liomiwr force has
15-Sales Help Wanted FURNITURE FAIR COLLECT FOR DETAILS AND Fabrsar 0904 dayol and cleer ol all hen and *n. William Warwick of .'Springfield stayed
APPT. TO SEE HOUSE 0 R cumberancet. of laid land to Coll,er shout the name.liolh .
NO. TRAIL42Machinery : WILLIAMS County, Flonde I Pa.
payment lo be
JOHN W EVER sides had only about "u
MALE OK FEMALE LAKEFRONT DUPLEX Itt. PUBLIC NOTICE made at or on conveyance 01 said The jewelry and ring sales
SOO, IMO dn. 1122 II par mo Mar H Apr. I, S, I). 1164 cl property handful of Intercontinental halo

MUST BE LICENSE!) a Equip.Good I ude. rented for 161 per mo, 3 To iltue port facility, bondi and 'man told officers the thlaves alit list!'' missiles or s:I'murlrie.laiim .
REAL ESTATEBE Here your chance to buy a NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT INTANGIBLE tell the lame, hold'ng the proceed! i a 124.tOuId, sample case from
home and Income, See BURTON PERSONAL PROPERTY" TAXES in a ipecial I fund from which the 'hed missiles condition, annually In BROS 121 3rd Av*. 10. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE erpenae ol the aforementioned the trunk of his autumohlle back In January 19C1 the Per,.
YOUR OWN BOSS ipected IS H P High Preieur Ml 28201 4/5 00YANKEES A. p.o.d.d by Chapter 22161. Acts of 1'''. notoea .is h..by guosn th.1 ch.1I shall b. p"d and per par's' hotween 7 and 8o't\ k ,
Boiler, with, oil burner fully Intangublo P..on.1 I P.opert1 boss 0550555 d fOC 1961 arenow "nq..nt. sraunatte. lOt out InrItIs and ..ondton. tauon said.
Tuesday when h made
EXCELLENTPROPOSITION automatic, with 4.000 gal Heavy LANDING a .totally .. and b.nnna, w'h April hi, such I aaesa'e drawing mtarett of 1% a night The lm| Ural Ion here was that
Duty Hot Water Coil, Heater front C new conception in w" month. and the proportionate cant 01 publishing th. notice Unlett the '. The total' amount of the Issue I brief Mops at a shopping" center
Chetapeek both stiles
on Ava l started at al"out the
Tank Ufo amminos UI the II be IJSO 000 00
Storage | to II J 000 See it tppaitO .ch name belOw are paid bsfore tOe first. day 0' and motel.Warwlc .
CALL MI .'-J35:!: : !\I AND nom or call Burton Broe Ml May t.. ...c..on. mull Isoos Ihenean for Sony upon asp property rosl, b Lault bond .h.1I b iantarelat same place three yearigo and
1/27,11 Heavy duty .4" Steel/ 12.000 gal 22121 after hour MI 21124 Personal 0' Inland, belonging to Ohs 0 000ays'. Inc unpaid taaos DsnalOiasand IhO preva uting market rate ;k said\ he was a sales that the lulled States has vault
long atorag tank Phone Beach JII7. add.tional cools Th. name of (.". ... Sotttangi Die pertonel prop .O'ch shell bo sos than the man for the E.11In.colu/JItJl. King
Hotel Ml 22141 h. 401. _ _ arty itatutory meaimum td ahead not" slowed down
Club I""y" and Ohs amounto 'InCltidung' the Cast 0' sdvartisurg and Vivislofof
the : fnll'xulWat'h
'111,14.15 the first ", o.th. follow All bond shall mature within, Ugln testified
penalty ar* a* LeMay before a
23-Mlic. For Sale little beamed calling
Charming '
TAXPAYER AMOUNT I IS year from dele ol lltul Co.IndudelJ.
2 bdrm home on large fine d Each bond will ba redeemable House Appropriations sulx.om.mlttee .
Nancy H .. .
il cu II AMI Idot,1onalor.Big 44-Mobile Homes tudded lot Leated for I'J par MrS. Helen' Cornwall E Feuter HOI 21 41 after I t year* from del of ossoa In the loot were 729 In late February. That
Ireeier al top Eicellent month. $9.500. term Burton under the term and conditions gold wedding rings 089 matcne
Motel' ;
Condition, Onlv h5 00 il old Bro Ml 2.2121. 4/1.1' Naplet Inc 2024 was before a decision was made
iisr; tat out on the face ol th* bond
with cabaDaan 4 4 .
u Roy Line Odhnar 2024Queyle diamond engagement, and wedding .
quickly_ Ml I 24104 alter. ...!.. pm port for .ont O. ..I.. Nics' 10. OPEN FOR INIPeCTION: 2 Lumber Company IM tl 5 It.. form ol the bond *hall b* to extend his tenure as Air
MAPS tat,on. Ml I 24ISS or 22712. A 1 BR home* on 1 1th Aol April' 15 194 .IOI 0)) .Sem annual I coupon bond. rings; six blue Llndu sap. Fore chief of ,staff seven
City County Topo 12711 10. between kIN A SlIt St* ....-- roe t'irtd it to principal. and f rhlre rings and assorted jewel.ry. .
interest at the opt on ol the months the
XEROX Copyina. InitantlyCAPLES Will trade acreage free end price from 114 '00 to |I7 SOO LEGAL NOTICE: UQAL.o; I beyond July 1 ex.
BLUEPRINTING. clear for 10 wide trader. Col WILLIAM STONE, INC NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLEPERSONAL purchattr plralloll date of his present
((21 [lIeu'on shill keassO
611 tth Av.. So, Ml 22152 her County Real Ettat MlI Builder PROPERTY TAXES Poll' said the lock on War.ulck's .
owl in I.c'.on JlS et *eq Florida term
.3/1 IffBeautilul .3919. Open Sundayall 10 Tenlh St No Ml' 2 S'31 At provided by Chapter 20721 Acts 0' I"I. notice it hereby g,yen Statutet Annotated automobile trunk showed
custom wood kitchen >/ .watl that Tangible Pertonal I Property Taiet attetted for lOOt are nw d*. III) Denammalon, bll' I 11 I be I no evlllinn of being tolrtllered, M' Namara's associates Insist
cabinet. Pt.no,55 ad. low proc l.nquent and otg,nmng with April lit tacIt 0 beta's drawing mterett II.00000 each | relations between the two men
*d Immediate delivery. MllioM 48-Apts. For Rent 58-Lots For Sale of 1% p., month p11.. the proport,cnele COlt 0< publitnmg th,. notice 141 Place of pa/ment of pnnNeo 'Alih. The thieves, police said' are 'ordlal. But there Is
l/IOtf Unless oDe amount eat oppotit eonhna me below are paid ba'or the Cp.1 and ,ntsrnI shall b. the .either. had a key or good knowl. a
first of May warrant* will b* issued Iorasasdirettipg levy upon and First Nat.anal' SanS .f Piaplan' strcji:K belief the derision to ex.
I H."y duty SkI, Hadgs Trim' DONY UNTIL'.UY YOU 0"SEE RkPoY POUT ROYAL Lot22 Galleon sailor* of the Tangible Personal Property of'fhe; te peyar for unpa'd and tOo Chaso fit anOatlon '.nk. 1 edge (of locks. tend, LeMay until Feb. 1 was
mer and 100 of heavy duty YANKEE S LANDING' Drive Far Sale or Trade taco., penallios, and add'tu aoatea ts. Th. .m.. 0' detueguon"' 0 parsonel York Neo York
cord ud tosS then 2 h... writ 0 J. Herbert 2120 PasO property taxpayer* and tha amaunt of ..... including the Cast o'NAME I Trie i tu* than be dated. Nvember .. 'hlefl that of President John
E act n gonasoa I dIfononti A Road Oanen Corns It I'ays To Adtrrlis
4110.5t udvertisiog, first .. I IONS *
and menlO an fleo5
p.n.lt1 .ra
....."on. Co 011 O. C".P..a.A 01 bo040 .h.lf 0.payaNie son
Maylag washing macNina.Wningor nsnOy5tOn Say Loaso witS T* tattle Ettai Lot II SonS AMOUNT TIlt issoa .
t. Buy Suntan Snus Mi K Pn* o Angler' Motel .. __ _.__ S IIM 1,0w andsocuro d bll
typo' :' 2:0.d'4rmWELL. : 101,00 39J7 AItI "'NR'dl ALt.n.r"; L H Auttilt __ 4 17Devid the lull lath credit and too,.gpswor o
good cond. Mt 12111 O' MI S J/" If -- -- : Coun' .
.. 01 CUll,5 10"
Nil rail. Ml 2 >I5< ?/lit! S.*" __ 4 17Central
ahow the ;;;;: .;;; ,. apt.wacO. SI' ,;;; ida .nd/o. .11 ..v.nu.5 dl shall
kept carpet Citiee UIIChokMotae
remit of regular Slue L.i tre I Utilitio,uest :C'd';; 515 p Shudnsia.e 1'0. 10" Sc"oo'W..oed. g.ty Lot satyr soar Small Sery.ee Boat Dock_ 24 .IS be doe 10 Collar County. .. FLY ..z NAPLES
wink 1401Croock from the leny
(peril on
*
proceed
R.nt electric Lee .
pot cleaning Rd. Sneilalle. (say Tarms Call Fetter. Slctg CantOr __ J JtOulf :
ah.", _,. |1. Naple* Furniture Mfnway 2 cool .' Hotel 7541Harold rat* track MIAMI
fritfSASAL ses yR. -
4/14 toes 4 can bond elect ;
a par
Co. kroker59Acreage Rob: iil.----= ?,. ,. 7 M ,..*nlol lo Solon tOO 211 ,0'j10 a-- J.1-
SHOCkS APIS '''..ohl.* Autt_ M..... W t. i iImmot.i. Statute Annoteted at amended to
Elloenc e* available Kelly Rd' .. Tfactor Company M" ;del: me *whether e meiorrty (I freerigfder
Transportation and Areca Ave Ml 1 44SS Jornxy JohaetM tl.It i will are qu.IoI'.d elector. New Schedule
Year Round Daily
SiZe OfFunOtiId Kelly Barter Shop __ IN
______ 5'5 tn favor of said issuance a*
tellable .I"r'uadA; : to dnv: For trailer ur nome*"to over George Lowe Contractor 21 fl ,sot Soil above and the lame i* Nero
car t* time I bdrm 1 acre tractt T', acre S acre M 4 M Manna. .. I** *' *. ordered to be held' en May IIH4 To Miami
during month of April' Ml' 7.304136Wanted Ml 2 2iSS or apt 2 1131l4tf Adult tract with electric' y and trying McKMini OslO M utual election polling placetI Naples
only roads Other t acreage tract Motel Naple' ,.... .. 014 To pubt, th a copy ol I lha reofction ;
|20 dn 120 per mo and up Niaie Cvttem PaxMirig ,.... .. I.B .n Th* Colder County Newiiie 7:45 AM I 11 I 30 AM 345PM.
To Buy Collier County Real Estate Ml Naple' Roofing 4 Sheet Metal C. 'v'. ow II a ueper ol general circulationM Miami To
Efficiencies. Day Week or 2 I'M Open Sunday NoenM __ lilt Collier, County for a least one ( Naples
Month. IRIS MOTELI Ml 2/IMfoth 9tuyl Lomber C.....,..., 4.l 71 each .eek tar four contecutiv
WOULD LIKE: TO BUY A 22M2 or Ml 2IISSF the date ol tIle first .publcal .
and Ray A.O 4 Truck Service '' week! 900: A.M. 2.1 15 P.M. 500 P.M.
GOOD 7* NP OUTBOARD II in enraniacls IS 00 dn F L Ills shall b. April I 1964..nd.t
MOTOR AT A REASONABLE -,.n.*ke. I _'..." apart $000 p.r "'0. se .nl...... SJM f t ;itdle'r: : lawn Ssrvwe -. .1 S 7$ leant W days prior to said elect,on0n
PRICE SEE GLENN TURNER I mIni huge l'v-.. roor*. kitchen One mile from Gattdan Oats. tarter t Solo Shop M II th. lltl day of March |M4BOAMO Connrrtiuna and IO.10rvatIse! ta any point In the world
AT COLLIER COUNTY NEWS t beth MI 2-MII 2/ihf Cty. Collier Count? Paal E. S."_'. Lodis 4 tV* lid OF

I11l1UMr-' ;:;. :oasd 5 tOOOnow aol f bdrm tote/I'II"'O.kIt 1'191' Opo" Sunday ShaN Art ediaslri.s il MS OF COUNTY COLLIER COMMISSIONER COUNTY' NAPLES AIRLINES
e' apt hoar baacsa... .... 554I 'gncrtft II MSmoke FLORIDA
RENEW YOUR 4'DRIVER'S mantIs and up ICIM.EIIILYA Movt 21 MSlumbet
BY DEWEY POLLY SapS. Airport Concourse S Miami Airport
M"" 75097 -'Li.If C.sFL lifE: SFrOR: Appl.anr 21 I*
LICENSE T? StatIon 4 L..",.. 13 I* ChernarATTEST Ml NE 4-5811
.. 4 IUBUFR STAMPSMl R .. 2-34J4
Btdroom fun ie > ic/ L T em., il IS
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DURING YOUR .1. --. .PI No pet or c..'"' .... Midway Wn'i G..... I II I ') MARGARET C'sr5 1: .' C''t Cwt HIT Ticket office Nipl.s Travel Agency 4 CornersJ
r' 2 3317 or l69n 4/i 2-2107 Aar" IS !I'f'
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