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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
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Creation Date: April 21, 1964
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40TH YEAR-NUMBER 189 8 Pages 10 CENTS TUESDAY APRIL 21, 1964



Ar d 'Musical Chairs' At Commission Meeting Clamp Rules


On ArchitectsFor



The County Approves New Schools

or TALLAHASSEE (AP)-With a
$75 million university construe
By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS
tlW lion program In the works, the
z Florida Cabinet adopted build. '
VIENTIANE Laos (AP) -
Ing rule today aimed at
Neutralist Prince Souvanna pre.
venting what it called monu.
alttlon Phouma government claimed today continues his co.to Golden PlatIn intents to architects from getting
Gate past the design stage.
fUnction despite the right.wing
The
coup which unseated him two purpose of the rules, said
days ago.Souvanna, Cov. Farris Bryant, was to keep
the Cabinet Informed in each I
made the declara.
stage of design and
tlcn: from the balcony of his what resembled a game of ting the ability of Golden Gate jest, then internal canals will to constructionand I
that
assure
villa where right-wing military "musical chairs" (without the Estates. have no value, he said, and the new bulldlngiwere
leaders still have him under music) the County Commission Hancock continued, pointing burden of completion could fallback structures compatible and with existing
without
1 a= house arrest at this morning's session voted out that outfall drainage canal on the taxpayer of the coun. artisticfrills

two-town to approve a platof proposed by GGE: were guaranteed ty. "We want I.
our to be
of Golden Gate.The by corporate bonds If campuses
3
Unit City l
MOSCOW Soviet harmonious
(AP) The said the
governor
bloc's economic organization be request was made by Golden GGE failed to complete the pro. (Continued on pig I)
Gate Estates.Commissioners.
gars an executive meeting today
Wesley Down.
with delegates on hand from
lug fend Pete Doub were not present -
Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East
Germany, Hungary, Poland, for the meeting. 1 t
Mongolia and Romania. The plat was presented by At. k w1lix I a,

w .! bun", M a : Ve The meeting of COMECONthe torrtey G.E. Toby Carroll act
/ Council of Mutual Econom. lug for GGE. County Engln
eer Harmon Turner advisedthe l
ic Assistance it'
-may see an effort e
Commission that after
con
by some of the smaller nations .
to take advantage of the ferencs with GGE engineers,
cost estimates of work planned
Moscow-Peklng feud to avoid
THE SENIOR CITIZENS ftt yesterday's meeting in the Woman's Club In- Soviet dictates that they mold In Jh' unit were set at $470,

stalled new officers to lead the group in the coming year. Walter Harris, let their Union economies to fit the Sov. County Attorney James R.

seated center, was elected president to succeed Stanley Bennett Other Adams said the bonds were In

officers from left are Mrs. Ruth C. Hoyt, recording secretary; William BERLIN (AP) Two young order corporate In amounts bonds and of $23$231,000: ,000

Kollmeyer, re-elected treasurer; Robert Thomas, vice president; and Mrs. East Germans rammed s truck In surety bonds.Following .

Lena Harris, corresponding secretary. The new officers will assume duties through barbed wire barricadeson a brief discussion
the East Berlin border Mon.
about November 1. See story (NEWS photo) day night, then swam a canalto Commissioner Glenn Allen move
ed the plat be accepted as pro
West Berlin.
reach
sented. There was no second to
East German border guards
the motion

We Need Snorkel Says Chief retrieved the the barbed truck wire and. repaired who Commissioner has consistently A.C.opposed Hancock the t

50.80 bond arrangement, after t
ANKARA Turkey (AP>-Pre. some delay said he would not r
mler Ismet Inonu of Turkey give the motion a second because *
says he has been approached to he would vote against It.
In Talk To Local Exchangites act as mediator In the Kashmir He suggested s delay until all
dispute. commissioners could be pre READY FOR A CRUISE and a new owner la this 19-foot Daniels custom

Inonu, 80, told newsmen Mon sent.Attorney built cruiser which yesterday was given to the Friends of the Library,
day both India and Pakistan
Last evening Naples Fire The second picture showedone !KeL "Our buildings: are becoming want him to mediate but he chairman could Carroll relinquish suggested his the Inc., by George Kling of Naples While! members of the group might en-

Chief G.P. Rlner showed two of the latest pieces of firefighting of higher and we rather need thanan this won't decide until Foreign Mln. seat to the vice chairman and joy using the boat, they will convert it into cash to aid in the construc-
pictures to the members of the equipment s "snor piece equipment later Ferldun Cemal Erkln re* add the second.Commission.
tion of the for the Collier Free Public
serial ladder. Several small new building County Library as
Club In the
Exchange meeting Ica]" This Is similar to the turns from the Central Treaty Chairman Dewey
19th Hole of the Beach Club bucket which raises and lowers towns throughout the state" have Organization meeting In Washington Polly, following Carroll's suggestion soon as a buyer can be found. Appraised at >$3,300, (H I U equipped with

The chief was assisted by Fireman electricians from a truck when already purchased one, Rlner this week turned the meeting over two Gale 35-horsepower outboard motors and has accommodations for

First Class James Jones( ,, working on overhead Installations : said. the the chief to.Vic Chairman Allen and so. sleeping two Prospective purchaser may ie<' the boat at the M A M

"Our Obligation" was the over city be streets.raised This low returned After to meeting the Fire Department Ident SOFIA Dlmltrt, Bulgaria Ganev(Ap-pre.of Bulgaria conded The the vote motion.resulted In aU., Marina In the picture, Francis C, Flint, right, chairman of the library
equipment can ,
title of the first film which portrayed beIng Hancock against It Polly building committee is the bill of sale -'
ered and turned right or left where classes are died Monday night alter a long voting seen giving to Arthur Russell, treasurer -
a two story elementary by the fireman standing In the held for the local department Illness, the Bulgarian news for the motion, Allen the acting of the Friends of the Library (NEWS photo)
school that caught fire becauseof Instruction Is being glv- agency BTA announced today. chairman at first not voting.
an Improperly protected bucket or. In an emergency, for a week, conducted from lie was 71. Allen eventually voted in favorof
storage room. The smoke pre- by firemen In the truck below. the State Park College Ganev, a founder of the Bui. the motion. That broke the But Lung Cancer Is
Reported
HighCounty's
ceding the flames resulted In An adjustable nozzle, provid- garlan Communist party, tie and the plat was approved.

exits becoming unusable, thus ing s fog spray or a direct served In various high posts under HOLDS POSITION
trapping pupils In their school stream of water Is availablefor State Notables the Stalinist regime after the Following this action, Hancock
rooms. The school's commune all angles Including directly postwar Communist takeover reiterated his stand againstthe Cancer Rate Below AverageThe
ity had not met Its obligationto below the bucket. The Pay Fines On lie fell from grace In 1992 and policy of permitting GGE:
lost his post as foreign trade tn furnish lands In
fire latter ejects water on the roof corporate
provide proof Hunting Charges
rooms, sprinkler systems storage and of s building. A protective minister. half the amount needed; to pro. SPECIAL TO THE NEWS figures show that the rate The number of cancer cures

training for the Immediate not'Iflcatlon shield Is Included, a fresh air CHATOM Ala. (AP) Fines tact the county against failureto of death from cancer of all typesis attests to their success The :
.
of the fire department, supply for the operator and afire of $50 and costs have been paid Gambling: Quarrel complete He work favored specified 100 In NEW YORK The cancer rate somewhat lower among Col. American Cancer Society states
the plats.
the picture made plain hose can be run from this by a Florida congressman, s retired Hospitalizes One cent bonds.Chairman per in Collier County and In Her County residents than among that there are over 1,200,000
bucket to the fire through general and several bust surety most other parts of the country those In most sections of the people| In the United States who
openings In the burning build- nessmen who pleaded guilty to Jails AnotherNorman a number of Polly people explained present to at remains high despite the pro. United testes had cancer at one time and who \

Burglars Steal ing, Since the equipment Is hunting law violation the meeting the policy the Com gross that has been made In Locally, there were 22 cancer are now considered cured.
exceedingly maneuverable and The hunters Included U.s. Payne, River Park combatting certain forms of the death In the year aiding Jan Lung cancer, however con.
$24,80 At CarverElementary of some size the bucket Rep Robert F, Sikes, D.Fla4; Apartments, a waiter at s local mission bonds had adopted in accept. disease. uary 1, 1983, according to the tlnue to be uppermost In the
can Ing on a SO cent sure
per
Gen Nathan F, Twining, former restaurant, Is in a very serious The extent of the problem Is official report This does not public mind, due to the cigarette
rescue five men at one time, ty and SO cent corporate
School chairman of the Joint Chiefs of condition at Naples Community per brought out In a new vital at aU a. include deaths locally of non Issue.
thereby proving much more efficient Staff; Edward Ball, a Jackson Hospital as a result of a fistfight basis This action, Polly ex. tics report released by the U.s. retldent Nationally, 18 per cent of
Burglars last night broke into man an aerial ladder vllle, Fla., financier; and R. A. In which he was allegedly plained, was adopted becauseof Public Health Service It covers It represented a rat of 121 all cancer deaths In the year
"the of the Gold
the Carver Elementary School Leanard, an Aluminum Corp. of struck In the face by Cleveland magnitude communities in every area of cancer deaths per 100,000 population wr due to lung cancer. In ,
Gate Estates
where they stole $24.80 from the IT'S NEEDED America vice president Boyd, McDonald Quarters. en development the nation. ss against a rat of 149 Collier County, lung cancer was
desk In the principal's office. Though our present schools They pleaded guilty Mondayto Payne Is suffering from a con opinion Hancock offered If GGE:a failed rebuttal to Special interest center on It per 100,000 for the nation a* a responsible for 38.4 per cent of
Entrance to the building was are all of one story Fire Chief charges of hunting! turkey cusslon, Internal bleeding, and a live to stating the"bondsaren't at this time because of the fact whole In the State of Florida, I them
gained by prying open an awning Rlner recommended that Naples over a baited field Sunday. They possible skull fracture. Boyd Is up worth agreements the that this Is "Cancer Control the average wa 159 per I 100,000.
window, police report. should purchase a inor were among a number of guests being held In city Jail. Naples written on." paper they are Month" and because of the recent Were It not for lung cancer Stanley
at the hunting lodge of former police said the fight followed an Attorney Carroll thought Han. furor over cigarette amok which kept the mortality record RapsMotorbike
Rep. Frank boykln of Mobile. argument over a gambling game. cock's underestima ing; and lung cancer, high with a 19 per cent Increasein
opinion was
number of death in a thre Use
Barbecue year period the battle against
Big FridayTo cancer would seem more pro.
I rolling On Highways .
The rate for the other typesof

Aid Little League cancer, taken as a whole, Judge Richard M. Stanley
1 actually dropped In the period. didn't mine his words when be
The good r..ult.art attributedto discussed motorcycles at Mon I

Naples Little League more Ing the dinner. Trophies will several factor. A principal day's Juvenile Court session
Is
han: has Its hands full with be presented to 1963 champion been one that more people have His comments came while

work as It prepares to open teams In Little League major checkups encouraged so that to the get disease regular he was considering the case

mother season division Senior Link League may be detected In its early af s boy who was driving motor -
On Friday Is the big fish Naples Little League minor state scooter accompanledbytwo ,

fry and barbecue, with serving division and East Naples minor Another factor 1* that medical p au'vegotsdangerousduU t
from 5 to 7 p.m. at Gambler league. Managers snd sponsors researchers have gained a "l'
Park. Opening ceremonies will will be Introduced. broader understanding of cancer to start with," the Judge told
follow the feed. ,Each major division player cell structure and development. the 14-year-old driver "andIt

Volunteer workers are build then will step to the plate and becomes even more dangerour -

Ing a combination concession bat once, run out his hit, and Adams Disagrees when you don't drive It

stand, storage room, and scor- return to the bench. An 78 properly"
er' box Just behind the back- ballplayers thus will participate About Removing Judge Stanley remarked. "If

stop at the Little League field directly In the ceremonies I had my way. there wouldn'tbe
at the park. Uniforms! will be worn. Signs On Roads s motorcycle on the roadsIn

The fish fry Is the one big this COUntry I w.uld rather
opportunity for the local Little STAND NEARLY READY retary TALLAHASSlt of State; (Tom AP) -Adam Cc give my ion s cocked
The concession stand shouldbe 10adeIII kt him have I
League to raise money to looked upon removal of political : than
meet the coming season's ex- ready shortly afterthe schedule signs irons the state's highways one o'these; motorcycles"

penses. There Ire plenty of begins Monday. Double- as leading to voter apathy and The youthful driver was apprehended -
costs associated with settingup headers will be played. starting throwing the campaign to the along with his two

18 teams so area boys can at 5:15 each Monday, \ *.d- sz candidate with the most money. passengers at 10:30 one night

play baseball nesday, and Friday through July Adams made the statement recently. The boy's license
3. during a new conference Monday restricted him to daytimedm-
SALES GOOD after learning that State ing. The Judge ordered him
Advance sale of tickets to At Mond.ynlght' Little Lea Road Department Chairman to !leave his license with the

Fridays feed Is encouraging gue directors' meeting, the John Phillip had ordered Ms Judge for 30 days and do no I
league officials said Monday agreement with the City was approved road crews to remove any signs driving In the meantime.
regarding the new concession violating the state's 1941 law I
night but there Is always room There were two other cases ,
for more hungry! people. The building. An executive "rit regulating outdoor advertising i Involving Juvenile traffic
fish fry and barbecue) will be committee consisting of the Adam vowed to take up the violators. One of them. It appeared
prepared by Sheriff E.A. Doug four league officers was set matter with the 1963 Legislature was engaged In conversation -
Hendry. up to act with the fun author- saying he planned to draft for with passengers while
try of the board between meet consideration a bill clarifying
w and went out of control
After expenses, proceeds + the law driving
tS.e" ,rr. regarding political sign.
Ings. "rTIR7wY
.eK
win go to support two popular + while turning s comer. He
youth programs Llttk Registration for boys Interested JUNIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP No. 205 from The visiting Scouts are show planting a tree near said Voter, from apathy would; result, he was given a warning Another I
and the Junior In playing minor league the chickee at Tlmberford. removing the sign was found driving without a It* .
League Depu Fort Myers were overnight guests Saturday at dining room Camp from the eye of the people,"We
ties. Many boys participate baa win be held during the would be cense and the judge ordered '
Timberford near the Naples Airport As Mrs William Pierpont and Mrs Richard Kephartwere denying ourselves a
In both programs. same hours ss the fUn fry Camp great deal of public conscious. the youth to stay out of the driver's -
Mayor Archie Turner win Friday. Minor leap tryouts part of the "outdoor good turn," a custom with leader with the troop ness that the public needs to seat until S license U .

open the ceremonies follow will be the following day. the Scouts, a tree planting ceremony was held. (NEWS photo) nw," be said. obtained.j .


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Is known were decided primarily .
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday April It, 1964 for internal reason
e Nuclear Cutbacks To Aid Certainly 11the case of the
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In
f I United States the President
Candidates Tell How They r tr T / W t made clear that this country no

longer needs to produce pluto
U.S.-Soviet Relations nlum and enriched uranium -

nuclear weapons materials-at
Stand On Local GovernmentTALLAHASSEE j WASHINGTON (AP) A bring the nuclear arms race, the level of which It is capable.He .
I further Improvement inJ. under control. had decided on the reduction

(AP) The make every effort to discharge Soviet relations should result -Initiate measures to dl s.before advising Khrushchev of
from the newly announced plansof courage surprise attack. his intention to make the an.
next governor of Florida appar. their responsibilities In the most
I Johnson and Premier Disarmament by international nounceflient which he made
President
efficient economic manner con
of
ently will be a strong friend ,
Khrushchev to cut back agreement, however, will require -1 Monday.
county governments, even to ceivable. In my candid opinion,
the point of financial aid, according :. the taxpayer Isn't too far from production of nuclear ex. International Inspection 1 "By bringing production in
to their responses to an the breaking point." plosives, Washington officials arrangements in the Soviet Un' line with need" Johnson de.
Associated Press poll of their Mayor Robert King High of / at 4r4, 7Nn s. said today. ion as well as In the Western' dared In his AP speech, "we reduce -
i Ir The In government countries according to long' tension while
stands on major Issues. Miami: "Assessing rail road ..j/ hope maintaining
Y here Is that suchmoves standing U.E. policy. So far, nc' all "
Eight of the nine candidates property the same as nonrail quarters necessary power.
.rk which have been buildIng breakthrough Is In sight on this 1 When the President's
speechwas
promised aid to county govern road property at the countylevel S
ments. The lone exception, Republican rather than at the state L, 'I I up now for several months critical Inspection Issue. released at 2 p.m. EST the
H. B. (Bob) Foster of level will bring additional rev. w will: The production cuts announced 'Soviet News agency Tass slmul-
Fort Myers Beach, declined enue to county governments. : as Vf" i Create a more favorable at. by Johnson and Khrushchev taneously released a statement
for disarmament ne1 Monday, with cooperation 'that Khrushchev
mosphere was halting
comment on the Issue. Levy a severance tax on timber A ara'Narae Jt '
't
The Democratic candidates' and minerals with one-thlrd ot I N t cot lations. from Britain as the other work on two reactors designed
promises Included state help the tax collected In each county 1 Brighten the prospects for main nuclear power, do not require 'to produce plutonium, that he
actual East.West agreement to ) Inspection and so far asWorld's I would "substantially" cut back
with the cost of right-of-way for to remain In the count for rt+A t e
highways, revenue from cigarette an industrial development fund l production of uranium 235 and
taxes, a cut of a severancetax or a public health or recreation l would allocate more nuclear
on timber and minerals fund. The other two-thirds wouldbe ''. &-.Jti--: .1. -1: T,1 materials for peaceful uses.
(If levied), and general prom. channeled Into the state educational _. ,: : -1 .w. hT V.s. officials said there was
ises to help them with money system." : ''1 no deal among Johnson Khru.
problems. Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla -i 1;,& ,... t shchev and British Prime Min.
'
During the 1963 Legislature, County "I favor more home << !.>fW"i ..;-. Ail ister Sir Alec Douglas Home.
,
the counties made a strong effort rule for counties. I believe the There Is no provision for Inspection *

to get a share of new taxes. Legislature should delegate to among the three pow.
They missed out in the closing the counties some of the leglsl- ers to see that the announced
days when the Legislature voted latlve functions that should plans are carried out and critics
to share the additional 3.cent.perpack properly be carried out on the IT WON'T SEEM LIKEAPLES when the hist- of this kind of disarmament by

tax on cigarettes between county level. At the same time istoric Naples Hot"I i is (ICOII('. During most of its "mutual example" assert this

the cities and the state. the counties are entitled to some 75-year; history it was the hub of social activitiesin la 1 1T1' Is a weakness d the arrange
Here are the comments of financial assistance so they can ment. This comment was heard
each contender for governor on carry out their present duties Naples. It hosted the great and near-great. It frequently on Capitol Hill.

his stand on local government: and have the means of perform was built well but eventually it became obsolete. ,

Democrats ing the functions. I will support Demolition of the frame structure is proceeding, YSh Golden Gate
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack. the county commissions In as above photo shows. Timbers from the old hotel .
sonville: "the best assistance to their efforts to secure a source Continued from
are acattered on the ground and others barely ( page 1)
,
of
local government would be the revenue to meet this need.
'inclusion of costs of rlghts-of. Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland: stand upright. Reilly Brothers are doing demolition Carroll brought out that another .

way as part of the total cost of 'Come formula which will allow work, and they have found pine timbers to be big developer will soon be
highway construe 11 I Ion. This the counties to share In the in excellent condition despite more than 75 yearsof operating in the county and pro.
would relieve not only the counties revenue from cigarettes sold In posed the policy of 50.50 bondsbe
service. Salvaged timbers will begin life
a new ,
granted In the second
but the cities of a substantial inlncorporated areas should be case.
beinir used in construction of cattle barns in I
burden. Admittedly, It might developed to provide county cen
reduce the number of miles of governments with additional tral Florida. (McGrath photo) OTHER BUSINESS
funds increasing --- ----- --- In other business Henry
roads constructed by the State to carry on their ever county ,
Road Department, but it would financial burdens." minishing areas In Collier Stevens was granted a permitto
Insure the construction of roads Sen. John Mathews of Jack. County that are suitable for parki build an 80-foot pier In Snook
where most needed and would sonville: "I am sympatheticwith Bond Issue and recreation that can be Bay at the Isles of Capri. About
allow some relief to countiesand the counties in their effort secured at reasonable prices" : I h'Yr.Ca 15 residents or property ownerson
cities both In their general to try to get more local funds passed a resolution to buy the ;: the Isle of Capri were pre.
funds and In their road funds. other than the ad valorem property extending north from sent for a public hearing sche.
It would probably expedite the (property) taxes, and will work Vote May 5 Vanderbilt Beach to Wiggins ___ 1 duled on the pier request.
construction of city streets with them toward this end." Pass. AI Tatu, owner of extensive

county, roads and primary highway REPUBLICANS The County had been negotiating property on the Isle of Capri,
feeders." Ken Folks of Orlando "Some. quietly for the purchase of this 'StallIn'Set told the Commission that to deny
Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) one might as well have the other For New ParkFreeholders property from the Walter Mack Fair Auto the request would be a step to.
Dickinson of West Palm Beach: two cents per pack the cigarette estate for some time but found ward reversion of the Island
"My attitude toward county vendor keeps. tie raised some legal obtacles In the way back to mangrove swamps.
taxes must await the presentations the price five cents on the three. of Collier County of the purchase within the time Stevens explained water on one
made by counties before cent tax increase." will have the opportunity of vote limit fixed by the option which Despite Court's Orderman side of the bay was shallow anda
it can be Intelligently defined. '1. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort ing on bonds for the purchaseof the County had signed. pier 80 feet in length was nee.
Dut 1 would urge counties to Myers Beach: No comment. a mile of Cult beach frontage St. Charles Charities,Inc.then essary to permit property ownersto
adopt hew policies of consideration Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel. for use as a public park and bathIng entered the picture to smoothout NEW YORK (AP) The James Farmer, national dl. take. But he defined civil dlso. get boats near their homes.
for their residents and to las County: "The basic revenue beach in the Primary election things for the County by offering World's Fair auto "stalUn" set rector of CORE, who suspended bedlence as an "act which could There were no objections to
problem of local government la May S, as a result resolution to purchase the land from for opening day Wednesday is the group's Brooklyn chapterfor cause one to get arrested." He the request and a variance was
the homestead exemption; andI passed by the Collier County the Mack estate and resell to on despite a court order forbid proposing the stall-In, dls said no violence would result. granted
believe in dealing with the Board of Commissioners last the County with no profit to them. ding it, civil rights organizers closed Monday plans for "mas. President Johnson Is sched. Chairman Polly reviewed Com.
sickness Instead of the symp Tuesday (See complete resolution selves. sive civil disobedience" at the uled to visit the fair for the of. mission alms In delaying actionon
tom. I favor a modification of elsewhere in this issue.) Another development which say.They plan to have 2,000 cars fair Wednesday.He flclal Inauguration ceremonies. the request to be sure all
the homestead exemption law Cost of the 166-acre tract Is will give Collier County an ad. "run out of gas" on major ac. declined to say how many Farmer said demonstrations property owners were In agree.
on a statewide basis. figured at approximately ditional park and beach recreational cess roads to the fairgrounds In demonstrators would take part have been planned for the fair ment and that no "residential
LUFF GMC INC. 500000. Earlier on March facilities came last week Queens snarling traffic to call &r what form tne protest would pavilions of New York City controversies" might develop.

-Truck Parts. DEATH FROM ABORTION 31, the board, recognizing "the when ,the Marco Island Develop attention to civil rights cam. New York State, General Motors DENY WEAPON
T. NDON (AP) There are great need for park and recreational ment Corporation donated '28 palgns here. The restraining ,, Ford.Schaefer Deer, New X, request by Uel Myers for ,
J -Service.,- 'e.. ,1 b>m ii.dA< \ ( |jilt) dc".IR/I./ in facilities/ for its citizens acres on Marco' Island BeicJi 'order,' Issued Monday, would On England, and.the states, of Misslsslppl permission to Carry a concealed
TEMPORARY Ilicluin, cash year from uborlio'n and visitors" and "the fast dI. to the County. make the organizers subject to Ask Report Maryland, Louisiana) weapon to protect his propertywas

LOCATION l Ir Ann Mullirm writes in the contempt of court citations. Banks' ConditionAs Illinois, Florida and Missouri. denied. Myers was Informedthat
muKUiEinilamly/ [>,I'nr.:I Shu Newspaper reports of plans to The still.ln restraining order a gun in his car or on his
421 Ninth St., N. MI\S ui trust ISO abortions take Resolution (L Park Vote also tie up fair-bound subwayand Of April 15 Issued In State Supreme Courtin property was permissible but
.
pl.it. .,Dih day. commuter trains were denied Queens forbids
--------- any attemptto not on his person.
..!.....................i................................................. WHEREAS, theBoardofCountyCommissioners support said bond issue refer. by Marshall England, WASHINGTON (AP) Feder. tie up highway travel to the Allegations that Foster A. 01.
of Collier endum by voting in favor of chairman of the Manhattan al regulatory agencies Issued a fair. The order, obtained by royd was charging: excessive prices .
County, Florida has long been laid Issue on May S, 1964. chapter of the Congress of Rio call today for reports on condl. Queens Dlst. Atty. Frank O'Con. for drugs going to indigent
aware of the great need for park BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, clal Equality. tlons of banks as of the close of ner, Is returnable Thursdaywhen patients were not substantiated
and recreational facilities for Its that certified copies of this Re. "These statements were made business Wednesday, April 15. the court will decide by Investigation and It was madea
citizens and visitors and solution be forwarded to the news by our enemies," England said. The call was Issued by Comp. whether to make it permanent.A part of the Commission re.
WHEREAS this Board Is also media, the several Chambers of Nevertheless, police and the troller of the Currency JamesJ. spokesman for Brooklyn cord that Indigents may have
cognizant of the fast diminishing Commerce the various Civic transit authority were preparing Saxon for all national banks, CORE, which organized the prescriptions filled at Olroyd's
areas in Collier County that are Associations and Civic and Sere for any transport jam.up that by the federal reserve for all stall-in, said the demonstrationwould : pharmacy.
suitable for parks and recreationthat vice Clubs throughout Collier might develop. banks which are members of go on as planned. Dr. Clyde Brothers made the
can be secured at reasonable County Florida. Newspapers have said that the reserve system, and by the Investigation and reported one
1 IIIIi11W,1YU' "- prices, and DONE AND RESOLVED In re. secret plans call for CORE Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Rain customer agreed to testify under
THR hllll'l'hH WHEREAS, Collier County, gular session, this the 14th day "toot soldiers" those without tor nonmember banks which oath that excessive charges had
through Implementation and activation of April 1964. cars to pull emergency cordson have federally Insured deposits. Blanket Much been made for a prescription at
EXPRVICRESSt of Section 3(2)( ) (k) of the falrbound trains, and load up .. Olroyd's pharmacy. Dr.Brothers
County Code Is now empoweredto COUNTY OF COLLIER ticket lines at fair entrances Of NationBy said, however prescription files,
establish equip and maintain STATE OF FLORIDAI without buying tickets. Arthur Askew III THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS required by state law, revealedno

public parks, bathing beaches and Margaret T. Scott Clerk of There were reports that traffic Wet and cloudy weather cov. such prescription| was filledat
other types of recreational farlllttes the Circuit Court N and for snarl-ins will be conductedin Gets CommissionIn ered broad areas of the nation the pharmacy.

COURTESYr IIII $ andWHEREAS said County and State do hereby other cities In sympathy with Armed ForcesArthur today alter an outbreak of vlo. Attorney John Emerson rep.
by virtue of said certify that the foregoing is a the New York demonstration lent thunderstorms and tornadlc resenting 01 royd at the meeting
s MQ authority, the Board of County true copy of the Resolution adopt.ed Chicago and Detroit were M. Askew HI, son of winds In central sections. summed up the apparent mlsun.derstandlng .
v9. ENT o or.d Commissioners of Collier by the Board of County Com. among the larger cities where Arthur M. Askew Jr., Naples, The rain and cloudy weather by saying allegations
t"a ? x k F ARIUAES ; County, Florida, did adopt a Resolution missioners on the 14th day of traffic Jams will be developed was among 33 United Etates extended Into areas of 26 states of excessive charges were not
e on March 31, 1964, to April, 1964 and appears In Minute civil rights leaders said. armed forces officers commissioned from Texas to Minnesota and sustantlated and that county em.
contract for, and to acquire by Book 7 of said Board. In ceremonies at the University from the central Rockies east. ployees be advised that indigent
.
purchase, a 1C6 acre tract of Glnven under my hand and official of Florida last week. ward to southern New Englandand patients are free to select the
land with one mUe of beach seal at Naples Florida this the WhatleyGraveside The commissioning addresswas the mid-Atlantic states. pharmacy where prescriptionscould

frontage on the Cult of Mexico, 16th day of April A.D. 1964. services and Interment delivered by Lt. Can DavidA. Thunderstorms and showers be filledChairman
south of Wiggins Pass, In Sec. Immokalee heldat Burchlnal, director of the continued during the night and Polly brought out
tlon 20 and part of Section 17, Margaret T. Scott, Clerk In were Joint Staff, headquarters of the early morning in sections of the that the Commission was inter
o'clcuk this for
11
Township 48 South, Range 25 morning Joint Chiefs of Staff, Pentagon Midwest and parts of the south ested only In protecting the tax
of Mr. and Mrs.
Why experienced East, Collier County, Florida; the Infant son of Immok. Washington D.C. ern Plains A thunderstorm dollar and that if an injusticehad
said tract, when acquired at a Water Systems alee James who M.died Whatley Sunday night In Askew was commissioned In squall line moved eastward been done, "we are sorry."
cost of approximately $550. the Army by Col. William Boaz, across southwest Missouri, set.
000.00 will become a public Naples Memorial Hospital. professor of Air Science at the ting off locally heavy rain and The Bible i ta being translated
Clinic Set
travelers goTrailways park and bathing beach, and Besides survived his parents several brothersand the babyis University, and Col. James Hen. strong winds. Funnel clouds into Quechua language or mil I
WHEREAS, said Resolution by nessey, professor of Military were reported near Joplin and lions or peuple from Peru,
called for a bond election to de. For TomorrowA sisters Arrangements were Science. Nevada. Bolivia and Ecuador
handled by the Richard A. Pitt-
clde whether a majority of free.
Funeral Home of Naples.
holders who are qualified elec. water systems clinic will
tors, are in favor of the acqulsl. be held In the Agriculture Department
tlon of said tract for a public at the East Naples GutterrezMrs.
s park by Issuance of General
railways treats better all over the mapl government center tomorrow
you
Obligation bonds In the afore. Marie F. Gutierrez, 76,
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Travel hrst-class In America's most modern buses. Wednesday April at a.m.
mentioned said bond at her home
amount died last night on
1 Vista-vie windows Reclining seats Immaculate election to be held at the Announcement was made by Joe Lake Trafford Road,"ear Immo
restrooms And people schooled to make your trip First Primary Election on May \\'hltesel1, assistant county kalee.

a pleasure all the way I 5, 1964. agent. Born In Camp Verde,Tex., she I .1 li1I1i :::
OW. THEREFORE, BE IT Home owners and operatorsof had moved to Immokalee but recently a .
t RESOLVED by the Board of business houses not supplied She was a member of the
Lr sdE Commissioners of Collier with city water plus pump dealers Catholic Church.

County, Florida that It DO AND well drillers and water She is survived by two daugh.
DOES HEREBYurge and call upon treatment dealers are especial tern, Mrs. Lola Lopez of Immoka
r the citizens of this County to ly Invited to attend the clinic, lee, Mrs. Ramona Farts, Mem.
Whltesell said. phis Tex; five sons, Jesse G.

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sure Bonita t I IL OES Schedules ;:

+ Friendship Night oJlanJ c/Vcw I
". JOJM
By RAE WEAR Chapter, Order of
,., ._ _- ,... ... __ ._. '.". Cypress held Its stated BY CATHERINE KIRK
"" "'-0- syatr "_" a. Eastern Star,
meeting on Thursday night AprU
American Legion John Mur- The May meeting will be heldat 18, at the MasonlcTl'mpl.ln Pin Julian Babo: ) Camacho was few day. In spite of the windy
phy Post #303 held their elec- the church the second Mondayof Ridge. Grand Chapter Report rushed to Naples Community Itos. weather, the Grays have managed

tion meeting lut Wednesday at the month with Mrs. Janle --,.. were made by the Worthy Marion, pltal Friday night, and was trans. to catch a good supply fish,and
their home when the following Gibson and Mrs. Lucille Busch i Sister Gertrud Gryphan, Secre- erred bv imbalance to Memorial have) added many beautiful shells
were elected to serve for the as co-hostesses tan Sister Grance Jenkins and /In Miami Saturday. lie is suffer to their collection
coming yeanCommander Many "Firsts" come to Bo Put Matron. Sister Anna Conety ing from an apparent broken Mr.andMrs. George Arthur and
Bob as well as our "First Nlghter, blood vessel in his head. His Mr. and Mrs Rudy Robinson and
Hashbar- This week
nlta Springs. past Sister EuvlaSawyer". wife, Jane Doris Ellison and on Buster have noved to Naples
ger: first vice-commander. coming by jet from Utica N.Y., Those who attended the Grand Ann Mai Donald: went over Sun- They formerly operated the Mar.
Dick Evans; second vice-com to Tampa and then by plane to Chapter Session In Jacksonvillewere day to drive Jane. She will stay co Island Marina.George plans to
mander, Nolan Watkins: finance Page Field was Mrs. Marti Trudy Gryphan, worthy with relatives in Coral Gable continue fishing, and Rudy Is
officer, Forest Clark, sgt. at Dobler to visit her parents, hr matron; Grace Jenkins seer and Miami Springs while Babois working with Abbott Seawall Co.
arms, John Kauffman, asst sgt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schuler, r / et etarj', Euvla Sawyer, warder, In the hospital Well-wisher Art Craig, Naples school bus
at arms, Art Seward, service In their recently acquired home t 't s Anna Conety, past matron, and can send a rand to him all driver flew via National Airlines
officer, Harry Huttenbrock In the Rio Vista Estates. ThisIs t Marvin Cole, past patron. A Jarkson Memorial Hospltal.Ml. to Chicago on a business trip. He
chaplain William Vtncek.: historian an eventful trip not alonea Hk regular visitor to the chapter ami, Fla. plans to be gone about a week.
Bill Werner, Judge advocate "first" to Florida, but It from Milwaukee, Wls., Brother More of our winter visitors left Driving the bus during his ab.
Alex Butzke, also attended. this week, or are leaving in the ence 1* Mrs. E.T. Brisson of
Murphy Combs and on enabled her to join her kin-
Sister Trud honored the star near future This seems somewhat Naples.
the Executive Committee the folk uncles and aunts who
sum-
with little like
points a courtesy en. a broken record In the
Incoming and past commander mer In Utica but who have already titled "When The Stara Come news columns of all south Flori Mrs Hearth Plans
OJ. Renegar, George Crltean established homes here Peepln' Through". She thankedher da's towns.. big and small But
and Bob Hertzog. for the winter: Mr. and Mrs. Refreshment Committee and the people who come here are Two Book ReviewsAt
The Bonita Band, sponsoredby Julius Mezger and Mr, and Mrs, announced that the followingmeeting not visitors or tourists. Thev are
the American Legion, will Robert Carlson. will be "Friendship real, warm, wonderful people we Woman's Club"Our
give a band concert In the local As a matter of fact there Mght"< and announced the name call friends Me are saddened
school cafetortuiti 22 L of those to serve refreshment to see them leave In the Spring, Mother's House" and
number of Utlcans here
May at are a ,
on that meeting night. The dates and look forward to seeing them "Every Night, Josephine! are
8 for the benefit of who also friends In the
p.rn. Cypress were
title of the book selected by
I set for 8 p.m Thursday, May return In the Fall
Lake Junior High band north. The Doblers have a florist 1. Mr._ and_ .Mr..._ _.. .Rim.n Hunnlriit Mrs. Theodore F. Hearth for reviewing *
uniforms.The and greenhouse business In -' -- at the Woman's Club
,
The following were in al. of Syracuse, Ind., left early this
band will also play at Utica YOUNG ARTISTS lend a hand in anaiiirmR the exhibit for tonight's Naples tendance Grace Jenkins, Mary morning on their homewardtrek. Wednesday, April 22, at 2 p.m.

the Legion home during the covered Art Association Children Show to open at the Woman's Club at 8 p.m, King, Bruce Jenkins, Blanche Rue said he was In no hurrybut The meeting I* open to the public.
dish dinner, which starts GOP GATHERINGThe Snedden Robert Snedden, T. Mama Just had to get hometoiee Mr. Hearth I Is a member of
at one-thirty Sunday May 3. executive committee of Sixth graders from MiVoo
The main function of this affair the Republican Club of Bonita with the arrangement, from left, are. ,: Ramona Williams, Jimmy Morgan, Chrtstoffersen, Cleo Edwards, die have gone back to Alma, Kan currently moderator of thatgroup's

Is to redeem approximately Springs met Monday night at Oscar Gonzales (top ladder). Betty Spingler and Linda McLenon. Florence Walker, Enid Neville, and are neighbors of the Bald. has been weekly giving radio book panel.review She
Minnie French, Naomi Floyd, wins The Jack Brasells have
40 $10.00 Certificatesof the home of their
more President
__ ( 'JF.\\ S photo) Mary N. Floyd, Euvla Sawyer, gone to South Dartmouth, Mass., for some year in Massachusetts,
Indebtedness. who have Clint Mosbach. Clarence
Any R, New York and St.
Doris E. Gandees, Ethel Paul, but will be back early this fall Petersburg.
had bonds redeemed are askedto Geckler was named to fill the Ject, about $lOO, otherwise they and This will be her first local ap.
Gertrude, De Meres, Wilma Mr Mrs. Harold Ray have
bring their bonds to Mrs. unexpired term of Treasurer are all set to go. 50 From County To AttendJehovah's Daniels, Ehellle E. Lawhon.Dettj' returned to Stockton, Dl. We pearance In this capacity.
Marlon Guider at the Walker Charles Bachant, whose resignation Donations were received Brehm, Anna Cutely, Stella seldom see Mrs. Ray. She always > "Our Mother House" 1* a
Real Estate Office and receive was regretfully accepted from those organizations that Cheek, Walter A. Brehm, Helen tends her husband to get macabre tale of seven children
their monies. The committee voted to cooperate have used the kitchen recently, Harvard, Mr. and Mr*. William the mall, "because", she says, who try to keep their mother'
Parade Marshall Dick Evans with the American legion as well as a $25 donation from Witness Meeting Tygett, ClauJttte Craumer "Harold gets so much pleasure death a secret In order to avoidan

made a progress report on the by participating In the the Hoosier group to be usedIn Visitor in attendance Alex from talking to the girls."The orphanage.
July 4th Parade. forthcoming Fourth of the maintenance of the buildIng F, Butzke, Betty 5. llamm, Alice girls she refers to are Cass and "Every Night, Josephln.I"teU.
July parade Fifty Collier County residents around the world In which Chris the humorous story of how It
For all, thanks was expressed W, Clayton, Kathleen T. Imagine!
There are several The next of the me.
organizations meeting will attend the three-day con. tians respond to the Bible's com. Ada G. feel to be owned by an almost
who have not as yet repor club will be held In the Com- ventlon of Jehovah's Witnessesto mand to love one's fellow man by Welprecht, Thrasher The Alf Arnolds, and the Syd. human poodle. Mr. Hearth com.
Elsa
ted. A letter was read from munity Hall Monday April 27, Saturday night the 18th, be held In the Sarasota Municipal speaking the Word of God daily II.J. Tadgell H. Mills, Detty C.Tadgell Mills, ney Dyers of Roscommon, Mich., merited, "I don't much like dogs
George ,
the Lions Club submitting the at 8 p.m. concluded the Saturday night Auditorium April 24 26, with him" Lena R. Harris, Roy and Sylvia and the Arthur Dyersof Lansing, but fell In love with Josephine"
until October. to Wallace Endres The Friday begins at MUti., left for home last week,
name of Paul Schmidt as their Other members of the exe- games according program Cobb> May Rattray, Louise Ely
parade delegate also a dona- cutive committee are Mes- It was voted to recess dele- Route 2,Naples ,presiding minis 7 p.m. with the address of wet Marlon K. Witherell, RuthSmlth, and the Alf Leohrs are leavingsoon PresbyteriansTo
gate meetings of the Council ter come by J. Sara, supervisor .t to Chlppawa Lake Ohio.
tion of $2.00 towards the parade dames Millie Collln. Bea A1- Nettle Follis, Charlotte Pred.
seminar he the Southeastern United S'.lvs Rube Johnson was asked when she
for the summer to resume the "The weekend ,
trophy. The March-off time land. Mosbach and Scott more Hold Monthly
Fraleyand third of October. said, "is specially arranged to with the Watchtower and Tract and Rex were leaving for home,
will be 10 a.m., July 4th. Lester B. Neville. Friday provide Scriptural Instructionand Society, and die said they were going to
The Boys State Committeewas Mr and Mrs. Hugh Bruce Attending this meeting and Christian fellowship by E.W. Hooper Circuit minister To Start Work WUsons Luke (N.J.)probably next Supper TonightMembers

formed with Glenn Llles Forrester from Takoma Park. the organization they repre- means of lectures, group discus. with the Watchtower Bible and week, where they work during the of the First
as chairman. Md., are spending an extended sent were Amel Ramsteln, W.W. slons and actual demonstra. Tract Society, will conduct the Next Year On summer Ruby say she is not a Presbyterian Church will have
Bill Btschoff Norm Slater honeymoon here at the home of #1 Veterans; Floyd Long, Recreation tions." period of ministerial training JFK MemorialDALLAS native born (coming from Canada) their monthly covered dish sup-

and Harry Huttenbrock were his mother, Mrs. Charles Hul- group, Mrs. Mary In commenting on the program, entitled "Assisting Others to but she considers herself a south per at 6:30 o'clock tonight In
reported on the sick list. lock. She Is the former Martha Land, Woman's Club Mrs Endres said, "The conventionIs Praise Jehovah." Tex. (AF)-Worker* erner, and the only reason why Spencer Hall Guests are welcome -

Ten dollars was voted to the Ann Carter daughter of Admiral Mary Granlund, RepublicanClub designed to aid all followers Saturday at 1:30 p.m a bap. will begin constructing the JohnF. she doesn't describe herself as Each couple is asked to
local Cancer Crusade chairman William! J. Carter of ; Mrs. Llzetta Dunbar, Art of Christ to more fully meet tlsm discourse will be givenby Kennedy Memorial Plata late one of the old-timers Is che hates dish
bring one large enough to
Mrs. Des Alland their responsibility of'speaking next and will complete It the word "old with a passion
Mrs. Mary Reahard. Washington, D.C. His fatherIs League; Sala at the auditorium after year
American the word of God with boldness' which a mass baptism of early In 1966, County Judge Lew when It refer to her age Fortunately serve eight people
Legion Auxiliary, new
26 the 8th retired
Colonel
Sunday, April as U.S.A.F. Ruin Is who doesn't The Robert Mortland Family
one
the world
Bob McKenzie Chamber of throughout adherent to the faith will be Sterrttt, said Monday ,
District Constitutional Confer- Citing reasons why such a conducted at 202 Sunway Avenue The park-like plaza will en. get old, she just adds years to her will entertain with music and
President Huttenbrock Commerce Mrs Rae Wear
Harry ;
ence will be held at the Punta ,
training session should stress Sarasota. velop a one-block area less than age songs following the dinner.
Gorda High School with regis- presided at the April meeting Free Public Library; Holly, this personal obligation of Chris, two blocks from where Presl. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daly have a*
tration at 8:30 a.m. Delegatesare Friday night of the Council Bonita Beach Boosters and taint he continued, "One has onlyto The Initial showing In this dent Kennedy was assassinatedNov. their guestsMr.and Mrs.William Attic hum urn Inn, ...,"I, useful
Don Trew, Bob Hashbargerand Clubs In the Bonita Springs Huttenbrock, the American Legion look to the statistics present. area of the two-hour color film 22.The Gray, of New Port Richey, for a creatures that cut limn of in"<.iU.
Good
Robert Valpe, with alter- Community Building. Post ed yearly showing a continuing "Proclaiming News Around the Everlasting World" will take John F, Kennedy Citlrens tI _
nates Dick Evans, Nolan Wat- After the reading of minutes decline In Christian believersand Memorial Committee of Dallas /t-
kins and John Kauffman. and the treasurer's report, a steady increase In the place at 7.IS p.m will pay for any datum or Now 2 Lo<*rloni To Serve Y.u ,

much attention was centered on N. Naples Civic world's population. This givesus Highlight of the convention I* marker placed In the plaza, I I"
CENTER
of forth- the basic reason why such a the Sunday discourse "Facing up Sterrett said. NAPLES SHOPPING
GLEANERS MEET progress reports Group Will Hold training program must be con. to the Urgency of Our Times."
THE MOORINGS
The Baptist Church Gleaners coming events especially the I IN
ducted M. Sala will deliver this subjectat J
Class held their April meeting annual Fourth of July Parade. Meeting TonightThe "What results from such an 3 p.m All session are opento If by dome"rule.l chance lomlcrwcdmilk you'veaced non ES Ml MIITSmUT

last Monday night In the church Huttenbrock, delegate for the assembly as this," he added, the public and no collection Is evup of "nlh-I ,
f a. long *K "u
with Mrs. Effie Lllei and Mrs. Parade's sponsor, the American North Nape! .Ivlc;; As. "can be seen in communities taken.
soclatlon will hold Its .. invert the limn on your ultelvt1and
mentioned the regular
Grace Clark as cohostesses.Mrs. Legion,again -- -- plun to use them toon If' -IW
Llles brought the devo- theme "Great Americans of monthly meeting, at 8p.m.tonight
the ian aren't turned the milk
tional from Psalms 117-118; History", also that many organizations at the Fire House. Lady Bird Borrows Car .olid* may clump together and
Sheriff E.A. "Doug" Hendry
after which there were sentence have not expressed will need water added (when you
prayers for the sick; roll call their willingness to partici- will present the new Briggs movieon use the milk) to dissolve them KwH CHtK SHOPPING CENTER Ml S-IIIT
too was by scripture verse. pate which should be made the "Junior Deputies"' and an .

Cards were ordered sent to known to the Parade Marshal bers Invitation of the Is extended association to all, memo their Makes 9-Hour Drive Home .'. . . . . . . . e . e . eeleese .e'.

Harold and Hannah Ayres, and Dick Evans as soon as It Is neighbors and friends, and any .. ..

to Mrs Myrtle Poltere whose possible to do so, others, Interested In this project WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs. and the motorcade moved on .
husband entered the hospital Bert Holly delegate of the for the young boys of Collier Lyndon B. Johnson took on a into the rainy night.
surgery this week. They have Bonita Beach Boosters, who County. nlne-hour motorcade ride home When the First Lady made
closed their home here on Mich- Is again sponsor of the annual All political candidates seek. from Cleveland In heavy rain her Impromptu decision to take
igan Street and returned to 8619 Fireworks display, gave a detailed Ing offices In the coming election and fog Monday night, rather the 348-mlle drive back to Wash.
Cheyenne St., Detroit, Mich., report, especially that will also be on hand to be In. than try another bad weather Ington, she tested the Ingenuityof
for the summer. We wish for they are still short money to traduced and mingle with the airplane ride. the Secret Service
She thought she'd "enjoy the It proved ready, even downto
all a speedy recovery. cover the Insurance on the pro- crowd during the refreshmenthour. SUPEfrFASTonthidriw
___ adventure of driving" after an providing pillow and til an.
f explosive like lightning discharge kets for the long journey. O I
frightened her and pas. Four cars already had been
> sengers aboard a United Air. borrowed for Mrs. Johnson'
: .. lines Viscount Monday. day-long visit to Cleveland to
The drive back proved to bean speak at a YWCA conventionand SUPERSAFEfor /
adventure, too, and Secret to see a public housing de. -
t Service veterans said It prob- velopment for the elderly. ot mind e
\
ably will go down In their records Cleveland' entire available pact
as the longest auto trip force of Secret Service agents-

--- .t :;t.r ever taken by a First Lady. five of them-joined two White
o ---. En route, the President's wife House agents to do the drivingand
{" stopped off for dinner at a How. protect the First Lady'
\ ? "" .' ard Johnson's restaurant where entourage.All .
--r '" .., I. ,., ,"1.'I- :", -- she took a few minutes in the along the route, state police ,

J" l '" ... \. manager's office to telephonethe of Ohio, Pennsylvania and '
,-- t"7'' ;. White House to talk to her Maryland and patrolmen of the
., \ ,;:"' 1Jt1'1"r'. J husband. District of Columbia neatly syn.chronlzed .
....:.." to, a.:. There was a private dining to take turn provld. '
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f room set aside, under advance Ing lead and bark up patrol J
:: wr.w 6 radio Instructions, where steaks cars Walkie talkie connectedall
-- : 1 were order for all In the party the car of the motorcade to i Hi w a
.-.....' of 19. Departing at 4:29: p.m., the quick-rtcovtry *Vtutomitic
;... Later her borrowed Cadillac agent made It plain that all V

____ ....,. ff '" developed mechanical trout,1.. speed limits--C3 to 70 on the *
I>o turnpike motorist ever got turnpikes-would be held firmlyon
more speedy service. The car the click-wet roads
was driven right Inside a servo The White House was dark.
T Ice garage and the First Lady ened, except for the President' I(
didn't even get out. Three wait. office, when Mrs. Johnson's motorcade : flameless s. see
Ing mechanics swooped down on finally pulled Into the :
the engine, quickly found the southwest gate at 1:23 a,m. ,
: trouble "the fuel filter was Despite the tiring Journey,
.. blocked" and had a new filter Mrs Johnson took time to thank !
Installed In five minutes flat. everyone who had joined In her ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

--- r She thanked the head mechanic saga and to wave a good night. .., .. . .

STRANGE PLACE for planning a menu, it would seem, but it happensthat

Skipper Smith's Marina, where the picture was taken, is to be the SUPER FAST on the draw now 3 time and forget It! Never mads venbnf ao no

site of Naples Jaycee Wives dance and barbecue to be held at 7 o'clock f' Wednesday fate. You'll always have plenty of hot water. HUM to waate. 'heat. Every bit of aUctneemriy

I Saturday night Mrs. Carson Sawyer, right, dance committee chairman, :; LUNCHEON SPECIAL in I hurry, without wilt or worry, heats the water, not the outside air

and Mrs. Carlton Wilder, left, thought they should give the place the once
And for cleanlinete and carefree efficiency, You'11 eve money, too A !fiameleas electric
over and while there decided to plan the menu (NEWS photo) modem tUctric I water. hating i if aherr magic. water heater coat leta to buy lees to !Install,

VVeiners and Sauerkraut No soot,amok or fumes No oollltant.burnin. and leea to uat
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-AND YOU'RE INVITED!

The World TodayBy

tbt NtUJTUESDAY.
(toe e81et/ JAMES MARLOWE

Associot.d Press News Analyst


APRIL 21, 1964
WASHINGTON (AP-Almost than they need but keep on pro.

19 year of cold war secrecy, duclng it, then they're wasting

There's More Than One Way To Dig ClamsThe titian and all about that Communists means In ,skep.has money.Another question was raised,

had a freezing effect on the Is this a step toward diiarnu.

American mind ment? Johnson anticipated such

the The reaction to a Communistmove a question before making his
Administration's announced "waron lic works and the like can cure infinitely sounds
even when It announcement and answered it
poverty" drive poses an exceedingly complex problems of poverty in peaceful, Is almost predictable. as follows:

delicate question. There is no doubtof the United States." Suspicions of the Soviet Union "This is not disarmament

be said that kind of popped up Immediately In This is not t declaration ol
also this
It
Its political appeal everyone wants can Congress Monday after President peace. But It Is a hopeful sign

poverty eliminated, everyone wants to outpouring of federal money comingon Johnson announced to an and It is a step forward whichwe

be prosperous But the means to the end top of an already huge deficit AP luncheon In New York and welcome and which we can
Premier Khrushchev disclosed take In hope that the world
are not so simple proposition could create more poverty that it would In Moscow they were cutting yet, one day, live without fear may

President Neilan of the U. S. Chamber cure. For an almost certain result wouldbe production of material for nu. of war"

additional inflation further .II! I qJ clear weapons. 11the case of disarmament
of Commerce recently commentedon a degrading The suspicions went like this: the consistent American

the matter. The way to relieve pover. of the dollar's value, and a decline u tNY "How do we know Khrushchev been that Inspection positionhas wouldbe

ty, he pointed out, lies in the adoptionof in the purchasing power "of the millionsof u will keep his word? Will he let needed, and It if easy to see
us Into Russia to check to make
it would be needed in
why that
policies and attitudes that people who live on fixed incomes. "
government sure? We need proof In short, case but not in Johnson's cut.

will permit the free enterprise system to A "war on poverty" slogan undoubt. J1. d\ e Is he up to tricks? back decision of Monday

sound but J But all this overlooks the If the United States and the
operate at peak efficiency and so pro. edly Is political strategy we a S point: In this case It doesn't
for Instance
duce more lobs and better jobs. And are still a long way from adopting the matter whether he's placing Soviet agreed to Union destroy a certain,

he added this: "No outpouring of government proper tactics. tricks or not. Johnson said this number of missiles and nuclear

money, no matter how great, There's more than one way to dig weapons country has than more It needs.material for never warheads be ,sure this the country Soviets could were

on housing, education, medical cara, pub- clams, you know Therefore, continuing to pro. not cheating unless they permit
duce It without needing it IIwaslln& ted inspection.

4 J e Y. money Johnson put it Without such proof this coun.
a t I / this way: "We must not operate try would be a first-class sap to
. The Newspaper And The RetailerFrom l+ y a J /' Y a WP\ nuclear project Justto destroy a single one ot Its wea.
I1 when
provide employment
pons for, If that continued, It
our needs have been met.
.kr 9 v d p1e.r could wind up at the mercy of
The Soviets have the same

the Boonville, Indiana, Standard entire shopping complex including the problem of overproduction of the fully any armed disarmament Russians.But .agreement

: "It is a pity retailers so often haveto little stores feel the ill effects nuclear weapon material, as do is a long way off. John,

........... the British, but Khrushchev in son, ever since taking office
learn the same lesson over and over The Standard sums up in this man- .., ,-..,. i his announcement tried to pitch has been communicating with

again through cost and hardship nert. "The ultimate loser from inadequate VtORKI.. '\ 1 his decision on lofty plane.He Khrushchev privately but reporters
said the cutback was an
"This observation was made by Edward advertising is the consumer who pays for "opportunity for improving mutual were told the two men'ldeclslonl

Engle, official of the National Retail losses due to slow turnover, waste and understanding." The British of Monday were not a

Merchants Association. Engle was high per item selling costs" ; J. Today InWashington .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. today.were Actually to announce, they a put cutback the deal.For the reasons explained

referring to the importance of newspaper The basic principle here Is simple 'people Just brake on last year. above there didn't have to be a

advertising to retail trade" enough. If people don't know what you the'' Either Johnson is right or deal.But
In that probably won't
in his decision U he Is stop
wrong
His findings were based on a study have to offer, they can't and won't come By The AverageThe wrong, h. may be Jeopardizing suspicions about the whole bust

made of the results of the New York seeking it. Successful retailing and intelligent n ,W.s ASSOCIATEDPRESS the country. But it must be assumed ness although it would be hard
\ .' he would not have made to explain why this country
strike found thereIs extensive handin
newspaper It was advertising go a\prage house in this his decision without the adviceof should produce what It did not

no substitute for newspaper advertising hand By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RUSK Secretary of State country U bombarded with his military and atomic ex need, no matter what the Russians
Merchants should COPENHAGEN (AP) The Dean Rusk returned Monday 100,000 pound of rain and .. did.R's .
and that without advertising retailIng keep in mind that Rev. Dominique Pire Belgian now a pert
,
from his inspection tour of South year So, if he's right, it can makeno possible that moves like
would be in chaotic stock even though everybody knows where the Roman Catholic priest who won
state
a as Viet Nam and said the new VI. difference what Khrushchevdoes this one by both countries may
needs and turnover would be impossible church is located and what is there the 1958 Nobel Peace Prize, has etnamese ruler, MaJ. Gen Ngu The avenge; U.S. farm I* about cutting back. If the lead to better understanding,
been awarded annual
the Son.
the church bell is still yen Khanh, is "on the right 250: acre Russians have more material but that's for extra.
to predict. It Is also stressed that when rung as regularas ning prize for "meritoriouswork

the advertising of big stores Is absent the clockwork. European for culture.the advancement" of track Rusk and reported making to progress President" The average American family L; :;.,." :' :" : .::.:; :.:.... < '" :

..
Johnson on his lXday( trip to Manila lend 75/ Christmas card
Father Plre Is noted for his
Formosa, and South Viet and manage to get 84 per
humanitarian work with Euro. FUNNY
BUSINESS
Nam cent of them to arrive before
pean ind Asian refugees.
Dec 25
1 th ts. The prize, worth $16,430, was CENSUS The government I
say to learn in z
hopes an elaborate
soo ;
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS presented at Copenhagen's university .
experiment next month whether On the average, one person :
Monday Previous winners
It can conduct a good share of +
Include Albert Schweitzer
the next census by mall thus
,
and Bertrand ttussell. saving several million dollars. 'w \

It cost about 30 cents a person '
MONTE CARLO AP-For.
( to count the 180 million pop.
+ Minister .
(tlH SJ lit '.1 hit LaJ IWIIWII'II ID ,. elm Paul-HenriSpaak' ,' illation la 1960 and there win be
'.l who underwent surgery for an
an additional 25 million or so to a
intestinal obstruction two weeks
fl l li lt count In the next census.
was discharged from the 'Jl"
ago
i To get an Idea what percent
hospital today. He plans to
age of the population would fill a
tne'These
spend two weeks con.
out a simple census form sent
valescing in a Riviera hotel.
by the mall, a sample test cen.
sus will be conducted May 14
KUALA LUMPUR (AP) for the estimated 750,000 persons .
Gen. Earle
U.S.
Wheeler Army In the vicinity of Louisville .
chief of staff, arrived today for .
conferences Ky., and a nearby Indiana
with Malaysian area.

military leaders Theypresuma. MORSE Sen. Wayne Morse, out of 10 In the US walk
bly will brief him oh
guerrilla to work.
D-Ore, has challenged support.
fighting in Borneo touched
off
ers of UJS. policies In South Viet
by Indonesia's "crush Malay.sla" Nam to try to get Congress to AD'rr..*.* college) student
/ don't cart how near it Is to the ending! Shut off campaign.
In the U.S.
pass "a declaration of war. will spend 2,000
that protector and start unloading your passengers" It was believed Wheeler was He took the floor after five hours In classes, seminars and

11"1111 NMI fully informed of the Malaysian Democratic colleagues took issue laboratories during his four

situation Monday night in Stnga. with his labeling the South years on campus and 7000hours
pore where he talked with com. Viet Nam In extracurricular .
fighting as "McNa- activity
Bible in Education manders of Britain's Far East mara's war" of one sort or another "That's his famous Mobster blow'-he delivers a left

A Newton, Mis, English teacher, those who hive taken issue with the forces.Malaysia.Britain is helping defend Morse, who has demanded the In product from and right at the same time! .
withdrawal of U.S. ranging
Thayer S, Warihiw hIS brought up a Supreme Court decision barring prayers troops from .
picnic plates to
South Viet Nam described hi.colleagues' reading matter
significant point with rcipect to the and devotional Bible reading In publla CAIRO (AP)-Quote of the 457 pounds of are
reading of the Bible in public schools. schools, For the main point he has mid day: speeches as "large used paper
He did It by conducting tests with hli 1* that the Bible and the Influence of President Carnal Abdel Nas. ly a defense of the patriotism"of up by an average American

eleventh and twelfth-grade pupils In those who believe in its content have ser, after his daughter, Mona, Secretary of Defense RobertS. In a year I

which It was proved that they did not been 10 powerful in the formation of failed to meet admission re. McNamara and a tribute to The American
eats
know enough about the Bible to understand American culture and tradition that qulrements for Cairo Univer his brilliance. as an administrator 17.2 pounds average of candy a year, e-

the literature, music, art and there 1* no understanding our society ally "I'm proud that while the

other aspects of their cultural heritage. and its institutions without knowledgeof son of a farmer managed to Morse said he would second Atrrage dally rod for a hospital Remarks
Hit proposal that the Bible be taught the Bible However for this that but declared: "Not one
very join the university, the daughter bed In the U.S. Is $19.40.
voice has answered .
not as I religious book or even a book reason there could be no rational objection of the president of the repUblic yet my contention
of literature, but si a part of the humanities to the treatment of the Bible 11 apart could not because that the United States, The .,
she under the leadership of Defense average person spends <:>"" w", ;.<, '., ?*ff.f:. :
may not alt well with many of the humanities from parent who> didn't obtain the necessary only 23/ minutes a day in articulated
Americans To some it will seem to go desire a complete education for their marks This Secretary McNamara, is fight.
means equality of speech: ; the rest of the
too fir, to others not far enough Still, offspring opportunity for in Ing an Illegal and unwise war in A OC/L YCKSL REPORTS
everybody
it offers I meant of bridging the gulf It I II possible, of course, that his pub- our country." Viet Nam. That Is why I callIt

of controvert over the subject of Bible lie school exposure to the Scriptures McNamara's war." ra l: + A forr.er prisoner
reading in public schools, and one might lead to a child commitment to rays making
founded on an unshakable picmUe: Its moral and spiritual message But political prisoners in Cuba listento
Without knowledge of the Scriptures that also I i. the possibility with numerous I f Here's An EASY PUZZLE IS i I If Fiddler Castro's speeches over

the individual limply Is not educated other philosophies, creeds and I and over is one of
In I tense, Mr, Wanhaws test and Ideologies presented In the schools several means
conclusion support the argument of Fort Worth (Texas) SI4r-r.ltgr'II\l used to torture them. Brother, that

I Canine Breed I lfere4 the Anlwee is what is kncwn AS inhuman treatment -


Unarmed Diplomacy Alaska Fishery Toll HORIZONTAL VERTICALIT w '! .
+ TrnrJ to Gordon Cu3hnon,17C8
Sculpture has It* victories not less Alaska Depleted t huge person N
renowned than itateimen, The \ena> a fishing Industry suffciedpaiabmg I breed of dog 2 Moil unusual 0117S tl u3f Shore Blvd. for cartoon from
blow In list week* earthquake 13 form a notion 3 Scottish
Duffelo Even.
tility of French foreign policy U itrik- .b News Hope to use it
ingly demonstrated by the simultaneous Destruction may be greater than 14 15 Type Fruit of drink fur 4 sheepfold AmbaryU x N 9 soon.

deipitching of two monument of Euro 50 per cent-scores of boat sunk or Willow SSiotun Indian rv a
pean culture to east and west, the lost; canneries and docks dcstroed or It Greek letter I JJird'* home N time spent 'convening he Is + "hound Richard"' Pope Cypress

Venus de Milo to Japan and the presl- heavily damaged; gear swept away by 18 Compass point JObsenedSO N N, grimacing smiling, frowning, Tardens rseitro screhow managed to
dent of France to Mexico Thrlr fortune Klinuc Short Jackets Str.'I shrugging what have you kin
waves Without Immediate help for Symbol for id Die 4G. dat", of set I.uoaoin: of Jordan to visit
have been rather different While the 4.000 Alaskans! engaged full time in Symbol Illinium thulium 33 tt'anden I' 0 e ,t The tax on a gallon of ,aA- the Oerdens and have
the president was hardly icraUhtd on fishing, and the 12,000 deriving Income 2J Former J2'nd? ,t..0I1h.lt+ 43" :' ."010)iyt ollne, both a go at water
state and
hi* journey, it looked for one nasty from fishing, will be only partially employed Rusaianruler "Complete 33 Fixed( r.: .:;y Federal counting levies, 10 J' -iiZG tick also had King Saud of
moment a* though Venus had had chip 25 Duration '* Domain 38 Rut. :itnarry\\ 41' Cur; ?,n. average Arabia for a visit but rot
oft everything Fortunately the chip, Fishing is in unpredictable business 87 Three time* 17 T>'pe of moth 47 I:;.es (Scot ) cent water
Ascended 31 Lock ol h...r 4) C'I Us( .skiing.
comb. form cry
were only plaster and Japanese art. under the best of condition Stock offish ( )
** Horsemen 40 Facile 51P "fh lax'a The average taxpayer works
!8 Chopping tool
lovers will be able to + If haven't
soon ice once dwindle and Increase for you read the fine
reason it Hypothetical 2S Pendent 41 Creek god of 931 l I. e of tight 117 days a year to meet Federal
again "Venut" bull entier A ion pldtr not fully understood, Disasters occur in structural unit ornament war lab, ) state and local taxes. article on George Washington Jenkins
.Itac" e, Meanwhile the hat been received the salmon spawning stream and at 30 Spain (ab)
the of Yokohama I C y :S I :i t In the current issue of Look
by mayor sea Japanese and Russian fishermen Symbol for 1 'u I '"'Z Magazine

three beauty queen and an actress, and Increase annually on the offshore Alaska selenium 5 y we suggest that you do so.
the band of the Yokohama Are brigade, bottom fishing ground and Japaneseare 33 Yes (Sp ) elieve
and transported to Tokyo with an escort blamed for taking Aliska.spawned 33 Through S ,It ,,1 1,0, you us George deserves the

of eleven police motor-cyclist. iocke>e salmon east of the "MJCAilhur 34 36 Sea Bitter t eafles etch lti fr'DRINK firm things said about him.

All lids 1 is a striking example of what Line In mile-long nets, gear Americansare 37 Native, ot z" u +. I iEN YQ + Ihn Naples Yacht Club will get

can be done by a mixture of modern barred from using for conservation Latvia IJ y :s s a good going over sometime this
technology and modern politic. The reasons In their own \\.te.... 3. Behold I summer -
day is not fir off when the clones of No word his been heard of damageto 40 Spirited ;,1 20 r- Larger kitchen facilities and

Chirtre cathedral will be greeted by a21un Russian and Japanese fishing fleets, 45 Comparativesums '\Q r- Y. other improvements are scheduled.

salute from the Argentine fleet which may hive escaped the tidal 4< Bt indebted i-- t. .,..- + It Jack Mathews gets elected
,
It they tail Into Buenoi Aires, or Sabre- waves But certainly these entrepreneurs 48 Rued 1f
jet* will dip their wings in salute to the will be In action with their highly mountain r y governor, he should appoint Ben

section of the Grand Canyon transported efficient gear in harvesting the bottom. crest _. U :1\ \\\.0\\\11)1\ Parks to some lush positicn, for

to the Luneburg heath Perhaps Ann and king crab. One cheerful note: 41 Feminine .. \1 5.) Ben ( or somebody ) is
President de Gaulle I I. the last itateimm Fort Wakefleld, near Kodiak IsUnri. name wearing out
who can match his own monumcn- center of Alaska* S3 million king crib 02 Gratify Sea nymph 1)1 y4 y, ., ? -Q a hammer putting up Mathews signs.

tat quality against sermons in atones, aciuitv. hid little or no damage But 84 Literary it 11 16 'f COMe to think of it "Judge"
: ,
If 10, international gathering In the otherwise the picture I I. grim Congreiiional composition; iI Bill porter and
future may start from I itite of petrifaction and administrative aid to the SJlt his a ," 51 ssblack "Casey" Ingram are

Instead ef ending in one.-Tin fishing Industry of Alaska! curtly should with taamarkings coat )1 doing roal well by their respective

CcoiumiUt (London) have high priority.-Th. Ori/onum/ : : candidates Burns and DIckinson.sn .



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- Frank Lawsoii. Junior High School Holds




- Seniors Champ>> Second Annual Sports Fete



01" At Beach Club Seventy eight participants In -- -

- the Junior high sports program
Frank Lawson took top honorsin tag In the finals. Their match were honored Saturday night at
d: the championship flight of the for the championship In Cla, B the second annual Junior high
a. Henry B. Watkins Seniors Golf had not been played at press athlet) banquet In the school
:11: Tournament held at the Beach time for the News cafeteria.
Is Club and was named 1964 Eo V. Brumflel won l.up over Nln' cheerleaders received
It champion. Lawson won over Tom Ed Ryer after 20 holes to cop silver megaphone awards, ol
Abbott In the final round, 4 and first honors in Class B. He charm bracelet size, from fa.
t. 3. Full handicaps were applied won his way to the finals by cult)' advisor Mrs. Brandt Wat
u to scores In the tourney eliminating D. Habermann, 3-2, son SPORTS
11 Lawson, "playing over my In the first round and Fred Wll. Letters and other awards were
h head" as he put It, was lop at lard, 6.5, In the semi-final match. given out after a good roast-

n the turn, and closed out the match Ryer defeated A.S.Hamilton,6$, ./ iw beef meal, which was enjoyed by . . . . . . . . .
y at 15. Abbott shooting against In the first round and L.R. Lef. everyone Junior high principal
r the high handicap held by Law. ferson, l.up, in 20 holes In the t James Diffenbaugh was master ol
son had to shoot near par golf semifinal round. ceremonies for the program. Tuend.y. April 21. 196t COLLIER COUNTY: NEWS 5

Itn to win, but didn't do It. About 40 golfers entered the Junior high coaches Bill
Itj Harry Slottag and B.F.Brlgjs tournament which has been under. J -- Marshall, Keith Bright, Glen Prince, George Frye, Steve Baseball
are to meet in the finals of way for the past two weeks.Fondy FOUR-MAN SOFTBALL TEAM toward Thursday l1iht-R'-;; in Stanley, and Terry Weed gave Grimm, Jim Kredrlckson, and Legion
points
e Class A. Slottag drew a byeIn Adams was the defending cham. letters to boys participating In Mike Pauly. Needs From
t the first round, then defeatedH. plan, but lost out In the second Naples against a local all-star team. From left are shor'stop Jerry Jones the various sports. Stanley noted that track seasonIs Help

Veldt, 6$, In the semi-final round to Lawson, the 1964 rham. catcher Bill Kehrer, pitcher Eddie Feigner and list bas 'mal1 Al Jackson Those giving a few words of not over jet, so letters can't Area BusinessmenTwo
round. Brlggs won over L.M. plop greeting Included senior high be given out at this time The
Brown, l.up, and over T.Land, "King and his court" have traveled throughout the nation! for 18 years, principal E.W. Woodruff Quar. junior high's first track team,he dozen Naples area boys

3.2, for the right to meet Slot. Ripples Next meeting all comers, and winning 92 per c"nt of their games behind Feign. terback Club president Dr.Fred noted, has won two meets and will be counting on area businessmen .
i er's pitching Thursday's game at Cambier Park starts at 8 p.m. Gore, and high school coaches has at least two left. to donate money to get
II Jerry Moorls, Bill Bryan, and The 19 boys who are out the embryonic Naples American
I PennsylvanianWins Test For Naples Jerry Howell Bryan urged for track, Stanley said,are Wayne Legion baseball team off the
HonorsIn junior high athletes who arecom. Hartford, Carter Bryan, BUI ground
Top Naples Junior High's track First Tourney By New Golf Ing to senior high next fall to Spencer, John Dublin, Nick A week.long campaign for funds
Snook Rodeo team will host the strong Fort "stay eligible, and continue the Pedro, Ricky Splcer, Mark Finger will begin Saturday, manager Rol.
Myers Junior High Ripples Wed. desire you have already shown Dennis Koome, Steve Steele, lie Rice said at a squad meeting
Persistence paid off for J. Russ In sports" George Frye last night. The goal Is $900 to
nesday at 4 p.m. on the 440.yard Bobby Todd, Tom
Howard of York, Pa. who won grass track next to the senior Association Goes Over Morgan, Reggie Lord, Jim establish a working fund out of
top honors Inthethree-monthTen high school. BigBY FOOTBALL LETTERS Stelnback, Keith Orschell, Mike which the team ran pay travel
Thousand Island snook rodeo end. Coach Clan Stanley said this Marshall handed out 17 foot. Taylor, John Alexander, Chip coats and buy equipment need.
log March 31. The Contest was morning;; Fort Myers asked to ball letters to John Dunlin, Steve Murray, and Nell Levl. ed for the coming season.
sponsored by the Everglades have the meet moved here from SAM ENGLAND Ion was held at Big Cypress Mike Yahl was closest to the Chlckertng, Plain Faber, Keith Rice says he thinks the sol.Icltatlon .
Small Boat Dock. About 50 players took part; Orsrhell, Bob Tudor, Monte will be successful "IfIt
Fort Myers, where it was sche. Golf and Country Club. In every pin on number 15 In Class A, and
Howard took first place In the duled to be held. Stanley was In Sunday's golf tournament spon. one's opinion, the tourney was Lloyd Wright, playing Class B, Hackney, David Bales, Ron Lar. MADE OP FIVE SHOTS Isn't, we won't field a team,"
Bored by the newly organized 1 successful son, BUI Spencer, Chip Murray, MXRlrORD. (',, he remarked In contrast to
largest snook division, entering more than willing to go along very Including goodiolf dropped one within three feet of nn. (AI') -
a 20-pound llneslder on March with Fort Myers' request. Greater Naples Golf Association, and some runny golf. the pin on the 160. yard Jerry Davis, Wayne Hartford, Credit for inching up the higgfnl previous years,Rice doesn't want
24. His 18-pound snook entryof The Junior high team has knock. The first affair for the assocla. Trophies and other prizes were hole. Wright dropped the putt Larry Lenart,Mark Finger,steve deficit by a winner In the final the team to have to worry'about
two days earlier was good ed off Punta Gorda twice In Its won in low gross and low net for a birdie. Pearlle Riner won Steele, captain Carter Bryan, round of a loiiirumrnt during the raising money during the base.
for second place In the same only two competitive meets so competition, plus prizes for In Class C In the pin contest. and capUln Bob Waggoner. 1463 I'rofemiloniil U.lfetn AMOclition ball season.
closest4o-the-pln shots and long Fourteen boys who played but (I'GA) lour After the fund-raising cam.
division. Howard, with 36 snook far. The Panthers will have BaseballRoundup went I to Hilly
drives. Handicaps applied In did not letter were recognized. Cuper. palgn Is over,the team will start
releases In one day, also won the their hands full trying to contain I CADDY "HOMESICK"One
most.releases award. the Ripples, though. I low net scoring and play was golfer won the dubious They were Rusty Hitcher, Rid Casper overcame a fivr-ntrokc, practicing May 6. The scheduleof
held In three classes. shootIng Hendry, Malcolm King, Don Lar. handicap to nosy out tVorgr games begins June 8. Boyson
for the
.Dick Vance, shooting In ClassA prize highest score, son, Bobby Rosier,Tom Walters, (Mayer In the Insurance Crib the legion team can't t*
117 lie had too.
a caddy
Almost topped all contestants for low Paul Castenlr, Gary Griffin, Open 19 before September t 1.
Celts Win Game gross honors, shooting 373774. It was reported that at one time Rocky llollowav.. Al Blanshotte.. .
By MIKE RATHET out on the course, the caddy said: ;; .
I Ira Capelle was second with 77, Mike Matuslak, Bobby Mc Con
Associated Press Sports Walter and Tom and Bob Abbott tied for "We've been out here so long nell, Bennie Roome, and Larry
As things stand today, the Los third place with 78'.. I'm getting homesick." The Lee. Nick Pedro was all set to Naples High Stymied
Ends In Free For All Angeles Dodgers are just a Bob Abbott took top honors In story was not verified. That, be a probable starter on last I
followed
presumably after the
shade worse than the New York low net scoring with 79.10.69. fall's team but he was out for
BOSTON (AP) For San was fuming and had to be Yankees with Jerry Fyke and Bob Bakerin golfer carded 11 on one short the season with an In'lurv- .
Francisco Coach Alex HannumIt pulled back to the bench by But then they've had more a tie for second and third hole.Another Bright presented letters to On White Sands BidThe
looks like a seveo,gaine see Russell. time to work at it. honors at 72. golfer hit three eight eighth graders and two

rles. Boston center Bill Russell Chamberlain had little to say The Dodgers maintained their In Class B, the low gross ber straight 11, balls and then In the lake on lelf.num.. seventh graders who formed a door Is closed this year, and this requirement was not
wishes there were no games of the Incident after the game edge Monday, but not without trophy went to Dr Bill Barrett pointed rules committee as a declared .. basketball team that lost only one but not locked, In Naples High obtained.
left. And big Clyde Lovellette of except to Imply there had been some difficulty. They collectedfive with 433982. Jack Winter was the water a lateral hazard, game this winter, Tommy Ball School's efforts to be admittedto However, the league officials
the Celtics Is just waiting for due provocation by Lovellette. hits and scored a run off second with 83. Dale Uhllch took and dropped one over the shoulderon and Paul Castenlr are the seventh the White Sands Conference Invited Naples to apply again
the bell to ring for the second Lovellette, with a cherry.redmark Bob Sadowski while losing to low net first prize with 83J2.71. the bank the graders Their teammates were next year, at which time changed
near
round. on his upper lip, said, Milwaukee 7.1 and running their Bert WUworth was second with Members of his foursome green. Rocky lamurrl,Rick lIendryBen. League members last nightIn conditions may cause the Man.
Out of these conflicting! opinions "All of a sudden, boom, and I longest losing streak In two 84.12.72. Walter Leggett was time to by that nle Roome, Carlos Alfonso, Fernando Venice told Naples represen. alee County schools to look upon
agreed the rules
rises the fact that the Cel. was down. I don't know what years to six games. third In low net scoring without change Rivero, Jerry Davis, John tatlves they are Impressed with Naples' bid more favorably
tics now lead two games to caused It. Maybe he was sore The Yankees, meanwhile, Richard Golden, with 92, was argument. Abbott, and Mike Sharp. Certl. the progress the local school One of the hurdles to be clear
none in the championship National about being behind by 30 points. tried to catch up but failed. tops In the low gross scoring in Discussions In the clubhouse flcates were given to two non. has made In Its athletic program, ed, apparently, Is a Manatee
Basketball Association But It's no disgrace to be They didn't score but they did Class C. Skipper Smith was ... following the tournament dwelt letter winners, Bob Todd and Dan and the good conduct of Its County rule prohibiting school
stroke nine hits losing mostly on the "ifs". It teams. Punta Gorda, North Fort
before to Marvel.
playoffs by virtue of Mondaynight's decked by a foot.2, 290.pound.er. cond with 93. Jim Lulejlan was appears"if athletic teams from travelingmore
124.101 romp over the Boston 4.0. They might have low net champ in this class with those nines" hadn't croppedup Marshall gave freshman bas. Myers, and Venice of the White than 100 miles. NaplesIs
bad a better chance If the other the whole list of winners would ketball letters to Jeff Johnson. Sands strongly supported Naples'application )
Warriors.Oame. 3 and 4 "I plgy Wilt a lot closer tbanRussell"Thig 942787. Pearlle Rlner was ... 118 miles from Southeast and
half'of.the Patriots' Day double have been changed.. Terry and Jerry Morgan, Ricky for mem ershtp.
are on tap In San Francisco on Clyde continued, cond with 73. 120 from Palmetto. |
Wednesday and Friday nights. "But I have to. I can't jump header at Boston hadn't been Mike Yahl won the long drive It was voted unanimouslyhow.! Wlnn, John Craig, John Dahlin, As expected, the two northernmost Membership In a cixtference;
The game's the thing, but like Russell But I've playedhim rained out. prize in Class A and Bob Hart. ever, that the tournament was a co-captain Mark Finger, captain members of the league, would help alleviate Na'les'sche' .
Monday night It almost got lost like that before and if he The Dodgers' edge, however, nett, with a "Boomer" going out "big success", the golfer with Steve Steel, and manager Bobby Bradenton Southeast and Pal. doling problems The local
In the shuffle, or rather, the knocks me down 10 times, I'll stems from the fact they've just short of 300 yards won ClassB 117 voting loudest, but vowing MrConnell. The coach recognlz.ed metto, were less receptive to the school has been an Independent
scuffle. still play him like that." played more games Each team honors. Jerry Hannah was the to play next time without an un. other freshman basketball Naples bid It took a unanimousvote since I9S8, when the farflungTamtaml
The near free.for.all erupted he has won one game, but the longest driver In Class C. happy caddy team members Jerry Hanna, Val to admit a new member, Conference disbanded
Auerbach explained was
Just after the fourth Dodgers have squeezed In six
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opened with the Celtics holding qualified. The Boston coach said The Dodgers In the National >
a 31.point advantage at 104.73. _
Is manda. 415IJJt
the disqualification
Lovellette fouled Wilt Cham. League cellar one game behindthe ;
tory when a player tosses a New York Meta and four be. '
berlaln, the two e x c h a n red
viewpoints and, w ham m ol punch. hind leading Philadelphia and :

knees.and Chamberlain's Lovellette dropped right shot to his out tired"series Russell and was said that down he he to was wishes the"real final the three 14 San runs Francisco In In the seven,last have 35 scored games Innings.only and : fAJWINl Jji le PLANT and TREE WORLD s I .


Players from both benches game or else over completely. for They've a .213 collected batting average.only 50 hits, in i>i'evffiit ni>w, folUnvinjjr month* of em.t njtfht
flooded the floor the only bright
but just as Statistically,
quickly appeared the boys in light for the Warriors was The Yankees, in the American and xlaytf; t blue and order returned to the Chamberlain's 32 points which League cellar one-half game be.
Boston Garden. led all scorers. Sam Jones with hind the Washington Senatorsand
Boston Coach Red Auerbach 31 was tops for the Celtics. three behind front-running f 8urfnttiPen1
Baltimore, have scored 12 runs N*

In five games But they've col. tft'nt'ral, all-'i-uuml |>u looses, fVi' lected 41 hits for a .218 batting \
37 Drafted For Senior average. .;{, It's ( % iirj anic

the The day biggest was put hitting on at Houston show of, ami contains oth.tMt'sst'ntia. I eUments. -

where Nellie Fox drove In four ..,.. ReaKanahfy prim!, a* sltrmnal

Little League Baseball the runs Colts'with a 7.1 single victory and triple over St.In ..,. j; tight, beknv! .nV. h"F

Louis. In the only other game h,
played, Bob Skinner's error
Thirty-seven boys were drafted new players are Terry McCune, gave San Francisco two eighth. :
last night by managers of the four Ronnie McCune, Tim Whtpkey, Inning runs and a 5.2 triumphover for QUICK .
Senior Little League baseball Mike Matuslak, Harold Moss, Cincinnati. GREEN-UP
teams, and these boys will com. Bob Harrelson, Spence Price, The Chicago at Baltimore and '.
pete for open spots on the teams' Jim Benfleld, Robert Hendrick. Philadelphia at New York Meta use all-mineral "Iii' ..,h."JIl; : '
rosters. son, Mike Noe, and Chris Croak. games also were rained out. ".t" ,
This year's Senior League Collier County Motors Cubs The other clubs were not sched. .j I. ....
schedule will begin Friday, May selections were made by Ed Da. uled. I .
IS, and will feature two games vis, plnchJilttlng for manager Sadowskl had retired 21 Dodg. 6-6-6 .. Ctaco i
each Wednesday, Friday, and al. Red stier, who couldn't attend. ers In a row when they finally
ternate Saturdays through July Cubs players will practice Sat. scored In the ninth on a singleby 5UNNILAND'SZZS .
10. There will be no games, urday at 2 p.m. Picked last night Tommy Davis and Ron Fair. $ for 100 Ibs. 4/I 6.6.6.3
however, during the May 25. were Jim Steinback, Tom Bell, Iy's triple. Gene Oliver stroked YL r'
June 1 period because of a holt Steve Ambrose, Paul Castenlr, three hits for the Braves, Lee ttvt' 501hs. Swmnd M
day and the close of school. Jay Faulkner, Ron maker, Da. Maye hit a homer and Frank tt'N tG
Cypress Lodge Dodgers, re. vid Frank, and Forest Anderson. Bolllns drove In three runs with ti
presented by manager Bob John Nine selections were made by two run-acorlng singles and a
I son, picked nine boys last night. Elks Rids manager franc Lyon. bases-loaded walk. Nick Will. %b $2.89

The team's first practice Is to. The Reds will practice Mondayat hue was the loser. I : :. ,,.
I morrow at 4 p.m. at Gambler S p.m. Boy. are Scott Black, Bill Monbouquette, who al. :
Park. Selected were Carlos Al. Gary Nazism, Phil Saad, Oscar lowed seven hits before leaving 1 TttE EVEt : \ 2 50-ib. bags
fonso, Don L4ghtn rRocky la. Gonzales, Melvin Engel, Gerry after' eight Innings because of tit
murrl, Jeff Johnson, John John. Batcher, Robert Wright, Reggie arm trouble, and Dick Radatz
son, Tommy Peels, Ron Rose, Lord, and Elbert Bryan. combined to shut out the Yan. .
Ron BenfUld, and Mike Ward. Last night's draft put the teams keen Dick Stuart drove in two $4.95
Lawyers Abstract Service PI. over theI5play.rUmltandman. runs for the Red Sox with a
rates, represented by manager agars will necessarily have to do pair of singles and rookie Tony d nk" too
Fred Moss, chose 11 boys The some pruning after seeing their Conlgllaro hit his second homerof i 1 \
troops In action during the coming s iua SoElt 1I1oIlI.
Pirates will/ practice Friday at the season. Rookie Bob Mey.er o9 ;
the park at 3 p.m. Prospective practices. took the In..... 'IE n"g" .\/
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I tftl Comit's. l-II Romance Sparkles

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) In Event Day Local SeniorsRomance


.v an action certainly Insofar as could be remem-
Ele\en IIf l ( ""Ihfi ( 'r in lit t\ I I-II ('Ink! men far removed from the customary bered It was the first affairof

beis pal"tlrlpatl'd I III the :'l\-\\\ \ \ t !H I b\tntx procedure of the Senor Its kind In the club's seven

Dahold i 1'ruill I 1,1 at tf',irni'' (M"I""It'af'i itI Citizens' Club of Naples, year history, and the news

I Lake l'la'id( ,unl i 11"11 i t''p| I 1'1'1'' III time and a word heard only In the formed a light Interlude to a

I projects r songs the club members sing serious talk on club progressby
1 each Monday at last has Invaded Wicks first president,
C.A. ,
The \1111/1/ <'i 1' II III d"Ii/1 I 1"1.'t" in tht
the organization's venerable as he pinned the buttons on the
Statis: E\'I'l1b D.I. '
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1 and iJIMMY ranks five new officers as follows
1/L It was announced at Monday's Walter Harris, president;
/
P regular meeting In the auditorium Robert Thomas, vice president -

I aaxuYwv r.6 of the Naples Uoman'J Ruth Hoyt, recording secretary -
rs V j Club, that two of the best William Kollmeyer,

$ known members of the Se treasurer, and Lena Harris

nior's group, Mrs Florence corresponding secretary. (Ed
Gangwer of Trail Terrace, and note Picture on front page.)
%.S, (Bill) PostonofFlrstAve
$1. Chairmen of the club's several
f ft nue, South, had Just been married committees reported on
in the parsonage of the which for
activities of the year
Church of God and would
honey October
the club began 21,1963
moon with a trip to the Carib.
BOBBY BlANC points to the queen bee during and members were remindedthat
bear\ Islands. They met at sessions
the will end next
his prize winning demonstration on beek epinlC, of the Seniors' group and season
I Monday with a birthday party
He will also give a demonstration in Gainesville. k the announcement was made honoring those with birthdaysIn

Bobby is from Good land. during the formal Installationof May June and July as well
the club's new officers and
as April."I .
(<' t ti 44, by way of explanation as to like you all, and I want
Mae Murray Has .-..---....-. why Mrs. Gangwer tamed' down to make a smiling club out of
RONNIE: : \\'IL80of: Immokalee won second l the recent proposal of a nominating this organization," said Walter

No the and will committee to make her Harris the Incoming president.A .
Regrets, Says i prize in public speaking contest represent the organization's next record-
motion picture, "Steel-
this district at the state contest in :\Ma\, Ing secretary.
She Lived Well head Junction", one of the S.F.
Briggs' group, was shown depicting -
Another
HOLLYWOOD (AP)-6ht is a Surprising Turnout fishing for steelhead
familiar sight as she hurries salmon at the headwaters of the
down the street, her corn.silk Snake River In Idaho.
hair tucked under a large hat, r. ) Duplicate Club Shows Bounce
her tiny frame wrapped In a ( / RecreationCalendar
bulky coat. She takes short steps
In heels so high as to seem pre .a DY C J. \1c mRRY "My wife and 1 enjoyed so North-south, the Sam Leaders
carious, yet she moves with a The Naples Duplicate Bridge much the 11 days we spent In hit a long home run witha

dancer's grace. Club last Friday proved the old Naples. The high spot of our 207-poInt score Follow
Mae Murray is a part of the adage that "where there's resiliency visit was the two evenings we ing were the teams of Luellen.Palmer,182.12Grahams TUESDAY
legendary era of Hollywood's ,there's lots of bounce"by spent with your duplicate club. 169, 1:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
'20s, when stars lived above the having 14 tables participating Your group Is very friendly and Pennywltts 166-1/2, Boynton- Bowling Brookslde Bowl.
crowd and married princes. Advanced tennis
In Its game. And a good made us feel welcome; Kosters 161, George Smiths 4:00 p.m.
Six weeks ago police found 11 class Cambler Park.
her wandering In St. Louis. y t time was had by all .. and In Well, the Eatons of Clevelandwere 159-1/2, Mrs William Franklin 7:30 p.m. Adult tennis class.

Friends brought her back to the t most cases, a good game. more than welcome and Mrs. June Haschka 159, CaRl bier Park.
apartment where she has lived I!, ii1 Speaking of good times at we hope for the opportunity of Gene Parkers 158-1/2 and 7:30 p.m. Men's Softball league .
for the past year and where she the club, one of our greatly extending a very cordial greet. Judge Delmar Carter Harrall! Cambler Park Stone vs

gave an interview. WOLF from Immokake used one of his enjoyed winter guests has drop ing when they return..as we 15612. Tropics; Stahlman vs PublixWEDNESDAY
Miss Murray remains a hand. ped Vlc Pennywltt, club president feel sure they will, having once East-West Turner- Milligan
some woman, stylishly dressed California rabbits in demonstrating n J I-II project a line and I'm taking the been In Naples. also drove "overthe fence"

with makeup expertly applied, and won fit at place in the District and a trip to liberty of quoting one pertinent Gene and Helen Parker must with their 215.1/2 with Mrs. 2:00: p,m. Senior Citizens
her lips less bee.stung than In Gainesville paragraph be given full credit for their Harry Bauer-Frank Otte having shuffleboard Cambler Park
her heyday on the screen. That 5:15 Adult Intermediate '
assist In helping the attendance. 177.1/2 for second. Mrs. p.m.
was during the period of silent JIMMY ECIIOLS of Naples -..,.- Golf Class Big Cypress Golf i
The first-time Harold Weed Gertrude
films, although she made eight -a-tr. only guests we re Mrs.
talkies, Including one In 1951. gave a demonstration Gene's brother Carl Parker, Waite 176; the Lawson 173- Course

"But you don't have to keep showing how to and his good wife and their other 1/2 the MacDonalds 167-1/2 THURSDAY

making films to remain a star," build a wood duck nest house guests Mr,and Mrs.J.W. and the.Bradburys 159. 4:00 p,m. Intermediate tennli
she said. "You can go in and i Gooch, all from Highland Park class Cambler Park,
box
out." Jerry R Mays
i i m.It 5:15 p.m. Adult beginner
Her most famous role was as might be remarked about golf class Big Cypress Golf I
"Tht Merry Widow" to John Pvt. Roy R. Downs w Gene's brother that one could Ends TrainingAt Course.

Gilbert's dashing prince In the ', not doubt the relationship. The Great LakesJerry 8:00: p,m. Softball game .
1923 version of the operetta Sent To Iran For similarity in reminded Cambier Park: King & Ills Courts
classic. She remembers It fond. appearance R. Mays, son of Mr. Naples All Stars
*r. Exercise Delawar me of a remark made and Mrs Otho Mays, of Immoka.. '
She stilt loves to dance, and by a colored maid we had many lee, has completed basic train. FRIDAY I
Army Pvt Roy R. Downs, son
she sometimes goes out with of Mrs. E. Jane Downs, Immoka. years ago. Anent a pair of ing at the Naval Training Center 9:30 a.m. Adult tennis class.
friends to the night spots in lee, Is part of anArmy brigade of little girl twins who moved Great Lakes, Dl. Cambler"Park.
town.In. 101st Airborne Division: para Into the neighborhood, she The nine week training 1:00 p.m Senior Citizens
1926 she figured her worth troopers from Fort Campbell, remarked about the appearanceof includes naval orientation, his. At $) million. Ten years later it Ky., who were deployed to Iran ones Lawsy, she shore tory and organization, seaman.
was gone. She was asked If she to participate In Exercise assembles her'n." Incidentally ship, ordnance and!gunnery,mill Week
Bloodiest
had regrets. drill first aid and survival.
any tary ,
DELAWAR, April 12.15. 1 hope my devious wanderings -
"No, none at all," she replied. During the training recruits
DELAWAR Persian for courageous Into the area of semantics For S. Viet Forces
"I spent a great deal of money, receive tests and inteivlewswhich
but I spent It well. I enjoyed wasacombinedIranian. will not so lead me astray determine their future assignments SAIGON, South Viet Nam
every bit of it." U.S. military training exercise concerning the proper application in the Navy. Upon com. I(AP)-South Vietnamese forces
designed to Improve the defense of the pertinent verb. pletlng the program they are assigned I have had their bloodiest week of
Museum Of Modern capabilities of U.S. allies In the Regarding the play, one can to service ichools for war, with 200 dead and C60
Central Treaty Organization wounded In action against the
truly admire the outstanding technical training or to ships and
Art Accepts Film (CENTO). games of the winners both stations for on-the.job training Communist Viet Cong, an Amer.
,
Downs and
other
paratroopersof today.
in lean spokesman reported
north-south and east.west.There a Navy rating specialty.
Frontiers Of NewsNEW the Army brigade conducteda Naval training produces the Another 140 were wounded In
was only one pair each
simulated reinforcement of week
power in seapower by supplying engagements of the past ,
A docu. Iranian forces in way, since It was a one sec.
YORK (CAP) theDezful area. kv qualified personnel to man the when Communists made sharp
mentary film, "Frontier of Regularly assigned as a can. lion evening, with 28 boards, ships, planes and shore stationsof thrusts In the Mekong River
News," produced as a tribute to noneer In Battery B, 2d Bat. and an average score of 156. today's Navy. delta.
press photographers who serve tallon of the division's 320th Ar. ---- .
beyond the call of duty, was tillery, Downs entered the Armyin
accepted today by the Museumof December 1962 and received
Modern Art as part of its basic training at Fort Jackson, i

film library. S.C.The DEMONSTRATION on fnimei cooperatives was given by this quartet
The movie uses hundreds of 20-yeir-old soldier attend
Associated Press still pictures ed Avon Park High School and which won second! plac, honors, losing out to De Soto Count ,I l-ll Club TO SUFFER WITH THE

to tail a story of recent dramat. was employed by Will Rand contestants. Horn left they are hairy Comacho, Terry and Larry Stephens
le news events, Including the Motors, Avon Park, before en. and Bobby Dianchl! 1., HEAT ALL SUMMER!
racial crisis, Viet Nam and the terlng the Army.
assassination of President JohnF -
Kennedy.It FEET UP, MEN! t- % WHEN
was produced by Wlllard NEW YORK(AP- For a quick
Van Dyke, a leading maker of rest and rejuvenation, medical t IT'S SO EASY TO OWN A
documentary films for 21 years. journals advise putting one'
Newspaper headlines are sub. feet up to luke a loud off the
tltuted for a narrator's voice, heart Wien the feet are railed, .e'a
but an unusual musical score la stagnant l blood drams from the
featured. lens, i* oxygenated in the lungs, QuietfCool
The film will be shown pub. and then returned to circulation
llcly for the first time Mondayat Inking a considerable toad off .Xml'T'Son Ruh4 J'
the annual meeting here of the vascular system Mm are advised e
members of The Associated to spend their "coffee
Pr.... breaks" with their feet up
Easy =-iI--:
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By CYNTHIA AWRY much time In their 1r. I rr ==:=t: = Bt YMMMiiMiMiiMMMM :
Instant 'r '!
AP TelevUlon-Radlo Writer kitchens, and tat a lot. The men !iMM
NEW YORK (AP) Tele. are likely to be In their shirtsleeves I I!::: t;'=== : =;..=i=M.wt:
vision, limited mostly to half and the women wear ,* I Installing t ..... .Y
hour and hour shows, has the practical aprons, and some l: EIa'.w.M ..= =" I: I
perennial problem of establish. time we tee them with their A _.! .!! '' _
lag character quickly, ef. hair, In curlers. aw ; 1J :-

fictively and unmistakably.That Rich older men, the tycoon
Is the reason that the type, are usually cigar amok.
medium continues year after trs-big, fat cigars They al.
year to use a handful of easily most always wear Homburgs,
Identified status symbols.For art rude, and drive around in Opacity
Instance, very rich pea big, fat limousines Practically NEMA
pie In televlslonland drink a lot all other rich people drive con.
o/ hard liquor. It la found In decanters vtrtlblts, and the richer they COMPARE 40009BT.U.9coolin 95
atop a living room bar, art, the bigger the convertible. +' ANYWHERE!

near a gleaming let bucket and No one ever takes the key out THE CO!.LIEU COUNTY .t I '|,",gation to th., ,strict events dd> <'Iud'd' 1
Ice longs, which they of the
As the character move use. down Rich ignition women most often are left to light : Ihiik Wd 1, M( roc Whlill1\lIt\ r ,mie Wilson Jil11l1 i I FtI I Is:!!, Models, available. >p to 24000 BTU. Full

the social and financial scale, terrible snobs if they are mid. Jimim Wolf, Lobby l H.111t i In Ham Conui i L. Terry Stephen, Connie With full 5 yr labor and parts guarantee at nt extra cost Year Warranty

drinking becomes progressively dle.aged or pretty wild and Caitei Larry Stephen Linda Simhi Etenji U'alkei, and Jot Whitesell,

more habitants primitive of flop until house wt find rooms In. young.mentally Either disturbed type If speaks they with are The delegation! to tht 4.II district. events! Hi v included two adults. four Start $

pouring shots from the bottle a broad "a," which Instantly de. l bo>'s from Goodlnnd, two from :Naples curd t0 gills and three bens from I Emerson Portable TV 59995 I
into a water glass. notes private school education. Immokalee
Women's costumes are often Rich people have emotlonal-

a social strong position.clue to Wealthy the character's women troubles;troubles.poor people Almost have always financial Water Moccasin Catches Ride In Car On Highway- "Service Dept For Color and B & W TVi

seem to float around the house the have better ,
poor
char
all day In elaborate chiffon acters. 1 MIAMI (AP) Fred Peterson stopped the car, Jumped out, ran trolman W. F. Flogg who dls.
peignoir, changing only oc. figured It was bad enough 10 across the road and found the patched the unwanted hitchhiker General Electronics Inc.
caslonally Into street clothes Recommended have an unwanted, poisonous snake had followed him. he fig. with a_bullet through the head. I
tonight: "The flv .toot water moccasin cot up ured it was time to call the
po>
and expensive furs or txtrava. Fugitive, ABC, 10.11 .tST) next to his feet as he drove down lice. Flung I.'I'! ,'I I tiat, SaWt 1 Scrvkt
gent ball: gowns for a quiet David Janssen atari the I.. I ,
si a hunt today Peterson ro>"*t '11 up;'" e e. .qI4r5c
ed t Miami expressway waved: down t" e ",., ., (14 5th Mu.e So.
man in MI 2.U21i
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evening at horn an If'parer.tly unending frantk'all I n. f' 111 t .1- .n
rulser of
But when he ) > Florida Hlghwi Pa.
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WANT ,-4fe LBJ's Ei :nomic Good Cheer




: ,..L \ Betoksns No Early Boom



: .t'*. WASHINGTON CAP) Til* and unemployment Is likely to

',. oconomu Rood cheer radiated be around 5 per rent at yearend

by Pre h\ctnl Johnson last week despite some improvement :sino

betokens no early boom I the January.

rains he announced at two new. Another government economist .

% conferences were good but deft replying privately to a

Midway 4 t\ nltely unspe. <.Ucular. newsman's Inquiry on the 1m.
\
A D S Looking at the many business pact of the tax cut, said It would

: Indicators now in hand tor be premature to Judge by the

2.2107IAnnouncements March the first month of the March statistics bull "If you

massive federal tax cut, most had to say something, you'd say

fovernment economists were there has been no visible effect.

First, a bit surprised that re. It wUl show up a bit later on."

tall sales slipped slightly even There Is wide agreement that

though practically every wage the broad March gains cited by

40-Autos Repsirs e Parts 57-Houses For Sale earner had more take4iome the President In his news con.
pay) andSecond ferences last Thursday and Sat.
Mull 0'. but it tna oon.ta Ford Polar Air Conditionacomplata Lo..Oy tail. 1.n"h.O" I bomI considerably relievedto urday were still reflection of the
Sprlnft' Spa. Opm dally: Break For Ford c.,.. S125Ml b..h homo ...uuII $1 con
last lunch dinnar Dinnar, by 23905 4/2 "Ioo"od 5autlCIly I ondlUp note that the modest gains anticipation of a tax cut, rather
f.1. only WV 2 4601. 4/|>.t| ad U .OOG i o..II.n I 5'cocci.gCoIl provide neither reason nor en. than the actuality.I.BJ .
Cap Burton lmp..alPropert'.t.
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON LOOK HERE) Mltouri. 7 ZIZI ottO, couragemont for a whirl of high.
Ml 2.jVANKEES > 3iZi.t'.
1(26 r. T.,t .ml Trail er prices

Midway HM Wondering where to go tally" naw concapt LANDING" m-w.a,.10, Johnson broke the news on To Attend

WILLS HAIR, FASHIONS With your car problem front Coop on Cnatapaaka Ava Thursday that national outputhit
All branch baiuty aarvieaW from S':Sid to IIS.MO Saa it a record rate of$608.5 bill'on
tIlt va S,. Factory Finish Paint Job today or call Burton 8rot Ml
MI_11nll3BoltsMotors Wracka RabuiltTunaupa ? tii altar hours Ml 1 I tilt In the first quarter, up nearly

/IMI BAGS ALL PACKED in )hop 'ful Anticipation of pots ticIpatino in the I IIu- $37 billion from a year ago Opening Of N.Y.World's
Accas. Front and alignment, Most economists had expected .
Motor OvarhaulTranamiaalon 58-lots For Sale maiu1 8m'iet"jFllmil Pet 1-au and "alumni" leunion of adoptees is this something bigger. The $8.5-bll.

YACHT BROKERAGE rabullt black and tan All-Aitieiican ( mixed bleed\ ) puppy \\ ho holds the title of lion rise for the January.March
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Complata Nplat Llltlnn LubricationBrakai Choice building loll for P.'k shelter. This is just one of quarter fell short by nearly $3
Lobs the
ina Inboard Boat. From 10' H.h .nd dy lots 'n Aninll l of the Day" at Society's puppy FairNEW
Watarfront lots in E..t.nSho billion of the gain In the preced.
.
Brunk Bob.Smith M.rtn Chris- Ml Craft I 375 Sale; Pollah A Wa. araa,.. and Aqualana Ml I.Sill. mam. being nffeird for adoption in time for the fair. :May :2nd at 10:30a :: ing quarter, and was somewhat

INCOME "f AX SPEC7Air Don't look S.any. further Tharen R.dia _- 4/I9.bt: .m. in the rambier Park Ball! Field and\ nHlI,' seen at the shelter) be- smaller than even the quarterbefore YORK (AP-A small
'0' Ulrickion Saa Skiff Flying To lattla Eatata Lot II Block army of workmen-many of
Brldia fiahlna, cliaira. haadilaapa Ingram Chevrolet, Inc. K, Pina Rdia' E>tanaianCARISBEAN t\\een 12 and 3 p.m. daily. Pet Fair entiy blanks aie no\\ axailiblc\: at that.
of
1. JZS H P. Gray Marina. REALTY J7SONo. The sales volume of the na. them weary from weeks
Excallant thapa Raducad to 130 SIlt St. N. Ml BIOS Trail., Ml 2.6535 t/lltf the Humane Society, City Hecreation office, and "II I'hIlls schools in Collier tion's retailers-who had every stepped-up operations raced

13 500 caih toe quick, sole. Naplaa Fla, Per 10'' Woodod Lot soar to 't banner Easter today to get the New York
BURTON BROS Ml 12121 er Ih.'o..I..n School. city Wit., County. right expe< a
2 3937. 4/17.11 availabla. Easy Terms CallMriiway month-declined I per rent from World's Fair ready for Wednes.
41 -Trucks Tractors bretafPORT 2192 or aaa pour February after allowing for seasonal day monlng's opening.

13-Help Wint. FtmaU TRUCKS ROYAL Lota.. Gal, April Total Now $1,933,307Average trends, according to the Last-minute construction and
preliminary Commerce Depart other work went on through the
loon Driva For I.'. or J,....
BEAUTY OPERATOR Your Choice $295.00 Wrote G J. Marbart 2(20 PostRoad mint survey.The night under floodlights.
,
J,. or aanior biauty oparalorwantad
.
Cons '
Parian
Writ Box 1717SS Col. ''II T. Ch.v. W.lk.'n volume of new orders Among those In the vanguard
liar County Nawa. 0111.51 I T. Ford WalSh pRo .1 Lot #JS LantarnLana Week booked by durable goods nianu.facturera -
Wnto: In County Realty of 70 million persons expectedto
Young secretary for law olticaE ALL IN RUNNING Mrs John C. Tuttla dipped 2 per cent, the visit the exposition during Its
>p not raqulrri Ml 0 4200. CONDITION WITH 2320 Tlnkham Rd. first decrease since fall. two
: slx.month runs will be President
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4 17 tf
: Akron 13. Ohio
1964 LICENSE: PLATES Most other Indexes rose. But
Grosse Points Mich. Lot 36 400 Collier Land Investment Johnson.
Expanancad dantal auatint or 4/11.\9 I County real estate sales | .
trainaa, for Naplta Dantiat' Apply Your Choice $295.00 maintained: an average pace In elk ::11), Unit 6, Naples Park, Corp., to Ellsworth Wright, the record seemed to substantiate The President Is to fly from
of the Preai-
the
letter to box 1737 UU forecasts
by 59-Acreage ')i;( Land Co. Hollywood parcel In See 31, to address 16,000
Collier County Nawa 4/IS.M FURNITURE FAR the current processing period. $1,0'1NeapoUtan dent's Council of Economic Ad. Washington

NO. TRAIL36Wanted Spaclall 10 .c,.. 10 miles E 01 but fell far short of the previous Inc., to Wllllain F. and Mary Twp 52, Rge 31, $1,400: Florida visors that the stimulative impact guests Invited to attend the

14-Help Wintad Mile town Ctoaa to Trail 1145 par period when sales soar- H. Jure, Coral Gables Lot Sunshine Acreage Inc. to of tax reduction will be opening day ceremonies In thefair'
,.. .
.e Tarma Colliar County Nelson
Dowl
Gov.
To Buy Raal .I.t.. Ml 23989 OpanSundaya ed to a whopping $1,032,875. 33, Blk 7. Naples Twin Lakes, Geroge and Mary Kaposvary spread out over a period of two Singer
NEEDED AT ONCE Full or to 4/17.1920 Total for the month of April $4.300; James W. and Marjorie Vetek, San Diego Cal., parcel or three years. A. Rockefeller and Mayor Rob.
part Ime men 0' woman .rt to attend.
t. Wagner are
servo focus Somers In N. WOULD LIKE TO Bur i A now stands at 1933307. R. Rings to Rudy G. Geracl In Sec 30, Twp 52, Rge The council's chairman Walter

plat m.nt. Good Sat incoma your own No Invaat houra GOOD MOTOR 7t AT M A P REASONABLE OUTBOARD 61-Income Property Sales of $1.000 or over with and JosephineGeract Immoka- 33, $1,300)) Miami Investment W. holler, told the Midwest Officials of the multlmllllon

Wrote C. R Rubla. Oapt AlP PRICE' SEE GLENN TURNER lalandar Apartmanta. Cloaa to values taken from tax tee. Lot 12. Blk 49, Newmarket. Co. to ration E. Pannier Economics Association In Chi. dollar exposition said the fair
O. Bo 2447 Mamphia, Tannaiaaa AT COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. beach and ahopping.. Ownar III, stamps New York N.Y. parcelIn cago Saturday that the first will be better than 00 per cent
0/U.51 good terms Marlowa and Back on recorded deeds Inclu led the quarter rise In Cross National completed for the 0 a.m. oM n.
Raaltort 413 5th Avo. So Ml Naples Park Shores, Inc., Sec 4, Twp 52, Rge 34, $1,
44 Mobile Homes following: Product Is the lug
5221.. 1/Sattf "directly on pro. !
t 1 15-Sal Help Wanted 'HUNGRYRaataurant Edwin R. and Mabelle 13. to Edna M. LeFalvre and Jose- 600; The South Coast Const. Jected cour.." laid out In his

TI.r, with cebons ..nd c.,. for aala. S17.000 Mixer to John F. Place, I i'ew phine Batson, St. Charles Mo., Co. to Adele Elizabeth Gianni, January forecast. Still to be handled are some
tor rant aala Nica 10' of
MALE FEMALE port Ml 415S or 22792 15000 down Tom McBridaRatltor York Lot 57, palm River Shores, Chicago parcel In Sec 2, Twp that time th council cleanup chores, laying
OR cation. or 632 Park St So Ml N.Y., part lots 5, 6, 7, At : predicted patches of sod and minor ron.
MUST BE LICENSED 327.If 2U44 111011 16, 17 18, 19 elk 3, Tie" $2,300; Paollta Acres, Inc., to 53, (Rge 32, $1,000. s total output of about ruction on buildings which will

Carmella e. Sclafanl Beneficiary South Coast Const. Co. to $623 billion for 1964 or fain
REAL ESTATEBE 48-Apts. For Rent 2, Naples, $31,000; William D. open for visitors Wednesday re.
64-W terfront Property Stone, Inc., to Paul A. and HIaleah Lot N-19, #2, Lawrence Lewis, Jr.. et II. of some S'/i per cent fr .m the gardlesn.

YOUR OWN BOSS F-urmahad apt Ion rani luth Lovaly. Sully lurniahad i harm Paoltta Acres, $1,400 John R. Phoenix N.Y.. parcel In Sec first to the final $ te B,
Naples
Ava. S A (th St. Collier Coun. 2 bath homo .taawall air con Carolyn D. Irmlnger, Sr., "'flltO hardly sounds Inrtlfesll. Some larger areas a foreign
I EXCELLENTPROPOSITION Wood al to James P. and 3 Twp 53 Rge 32, $1,000 ,
ty ROIl Eatata Ml 2 J989 opus ditionad Baautifully landacapad Lots 18 and 19, Dlk 10, et "
hitler said Buying village and few other '
undaya__ __ 4/14 IS..L 125.000. Excallant fln.nctn.C.II My ran C. hayes Jr., Naples South Coast Const Co. to Wil- bly rapid, a displays,
Cap Burton ImparialPropartiaa : Tier 8. Naples, $13,800; Raymond demand will not outstrip production will not l be able to arcommo.
CALL MI :2-235! :! !) EMiciancn SHOHk ivol.bli.' APTI Kelly Rd. Ml 212S attar Harris, Jr.. to Amos and Lot 7, elk E, Rock Harbor liam II. and Mae P. Wylie,Chi- he said; there will still be dale visitors for a week or
J/27 Of16.H.Ip Araci A... MI 2 0425. hou,.. M| 2-3937 1/27.tl and cago parcel In Sec 6, Twp 53,
and YANKEE LANDINO: Hazel E. Baker, Naples, part $2,000; Fred P. Lllla L much excess plant capacity more
3/2Uf S COOP Rge 32. $1,900; South Coast _. .. .. .. ___ _... it
.. :i.."...51.. ii .J I. \ "hunting Compara tha ancltingnaw Lou 13, 14, 15,4)lk 28-TUr Flald to Robit D. and Margaret u u
I Available concapt *n watarfront Co- 13, Naples, $7,900; Robert J, M. Whlpkey Naples Lot 17, Constr. Co. to Jack Storlno,
I FurOoh.d I bdrnl. Adults opt on Chatapaafca Ava 'In Oya
only. Ml 3.2625 Or .nl3 tar Bay Sao It today or call and Gertrude E.Burgan to MaryL. Blk A, Sabal Shores. $9,850; Elmwood Park Ill., parcel In SMOKELESS
Mddl. egad man daalrat mamtananca /24tf. __. __ ____ Burton 1'01. MI .21Z1 anon Sec 8, Twp 53, Rge 32, $1,
work Ml I 2 3(96 hours. MI 1.3931. 3/27.11 Russell Arlington, Mass., Seagate, Inc., to Helen E. Sto- WATER WHITE

4:21.51 Efflcianciaa, Day Waak or Lot 2, elk 11, Unit 6, Aqua- fer, et al, Norwich, N.Y., Lot 900) South Coast Constr. Co., STATIONN.Tr14J I

WII Will halp maintain you' cl.during.. your summer homa. 22302 Month or(IRIS MI 2.S15SFwrniahad MOTEL. Ml 65-Gen. Real l Estate lane Shores, $8,700 Forrest 29, Unit 1, Seagate. $5,000; to John Arnold Wlldfang Oak
Park 111. parcel I In Sec 2600
6. ;
,
months and raapan It In tha Spacloua th,.. badroom family Walker to Donald C. McKee, Bernard Kaplan to William Koc-
tall Ralarancaa avtilabla, Ml badfoom part homo near achool and ahopping, Mo. Lot 18 elk 12 ses Shark River Manor NJ. Twp 53, Rge 33, 1000.
2-2507 3/17,3t loon,. Bugs livmc room, kitchanA Joplin, __ ---.
bath MI 2-3491 1/iSl aIZ.500.Th Unit 6, Aqiialane Shores, $8 Lots 4 and 5, Blk D, South --- -. )

23-Misc. For Sale DON'T BUY OR RENT ,.. cond badroom itionad Mooring-Naw $24750 homaair 700; Port Royal Inc., to Helen Tamlaml Heights $2,300; William -

UNTIL YOU SEE B. Hunkln Shaker B. Stone to John R. Wood
YANKEES LANDING Heights,
rm Tr TO7 jyiiri.,.10'. Watarfront apartmant lot $5800
.'if Crsi,., at top Encallant Eoclt''".. unu.u.l.5 dlll..nt! A Ohio, part Lot 2 and all Lot and Charles W. Grimm. Naples -
Condition Only $65 00 if sold waterfront Coop on Ch msap.a ko David C, Jon., Realtor 3 Fort Charles Drive Port Lot 9, Blk D. South Ta
Aye, 0 thor Ssy. Lm.so with ,
quckly Ml 14504_ ifS.' I pm. 351 Fifth ... SoMl .
option nl buy. Burton Bros. Ml 24450 Royal $33,800. miami Heights $1,000; lies-
21' TV.. automatic waahar.Ramlngton .
2 2121 0' MI I n37. 1/21.11
4/IUI.ZZ.n
Standard typawritar ton H. and Martha P. Snell
Wickar rockar book ahalvaa. Moa.n-I lI.doom unlunloh.d
to Cleatus and Arvlna lied-
PORT ROYAL S.
Ml 1. 717. 419.21.22.23MAPS APARTMENT with complatakitchan 250'eItS' lot on H..LDERM..NCREEK
Hoer baach and tnop 2 badroom I bath Port Royal Inc., to Christian den, Naples. Lots 9 and 10,
ping BY SEASON OR YEAR homo. Lot alone worth aakmgprica
City County Topo 395 Oth Ava. So: Ml 23393Ownar'a Sos ua today on thiawatarlront H. and Eleanor J. Buhl Blk C, Unit 1, Sperlings Subd., '

C"'PLES XEROX Copying BLUEPRINTING'InitantlyBaautilul lingo- -furniahad offTciancy : EVERGL..DSPLANT"ON proparty Grosse Polnte Farms, Mich., $8,000

113 5th Awl. 50. Mt I 1.2151 : .MI Air 2415S" condo or MI StonatraftApia. 2-272. ISLAND lot HO'>1070 onHALFWAY Lot 39. Green Dolphin Lanes W.R. Crane, Sr., to Marvel -

.3/5 Itt CREEK $3.2iOcaah. Port Royal, $14,500; Evelyn G. and Faye L. Chandler,

cabmata Navar cu lom mart wood low kitchan pnc 48-Apts. For Rent S.. Naplat South and Modal' Miller Ardrey to Port Royal, Immokalee parcel In Sec 32,

ad Immadiata deliver MI Homai on diaplay Inc., Naples, Lot 2I Kings Town Twp 46. Rge 29. $14,500; Walter -
2 MSI 3/IOtf
for rant. $ll par Ramambar' to rant, buy or
Furniahad .pt.
wall e"I..hn. waak Inquira at 1045 Crouch aall', contact Drive Port Royal, $22,500; A. West Jr.. to Theodore

than'ORjail carpata with do Blue Luot,... Rd. 32LtfI Lucllla Otto Laah Brown Moorings Dev, Co. of Canadato 7. Daniels Miami, parcel in

Rant alaclrle' ahampooar tl NopIts Tbdm.I furniahad< apta Naarbaach Virgil, Marcum Bob J...., Malcolm f. and Marcia B.Schoeffel. Sec 10, Twp 48. Rge 26, S2. Let' Return Experienced Capable
Furniture Co. 4/21 and Waakly s
monthly or yaar ahopping around Midway DEWEY POLLY Alexandria, Va., Lot 900: Ronald W. and Jeanne Lee

2.3041. via tf 10, Blk J, Unit 2, The MoorIngs to Joseph Dunayer et al, Miami -
8-Autos For Sale '
REALTY $11,000; John and Mar- parcel In Sec 25, Twp 48. / ; SPESSARD LHOLLAND

AIR CONDo 1911 DODGE VI 49-Houses For Rent Cornar of lat ...,.. No. ATamlaml Ion S. Ford to Fred CJ. and Rge 26, $5,700; Clifford Anderson -
Tra I IMl
POWER STEER
AUTOMATIC
I ING. MAY TAKE TRADE SEE Yaar round rantal Furnlinad 243S Anne D. Mulhluser,Manha.sser, Tr., to Ego Parnlgonl
AT S3g 10th AVE. SO. AFTER (90 par month Michigan Ava N.Y., Lot 24, Blk J, Unit Bar re, Vermont parcel In Sec
S PM ussr Party Pantry MI ,..11. 2 The $10,100 30 48 26
-- ---- 011.11ib'i' Moorings, ; Twp Rge $12,000-;

We INVITE YOU _. Air conditioning___ _and WANTED Moorings Dev. Co.ofC.nlduo Clifford Anderson, Tr.. to Jack TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE

walt circuiatiig, hosimn. I.aro PRINTINGSALESMAN William F. Richardson, Garden D. Barnes, Gainesville par-
TO SHARE acraanad porch utility room City N.Y. Lot 9 Blk 1. Unit cel In Sec 26
and carport Complataly fur.niahad 30. Twp 48. Rge ,
OUR SUCCESSI! Call Ml 25770 oftar 2, The Moorings, $6,500; walter $6,000; Triangle Corp., to De- SENATOR HOLLAND SAYS Senator Holland'hot served cs

I P.M. */ISJHfodrm Wa n... a noo. S. Jordon to Curt and Me- wey R, Garglulo Tr., Ft. My- your U. S. Senator since 1946.
be
Bualnaaa' la griatl Tha n.w house "furniahad"alaa; "At this moment I should
Chryalar Corporttion: c.,. ire i W'Oh.; ...... furniahad Call oggraatlva man lists Boqulst, Naples, Lot 17, ers, parcel in Sec 12, Twp During these yeais he has at
oiling Ilka hot cakaa. Coma Intoday Ml, 23194 aflar S: II pm. with background Unit 5, Oyster Bay $9,000 50, Rge 25, $43,000 Dormer with you In florida se.king talned seniority ranked twelfth
and taka a tilt driva Intha 3/31.tf
car of your choicaS3 Two- badroom- houaa.- unturniahad In tolai Somekflowladga Fern and Eugene McAdamsto Corp., to Armand P. and Catherine your support In the> coming'Demccratic among 67 Democratic Members

Old Starflra 2 dr. ancapt atova and rtfrigarator of Edmond E. and Nancy R. M. DeForge Miami primary In my bid for re- Senate.
of the
hdtp.windows PS *A ..PB... WW auto /1t.51. MI 2.SI2I. Tharon Ridga,___. but printing not halpful Long. Naples, Lot 18 and part parcel in Sec 17, Twp 50. Rge nomination to the United Stoics This seniority has placed him on

Air $359504 t booth from courT houta 2badroom have noeaiaoryMuit Lot 19, Rum Row, Port Royal 31. $2,500; Florida Land of Senate. Instead. I am In Washington three moor[ senate committees
U Chav Bal' Alr< VS AtPS. furniahad houaa AIrcood. 1 autoS Brooks to Sun Inc. business. .
Arthur Paul .
$60,000 w. to P. Ratlca, en) urgent
R H. I ownar S1I9S Of ., alac haat. aity oslo. alary pies cOm each/ one of which Is of par.
SI Fa lean Rancharo I. S'O oar month plua utilitiaaAdulta. : mlaalon.' Good Louis P. and Florence C. Conner Tr.. Swlssvale, Pa. parcel In more Important to us all be. titular to Florida and

sIck Covet AT. both topa and Mi 00SI no pata Ml 24001.SO future for OhlOisggr.lstvo Indianapolis, Irtd., parcel See 28, Twp 50, Rge 33. $7 cause I feel the Civil Rights Bill Importance of Its

t 000000. PEW, WW. In Lot g, Smallwood's Subd. 000( ; Bernard Klassen I to J. before the Senate would be every one citizens.
men. row
14.11"1.. 12650 00 -Rooms For Rent Your vote May 5fh will keep him
SI Chrysler Wagon.PS. Call Mr. Opolka Chokoloskee $1,900; Stanley Everltt Morley, Pompano bad legislation for all our cite

Paint. PB. WW Now 1"500 Room and private bath twin of Ml. 2.2107 tone and Judy C. Burps to ErnestJ. Beach parcel in Sec 36, Twp zens and one which even If In this powerful position to help

SI Austin. I Ownar 4H 00al bada town 242 2 blka nH A.from... So.hooch 1/lO.tf and pp 0'Itt Sm on'. and Pauline E. Douglas Naples 50, Pge 33, $1,400. passed, will be doomed to failure Florida as well as our great ..
Buick LaSabra 4 dr.Ht Lot 21 Blk A, Unit 1, Miami Investment Co.to William country.
coercive
At., PS.. R A H by the fact of Its very
Sharp 1"500 Office Coconut Grove $10,500; Harold Slogar Vvlllowlck, Ohio, would such
SI Pont Star Chiaf 4 dr., 55-Stores in nature. This bill put SriSSAI0 L HOLLAND b e Member ..
L. and Coils M. Fussell to parcel See 24, Twp 50.Rg ,
At. PS. PB factory hands of
fantastic in the Cammlttao.X .
air: I Owns $179500 Oflica.:.. _No.,t... 2nd stOry..S.lch PUBLIC NOTICE Noah B. and Jeanette Farabee, 34. $1,000 Florida Investment power the S Mte Appropriation*
.
.
SI VS Ambaaudor .....v.... ... .... v. .. ---- the General the we
wagon Attorney
factory air PS., PB., St So Watkina A ..,k.u. M3Stn NOTICE Or FORECLOSURE SALE Naples. Let 17, elk E, Unit Futures, Co., to Louis MomW .f the. Senate Aarfcvlfre ee4 J
R&H 1595 00 Av,. So. Ml 1 2 S14I I BV CLERK Or CIRCUIT COURT 2.CocOftUtGroveUI,900- and Dora Cohen Brooklyn could come close to being a po n (
10 Buick LaSabra t air. u/It OfOIIts _____ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that !Ice For this I cm foroairy CommiMoo. t
state reason
I \.y. <
PS, PB. th undara 5.5nod. Margarat T Scott fleld J. sod Catherine F. Baldwin parcel In Sec 27, Twp

RAH, ';. IIT.. 149500H Spaea 12 a I* .ft Far I Clark, of tha C.rcu. Court of toll Jtlhday .. w RaISeD L.and Rosemary 50. Rge 33, $3,600; Golden Age spending my campaigning timein N.tnbop of ": S-IB Dom0005
will tha
Lincoln ad' Ht Comp Raal at 149 oar ma Coast County Florida on I
Equip w. fact air. Colony Bidg its Sth Ava of April,' IH4 during tha lagjl' Purdie Coodland. Lot 14, elk :Investment Co. to I Kor Realty Washington doing the Job StowingCommiltoo..

Dodga I _n.-Pious. a boy a Wagon av 179500U II tha llou,.Court of aala Houia. at of tha Coil main,ar door County of 6. Goodtand Height $3,?nr. r b: )., Trenton, NJ.. parcel In you sent ma to do. In the mean

VS At.. PS. R4M 509 S 00 In tha City of Naples Fior da of oec 28. Twp 51, Rge 33. $6, time, I warmly! ask you to conn' Mambos el Joint Commltto' .* r.WA '
SS Crown Imparial, 4 drHt .. 57-Houtes For Site far for Oai..a, 0 sail at "bloc outcry GULF ACRES sider service to and Ho.* of .MMttenMa ........ ....... I
., aicall can<. to tho highwt and bold biddar Fred W, and Wanda L. Clarkto my past you .""'
I ownar 129500St OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2 for caah tha following. daacribadproparty cur great State of Florida and
E.rIG.IM Thelma T. Hod.ge.s.
Caddy 4 dr DaVlllo A I BR homes on Illh Ava aituatad n Coll .' County
Ht. fact air 1795 00 So. batwaan (th A ItS II. Florida. to wit Naples, Lot 8. elk A, Gulf return me to the United States Mambtr of the AoroMuttfal e"4 Specep.wuv
5, Olda .4 4 dr. Hdtp AT 14 Evarglada aaracordad *
from 554500 to SI'Me. Lot i: Block
PS. PB, auto windowa pricaa WILLIAM B. STONE, INC ,n Flat Book 1. paga It Acres ..tOOI M.L. and Cora / TCl WCALL estate os '. >r senior senator. Sdetsoo Coaswttlttee.:

...t. Pool soon BuiMara of tha racorda of Colliar County Dejarnerte M Viola G. Voel-
dealt $09904 (0 Tooth St. No. Ml 2 1730Charming Florida. )
51 Far* CwmtomlinaI pursuant to ISO Final Dacroa efForaeloaura ker. et a1. Langnorne, Pa., Lot (Fall P.lIokaI Air'stlea.od
air. RAH atwk 495 00 lima baa mad coiling, antarad m a caao pond Blk rtll.
SS Plymouth Savoy t di>. 2 W,.... homo on larga 1'1... tog m said Court thIs atylo a* wHich 20. 10. Unit 1, Naples
wagon. VS atick, S4S 00M atuddad lot L...... for I'l par ta John f Corcoran .1, Truataa Manor $*.toOl Tri-D Corp.. ..lrt 0 l 5
Plymouth' 4 d,.. month ".100. t..", .. Burton Plaintiff\ Sam Hamilton and Edith JaM and $ ?
to I. Elisabeth CIITpHlIe -
.
RAM, atwk 49500 *)roa. Ml 2212S 4S.ofYANKEES Hamilton hia *01.. Oofondanta and
lha disheS numoor of which ia &t1$3 Btogmiafdale. 111.. Lots NOW
LANDINOhunting and Wo oSfi fOR FAST.. .
hand
WOOD CHRYSLER WITNESS my.
r_ 4 and 8, Mk 4. Maples 'lanor
? 11I' t" letting gal aaal' of Mid Court this 17th dar CXPCRT SERVICE
A
PLYMOUTH, INC. ftaw concapt in watarfront. Coopa of Aoril IH4 Addition, $1.4C.; Vv.T. And .
A
on CHatapaaka a ill Oya- MARGARET T SCOTT
out N. Trail, MI 2 S5SI tar Bay Saa it today or call Clark C......, Court Elizabeth H. Cunningham to NO RISK CHEMICALCo.
Burton Broa Ml ,Ill .....
hon's. Ml 2117 1/27.tl (CLERKS SEAL IMEZ' MAOILLDaput : Rosa F, De&enzo Miami, :ots

DUPLEX' I ...TaM" ..;.pr.;. By ,' r ,.'* :12 and 33, !Blk' 85, 'rtt ', a S

CALL THE NEWS FOR bI.'od c....".. 2 badraama.ona .,"" .... do 'n ?. 'to S */- aAttornayt Naples I'ark, ;!i'.2< ; Ml 2-4148
far |'M te Mori
woo rantad 9t> f"i''l
RUBBER STAMPS paymonta SM Twins fo, MS Madis' s'' PO' vu roperttej, I hr., .. t or: < MI
faga: : 2-5249
Call Burton Broa Mli .
Tampa F'' >KAord a or'jt!' v it tti.
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'Strike Against Cancer' Threaten Big Stolen AgentIn


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Nets $300 For The CauseThe ; Whisky CaseMIAMI

rItvti (AP)>-6tate Beverage
second annual ":trite the American Cancer Society; ii *( Director Richard B. Keating

Against Cancer," one of the Don Elferdlnk and Harry Sau- ; said today a gang of Miami
many fund-raising projects of the 111, co-chairmen of the "STRIKE AGAINST 1' hoodlums has threatened to kill
ld one of his undercover agents forMs
the Cancer Crusade was held "Strike Against Cancer", and CANCER" was the in the theft of
part solving
Saturday April 18, at the many other board members of
theme of a big day Saturday $70,000 worth of Scotch whisky.
Brookside Bowl and proved to the unit were on hand throughout Biookside Keating said the agent, John
be a very successful affair. the day and evening to as* at .y Grafton Gray S4, former Palm
There were 815 bowlers and sist In the affair Bowl with a packed /l Beach County constable and

non-bow1ers In competition for The "StrUu, Against Can house participating. At l deputy sheriff, and his family

the various prizes donated by cer" project netted the cancer left Mis. Richard are now under armed guard at
merchants and Individuals In cause the sum of $300, which top a secret location.
the area. will aid materially In reachingthe Pittman demonstrates a The load of whisky was stolen

Children were the outstanding 1964 goal. sitting shot for a strike ... last Wednesday while being
transported to a liquor distributor .
of the event. William Banett
supporters Mrs. from the vessel Manchester
as many spent their entire WINNERSThe sweeps one in for a docked at Miami.
allowances to help In the wor winners In the main
Nesting said Gray won the
thy cause. Bowling started at events, the prizes won and strike at top right ; but hijackers' confidence and arranged .

10 a.m. and was still going the donors follow: Danny Mullins at lower to buy the whisky. He

strong around midnight.Mrs. MEN-'Most entries, DJ. left needs no mechanical was ordered to deliver$ 0,000in

WiUlamT.BarrettJr.i! Salmon; radio; Blgley's. Most aid as he aims for cash
strikes Vaughan tro- Nesting said agents could get
chairman of the Crusade; Mrs. Benny
his strike. Lower right together only $3,000 nearly all
Richard A.Plttman,vice chair phy, Don Elferdlnk. Consecu-
of It in
$1 bills
They placed a
man of the Crusade; Mrs. H.S. tive strikes John hull knife, other young participants large bill on the outside of each

Tenney, Jr.,co-chairman of the Sunshine Hardware, pose in front of t bundle of $1 bills and finishedthe

upcoming Cancerthon; Mrs. WOMEN. Most entries, the many trophies and .yh r it x. packages with $500 bank

Vincent Madden, secretaryof Linda Sauchelll, barometer, made during 1 v ,,:. b.rya ., MPr markers to make It appear to
the Collier County Unit of Drunk Smith Marine.: Moststrikes awards contain $10,000.

Kay Rans, trophy, Bud the event dedicated to Gray then delivered the cashto

Rules Daniels. Consecutive strikes, the defeat of cancer. the gang and arranged to
Fish Game
Vlrgle Hutto necklace Marl- (NEWS photo) take possession of the whisky
Gift Shop. before the deception was discovered .
loyd
For Season To Be
Mast Keating said. It was
JUNIORS Boys
: :
,ay DeGaulle Resumes taken to Stuart and kept under
Set On April 24 strikes, four-way tie between guard until Monday, when It

Florida's hunting and fishing Larry Lee, Danny Mulllns, Duties From Bed was placed in a warehouse.
rules for 1964.63 will be cot Chris Croak and David Loach, Within two and a half hoursof
at the annual regulations meeting each receiving: trophy : r PARIS CAP) French Presl- the transaction, Keating laid,
dent Charles de Gaulle, recov.
of the Came and Fresh Water JUNIORS: Girls: Most ,, five thugs appeared at Gray's
Fish Commission April 24. The strikes, Barbara Sorensen,tro- ering from a prostate operation home In West Palm Beach. On
resumed some of his dutiesfrom
meeting is scheduled for 9:00 learning that Gray was not at
his bed .
phy.The hospital today.A
home, one of the told Mrs.
a m. at TallahasseeSenate Room youngest bowler was medical bulletin today said gang
SI of the FlorldaCapltolaccord Linda Fries 2 old, who Gray her husband "was boundto
years De Gaulle, 73, Is expected to remain "
log to A.D. Aldrich, director. be killed, Nesting said.
received a gift certificate from in the hospital for another
thousand hunters Keating said the men made
Over three
the Junior Bon Ton week or 10 days.
eight calls at the Gray home
and fishermen will be heard as awardedto
A
their collected opinions and special gift was CALL TilE NEWS FOR during the next two days and
Mrs. Marlon Sorensen In appreciation
finally threatened Mrs.
thoughts obtained through a Gray
1 RUBBER STAMPS
for her help In the
series of meetings and by mall wr I and her children.

questionnaires, are presented to bowling setup.Contributing. ., :: "=::i.H" ."'*,,,' .
to the success .,, '.. ", ; :'., \Ii1.; -
the Commission at this meeting '" ;
The April 24 meeting follows of the "Strike Against Cancer" Arthritis Medical 1 SgpfnUlim i iS !

a series of 29 public prt-regula- drive was t the co-operation evidenced Bursitis Short*n IHatherm/ J.

tlons meetings held throughout by the many merchants NeuritisOverweight I'llri Sound
Florida to allow sportsmen an and Individuals In the area. The r 1101 I'arkuFx&Your ,
opportunity to discuss the hunting list of donors and the prizes S Maa.age

and fishing regulations. follow: Sciatica TnreioaMedea I I
Aldrich said the regulations es.tabllshed e
Naples Camera Shop camera SMataw ; \
at this meeting will be ...r'.---- A
designed to allow the sportsmenof ; Blgley's Radio & TV,
Florida maximum harvest of FM radio; Furniture Fair, bank; Dor-Jen Shop, blouse;

wildlife without creating a dam. lamp; Brunk-Smlth Marine, Paul's Texaco, toy steamship; ; /7D i
age to the game or fish popula. barometer; Jim's Sunoco,1,000 Cancer society, three double ,;

lion required to replenish the trading stamps; I Kepp's Men deck bridge cards; Nell Van ,' .
-
forests and waters. Primarily, Store, silk tie; Norman's Auto Wyck, cigarette lighter,six money l e e
all regulations are based on blo Store car polish; Fifth Ave- clips; Gifts By Llda. V

logical findings of the Commis nue Rexall, thermos; Sunshine cologne; John's Clothing,neck- w 'IIotd
sion's game and fish manage Hardware Cornlngware holder tie; Barker Drugs, shave kit; j

mint divisions. Serious con and I Knife; Firestone Tire Anchor Lounge!.. .oackape._ 10 miles
-
slderatlon Is given the requests > sit-In demonstrators have made Constitutional Government proposed Health Resort i l
sportsmen when such requests Store, headrest; Brehm'sAtlantic them their targets. a straw ballot be taken North en 41t I

,,IgnfUct, with sound wild. trays; Eckhardt's, New VandalismEnds There were indications the along with one of the May prl.maries Is. "
d a management. hats; Family Shoe Store, State Sets buying boycott was not fully on the question of whether .....:: Complete I
At the annual r.rutatlon'lI'lIet. purse; Cattle's Fine Quality Road Construction effective. A newsman who the people want Integrated

Ing, the Commission establishes Linens, dish: Rice's Barber walked through downtown de. restaurants and hotels. The i< : Vibra Mineral Springs Bath :
seasons, bag limits, and methods Shop, hair tonic; Ingram's Record In March Jax partment and variety stores county commission took the pro.
of taking native game animals, Hardware, planter; Don El found several Negro women as posal under consideration. Sauna Steam Room ; i
game birds, and fresh water ferdlnk, trophies; Doyle Work- TALLAHASSEE (AP) -More well as white women shopping.In Scientific i *
fish. Regulations for migratory finger, novelties Bill Hyder, than 1,100 miles of highway and another development the BE A 'FRIEND'TO ,> Massage

birds are provided by the U.s. flash lights; Brookside Snack bridge projects costing more Race TruceJACKSONVILLE Duval County Federation for YOUR LIBRARY 1...x i .: f. ;,. .... 1.
and Wildlife Service and dollars
Fish than $303 million were
Bar, flowers Marlon Sorensen.
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free Harry Cornell, (
season within a general framework games; record high according to the extended shifts
llcemen worked
lure and mir-
fishing bicycle
provided by this federal State Road
Department.
ror; Plaza Beauty Salon, one today In the wake of a wave of i

agency.The annual rules and regula. shampoo and set; Junior Bon Chairman John Phillips said vandalism and racial unrest
certificate Sea the mileage Included 202 milesof that shattered; a three weeks I
lions meeting of the Commls.slon Ton, $5 gift ;

la an open meeting and all Treasures, cocktail toothpicks; miles Interstate of primary superhighways highways, 465 and truce.Two bus drivers and a gar. NEVER BEFORE HAS BIGlEY'SI OFFERED
interested sportsmen are Invitedto Marlloyd Gift Shop three neck-
white
roads. bag. truck worker all I
433 miles of secondary
attend, stated Aldrich. laces; Thing Ama Jigger, .men reported to police they'
.
were auscked by bands of iron.ago .


Copter Uncovers 3 EscapeesIn in There downtown Negroes were in Jacksonville.numerous a Negro section incidents famous rca victorAT


I of vandalism mostly bro. I

ken windows through the after THIS REMARKABLY LOW PRICE!
noon and evening. This was a
Weekend
Dramatic CaptureA type of vandalism which accom.

panted previous racial unrest a B
month ago and In I960.
Conservation Department and representatives of the FreshWater lost the trail In the mangrovesnear Some remaining leaders of a
helicopter, hovering between 15 Fish and Game Commission Dollar Bay.It biracial committee which helped '5
and 20 feet above the ground entered the hunt. The helicopter was then the sheriff calledIn keep the peace the past three ..
showed up the hiding place of furnishedbytheGame the helicopter which aided In weeks sought ways to keep the I
three county Jail escapees and Commission ending the hunt In a dramatic group alive

ended a 13-hour search for the Deputies assisted by a blood manner. When the men were Sixteen Negroes pulled out of
three men Sunday. bound, "Deputy B.U."trailed the spotted, Hendry leaned out of the the 70-member committee last .
The down blast of the propel. men throughout the night.Sheriff helicopter al 15 or 20 feet above week, among them the state and
lor on the helicopter, blowing Hendry aided in the search flying '
the ground held a gun on the men city president of the National SAVE
leaves and brush aside, enabled over the area In an airplane.The .
until a patrol boat not far away Association for the Advancement
Sheriff E.A. Doug Hendry to spot dog, worn out in the search, from the scene could reach the of Colored People Rut

the escapees crouching In the hiding place.Deputies ledge Pearson.

brush Judy Garland'sHome Hooker Brown and Four white members reslgne I $50io$100
The three men, Larry Robert. '
Don McCarty took the men Into from the executive committee
son, 24, Richard Arvo, 22; and AttachedBy custody.The .
David S. Eacue, 1'7. got away break Saturday evening Sit-in demonstrations resumes
from the county Jail late Sarur. Court WritLOS occurred when the Jailer was the following day and Pearson B.s
day evening by threatening a placing prisoners In cells for called Sunday for Negroes to
guard They were recaptured about ANGELES (AP) The the night. Escue, hiding behinda boycott Jacksonville businesses

10 a.m. Sunday morningnear home of singer Judy Garlandand door, surprised the jailer and He urged them to purchaseonly pith $
?
her Sid
(the head of Dollar Bay on the estranged husband threatened his life unless he set essential food and medl.
Inland Waterway. Loft, has been attached pend.
.
the other two men free. cine to put economic pressure
Ing the outcome of a suit filed v
Sheriff Hendry and deputies '
Arvo and Robertson were a
on merchants RCi i
against them by attorney Law. J.Q.R: '
were on the trail ollh.three men waiting trail on charges of auto
within minutes after the escape. reoce W. Bellenson who claims theft and escape. Escue was con. Some downtown restaurantshave .

Later, city police,highway r itrol $69,000 In legal fees vlcted of an attempt to rob a refused to go along with
Carnestown service station and others in accepting Negro cus.

. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, April 21, 1964 also faces escape charges. tomers and NAACP picket and 3

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