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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 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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UNITED NATIONS N.Y.
(AP) Itvestla (AP)> Cuba has told the, United
declared the Soviet UnIon .
today
Nations it won't stand for
will! side with Cuba If the any
controversy about U.S. reconnaissance Fight For Cane more U.S. reconnaissance

flights leads to "a other flights provocative over the Island UJ5. actions.or any
treacherous attack" on that
The Fidel Castro regime re.
Island nation. -- ,yt't L i.v ( sewed Its warning in a letter
The U.S. military flights over A prominent law firm In Wash.. tons for 1964, and 1,000,000 tons The future of the sugar cane ib A Thursday to U.N. Secretary.
Cuba were denounced as viola. Ington, D.C., has joined forcesi i for 1965 and 1966. Two of the growing Industry InColllerCoun. General U Thant from Foreign
tlons of sovereign! rights of ar i with Collier County and will carry .bills are asking for the totali ty still appears "quite Indefin Minister Raul Roa.
Independent state, the U.N, the Immokalee Sugar i amount of 114 million tons for ite." However, the three.man
charter and "generally recog.,| Growers Cooperative's fight for' 1965.66, Herren said. delegation to Washington believes
nlzed standards of International I survival before the United State> The brief prepared by Col. every possible step in the fight SEOUL, South Korea (AP)-
law." Department of Agriculture Her County's three.man dele. has been taken. .. The South Korean governmenthas
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This Is the Don Lan., *- *!* "f released all 18 student lead.
report gallon and Washington lawyers The board of directors of the
The Soviet government news' der, county agriculture agent,, will be presented to Secretary Greater Naples Chamber of Com. era arrests after antlgovern.
paper declared in an article" Tom Treadwell, attorney for the! of Agriculture Orville Freeman merce at this morning's session GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES[ to mark beginning of construction of ment demonstrations Mondayand
signed by "Commentator, coop, and Norman Herrenofthc) before May I, which has been put In one more plug for Col. in Golden Gate held with Golden Tuesdav.
which means someone In high model homes City were yesterday many
Collier Corp., brought back fromtheir deadline a resolution
i set drawing
as a lier County by
authority, that Cuba has an inalienable .. two-day conference in the Gate Estates and County official in attendance. From !loft, manning the
< U the Agriculture Department protesting the acreage STOCKHOLM Sweden AP-
right 'to take the capital city. continues with the plan to limit limitation and sent it off to Secretary shovels, are : County Commission Chairman Dewey }Polly and Commission- The U.S. Embassy, has quickly(
necessary measures "to put an The three.man delegation in i acreage, then a hearing will be Freeman elm Glenn! Allen and A. C. Hancock. Looking on from left are : Gen. C. denied a claim by; Swedish air
end to the intrusions. conferring with Washington law.held. The time and place has Jung, director of planning for GGE; Joe Lynch, project engineer; Buck force Col. Stlg Wennerstrom
.
yen prepared a brief for the 1 not been announced. Kidd, superintendent of home building; Seymour Binkof, executive coordinator that he began his spy career a*
hearing, which may or may not: Lander said both Loulsana and City's Water an American agent.Wennerstron .
and Harmon Turner county engineer. The homes are expected to
; ,
See Crack be held, concerning acreage dim> Florida have asked for the hearing who served as
itatlons for cane growers. to be held within state be finished in about 1)0) days See story (NEWS photo) Swedish air attache, In Moscow

Herren said, In the main, the i. U the hearing is held, argue Plants GoingAt and Washington and held high
brief Is requesting the Sugar' ments both for and against acre. posts In the Swedish Defense
In ImpasseOn Division of the USDA to withhold ,. age limitations will be heard. Would Save $551 Million Yearly Ministry, Is on trial for alleged
acreage restrictions until, A decision will follow later In Full BlastIt ly handing over Swedish and
December 31, 1964. Washington."U American military secret to
Herren happily reported that a decision Is not reach has not rained In Naplesfor the Soviet Union over a 15-year
Rights unexpected help In Washington Is ed before July or August," said nearly month, and the City leN 8111lr1 To Close period.
coming from 25 bills which have Lander, "It will be about the of Naples is hustling to meet
been Introduced Into Congress same as no quota at all" He the water demands of area re.
WASHINGTON (AP) A the last 30 days. These bills are said It will take a year or more sidents. KINGSTON l: Jamaica (AP-
leadershlp>sponsored Jury trial asking that the quotas for do. to plan for and build a proces. "Both of our water plant are W3 Military Bases One of three copper prospectorslost
amendment to the civil rights mestic beet sugar and mainlandcane sing mill In Immokalee. going full blast I !"_.City.Manager In the thickly wooded Blue
bill sparked hopes today of sugar be increased. Vince Wood reported tIIla morn.ing. Mountain of Jamaica for eightand
cracking the Senate's Impasseover The bills are pointing to the The winter tourist season WASHINGTON (AP) bee.. 'new* conference affect mllltan]y Army, Navy, Air Force I day died from hunger and ex.
the measure. l'/i' million tons of sugar that Meet To Draw has just about ended, but visitors rotary of Defense Robert S,. activities:: in 29 states Defense Supply Agency Iri I hautlon shortly after the three
Sens. Mike Mansfield and Ev. "floating" on the global mar. Pact Settling who are still here and year. McNamara today announced 83 3 I The primary emphasis Is 01 i many places.. That Is to be doni I were rescued Thursday
erett M. Dirksen, the Demo. ket, and requesting that amountbe round residents want water, and new actions closing or reducing; consolidating one to a city-. In two years The men, working for a Canadian
cratlc and Republican leaden, transferred to U.s. growers. Railroad Hassle the City Is meeting the demand. military bases, depots and an. the separate contract supervls., The combining of these office I mining firm, said they ran
prepared to Introduce the Twenty three of the bills are Wood said the wells supplying sepals and consolidating office,.,, Ion offices maintained by the i In 29 cities I Is expected to 1 lop, out of food last Friday. Planes
amendment as the Senate de. asking for a total of 500,000 WASHINGTON (AP) RaI. the city have been more than He estimated savings at $IU!I off 1,800 worker and save $18.8 i had been searching the area
bate entered its 39th day. road management and union adequate In meeting the Increas. million year.McNamara million a year, since Monday
They planned to present It as negotiators will meet with fed. ed demand. Expansion of Water said slicing aw' ::3 Florida Navy For the time being at least,'
a substitute for one offered ear. Milton Link eral mediators at the Labor Department Plant No. 2 In coming months at least eight unneeded faclli. the Navy' 11 shipyards, major SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP-Geor.
Her by Sen. Herman Talmadge, Monday to start writ. will expand pumping capacity. ties, scaling down 14 others,, Air Force and Army bases gl Traykov, the man who en.
D-Ga., acting for Southern foes Ing a detailed contract which Helping out supply and pressure combining separate contract I t Air Stations On were left untouched. glneered the forced collectivization
of the legislation.The New PresidentOf will formally end one of the na. problem on the south end monitoring offices in 29 clUes, The other eight actjons of farm In Bulgaria, Is the
efforts to resolve the jury tion's longest and most complex of town Is the new 500,000-gal. and other action would yield worm $21 mflllon a yeas In saw new president of that Communist .
trial Issue were only part of the Chamber labor disputes. Ion tank in Port Royal, Wood saving "without In anyway're.i List To Be Cute Ing Involve unspecified In. country.
moves afoot to work out com Both sides planned a weekend noted. The tank, along with larger duclng military effectiveness.1 stallattons overseas What will Traykov, a first deputy pre.
promises and get the civil rights recess after nearly two weeksof water mains along Gordon *.Then latent move In a ,,,, WASHINGTON (AP)-Detail* ijtawen'to. them was left/ open. mler was elected unanimously.
bill off dead center. B. Milton Link was elected intensive White House talks Drive, should bring a lowered year economy drive, now em, of the 63 actions announced to pending consultation with Euro. Thursday by the National As.
But growing signs of optimism president of the Greater Naples which ended in an agreementlate fire insurance rating when fire braced by President Johnson,p day by Secretary of Defense pean and Western Hemisphere sembly to succeed Dlmltrt Can.
were evident, and were Chamber of Commerce during Wednesday, averting a nationwide Inspectors come here next month, bring the number of bases or, Robert S. McNamara closing or government concerned Ne ev, who died four day ago
noted by the bipartisan floor the organizational meeting of strike which had been the manager said dared cloned or reduced to i reducing bases, depots and ar. NATO force are affected.
managers for the bill-( en.. the new board of directors today scheduled for a minute after The last measurable rainfall more than SOO. senals and consolidating offices McNamara said In Boston last
Hubert H. Humphrey, D.Minn., George Powell,retiring president midnight tonight.In here was March 28.29, when When added to those other>. Include these in FU>rldai week It would lake him six DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Bill
and Thomas II. Kuchel, R-Calif. has announced. Also a White House ceremony .07 inch of precipitation was re moves, the Pentagon said, the, (In the list that follows the months to determine which of Decker, Dallas County sheriff,
While details were not dls. elected unanimously were Nor. Thursday, President Johnson corded. On March 20.21, there 63 new action will: contract administration office 11 naval shipyards will be said Thursday night that a S'/i-
closed In advance, indications man Herren, vice president; Tom congratulated the negotiatorsand was 1.60 Inches, the last good Save $5:51: million a year In, are to be consolidated within closed because erf heavy costs hour riot of Negro prisoners In
were that the Manstteld-Dlrksen Treadwell, treasurer, and Dave urged both sides to "get soaking rain operating costll.Ellmlnale the next two years, unless other. and excess capacity.The the County Jail had been
proposal would be along the Pfaff, executive vice president. back to the railroads and go to In other topics,Wood reported: 81,600 civilian Jobs wise noted). last time the defense chief quelled
lines of a compromise provisionthat Powell Introduced new directors work" so both labor and management COMMUNITY CENTER and military assignments. Ol 1 Jacksonville the Seadrome, announced any base closing "Everything seems all secure
helped win passage of the Phil Drunk,PhiIDarbyshlre, can prosper.It Structural units have arrived on these 10,058! will drop away asa i Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, was last Dec. 12. The announce now," the sheriff said at 11:30
1957 Civil Rights Act. Lloyd Easterllng, Lea Whitaker will take about a week to the site, and the building result of today's actions. will be Inactivated by January ment came amid considerable p.m.The
Under the 1957 act, a person Sr., Herren and Treadwell.Hold. draw up the contract and no "should go up rather quickly from Release 698,000 acres of real 1965.: political commotion that report. jail Is the same which
convicted of contempt for vlo. over members Include Bob Dea. difficulties are expected. ThenIt now on." estate for nondefense use. Key West-The Seadrome, Na. edly won reprieve for some houses convicted slayer Jack
latlng an Injunction against dls. son, Dick Hill, Holland Salley, will take another 10 days or SANITARY SEWERS Bumby Make available 61 Industrial val Air Station, Key West will I be bases, including a couple of the Ruby, but Ruby was not on the
criminatory denial of voting John Smith, Harold "Skipper" so for the unions to vote their and Etlmpson, pipeline contrac. plants for sale to Americanbusiness. Inactivated by January 1963. Navy yards same floor as the ride The
rights can obtain a retrial before Smith, Link and Powell. expected ratification of the con. tor for District No.3, should Pensacola The Seadrome, On that occasion, 33 base sheriff said, "Jack's rest has
a jury If sentenced by a In his opening remarks,Powell tract Involving wages, jobs and have little trouble meeting a May Fifty-five of the new actions i. Naval Air Station, Penaarola will} were tapped' for shutdown or not been disturbed"
judge to more thar. 45 days or stressed' that each board memberhad working conditions. (Continued on page 8) announced by McNamara at a, be Inactivated by January 1969. substantial reduction -
fined more than $300. a definite responsibility to
Dlrksen told newsmen that 408 member firms in ac. WASHINGTON (AP) The
PerformTomorrow's
once his and Mansfield's substl. ceptlng the position. You Call--They Defense Department said Thur.
tute for Talmad e's amendmentIs Link served as vice presidentto day night that MaJ. Gen. Rich
called up, he thought the the organization last year, ard G. Ctllwell has been named
jury dial Issue could be dis. and as chairman of the chief of staff of the U.s. Mill
posed of quickly.Teacher Merchants Committee. In Its Cancerthon Hiahliahts Local TalentSpecial tary Assistance Command In
first action, the new board set South Viet Nam.
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the date of the annual dinner for 6tllw.ll succeeds Marine MaJ.
May 26, 27 or 28. While firm The Dank of Naples will again Dr. flarlanJ D.Fague, minis Gifts Chairman, Mrs untecr workers will be on handto Tentey urged that all local Gen Richard a Weede, who
Pay date and place Is not set, directors donate facilities for the annual ter of the Emmanuel Lutheran Clarence Tooke president of answer calls for donations performers be on hand at the will return to Washington next
urged all members to "Cancerthon" of the Collier Church, will give the Invocation the Dank of Naples; and Mrs. and requests forentertatnment. bank If at aU possible -We month for duty at Marine Corp

Key Item On plan to attend. County Unit of the American and opening talks will be Maud Legg of Fort MyersDis The "Stags" and "Does" will hope to have the largest response headquarter
In Its last action Slllwell
the old boardof made b Archie 47, has been assist.
Turner tract
be held Sat. ) Mayor ) Director. again make collections from In
directors adopted a resolutionto Cancer Society, to any the six years of this ant chief of staff for
operation
School AgendaThe Secretary of Agriculture Free. urday, April 25, from 10 a.m. Dr. Daniel Langley, Collier Dud Tenney Cancerthon donors. Cancenhon," he added "Even In the Military Assistance Com
man requesting that the U.S. until 5 p.m.,;In cooperation with County unit president: Mrs. chairman, today reminded the Those assisting Tenney will though I realize the good citizens mand In South Viet Nam since

County School Board will Department of Agriculture not the local radio station. William Barrett. Crusade public that the phone numberto be Mrs. David Traer, Mrs. of Naples have been thor April 196}. He 1* not related to
meet In special session at 1:30 Impose restrictions on the plant. chairman Mrs. A.R. Staley, call Is NO 2-2171. Vol- Wally Fredrlckson and Miss oughly canvassed for so many the late Gen Joseph (VinegarJoe
p.m. Monday, April 27.The meet. Ing of sugar cane prior to De. ------- Bertha Boyd, personnel of the worth-while charities I con ) Stllwell, World War H com.
ing will be held in the board cember 31,1964. Copies of the ti "HIFIGH1 Dank; J. Steiley E lms and Mesdames sider this, without a question, mander In Burma.
resolution are to be sent to f 4 Vincent Madden John of
the
room in the East Naples government fi utmost Importance to one
center. Senators Spessard Holland and Pulling, Norman Santini W. and all. Just remember ..
Salaries for instructional personnel George Smathers, and Congress. Roy Smith, U.S. Tenney, Jr.. call 2.2171 between TAIPEI (APefenae Mln.
man Paul Rogers, D.R.Matthews (:+ifr sjll) ) any time later Yu Towel of Nationalist
and and
principals for the ,4FI Wolfe
Cayle 10 a.m. and 5 If wishto
and Dante Fascell. IfS p.m. you China left Taipei today for the
school year 1964.63: will be an The VlnD Veer Music HouseIs hear
your favorite entertainer United States for what was of.
agenda At the item April up for 13 discussion.meeting of CAKCEl:; lending an organ and piano. perform, orhave a donation tidally described as his annual
Among the entertainers are: medical
collected
the board, E. George Rogers, Name Boyd In .- Scotty Watmore of the Pirate's checkup
board member, led a majority 'JfI' -
Den, Eddie J opposition to the proposed tal.
ary schedule presented by Super. ManslaughterCharge Hair of the Ton Hole, representative
Intendent W. D. Reynolds. In a Illy R from the Naples High
3.2 vote, action was delayed for tl 11 ,, School Chorus,under tlae direction
the special meeting. Here ( I N NY of Miss Polly] Jenkins,
Reynolds proposed that $23 Wally Fredrlckson, Robert/
be added to the usual $100 Increment Cleveland Boyd was formally and Left Mortland, Ron Me-:
returning teachers get hared: with manslaughter this
Cune and his three tons, Ger ,
each year until the maximum morning on Information filed
salary Is reached. I In Circuit Court, according to lid Kelley's Quartet, Kenn,
Rogers asserted he did not have .Assistant State Attorney George rIl Schryver, Lovell Meadors and
sufficient time to study the pro. 'Vega. A trial data will be set Joe Ray. ,
posal. It was brought out at the 1 later. lahie Taus Is again donating
meeting board members had received The charge stemmed from the three handmade shell placques
copies of the salary schedule death< of Norman Payne, a wait.r which will be given to the three
by mail four days previousto < at a local restaurant. In the largest donors.Florida .
the meeting. 'Veterans Hospital Miami Wed. Ill
nesday. Death was caused by a Iy >'
skull fracture and cerebral hem. 1 Catholics
tMi lAr tl t11 orrage, according to Chief of tt
To EndDiscrimination
Police Ben S. Caruthers, re.celved Urged
In a fight at McDonald
Quarters Monday night, follow.
Ing a gambling game MIAMI ,.AP)' Human Cathy
Hi i i 11 ft"!! > Florida rounder
f you'll find ,.r> ur ,.U :"lay to end all discrimination
Arrest 5 NegroesIn
: and segregation "f
fit faster(nthWAHIAKy races.
St. AugustineST. The Miami Diocese Issued a PROUD: AND HAPPY fisherman was AI Bolton

AUGUSTINE!: (AP)-Flvelegroes -ANNUAL CANCER CRUSADE in Collier County will reach a high point <-(vII rights manifesto. which told when he landed this It-foot l sawfish \yednesdav
: were arrested Thurs. Cal "lii <> t<> reme lljf'r the j"cin'4 night Pier. The fish was estimatedto
with the at the Naples
Saturday popular Cancerthon, featuring "paid for' radio appear.
d ay In the first slt-Ins In the d
ninsrleiiro
In 'upep'
n aUo 's oldest city since almost ances of local talent with all contributions /going into the fund to fight ", t ni .uii/jtldns 1(1.1 or laws that weigh 750; ( pounds and took two and one-half

3 00 were arrested three weeks cancer Dud Tenney ,shown will be master of ceremonies for the Cancer. den ..1 i >'r\ their Ox !ten hours to land. Naples police were called and
jo- thon. See story (NEWS photo) rt 'hit fired 12 shots to kill the fish.PKY .






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I Smallest Church Is Accepted. Wonder Church SchoolRegistration JIMMMMJIM CHURCH DIRECTORY ooooaooooo0000 I





ST. PETER PORT Isle I i of Guernsey AP) This is tog of family life, Brother Deodat I Next 2 Sundays
no place of circulated through" St. Peter Port h'
to talk about the a wesome site Notre Dame VVVVWVVVUvwVVMVv -
the in search of broken dishes. He Registration for Vacation CHURCH 1MMOKALEB
nor BAPTIST
cathedrals in Milan i and Cologne stretching theiri FIRST
found what everyone know.,there Church School will be held at METHODIST CHUla
Gothic fingers into the sky. always Ire plenty of those. Emmanuel Lutheran Church and OF NAPLES Rev Richard Howe Fasts

Here they have a church: i that will accommodate: Then he added tee shell the First PresbyterianChurchon Rev Robert Martin, patter SUNDAY

pint and a congregation of two. Putting the two together with 26 and Sunday,
Sunday, April on Service 9:00 am. Morning Worship, ISO A 11
An extra acolyte it an incon a bit of mortar, ,cement and May 3, immediately following Sunday School ut 10:00: a.m. School 9:45
Sunday : a.B.
venience. honest sweat he built the chapel I II morning worship services. Training Union C:00 p.m.
It's the smallest church in the \\e'll never do that" kaid I and it took him only 30 stark toof The Vacation Church School Evening Worship TOO: p.m. Jr. Intermediate and St.

world. Brother Chritemti, SI, hUd do it. will be held In the First Pres. WEDNESDAY M.Y.F., 6.30: p.m.

By name, it I is "Le Chapel" the order s byterlan Church this year from EveningWorship, '7:30 pan
7:00
Lea Voun Beleis and h'. good "lie simply couldl'lOt permit it. Mod.lI.eIt.., Lourdes 1'I ,, ,eutr w August 10 through August 21 Prayer Service pm.V. TUESDAYMen'
I / \ M. U. (2nd) 700: pm.
walking distance into the To charge admission Prayer Service 7
country- would belike The good friar got an idea en for children from four years of p.m.
7:00
aide on a nice day. expecting someone to pay rout that his chapel ought 'in age through Junior High School. Protheihood ((2nd) : p.m. Choir Practice, 8:00 p.m.

People do walk it. for attendance at mass have some pretensions 00 he The Kindergarten Primaryand Christian Campti WEDNESDAY
Those of medium lilt stars "'h could easily teach and modelled it after Lourdc In Junior departments, will meetin Club . '7:00: p.w. Midweek Prayer Service,

over the top of the chapel. They and train 200 students here and! !I fact noVo, In. Lilliputian kind of the morning from 9 to 11:30. Glil'i Auxiliniy '7:00: pm. Adults Si Children, 7:30: p.m.

have to stoop to enter, am hoping we'll find a way to Joe was it resemble the Lourdes The Junior High groups villl meet Royal Ambassadors 7:00: p.m.

A "poor box" receive their it hut that is not the way," hapel) of Miracles.! from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunbeams . '7:00: pm.

coins. Broken China Sow the chapel" stand taut in The theme for the school this Choir (Thursday) '7:00: pm. IMMOKALEB

No one seems to be in charge. Meantime Ihothcr ChriMentmnpreside I a nut of flowery color like unFatter r + r season will be "Jesus," and will CHURCH OF GOD

There are for the no tourist"chapel"pamphlets who over the cow stable bonnet. It Is moods blur ;l '1.' run as follows: Kindergarten "Pastor Rev. 0. P. O.B....*
thanks the shell and the FIRST ASSEMBLYOF !
h
to sea "Jesus the Teacher Primary.
and tamshackle ,
flock a building whit ; Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn .
to
loweredbuernsey in the COD
broken crockerya lot of sshuh is
"Jesus Showed God's Love"Ju.
contain a cellar full of broker I ing Worship 11
English Channel. Indeed the china. the traditional blue tnghshKeilgWOod. nior "He Was Called Jesus", Miadowlawn Ave., E. N.plh a.m.
tourist would have to hunt for it. -+ww 4 Evening: Worship 7:36: pjn.
Rev. H.M. Snow
"At have enough for an"theshupel r and Junior High "Come Follow
This may be a total mistakebut B time Urothcr School 10
hc ," he said with a largt r > the IX.ut Me." Sunday a.m.
r.iirrnhevit ill not too had completed hill mll,>I..n. h Morning Worship 11 a.m.
troubled about that llo'ft unified grin had MI mum sourm f<" h".J. tote i snl 'mss t i' EVERGLADES
Broken ,hnll'tThat' Evening Worship\ 7:30 p.m.
s !
by and Urge In nice pi it as amen china that the .muster y'i. i 4 From NaplesTo COMMUNITY CHURCH
.. how the chapel cam. Youth Service Tuesday
". into he ing. Attend Miami at 7:30 p.m.Midweek .
"\ou idea".1 Sunday School 10
hose no II i a.m.
en Form stuck in 1913 the order receivedlirothcr I Service -- Thursday
Ihothcr C hristcnliiin. "iv \ Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Che ihupcl Maml on the l Duodut in its midst an I Lutheran Meeting at 7:30 p.m.
realire, Mill
we ore
property IIf a farm held ho dutifully took hIM M.mnf
fur job
generations up IM I 1
by the Christian lirothcr monk. broken ,hina"c'L' got liar Mr. and Mrs. Howard John- GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

of the order of DC I I.a Sullc. After a short. IIoh.11he be'KCt'ihc'd full of it. I Oon'l. real) In ''i son, of 1582 Crayton Road, will Guilford .Rd., Guilford Acres EVERGLADES BAPTIST

Once they were powerful here. the uhbiit to build! tlhapel. what to do with it. leave Sunday to attend the con- E. C. Beaird Pastor CHAPEL

Now they Mrugglo with u farm 1. why nut builj! mother huNI"l vention of the Florida-Georgia Dominion Rd., Avulou Estate Castor" R". Erie C. Weldon

and a run-down former sihool The abbot Kind no hut fmully! f "N> one here to do it nn\i c;..... t't District of the Lutheran East Naples Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

which sullen Ir.xn link of gave in and toll. ) Dcodal he would I he ",","\'Ic.J. GL MUll 1 AN of Le Chapel, smallest church inlie Church Missouri Synod at the SUNDAY SERVICES Morning Worship 11 a.m.

m.''icy. Hut they refuse l.i turn huviIn 1 do it without any helpwhutsiievir llroihcr Chrmtcntinn broke: nil Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach, Bible School in:00 a.m. Training Union I p.m.
lh.. Jiapcl into In gate a .um lruilions in ib; (tl I world Brother Chrislentian stands half Us hctglil. .
u 7.80
mn..y maker asa Monday, April 27, to Friday. Morning Woivhlp 11:00: am. Evening Worship : p.m
buss .
tourist hurtdlmit the inertia
Illustrating undcrMand-
uuruumn. a rare *
Training; Service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Sorties
Is the
May 1. Mr. Johnson lay-
"Ca' lie hiked (be mud off his '
J Bailey Contends: the convention from Evening Worship) 8:00: p.m. Prayer Melting 7:30 p.m.
2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Friday, April 24. 1964 hoots I hiuhcd I up his jeans. delegate to WED. EVENING SERVo
Grace Lutheran Church Na-
straightened his herd ond' ,
------- Biblo and
Study
unnloKitid I for "not being in uni
COMBAT MILDEW AND INSECTS hum,' Understanding Of Religion ples.Pastor and Mrs. George W. Prayer Service '7:30: p.nt. COPELAND BAPTIST

With a final& link of hm hund Price, of Grace Church, will Choir Practice 8.15: p.m. MISSION
AIRING AND INSPECTION SERVICEby toward! the: hltpcho\ : hid! adieu.Rev. Rev. Clyde Martha
also attend the convention
T Sunday School 10>> .....
STONECRAFT INDUSTRIES MartinViII Not Belief. Aim Of SchoolsTALLAHASSEE which will be comprised of some TRINITYBYTHECOVEEPISCOPAL Worship Servieaa
300 and
clergy lay delegates
Enjoy the and
Summer return to a freshly. CHURCH 11 a.m. 7:30: p.m.

aired home. Contact Louise Stone for a per Attend Retreat CAP)':'Public his position on religion In the representing congregations Port Royal Prayer Meetings

sonal service I Rev. Robert F. Martin, pastor of s schools should teach understand. public schools to Washington.The throughout the Florida and The Rev' Richard T. Lambert Wednesdays at I p...
call.
!
Hurry Only limited
a I the First Baptist Church of Na. I Ii pg of religion, not belief In any committee was hearing Georgia area. Sunday Service
number will be handled for efficient per. pies, will attend the ninth an' >ne sect, State School Supt. testimony on proposed amend Holy Communion 8:00: a m.

sonal service. I'hone MI I 2-4155 or 2-2792, nual Pastor's Retreat of fie Thomas: D. Bailey said. ments to the U. S. Constitution. Family Worship, Church CHOKOL08KEBCHURCH
11th district of the Florida Bap. At the request of the House Bailey was unable to attend in, PresbyteriansSunday OF GOD
or write 3950 14th St. N. School and Sermon 1ft00 a.m.
Naples. tlst Convention April 27-29 at Judiciary Committee, Balle j person. To Hear Sunday School 10 a.m.

.... -- Avon Park. i tent a two-page statement of Bailey said there was general WednesdayHoly Morning Worship 11 a..

..........---.....................--.. agreement among educatorsthat Tracy SpencerThe Communion, 9:30 a.m..
nmmnimmimiiftiuMiiimtwMiwimmmmimiiitimiiiuiinunuiiinmiHnii n- uiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' iimiiiiiiiiii.; It was the responsibility of Holy Days

the schools to develop mor. Reverend Tracy DaySpen. Communion at 8:00: a.m. MJ.1tCO' cnuj CTt OF GOD

al principles In children for their cer, minister emeritus of the Ira D. HaaeocB, pesS!

sound growth and development. First Presbyterian Church, will Morning Worship 11 a.n.
'There Is abundant evidence conduct the service of this con. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Evening Worship 7:18' pj

( CordialiJ SnvitclRichards that our founding fathers believed gregation on Sunday morning at CHURCH OF NAPLES
C:
oif rc
that these moral principles\ --and'the 9:30 a.m. Reverend Spencer will Third Ave., So. & Sixth St.

liberties which grow out of speak on the topic;. "Practical ReT, John W. Stump GOODLAND MISSION

these principles have their origin Faith". Sunduy School > 9:30: am. OF OUR 8AVIOUF

I in God," he wrote. The First Presbyterian Churchwas Services on Sunday Sunday School, I 9 a.m.

Roofing Service to Aft tClletI C 'h If the schools were silent organized on March 25,1952, 9:30 a.m. Rev. Richard T. Los_
Mona Ml a...., NsplM / rei.I 1 about religion the effect wouldbe and under the leadership of Rev

; to make them an antireligious erend Spencer soon became one ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC3rd

I Sunshine HardwareVour .. factor In the community, he of the leading churches Naples. St. & 10th Ave., So. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Compl t. Hardwar ttor. '., added. Reverend Spencer has been retired -
L. Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue
t' .Father Bernar4 Hickey
.
.' Ml (IN Av.. a*. a"'i.,. /" .",,, !,, ..., .. .. .: f ? GIokc ; ..... ..'.. .. -k1t1'lmloIeduc... since December 31, 1961. Sunday Masse 6.8-WOJI Minister Wallace Enrirei

Naples Rexall Store- ,. .. 4. dttir: ,.". .. ., lion perpetuate' to"tht( and United! Improve States JL!%the Jo weekdays 7 a.m. only Bible Study .Wed,, 8 p.m.

Confessions: Saturday Minister School Fri. 7:30:
100 llh Av*. t e. of life he said. p.lII.
American way Sikes 4 to 5 p.m. and '7 to 8 p.m. Service Meeting Fri. 8:30: pony.
"If Is to be done educa. Airs
,
The Bank of Naples tlon must help develop In our Sunday School 0 a.m. Public Address Sunday 5:30 pm.

Growing with N.pltt and These Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church children the fundamentals nec. Confraternity Class of Watch Tower Study Sun 6:45 p.m
Cotter County Sine* l"4'" Christian DoctilncMondays
M.mbF.DIC.I and Community by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. essary for their social, political ut 7'JO:: p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN
economic and spiritual well-be View Over CHURCH OF NAPLES.

Hartley's Variety Store ing. Mandarin Dr. Coquina Sands
feel that too often have EAST NAPLES
S4 Ninth Strnt, Smith "I we MinisterDr.
--- failed to give sufficient quid BAPTIST CllURCHshadowlawn
Rod
Bob's Pastry Shop ,,-- ance and encouragement In the i Prayer Bane Ave., East Naples Bible. School er Nooe 9:45 a.m.

I IIS Slh (I. N.. MI J-1710 area of spiritual and moral values < Rev Ledita BsrfO, Paster Church Service 11 a.m.
Froih Btlitd Goods Duly" ," said Bailey.
He said that confusion In th i I WASHINGTON (AP) The Sunday Choir: Practice Wednesday '7:30:
Federal t In ..choollcentered ban official Sunday School 1000: am.Moininf Vesper service 6 Suntay
Naples Savingsand matter of religion the i Supreme Court on p.m.

loan Association r about the meaning ol I r school prayers was seen today Worship 11:00: am. CHURCH OF CHRIST
"teach to believe" and "study t i, a House member as part of TrainingUnion 7:00: p.m.
I IGO Ith Awe., So. Ml' Mitt ,',, t# rJ understand" o"a deadly attempt to make our Evening Worship 8:00 p.m Tamiaml Trail at 14th Ave. N.

i Jim's Sunoco tor + ''' R Is the responsibility, while America officially a godless na. WednesdayMid Caarks VVharloa II. minister
vss
: Llfttim Quarantnd MuflltrtMl i the schools reinforce this teach., lion" Week Sunday

Mil or t.J47J Ncpln, '1.. A Ing through an understanding of Rep. Robert L. F. Sikes, D. Pray f Service 7:30: p.m. Bible study 10 a.m.

W* Oivt SUmpt ti American spiritual foundations. Fla., expressed that view In tes. Adult Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. Morning worship 11 a.m.

Bailey said Congress had a lemony prepared for the House Evening worship 7:30: p.m.

Naples Coin Laundry responsibility to submit an Judiciary Committee and urged NAPLES PARK WednesdayBible

aped Quinn W..".', tB t amendment giving direction to enactment of a constitutional BAPTIST CHURCH
>a Boy With amendment to reverse the KtHr 7-SO; p m.
the church. tat.
U S. Hwy II N. 4 Whitman Blvd relationship court's decision. It.,. Marlon E. Wacaser CRAC LUTHERAN

Opt I4.H..... N. Naples t problem. Sikes said religion should not Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH OF NAPLES
W. Hoe" Owner Morning 11
be confined only to the church Worship" ajn. Missouri SynodU.
Trinity SupperOn and the home Evening? Worship 7.30: pm. 8. 41 and 12th Ave, No.
Naples Furniture Co.
"I believe that religion exists; Piajer Meeting Wed. 7:30: p.m. Pastor

110 N.. Ttml.ml Trill WednesdayTrinity everywhere, and that it shouldbe i Rev George W. Prke

BB Id Specialties /' By TheCove church will\ recognized everywhere" he FIRST METHODIST Sunday School 9 '.m.

Trail North Ml' 1-JJ50 hold a dish supper at the Parish i said. "And I consider it pirtlcu. CHURCH OF NAPLES Chinch Service 10.30: am.

Plywood Doors Buildtrt Hdwo Hall on Wednesday, April 29, larly important in these days, First Avenue, S. A Fourth St. Holy Com"V tt!>!i'Mi.

Ie"'... ftultwin Dish*, Luck. Serving will begin at 6:30 p.m,, when teaching In the home is| Putor: Rev. Harry C_Parham Flist Sunday each Month

All families and visitors are i so often neglected, that religious' .
Sunday Worship 11 am.Sun.
lamplighter Cafeteria Invited to alt nd and bring a dish i education be implemented in Eve Worship Sere at 7:30' CHURCH
Downtown U... 41 to. to be shared with everyone pre., public schools and public FIRST CHRIST
Sunday School 9:45: '.m.
at 4.Cornofi N.plo.. U,. se>.t. places" SCIENTIST
---- .L yr.V7N The church will provide cot Sikes' testimony continued the Junior Intermediate and Central Avenue at 6th Street

C. A. Anderson fee, milk, rolls butter and des., barrage by House members in Senior Fellowship 6 p.m. Sunday Service 11:00: a.m.

'Interior, & anterior sert. Mr and Mrs Donald Jones support of various proposed Prayer M.etlneWednesd.y Sunday School 11:00: a.m.
,
Painting at 8
D.coratingWailp.prm1 and Mr and Mrs. Norman Turn., amendments to permit prayersand pm. Wed. Evening Meeting 8 p.m.

PtI.... Ml' II71I F.D. Box er will be hosts for the occasion. Bible reading in the schools. Reading Room (20 Path St.
Niplom, Florida' n'tNIt i h b\ Nearly two dozen have testified ST. LEO'SCATHOLIC Monday thru Friday 10-4 p.m.
W
Methodist VSCSTo since the hearings began CHURCHIgll
Friday evening 7 tn 9 .
p.m.CHURCH
Marathon Dredging Corp. Wednesday and only one, Rep. Building corner of

Marino Contlruction and Hold General John W. Davis, rGa., ex. Good>\in Street and the Trail OF GOD
Land Dvlopm G 0 D pressed approval of the Su. Bonita Spring Cor. 10th St. 4 11th Ave., N.

Ml I-4MI Naples. Fl.rld., Meeting MondayA preme Court's prayer and Bible Father Joseph E. Beaumont Rev David Lanier

reading decisions Sunday Masses 7:30, 9.30: a.n' Sunday School 10 a.nt.
Trail general meeting of the
Builders
Supply Committee members who Confession Prior to Morning Worship 11 urn
W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist
Company Church will be held at 10 o'clock have raised numerous questions S'''''sy MassesMMOKALEE Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm.
N.piea. about the constitutional dlfflcuU Tuesday Payer Meeting
Fiends THE CHURCH FOR ALL Monday morning at the church. (
ties Involved In the
problemwere 7:30: .
ALL FOR" THE CHURCHThe "Where Does a Christian : FIRST pm.Thuisdav
West Coast chided
Furniture Thursday by Rep. YPE 7:30 p.m.
her Time"
Volunteer Spend will
BAPTIST CHURCH
Complete Inttrion' Church is the gre.itnl: Every gardener knows human cannot be substituted the of the Craig Hosmer, R-Calif., for
Me *h Avo. So. ingenuity subject program, in "tilting at windmills" Pastor Rev U E. Daniel
Naplot. Fla. factor of on character earth for and the building for the miracle of growth God's( secret is God's charge of Mrs. F.A. Weiss. Cof. Hosmer saiL all Congress had A'orship 11 a m. A 7:30 p.m.BONITA EMMANUEL: LUTKEKU

Charles R. LeBuff '. It is a storehoun goodcilizemhip But he knows, too, that wild growth means wilderness. ved.tee and doughnuts will be ser. to do was remove any prohlbU SPRINGSASSEMBLY CHURCH OF NAPLES

Cabinet Shop of spiritual tftlue. Without tlon that may exist to religious OF GOD (LC.AM.iin
cultivation makes
Detail Cablnctt Furnilura.pair a strong church neither Only a garden.So exercises in public schools and! Rev A. P: Hewie Mt, Bow Line l lin >

Antique Roproduction' democracy nor civilizationcan he works with God. And the result is beauty, fruitfulness Baptists leave it to local authorities to Sunday School 10 ..m. the Mooring

4t llth, St. to. MI I-iaSI wrist' There are four abundance. deal with any problems that Morning- Worship 11 a.m. Paten t>,. Harlaad D. Fs*..
sound reasons why every Adopt New Time may arise. Evening Service 7.30: p.m.Prayer Sunday School 9
Jimmie Gibbs person should attend smursregularly What the man with the green thumb practices in his "But it's not as simple as Meeting Wed. I ,.m Church Service 1/:30..nl./ a.m.

Ploiurlns t Masonry Contractor sad support the back yard the Church inspire across the whole expanseof Ftfr ServicesMembers that," said Chairman Emanuel
Phone Ml a.".. chimh. They are: lit( ) For his Celler, D.N.Y.
"there are
of the First Baptist many
human FULL GOSPEL
the
effort cultivation of souls the
sake. ) For
own (Ill his ihil. Church of Naples have approveda different kinds of prayers and 'CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Van Der Veer dren's suke. tll: ) For the sake realization of our spiritual potential. Working with God new schedule of church ser. different versions of the Bible. COMMUNITY CHURCHRev

Music Centerompleo of his community and nation What do YOU think life is meant to be? vices effective the first Sunday A school board may prescribe Don Paulson pastor Now meeting Masonic Temple
((4)) For the sake of the church North On The Trail
a Bible Rev George Paulson,
: Instruction DepartmentIn In May. prayer or a that are oh.
which needs his Wilderness? Or the of God !
itaelC. moral : Garden
any InotrwmootSHUT < Sunday School will meet at 9:30 JectlonabU to some parents. aaaiatant pastor Rev. Oscar McCollum
MUSIC DIPT I and material support Plan) Jofn( os'at Church next SundaY I /j ; J
: a.m. and training union at 6:30 Dominion Dr., Avalon Estates
church
to I
m tin M. N. MI t-eau to (o regularly COLLIiBUSOhio-
Morning worship will be SundaySchool 10 a.m.
and read your Bible dally.1IIIU111111I11111JIIIUIIIUlnIIIIIlWlIUtIIlIWIIIIIII, Copyright a964. 1Galw AdvMUiry; Son""'., I...... 8urtsiry. V. p.m. South NaplesSunday
at 10:30: a.m. and evening wor. State University recently observed School 10 a.m.
ship at 7130 the ISih of Worship Service 11 a.m.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday p.m. anniversary Morning worship IT a.m.
Psalms Matthew Matthew John Ephesians 11 Corinthians Coloallanl its Religious Affairs Center Bible Classes er30 p.m
Naples Laundry & Yemen has official The Sunday evening 7 }un.
104:14.24 b:13.20: 13:36-43: 10:31-39: 4:4-16 6:1.11: 1:1).20 no director is Milton D.
Cleaners, Inc. I cy. Eighteenth century Maria .Lean, appointed in 1948. His Wed prayer service 7:50 pm. Evening Service 7:30 p.m.

... Theresa Ihslers from Austria treated after the ,. ,
INS A.... a. MI I-MM are post was on --
"0.* Day Sofvl. Ay.lUW used. Worth shout one dollar and versily'a trustee approved a NOTE': This dirrrlorjr will ipprar regularly tack weep lar

locally called rijsU, ihrv are recommend.iti thus li arson
the NEWS. All rkiLrkn ia lh e" nly are urged U phase. *r
: / / / I/IUllllllllllllllllllIUIIIIIIIIIIII/IIII""lIIlhlllU111/11/ I / "" / 111/1111111/11/ /[ still minted n Vienna and dated VlK.T b, '1.ll'd' work with
WO. OSl and the in, us "itv.. eras la say change or eerreet ions aa they oreer.





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fashioned In alike manner.wlzh

'''- more benefits ours just for the
W 11111 &4t .k! taking. In a way. It's like a

: I.P > game with the cards stacked
li
1' Bv Sue Glover In our favor. We get free fu

LineBY MI 7-6077 more than we put Into It.

Bow .{ You can tell the season is tratlon. Mrs. Lowe closes by

k over In many ways but when saying that even though they

NOM1E ROGERS the motels begin to advertise get two local papers there.they NY World Fair

I ---YM. summer rates you know It's really enjoy getting their Naples -

Folk leaving Naples Land. reel spinning, the dog r; really over. The workmen on paper Crowd Up After

Yacht Harbor this week for the I they jo out and PRESTO. 1m the Tamtaml Trail are doinga
Summer are: Hugo t Nell Kaiser :fish for breakfast + real good job of tearing up BEST WISHES
for Wllllamsburg, Va., to visit a While talking with folks I (Just seems that way) because Mrs Cleone Bryan who liveson Rainy OpeningNEW
niece then on to their home inColumtus I not seen In a coon's age, they have to Install drain Connecticut A venue has been
Ohio; and Ernie and :le Tooke and I were age first but I've run out of confbird to Naples Community YORK (AP-The New
Hazel Holmes; Spread Eagle :tog about a New Years part ways to avoid the mess and my Hospital for same time and we York World's Fair, making a

Lake. WI. had out at Bradley farms car always looks like It Just certainly hope that her condition spectacular recovery from and open.ing.day civil*
It looks so easy the way these out there bad weather
horses
I had my she
the will improve soon so
made several rounds at
folks move around just clos, most 14 years ago, and as rights clamor has earned the
track. I hear can return home to be with her
buggy of the most Im.
swamp
up their biz coach,have Bill back joined our group we all endorsement
In the travel trailer, then they we should all get together rumors (well founded) that the family. portant of all critics, the cus
Just transfer the clothes and rrOe real soon. stock car track on Radio Road The workers In the Vacation tomer.
' eerie they need and away they Was very surprised, while will begin operation In about Bible School at the East Naples The exposition was lauded by
(o, to their homes up north or to ring to Bonita Beach Sunday m ( another week. And a new bake Baptist Church are meet at some two dozen persona polled
tour the country until time to see that the causeway was ry has opened In the Trail the church each ay at random Thursday on the fair

come back to Naples again It ready under construction. front building In Naples South. morning at o'clock for a study grounds.
makes me kind of itchy to try hope we get the county park GooJ luck to the operators course. More workers are Attendance climbed from
It once as I can think of dozensof Vanderbilt Beach. With all it should a convenienceIf needed and volunteers will be Wednesday's opening-day 92,696
places In the mountains whereI folks moving to Naples prove to 163,252 Thursday The relatively
new i find time to welcomed.
could park one side of water need all the beach we can ever stop low attendance Wednes.
fall with some good books and doa How about doing me a when I fly by. day was attributed to civil
whale of a job of relaxing fora huh? I entered a contest to Mrs. Meese Ellis Jr. of HARMONY SHORES NEWS rights demonstrations, which
couple of weeks. to win a race horse, so Royal Palm Hammock has returned Winter residents of Harmony y had been announced In advance .
"Ho Hum" better pinch myself your fingers crossed. Yeah, home. after being, con Shores leaving for their north- and to the chill rain.
or I won't ever finish this column. know BUI won't let me keep Morgan 12 a student at Lake Park fined to the hospital In Sara- ern homes this week area Mr More than 300 persons were
Jimmy ,
Grace Haun tells me that she out here but surely one of of the sky, sou. She arrived home Tuesday and Mrs. Charles Alexander arrested for demonstrating in
and Gil leave for Kenosha Wig. '' with his impressionistic painting and or around the 646-acre fair site
,need a good lawn mower In and we hear she Is doing Mr. Mrs. Joseph Palmer
Thursday. Had a letter from Jess yard and I Just might throw won first prize in the Naples Art Association Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamber In Flushing Meadow Park.

and Les Thomas saying they are the fertilizer, free. )' 100 paintings and water colors were en wcU.Mrs.. Shirley Berry Fred lain. Mr and Mrs. Guy With- Many of the patrons polled
rived home and after saying"hello"took The public view the children's display Thursday spoke of the educational .
may rick Street was the luncheon erell. Mr. and Mrs Charles
value of the dozens of
off for Toronto to
attend the big wedding but are now MORE GRIPES... p.m. at the Woman's Club building. guest Thursday of Mr.and Mrs. Cartwright Mr. and Mrs.JKenner government and Industrial pa
back home at 7923 CommerceRd. I hale to do this to you, (NEWS photo) Robert Huckabee of Gullford Mr. and Mrs. Sam I vUlons.
I have a couple of more Ac Beall. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt "There worthwhile
Union Lake, Mich. They Skyline Tops res. are many
send a "hello" to all the folks In Some time ago we were Grlffen. Mr. and Mrs. George exhibitions," said Dante Ger
the Harbor. for a write-in vote on HOME AGAIN Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Fred manotta of Walpole, Mass. "It
Say Is there Rainmaker In the voting age to 18. Now I and Mrs. speaks well of the technology of
a Show Mrs. Milburn Pierce of Avalon Rufener. Mr. Harry
the house? Something's gulls sure these people can read Youngsters Estates came home this Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Welton our society."
If there Isn't
give before lung or we will all newspaper. so, week after several O'Bannon. and Mr. and Mrs Others remarked about how
a days
that do not stay
day by we
look like those brown,musk ballswe goes far a dollar went, and still oth
of a boy or girl who has not at Naples Community Hospital Eugene Lundeen. And with all
and eat.
used to find in the woods, ers praised the resting
remember? Light as feathers called on to make a snap Then Turn Nancy Is a very dear person to the folks who leave each week ing accommodations, a great
but filled with nothing but dust. slon as to traffic, us and we're happy to hear do you know there's still a lot point of dissatisfaction at the

Now I have a new worry I pedestrian or even whether that she Is doing well. Love of folks left at Harmony Shores,, 1939-40 New York World's Fair.
am afraid we won't be able to not to join In a school For Adult Efforts and best wishes for a quick Mr. and Mrs. Caleb MosVej A few complained of long
send as much money abroad this I believe we agree that recovery. Nancy. left this week to visit relatives waits to get into some of the
... ...
year, to help the poor folks over majority of these young Mrs. Dill Grant and daughters In Ohio and plan to be gone several larger pavilions, and others suggested .
there to dislike us for being so are just not ready for all ; 3. Bill Coldie. Hon. t the Woman's Club on Park Streetn will take advantage of their months. restaurant prices could
rich and showing off. Know as they will take chances just I mention Ralph Barks c Sunday, April 26, from 3 to holiday from school to spend Miss Ellen Armstrong has be a bit lower.
why? Cause I read wherewe we did at their age. \ Billy Hamm. I J p.m. so that the public may returned to her home In Bath The New York State Pavilion
should not be asked to today In Fort Myers.
have spent some $40,000 to they 1 view the annual Chlldrens Art was dedicated by Gov. NelsonA.
Winnie Fredrick of Maine, after visiting a week a!
these added Mrs.
on ;
proved that rablts are color. ANOTHER CONTEST i Show, Rockefeller. Also dedicatedand
blind. Now s1p't that ar+pnethm') Let them have those boy Following the presentation of Fredrick Street returned home Harmony Shores wltli her rather formally opened Thursdaywere

Ken and I enjoyed the warm hOle girl years to become better !; a contest was held by this week after an enjoy able two and grandmother, the Korean Pavilion and

pltallty of Peg and Dick Pitt man justed to adult problems. I George Rogers assisted by a Hospital ReportADMITTED weeks In Sarasota the Jordanian PavlUon, where
at their lovely home on the Im. sure they have plenty of 1 of Naples teachers,with Wehadi very nice letter from PALM TREE PHILOSOPHY I]I king Hussein of Jordan offl
perlal River last Sunday. Now own. Speaking of the high and children making pic. Mrs,G.E. Lowe of East Naplesand 1 heard loud tapping this morn. elated
there Is a couple who know how of teenage auto accidents, | I .. using several different 4-15 *EdwardGrlff1n,Mlude Murfreesboro, Tenn. She Ing. It came from the direction ., A small army of workmen
to shake off the tensions and back up a few feet and 1 .. Adults judged the Ztgman Suzanne Morris, says they recleve the Collier of a tree across the street. continued construction at sec.and
problems of the week by spend. er a parent after they buy I .' pictures with the fol. Elizabeth Tomllnson. Norma County News by mall and are I grabbed my binoculars I eral pavilions and other build
Ing their weekends sitting frontof child his or her first ] I results. with went out to "bird watch". Hi I ings.
enjoying keeping
BlscheU Naples
a bonfire on the river bank and Do they teach them the :; First prize Sue DftLand; se.ond up such that 1 watched .
was a beauty
TomlJoCarlee.KatherlneSmallwoodCatherlneU and East this
watching the sunsets. Why, they of traffic, rights of others I Ramona Williams third 4.18 Naples through
'til I was almost late fo r FrightenedVoman
even relax while fishing they above all,courtesy toward : I Turner, >- column. She reports that next
set their poles, leave the dog out, who tries to help them? I am Adults' pictures which were baugh Virginia Butz. year they don't plan to leave work. It was a redheaded wood': Costs Bandit $10
then go to bed. A fish sets the fraU not, so what do these | : by children and awarded 4-17 Donald MlUlron,Lyyll Naples as early as this year. pecker and he was a real beauty I woman's
.tUrf drivers of scooters | I weret tint. Mrs Betty Uurtamo, William Yeoman, The weather there has been As I watched the bark fly I I DETROIT (APA
FEA autos do? They park all i : ; second Mrs Nick Mln. Annie Llndsey,Julio Camacho, cold and rainy. The Lowes couldn't help but think how nature ', fright cost a would-be bandit

DelegatesIn the entrance of theaters I ; third Mrs Robert Koch. Mary Whatley. are planning to spend the last Is patterned. The woodpecker ., $10 Ordering Thursday.a pound of baloney

Secret Ballot places of business; ride on OK".Q' Rogers presented awards to 4.18 Rome Mines, Paul two weeks of June and pan of drills and builds nesi< and offering a $10 bill, the man
walks where there are old of both groups, the trunk' of dead tree
In a ,,
Brlnkley. Buttle Lawson, Mary July In Naples as she says, tricked grocery store operator
and little children or There will be Open House at
On IntegrationMIAMI ; after batch of
then a
Walker George Iglnatoff so the children and grandchildren young Madeline Alula into opening the
worse, do tricks and weave .
BEACH (AP) Some and out while riding In the a 4-19 Dorothy Loorwy. can see and enjoy Napes um are raised off, the sgolrreI cash register Then he pointed
4,000 'delegates to the Florida This leaves only' Panhellenic Group Phyllis Dukeshlre Nettle Watkins The Lowes moved to 'Naples comes along to use the I a gun.
you : ,
Education Association annual Christina Rives Roman this winter and bought a love nest for his winter stop Mrs. Alula 57, screamed andls
choices stop car
: your
convention were expected to they are off the road, shut i To Be EntertainedBy Gaona. Mildred Mobley. ly home In East Naples Mr. house. The entire universe I ran out holding his IIP bill.

cast secret ballots Saturday eyes and hit 'em or else, as 1 Mrs! CrittendenOn 4.20-Phyllis Abbey Michael Lowe recently retired from the
whether to approve Integrationof many of us do slow \ Jones, Joe Brown. James Mur Civil Aeronautics Admlnls- Friday, April 24, W4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3
the organization. beep the horn to let the : Sunday, May 3, from 2 to phy Charlene Graham Edward

Delegates association of the will 40,000.mem.ber decide on know we are behind them ] p.m. Mrs. Frank M.Crittenden Ellis,Brent Byrne,Eloise Mar- -- ---- PM PMIMul all"'_1
Into entertain the Greater Na
don't want to run lowe.
the removal of the word "white" .. Council and all
what Panhellenic
But now. happens ] Linda
4-21 Norman
from their charter This Payne,
would do this who are in. .
When you they I I ; girls
have the effect of allowing Negro Henry Clyde Walker. Wiley
around, make faces, ask ]I: in sororities at her
educators to join the FEA. Cunningham Josephine Nunez.
2200 Lane Na
why you are so dumb or Forest ,
Most Negro teachers and less nice remarks and

school administrative personnelin to fan out so that you i!! ; ples.Assisting hostesses will be DISCHARGES
Florida belong to the Florida pass until they want to let ]I II Evelyn Cook, Mrs. Kay 4-15 Gloria Marshall and
Teachers Association, a Negro just wonder If there i I and Mrs. B.F, Thor. baby boy, George Ahern Keith
counterpart of the F EA. be bicycle classes during Kay, G.B. Adams, EvangellneCavazos. I
The FEA's resolutions com summer and then If the I i ; ; Panhellenlc does not carry on .
mlttee voted Thursday to go on ones were started out |I kind of "rushing." The pur 4-16 Florence Moore, Suzanne
record in favor of amending they would be better drivers I I: of the party Is to acquaint Morris Deny Lambert
the U.s. Constitution to permit ter on. We always had I I girls with the Naples-area lantne
Harden-
Bonnie Greene E EI
"the practice of nonsectarian but one of the hardest women, who represent v
devotions In the public schools" I ever got was because I i ; colleges and universities bergh Walter Hamilton Caro- I
The committee said It would ed my bike against a ; ; the country. line Lowe.
ask the full convention to en. bor'i gate I also had to AU girls who are Interested In.ororltles 4-17 Katherine Sm.llwood. 4HERE'S
dorse such an amend ment two miles to school that i and who would like Tom! Jo Carlee and baby girl

Saturday. We need to be taught to I]! attend the party should call Norma Gomez, Norma Blschel, HOW FLORIDA'SSPESSARD
Jack France c Om m I t tee ber not only ourselves, ; ; .. Don Berry 2.2708. Mrs Julia Corning. Eva Alger
chairman said the resolution others. ;! ; will then send them an Phyllis Johnson. L.
did not have unanimous commit.tee My other gripe Is the way i! to the party. 4-18 Virginia Outs and baby
support but was carried bya
many folks pull across a ] Vernon
girl Montgomery,
clear majority.A traffic lane on a 44ane I: EllzabethTomlUuonKatherlne HOLLANDSTANDS
to block all the other cars ; Shower Honors
delicious dough for turnovers Anderson Annie Llndsey
stead of! pulling In at an i!
II i made by combining: a and using the pullout : ; Lola Esther Weeks,Julio Camacho ON MEDICAL CARE
cup: of flour with half a cup: of the other lane. Perhaps JerniganMiss Catherine Lobaugh.

butter and from three to four nice Patrol officers could Lola Ann Jernigan,bride. 4-19 Dorothy Looney,Harry FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENS
or cheese:
ounces: cream:
_- diagram In the papers i; ; elect of Richard A. Bishop, was Bauer, Edward Griff, Louise
a while showing the proper i! honored with a shower at the Calmes, Bun Lawson.
SpringSHOE cedure. I Lions Den Tuesday nlfht. Host 4-20 James Murphy, Chon Senator HollonJ itronjly' sup those who hove the .need It Is financed

were Mrs. Clyde Bishop, Rodriguez Jr., Roman Gaona medical ci.i.lonte to Flor and administered by our
RECOGNITIONNow 4 Mrs. Ed Gallops and Mrs. Side Mary Whatley. ports
I feel better and ney Skipper. The color schemeof 4-21 Henry DeWUde, ida' senior'eltisse. states with large Federal support
to prove every dog has his : ; ; white yellow and green was Michael Jones, Joe Brown Our entice Florida; delegation in
SALE I have always wanted : carried out in the decorationsand
real (BIG) or unusual to <: refreshments Games were Phyllis Dukeshlre Marlon Two proposal have been of. Congress voted for the Kerr-Mllls

on my birthday and finally I I played and prizes won by Mrs. Wright Norman Payne Mary and the approach. Our state legislature
Medicare
48 Pro to get my wish THE Brown, Mrs. Tommy Lan. Francke, Maude Zlgman. Mildred fered .
ING OF THE WORLD'S F I ; caster Miss Sheryl Hodges end Mobley and baby boy, Kerr-Milli approach. Medicare approved it for a two year period

LOAFERSJtroktn That should be a big enough. 'Miss Marilyn Pickles Door Phyllis Abbey. as did 36 of our stores and terri
to pleas anybody, and prize was won by Mrs. Joyce offer only limited hospitalization

slits, blk. and of being (BIG) want to Williams. BIRTHS and It financed by additional So. tories.
a boo-boo I made last week. shins attending were M... 4-18 Mr. and Mrs. Winston
bra A eht.
hU nice dinner and club house dames Betty House, Homer Lee D. Carat baby girl. ciol Security taxes adminIstered We ore committed as a state

NOW Reg.ONLY.95 In give Naples) Park Please Lendry.Clyde Rutledge, James DupreeRuby WIUlam.,Ralph Jern. .4-17 Bum Mr, and Mrs. AclleK. by the Federal Government. It and nation to try the Kerr'.Mlll4coven
baby
,
Did you ever have days lan. Bob Black girl. rich and If
Ruth Coldlng, 4.20 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph all old persons, approach for two year
6.95 you wondered why In heck ) Becky Bishop, Frances Coldlng,
were born? Just read : Pat Bryant Jo Ann Heath, Ann Mobley Jr., baby boy Mr. poor but does not cover doctor change ore necessary, wt can

Black or Brown"W1NGTIP" some Fat". of Nothing us are personal"Born to, Dupree set. and Mill Etta Mae Fus. boy.and Mrs. Lyle G. Abbey, baby bills On t.'e other hand, Kerr make them to onure adequate

understand Mill covers both hospital and medical aiiiitonce to our older
Today I would like to give
a lesson In Hebrew by i NAPLES doctor bills: and protects only citizens

***. NOW M. Brown. The Hebrew FLY .
7195Luggage30 bet had no vowels or MIAMI j SPfSUlO L HOLLAND .", ef, the $.nah.Member.f Joint Urnti -
UM ONLY tlon. All the letters were a Member the Sen- Agriculture and Fereitry ,mitt. en reduction elate

together. If you can guess Appropriations CoreC.mmlfee, ".,.....ntlal Federal a.
to 40% orrPedro's the vowels go, what they : ."ditur.*.
New Year Round Schedule mitt; **. ,
and how to divide the Daily
you will find this .. e Member of the Atronou- e Member!>> ef the Senate (ntttcl Unuum r.Ulical f
Exod. 20t 24. Naples To Miami and Space Science Democratic Steering I let., ..*.. Wh.Commit

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bt soBar{ ; HAL BOYLE



FRIDAY APRIL 24, 1964
t Ufdldn e, you that first chance. Well, a lot;
NEW YORK AP) -
(
of people gave me first

I : ., Why_ A Letters To Editor Column? big t Ed exactly Begley begin tut at It 62 bright.foi.. chances Begley."feels he Inherited hit

ened
considerably ambitions from his bth.t .
lasi 1 t acting
For that age
It at
Frpm time )to time: particularly after policy requirements of the paper are year that he was finally reached the, er, t Kerry County Irishman

publication of a letter exposing an printed regardless of how much we l. ''.1 Olympus of the theatrical pro r. Conn.who ,migrated and became to a Hartford hod car.,

opinion that Isn't very popular at the moment disagree with them he felt much better Award fesslon.for He his won role an as Academ Southen]i rler.

'!) many people ask us, "Why do you Actually, in that particular case the political boss In the film version, "My father could mimic an)
such letter writer felt his 4 of the Tennessee Wllllami play,, dialect and knew hundreds of
print silly letters? was, we wrong in songs and stories. He loved to
/ "Sweet Bird of Youth"Somewhat
Well, the answer is quite simple. The opinion of our friend. But the writer I IHF dazed, clutchlnf entertain people-for the fun he

letters column Is open to anyone wishingto probably felt just as strongly that he was the Oscar excitedly, Ed Begle gy]; got out of It."
Ed school in the fifth
express an opinion that Is not libelous, right and he was willing to sign his did acceptance an unusual speech thing.he In thank a brie:I( grade.quit He worked tor car

lascivious or lewd and which the writerIs name to what he believed. of all people--the agent wh<> nlvals fairs, and small clr .

willing to sign.Frequently People rich or poor, brilliant or had gotten him the role. cures They gave m\ii a roughr
) j The gesture was typical r but educational experience of'
we disagree completelywith stupid, right or wrong are entitled to : ExPFItavT Begley, one of the kindest ambesUlked I life.

the thoughts or opinions expressedIn an opportunity to express what THEY performers In shoe r Radio proved his first big

letters, just as do many of our readers think about things, people and events. business. stepping stone to fame. During
"Gratitude the 1930s and early 1940s he
means a ver y ap.
but this is no reason to deprive the An idea or thought that may seem ridiculous great deal to me," he said al t: peared on more than 12,000 pro.

letter writer of the right to express them. or even outrageously comical, today lunch the other day In a booming ., grams. He was doctor, detective

Freedom of speech has not yet been tak. may eventually prove to be both brilliant r. voice that made waiter i gangster anything the pro.
required.
snap to attention 20 feet away gram
,
en from us and never will if it is and practical. sl They turned, stared, the i In 1947 he went to Hollywood

zealously protected and guarded by all One should remember that Edison's smiled at Begley a seam-faced,,, and acted in 21 pictures In four
craggy. eatured man who look i years He also has starred In
of us. electric light idea was considered impractical like a gentle grizzly bear. half a dozen Broadway hits, '75

One good friend recently became Darwin's theory was considered "I have been helped by so I i or more television shows, and

mildly Incensed because a 'letter was silly. And just remember how misunderstood : : many people along the way made several phonograph al.
: They say someone) has to give bums.BSNESS.
published In which the writer said some Einstein's theory of relativity r
4
uncomplimentary things about him. He used to be.Voltaire.

was under the Impression that only selected said: "I 1 disapprove of what W AH: ..'r tNA; D:

letters are published and that you say, but I will defend to the death .ti .Jf

we deliberately chose to publish the one your right to say it" U'S"MA'lt,

uncomplimentary to him because we That about sums up why this news 'IJ'Ic;;::;:I .OlIo n.;.. ..1. :W $ H : l : :

"had something against me." After it paper has a letters to the editor column
.. .
was explained that all letters the '. ::: .. ::' .. There now' emanate out vl lug fui'crd to be content with a
meeting : : '.. t.:1re: :::t",_: .
L' < cl Chevrolet instead of Cadillac
... ':; 6? Washington a great plethora a
? figures on the subject of unemplojment To others. poverty means
I'' Vote For Whom You Please, But. and alto the need fora having enough to eat. Here
TheWorld war on poverty. Some of again Is a wide area where information .
these computations tie nujhly Is needtd
Florida football fans remember well but this does not seam proper Justifica. TodayBy box car In scope cce

the name of "Jimmy" Kynes. He played tion for taking out another good man sea If unemployment and pover
Jaires Moslem.Assoelated But perhaps It !I. moat 1mp.rt..t Iv Is due to shiftlessness; If l|
both football and baseball at the University namely, Jimmy Kynes where in many a county there Press la. .,, it due to a fondness for slay.Inc .
of Florida and captained the Gator Collier Countians who have made up DON'T BET are two, three and maybe 10 i bear In mind I t T, In a foe with the aid of
Republicans.Both the sad rate! cheap potent, practically tax.
grid team in 1949. their minds for whom they want to vote Editor, Collier County News: Holley and Cramer are WASHINGTON (AP) Two of the government free fortified wine; If It Is due

Since that time, James W. Kynes Jr In the Attorney General race pleasego If Representative Charles R. from St. Petersburg both are stories on the same day may slall.tl-[ to a c omplete lark of Individual
Holley, minority leader of the ardently for Goldwater, and both seem Ironic to American allies clan wise cu I Idrewsed responsibility, that It one thing
established an office in Ocala for the ahead as planned. To those who have Florida Legislature, wins the are winners. Even if Goldwater and the Communist world but On the other hand. If It Is due

private practice of law. He was then not made a decision may we recommend Republican nomination for gov. fails to make it at the convention, make sense to the Johnson ad while seeking el! to a lack of opportunity, that
ernor on May 5, and I/Congress ministration.This t. wad.acro. Is an entirely different matter
don't bet that won't see s "
appointed executive assistant to Governor you
James W Kynes Jr .. a river -
man William C. Cramer wins a Republican In the governor'schair one Thursday *
Bryont. The same holds true in the Public place on the Republican National come November a very Undersecretary of State with an]| If the majority if the un

When Attorney General Ervin was Utilities Commission race. Chairman Ed Committee and his slate of dele personable lawyer named George Ball told U.S. allies that averagedepth .fthr.e C.w.Mardee employed and poverty stricken
gates pledged to Barry Gold- Charles R. Holley. selling locomotives to Cuba (the arc in that position due 11 the
named to tho State Supreme Court, Governor Mason has done a good job. If any water wins In the election May ____ French are reported consider. feet sec lack of opportunity then It it

Bryant appointed Kynes as Attorney Collier Countian is undecided about this 26, the regular GOP organlia. Carrie Naples Bell Fla, Ing It) "would have an even It would seem logical before high time of the that nation the quit politicalforces stalling .
General. He has performed well in tlon will be cast Into limbo -or greater Impact" In support of any vast sums are voted to ,
and face facts
race may we recommend to you Ed to put It less elegantly thrownIn Fidel Castro than the recent help the poor to retrain for
that capacity since January of this year. Mason. the trash can. THANKS TO ALL sale of British buses. employment to do muny other 5C5

Kynes Is opposed by a good man, Both Holley and Cramer, have Editor, Collier County News: And this one Thursday proposed things that some A job Is only created when
.... had the Republican State Execu. The Shadowlawn PTO and the The United States Is seriously study be made of the Situation. someone hires a person With
'*:" '!' ": : :.' ;,DiW tlve Committee backing opponents Carnival Committee would like,> considering the sale of ..ynthet.I see out an employer. there ran he

t't; ;.;) j' ;:> ':':K.ivffr :d &/< :i: In the primaries and each to thank each and everyone who< Ic rubber plants to Communist A continuous year long Held no employee.5.
the situation startedthe
time Holley and Cramer have helped in any way to make our Romania, authoritative sources survey on Huge Corporate complexes.
first of the by the National
emerged victorious, and gone on Annual Spring Carnival such a. reported. Federation year of Independent automating ns rapidly an |poe.
to win their seats In the N vem. terrific success. Without this> Why would it be wrong-from Business to far seems to sibk arc not expanding their
bef..l1.eu Policy has served help we ..would jioLhavft grossed I the American view-for an allY .Indicate.that.a .great many of ranks of employti Thus ipld
tl= .H : .HH .1. three terms In the legislature and $1,448.Srahd i netted' -EfO.ar; & at: to sell Castro locomotives | but those who are unemployedhave growth by indi'pvndtiil business
Cramer has served five termsln the event. A total of 450 dinners> perhaps all right for the United no skills to over is needed! to supply jobs
Congress and Is headed for his were served at the ham and fish i States to sell a synthetic rubber cecUnanswered cec
sixth.A dinner held during the carnival.At .> plant to Romania, since both of course, arc But to long at the govern
The Better Part of Valor new Republican Congress the last PTO meeting It: countries are linked to Russia? these questions How muny of menl continues to let the spiritof
Down Main Street man, Edward Gurney of Orlan.do was voted that $300 of the above i To mix the picture up some these have the mental abilityto free enterprise which 1% the
The Supreme Court of the United States has had no help from the GOP amount be given to our library' more the Allies have sold many learn a skill How muny arc yeast that suites new employ
Dragging may be In poor taste, but gives a man the right to open his wife i brass and Mary Grizzle,of Clear. for remedial reading books for things to Communist countriesand too shiftless eec to learn a skill era to rise be hamstrung byd.lltru.tlve
who expects a fellow who has caught a letters, but It doesn't jive him the water, went on to win a place In each classroom. The balance will this country has given as. tax laws. by a
Also, when It comet to attacking Labor Relations Bureau by
big fish to go home through the alley? courage the legislature after campaigning be used during the coming yearfor sistance to Yugoslavia, sold poverty with tax mon hordes of other meddling bureaucrats -
-THCSHAMOKIN (PA.) CITIZEN -THE LANcroRD (S.D.) BUGLEOthers against them two years ago. various projects to benefit wheat to Russia, and had good ey, there has been no convincing the nation will continue .
The moral Is, If you are a the children of Shadowlawn tariff relations with Poland. studies made of the basic to have not only the poor
I Republican aspiring to office, School. The United States wants to question Involved What hi poi who deserve to be poor, but
make an enemy of G. Harold Our thanks to the Collier strangle Castro economically erty Why to there poverty also, unfortunately, the poor
Alexander of Fort Myers, who Is County News for Its excellent cov. and thus wreck him or force I cec. who do not deserve such a
says ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS"You back of the Pawley slate of un. crepe of the carnival with numer. changes in communism In Cuba. To some poverty means beMerillwi condition
pledged delegates, Tom Fairfield one articles and pictures. Our How? By a boycott shutting oft ((*)) *"',",' .t Ind.wn.lmt. Hinlnm

=- Brown, whom he named to sue. sincere thanks to the local mer. all trade with him, particularly
L ceed himself as chairman of the chants for their donations of In Items which might help him I In The News
l State Committee, and of Anthony advertising and mere andlse. survive Stamps

i Battagglla, presently on the Na. And, the thinking goes, the
I s B MHsi wB BE B sl AP Newsreafvres S SWS S S B S
Mrs. Austin G.
tional Committee. Evans harder up he Is, the more of a
There Is a reason for this odd Publicity Chairman drain he will be on U.xsla which By SYD KRONISH
state of affairs The "Young Shadowlawn Carnival 1* now estimated to be helpinghim
Eire honors the bicentenary of Wolfe Tone one of the
1. Turks" on the populous East at the rate of about $1 mil.
Coast and the St. Petersburgand lion a day. leaders of the Irish Insurrection of P98, with two new

Sarasota areas where Re. Ball said in a speech a* Roanoke > stamps of identical: design! Tone was born in Dublin in

0 publlcanlsm is strong, are sick BE A 'FRIEND' Va., the locomotives I 1763 and studied law at Dublin University He wan the
and tired of the vould help the Cuban
"Old Guard"whose economy
founder of the Society of United Irishmen, a republicanmovement :
power Is based on the com. TO YOUR LIBRARY because Its main export, sugar
\ mltteeman and committeewoman Is carried to port almost entire I whose objective wan
from each of the 67 counties, ly by rail and her railroad sys. I to unite all Irishmen regardless
L rR' I of religious persuasion, in the
,
4 tm tern Is "presently In a critical fb
".w-' .y t
o P of I fight for freedom. In 1791 he fled
pen) state disrepair"He
IL "_ explained that while Cas. I lo America and later tut France to
enlist armed for his
tro Is not a military threat to I support
remark his resemblance Pat O'Brien. ( TOM ACIS naval inlir
on to 'c.use.lltl force was
.
H.cI teiliitic vision |just now IBIIImIGA the United States It Is a Commu.
IDA MOR [ the British fleet and
there. 'cepted by
there.1 I was tailing in all lh.l dough III take it from nlst menace to Latin Americaby Tone Ik
was captured. wan
!. ITCA
.III.. g..Ioul.IUSS ....... -l.-j.....a" sows"nona'I trying to subvert govern sentenced to be hanged but diedin Stefan, the first Archbishop of
I I PLtAP.OtC.f: .
intents and set off terror cam.
ACROSS 25. before The of LppsaU who died in 1185
Blg prison execution.
game
t fA. C. [ R C 5 palgns.
I I I, Procure bunt new stamp bears a ;portrait of A.D.
Another SideThe 4. Promon 28. Myself ARC. H. 5 H V. I V A But Romania Is considered a Tone The 4 pence is black and
Tory 29. Compute 5 I A. S H [: 5 E C 0 leading example of a Commu. the 1 shilling 3 pence is blue.
President Council of Economic But government never has been able to 8. Prod 51 Knee S P U tI it 1 N AT. mist nation trying to loosen Its Collectors in this country
Advisers has estimated that It would legislate poverty out of existence and It 11. Anwla 32. Chess L 0 I tll1II L to A' T ties with Moscow and Is busily wishing first day covers may [PET DOCTORI
take till billion a year in direct aid to never wUl succeed. The history of statesin 12. SNaIght piece pursuing trade with other West. write to Irish Cachet Covers,
PAL I A Z I M U T 11 A. W. Mailer, 0.V.M,
bring all Americans up to the level of which government has exercised full forward 53. Russ em. PO II 0 ern nations.An 947 Fast 32nd Street, Brooklyn, I
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$]000 a year for .four-person family control It that the masses never are elevated 13 Fxnncl ARCS to ally might ask: U Castro V.Y. 11210. Cost of a complete
(This Is the minimum deemed necessary but rather that the misery is raute bird 3r You and I H f: R C to 0 N. A W [ cant get help from any of the leI on cover la 05.00.1

to avoid living in poverty) made uniform by depressing everyoneto 14. Indifference 36. Diamond SOLUTION Of YISTHOAr PUZZU Western nations, and therefore .
I H money alone would suffice, the bur. a common, drab level of subsistence. 17. Meadow fragment must rely more and more on India has issued a new stamp
den would not be insupportable tor the Utopia is not approached solely by passing barley 37. Fierce 50 Pitcher 3. Imitated Moscow, then wouldn't his ties 'commemorating the 104th birth'
nation. But the council voices what a law, or a dozen of them. 18. Carry out 39. Stocky 51 Arrest Mexican with Russia be strengthened in. 'day of Dr. \\ .M. IIafVine( reports -
many of us fear, namely, that to meet What li needed is an assault on the 19. Democrats 40. F.IIlenllon DOWN coin stead of weakened? the world Wide Philatelic
the problem in this relatively simple poverty of spirit too prevalent among 20. Sylvan 46. Prayer 1. Needlefish/ 7. Abstract Secretary of State Dean Rusk Agency. Dr. Haffkine, a bacteria
way "would leave untouched most of both the haves and the have-nots deity bead 2. May birth. being has acknowledged that the ologist, earned recognition for
the roots of poverty The haves must show by works, not 22. tgypl.: 47. Low caste stones 8 Rectify United States treats different. his work to discover the cause
Meageroesa cash Income Is not the mumbled recitations In church, that they skink Hindu 3. Unspoken 9 Cairn Communist countries different.ly and prevention of cholera The
only yardstick for measuring! poverty. .\ lore truly their brothers' keepers 24.0bloltle 48 Seaweed 4. Mountain fabric and he gave three reasons 'new stamp is chestnut: and plumin
great deal of interest Is directed to what The have-nots must show that they railway 49. Spill pulse past 10. \enform To encourage the individual color and shows a portrait of
has been called the culture of poverty" want fluid Communist nations toward more
opportunity to have. by earning. Dr. lUffVme The dates I860-
the way of life that depresses hope rather than want guaranteed security by 1-r r x> J 7 w wII 15 Solutions independence and Internal free 1963 appear on the borders of r
to to work out relationsor
and initiative the Michael 16. :Nests dom; try 0Q
among poor government handout while hunting the stamp in English and
Harrington, author of "The Other 20. agreements with various
excuses. il ; II Capital Devanagari. Further reports from
America lays that the poor "tend to The haves must awaken to the fact 21 Tatter Communist states to reduce the India indicate that there will be EDEAf3
be hopeless and passive, yet prone to that any blight In their smug communities 1 15tt K 22 South Seas danger of war; and to make the a stamp on May 22 honoring
bursts of violence; they are lonely and whether slums, lack of job opportunities Island expansion of communism too Raja Rammohon Roy Q My dog has ulcers on his
Isolated, often rigid and hostile" He high crime, deteriorating : .., I'I' 23. Ddl\ trod costly to be worthwhile, which eyes What can I do for him?Sue
wrote that to be poor "11 not simply'to schools li Uke the one rotten apple 26 :Not man\ li what this country hopes In the The Republic of China has George Cons, Va
be deprived of material things that spoils all the rest in the barreL I 0 Lt4 ill 27 One Scot case of Us boycott on Cuba. issued a new stamp honoring the
It is to enter a fatal, futile universe The have-nots must want to Improve 30 Poisonous But-the American atteirr4 to 100th anniversary of the birth 01Vou A. Aealcwese.yeeiedogie
President Johnson "war on poverty"pro'lim their lot, change their environment, get l"J' 110 11 : : z 1 w red get Its allies and friends to bo)'. Chm-hwei a leader of the utually the mult ef to-). part Injury
is Intended primarily to "open an education, accept help ungrudgingly.To 32. Gesture cott Castro Is far from success.' Knommlang and senior advisorto N both .," ore alfact..i, M can be merMullafanlnftcMautditaoM
wide the exits from poverty to the children be sure, definite programs of I' W1 34. Rubbish ful. The French have sold him President Chiang K.i-ahek. ,I IA, .h pHht .

of the poor" and to "enable every tangible nature need to be set up. )J J+ JS .,. 36. Cudgel about $10 million In trucks, the In addition tc: his political interests When _...IIOIIGI methods of
Individual to build bis earning power to Money must be spent, effort must be r 38. To grip British bout $11 million In bus. I .Mr. \\u.was considered healing uk... (ouch M olntmcntt) 'fail,
full capacity The proposals include expended.But IJ7 J.f J' 39 Bazaar es. Yugoslavia, Spain and MOo I great scholar and was a memberof iurg.ry It the wily. cure The op..atiOll
measures to provide jobs for "aimless, the Intangibles cannot be overlooked : 41 I'' I hi,I nuw, rocco have dealt with him. the Academia Sinics canuit el fattening a piece tl highly
hopeless youngsters," to give special aid Poverty of one sort or another 4(1 4/ 4.1 .J 44 44c mini 11 "'" eee OKutar 11_. ever (tie eye lor a ,few
to schools in economically: : depressed permeates every social and economic 41 Eggs42iresh Last month Sen. J. W. Ful. Sweden will issue at the end dayt. The ream lor *.t it Idol (if,....
areas, to provide better housing for the leveL ., : : .. bright, D-Ark., chairman of the of May a new stamp to cemIMmorale face of the eye hat very few Waed e.
poor, and to open new employment opportunities If we don't all enrich our lives spiritually 43 Rubber tree Senate Foreign Relations the 800th anniversary sale end the "natural healing It
pracett
In depressed areas we shall not make much progressin 49 ", '"/ 44 Danish Committee, said the UJ5. eeo. ,of the Archdiocese of L'ppsals very .....Iy fattening (0'. Nitwe ovor.
.The objectives idealistic In eon- nomic policy toward Cuba Is a The
are diminishing materialistic poverty.- monry' stamp will bear the old *. eye, the blood tinwlatlaw It MV
cept and we do not quarrel wiUi them. The ComnurctaWVf, (Danville, lU.) Par lime 25 mm. ., e..w.m m. U. Bird's beak failure Stefan sealwhich belonged la craatW and .hips. heal the wkor.








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Miami Cadets r Friday, April 24, 1114 (COLLIER COUNTY NEWS S

Dentist Has Transplanted Academy at Colorado Springs,

I Win CAP Wing ) (;; 89 CAP Units Colorado.The local. unit of Civil Air


95 Teeth, Mostlv. Successful Drill Event Have Finished each Patrol Thursday cadets in night Naples at 7 meets pan

PHILADELPHIA then Meuow has planted The 1964 Florida CAP at the airport. Persons desiringmore
(AP) an. Wing i information should call Don
"Well, I bad a youngster who other five teeth In the mouth ol Drill Competition was held at I Training CycleCOCOA Swenson at Z-4497 after S p.m.
was losing teeth, and another that first patient.He Patrick Air Force Base this
youngster who had too many and his associates at Phil. put weekend and was won by Lieutenant Colonel
teeth. I had to remove one for adelphla's Albert Einstein Uedl. the team from the Miami All William R. Bass, Florida Wine Thomas OwensOn
orthodontic reasons. It seemed cal Center have planted some Girl Cadet Squadron. CAP deputy Cadetsannounced
a shame to just throw It out." 95 teeth in a total of about 70 this week that a total of 89
So, Dr. Ralph R. Mezrow, 43, patients Only a few of the A total of six drill teams units of the Florida Wine bad USS Wasp
a Philadelphia dentist, decidedto transplants have failed."The representing most sections of Just 11 week
completed the first Thomas M. Owens, aviation
the leftover worst that
plant
tooth from can happen
the state performedbeforefourAtr cycle of the new cadet training structural
mechanic
first class
patient In the Is thtt t the tooth ,
one mouth of the Just comes
Force Drill Judges In a program. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
other patient who needed It. The loose. The funny thing Is that
transplant worked. if that happens, the people who four minute routine u pre The new cadet training pro. P. Owens of Immokalee ser
That was five years ago. Since had the transplant always want scribed for CAP drill compe gram Is divided into four pha.... Ting aboard the anti-submarine
to try again," Mezrow says titions. Each of the teams was Phase I has one 11 week cycle warfare aircraft carrier USS
Three types of persons usual.ly composed of 18 cadets plus a and Is basically an Introductionto Wasp presently undergoing a
r Rube Goldberg, 81, write, asking for transplants drill team leader who gave the Civil Air Patrol. Phase XI is Fleet Rehabilitation and Main
Persons who were, through drill commands. the Aerospace Academic Train tenance (FRAM) overhaul in the
To End Career As some quirk of nature, born ing section and contains six 11 Boston Naval Shipyard, Boston
without teeth and Second place honors went to week Mass.
never had training cycles. The PhaseHI
Cartoonist TodayNEW any, persons who lost teeth In the drill team from the Cen- Is Leadership Training for This type of overhaul i Is ear.
auto accidents; and persons who tral Miami Cadet Squadron and cadet officers and contains eight rled out periodically to Increasethe
YORK (AP) Rube can't tolerate dentures. the third place team was com- ? Here"Missy" 11 week cycles. Phase IV con- life and modernize the ship.
Goldberg draws his last cartoon PEDICURES ARE IN style for milady, so why not for milady's pet On completion of the FRAIL
The technique still is con. posed from several squadrons terns Itself with Advanced Lead she
today. He's 81 now and thinks DeVoe is seen receiving one from an anonymous "pedicurist" In will return to operations with
sldered experimental and there In the ershlp Training and contains ad. toe
Jacksonville area who
it's time to start a new career. pteparation for the Collier County Humane Society's May 2 Pet Show in Atlantic Fleet.
are many unanswered banded ranted ROTC training and possi
questions. form
'
to
together
I was 1 didn't dead want to stop to wait until plete team. com- Cambier Park while her mistress M.s. Richard DeVoe, sits under the hair ble acceptance to the Air Force Drive Carefully And Live
cartooning
until Mezrow carried on his trans. dryer. (NEWS photo)
or someone didn't want me
plant experiments for the first
any more," said Goldberg, who
few
alone.
will devote full time to being a years
sculptor.His Last June the National In.
stltute of Health supplied a
last cartoon for the New

York other Journal.American newspapers, will end and a 59.43 grant studies.of $61,280 About half to continue the trans.the The Little !

year career. plants have been done in the Support League

Goldberg's first Job as a car' past nine months. .
toonlst was with the ChronicleIn Science has found that the
his native San Francisco. human body has a natural defense .
About 10 called the Immune reac.
years later by 1916,
tlon, with which the ,
he was In New York earning body re.
Jects foreign substances. This
$100,000 a year as the author of
"Boob McNutt" and "Mike and reaction rejects healthy tissue '
l
Ike-They Look Alike." used In a graft or transplant. FISH FRY Over
His comic strips, featuring Certain specific materials low I ( '
In
weird Inventions were enjoyedby blood vessels such as bone g
millions and the cornea of the eye, seem
to arouse little reaction and
250 BOYSParticipate
have been successfully trans. atCambier t "
planted for a
New StatementOn years. 'fi
Along with his transplants i

Birch Society Mezrow has performed a few"sutografts" Park '" Will
transplanting a ,
From Cardinal tooth to a new location in the j\
same mouth. This eliminates ,
BELMONT, Mass. (AP) any Immune reaction. In both I ;,
Richard Cardinal Cushing, Ro. cases the transplants have been TONIGHT I :
man Catholic archbishop of generally successful _

Boston says many statementshe For the patient, a transplant Serving Begins At 5 p.m. ,:
I
made about the John Birch
presents few problems. K is
Society on Monday night were performed under local anesthe.tic : This Year r I

unjustified. ; It usually takes about 45 .' d ,-
The cardinal's office confirmed minutes; and the patient usual.
today that he sent a ly can go about his normal ac.
I letter to Thomas J. Davis of tlvltles the next day.
Stamford, Conn., a regional Donor teeth are stored in a
Birch Society official, In whichhe cool saline solution, for up to a
said he was the victim of a month, until needed. After anesthetic .
hoax when he broadcast a statement the dentist opens the .l
repudiating the society gum. Then he fits the tooth Into
and its founder, Robert Welch, the empty socket, shaping the A7/Jlr
and retracting a 1960 endorse. socket with a drill until the tooth
ment. fits snugly
The cardinal's: secretary said The tooth Is Inserted and the
he would have no further com.: gum Is sewn together Some

ment. times a plastic splint Is added,
Welch released the letter which braces the new tooth for

Thursday The cardinal night.Issued his Mop? several weeks.Sgt. .Don't' Miss The Season Opener See Your BgYL.
"
day 'statement after receiving.a n I 1', ..lsrr,;;mcnut: i' ... '' ;' ..;.;.,
telegram asking his comment McDanielWins

New Birch about York Society the radio appearance members broadcast.The of.on two a AF Medal In Action! There's Good Clean Fun For Everyone! '

..
telegram reported that
ORLANDO AFB, Fla. Sen.
the two society: members-Da*
vii, northeast states coordina. for Master Sergeant William H.
tor and Scott Stanley, McDaniel, son of Mrs Blllle
Ing; editor of the society manag.magazine Woodward of Leahy Avenue,Jack. MONDAY APRIL 27 .
sonville has been
American Opinion had decorated with ,
the United States Air Force
Com.
said the cardinal agreed with
mendatlon Medal
here.
them that the late Presidents
Roosevelt and Kennedy were Sergeant McDaniel was award. First Game
5:15 P.M.
Communists. ed the medal for his meritorious Begins ,.s
Davis said to the best of his achievement while serving as ..
recollection neither he nor fitan. noncommissioned officer-In
ley mentioned the name of the charge of the Logistical Support : PIRATES JAYCEES CARDINALS
late President John F. Kennedy Branch, 6901st Special Commun. ..;<: EXCHANGE vs. -
during the broadcast.The Icatlons Group, at Zweibrucken, .,:
letter by the cardinal, Incorporated Germany.

: in a statement from The sergeant, now a training
Welch, said that "because of supervisor at the 4504th Missile
my own dedication to the fight Training Wing at Orlando, is a
against the atheistic Communist veteran of more than 19 years ,
conspiracy I certainly do not of military service. He attended **** ** *** * * This Announcement Sponsored By * * * * *** .
want to do any harm to fellow Orlando(Fla.) High School and is
battlers In the same cause." the son 01 H.E.McDaniel of 1m mOo
The cardinal said he made his kalee, Fla.Sergeant.
Monday statements "conditional
on the accuracy of the Information McDaniel Is marriedto
the the former Lena M. Anderson
I had received. Vnder

many circumstances of them I now were feel unjus.that of Verbena, Ala.CHANDELIERS. Van Der Veer Music Center Wesley G. Downing, Realtor Smith-Lesher InsuranceF.


tlfled.His "letter concluded: "And FOR HORSES B Schreck Collier Motors
with regret at the temporary NEW YORK (AP)-Th. famous Const. Co. \ Naples Prescription Shop County
Horiei of
Austria

I worry send the caused hoax you and perpetrated many your good associates on peopleby me, making with Lipitzaner a their special first let American of crystal tour are Hartley's Variety Store Tropigas, Inc. of Florida Naples Sporting Goods


all gards.good" wishes and kind re* chandeliers The portable*i props.replicas of chandeliers Naples Floor Coverings General Electronics Inc. Naples Camera ShopBartley's

Welch said that an Inquiryhas in the Viennese Riding
failed to identify the person School, where the boric regularly Ad Miller Associates f. Shepards Office Supply Paint Store
whose name was signed to the perform were made so thai. the
animals could work in familiar
Cardinal
to
Cushlng.telegram." sent surroundings The Merry-Go-Round King Insurance Agency Baxter's Shoe Store


I TV. RADIO I Naples Hobby Shop Tropics Drive-Inn Western Auto Store


By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP Even casual television viewers Watkins & Barkau Arnold's 5 Lineback's Firestone
Televlslon-Radlo Writer have noticed, on all networks, & 10

has NEW been YORK getting(APV-Televlslon loose-tongued more of strong frequent words and and incidentaluse phrases Holland Salley Inc. Pedro's Shoes Caribbean Gardens

lately. CBS, alerted, has movedto which In many homes are con.
cut the swearing out of its sldered shocking.
National Bank
programs. AU networks might do a little Naples Supply Co. Alexander'sCharles' First

Michael Dann, program vice cracking down, too, on the de.
president, In a short note to pro. liberate double entendres that The Dor-Len Shop i""' TV Trail Cleaners
ducers Wednesday noted "an pop up In variety shows (Red
Increase in'the use of expres. Skelton and Johnny Carson ..
dons which a significant num. seem to reach for them). From Bank of Naples Bigley's Pine Lanes .
ber of viewers find unaccept time to time, there Is a mildly
able... dirty Joke. Some viewers are
"While we do not permit under shocked; others find them merely .
,*any circumstances refer. childish and vulgar Either Millwork & Fixtures Co. Inc.
.
laces to the deity In other than way, it Is offensive. Naples ,
reverent fashion," the memo Recommended weekend view. ),
continued, "a number of dramatic ing: '
episodes have employed Tonight "Time for Ellz John Fifth Rexall : ,
R. Wood & Assoc. Realtor Naples Avenue
hell' 'damn' and the like. We abeth, NBC, 8:30-9:30 (East ,
do not wish so to restrict creative ern Standard Time), Groucho
effort as to emasculate: or Marx and his wife, Eden, play Swede's Mobile Steam Cleaning Wood Chrysler-Plymouth Inc. :
bowdlerize our programs. Ner. leads In a comedy which :i
ertheless, I am convinced that Groucho wrote and in which he
the Instances of the use of ques has toured. .i
Unstable slang can be further Saturday -"The Defenders," ;:

and Dann significantly said that reduced.many "com CBS Johns, plays 8:30.9:30 a kleptomanle p.m., Clynls about Mac's Auto Trim & Boat Top Center ."J

plaints had been received from to be sent to prison for life asa
viewers about offensive Ian fourth offender. First National Bank of Bonita Springs "'""'T"f -
"
guage, and that there bad also Sunday "Bonanza NBC,
been expressions of unhappiness 9-10 p-rn., a story of racial ten.
from affiliated television sta ions and discrimination: in the
lions which use their programs. Old West.



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r DISCONCERTING TO SAY THE LEASTLETTERS

". The Best of Boyle
F
NtttJ

bt ,Igert; HAL BOYLE

By
.
......
FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1964
1 that first chance. Well a lot
LIt.dldn't you ,
NEW YORK (AP) -
of people me first

f Why A Letters To Editor Column? big Ed considerablyFor exactly Begley-begin.but at It 62 brightened tor chances Begley"feels gave he Inherited his

last acting ambitions from Ms fath.

.Frpm time }to time( particularly after policy requirements of the paper are year that It he was anally at that reached age the er, a Kerry County Irishmanwho

publication of a letter expressing an printed regardless of how much we Olympus of the theatrical pro migrated to Hartford
and became hod
Conn., a car.
the disagree with them he felt much better. (feislon. He won an Academy
opinion that Isn't very popular at moment Award for his role as Southern rler.

many people ask us, "Why do you actually, in that particular case the i political boss In the film version "My father could mimic an}

print such silly letters?" letter writer was, we felt, wrong in his !I of the Tennessee Williams play dialect songs and and stories.knew hundreds He loved ti of

Well the answer is quite simple. The opinion of our friend. But the writer I I' "Sweet Bird of dazed Youth"Somewhat clutching entertain people-for the fun he

letters column' open to anyone wishingto probably felt just as strongly that he was 1 the Oscar excitedly Ed Begley got out of It."
Ed school In tie fifth
express an opinion that is not libelous right and he was willing to sign his L did an unusual thing. In a brief quit
acceptance speech he thanked grade He worked for carnivals
lascivious or lewd and which the writeris name to what he believed. "" -of all people-(he agent who fairs, and small clr ,

willing to sign.Frequently People rich or poor brilliant or had gotten him the role. ruses They gave raps a rough
The gesture was typical of but educational experience of'
we disagree completelywith stupid right or wrong are entitled to ExPERtfy
Nj Begley, one of the kindest and life.Radio .
the thoughts or opinions expressedin an opportunity to express what THEY t, best.lIked performers In show proved his first big

letters just as do many of our readers think about things people and events j : r,! business stepping stone to fame During
"Gratitude the 1930s and 1940s
early he
; means a very ap.
,. but this Is no reason to deprive the An idea or thought that may seem ridicu ; great deal to me," he said at peered on more than 12,000 pro.

letter writer of the right to express them. lous, or even outrageously comical today lunch the other day in a boom. grams He was doctor, detective

Freedom of speech has not yet been tak may eventually prove to be both brilliant ing voice that made waiters gangster anything the pro.
snap to attention 20 feet away. gram required.
en from us and never will If it Is and practical. They turned stared then In 1947 he went to Hollywoodand

zealously protected and guarded by all One should remember that Edison's smiled at Begley a seanWaced, acted in 21 pictures in four
craggy-featured man who looks years. He also has starred in
electric idea considered
of light was impractical
like a gentle grizzly bear half a dozen Broadway hits, 75
us.One
good friend recently became Darwin's theory was considered "1 have been helped by so or more television shows, and

mildly Incensed because a letter was silly. And just remember how misunderstood many people along the way. made several phonograph al.
They has to bums.
say someone give
published in which the writer said some Einstein's theory of relativity

uncomplimentary things about him. He used to be.Voltaire.

was under the impression that only se said: "I disapprove of what WASHINGTON, AND)

lected letters and that but I will defend to the death '
are published you say 'J \

we deliberately chose to publish the one your right to say it." :S\M'ACl:. .& $. ',$:$: ,

uncomplimentary to him because we That about sums up why this news- lt'ik'/S r: s'w$5 b... : t <\ .W'UQ N' .H A'HO': IK.

"had something against me." After it paper has a letters to the editor column. ... .. ... ...... ... .. .
was explained that all letters meeting the n.: w. "'. ... : ., ,. There now emanates out of mil forced to be content with a
'i:;"' on. :." ;::\iiiF::; : Washington a great plethora of Chevrolet instead of a Cadillac -
figures on the subject of unem To others poverty means
. Vote For Whom You Please, But. ployment and also the need fur having enough to eat. Here
TheWorld a war on poverty. Some of snain Is a wide area where information .
: : these computations are mighty la needed
Florida football fans remember well but this does not seem proper justification TodayBy box car in scope see

the name' of "Jimmy" Kynes. He played for taking out another good man ee. If unemployment and pover
James Morlow But perhaps II Is most Imperial I due to shtrtlessness If III
ty ;
both football and baseball at the University where In many a county there
namely, Jimmy Kynes. DON'T Associated Press ) I to. I is due to a fondness for stayIng .
of Florida and captained the Gator Collier Countians who have made up BET are Republicans.Both two, three. and maybe 10 i bear In mind easel I. In a foe with the aid of
the sad
tax-
In 1949. their minds for whom Collier County News WASHINGTON (AP) Two cheap potent practically
grid team Editor
they want to vote Holley and Cramer are of the government free fortllied: wine; If It Is due
Since that time, James W Kynes Jr. in the Attorney General race pleasego If Representative Charles R. from St. Petersburg both are stories on the tame day may statlstl-I to a romplele lark of Individual
minority leader of the Ironic to American allies if. I
Holley, ardently for Goldwater, and both seem elan who responsibility that Is one thing
established an office in Ocala for the ahead as planned. To those who have Florida Legislature, wins the are winners. Even If Goldwater and the Communist world but drowned! On the other hand. If It Is due

private practice of law. He was then not made a decision may we recommend Republican nomination for gov. falls to make at the convention, make sense to the Johnson ad. while seeking I to a lark of opportunity, thatIs
ernor on May S, and Congress don't bet that you won't see a ministration.This Ie wadeacross an entirely different matter,
Governor
to
appointed executive assistant James W. Jr. rlv-l
Kynes man William C. Cramer wins a Republican In the governor'schair one Thursday a Sec
Bryant. The same holds true In the Public place on the Republican National come November a very Undersecretary of State er with anl If the majority of the unemployed -

When Attorney General Ervin was Utilities Commission race. Chairman Ed Committee and his slate of dele personable lawyer named George Ball told U.S. allies that averaedeptb Of W.Hirdir and poverty stricken ,
gates pledged to Barry Gold. Charles R. selling locomotives to Cuba (the are In that position due to the
named to the State Supreme Court, Governor Mason has done a good job. If any water wins In the election May Holley. Carrie______Bell French are reported consider. three fret. e e lack of opportunity then It is

Bryant appointed Kynes as Attor Collier Countian is undecided about this 26, the regular GOP organization Naples, Fla, Ing It) "would have an even It would seem logical before high time that the political.
forces of the nation stalling
will be cast Into limbo or greater Impact" In support of quit
vast sums are voted to
has well in any
ney General. He performed race may we recommend to you Ed to put It less elegantly thrownIn Fidel Castro than the recent help the poor to retrain for and face facts
that capacity since January of this year. Mason. the trash can. THANKS TO ALL sale of British buses employment to do many other Se.
Is opposed by a good man, Both Holley and Cramer have Editor, Collier County News: And this one Thursday proposed things that some A job Is only treated when
Kynes
had the Republican State Execu. The Shadowlawn PTO and the The United States Is seriously study be made of the situation someone hires a person With
--*''''........_,---,..,.......,,.,..,>:,...,,,''''''''''' Carnival Committee would like Sec out an employer there ran be>
; live Committee backing oppon. considering the sale of synthetic
'$\:" :,:'r :t1\&k; :'> .ft7 entf In the primaries and each to thank each and everyone who' rubber plants to Communist A continuous year long startedthe field no employee 555
the situation
time Holley and Cramer have helped In any way to make our Romania authoritative sources survey on .
first of the the National Huge corporate c..mpll'xI'K.outumotinll
year by
Annual .
Carnival such
emerged victorious and gone on Spring a reported.
Federation of Independent ns rapidly as |M>H-
to win their seats In the Npvem terrific success. Without this Why would It be wrong-from Business so far seems to sable lire not ixpimdinrf their
C ./1r. i r> A *j bet,elecUpaL HoUey bbl sued help we .would jioLtuwt crossed, the American view-for an ,allyto JpdLpegthaLagresl| : many of ranks of cmployti Thus rapid i|
three terms in the legislature and $ ,446.51 ahd n rretted-Io2Stl al sell Castro locomotives but
[ those who are unemployedhave growth by mdiHHKUit| business
. .
Cramer has served five termsln the event. A total of 450 dinners perhaps all right for the United no skill itt offer is needed to supply jobs
I OWfcON Congress and Is headed for his were served at the ham and fish States to sell a synthetic rubber SeeUnanswered 555

sixth. dinner held during the carnival.At plant to Romania since both of course, are But so lung as the government
The Better Part of Valor A new Republican Congress the last PTO meeting It countries are linked to Russia? these questions How many of continues to let the spiritof
Down Main Street man, Edward Gurney of Orlan.do was voted that $300 of the above To mix the picture up some these have the mental ability free enterprise us huh Is the
The Supreme Court of the United States has had no help from the GOP amount be given to our libraryfor more the Allies have sold many to learn a skill How many are yeast that causes new employer
Bragging may be in poor taste, but gives a man the right to open his wife's brass and Mary Grizzle of Clear. remedial reading books for things to Communist countriesand too shiftless to learn a skill'See to rise be hamstrung by
has letters but It doesn't give him the water each classroom. The balance will this destructive lax, laws, by a
who expects a fellow who caught a went on to win a pl.c.ln country has given as.
Also' when I It to at- Labor Relation
big dab to go home through the alley? courage the legislature after campaigning be used during the coming year sistance to Yugoslavia, sold comes Itureau by
talking poverty with tax money hordes of other meddling bu-
-THE 8KAMOKIN (PA.) CITIZEN -THELANCFORD (S.D.) Buout against them two years ago. for various projects to benefit wheat to Russia, and had good there has been no convincing reauirals. the nation will continue -
The moral Is, if you are a the children of Shadowlawn tariff relations with Poland. studies made of the b lcquestion to have not only the poor
I Republican aspiring to office School. The United States wants to
Involved What Is poverty who deserve to be poor but
make an enemy of G. Harold Our thanks to the Collier strangle Castro economicallyand T Why Is there poverty also unfortunately, the poor
Alexander of Fort Myers, who is County News for its excellent cov. thus wreck him or force SSS who do not deserve such a
.others ,say ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS back of the Pawley slate of un. erage of the carnival with! numer.ous changes In communism in Cuba. To some, poverty.means beto rendition
pledged delegates, Tom Fairfield articles and pictures. Our How? By a boycott shutting off t!!) N..I..I, mn."IIus.I. ,...'.a"dml' Ilm/n".

Brown, whom he named to sue. sincere thanks to the local mer. all trade with him, particularlyIn
L ceed himself as chairman of the chants for their donations of Items which might help him 1 I
State Committee, and of Anthony advertising and merchandise.Mrs. survive. L1jw1! ; News

n Battagglla, presently on the Na. And, the thinking goes, the
r tlonal Committee. Austin G. Evans harder up he Is, the more of a I S S B BT TB B B AP rVewsfeofure I

There Is a reason for this odd Publicity Chairman drain he will be on Russia whichIs By SYD KRONISH
state of affairs. The "Young Shadowlawn Carnival now estimated to be helping
Turks" on the populous East him at the rate of about $1 mil. Eire honors the bicentenary of Wolfe Tone one of the

Coast and the St. Petersburg lion a day. leaders of the Irish Insurrection of 1798 with two new

and Sarasota areas where Re. Ball said In a speech at Roanoke > stamps of identical: design Tone was horn in Dublin in

0 publlcanlsm Is strong, are sick BE A 'FRIEND'TO Va., the locomotives 1763 and studied law al Dublin University He was the
and tired of the "Old Guard" would help the Cuban economy
whose power is based on the com. YOUR LIBRARY because Its main export ,sugar founder of.I the Society of United Irishmen, a republican:
\ mltteeman and committeewoman Is carried to port almost entire. m I OVtmenl WI10ae ohjelllVC wu
from each of the 67 counties ly by rail and her railroad sys. I unite all Irishmen regardless

--_... ."_.._ .tern Is "presently In a critical 'of religious persuasion, in the
state of disrepair." I fight for freedom. In 1795 he fled
He explained that while Cas. I to America and later to I France to
1 tro Is not a military threat to 'enlist armed support for his
"You remark on ha resemblance to Pat O'Brien.sh.ri GAG.TOW.ACIS the United States it Is Commu.I cauke.llis naval force was inter.
"H.d a fl.I.he roan |just now _( a
I'll take it from there" A"A.'DA.MO" [ nlst to Latin 'cepted by the British! fleet and
menace America
... ll lh.
I I.
along in l dough. w.wsaAnother nwr SIMPLER.IT !: by trying to subvert Tone was captured. He was
I III gel out ol' U S Saving Pond P L C AD. 0 !I 4& C meats and set off terror govern.cam. I sentenced to be hanged hut died Stefan the first, Archbishop of
ACMSS 25. Big game TEA C. f R C S palgns. in prison before execution. The of l'rp.alaohl' ) died In 1185
1. Procure: hunt new stamp hears a portrait' of A.D.
ARC H. S H Y. I V A But Romania is considered a
SideThe 28.
4. Promon Myself Tone, The 4 pence is black and
tory 29. Compute 5 t R. S H C S C: C D leading example of a Commu. the 1 shilling 3 pence is blue
President's* Council of Economic But government never has been able to 8. Prod 31. Knee S II U N I.N AT.. nlst nation trying to loosen its Collectors in this country
Advisers has estimated that it would legislate poverty out of existence and it 11. Amula 52. Chas .. L 0 IN. L t A S T ties with Moscow and Is busily wishing first day covers may PET DOCTORI

take tit billion a year in direct aid to never will succeed. The history of statesin 12. Strapght pIeea PAL I A Z I M U T H pursuing trade with other West. write to Irish Cachet Covers. A. W. Metier, D.V.M.
bring all Americans up to the level of which government has exercised full forward 53. RIIII. tin A R C S PO C ROt ern nations ,947 Fast 32nd Street, Brooklyn, I
An ally might ask U Castro ,
$5 000 a year for a Jour-person family control that the masses never are elevated 13. Fxuncl : 'N.Y. 11210. Cost of a completeset
(This Is the minimum deemed necessary but rather that the misery is ratiiebtrd 3t You god t H t R C ton A.I t can't get help from any of the on cover is 51.00.I

to avoid U.In,1n poverty) made uniform by depressing everyoneto Indifference 36. Diamond SOLUTION Of YliTMDAY PUZZll Western nations, and therefore .
,K money alone would suffice, the bur- a common drab level of subsistence 17. Meadow fragmml must rely more and more on India has issued a new stamp
den would not be insupportable for the Utopia U not approached solely by pass barley 37. Reece 50. Pitcher 5. Imitated Moscow, then wouldn't his ties ,commemorating the 104th birthday
nation. But the council voices what tog a law, or a dozen of them. 18. Carry out 39. Stocky 51, Arrest 6 Mexican with Russia be strengthened In. of Dr. \\.M. llaffkine. reports -
many of us fear namely, that to meet What Is needed Is an assault on the 19. Democrats 40. Fxtension DOWN coin stead of weakened? I the \\01'1.1i.Je Philatelic
the problem in this relatively simple poverty of spirit too prevalent among 20 Sylvan 46. Prayer 1. Needlefish 7 Abstract Secretary of State Dean Rusk Agency, Dr. Haffkine a bacteriologist
way "would leave untouched most of both the haves and the have-nots. deity bead 2. May birthstones being has acknowledged that the earned recognition for
the roots of poverty." The haves must show by works, not 22. :g'pl. 47. Low caste 8 Ratifyskinks United States treats different :his work to discover the cause
Meagentesa *f cash income Is not the mumbled recitations in church, that they Hindu 3. Unspoken 9. Caun Communist countries different.ly and prevention of cholera. The
only yardstick for measuring poverty. A are truly their brothers' keepers 24 OblOlrlt' 48. Seaweed 4. Mountain fabric and he gave three reasons: I new stamp. is chestnut and plum
great deal of interest li directed to what The have-nots must show that they railway 49. Split pulse pass 10. \erlform To encourage the IndividualCommunl.t in color and shows a portrait of r
has been called "the culture of poverty" want opportunity to have. by earning, fluid nations toward more Dr. Haffkine. The dates 1860-
the way of life that depresses hope rather than want guaranteed security 1 by: I 1 J 4 3 r II f MU 15 Solutions independence and Internal free 1963 appear on the borders of
and Michael 16. :Nests dom; to try to work out relations
initiative
among the poor. government handout while hunting the stamp in English and
Harrington, author of The Other excuses i', 20. Capital or agreements with various Devanagari.1 Further reports from
America says that the poor "tend to The hives must awaken to the fact 21, Taitrr Communist states to reduce the India indicate that there will be MEDEAIQ -
be hopeless and passive, yet prone to that any blight in their smug communities ;If 15 Kit 22. South !Scat danger of war; and to make the a stamp on May 22 honoring
bursts of violence; they are lonely and whether slums, lack of Job opportunities Island expansion of communism too Raja Rammohon Roy My dog has ulcers en hit;
isolated often rigid and hostile. He high crime, deteriorating 0 ; .., ifs 23. Ddh'teed costly to be worthwhile, whichIs eyes Whot con I do for him?Sue,
wrote that to be poor "is not simply'to schools is like the one rotten apple 26 :Not mans" what this country hopes In the The Republic of China his George, Cone, Va.
IS
be deprived of material things that spoils all the rest in the barrel. jj : 21r4 27 Ont: Scot case of Us boycott on Cuba. issued a new stamp honoring the
It is to enter fatal futile universe." The have-nots must want to improve 30. Poisonous But-(he American att.mpt'to 100th anniversary, of the birth of A An ulcer en the. eye el a dog Itvivolly
President Johnson's "war on poverty" their lot, change their environment get lS l' n : ; w red get Its allies and friends to boy.. '\\u Chm-hwel a leader of the .the recta eI..* .poet Injury;
program is Intended primarily to "open an education accept help ungrudgingly. .1i flJ4 32. Gesture cott Castro is far from success knommtang and senior advisorto M bosh eyi are affected. News be .lie
wide the exits from poverty to the children To be sure, definite programs of If 34 Rubbish ful. The French have sold him President Chung Kai-shek. rttyfc elOft infaoowdu.os..Ileh.po-
of the poor" and to "enable every tangible nature need to be set up. JJ JS JoJO 36 Cudgel about $10 million In trucks, the In addition tc his political in- Hill When conventional melhedi ei
Individual to build his earning power to Money must be spent effort/ mutt be : ; 38 To grip British about $11 million In bus. I terestsMr. ttu was considered a heeling. ulcer (well Of einfmenti) loll,
full capacity," The proposals Include expended JT J' : 39. BIl.oAr es. Yugoslavia, Spain and Mo. I great scholar and was a memberof vrgery It tie. only cure The operationcental
measures to provide Jobs for "aimless, But the Intangibles cannot be over : 4ll I III I nun,. rocco: have dealt with him. the Academia Smic. fattening a piece it highly'
hopeless. youngsters," to give special aid looked. Poverty of one sort or another 4Q 4/ 443It 4' IK lit] |I'US, e w vottvlof same aver .the eye.lot a f levdayt
to schools in economically depressedareas permeates every social: and economic 41 rggi Last month Sen. J. W. Ful. Sweden will issue at the end .The reason hx .sots M I (hot Ihe wf-
to provide better housing for the levelIf 4' 41 f' 42 Fresh bright, D-Ark., chairman of theSenate's ,of May a new stamp to commemorate tae el the eye hoi very lew 1 Mood vet.te .
poor and to open new employment opportunities we don't all enrich our lives spiritually 43 Rubber tree Foreign Relations I the SOOth anniversary I end !the natural healing.
in depressed seas we shall not make much progressin "a ISj 44 l D.iu.h Committee, said the U.S. ceo. ,of the Archdiocese: of I'ppsala.' ilo pr..I.
ly fattening !die
.The objectives are idealistic In concept diminishing materialistic poverty mona' nomic policy toward Cuba Is a The stamp will bear the old .very Suns over
and with them. The Danville' lit)) ., -,,-..- U. "Irch failure the eye, .tie blood emulation I 10 .In-
we do not Quarrel CommeTciaWVrtt'i ( Por lime 21 "''''. beak Stefan seal, which belonged to created end helpt heal the. ..Ie'".



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Miami Cadets { i 1 Friday April 24, W4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWT S
Has ..Ift : .\<1.

I Transplanted Win CAP Wing '\ 89 CAP Units Colorado Academy at Colorado Springs,

The local unit of Civil Air
95 Teeth Mostly Successful Drill Event I Patrol cadets in Naples meets
Have Finished each Thursday night at 7 p....

PHILADELPHIA, (AP) then Meuow has planted an. The 1964 Florida CAP Wing at the airport Persons desiringmore
"Well, I had a youngster who other five teeth In the mouth of Drill Competition was held at I Training CycleCOCOA Information should call Don
was losing teeth, and another that first patient.He Patrick Air Force Base this Ewenson at &44I7 after 8 pan.

youngster who had too many and hU associates at Phil past weekend and was won by Lieutenant Colonel
teeth. I bad to remove one for adelphla's Albert Einstein Medl. the team from the Miami All William R. Bass, Florida Wing Thomas OwensOn
orthodontic reasons It cal Center have planted
seemeda some Girl Cadet Squadron. CAP deputy Cadets.announced
shame to just throw it out." 93 teeth In a total of about 70 .
f-f 89
this week that a total of
So, Dr. Ralph R. Metrow, 4., patients. Only a few of the A total of six drill teams / : .. units of the Florida Wing hadJust USS WaspThomas
a Philadelphia dentist, decidedto transplants have failed. representing most sections of -.
...
completed the first 11 .kc'cle
M. Owens
the aviation
plant leftover tooth from "The worst that can happenIs the state performed before four
one patient In the mouth of the that the tooth Just comes of the new cadet training structural mechanic first class,
In
other patient who needed It. The loose. The funny thing Is that Air Force Drill Judges a program. tlSN, son of Ur. and Mrs. John

transplant worked. If that happens, the people who four minute routine as pre- The new cadet: training program P. Owens of Immokalee, Is ser.
That was five yean ago. Since had the transplant always want scribed for CAP drill compe Is divided Into four phases. ring aboard the aaU-submarln
to try again" Metrow says titions. Each of the teams wu Phase I has one It reek cycle warfare aircraft carrier USS;
Three types of persons usual. composed of 18 cadets plus a C ) I and Is basically an Introduction wasp presently undergoing a
Rube Goldberg, 81, ly write, asking for transplants drill team leader who gave the to Civil Air Patrol. Phase D lethe Fleet Rehabilitation and Main
Persons who were, through drill commands. Aerospace Academic Training tenanc (rUM) overhaul in ".h.*
To End Career As some quirk of nature, born I section and contains sit 11 Boston Naval Shipyard Boston,
Second place honors went to Mass
without teeth and never had : week training cycles Th Phase
Cartoonist TodayNEW any, persons who lost teeth In the drill team from the Cen m is Leadership Training for This type of overhaul is car.
YORK auto accidents; and persons who tral Miami Cadet Squadron,and cadet officers and contains eight rted out periodically to increase
Goldberg draws his(AP last) -cartoon Rube can't tolerate dentures. the third place team was com- PEDICURES ARE IN style for milady" so why not for milady's pet ? Here 11 week cycles Phase IV concerns the On life and modernize the ship.
The technique still Is con. posed from several squadronsIn Itself with Advanced Leadership completion of the TRAM lilt
He's 81
in
today. DeVoe is from
now and thinks "Missy" seen receiving one an anonymous "pedicurist" will return to
sldered experimental and there the who operations wltatto
Jacksonville advanced
It's time to start a new career. area pieparation for the Collier County Humane Society's May 2 Pet Show in Training and contains Atlantic fleet.
'1 didn't are many unanswered ques. banded together to form acom- ROTC training and possible
want to
wait until tions.Metrow. Cambier Park while her mistress M.S. Richard le\oe, sits under the hair
to the Air Fore
acceptance
I was dead to stop cartooning, plete team. Drive Carefully AN Lire
or until someone didn't want me carried on his trans. dryer. (NEWS photo)
plant experiments for the first
any more," said Goldberg, who
will devote full time to being a few years alone.
sculptor Last June the National In.
stltute of Health
supplied a
His last cartoon for the New

York other Journal.Amerlcan newspapers, wJl: end, and a 59.43 studies grant of $61,280 About half to continue the trans.the The Little !

year care r.Goldberg's. plants have been done In the Support League

first Job as a car.' past nine months. .
Science has
found
toonlst was with the Chronicle that the
In his native San Francisco. human body has a natural de.
About 10 fens, called the immune reac.
years later, by 1916, ,
lion, with which the .
he was In New York earning body r*
$100,000 a year as the author of Jects foreign substances. This
"Boob McNutt" and "Mike and reaction rejects healthy tissue .
Ike-They Look Alike." used In a graft or transplant. FISH FRY Over
His comic strips, featuring Certain specific materials low K' !
weird Inventions, were enjoyedby In blood vessels, such as bone
and the cornea of the
millions. eye, seem

to have arouse been little successfully reaction trans.and at t i 250 OYSCambler

New StatementOn planted for years. : 'Ii
Along with his transplants .
Birch Society Mezrow has performed a few"autorrafts"
ParkTONIGHT !': Will
transplanting a .
From Cardinal tooth to a new location in the ,
same mouth. This eliminates

Richard BELMONT Cardinal Mass. (AP) -, any Immune reaction. In both I T ,, ) ;" (
Ro.
man Catholic archbishop Gushing, of;, cases generally the successful transplants have been : Participate

Boston, says many statementshe For the patient, a transplant Serving Begins At 5 p.m. ':' n.
made about the John
Birch presents few
problems. It Is
Society on. Monday night were performed under local anesthe.tic 'n\ This Year !
unjustified.The :
; It usually takes about 45 '
cardinal's office con minutest) and the patient usual.
firmed today that he sent a ly can go about his normal ac.
letter to Thomas J. Davis of tlvltles the next day.
Stamford Conn, a regional Donor teeth are stored in a
Birch Society official. In whichhe cool saline solution, for up to a
said he was the victim of a month, until needed. After anesthetic .
hoax when he broadcast a state. : the dentist
opens the !
ment repudiating the societyand gum. Then he fits the tooth Into
Its founder, Robert Welch, the empty socket, shaping the
and retracting a 1960 endorse. socket with a drill until the tooth
ment. fits snugly. 'BM'
The cardinal's secretary said The tooth Is Inserted and the
he would have no further com gum Is sewn together. Some.

ment. times a plastic splint Is added
Welch released the letter which braces the new tooth for
Thursday night. several weeks
The cardinal issued his Mop, .. See Your Boys
day statement after receiving : ; ; ,. _


Birch about telegram York Society the asking radio appearance members broadcast.his comment of on two aNew Wins Sgt. McDaniel AF Medal In ActionThere's! Good Clean Fun For Everyone! ,


The telegram reported that
the two society members-Davis ORLANDO AFB, Fla. Sen.
for Master Sergeant William H.
northeast states coordinator
and Scott Stanley, McDaniel, son of Mrs. Billie
; manageIne
editor of the society magazine Woodward of LeahyAvenueJack. MONDAY APRIL 27 i .,f
American Opinion had sonvllle, has been decoratedwith ,
the United States Air Force Com
said the cardinal agreed with
mendatlon Medal
them that the late Presidents here.

Roosevelt and Kennedy were Sergeant McDaniel was award. First Game
Communists. ed the medal for his meritorious Begins 5:15 P.M. -1 1 1Ii

Davis said to the best of his achievement while serving as \to
recollection nI liner he nor Stan. noncommissioned offlcer.ln- .
ley mentioned the name of the charge of the Logistical Support : F Fw .
EXCHANGE PIRATES JAYCEES CARDINALS
late President John F. Kennedy Branch, 6901st Special Communications .. / vs. -
"
during the broadcast. Group, at Zwelbrucken,
The letter by the cardinal, incorporated Germany

in a statement from The sergeant, now a training
Welch, said that "because of supervisor at the 4504th Missile
my own dedication to the fight Training Wing at Orlando, is a
against the atheistic Communist veteran of more than 19 yearsof

want conspiracy to do, any I certainly harm to do fellow not military service. He attended **** ** ** ** * * * This Announcement Sponsored By * * * * ** *
Orlando (Fla.) High: School and is
battlers in the same cause." th'lonolH.E.McDanieloUmmo.hi" -
The cardinal said he made his Fla.Sergeant.
Monday Jtatements "conditionalon
the accuracy of the Information McDaniel is marriedto
the the former Lena M. Anderson
I had received. Under

many circumstances."of them I now were feel unjustified. that. of Verbena, Ala.CHANDELIERS. Van Der Veer Music Center Wesley G. Downing, Realtor Smith-Lesher InsuranceF.


His letter concluded: "And FOR HORSES B. Schreck Const. Co.
Naples Prescription Shop Collier Motors
with regret at the temporary NEW YORK (AP) The fatnouiLipitianer County
Horses of
Austria
by worry the caused hoax perpetrated many good on people me, making their first American tour are Hartley's Variety Store Tropigas Inc. of Florida Naples Sporting Goods
I send you and your associatesall with a special sri of crystal' ,

gards.good" wishes and kind re chandeliers The portable is props.replicas of chandeliers Naples Floor Coverings General Electronics Inc. Naples Camera ShopBartley's

Welch said that an Inquiryhas in the Viennese Riding

failed to Identify the person School, where the horses regularly Ad Miller Associates Shepards Office Paint Store
whose name was signed to the perform, were made so that the Supply
animals could work in familiar
Cardinal
telegram sent to
Cushing. surrounding The Merry-Go-Round King Insurance Agency Baxter's Shoe Store


''TV.. RADIO Naples Hobby Shop Tropics Drive-Inn Western Auto Store


By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP Even casual television viewtn Watkins & Barkau Arnold's Lineback's Firestone
Televlston.Radlo Writer have noticed: on all networks, 5 & 10

NEW YORK (AP)>-Television more frequent and Incidentaluse '
has been getting loose-tongued '1 of strong words and phrases Holland Salley Inc. Pedro's Shoes Caribbean Gardens
lately. CBS, alerted, has moved which In many homes are con.
to cut the swearing out of Its side red shocking. .
programs. AU networks might do a little Naples Supply Co. Alexander'sCharles' First National Bank

Michael Dann, program vice I cracking down, too, on the d*.
president In a short note to pro. I liberate double entendre that The Dor-Len Shop TV Trail Cleaners
ducers Wednesday noted "an I pop up In variety shows (Red
Increase In'the use of expres. !Skelton and Johnny Carson
dons which a significant num. i I seem to reach for them), From Bank of Naples Bigley's Pine Lanes
ber of viewers find unaccept.