The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Weather Outlook LIBRARY or"lO 'oil Nr$TO High Low
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Bridge on the Trail
40TH YEAR-NUMBER 191 10 Psfles 10 CENTS THURSDAY APRIL 23, 1944

Commission PushingFor L-- l Johnson Wants To Talk Foreign Policy

Big 'Yes' Vote LBJ Would Brief

On Park Referendum ,
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County Commissioners seek. Ed Belavek other members were I r w

tog a 'Vote of confidence," are not present.All ". GOP CandidatesWASHINGTON
urging all freeholders to go to were In agreement now .
the polls in the May 5 primary Is the time to purchase public re.
and support the proposed bond creation property. Asthepopula. r
Issue of $550,000. About 166 tlon increases so does the priceof :
acres with more than a mile of the land, was a consensus of tkPt! y : 1 (AP) Pres. Secretary of Defense Robert S. Johnson discussing the possl
beach front for a county recreation all in the discussion. ; ; Went Johnson said today he McNamara. blllty of conferring with his po

park Is at stake.In Carter brought out that the ( .... would like to confer personal. Johnson raised the prospectof tenttal Republican opponent on
Tuesday's meeting of the land presently marked for a ly with Republican presidential spending more money to pur. foreign policy matters, said
Commission three members of park between Vanderbilt Beach j8 aspirants so they could charta sue the anti-Communist war In some of them seem to want
the County Parks and Recreation and Wiggins Pass is to be pur. t foVfi positive course for discussing; South Viet Nam And he said more war In Viet Nam and oth
Advisory Board met with the chased at "about half its mar. foreign pulley problems. he hoped "we'll see some other ers "more appeasement."
Commission and added the same ket value." Johnson at a news confer. flag In there"' as a result of He said that if he could talk
"urgent appeal" to voters of The Commission earlier Ir V.2\ ,fr ti ence in the rose garden outsidehis discussions at the recent con. with the major Republican as.
the county. the year was negotiating for the office, announced that for. ference of the Southeast Asia plrants they might be able to
Bud Kirk of Goodland, J.R. property and had a shorMlm elm policy intelligence briefings Treaty Organization find some common. ground as
Carter of Immokalee and Rep. option In which to complete the would be offered to seven pres. a foundation for election-year
James L. Walker members of deal. It was discovered the k IdentUl aspirants Including discussions of Viet Nam and oth.
the committee, were present at Commission was without auth Democratic Coy George C. Wallace > er overseas problem.
the meeting. Norman Herren and orlty to Issue bonds without the v of Alabama. Jet BombersSet Johnson said he would like to
referendum and the deal wa; t lie said Henry Cabot Lodge have a relationship with the Re
about to fall through. ambassador to South Viet Nam, publican presidential nominee

Shriners WantAvailable St. Charles Charities, Inc., HONORING OUR ELDERS Two of Naples' oldest residents, Speed S. and a potential COP nominee, Kill like the one he had with former
President Dwight D, Elsenhow.
came to the rescue and purchas.ed already gets the Information.
the land, and will re-sell to Menefee ( left) and Mrs. Martha L. Usher, are shown as they enjoyed a In addition to Wallace the er when Johnson was Senate
Room the County without profit. Voters recent birthday party in their honor at the Lesher beachfront home. Men briefings will be offered to Gov. Democratic leader.
in the May 5 primary can give efee, in the neighborhood of 80 years of age: was the first mayor of Na Nelson Rockefeller of New lie said he and Eisenhower

List the Commission authority topro. ples. Mrs. Lesher, 90, has been coming: to Naples for the season since York; Een. Barry Goldwater; If Needed used to discuss foreign policy
PreparedIn ceed with the plan. around 1916, according to John Smith who provided the above picture by Harold Stassen; Former Vice matters and reach understand.
Recently the Marco Island Dev. Campeau. The Leshel' beach house was built almost 41 1 years ago. President Richard M. Nixon; Ings on the way to debate them
AP Hun.
( ) -
order to assure that housing elopment Corp., presented to the Gov William Scranton of Penn. publicly.
accommodations will be availablefor county a 28-acre tract for a pub. slvanla, and Sen. Margaret dreds of U.S. jet fighter bomb. The information to be offered,
the hundreds of Shriners ex. lie park The property Is locatedat Chase Smith. All are potential ers and attack planes each Johnson said, would Include
pected here for the All.Florida the north end of Marco Is. Triumph For President Republican nominees capable of hurling tons of ex. background material and moll
Shrine Ceremonial, June 5-6, plosives are poised within eating reason for the admin.
Shrine Housing Chairman JohnA. land.The proposed bond issue, if dared On other points, Johnson de striking reach of Cuba, a check Istratlon' foreign policy step.

Smith is seeking a file on all approved by freeholders will disclosed today Of course, he said, top secret
accommodations in the area that lie saw a very few civil rights A significant force of these data would not be employed in
provide the first county park for Threat Of RR Strike Is Ended demonstrators Wednesday at
will be available at that time. residents in the northern end of the opening of the New York high speed, powerfully armed the campaign by anyone.On .
"We have obtained informa. the county It Is located, also, World's Fair whom he consld. U.S. Jets could be over carefully still other topic, Johnson
tlon on all accommodations own. at the nearest beach front spot WASHINGTON (AP-A give ed a strike would have Idled 7 day and night efforts at untangling ered "I them he pinpointed Cuban antiaircraft said:
ed by Chamber of Commerce for Immokalee residents and lake agreement has endedhe million American workers en. one of the longest and rude. served pity ) missile batteries within minutesof -He Is optimistic about the
said. "They no good
members,"" Smith said, "but we threat of a nationwide rail. dangered the health conditionsand most complicated labor quar. any order to go. prospect for world peace be
would like to have a file on all NAME AGENTCommissioners oad strike, with President virtually paralyzed the refs In the annals of collective purpose. tour Some of them are posted at cause "generally speaking the
The President will
other accommodations, whether at Tuesday's Johnson a victor In the tough economy. bargaining areas Air Force and Navy bases In world 1* anxious to pursue the
of and
owned by Chamber members or meeting selected B.J. Van Ingen act domestic test of his admin The union won pay Increasesfor heavy In Indiana unemployment Florida. Others are aboard two same objective that I am."
not, in order to make certain a fiscal agent to handle the bond stratlon. CREDITS NEGOTIATORS railroad yard employes, ex. poverty West and Kentucky, big aircraft carriers now In the -III. cutback in production of
Virginia Penn.ylvanlaFriday
that sufficient housing will be issue. A Van Ingen representative A few hours after the agree Johnson gave due credit to penal money for overnight lay. Mayport, Fla.area.President nuclear explosive materials was
available." set the cost to the countyat nent was reached, two dlssl the five federal negotiators overt, maintenance of present Additional defense savings of Johnson, the State "reached on our own Initiative,"
Smith said over 3,000Shrlners $2,600. lent union officials threatened headed by Secretary of LaborW. mileage payments and seven $68 million a were an. Department and other U.S. offl. and companion move by the
from all parts of the state are There is a possibility that the ::o strike part of the New York WUlard Wirtz, who emerged paid holiday for hourly.pald nounced. year clal and unofficial sources have (Continued on pig S)
expected for the June event. U 1 State of Florida In Its new program they bring their families, which of state parks and recreation 'involved, in the negotiations In serious consequences If Fidel
CAN CUT CREWS affected by the economies and
t !Many are expected to do, there facilities may enter Into 'Washington discounted the pot. Castro follows through on his ManslaughterMay
U e possibility that all available contract' with the County ... 'ability that the thr/*l would U The railroads gained the right speclflo actions to be taken thrtat a Shot down Afl> jvau,
, accommodations in the am will buying and developing the pro. 'carried out.Johnson jd to cut the number of employe would be announced later by reconnaissance planes.
be needed. posed 166>acre park. obviously elated, now required to man elf-pro.. These U.S. warnings have Be FiledIn
Smith has Issued an Invitation It was brought out at Tues. 'vent before television cameras 0 palled track maintenance equip been prompted by a belief that
to all owners of motels, hotels, day's meeting that the County 'Wednesday night to announce rment and limited use of train the Soviets may be about to turnover
apartments, rooming houses to could, if the state did not en. provide him with a list of the- the deal, Issue the entire 'complex dispute a little more tale condition. SA2 antiaircraft missile.
rooms they will have availablefor $550,000 worth of bonds, at an t han: 48 hours before a sched The or Union withdrawal of demands Is It was such a missile, able to Possible manslaughter charges -
June S.(, along with prices, Increase in taxes at about one >lied strike threatened to he the tor overtime pay for road em. reach 80,000 feet, that downeda face Cleveland Boyd asa
whether units have twin or double fourth mill. The payments will tation's economy In knots By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ployes and night pay for all high altitude U.S. U2 recon. result of the death of Norman
beds, If a private entrance is be extended over 15 years. The The agreement In effect gave classes of train crewmen also Called OffThe nalssance plane over Cubs at Payne Lamplighter Cafeteria
available, private bath with each Commission will Issue only the union members financial gains SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) represented gain for manage. the peak of the 1062 crisis wilier who died In the Miami
unit, and whether units are air amount of bonds needed. In I exchange for letting the rail. Defense attorney appealed for ment. "Miss Naples Pageant" Pentagon sources said no pre. Veterans Hospital at 11:2 yesterday -
conditioned. Kirk, In the discussion sug. >roads reduce employment. Just clemency today for Ngo Dinh The only unresolved Issue was scheduled for Sunday has been cautionary alerts have been or morning
Interested persons are askedto gested that an Island between low many jobs will be affected Can, younger brother of the late the railroads' proposal to com. cancelled dered. Death was the result of
communicate with Smith by Marco and Everglades should be <>Ir how much money the rail President Ngo Dinh Diem Can blot some divisional train run, Jack Slottag. chairman of The most probable form of ree. blood clot and a
phone (MI. 2.2175)) or mall the considered In the parks and tea toads may save won't be known was sentenced Wednesday nightto thus lengthening the number of the tallatlon, observers believe I l skull fracture
Information to him at 1700 Ta reatlons program as a marine far some time after the general death on the guillotine. mile before crews must be re. sponsoring Jaycees, told would be a swift blow to knock according to Naples Chief of
miami Trail North, Naples park. agreement Is translated into The former overlord of cen. lIeved. the NEWS this morning that out one or more of the Cuban Police Den S. Caruthers.
Carter, along with others, sug. contract:: language, tral Viet Nam Is expected to be This Issue will be referred to only four candidates had entered antiaircraft missile complexes. Boyd was arrested Monday
gested additional development in In herding union and man. executed within the next four a national committee of labor despite "plenty of publicity Almost certainly it would bea night following the fight In which
the Lake Trafford area. igement negotiator successful day if the appeal is rejected by and management and two prl. ." At least 10 candidates high explosive attack, al. Payne was Injured In an argument -
Liz And Burton 1 ly through 11 days of emergen.y Maj. Gen Duong Van Minn, the Vats mediator would have been needed though all the UA jets are resulting from s Car
THEN WHAT? :' White House talks, John.onitamped titular chief of tate. to make a reasonably good capable of nuclear warfare. ver area gambling game according -
Sued By StudioNEW Carter asked what steps the i his brand indelibly on Can, S3, was convicted by a event he said Coming In low under radar, to police
Commission had In mind to de. I 1 7.$. labor history and achieved nlne.man court on charge of Door-To-Door We'll It the American fighter bombersand Investigators
again next Payne taken
try was
YORK (AP) Elizabeth velop the new Vanderbilt park if what. two former presidents, murder extortion and misuseof attack jets could hit fast Naples
Taylor and Richard Burton the bond Issue passed. Congress: the courts and five power. He was accused of Cancer Drive year. Slottag promised and hard before the defenses Hospital and transferred -
have been sued for $50 millionby Commission Chairman Dewey y'ears bargaining had failed planning and ordering the tor. The chairman extended could react, sources said. Tuesday to the Veterans
Twentieth Century.Fox in con. Polly said the group expected t,o accomplish. turf murder of three person Raises $2,500The thanks to the girls who had Hospital In Miami.
nectlon with the movie "Cleo. help from the advisory board in "This agreement prevents In ID58. U57 and 1938. entered the rnmp-HMon. and II'RCNCW Assistant State Attorney
patra." any plans for development. This v.''e hope for all time-a crip door-to-door canvass of also expressed his appreciation George Vega said this morning
The suit, tiled Wednesday In also appeared to be the view of p ling and disastrous strike In the Collier County Unit of the to sponsors and to Carib- YOUR -.:. r rDRIVER'S that tie was studying the evidence -
U.S. District Court, contended other commissioners. tl is railroad Industry" Johnsonaid. TOKYO (AP-The Japanese American Cancer Society, held bean Gardens for the use of LICENSE ,1, to determine whether or
their 'Conduct and deportment" Carter suggested that at cost s government said today it will April 8. was "very successful"In the grounds for publicity pictures. DURING/ YOUR 'i not it Justified the filing of a
during and after the filming les. of about $30,000 a beach road Negotiators for the five un. approve the sale of a second raising funds for the Can- BIRTH MONTH manslaughter
send the commercial valueof running the length of the tract 1'one' whose members run the vlnylon plant to Communist cer Crusade, It was reported charge.
the picture.A could be built. That would be the tl rains and spokesmen for near. China despite objections from yesterday ,.
spokesman for the couple, first development step. IJ;1 200 railroads expressed gen. Nationalist China. The plant will Under the sponsorship ofeta Cd 'IT' '11' 1N t 'H' :'
now In New York while Burton Rep. Walkervotunteeredto give e ral satisfaction at the outcome. cost $30 million. phi I' "
appears In 'liamlll." termedthe all his time as a candidate for The agreement ended thereat Sigma Sorority and under "
action "an absolutely ludl. office at meetings to explain the tI of a scheduled strike atone EAST KILBRIDE Scotland the personal direction of Mrs. :,; 1

crous move on Fox's part, and details of the bond Issue and minute after midnight Fri. (AP)-Employe* of, a stainless Walter Fredrickson and Mrs. ,
we'll let them do the talking." park plans d ay night. Johnson had estimat.i. steel razor factory no longer C. Palmer Harris, cochairmen -
the Naples area was divided -
have at home. They take of
Into 18 districts Captains
the whiskers on company time.
The plant owners started the of each district had a large
shave break to test their blade group of volunteer workers out
against a rival product. Un. that evening knocking on doors
marked samples of both are In Immokalee the canvass was -
supplied the men, along with under the direction of Mrs.
i. soap and after-shave lotion. Frank Nark! and In Marco Mrs
r s A spokesman said the .shop I Kelly Gantt was 'In charge!
having costs the company 50
The amount collected that
pound ($140)) a week but will
continue Indefinitely, evening was 2176.63 and
"We get honest answers this later returns Increased the

way," he said amount to around 12,500. 1rat:1fiifri:

Nab 300 DemonstratorsAt :hlamwl r .

World Fair OpeningNEW r


YORK :A P) Hundreds onstratora were treated "with
of :IvU rights demonstrators kid glove*." El- \
marched, ':handed, lay down '
"We had Instructions from
and resisted police as the New
York World' Fair opened In a our captain to go easy," said
U. Robert Como leader of
-- --.-.....-..- '. chilling rain Wednesday detail, one
I MEMBERS of the Naples Senior High School Key Club at yesterday's More than 300 demonstrator,
Opening day attendance was
both Negro and whit and some
regular weekly luncheon meeting heard a report from delegates to the from distant states, were 82.848, about a third of what
District Key Club Convention held recently in Jacksonville. Delegates to dragged Into police vans, hauled had been nllle'"d.

the convention were : (seated I 1-r) Jesse Holbrook, high school faculty off to a wire-fence stockade, A muchJieralded auto "stall.

sponsor ; Stanley Boynton, Key Club lieutenant governor of District 11 and thence to court. In" to create a huge traffic Jam
and Dick Chamberlain, Kiwanis Key Club committee chairman. From left Some stayed in jail, unable or around the fair site In Queen; -
standing : Chris Hultzen. Frankie Townsend, Richard Woodruff, Lee unwilling to post bail did not develop. Traffic wa CHAMPION TICKET SELLERS for tomorrow's Little League fish fry and

Treadwell, Billy Bryan Steve Clark, Buzz Ritchie and Rex Storter Fred There were a few bloodied only 25 per cent of normal and barbecue include four member of the Exchange Pirates team. From left.

Gore, another member who went to the convention not for heads, but no serious Injuries.One moved better than usual, said Bill Tracy,, Chris Lambert, Tom Copies, and Oly Cow les. Fish fry will
the picture. was of the 5,000 city and private Traffic Commissioner Henry begin at 5 p.m. Friday followed by Little League opi-mng ceremonies at 7,
(NEWS photo)
policemen on duty said the dem. Barnes. (NEWS photo)


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thursday, April 23, 1984
House Votes ...
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Defense "WI': Naples Civic Clubs!


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y And Organizations

'' + vJr 4 WASHINGTON ,; ; \\f "

e tl tary of Defense \
2i+ '. .
{ Namara has list' of local civic flub and ort.nlxation

confidence from \ 'I I. printed The following'as. an aid to persons ..IMhln. to contact Individual
angry cries time to ,lm,. The persona named are
fulfills a ; elub"heeds. or Gf tUtft-fiTlh In mONt cases. (h.rg. should. W

; eaTu three naval '\ phoned to the NEWS
East before the : '

The vote uf Alcoholics :Anonymous.tA ,: 8:30: pm, Fridays at 8t, Anna Scholl
late New group
Wednesday and
Original A.\ group 8:30: p.m. Tuesdays Fridays
'4k b
a unanimous
0 J F'iret, Bapllsi I (;'ottage Ur. Langley 2.5656
d passed the $ American Cancer Strfrly sgas .
d 1i fense K.hoe 2.6910

All major .l gsjr iIi.r)' Grace Jsss : 2-5226
R' the bill with henry 2.3439
and AMI.. -- w Beat 2.36iU
I the measure, Apartment Motel -

pretty much Hackney 2.UR2
Rand !lloo-ter.
i mara wanted It. { I'hl 1).111- NUV": Ken (;ondaM; 2.U27
Ket. Sigma -
The bill now In. Fred Hartford 2.2606
ate, where the XI hats :Mr" lV 2.3R3
Womn'a Gulf
Beach 'Iub
bate has posed ohreRmucWood 2.53:19:
Board 01 Realtors
logjam. ,. Ed Ul'lank 2.3837
Most of the Brookt.de. \'mllf. Millard ('Citron -
bill centered lIuMln.MM! and I'ro' wSnen Mr* Jane /Murray 2.5061

that limits the ww bomber. of Commerce (Ex, V I'.) l David V Pfaff 2.6111

PRIZE CALF A prize Sahiwal calf K held bDr pair and s k Cheerful, Losers (Diet) dub Member 2.2,98Itil
can done in Patrol George Spencer 2.3i29
( Air
Gurcharan Singh veterinarian al the Indian. Agricultural leaving the Civil DefenHe ('In Hubert I Ill'nd.r. 2-4J40

Research Institute vate yards. CIU1\ DefenM; ('o nIY Tommy kehoe 2.6952
The provision, (o.Kt (..uarduxll.an. A. I'. Ayers 26921 2-3121
per cent of the Collier ('u. ('on..er, ('om. Casper 1'o.-Mend 2-2189
Brown Cows Live VV. II. HenmnK 2.H9K
; val shipyards and (oilier ( o. Item, dub
private Collurto. Item Ex ('om. II. K. Snowball 2-3286
yards, Marian It, Iteno 23911

by Rep. Gerald Colin ('o. In.. Agents Iconard II King 2.5tU
Pampered LivesNEW Mich., who Collier ('o. Med Society J, C. (.Garland M.J>, 2.3656
"The private (other Co. Mental Health Awn. J. .'. Franklin l'h.1. 2-6964
cheaper." Collier ('o. T. !8. TMma Cold 2-6962
The bill \ t'eiwmation Officer H*. Whitehead 2-2471
DFUIl (AP) EIIII1\Y i The Suhiwal strain, which ix less than !: ContractoraKociali n F. It. Sfhreck. 2-1422
brown cows live pampered live native to northwest India, was ed for defense Cyprem. (.ranee Merlon Snow WY 2-2072
Wives dance and barbecue
in the capital or India.. picked partly for its milk produc $712 million less ) Jaycee Reaper A. !lirehm 2-3837
The model herd of SahiwaU lion and partly for its stamina in Johnson night at Skipper Smith's Marina DeMolay

has more living apace and pruh the hen weatl er of the pUini. ary budget Tom Bundy, owner of the marina, EaHtern Star Mrs. Anna Conety 2S037I
ably better food than the men The model herd is now up to s \ of the affair for the Jaycee East: Naples Chit ,rasp Wm. A. Edwards 2-9581
W. (toy Smith 2-4758
who attend it at the Indian Agricultural standard of 818 gallon (7.000( ( ) Hk nub| '
the barbecue. The do .
Slain ) will prepare Exchange flub lIavld ( Wilt 2.2931
Kefte.rih InMitule' pound) of milk per cow for each
The cow live in brick bam. lactation period! of about ten to attend (NEWS photo) Mr I Scout Mr. Mice llmberlake 2-3610
with ceiling fanNfnrhnt weather. m'1Othll Escaped F Greater Naples I'anhellenlc __ Mm. Carl Haubr 2.5570

They graze under hunyan tree This compare with 70 to 140 Prison Heart Automation. Mr. C. It. I'earson. 2-1735
and get tented fodder of green gallons for the average villagecow Hintoricil Society Fred Hamlin 2.6006
and gram. of which India has over 100 SEBRING (AP) For Florida Living Hospital Service No. 1 Mra. Oncar Yan-on 2-5668
They are milked four times a million. lands County Ho.pltil Service No 2 Mm. Wm. Gracely 2.4528
day and consequently give 24 percent The institute ha. sent over today It was Humane Society Mrs! lori Keller 2-5527

more, according the thief 700) Mud (bull out to all\ Ihealallll gro slain while jaybeei Hub nan 2. 8n
veterinarian. Or Gurchuran Singh of India to improve dairy a Lake Placid t; J.yrem Uub !McDaniel 2'-4609'

Thi. 1. nut practical fur the herd. lie H. Small, 21, t Jam Wives Mrs. hellr Koe 24161Kin.niM
average farmer Both in India und Dairying Hardly (slits capee from the ( harle.odoplch 23319Knlghl.

abroad farmer generally milk (But the road ahead I. a long ty, Ca., convict I'; .c art olumbun Kill\ Humphrey 2-4225
once in the morning before the The man was Lake 1'iirk I'TA Clifford ttensrl 2.UU1lonu
one Indian dairying hardly exMs fbA Dr. William llarretl. Jr. 2-3735
Tuesday State
cows go to pasture and once in
( as .yet. Villagers simply .
the evening when they comeback drink the milk warm from their H. Davis, 35, In Lions Auxiliary Marly. lloyd 2-2647
PI add horn Al
cows in the early morning and ; Maxonii Fayard 2.3736
pushed Davis' Moose Carroll Hawkins 2-6418
Scientific; Breeding, again in the evening Since there exit.
i> nn refrigeration milk is never Multiple I Ulmtr Service haven Hammer M055
Dr. chestnut
Smgh'w glossy An automobile
charge are the product of 60 kept in the villages. gro mired a mile Naples ('(Me A.Hml.lKin Frederick 0, t'nkefer 2-4245
year. scientific breeding The At the institute, calves arc home was Naples ('lnHr<>om leatherma. Mr*. Brandt \\atxon 2-3161
inntitule' established separated from their! mother at Naples (locking A.xn. Bill rant; 2.4957
dairy was Sunday from the
birth HO the cow's exact milk Naplv ('ummunitv Concert \mm M. II, Hoynton 2-4577
under British auspices in 1904 bany in
production! and the calf's intake Naples Community Hospital .\MMn. ;\\1'\ .. .\, It. btaley 2-6113
before New Delhi was made the can he exactly recorded sheriff's office Naples Duplicate llridxe dub A. A. .\nderM 2.4125

capital A calf i i. given one-tenth of Small was Naples Garden; (lub Mm! John llurnham 2-2769
its weight day In milk involving larceny Naples Junioroman'* (tub Marge llendry 2-3919
every when he fled the Naples Orchid Society Mr*. Thelma .rorndjke 2-1978
about three quarts to start The [CARPORT \apl (I'irk Ac.,. Joe Idvem 2..f3UNaplell
PeopleIn milk is given in pails.Singh Players Jack :MeNnroer 2-4272
nay. the herd Is free of Race Naple (uarlerhHck flub Don Steele 2-5173
9x10 13x10
The News undulant fever hoof-and-mouth g N.ple Senior (itizrn Stanley Bennett 2-5918

'ASSOCIATED"PRESS and other maor.duseasesbul, is Close ROOM BEDROOM Naples Senior high I I'T.\ Alan Foster 2.2935Naple. :
By TtiE nrrviitiye t to the weather Shell! Club ._ hire Helen Homer 2.5652
r-ltW! 'YORK (AP) ':-' Ings':: lie. pointed' out a queriloua- In Chester, t. Naples Shrine (lub (Sec) (arl Clemmer 2.3613

Swenson, star of the Broadway lusting hull that he was treating : Naples Tennis (lub Julius Leaser. 2-2439
musical "110 in the Shade," for a cold caught in a recent CHESTER, Pa. ) Naples Woman'* lto. lm|( VKHH I Lillian !Miller 2-1195
tripped and broke her ankle rainy .pell public schools in Naples Mi'man'* Club :Mrs.' J. (.. Se.htrn 2-4078
Wednesday night. She'll be out "I 11I.n giving him lerramycin," ern Pennsylvania North Naples (hie An. Robert \\ Hurdc-tl 2.4698Organic
of the show for four weeks closed today and
he mild, jail following the LM c L 0 R Gardening dub of SW. ..IR, Knda I Dr Coil 2-4973

civil I'. E. O. Sisterhood :\ltII. A. A, Vnd.rw.n 2.1125
AMSTERDAM AP Prln. rights
cess Christine of( Holland) has LBJ Would. School Pilot' Club \\1'1I.; \ Sandy Hackney 2. 68:

attended a Roman Catholic announced the ) DINING RM KITCHEN KepuhlicanH of (oilier ('o. Murphy Comb* 2.3091Ietirrd
Mass, the Dutch Government In. (Continued from page 1) city's 18 public 1'l'rMunM.mt'rit'an An of Frank Blair 2-2568
formation but ing the return to K' tan' Club Mile Scofivld 2-4321
Service It
says, Soviet Union I and Britain $ 14x8 i
Insists there's nothing to re. marked "a policy of restraintby tlons," because ShadulIl""n I'M M... George Uhl 2-4580
ports that Christine will become mutual example." termed an C t St. Ann' Guild Mr. Henry Lowe 2-3764
I convert. and fear for the } S Sunshine Shuffler. Harold Glazer 2-2274

Christine's sister, Princess any-Johnson Republicans does should not see feel why un pupils In this Swamp |buggy Joe lielyea 2.2685

Irene, created a sensation in easy about the economic boom about 63,000. //5056 Toastmasters Club Bruce Mumm 2-2189
the Netherlands when she aban. In view of what he termed their, Civil rights ( ) I 4OFRONT TnaiitiniHlrtH. (lub Mr. Hetty Brehm 2-3788

doned the royal family's tradl. "noted interest in private prop. have staged j PORCH l'nil.4, Fund Gen. C. E. Jung 2-2275
marches almost
tlonal Protestant faith to be.
come a Catholic erty.It lie said some unhappl. the last month. Vettmn': of Foreignar. Donald .illeHpie 2.3777
ness might be natural beforethe testing alleged de \eteran'of Foreign Wars Au.Ir.: .. Dora Komherirer 2-5927
November election, but "aft.er Vitro Rives Jean Reefer 2-2484
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) November I'm sure they'llbe segregation, a and the shed which contains a 3-foot linen(
Actor Gig Young's wife, happy with what the econ. the eight-member ( It In one un. closet (L) handy to the 5'x9/q' Writer' Forum Phyllis Luxem 2-1981

Elaine, gave birth to a daugh. omy Is doing." which Includes Where the lot Is bathroom. All windows are the -
ter Demonstrations ) feet, the carport awning made of
Wednesday.The -Asked about the possible se. type aluminum. chairman and he held that post
Infant, named Jennifer March 27 and ( ( may be located The bedroom closets are 5 feet Faubus To Seek
lection of Secretary of Defense until a week, before he an.
Is the couple's first. McNamara vice day school wall, thus wide and have blfold doors as 4.
as his preslden. nounced for governor April
tlal running mate, Johnson said with about 30 connection be. do all the other closets (C) ex. His Sixth Term
NEW ORLEANS APQuoteof pupils staying out cept the coat closet In the living
"I d n't plan to conduct any LITTLE ROCK Ark. (Air-
theday Postmaster Most of the room which has a 4-foot-wlde
: A. (
evaluation scores" on possible Democratic Gov Orval E. Fau. Four Polar Bear
Frank Fairley alter announcing were peaceful, privacy, all three folding door
running mates before the Dem. bus
announced for a sixth two.
that a satchel full of mall was ocratlc they first started ( the garden and The exterior walls are 8-inch Hunters RescuedOn
nominating convention. year term today a
setting up
from the hall
found in the cage of an elephant Questioned about McNamara'spast sons were Injured ( { concrete blocks with stucco on two-party showdown with Re.
flown into New Orleans for the Republican associations, sll-ln, Including the outside and furring and pi as. publican Winthrop Rockefeller Artie IcepackBARROW
Audubon Park ZOO "The ele. Meetings ter on the room side. The roof
Johnson said "I've
never beena Faubus first
Officer must survive the APFourpolar
|>hant evidentaUy stuck out her board, the ) rafters (which double as ceiling Alaska ( )
man who believed in
guilt by Democratic primary but he has
bear hunters two of them
snoot and grabbed the mall, The association." latlons Nam joists) are decked with plywoodand ,
that without difficulty In
question is, what can the postal testing groups, the topped with 5.ply tar and his injured, were rescued Wednes.

Inspectors do about it?" '"Stop" Signs Mean STOP of soclatlon Colored for People the Nam (AP- gravel thick floor roof.slabs The are finishedIn 4-lnch- Rockefeller last four campaigns.has no opponent I'''miles!day from northeast the Arctic of Icepack Barrow 85,

mlttee for Ranger officer in the Republican primary. where they spent more than 48
Terrazzo or resilient tile.
another Amerl. Normally the Democratic primary hours after forced
broke a
up In in a clash with The oil or gas-fired heater (H) Is the big election In landing.
tlons and no Is centrally located so that It
Cong units 25
Ihm's Arkansas.
Nothing Lila It In Noples Saigon today, re may heat the house without duct. Rockefeller changed all that, They were picked up In a

) sources re. work However, simple duct starting In 1960 when he threw light plane piloted by Bob Coop.
work located over the bedroom his political and financial sup. er of Fairbanks and flown to a

V ( spokesman re hall would provide efficient heat port behind another candidate larger plane on smoother Ice

DageGreen ) Rang. to Individual rooms and assure Two years ago the GOP had nearby, which flew them to
and eight privacy for all rooms during two candidates, for the U.S. Barrow. They left behind their
clash but would the heating season. This house House and one for the SenateIn two damaged planes and a bear'
( American casu. could also be heated by electrl. addition to a gubernatorial they had shot

WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" confirm city In baseboard or ceiling, candidate. Again Rockefeller Pilot Juels Thlbedeau had
or a heat
to 12 hours pump.
up worked for the Republican can. Stan Dale
Home cuts on his face and ,
No. .
A New Community of Cooperative American death by Jan 1150 Reiner 159 P.O.Box"was designed dilates and, for the first time, a passenger, an Injured leg.
campaigned personally Oily Huddleson, the other pilot,
Garden Apartments for Adults Americans 11567, St. Petersburg. against Faubus. and Army Sgt. John E. De

In Viet Nam to That campaign ended a close Frehn, the other passenger,
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 have died In MYF Group Plans working relationship for the two were unhurt. All are from Fair
men who share In the credit for bunks

Retreat At Ranch Arkansas' Industrial boom In
the last 10 ytars.Rockefeller .
- Seniors and Intermediates of accepted a Fau.
INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BCD- the Method! /xjth Fellowshipgroup bus appolitment; to the Arkan. Now we have

ROOM AND TWO BEDROOM will go on a retreat to the sas Industrial Development the finest
Circle F Ranch at Lake Wales
Commission when the Industry.
precision quality
this weekend.On .
Kyne grounding hunting agency was created In
ENUE SOUTH AND FIFTH STREET. the will visit the stainless steel
government, h way they 1955. He was elected as Its first
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO S P.M. and In knowledge/ State Boy's School Okeechobee* razor blade.
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where they will have lunch> riday
SUNDAY 1 TO S P.M. hold promise for a noon. From Friday night until

tenure ot 11 a.m Sunday they will stay at Title Company

twemunmmimnegnnntonnmgnnpm the ranch, returning to Naples of :_ ]
Sunday afternoon. Naples
rid /il1ei A44 date4 ABSTRACTS ESCBfeWS ... ... :
AQUA POOL by Peppard Bldj.
tytorsSALES HENDERSON! Ky. (AP) MI %..105.m Limited supply.
Chuck Wood UNIVERSAL Patrolman Alexander Adams Jr Fifth AYI"., -So.
REPRESENTATIVES 'entered" his own resignation
Ge" Mgr' from the police force. W..I. 10 e1a. CORBIN.LJNDABURY
30i 5tn owrn MI 2.2124 GUNITE INC.
I4ve. H. submitted the resignationto N.......
MI 2.7078 ......r,
the Cit Commission then
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER FINANCING AVAILABLE wrote the slorfor his new I'I I terse. 't ,Ia. 410 Tenth St., So.
P.id Pol I.cl Adv. innl Pa.
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For by Kynn Campa.en Fur*. L \; \ empl.net. the Evansville Ind.. i t Naples

Ronmt Spencer, Chairman r. ,,<, ',", Courier

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,F1. MRS W. H. GARRETT ews Bonita
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The annual F.H.A. banquet was thank everyone for tho ards, Br RAE WEAR
held Friday night In the Immoka- flowers and all the ki jness .
al' lee High School Cafeteria The shown her during her ill ess sr:---gar "' ,...

". guests were mothers and fathers The Methodist Youth Fellow. and coffee will be twister; Ted Weeks and Tommy
" of the members. There was n ship went to Punta Gorda Mon. furnished "for free" by the Republican Reahard. one year directors;
report of the state day night to attend the
F.H.A. con. tutvdls- 'tut Club of Bonlu Springsas Wilbur Williams and John
ventlon by Carolyn McHan and trlct youth meeting.
the first order of business Raley, two year directors. In*
Diane Heath Mr and Mrs. Dallas nwn-
\I. .t the club's meeting Monday, staUatlon of officers will be
The announcement of the send, Rode Ann, Cat! Ramona <
-. 1964-63 officers was made and Cindy Nan and Dal I' Jr". April 27, at 7:30 p.m. Clint held In late May or early June.
. they'are as follows: President, Mary Harris, Danny Mo-- Kenny Mosbach, president, says"Eatyour The club voted a donation of
6e Diane Heath; president elect, House! Jay and Tern Mi! r dinner at home and then $50 for the Bonita Springs Lit
6 Carolyn McHan; secretary, Sue Henry and Louis Mlms 1,1\, ro. come to the Community Hall tle League. Also it was votedto
Jump; treasurer, Connie Carter; cently united with the First Methodist 4I- for your dessert and coffee,lls- underwrite the cost of operating
.1l historian, Margaret Salmon; parliamentarian Church. Little K. .'icy ten to two short political talks, a school bus once a weekto
. Jo Jump; and reporter Moss, daughter of Mr. .111, t Mrs -- and then play cards", and from the Fort Myers
,2 Pat McHan Fred Moss, was christened< re. __ Robert Blackwood, candidatefor swimming pool, and for six
Those attending the banquet cently. -
--- -- State Representative, and weeks during the summer vacation -
9t Mrs. Don McCarty, Mrs Millie Several ladles of the first
I Roland Q. Roberts, Sr.. candidate which will make It
Mr. and Mrs.
Junior an Methodist Church attended awork
,,9 Sand re, Mrs. Mac McHan, shop for workers in Bible & hool Planning Senior Women's Golf Tourney for county commissioner possible for some 60 youngsters
17 Carolyn and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. at Vacation Bible School Listl. District 3, will be the speak to enjoy the pool as well

.1 Henry McDanlel. and Linda, Mr tute at Wesley Memorial: Church ers.Information as the benefits of supervised
and Mrs. Buddy Carter and Con In Fort Myers Tuesday, concerning the swimming and instruction. The
Plans were mad for the 10th right Mrs. E.V. BrumflelNa. Mrs. Eric Clauson .
St of 200
II'M : Peters. membership with a waitIng
nie Mr. and
Mrs. BobShockley, The ladles of First Methodist candidates to be voted on May County School Board has made
' anniversary golf meet of the pies past president Mrs. D.C. burg tournament Last
; chairman. list of 175. year the wait.
Teresa, Mr and Church
Mrs. J.H. are pleased and wish 5th be
very Florida will discussed this possible at a cost basis
9 Senior Women's Golf Goff, Fort Lauderdale Mrs.J. Absent Mr.
Black and Bernadette to thank ; were J.R. Simp Ing list was organized Into a
Mrs. Ver. the
o large crowd who Association by the Board of dlr. B. Kavanaugh Fort Jacksonville AH registered Republicansare of $7.50 a trip.Delegates .
non Roberts and Judy, Mrs. John attended the Myers; son,, treasurer and reserve group and played In a
2 Jump and Sue, Mr. and Mrs.Sam supper Friday night. ectors of that group meeting re. Mrs. J. S. Pollard, Lakeland, Mra Denny Champagne, Winter tournament which ran concur. urged to get out and vote to the State Convention -
I Heath and Diane, Mrs. Thelma CAMPING. TRIP cently at the Beach Club Hotelin vice president; Mrs. LawrenceE. Park. rently wlin the Senior croup of on May 5th. If necessary to In Hollywood, Fl.,May
9 t Skipper, Pam andFlavlaMr.and The younger teen-age girls of Naples. The tournament will Meyer, Lady Lake, president; The Florida Senior Women's women players; the Reserves will vote by absentee ballot, this 21-24 are Frank Saunders
Mrs. Clyde Dupree and Ann, Mr. the Mennonite Church will go to be held on October 27, 28 and 29 Mrs. Hugo Boeddlnghuas, Boyn. Golf Association, which start. also play here In Naples must be applied for at the Armstrong and Raley.
8t and Mrs. Junior Bethea and Ima Flsheatlng Creek at Falmdale: at the Beach Club. Board mem. ton Beach, secretary; Mrs. Nathan ed 10 years ago with a roster of 1 court house before 5p.m. April Paul Schmidt was delegatedto
1 Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenceand Wednesday night on a camping ,bers In the picture are, left to Sharp, Delray Beach and 78 members, has grown to a (McGrath Photo.) 30 be the Lion's representativeto
6I Tiny, Mrs. Ken Glidden and trip. Club leader Verna Rohrer ----- The public Is invited to this work with the American Legion -
I Joyce, Mrs. J.P. MageeSue and will be chaperone. Those mak. Stater Anne Jernlgan of Immoka.lee Health Hoard meeting at theCommunityH+U. In promoting the Fourthof
2 Cecile, Mrs. Bob Salmon and ing the trip will be Llllla Rey. and 1963 Girls Staters Nancy July Parade, with Emerson

2 t Margaret Charlotte, Mrs. Lotti Andersonand nosa Mobley, Mary Jo Lynn Anne Shearer Goodwin, Edith and lee Bishop, Joyce and CarrIngton Iris Worth of of Immoka.Labelle :Jlie poetr8 Corner Gives Tips On UONS ROAR Royer as chairman of the float
Mrs. ,
The Golden Anchor Restaurant committee assisted by Harold
and Leslie cf Bonita Home Accidents
2T Whidden and Linda Snyder, Bill Kay Steen. Morgan
2f Jo Rhodes, Nancy Bishop, Iris Linda Reynosa, Cynthia Carson Springs, reviewing the eventsof was the place for the annual Buck and Saunders. A donation -
Worth, Joan Conyer, Mrs Haley Linda White, Jeff Holmes, Girls' State and answering 'Meter MetrelI JACKSONVILLE -- Spring meeting this week of the of $2.00 was voted towards -
1i and Evelyn Dupree Charlie Liles, Gloria Mobley, questions of this year'J girlsso time can be trouble time for the Donita Springs Lion's Club. the parade trophy.
i Ellis Wayne Lee, son of Mrs. Mary Roberts, lonnie Clark, that they may know and be put a penny in the meter, entire family unless extra CAUtion Officers for the ensuing year
I Mildred Lee, has enlisted In the Glenn Wrlsley and Steve Patter. I prepared for the annual event. But then I stopped to U observed,the State Board were elected: president.Frank COLLEGE GROUP HERE
't United States Army and Is sta. son will attend Mennonite Youth The girls also learned that they yak, of Health said today. Saundersi; first president, One most Interesting and educational
'II I tloned in Fort Jackson, S.C. Retreat at Camp Florida near and their mothers are invited to Found a pretty red hued envelope, The home U always a dan- Paul Schmidt second vice- event occurred last
Tampa April 242526. These a dinner to be held at the Sara. When I came back. gerous place but perhaps more president, Emerson Royer; week when a group of 35 students -
SHOWS FILMS youngsters had a work day Saturday ;sota American Legion Auxiliary so for mother If she goes In third vice-president. Nolan and teachers from Col-
;t Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Bannon to earn money for expen- Unit No. 30 Home, May 23rd. The weather's bad. The fish won't bite, for spring cleaning with extra Watkins secretary Bill Armstrong umbia Union College, formerly -
of worked for Mil Again this year a chartered bus
attended the Immoka. sea They Roy
'i lee Church of God last Sunday ler. :has been arranged for to take The country's in a pickle. vigor. Dad runs a triple hazard ; Harold [Duck Lion the Washington Missionary
night. Mr. O'Bannon brought The Nursery at Peoples Cha. I'the girls to Tallahassee June But we can't settle all of this, : taking down and cleanIng tamer; Dab Hashbarger, tall- College, Tacoma Park, Maryland -
'12th and bring them back June the screens mowing the ,, paid a visit to Bantu
along some pictures he made pel took care of 64 children last For a measl e.little nickel. !
I II when he visited In Honduras. week which was a record crowd. '19th. Also attending the meetingwere lawn; working In the garden. Springs,registered at the Drift-
I I Many Interesting sights were This was more than they had Past President Hazel Ma. The world is just too blamed complex, Children seem to run Into accidents Rise And Shine wood Motel.
shown along with pictures of for cared for before. I(gee, Hilda Hancock, Secretary almost everywhere. They are students of Liberal
mer Immokalee residents, Rev Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Hargrove 'Out Brown, First Vice President 'Twould take far too much time, Doctor George McCoy, Dir- Sets Demonstration Arts sponsored by the Seventh

and Mrs. O.P. "Pat" O'Bannonand and children, Ricky and Terry, Katherine Worth, and Girls'stat. To solve all current problems, ector of the Doard's Accident Meeting For May 11 Day Adventists
sons, who are missionariesIn spent Sunday with Mrs. Betty ;lee Chairman Unit 146 June President Shell of Immoka Marlon Even on a dime. Prevention Program, gave While here, the group took
La Celba. House and Shine a week-long biological field trip
Gulder these tips for avoiding accidents The Rise Toastmistress -
E.M.' Keen underwent surgery Mrs Leila Syfrett of Fort 303.:! and of Mrs.Bonita White Springs of Labelle Unit Dear Friends, I like to greet you, : Club held its regular collecting reptiles, shells,
last Thursday In Lee Memorial Myers spent Sunday with Mr.
Hospital. Hls1mmokalee friends RdJ+tpa. WR. MCGUI. Unit 130 1II. her of LaBelle' (And I hope that you are many) Don't stand on chairs or ladders business meeting Wed along with bird watching, and
I Girls unless anchored noon at the Elk's visiting\ points of biological in-
Stater. Refreshments of they're nesday at
wish him
a speedy recovery. Lions Club met Monday night But, please, no gossip on the street
Wayne Marls returned home at Alene's Resturant. Supper; fol. I cold drinks, coffee, lea cream and firmly; and watch out for loose Club. terest.
from college Thursday night and lowed the regular meeting. At. I cookies were served. 'Cause you're using up my penny electric connections or wires The meeting was opened with They visit Corkscrew Swamp

left early Friday morning to par. tending were Sam Heath, Jack over which you might trip. Grace, said by Detty Brehm, Bird Sanctuary, where many
tlclpate In trl-mester work studyIn Whisnant, Gene Stone, Murray ATTEND 4.11 "DAY" -Plumb BobApril' Get tetanus shots In case you followed by the pledge to the members added new birds to
Washington, D.C. He will be Canova, James Williams, Lon. Ronnie Wilson, Jimmy Wolf, cut or scratch yourself. If nag their Ufe-lists; spotted for the
employed by Pure Food and Drug nle Curry, 'Foster Olroyd and 1 Major Whlsnant. Connie Car. you Injure yourself, wash the The president, Linda Sau- first time plants familiar to
Administration Paul Westberryand Frank I ter and Linda." Snyder attendedthe them from books Identified
wound with soap and water, let shell welcomed members, and )
friend, who are attending the Norma Linda Gomez, G.year.I' District Nine Events Day Young April folds the earth in warm embrace. It bleed t little, put on an adhesive as toastmistress Introduced a number of snakes, Includingthe

University of Florida, visited old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !at Lake 4.H Placid Camp last Cloverleaf week. Ronnie near Beneath her tender glance the snowdrops show, bandage. Tetanus may topic-mistress, Wanda Clark. water snake, ribbon snake
Wayne Thursday and returnedto '
Raymond Gomez, was taken to And soon the lonely isles of empty thrive wherever there are domestic and the water moccasin. Another
placed second in space
Immokalee with him. Naples Community Hospital last'' public speaking Topic for the day was "The
Mri. Richard Stanley attended week where she was operated on 'and will represent District Nineat Will come alive with blossoms, row on row. animals! In soil, especially World's Fair." trip took them to Marco
a Girl Scout staff meeting In for acute appendicitis. She Is the State Events Day to beheld on farms; and even street Beach where white lace murexes -
Fort Myers Thursday' nleht. back home now and Is recover. at the University of Flor. The rains of April are but winter's tears, Detty Brehm was In charge and glossy brown fighting
The second and third grade ing nicely I Ida on May 2, since the first Washing away the last trace of dust.De very careful using plant of the main part of the program conchs enriched their collec
Brownies and the Junior Girl The Alrboat Association of'I place winner chose !to attend the gray snow ; sprays or dusts. Read the Instructions which was "Speaking and tions. Their attention was captivated -
Scouts were hosts to Mrs. Rose Florida held a get-together for !state event as a delegate rather Bent close to earth, the eager listener hears, carefully Avoid Listening," with members participating at the Everglades National -
Bredemyer and daughter and members and friends In Miami than! a public speaker In the The moving murmur of new life below. breathing them. Wash carefully in the "Practice In Park where they saw
Mrs. Sandre Vaughn and daugh. last Sunday with approximately I General Demonstration Contest after them Reading." nests of bald eagles.
using Keep
ters, cf Fort Myers Tuesday 150 people gathered. A delicious'dinner Jimmy .won third place with his The April world is roofed with azure skies, them of children's *
demonstration reach. Timer was Mamie Baker and
afternoon. The of the on rabbits as t.H ,
purpose was prepared by the wives :
The April clouds in silken softness blow helen burton
4 Use with
meeting was to familiarize the with the children of the members proJect ; power mowers care. general evaluator( was Esther
girls with the procedure of camp. handling the barbecuing of ribs Jimmy's demonstration can The April land in hushed awareness lies ; Clear the space to be mowedof Orndorff. JUST ARRIVED .

Ing. 'They showed slides of Girl and chickens Also on the menu I be,, seen on TV, Thursday April With life renewed, the April freshets flow. rocks; bones which Rover It was announced by the chair- basket kits for
Scout camps of other places and were baked beans, fresh 23rd. He will be on the Coun. may have left; sticks and other
pole j Drehm that the needlepoint initials.
man, Detty ,
Mrs. Bredemyer gave a talk beans, corn on the cob, cols :!ty Agent's program that follows Upon swift beating wings, the birds arise ; objects which mower blades can club's denfcnstratlon meeting Choice of colors.
on camping and the equipmenteach slaw, cucumbers, coffee and soft the noon news over WINK. pick up and fling like a bullet
girl would need on a camp. drinks. Alter dinner,skeet shoot. Jimmy will attend the state Awakened from their sleep the roses glow ; Insects .. bees, wasps, spiders will be held May 11, at 8 p.m., and the new
log trip. Mothers attending were Ing and horse shoe pitching was contest 4 also. Connie and Linda And April bids the world, "Lift up thine eyes, -- like spring as wellas at the Sunshine Kitchen. Any- SPANDEXSWIMSUITS
Mrs. Doris Wolf,M rs.Sid Brown, enjoyed by the men. Mr. and Mrs. J prepared a skit that was per. Drink deep the beauty I alone bestow" people. Some people have one Interested in self'Improve-
Mrs. Paul Browning, Mrs. Clay. Sampson Baker and children att. formed at the program Friday been killed bee If ment Is Invited to attend.
by a
ton McDonald) Mrs. Henry Per. ended from Immokalee and re. light Major, president of the sting. for girls ,.It
C Collier By Kathryn S. Post you're allergic, consult your The next regular meeting will
Seal, Mrs. Walter Garrett, Mrs. ported they met several former County 4.H Council, at.
Frelda Lancaster, and Mrs. Immokalee residents at the meet. ,tended: as one of Collier's dele physician about desensitizing be held May 13, at noon at theElk's Little Coquina Shop

Richard Stanley. Ing. A very enjoyable day was had gates to the District Council injection. Club. Rear of Beach Patio Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garrett by all lId members are looking !meeting, which was also held dur. CANCER AND THE SEXES -
spent the weekend In Winter Haven forward to another get together in I Ing the weekend. Joseph White
with his mother Mrs. C.L. the near future. sell, assistant county agent, ac.
Garrett, and two sisters and companled the group
brothers.in.law, Mr. and Mrs. GIRLS.STATERS 200
P.J. Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. At a social meeting held at (IVIicioun salad young aninach CANCER DEATH
Walter Palston. Michael's Resturant, this years 'If.ivcs with gillic-huttri crISp RATES PER TO SUFFER WITH THE
Mrs Joel Canova and son Joey Girl's Staters Jo Jump and Becky croutons and a dressing of olive 100,000
of Homestead are spending the Raulerson of Immokalee, Ellen oil, wine vinegar, prepared nun POPULATION s HEAT ALL SUMMER!
week with her parents, Mr. and Hertzog of Bonita Springs and 'urd, salt and frethly-ground
Mrs. L.J. Williams on New Mar. Marcia White of Labelle became I Iacquainted. pepprr He suretodip the stems 150
ket Road. An informal discus. I fti-m the spinach leaves before WHEN
Mrs. Richard Howe wishes to slon was held with 1962 Girls 'IK'ing1Here's

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WASHINGTON (AP) President tries, often behind the scenes,
Johnson put a way of ute to anticipate and shape events
to work-ls way- nd the railroad Johnson Is this aggressive kind
Alligator Alley Is Getting NearerState i dispute was settled wIth. For examples He has kept up
out a strike. His performancehere a private correspondence with
Is perhaps the best single Soviet Premier Khrushchev and
Road Board member John Mon- ing facts about Alligator Alley. He told Insight Into how he runs the as a result of It Johnson and

ahan yesterday told Naples Rotarians and Rotarians ((1)) that the two lanes specifiedfor presidency.How the Russian were able to an.
did he get the railroads' nounce at the same time they
guests that the Naples-Ft Lauderdale toll the toll road will be set off center in management and unions to were cutting down productionof

road, now affectionately known throughout the 400 foot right of way to permit pos reach a settlement after being material for nuclear weap.

the state as "Alligator Alley," will sible to six lanes "when the at each other's throat for five ons.How
expansion years? He worked at it. He much of the same he is
get no serious opposition from the American traffic warrants," and ((2)) that the state never got off their backs. doing with other world leadersIs

Automobile Association and the Cityof may possibly lease land for a motel operation He has more drive than Pres. not known. But this Is how he
Idents Eisenhower and KennedYand operates because this is how he
Miami at a hearing before the State about midway along the 96-mile dogged
more down to earth. always operated in the Senateon
Supreme Court on May 13, and that the route persistence, and apparently far the telephone or in his of.

road will be under construction by Julyof It was also Monahan's contention, as .ao y i ., more energy as was demonstrated flee making arrangements on
In this past week alone a vote before the vote was
this year. has been ours all along, that constructionof by all his handshaking, speeches taken.

This is welcome news to Collier Coun- the toll road will not delay four.laning / and news conferences. In the end, all the extraordl.

tians and, we assume, Broward Coun- of the Tamiami Trail nor Interfere with a Whether In the long run his nary energy of Johnson will
general Judgment Is half so come to nothing If his Judg.
tians. Completion of Alligator Alley will proposed freeway from Tampa to Miami. We good as either man's remainsto ment over a period of time

require from 12 to 14 months, Monohan Collier Countians will, we feel cer- ( EDITOR'S NOTE: be seen In future events.He proves bad. So far it seems to
most grateful made his reputation as have been all right.
estimated. We have to doubt tain welcome the made availableby are
no reason news will now Democratic leader In the Sen. When he first took over the
the Monahan knows whereof he speaksfor Road Board Member Monahan, who 11 that there to ate-and he was probably the presidency he appeared a little

after all, members of the State Road has worked diligently In support of this be no occasion ) best Senate leader In this cen. unsure. As time passed and he
1 USA this cartoonThe ridLrK tury-by getting opposing sides suffered nc disaster and madeno
Board undoubtedly have access to Infor- county's right to spend its secondary road to compromise their differencesand apparent mistakes, he became .

mation in advance of its general releaseto funds as its duly elected County Commis- reach agreement. And he Increasingly active until
was tireless.He now he Is all over the place,
small town newspaper such as this one. sion sees fit and not at the direction In
did exactly the same talking and working.One .
Since this newspaper is the only one of Dade County officials, the Miami the rail dispute which had side of Johnson( hasn't

in the entire state that has supported con- Herald, Tampa Tribune or any other newspaper dragged on since 1959. In their been seen yet: how he acts if

of the road from Ft. candidates others time neither EIsenhower nor things go against him
struction Naples to gubernatorial or Kennedy could get the two

Lauderdale, it gave us considerable plea- whose Interest In a Tampa-Miami sides to agree. But Johnson did.

sure to hear that Monahan feels the toll stranght-line road that would miss this The case reached the Supreme
Court twice Congress
road will do more for Broward and Col- section of the West Coast tends to make stepped In once ((1963); ; a presidential PET DOCTORBy

lier Counties "than any other facility I them violently biased against Alligator commission, arbitration
,,'" board, and emergency board A.W. Moller, DV.M,
know of. It has been our contention all
- failed
Alley.We to prevail, and the 10Vo.rnment
along that both counties will benefit from look forward with keen anticipa exhausted Its machinery .

the road. tion to start of construction on the much Today InWashington for delaying or stopping a

Monahan disclosed two other interest maligned toll road. Best of BoyleBy strike n was due to begin April 10,

Johnson called both sides to the
By The White House and the night
I Is Your Snail Sick? ASSOCIATEDPRESS of April 9 got an agreement G
there would be no strike before

NEW YORK (AP)-Visitors to will turn out to be a television April 25 and that in the mean.

What is your tax money used for? endlessly, The Individual amounts are the World' Fair here will find producer looking for new talent. WASHINGTON (AP-ta the time the two sides would work
their stay much more pleasant As to destinations, it Is better news from Washington: hard for a settlement
There's an easy answer to pay for small, but there is more to it than just If they five a little forethought for you to choose one of three- QUAKE REPORT: U$. geol.ogists The President kept them at

the national defense, to maintain the the money involved These are examplesof to getting along with New York Penn Station, Grand Central and surveyors report the it day and night, worked Sec.

executive, legislative and judicial depart what happens when a central government cab drivers. terminal or the Empire State Alaskan earthquake was felt retary of Labor W. Willard
They are a race apart, claw Building These are the only over half a million square miles Wirtz overtime, and called inexperienced map
ments of the government, and so on. peopled;: by avaricious bureau- unto themselves, and are some places in New York City that and that It raised and lowered outside mediators

But it's the safest of bets that the crats of born parties seeking more power times as hard to predict as the most cab drivers have heard of, huge sections of the largest to help out. Johnson was on top
weather. A few hints as to of It all the time. He coaxed butdidn't
and larger do all although now and then you may state by as much as 13 feet.
average citizen, having |lust survived the appropriations, try to their nature and strange ways tide with an old-timer who re. The reports, made In formal threaten.
April 15 tax bite, will be amazed to learn things for all men and all Interests. may be In order. calls where Grant's Tomb Is. presentation to the American He had a big personal and political .

where some of his money goes. Large oaks from little acorns grow. Naturally, the stranger on entering Never tell a driver your troubles Geophysical Union meeting and stake In the outcome Q I would like to know the
cab here believes the himself. He put his presidential
or ailments. He'll at news conference Wednes why horse trieslorun
top you a reason my
Examples: The federal government Small cuts, In totally nonessential govern- driver must be speaking In AU every time. If you tell him you day, were offered by S. T. Algermlssen prestige on the line in this one away every time I go lo catch

spent $18,000 on a study to learn why ment projects, can add up to large budget banian or some equally foreign have a toothache, he Is almost of the Coast and Geodetic particularly by making op. him? Marcia Sinclair, Fountain
break reductions to the benefit of all tongue. certain to reply. "What's a sore Survey and Arthur Grantz timistic statements and a
patients appointments at pediatric us .
Actually the language Is tooth? My cousin has gallstonesand geologist with the Geological strike would have been an Impressive
clinics. It $1,250,000 to study the Turning off lights in the White House Brooklynese, a form of commu. setback.
spent never a word of complaintout Survey, Menlo Park, Calif. A K I were a horn and knew Idol
relationship between an Infant monkeyand Isn't the only place savings could be nication whose vowel sounds of him." NUCLEAR CUTBACK: Sen. A settlement would mean the someone was going to put a toddl on
made and were borrowed from the screech Unless the sun Is shining ate Democratic Leader Mike opposite. No wonder he was so mi and matt mt run all ov.r M.h.lda" ,
Its mother. It spent $11,500 to study ever so easily, too. of subway wheels Its male brightly there Isn't much Mansfield declared ., ,
point Wednesday. delighted when he rushed to a I I'd probably run '00. Ito: .olio natural
b|pod group genetics of Southampton Island Is your snail sick? Write the government words goneralty.ean be undeni in trying to hail a cab. At the flight that American initiative studio twgaonthe'alfh.-eittmogb' '"for a horn net to. wary Ip work wh.n,,

Eskmos.'! It spent $20,092 to study for advice on how to cure the poor three stood days by an of out-of-towner concentrated alter listening first sign of rain or snow, every,Brought about the, outback:, U tt meant..interrupting tprogr m cabbie automatically locks his nuclear weapons materials an. -and announce the result ol
as H bucket
a lro. you go out *" a
diseases of the snail. thing. i
giant doors, puts up his "Off Duty" nounced this week by President fast as he could. oats or other ,food Iht horn will bt
Such a list could be continued almost The New York cabby is a sign and drives off for coffee. Johnson and the Soviet Union. Johnson Is not experienced in torn btlwttn hi dttir lor the load
proud man and refuses to wear One final point-the matter of Mansfield told the Senate that foreign affairs. He lacks Kenne. The
and Hit dtiirt to b. loft olon
a uniform. U prizes were given tipping. Manhattan cabbies are this was stressed at the morn. dy's Intellectuality and the heroic .
for sartorial neatness he would itrongtr impulse will win K you malta
convinced to that White House
a man any. ing meeting with symbolism of Eisenhower
win the booby prize. His usual body hailing from west of the the President, his senior advisers And the typical corn of the Kob,I ol catching him With a dbitond,
othe.rs garb consists of a beat.up caps oiling 0 big'lull ov.r him, It moy become -
'Say. Hudson River, north of the and congressional leadersof American politician
an old sweater or wrinkled loner to catch you
Bronx, or south of Staten IslandIs both parties. through his public statements
windbreaker and the kind of ride' holttr on will
a tightwad. Mansfield said he was assuredby But he Is, above everything want! to leaving a
odd trousers other people wear To really please a cabby after the President that the American a politician and It Is as such matt the tad mpltr, but din leave
on Halloween.Our paying your fare, you should decision to reduce production that he is running the preslden. a load rope on him, 01 it might get
cabbies also pride them. hold out your wallet and let him of plutonium and enriched cy. But that Is not meant Just caught' on a bush or rod and cause
selves on lack of service. U the have at least 20 per cent of all 'uranium for nuclear weapons shaking hands and making dHiculty. .
driver leaps out of his vehicle, you have left. "was not the result of any speeches, although he does
opens the door, and salutes you Or you might simply arrange agreement, executive or other. plenty of both. I
smartly as you enter or leave, to adopt him. That would be wise and that there Is no fine There are various kinds of BE A 'FRIEND'TO
you'd better look at your road "
cheaper. print. politician: The sonorous, the I
map again. You undoubtedlyare CUBA: Sen. George A. pompous, the placid, the active, YOUR LIBRARY
In some other city. That Smathers, D-Fla., suggested and the very aggressive who
ij ijw
Just don't happen here. On the TrackA Wednesday that the Soviet Un. .
fc tli Don't be surprised If your : <
: nip ,, ion remove all its antiaircraft : "
driver bursts suddenly into song Bryan Tex, woman missiles from Cuba
as a con.
t s starts off complained to police that a N -
or reeling a string of crete and positive contributionto
Joe Miller jokebook gags. Four blue and grey Missouri Pa. world peace. -

out of five hackle. here are con. cific engine backed into her He also urged in a statement rsiTiir.i
vlnced they are born singers or sedan; that the engineer that the Soviets pull out any :
comedians They go through surveyed the damage, push. other long-range weapons or installation .
their acts hopeful that sooner or ed her car off the track and they may have. '
later one of their passengers left heading northward. > RemarksA

1tJL '. :t :.: .:: STRICTLY FRESHThe \,>:< Wf: S;..::. .. .. _)

_J 5 COw ADDUzE world surely needs LOCAL YOKEL REPORTS

MAMA.ROUTINAMI5S.USE. < men who can think big, but
GO sometimes they are a ter. + This is National Secretaries

ACROSS SET KOeE LAW rible nuisance when you'retrying Week. We have no secretary but let
1.. Throttle 28. Diffident ,
H 0 L If' T s I G r n to get your work us extend best wishes
4 Flax fiber 30 Manh elder done. and a Happy
: .. D 0 F' F' M 0 5 E S .
: :
7 Galatea I 31 Masterbeloved t i Secretarial Week to all the dear
.fr.t 32. Haggard 5 N I F' F' D t F' T. .
trouble with
The putting ladies in the area.
r 11 \'engeanceoddest heroine T A R T. S U 5 T. R E. your two cents in these
33, Progtin 0 R f. JUDO F I x( 41 4h *

12. Mountain 34. Pluck 0 R. POT. N 0 RS t
-tutt a42 In.\sl& \lInor 36. Burmese POD EST A. L E t R + Here's a cute one from, of

Tbt ChrtiUii toltnet Monitor 14 13ddlllonal Leas I:in. 38 demon Cut of meat W 0 R S E N. 0 E N T all places the Florida Agricultural -

Madam Chairman, Fd Ilk. U know bow we stand on tho Beatles' tolxed 40. Minutest SOLUTION Or YtSTHDAY PUZZU Service which must be a gay-
I 16Mllo 44 Buddhist MAIIst er place than we thought : "Watering

British Thanks. genus sacred dialect 52, Eternity 5. Uric a hedge is like
spanking childyou've
7. I Entreat 46, .\stronoml53.. Windmill 6. Minor a -
<; cal tall 7 While linen got to do a good Job to be
Lilt old soldiers, erst never die, they has given Britain la.T billion since the 18. "mmg term "
cube 48 DOWN effective.
only fide away. By the time Juitlniaa war. It would be hard to imagine a \\argod esimenl
closed the Academy, or the lest wolf war European state In America postwar position 20. Social 49, Author 1 I'ulT 8. Set days is that it costs you five # to 4h
shot in a village of southern England, taking such a long and broad view luiiLtion file Roll, 2, Seed coating 9. Fury cents to mall it
no one was paying attention any more of its interest. Now that western Europe, 22 Coddos of 50 Caviar 3, Quarry 10. Billow s + Aren't you glad you weren'tat
The American announcement that including Britain, Is prospering. the' agrkuliureji 51 In this 4, Diacritical 15 Country The man who has the discouragement the New York World's Fair yester-
military aid was being cut off from least we can do is to pay tribute to the : Principal place markIT lane of his convictions day Tom Hayer of The News
Britain Cal well is from France and relative and partner who nursed us backto 19. Slippery is called a pessimist. staff
Jugoslavia) ai a formal rebuke for self-earned health, both when our I I J (/ .. 4 j e : r49 10 21 Rowan tree had an opportunity to attend open-
trading with Cuba has gone almost very ]life was In danger and when we Y.--:, / 23 TolllghtI If you think you would ing day ceremonies as guest of the
equally unnoticed. The tap has been were bring debilitated I convalescent r /1 17 14 Discon10ate like to be young again recall Department of
turned off, and the last drop of aid Tin Economist (London) algebra to mindPLEASE. with everything -
worth $7,000, which was to have been /f I IS ,e 25: Quadruped ( except booze and mad mon-

supplied by the end of June apparently 26 Lacerate ..\'k'Y: +' ey, of course) on the house. The
11 14 I 27 Fried cake
parts, for will technical not now training trickle and through apart and Wryness 0 29 Female: l rascal must have had a. premonitionor

It would have been about enough, one Any lelf-re pectln, man who knows 1'; r : l' l4 0 I 15 If lobster / something, because he turned it

would think, for one American Instructor he Is about to be fired gets in his resignation IS 16 17 I' 11 J 32 Snow down.
and his secondhand car But not to tnh On this principle, Mr. But runner ''*'
long ago the flow was broad and even ler, when in Washington, should haveslipped I Jl '/ ,"! 33
vital to Britain survival than the 0 / I" 35 Racket
more Mr. Rusk a cheque for ':2900
figures can tell in advance settlement of all those drib- Jf IJS 0 J6 7 0 39 37 Scrub Foreigner + Two of our best buddies Rube
The end of aid Is the end of a quarterof lets of American military aid still in the Neckerman and ,
a century of American support for a pipeline for us The absurd spectacleof 0J' JJ 0 441 41 41 4, 41 Emanation Howard Wolfe are In
reeling ally In war and peace. It opened Britain being: put in the dock over 42. residence ( temporarily, of course)
early in Cuba trade Morocco 4. 4 S +r N 43 Bib. pronoun I at
with the Lend-Lease act passed alongside Jugoslavia, Ir Naples Community Hospital. This
embattled Britain. Then Prance and other 'recalcitrants'
1941 to help is
after the war, when the postwar economic would then have been avoided. It was, 44 IT 44 Zealand 1i to notify those rascals that as
crisis broke, came Marshall Aid after all, the "special relationship" that fort soon as they're well ; rested to get
If one Includes II.3 billion of military also stood in the dock-all for I paltry $1 a ,( ,Z ,'S 43 Exist up and let as' rest a while. Let's
aid spent partly on the development of 7000 dollars._Tht Sunday Telegraph 47 Menagerie be
maasUea and aircraft: the United BUtes London,,) Par I,,,,. 24 mm ., M.wrr..rwo fair now, fellows


Style Thnnds. April 23, 1)64 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5
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A Switch KarF II I

From t theBridal \ oIsIl \



The bride who makes the
traditional journey to the attar
with a veil touting behind her
is truly an old-faahioned girt
Fashion designers here and I

abroad have concocted: ao many
ways to accessorize the bridal
gown, still keeping within the
hounds of dignity and elegance

these The is most Yves widely St. Laurents publicized) bridal of cy[ EllXUrv ell b

After braid forming entwined a coronet with flower around r W Lsooperatiue

the head it falls almost to the .
floor. A big aatm bow U tied '''.
at the end.AClually. ". I

big hair bows for i 42 UNITS :,1 :' .
bride are quite the thing aome-
timea tied at the nape or the
neck with whisp of veiling from
there, other times tucked rakishly .Br \ On The Mexico
at the aide of the head. This Directly Gulf Of

la designer Coco Chanel'a idea

of how a modern bride should TRAIL I TYPE A bonnet, apparently inspired, by the

look.More of that little-girl look IN American Indian ia among new London fashions. Its ,of In The Moorings Of NaplesFACTS.
white organia mounted on black band and lied under chin
achieved by the bride who wears ,
I baby doll\ cap. beruffled beribboned -

the chin.M and re: tied Bohan snugly Christian under Too Lazy ? V

Dior in Pant makes it in organdy.For Boys
the sophisticated bride is .k
the African turban a mound of
vanilla Lustard winding round and WriterAre )t
round. Indeed a girl could mil 4 r r, u
have her hair in curlers and not girls letting more sports and outdoor-minded than J

even the bridegroom would he boys? Many girls complain that they can't find companionship -

the wiser with young men unless they show interest
The laco mantilla, made popular 'r 0 s. ,c,
only in easygoing pastimes. One 17 >ear-old girl
by elegant Mrs John F. ?
Kennedy fur church going his writes : lh J
also been adapted by the bride "I go with a fellow who :
who wants her picture in the doean't do anything but ail and attend Don this type of person t"h
family album lu be different.Gentlemen read ride in hia car or lounge ever change?"
over a aoda at the drug store I Lota of young fellows go n

like to ski, but he eight when I through a selfish phase or maybe
suggest it. I go steady with him, it shouldn't be called that.
but il'. no fun to ail around They just went to do what they
yakking all the time or watch him want to do And they would do it n I ra
read a book even when he cornea: anyway even if they didn't have
Don't, t Argue to my house I like the outdoor, deter with girls Maybe they 1
but he suggests that I go ice don't need female companionship{ 4 ,' a es
skating with my girl friends at those times but tolerate it.
They seem to have the lime It's possible he would not have ,
With Her trouble with their boy frienda. given you anything for your e' r
One boy will drive us to a pond birthday, except he thought the '
occasionally, and then ail In the musicale a good investment
lOKONHJ.l') -- llcrc'it a car with the heater on while we Many aurveya point out that
nwiiih on llic Murv about" the ikate."la. boys ire not aa rugged as their
puny wo.iklmu ..h.. grew up In be it asking too much of these fathers were at the lime age. It ,
u WCI hl-lllI..r. fellows to do something we want may be because they have many

The central figure I m u womanMrs. to do once in a while even though more indoor diversions than their arers
- Liilyinch, amateur they do not enjoy it*" fathers enjoyed. Summer sport
painlir' hmi.-ewifc mid lumber of They ahould cooperate occasionally are popular but winter sports
two children, on an outdoor trip of are more demanding, and some
AM some kind. But who can make young men think of them a a work
u child -- bur nuinc wan
' them A 19-year-old boy who rather than play. They prefer
I IMIIU ft.inliuk ..1'cl'u.J ", ilhI"r
doea like the outdoors says: fishing, swimmini and sailing to
f.imilv in I'ol.inJ unj -
was "Lots of fellows just like to sit hunting, skiing and ice skating & FEATURES
xiiklv lot A in it. .
* and dream. Maybe.. they are, just, But you never can figure them.
It wail. )jll.1| l before tire family figuring out I their futures ,oraomething. One high school senior couldn't ,.w '.... .. '.... ''C" i Oil yi 17''i 'l,
hoarded xliip I., unite 10' ('un"du Suddenly you realizeyou get her friend to walk up to the 1. The view is .
ihm u uWhir, diMcuvcred why. unsurpassed by anything: Naples.
and hill
are growing up youdon't lo a skating pond only to
Her\ tunnels in rC..1 Hut
wore e"
really know where you are find that he suddenly went mad

f.imilv they ditii'l r.adlT..rllllill.tome nut .until the going ll can he frightening. I for Ice fishing He would spend 2. 200' Gulf frontage protected by seawall. .
: ,
know what I'm going to do ao itdoean't hours shivering on a lake ..omedll..nce '
Slav Link phVKical I l culture
scare me any more but from their neighborhood
toursc" lo Mild hcrntlf\ up. once it did." Maybe that is the catching something "that're 3. Fireproof 1
Within .1 few crane she weighedIU !
answer. sembled sardine,
pounds laid could: lift, twice
her own Vkciiilil:' { with c....". A 16-year-old girl complainsthat
her beat beau ia on such a 4. all
Soundproof steel and concrete structure.
In If41. when she was 17. heh.d
culture kick that it ia exasperating.
exhibition I{ visilor.. how Nancy'sCry J.
to benil' over li.ukwiirdn, lift II
Tlpoimtl hirhill Iron the floor "What do you think about a 5. Two self-operated high-speed elevators.
lellow who makes dates with
imd prone il lo IIn,,'.. length you Baby
to go to museums and librariesand
utirlteiid tan slit xiooj. ercil.Oiue .
concerts but will never take 6. King-size storage lockers
she held NCMMI nun{
up you to a parly or to the movies or NEW YORK (AP) For crying,
"':'1111111\1111..11I1..1' 1.100 pounds.In
out loud there's no one to beat
to anything like that He'll lookat
I'M MU| Mr.imod her b lilt
ul il show 'in :Mowork mid Mint. television if there ia a play Nancy Baker. 7. Covered car parking facilities for each apartment.

She planned: .lo be! u hlouse do- thai he likes, but otherwise he When the sound of a' crying ,
doesn't it. tie spent five bahy is required on TV or on-
signer hill' |aid| tn.irrieJ niMcjd.Mic enjoy
{ look tin paiiilniK, I three learn hours in a museum one day. My stage the pretty young actress 8. Central laundry facilities
1111" .uul rettitilt: hold bar firm feet were aching, and I felt usually provides it. This unusual '. t
exhibition nf. 22 oil. in J .." '- duty, but he wouldn't give i up. career atarted a few years tgowtien
urban Innnilo' shopping" sell: icr. The final straw was my birthday Nancy was playing an unhappy 9. Office and Manager. ,
Site! pi.11 IK 'In alI end the Huno, present two tickets to a mother on a TV show The
(".11.1''' ..I' \rl next year. musicale, which: he wanted to ut tress hired to cry like a baby
got sick and Nancy filled in. 10. Individual central heat and air-conditioning unit in each apartment?
---- -- --- ----
Now ahe'a a specialist: and '

TV... ... RADIO. has crying even, studied while doing different volunteer kindsof 11. Garbage disposal. Trash and waste chutes. :,

By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP dollar fair ia a pretty exciting,, work in a pediatrics ward '
Televlsion-Radlo Writer 12. Private beach.
event Simi good. took rub neat -
NEW YORK (Ap-Commer. But the New York World'I 1 tvcf teal or lamb with salt i
clal television may be free, but Fair, officially opened Wednes.1
pepper and drmu l.irJ before
experience baa shown that the day was just too big too dl., n'.1sting 13. Heated swimming pool.
viewing public la happy to verse to be handled by a 90.
spend hard cash to ace their minute television special.
In the flesh. 14. Beautiful patio with chairs tables umbrellas
favorites NBC did its level beat lounge etc.
Result It a nourishing ex. Wednesday night to give the na. i
tremely profitable sideline for lion an overall look at the big
many popular television per. show. Some of the photography 15. Beautifully landscaped by landscape architect. ,; .
formers. It la personal appear. was stunningly beautiful. But in
anew, summer theatre per. spite of almost desperate effortsto
formances and special acts for make the armchair tour en. 16. Two bedrooms and two complete baths.

fairs, rodeo and exhibitions. tertalnlng, It turned out to be
Stars of westerns are always a very long and frequently bor.
In demand for state and county Ing program. 17. Club type membership control.
fairs and rodeos.Performers .
who are not con. Recommended
aldered actora by the television NBC, "Their Own tonight Execution On 18. Membership in Moorings Golf and Country Club available.

public are very popular with era," 10.11 (Eastern Standard
audiences. Among them are Tlme)-suspense tale of a manon \
Uerv Griffin Allen bidden, trial for killing his wife, with QReEecfED / 19. No mortgage, liens, or encumbrances on land or building. :
Hugh Downs and Ed McMahon. Herschel Bernardi and Dean

A fair, particularly t billion-,.StockweU.Tt 20. First floor apartments are 18' above sea level. .

I MASON .' "

IO 'HIFLORIDA 21. City water and sewer. .(.

Agency With rertMial Service: PimiC (i H..

UTILITIES COMMISSION 22. Occupancy November 1st, 1964.

I IA i

Lam Gr.du.te and Former

dependable ego cy. roapoqeIble ttwdol Atoloftsnl 18 APARTMENTS SOLDFOR ==
pratecdofl jrwar U. S. Altamey
family, hone sad auslnseeagainst .

every laawable throat M Tears el law .M
of lace branch plannse1 program INFORMATION CALL OR WRITE
el protection gmraatoed frojroosixe FuUk tonrke
companies of II nusatliaiilftntncUl
Oed .. Me .....
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""pettlol Begulaeen &JL&WOODWAIU( Associates I Or Stop At Office

New Sorvlng .* Chairman{ Edna M. Burglund On Site Just North
al ........) fwWk LWlrlw ) I ,
Humbert B. Powell, Jr, '
: ..r c-w- Robert C. Schweikert of The PrivateMOORING'S

:::::Se.ebPb. *...f/.cf ItJ MAO Barbara B. Wolfe PARKBriefs

fxpt ri rrc*<4 and fraven
3.3111wrt Oscar F. V.nsonI
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I. ,

I 1 1idf Sheriff To CookLittle

1 I ''i ti na League Fish Fry I

SPdRT Tomorrow Night- At Park

Serving will begin at S p.m. to raise money tcr the coming ana eacn Little League player,

Friday at Gambler Park for the season," Little League$ presl. In uniform, will step to the plate

. . . . . . . . Naples Little League's fish fry dent Jack 'r'lnters11.. More and bat once, run out his hit, and
and barbecue, and more than than 250 boys will compete In return to the bench.
J to the three little League dirtslons During the hours of the fish
75 boys are expected participate
COLLIER NEWS Thursday, April 23, 1984 there will be of
6 COUNTY In opening ceremonies at in Naples this spring. fry, registration

7. After the fish fry Friday.Mayor prospective players for the six

Proceeds from the barbecue Archie Turner will open the pro. minor league teams.Minor league

Does Pro Golf Need A Czar? will be divided between the Lit. gram Trophies will be given to tryouts will be Saturday.Regularly .

tie League and Sheriff E.A. Doug 1963 champion teams, managers scheduled play In

Hendry's Junior Deputies pro. and sponsors will be Introduced, Little League opens Monday at
5:15 when Pirates meet
cram. Hendry's crew
Some Sav'Yes'-Others'No' Is preparing the food for to. Jaycees Cardinals There will be

morrow's fish fry. .rI doubleheaders each MondayWed.

Hungry people who come ear. nesday, and Friday through July

PALM BEACH GARDENS ourselves surrounded with a II ly will have the widest selection 3 at the Little League diamond.

Fla. (AP) Dots proresslonlCOU multimillion-dollar enterprise"To of main courses Ash, chicken, Leaders
need cur? keep pace, we) need to or ribs-and side dishes, Little

Many of the tournament play. adopt modern business meth. League officials point out. Per.
ods." w who have not By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS r BaseballRoundup
en, Including Arnold Palmer, sons yet bought f
Insist that It does. Warren Can. The PGA, with a membershipof the $1.23 tickets can buy them National League
more than 5,000 teaching and Batting (IS at bats) Wll.
trell, newly elected president of from Little League officers or
the Professional Golfers Assocl.at touring pros, moves Into Its at the park Friday. Hams, Chicago, .462; May, San I
new $4.mllllon headquarters on Francisco, .452.
Ion, argues not. "This Is our one big chance

Almost all, players and execu. this Florida gold coast within .. _-- --......... Runs-Mays, San Francisco,
the next few weeks ,12; Williams, Chicago and Ruts
plagued by '
tlves alike, agree there Is need numerous problems., MANAGER RICHARD P1TTMAN of Exchange team in Naples Little Cincinnati 8. While the Los Angeles Dodg.

for stronger administrative firmer hand revision in ,the I There Is still some quibbling League hands out uniforms and equipment to his boys as the opening gameof Kids Sick In Bed, Runs batted in-Mays, San era suffered from a growing

about how to the season draws Exchange meets Francisco 15 Banks Chicago, headache in St. Louis today, 1
guiding of the game's destinies. pay for the $1.5- near. Jaycees on Monday at 5:15: at ; ,
"We simply have grown too million brick and glass clubhouse Cambier Park to start the schedule. (NEWS photo) Mother Winner Of 9. Sandy Koufax was 2,200 miles g t
which sits astride two 18. Hits-May., San Francisco, away ourslng his hot dog arm. I
fast Cantrell Texas
says a hole championship courses.Sponsors Biggest Payoff 14, Pinson and Ruiz, Cincinnati, The Dodgers' ace lefthanderwas
businessman. "We rocked along
of the with
forced out
and looked up suddenly to find and players are In. : MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-A mother 13.Doubles the Cardinals Wednesday night .X
volved In a bitter dispute over of four youngsters In bed with Rodgers, Chicago,
who should control the mush. Kasko, Houston and Sargell, after the first Inning with an el. ,
150 Tee Off In rooming television monies. C _chickenpox went to the track Pittsburgh 4. bow inflammation and a slight

The tour Is Wednesday for a breather, bet Triples Canto Chicago and muscle tear in his left forearm. 1
$2.5-mUllon getting hunch twin double and "
Texas Open TodaySAN as S2 on a He Los for
returned to Angeles
so crowded that there are lun walked off with $84,892.20, larg. Fox, Houston,
suggestions that It must be bro. r Home runs-Mays, San Francisco an examination.
ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)- b Y est payoff in U.S. racing history.
ken Into two circuits 6 Williams, Chicago, 5. Before he left the game, Kou. dl\
More than ISO golfers, Including a major Mrs. Helen McCrady of West ;
and minor league. Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. fax unleashed a rare wild third: ,1
many the game's top names, Hollywood, Fla, clutched a
strike out over the Oak Kills There Is some agitation f Danish good luck troll doll In geles, 4; W. Davis, Los Angeles strike that eventually led tc
quite minor at this for 3. Charley James' three-run horn. y J
.Country Club course today after stage one hand, held her husband'sarm
a share of the $40,000 up for making the tour a self supportIng with the other and watched Pitching-O'Toole, Cincinnati, er and a 74 victory for the h

I grabs In the 37th annual Texas project, free from PGA con. Gulfstream Park officials count Johnson, Houston, Kllppsteln, Cardinals. It was the seventh!
S nl d San straight defeat for the Dodgers,
Open.So. Philadelphia, a o r ,
trol.At out stacks of $100 bills.
Francisco and Gibson and Simmons who have won Just one game i'1
the moment the -
biggest "
tournament has "We it We It all
far, the got alll got ,
'failed to yield a favorite. question Involves that of a czar she said over and over. St. Louis, ZOO, 1.000. Dr. L C. Middleman, St. Lout ,/Ii
or a strong single executive to Strikeouts-Norman, Chicago team physician, estimated Kou. 7\:
She took two checks
The rolling 6,715-yard' par 70 run the whole show $40,000 and Gibson, St. Louis, 14. fax would miss at least one or 6
and the rest In cash. She said
layout offers sub-par rounds for "We need a man like the late she would share the with American' Lecjue two pitching turns. He normally 'i
consistent shooters, but has Us Kennesaw Mountain Landis In } money Batting (18 at bats) Mai- pitches every four days. :
her sister Alfreda Ferris who
trouble spots. A host of the pros baseball," says Dow Finster. helped with, the winning combl., tone, Boston, .500; Bressoud, Elsewhere in the National :x'

proved during practice rounds wald. "He should be a man witha 7634. Boston, .476. League Wednesday night, Hous. t

and the pro-amateur tournament knowledge of all phases of the nation The payoff came on Center. Runs Allen, Minnesota, 7; ton blanked Cincinnati 2.0, and ?'M
Wednesday they could Hansen and Allison San Francisco stopped Mllwau. '
game and with unquestioned In. vllle Chicago ,
whip the course. tegrlty." $8.40;Blllro$66.4Q[ Rough Oliva and Rollins, Minnesota, 8. kee 86. Rain halted Pittsburgh
PORTABLE CONCESSION stand at Little League baseball field begins to Territory, $22.40, and Expresl. at Philadelphia and Chicago at
Billy Maxwell, who hasn'twon Palmer, the sport's all-time .60 Runs batted in Wagner,
vo, $11 on the fifth sixth
a tournament since the leading money winner, agrees."I take shape Builder Ed Davis wields hammer, while helpers Robert Wrightleft eighth and ninth races respect Cleveland, Cash, Detroit, Oliva, New York.

1962 Dallas Open, caught the would like to see a fellow like ( ) and Tim Whipkey watch. Stand should be ready sometime next tively. The previous record high Minnesota and Hinton, Wash. Koufax, whose earned 25 him victorieslast

eyes of many Wednesday witha Joe Dey (executive director of week. (NEWS photo) of $84,114.20 was won March 5 Ington, 7. season theleague's I'
most valuable '
fouNunde/'par 66 that was the U. S. Golf Association) takeover at Gulfstream. Hits Oliva, Minnesota, 13; player

tops In the pro-amateur. ," Arnie says. "We playersare Mrs. McCrady said her hus. Bressoud, Boston and Rollins, award, got into trouble when
Bill White
However nine others turnedin not In a position to govern band, John, picked numbers Minnesota, 10. swung and missedfor ",
the third strike. The ball got
ourselves. Filial Doubles Brandt Baltimoreand
below par rounds, Including The Relay Does It- seven and six to correspondwith Hansen 3. by catcher John Roseboro,
PGA policies are made Chicago,
the of their oldest
defending champion Phil Rodg. ages
Triples Ollva Minnesota though, and White reached first ,
by an executive committee com. and
ers, who sizzled over the same children. She picked three and Koufax then walked Ken Boyer
course last year It strokes bet. posed of officers. Problems re. four, "my lucky numbers for Hinton, Washington, 3. and gave up the home run pitch
latlng to the tour are handledby Home runs- Allen, Minnesotaand
ter than par.Perhaps Eagle Runners Win reasons I won't tell you." Mrs. to James.
a committee of executives McCrady is in her early 30s. Skowron, Washington, 3. II,
Carl Warwick and ,
White later
one reason most feel and' players. Jay Herbert coy, Stolen bases-Aparlclo, Balt!.

the tournament, which ends rently Is chairman of the play. BY DAVID LYON The mile relay team of Lee :16.7 for t another record. Bothof more, 5; Davallllo, Clevelandand hit home runs, nullifying horn. '
Sunday, Is anybody's title ts the ers' committee which also In. Treadwell Alan half-mfle, and was second In Hinton, Washington, 2. ers by the Dodgers' Frank How. I
Randy Harris those
performances brought
fact that several of the biggest eludes Dave Marr, Johnny Pott NORTH FORT MYERS. Two and Walter Ritchie defeated the broad Jump and discus for Pitching Miller, Baltimoreand ard and Willie Davis. Curt Sim.
Foster -
names have skipped It. and Bob Goalby I evenly-matched track teams first places the Eagles. Plels, Minnesota, ZOO, 1.000. mons won his second game for
I battled down the wire Wednesday the Knights by 25 yardsto Bruce Lamartlne ran tlO.4 the Cardinals but
to needed
Arnold Palmer, Jack Nick. "Players shouldn't be allowed Shot put Moss (N) 41-8, Strikeouts Peters, Chicago,
lain ..Gary Player and Julius to' make Important; decisions,"' 'I afternoon, and a decis- break s 59-59 tie. Time In the 100-yarddajh.betterthan Welnmetster (NFM), Ritchie: 16; Pena, Kansas City, 12. from Roger Craig.

Bora. are absent. Mike Sou. says Paul Harney. "Their role :ive Naples High School victoryIn of the event was s good 3:49.1," any other Eagles, but got onlya (N). Broad Jump,George(NFM) Willie McCovey belted home
chak should be In : the final the only two seconds off the school close second. Ritchie unleashed runs In his first three times at
who won the Houston an advisory capac. relay brought 19-11, Earnshaw (N), FilWH Ortega Wins TKO
64.59 record set at the Edison Relays a 129-foot discus throwto bat for the Giants. He had a
Classic Sunday, also did not Ity strictly. 1 Eagle trackmen a team NFM Pole vault Zamarllla
( ). ,
enter, Next The tour Barfleld all NFM
Freeman Into the
ing His
Six school records broken in that game. per.
were event.
sweep 10 feet High hurdles, Earn- PHOENIX, Art*. (AP) -Vet. formance overshadowed the two
as Naples found the going Dennis Fields and Treadwell
I shaw (N), tl6.7, Bagley (NFM), eran boxer Casper Ortega of home runs hit by the Braves'
r good, though somewhat confusing each pole-vaulted 8'9" to beat Deno (NFM). Mexican, Mexico, scored a Joe Torre.
on the North Fort Fields' old record an Inch. technical knockoutover
Myers by 100-yard dashGeorgeNFM( ) fourth round Willie Mays continued his tor.
track. This utilizes cir It the second meet Joe Louis Hargrove4
layout was
only :10.35, Lamanlne (N), Fred- rid hitting pace, getting a single
cular asphalt driveways In frontof in which Naples has competedin and a double.
/ the school In odd- the vault and the first rickson (N). Mile, Tom Ber- :'
resulting pole ,
Base tial ll I
nard N 5 05.5 NFM
shaped courses for all run- time for Treadwell. Thesprint ( ), : Dowdy ( ), Measured by Whitey Ford'smeticulous
Williamson (NFM). 880 relay,
ning evenu. medley relay team won a close standards, the 200th

Gene Moss got the Eagles first and set a new record with Naples, 137.5; Lamartlne, victory of his major league ca.
Koch Fredrickson Kline.
off to a good start by throw- a time of 2:11. StandingsNational reer was a complete success

Ing the shot 41 feet, 8 inches Bobby George of NFM led Discus Ritchie (N) 129-0. strictly a one sweatshirt Job.
GOLF COURSE for Earnshaw (N), Moss (N). 440- Ford, the ace left-hander of
a school record. Rodney the home forces winning both
yard dash Freeman (NFM), League the New York Yankees who
Earnshaw, the tall and versatile short dashes as well as the
:54.4, Ritchie (N), Harris (N). Wen Lest Pet. O.. doubles as the pitching coach
trackman who Is competing broad Jump, In which event Low hurdles Barfleld (NFM) PbiI.d.lphls' 4 I .100 B for the American League cham.

SUMMER RATESEffective in his first varsity sport as a George leaped 19-11. Earn a.n 'r.nclecD I I ..750Plthb.r.h plans, put himself down for an
i25.S, Bass (N), Deno (NFM).
4 I 11It.
senior, ran the high hurdles in shaw won the high hurdles, and Half-mile,Earnshaw)2:12.4, LOtI'o' I I .121 ItC'nClnnltl A grade after winning No. 200
I 4 .500 111 Wednesday night by
McEwen (NFM), Felsch (N). .
Milwaukee 4 4 .500 lit the Chicago White Sox 34 on six
Sprint medley relay Naples, Houoton 4 4 .500 INChia
L 2:11: Kline Koch, Foster, N.w York:= f : : U JIt. hits."I only went through one
Lo. Anpto' I 7 ,.uS' ,,,
Dec. 1st Woodruff. High Jump, Free sweat shirt," said Ford, laugh

By Tommy Armour man (NFM) 5-6, Bagley (NFM), Inc, 'I'm giving myself an ex.

Chesser (NFM). American League cellent report for the game"

220-yard duhGeorgeNFM( ) WOOl Lest Pet. G... Ford's chart, when completed,
Single $60.00 Tips for Women II :25.0, Larmartlne (N), Fred- a.lt'o' ,. 4 I ..100Mlnn will show he kept the White Sox
_. I a .711 -
W ADDRESS the woman golfer rickson (N). Mile relay, Naples CI.v.llnd I I .eel 1Ireton off balance, allowing only one
$75.00 AT I I .100 I extra base hit and striking out
Family gi\es herself greater assuranceof 3:49.1.:Tteadwell,Harris, Detroit 4 I .571 I two while issuing only one walk.
hitting her shots satisfactorily if Foster, Ritchie. Loa An..'., I I .500 1Bchic. The
i record book when
I 4 .3U lit re.
.she will have her hands slightly Next action for the Eagle New York __ I 4 .IU lit vised, will show Ford the 61st
\ track and field team will be W..hlnlton I i .,.. I
ahead of the ball. There is pitcher in
Daily Green Fees : i an exception Kenos City, I I .150 l11 major league history
; when the ball is teed up for a May 1 In the district meet at to reach the 200-vlctory plateau.

drive then her hands can be Fort Lauderdale Northeast Wednesday's Results The long, bright future also
$2.50Electric National League may be approaching for the
about in the same plane as
San Francisco 8 Milwaukee
who marked their
Wands sec.
i the ball. She should have her NFL Extends 64 Houston 2, Cincinnati 0 ond victory In six games with

Cart Rental / right elbow bent in a little St Louis 7, Los Angeles 6 still another achievement. In

f-o it is close to her body and Weekly ScheduleNEW Chicago at New York, post. the fifth inning, Clete Boyer hita

just about in line with her YORK (AP)-The National posed rainPittsburgh homer-the first by a Yankee

,t $4.00Play v right knee It's a goxl idea for Football League has extended at Philadelphia, this season.

her to have her right knee turneda its 1964 schedule into the postponed, rain The Minnesota Twins hit three

little to the left as she addressesthe week to Include five Saturday American League homers-by Tony alva, Rich

The Moorings golf course to- ball. Then her first move will games, a Friday night contest New Minnesota 7, Washington 6 Rollins and Don Mlncher-but
York 3 0
and two Monday night games in Chicago scored the winning run on
and its splendid 'i Mart her pivoting her right leg Los Angeles 3 Detroit 2
day see for yourself addition to the usual Thanksgiving a passed ball in a 74 triumphover
of the At
built instead swaying to right. Boston at Baltimore, post. Washington. In the
condition. The clubhouse was Day special at Detroit. only
this address position the main Among the innovations in the poned, raInCleveland other AL game played, the Los
with join comfort and convenience in thing for her to think of i i is swing{' 18 game schedule, announced at Kansas City, Angeles Angels struck for two

mind. Host professional Bill McDevitt me! the dub around and up with today by Commissioner Pete postponed, rain runs In the ninth and a 34 vie.

a 0 .' has a well-stocked pro shop and is a straight left arm Roielle, are a Friday night Today's Games tory over Detroit.

lode br The (.. ..... TribuiM home opener for the New York National League Two games were postponed by
available daily for lessons and infor- Chicago at
New York
Giants with Washington, their rain-Boston at Baltimore and
3 mation. first home night game since 1938 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) Cleveland at Kansas City. .

and Monday night dates in Detroit Cincinnati at Houston (N) I
and St. Louis. Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)

FRIDAYLUNCHEON The season will open with a Only games scheduled YOUwant the belt

Saturday Sept. II American League for your mobile
night game, ,
SPECIAL In the Cotton Bowl, where the Washington at Minnesota horn on waterfrontBEAUTIFUL
Boston at Baltimore
( )
Dallas Cowboys will meet the
St. Louis Cards. It will close Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) LAKE KELLYEZ
Only games scheduled
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Thursday April 2J, 1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 .

I CV) Mr. and Mi s, Touhlll -
f't art Joseph Freak AccidentBrings'Charge
who will and
ap1cs ''IOn leave to live
Sports ; N 5 make thou, homo In the state of Of

atI1111 r r Washington. She will be gone
nA for several weeks. While she Leaving SceneLeaving
By 'I'Ht ASSOCIATED PRESS r 1. away, her son Jack and doc
Fort Lauderdale grabbed an /anoIerdiIt J3eacl Skipper sail keep house. the scene of -

early lead In the Florida State Mr. and' Mrs Forlst J. Hall an accident charge was filed

League baseball race Wednes. of Day View Avenue Vanderbilt against\ Mrs. Mary o.rurrough,
day with an 8-3 victory over t By Mary A. Foster MI %..3361T Beach, had as guests last week Sabal Shores Apartments, following

Sarasota. Mrs. Hall' brother and wife, a freak accident about
The win came on the five-hit Mr. and Mrs Dallas of
Boyce, 1 o'clock yesterday afternoonIn
pitching of Jim M 1i the board of directors ler and family of 93rd Avenue
arm)Jo and Toronto Ohio and and Mrs.
rave the Yankees a 3.0 of i1 Njples! Park Area A MO. returned last week, alter visit. Mr. which James Barney 39,
season '
for 1.000 per centage points. clat ill meet at 7:301n their Ing with Mrs. Miller's very' ill oi Pittsburgh ,Pa. a city prisoner was Injured.
t This I is the ilmo of the year
Lakeland whipped Daytona IL'1 bull), "II 103rd Avenue The father, A. Merldlth. In Dlllw>ls. when news is the side Barney who had been sen-
Beach 6-2 to wind up In a four. reg> : monthly' meeting of the We hope they found him a little so If you have on scarce articles do, tenced to labor on the city
way tie for second spot at one *SM" I latum will be held next 11f'ttt'r. and will soon have better end them In. any streets on a drlvlng-whlte-ln-

game behind with St. Peters. Thus la) April SO at 7S0p.m.Instl',1 news. Please be careful about burning toxlcated charge, was workingon
burg and Sarasota.St. > of 8 o'clock, In orderto Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harrow of papers. Everything Is so dry, the planted Islands In the
MI and hear the candidatesfor 103rd Avenue had as guests fora
Petersburg defeated of Fifth
MI. ;
It won't take much to start a center Avenue South.
ami 8 7 and Orlando III.' Ma 5th primary.The few days last week' Mr.and Mrs.
was bad fire, so for all our sakesdo Safety markers had been put
anal card part of the lea. Ray Turner of West Palm Beach
dropped by Tampa 6$. Miami ,
be careful. the
and Orlando < son ,.1 l be given, b\ the Naples Fla up closing center lanes of
are tied for the cel. Until next week the Good
lar position, both with 0.3 rec. LANDSCAPING now in progress offers the final touch to the new officesof Park Association' on Saturday Mrs. Mary Larson of KXXh Lord watch over all, may of you and the four-lane highway to traf-
ords and three 25, at 8\ p.m. Donation will belie Avenue entertained last Wednes. fic.
games behind. The Moorings Development Co. located at 2829 N Tamiami Trail The may He ease the pain of those
.. daj the ladles of the Ways and According to police
Sarasota Is Just ahead of them building houses and makes hand- love who Ill reports
12 offices, a meeting! room a you are
Mr ar.d Mrs. Harold R. Mil.
with 1.2 and two games behind. Means Committee Some of those Mrs. Durrough, driving In an
some addition to the approach to Naples from the north city limits. who' were able to attend were easterly direction struck one

L' irlotte Halites, Elverta Doeh. Exhibit PaintingsDone of the markers knocking downa

Illness Hits LocalsNaples ring Helen Campbell, Helen Hen.nti "men working" sign which

II Louise Jullono and Loretta By Turtles hit Barney In the leg. injur-
Ni, as. All had such agood time, CLEAN AP Two
N.Y. ( ) ing him and then failed to
tK rest are sorry they couldn college seniors let their turtles

Junior High make it. walk In blue Ink. Then the turtles stop.Barney
was taken Naples
to -
Mr. and Mrs. James It.Walker were set loose on four canvas.
"r 94th Avenue spent last Thurs. es. The results have been put Community Hospital where
da) In West Palm Reach, when he Is said to be suffering froma
on display at the St. D<>naven.
Loses To Fort Myers tlc; took Mrs. Walker's sister turf University arts festival. cracked knee cap.
1\ lii-law, Mrs. Catherine Furnlvat, The "paintings" have been tI. Officer Gary D. Young made

t( stay for a visit tied "The Storm," "In Memorl- the Investigation for the Naples

I M nines ana some hard luck set speedy McBride of Fort My- 1 1 Mrs. Helen' lIt>nnlng of 93rdA' urn," "Rebellon" and "Perl- Police Department
i'rue left b) plane on Tuesday "
! on the pan of Naples JuniorHigh's ers in the 220 In one of the 1e 'la phenomenon omen
i this week to visit her childrenaid
The turtles, owned by Tom Tlu on'.
track of the
team contributedto highlights meet.
grandchildren. Meeting her Rogers and William McCrath, new Musciii'," rllMorand Technology .
I a 65-35 victory by powerful 50-yard dash Hartford N
) r In Philadelphia was her daughter arelnud" Moses, Abraham, m Washington'" hit, on dm
Fort Myers Junior High In a 6.0 Spencer (N), Faul (F). Mr-. Richard Penstrom. Aftera Sam and Josephus. play II 18 O-l on si mm locomotive

' dual track meet at the high 100-yard dash. McBride (F). short visit In Philadelphia! ,they and tender. They arc ,..llIrc ,hat

! school yesterday afternoon. ill.3 Hanford (N), Pedro (N). L i i1e a4V will drive to Troy N.V., to visit CAM. THE NEWS FOR the hull hid to K built around

, Coach Glen Stanley noted that Mile, Spencer (M) 5:15, Phagan j I\fIt +: her other daughter and family Rl'HHFIt: STAMPS them

half a dozen Naples boys were (F).Threakeld(F). Broad Jump. ( vt. .

sidelined by upset stomachs McBride (F) 17-2. Stelnback 4p ..

i weakening the Panthers In several (N). Brooks (F). .' )tt I MUST SELL OWNER LEAVING TOWN

l events. A fouled-up exchange Shot put, Mcintosh (F) 49- ,/ "

f I; In the 880 relay cost 10, Karger (F). Dahlin (M). ,!4 I Drastic Price Reduction-Now Only $12,500

Ilj Naples a victory there. 880 relay Fort Myers 1:46.6. ..
Had things gone a little bet- 440-yard run McBride :58.9 I
; ,
ter for Naples a team victory Ham Ball all FOR Myers. INTERIOR of the building is tastefully dE',-orated, II, Milton Link, the :

would have been within reach. Half-mile Brooks. 2:19.4, firm's president, is shown at his desk in his attrFlorida's actively furnished office

t Stanley said. He complimented Han,Wlgglnton-Peres all Fort (McGrath photo)

i the boys on their good performances Myers.

against the Ripples. :220-yard dash, Hartford (N) Two FloridiansIn

Bill Spencer of Naples was :26.2, McBride (F). Faul (F).
singled out for his efforts. The Discus, Mcintosh (F) 159-8, Horse Racing Semifinals Of

schedule of events was alter Orschell (N), Dahlln (N). High ,r t if
ed somewhat yesterday so the jump, Pedro (N) 4-6. Faul- Pinehurst Tourney

880 relay was run right after Brooks (F). Mile relay, Fort Closes Record SeasonMIAMI PINEHURST, N, C. (AP) t
the mile. Spencer won the mileIn Myers, 4:22.3. Florida players and two from the

5:15: then had to come right Next Tuesday the Panther North formed the field for to.
l back and anchor the relay team. trackmen will travel to Fon (AP)-Florida's horse Sunshine Park, operating 50 day's semifinal round In the
spurred on by 39 days into late March had 29,669 Ama.
racing season, North and South Women's
'" He barely missed making up the Myers to meet the Ripples, 10-race programs, the twin dou. paid admissions and $7,880,683in teur Golf Tournament.

yards lost by a poor exchange Puma Gorda, Lee Junior High Die and a new harness track, betting, a gain of 23.8 per Defending champion Nancy

l earlier In the event. Cypress Lake Bishop Verot, ands today after a record cent at the gate and 1.8 per cent Roth of Hollywood and Phyllis
Nick Pedro competing for and North FOR Myers In a big smashing run of nearly five in wagering Preuss of Pompano Peach met

t': the first time In the high jump, junior high meet. months. Pompano Park brought! har. In the first match.
: beat everybody. Two other Paid attendance, nut including ness racing to south florida for The other pairing sent Mrs.

teammates didn't compete because scholarship and charity pro. the first time, and in a 46-nlght Helen Slgel Wilson of Cladwyne,
Ross Moore Wins grams, was 1,672,558 and part meeting attracted 187,847 whowaget'ed Pa. against Mrs. George Train.
of Illness so Naples totaled Owner said tell. 3 bedroom 2 bath home at 733 12th St. No. Ideally
mutual wagering $170, er of Rochester N. Y.
missed a good chance to sweep At 551,057. Last season,attendance The winners meet Friday over located for schools and shopping, TV cable, back yard is fenced. One car

that event. Wayne., I Hartford up-1 I Big I ." J Cypress"',.." ,'war 1,345,164. and, betting. $157.. ,JGulfstream Hopes : til* 18-ltoU route for the ::hamplQDllhJIT garage ,air conditioner in Matter bedioom. Low :mica" and low. payment

Rose Moore/ with a net 45, 145,015. Of Wirming NBA over the e.ooo.ytrd par make this home an attractive deal. Owner will consider financing 2nd mlg.e .
74No 2 course of the Pinehurst
Park winds the
Sherwood's 69 finished first yesterday In a Dig up
Cypress Golf and Country Clubmen' season on a booming note, with Crown Climbing Country Club,
2 and 1 finals
Miss Preuss,
for the final
golf association tour. 15,000
FRANCISCO AP) loser to Miss Roth last spring,
scholarship SAJJ. (
in three-day
Leads Field In nament on the Big Cypress program a
course. run. During the regular Coach Alex Hannum and his avenged that setback 10 days
() the track had San Francisco Warriors, the ago with a I-up victory on the
Pro Phil Darbyshire explained 40-day meeting, D.C.JONES
Beach Club Play that the tournament was set up 466,123 paid admissions and wa. rough and.toiigh Clnderellas of owning round of the Florida F REALTOR a

so the Individual golfer's four gerlng was $51,849,984, up 20,9 the hardwood, have high hopes amateur championship, which
About 45 cent in attendance and 11.4in now of catching the Boston Celt she won.
player. participatedIn worst holes In the 18-hole round per
ics and winning the National In quarter-final play Wednes.day
yesterday's regular outing for were thrown out. Then 85 per betting. 35) Fifth; Ave So. ASSOCIATES' Ph. Ml 2-3852 '
Miss Roth shot golf and
Basketball Association crown. par
members of the Beach Club cent of the handicap was deduct. The twin double, In which the
the style of lost only one hole In a 7 and 6 Irene Roland Frank
Men's Golf Association, with ed from the 14-hole score to bettor tries to pick winners of "That was aggres.slve B, Purdue Harry L Miller

prize winners determined by low determine winners.Moore' four races for a big payoff, was game which has been" so runaway, ___ u.. .___ -------,
net scores 45 total came from a used at Tropical and Gulfstream important to us this year, said

Irving Sherwood combining 14-hole score of 67 and a hand parks and for six nights at Hannum. Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet
sharp shooting with his handicap, cap of 22. Second was Charles Pompano Park, the new harness The Warriors, who won the
Western Division after
topped all competition with net Carr, 61.12-49. Tied for third track. crown

69 Other to lead prize the tourney.winners weretVlr.gll were A.J.George Welch 66.16.50.Losier, 59.950and Gulfstream The twin Park double set three payoff rec at: whipped finishing fourth the Celtics a year 115.91 ago, had makes roads feel as smooth as the maps they're printed on

Waite,70; William Henderson, In the guest division, Charles ords for an American track, the Wednesday night in a "must"game and line I yourself plane to Wide seats with foam usIimninK front und Iusurhius
for them Hun your finger over a map a |> \Co. ri-ar
latest at $84
only Wednesday ,*
O.I. Stevens and H.L. DIxon at ; Wright was first at 61.10.51.
For Boston had won the first of how it ('IINto there in Chevrolet wall-to-wall drep j-i wisi i c tins n I
Frank Crlswold and Tom Abbottat Next were Elwood Kalbach, 692.20 for a $2 ticket That's a preview get a | urli| < unii year < >m II

72; and L.W. Youker at 73. 74.22-52, and E. Warburton, 60. The previous high set early two of this best four of seven We've put what we think is the heat lUKpcnsion > __ j """ ,, even the luwixl paced Hiumjnim ', A ,'hlll"f
for the NBA title."We .
Beach Club Pro Paul Bell, 852. in the Gulfstream meeting, was playoff of system in its claw under this great highwa' ) ;per seven great truim, all prermion-hulunfi'd 1 for
And second played our type game :: ,
a payoff
$84,114.20. !
continuing his series on how foil 1'lIl'h111'1,1 smoother Mild four smooth ihiflmKtransmissions
at Gulfstream was $81,181.80.Tropical and we plan to keep going this former. A big husky spring ut niiinuiK
best :
high handicapped golfers can Wings Cautiously Park opened the sea. way from now on," Hannum and double-action shock almorluT to soak lo ::.,.:, ,,, KverylhinK thai make
play the course his viewson '
hole 14, a long, gave par 5. From sun Thanksgiving Day and drew continued. bumpH Over) ills) sound deadener to's."" "" t .''In.. KCI ..ii. ,liitfliw. ,i performer, it is

the middle of the tee to middleof Optimistic After 277,605 paid attendance and$33.. Game No. 4 comes Friday the chassis, !and t tl\,?it ipai( 'ious Hod} li t'hhl'r v.',< ait' i tin.I,, i.''ad limps Arid wherever
in the Cow Palace.
the green the distance Is 540, 2 To 1 TriumphDETROIT 896,863 In parUmutuel wager. night Tom Mesthery tied the NBA blot out rmHP from road and wind, "ii I"; ,., .' i 'part during Trade
10.8 cent In atten.
Ing, up per '
end from the championship tee and In playoff record of eight field There, a lot 'A 'llhl'l I Jef month' -ur too rsaratsarsaawarrsama" .ue N. 'I I "'01" dealer,
dance $33,896,863 part
It stretches out to 575 yards, (AP) Detroit
one of the longest holes In the Red Wings Manager.Coach Sid mutuel wagering, up 10.8 percent goals in a quarter, hitting 17 ,IiI",
points In the stanza
opening as
in attendance and S
area. Abel wasn't asking for much. per
the Warriors surged to a 40.21lead.
The hole dogJegs sharply to his team awaited the sixth cent in betting. .
the right out about 275 yards. game of the Stanley Cup finals Hialeah Park, with nine-race Wilt ( iii
Chamberlain scored 33 as 't lj ,
Trees and rough line both sidesof against the Toronto Maple Leafs programs and no twin double, b
high point man for the game
the fairway. In the shot from tonight.All drew (11,309 paid attendance A
and was the winner this time In
the tee Bell advises players to he'd like Is another outstanding and $70,341,840 through the bet. his battle
perennial with the
favor the left side of the fair. game from Terry Saw. ting windows In a 40-day meet. Celtics' Bill Russell.
way which will permit a straight chuk, Gordle Howe and the oth Ing, up 1.1 per cent In atten. I
approach to the green with the er veterans; another hustling dance but down 1.5 per cent In
The Washington Senators hit ,
second and third shots.In performance by Bruce Mac.Gregor : betting compared with the 1963
never won 100 in a season,
approaching the green on the Eddie Joyal and his oth. season game

third shot players should be a. er "kids", and the victory which<
ware of the trap on the left and will give the team the coveted
play safaly toward the right of piece of silver
the green. The Red Wings, with a 3.2 The 1964
In golfing tips Bell said a big edge In the series after a 1.1''

headache develops when a mem. triumph In Toronto Tuesday i

ber of a foursome Is late for night are cautiously optimistic Burris Three Wheeler
tee.off. The round usually starts They realize that winning on I
under such circumstances with Toronto Ice was a big steppingstone
other members of the foursomeIn They need one more vie:.
a 'tad mood." In addition the tory to become the second team wit sH t

starting times for other playershas ever to win the Stanley Cup aft.'I
been thrown off schedule er finishing fourth In the stand., .
"Be on time for the start," tags in the regular season P
said Bell, "and keep everybody P .a ;' pyf /,__, _
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COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Thcrsday, April 2S, 1964 ANPA Editors lance ment policy In many areas of govern.

I No. 1 on his list was the start

Romney Hit As 'Imposter' Hear Of Fight last wire Aug.service 1 of from a market the Depart.news

t 1 DETROIT (AP)- nlrU: ) ae.I paper articles In which Rom. ment of Agriculture to commer.
I cueing Michigan's Cov George ney was quoted on three different For Free PressNEW cial subscribers on a nationwide

W. .Romney of being a Repub dates as saying he was Untt. leased network. Smith
lican Imposter, George N, HI;. not a Republican. The latest ed YORK (AP-The continue called this "a chocking thingin
gins was on Jan. 30 States news media with
formally announced today 1960. competition privately
hit candidacy for tic GOP Romney, 56, who stepped to struggle against Interference" although owned news agencies."
nomination for governor. down as president of American by "big government, The government news wire is

Higgins, 63, a Ferndale auto* Motors In 1962 to capture the government agencies sometime toserve being challenged In court, but It
mobile dealer and former state governor's seat for the Republicans cooperate with publishers the continues In operation, Smith
senator, actually became the for the first time In 14 the public Interest noted.
American Publish.ers
first In the Republics field. years, Is expected soon to announce Newspaper
Romneyhas not announced his candidacy for re Association was told today.
Turk Cypriots
Stanford Smith of Bronxville,
"The election. He had .
i man who sits in the ex. no COP opposition
cutlve office In Lansing and two years ago N.Y., general manager of the Reject Amnesty
t now calls himself a RepublicanIs association, told of moves by ,
the ANPA and Individual news
an Imposter. He used the Re. Peace Proposals
publican party to get himself Stormy Weather papers against such government
elected activities as a market news NICOSIA Cyprus (AP) A
to has
that office and he
abused the Republican party Wind, Hail Buffet wire service operated by the Turkish Cypriot spokesman re.

ever since And If there Is any L Department of Agriculture; jected President Makarios' of.
doubt about his being an 1m. Much Of NationBy "the logjam on news that existsat fer of a general amnesty and

poster, let me quote his own THE ASSOCIATED PRESS some places on the federal other peace proposals Wednesday
words," Higgins said Stormy weather, with heavy e e. level," and efforts of the Fed. night, saying acceptance
Higgins then read from news. rain, hall and strong winds, buffeted Mu ? era! Trade Commission to rule would be an admission of guilt

f-- areas In the south central ., on cigarette advertising. Makarlos told a news confer
part of the nation today after a s a "A free press Is free only so ence he wished to demonstrate
Peace PrevailsOn rash of tornadoes swept the region. long as It Is free from the Inter. ftot only by words but also by
ference of government" Smith deeds our good will and desire
Race FrontIn The Weather Bureau reported said In a speech at the ANPA for the Island's pacification"

nearly a score of twisters struck annual meeting. But he added 'Of the Turkish
Jacksonville areas Wednesday In central and "Unfortunately In these daysof Cypriot leadership does not

JACKSONVILLE CAP) An eastern Kansas, western Mis. c complex newspaper opera show the necessary understand.
of and quiet sourl, north central Oklahoma, dons, government can Interfere Ing, there can be no doubt thatIt
aura peace appeared
with a free press without the wish the Island's
and northeastern Texas. Two does not
to prevail today on the
necessity of license. The news. because It thinks It
persons were reported seriously pacification,
sometimes toubled racial scene
In Jacksonville. Injured after a twister ripped paper business can be subjectedto will be able to create partition.
B unruffled march through the tiny town of Pecan pressures not anticipated In 1st conditions by the force of
was by a
for Integration by more than ZOO Gap, Tex, about 40 miles north. SALUTE TO LIBERTY-Four of the Navy'i precision Jet team the Blue Angels, roar past Miss Liberty at 500 milesan the constitution," he said. arms. In such a case we shall

members of the National Association east of Dallas. hour, flying In a tight wing.to-wing formation. The impressive photo was taken from another j Jet. other"Indirectly countries, governments have killed In a have to face the situation by all
from the
Property damage
for the Advancement of
'free which
tornadoes was reported exten. press by measures The Turklsh-speaklng commu.
town Colored streets People at the through rush down.hour slve. Tanganyika And restrict the supply of newsprint; nlty, outnumbered 4.1 by the

Wednesday afternoon. In other parts of the nation, Ocean Surveyors Ship Out for MonthsBy UniteIn by laws which restrict its In.. 445,000 Greek Cypriots, has de.
Zanzibar come from advertising and circulation
rain and winds of to
"We are not a violent people," snow strong manded partition Cyprus
i, aid Rutledge H. Pearson, state were reported In western areas. IRA DRYSDALE Mitdonald, 2?, like working a newspaper called the RatfinHaffler New Nation which ; and by labor laws resolve the conflict. The Greek
find a radio w Ith give unions an unreason.
Snow fell from southern Idahoto operate Cypriots of whom want
and of the NAACP land "where many
city president H\llr\X, N.S.1') Perhaps in d i no man has able
northern Nevada with depths broadcasts two day a week. DAR ES SALAAM Tangan. authority In the manage union with Greece have reject
who was In the front row of themarcher. the lure of the north has surveyed., coming up with information ment of are ,
Clean sheets each week for the newspapers'
I ranging from four to five Inches. has ylka (AP)-Tanganyika and the ed this demand.
"It further dramatlt no man come
found UN way into the blixxl! of up fairs Smith said.
102 bunks and the evrlu washtakes ,
I More rain splashed areas In Island) nation of Zanzibar have
ed the fact that able to with before.
we are
surveyors and seamen who chart
lot of water The Haffandoesn' U.S. federal government
the Pacific Northwest. to form a new
In nonviolent and merged nation During the Golden Age of
move a peace. the iler uf the Canadian llydrographic ahipa, operating has
carry enough but 0.F, already taken some steps in
Floods threatened areas north the government of Tanganyika
nil manner Arctic. under the Mine and Technical Babylon, King used
Duggan of Halifax 51-yrur'old that direction and they have
i He callled It also i vote of of Indianapolis as rivers and This could be one explanation Survey Department, sometimes announced today.Informed been astronomy to figure out the most
salt vigorously opposed by
confidence by the Negro com. streams fed by heavy rains In that at the of laundryman uses water sources said the propitious limes for his subjectsto
ot draw" men to a job that survey area request ANPA and
chemicals and detergents
mined many
the last several days rapid. nation would be run from newspapers.
I rose new
munlty for what their leadersare separates them from civilization interests contemplating industrial make tax payments
and ly. Several dozen families fled the to produce a wash he Dar Es Salaam, capital of Tan. "The chief danger to a free
doing half perhaps
-spot picketing fur the
projects tapping
claims I. cleaner than most! done press Is from government, Big
their homes In Ravenswood
sit-ins at those downtown hotels a The hydrographic ship Baffin, of oil or ore deposit ganylka.
suburb of Indianapolis with fresh water ashore The Zanzibar Is 22 miles off the Government especially.
and restaurants which remain pride of Canada's' seven.fchip Charting also i la don for
salt Is blown out in the doing. coast In the Indian "Since the press is the only
I segregated plus a "no buying hutting fleet has gone north defense establishments, to update the Baffin must carry all her Ocean.Tanganyika business with constitutional protection .
campaign." each kummer since her launching. map of coastal area for food] since only I Eskimos we must be constantly
I unites of
14 Loads Of The one
Pour merger
Pearson reminded the march. Members of her 102 man crew are fishing and shipping industries hunt northern animal' Africa's nations and alert on behaU of the people
ers, mostly teen-agers, when quick to tell of the drawback. and simply to give Canada Information East larger whom
"Sometimes we drop net uver we serve.
the civic auditoriumat Dirt In Sinkhole It'll the and which its smallest. Tanganyika has an LUFF GMC INC.
they passed goodby to wife kids, on water route the side and catch fresh fish miles "We've had to oppose govern.
the Sl. Johns River that they television liquor and girls for someday be used. area of 361,800 square ,
may ment action Trucks Parts
Near Winter Haven but you cu'i't' depend on that, larger than France and Germany and Intervention in -
should but food and five six months.
buy nothing or Recreation aboard the Baffin .
says chief steward Tom Boyd of combined and a population some areas and we have, In others -Service
medicine. WINTER HAVEN (AP) A The hour are long under the is largely self-made. The men Dartmouth N.S.. a senm-in for of about 9 million. Zanzibar and been able to work in coop. -
Except when they sang Integration hungry sinkhole, which caused midnight nun. The work day is play cards, throw dart, read and 4< years. its smaller Island of eratlon with government agen. TEMPORARY
songs and listened to State Road 556 to be closed for about 17 hour, .even day a watch movie*. The crew prints The store he' responsible! Pemba have dependent an area of 1,020 dies to bring about the most desirable LOCATION
two brief talks and a prayer at two days, stopped growling on week ''for getting aboard include 6.000 miles and about results for all concernedIn
the riverfront pause, the group Ru.sselO. Melanson of Ottawa, square 300,000 421 Ninth St., N.
Wednesday after 14 loads of dirt pounds of steak and4,000 loavesof the public Interest.
walked quietly As they passedone and llmerock were dumped IntoIt. hydrographic officer in charge of Moscow Thinks bread. people. Smith reported ANPA vigi
hotel where they have dem. the Uaffin and II. Barrie Mac ..-
onstrated several times, each donald,hia senior assistant, say,
The two-Ian highway was re. Red Chinese
marcher raised his right hand. opened and road officials saidIt however, this work load is one Standard brings the first new
One of the batters explainedwe was safe. that help maintain harmony you

are saluting a bulwark of The sinkhole, properly called aboard ship in the north. Up To No GoodBy

segregation." a llmeslnk, was caused by water Interviewed at net while the
A' few white people watched dissolving sections of limestone Baffin charted water off Nova WILLIAM 1.. RYANAP antiknock compound since Ethylethyl
from sidewalks and of
one group which underlies most of Florida. Scolla'* eastern shore the senior Special Correspondent
Impatient motorists began to officers tried to explain why
The six toot wide sinkhole on Moscow displays fear that
honk horns; but most of this they choose this sort of life.
the state road was not the firstto Rod China has a long-range
metropolitan area of about SOO,. Klclan 40, *ay* he wouldn't
In Florida in recent
appear plan to smash out of Its Isola.
000 paid no attention. he content working a five-day
weeks lion and throw Its
weight aroundIn
Mayor Haydon Burns' office office week. The tall, dark.
Three other holes opened two
Western .
Europe In competl.tlon
issued a permit for the paradeand haired, .smoking
weeks ago six miles east of Win. pipe tiydrog- with both the United States
city police diverted traffic rapher IN huppy from
ter Haven away reports and the Soviet Union
from the route. of .the world' troubles.
The plan might seem far

I fetched now, but evidently the
Soviet Communist party Is tak.
I Ing an extremely dim view of

It, apparently nursing lively
.( suspicions that the Chinese are
r up to no good
I The Soviets describe the Chi.

rGav nese plan as "the Intermediate "
zone theory" The Soviet Com. .

munlst party's top theoretical

Journal, Kommunlst, .denounces jr
the entire thing as a serious
danger to the world Communist "'"

movement.The way the Soviets lee It,
the Chinese have decided to re. 1'

gard Japan, West Germany, (
France, Britain and Italy as na.
tlons under "the bondage of
American Imperialism" and
therefore are wooing those coun.
I / tries.

The Implication Is that Peking \i
Is offering future prospects of a srr
i market of three quarters of a

/ billion people, and Inviting these
countries to get In on the ground -

floor. LI r+
Peking will remain unlm.

pressed by Moscow's wrath. +r+r
Early this year, Mao Tse-tung
the Chinese Communist leader, 1v
talked with visiting politicians
from France. He Is reliably re.
ported to have broached the
Idea of a "third world," even
to suggesting that some central
organization be set up for a for.
mal beginning.

Nothing has come of that, and t
nothing may come of It for along A
time. But Mao's Idea ap.

pears to be to start modestly,
I perhaps with Red China and
France as the nucleus of suchan

ATTENTION Japan organization., West Germany and

PET DUCK OWNERS Italy would be approached later
and perhaps later on even the
British, If Britain should lose Jk

j SOME LAKE FRONT LOTS STILL AVAILABLE what servtence Mao to regards Washington as her Someday sub.

I Get In ,the swim from the) spacious lake front lots now offered in the PINE also, Latln.Amerlcan na. a .
lions and others might be _
in. rillAfri
RIDGE EXTENSION, only 3tt miles north of the Naples City limits on U. S. vlted. a

41, Write or phone for full detail. So the Soviet Communists are !
accusing the Chinese of develop. I. .
Ing the notion that government

al many leaders, Japan of France and possibly, West even Ger. ; It's an Important gasoline discovery! fe.hyl"

Britain should be looked upon I .J'1-1-11+ steps up octane performance BO effectively that it stops power-wasting
by Communists as potential al.
lies against the United States. knock better than any other antiknock compound Methyl spreads

Perhaps, by Implication this, f ; more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under

me Hid means allies against Khru.shchev' J extreme temperatures And it's in Standard gasolines lCrown and
supporters, whom Pe.
+ : Crown Extra F at no increase inprice' -
king calls renegades from com.
monism. Another ;important way that

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Thursday April 23, W4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS'9

What They're Saying I

WANT The Governor's Race


By the associated press Industry to make milk price

Miami's Major Robert King controls unnecessary

High blasted today at candidateshe Burns) told his audience he

said were trying to buy was confident he would pass the

their waj into the governor's first primary and he was readyto

chair." take whatever came up In the

"If you believe that a man'a second primary campaign.In .

Midway principles are more importantthan St. Petersburg, Mayor

A D S his In oney" High told the Robert King High of Miami ac.

Miami Board of Realtors "I be. cused Mathews of being a silk

2-2107 lieve um will vote for me." stocking pork chopper who

Citing his record of tax reduc. would not push for legislative

tlon while ervlng four term. as apportionment based upon pop.

mayor, High said that the same ul tlon.

effort at the slate; level would
The tiny bamboo bit of South-
., make Florida's tax situation
Asia aeek out crack In
east a
Announcements li-Aurot F.r ial. 57-Houses For $.leirge .j" more palatiMe and entice more bamboo atemia\us, favorite place a

Indust) and people into the
Mull irs b.., at the Bomta We to rest
YOU state.
Springs Spa Brk
Optn daily:
fatt. lunch dinner Dinner, by TO SHARE I bdr", 2, bath hou... Fl. reow ,. State Sen. Scott) Kelly cam.
overlooking Itwn and ,
r. only. WY 5-4601. 4/17.&t .
I.ke. E.p.n""t ,landscaping In. kl .. palgnlng in Mlo&ml. said In a
PI.AZ BEAUTY. SALON OUR SUCCESS! cluding palm' citrut tropical t statement that If he were elected
trees dnd .hrub. SprInkler sys' < : .- .. .
112. E. T.I Trill Bualnaaa I is iraall The new tern wall to wall Carpeting In governor ha would build roadson
Midway .5572 Chrysler Corporation, cars are living room. draper. New \ I # : ; the basis of traffic counts.

WILLS HAl" FASHIONS selling. like hot cakaa Coma In Hotpoint, wtthar. refrigeretor rt. '4k 'to ; Kelly also said he would eliminate .
All braoch.s b..uly sorvics' today and take a tail drove In end deepfreete Laundry room ,. : .
417 its A". 10. the car of your choice control h..,. Complete pI".cy outside consultants and
MI 274153Boati.Motors without, laolation See thit, fine' use within the state
53 Old. Starflra t dr PRESERVE TANGLE engineers
before Two white' rhmocerotet at the Lo.kop Dam '
property you buy. p. """*
hdlp. PS 4 PB. auto
road department for "to
Accet. wlndowa 4 aaat. WW. CARIBBEAN. REALTY. 3750 N near Johannesburg South Africa; '": I roT to b* locking horn They could be squaring off for lurvejs "
Air Ml 16156 4/\2.th'f get the most roads for our road
13595 00 -- a fight or just trying to !Id.ntif ? another ZoologISts .
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2 | > nt say rhInos art (hort-ightad dollars,"
42 Chav Bal
Alra VI -
YACHT BROKERAGE At 4 1 BR hornet on llth Ave
S Fred Karl of Volusla
M lowner SIMS M So. between 6th Silt St.prices Rep.
Complete Naplaa Lifting 61 Falcon Rancharo I there exists in this country a
from 114'00 to 117.500. County said that solving the re.
Pine Bob Inboard Martin Sott- MI I From J7S7 10 II stick Corvat AT.. both top andtonnaau 99S 01 WILLIAM B,. STONE INC Travel I Of huge untapped travel market apportionment problem would

runt.Smith Chrlt.Craft Sale. R4W. WW tOJTantn St Builder No. Ml 11731 One Biggest The ASTA lays "during- 1963ov.r solve others such as better education .
t-4 brrlt J2650 01) .:. 80 million Americans took
SPECIAL II Chrysler' Wagon. and elimination of retail
19 It. fibcrglaM "Crosby" PS. PB WW. New 11 out of 15 of our retirement no trip of any kind, domesticor milk price controls.
Paint 199J 00 hornet told on Michigan, Ava foreign business or pleasure
runabout. twin 40 H.P. II Austin I Owner 49S 00 Only 1 remaining at 611470 'In. Industries Now In U.S. that ,more than 200 miles Speaking before a Miami
II\ Buick' LeSabro 4 drHt eluding landtcaped lot .cr.... was Beach audience of 500
Johnson womenWednesday
motors with
only At. PS., R H ed porch air condo See these from hom They represent a
15 hrs. since new. 2 18 Sharp sits 00 hornet before buying any retirement motivation Karl said most people .
II Pont. Star Chief 4 d,.. homtl. CARIBBEAN NEWORK (AP) Travel Of i I'' is amount a record $17.4 special marketing viewed the reapportlonment

gal. gas tanks all controls, At. PS.. PB, factory REALTY 3750 N. Trail, Ml has become one of the United bill!"" wu spent on tiavel with. and promotional challenge Issue

etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. II VI air Ambataador I owner wagon 179J 00 1 6155 _. ___ 4"Jh: ..," States' bluest udustrles, but In II! i' lulled States.T The size and degree of this "But as purely In reality political," he said,

er complete package factory air PS., PB. NICE RETIREMENT HOME the potential ha* I:ardlj been ',is went to swell the profitsof challenge Is Indicated by thebe "fair 'l'ortlonml'nt-1l'lvln' bi't.

$1,895. See at 1650 Murex RAH 1595 00 Brand new 2 bdr", CBS on [tapped. a i.rejt variety of businesses stailstlca from various studlea
ten re >restitution to populous
10 Buick LtStbra t dr Trail Terrace. 110950 CARIBBEAN of the U.S. travel market: (
Drive, or call Bill Tucker PS PB AT, REALTY 3750 N. Trell American tourists spent $20 tll itcls and motels, restaurants areas-will mean the type of

RAH sharp 1491 00 Ml t 6155 4/9.tha.tf billion Lust year at /home and service stations airlines Thirty-three per cent of Arner legislature whlth will .
give lier.lous
Midway 2.4295 Excellent M Lincoln 4 dr Ht Comp abroad. railroads and buses It an adults have no desire to
Equip. w. fact air, to mention consideration to the problems
Burl I owner tbova av 1795.00 3 bdr", ., 1 bath CBS with only a few. take a trip uf any kind.
of the
'large tcrttntd porch Double a majority peop.
10 Dodge Pioneer Seventy-five cent haven
Wagers PUBLIC par
NOTICEIN On the other hand the $3 bll.
H-H WanHd VI At., PS., ,RiH. 109500 crab. paved driveway 1H pte.
.lp v.r been on an airplane.
59 Crown Imperial 4 drHt .. lot*. completely I todded" In Sorrento lion Sent. abroad was an ad. "This means things like better
.. excel:! cond Oardant. This I* a brand CIRCUIT COURT Sixty per cent have never
., verse factor on the UnitedStates'
Live in and
operating' n.t.n.nee new Wh".k.r" and Nicholas education elimination of retail
owner 00 a night In a hotel.
eoupla Experience inmot.t 59 DaVlllaHt home. Complete 622 JOO CARIBBEAN COLLIER COUNTY balance of payments | milk price control and the dal.
or apt hotal If qualifiadmail ..dr.t:, 179500 REALTY, 3750 N. STATE OF FLORIDAIN problem. Only 35: per cent of the popu
your name. addrett. tel Trail. MI '..In. 411th..1fiEACH'fRoNT"REm ly bread-and-butter things which
59 Olds 91 4 dr Hdtp AT CHANCERYNo 1 lIon tOOk a vacation trip dur.
and brief record of The American
no. e OKparlence Society of "
PS. PB auto windows 'NC 2019 mean the most to all of us.
Newt to box 1737ZZ Coll.trCounty A aaat. Poa!. extra ON 100 of white sand beach LOIS CLARKE REINBOLfi Travel Agents says that although log 1963. Aa long as the five largest
4/23.St. clean 1495 On 3 bdrm 1 bath garage CBS PlaintiffWILLIAMA. the record shattering Aa for foreign travel this
51 counties in Florida hive only 14
Ford CuttomllneI .
with screen ed In pool and patio II. year-the season will soon get
13-Help Want. PamalVounf dr R&H. stick' 495 00 Jutt reduced to |36.950 unfurniehed REINBOLD statistics prove that travel generates per cent of the representation In
under American
51 Plymouth Savoy I diwaion. >. This, I. a wonderful buyIn Defendant an enormous amount of way- ExpressCo. the Senate he said of
VI. SIck, 54500 NOTICE OF SUIT estimates that 2.75 million passage
Item show
tcarca May we
for .
tecretery raquirad Ml law 1 ott.ctE -4200. 51 Plymouth 4 up.. you this property today CA. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: economU activity In the United Americans will abroad ex.ludlng many I laws needed to help the
4 iflfnot: RtH etch 495 00 RIBBEAN REALTY, 3750 N. WILLIAM' A. REINBOLD States It Is significant that go majority of the stale's citizens DO YOU
Trail. Ml '.61&&. 4/23thtf General I D.II"y.florl" ( ; trips to Canada and
ExparlancacToWal aatltTanTortralnaa WOOD CHRYSLER Miami, Mexico. This would be an In. was Inconceivable.
for Naples Dentist. Apply I bdrm.-i i.thllom.. 1&0' from Y ooare hereby notified, that a In addition, he laid, the 10
by letter to boo 1737 UU PLYMOUTH INC. b..ch. Central heoling end .1, suit has been filed against you In PUBLIC NOTICEFOR crease of 10 per cent over 1903.
Collier County Nawi 4/liSt cond Marlowe and Beck Real the above entitled cause and you largest counties with roughly HAVE A
-WA fR Sr Ubto-- 640 N. Trail Ml 16551 tore. 443 6th A".. So Ml' t 6221. ore hertby required to serve upon SALE 70 per cent uf the state population .

PICADILLY PUB /Uh.tf plaintiff attorney y whote nama and Tha Collier County Board of Public Dirksen Seeks had less than 20 per cent
SEE MR. Q. 41-Trucks Tractors add resseppear hereon. your writ:,, 'Inttruction will receive bids' on May
4/23,24,25 len dalentat. If any to the bill of .II 1964 until 1:31: PM for the tale of the vote power "How can we
58-Lots For SaleTo complaint. In laid tuit, copy of which of the following described equipment expect to get the tlilngi they WATERPROBLEM

TRUCKS I I I. delivered to you herewith, on or namely Used school bum:: Vote On ChangesTo need most when we haven't
I4-Help Wanted Male! tattle Ettata. LotI.. Block before M.yI A D. 1964. I School But #1J 1941 I GMC chat
Your Choice $295.00 K. Pine R'dae Eiteneion Herein fail not or decree pro con tit with, Blue Bird Body. Motor even given them fair represen.
A young man 10 tra.flesas. -. CARIBBEAN REALTY 1750 fetto will be entered against you #A 270779921 Fair" cond,lion' tatlun?" he ", klld.
titlant manafar. Apply In par T. CII." W.lk.'nI iloTr.il. Ml 2.6IM '/IHI for the relief. prayed In the bill of I School Bus #I4 1951 GMC chat11 Rights Bill
: T. Ford Wolk.siALL Karl repealed hit pledge to
son to Gulf Glass I Aluminum.i' complaint with, Blue Bird Body Motor
pop Bole .
lots St, S._ 4/23.1f Snadowiawn- School Wood** ,Lot" near Tha nature of laid tuit being for #170/799H. Junk condition, call the Legislature Into session ?
( ) ''
: Divorce I School Bui Sin 1951 Inttrnational
Middle aced man desires' mainRf available Easy Terms. Cell Immediately upon taking officeto
ten.nee work Ml' 2.3961 CONDITION WITH MMway 16692 er see j..," WITNESS my hand and the teal chattii' with Wayna Body ate Republican leader EverettM.
4:21.St 1964 LICENSE PLATES brokerButmett I of laid. Court at Naplet thIs 7th Motor #BD 26961326. Fair condition .: Dirksen said today he will work on apportionment.
day of April A 0 1964
IDED AT CF i or 1 lott on 6lh Ave. Nojuat I T ask the Senate to vote on Ma Campaigning in EuMIs Sen.
Your Choice *29 5.00 MARGARET Iketa buttt may ba Impeded atlU 1 "
off Trail
at 1160 f ft Scult Kelly of Lakeland
part time man or woman to 'repeedaed
SCOTTClerkClreulrjICourt School, Bui < a. proposed In FREE ILl
..r". WatMna' cuatomar* In Na.pIe. FURNITURE FAIR 'TRAIL FRONTAGE 4111 ( SEAL> AT W*. t Naples. flor r.dOW..WI\ hi* promises to hold down
.. near rights bill before acting a
Good Incoma No Invaatmant By INEZ MAGILL on
may ba made on or all
Ave No. at (300 fro ft. any In to
Set your own hours NO. TRAIL42M.chlnery COLEMAN BOYD Broker Deputy Clerk ... lined above. Bidt, mutt ba controversial Southern spun big spending (government
Wrlta C. R. Rubla Dapt A.3. MURPHY C. stand firm against sales taxes
60 Tenth St. No. Ml t 6655 COMBS made In writing, ipecifylng, th* .orwamendment.
P. O. Box 2447 Mamphia Tan lIMhetfFnduttnal Naplet FlaAttorney airact bus number of the unit on groceries and medicine and WATER
n..... 4/21.&t Equip. for To dear tha Dirksen
__ plaintiff you are bidding on and tha amountof way
; ; R.i7
Mile over 21. p.rmanentre.l., 14 SItE; Tolt Of Airport en oon.dCJ April 9. 1 II. 13 30. 1964 4101 your bid, Address all bids, to told reporters ha will move against severance taxes on tlm.
C her County Board of Public Inttruction ber and mlnerala and to work
dint to work at Trailwaya But ,
GROCERY STORE 'ito' 300 12.500 with Monday to set aside temporarl
i termtMail School Bus Bid, Court ConsultationNO
Station Ml 22952 for appointmant EQUIPMENT TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA toward repeal of the automobile
for 'Interview 4/2794 Evarythinf netd for uirocery NOTICE houia. Naples. Florida and must ba ly the Jury trial amendment of.
or you aundry atora Acre Loll 50 0 150 NOTICE I. hereby given Shut Ih.Tru.ln received on or before l30: p.m. fervd by Sen. \Herman E. Tal license lag Increase.In .
bal Iii per mo May "II 1964I his home town of West
-Salei Help Wanted It ft' Muttman Dairy Display of the 1..1 Improve.mint
Cata 10 ft. Morton Meat Cut Dick Hill BrekorOffice Fund of the State of Florida In / / W. D. REYNOLDS madge D..Go.Dirksitn Palm Beach Fred 0 Dickinson
I ft. Warren M.., CaaaI et the Hilhoute' Co. misting In ths Board Room of the Superintendent Is viewed as s key OBLIGATION
MALE OR FEMALE ft. .Savaia Proton Case MI I 4303 Governor i Office, Capitol Bu,Idlng. Collier I County School figure In efforts to work out attacked Guy Fannie Bryant for I
Sxl Hill Walk-in Box 14' l/l3tftth scheduled for 10 00 A M <4 MUST BE LICENSED Band Saw National' Grinder Choice building, loll for tali. on May 12th 1964. will consider compromise which would per
IN saying It wai a burden to the
REAL ESTATEBE Toledo Tanderiter 30" High end dry lots In L.ke Park application, made by Jib Corpora THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE mil final action on the bill tie.
Meat Block 2 Toledo Stoics area Witarfront lott In Eastern tlon P. O Box 1557 Naplet Florida. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF people

YOUR OWN BOSSEXCELLE A4W. Root Beer M.chn.compl.I. I Shoraa and Aqualana Ml t 5121Tharon for purchate of. tha following datcribed FLORIDA. IN COUNTYIN AND FOR COLLIER fore midsummer. "I will do everything In mypower
11650 dalivnr.d.THE
Ridge. 4/11.SI land to wit: Earlier, Sen. Hubert II. Hum.phrey .
File #I477-1126312 (governor
D-Mlnn. the bill's floor
T Dck, Hill PORT ROYAL Lot III Qal All I of that parcel of tovtrt"gnty Chancery No. 1970 promised "10 roll back the tag ---
PROPOSITIONCALL Radio, Rd Ml J 4303 leon Drive for tale or Trade land In Section. I. Townthip 51 ALBERT LEVINE manager, laid he was willing to
Write O J. Herbert 2620 Post South Range 21 Eatt. Collier County Plaintiff' meet In part the domain of cost to what It was before the
MI 2.J35'\) 44.-Mobile Homes Road Darien. Conn Florida 'lying between Meander v. 1963 session of the Legislature.
ROBERT I. GARBER and Southern foes of the bill on the LECO
Li' d by J. A Hinder
3121.1f n.sessorveye
Everywhere I there Is
Tr.I.r, with" attain d c.r. 61 -Income Property ton February 21th to March 17 ANNE QARBER husband and jury trial Issue, go, strong
port 0 orren 5 or ..I.. Nice 10.CIIon. \1676 and aa approved by LeRoy D wf, and JAMES R McLEES want the bill to Include feeling by the people against
21-Lost t Found M'' 241n Dr .2712.. Itlander Apartment Close to Ball Surveyor Ganaral'I. Novenber and GRACE P McLEEl, They this .Increase."
127.11 beach and thoppng Owner III. 17. 1171 and on file, 'In the l'urney'or's husband and wife. guarantee of s Jury trial for Sen. John Mathews of Jack. and our
Lost about 1 week ago. ladies' good terma Marl twain 0 BeckRealtor General I Office, Tallaiaiita. DefandinttNOTICE persona charged with criminal
rescr plus .1..... with dark 45-TraiUrt For lent *. 413 SIll Av*. So Ml I Florida. enceptlng that portion, lying OF MORTGAGE lonvllle, campaigning In Fort
of court In connection'with
blue framaa In caaa Call Ml 2 221. 3/6tttf 'In the East Half EM\ ) of the North FORECLOSURE SALE contempt Lauderdale needled Dickinson "WaterConsultant"
I-Ml. 4/21.51 aatt Quarter INCh) of laid' Section Notice I* hereby given, that purtuant discrimination charges or ,
Trailer for raM Special, tow HUNGRY 9. more particularly dttcribed by to a Final Dacrta ol for*. "I have lust read. that Dlrkln. ,
ralet t* retlrae* and low''In.ceme Rettturant for tale 117.000 the original' f eld notes of aforemantlonad closure. dated the 17th day of other court action, sun aaya 'he will rush off to
23-Misc. For 5.1.MAPS folk. Trailer spices IS 00per 15000 down Tom McBride turvey ** follows: Begin April 19(4 and entered In Chancery Humphrey's proposal first
week Fiehlnf docking Realtor 532 Park St. So Ml1C644 nine tt the Southw.tt Corner of r... No 1910 of the Circuit Court Washington after the campaignto
concrete sign of s possible ma
3/10.lf of the Twelfth Judicial, Circuit, of will beGLAD
privilege' it id Section 9 and run North along help our U.s. senators with
City County Topo ROCK CRIIKTRAIUEH Watt boundary line of laid. Section, Florida. In and for Collier Counly, jor compromise would offer a civil
PARK 65-Gen. Real 9. of 40 wherein, ALBERT LEVINE la plain rights bill. I wonder if
XEROX Copying IntttntlyBtautiful Estate a distance chaint to Mean limited right of Jury trial.Dlrksen's .
CAPLES BLUEPRINTING dar Corner (till to Point of Beginning till, and ROBERT E GARBER and the rules of the V.S, Senate have TO
613 tIlt A".. 10. M'' 2.21&2 48-Apts. For RentI : thence North 10 List a dl": ANNE OAR6ER husband and wife. move would provide been changed. I didn't know
three bedroom family ...
3/111f Spacious lance of0 chainsl, : thonce North d JAMES R McLEES and additional time for maneuvering
home near school and shopping 73. East. a distance ofI chaintthence ; GRACE P. McLEES. husband and ex.state senator could take the HELP YOV!
wood bitche the trial and other
Custom bdrm furnished apla Nta. 112.500. wife, ore dafandantaI on Jury "
'eeb'''.". N evens.d. low prie ketch and shopping Weakly North 49 Eatt a dutance I floor and speak there
Mariarat T Scott Clark of thorny Issues
ed. Immadiata dahvary Ml monthly er around Mid Thr. bedroom howe of 17 chalni: thence South 36 Lest Mathews
year Mooring sail some of his .
th> Circuit" Court In and for Collier opponents
2 MSI tnw mao 2 iou. 3/Isle a distance of I chaini thence South
oir condon.d-N.w S24.nO 17. Wost, a dll.nce of 6 chains. 'iiitly. Florda will soil to thehfhett EDUCATIONAL TV were doing such a good
Waterfront lot 15600 thence South 20' Eatl a dittancaef end bait bidder, for of
apartment Job hanging themselves with
24-Mics. For Rent 49-Houses For Rent 14 chains, : thence South 41Eett i out. at the south front door of nOnLIMO OR I IN, Ohio. (AP) Better
David, C. Janet. Realtor a distance of II chains:: thence thr Coll er Counly Court Houta. at ridiculous promises that all he
CARPETS end life too can bt 1 bdrm fur.. dream ho"... 351 Fifth A". '0. North II' 30' Eatt a dittanca of I 17.00 clock noon on May I. '9(4Ih. The start of lelecailmg opera.hone needed to do was report what Water forDRINKING
baautlful If you uea Slue Luttra Each room has .1... eliding Ml 14450 10 chains: thence North 64. Cost.a following described rail' property from a classroom building
Rant electric ahampooar tl door feeding' te large screened 4/19211213 distance of 10 ch.'.... thence noted In Collier County FloridaLot hero has Ohio the lead in they were laying.
Naples Furniture Co. 4/U porch Lavely, balls with aunkan .-- -- North 2f E..,. a distance OfI I. Slock B. Unit No I I. Coconut given In Tampa Mayor Hay don S
tile, tub H.. new Sea One '241>l". lot on HALDERMAN .:h.,...: thence North a ttanee. of Qravt at platted and re, number of educational television Burna of Jacksonville continuedto
School Ml I UK 4122.1f :ordad in Flat Book 4. Page 19
U chains; thence North U' East station*.
I CREEK 2 bedroom. I bath A COOKING
Services Offered a distenro of 7 choins to MeanderC Public, Record of Collier County promise firm opposition to
I 2 bdrm. I bath CBS unlur homo Lot alone worth atk ngprice Florida Bowling keen Stale Univerlily'
mined eicept for atove A ,..f.I See ut today on thiswaterfront orner (fO) on the Cost lou"d.ryLln. federal state or city (overliemenl
Dated this tin of 194 WDGU-TV which went
day April on
of North
said Section 9; thence SPRINKLERS
SEA WALLS 111 10th St N. MI 12609 EVERGLADES property.. PLANTATION aloi.., the Ease Boundary Lvi of ::.East Ntplet Colder County Flor the air F-cb. 10, I I. the seventh controls on private Indus.

I 2 bedroom cotttga completely ISLAND '. said' Section I. a distance of 14 try.
lot IIO
CONCRETE WOOD JOCK 1070 en In the Stale. all ultrahigh '
Duikeye .
furnithed 1 blocks from beech HALFWAY CREEK chews to Meander Corner (21) /MARGARET T SCOTT U elected he said IRRIGATION
Foundation Piles I blocks from pier Available Cash 63250 thence South 76- Wont, a dutance Clark ol Circuit Court frequency Florida I Is second governor, ,
until" Dec I. Ml 2-4011 of 10 cll.,.... thence South 19 Watt JAMES R ADAMS he would work with the milk
Docks-Mooring Whips 1.121.21 7496 See Napla South and Modal, a d,ttanca of 10 chars. thanca South All open" for Plaintiff with am
Year around .nl.I f"rnllhed.S90 Home on diaplay 4. 15 Went a d.ttanca of 12 eh...... P O see 4I' Naplai. Florida
SAQEN Automatic, drydockiABBOTT per month Mich, ,gin Ave "Remember. to rent. buy ereell thence South 41 W..,. a distance of April 23 UM IlllNotice .
near Party Pantry Ml '-4491. contact II chaini; thane Wont a ttanee of
II.. Frank Whitman Blvd Lucille Otto Leah Brown I chains. thonce North n 1..,

Radio Road 1 bedroom Air cond.I,on ing 'and Virgil Marcum, lob J..l.r a dittanca ofI$ chaint:: thence
wall circulating heater Largeacreened North f West, a d,tttnce of 9chaint
M04j_- 14351 I447 porch utility room DEWEY POLLY ; thence Ho,112' Wett a To
and carport' Completely' furniahed dittanca. of 10 chaina: thence North PAID
VIC'S SHOE REPAIR Com Call Ml 16770 after REALTY .. West a ttanca of 10 ch.,...
plate Shoe) Sarvlca Dyeing and I P M 411Ut thence South 64 W." a dutanceof
rolmithlnc, 12 J 5th Ava., So. 10 chains: thence South 45 Watt PoliticalCandidates
'pjbedroom hou. snfur'aisliad C erner of ht A".. N.. 4Temiernl
a dittanca of 14 chaini thence
Naplaa .
eotOpt Wove and ref.., IralMl
South 12 of II Mchain
West 4 atance
ore,0'. MI 2 912*. Therein It.d. I
.!J43S6 to Meander Corner nil on
18-Autos for 4liSt7Ldrm. the Watt Boundary Line of said, -
"ou.. furnslrod .II Section 9: thenc South along laid. -
6, ford. vary food cond I bdrm haute furnithed Call It .'.,. To Advertise Wool Boundary of Section I a d.ttanca .
naada fandar S391. 1957 Dodge Ml I 3191 after I: II a m. ol Iv I chaint to Point of Beginning Ul 1 political admlUrmrnt
J2M Ml I 8513 4/23.24.2e 1/311 EXCEPT Slot portion oilS '
for 5unda, !M ft* muni be
In the EM Half (lEN) of North
LOOK HEREI! HENTAli aett Quarter INCH) of said Sec In the nawipiper office by
I bdrm. 1 bath home unfurn.Ithtd lion I. los Z2 acret
I blk from SIft Ave more or .la Containing** Friday, not later than 4 pm Our Consolidation Loan Plan
Wondering where to go Sin per mo and will consider ejection thereto TIT ". *fk4ajr pubhritian a4

With your car problems t 1 bdrm furnithed home near said Obiectioni land should t. She proposed be tubm,ttad tale of 10 I I rtnlni! ropy must be placfd Works As Well In Actual PracticeAs

Factory Finish Paint Job Boa date school Available May the Chef Engineer. Tu.',,, if Ihe by 4 pm the day prior to
Wrack Rebuilt 7. 1100 per .... (Internal Imprevement Fund Clint I .intartlnn. This li an absolute It Does On Paper.

Tunaup 1 tadrm furnlahed apt N. Na Building Tallaheitee Florida..prior deadline and It is .rar.Ily
the nad
data first above mem >
Front and aliinmanlMotor Die. Many 194 per it.mo.? rentalaCARIIIEAN The Trvttae reserve the "ght to to the advinUf of the adrertiier Everything is handled on a simplified basis,with the I
OvartiaulTrantmtttion decline t* make sale of J"y it all to place the Ad as
rebuilt REALTY, of said land The sale. if and whan payment schedule set up to glee you very possible
750 N, Trail "Ml 2 alia Issue. aII.1I be IIIblect t. ehe Trun early it peiiihl so that full CO

LubricationBrakes lou. ,...rviegon th''III.n 75' ..tt.ntiolcan be gives to each advantage
of She ""OS"" '. minerals and met
Polish t Wax all and 60% of the aetroiaum ,,,.'. arlrertiiemtnt.
Don look any further 55-Steres e Office on or thereunder Purchater II required It la a state advertlainf, law teem vf I te $600 WATER

to pay for or furnish doc that all adnrtiilnc ,
lee 0 nice No 9. 2nd story Belch mentary tea alampa for the ,nttru political
Chevrolet Inc. Building Ml 60 per Mo 117* IrdM ment of conveyance be paid In advance using the CONDITIONING CO.

Ingram So Watkin 4 Barkau, M3 BY ORDER of the Truatae of the triplicate check formi as authorlted G. A (; FINANCE: :: 441 10th St. No.
IN Mh SI. N. Ml 11101Ntpltt Sill Averse Ml I 16141. WANTADS'BRIMS Internal Improvement Fund of the .
Flu dill If'Office State of Florida under Florida sta CORPORATION Naple
FARRIS BRYANT tutes. Epoch petitioning of

IiNEW YOUR EI Pont at Space.JI. 11 per a IK 19* ft Ceatt*e / HOME Atteet: Governor Ado will not b* told and all 281 Ninth Street, South MI 2-3351 I In

I CRIVR'S LUNSE Colony : M lih ;.*. Pa W R. KIDD Add will be (trtn the semi
If Chef Engineer' Naples! Florid Telephone Midway I JI97
artful attention.;
BACON I. I. Fund
[ 0 E'yryene Read Th. NEWS : I Apr:,.9. 16. 13. 3e AM LOANSMADI TO illlDINTt 0' ALL NEARlY TOWNS


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I 10 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS TKurad.y, *prfl 23, 1"':|",-" ? ajjj> > Hlpl J II l| I Suit To Place Florida Building pavilion. The young white man, Bob Adams Has Writers Forum Naples.. Last
dressed In tan trousers and a year Vantage Press published
Dedicated AmidDemonstrations raincoat, disappeared when afire Adams' "Stories of the West
Nixon On State truck arrived with laddersto Book AcceptedFor ern Plains."
get him down.
Adams and his wife win leave

Ballot QuashedTALLAHASSEE NEW YORK (AP).Florida's ond The largest Florida at the exhibit fair.Is It the Iscom.sec Publishing Naples shortly for their summer
|,.S million World's Fair layout of home In Chevy Chase,Md.,
posed a main exhibit hall, the
(AP) For. was dedicated Wednesday amid porpoise pool two floating bulldoInri Robert Adams, Naples poet where he will work on a new
mer Vice President Richard Nix. the clrcus.llke atmosphere of on a lake, and a model Flor. laureate has announced he has "Naples Album" of poems.
demonstrations and
on's name will not appear on civil rights Ida house. The $100,000 land. a new book "Romance of the
aerlallst who tried to
; .t,. the Florida presidential primary a mount young the pavilion's 6Woot high cape on the 3.12 acre site In. Old Frontier and Other Tales,"
z -r ballot as the choice of a tower. eludes palm trees and tropical due soon for publication by the Cancer Tag Day

rIt Republican slate of delegates.The Gov. Farris Bryant, here to foliage.A Vantage Press. Inc., of New By Teenage Group
.. Florida Supreme Court dedicate the exhibit Ignored the tall tower topped by a giant York.
dismissed today a petition of An. orange attracts attention to the
and demonstrations andgreeted Brings $160A
-- rain the The book according to
thony Battaglla, St. Petersburg pavilion and can be seen for
lawyer and GOP national com guests. Uniformed Flor. miles. Adams comprises 12 chaptersof volunteer of teenagers
It M .y Ida State Highway Patrol troop. memoirs with his group
t .y mute, which sought to put NIX. dealing under the direction of
on's name on the ballot against ers stayed at his side. life In the West and In Wash
"The New York police are Mrs. Allen Bibee circulated
Nixon's wishes. going MORE THAN HAL Olf'LORIDA'S ington, D.C. The last two chapters
to handle this said. the last Sat
throughout city
Battaglla argued that Florida "The Romance of Civil
Secretary of State Tom Adams "This Is a New Hork problem, RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I Service" and "The Romance ofRetirement" urday. Each member of the
but have to bear the bruntof
we group carried a coin container
denied the constitutional rights
It." tells of the author's
of the delegates when he removed and a bunch of tags marked
A spokesman said about IS of experiences while a civil "
the slate from the ballotat "I'm Fighting Cancer.
the civil rights demonstratorsnear service employe In Washingtonand
Nixon's request T These were pinned on
the state exhibit came from his life as a retiree In tags
Nixon said he did not to
want T the donor of amount and
Florida The rest, he said, were MWviIIi Florida. any
participate In presidential pri
from New Jersey and Boston. he or she had the satisfaction
The Idea of a second
maries. The secretary of stateacted writing
;. *_ wd on an attorney general's Police arrested some for refus.Ing book about the West came to of being a contributor to>worthy

.. .. r opinion that Nixon's right of to leave the exhibit area. ( him Adams said when he submitted cause. An amount exceeding
;; should be While Bryant held a news con. J160 was turned over to
", k a privacy respected. a short story. "Bar
Terence one demonstrator-ap. the Cancer Crusade to help
iwZI .'. Battaglla filed the slate of delegates eo+te.oee Reese vmsiessrsetwa riers Swept Away," to Mrs.
not of the
parently one pickets- rammnu reach Its 1964 goal.
with himself as chairman
tried to climb Phyllis Luxum head of the
the roof of the
A LOCALE CHANGE- Workmen begin the cutting t)d removal of the thr tthouund saying It was a draft Nixon ef-
-ytir-old temples of Abu Simbtl, to. now iltt, The relocation move ll noeeonry to fort. He con Wanted to the removal
escape the waters of the Nile river which ire being Impounded for Egypt now Aswan dam." of Nixon's name only If
the slate could
remain on the

11 Students Make A-Honor ballot the unpledged.But Florida. attorney general END OF SEASON

I List Judge Halts the slate advised could that not the be form changed of

At Naples Junior High School ended.since the qualifying period had

The Naples- Junior High Mtchelene Hearth California'sPrimary Battaglla contended that Nix.
grade ,
on waived his rights to
School Honor Roll for the fifth Debbie Kepp, Janis Richardson privacyas
a public figure and becausehe
six weeks grade period 1 Is made and Jane Rogers of the consented to having his nameon
up of 11 students on the all"A" ninth grade. Plans the Oregon presidential prl.
Honor Roll and 63 students on The students making up the mary ballot.

the "A-B" Honor Roll. "A-B" Honor Roll are: SACRAMENTO Calif. (AP>-. Battaglla said the delegates Out !
Those pupils with straight 7th Grade: Mary Wlnfree, Word from Washington legal[ were qualified for public office O1OSN
"A" averages are: Donna John lamurrl Chris Proven- and medical, threw California's, and there was no provision un.
Retlly of the seventh grade; zano, Ysollna Perez John political campaign Into qulel t t der Florida law for the removal
of their
Thomas Deborah names from the bal-
Morton Johnson, Debby Stump, Jan turmoil today. lot.
Bready, Lane Walters, Leana Burnham Mardi Stone, Judy All preparations for the Jun, The Supreme Court denied
2 presidential primary cam tea ,
Miller, Betty Ann Rice, and
Janet Carr Anne Battaglla an order that would
halt order (
Rouse of the complete by o:
Rosemary eighth Barkau, Roger Johnson, Gary Justice William O. Douglas o;f have Instructed the secretary of
Hamm, Sandra Taylor Ralph the Supreme Court. state to restore Nixon's name
Naples Firemen Lucado, flank Watkins, Tom And Sen. Clair Engle's retun, to the ballot. The court said It
Dell, Debbie Barrett Diana to the hospital revived speculation f would file an opinion setting
Humphries, Susan Sorter. -denied with practiced reg_ forth Its reasons later.
1 Getting LowdownOn 8th Grade: Cecella Clark ularlty-that his health woul I

Phil Haar, Jerllyn Robinson force him to give up his flgh t God Not Issue NEW BOATS

Beating Fire Peggy White David Allen, 'for re-election. \
Into the
Jay Faulkner, Martha Hen- It also brought opei
Naples firemen and volunteers drickson, BethClemmer Linda persistent reports that Jobs paying ; In Hassle Over
$25,000 or more a year an
art learning the latest flre-fijht. Hahn, Valerie Wenzel, Terry

Ing man techniques who has this been week In the from fire a Kllngler. Buddy Williams,Mark waiting, 52 for, felled the by Democratic brain Burger senator Y;[ School PrayerWASHINGTON
Brewer Mike Sharp, Paul he
business for 33 last August If quits the con
fighting A.D. Starratt from the years.state Little, Carlos Alfonso Blair test for his party's nomination. (AP-The Is.
fire college at Ocala is the Hearth, Stephen Schrimsher, Harold Stassen caused an unprecedented cues of prayers In public schools 1963 Thunderbird 17'5"Cheyenne
Instructor at the nightly three Gary Griffin, Gary Williams situation by appealIng does not pit the godly against
hour cession which will be cll. and Beno Rowe, a State Supreme Court da" the godless say several mem.
maxed Flrday night when firemen clslon which denied him a piacion S bers of the House Judiciary model with canvas top, side curtains,
will put a torch to an old shackon Ninth Grade: Robert Cowden, the Republican president),1 Committee.
the public works bu\1dlnlslte. Paul Harris Ginny Alexander ballot. Aroused by the tone of early special upholstered single seats, two 12-gallon SALE
then extinguish the blaze Sandra Chesser Richard De- The onetime Minnesota governor '. witnesses In the committee'sy built-in fuel tanks.
seeks to Join Sen. Barr hearings on proposed constltu.
Fire Chelf G.P Riner said Turk
Stephen Suzanne
Goldwater and Gov Nelson I U tlonal amendments to permitr
will battle
department personnel Southey Pat Repass, Reg. Price $1495
difficult oil fire tonight whena Mary Rockefeller In competition to school prayers several mem.
pit full of oil is put aflame. Helen Corwin,Randy Bass,John California's 86 votes at the R<>. hers erupted In protest WadnM.
Intense heat and thick black Dahlia Keith Orschell Ronnie publican National Convention. day and demanded future wit. $2,045.00
smoke are characteristic of this Ritchie, John Winter, PamCoe Stassen needed 13,702 sign nesses address themselves to
type of fire Jim StelnbackCarollsbellJlm tures of registered voters I 0 the constitutional Issues only
Sheets, qualify. Only some 9,000 wei'''I They had heard repeated ref.
The Naples department tries to Mary Whltner Susie 1963 Thunderbird 22'6"Model
have someone form the state fire Xrmstrong.Gerildlne Krushef- certified as valid. Stassen bacl'. erences to cynics, atheists 'and Iroquois
ers told the Supreme Court,!in
college here for a week each year. sky Bobby Walters. "strange and obnoxious" per.
their appeal that they presents''d ions opposing the amendments,
Instructor Starratt saw service
with two berths and enclosed marine toilet
the Jacksonville department be. 25,000 but that county clef;s and the 'anti oGod" nature
IHNDhKSON, "Ky. (AP) failed to make a complete .1:".of the Supreme Court's 1962 de.a .
lore going to work for the fire ; canvas top built-in fuel tanks back to back
(school There wa* no doubt that I lender-- amlnatlon of all the affidavit clslon banning official school ,
r aon't Meter Maid were keeping Justice Douglas Wednesd>IY prayers. fold-down seats bunk cushions and aft seat
aaharp eye for traffic violations. ordered Secretary of Sta!t.' Rep. John V. Lindsay R.N.Y., SALE
Blame T1eyrsn out of parking ticketa. Frank M. Jordan to direct tl'I. was the first to complain. "I cushions.
NegroesIn Police Chief Aubrey WIlliams 58 counties to hold everythti 11 hope members who seriously
said police' had to resort to some on election preparations pen,d.question the Issue raised here Reg. Price $2595
3 RobberiesAt old ones that were on hand until Ing a decision. Jordan follow*"1 are not going to be charged
a new ahipmcnt, arrived through promptly. with being antl-God," he said.
Lindsay said witnesses should $3,345.00
Jax Today relate the proposed amendmentsto
PREVENTION' IS THE ANSWER the First Amendment's pro.
JACKSONVILLE (APThreewhite vision that "Congress shall 1963 Seabreeze 19'Windshield
men told police today make no law respecting an es.
were robbed by Negro tabllshment of
they religion or pro.
gangs during the night outside MS,ooo hlbltlng the free exercise there. steering, running lights, bow rail, SALE
the limits of this raclally troub. of."
led city. 40000 "This has been called the bul. forward hatch and upholstered seats. A real l buy.

Officers said a shot was firedat AUTO DEATHS r- ; wark of the republic," he said,
a patrol car In a separate 35,000 r "and the question before us now Reg. Price $1295
incident e..tIt--- \ / Is, 'Do we want to change the
Charles Broxton 45, said six 30,000 # First Amendment?' It must be $1645.00
Negro youths took his wallet discussed without any sugges.
containing anon specified 25000t tlon that those who seriously
amount of money He said he question any change are some
was walking from a grocery 20,000 how antl-God, or antlchlldrenor 1963 Power (0116'
when anti mother."
they accosted him. 5 -
Two youths hitchhiking on t Rep Jacob H. Gilbert D.N,Y.
UJS. Highway 1 said Negroes 15000, GtaO complimenting Lindsay for Windshield, steering, canvas top, seat cushions,
beat them and took $50 a watch, bringing the subject out Into the SALE
running lights and two built-in fuel tanks.
sunglasses and a sweater. Lr'ni open called for an end "to all
Patrolmen T, C. Graham and veiled accusations." Price
W. P. Heath arrested John T. SOOD, "This Issue Is not between the Reg. $1295
Williams, IS, Negro and Jailed r godly and the godless" Gilbert
him on a robbery charge. They said "It Is not even a religious $1945.00
said he was wearing the stolen question. It Is a serious constl.
sweater. 1930 1935 1940 1945 1950 1955 1961 tutlonal question which all
Heath said a shut was fired Americans must try to resolve." 1964 Seabird 23'Deep
at their patrol car It missed. Lung cancer is essentially a prevent

Wednesday more than 200 able disease; it is estimated that at POOCH WITH A PUNCH

elation members for of the the Advancement National Ana of least 75 per cent of lung cancer Is The CAFE Hound KENNEDY Dog a 500 Fla.-mtle(-AP-range V with canvas top, 140 h.p. Merc-Cruiser

Colored people marched in caused by cigarette smoking. missile carried by B52 bombers, inboard-outboard motor. Safety plate glass
downtown streets. There were his been nicknamed the "Pooch
no incidents AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY with Punch" windshield with windshield wipers, right guide SALE
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