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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 26, 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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Glidden's Amazing Electronic; Brain Knows ts Melons





Farmer Joins


The Space AgeBY Weather Outlook TIDES High Low
t
Partly cloudy through: Sunday f. am. p.... am pm

SAM ENGLAND with a few widely scat Q! ., 0 pr. 21 It:02 11:34: 4:51: 5:17:

curd showers Low tonight: 6J t Apr. 28 11:48 8:47 IIJt:
Grown by hydroponics oilier
85 to 90. 26 12 12
counted and sorted to 70. High: Sunday Apr :
weighed
,
by electronics,the watermelons Southrot and south wind; J J QUn Apr, 27 12,48 12:07 6:12 Ill:

headed north from the Carl to IS mile an hour. Add one hour for Marco

Glidden farms are In step with
the "s SUNDAY APRIL 26, 1964 24 Penes 10 CENTS 40TH YEAR.NUMBER 193
pace age.
Electronic machinery installed


Glidden Just distributing this past week headquarters In the- !;' 900000000000000:\ SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMeet : : < Around

on the North Trail per- .f.' .! .",., ",..". ; {;.
"
forms the weighing, counting .
and assorting process without ,' ya. '\,' : The Camliflates

human hands. ,
\
The melons come from the The

farm In big trucks which backto Startingith Tuesday's. edition the NEWS will carry the views or

unloading docks handy to two of Commission and School Board candidates on specific issues posed B>' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
lines of conveyor belts. Work- in a NE\\S questionnaire. C"

men place the melons on the Candidates who have not yet turned in then replies ate urgedto TOKYO (AP) Mongolia

belts without thought of size do so not latei than Monday so that candidates for one office can Moscow's only Asian Commu.
or weight. nlst ally, has asked Chinese
be the Issue.
grouped
The electronic equipmentthen in same Communist technicians to leave
takes over. From the Readers are urged to watch for the succeeding issues of the the country, the New China

trucks the melons travel on the NE\\S to gain better understanding of candidate views on piob- News Agency said today.

t conveyors to an alr-condltlon- lenis that are important to every voter, The first group of Chinese
personnel left Ulan Bator by
ed control room. The roomIs
air-conditioned to insure 9OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCSen. I train Friday and got a friendly

perfect operation of the banksof sendoff the agency said.
NCNA gave no reason for the

line electronic the walls. computers that Gore Sees 'Danger'Rights expulsion"Under beyond an agreement stating between .

Just Inside the control room the Chinese and Mongol.

the melons first hit the scales. Ian governments Chinese per.

Weight recorded by the equip- sonnel began to come to Mongolia .
ment also sets up other electronic In 1955 to help In the coun

action and the melonsare StruggleHits try's socialist construction
recorded for a certain out "Now they are sent home by

let on the conveyor belt Theyare the Mongolian government In

counted _. ... ... groups In accordance with the
also ---- .aPROCESSING -- -- --- --- --- --
desire of the Mongolian govern
SORTS THEM OUT WATERMELONS for shipment has entered the "space age"at ment."

The machinery can be set the Carl Glidden packing plant on the North Trail. Shown her are

to drop melons off the belt In trucks which have brought the melons in from the farm, and workmen S
the belts which the into the New PeakJACKSONVILLE LONDON (AP)-In a alap at
fourwelghtclasslftcations. For feeding conveyor carry product space age. Britain's ban.beobomb movement .

Instance the settings may be --.... -- --- Prime Minister Sir AlecDouglas.Home
asked to deliver melons 16 > ', .:.Jto' / foreign policy -
;, says
,0 IV" '
pounds and under to one load- CAP.An) explo..Ion volved in the bombing of the CHESTER, Pa. (AP) Civil results aren't won by ".11.
ing spot, from 17 to 21 poundsto and fire early yesterday Godfrey Gilmore St. home. rights demonstration Oared I ting around in damp streets or

another, 22 to 26 at a third wrecked the home of a white Motions to dismiss the con. into violence In this southeast. 'marching about."
and above 26 pounds at still Ij '' .";I ': man under Indictment that in.. splracy charge have been filed ern Pennsylvania city Friday Sir Alec gave his own formula

another loading spot for shipment '!. volved a Negro whose home by the four men Indicted Federal night resulting In Injury to at ,for getting results in the cold
These settings can be was bombed. Judge Bryan Simpson deferred least 10 persons and the arrest war In two political speeches at
adjusted to the size of the t Duval County Investigators hearing on the motion of at least 28. Slough and Reading Friday.
melons on the trucks out front. //i; sought to determine whether a pending study of similar case. The violence tripled when "You get them by keeping up
From the control room the : bomb fired the one-story frame police attempted to disperse your guard retaining your nu.
of Barton H Griffin 35. demonstrator blocking street clear arms so war cannot breakout
home a
melons are delivered by the Jacksonville FBI chief D. K. WASHINOTO(AP) Sen. corner In the Negro section of and by going to the confer.
conveyors trucks,piggy-back ence table and insisting that
t Brown said his office had offered Albert Gore, DoTenn..aldSatur. the city.
railway equipment or box cars L\ all assistance possible to day that the pending civil right Fight broke out when some matters of dispute should be set.
standing on the sidings. learn whether a federal violation bill is "seriously defective and 150 helmeted date and city po. tied there," be said.
Along the route lateral conveyors had occurred. dangerous" licemen and deputized municIpal Douglas Home said the
potentially
lead off the trucksor .r.nw....., danger of war with the Soviet
worker
_ f to Griffin and three other men The Tennessee Democrat swinging nightsticks
box cars and the melonsare were indicted by a federal grand lashed out at the section which moved in to make arrests Union "is, In my opinion out."
sidetracked by other electronically jury last month on charges of would permit the president and and herded the demon Soviet He cited the agreement by the
Union
controlled action according conspiring to obstruct the civil other official to cut off federalaid strator into buses to be takento the United States

to weight. Each trucker rights; of six year old Donald fund if a state or local the police station back and Britain this week to cut.
on the production of fls.iloiuble
leaves the packing plant who enrolled in geney engaged in racial dls. Rocks, bricks and bottles
material
a prevruuely all white elementary crimination. were hurled at policemen win. for military 1
with a load of uniform weight. purposes
school. Gore argued that school lunch down were smashed In police
The action along the line 'The Godfrey home was blownup or welfare funds for an entire cars and persons at the scene

appears uncanny. An arm at St by dynamite In February. late could be lopped off If a said they heard a shot fired PARIS (AP) Premier
a certain Junction of the main William Sterling Rosecrans of single county, township/ or dls. A flurry of fighting erupted\ Georges Pompidou says the na.
conveyor, and a diverter, is Anderson Ind., has been sentenced trlct were found In violation of inside the bus and a second tens] Interest requires President .
motionless, appearing to be to seven years in prisonfor the bill' broad provision. wave of violence flared a* by. Charles de Gaulle to retain
loafing on the Job as a number the actual bombing. "I have been assured over slanders joined the melee and exclusive control over France's
of melons pass the point. No one was Injured in the and over that this 'would' not more police arrived. developing atomic force.In .

But when a melon of the right HERE'S WHERE IT ALL STARTS. Melons entering the air-conditioned Godfrey home blast. No one was be done," he aald "A a legis. Minutes later some 100 policemen reply to criticism from dep.
weight arrives, the action Is Injured either In the blast lator, I am concerned about rushed from buses to a dies who want the National As.
control counted and assorted all by electronic equip-
and The loom are weighed, shortly before 1 am. at the what 'could' legally be done by nearby tavern where more riot sembly to have a voice In nu.
quick sure. arm moves ment. Watching the melons passing over the scales about 30 per minute Griffin home. Griffin was at term of a bill if enacted into ing and rock throwing waa met clear policy, Pompidou said
and the melon Is
sidetracked. are Don Lander, county agriculture agent, and Carl Glldden farmer and work for a trucking companyand law." with force by police carryingriot Frldayt
Then the waiting process starts owner of the first installation of automatic equipment in Collier County. his family was reported via Differing sharply with opinionof click, "ft is clear that the right of
all over. Itlng relatives In Georgia the supporters of the bill and giving the supreme order on
The diverter or lateral con- ___ The Griffin blast at first was the attorney general Gore con. which the life of the nation de.

veyor carries the melon Into termed "an explosion of un. tended that some future president .. Select CopleyTo ponds can belong only to the
the truck where workmen begin known origin or his subordinate could chief of state
the packing and stacking Job Mrs. Henry Gross, a next. use this broad authority "for -
for the ride north. Fourtruckscan door neighbor said the concussion political purposes" Head 1964
woke her and her MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet
be loaded at a time, each husbandand It would be possible, he argued Union
by the time they looked at that federal funds be used has put out a help wanted
with melons of uniform
UF Fund
weight.Anywhere the Griffin house it waa engulfed against a geographic area "as Drive sign for some MadUon Avenue
from 1,000 to 1, 1 In flames a form of political reprisal or creativity.The .
600 melons may go In one truck, Glass blown out of the Griffin to bring about political eaLion : President George Powell an. government newspaper
and the weight may reach as house windows landed on the., \nounced yesterday that Chuck Izvestla complained Friday that
high as 40,000 pounds or more. Gross family's lawn. core spoke- during the Sen.Copley has been selected vice the Soviet Union's smatteringof
The "memory machinery" Rodger W. Davis who live ate. fourth consecutive Satur. president arid campaign chairman advertising Is boring and
represents an Investment of nearby, said the blast rocked his day session of a civil rights de. for the 1964 United Fund Cam. cheerless and Isn't bringing in
upwards of $50,000 Glidden trailer home. bale that has stretched through palgn In addition General C.E. the customers.
said. The loading plant Is located The FBI contended the Ku 40 days.Senate. Jung will be chairman of the Izvestia Is edited by the wide.
Steering Committee, 1 ly traveled Alexel
on the North Trail about Klux Klan members were In. leaders held out the Adjhubel,
"The United organization Premier Khrushchev's son.tn.
one mile south of the LeeCounty promise of a comparatively Is being developed in depth"said
brief session and
law.Too
a quorum of
line. Naples' Taxes 51 senators was rounded Powell. "Mr, Copley hat often Russian shoppers do
Glidden, harvesting near 500 within 19 minute of the starting up an extensive background In both not know products are available
acres of melons, expected to hour. The business and community activity. because they aren't advertised
plan was to re.
reach All Paid Now In a retired status he de. Izvestla
a peak of the season the Nearly cess for the day about 4 p.m., complained. When ads
sire to continue his civic work do
latter pan of this week or ear- without going Into the night a* appear they aren't very in.
Naples' taxes are 99.04 per and the enthusiasm and Hiring the
ly next. About 20 cars of weekday session have been do. possesses paper said, citing
melons will be loaded dally cent paid, Tax Collector Bert ing. desire to assume the responsibilities such examples as "Tea Is a
Plnkston reported Friday of a United Fund Cam. useful and tasty dilnk" and
1 I.
Voting
during the peak he said. expected next week,
There Is $12,729.82 plus a palgn manager He 11 now under* "Use the services of railway
1I perhaps on
Wednesday
on an
County Agriculture Agent h three per cent penalty for late taking initial work on develop. transport."
amendment
Don Lander viewing the opera- lsmn .iR payment still due on 114 property Senate leader proposed, Democrat by Mike the ment of the general campaign

tion tabbed it opportune, with ., tax bills. Taxes became de. Mansfield of Montana and Republican plan
the comment: "The demand Is llncjuent U of March 31. Everett M. Dlrksen of- "The experience obtained dur. HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) Pp.
hot and the price is good." -.--- ''I am confident that nearly: Illinois ing the past two years,upjardlng lice early Saturday arrested a 27.yearold .

Presently growers are get DOWN THE CONVEYOR the melon go each sidctiacked from the mainline all of the outstanding taxes wIDe Their proposal to require of administrative records and man they identified as

ting around five cents per pound according to weight and shunted to trucks which will leave the plant collected before May 5, when jury trial In most criminal con. continued work of key volunteers the mastermind of a plot to loot
for the melons. delinquent taxes will have to be who participated as division four suburban banks using
of unsuspecting
for the north with melons of uniform size tempt court cases, could
advertised" the tax official re drive the opening wedge Into chairmen last year indicate a "bank robbers"
marked. the Senate stalemate. strong aggressive campaign will hired through the Texas Em.

California'sPrimary ; S *' Percentage of collection is be conducted, Powell said ployment Commission.
: running about the same as last
year when 11 tax certificates .
Plans eventually were sold. "People
ee N. ,h have been very good In paying RENEW nmDRIVER'S : -r

city taxes, and 1 hope to have to LICENSe
Move ForwardSACRAMENTO
sell no more than five or six OUR/HC/ YOUR
certificates this Pinks
year,
Calif (AP)- ton said BIRTH MONTH
Preparation for California'sJune e 4 IWORKMEN
2 presidential primary returned 1y
to near normal today.
But Harold Etassen, who stalled Reds Seeing Red
election machinery for two daysIn
an attempt to get on the Republican .
ballot, vowed to keep MOSCOW; (AP) The Soviet Cited unity In the struggle
trying i Union accused the Red Chinese against imperialism.
The U.s. Supreme Court Friday today of shameless slander and
turned down Sta Mn'a appeal overt cheating and charged "In fact the Chinese dele
for a place on the ballot. them with trying to Isolate Rus.sla gatlon at the meeting in the In.
California's Supreme Court from the nation of Asia and doneslan capital advocated the
bad previously upheld Secretary Africa 'cutting off of the Soviet Union

at State Frank Jordan's refusalto The Communist party news from A/ro-Asian countries thus
list Staasen. Jordan aald the paper Pravda leveled an angry continuing to damage the unityof
former Minnesota governor had 2,500-word blast at Peking for the forces fighting against rx..

fallen short of the required Mocking an immediate invitation imperialism. j
number of certified signatures for the Russian to attend "The Chinese delegation in
But Stasaen told a Republican a conference of Asian-African Jakarta tried to fulfill its plan
editors' meeting In French Lick, nations to be held In Africa next aimed at isolating. the peoplesof

Ind, Friday night that be has March. Asia and Africa from the soclallst YOU'LL DO A GOOD JOB says George Powell,
uncovered "new evidence" and "The Chinese minister at for countries, from the struggle right president of the United Fund to Chuck
will continue his eign affairs for did not
InvestigationInto resorted to sham* peace. They stop
what he called "unfair, leas slander when he alleged at anything In their attempts to Copley yesterday in announcing Copley's selectiona
take over for the last operation, receiving the uniform melons the 1964 chairman for the
wrongful and MehJiaaded." activities. : that the Chinese people' republic achieve their nationalistic and campaign United
from the diverter and packing and stacking for the trip to market. at the conference advo. hegemonlcallstic alms." Fund Drive (NEWS jhotoj[ ):


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, Aprlljg' 1964 '

Negro Admits L J'r'a k! Navigators Train InSubmarines


Shopping Around By Rolfe Yt

Stabbing Of Dr Land

STATIONERY the navigator. ola
NEW uuai'ON. Conn. (AP NOW

PoIarif.fSrTg nuclear submarine can keep up with hh

JaUice WylieNEW trade without setting foot on the crdt.

New training simulators here and at Charleston. S.C .
situation that might br
YORK (AP-A 19-year. can imitate every navigational

old unemployed laborer WII met (t sea.
charged with homicide today In The "dry land aubma"nu"sre II. The "voyage" can also hc
the brutal slayings of career ro't'' ae outfitted like part of a sub speeded up during routine parts_

girls Janice Wylie and Emily marine end look like part of a so that the navigator can spend
f lit 1E 4 Hoffert last Aug. 28 In their submarine.An more time on problem sequence.

171 r''+ upper East Side Manhattan t t instructor can simulate all While the navigator is working
see we&< apartment.The w.j' 1 the problems that arise in the the instructor sits at\ .
stood a nuclear aubmarme. displays which tell him how hi-
more Jr., a Negro, poker.
.1Uf1)[ ) faced in Brooklyn Criminal # 4 The simulators are intended student. is doing.
ter Court as he also was chargedwith / mainly for training of crews between The computer shows the actual
homicide In the stab slay aaa patrols because of the simulated position and types outa

ing of a Brooklyn woman April urgent need for precision in running log showing what thrnaigator
; ;;; 14. a navigation, Officers say an error thinks the position la.
,
; yr4
s Whitmore was arrested Fri. a of one degree in direction when a The installation here is a
s day morning In connection withan missile Is launched can throw it replica of the George Washington
attempted purse snatchingon more than 40 miles off target. ant) Ethan Mien class sub

a Brooklyn street the day be. "With" the trainers instruct"rican I inn; Ths ont at Charleston
/ atop a "voyage" at im :I' ,,'I ip like, Iht new Lafayette
__ _
,
h'-- ,
questioning, police and a sequence of Ian
During point repeat
said, Whitmore admitted killing PROCLAMATION designating this week as MENTAL HEALTH WEEKin

46.year.old Minnie Edmonds, a Naples was signed by Vice Mayor M. J. "Casey" Miller (seated) In ceremonies .

Negro, stabbing her twice in the held yesterday Looking on front left are. Dr. John Franklin,

face and twice In the chest. Mrs. Eleanor DeVVilde, Carl Clemmer, Roy Hilberg, Dr. Ethel Try stad, and
Later he told them he had Mrs. John Franklin. (NEWS photo)
slain Miss Wylie and Miss Hof. \

: fert.Police said Whitmore, in- a-

. "It's for a hypochondriac who hat had everything!! statement, said that on the Mental IllnessProclamation : F

morning of the double murder "JNe poetrll Corner'I'm ;
he went by subway from Brook.
onto tho V.. Wirephoto net.
Extend Wirephoto lyn to 42nd Street, Manhattan,
work. It marks another Impor.
and somehow got up to the East President -
WHEREAS, The late
tant in AP Wirephoto su. 4
Service To Soviet perlorlty.step" 80's where the girls lived in a Dreaming Tonight of Naples''Twas John F. Kennedy gave

AP's permanent European $200.a.month, furnished three. In the last year of his life,
AP
MOSCOW ( ) The Euro. down in Florida
room apartment. Naples, ,
4 4s
Wirephoto network already op. personal leadership to the national
network of The
Wirephoto
pean Whitmore was quoted as One
say. December
Associated Press today was extended crates in Great Britain, France, ing he got Into the apartment warm Day, fight against mental Illness ;
I was doing good ole
some fishingOn
Switzerland
to the Soviet Union. Italy, Germany, building by a rear stairway and 100WHEREAS
The new link from Helsinki to Norway, Sweden, the Nether. saw the door of apartment :3C beautiful Naples Bay. In evidence of
Moscow Is the first permanent, lands and Belgium. ajar. his concern for the mentally
The sun was warm, the climate mild,
full time picture transmission ill President delivered
Whitmore's statement said he Kennedy
In fact it was beautiful t.3c
so
system between the U.S.S.R.and entered the apartment, made his historic toConTess *
Clocks In !Much message
I acted like child
other countries. a ;
his way to the kitchen and was in February 1963 calling
Tsss, the Soviet news and Of NatiQ"love! "rummaging around" when So I grabbed a palm by the arm for an end to the tradition

photo agency, completed arrangements Janice cam out of the batheroom As we went round and roundIt of of the 111 '
Friday for the new One Hour AheadNEW towel him neglect mentally '
wearing a saw wasn't snowballs from Minnesota and i- &
line with Preston -
photo Grover,
and screamed.
chief of the Associated Press YORK (AP) Daylight That knocked me to the ground, WHEREAS. In the messagethe
The statement said he picked
Saving Time starts Sunday In It was dear ole Florida coconuts
bureau here. Photos began to up a soft drink bottle, struck her President called for wide
move Saturday. most areas of the nation, with with it until she was uncon. So big, so round, so firm and sound. spread reform In the mental 1

t' \ the photo dlvU clocks being moved ahead one sclous, then tied her. hospitals to accord to all patients 4flt
slon of Tsss, is the Moscow I miss this beautiful friendly town
hour.The at When Miss Hoffert returned, the benefits of modem
terminal of the line. time changes officially trie statement said, Whitmore That is nestled by the sea, psychiatric treatment, and
In New York, Wes Gallagher, 2 a.m. The change-which lasts also struck her with a bottle The palms and balmy weatherIs WHEREAS, In this ,
take la message
until Oct. 25-will place
general manager of AP, said: 21 states on a state.wlde basis""'and tied her. But she came to the place to live for me. President Kennedy also called
"This will
new facility permit
and started to scream.
direct transmissions of photos At Ireland's blarney Castle, Whitmore's statement said he So take my advice you snow birds for the development mental health of comprehensive = ,r

from Moscow across Europe on the firm duty! of custodians each then got three carving/ knives That stay up North and freeze, services
the AP network, then across the morning is to scrub the lipstick from the kitchen and stabbed And come to Naples, Florida, In the community, and
Atlantic AP's exclusive full WHEREAS In of
on pursuit
of yesterduy'a womenvisilora-off Miss Hoffert repeatedly. Police And live like
time picture cable and directly the Blarney Stone. said Whitmore told them he honeybees.Stan. these goals the President caused -
also stabbed Miss Wylie but for Davis to be promulgated legislation ALL AT SEA ON DRY LAND Two crewmen of a

no apparent reason. West Duluth Minn. providing federal grants to nuclear submarine study navigation in a simulator at

Whitmore further was quotedas the states to assist them In the New London, Conn. submarine base. The trainerscan 'I

saying he then thoroughly construction of community simulate any condition navigators are likely to find
washed the knives and hit mental health v
centers
'After' legislation during actual
an
es hands and left the apartment, cruise
Quiet Week In subsequently being en-
getting to the street by the rear If I go first ', acted Into law, and
stairway of the building. And remain : Caucasians Now
BOOKS you ,
Whitmore is 5 feetI\ and Just WHEREAS President Lyn- Man Held As.Mastermind
keep
myheartIn City Buiding| don B. Johnson. In his first
weighs about 140 pounds. Ahead Of Japs In
r; fond.mr io.***; ... ',
His brother, Gerald, 18, told /"JnuitTir'OB address to Congress, November
'newsmeri\ that Whltmore1 cameto r >< MlAtitf l.*4b* But Just Wait 27, 1963 called upon the In Hawaiian Islands', ,

SONG & STORYySHOP New York from Wlldwood, Do not be sad, tf nation to mandate Into effective HONOLULU (AP) Cauca.
'
N. J., with other members of For I have seen Cobwebs gathered around the action, the American dreams Bank RoberyHOUSTON slans have overtaken the Japa.

his family in 1961. Most of the The greatest love building permit spindles this which had been vitalized by nese as the predominant race

659 5th Ave. So. MI 2.2520 family returned to Wildwood That's ever been. last week at the City of Naples President Kennedy's drive and Tex. -(AP) Po. in Hawaii for the first time In

last December. Robert and Collier County building de- dedication, among them the lice said a 27.year.old the history of the islands.
T. bridegroom
Their and sister Bowers
parents a A report by the state Depart.
part merits. "dream of from Las
all-out attack
an Vegas, Nev.,
Geraldine, 17, now live In Wild. ment of Planning and Economic

p wood. The three brothers In the Weather Review four Two other$14,000 permits residences added up and to on NOW mental Illness.THEREFORE" I signed a he statement plotted to today lout four admitting Development Friday added that
-JVPLCS:: rEIfTRE; family, George, Gerald, and Hawaii's population has soared
a $29,120 building week In Na* suburban banks with help
Archie
hellle, 23, have been living InNew Turner, By virtue of 11.' per cent since 1960.
PROGRAM York. Max. Min. Rain plea. Five permits in the county the authority vested In me as from unsuspecting aides, hired Caucasians
THEATRE 36.5
WEEKLY the comprise per
through Texas
Miss Wylie, 21, an aspiring; April 18 87 59 0.00 totaled $21,768.Brighter Mayor of the City of Naples, Commission. Employment cent of the resident population,

Period Of actress and niece of author April 1* 87 59 0.00 days are ahead,what Florida, do hereby designate Lt. Joe Singleton identified Japanese 29.1 per cent.
Philip Wylie was employed at with the $1,200,000 la Tour Rl-
,
APRIL 26th THRU MAY led AprU 24 88 59 0.00 and proclaim the week of April the admitted master mind as
Newsweek magazine. Miss Hof. April 21 90 62 0.00 vage and the $375,000 Holiday 26-May 2, 1964 as MEN John L, Burke, a writer honey. *
"" I I J tell, 23, was a teacher. They itI
III II II II I Inn still
outstanding. City TAL HEALTH WEEK In Naples mooning here with his wife.
April 22 91 62 0.00
GET MORE OUT OF LIFE GO OUT TO A MOVIE hared wa thlrd-floor apartmenton Official
Pinkston
Building Ben
Florida, and call upon the citizens Officers nabbed Burke in an
East 88th Street with a for. April 23 90 66 0.00
Is expected to get the two projects' of this early morning raid on thecouple's
City to pay tribute
mer college roommate, Patricia April 24 89 66 0.00
Toffee, 21. Dsts supplied by Csrlbb.sn Q.rd.ni plans shortly and Issue to the memory of President apartment. They found
permits. John F. Kennedy, and dedicate 110,684 in a brown bag and $494
---- -----
Notice of commencement themselves to carry for in Burke'sbilUold.Authorities .

NAPLES MOST MODERN filed In the county clerk's office ward In Naples, Florida, the said he will be

SUN. NOfDN'IfPIUII HAIR FASHION SALON Friday on the Holiday Inn goals set forth In the men charged Police with quoted robbery.Burke as tell.

I Hits Week Bpeclal! job. Contractor will be W.O.B. tal health program of President Ing them the four messengershe
is
MON. EM ., 'Permanent Inc of Memphis, where Holiday Kennedy, for help to the sent to various banks were

I Inns of America began. mentally ill and the conquestof Innocent pawns In his scheme.

TUES.iF5IIZIIS Wave Rt.. ".... $12.50 Latest development on la mentalll1ness, Four young men, thinking

d1Nfo0L0a a suannt slat Tour Rlvage was reported by IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I they were picking up payrollsfor f

Try Mr Wills New Body Hair Cut! Makes four act County Building Official Carl have set my hand and seal of their new boss, took sealed

stay better and keeps the frill out of your permanent. Clemmer. Frank J. Rooney, the City of Naples, on this 24th messages to women tellers at
president of the company build day of April, nineteen hundredand the four banks Friday.
II. .. .......i...." .. .. Uti ing the luxury beachfront cooperative sixty four.BYlsMJ. The messages falsely warned
FASHIONS
WILLS HAIR the women their children
called Clemmer last ."Casey"Miller, wen
4S7 Filth Av.. W. eke. ,.e 1-74)1. week from Fort Lauderdale. vice mayor being held hostage. They were
ordered to fill up a money bag
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"Now about this permit, *
with bllli U they wanted to see
WED. Rooney began. "What permit?" ATTESTi their children again.

Clemmer responded. "La Tour Elsie Lehman, When the scheme had run Its

THUR. LOOK NO FURTHERYou'll Rivage," Rooney said City Clerk course

"You've got the wrong build- 1. The mystery man, who

FRI. ing department That's the used the name Charles Hudson,

City's, not mine," Clemmer had collected one "payroll" of ,

SAT. tsrsr.arewa.wy Knb end Aeepp. eenrre +.w find no finer homesite in the central Naplesarea explained. "Shucks," Rooney Carl Clemmer, president of about $12,000 delivered by one I
of his
than the 150 by 100 feet of lovely lot on said the board of directors of the 2. A messengers.second messenger was In. TO LATIN POST-
Robert D. Gregg Is the owner Collier County Mental Health As.
the northeast corner of First Street, South, and of a $14,000 residence to soclatlon has asked all churches, tercepted by police just as he Covey T Oliver, 50, hat bun

Third Avenue Just a block from the beach. be built at 465 Central Avenue clubs and organizations to In. bank was about with to drive off from a named by President Johnson to I

$9,500 terms. by William B. Stone Inc. L.V form the public they can be with $10,050.a money bag stuffed be the ambassador to Colombia"
; Shields will be the helped with confidential problemsby He Is a processor of law at
contractorfor 3. Police had pulled in all (bur
seeking the assistance of clergymen the
University Of
nTNQtI' a house of the same priceat Innocent hands They were later Pennaylvama.
; y C aaaxVt physicians and the local
2545 13th Street North for released.
,
County Mental Health Depart.ment.
++e Raymond E. An. 4. The mastermind of the rob. MOVING TO ORIDA?
AD MILLER ASSOCIATES
-f Period Of -J E.N. Vvliltehurst Is building D:. John Franklin, is the da. berles had disappeared with the IAI"e.t Rstra- add tirt"-

APRIL Jatk 27th I MAT lit led *" a duplex for $9,408 In East partment's full time clinical teller$12,000 at yielded by a frightened era, Modern Equipmen Sea'
REALTORS Naples. Jim Walter Homes Is psychologist.; Mrs. Agnes the Belfort State Bank. pie Rages avtweeii Ns.Vr

GRANTHEPBURNSUNe r* W/> 305 Fifth Avenue, South MI 2.2124 building a $6.720 house for peMent, full time psychiatric have Police been said the "Hudson" may sad same man who 2000 Iba. .oot 1M.
;
E.V. Brantley In East Naples social worker and Clarence
Schilt, psychiatrist, are also on used an lg.year.old boy to take cost you eostjoaj!
E.H. McMillan
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putting a
up the staff of the County Mental $5,680 from a bank In Las New York $201.20 PU.4t1<
rrrnnirnine $2,640 residence along U.S. 41 Health Department. Vegas, Nev., March 12. Chicago $201.20 $362.40'
near the east county line. A simlur ruse was used sue.cessfully Cleveland $199.60 13S9sd{

in Pensacola, Fla.last
PIGS ICCOND MATUM
July. Serving all| Borthera potitfs
*> Dr*.s and Drapery Fabrics and Florida
Read the The unsuccessful robberies including Naples
MON. Want AdsCHICK
I Notions were at the Harrisburg National Fort Myers, Punts Gorda

Bank, the MacCregor Park Na. Charlotte Huber, SarasoU.
a Quilted Bed SpreadsAlterations tlonal Bank and the Spring ete. Write fur rates and cost

Branch Bank. estimates from as, city to
WAlt DISHITS and DOUBLE CHECK The messengers said they say Florida point"or tall eon
Ii BaiT had been hired after filing ip.plications .
left
-Phone
:::mrrm TAYlDB gverytMng for the Nome '..a, DUNBARS SSi with the Houston of. 862-1121.
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Machine Deer Hunting /at .f2e4 at SUNSHINE SUPREX 1frYTBI

Goes To Dance-
Season Is Set .
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What's Next? To Open Nnv 14 l
t
TALLAHASSEE (AP- FlorIda J-;
STORRS, Conn. (AP) Os resident hunters will take to [] r

wild the romantic computer, the woods and field( Saturday,
did O.K. on his first venture as Nov 14 as the 1964-65 hunting

a matchmaker at the University season opens for deer, turkey
d Connecticut. N
quail, squirrel and bear.
He beset difficulties
was by After a series of public hear.
such as the girls who said they and
which hunters
togs during
didn't want "sexually aggres presented their desires FOREMOST
sportsmen
slve" and who did
partners boys
the State Game Commls.
,
not want girls who were likelyto i
ci lion set the seasons and bag
"get serious" ,
limits Friday.
But, with the help of a
The only exception to the Nov.
few went ICE MILK
humans everything
14 opening Is the Third Conser. i'm :
smoothly at the dance Friday nation District which opens Nov.
night despite a surplus of a 21,
score of males.It .
Third(
Throughout the First
was all part of an expert
and Fourth districts hunting
HALF GALLON
ment by the psychology depart
will be permitted daily In the 4 .
merit. Questionnaires with 60 I
Second District, hunting will be
questions were offered to the
permitted dally except In Dixie,
student body. They were filled
Gilchrist and Levy counties In _
out by some 550 students.
the Fifth District, hunting will
Oswald-on IBM 7040 com puter .
494
be permitted dally only south of -
- State Highway 30 and the St.
each student with three suitable
Johns River.
partners for the dance.
State Highway 50 runs from
Came the big night, the cho
Tltusvllle through Orlando to
sen students congregated In the Brooksvllle. .
_
Student Union ballroom and
Where staggered day hunting
were quickly tagged and are
ts enforced hunting will be si.
ranged by number.
:.+ lowed daily during the first nine I
"Hey look at 427 over there a -+vt
a days of the season and Nov. 25. ..
c
What a doll! was a typical Mrs. Filbert's ,
29 and Dec 23 Jan. 3.
comment.
Shooting hours for all hunting
Jack Carlson, a senior major.
will be from half hour before
one WHIPPEDMARGARINE .
Ing In English, was paired with ,44diw
sunrise to one half hour after
333 a brunette graduate

student also studying English sunset on each open day. this ____
Turkey hunting was split t _
literature and 167 and 13,
two blonde sophomores. year. The first season opens .
Nov 14 and allows three tur.
"If I could remember 333'1name
keys of either sex The second
"
Carlson mused aft
season-allowing two gobblersruns -
erward. "She's older than I am 1 .
March 13.28 south of High
"
-but so what!
50 and March 27-AprU 11
There were some who were ,, .. .. ,., way
=-- '"" ----" -- -- north of Highway 50. 294
hard to match In terms of the
qualifications they had listed for OUTVAMTING .VAMI'7-Madcap: : Carol Burnett's back in Ib T

their prospective partners. They New York for her first Broadway show since 1959 and

drew teroes for one of their wouldn't you know it, she's happily upstaging Tina Louise Holiday Inn

three partners and had to go to a member of her supporting cast. The musical is called
r .
a "problem desk" staffed by "Fade Out" and was written by Betty Comden Adolph ;

humans to fill out their cards, Green and Jule Styne.English Work To Start

which were IBM cards punchedby .
Oswald. Within MonthA f.OR f.

Oswald generally was suc. HOM-MAID SWEET 6 CANS49r

cessful despite requests from Town; Center $375,000 mortgage was ru.ed BISCUITS BUTTERMILK 't
most males for partners better In the county clerk's office
looking then they rated them.
Friday as a preparatory step
selves. He was helped considerably Fleas to construction of a Holiday Inn

by the ladies 85 per cent For Knowledge, of motel and restaurant a couple >w
of whom described themselvesas
blocks north of the Kwlk Chek w

above average In appear. TRINE, fnglandP) Thi."malllkrlror.J Collection'Mecca supermarket on north U.S. 41. Choice, Chopped

ance. "The collection Is Parties to the mortgage are
hue town has be Me avs
The gallant electronic host of tome u center of the world's the mecca for people Rludwng Naples Motel Corporation own. SIRLOIN PATTIESChoice
the evening acknowledged that knowledge of fleas and a vital fleas throughout Ihelold.. They er of the land, and Kentucky Cen. e
he was not Infallible. He signed
tral Life Insurance Co. Naples ,
' aid to science in studies of write la us for informaimn about a
each dance" card: "Good luck- bubonic plague.It various fleas, and send a Heady Motel Corp.( of Lexington, Ky.,
Oswald.
all started w ilh an eccentric' stream of new specimens." agrees In the mortgage to build 894

-- millionaire' interest in fleas He ,goes nn: "The important a $375,000 Holiday Inn,with workto Ib

Cuban lie we' the brother of the late of correct description of /fleas start within a month.
Hunt Nine
I lord Rothschild( and started a was' illustrated only recently Charles B. McEachin Is list

Refugees On RaftIn i oiled ion which now IK the most American stientists studying ed as president of Naples Motel Shoulder

comprehensive in the world bubonic plague were, getting contradictory Corp.

Bahaman WatersMIAMI In t tM'H he collected his first results. They sent

specimen. It mill is one of the dome specimens here LAMB CHOPS
(AP-Northwest Ba.. I I.MM() in the }ulle llun. Then "Thnunlulfl: to all I "prev ioushelkrfs Naples) Couple
hamas waters were searched today '
fleas weraetnnsidered'Ponly' disctnrred there
: we :
for nine raft-riding Cubans nuisance It was, not until a few were in fact: two kinds of human Killer As Car,

who took that precarious routeto years later that .scientists discovered flea instead of only one. One
exile after slipping out of Havana : fleas were carriers of spreads the disease. ;, the other Truck Collide 'b594

on a Lebanese .merchant the huhnnlplalllle: doesn't., SAINT CLOUD (AP-A man '
.
ship.The how the collection: which has "5.. ill the American researchwas and his wife were killed and a ,
U.S. Weather Bureau at specimens of I.*(00) of the world' wasted. Thev have startedall second woman critically Injured

Miami said conditions In the I I.7M) known types of flea hat over again Irving It) find out Friday In a car ruck collisionon

northwest Providence channel become: the relcrvnce center: : for which of the two types carries U.S. 441 near here. ARGO WHOLE GREEN

appeared "pretty decent" and siphon.iplerologists, the people: the dl "u"e." The dead were Identified as iI1 '
the Coast Guard said there wasa who studs lloas. (throughout the Wlllard Floyd Jenkins, 50, and : ( I1 BEANS 2 rains 29c

chance of finding the refugees world his wife, Ruby Parsons Jenkins

alive Experimental 52, both of Naples
Ships and planes from Miami Collection Catalogued A passenger Mrs. Essie Lou.

and the Bahamas swept the The collection: is mist being Jetliner Crash Ise Cathey, 35, of Bryson City, NABISCO LARGE 20 OZ. PKG.
channel area 125 miles east catalogued, u lung und arduous. N.C., was taken to Saint Cloud

northeast of Miami. task One ot. the collection's: : hospital. Her condition was de. VANILLA WAFERS

Language difficulties prevent. three scientists:I "' hurry| Hopkins. Called SuccessPHOENIX scribed as critical.
ed the Coast Guard from getting un entomologist. has "been winking Deputy sheriff Fred Llttlefleld

a clear picture of what happened at U .fur I II I veers ArU. (AP-Oe. Identified the truck driver as

when the Lebanese freighter lie work with Charles Kolhschild's spite the severity of Friday's Kenneth Howard Me Call, 29, of
Aretl radioed Friday night that ,t.lulth..r.hlldnl, now DC7 airliner crash, safety offl. West Palm Beach. He escaped 294

the Cubans had taken to the Mrs.,, (ic,rge I Lane. ol. Nluld I cials say that If there had been Injury.

channel on a floating work plat Manor near OstorJ. whn ",'p.. any passenger aboard they

form made of oil drums and the' limiK interest, in the collection could have survived. Everyone Reads The NEWS

planks.A I alie.Custodian They termed the experiment. It Psji To Advertise
Coast Guard plane went to ot t the* collection ,I" al crash "highly successful"and __

Investigate and Its commander .I""r."IJ I r.ins !Sinn. ., Puuh said It was "almost as we

learned from authorities at Free hndsapr, | iiuUrur IIh,. IK,i ,un i planned it."
port Grand Bahama that the crash turned out to be J
u eiphnnapirrd.' I -yi"i i sari ,1 I The NAPLESBUSINESS
Aretl had tried to land the nine 1",111111'\'\" .i i ,'iv is,.ihln much more severe and spectac. FREE COFFEE-MAKERI / Iw
Cubans in Bahamas political ular than had been projected.
asylum but had been turned Instead of coming to rest on

down. the side of a ISO-foot high) hill, MAXWELL r a
The Aretl continued Its voyage the four-engine craft skimmedover

from Havana toward Italy The the peak and landed on the

refugees apparently feared be. other side. A fire broke out as SERVICEPAYROLLS \

ing stranded In Europe or be. the fuselage ruptured, but It apparently ) HOUSE
Ing returned to Cuba and dead caused little damageto '

ed to go overboard on the raft. the test. S

Searchers considered the pos. r n.. Hoover an official of the .8' Instant Coffee A A ASise

slbllity that the Cubans reachedone Federal Aviation Agency from RECORDS

of numerous tiny Islands Washington; said the crash
which lie east of the channel a would have been survivable He TAXIS

major shipJane. said passengers In the fuselage 10.01, 1 49
from the wings back could have AND

r lived .
General JungAppointed \ Officials said there was only 100KKIIPlNOSYSTEMS

minimum damage to technical 4.. .y
;
By equipment. .
It will take about two weeks + .

to compile the data, and another Phone KRAFT'S MIRACLE ,
?
State ChamberGeneral six months to come up with tr
j d
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t conclusions.Vi MI 2.'1..3 fur ,

Charles E. Jung, of WHIP QT. 49 < '

MI Fifth Accuse. Mull'
Naples has been named to the ( b< surprised "if those

Military Affairs Committee of hubs VOM plant from, hothouoerants F FSTOKELEY'S
V ,!... Florida'
the Florida State Chamber of I- deteriorate in flavor. I
Commerce It was announced yes. CUT BEETS

terday by Floyd B. Bowen president e bra
t s ,
of the Chamber. N 2 303 Cent 25
The committee's function Is to .-

maintain a continuing appraisalOf The Agency With Personal Services ; l ,rr b
military activities in the state, STEEL BOSS-"'''*4 "?

and to work toward making Florida f Martin. 60, li the new chief.OCCGve KAY-JUN BEAUTIES v r. ,
attractive to the military I IA
more .
and board ch"r"n "Ns49iIBM
Including retired personnel. YAMS 2
of Bethlehem' Still Corp. the
.
In this way It Is able to serve the dependable .I***!, rasper.*
nation' defense while Improving nation No. 2 stiilmiktr, ,, HI ibis for preUctuif you r-

economic condition In the state succeeded Arthur B. Homer family, "horn end business
fsinst rr ry inswsVU west
of 'loss through a planned pro-
gum of protection |......n....
FOR FAIR AND
by CompsnM of unqiMtlonodnnsncisi
REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT \
itrMfth.
ELECT '" SPECIALS fOR MOM, TUES. I. WED

CECIL E. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 P.M.

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Democratic Primary May 5, 1964 P5.s. 2JMIMaths.
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ORINt NtttJ ._'.... Today In WashingtonBY


OYY 0 THE ASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON


SUNDAY APRIL 26, 1964 apathy and indifference is dan.
h In the
-
,; (Air gerous and are being vitalized
4 new from Washington: to express their views."

Let's Stick To Facts Just The FactsOne t'' congressmen SCHOOL PRAYERS have voiced: under Two concern Department SECURITY says RISKS it found The C3 State s,:.

I1 that a campaign curity risks in Its ranks tart
way to stampede Congress Into year, most of them homose.all \\!.
of the lamentable facts about than three years I 11 amending the U6 Constitutionto none ubvorslves

the controversy over Medicare legislationis It does not seem fair that proponentsof ., schools permit prayers in public The report was given subcom.to a

that its proponents apparently feel no Medicare should so glibly stray from Rep. B. F. Sisk, RCaliX., becoming -. House mittee in Appropriations closed session Feb. 4

obligation to stick to facts. The matterof the facts of the matter. :: E the first witness to told oppose and released by the subcommlt.
INCp such an amendment,
cost to the wage earners is a case Our own Senator Spessard Holland ttj 1\tRN the House Judiciary Committee tee 25,000emplo Thursday. The. departmenthas

In point has expressed these opinions on the King- RiES > o Friday the move was being Raymond W. Laugel, actin,;

The King-Anderson Bill to provide Anderson Bill: whipped along by "right-wing attackon deputy assistant secretary: for
extremists" and was an
health care for the elderly, 'if passed as "The King.Anderson Bill, popularly jt /4 the Supreme Court. security 63 employes, told the reslgi subcommitteeall ,ed/ after

written, would hike payroll taxes to 7% known as Medicare, suffers from defects Sisk, who said he was a mem.prot. the department showed them its
ber of a fundamentalist
per cent of the first $5,200 of earnings, which make it a bad bill. Many peopledo estant sect, declared the kind of evidence.
BAKER An Internal Revenue
half paid by employee and half by em. not understand that under Medicara amendments being proposed Service Investigation: has estab.

ployer The present social security tax. they would receive only a limited amountof would majority amount rule." to religion by 11 shed that Bobby Baker forgedan

is 7'/ per cent on the first $4,800:> protection under the Federal administration s 'ttr Slsk's testimony was "like a accountant's name to 19CI
federal Income tax returns
Just about everyone supporting Medicare The Senior Citizen would, in fact, bit of cool" air in the heart of Commissioner Mortimer Caplin
declared committee
keeps telling the American people receive only about 25 per cent of his summer chairman, Emanuol CeUer, D- said in a letter to Chairman B.

that the program would cost a worker medical needs"Medicare N.Y., who has listened to more Senate Everett Rules Jordan Committee., D-N.C., of the

only $1 a month. The fact is, however, makes no provision for -J 4hfDRRI than 23 an: members amendment of to Congressurge undo a Caplln said Baker signed the

that an average worker who earns paying doctors' bills, except the servicesof : Supreme Court decision and per. name of Milton L. Hault as the
of the Individual
over $100 a week, |just to use a certain specialists in a hospital. It mil prayers in public schools turn preparer submitted by Baker and re-by I

round figure, would pay more than would not pay even limited nursing home "An stampede attempt Congress is being," Celler madeto his wife Dorothy and also as the

twice as much as Medicare proponents care, unless the nursing home was hos. said. "I'm glad to see people preparer of his partnership return .
on the Carousel Motel in
suggest. Workers now earning above pital-connected. It would not pay drug finally are realizing that their Ocean City, Md.

the example figure of $100 now bills for patients treated at home I
THIS CURIOUS WORLD

pays $174 a year in social security "Basically, Medicare would providefor

taxes. If Medicare should be passed as only 90 days of hospitalization with

written, each would pay $201.50 or the patient paying the first $90. After 'h :-. 'l' L"iWQ a' .
$27.50 more than at present, and the that, the ill and elderly would ba on their trwHrN

employer would pay an equal amount fora own, with no help from Medicare. Fur y:.i:.., ; :Ar, {: '.: "," ':j;:,!;t; : ': :j,.'::1'.,(:t. ,'.:.:,;" '\ WAS'" 0N6 A tAW or a&xXeHT Tits BEST II DRESSED lOtltDON,

total payroll tax of $403 and a total ther, it applies to all elderly people regardless 7 ''CMIB N.SN WtiCll0o6

increase of $55. of need." Ute .

As a practical matter, the workers Senator Holland says those who shout GEMS OF THOUGHT re

would pay the entire tax, or at least for "Medicare now" are misleading the OUTLOOK

the biggest percentage of it, since taxes elderly for selfish aims, and points out *

are an ingredient in the price consumers that the Kerr-Mills Bill, now in effect in Arms and the Taxpayer LOOK WITHIN

pay for goods and services. 36 states and territories includ:"ig Flor- By GEORGE HACEOORN People who are chronically e.
misunderstood must look for thi
The chief actuary of the Social Security ida, can offer a much better deal for explanation in themselves

Administration, Robert J. Myers, has both young and old. Sarah Patton BoyleIf
Nothing is certain in the the stage as shrinking defense SILK MS
told Congress that if the U. S. economy We cannot but agree with Senator world of national and Inter- expenditures make room for THa OW Am.soaAUrc

remains dynamic, the taxes proposed in Holland for ha is quoting facts some- national affairs, but the odds them. If this should happen, thou scest anything in th y (**>7ogooo NC ... e*>T WFISH WiTHiN 0M05'42 CUVffJOO 0Na
the King-Anderson Bill would not be seem to favor a gradual the result will be that, while self which may make thee proud, 'fete OOO MIU Wff K.H
thing proponents of Medicare do not downtrend in federal defense defense expenditures are fallIng look a little further and thoi u 9,5"OO POUNDS
enough to finance the program for more wish to do. spending The Administra: total government spending shall find enough to humbl e, I If IN

..,,, tions' budget for the fiscal will either remain con- thee
:,.: t mIIIW[ 81._!. : year starting July 1 calls for a I stant or continue to increase -Francis Quarles JAPAN
w'w.: ,' u cut of more than $1 billion In without the nation ever havIng Inspect the neighborhood o '
defense expenditures Some I made an explicit decisionin thy life; every shelf, every moo]k Noasas
analysts foresee further cuts favor of this course. of thane abode WO E
of up to $5 billion over the Whether or not the problems -Jean Paul Richter STRAVVAND ly i t
I next five years. 1 [ posed directly, however, it Is ,
. .. .. .. .. The prospect of a reductionin 1 certain to underly many discussions Our great object in time I:I AND RESHop WERE
OPINION defense spending raises a I of our future econ that we cultivate within us al I
number of questions. The one omic growth. The nation can that we can carry into the eternal '. rte TTTE RY
.. .. which will be discussed here Is, bear whatever burden Is nec- progress beyond. Mn.eS:
While the its Impact on the total federal I essary to finance\ defense or -Bulwer-Lytton .H.-
'
N Lingers
You / Must Be Screed o. ., budget and, through it, on the other essential expenditures :
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s'trr fare About the onlytime'hlgh school girls tax burden. i fur "a limited. period, Never- i .
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All that keeps families from : ever speechless Is just after a close It Is probable that the---1, theirs; in the*longg!' run our -JlC.lC..r
a home of their own Is a popular teen high/ school basketball game. of our citizens would ele economic growth and further
age daughter -THE ANNA (iu) GAZETTE.DLMOCRATi use any reduction in the de- : increases in our living stand Historical
.Tiifc: MIDLAND (ONT.) FREE potss HERALD: fense budget as the basis of ards will\ depend on the tech- COLLIER COUNTY
yt SIn further tax reduction. It is nological development, Invest-
'* Zf By KURT CRIESSHABER AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
Short clear, however, that a vocal ment, and profit Incentivesthat
These Changing TimesIn ,\ and persistent group will regard are needed to expand the i I. - --- ---
To make a long story short, there is the reduction in the defense private economy. SOKC: KCLIC3 our youth, the perfect gift for an nothing like having the boss pop In burden as an opportunity It seems clear, then, that an
18-year-old girl was a compact. It still --THE EURMAN; TEXAS:: ) TIMES to initiate or expand government effort to shift the benefits of
-If it has four wheels programs in non-de any reduction In defense expenditures From a sunken Spanish Treasure Galleon
Till-: CHt:""' ,AII l\\AH) iMimMttNT! : : iJr <:rCr fense areas They will base to an expansion of
their pleas on an alleged need non-defense projects Is funda ..: .'*.
it ittr
The Last ResortIf for roads, schools, parks and mentally self-defeating Temporary 4.e;; .-,-, 'F-. '.'I'IJ ..
Dates to Remember you cant find It In the dictionary welfare programs; on ill-ef gains for particular ;.14.3srSlal: +n/ _... : teD
the atlas, or encyclopedia, ask for it at fects that they can foresee for areas and individuals will be c t. :..:.: .. .:t., SHOT no
The man who has everything usually the drug store the economy If government made only at the expenseof BARSHOV
has a calendar on the wall-to remind -THE SOMERSET: : (MASS,) SPECTATOR: spending is reduced; and on the country's long-range oI:' 1s't/;'' corrosionsoak
him when the payments are due. the need to offset structural growth. A better solution Is to in fresh water r-
.THE CHbRRYVALB KAN,) Rt.rt'IILICAN ti7 tY dislocations that will accom- reduce our present tax rates,
pany a reduction in defense cut total government spend-
spending. ing and rely on the states and '
\
The most likely course of local communities to provide y n :hAS1JOLLlthtreat'
events is that the Issue will necessary community public
I others say never be crystallized and debated services. bftllllOtaBALLS, ; > wood with plastic
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS In clear-cut terms. A further substantial tax with fuses glycol after soaking.

There Is always a collection of reduction In this decade could treat fuses with plastic glycol
new spending proposals "wait- do much more for the American
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ing in the wings. Fiscal limitations economy than any alter- ,,.,
may discourage their native use of the funds released A' . _.. .
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declines in defense : .
enactment at present, but by "t Co'i-' '. 'If. "
. '- they could quietly move on to(I I spending 3n0s.Zs.: uJhriLC

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Tlu Ctirlunn. .."...Manlier ..ullin Si I, .\III r bird i LuuiiXC \ .\top Deacuse great colleagues, BY THE AUTHOR
est on the pan of our readersin a distinguished archeologist In
:lJ pert lu 51.11dpksduad 4 Valuable 16 Muumaii
I onderiUnd h. wit the hljhwir drpirtmrnii maul prnimrnt holdout": IIrIlU. po>sr iuli :III ihrsjl\ collecting historical relics Germany, whom we have had ty we uncovered several char-

I ..lllIlanrnl> .H Ol.loIh"II1,1 5 (Pronoun 19! ,\IICltlll' lately, we feel that the following the privilege of working with red wooden and paper relics
211 Ut aulpo.Ii 1",11.111" b lydartI gold alluv article will be very welcome several times in Europe. His that are from a sunken Spa-
Preparedness.. Peace 3t1 ,lap. Jr..nl.1 H l'.uxludr bl.Idullg| leal 11 I and amid fantastic collection of original nish Treasuregalleon sunk dur-
w filer A while back a friend uncovered armor Is comparable to the ing the
of of
reign V
There may be a reprieve but not or another, affects all parts of the W'I H Bread relic that had largest collections of Philip
I J y 1 S. / r a f a rare European Spain, and were amazed at their
a pardon in the report that the United States spread !been beneath muck for about museums. perfect preservation under the
Pentagon expects spending on arms Even if major disarmament ''l t tf ., Ji Jb l Name)UfI call 2,000 years It was a sword According to him, great care coral growthl!
agreements: are reached some of with Its original wooden hilt, should be exercised In treating Now, the with
to remain high for the next five / IS ,. II1C,111111watchu' big day comes
with the economic shock might be tem- / f and was hailed as a great find. a rare find, especially If It our soaking relic, when it will
years. For Industries faced pered by spending for equipmentand r- 0"1 I" Rabbit He jubilantly displayed it in Is wood. be crated Our colleague re-
.
the possible problem of convertingto personnel in an expanded surveillance rurrtl a private museum. But aftera Such metals as gold, sliver, c&mmends soaking in clear
nondefense production econo and inspection effort/ > 11 II l' r4 tis 1'/! Bring up number of weeks a pile of bronze and brass seem to last' polyethylene plastic glycol.

mist Rudolph Hardy's words ie- But the country must look ahead a 1I' )II'I U !Surnitiriu wet sawdust resembling the the best, even under salt wa This water soluble substance -
d".1n work of termites appeared under ter.
main true* us many individual industries are will soak Into the relic
ltd\rnli the relic The case was First, If the object found in and
force
"With disarmament even a remote now doing. so that legitimate and : JI t; k ff the moisture out
and the wood hilt ;salt water such from
opened W as a thus sealing it. If this is not
lack uf disarmament be S.1II.r
can
possibility piepara- safeguarded ,. 'sn W 'to pieces upon the touch of his wreck, !tt must be soaked in available clear varnish
tion becomes a luxury we cannot welcomed whenever world conditions /Ian, finger and was obviously beyond sweet water several weeks, I if shellac will do. or even
47 ., ., I ) '
afford"Mr. permit It would be inexcus- } 44 45 the
44 N.111 .J..k 1. saving. object Is found In muck If the early archeologists who
Hardy, of the New England able if such a step for peace were 4. 41 43 HSY 1\ tiplkuldrd"' What had happened it should be air-sealed and opened Egyptian tombs had
Council, was quoted In this news- impeded by an economy unwillingto ( 41 \\.1..11..I i The answer U quite simple; kept moist. Plastic bags are known the glycol treatment backIn

paper's .series, "Impact of Defense give up the profits from swords :?/ 51 SI all the air got to it. For thousandsof handy for this pu;dose. their day, i many wooden objects
Cutbacks in New England" But because it had not prepared itself 47 hlunln, years It had been sealedIn t'awever, if the.,"ooden relic would not have deteriorated
the defense industry, in one way fur a new fashion in plowshares. f7 /; 54 // 55 41 \ 'II I I? muck, preserved and now was charred by fire it will >o rapic'I'I .,

-Chrlttion Science Monitor P a. ........,.,.. n".111! the air deteriorated it rapidly ha\' a t good:; start toward al- ..ate .. -.cle. will]* :ISrss
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Indonesia Sunday, April ZS. W4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 5 ........ ... .
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Malaysia VoteKUALA i5SUI!;. I
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LUMPUR Malaysia l" } .. .. ..... ....
AP -Prime Minister Tunku .... ... .. ... ..... ..,... ".. .
Abdul Rahman put Mi policiesand ".' .'.. 1 s
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prestige to the test Saturday .,,, ,L. ,
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as voters weighed his appeals ,_. .: C'"
for nesian all-out hostility.resistance to Indo I, J" 1'; '.1.\/''" .

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Rahman cornerstone has made of his resistancethe campaign ;... ...(., (. d : ,:.. '

In the state and parliamentary
election and told his people they
must be ready to right In the
face of President Sukarno's r..
peated threats to"crush Malay. EXCELLENCE

sia." HAWAHANMwYelewItoit i .
The 61year.old architect of. r Prlcw Iffoctivt Apr! 27 Thru 29tk ,
Malaysia, molded last Septem.ber
of Malaya Singapore and
IIBorneo states of Sabah and STOKt HOURS P..aeh Sugar

Sarawak predicted a ring OPEN 'TIL 6:30 MON. TO THURS.
ing endorsement as throngs
OPEN, 'TIL 9:00 P.M. FRI.
Jammed
the polls In an apparent

record turnout. OPEN 'Til 7:00: P.M. SAT. ......
About 80 per cent of the 2.8 '"' .' ..' .. 'cIe
million voters were expected to 'S.L.V. 2'5.
make a choice between Rah. Referred .( .
Quantity Rights
man's aim to stand up against ,.. ..,. .1 '
Indonesia and the softer attitudeof ..... ... .
accommodation preached by DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK ,,, 10X, SUKIFINE, 4X, IT. 1ROWN
: I '
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his \, *
opponents.Rahman'e Bread 2 j tea: 29 01 DH MOWN
Alliance party a ::;
coalition of Malay Chinese and
Indian parties, accused the two CRACKIN' GOOD JUMBO
major opposition parties of > 18 '1. Pkg. OOj FREE This Week
complicity with Sukarno who ht & P.IOS Limit Two
has denounced Malaysia as a 'L
n DIXIE DARLING RAISIN i,
British neocoloniallst plot and CURRIFR I 'IVES
launched guerrilla operations In 1Pko 29cOGLE'S
Bread
Babah and Sarawak. 12 oz. Beverage Glass
Police and
troops were placedon NEA Telephoto '
special alert Tor possible ter.
rorlsm, especially in Southern SAFE; AT TilE FAIR.Michelangelo's masterpiece the ( WITH COUPON FROM IOOKft
Malaya and Singapore where "Pieta," is shown on its pedestal at the Vatican's New York
the government charges scores World's Fair Pavilion alter formal dedication of the site. $S OR MORE PUROUSI

of Indonesian saboteurs and .. ..
I !M* V.luabl CWMIU fram CunfarI
agents The are operating.for 104 I.M DMn.rww. ....Iet Yw .........
voting seats was and 282 parlia.mentary state U.S. Had Law School U MeN for '....... MniMrwar. I.pk..
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government seats in the 11 I .1.1 Swiss Top V k. ttampt tVw
Malay states, kingpin of the rrUndly. swig CHIC w WIN'".
FROZEN
Malaysian federation. Sarawak, PRIDE QUICK DIXItFRESH
Sabah their federal and Singapore representatives appoint Before Independence GOVT. INSP. GRADE 'A' / I n SELECT SLICED

and hold separate state elec. FRYER PARTSBreast
tlon I. LITCMF1ELD. Conn. (AP) Reeve conducted the school
Rahman's party was favoredto It was 1775, and (there was no in his home fur about nine years.
win. Counting seats held In recognized law school In all the In 1794 he put up a smaller ,
Sabah and Sarawak it needed American colonies. "building nearby in which he installed Thighs
only 44 more to win a majority Young men who aspired to be his law library and delivered lb' 49c 1
In the 159.seat Federal Parlla- lawyers jot their training by his lectures, and where or Drumsticks
ment. reading law book in the offices students conducted their moot r
Rahman's chief opposition of recognized members of the courts. I
parties are the leftist Socialist bar. Both of the buildings have QUICK FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER
Front and the right-wing, religiously But then in that year before been preserved as museums by
fanatic Pan.Malayan Islamic American independence, Tapping the Litchfield Historical !Society
party. Both have been ad. Reeve opened his home in Two students at the achool Lamb RoastPer
vocatlng a softer line toward Litchfield. a training ground John C. Calhoun and Aaron Burr,
Indonesia. for lawye,.. Reeve'a brotherinlawbecame Per
Now, outside the Reeve home vice presidents of the United
and an adjoining building, stands- States. Three became members c
'A I ?K FROM LITTLE this sign: of the U. S. Supreme Court, 6 Pound
"Earliest American Law School cabinet members, 28 senators Pound Lid f ,
tf SPARKS. P7S-I833." and 14 governors of states.
.. From the start the law school Reeve himself went to the I
in Reeve's home was a graduate QUICK FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER '
of later
College New Jersey ( I
I GIANT FOREST d a ,
school. No one could enroll
Princeton), and while an undergraduate I
*FIRES! GROWl! without having fiat been graduated tutored young Aaron Lamb ChopsPer
from a recognized college. Burr. Burr'a father, the Rev.
Aaron Burr was prcaidfht of the
TERMITESSWARMING college
white tutoring young Aaron, c
? Reeve met Sally Burr. 39
After being graduated In 1763, Pound
Reeve moved to Connecticut,
studied law and was admitted to .
\ Fairy Yalow
1i practice in 1772. Me married -
Sally Burr that same year, and
',1feal built the house that wan to become PRODUCE.,
the first law school. ODI.ODS
fIr In 1798 Reeve took on an associate
I in running the school. It GOLDEN iikiwTTFresh
rrI. war James Could, a 1790 Yale
University graduate who had
., th.sets. .l yew kern, r studied under Reeve, They opera Corn 6 39c

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Gould carried on alone for 13
years, and the achool waa discontinued -
in liB EXTRA FANCY
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to it that Connecticut was not I
without a law achool Seth
Perkins Staples founded a taw 10
Swede's school in New Haven v.hiche- Eggplant Ea.
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6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday April 28, WiTit'Mem'li
[Students Try Solving 1w, 1 IIr She Solves

llln: Problems of WorldAt Crimes for



Imagine Little Naples Collegiate U.N. The Mounties ILWrLW0tLoL :

Gilbert Youth Service VANCOUVER (AP) The
There weren't any slmultane- pretty blonde strode under the
And ous translations, nor were there r twin tower and up the front
Warring I of the old Agriculture Department
Winning any turbaned and robed figuresat dr w steps building now the Royal
the conference table. Canadian Mounted Police' *est- By JANE MARTIN
Bitf apart from these omissions C ast crime detection labor tory.
the all-student model She pulled on I white mock
Against Mighty U.S. general assembly largely duplicated and went to work with microscope Wedding news from romantic Hawaii. Announce.
and a sheaf of note in a
the proceedings of the a, d darkened room under ultra-violet ments have been received of the marriage Wednesday<

Much of the fun of the comedy France and Spain, has 191 United Nations 1 light A few hour later, she left the 22nd of April in Lahaina, Maul Hawaii, of Mrs.

called "The Mouse ThatRoared" square mites, but only 5,200 colleges Eight hundred across the students nation from solemnly 1, for Marlene the airport.Pc. arce, erologist, David Sturgeon Gray II and Mr. Ralph Emerson Lum Jr
which Is being presented Inhabitants, chiefly sheep- for
chool herders. represented their assigned was off again to describe the Mrs. Lum has been a resident of Naples several
at the Junior Hlgh,
result of her investigation in another -
by the Naples Players on May Going up the scale In little nations In committee debate witness box, one of acorn years and has an apartment In the Surfside Club. Mr

8-9. stems from the fact that European countries one comes and plenary session. k she has spoken from in town Lum a lawyer, is senior partner In Lum, Biunno and
It is concerned with, and partly to the Grand Duchy of Luxem- Delegates had been working and cities of four Canadian Tomkins, 605 Broad Street Newark N. J., which was
set In, a small country, a burg, In a corner between for weeks on their home campuses provinces and the Yukon during
very peanut of a European nation France Belgium and Germany famlHarltingthemselveswlttithe j'i' yeah i* a civilian member of founded by his grandfather.
called Grand Fenwlck. which has a respectable 999 the "<>unti.a. Mrs. Mary Barclay Central Avenue Is Mr. Lum'i
latest In
developments At 25, she i il old hand in
an
The amusing jest that sets square miles of area,around Panama (represented by Plymouth '.t. front of judge and jury. tier sister and says she expects the couple to come to Naples

the plot In motion Is that thismicroscopic 5/8 the size of our smallest N.J., State Teachers College evidenceoftenidd substantially late In May. After June 1 1st they will make their home
but sovereign state of Rhode Island which to I net of incriminating data or
country -- five mites long and has 1.248 square miles HavIng ) and the complex political cast significant doubt on asuspect' it 184 Washington Avenue In Chatham, N. J.

three miles wide, with a pop- some rich coal and Iron eruptions In Ghana (defended by < guilt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bassett who leave today for
ulation of 6.000..declares war mines Luxemburgers have Brooklyn College), .. Her evidence was part of the Bloomfield Hills Mich. also have wedding news. June
on the United States, with the built Important steel mills and To keep up-to-date on over .1' Crown cane convicting two men
Intention of losing so that the theirs Is a prosperous com night switches In a country'a forthe murder professional 13th Mr Bassett will play a major role In their oldest

Penwlcklans. can get American munlty of over 300,000 people. policy the students were offered .:. ,...,Ii t Frank' Kiltey. Stain matchingS'illey'e granddaughter's wedding. He will escort Kathryn Morri

tlon"money for "reconstruc the services of the various ',fS. a car trunk blood on group I tire were and foundin in e son down the aisle of the Royal Oak Presbyterian Church.

MIGHTY ARMY missions to the United Nations. house under construction.A Following the ceremony a reception for 300 will be held
Fenwlck's nearest comparably None of these real countries, < '''
Host college for this 37th national ..... '''$ break-in artist pleaded the Red Run Golf Club.FAREWELL.
sized at
real
country. Just a however, Is as charmingly antique guilty when confronted withMarlene'
conclave MISS SARAH PATRICIA PENNELL
was Drew University
bit
more than twice as large and amusing as Grand evidence about blood'
Is today's San Marino an Independent Fenwick In "The Mouse That Madison N.J., whose stains near a window he had AND THANKSLast
republic of 38 square Roared." This halcyon little delegates spoke for the Union of Pennell Butterfield broken and bout glass fragments night (Saturday) Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lose

miles and 14,000 population,. on nation has an army of 24, and South Africa and Paraguay. found in his clothing.' entertained at the Naples Yacht Club. It was a combination .
the Adriatic shore of Italy. their armor consists of bows Delegates at the conferencesaid Mr. and Mrs.Laurence Parker made her debut in 1954 at the Marlene decided as a teenagerthat farewell and thank They leave the middleof
Andorra another Independent and arrows, the weapons with debate on the resolutions Pennell of Manchester, Vt. and Westchester Cotillion and the she wanted a career with you party.
principality wedged In the which they have always defended was so Naples Fla., formerly of Grosvenor Ball In New York. the Mounties and she tuck to May for several months In Fox Chapel Pa., and they
Pyrenees mountains between their narrow mountain passes convincing "you com.pl.t.ly Ardsley on Hudson, N.Y., She Is a member of the Junior her plan. wanted to thank their friends and neighbors who have
forgot that three were of N.Y. and Young women list about two
League
have announced the Tarrytown,
and maintained their independence engagement made the first winter in their new home so delightful.The .
DEATHS for Harvard boys representing of their daughter Sarah Patricia the Daughters of the American yean before abandoning travel
700
The years.. Franc You really began to feel Pennell to Anthony Swlndt But. Revolution. Miss Pennell is and the serology lab for marriage Loses will be back on 21st Court South In October.
BOWMANVILLE, Onto (AP) uproarious Joke of the. they were Frenchmen- terfleld of San Francisco Calif. employed by the architectural and the kitchen, her bois says. Except for a slight touch of flu Dr and Mrs. L. H. .
Is that this brave little
-Alfle Ehrubb 85, who claimed comedy He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. firm of Skidmore, Owlngs At that rate, Marlene' J'i '
24 world records in distance army doesn't lose Its war Said Pita J. Ala'lllma student William Swlndt Butterfield of and Merrill in San Francisco.Her year with the Force are stretch Gilley had a wonderful four weeks in Madrid, Rome
running died Thursday In a with the United States as it Is assembly vice-president whose Jackson and Macatawa Michigan. fiance who Is employedby int the average.Modern Geneva Paris and London. They report one of their
hospital. Shrubb's career began supposed to do, but wins by a horn li In Samoa, "J. cam away Miss Pennell' father is a retired The Xerox Corporation In
the from Miami to
Naples
fines ... flight
exp-r'enccs::
In 1899 when he raced a horse- fluke even though the Amen amazed at how the United Nations Vice President of the IBM World Mountalnvlew Calif., Is a grad ApproachOf
drawn fire wagon three miles to can Secretary of State when functions In an Imperfect world Trade Corporation.The uate of Cranbrook Academy and via Naples Airlines.
I fire and won. Shrubb coached he receives the Fenwicklan declaration I can see how Intricate prospective bride is Williams College class of 1954, Mr and Mrs. Albert Noble III are the weekend
Oxford University track teams of war, thinks it's a global a graduate of Masters School, where he was a member of Delta Rabbi Splits ,
for eight years, and alter move of frisky In thepressroom problems are, and how opinionsthat Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. and of Whea. Kappa Epsilon fraternity. guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul Schramm. Tomorrow the

coached ing to the at United Harvard.States In 1907 gag -.reporters until he learns may conflict with mine are ton College class of 1958. She An early wedding is planned.ed .. British JewryLONDON Schramms are taking the Nobles sightseeing on their

SARATOGA SPRINGS N.Y. that the Fenwlcklans have actually Just as valid and must be reckon boat with a str.p at Marco Island Inn for luncheon. The
AP-Val captured New York and ed with." (AP) Orthodox Nobles from Tenn. and Coral Gables Fla.
( H. Wilson 49, presl. United Church Women Plan Jewry in Britain was rocked to. are Nashville ,
f dent of Skldmore College, died vanquished the mighty United
day by a dispute over a 43.year.old Mr and Mrs. Otto Wahlfeld Galleon Drive are
In his home of heart ailment
a States.
Organic GardenersTo rabbi, who rejects the Old nice time. The James Wahlfelds have
having a family
Friday alter an Illness of sev. The dramatization
of "The
testament teaching that God
oral weeks. Wilson, a native of Mouse That Roared" that Is Meet TuesdayThe Fellowship Day On May 1 gave the 10 commandments to been here and early this week Mr. and Mrs. Willis

Ident Clydebank of Colorado Scotland Woman's was pres.Col. to be seen here was made by Organic Garden Club of Moses. Wahlfeld arrive. The 26th, 27th and 28th both James

legs In Denver seven years before Christopher Sergei on the basis Southwest Florida will meet Observance of May FellowshipDay this special day In the pro. The rabbi, Dr. Louis Jacobs anw Willis will attend business meetings in Miami.
assuming the Ekldmore of the same novel by Leonard Tuesday AprU 28, at 7:45 p.m., sponsored by the United gram year of the United Church has been denounced as a heretic
6th Mr. and Mrs. Wahlfeld leave for Peoria III.
presidency in 1157.LOVJSV1LLE Wtbberly that was adapted Into In the Florida Power and Light Church Women of Naples, will Women has come to have deep by some British Jews and acclaimed May ,
Ky. (AP) the long-popular movie of the Sunshine Kitchen In Naples be held at Trlnlty-by-the Cove significance to church women by others for his "mod. to be with their family until December.

Frank L. Parsons, 75, traffic tame name. The topic for discussion will Episcopal Church on Friday May from many communions in hundreds ern storm approach"raging about to theology.his head The Is Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Connell have left for the sum- ,
bureau chief for the Louisville Advance ticket sates are be shrubs and summer flowers, 1. Luncheon will be served at of communities" said an
believed unprecedented In the In Stratford Conn. and will to
They return
mer. are
bureau of The Associated Press available to Naples audiences a spokesman announced. 12:30 p.m. followed by a Worship organization spokesman. "It ,
from 1942.54 died In his home through the office of De Coll Service and speaker, Mrs. means the Joy of meeting to. 30 community.year In this of land.the Jewish the Reef Club in the fall.

Friday after suffering a heart Tile, the Gift and Yarn Bazaar When you sty adding grated Candler Brooks gather and without Inter-denominationally distinction of Dr. Jacobs was greeted by a Mr and Mrs. Lombard Squires, Nelson's Walk, finish
attack three weeks The first May Fellowship race.
Parsons cheddar Day
t joined The AP on the ago.eve of the Book, Naples Camera Shop, the v. uce, the cheese, cheese to wiU'lu a hot white ually held In 1'32.was the mpoait of It means .the stimulation which large congregation when he en.. their ,spring visit ,,here,.soont8nd,t go; to Westtowpt Pa
1917 Kentucky Derby and continued Nook the Dunbar's Office blend .In even if it i II mixed off church .women to the to work the race since Supplies House of High heat. But if it doesn't, place the the great depression. In those mestic Issues together and the
the chief rabbi of Brl.
his retirement In 1954 until last Fidelity the Gallery and the pn over extremely low frightening days women Issued renewal from common worshipin Earlier givingMr
year. Beach Store.I stir constantly heal and a brief but charaterlstlc call praise and dedication."In lain, Dr. Israel Brodie, had vetoed and Mrs. George Snyder have checked May
; a* soon a* the the appointment. *
l IUI particle cheeie I II blended "Let us come together to show a year of crisis and drug As a result, the Council of the 9th as their departure date. The next four months they
Into the faith that is in us." gie, as In the first May Fellow.
the **uce, remove from the "In the 30 years which follow*. shlo Day. maY the response of United Synagogue of Britain or. will lead a rather rustic quiet life on their own Islandin
tove.
Li" Lovclil1cSS church women be a worthy re.flection dered the removal of the entire Lake Mipissing north of Toronto Ont.
1D1 ,
I of 'The faith that is In elected board of the West End

I us', and a contribution to the Synagogue. EUROPE ON THEIR AGENDA
ttVloJ Dr. Jacobs hit back Friday
goal represented In the last phase
v/Mor JJyehttDyehee
:y of the United Church Women's night with this statement Col. and Mrs. C. J. Lawson leave soon for Scarsdale

Both Club Booty Stloe HI 1-2781 triennial theme: 'One Family "The chief rabbi has refusedto (Continued on page 7)
Under God." allow me to serve as minis
THINK
RATING ii Mrs. Robert E. Cooper Pres. ter because I accept the findings tireeeeeeweeeee#e.eaeae
TOO KINKY "STRAIGHTNERS"Many s byterlan Church, and Mrs. Rich. of modern biblical scholarship
Gentle curl hal made patron Ilk u* ard W.MorrisEpiscopal Church "As a rabbi In Israel, respon.
e comeback but the"kink" about "hiir strslghtrn ;; ; are co-chairmen of the day. amble by Jewish tradition to God Mother's Day, May 10th
7 alone and to no other rabbi I
won't you can bet! In," now. Yei, w* ran Special guests will be the min. ,
isters shall of course continue to ex.
Sometime kinky hair do it for your! Today' Ministerial belonging Association t o the and Naples their pound my views, confident that May we suggest from our stock ,

come from ever pro- straightening method area t wives. Women members of their very many thinking Jews In this
ceased permanent (a rather like the opposite "mss churches are Invited to attend. country and outside It have too Picture Frames, Sachet Hangers,
reason yen should have of your belt friend' per. Reservations should be in by much love and respect for Ju. Summer Bags, Artistic Card Expressively Youl I
corn here at the start). manent wave. But like I Wednesday April 29. These dalsm to wish to see it tied to
Other types of "kinky" any chemical proceu for should be made with the key wee such theory."
man of each of the churches Dr. Jacobs does not accept
com.
hair were born that way your precious hair, they what he VIRGINIA'S"at
\ prising the United Church Wo. regards as the med.
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but they needn't go ihould never be done out. men: Emmanuel Lutheran,First level view that the five books of
through life In that over tide a beauty salon! The f Christian First Methodist,First Moses In the Old Testamentwere the Cove"
curled shape today! Wean tralf htening proceu mud Presbyterian and Trlnlty.by-the- dictated by God to Moses.
do many thing to be combined with rondi- Cove Episcopal. Others planning He believes that modern schol. CRAYTON COVE BLDG. MI 2-3849

help and ihow youa honing, plus proper chap. to attend may call the Parish arshlp has shown that the five ANNOUNCING
few trick that'll help jng and careful *. Office Trlnlty.by.the Cove, Tel. books of must be viewed as the result e Open Man, T...., Th.SUMMER..., Frl. 1:10 SCHCDULEl: ..m. to 1:00: p.m.
\I 2.2257 by 11:30 Wednesday. a long process of devel. C Open Wd end l,t. I: JO a m. to 1:00 p m
you, too. There will be a baby sitter opment In which different human CLOSING FOR MONTH OF AUGUST
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11111 Notebook NEWS BY DIANE DOWERS, Girl Scouts Have

c ,.' : '"WIC' s''- One More Day For

I III (Coatiaaed fror page 6) Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. report large catches of snook. Day Camp Sign-Up
noMo: Richard Addison this weekend Captain Hunt and Captain Swan.
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were their son Freddie Addison > son went out yesterday and had Tomorrow will be the last
IQQ i T Tr" and Grandsons Jlmmle and a very nice catch of snook and day Girl Scouts can registerfor
N. Y. Early in June they go to Norway and Sweden I Terry. Congratualtlons to Rich other fish, some weighing four the "Day Camp" scheduled
ard Addlson on his birthday, April to five pounds. for July 1347 at Camp TImber.
Paris where will the
to Citroen
then on they get they
Captain Earl
IS. Cameron reportsthat ford.
jy.rt I have ordered. Then they go to England to visit their My mother, Mr*. R.T.Bowers, the crabbing season Is over. The July encampment is one
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son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, won the Sweepstakes at Brook of lour planned for the summer
I side Bowl In Naples, Thursday, MARCO LODGE by the Gulf Coast Girl Scout
Jr I who live near Southampton The Lawsons plan more April 18, while bowline with the Stanley Elders of Marquette, Council. One each Is planned

I travel on the Continent before returning to Naples In the r Palmetto League. Mich., returned to the Marco for Manatee, Sarasota, Lee and
cal r Lodge for a visit to see how the Collier Counties.
fall to see the finishing touches on their new
Ar. apartmentin THE ISLANDER snook were running. They are Local Scouts not already re.
.,d the Royal Palm Club. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Drown catching quite a lot at the present glstered are advised to contact
The Lawsons' good friends, Mr. and Mrs. John have returned to their home In time Scout leaders for registration
lIS1's Cleveland, Ohio, after spending Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wine and not later than Monday. Mrs. Al.
Donaldson, who have vacationed here the last few years, three and one-half months at the daughter Wendy of Gainesville, an Blbee at 2.53M and Mrs.

also purchased an apartment In the Royal Palm Club The rtr Islander Motel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Tase. Mary L. Gilllngs, at MI 2-45S7

Donaldsons live in Chappaqua, N Y. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Grim taco of the Lodge, came for a may be contacted.The .
es owners of the Islander Motel, visit this past weekend. Mr.Wine five-day camp will run
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Iron have leased Mrs. GraceB. and Mrs. Margaret Scott of Na. returned but Mrs. Wine and from 0 a-m to 3.30 p.m. dally.

'1e Moehlman's house on Seventh Avenue, North. They pies, spent the weekend In Coral daughter Wendy are staying a Registration fee of S3 Includes
Cables with Dev Devlin longtime lunch for four milk
while longer. days, everyday
come from Crystal Beach, FL-, and Mr. Iron is associated friends of theirs. Alex Tasetano has already program supplies rod In.
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or with The Trl-County Engineering Company. -- --- Mr. and Mrs.Daniel Wood from started moving his belongings surance. Transportation will be
1e Mr. Moehlman left Wednesday for Ann Arbor NEW LADY GOLF CHAMPION at the Beach Club is Mrs. T. K. Montgomery Detroit, Mich., have arrived at from his dock to make way for furnished by the troop.
st ((1)I receding congratulations from Mrs Virginia Edwards, her opponent the Islander Motel to spend a the dragline to startjn that area. Camp Tlmberford Is located
Mich. Her plans are rather indefinite except she and her in the final round in the championship flight. The match was all week with Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeB. It Is already working at the far near the Naples Airport.Operation .

rl.h. daughter, Mrs. Jeanne M de Alzamora, will spend the even going into the 18th hole where the new champ closed out the match Wood of Detroit. This being south end of Smoke House Bay.

month of July in Japan. Mrs. de Alzamora and her with a long putt. Mrs. Montgomery replaces Mrs. A. W. Barclay as club their are enjoying first time the fishing at Marco and, won.they from Dr. Naples and Mrs.were Daniel down Langley Sundayto Hush

Id children, formerly of Lima, Peru, are now living in Ann champ. (McGrath photo) derfully warm weather we are visit with Mrs. J.H.\ Doxsee
Arbor. having here In Marco. also her daughter, Mrs. Mable Under Way At
Mr. and Mrs. Irving McKenzie Love visited.
Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Wolzak arrived this week with Mrs. Montgomery New QueenOf of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., who Mrs. Kelly Gantt and Mrs. Paine Air Base

se Mr and Mrs. Hans Kluck. The Wolzaks return soon to are wintering In Naples, were tlva: Griffin of Marco left for .
guests of Mr. and EVEREST Wash (AP.Op.eratlon
Mrs.
GeorgeB. Orlando on business pertainingto
Cleveland, but the Klucks will remain at their home on Wood at the Islander Motel. the March of Dimes Mrs. Hush Is under way at
Marina Drive for month. They enjoyed viewing the Islands Paine Air Force Base and the
a Griffin was awarded a key for
Ic.y Beach Club and fishing In the Gulf. order of the day 1st Please do
Women Golfers going over the quota.
' Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Carlz, not frighten the mink.

'ye Fourth Avenue, North, gave a cocktail party for their NEW GUESTS Fifty local mink ranchers ap.

I. houseguest,.Adm. Audley lyme Warburton of Milwaukee. Mrs. T.K. Montgomery with abU pion of the first night, but was ceremonies. Mrs. B. Hedgcock New guests at the Islander Mo. Mrs.\ Big Crow pealed to the Air Force for quiet
I.r. of accurate putting on the 13th forced Into 20 holes of play tie was the prize chairman and made tel are Mr. and Mrs S. N. Sim until the spring crop of mink Is
. Mr and Mrs. Carlz have recently entertained Lt. and green became the 1964 champion fore defeating Mrs. L. Youker, the presentatlons.Prlies consist. pson and family from Coral Gables Has 21th. Child 1 born. They said loud noises

1. Mrs. Gerard Hearn of Boston and St. Petersburg Beach, Mrs. of the Beach Club Women's Golf the runner-up 1 nth. night. ed of cocktail glasses, embrold. ) Karl Koropp of Trenton, RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) :,sometimes frighten baby minkto

. 1 Aspenleiter Schwalb, of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Channing Association. Mrs. Virginia Ed. Consolation award In this flight ered bags, and various trophies.The Mlch.; Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Whit Mn. James Big Crow, 40, Is death.
, I II II Ir Ir Is taker and family of Winter Park; The Air Force agreed to a
wards
was the runner-up in the was won by Mrs. A. Williams. club champion was also pre. back In the hospital. She gave
Eastman and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shaw of Needham, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. D. Downs (temporary alteration in takeoff
championship flight. The finals In the second flight Mrs. K. rented a gold and pearl pendant. Myron birth to her 24th child, and they
And these busy hosts are currently entertaining Gen. and were played Friday. Radabaugh was the winner. Mrs. The members are to meet cf Pqmpano Beach; Mr. and Mrs. are both doing fine and landing courses

Mrs. George O'Shea. The new champion was pre. O. Stevens was the runner-up, Tuesday morning at tho first Earl Zulesky of Miami Springs; Mrs. Big Crow has made It -
rented with a silver bowl, mount. and the consolation prize: wentto tee at 8:30 a.m. where the pair. F. Ward Rellly, Jr., of Look. trips to the hospital, and has
This summer the Carlz plan to do a bit of visiting ed on a silver and ebony stand, Mrs. H. Claddings. Ings will be drawn.School out Mountain.- Tenn.- and Colon.el given birth to eight sets of twins STANLEY

themselves. They will be off to the World's Fair and emblematic of the championship.She In the nlne-hole division Mrs.L F.Ward Relllv, of and eight other babies. Nineteenof
will have possession of the Klauder was the winner, with Lookout Mountain. her children are still alive.
will stay with Mrs. Carlz' brother, Brig. Gen. Robert trophy for and then will MenusThe Miss Margaret Johnson re. Home ProductsCheck
one year, Mrs. E. Blair In the runner-up Robert, 20, the eldest, Is In the
Hearn in Warwick, N Y.PANHELIENIC. be expected to defend the honorsIn spot. Mrs. B. Hedgcock was the cevled a letter from Dundas Lea. Navy.
the 1965 tournament. consolation prize: winner. menu for the Naples Junior vltt concerning a bottle she found Mr. and Mrs. Big Crow live OB Our
SPRING TEA Consolation prize in the champ. The club championship tourna. High School cafeteria for floating In the water at her fame on the Pine Ridge Indian Reser. Spring Special Fer

All college-bound girls take note. The Greater Naples ionship flight went to Mrs. E. ment was followed by a luncheon the week of April 27 through ily's dock containing a note Mr. vatlon In s four.room frame CLEANING ft
.. All members of the top highlighted by award presentation May 1, will be Leavttt explained this was a house which does not have elec. MOTHPROOFINGContact
Panhellenic will hold its annual spring tea on Sunday, flight received a golf trophy.. Monday Beanie welnles, practical joke played on him by trlilty. Big crow works for a

May third from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. They wereMesdames BettsSed. spinach, cucumber strips, van' his friends. nearby farmer.
HEDY
wick Becker Edwards Mont. Social Security Mr. Leavltt and friends planto HUNTERMI
lila pudding, biscuits and butter +
Frank Crittenden 2200 Forest Lane. re
gomery, Eckard and Brumflel.Mrs. Jelly and milk. return In the not too distant Veil so you J-JI4I
Panhellenic itself does not carry on any "rushing J. Roland was the Cham. Visit TomorrowA future In his sailboat, "The Tall will need one fur each serving
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Tuesday Lasagna, cabbage
of the Social Yarn", to our Island of Marco. I-
The purpose of the party is to acquaint the girls with representative and raisin salad, sliced peach.es .
Security Branch Office In Fort Mr. Leavltt Is from Easton, Md.
Naples area sorority women. These Panhellenic members Allen Myers will be In Immokalee to. and apricots, rolls and butter _

, colleges and universities throughoutthe morrow from 9 a-m., until noon. milk. ATTEND BANQUET
represent
many Graveside services will beheld Office headquarters for the rep. Wednesday Meat loaf with Mrs. Katie Johnson,Mrs.Gwen PulitzerOF
country. at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning for resentatlve will be at the Health Spanish sauce, sweet potatoes, Bowers and Mrs. Corwin of Cor. Lilly
Girls who are interested In sororities and would Edward J. Allen, 61, In Naples Clinic. celery strips, bread and but win Shells,attended the Palmetto

like to attend the tea please call Mrs. Don Berry at MI Memorial Garden with FatherJ. The representative Is In Naples ter, whlr %.ke. milk. League Bowling Banquet Thursday NAPLES. INC.
at the Elks Club In
evening
H. Lang of St. Ann's Catho. each Thursday front 9:30 to Thursday Hamburgers, on*
2-2708. Mrs. Berry will then' send them. an Invitation. lie Churqh ,officiating. Arrange 12:30 with office at the City Hall, Ion slices, ripe olives, butter Naples .
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Katie and
and Owen from Marco
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ments are In the care of the The next trip to Evergladeswill
ed potatoes, tomato wedge,
Pearman from Naples
Georgia
Earl G. Funeral Chapel.
Hodges
be Thursday, May 7.
Allen who had lived In the brownies, and milk. were In charge of the decorationswith
Bird After Immokalee, for several Applicants are requested to Friday Tuna fish sandwich, the help of Margaret and Beautifully tailored
Lady Weary area bring evidence of age, Social Se.
months, died April 14. He Is curlty card, and records of last macaroni salad, carrot strips, David Johnson The tables were beautifully cool
survived by a wife, Mrs. Mar. year's and this year's earnings cucumbers, bread and butter, decorated with small palmetto beautifully hand
garet Allen of Buffalo, N.Y. when coming for an Interview.ooooooooooooo. Ice cream and milk fans and palmetto blooms with
Day Spent Handshaking bowling pins In the center* sur. screened .
- - - rounded with lacy leaves.
00000 0000UO UOQUUSPUU0000UWAROUND The Lake Park Elementary green Our new blouses
The place cards were decorated
School menu for the coming: with small umbrellas with convertible collar,
WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs. nors' conference before heading on
Lyndon B. Johnson says she home, Mrs. Johnson said in an = week Is as follows curled pipe stem. and small and roll-up sleeves In $
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won't soon forget the little boy Interview she thought It did her TOWN Monday Beans and franks, sterlfoam balls representing delicious colort
In the tiny Kentucky mountain husband good to get out of green iliad, orange and grape bowling balls. A large umbrella
town who breathlessly told her Washington to meet the people Fruit sections, cornbread. but decorated with colored flowers
husband: "Mr. President, no "I don't think Washington Is By CHARLOTTE DL'RNO MI 2467OOOOOOOOOOOOi ter and milk. hung from the celling. The theme
one ever comes to Inez." a reliable thermometer to test Tuesday.Beef and noodles, was "April Rowers
And she still seems astonishedat the Dolltlcal temperature or a green beans, Jello with pineapple
the sign held up In a crowd, barometer of the way the wind Mrs. Freeman Davidson has Treva Davis, daughter of Mr. bread, butter and milk. CAPTAIN'S LANDING
"Tell 'Him' and 'Her' Hello," a Is blowing," she said. had as her guests recently her and Mrs. Boo Davis, spent last Wednesday "Ham salad on Captain Nat Hunt and Captain I7| Itk AT.. H. Naples. Fl*.
greeting for the Johnsons' pet Mrs. Johnson said stxi really son and daughter.ln.law, Mr and Sunday at home from Florida Swanson of Captain's Landing
lettuce brussel
Beagle dogs likes to go on such trips with the Mrs Martin Peers, and Karen State University In Tallahassee sprouts, peach
Like everyone else,Mrs.John President "except that I don't and Suzanne of Clewlston. Also D.R. House Sr. underwent sur. short cake, hot rolls, butter toes

son went on Friday's four.state !ret to lake In as much. I like here Is a classmate of Karen, pry at the Fort Myers Mem. and milk. 7> ,''': : j9K; ,J << :. .,*
poverty swing "on short no. to. I'm not as fast acting, fast Miss Sue Anna Wilson of Florida orlal Hospital this past week. Thursday Meat loaf, mash j jed ?"n 'W.@Y')1: ) ;''><;Ii'1' : t' ;' '
tlce." She'd planned to returnto State University.Mrs. Our sincere wishes for a speedy potatoes, gravy,spinachhot ; "(
thinking and fast walking as he Winnie D. Frederick has recovery to Mr. House.
Washington after attending a rolls and butter, Ice cream, 'I
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Democratic fund-raising dinnerIn Is. returned from a two-week visit Mrs. Ernest Carroll has had milk.
Chicago with him Thursday In fact, Mrs. Johnson often got with her sister, Mrs. Nellie Hod. her cousin, Mrs. Maude Stephens
"Tuna fish salad
left behind In the hand-ahaking of Cincinnati Friday ,
gins In Saint Petersburg. Ohio, u her guest I
night. But "Lyndon Just thought .
as she slowed down to chat a for two weeks.Mrs.Carroll's. candled yams, mixed vegetables
Mr. and Mrs Byron Bower !
I and he
really ought to :
wanted me to. go bit or pat a child. man, Naples winter residents, daughter Marlon chocolate pudding, bread, i NOTICE I
She had to admit "1 don't will butter and milk.
Not only did Mrs. Johnson go, have returned to their home In be spending this weekend at .i
really feel easy talking around home.
she shook hands In the crowds, Romeo, Mich Marion is employed in Fort
was crushed In the friendly, but my husband," referring to make Also returning to Romeo were Myers. The Shadowlawn School menu 1 ;,t
Jostling throngs and made ing speeches with him on the Mr. and Mrs.John ThoU who have Mrs. Ruth Smith of Pine Ridge for the coming week: ,
speeches everywhere Johnson same platform. been wintering here. Road, la visiting with friends Monday Hot dogs, coleslaw, i
The 51-year.old First Lady Mr. and Mrs Arsenio Mlravet Brooksvllle this weekend. green beans, brownies. ;
'did.In a departing speech at the finished her long day admittedly are spending this weekend In Frank Hatcher and Timmy Dur. Tuesday Turkey pot pie, cau. f
Huntington, W.Va., airport Friday a bit weary, and the first Miami visiting with Mr. Mlra. no are spending the weekend in llflower, biscuits, applesauce. FINAL CLOSEOUT g
night, the First Lady said: thing she did was to daub her vet's family and Mrs. Mlravet's Marathon, visiting with Mrs. Nat Wednesday Pork and rice, i :ga.
"We have seen a big slice of aching right hand with hand sister. Mrs. Mlravet, by the way, cher and doing some fishing. spinach, candled yams, french .; '
America, and although we have cream The President had fared is one of the best cooks around Tony Sentovlch, of Sixth Street bread, chiffon pie. ; ,
seen economic problems, we worse; his right hand was town (next to Hubby of course.) South, Is spending the weekendin Thursday Mrs. Rlcharde's'I' .f ,;
have also seen Initiative and de. scratched and hurting from She has taught us one dish called Sarasota on business Sixth Grade Fried chickentoss, : ,' ,
termination, and Just a lot of handshaking. "Plcadllla" that lofts bite it Getting news Is sometimes like ed salad, whole kernel corn,! .
ways of attacking things. "People don't exactly shake," will be a favorite at our house pulling hen's teeth, but I've madeup Ice cream sandwiches I
She said this type of trip was she explained, "they hold." for quite a spell.A my mind that this week I'm Friday Tuna noodle casserole .' PRICE

like a dose of adrenalin to John few gals from Naples are off going to pull a few teeth so you turnip greens, pickled beets,!
son It was "the sort of a day If do not bake that crumb gallivanting at a bowling tourna. all stay home 'cause I'm going cornbread sliced peaches.
that makes Lyndon feel like you ment In Eue Gallle, Fla. Theyare to be calling YOU!! : 1/2
chill
crust be sure to it thorough! '
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going Hick and working harderto ly before adding the filling Mrs. Alta RUey, Mrs. Ruby Try 10 pull iff the skin !
unless Drive carefully now and I'll
Riser, Mrs. Frances Fltzek, and of slices of liver that i
live up to the faith that he a recipe directs otherwise see you around town. you are
Mrs. Gatha SALE
has found people having In him Cleary. planning to fry__ i
today."

At Huntington, while she wait
ed In the presidential plane for
Johnson.. to conclude his gorer.

: Vote For and Re-Elect

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BuebaUI..lon. Naples style, batting king Carlos Alfonso, and one earned run per game last
owns! Monday at Gambler Park Rocky lamurrl Melvin Engel, year. Helping him out on the ti MJ..
When Naples Little League begins Tommy Peele,and Malcolm King. mound will be ID-year.old Ed
Ita 1964 schedule of lam.". Back for another year In White Frank, ll.year.old Mark Allen. -
Six teams again will contend Sox uniforms are eight boys. and 12-year-old Steve Alander.
for league championship honors They are 12year.olds Bill Frank also will play short

while Individual players who turn Tucker, a pitcher and shortstopwho stop, Allen third base, and A. . . . . .. . .. .. . ..
In rood pertormancesthrough the batted .380 last year; first lander the outfield. Other boys
Maaon can look forward to all. baseman Ray Bass, a .418 hitter; who are 12 are outfielders Rick
star selection time and tourna second baseman Gary Griffin; 11. Jaeger Greg Bailey Fred Zlm. $RIEr % _' 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 26, 1964
ment play. yoar.olds Joe Gratton a catcherand merman, and infielder Gary Hart \
Monday's 5:13 first game mat. pitcher; David Barley pit. ford.
chef Exchange Pirates and Jay. cher-thlrd baseman; and Dewey Second baseman Robert Crossis * 'iri * ** * *
CM Cardinals. At 7:15 Kiwanis Worklnger third baseman. It, and so Is catcher Greg r
Yankees and Trail Cleaners Also back tretwolO.year.olds, Orlck. At 10 are outfielder Mark I
Giants will take the field. The first baseman Alec Winters and House and utility players Cale GAME
other two teamsdefending champion pitcher Dennis Kelly. New play. and Jim Jones lift'n i"I I
Holland Salley White Sox ers Include Bill Rayburn, 12,who
and Standard Oil Braves, will played last year In West Palm JAYCEES By
battle each other Wednesday Beach and pitched caught and Short on pitching experience, TIMECharles
night. played outfield. Other new boys Jaycees hope to combine desire David Lyon r

Doubleheaders will be played are starting outfielder Billy Hat. and hard work to make this a

each Monday Wednesday and cher,1 O. and three nine-year-olds, IUcc.uful"bul1dlnr year."Man
Friday from now until July 4. Ricky Flowers Roger Morris ager Ken Saad's boys came close O.Finley,madcap own- Naples' 1962.63 cage team as a
Ralnouts may cause some/games/ and Jim Traer. "This looks like to finishing first in 1963. r-r: er of the Kansas City Athletics sophomore, was back In town
to be played on Saturday Little a well-balanced team," lamurrl They will have to work hardto has Installed a new Scoreboard this week for a short visit.
League officials hope the weather says. finish as well as they did last at his home park. Every timea Coach and Mrs.Lorentzson are

Is as cooperative as last year"the manager says. Gone KC player hits a home run, his hosts.
season, when the schedule waslnterrupt.d STANDARD OIL from the 1163 leant are Terry -- -- 30 yellow and 30 green lightson After a promising season
by rain only threetimes. Runnerup for the last two sea and Ronnl McOme.Robert Phil Saad. TWO RELAY TEAMS exchange batons simultaneously in Wednesday1 this Scoreboard flash on and here. Bruce moved to Winter
sons to Holland Salley, Standard,Arusso Cross: Wright, but not by much is Randy Har-
Kopp. Naples-North Fort Myers meet. In front off, and horns blow In tribute ParR, near Orlando and was
Managers of the various teams Oil hopes to break through this and David its of Naples, who has just taken baton from Lee Tieadwell. Harris to the slugger. for the Winter
and end In Said Is counting on a numberof
have information season up first place. Wilts
that provided In the the following Manager Ed Davis lost a flock boys to share pitching duties. Alan Foster, and Walter Ritchie extended lead to 25 yards as Naples won This and similar scoreboards Park this last season.

rundown appears of the six teams. of players from the 1963 team, They Include 12-year-olds Don last event of meet to nose out the Red Knights in the team score. previously Installed In He is a good ball-handler and
Including Tom Bell David Frank, Hunter, and Chris Provenr.no, (NEWS photo) some other major league parks has an accurate outside shot.
HOLLAND SALLEY Scott Black, Jay Faulkner, Mike 11-year-old M Ike Watkins and Dirk seem to Illustrate that fan Interest Winter Park's cagers, which I
Champions for the last two tea Stacey Mike Newman, and Leo Elferdlnk, and 10.year.old Mark In baseball Is not as had a 13.15 record, will have
sons, the Whllte fox appear to Garcia. Hennlng. Hunter and Provenzano high as It used to be. The several returnees, Including
be solid contenders for the 1964 Heading the list of returneesthis also will catch, Elferdlnk and game should stand or fall on Hodgson, next season. They I
title as well. Gone from manager season 11-year-old pitcher Watkins will tee infield service,
its own, and should not haveto have their eyes set on a state
John lamurrl's 1963 club are Tim Bell, who gave up less thanFLY and Hennlng will play outfield.
be augmented by fireworks tournament spot.
Hank Watklns, starting first
drAai .
other doodads -
baseman last year returns as flashing lights, or
a U-year-old. Also 12 are out. A funny little eligibility rule
; NAPLES fielder Nick Koch and Infielder People who are bored by will sideline two-sport NHS student

4 ; Harold Cross. At 11 are outfielderDon baseball as played in KC pro- Marty Bowen from athle-
MIAMI Strickland and Infielder Tony bably won't take the trouble to tics In his senior year. Bowen

Hunter. At 10 are outfielder-ln. rr visit Pulley's pasture just to seethe owns twovarsity football letters

fielder Lance Stahlman and out. 9 Scoreboard In action. Dyed- and one In basketball, and opponents -
New Year Round Daily Schedule fielder'Bob Marshall. OutfielderBen F in-the-wool baseball fans, and can testify to his rug-
Parks In nine.
1 there still are some In KC, gedness.
Naples To Miami
4 couldn't care less about what Though he will not be too
EXCHANGEThe
7:45 A.M. 11130. A.M. 3,45 PM.: outlook for the Exchange the Scoreboard does, so long old next year, Bowen will be

Pirates is good manager Dick w a as Its keeps the correct score. ruled out because apparently
Miami To NapUt! Pittman says. His enthusiasmis 4 This season KC Is a genuine he took too long to get throughthe
900: A.M. 2115 P.M. 500: P.M. tempered somewhat by the fact loser In the front office and ninth grade (at another

that the team has no 11-year-old on the field. Instead of green school). I fall to see where
Cennmlons and Reservations to In the world
point
any pitchers. Three of Exchange's12.year.olds
and yellow, color them basement this makes any difference, but

NAPLES AIRLINESNaples League rules can prohibit pitch more but Little than 1 '' I II gray. J..et'ssee less gimmickry maybe the guys who write the
rules know their business.
and
Airport Concourse I Miami Airport two of them from hurling in anyone .more. 1 talent.

MI M454 NB 44811 week r'A A
Plttman hopes to develop some During the current month-
City Ticket office Nsplre. Travel Agency 4 Comtn of the younger boys as pitchers.One long dry spell, NHS football Softball Loop

of them will be 10-year-old coach Jerry Morris has been

Tony Whldden who also will see more diligent than usual in Resumes Action
.rry. 11(5 outfield service. The 12-year-old making sure the local football
pitchers are Larry RogersGregHall field turf of
gets plenty water.
and Paul Llndabury.Rogersand -... ... -----x-_.,rVva._--."- -_.,-,a ----. Viewed from the air, the field Tuesday NightNaples
Llndabury will alternate play. AIMING FOR HEIGHTS is brand-new pole valuter Lee Treadwell, who stands out as a lush Island -
ing first base. Allen Stoner 12, cleared bar at two different heights before missing, He and Dennis Fields, in an otherwise green dry and Softball League teams
will catch. return to action at Cambler Park
their efforts in North Fort Myers meet Wednesday, now
The team' leading hitter last as a result of dusty surrounding. Tuesday night with a double I
for this CHUCKHOLE year Hall, returns for his final share school pole-vault records of 8'9". It was only second meet in which Plenty of water now will guarantee header starting at 7:30.

Little League season. He batted Naples entered a pole vaulter and was first try for Treadwell. a field in excellent shape Many league players partlcl-
,429 last season but a lat...... (NEWS photo) when football time rolls around pated on the all-star team that
; SPECIAL son injury kept him out of tourna. again. In contrast the Edison battled to a 5-5 tie with Eddie
ment play. Rounding out the 12. Stadium turf in Fort Myers Feigner's four.man team be.
FOR ONLY year-old are shortstop Chris hip. "We have a good chance to mound chancestoo.Cooksley Minor League fore an overflow crowd Thursday .
1. AhfnBothI Lambert finish In the top three,"ManagerForrest play thrld base, and so will 12. looks pretty arid right now -
third baseman Oly night.
Front WheeU A ff* C C a" wave" of
Citta. hardly
Arthur says. Gone from year-old Don green grass.
Cowles, and outfielder Bobby Tuesday's matches
__ 2.Adjust Bnkee 9 M| U ONt Frye. the 1963 team are John ROM,John Marcum Williams, 11, will Tryouts Set Progress in construction of league-leading Stone opener Builders and
\ DO ALL\3,Repack Front "'w"""' Three boys are 11, and they Humphries, Ron Rose, Wayne share catching duties with Citta. the track at NHS Is steady. fourth-place Publlx Market. The
THIS Woes? Wheel Swinge Vi probably will be the three starting .. Hlghtower and Ron Bentleld. David King and Hoke Gracely, For It is a pretty safe bet that two middle teams, Tropics Drive
outfielders: Rocky Scofield Seeing pitching duties this sea. both 11, probably will start at SaturdayTryouts this year's Eagle track team Inn and Stahlman Property Main

David Frye, and Tommy Cowles. ion, the manager say, will be12.year.olds center field. and second base respectively. for prospective players will be the last without a track. tenance, square off in .the 9:15
Famous Make High Quality Outfielder Rocky Castenlr and Lee Daniels and In the Naples Little League Performances and Interest second game.
Also hand will be infielders
Bucky Flowers, 11-year.olds Jay on
Bill Tracy Join WhIdden In 10. minor league will be held next should zoom upward next sea
BATTERIESiowv
MUFFLERS Lawrence and Steve Finley, and Roger Johnson 12, and Jim Ko.
year-old ranks.Lost Saturday May 2, at 9 a.m. at son when the track win be
AI tow AI 10.year.old Mike Arthur.Flower :ttopoulos.ll; and outfielders Tom SOFTBALL
from a strong Exchange Cambler Park.Registration.
58 ... team of last year are Gary Hamm, also will play third base, Law. Croak, 11, Gary Howard, 11, of minor leaguers ready. Naples probably will i
$ 88 host a big meet for area schools
and 10.John.on.Jensen.
and Noe Andy McLennon ,
Tim WMpkey Oscar Gonzales, rence 10-year.old Gary was'held at Friday night's Little
I..h uneFlrstone Gary Shifter, Reggie Lord and will catch, Finley will play out. Cooksley, Gracely and League fish fry and opening cere (Class A and smaller) next AVERAGES
Plus Inst.lletion y Jim Rlemann.K1WANB. field, and Arthur will play sec. Howard are the only boys on this year.
monies at the More than
park.
squad who were on last year'steam (Six Or more times at bat)
ond.David 600 persons were served meals
Vachon 12 will be and AB H Avr.
at prepared by Sheriff E.A. Doug Carl Clemmer the rest
DELUXE CHAMPION Down on their luck last year, first base, and Bucky Walker, Hendry's barbecue crew. of the Shrine are getting ready Parker 8 5 .625
Kiwanis Yankees appear ready to 11, at shortstop. Rounding out the More than 70 uniformed Little for the eighth annual Naples Wolf 7 4 .571
NEW TREADS come back strong this season and roster are ll.year.old outfielders Celts FavoredTo 'League major division ballplay. Shrine Club golf tournamenton Wheeler 9 5 .556

MTMW)WnilD; M MUM DM KXHII M M IOUH_HMI malt a good run for the champion. Billy Kllgore and Keith McDuffle, ers took part in the program.Lit Thursday, Friday, and Sat Bickford 8 4 .500

12.year.old Land outfielder. John De. Win Title tie League president Jack Win. urday. Clemmer reports that D. Weeks 10 3 .400
and 10 year. old second .
ters handed to Holland
out trophies
4ANYTSIZEllS4949Open baseman Joe Moss 137 men and 44 women have Flowers 10 4 .400
Jitlo Companyof Salley(majorElks(senior),
a entered, with more entries expected Van Hall 8 3 .375 I
At Home TodaySAN .Moose (minor), and East Nap.
the first of this
part Stahlman 9 3 .333 '
Naples TRAIL CLEANERSWith les Civic Assn. (East Naplesminorlasl
Every Night 'TI1 6, Saturday TU 4 a new manager and many year'sdivlsionchantnpions. week. Yahl 9 3 .333
I I IJ ABSTRACTS ESCROWS young new players, Trail Clean. FRANCISCO (AP)-Bos- Winters also displayedthe The men will play 18-hole Swill 6 2 .333 ,
EIAOt Peppard Bldg. ers Giants are aiming for big ton's Celtics stand Just a game nice trophy which Naples' rounds on Friday and Saturdayat Bennett .10 3 .300 I
I J- MI 2-6059 things this season and next. "We away from their sixth straight ail.) star Little Leaguers for the Beach Club. On Thursday Hartnett
en Fifth Ave, So. 7 2 .286
have a good group of boys," National Basketball Association fit Ishlng second in the district there will be scotch four
Liles(
0 1 e /$1. 0 manager Jim Croak says championship today and are fav. tournament at Sarasota last year. somes event. Women will stage 7 2 .286
W. J. N.Nee. "They should win their shareof ored to win It on their home The Junior high band, directed their tournament on The MoorIngs Rice 8 2 .250
rend, games, and all but three of court today. by Don Holzhausen played the Walker 9 2 .222'
Ian aril AM. N. INI* MI MTU r,... T '1.. them will be back next year." They virtually wrapped up the national anthem and other music. par-63. layout.. Killee 9 2 .222
Lost from the 1963 team are Rock. crown before the largest crowd Mayor Archie Turner gave a Gullatte 7 1 .143
I r y Holloway Elbert Bryan Mike ever to watch a pro basketball short Introductory speech. Naples High basketball coach Shimer 7 1 .143
Noe, Dennis Wheeler.Robert Hen. game in San Francisco with a Andy Lorentzson was at Cam-
drlckson and Steve Ambrose.The 9893 victory Friday night over CHESS, CHECKERS & POOL bier Park Thursday night, Pease 7 1 .143
pitching staff Is headed by the stubborn Warriors. watching local boys playing on Murphy 7 1 .143
: ll.year.old fastballer Ray Jensen Tom tlelnsohn, the pro veter. \FRO BEACH Fla. (AP) the lighted Cambler court. He V. Weekl 8 I .125
0 FREE Oi from Holy Cross providedthe Everything was shipshape at the Cothron
and 12.je.r-old Jerry Cooksley. an counted about 40 boys participating 9 1 .111
training of the world
Jim Riley, 10, Is slated for pitch. difference with a 15.polnt champion camp Lot at one time or another, Askew 9 I .111
Ing duties and other bo>s will get burst in the third period. before they reported.All Angeles. Dodgers and was pleased at the Interest Caballero 10 1 .100

the chess and checker which basketball still holds in
riicst were. in shape and the this non-basketball season. WIG.WAGGING(
i IS billiard ball were tacked The coach
.L .. .... up Eagle encourageshis BOWLING GREEN. Ky. (AP)
: for the
J\tnJry <clritei( Service entertainment of the players to practice duringthe Ed Diddle one of three college .
-" players following their duly off-season because there
$ *--l INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL workout. The man in charge was isn't much time from the end basketball than 700 coachea victories to, po.Imore wit

= Peter O'Malley, eon of Dodger of football to the start of basketball widely known for his wig-wsj-
!llS! v 1 Phi MI 2.3696 a 1175 Pine St. Naples, fie. president alter O'Malley. to allow for much conditioning gmgofa red towel during a same

""Jds LlAT work or sharpeningof Diddle is retiring after next

shooting eyes. Most Naples season to be succeeded by e
basketball players play football former player. Johtr4 ldham. But,

.NOW. WASHINGTON FEDERAL ,as Is the case at most small not the towel'
Ii schools. "I'm going to ask Johnny 19
FIBFRULVSS: .' BOU- 40 HP JOHNSON \u RR \\' TILT 1 R\D..I.R ;{, keep U.lnlth, red towe I I." Diddle
MAKES MORTGAGE LOANS ON said.
; Bruce Hodgson who played on
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Sunday, April 28. 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9
Is Major League STATE BIRD of FLORIDA-The Improved Press'Relations

than I hit want to lose It in MISSED ON BASEBALL
MOCKINGBIRD; Aim one year" BALTIMORE (AP) President,
A* If to prove he was not go. Donald C. Lulu of the Bow*
Ball Player In Uniform? log to allow unpleasant thing racetrack ..,* he got into ruing

\ F inD TMtl/CUT FlfX/fM Of Roger Maris to get under his skin, Roger after making Larry Mlc Phil I an
MILWAUKEE( ) Man. After the Brave' protest was pointed to his batting averageof offer of 12 million for the New
ager Bobby Bragan of the Mil. announced, Durocher contended : IN TKfff AND 5HR4DS By JOB RK1C11LKRusodated : .280 without a single homeror York Yankees mora thin IS yearn
waukee Brakes has raised an the Milwaukee batters should bei Of TOWNS AND ClrlES Press Sports Writer RBI through the Yankees' ato.
AQdrlr THE ., \ S Zv ORAw6E GROWS ftJITH first six Little I I. now part owner of the
\ games.
Interesting question When is I i I barred from wearing a clove at NEW YORK (AP-A sugfee.
major league baseball player In the plat. $fpgrKNOWAi i S. LANDS Av'swLDA4I' Sl:1lM thIn that Roger Maria might "I'm hitting about 20 points New York Jet of the American
uniform 1Brllian A few of the Dodgers\ also Oc PLOR/pA fiPe. .5 flm4 NIJMAvBIROS have developed a new personal. over m> head," he said. 8ev. Foothill League.
lodged a formal game wore a protective glove RNOTFD N44r/av I fc7tJpfOQ Ill this year drew vehement denials en hits, six singles and a dou.
protest on the grounds that Los ,7 f.WP /NSL. .< from the New York Van. ble. I'm a regular Punch and
Angeles shortstop Maury wills Nelson AND WILD kee slugger Saturday although he Judy hitter. Who knows? I may
5M'6/N6 8011'F't 5 4vP BEReBSOf not hit ACCOUNTANTGraduate
a home run all
was out of uniform for wearing admitted his aim was to have year.
a windbreaker under his unl. ITS O4' lOQi6fNAL better relations with the fens Have home runs lost their appeal .
form shirt Friday night during Hole-In-One ,SONGS ,' :,__i.Af and press to Marts, the man who Accounttnt, tune
the Braves' 6.3 victory over the W7tLL A3 ktIMTArOs "Win, lose or draw, I'm out hammered 61 during a 162-jgme or more years experience.
Dodgers $ a 5 t, \ dr tCOTt to lead the league In enjoying\ season In 1961? That was one Prefer experienced eonktruction .
The Braves' triumph wiped The Hard Way ( B/RDS R 1 imself this )year" he said "I more than Babe Ruth's recordof but not madilory. <
out the protest announced by suit to relax and have a good 80 In a IM-gaine season Position in Naples
plate umpire Al Forman with, The parade of hole-ln-one golf. COLOR-BRAV eaAQOVE tune "Sure, I would< like to hit 61
the score tied 2.2 In the top of ers at The Moorings Golf and Ih'N/TE "I've made up my mind not horn runs again but without It ar.a.
the third. Country Club was Joined Fridayby BELOW OPb' to get mad at newspapermen.1 getting in the newspapers, | ," he Reply to J. O. Webb,
/However, It stirred up plentyof Sidney T. Nelson, of West WHITE Amtf% (Tjjy' I'm not going to let the fans' said. "I don't want to have togo Gulf American Land Cor
comment about the section of Springfield, Mass. lie did It the IN WINGS AD honing bother me. Let them yell through such a year again
Rule 1.11 which reads: "No hard way.It 7AS $IZE- // BIRDS all they want to. I'm not going Too much pressure and publicity poration 7880 Biscayne
player whose uniform dues not was the first ace for Nelsonin to listen and like it. No more no peace aid I'rl\3IV." Blvd, Miami 38, Fla.
conform to that of his team. 44 years of golfing Unlike JO INCHES OF letting those things bother me."
J
mates shall be allowed to par. most of the golfers who have .LONG Marls was soundly booed
tictpate in a game." fired aces at the Moorings, Nel. FLORIDA oiwilug day at Yankee Stadium
Bragan noticed the sleeves of son shunned the short holes, then the fans believed he had HAYDONBURNS
the windbreaker bulging from and picked on number three, a FLORIDA GAME AH? FKESH tVATlK FIH (:OMMIN ot shown enough hustle In an
under the short sleeves of Wills' 240 yard par four hole, wed effort to catch a fly ball thatloll
shirt In the first Inning-when guarded by a sand trap. i< lit front of him in right field
the temprraturs was 37 degrees Using a two-wood, Nelson hit lot,, a single ;. 5 5 ,
The umpires had a lengthy dls.i the trap and watched the boll Trimester System Seriously "The outfield was soggy from r
i ustion with Wills and IDS An. bounce out, onto the green and tM days of steady rain," Marls
geles Manager Walt Alston and trickle into the cup.It ""M'lalned. "Ma>be It didn't look ForGovernor
dm lde stop ,war the jacket after he Two holes later he scored an '" hard as I could. I of The
pushed up the sleeves. eagle on the par-4, number five Deficient FSU Faculty SaysTALLAHASSEE "Another time their booing I
"I finally decided to play the i hole. There was more under.par might have bothered me. Dut I State of Florida
game under protest," Bragan golf for Nelson on the long par-4 didn't pay any attention. Theyi
I e\\\,1 ained later. "I admit It was uver the lake, for there he was (AP) A was "seriously deficient on basic request of the faculty senate,> i r their dough Let 'em yell," Build with Burns .
.
Florida State faculty educational whim
University
a It11, hole allty, but legally you able to drop an 80-foot putt for grounds consists of 70 professorsand 1 Didn't this mean that Roger,
an't wear something that sticks a birdie. committee, contending that a The committee criticized the Is the faculty's governing: once referred to as a redneck Proven Progress"The
out. If lie wore the windbreak Nelson admitted to MooringsPro new trimester system of year. system, designed to make great. body. 1\ as going to be a now Marls? i
or so It didn't bulge, It might Bill McDivett that a few round education is "seriously deficient er use of classrooms and dormitories The committee said answer.:, "Now don't be destroying the moat qualified
I.I ive been! oka>. As it was, Ididn't bad holes In between the good ," has recommended go to accommodate a mush. to questionnaires showed "it Is .id Image" he said. "I'm still man for the position"Paid I
Ing back to the old two semes. rooming student population and very clear that the trimester 7
I I want to take a htmre on ones kept his score from beating the came old Marls. It took me
him rettlne tilt; by a pitch' on the course record for amateurs. ter system. to allow students to finish school system is viewed unfavorably r Jr )'eara to build this reputa ( I"olilical! Adv)
th, j.i' kct's sleeve and then belui A committee report, prepared quicker, on these grounds by a very large majority of FSU
r iinled the base." after a year of study, said the "Does not carry out the legis. faculty members.
i Wills said the umpires "just Flaffler Kennel trimester system ordered in 1961 lallve Intent, but rather adds to "The pattern of unfavorable
, told me to tusk the Jacket for all three state universities the financial burden of the stu. response Is supported| by all the
sleeves under my shirt. Club To Install dent; more students have to go evidence tint came before the

"I've worn the jacket. t before Twin Double Bets longer (more trimesters) to committee and we find that the
during old weather. Youth NightAt complete their work wIder re. faculty judges the trimester sys.
"The Braves Just wanted to MIAMI (APThe Florida duced course loads. tern to be seriously deficient on InmplijjfjterCafeteria!
I have soniuthing to |pop> oft State Racing Commission has Pirates Game "Is detrimental to the educa. basic educational grounds."
about" authorized various forms of tion, growth and Intellectual ma. The report added that "this
Loo Dune' her, the 1-os An. longshot betting at horse and turlty of the Individual student. committee and the faculty In
geles third base coach, was dug tracks and JaUalal frontons, Turns Into Riot "Gives voice to the fallacy general support| the Idea of year.
ejected in the last of the fifth but ruled that no more than one that education is to be equated round operation of the unlver.
for un onipllineiiUry remarks type Is |permissible at any es. PITTSBURGH (AP-A) youth with the number of minutes thata city plant Also they support the
to Fornnn. tabllshment. night erupted into a full.blown student spends in class. idea of providing opportunity for 955 Fifth Ave. So. Naples
The commission approved the melee Friday night at the Pitts. "Debases the Intellectual at. those students for whom It is
twin double, Big Q, exacta or burgh.New York baseball gameat mosphere of the university as a educationally advisable to ob.
perfecta betting. Forbes Field. Three persons community of scholars." tain a degree in less than four
ffAI Flagler Kennel Club Immedl. were hurt and four youths were The trimester has been con. years." NOTICE TO nun CUSTOMERS
ately announced it will Install arrested. troverslal with students as wellas The committee recommendedthat
the twin double when it opens Minor disorder simmered faculty. It breaks the school "year.round operation of Beginning Wednesday April 29
May 19th. It will become the throughout the game, and whenIt year Into three equal parts, cut. the university should be realizedby
LUFF CMC INC. first greyhound track in Floridato was over, hundreds of unruly ting out summer vacations Instituting at the earliest pos. We Will Be Closed EVERY WEDNESDAY
use this type wagering teenagers swarmed onto the FSU President Gordon Black. Ible date (no later than Septem. During The Summer Months
Trucks Parts field and ripped numbers from well named the special commit. ber 19GS) a calendar of two full E f
: -Service Narvaez Figures the scoreboard.A tee to make the survey at the i I semesters running from Sept 1'to FEATURING -
Pirate official called It the '' May 30, with an extended
TEMPORARY He's Three Fights worst trouble ever experiencedat Cantrell Sa'sPGA summer session running from DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALSSERVED
LOCATION Forbes Field. Police said the approximately! June 15 to appro
421 Ninth St., N. From Title Bout tones.disturbance had no racial over. To Move Out tmately/ August 20." EVERY NIGHT I

NEW )'onlAt>) ;:- Younh, Pal (-.UmP klwre appeared.KA. Of New Club .September S Tim trimester and runs darts solidly early for In """ %alb Btfnelert."U.S.'Choice:. S
rankle Narvaez has set up a
be no specific cause for the almost It months
timetable designed to separate trouble, indicating it was just a PALM BEACH GARDENS:
Ca.-lus OrtU from his world mob of youths in a devilish (APWarren Cantrell, the SIZZLINC:
lightweight championship. The mood.So president of the Professional _. With
New York.based Puerto Rican strong was the threat of Golfers Association says the .. Baked $150
flash is running right on sched. trouble that park attendants PGA will move out of Its new SIRLOIN STEAK rotate
) ule. rushed onto the field immedl. national golf club May 1 be., ;
Narvaez, 22.year.old Caguas, FOR SUN, FUN risw )
ately after the game to protectthe
llv \ ulan OKIE P.R., native, was pronounced bases and the batting/ cageIn causetThe course watering systemIs Silver Kin.
'three fights away" from a tl. the outfield. unworkable and Inadequate ConditionedFor
tie shut by tomanager Sandy Even Joe Brown, general -Clubhouse construction Is In. (Haul H.v..l Doc'") : "Air
If you think that the Schwartz; and Jack Reilly before manager of the Pirates, dashed complete ) MODERN, SAFE, FAST i: : Your Dining Pleasure
upcoming political choice he punched Argentine veter. onto the field and tried to chase Landscaping and soil structure FISHING CRUISER I
pn r a problem, considerthe an Vlncente Derado Friday away the youngsters. The pub. are below specifications.
pliphl of the good ritijenN night in a nationally televised lIc address announcer pleaded Cantrell announced his inten. Ml 2-28)7 or Ml 23940Capt. )
Cecil I Lamb
rounder at Sunnyslde Gar. with tk' to walk out in
of Tamura, a city the teen-agers to leave the is a news re.
in northern Japan with dun. park. lease (Hours later, MacArthur )
"' J .J
After extending his unbeaten said he had received ( L< I
total Police and park attendants just a special
of
a population
streak to 14 the once.beaten eventually brought the trouble delivery letter from Can.
slightly more than 7000. Narvaez said he wants to meet under control. trell assuring him that the PGA
They recently went poll. British campaigner Dave The club said 13,117' youths "is ready and willing to com.
ward to elect a mayor I Charnley, fifth ranked light. paid 50 cents to set Into the plete our responsibilities under OUR CHILDREN DESERVE THE BEST
from 934: candidates! weight, at Madison Square Car, game. There were also 7,903 the contract."
Still on I political kirk, I den In June adults In attendance. Pittsburghwon
Everyone Reads The NEWS
it comes to mind that the I \\1i'ns _n the__came_ __ 91._ --- -- -
average age or our l'r.M' Tish Preuss ForSchool

was identi:.11.upon\The taking average office age North, South Open 41stf. C.t Wi 'R altor Board '
,," g _
at death a nol-tim-ripe 67! Golf Tournament
Abigail Smith Adami .01J '
'
had a rather unique claim FINEHl'RST, N.C. (AP- Presents DISTRICT 4 'f \ ;
Phyllis (Tlsh) Pre'ns of Pom.
to fame; She was the wife patio Beach, Fla., tiered a rec. \A t t
of one I'reiildent. the ord 7 and 6 victor: over Mrs. "" '
mother of Mill another. George Trainor of Rochester, l1t VOTE FOR THF.QUALIPim r
Helping our client! buy N.Y., Friday to win the 62nd: an. i 1vy
and Nell the tame properly nual North and South Women's .( JI "

put UN, comes hit. Amateur Soon alter Golf Tournament her victory, a 7 )61t4taKt4Kg } CANDIDATE who. .
in the role of wife and
family
member of the operating I
mother lo the deal. We the Plnehurst golfing enterprise
become attached to a par Indicated there may be some

cal and I then catch over changes In the format of next .has children now attending public school
it like' a parent. Knowing year's tournament.
all tide thin The spokesman, Richard S.
cay, Tufts, did not elaborate but he .has lived here 'year-round for 15 years
put IM' in prime portion
Indicated an effort Will being
to help you. Turn to VIVIAN to rekindle Interest in +
OGG Keillor, 1121 i I the planned tournament. .has worked consistently for the bettermentof

Fifth Ave So., for all a*. I Only 26 golfers entered this Collier County, serving as President of
petti of realty Call Ml I year's tournament, and two did the nreater Naples Chamber of Commerce ,
.\ house hu Worn atiilabl In the deniable Orean-
M71S for counsel. nut show' up. sirs addition. Just l fiO' from the beach and adjacent Exchan p Club Board of Realtors Lake Park h

i'l.mBmIreD I to the beautiful I'ort Royal brar*!. Thin comfortable, l VfA. .as Hoard member of Little Lea I

tfrartitr home has thrrr (3) brdrmimii. leo (2) bathe, Tty county Zoning Hoards United I Hmd ,

BEST BUY YET! a rmall dm rnrlonrd taravv, rrrrnrd porch and I Ked Cross Cancer F'tind Tuberculosis & ,

central hrating. To find a home In thin location for lea th. and as Church School Teacher""
129,500.00 I I. indeed a rarity.
1--' and Vestryman
srr-iu .

t Desirable Port Royal waterfront lot near end County Commissioner for 6
.. .was years
of Spy Glass Lane and fronting on cul.de-sac

Wi With Beach Club membership subject| to Bqard an .has served as School Trustee and on the I

iIltf approval. $15,10000.\ School Advisory Committee


!Rental I
.is not politically obligated to any pressure

Cut Iran efficiency apartment Ideal for group _sib the school system or out
one perion or couple. Wllhm calking distance lOr
rig e t t e DELUXE beach. Rental $65 per month on annual )ewer,

Ice .bedroom furnished apartment Month' I

A TO A R COND ONER !. month until J... 1$. 1100.00 per montS. VOTE FOR THE OUALIi; I ID DISTRICT 4 CANDIDATE YOU KNOW IS Oa4Jta4id#C9I
One bedroom furnished guest houi. 1500 I
L Hirt, ar 1. /t enoy; the refresh' ig cot air
"f I F'igette Oe.use, worlds finest' Fits most every per month. I '
make and model, of car. One.day installation easy terms'' :.1

ONLY Other T A IIAMI C. 'lVimn ?e."I I HENRY B. WATKINS, JR. 1
a7 "" $289 f tL ttes TIRE SUPPLY

'N:;:."At ..ED $259 110 flh St. N.. Naples i In Eighth (Street HvntkMl 8 I Pd. PulitiCJl, AdvtrtiMrnmrWhen

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1Ir... April Total Reaches $2,398,607 In County Realty .-

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County real estate sales In the B. and Helen F.Anderson Bloom. Golf and Country Club Inc., to Estate Mart, Inc, to BenjaminF. Lee and Edna Foster to George
current processing period reach. tlrtd Hills Mich.,. Lpt 24 and Bernard E. and Barbara Marino and Elsie R. Satterfleld, Na. D. and Hattie P.Newman,Naples, JI' '
ed $465,300 an average week. part sax M, Kings Town Drive et al, Lot B, Bile 1, Big Cypress pies, Lot 9, Blk E, Unit 3Brook. Lots 132 and 133, Gulf Harbor '
Total for the month of April Is Port Royal $35,300;; Clyde C. Golf and Country Club Estates side, $14,800.First 9000. \VtttcORNER'
now 2398607. and Bess Posvlck to May 1.6chatz. $4,700; Big Cypress Golf and Florida Resource Crop..
Sales of $1,000 or over with Glen Ellyn, m., Lot 3 Country Club, Inc., to WJ. to Carl F. and Theresa Lang MARCO
values taken from tax stampson and part Lot 4, Blk F, Lake Branson, Toronto Canada, Lot Naples,""Lot 22, Blk F, Unit 3, Marco; Highlands Inc., to David Here are authoritative an*
tP recorded deeds Included the view Terrace $26,000; Moor. 11, Blk I, Big Cypress Golf and Brookslde $11,000; Paul A. and P. and Mary E. Evans North swers by the Veterans Administration *
following ings Dev Co. of Canada Ltd., Country Club Estates, 4100. Dolores Irmlnger, sr., to Free. Miami, Lot 7, Blk S,Marco High. to questions from for
George R. and Doris W. Smith to Carl L. and Evelyn M. Gild. BIG man D. and Joan Wood Naples lands, $1,600 George R. and mer servicemen and their families -
to Katheralne R. Smith, Brls. den, Naples, Lot 13, Blk Q, CYPRESSBig Lot 1, Blk A, Unit 1, Coconut Myrtle Smith, to Everett T. and :
1k tol, Va., Lots 4 and 5, Blk Unit 2, The Moorings, $12,500; Cypress Golf and Country Grove, $10,500; Gulf American Juanita N. Vanover, Cincinnati Q -- Will adlshonorabledts.
21, Tier 4, Naples, $4,300;; Wil. Moorings Dev. Co. of Canada, Club, Inc, to William H. and Land Corp., to Anthony and Leah Ohio, Lot 11, Blk A, Myrtle Ter. charge from military service
lIam B. Stone. Inc., to Clar. Ltd., to Onni A. and Elvi T. Helen C. Diddol, Naples, Lot B, Sclholil Springfield, Mass.., race, $1,900; Tri.D Corp., to Vlo. bar from
a veteran
ence D. and Susan R. Lathlaen, Pllponen, Naples, Lot S, Blk 12, Blk m, Big Cypress Golf Tracts 48 and 51, Unit 1, Golden cent Matotsek, Chicago Lots receivingVA
Naples, Lots 20 and 21, Blk 10, 2, Unit 3, The Moorings $6, and Country Club Estates$3,100; Gate Estates, $4,900; Gulf American 11 and 12. Blk S. Naples Manor. hospitalization. ?
Tier S, Naples, $14,500; LyleA. 000;; Moorings Dev Co. of Canada Bonlta Shores, Inc., to Leo R. Land Corp., to Rose Gutman $2,800 Collier Dev. Corp., to A_. Yes, that Is the case.
and Violet Payne to Burns Ltd., to I. Newman and and Charlotte Palmer, Hialeah, Baltimore, Md., Tracts 41 and William II. and Ida T. Doub", Im. Q I am disabled and the
N. and Bertha M. Gibson Na. Heltna B. Leadbetter, Rich. Lot 9, Blk 16, Unit 2, Bonita 42, Unit 3, Golden Gate Estates, mokalee Lots 33, 34, 35, 36, premiums on my National Ser
pies Lots I, 2 and J, Blk 21, mond, Va., Lot t, Blk 3, Unit Shores $I ,4001) First Fla. Real $9,300; Gulf American Land 39 and 40, Blk; 30, Newmarket vice Life Insurance are wai
Tier 10, Naples, 110,000;; Cllf. 3, The Moorings, $8,000;; Moor. Estate Mart, Inc., to Alfred A. Corp., to Emanuel L. and S. $3,000; Arthur 1.. and Elizabeth ved. When I die will my beneficiary
ford O. and RutH Boan to theodore loge Dev. Co. of Canada, Ltd., and Marie A. Actlsdano, Naples Ethel Mann, Philadelphia, Pa., H. Cooper to Oscar and Stella receive the full amountof
S, and Ruth W. Farley, to Elbert A. and Anna C. Hoi.sten !. Lot 7, Blk D, Unit 2, Brook. Tracts 9, 10, 20 and 29, Unit 4, McCollum, Southgate, Mich., my policy or will the unpaid .
Naples, Lot 23, Blk I, Unit 1, Richmond, Va., Lot 7, Blk side, $12,000; First Fla. Real Golden Gate Estates, $18,700; part Lot 43, North Naples Es. premiums be deducted at
Aqualane Shores, $5,700; Alice 3, Unit 3, The Moorings $8, tales, $3,400; Tajnlaml Heights the time of settlement?
Roberta Williams to Michael A. 000; William F. Goddard to V.C. Inc., to William Kocses.Belmar ..
and Helen D. Jiworskl. Upper and Irene L. Andrews, Atlanta What They're Saying K.J., Lots 1 2 and 3, Blk D, A Your beneficiary will
Marlboro Md., Lots 79 and 80, Ga., Lot 42, Blk 3, Unit 3, The South Tamiaml Heights $3,500; receive the full face value of
Unit 1, Coquina Sands, $45,000;; Moorings, $8,500. Stephen and Judith Vesar to your policy. No deduction will
Natel, Inc, to P.T. and Ger. Edmund H. Schweitzer to James and Frances Jardlne,Land be made to cover the premiumsyou
trude T. Crownover, Chat. Lionel S. and Lucille F. P.ck. The Governor's RaceBy of Lakes, Wise., Lots 20 and 21, did not pay while the policywas
tanooga, Tenn., Lot 12, Blk F, Naples, Lot 13, Blk 7. Naples Blk 4, Trail Acres, $1,000; Tonic 'on waiver.
Unit 2, Coquina Sands $4,000; Golf and Beach Club Tract,- $7, N. and Bernie Lee Arnold to Q -- Does the VA furnish
Alfred E. and Mattle D. Beairsto 500 Harold Robltallle THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: sonvllle pulled out a seldom Lee
; et al, to Roy and Elma Lee Sapp, medical care to dependents of
to Rhoden and Ethel W. LeGrow, Millwood Corp., Naples parcelIn Rep. Fred Karl charged today mentioned campaign plank Fri. Immokalee, Lots 6 and 7, and veterans?
9r Islip N.Y., Lot 68, Golden Naples Seaboard and Gulf RRY. that former State Sen. Fred O. day and advocated lowering the part Lot S, Blk 3, Fred Whid. .. .
A
Shores, $3,300; MlltonC.Camp. Co., replat, $28,000; Roy S. and (Bud) Dickinson, one of his five voting age from 21 to 18 years. dens Sub'd., $7,000. No, not as such. Of .
bell to William, H. and Mildred Norma O. Caple to Thurman and opponents In the race for the "If they are old enough tc course, the VA Hospitals will
A. Helnselman, Vienna, W. Va., Linda M. Barnett Naples, Lots Democratic nomination for gov. bear arms In defense of this nation COUNTY admit anyone when necessaryto
-.n Lot 70, Golden Shores, 3500. 16 and 17, Blk 6, Unit 1, Avalon ernor, had falsely accused him ," he said, "they are old L.B. and Lassie L. Rivers to save a life In a medical
SAY AIM!.II-Frank Guerrier of Toronto Canada Is Estates $7,500;; Big Cypress of voting In favor of an Increasein enough to help make the na.Sampson S. and Helen M. Baker emergency But such non- '
I getting what could be called a really close look at the PORT ROYAL the automobile license tag tion's decisions." Immokalee, parcel in Sec 36, veteran patients must pay the
Port Royal Inc., to Thomas fee. Burns told supporters kt West Twp 46, Rge 28, $4,000; Ro. Government for their care
inner workings of a jet plane. "That Is simply not true andI Palm Beach "I have been bert R. Rivera to Sampson S.
I! demand that you retract that watching this noble experiment and Helen M. Baker Immoka- Q Are "peacetime" veterans
: false statement at once," Karl called the trimester. It needs a lee, parcel In Sec 36, Twp 46, entitled to hospital care?
--I'r---J said in a telegram he sent Dick. second look." Rge 28, $3OOO; Joy B. and J.R. A Yes, but only if they were
moon from Key West where Karl Burns called for a study to determine Carter to John and Nettie Steen discharged for a llne-of-duty dls.
i was campaigning. whether the university Immokalee parcel in Sec 31, ability or if they are receiving
GENERALS) ELECTRIC .... : Karl said Dickinson of West system were turning out what he Twg 46, Rge 29, $1,000; J.J. and compensation for a service. con.
Palm Beach, made the charge called walking nervous break. Flora Wiggins to Bertha M. Grlf.nected disability.
;:....::: in a television program from downs. fen Story Eva Mae G.Juntley and Q My service-connected dls.
Miami. The abolition of toll roads and Ornle L. Griffin parcel In Sec4 ability Is rated at 30 percent,
-- "The record of the J 1963 Legls.liture bridges was announced by Rep. Twp 47, Rge 29, $3,500;; Verlon Can 1 be entitled to extra com.
shows that I was one of Fred Karl of Volusla County asa and ElUabethSmlttitoRoscoeand pensatlon because of my depen.
the leaders In the fight to defeat goal of his administration U Naomi C. Holmes, Immokalee dents?
CARLOAD SALE! the tag Increase" said Karl, of elected. parcel in Sec 5, Twp 47, Rge 29, A No. Only veterans whose
t < Daytona Beach. Karl said strict application of $1,800;; Henry 6. Minster to Ray. service connected disabilitiesare
"I spoke against this bill In the road code and fair competl. mond L. Wade, Miami, parcel in rated at 50 percent or more
r the debate. On six different oc. live bidding would mean many Sec 10, Twp 48, Rge 26, $5,700;; are entitled to additional compen.
casions, I voted against it. I actively more miles of free roads in Bener Corp., to Vlncenzo Quinto, satlon for dependents.
GIANT CAPACITY WASHER worked to prevent its pas. Florida. Miami Parcel In Sec 6, Twp 50, Q As an eligible War OrphanI
6! sage. He Included the Florida Turn. Rge 31, $4,000; Gabriel H. Luff have educational rights but I
Wash "I do not recall seeing any pike among the facilities from to James R. Bishop, Jackson. wish to continue working, too.
Hot or Warm communication from you or which he would lift tolls If pos. ville. parcel In Sec 12. Twp 5 O.. May I attend school for less than

6 Washes large family load cleans hearing you speak out on the Bible Rge 31, $1,200.Gabriel 1 I half time under the War Orphans
proposal when the bill was under Lower taxes and an end to fa. H. Luff to Roy F.Bron. Educational Program?
smaller loads too. consideration." voring special Interests with covich, Indian River City Fla., A .. No. Regulations requirethat
y Karl told Dickinson he be. state's bank deposits and insur parcel in Sec 7, Twp 50, Rge 32.I a student must attend schoolat
Activator 3-ione washing cleans lleved Dickinson was "feeling ance were put forth by Mayor $1,200; Robert H. McTague to : least half time to be eligible
clothes thoroughly. the strain of the campaign and Robert King High of Miami. Helen A. Douglas Loughrin, Ml. ;for the War Orphan program
/ that as you begin to slip you get High said he would apply to ami Beach, parcel In Sec 33Twp 1 I payments.
Damp-dry spin many pieces ready w7, careless in your charges. It Is the state government In his MI. 50, Rge 31, $8,800; Gabriel H. Q--Is there an age limit after
,' to iron right from washer. obvious now that I will be In the ami formula for reducing taxes Luff to Paul C. Wade, Altanta, which a war orphan
runoff and that you would like under which taxes were loweredIn Ga., parcel in Sec 7, Twp 50, may no
d Installs flush to wall cabinet depth -4'JW...... to raise some Issues that would each of the past three years. Rge 32, $1,200;; Mario Ruberto longer be eligible for educational -
". HAD A GREAT FALL" change that trend I hope you He said special interestswhich to Egldlo and Anita Enrlcone assistance by the VA?
for built-in look.ONLY correct that error and stick to .sought to hang on to favored Ft. Lauderdale, parcel in Sec Generally, the age limits
-West Berliners broughtto the facts for the remainder of treatment by the state were put. 14, Twp 50,Rge 32,11,200;; George are between 18 and 23 with exceptions
With mind the Humpty the campaign." ting large sums .of money, into W. Gill to Thomas Ormand, Chi.; allowed in certain
11i1IMooW 169 Trade DurrtptY-'poem"when: they Voting rights for 13-year.olds the campaigns certain\.candl. I cage, parcel'In see"ZS, 'Twp 50,; cases but In no case may the
WAUO saw the East Berliners put. free highways and the wisdomof dates. Rge 34, $1,100; Florida Invest schooling assistance be con-
Similar to Illiutradun trimester operation of the Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland ment Futures Co., to Vito J. tinued the 31st
ting up this concrete bunk. beyond birthday
state told Pensacola supporters his and Rosalie Salonia Bronx
university system were ,N.Y.,
of the Certain
FULLY AUTOMATIC FILTER FLO er on building's balcony raised in campaigning yester election would put Florida on parcel in Sec 11, Twp 51, Rge 34, beneficiary. war
from which they'll keep an day. record as opposed to the civil $1,400;; Golden Age Investment orphans under 18 may also be
I WASHERWashes eye on the West. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack.RYAN rights bill in Washington Co., to Robert M. Pool, Dayton, eligible for example, those
r And he said if he were erectedhe Ohio, parcel in Sec 34, Twp 51, who are handicapped.Q .
arcs would support Florida's two Rge 34, $1,200.Albert Children of a deceased
Big 12Lb. Family senators In their opposition to the DeVore, et al, to Col. veteran may have some pen.
WATCH bill.Campaigning Her Land and Title Co., Miami sion rights. do they forfeit
Wash Load Clean
on the civil Beach, parcel In Sec 32, Twp these rights when their motherthe
ii Drake of 3 wash rights bill by governor candl. 52, Rge 30, $6,800; Jack and ( veteran's widow) remarries
dates was termed an Insult to Bertha Toppell, to Cotton Pro. ?
TeupentureeWsnn for the voters by Sen. John Math. pertles, Inc, Miami parcel In
or Cold RlnieTpmprriturt A--No. children of
ews of Jacksonville. Sec 7, Twp 52, Rge 33, $4,400; Eligible
I Mathews said in stops of his Isaac Hasday to H. Etrassman a deceased veteran retain their
,, 1 Wafer Level motorcade between Jacksonvilleand Tr., No. Miami, parcel In Sec pension rights after their
Koiuliir or Short Cycle theOPENING Pensacola that the candl. 23, Twp 52, Rge 33, $3,600 Robert mother remarries until they
Spnlnl Bonk Cycle dates could do no more about the and Henrietta Leipzig to WU- become 18, or 21 if they are
'I All Porcelain Tub, Top bill than the voters; that all Him A. Anderson et al, Char. going to school.
and Lid they could do was to write their lotte, N.C., parcel in Sec 2, Twp
> Mont Pwlthe Smpenilon. senators. 53, Rge 34, $2,000; The South Q-How can I still be liable
r 8>ktem A\alUbl Kelly said the bill was 10 per Coast Constr. Co., Inc., to Stan. for my GI home if I have soldIt
r cent civil rights and 90 per cent ley Kucala, Chicago Ridge m., to another party?
ONLY $] 99 federal takeover. parcel in Sec 4, Twp 53, Rge 33, A"You are not liable for
Fred Dickinson of West Palm $1,000; The South Coast Constr. the home but for the GI loan
Beach plugged for a united Flor. Co. Inc. to
"lIh Trade Thomas and Phllo. which was guaranteed to the
Ida.He mena Sarlo Melrose Park, D.I., lender by the VA in your name.,
told a group in Pompano parcel in Sec 4, Twp 53, Rge To avlod this
Model WA80f Beach that a strong north Flor. 33, l,900j; The South Coast responsibility, a
Q Ida was essential to a strong I Constr. Co., Inc., to Salvatoreand veteran selling a GI home should
Florida. His .l.ctlon. said Dick. Ann M. Marino, Chicago arrange to have the buyer
U Inson, would mean an end to sec. :parcel in Sec 4, Twp 53, Rge assume the liability. Consult
FULLY AUTOMATIC tlonallsm in the state. 33, 1900. your lender or the VA.

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CLASSIFIED p ,_ : : z Johnson Gets First Hand






Look At Depressed AreasWASHINGTON



(AP) Presl. dom of educating his Jean-clid

ADS FOR dent Johnson baa taken his boys.

"war on poverty" to the streetsof "Take care of yourself said

Pittsburgh the tarpaper Johnson as he left the hillside

cabins of moo, Ky., and along cabin. "And don't you forget

the way summarlud his likely now. I want you to put those

1964 campaign tactics: "I wishI boys through school

could look into every face and Mrs. Johnson, with a parting

shake every hand." wave to the young Fletchers

Before returning to Washing called out, "B)'., Chlllun.

Midway 2-2107 ton late Friday night after 17. From Inex, with Its 37 per

.I ,* hour day on the run, Johnson cent unemployment rate, the

-WJWW - wWWWLW aid/ he found "a wonderful Johnsons flew by helicopter to
- - JUNGLE JAUNT-You meet tplrlt" among the people of pov. the flatland area called BlockHouse

I : the strangest things on the erty o pocked Indiana PennayleY&n151 Bottom, whence they

1-Announcements Services Offered Il-Autc For S.U 49-Houses For Rent SB-Lots For s.l..ulln. rough road through Nairobi Kentucky and/ West VIr. drove Into Paintsvllle Ky., to

M.lli irs but it tht 'ont. TtToTdconver leTJrtTT: B ..s lots p. Ilh Ave No National Park in Kenya. And pnl a. tour a vocational school.In .

Sprint Ip. Op.n daily, : .,.._. SEA WALLS Cheep Ml 2.3647 1121.3' RENTALSHOUSES jutt off Tre.l. at 1150 fr. It giraffe always have the And/ he said he was looking one room, students of

1 fast o... only.lunch.WY dmnir, t 4601. Dinner' 411UI by CONCRETE WOOD ROCK 1952 JEEP GOOD CONDo 150" TRAIL FRONTAGE seer 4th right-of-way, even if they ahead to a "bright highway of beauty culture one with her

Foundation Piles Ml' 23318 4/24.21 Ave No et 1100 f,. ft. hold up the East African hop for the Impoverished and hair half dyed crowded
APARTMENTSFURNISHED
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON 1961 i wheel' drive hip..I.ck.. COLEMAN BOVD. Broker
Safari of around.
Rally, unemployed the nation.
SO Tenth St No Ml 2 5155
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1(21 E:. while .t.. aluminum covered
Tamiaml Trail Docks-Mooring Whips UN"UII"'ISHED.' "
Midway 26672 bumper. fithpol holder .u,. Vt"'". IE..SON. 115.tfr.dJ.ro.1 The President came home delighted flU you get an expert, said
SAGEN Autometic, ABBOTTRadio rey top with, whit, canvas. The ; ; LOIIOIl R2'01dI with the reception given the President, "send '.m up to
WILL HAIR famout Tomcat II. Call Mi E of Airport toned C 1 PUBLIC NOTICE
FASHIONS' fl 900 J. W DVCHES
REALTOR I've
him White House. about
All b.nch.. b..uty WrvCe MI 2 2145 4/2591 ISO' 5 300 12 SOO with term by blg-clty steel orkers the got

4., MI 5th 'Av.711. So3BoBtsMotort Radio Road 1962! Chevrolet Bel Are 4 door 1144 I,. ST. SO NOTICE Or PUBLIC HEARINQ and hlll.coiintry sawmill work six women up there who need

2 4042 4393 sWan Vt Radio, heater auto Ml 22452 Tail Acre LOll 50' 5 150 The publio are informed that a era-even though his right hand their hair donea"TIle
2 4479VICS
malic Low mileage. like new /Stfa 1479 .121 00 eln. bal 110 per moDc public will be held tt the was puffed and daubed with day's biggest mob scene
Aces Priveta owner, Ml I 23204 Hill h."nl
Broker M
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.- SHOE: REPAIR Complete IIZUI NEARLY RENTAL'UNFURNISHED Off,ca al the Ihoute Co ft: II AM. Tuatday May fli, '19 M red antiseptic. was at South Bend incL. where

YACHT BROKERAGE Shoe. Im"Dl slOg.. So endrefimthing loot ford. very good condneedt ., I bdrm I Ill Ml 24)01 fo, the purpose of hearing any co"nl., Without question Johnson had several thousand/ school children
Complete .Naplpi. fender 58fn.! 1957 Dodge beth rendence 1105 per mo I/Ulf" plaint or r..*on* why the followIng shaken more hands than on any threatened to engulf the Pr....
N.l Littlngt 1250 Ml 2 4/lM >0 J W. DYCHES BV OWNER RESIDENTIAL should not bo ro toned *. d*
.. Fin Inboard a.ts From 20 RENTALSRoileway 1144 leI St So. LOT IN : cither /day as President. He had dent as he emerged from his
Bob. Martin, Ml I t.1757 Ml I 22452 PRICED CYPRESS WOODS. "BroTk.Ttt of Minor Park Sub been mobbed and buffeted by helicopter. Johnson was swept
Brunt Smith, Chrlt.Craft Sale 40 Autos AT 11250 MI 2 3719.59Acreage .
4 Sods Repairs Parts I/IS
Baby 4/21 4. division, Town of 'Immokelee aapir
over-safer admirers conducted along on a human tide and was
SPECIAL, Screened Cr bt. Hi Chunttrollert .utful TVa. new c S'i5"';. plat SO recorded CollierCounty In Plat RscerdsBlocks Book 2.p.a' impromptu street rallies and extricated only with much effort
piei Large bedroom will loinb.ds.
19 ft. fiberglass "Crosby" Portl Cnbigueilt LOOK HERE! walk, m cloteti. tile bath .nd given his Secret Service body by his bodyguards.It .

runabout twin 40 H.P. .nel ulh" n..dl br unup.ol.d w,Ih I/'d'/' ng glut donrt. hv,ngroom I a 2 of Fred WhlddenSubdivision guards In that
a scare by riding/ was Pittsburgh
Wondering; where to go kitchw, 4 d,".". Air loll acre on Immokal Rd. Town of Immok*!** a*
Johnson motors with only rond,I,on.d. eieclt h..' City 17500 cath You chance for a per plat recorded in Plat Book 2. through crowds In an open convertible Johnson suddenly h&.ltedhI

IS hn. since 4 With your car problems T ..,.r. ft yearly Adults, no .ood 'lnvttmnt CARIBBEANREALTY pass 31. Collier County Record something that had/ and standing tall on
new. 2 18 Delivery pick up aervic* pell P 0 Bo> 41 Naples The foregoing to bo r* lon.d to ,cavalcade ,
gal gas tanks all controls, Factory FInish' Paint, Job ,,. 2 elso.. J790 N. Trell 4/26ths.If Midway CIA. not been done since the assas. ,(the rear seat of the open car,
THE HILHOUSE CO Wreck RebuiltTuneupt BOARD 01' alnatlon of President John F. -
battery.powered megaphone
etc. 4 wheel "Rocket" trail. &i*0 w.W tr _MI_7 jnj t 50-Rooms For Rent FIVE, ACRE TRACTS CLOSE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Kennedy last Nov. 22. ,grabbed a address; crowds that
to
Front end IN ON ROAD SURVEYED' tSEAL)
er complete package IpP Seawalls stigornentMolor Private room 1227 Ills .1. N. A Morgerot T Scott. Clerk Perhaps the most unusual pressed toward him from all
$1,895. See at 1650 Murex Ov.h.ulTr.nlml..lon Ml 2.3094 or Ml t 4947 U OT.fOWA: 'WJJO AND By R. W Beelty, episode uf a day crowded with
Rock
and Groins rebuilt 4/24 4055Stores BECK REALTORS' 41J ITH Deputy Clerk quarters.
Drive or call Bill Tucker, Creeiote teewoll dck. LubricationBrehss AVE GO.__MI_21221. 3/29" April, 24 May I. 194 #130NOTICE surprises was a presidential Johnson, who delivered more

Midway 2-4295 Excellent pun and grain Office 'SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN "P PUBLIC" HEARINGThe visit to the cabln-dwelllng Tom ,than a down speeches duringthe

Buy! Polish. 4 Wan ACREAGE public are informed that S Fletchers and their eight children day, talked to the national
MARATHONDREDGING Office No t. 2nd NOW I tract' located.
S.lch'uldn. acre
dory
Don t look further hearing will be hold at the at Inet.Mounting .
any public convention of the League of
til 10 per Mo 1178 leI lust one mile from US' 41 .t
12-H lp Wsnted CO. So* St So Watkins 4 Barker, 101 Drive on to this property with Courthouse 11:00 AM. Tuetday tail Naplaa May. Fla.12 1944 the rude front porchof Women Voters and the home lo.
5th own car and It : I
Avt So Ml I 2S14 your compare
Chevrolet the Fletcher home In Hat
Ingram Inc.
Dredge, pratling 4/1. ., agalntt I any other! Onty 119 for the purpose of hearing any com. cal of President David 3. Me.
Livin. operating, and main full For plaintt or reeeont why the following fleld-and-McCoy John
130 SIN down price 1799 country Donald/ of the United Steelwork.
tinanca couple. E.peri.nc. In and Dollar Work St.. N MI 2 5105 further 'Intormetion contact: should not be re'toned at da
motel or apt hotel It qua!'tied, Airport Road MI 2-4321 N.olet Fla.42Machinery 57-Hootes For Stle D T Jones Enterprlte*, Ine ten bid losreiniBs1innin5 : son squatted on his haunches- era Union *uth In Pittsburgh.

mail, your name. eddrett. tel Ml.dwey I.9340. f 0' So. 573.SpecialiSO : it the SW corner In hunkered down, In local par. He told the steelworkerst
and brief .. 1 bdrm. 3 b.lh homo ho' Iron ,. ., NWIk Of NWU Of NWS4 Of Section
no record of
to box I7372Z Coil epenence ,., 36-W nted To Equip. b..ch Csntral' Is.."n. .nel sir !) acres 10 miles E. el 4. Twp 47S Range 29E the point of lance-to discuss with the man "I'm here to fight an enemy.
County Plows 4/U.51 Buy conel Marl.... .nd Bscb Real.tors. town Close to Trail 1149 par beginning;: thence East SOil.I thane of the house the problems ofpoverty. I'm here to start that fight and
41J SOlo Av. 10. MI S 1221. acre Terma. Collier County North 150 I thence Weel 342 | thence
.
Hotel front office dub clerk WOULD LIKE: TO' BUY A GROCERY STOREEQUIPMENT : 11S.'h.1f Real Ettate MI i.3919 OpenSundays. South ISO' to point beginninge.c.ptlng keep up that fight until that enemy

Hours. 4II pm. t days In GOOD 7H H P. OUTBOARD Everything you need for 9 "CRAYTON' COVE: Inspect our 4/I7.1920Tor the Wilt II.f deeded for Fletcher Jobless for much of Is destroyed-issd that en.

Ciud.og Saturdays a Sundays MOTOR AT A REASONABLE grocery or lundry .tore I and 1 Bedroom hornet on tneiie7'/"hoAsi0j"- Stele rl.h'.of way the past two yean reported he emy Is unemployment and his
Mu'l hasp n"l psarsncs. b. PRICE: SEE: GLENN TURNER II ft' Muiimen Dairy Display Ills Av*. So. between tth Ith I acre tractt. 2H acre S acre *..d ,
bondable and tober. Reference AT COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. Cue 10 ft. Morton Meet Cata Stt. Priced from U9.790 to tract with lectrlcily and The West 70 I' of the following earned $400 last year-largely ally Is pOVeltYs"Johnson ;
,required. |200 per mo. Ml t MM S ft Warren Meet C... $17800 with, good term. roadt Other big acreage tract described property: Beginning 114 by scratching for coal on the was nearly two hours
I,, sppt 4/24,21 S ft Sevege Froien Cote |?0 dn 120 per mo end up. ydt 221 yda South of behind schedule for Ms iinal
NEEDED AT ONCE Full or J8-Autos For SsleVOLUME 5' > 4' Hill Welk-in Bo 14. COCONUT GROVE: I Bedroom Collier County Reel' Eitet Ml (he NW c"n of the NWU of surface of the neighboring hills.
pert time men or women to Bend Saw National Grinder hornet available, at III.350 and t 3919 Open Sunday NW" of NWUi of Section 4. Twp Johnson in neatly pressed stop-* conference with the gov
terv W.tkn., cuttomart In Neplet Toledo Tendenier 30' 112.250. Term .."., than rent I/l. lOll.wlhsII 475. Range ItEI Ihence East Ill ernors of West Virginia Mary.
Good Income. No Invett Meat Block 2 Toledo Scalea WILLIAM B. STONE, INC. acre rtacls. -f f dv. ood yd*: thence North 75 yd* 2 Inches: business suit, and Fletcher In land/ North Carolina Georgia
msot. Sit your own bourn A4W Root Beer Machine, Builder thence Wilt 141 yda; thence South khaki trousers and tatteredsport ,
Write C. R Ruble. Dept A1 We Are Now A Volume complete (1(50 deliveredTHE SO Tenth St North Ml 2-t3S IS One 00 per mile, mo from no Inleroet |3M 79 yd* 2 inches to point of begin' Tennessee Kentucky and VIr.

P. O Sos 2447. Memph. Tennettee Dealer No Reasonable HILHOUSE: CO. 4/20,115 City, Collier County Golden Real Oats Ea. nln shirt, were so (Intent on gtnla at Huntington W.Va. I'
Dick Hill, The tract to be ra' their 10-mlnute chat that nelth.
4/l1.51 Offer Refused Raa,gJ>d Ml 2 "10I WATERFRONT HOME 2 bed tale Ml 2 3999. Open Sunday. toned 1::'egoing Cl Commercial Owner: They discussed the economic
rooms. 2 bath Florida room. 2/15tlwth. er noticed when a gust of wind
2 1 799 00 Hatter Y. PetertCOUNTY problems of the Appalachian
S3 FeirUn dr Hick
Wsnt. Female$ 44-Mobil. Homes geraga. Located on aeawalledcenaT BOARD knocked over the door of the
13-Help
62 Gain,. XL 500 Ht 199900 Clean and well 1 cared for, COMMISSIONERS states and, while they were at
62 Reniult Oordml, Ion 00 Priced at $11600. Owner .nx. 60-Trade or 5.11 nearby privy. it the In
situation
South VietNam
ounhsscrslar 7 for law office. 62 Fairlana 4 eI,. T'lIltr wlh, cob.n. and co,. lout (o tell CARIBBEAN (SEAL) ,
fir'tlnol required Ml 2 4200. VS like new 149900tl port for rant or talication Nice b 10' REALTY 1750 N. Trail Ml THAOEon LOT Lrg i Margaret T Scott. Clerk Mrs. Johnson at her hut and Johnson's decision to
I Ford Country Sedan 149900 Ml 2 4155 or 1,1792. bedroom 2 both horn priced By R. W Beatty. band's slow
2SI59 429thttf"BEACHFRONT side through the day down output of nuclearmaterials.
II Falcon lei,. 129900tl 327.tf at III.900. Mortgage p.ym.nltllRI Deputy CIApril -,.. ,
trainee E.p..ncod for Naplet d.n'.1 D.nO.O.'''''.nl 0' Buick.. Skylark wagon Want to buy trailerCall 10' wid. R DENCon per mo Went city I 'lot, 24 4 May I. 11(4 #131 was equally engrossed in talk .

Ap 169500II Ml 2 4509 4/1' 100 of while tend btach Ibdrm REALTY, 1790 NTrell about cooking and After this session Johnson
ply by letter to box 1717 UU POWIF homemaking ,
., 2 beth. .,. .. CBS NOTICE Of IHTEH110HTO
Ml 21199.
,
Coll Com.t 4 dr 1,51 n.w 1095 00
County Newe
4/19.51 to Old 4 dr 129500ti with, tcreened 'In pool end p.to., 4/2S that DISSOLVE CORPORATIONS with Mrs. Fletcher and some of said he would shortly send Con.

"WAT'TRESS, NEEDED Cheo _IOn air llick' S95 Mto ,45-Tr.i1ers. For Rent ", Ju.it reduced to Ml JSO unfurnithed NvI e is hsrsby 5lven :UW the'.neighbor-ladle*** (reese special messace"urging11
j' rIOeSlatstes.
505 3.
PICADILLY PUB Th.t, it a wonderful( provisions of Section
Buick
Invicta 139900
SEE MR. G HI. Trailer.. for 61-Income Property to each d. the corporations legislation to aid Appalachla. I
59 Chev 4 dr. 79500 rent Special tow buy on a scarce Item May wo Fletcher, who quit school In
4/ZJZUI False t* retiree, and low In- show you this property todoyrCARIBBEAN haled' 5.15w' the same bn in.cerporeled
.
5S Chev 4 d VS 695 00 :
I Cenlrelly located end undo 'h. laws Flenl.da the fourth grade got a lecture
55 Simca, 4 eI,. 299 00 com folk*. Trailer apace $5 OS REALTY. 1750 N. laundry B ,
97 Buick, 2 dr per week Fiihmg. docking Trail Ml 2 5155. 4thtf! adjoining' atore building with .... according to lhe records from the President on the wls. Laotian Reds
U-Help Wanted M.U privilege Income Marlowe and Back of the Secretary 01 It.t. each .nd
Ht pow. 399 00 Reeltort. 4S3 9th Ava So dc.
Ml' over ysuchcOr porelseel eppeers
ROCK
97 Ford Ht 49500 CREEK II out of II of our ratlramenl
A young man to train .. ... 97 Merc 4 Viet dr. HI.power. 399 00 TRAILER PARK hornet told on Mich..in Ave H221. 1/111. linquent for three (1)) yeera r more Seek To Block
itant manager Apply in per 97 Plymouth 4 dr. 9900 Only 2 remelnlnf at til,470 In: KINGSTON" "APAffTMENTi/ -_ 'In the filing of reportt and paymentof

1S3 eon .to 10th Gulf St.Glass S. 4 Aluminum 4/2J", 97 Chev 2 dr. 48-Apts. For RentI eluding landtcaped lot. acraenad NEW It unit apartment located Section taiat 40113-Florida under the provltion Statutet. and of Rights Bill Crisis Solution
S cyl. atick 39500 porch air, cond. See theta on Gulf Shore Drive Merlowoend of said
54 Ford 2 d,. ttick 19500 hornet before buy In. *ny retire. Bock Realtor. 4S1 9th Ave that under the prevltlon ,
bdrm furnithed
epti Neerbeech Section SOUS. Florid Statute. said VIENTIANE Laos (AP)-
15-Salei Wanted So Mi 2 11 U. 1/'''
Help 56 Dodge 4 dr 150 00 end thopping, Weekly m.n' hornet CARIBBEAN have been classed, a*
91 Chev 2 dr ttick, monthly or yeer ( REALTY 1750 N. Trail MI Islands, 'Apartment floaa to corporation tubjecl to dissolution. and thet three New objections from the pro.

MALE FEMALE need motor work 195 00 w y2304t. 'ound'II'f .tf 2.155_. 4/'.tht,If Mach end .hoppn. Ooyer Ill. (II month after dale of thIs publication Communist Pat hot Lao threat
OR 95 Chev 2 dr. lIck 195 00 r.ir'.n', barge furnih i .dpf. good terme. Marlow and BeckHeeltort each and every such corpora, Test To Come ened today to block a solution
MUST BE LICENSED 42 Ford Cconolmo, I bdrm Twin Lake. 995 Gran NICE RETIREMENT HOME 4S1 9th Avo So Ml lion listed below that has not In
pickup, 1295 00 Ida Blvd. 4/2ftf Brand new 2 bdrm CBS on ; 9221. I/I'altf the meantime filed, lit reportt due to the Laotian crIsis
REAl. ESTATE 12 Ch.v '4 Ion pickup' 1295 00 Trail Terreca. $10950 CARIBBEAN and paid, the teiet due under the A Pathot Lao spokesman
52 GMC Walk ,n Van 35000 h.defficisncy, gueithouto REALTY 1750 N. Trail... of Section SOI 11 Florid
BE YOUR OWN BOSS Iol..m.n Dc |15 per week Includingutilit.it Ml 2(155. 4/1,tht,If 64-Wsterfronr Prop tr Statute provmon. will be certified, to the strongly denounced rlght.wjjp
Dovalson Tom .
: 1401 Creech Rd Governor of the State of Florida. By WednesdayWASHINGTON demands for enlarging neutrau
P..I.. Elton Davdson LaurnBlue 4/2421
EXCELLENTPROPOSITION brn' our choc., I bdrm. 2 bath CBS with LAKEFRONT DUPLEX. III. who will ltu a Proclamation at let Premier Souvanna Phouma's
to you :1I Ml 25154 funllh.d ept 7 urreo 0. lOll. I.,..' so reeve d porch Double 500. 1500 dn 112111 per mo that time dittolvlng laid, corpon' coalition Cabinet to Include
Ave S 4 Sin St Collier, County I rented for
COLLIER COUNTY MOTORS paved side 165 per mo """. (AP6enate
IH
CALL MI .'-'IJ'i:!: : Your Friendly FORD Reel .Ettete. MI 2 39S9 openaundayt lott gerege completely. aodded driveway. In Sorrento Hors's your chine te buy a COLLIER COUNTY leaders said today they expecta more rightists.
j':7ti MERCURY 4 COMET Dealer 4/t4 horn and Income See BUPt Name Principal Place Souk
Oerdent This It a brand Vongsak a Pathlet Lao
Owner I.,.. turnnhed elf,. new Whiteker, and Nicholas TON BROS. (21 leI Av*. SoMl of BusinessAlkin vote by Wednesday on their.
We INVITE YOU cioncy Air cond StonecreftAplt home Complete 122.M9 CARIBBEAN 25204 --._"- 4/9.If. 4 Aitocletee, Inc. Naples amendment to the civil rights secretary of state, accused the
16-Help Available Ml 24159 or Ml 22712SABAL REALTY, 1750 N YANKEES LANDING Coop Amerlcen Securltle, 'too Naples bill_n amendment they hope right-wing military Junta which
TO SHARE IMOMt. APTS Trait,' Ml 2 6155 __ 4/ ,tht,tf hunting' Compare the iling, Bay View Inn In*. Naples seized power In Vientiane last
Boet Haven Naple Inc Naple will drive the opening wedge
Mddl. .
sgsd moo dss.rss m.n. raw concept i 1 Cc
I.n.nc. wok Ml I 2.J'I6' OUR SUCCESSI! and Elf,c Areca,enciet Ace eveiletale Ml 2 4455 Kelly Rd PINE RIDGE ESTATE opt on p't.k'.l.: in Oy*: Cenlaurl Corporation Naples Into the Senate stalemate. Sunday of trying to "sabotagethe

4ZUI: 3/24 IIFurvished IIIdm. 2 beth houte '1.. room Iso Bey See 'it today or cell Circle Seven Inc NaplesCollier Both leaders Democrat Mike policy of peace and neutral
Burton Bros MI' 121Z1 after County ,
The overlooking lawn "
Butmatt i* greet new lerge and
ity in Laos
lake Tandtcaplns hours. MI 2 3937. 1127.1f Conttructlon Inc. NaplesCollie Minsfteld and Republican Ever.
pentlve
Corporation In
21-Lost & Found Chrysler cart are condemnation:
telling. I uk., hot co.... Come In I bdrm ept Adults eluding palm, citrut tropical Bureeu County of Motor Inc.and NaplesCredit eli M. Dlrksen, told/ newsmen Souk's Indlcat.
today and take a tett drive in only I Ml 22t55 or 23139 tree and shrubs Sprinkler tyt Neple ed a formal rejection of the
Collier Ine NaplesCrews the teat the first amendmentto
Il2ltfEIIc.nc 65-Gen. Real Estate County on
Eva
Ditapptartd' Wednetday the car of your choiceS2 tern. well to wall carpeting, In
n.ng from Broohnde, Black and living room drapenet New Centtructlon Company Naple the measure should come byTuesday right-wing proposals would be'
Wn.te. female Enghth. Setter Chev ..1 Airs VI At ,... D.y. Wsek 0' Hotpolnt wether.. refrigerator Nu corner lot epprommelelyI Oon.l.on Builders. InG. Naples forthcoming from Prince Sou.
or Wednesday5Southerners
County License OsRaw. fic: 4 H I owner 1119 00 Month and block from Rock Creek Co'yW.t. East Naplss Pure Oil, ''n. NaplesEverglades '
: plus dog SI Rancher; IRIS MOTEL). MI detpfreeie Laundry room phanouvong Pathet Lao leader
*, Velvet Owner J. C. stick Ml 01 2 2302 or"Ml 2.ti59. central heat Complete privacy ., available This. lot I* ParhWitorways. could upset the
Van Artdale. Provmcetawn, SI Wegon Modern_I bedroom unfurnithed without" notation See thit fine going' for the low low price of Inc. CvrgldtFlim timetable. However the Mans and deputy premier under the
Chrytler Sneck House. lye Naples
*
Matt For information, call Air" PS. PB WW H.wII APARTMENT with, cemplstsbilchsn property before you buy.CARIBBEAN (2000 Ine fleld-Olrksen old coalition.
Hampton NapletI proposal on jury
port. Ml I 2 3454. 4/21..t REALTY 1750 N
Near beech
hu.cb Ion, L. .br. 4 dr. 393500 ping BY SEASON OR end YEAR thop Trail, Ml 2 4155 O/I2.thslb Roysl' Harbor Sea Walled lot Immokalea 4 S Farm*. Inc. of ImmokaleaI trials In discrimination cases i.I Is Souphanouvong, Souvanna'sstepbrother

23-Misc. For Sat.n.nihupi.s Ht AI..PSRCPI 199 eoN Ave So. Ml 21393Fvrn CBS house and lot =1 blocki I; 10' X 135' 17.000. 4 B Packing Company ImmokalaeImmokelee gesture toward easing their stayed at Pathet

Sh... WOO- ,ih.d | htdroom N. of Senior, High School 114.000 See Neplet South and Model Lumber position, which has forced the Lao headquarters in Khang
.. SI VI Ambamdor wagon. .. .p.rt -2 bdrmt a belh den ontra Co In ImmokeleeJa
Num.rou. me t huge l>v...i room k,Icien Homo on Display."Ren'snobe debate into Its 40th Kay continuing his 14-month
PS. PB., day.
factory air shower
haul.hold .nt.1 best sewer. Inc.
cl. for tilt s.. a bath Ml 2 J49I 2/<9tf ,, to rent buy or Char Ntpltt
.I lOll Broad 'v. N RaH 159500 water. well Gen TV 4 FM M'' contact lor.ii (C, J.I Lumbar Originally President Jofcnson boycott of the coalition govern
4 4,. AT. PS PBH4H : ** -
1124.21 SI Old. f cvsv.ee p1 Os'ret t. p.. Screened corport By owner. Company Ine Cvergledet ment.
... Lucille Oil Leoh Brown and other supporters of the
I79SOOSO
eu 'inlu.re 5t .111 Cr..'" Ml 22711 4/2421 Me*', Manse Enterprlte
MAPS Rambler Super Sid Ro ;, ., BEACHFRONT RETTDTWZ Virgil Marcum Bob Jaeger Inc. Naples broad antidiscrimination: Souvanna meanwhile, re*
City County Topo Air 19! !.00SO ON 100' of wh,tssan d beech Merritt Miller Development had toothed only nominal head of
XEROX Copy.nn Intltntly Buick LaSabra lei'. Bedroom furnished efficiency, DEWEY POLLY ur* called for Its passage
!
CAPLCS BLUEPRINTING.Sll PS :h..T.. apt No pete or .hleI.n. Midway 1 with,bdrm acreened 2 beth gamed and CBS Company. T. V 'Ine of Naple NepletMr Naples In the same form as drafted In government. Rightist leaders re.

J/lltr Its Ava So. Ml 124U R4M lncoln 4 dr. Ht Camp I49SOOSO 2 33S7 or 2 9949! 41..l'49HouMt Jutl reduced in to pool|Jl 910 unfurnithed patio. REALTY Naples' Abltrecl 4 Till, Co NeplelNeple the House. fused to allow him to exercise

Equip W. fact air ISis it a wonderful buyIn Bay Corporation NoplotNeplet But after consultation with normal power until their conditions .
Beautiful 'ullom wood kitchen' I owner above av 171900SO For Rent a scarce ilmi May we show Corner of lit Ave No 4Tamtam Car Wash. In*. Naples. fulfilled.
CO"'n. N..., u.od. low prie Dodge Pioneer, Wagon you this property todeyF CARIBBEAN Trail Naples Ditlributori Ins, Naples administration strategists the are
ed immedieto delivery MI VS At. PS. R4H 109500 REALTY, 3750 N Ml 24)54I42 Napiss, Floride BusinessS Senate leaders Introduced their Rightist troops guarded Sou.vanna's .
2 MSI J/lOtf I belrm. fur' drsam "ou,.. Trul Ml 2 4155 4/23th tfWeterfront cynics, In*, Naples
19 Crown Imperial 4 drHt .. villa and kept their cons
East oom has glass .1,4,01, amendment as a substitute for a
Jewel' Bee Avenue Waterfront Naplas G..n. lee Naples
condeA.Vrr.Vc.nv Tccett Gull
aicall th t.
doors leading to large ac.n.eI w and Neple HoIstCompany Southern proposal offered trol over the city, Including the
24-Mitt. For Rant 00 Seewall Air" Conditioned, 2 Bedroom aeewell. central heel by
; : AT 1Z95 porch Lovely bath with" tunken Furnished or unfurmthedeluding air. 2 bdrm 2 bath*. porch (The) Naples fcen. Herman E. Talmadge D airport radio station eommunl.
tile tub N earns w Sea Gat *
Pfl 1094 M garg. J19950 Moving, must Neolee Perk.horoo
Carport .11 electric ktc".n In.
cation facilities and various
ITS I School Ml 23144 1122.11 Ga. gov.
Inenpentiv* to clean rug* tl lord Cutlomlm end 0rosier.Open tell. Ine Naples Park
refrigerator
and. upholatary with Slue Lu*. 2 dr. RtH tick, 4M 0H 2-bdrm' :. I '"beth CBS"wofur.nished : 1 to S Sunday or call for Naples' Rock 4 Pevmg. los. Naples It would permit a Jury trialon eminent ministries. Military of.
tr. Rent electric, thampooar II. Plymouth Savoy I d>. ....pl for sIeve 4 ref appointment Ml 2 547J 421I I 1651 Mandarin Rd 2 bdrmt. Neapolitan Equipment fleers censored all outgoingnews
Naples Furniture Co. 4/24 wagon VI. tick 94100 119 lOll St N. Ml 22609 .. 2 bathe. central I heat and air.. Ca Inc Naplet any contempt action arising
54 Plymouth 4 dr.. BR 2 BATH CBS porch carport. Assume mortgage Norm.don 'In*. NopleaTahit under the rights bill\ If the p.nal. dispatches.
R4H slick ItS 00 No I ,.900 00 ,an Motor for settlement of
MODEL HOME cloning cotlt 11 ty Involved Hopes a th.government .
30
YII' more than In
Services Off.r.d S* Cadiltsc, 4 d'. AT PSPB. around .nt.l. Famished Hat laundry room tcr. porch dn IIS.400. Moving. mutt toll Lodge. Inc NepletTn days crisis
P seals. Air 74900 190 ,per rnonlh M'C".n Ave built I nanaean d even d,th. Title C.mp.ny of Naples Naples prison or a fine or more than rose Friday

NU WAV SPRAY coIII. nsa Slat 'r.n Party_ .nt'y. MI Clad 14411! wether. d'tpoiel. 2 GE rev cy 141 OIls St No 1 bdrmt I .County Pecker. Ins ImmokoloeWelontt $300. whir] Souvanna announced he
Peintng win interlock for WOOD CHRYSLER WII'm.n. CI. air cond,tionera and all bet!. fireploco cerport goodinvetiment Corporation Naple If an Individual hadreached agreement with the
revel roof! our tpec,eity n.d'OOm.A", cond. .lioning enJ drapene*. Circuler drive. and II).4SO4U I II i* further reeled that a copy or official fallal
FREE ESTIMATES, Licented. PLYMOUTH, INC well circuletmg heeler LergeMreened only t blocks to the Gull Make lIe! Ave So Ao.uai.ne' } of hn' notice b* published. see time comply with a court order Ina right-wing leaders on enlargingthe
4 iMured Art Schulthei Midway porch room offer in the Colher County New. newt coalition. Then the
utility Pathet
24344.Iel.ploene 2640 N Ta.l Ml 100559et1 end cerport Completely' furnithed (101\ 00 and assume m pavmlt of tdrmt, 2 ...t..centre! he.l 4 piper puDI,thed In Collier, County racial case, he could be foundto
GULF REALTY CO. a r. garage,. wat.rfreni. III tM be in Lao spokesman punctured the
Cell Ml 25770 after 015 SOS Ave MI I "" Floride in which county the homo contempt of the court.
ensue".4 serves ''I PM 4/1551 4/12 25 193 13th Ave So 1 Urma office, of the above listed corpora' Most such contempt cases in the hopes by declaring his factionwas
ait* swill eff.<. .,1" 9(5 2 bathe, heel t mown to bo loco ted
a
t.;; nfur"nithed large porch t" one are unalterably
i2. opposed to the
space .nel roc..n," servos REsUI.1. bedroom h 7'XtLfront a LANOINO a t*. end air. 119.SOO II.Oufl.DO dn IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hove past have been decided by fed.
Cell 3 4330.cLASSIFIED. eicept Ml 25525.stone Theron end refngeretor concept on n wder 11M 00 m*. with, ta and ins hereunto let my hind and'" cautedthe era! Judges without a Jury. rightist demands.
Rid5e
Coop on cxetepeene Averoes p HA. No Greet Seal of the State of Plo.
closing costs Lao forces control at
4/19 tt ( ; The new Pathet
| 004 lo lit 000 See it ide. lo be affned ot Tellehot.ee amendment Is sim
DISPLAY "* bdrm i U.-r."od-: ; ; : todey' 2120 or cell CurIos Bro Ml (71 llth It No I bdrmt the Cepilal this the 21tt diy of lIar to a compromise attachedto least half the-countryside In this
WANT ADAPTS I. bdrm house furnithed Cell after Sours Ml 1 1324 1 both 1944 Asian nation.
J'I7 If erie porch *.or heat April A 0 the 1957 Southeast
; Ml 2 Iii/I."., S. It pm and air. ft;.900. 14000 dn TOM ADAMS civil rights bill,.

-.. .... J/JUl t. ''::' i.d ) term 1139 00 m*. with te. and in*. Secretory of Slot which ordered Jury trials If the READING PROGRAM
t FOR RENT haIl home. *jil o.r con ,"A. No doting co.llI27S April 24 1944 #I2, penalty Involved
more than 45
lioned .
RENTALS Beautifully londtcep DELAWARE Ohio AP) Ohio
-
.U5 40 I bdrm 2 beth home unfurnithed ed 929 000 excellent f,vencg, tills St No t frdrmt. NOTICE OF. INTENTION TO days or a 5300 fine. That would/
M1iowe I b''_. from till Av Call Capo Burton Imper,el be Wtsleyan University which: has
Better Apartmenta for Le Properties 2 bithi 1190000 .... MOVE REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME brought Into, line with the
Ml 2 2I2S oMorhour
ISJ 1129 per mo RIGHT IN No qualifying The Public ere Informed that Oheuedemsiensd current revised curricula: to put more
MI 2-J9J7. J/ll.1f amendment.
LoftS IIstUCI BSYIIS 110700 month with tan and ,InaLot propoeet t* reg'eter the emphasis on individual research:)
isis Wk $50 Month 2 bdrm furnished homo near following ficltiou, name under the One top supporter of the bill
Sea Gate school Available, May and study Is Stirling, a voluntary
---- 21 Block f. Royal Harbor pertinent, Floride Statute who asked
THE OIPREE APTS. 1. 1100 per m*. 58-U>ts For Sile overlooking b.,. .....It. Cot COLLIER CARD COMPANY said that not to be Identified reading, prog/am on a 2 .,ear
Were. IInt.ulIp.d.s.p.4 e>.iMot M.900. sacrifice "950. The type of buemeee to bo engaged If Southerners Insiston trial baste

.meal.-... frte ccfeeer,x 'snpn.su.CaeRe Mm..-. ne.rW E Adults DIes'lIdm, 190 furnnhod per moMeny apt N. Na ;"I0"1:. Sei::.; School Wooded c..ty Let water neer Lot 14 17th 'v. So Aqu*. nap,In i* the peck ditlnbution folderl of albums' pot .Cards touvonir .' continuing; their speeches Each: of the sanjywsitytsacedemie

tea/ate* No Pets ii other rentelttA"lb .XL ;'.. Easy Terms Cell tens. wit.rfrwit. coil 17900 kooks and other ralelod in against the measure they may : departments normally\
.lAH"" ''U"'LTV. .Jiwey 24M2 *r toe your l.cnf.co 14250. cid.nl.I ondeav. ems. lo bo located I"N..I. 'encourage some reluctant senators
J790 N. Trail, Ml 2 S19S ... "or"' .. The ownorthip of to Join in alphabetical: rotation will
The HilKowse C.. FRANCIS AVE, 8. PORT ROYAL Gal Lot 13. Benyen Blvd Ugh, totlit'io0"1"1' INc, bui.nm 10 to .bo veeted in the drive to limit stlcct: a book of the month. Students
ro L.tfl debate
'' and
Gulf. Sacrifice force
PvMw ....... I ,. Cottage f oven,. 441 10th Ave loon Drive For So'o or Trade i ; DONALD ARNOLD M% voting. will b* encouraged to read
101 C Cable City Water. Write O JOHN ARNOLD 90% normally the
T.V. J Herbert 2S2 Poet Senate
South 94pm 4/24(1 does not
II Airport en a)*** pjMl ... /DONALD ARNOLD and discuss: it, and there will be
KMJ : All Electric, Air Cooled 0 J bedroom cortege completely Read Oar.en!-CeonCOQUINA -- VINCE CONBOY /./ JOHN ARNOLD ""!?. laturday. but I.ad.rscall.J pant(discussions: of some books. '
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Girl/ I Scout, Notes ## 4 APRIL 27, 28, 29, 1964



BY MRS E. W. T1MBERLAKE 11 tenderly
' Publicity. ...'"

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ALL LEADERS PLEASEBE useful chores, were Brook ,'al!' r' MARKETS/ yours
PRESENT AT MEETING lopulos, Cindy Bell, Linda ,
MONDAY APRIL 27, 7:30 p.m. Unkeless, Lucy Pulling and tee d 4
at the Scout House. Registration Russell. Chores and duties rotated r I 1 1tra
forms for Day Camp at among the willing car p-
Camp Tlmberford should be ers.This
turned In to the Day Camp dir was a "first" for many
ector, Mrs. Allen Blbee,at this of the girls in the troop, and
time. Training schedule for now that they have become old I 'r- '
adults assisting with Day Camp hand they are eager to plan
will be set up during the monthof their next trip. s, Y k
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May. Day Camp dates: July 1 0 0 <4 yF
1317th.Representatives. Senior Scouts are busy, busy .1:.. l
010 girls! Betty Decker and Karen
of Naples Hultzen Troop 241, left Immediately SARASOTA BRAND _
troops at the Service Team after helping the Junior '4
meeting Thursday April 23, troop Friday, for warn: .
((2V4-5 Ib. r
at Bonlta Springs Community Mineral Springs for a special Average)
Hall were Mrs. F.W. Timber- Senior camp-out Including-
lake, chairman, members Mrs. tors from the southern branchof CORNED
R.L. Ackerman, Mrs. Robert Gulf Coast Council This
Coe, and leader Mrs. Robert time the Seniors are camping a CHICKEN
Martin. This will be the last for fun and relaxation, havIng I '
Service Team meeting of the finished most of their requirements BEEF ft. .
year. Goals for 1965 were discussed for Senior opportunities -
and measures to carry for the summer, _
them out were planned. lead- Their schedule for May Includes -
ers are reminded that financial the Recognition Dinner
reports for their troops are May 1 at Punta Gorda, ser- 69C SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER-GROWN
due; forms will be distributedat ving refreshments for the annual -
the leader's meeting. pet show for the Humane SHIPPED, GOV'T-INSPECTED, FRESH NOT FROZEN
0 0 Society on May 2, boating downto plus 100 extra fret S&H Green Stamps with coupon
Troop 276, Junior Scouts, a beach house for overnightat
held an overnight camp-out at Little Marco May 8th, attending r '- FRYER QUARTER SALE"Groen
Camp Tlmberford Thursday planning Board meetIng pay..7:. : / ': .t b

night, leaving the Scout Houseat for Senior Delegates of ., i .__1.IOO .
11 a.m. and returning Fri- Gulf Coast Council May 16th,
day afternoon. Leaders of this and learning of International
troop are Mrs. Deny Smith opportunities at this meet
and Mrs.George McKay. ing. Karen Hultzen has been (with ribs) .J C
Staying overnight with the elected the new vice presidentof FREE 1oa8 _L.=
troop was Mrs. Shirley Unke- the Senior Planning Board
less, mother of one of the for Gulf Coast Council. In- "1 breast quarters

members of the troop. Two betwcentlmes -- Seniors are 1. ...... ........._ .Stamps.4...,........1- I.
Senior aides Detty Decker and refinishing canoes for use at L..o,. Iud 3'/s-I .i.. .."... lb.I p J
Karen Hultzen,accompanied t'e Day Camp. Never a dull mo- CORNED BEEF leg quarters _
troop and taught many outdoo.' .inent for our Senior Scouts lb. 69c or
....... .
skills such as proper methodof Several Seniors have been attending Wdr A.II'' 2. sass ----
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preparing a bed-roll, correct Leader In -Tralnln vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvVIOO I
Sessions so that be"
flag ceremony, knot-tying they may
first aid, fire building and safe- prepared to take over troops
ty measures, how to use and when they have finished high FREE IOOI
clean lanterns used at camp schooL ASSORTED FLAVORS
the safe and effective way to 1 1 J1I Green Stamps Swifl'i Premium

use knife, hatchet and axe. Troop 124, Cadette Troop, I with!till coupaa..4'........til Sliced
The girls took a nosebag under the leadership of Mrs. PRELL CONCENTRATE SHAMPOO Smucker'sJELLIES Bologna
lunch for their first meal, and Allen Blbee and Mrs. Ruth large rise 89c IZ-oi.

cooked vegetables and hambur- Matthews, evaluated their ....... W.d., A.II'' I'. IH' r1:;;; pkg. 39
ger In foil for dinner Thurs- camporee at their meeting Mon- D[ 1
day night. Sixteen girls attended day, April 20, talked over their MMfiMMMHMIGroon
the camp-out and reported challenges, and discussed Day
a wonderful time had by all! Camp at which they will be assisting IOO E,' lAAO IOOI
The troop would lire to manK this summer Senior ,
the Fish House for Ice donated Aide Decker down lane
Betty was pre 9 produce o
and Sealtest Dairy, through sent at the meeting. J" Stamps
Mr. and Mrs. Woodson, for 1 1 1 I I wllh!All cavpaa mi,..do.....11I 3 1 10 oz. 69c FLORIDA PASCALCELERY
milk provided for the campers. Troop 212, Junior Troop under ANY ADULT SIZE TOOTH BRUSH jars
Water stand for drinking water the leadershlpof Mrs.Vern your choice eplrm =>
was lent by Publlx Market.The Aurlt and Mrs.June Rudy met rt' .. Wed.. *arl n IH'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
troop appreciates this help from at the Presbyterian Church plus SO extra free S&H Green Stamps with coupon
the Community very much, and Thursday, to complete posters
I In turn Is available for service they were making for the Humane
projects where they can lend Society's pet show, discussed 50 U11U50i8 stalkDETERGENT 5'
a Scouting hand. care and feeding of FREE
At their previous meeting at their pets, and all members
the Scout House, the troop showed both interest and enthusiasm ;( Green Stamps -
made "vagabond stoves" out in helping the Humane 1 with I !Alicavooa an4 swdh.w.a. !'
of large tin cans, and cooked Society and In helping HOWARD JOHNSON'S COCONUT CAKE o dairy specials o
their own breakfast at camp their pets to become welcome 11-ox. pkg. 89c rt d
over their individual stoves. members of society. ...1". W d, anA. 21. lN5OW5' r ; Kraft t Philadelphia Brand
Pitta
Cooks were Lucy Pulling,Linda 1 1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO [ Cream Cheese 2 25*: SALE!
Unkeless, Lee Russell, Mau- Troop 315, Brownies, under pegs:
reen Woodson and Jeanie Pll- the leadership of Mrs.George ,
son. "Hoppers" who do other Vega, Mrs. Richard Morris, Lucky Whip D.tiartTopping 9Vl-0S. PENNY-SAVER

and Mrs.Jean Easterly are bus . . can 39:
ily working! on a surprise oro-. ,81/ Green Stamps
MOUNTAINS GROW '
ject for Mothers'
HONOLULU (AP) Sinn of Day t I with Alt caupaa mi piirckoit oil 39c or
Htwtii'i mountain. are growing, Attending the SMUCKER'S ASSORTED JELLIES e frozen foodsMinute A
higher a* the year. pan, other Recognition 3 10-os. jars 69c
Dinner of Gulf
hiv Thl"shrunk', how things appear to from Naples will Coast be the Council following r:;,:, ...i'" Wed", and' 21. TIM r:;;:, MoldOrange

be, according to figures. recently: adults: Dr, and Mrs. VVVVVvVVVVVVOUOOVO GIANT FAB
issued by the U.S. Cliologn.il Ford Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bela- Delight 3'cans:: : $1
Survey, but they really aren't. vek, Mr. and Mrs, Robert
It's just that a new and more at' Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Allen 501W50a8
curate way of measuring, elevation Bibee, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert 9t. 49c
is being used.A Coe, Mrs.Jean Easterly, Mrs. o in our grocerilcpt.. .
5,240-fool mountain on the ( Green Stamps pkg.
island of Kauai, for instance, is E.W. Timberlake, Mrs. Lloyd 1 jrlth Alt ewes onj prdaw*4| !
Hill and
now officially 70-feel higher than Mrs. Robert Martin DASH DOG FOOD Libby I Pmeippla-Gropt limit 1 per customer with purchases of $3.00 or men
in 1910 But Haleakala on the island Senior Scouts Betty Decker 6 toll 98c :
cons 3Con'
Fruit Drink 19
of Maui ,measured 10,025 and Karen Hultzen will also ..a,rat Wed, and. ]'. IM4 r: ; ,
feel in 1924, is iso feet shorter. be present at the dinner, miI
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LIPTON'S TEA BAGS Saturday
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SLOWLY CLIMBING towards its goal is the
Friends of the Library building fund drive as is heinz lipton's chicken cSinito: Ig. I BORN IN APRIL
shown by the thermometer held here by Frank
Kerrigan, director for the drive, The fund was strained baby foods noodle soup patna rice TIME! TO RENEW
a li the sale of
eiboat given to lithe drivethisSaeepieture elsewhere 6 '""" 65 LI' 29 2-". 33c YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSES.
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A Mack Sennet MovieDAYTONA

.' SECTION B Sunday April 28, m
BEACH, Fit. (AP) beer and pretzels and dependon three years ago police used fire h

-At the height of the college the girls to pay their hoses to cool off beer-berserk dent Kennedy and urged cooper.
week madness down here, when way Into dances and cook theman rioters, 84 collegians were arrested I Naples PuttingThe atlon of all Neapolitans

naked coeds were being tossed occasional hot meal for offenses ranging from Accent On "President Kenndy's dream of
ilgher than motel roofs on College week, which really public drinking to public prom. an all-out attack mental Illness

blankets and their boy friends lasts tour or five weeks depend. Isculty. Mental Health reaches Into every community,"
were soaring even higher on tog on how the schools schedule The more venturesome man. J4 Clemmer said.
bourbon cokes and passion their vacations, annually draws aged to thwart the public drink. "National Health Week," be. No special plans have been

punches, the local police took to upwards of 100,000 students ing ordinance by turning suntan ginning today and continuing made to recognize Mental Health

patrolling the beach In funny from the snow. overed cam. lotion bottles Into flasks, inject. through May 2,will be recognized Week locally, but Individuals and
hats, lettered sweat shirts and puses of Eastern and Mid. ing oranges with vodka via a -- in Naples. The proclamation de. groups are asked to renew

madras shorts. western colleges to the sun. hypodermic needle and, in one ; .. daring "Mental Health Weak In pledges of help for the mentally
The Florida fuw further triedto drenched beaches and suds case, filling a fire extinguisher Naples" was Issued yesterday by ill here and in the hospital at

get with the scene or keepa flecked beer parlors Florida's. with bourbon. .. : "..( :.. Vice Mayor M.J. "Casey" Mil. Arcadia, Clemmer said.
little ahead of It, by making coastal resorts. In a spring migration But this year Daytona Beach, .. .. t \" ler, acting for Mayor Archie
their rounds with a beer can In as strange and predict. where the kids can both drive "' .r ,'/. \ Turner. MOST PINEAPPLE

one hand and a guitar In the able as the swallows coming and drink on the beach, ran up :
Carl Clemmer president of
(AP
HONOLULU ) Hawaii's
The dedicated even the impressive arrest record
other. more hack to Caplstrano 70,000 kids more
the Collier Mental Health
coaxed their sacrolllacs Into descended: on Daytona Beach so much so that Western County pineapple compiniei packed a
the contortions of the frog the this year at the height of col. Union put on two extra opera. n Association called attention to total of 30.395,233 canes of
bird, the dog and the other lege week and another 11,000 tors to handle pleas for ball that part of the proclamation pineapple fruit and juice last
Individual dedication
apopletlc dances that the colle. went to Fort Lauderdale.Both money and the local jail on a asking to year.Hawaii .
glans do to raucous rock 'n' cities, the main rivals single night bulged with 200 un. carry forward the goals set forth produces more pineapple
in the mental health program In.lururated than the rut of the world's
roll beat. there for of.
for the annual spring pilgrim. expected guests put
They say you can always tella ages budgeted about $15,000 to fenses ranging from vagrancy by the late PresU growing arras combined.

Harvard man, but you can't divert the visitors from rampant (no known motel) to Inciting to HUMANE SOCIETY would like to see some family enjoy Memorial Dayin

tell him much. The same ap. vandalism with Jazz con riot (rolling an officer into the this 18-foot Fiber Craft runabout with 88-hom-po\\er inboard-outboard Junior Editors Quiz

parently goes double for a cop certs, twist contests, hootenan. surf after he declined being engine Boat was donated to Humane Society of Naples Inc by S. B. on-
wearing a Harvard sweat shirt. nles, volleyball! tournaments and tossed on a blanket). r
includes Boat
Coolidge Jr., and many extras. may be seen at Skippermith's I THE EARTH
"We knew At the of it all the
they were cops other pallatlves. The figure does height ,
right off," observed Cornellman not Include bolstering the local Daytona blotter boasted 1.55'7arrests. Marina. It will go to the. highest bidder. and bids close at mid.

Steve Adams. "You could police forces with off-duty officers of which 518 were for night May 27. They may be mailed to the society at P. O. Box 451. Proceeds

tell by their pot bellies and the and reinforcements from drinking in the streets, 26$ for from the sale will pay operating expenses and construction debts. A sat PASSING R

arrest books In their bajpock. other towns. actually being drunk, 214 for Boys and girls in boat are. from left, Mike Keller, Billy Cole, Janet Linda-

ets." In addition, the kids were en. disorderly conduct, 115 for un. bury, Bonnie Bundy, Nancy Keller and Nancy Cole (NEWS photo)
tertalned or at least curiously lawful assembly, 109 for vagran
CHERRY BOMBS attracted by traveling church cy, 20 for petty larceny (swlp. ONt< WAY IN

Adams made this observation groups like the All-Amerlcan Ing street signs and lifeguard Humane Society's Pet Fair WHICH OURPLANET MAY

while his friend Chuck Blank Caravan, which toured the stands) 11 for Indecent behaviorand
from the University of Illinois, beach at Daytona on a flatbed 8 for various sex offenses. NFt RMEDN B C
truck Despite his penurious ways,
and attempted to soft sell
was diving into the pool from Christianity to the revelers.Even sleeping a dozen in a room and
the roof of the four.story Riviera
Motel and while another friend so, the arrest figures dining at all.you.caneatror.adollar Plans Nearly Complete For
Joints the average col.
who shall be nameless was were worth writing home to
legian spends $100 during his
mother about-If for no other
tossing a cherry bomb from the
.
third-floor balcony. The bomb reason than to raise bond mon. week's stay. This means a MV.eral.ml11lonodollar Plans for the Humane Society's purebred best trick, merriestmutt MISCELLANEOUS Most unusual .
boost in
exploded at the feet of a aecur. ey. In Fort Lauderdale where the Family Pet Fair and "alumni most obedient and bestAll.American largest smallest pret.
ity guard who was standing In local economy at a time when reunion" of adoptees are near. dog (Helm 87 Varietles blest, cleanest and most colorful.
the season has Just begun to
the parking lot trying to keep ing completion with many volunteers ), Entry blanks available at the
the girls out of the boys' rooms flag.At coming to the aid of CATS Largest,smallest,best Humane Society City Recreation
the moment however the
and vice versa. Current co chairmen Alice Tlmberlake groomed pure bred, best offlte: and various Collier County
What happened after that was Daytona Beach motel ownersseem and Ruby Lind. Entry blank ,groomed tabby prettiest,longest schools, must be completed and
right out of an old James Cag Best Sellers divided on the. merits of are being filled out, and many wlskers and most colorful. turned In at the registration desk
inviting the kids bad for anoth.
ney prison break movie. The (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly) members of the animal set are' 'no later than 10 a.m. on Saturdayto kGRqNL
shell.shocked clatteredup er romp. going through the ordeal of being exhibitor's tag. A
guard get an
fiCTION "This is a family resort," in. Ochopee PO Closes WEARS
the iron stairs after the cuU bathed, powdered brushed and parade of all pets will begin the NL alt'TTLES
slsted H. M. Welsser of
THE SPY WHO CAME IN owner :
prlt. Another officer and the sprayed. Wednesday NoonsSidney fair, and animals will then be DOWN
FROM THE COLD, Le Cone the Desert Inn M"tel and head This
night manager approaching event, open to all Collier taken to marked compounds until
of the Halifax Area Council
from opposite directions, triedto THE CROUP, McCarthyTHE a County residents from 6 to 96, II. Brown postmasterat their class Is presented In the
cut him off at the Ice ma. VENETIAN AFFAIR, local business group. will be held Saturday, May 2, the Ochopee post office, has ring
chine. Scores of kids pouredout Mac Inn.t "We want the kids to come at 10:30 l.m.1n the Cambler Park announced that beginning May 0, Prizes will be awarded after QUESTION: blow was the earth formed?

of their rooms on to the CONVENTION, Knebel and here and enjoy what the other Ball Field commencing the cele. the post office at Ochopee will all categories are presented,fol. .
to lend Bailey tourists come fort the sun and brat Ion of the first anniversary be closed at noon on Wednesday lowed Honorable Mention
landings encouragementto VON RYAN'S EXPRESS, the beach and the water. But If by an ANSWER: The earth Is a !planet revolving around the sun
of the Society's new animal shel. with awards for most de. and of .
the chase. they think this is parade Is part our solar system. Scientists have often speculated
WetthelmerNON a wide-open
"Cops go to hell," they town where anything we'das ter during "National Be Kind to serving non-winners. Refresh as'to how this system may have been formed, but have
chanted as the pursuers closedin. goes, Animals Week." School AgendaA ments will be available at the found no answer which completely satisfies all of them. In recent
FICTION soon they stayed home.
Just when it seemed they Any type pet U eligible as long park for people, but water dishes years, astronomers have leaned toward the possibility
But Baron Asher of
Amerlcon the Safari
had him cornered he swung out FOUR DAYS,UPI- as it Is In good health on a meeting of the County should be provided for pets by that another startnourgalaxytheMllkyWay/ may have passed
Motel which caters to the col.
over the balcony Douglas Fair Heritage leash or In a container and cur. !School Board will be held at their owners by the sun, although not so close as to collide. The pull of
PROFILES IN COURAGE lege crowd and openly solicits
banks style, and lit out across rent license tags are displayedon 1:30 p.m., Monday to considerthe gravitation from this star may have attracted masses of gaseous
the roof, Kennedy their trade with afternoon rock all dog entries. Admittance 'I following agenda material from the sun and pulled free. Our Illustration
Police played their search. THE GREEN FELT 'n' roll parties and musical is free, and the audience will I, Minutes. Zoning Agenda'The gives one version of this general Idea

lights up and down the landings, JUNGLE, Reid and Demerit combos like the Princeton Foot. have a complete view of the 11. Approve Instructional and In (A) the passing star (right) attracting a huge streamercf
the way the searchlights scan A DAY IN THE LIFE OF notes and the Yale SOBS-Sons entire affair from grandstand I tnc1pals' salary schedules for Zoning and planning gases from the sun In (B), the star has passed on and the

the sell blocks in a Sing Sing PBEJIPENT KENNEDY. of Orpheus and Bacchus-points seats. 1W4-65 school year Board will meet at 9 a.m. gas streamer has not been able U reach It, so the cases sink
break, and the cheering grew Bishop. out that less than I out of 100 This Is one pet show where S. Approve non-lnstrurtlonal Tuesday, to consider the following back But they have been sent spinning, Instead sinking beck
even more frantic While the DIPLOMAT AMONG kids get into trouble. pedigree wont matter, and any I salary schedules for 1904.65 completely, they start to orbit around the sun. Lumps of solid
search went on In the north WARRIORS, Murphy "Hell, I'm a Shriner," he two of the following categories'may ''school year. agenda matter form as the gases cool, and become the planets, leading .
wing of the motel another cher. (AP'i "The Torch I.Posa.d" U countered. "At our conventionswe be entered by one pelt 4. Appointments and resigna I-Finalize zoning map. to the present arrangement. .of the. solar system, U In (Q.))
!II not tided be. have a lot more than that DOCS 2'-Revlew of home occupation
bomb In : Largest,smallest,best I lions
" ry suddenly exploded cause It hoi not been told getting out of line There'll al. groomed mutt, best 6. Approve and bills. licenses FOR YOU TO DO.: The first person to'get an Idea of the
the parking lot at the south end. groomed pay
generally In boo atorea.) ways be a certain number go. 6. Adjourn. 3'.Any other problems solar system as we know It today wu Copernicus, a Polish
ing off the deep end, who'll AGE HEAPING astronomer Read something about him.
"COPS ARE FINKS" drink too much and throw cherry COLUMBUS
Ohio AP) A
Back In his second.floorroom, bombs and sleep around. study at Ohio State University
Dave Ferguson from Hamilton They do that back home. In the seeks to determine the extent of
Bantam Hens
Use
Tech, Hamilton, Ont., broke Army you always had that two "age heaping" the tendency
open the ninth case of beer he per cent being hauled in by the or to
To Sit On Eggs Of persona report an approximate
and his buddies had consumedthat provost marshal. Most of these rather than actual, age
day gazed at the celling Whooping Crane kids are decent and clean." in census figure for non-white.
where a pair of pink panties That they are, and, taken asa Prof. Melvin Zelnik I la conducting
shaded the light, and gave his WASHINGTON (AP) Two group extraordinarily polite the study under a 113,700
considered opinion of the Day. bantam hens which have to and well behaved. Fights among Nation! Science Foundation

tona police. strain to make the weight at them are extremely rare, despite grant. He worked on a similar Everybody Has
"They're a bunch of finks," a pound apiece have been given a shortage of girls that project for the white population
he allowed sipping his beer, what for them is a monumental sometimes runs as critical as a which was completed four year
"Yesterday they ran us off the {task: Sit on two eggs about half 6 to 1 ratio. Their good manners ago.
beach for group singing. They their size until a couple of generally show to best advan. The earlier itudy indicated a
called It unlawful assembly. Aft. whooping cranes crack through. tage in their treatment of senior tendency to report pproximte
er the Sunday riot they got so This tails fur fortitude and citizens who flock to Fort Lau. gel, resulting overcounlspecitlly e.
Jumpy they arrested one kid for that's what Patience and Petu. derdale and Daytona to spend in age ending in zero
waving a dead fish at a girl. I lance have been showing since their retirement years in the
know those guys tossing the Easter morning and may haveto off-beach marls and frequently or five About 33 per cent of
whit
cherry bombs. They got it timedso show for another week-at find themselves thrown In with in 1890 female reporting age 40 Problems.
one will go off every the government's Lafayette La. the college set. actually were another
seven minutes. It's beautifully Wild Life Research substation. Far from complaining the age, about 25 per cent in 1910, .
17 per cent in 1930 and 9
programmed like an IBM com. Whooping cranes Just seem to oldsters seem to find renewed cent in 1950. per
puter. The cops will never get want to disappear -there are youth in watching the antics of
them." only 39 Il'rtbut the gov. the college crowd and the BE A FRIEND' "
Police In a half dozen Florida ernment won't let them. The youngsters sometimes rise to '
TO 'YOU
cities had their own opinions of use of Patience and Petulance unbelievable heights of gal LIBRARY
the college crowd and their shows that Washington will try lantry. I

hands full trying to keep themIn anything to keep the tallest of Undoubtedly there's more What's Yours ?
line. Daytona police admitted American water birds.flve.foot. smoke than fire during college F
J
using plalnclothesmen In sports ers with seven-foot wing spanson .week In Florida. Still, the firebreaks '
shirts and slacks to patrol the -- the American scene out every now and then.
beach but denied going so far

u putting them In collegiategarb
with beer cans and guitars.
Whether the guy twisting In

the funny hats were off duty Confidentially consult clergyman phy-
cops employed by the various your ,

motels or cops In neighbor.

lug beach towns Is something ofa sician, County Mental Health Department of

mystery, complicated by the

fact caught that several Impersonating collegianswere copsIn HOLLANDSALLEY the County Health Center, East Naples.

beach togs

Midway 2-6964

WELL STOCKED PAD
INC.
Although only tour were registered .
11 buddies from tour lItUIO"
different schools shared the
room, not counting the two 850 Jrh AVE, S

North Carolina State men who NAPLES 'LOfUOAFurniture
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merely stowed their toiletries .
there and dropped by for an oc.
cantonal shave and shower NATIONALMENTAL

These vagabonds, It was under.

stood, had romantic entangle. Rugs,
menU that kept them from tak.
log up permanent residence. Gifts, Accessories

The deep freeze In the efficiency x
unit was well stocked and Objets d'art HEALTH WEEK

with choice steaks, contributedby not to be foundelsewhere.
visiting coeds, and an elec.
tric beer sign blazed with a waterfall
.
motif In the window."The .
guy at the beer drop e

gave us the sign for buying 50 April 26 May 2
cases," explained BID Moore. Visit our furnished modal

house of Wayne, Pa., who tin. apartments at Carriage
fortunately: had no part in the
transaction. He had had his wal. Club, La Tour Rivage and

let stolen while hitchhiking down Yankee's Landing.
from the University of Virginia BACK IN THE PULPIT at First Presbyterian

and, like so many of the college Church of Naples this morning will be the Rev, MEMBER OF

the week land crowd ever, had since.been living off Tracy Day Spencer, pastor emeritus of the church AMERICAN INSTITUTEOF

The indigent sleep on the and iU first minister who will preach the 9:30:

beaches south of town or in the service in the absence of the Rev, John W Stump,

piney woods, exist on a diet of the present pastor INTERIOR DESIGNERS




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Janssen DestinedTo
led by Al Iverson. 566-266 and

Guye Daniels 564208. Naples Be 'Fugitive'

Marine won all from King Insurance -

J with an usist from Rae -- -- For Another Year

Hendrix 556-214 and Bud Dan- HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Have

ORNER By MARION SORENSENThe iels' 213 loner. Talented one you caught him yet?" Barry

. . . . . . . .J for as he the blasted night was a 238 R. Schwelkert and a 215 everywhere Morse hears from that here to question Tororuto

for a 610. R. Golden came jb which la his home.

up with a 606-213-211 and t Morse Is the policeman who
plays Javert to David Janss.n's
Mike Yahl 567-205-204. _
1963-64 winter seasonIs in their win over Sunshine Su- Moog posted a 465 for the Jean Valjean In television's
Charles and Bud
rapidly drawing to close. prex. John Stull fired a 235 losers. Sages took all from Young Hogue "The Fugitive."
each reached a 211 single Don amazed at how literal.
Many of the leagues have already and a 202 for a 619 to lead Dixie Crystals with Eloutse "I am
Hazel Elferdlnk 205.G U Sorensen 200. I ly the viewers take the show,"
completed their sched the league. Gene Tessler listed Williams showing a 482
Marvin LeMasters shot a 198 Morse said during a break In
a 572-208 and Marvin Le- Abrahamson 468 and Cindy
as did Ken Roark James filming
ules.One Masters 564. Bud Mohrbacher Brlsson 467. Julie Yanson
question that often comes amazed
Browning If 6, Bob Steele 193 "I'm also by the
up at this time Is the basis hit a216slngteJerry Wine- totaled s 462-163 and Patsy B. Walworth and Paul Gray 192. \ naivete of the question. Ob.

for Individual awards. In a brenner 214. Bob Schwelkert Robertson 451180. Joa Sharp FIRST FLORIDACLASSIC- .J vlously If I would catch him,

nutshell -- a bowler must bowl and Jolllffe 204. Tom Miller recorded a 186 single. Betty all the basis for the series would

2/3 of the scheduled league 201.Jim Croak 198GlenYsger Gettz 183 Ida Poyer 172,Wanda Construction from won points HOMe \\ or'- be destroyed."

games to become eligible for 197. F. Lord and Harry Miller Jones 176 Kay Rans 174. Lila Cooperatives as { Morse seems destined to con.

Individual awards -. this does 191. Fred Bell 196.MEN'S Below produced a 156, Janet Hart got the pins for a 590- I .. tlnue his quest for Janssen for
-
not apply to team awards. This CHURCH -- Leadingthe Williams 157.Belvla Allen 161- 223. DJ. Salmon gave him I. another season and probably
with 206 \
an assist
Is clearly defined In the rule Assorted Christians as they 153 Mae Williams 161, Jo a single. J longer That means that Morse
Acreage made It a complete also will continue one of tele
books. took all from E. Naples Methodist Powell 165, Mae Davis 175 L "
victory over Developers led vision's most extensive com.
were Fred Redenbaugh and Peggy Smith 176. Mary 0.1'wi.
_
by Don Elferdlnk 563-203 and 1'Il -"" muting schedules.
BROOKSIDE BOWL 517-204 and Gene Tessler a 200 Kline came up with a 152 Flo .....4_. 1.nORIDA .":;;' -

CONSTRUCTiONEERSConditioned .- single. Arthur Stewart had Coe 149, Louise Wolford 151 Nell Van Wyck a lone 232. MOVES TO NEW YORK-Led by Governor Farris Bryant a During the first" Morse season made of
Sauchelli fired a 610- "The Fugitive,
his first 200 a nice 203. Polly Pearson 144.142, Etta Harry of in opening day ceremonies at
Air won all from league 211-201.Gerald Kelly 538-226. large group prominent Floridians joined 10 round trips here from Toron.to .
Win Turner with a big assist McConkey reached a 211 singleton Wright 150. Amy Stump 142 Danny a whopping 254 the New York World'g Fair. Here in the Florida State Exhibition area a plus journeys to New York

from Ralph Leigh 588227. Scathe Rine 207.Vem and Anne Atkinson 145. Alice for a 586 Hayes set, William Jones number of them gathered at the Mackle-designed Florida Colonialstylehome for other shows. He has no

Townsend Produce made It a Allen 199. Harer 198. McKlrl- Wise converted the 4710. 575-200. Ralph Leigh reached similar to those The Mackle Bros. are building at their pre-planned plans to move.

clean sweep over Naples Fed- han 202 and Rice 193. MERCHANTS -- Paul Abrahamson's a 211 Em Emmerlck 214, community at Deltona, Fla. Shown center (1 i to r) Elliott J. Mackle and "I have a wife and two chll.
eral with the aid of Ron Town- SUGAR 'N SPICE -- Judy 518. Em Emmerlck's
Harold Daniels 213, John StuD Governor Farris Bryant. dren and Toronto is our home'
send's 684-200-224 and ElvinTownsend's Russet 487. and Jo Loach 204 single and Paul Gray's 192 205. Joe Salmon and Charlie ha _Bald__. "The_.,_ .nature.____ of n _anactor's .
468, were for In were high for Naples Printingin PASSIONATE HYDRANTS
high
two 203 games. Gingers Rice 204 each. G. work nowadays Is travel .
produced a
Dagley. 475, led Allied Paving their win from Cloves. Bebe their victory over Naples 202 ley Johnson with a 522-206 led Marhoefer 481/2 471/2 SOUTH MIAMI. Fla. (AP) and It is better for me to do so
EarlCan-
Supply. Kwtk Cheat! made It a Eaton. B. Hogue Wonder Garden Restaurant as Dunbars 47 49 Firemen are painting the city's than to uproot my family.

. 2B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sonday, April Z 8, 1964 clean sweep over Isle of Capri nady WOMEN'S and Jim CHURCHLeading Croak 200. they took all from Modem Masonry Isle of Capri 44112 511/Z fire hydrants green, orange and Morse was born In London

Carousel Drive In madeit Fuller Industries 39 57
Hard- red.It and for his first 15 years talked
the
league was Betty isn't that the city decidedthe
a clean in their match Naples Printing 39 57
sweep Cockney aa does his brother,
wick with a 469-162 followedby Marhoefer 11 31 57 fireplugs were too drab. But
with Mark. Fore and Strike led now a London bobby. Morse's
Jo Powell 461-171 and Bev- checking the out-
Imp. ctors
: are
by Gert Dunn 511191. Ethel accent Is softly British off-stage
ELECT erly Nelson 450-185.Joa Sharp put capacity of the plugs. Green
Dlnaburg produced a 513-208 FIRST FLORIDACLASSIC but there la no trace of It when
reached a 170 loner Doroth means more than 1,000 gallonsper
Veenschoten 503177.Mary Subdivisions he assumes his "Fugitive"role.
Jeanne 82 46
,
White 169, Ruth Moyer 165, minute; orange, 500 to
c FRED EDENFIELD Jo Gibbs 482. Jo Wick- Acreage 82 46 1,000) ; and red, under 500. .
Brack 163. Carol Cam- .
Myrtle ..
ham 478-and the 5-7 Kathleen Financing 681/2 611/2
Baker and
158, Rita 152
pen Hler 474, Mary Armbrust and Consultants 76 52
Dun 154.159.MEN'S .
Nancy
YOUR FRIENDLY CANDIDATEfor CHURCH -- Allen Lucille Perry 471, Bessie Estimating 661/2 611/2
Combs 459 and Oleta Miller Real Estate 63 65 "Naples Sells Itself-let Ad
Bibee found the groove and a
456. Eva Hogue reached a Designs 621/2 651/2
234 with 584
single a set
County Commissioner gave lone 182 Sandy Hackney 181, Developers 60 68
First Christian a big assist in Miller Helps You Buy Wisely"UNUSUAL
Bebe Moog 174 A. Castenlr Construction 57 71
their win over St. Anns. Glen
ear DISTRICT 5I 169. Virginia Morgan and Nancy Planning 54 74
Liles was scorer with a
top
Veenstra listed games of 154, Investments' 461/2 811/2
it I SINCERELY APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE and 593-213 and Frank Crlttenden Enid Decks A. Wise 151. Geri Co-operatives 411/2 861/2
I 550-217. Buck Perry tossed IS TilE WORD for this CBS
SUPPORT MAY 5th Weeks 150. L. Runkle 149 Anne
singles of 204-202,Norm Turn- home, wt on an ttrictiveljr landscaped lot on"First
Garber 131, Gae Buck 134. MEN'S CHURCH-BB
er 193. Wllburn Bullard 186 Avenue North, which will be sold furnished. There

(Paid, pollUcal Advertisement) and Joe Haslup 180. Frances Tucker 147 and Shir- Methodist #1 91 37 are two Urge bedrooms, two bath, a spaciously com
ley Beck 123 and 126. Sharp-
ROCK 'N BOWLERS -- Shire'f Assorted Christians 78 50 fortable living room, dining room, porch, electric kitchen
shooters Ida the
were Poyer Methodist
#2 66112 61112
3-6 and Edna Cole 6-7- and a two car carport The living area la centrally
Christian Men 611/2 '
661/2 air conditioned, ind the 1 oedroqipi Stave electric
Emmanuel '
10.COFFEE 'N DONUT -- Eli- Lutheran 481/2 791/2 apace heater Also on the premises ii a one bedroom

i nor Brunk with a 465 set aid- E.N. Methodist 381/2 891/2 efficiency guest house. Priced at $32,500.

ed by Bobble Hendrixs 160
cWb gy HANDSOME CBS HOME, with three bedrooms .
single and Joyce Zate's 144
SUGAR 'N SPICE BBCONSTRUCTJONEERS
and two bathe The vital statistic of this Ylr.
led her team? in their lain I
Sages 86IIZ 4111Z tually new Sixth Street, North, house also list a living
over Sanka. Luzlanne won all
from Holsum by forfeit. High Paprika 85 43 room, dining room, electrically equipped kitchen, large

for the winners was Mary Hat- Nutmegs 7811Z 4911Z Florida room and garage. $24,000, and mortgage ar-
Cloves 7011Z 671/2 '
cher 433. Top honors went to Gingers 6nlZ 6011Z rangententa, if desired, tan be mad by purchaser.

Mary Armbrust for a472. Mary Allspice 6411Z 631/2 PRICE REDUCED on this exceptionally spacious .
The Finest Home You Can Jo Gibbs with
Quality Buy came up a 466, Dixie Crystals 64 64 furnished residence on Jackson Avenue, South,

_.- Frances Fltzek 451 and Audrey Cinnamon 6311Z 64112 in East Naples. .Of CBS and wood construction, the
Sober
113
av-415. Alice
'
Jensen showed a lone 181, Sesames Rosemary 551',751I2tPeppercorns 73 house, has tw o bedrooms at generous proportion., plus
6211Z large living dining room, kitchen, screened-in
;': Chris Hatcher 166,Jackie Morgan 42 86 a room

153. Leona PUs on 134,Ruth Sweet Basil S811Z 891/2 patio and front porch, and three car carport. An added

: \ Felsch 140-134 and M.M. Bishop attraction is a 15' by 30' fenced in swimming pool. Can

131. be yours for $18,915,.including mortgage of approximately -
BB
F $8,500.

s Bowling StandingsWOMEN'S Townsend Produce} 89 43 SEE AD MILLER ASSOCIATES
.1 First Florida 77 55

f. > CHURCH PL Sawyers Carpet 73 79 SLEEK. MODERN HOME on Sixth Street,

l '$< Trinity #1 66 58 Naples Federal 71 61 North, offering three bedrooms 'isle! two baths The

4eswer .- : ':. St. Ann's !W112 69112 Conditioned Air "K\ 61 house also offers a sizable living 'room, dining room,

Christian Daffys 631/2601/2 House Electric oW 64 front porch, well equipped kitchen and carport. Priced

Emmanuel Richards Roofing 67 65 and be for cash above
at $11.900 can bought outlay
... Lutheran 621/2 611/2 Sunshine Market 60 72
mortgage of approximately $I 1,600.
Holy Bowlers 62112 611/2 Allied Paving 60 72

Win Turner 53 79 LOOKING FOR AN INCOME PRODUCING

M .. MEN'S CHURCH -PL Naples Police 52 80 PROPERTY f On a Urge, well landscaped lot on

First Christian '72 52 Beach Cabinet 51 81 West Lake Drive stsnea a furnished two bedroom

Trinity#1 62 62 home, with living room, dining area, Florida room

St. Ann's 61 63 ARCHAEOLOGY and electric kitchen. TV and Magnavox are included.
Bonita Baptist #1 59 65 IN FLORIDA
Zoned! multifamily, the lot la apawius enough to .per.
Trinity ##2 59 65 STUART Pis: (AP) A
mit the ostruction of several rental units behind the
The OXFORD Bonita Baptist ##2 87 67ROCK'NBOWLERSPL schoolboy's patient digging under <
an old house at Hutchinson Island house. $19,500.

$21,250 .'o Fla., shed tight on the

On Your Let DISTINCTIVE Holland Salley 91 37 boost region's toward past and a gave career him in a Sixth f Lane ATTRACTIVE, North, containing COMFORTABLE two bedrooms HOUSE, living on

Caribbean Realty 791/2481/2 archaeology. room, dining room. Florid room and kitchen. Range
Carousel Drive In 74
54 State Museum officials said in
and refrigerator are included the purchase price

MASTER' SCREENED POR01 gATMEDROOM Wonder Garden they would give Scott Feaster a of $11,904; the furniture may be bought separately, if
I to.rts : Rest. 72 56 chance to put his talents to workon desired.

nro .ne DESIGN Fuller Industries 68 60 one of Florida's known Indian

EDROOM Wlggs & Maale 67 61 artifact mounds. HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW OFFICE? YOU ARK
"''ote"s ;;ylBrrtJ First Florida R.E. 67 61 The Martin County high school
FAMILY ROOM
DINING I CORDIALLY INVITED TO PAY US A VISIT.
Ace Beauty 62 66 senior delved I carefully from
I
IatN 114.110 tee .trto Mark Fore& November to March in five pits

i Strike 60 68 under "Houae of Refuge," believed -
pltaT7t built in the middle HOOs
2AR GARAGE
; Perhaps it's flattering that the distinctive Modem Masonry 58 72 on the Atlantic coastal islsnd. rid ?1tt<<
AREA ano l : [ i1 noo.rorl Imperial He brought up pottery fragments u
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vs n of Michigan Homes has been
ns.trc ____ appearance Pharmacy 381/2 891/2 as well as the remains of ocean,
imitated. It's this Intangible design element Golden Anchor 33 95 bird and animal life.
DEN OR
that enables you to spot a Michigan Researchers said the lad's etatu a ;e e4le4u

1 BEDROOM Home almost Instantly, yet duplication of MERCHANTS BB findings indicate that local

ue.uo" It ha defied other builders The Michigan Indians of long ago perhapsin :
Marine
Naples 621/2 331/2 the time of Christ traded
"look" result from many things- Tahl Bras 155112 40112 with other Florida tribes, and 1"44 305 Fifth Ave., South i
the quality and value of Michigan
just a* King Insurance 53112 421/2
Spaniards later also roamed the MI 2.2124
4 BEDROOMS 2'2 BATHS
Homes-to it's the blending in a particular Ed Davis area or had dealings with the red

Double manner (Ian exclusive recipe, if you Builders 52 44 men
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Rail Settlement Boon ; '5'r, Building Of Dam Brings CRETNAGREEN IT'S OFF TO

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> GRFTNA GREEN Sc''eland< '
(AP) When Robert. Hastings, i


y e To Economy Of NationNEW New Exodus From Egypt rcgntrar five t xmed years Ma at, 2000th it Ocelna was marriage no Green runaway pert m- I


couple that exchanged vows before
YORK (AP)-A menacing possibility of a oast-to-coast ASW\N, I'til.\ <11 t \r.l, n.'tub.lJ eyes 11\,1, i ''II!I t 1'11'11, I, house* and him. It was hra own mar
: cloud that lurked on the rail tie-up that the President \ v\P)-Tiais "fti.ii taming i the C"1111'10 t r mtil they fell beneath who lives only 24 miles from
conomy'i horizon for 4':3 years said would have Idled six million don \\1 l uiallunj is "'s, ilio people tin l'I< I IIII'n." Oretna.
0a was whisked away during the workers cut back the Gros "t Null are leaving a AltliMu< i ,'J I'h i; family has Pretty brunette Audrey Scott.
week by the ending of a rail. National Product 13 per cent t II, "iielaiid a1- road strike threat. and forced a general price rise. This modem" 'xodu811 some between two to rive acre, in on the pot where thousands <'If
Under prodding from Presl. The economy In the 38th 0,000 people lit Egypt and Sudan many use they will have to runaway from all over the world
dent Johnson rail management month of the longest postwar -must be completed by wait until water from the dam have found happiness when she
and union officials compromise upswing Is likely to have reeled September when water Heine make rt'11.mutton of new lands wed 20-year-old Robert Murphie
1
a stubborn disagreement over downhill behind the new \swin Dam will possible. Meanwhile, villagers also a shop asaiatant
work rules. Congress reluctant.ly A second fruit of the settle engulf i villages unchanged for without Ian 1 I will get the equivalent Hut they had arranged to be
Intervened last summer In a ment was a recognition that Centuries. of about 87 munlhly-e decent married there ao that her unite
Phase of the dispute Involving even extremely bitter conflicts Although both Egypt: and Su. wage in this poor land. could perform the ceremony, and
locomotive firemen, decreeing Involving abolition of many job dan. are spending vast sums to Others are getting jobs at the 30 relative and friends were
1 1i 1i arbitration but other aspectsof can be made to yield to olle, ln->uro a better lire for the villagers Aswan Dam and In relate there, too.After .

the controversy festered on. tlve bargaining many are deeply torn. project. the register was signed,
Laid aside finally was the Adjustment of the dispute appeared Settel 1 Banat KMIOUZ, a widowat .Hastings. gave Audrey a golden
to be on grounds a little 32, described her f.*llngt l replies of the famous black.
closer to the original union position .-. "Stranger knocked at my FROM LITTLE smith's anvil over which Oretna

Buildings Are than management's the railroads EE;; Barry shown with his automatic hydioponic: !jraiden. door two month ago as I was 1JL: SPARKS. marriages. formerly were solemni'ed. -
By one reckoning
tXEWS feeding m) child, Before they C .
photo)
will gradually realize came an ugly crow had flown Said Hastings. one of llritaln'ohuaeat
RazedIn
Being about $250 million a year ot the lIVer my house, and 1 felt this '/V/ GIANT FOREST registrars; "I was very
$600.mlllion reduction the) was a bad omen 1 opened the tiwiond ic. be asked to conduct
Here's One Oil Who Likes @*
Anchorage sought In payment made for Man door and the stranger told me FIRES GROWl! 11\1 iedJmg.. She is the first
services they said were unneed. 1 1,11" I rmr "
that I had to leave my house toa I m tv' ed or not rendered.On new laid In the vast world of
ANCHORAGE Alaska (Ap-) the other hand, the over Allah. I felt wanted Sunday, April 26, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 38
to
The they pull
buildings are coming downon
Anchorage's Fourth Avenue, all settlement eventually will To Diq J For Data And Finds It in)' heart out of my chest.
where a four block stretch of cost the unions elimination of In tear, Settel-Banat loft
the business district was 30,000 or more jobs provided under with 4,500 resident of nuncle.
Jumbled by the March 27 earth. existing rules. About 660,000men DY MAX WESTON ment. Every ten days addi- bib lettuce, almost readytoeat, script village named Debod.
r quake.A are employed on major When Edward E. Barry retired tional chemicals are put In peas, squash, cucumbers can They took their few household

pUe of rubble Is about all railroads. oil man from Tulsa.Okla., the nutrient tank at a cost of taloupe, beans and sweet peas, goods their cattle and (their
that remains as demolition Overshadowed White House by announcement the dramat.Ic now living at 211 First Ave., about 18 cents He estimates that In his hydro- donkeys. Each also took In a as e
crews remove the wreckage. Above the he has built ponlc garden he can raise small sack a handful nf their native
of the rail accord was a swell. N., wanted to get Ideas on how tray
The powerful quake caused a to tomatoes with a framework to which a nets enough vegetables to feed a family aoll.
Ing stream of handsome reports grow more
giant earthsllde along the Left behind were 641 houses SET ,T, FORGET IT p
ave. work of string has been riggedon of six for a year. All of
by businesses on flrst.quarter flavor than he found on the local stripped of door and window,
nue, dropping and shops bars 11, feet penny| Into arcades a profits; a 10 per cent rise In markets he went to the Collier which to "train" the plants. the vegetables with the exception and a few unclaimed dog*. Take a permanent
flrsl dividend On March 25 he planted eight of the tomatoes were planted
wide fissure. -quarter payments, County Free Public Libraryand The promise of a better life vacation from
and signs of continued strengthIn tomato plants on which toma- from seed.In .
It was one of the most widely there began his research. mean little to these people.
pictured scenes Immediatelyafter the vital auto and steel Indus. From the co-operation given toes are now set approximating addition to vegetables, he Their old farms were almost watering your

the quake. tries. him by Mrs June Haschka the the size of a golf ball Is using the "garden" as a sacred Their roots go back lawn
Now contractors working for Humming auto assembly lines local librarian, and her staff In the gravel he has peppers starting bed for various flowering :3,000 years when Nubia was 1
brought production for the yearso known as the Kingdom of Kush.
the Army Engineers are demolishing plants and shrubs.
far to just short of 2.} mil. he was led to the subject of TORO AUTOMATICALLY: l
Colonized many time, Nubians
the buildings and hauling Having/ lived much of his life
lion units about ahead hydroponic gardening.After .
225,000
the In always preserved their identity Lowers water bills
away pieces. South America and especially your
of the comparable 1963 period. a trip to the hydro YIEID
and love of land. Nubians once
The future of the sunken Increases
area In Bolivia where he your property
remains Sales moved apace. Industry ponic farm near Lehigh Acres says ruled all of Egypt value completely underground
further soil uncertain foundation tests.A pending. officials looked ahead optimis he Invested In an automatic there Is an acute problem of Nubia' hardy con go out and Saves the work of watering I
downtown urban renewal tlcally gardening outfit. It consistsof raising adequate vegetables easily find work In Cairo and ,, .
build beautiful
Help a
i proposal approved tentativelyby The gain of thlrd-ranklng Re. a tray or tub, 16 feet long, Carry sees a possible solutionto Alexandria but they almost in. lawn
public Steel Corp., first bit steel this problem In hydroponic return home.
variably
the City Council, would con. 30 Inches wide and about eight Ends unsightly drought
i
vert the area Into a park-possibly producer to check In with Its Inches deep This Is filled gardening. If his own garden Official found it difficult to pots tailored to your specific needs
as an earthquake tourist figures was a resounding 73 with ordinary Caloosahatchee R R turns out as successfully as convince people) that the exodus C Gives you more leisure time
per cent over a mediocre 1963 was inevitable, started
he They
he by
attraction. of the used hopes, Is considering Introducing -
Geologists have termed the first quarter. Republic cleared his gravel type on the idea Into South trying to convince the village FREE ESTIMATES We will be glad to check your prop
area hazardous for buildings be. $15,8 million. driveway. America. boss, the oiiidah. They ex. erty or send,us a sketch of your lard cpe for estimate.MinuUctiKwl .
Other glowing reports came The is connected witha
cause of possible future slides. tray Barry, who moved to Naples planned to village meetings. tr MoWl e'M.IM,Int.,IISTAHLMAN. N rose M+.w'mWMy Can.
from Union Carbide Socony Mo. nutrient solution tank to which
Then In
In many cases, delega
spite of the problems of
bll, Reynolds Metals Inland Is connected wlthhls family In March of 1963,
small electric
Fourth Avenue about 90 a tions went down river to Inspect
cent of Anchorage's, business per Steel, International Nickel the pump, operated with an auto- Is glowing In his praise for the their "new world." Sprinkling'

district Is functioning normally Pennsylvania Railroad American / matic timer which three timesa Collier County Library and the "The people of Debod left the Systems
Cyanamid, National Steel, day fills the tub with the nutrient co-operation given him by Its village in tears," one villager
Marathon Oil and a host of oth. staff and and P 0 Box 1091. Naples Florida
CALL THE NEWS FOR solution from which the hopes new big recalled. "When the chips ,
RUBBER STAMPS er large record corporations.earnings levels.A numberhit plants derive their nourish- SEVEN OTHER ger library Is not too far away. moved away they kept tholr Call MI 2.3422


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Cholesterol U the yello
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butter, and
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meat \\ hn the body

fill la properly metabolize This new electronic Installation Is merely the flesh step

tholeoterol, bite of In our rime table ,leading to fall auto_tiA *f *fl check
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will >e tfosed on may narrow artery salle, tilt greater benefits as even more 4vnewd electronic
Inviting; eventual clot. procedures are developed Greater speed, a..r.4y and

Saturday Afternoon Paradoxically. hoe ever. higher efficiency to combat rising. cost art all

Through .September! the body need cholenlerel part of our continuing program to bring our customer

le build cello and to the very best In banking serviceMemrer .
product hormone. thus, Jest 011, More Rescue Nay Ito Man, People Prefer

added fuel I. heaped on To Bank With .

the fate-cholesterol atheronclerosi -

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any
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the quality of the prrarription i

Furniture Co. STORE HOURS PLEA PRESCRIPTION service at NA : ..


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8 30 until 6
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On ft:Jay until, 9 Collier Coaaty.
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April 28, nit ""/tot Young People nink"TeenAgers It


Every*.. Reads The NEWS

PUBLIC" NOTICE BE YOUR A 'fRIEND'TO LIBRARY ,fa Going Steady Is Still on Rise


...1.. bid will b. raealvad by
Id. Commlailonar of the North PUBLIC NOTICE 0, CSCar 5a0WNTONSCF Deftplt" the general disapproval .
"' .01.. Fir Control Dlatrlct at Itt loud 54w, BjrEuftncCUbeitfraldtnt
bu'MInc. Watfnoaday. May' UK ., ,Gilbert Youth most of the parentslet
I.00 PJA for t". o.ton..on oIto NOTICE OF I INTENTION TO FAMILY DINNER
h..dW.rter..0 South ." .... Pin REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME >Xeoeareh lac. the boys and girls make up
Rld.*. The underlined does "...by car. Drilled Lamb Chopi with their own minds about steady
For a eamplata' KM end ipaelllcalion tlfy that, they ere conducting aProoorty Vegetables Today's people art
*, contact John Bhuff Commit I : Maintenance. bounces at young rolni dating. "They don't mind It to
li lonor and Fir Chlaf. Post Ode, Ntplat Florida. under the fictitious Maihed Potitoes Salad Bowl steadier than ever, although the .
see 1M4 name of Naolea Property Maintentnre Bread Tray some extent but when the couple
The Commlitlonor' rttrv the and the told firm I* competed. Molasiea Coffee Cake Bet crag. majority of boys and girls still spend all their Urn to
right to ret| any and *ll bid wither of the following persons whose names field
to the
without oecpt and plocaa of residence prefer play "
eiino and/or to oro a* follow gether, It's going overboard
the bid thit In Its udjmnt", will k* / *: MOLASSES COFFEE CAKE Of 1091 teen'*(*rs 'lie questioned
In the beat Interest of the DlatrlctSmnad Ranald C, Hunter says Sandy Appel IS, of
: Flra Comm',tt'ontrt HIS Coconut Circle. W t cup lifted flour recently 39 per cent told
Cdward J. Hilllcy. President Hadv M. Hunter 1/4 teaspoon baking soda Camden N.J.AllhOUrll .
Goorfa. Oaalar. .aey4raaiJohn HIS Coconut Circle. W us thy to steady TMs Is In
Shuff. Fir I Chief Ownership of Naples Property 1/8 to 1'4 teaspoon salt contrast to 33 cent In 1959 the teens admit dating .
Apr. H H ,I. May I. IM4 gill. Ma ntanance ,it a* follows: 1'2 cup butter or margarine per
' Ronald C. Hunter to% 1 tableapoon dark brown sugar and 16 per cent In 1958 begins st s younger age and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Hwy' M. Hunter Sox
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN It I* our 'Intent on to apply to 1/3 cup dark molasses One factor In the Increase maybe despite the growing popularityof
AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY. the Clerk of the Circuit, Court In 1 l
FLORIDAIN and for collier County Florida to en the earlier ate at which the FJ steady dating the young people
CHANCERY NO ,."alar the Mid name of Naples 1/4 cup buttermilkSift teenagers are startlnf to date. ,i e 1 deny the early socializing
GERTRUDE LOUISE CARLE property Maintenance under the together the Hour baking
Plaintiff provaont, of Chaotar totJI Law soda and Rait. Cream butter and Seventeen per cent of the girls leads to early marriage
of Florida, Act of 1141. .
CHARLES v.CARLE Wit..... our bends. hit loth day brown sugar; gradually bent inmolasses. and II per cent of the toys "' ou don't have to love a

DtftndtntNOTICE Of April'. IM4 RONALD C HUNTER Beat in egg thoroughly.Add dated before the were 12 Another girl to go out with her," says
OF SUIT
TO: NEDY M MINTER! half the gifted ingredients" ; 12 per cent of the girls Paul Zloto, 18, of New York
CHARLES CARLE Apr U. II a May I. HS4 glCf stir until smooth. Add buttermilk;
Carl Avenue --- stir just until combined. Add remaining and 10( per cent of the bo\s City. And Lynda GUI, 16, of

Now Sob erS.Verk Long Itlind' IN THE AND COUNTY FOR COLLIER JUDGE: COUNTY.COURTIN aifted ingredients; stir started going out between 12 Beaver Falls, Pa., thinks "You

You ara hereby not if ad thai, a FLORIDAIN just until smooth. Turn into a and 13. The year between 13 and meet more people and are more

Mad Complaint again lor you' Divorc. and you' hat sic been raquirad IN' RE: ESTATE' PROBATE OF buttered biking pan ((8 by I by 2 14 Is the most popular to start agement of parents and the desire Sunn re Bronson, 17, of Monroe Many of the teen-agers! say sure of the qualities you Want

to serve, a copy' of your An JAMES HENRY: BURRUSDacaatad. Inches); bike in s moderate ((150 datlnt-40 per cent of the boys to act mature" push young Mich., thinks going steady "putsa their parents okay dating If they In your mat" If you start dat.
ewer or piaadlnf to the Complainton
the Plaintiff. Attornayt. lha NOTICE TO CREDITORS degreesoven 25 lo 30 minutes and 27 per cent of the girls people Into datlnt clamp on your social life." know something about where and Ing earlier.
Law Firm" af SMITH, CARROLL or until cabs tester inserted in .
All creditors of the estate of
children '>
with whom their are 0.-
with -
of the minority
VEDA BROWN 4 NICHOLS, Such JAMES HENRY BURRUS daceatedare center come out clean. Cut in started soclaltilnt at that ate Many same reasons are \ strong agrees -
uiMini Napla Florida. and 1,1., hereof notified" and required to also responsible for earlier 17 of Other people suchas
tolnf. young I
rehear.PUBLIC 68 Jacqueline Mulianev ,
tha original thereof la the off,ca of file any' clime or demand which. squares and serve hot or An overwhelming number-
the Circuit Court of Collier County. they may have again*! laid, ..,.to In per cent of the girls and 78 percent steady datlnt Some teen-agers Englorhtown \.J., however "I Edward Kress 14, of Camden i Notice To !
.t Eaat Naplat Florida. on or ba the office of the county /fudge of
lore the 11th day' of May 1164f Collier County. Florid. in the court NOTICEIN of the boys-think more point out that going steady Is care for the guy enough not to N.J., say "I didn't ask I
you' fall to do to. Dacroa Pro Con haute at Eatt: Naples. FIends. w. ,thIn "
fosse will b* taken againtt you' for tin calendar. month from the THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC teens ar* beginning to date even not r"lh'"rl o"rl"uo; for most want to to out with other guy them. I PoliticalCandidates

the relief. demanded in the' Complaint data of. Each the lint clam, publlcat or demand of mutt thisnotice. nTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TY.FLORIDA IN AND earlier now than In previous of the lounger bins and tlrls she says. ORBITING EGGS

DONE AND ORDERED at EtttNtploa ba In writing. and mutt slate the FOR COLLIER IN CHANCERYNO years, and 75 per cent think Others feel going stead\ offers CAPE KENNEDY FU. (AP-
Collier County'. Florida. thle place of ret,dance and post-off caaddrat PARENTS APPROVE
2037OlAOrS Scientists the
tho 10th fay' of April A D 1964. of the clumenl! and mutt VINQLINO and their companions to steady at s comfortable sense of security are studying posaibility -
/MARGARET T. SCOTT ba sworn to by the claimant. h.t M THORWARD Parental Influence Is obviously of rocketing a couple
VIRGINIA W. at earlier *. Only one-thlyd All political edvertUerawiU
at
Clark of the Circuit Court agent ar his attorney. or it will PI'*ml,II*, Ivamae Ivlns, 18, of Allentown s factor In dating whether dozen eggs into orbit to deter-
Collier County Florida become void to low, -
of according
however think earlier dating for Sunday's NEWS must bIn .
SMITH CARROLL. VEGA: DATE:;: April IS HM VsMILDRED P PURVIS /k/l \J., disagrees "Th,,' steady or casual and 79 percent mine whether chicken embryos will
BROWN 4 NICHOLS AGNES BELL BURRUSEiaculri CANTRELL: ET AL leads to earlier marriage, de\elop normally In space the newspaper office by
Suite II. lakh Building > of the w,II of AND MILDRED ALL PERSONS CLAIMINGANY grow up faster and think the"'re of the teens have permission weightlessness Friday not later than 4pm,

Naplea" *FlorldoAttorney for Plaintiff JAMES HENRY BURRUS O..d OR INTEREST ESTATE: OR RIGHT.LIEN TITLE UPON WHY TEENS DATE ready for the big step,' she to to out. Only 15 per cent The eggs wired like a switchboard I For weekday publication ad.

Apr 12 II it May I. 1H4 _*IDJ Apr, I It 21 May 1. 10 1964 rllt THE REAL PROPERTY HEREIN: says "Kids start dating so soon of the mothers and fathers live might provide clues on I vertlilnt copy must b* placed

PART DESCRIBED THEREOF OR. ANY According to Audrey Grant, that b\' the time they are 17 or going steady their approval how. prolonged spice flight. They are by 4 p.m. the day prior to

Dafondont 17, of Chicago, DI., "Social 18 the\'ve tried a lot and wantto particularly good for space studyfor iniertlon. This is an absolute
SAMPLE BALLOTIn SUMMONS pressure has almost compelled ever. several reasons: deadline and it Is generally
try more adds Robert
OF SUIT
NOTICE ,
THE STATE OF. FLORIDA TO: people to date at an earlier at*." The chicken embryo has been to the advantage of the advertiser .
accordance with the provisions of Section MILDRED P. PURVIS a/k/l of Clover 18, of \Vestburv N.Y. MORE THAN MALI OP studied thoroughly and there is to place the Ad at
And Pat 16
Denny Detroit
Board of MILDRED CANTRELL reluctant FXORIDAS TOIRISTS WILL little that is not known about early as possible ao that full
101.20, Florida Statute, the County 403 Colom CourtsRock The boys are more
Fell. IIInot, Mich., adds "Parents are pushing RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I I001I its behavior on earth. The embryo attention can be given to each
Commissioner of Collier County Florida, AND ALL PERSONS kids to become popular and than the girls to be tied down. his a 21-day development period advertisement

publish the following Sample Ballot CLAIMING RIGHT. TITLE ANY OR ESTATE: INTERESTIN date earlier" Forty-five per rent of the young well-suited to the short duration 'It is a state advertising law

OR LIEN UPON THE TIle Influence of older teensis women to steady, but o .ly 29 of space missions. Gravity II'' that all political advertising

OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY: OR ANY HEREIN: also retarded ss s major per rent of the boys have a regular GREET known to have some effect on be paid in advance using the
PART THEREOFDEFENDANTS the embryo si shown by the need triplicate check forms ss suthorUed -
factor In early dating Steve girlfriend.
GREETINGS: to turn eggs it lent once a day under Florida statutes. .
REPUBLICAN PARTYMAY proceeding You are. to hereby quiet notified t.tlo, has that 5.50brought a Wunderl, 15, of Columbus, Ohio Paul Emery, 18, of New Egypt in order for them to hatch Special positioning of

in the Circuit Court for says "Young teens associate with' V.J., speaks for the young men, The main problem to be solved Ada will not b* sold and all
Collier County. Florida against all older "1 want to know what is how to carry the eggs 10 that the
persona claiming' any' oatata. right ana are Influenced by saving Ads will be given same
title or Intoroal In. or Ices upon Fred 18 of West- of I really would they will survive the stresses of careful attention.
S 1964 ones. Huff type person
the following daadribad rest prop, __ Rosh rtAW.waiiaw acceleration, re-entry and landing
any. tituata in C lltor County. FlorIda bury N.Y. says ..the encour want," before settling down. raaanu without scrambling.
.
to witLot :
COLLIER COUNTY li Block t. Naples Better -
Homo 55 recorded In Plat Book
PRECINCT NO. 16Tnt. I. Puce lOt Collin County Rae.
ends. I'Io"do.nd
you' are hereby required to file SAMPLE BALLOTIn
with the Clark, ol acid Court your
for a perion whose name la printed on the ballot mark a written appaaranca personally, or
by attornayl) In said, precaoding, on
c DRS (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person or balora the nth day of May l 1964.
for whom you desire to vote. which data shall b* not less than accordance with the provisions of Section 101.20, Florldo Statutes, the Board of County Commissioners of Collier
twenlyupht' (21)) day. nor moro County Florida publish the following Sample Ballot.OFFICIAL .
than ainly ((50)) days. altar then ,
Issuance of this. summons). and
thereafter to III, service' on the
opposing. Counsel. and file with laid
} Clark your' written defenses. If any. PRIMARY BALLOT
J 1o The complaint, It the tlmaa'prairovlfcad gi I "
STATE *I \ 11JC. I i h... I t>i .tharaln gtting.ap: ''I ', L+ ITAn1UHUI 1E1Ai1tW
Illscolds. "ghi' till, or ifltarattin : : : I
1M rltwD 20t;
or I fin upon the abova tfaacr bad stnie ,-
Governor property cleaned by you. Maralula DEMOCRATIC PARTYAsrc.r
.I not. or udgmant will, ba antaraitsaid
t' ....10.' you by d..ult.'
WITNESS my And end soil Dr
(Vote for one) Court at Napla .Florida. this.
llh day' ol April A D. ISM MAY 5, 1964 .
MARGARET T. SCOTT ( __
Clark Circuit Court '
I
KEN FOLKS
(CLERK SEAL) -'.
By: .INEZ MAQILL COLUER COUNTY
Deputy Clark I '
H. B. (Bob) FOSTER WALTER G SOROKOTY,
for Plaintiff
Attorney
171 5th Avenue South PRECINCT NO
CHARLES R. HOLLEY Naples. Florid'
Apr, II IS. IS May I. ISM *IOT

To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom

you desire to vote.


SAMPLE BALLOTIn
CONGRESSIONAL COUNTY Member, Board of Public Instruction

accordance with the previsions of Section 101.20, Florida Statutes, tits

Board of County Commissioners of Collier County Florida, publish thefol- United States Senator Sheriff District No. 2

(lowing Sample Ballot
(Vote for one) (Vote for one) (Vote for one)



BOND ELECTION SPESSARD L. HOLLAND E. P. "Pat" FRITCHEY I_ EMOLEE S. BARRETT

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: BRAILEY ODHAM E. A. DOUG HENDRY I I LILLIAN C. MILLER


LES WHITAKER
,
May 5, 1961 (\ STATE County Prosecuting Attorney


Governor (Vote for one) Member, Board of Public Instruction


(Vote for One) Diltrlct No. 4
WALTER R. CONDON

For Freeholders Only (Vote for one)
HAYDON BURNS WILLIAM G. CROWLEY


FRED BUD DICKINSON C. J. "Chuck" COPlEY

Member, Board of County Commissioners

ROBERT KING HIGH HENRY 8. WATKINS, Jr
\II District No.1

FREDERICK B. KARL

I p, An iisu of general obligation I bond. in the authorized" amount h ...rI (Vote for one) Justice of the Pelce

SCOTT KELLY

I of $55000000, pursuant to Florida Statute 315, et. seq;'. parable ';.; 1 : CECil E. DRAKE n DIStrict No. 4

: JOHN E. (Jack) MATHEWS (Vote for ono)

A. C. HANCOCK II

I within fifteen ,..n, redeemable after five years, with "Interestnot
... t. ,, { Attorney General O. W. HANCOCK

Member, Board of County Commlulone

to exceed the statutory maximum, proceeds of which (Vote .for one) NASH LLOYD

District No. 3


I shall be used for purchnie of a county park beach, and EARL FAIRCLOTH (Vote for ono) UEL MYERS

JAMES W. KYNES
Constable, Justice of the Peace
LEO R. CHICKERING
recreational facility issue dated November 1, 1964 secured by ,

District No. 4
Commissions, WM. H. "Bill" HENNING I

the full filth and credit of Collier County, Florida and/or pledge Florida Public (Vote for one)
Utilities Commission
I
: 'v' "'iII'1.1' 8. M. SENTELL I
'

of all revenues ss shall be due to Collier\ County as proceeds from (Vote for one) KENATH M. FETHER

Member, Board of County Commissioners :1

PHILLIP S. BREWER EARL J. TAYLOR

the operation of any race track commonly called race track funds..l DIStrict No 5
.
." EDWIN L. "Ed" MASON Vote for )
( one Justice of the Peace


.ra District No 3
State' Attorney R. E. "Bob" BLACK


FOR BONDS Twelfth Judlclll Circuit C. l. "Chuck" CARPENTER Contablo

Plene express your choiceby I Vote for one) (Vote for one)
WILLIAM H. "Pete" DOUG
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marking the appropriate FRANK SCHAUB FRED EDENFIELD S. J. KLEBINE nW.


_ D AGAINST BONDS spare with an "X" M. "Mickey"-SMILEY. Jr. EWELL F. "Pappy" MOO --- -- RONALD AMES: J 0










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w11ta a I: Nepotism? l'm'Crary ( hearing 1ft and making sounds Sunday April 2". 1984 COLLIER COUNTY W'i tt SB.
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.,, off-beat travel topics of K Mln "to 'tw air adUs.1I.1 1- --- -- -- --
never suggested it to her," said pearan, '- for United Jewish taking on another series lain hblong.runnlng
i Over It Croucho, "and that's the surest Welfare I didn't even know he You set .IIUl_
way to make her want to do It." was Jewish" i Life." He U considering or
iv" :' Son Arthur Is authorlng anew thr. opportunities$ to. aod. _
,v,., ., I -J M ?14p1a ?lo11f4d Says Groucho television series, and With his family so actively, ,'
lit think that
brothers Gummo and Zeppoare employed, you'd "
S :
\i' ., \ ..I 1 WOOD (AP) "Nep involved In orange grow Groucho might enjoy a leisure ?K FROM LITTLE ;:
,, 1' v oil' i I'm razy about it," laid log And Harpo ly life Su'h is not the case. He f.:1t
", lJ, Cr, Marx with his usual "He told me seven years ago continues ',is frequent television SPARKS. J
'sti Irreverence. "Too bad he and he works sppearan -last week he did
; : : was retiring
,,< ;1''t: By Anne I. Bowes Vi tUng too old tor It." harder than I do," said two of Carl Reiner's "Celebrity %'j1 GIANT FOREST .,
I IS ..1!,,, :: ,', ere,,' aside, the addle Groucho. 'Right now he's tour Came' shows In one night ,,
-- ;Cl'i'' 'tin seems to "be doing all bog the Northwest making apt and he wouldn't "ba averse to @ WFIRES GROWl! "
Halfway between South FlorIda New Hampshire! The Fort once r rig \ uis family these days ,
and Cuba a cluster of tiny stood at the "crossroads of 21a T', I, ''It his lovely wife Eden I
islands peep out of the sea. commerce" and Its sinister- 'JoL 'im on the Bob lisps Show ,.'
Once a nesting grounds for eyed guns kept watch over the "In line (or Elizabeth," a play "-
hundreds of ses-tunies, the shipping lanes. Boats Sneaking writ! i\ Croucho and Nor. ,
Spaniards named them the"tor- towards the Everglades, the :ma: \Krasna ) r
tugas" (Spanish for turtle). Keys or beating their way along SU Ii<,' entlv he appeared on the /ldlZR/i/
These 10 Islets scarcely break the Florida Straights bound for I'W, folk Allen music Show act to comprisedof Introducea 4tT
the turbulent sweep of the Gulf the Atlantic had to pass near
i I' grandchildren "But that
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Stream yet on one stands a this strategic spot.FEDERAL 'was.',f nepotism," he declared.
most Impressive national mo "Nerotlsm Is when your r la.tlves )
nument. FortJeffersonlsweU- PRISON _. ..( have no talent" GOLF COURSE .,
worth visiting During the Civil War, Fort THE AUTHOR sits on a pile of old cannon balls\ What of various other
The Dry Tortugas can be Jefferson became a federal pri- outside the great brick fort, .: Marxes? Daughter Melinda Is ,
reached from Key West ((75 son. It could hold more than __J{ r
miles) by Coast Guard or charter 300 men. Even today one experiences spring arrival of 100,000 nestIng '4 / PSUMMER RATES
bats from Florida's West a clammy confinIng birds could bring relief ;: r \
coast ((150 miles plus) by private frustrating sensation while Here it was that Samuel Mudd '\
boat or by private sea- wandering through the rows was jailed because he gave medical ':
plane. Although the area seems of Identical cells. Each cell aid and she her to Lincoln's Effective Now Until ;
inaccessible. It offers the adVenturous has one window which peers assassin. The doctor was sent
boatman a great out at the lonesome sea. Ima- to "Ft. Jeff" as a traitor, Two Dec. 1st
deal of atmosphere fishing, gine those days without time years after his Imprisonment. + ve
skln-dlvlng and history. when shaggy-bearded prisoners an epidemic of yellow fever ::
The grim hexagonal fort must have gazed onto that broke out. 250 cases turned Single $60.00
,looms above dancing blue wa- ocean mocking them with its the Fort Into a bedlam. Dr. Jt
ters and cream colored freedom. Days and a view so Mudd volunteered to help and Family $75.00 1Q 1
beaches. Built by slaves In monotonous that only summer was put in charge of the hos
1846, Its red bricks came from thunderstorms, a fall hurricane pital. He performed so cons
North Carolina, Its granite from wlntercold fronts or thenur. sclentlously, that two years later '' 14"
Fees
Green
he was granted a pardon. Daily
Today the visitor can see a
*'* Nothing Lib It In Naples the plaque honoring his name on \ 1 $2.50Electric aa
Fort's walls.
...

SEVERAL USES Cart Rental

ITi1iaereeii Apart from Inhumanitarlan ""
use, Fort Jefferson has servedas 4jJ. $4. O.,
a quarantine station, a )
marine biological lab and as
"WHERE THE GOOD LIFE IS EVEN BETTER" a base for bird-banding activi INSIDE fort Malls, one sees-old ammunition works, Play The Moorings golf\ course today
ties. The Fish & wildlife Ser- 7
A New Community of Cooperative vice began to ring birds In parade grounds, and lighthouse tower. ; and see for yourself its splendid

Garden Apartments for Adults 1908. Each year by some Incredible deep channel and the Gulf fish. Lately, the Tonugas areFlorida's condition. The clubhouse was built
Instinct about 100,000 Stream close by. Of course, chief shrimping with your comfort and convenience .
Only-Prices Start at $7,200 sooty terns,500 noddy terns anda the sea gardens are beautifulandharbormanygroupersbar grounds. On a usual day one mind Host professional Bill MCDevltt1'
few blue-faced boobies return can see between 50 to 100
to nest. Most favor Bush Key, racudas, hogflsn. and craw- shrimp boats anchored around .w has a well-stocked pro shop and is
though some spill over onto the Fort In the protected harbors available daily for. lessons'arid -information.

INSPECT THE MODEL ONE BEDROOM East, Loggerhead and Bird BENEFIT PLANS These same harbors will ,
Keys. They usually fly backon offer you good shelter should
AND TWO BEDROOM CHICAGO (AP) A, of
the the aela 2829 North Tamiamt Trail
same day to same you cruise down to Fort Jef-
APARTMENTS ON TWELFTH AV- place they used the previous benefit employee plans welfare in 1963 and pension totaled ferson for a special kind of Phone MI 2- 7QO
,
ENUE, SOUTH, AND FIFTH STREET. year. South Florida audubon some 166 billion, one of he holiday.
WEEKDAYS 10 AJvTO 5 P.M. societies make field trips to Urged concentrations of investment -' d: -----
the Dry Tortugas every springto holding in the United'
SUNDAY 1 TO S P.M. witness this vast migration Stalei.
ritual. You readers who are By 1970 at the present rate of
ardent bird-watchers or nature growth, asaeti of auch plan will '
enthusiasts would enjoy be around tlOO billion, according YOU GET
/ld /l44 date4 groups.Joining these compatible to Lahor the Department reported breed study on a U.S.

RealtorsSALES Mora than :22 million potions
The waters around Fort
are covered by welfare and pen-
Jefferson- as prolific whh- REALTY SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES liArttrhefit piano. not counting COMPLETE
fish as Its Islands are with family brncfiuariea.
305 5th Ave., South Ml 2.2124 ..birds.. Red snapper swarm Death benefits are a feature of
'round the docks. You can four-fiftha of the plan and retirement
OR SEE YOUR NAPLES BROKER catch a dozen In ten minutes. for disability I. covered .
Big game fish lurk out In the in nearly three-fourths. '

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From ; ,

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.a, Regardless of the service you need we at Watkins -

N and Barkau are constantly striving to t : I'.

better our service to suit your desires. I ,. '"'#........\,.\'....

Due to the excellent season' and many

sales recently we need many more I<

a, listings Why not list with us We .. \

i y have buyers waiting 1

t .rrrrrsats.r..ro.w.r.NProperty

: Management Service :


I hat now been expanded and I U offered I

ash I to all winter resident of Naples .
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SERVICES INCLUDES)

ft ? I Personal Inspection of your Check for broker windows, are :
CJwik lawn aenrko
on
.1 week.
: property, once a
1 Check for vandalism Send! '...111) c.adlflon sport

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COMPLETE CLOSE-OUT
No doubt, it took a lot of )jock to build these Naples houses And many of them were probably financed

by Naples; Federal

43 LOTSLocated
'
Why? :" .0..1


Because Naples Federal makes it easier for you to own. your new home Because Naples Federal has In Decker Highland on Solana Road.

lower financing costs: Can Be Purchased All As A Group or Individually
Lower closing costs.
Lower interest rates '. Excellent Opportunity for Builders

And Naples Federal has the jack and it stays right here in Naples building r.ti and developing our Excellent Terms

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6B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 2t, ItU CenterOf t their beds. The beds are one Of

..1",. ,: .1I"a; t.'t Albert Schweitzer Dr.European Schweitzer's comfort.concessions to

EX-CONVICTS TRY ACTING The iitlents are Issued staple
food rations to be cooked bj
VANCOUVER (AP) Tony them an acceptable social out Controversy In AfricaLAMBARENE their relatives.
Holland a former Old Vic let : To Schwletzer and his statf
. teacher, tried taking amateur "Then too, many of the pea ) QQa r'e'rw. Gabon (APr-) ," smile. "They are trying to"> stir the problem Is simple-,ou can.
drama Into prison and aucceeded pie who come to the society were In his Jungle hospital on the the people up against educated rott not give an African two pm
Now he'. working with ex in trouble because they were banks of the Ogooue River, Dr. "They" are the few conti and tell him to take them on
convicts and believes he n aucceedmg exhibitionists ahowofTk if \ u Albert Schweitzer defies Af. Africans who head the two different occasions. He hu
again. like. Here was a socially! I< rlca's rush toward the white nent's sometimes reckless move to be given one pill at t time
Holland tried his first open ceptahle form of exhihiti n man's Idea of progress."I toward Eur an.type civiliza and supervised when sway
, men at British Columbia's Haney which they could enjoy" have lived here for 54 tlon. Their critics Europeanand lowing It.Ther. .
Correctional Institute with apriaonfeaaed Holland's group joined the '-" eo years. I know what's best for African alike- ccuse them the are no showers in the
iroup. Cooperative Metropolitan Theatre Africans," says the 89-year-old of frequently overlooking hospital-the sick are washed
Later, discussions with the where they would have to meeta winner of the Nobel Peace most valid part of Western by their families In the Ogooue.\
John Howard Society led to the production deadline. This is Prize. civilization for the glitter of su. There Is no latrine "becausethey
use of drama as a therapeutic another major point, in chi His hospital has treated more perflcial progress.Said are not used to It."
activity in rehabilitation of former therapeutic aspect of the program than 50,000 Africans In Its 40. a French official work- No nurses are on duty In the
prisoners. teaching these people to meet. -7 year existence They continue to Ing for the Gabon government: wards but 15 work In the hos.
"There are two main selling said deadlines of their own. come In growing numbers to the "For years we have been pltal. Families alert the doctors
points," Holland says "First, Holland feels this 'is more import fllth-strewn shacks serving a* thinking of forcing him to Introduce In case of emergency
the people with whom the John ant than plays in institutions I wards disregarding a new, some Idea of hygiene, And thousands of Africans
Howard Society deals are either where regimented schedules gleaming hospital built by the adopt modern treatment methods. leave Schweitzer's hospital
working or busy looking for work make sure participants are on French on nearby Lambarene But we are powerless. He cured and grateful They return
during the day. But what can lime for rehearsals Island. has millions of dollars and In- to mud shacks In the heart of
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they do in the evenings "Here they find conditions to fluentlal people behind him. the rain forest.MUFFLERS.
"Here was a chance of oc. William Shakespeare war bornin & which they are accustomed and Dr. Schweitzer has heard all
copying their Stratford M sr cured this. He sees only one thing-
evenings giving -upun-Avon England they know they will be FOR SATURK
them a new interest and and died there 1616.Don't that the black man from the
giving in 1564 in says the old man with bushy
May Nr bush continues to come for helpto CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. AP-
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I I 1ill S IS : white. eyebrows.Dr. Schweitzer has becomeone him and his doctors, some Engineers are working to develop
1i 7"JIt" NEW controversial of whom come from the world's mufflers to soften the roar of the
d9' of the most
Saturn S rocket which
J Africa. The best hospitals.Some la to loft
In restless
L .CrRa'4'C. figures problem narrows down to sick are carried by relatives three astronaut toward the moon
Wait of forest before 1970.
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should
I TRYING OUT TilE NEW elections bookkeeping machine at the Bank of whether the continent shouldbe paths. Once in the hospital, they Studies indicate the Saturn Sengines
force Its development or
For A Rainy Day! Naples is Bertha Boyd while Jack Earnshaw is an interested observer. At left to Itself and traditions. get a ticket with t number It with total thrust of T.5
the left in the picture is the first electric bookkeeping machine installedby "Africa" he begins, and dismisses Is explained "Afriai )amen are million pounds, will produce 200
Make Home the bank in HUll (NEWS photo) the subject with a wave. too complicated -Svho knows million watts of acoustic power j
?" equal to the combined
I "There Is no point In writingall how to spell them anyway sound of !
I efficient service than ever be. account-all In one simple,speedy this," he says with an Ironic Families stay with the sick, eight million hi-fi record sets !
ImprovementsNOW 1"l l-: New Electronic fore," said Mrs. Tooke operation. ----- I
The new machines can elect. i
\ Despite these labor-saving iI
\i 11L.\ 'Brain' Now At ronlcally "read" account intor. novations, there wUl be no re. il I
mat Ion stored In magnet Hoes ductlon In staff at the Bank of .1 l
printed the back of customer "
on Naples. "Rather, said Mrs.
Get started today on modernizingyour
Bank Of Naples ledger cards. As operators post Tooke, 'these machines will en. I
home. See about our five I
us
Incoming data to these accounts, able us to keep pace with the
year HOME IMPROVEMENTJOAN Installation of the new Bur. the machines encode or "write"the amazing growth of the pay. by.
clan roughs Electronic Account. new Information into the mag- heck movement which has been

For your every banking need GO FIRST to counting machine that will netlc stripes, keeping them com. swamping our present clerical
automatically process depositsand pletely uptodate.Guided force"

First National Bank withdrawals for the Bank of other Instructions The electronic machines are
by
I Naples customers has been an. being used with a new system of
retained In the stripes, the machines
of nounced by Mamie Tooke, presl. \ check encoding, In which each
Naples can automatically align
!: dent."We customer account Is assigned
forms to the proper position
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp are proud to pioneer the a number. Account numbers are
I use of this equipment In our area. tor new postings, pick up old printed on checks and deposit
Federal Reserve System
balances, compute and print new
I With these new electronic ma. tickets In a magnetic Ink which
chines our 6,000 customers wUl balances and make certain data can be "read" by electronic
Is being posted to the correct
receive more accurate, more
machinery as well as by the human
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THIS IS ONE OF NAPLES'MOST of The the same machines advanced employ techniques some
developed by Burroughs Corp. WRAP YOUR CAR IN A PACKAGEInsure

I Ii oration In building ground guidance .
computers for the USAF's with from Benson Insurance
i your car a protective package Agency
Atlas Missile and U.S. Air De-
tense System, she said. Complete protection gives more coverage and at surprisingly low rates

"There Is a marked similarityin with a BIA Package Policy. Did we say low rates? You betl You may

PROMINENT ESTATES and the defense.requirements Both demand for banking abso. save as much as 25% of what you are now paying. And you get the

lute accurancy with figures'sheadded. famous BIA Individual Service. Call today (H p... t fR ,(!
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BENSON INSURANCE AGENCY INC
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the Bank of Naples for the
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This extraordinary property is located one block south of the Naples Beach t candidate for

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Club Hotel. Fronting on the beach, it covers a full city block with meticulously 4 4


'' kept grounds abundant with Coconut and Sabal Palms, Ficus and Banyan SCHOOL BOARD


Trees, a lovely fresh water lake and a finely built single-level 3-bedroom house,


studio cottage and servant quarters.THE .

DISTRICT No. 2


MAIN HOUSE: 1625 sq. feet with three SERVANT QUARTERS: 400 sq. ft efficiency apartment .

large bedrooms, two full baths, oversize living style with living-bedroom combination,

room with a handsome stone fireplace, comfortable bath, screened porch.

Florida room, utility room, a 376 sq. ft QUALIFICATIONS:

open terrace overlooking grounds and lake -

and the beach beyond. Complete kitchen

equipped with built-in GE stove, oven, dish. GROUNDS: 340 ft frontage extending 400 ft Lived in District No. 2 for 12 years Participated in 'On the Job Training' in cooperation .
from First Street to the Gulf of Mexico. Completely -
washer disposal unit, automatic with vocational school
laundry, etc. 4
years, taught a
landscaped with lush natural trees, palms Been in the building business over 30 years.
The house Is frame with natural Tank Cypress, class of young men in and
carpentry
Interior Is treated with vertical Antique Cypress shrubs and lawn. Lovely fresh water lake, two Worked in defense plant Sib years during World use of tools 1 year. proper

paneling and has Oak flooring throughout. As. separate deep wells and sprinkler systems (north War 2, was In charge of building maintenance.
and south half of ) and seawall Have been actively engaged In
bestos shingle roof, wood awning-type windows, half property Met regularly with other department heads for. real esUte business

central heating and air conditioning mulcting policies and discussing common prob. the past 7 years. Know thoroughly about
plans and
specifications
lems and efficiency. construction details.
methods of obtaining highest
Worked with architect for
STUDIO COTTAGE: 802 sq. ft. Large double TERMS: This pro'erty is priced to sell. It can several years. Know

bedroom, bath, living room with stone fireplace, be purchased lIS a complete parcel or will be about financing procedures.

kitchen and dinette combination, screened front sold as two separate estates: ((1)) 170 ft front. Built 3 major schools, working with school Familiar with land values, elevations and drain

porch and a 259 sq. ft open terrace overlookingthe age, 400' depth with Main House and Studio boards and superintendents. age problems.

lake, grounds and beacrt Same durable con. Cottage ((2)) 170 ft frontage, 400' depth with

struction features as the main house 400 sq ft. building.
Have a long record of civic and community ac

tivities.


Phone J. Wilson Dyches Realtor (Midway 2-2452)) or contact


the broker of your preference. THIS IS A PERSONAL APPEAL TO ALL VOTERS IN COWER COUNTY,

ESPECIALLY THOSE I HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO CONTACT PERSONALLY.




J.Wilson Dyches ReaIEorIll


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: ; '" ..-'" self tid but the very next sorts of popululU .iw.mls Hollywood !: \ ,\pril 28, 196. COLLIER CUT'NTY NEWS 78

\ \V' / : tR'A''D1"0' ; day 1 had< a call from Mr. Ab. beckoned said lout ye.r -

:.'! /,.,," "'.! .t..i"" ..;,.;. ,, ..,; '.- '" bat, and I just knew something she hm her first--end, If !lilt she III'III'V"', newts( a live au. !heatpe9on with a theater as.
r I' fu ,d would happen. has anythln" to 'a> about It, diem IIplllfllt.
B\ tyrillLOWRY By; 199 she was permanently: "When I left UCLA to try last-film fling Iii 11111' \I. Carol now Is hap. Is she happy?
AP TeleUbU>n.Radla Writer off unemployment Insurance asa show business 1 said
said. 'I'm gulag "It was just awful-4t was all pll I Ilk almost where thestartedliving "Gee, yes, Carol. "I
NEWORK \f) It was frequent the Garry to play lead I've
( guest on a In a show with for me," she reflected. directed by Aba have everything ever want.
} just about two sears ago, along Moore show Then the landed apart George Abbott directing' But I wrong ed. The only thing I miss Is a
butt
"I 1 don't even like to think aboutIt JM IIn| In "Fade Out, FadeIn
w with the announcement that in "Mattreit," shoestring ream didn't believe It." chance once In a while to sing
I )just don't see how people the new musical comedy by
would
comedienne Carol Burnett production with special promise "Mattreis" turned out to bet a medley with Julie Andrews."
can be funny In movie when Adolph| Green and Betty Coma
henceforth be an occasional because the eminent George Abahott surprise hit, and moved onto
have to sit around being den with Jules Styne music
guest instead of a regular per. > liked It and was directing."I Bnaduiy you
bored for hours for heading i IIIr .
Moore waiting your Broadway.If Radio contact with the ti Ji
former on "The Carry was desolate at the time, Carol's uninhibited clowning < -
Show," that Moore aid he was she said. "I'd just lost a part and real vocal abilities made scenes and when It's finally" Ih' si haw proves a hit, Carol world from the An tu .t>.= .
1iNTEi1NATIONALLY "pushing her out of the nest.'* in Richard Rodgers 'Babes In her popular favorite on the read, turn m the humor. diwvn'l, regret| t ton much trouble In the un, elldln stn, ;,,!tc

Carol was a sh) and reluctant: Aims Julie Wilson was Moore, show, and she won all Her kind of funny business, ci ml'i c rnlg i a television career conditions p.'allin' th.-rr,
fledgling but the decision almost .
forced upon her b> affect
donate and concerned friends,
'as proved wise. In the ensuingm
"nths, Carol has starred in
three television specials and
male her first motion picture.
S'""''r she will be the star of a
r r, ad\aj' show a real star,
Ith her name over the show's
title In the billing-and next sea.
s she"111 headline a new
ne!kl> CDS varlet hour called
"T1"> Entertainers" In June
1
'DS will 5hoa taped special + k j 1 rb
a "Once Ipon a Mattress" thei
sit< a: corned based ui. an
id uir\ tale that, as an iff.
Br ad\\a show five sears ago
\, as so Important to her career
These have been Important

months, too, in her private life.
She married Joe Hamilton the
producer of the "Carry Moore
Show". She Is now the Inordln.
famous! paintmjr/ Fians ately proud mother of four
1 Hals' "Pnti'1 JauilOljian," ClWI1l'cby\ the Rmu> months old Carrie Hamilton P1i

I\ linK Museum of Art, S.uasotaill be shown at "just beautiful even If she does

the Floiula Pavilion New York Woild's Fair as seem to be all legs and mouth a 1tI
part of the state's fine art exhibition right now." .D.. f
i Carol's career really started

You had best malup In 1937 with a very funny topi
1 _l m your mind to the fait that cal song called "I Fell In Love
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unless you sprax -not onie with John Foster Dulles,
Continued Sprat but many times during theseasonyou're which dissolved the sophistical
ed New York night club audU
It'll be a lot of fun to bar sure to harvest Jack
fruit ences. Paar had her re*
vest first small basket that just tlon't
your peal It on his late night televU
or fruit from a fruit tree in stand comparison to what don show, Secretary of State
you can buy
your yard. Dulles revealed that he was as
It will be a lot of fun thatis Chc'tkllh our agnail!( amused as the public and b e L'1
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lural agent man dt the
or
unless you discover that a : garden Carol was off.
center to find out just
little worm has not goUt'nthl're "Bui not like a rocket" she
\\lwli best suits vourDili
first spray recalled "I did the Dulles thing
A fruit tree has to be pro' nt'l'ds. had a few television guest shots

tilted from a good: many inline cur the tdple lor -and still was on unemploy.

prolikms Insects and plant Kith in.ui .in J hi.I-.I im thv Sahara rnent Insurance a lot of the :
disusis are only two I I1..rri. time."
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RUBBING IfUl.1 AS lUAU PIRIN lUAU Residence of Trumon B. Brown, Galleon Drive, facing en the woters of The Boy of Naples.

.Si MM PANOVITE
ALCOHOL '_
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\\W- Invigorate soothes ;,' IAU 5'11'. 100'. No hsler. VITAMINS

C''C ,2 with, Glycerin 80c! -., acting relief made) S /Help], prmnt vitamin An invitation to visit one of the most delightful places to live .
for N. 2la 70c t
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... Royal, Naples,
AEx ; I." "ONMITWC.IOOT.Dlft.iMMf"1 .

FILM Y' .. 2 for
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I H lgh sed : ,. wnulM' ," 100'1 2 'for .1} You will tee some of the finest residential architecture In Florida, lush tropical) land-

a white, 127, & + /k le KLINIO MOUTHWASH, Pmt, 2 for 2.70 leaping!!, with ocean.gain II boats plying the wit.rwoy| and docked it the foot of lawn.
a20, 2 for
\ 'Ie umumZZEZ'C'7Bnt' ...."........ 2 for .70 30 deed
"( u'a .. are provided by not conversation
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100 54 Port
: I Ifa |r. fjjjiH Royal Is a well- stablished exclusive
/ MANS LnlloN, C", /10'" ........._........ 2 for 40 13. No property sales are made except In
NOUSIHOLI ............ .... residential community comprising over 90%
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CLOVES 2 for 99
Nubo t m f Naples or to those who have made a persona
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SEAMLESS "" 2 'for of the southernmost two miles of ,
SIT NYLONS. ,*., ,., SO square yy eyJ
S ITI .. Port and
4k OHU/WI/ visit to Royal seen us in person. Andno
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"" for .I
Antll 20
: > HAIR 21 INVItO'1 PACA. .............. 2 for 44 Naples, with 144 families In residence and sales are made to persons other than those
..... 15 to 20 new homes this
.
l/e 'U"INt ALCOHOL 2 for building season. Nopromoter's
SPRAY AltO' .28 who have been for
;:t. accepted
w Amy membership in
rk sapient ... ... ..
t \ COUGH IROPI 2 I for dream of "what is to be."
".-r-'i'' Relullr or for Hard Me IIOIITS IMMIM ... ..... 2 'for 30(0 the Port Royal Beach Club by the membership
'l to-Hold Hair k4; loot "mAGI' 2 committee
for
'''11 04
n;fr 2 lor U1. 35. "HICK,! O'ftl' ,??, 2 for 99: 2. Work started more than I 10 years ago It
He 14 The
A... CALAMINE' lOTION 2 for 36 was continued without foregoing are not "rules and regu-
modification
until
it
2 for .10 1.lions"which in any way tend to limit your
became the reality it is today,
complete freedom to enjoy the livability which

too WATCH BANDS "*IM 2 for 1.01 w *siixui BUFFERED Port Royal offers, They are measures of protection
H ASPIRIN 3. Mara than 6Va miles of boulevards which
98c AIR REfRESHCR, UH t. MroWi 2 for .99 :: ..Jn Speeds relief without Kid wind along the beautiful waterways were laid designed to guard against any encroachment .
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._ ..- upset on your pleasure and anythingthat
1.95 MOTH PROOFER .....01 2 for 1.96 .:. 100 r.b"1 out and paved, exceeding the standards set by might tend to depreciate
=.&> *... ti< .ior yyc the State for Its Also your investment.
primary highways. proper Card room and lounge al the fort Royal Compatible, congenial neighbors are some.
WINS AND IADIES' drainage was provided for foot of Heath ( lub
every
S9e EXTENSION CORD stt49e 2 for .60 thing that money alone cannot provide.
BILLFOLDSColorful boulevard. Of course, all facilities such as property can be members To them, membership .
LIGHTER FLUID 2 for .50 Naples water the finest In Florida 15. We do not think that we overstate the
leather.(ram, styles 01 city It given without charge with the purchaseof
facts when we say, "Port Royal is one of the
electricity, telephone, television cable, etc. are their
,,7,2/:; a 2. 99 79e SHOWER CAPS 2 for .80 available throughout the area property finest places to live in the United States" We

are confident 'that' will if fine
you agree
4. More than 10,000 and Coconut 10. The cuisine at the Port Royal Beach Clubis
1.45 majestic Royal
VITAMIN homes luxurious
t surroundings, congenial
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CAIA NOMI ft R ::t 2I ma ISO', 2 for in Florida and equalled, perhaps .
unsurpassed
120 YITAMIN 1.492for121 palms and other exotic trees movedin
were
CREAMS and llMlLJ' I"D:: 1: IU CONCNTIIATf neighbors, superb climate, and deep salt
America's
handful of
to line the boulevards and other 'land.areas. In only a more
53-ffi-5S\\ TOOTH 'RUSHES I | water at the foot of your lawn, appeal to you.
LOTIONS :: .1.0,. .,10ft. 'du''" 2 /for 50 distinguished restaurants.

1 50 COLD CREAM s.... M 2 for '151' IIc AEROSOL AONISIY, ( POWDU o.nture. Ala 01 2 for 99' 5. Port Royal properties are not "lots." Theyare We look forward with pleasure to your visitor

100 CLUMSIER LOTION 41. 2 for 101 tll FEVER MERTHIOUTE. Ren 2 for :991 large, interestingly shaped private estate 11 Every home in Port Royal must be inquiry at our office Harbour House -

1.50 CLEANSING CREAM s.* u ,.2 2 for for 151 2.01' N 30c", 'lelll, hue TNERMOMCTERS 2 for2,50 1.70 | sites. Properties range from one-.half acre to designed by an approved architect! and built Fort Charles and Kings' Town Drive One

2.00 NIGHT CREAM CREAM i 01 toiU5 2for2512forU8 U. gout HOT (WATER'ANDAC'OTT( ..i'I'' 2 I 10 'd, 2 for 31 several acres in siie. for its owner. Though there" art homesin block east of Gordon Drive

Welo"" lt 2 for Port Royal which cost several hundred
ASTRINGENT I... 45c COTTON SQUARES en,, 3601 6. Over 95% of Port Royal properties ire on
2 for 101' 49c lA.y 2 for 48 I thousand dollars, it is possible to become a
1.00 SKIN FRESHENER 4 01 PANTS 1, ,,,, deep wide which
2.51 ""I' 2 oceangoing waterways
for lSe for
,,2 50
tux i M ArTER SHAVE resident of Port Royal for a minimum invest.
MIST COLOGNE Coiom LOTION .
2.50 ,
2 boxes 151 4Se IA101 "It 2 for .70 | I I1s0 connect directly with the Gulf of Mexico and
SOAP Luc i 4<," Io' DUDES $60 003
SIKHII to .
IATH ment of approximately $55,000 .
1 UI I 01'0 lor SII. k 2 'I the the islandsto
2 for 00 'OID for .501 intracoaltal waterway to 10,000
IturinciI8c
125 SHAMPOO COLOGNE 4 GELEE tavofltit 4 netting 2 for .93 ..25c. "Inn"s.NOTES gNYItOPcs 4tyi,,. .''Ift ens. 2 for 101 I the south. including property, residence, and landscaping ,:

2 for 151 II' Properties in from $14,500to
range price
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1.50 UPSTICR M..efti. "151' 10c (NYIIOPEaA 2 for.28 7. You foot Axle
2 f for literally can dock your boat at the $45,000 from cots
1.50 COSMETICS "liinct45C <8 4lc! IAU PEN 7u, 2 for .J II 1 I apart building
of lawn if boat is 90 foot
even a -
your your
100'1'
VITAMIN C 25.mi 2 for ..501IINNIIWtll 12. Every possible protection is providednow
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N Mf plM 94 T.. yacht.
and for generations to come Only single

'8 .I .lA-- IXTtA VALUES TOO GOOD TO '(MISS 8. Port Royal's Beach Club is on 425 feet family dwellings can be built, now or foreverNo
: (Ne>( *n Our,l Sal.l f'fern)
of is permitted no cooperative
white powder sand beach, directly on the speculative building ;

SIT 21 PIKI 499 I TIMIIITII MHO mtll MfptWMt, e.... kit SOS Gulf of Mexico, The Club itself is a "gem. apartments no commercial buildingsof

1.N LIPSTICKS MwiKMn 1 for US au ruiNiuus ,.,... "III. II i 99 to 139 like structure without peer on either coast any kind. Space required between residences .

ItTI POWEll 7<<. MfMOlMIST .91 III suit UNO! JtdXMiM M "|>.. I* 119SII or anywhere in between," said an eminent Is 60% more than the highest zoning

journalist. It John Volk of requirement in Naples No overhead electricor
119 designed by
was
CM.MNI lougu4H *< saint rOLIIM STIINII Snuf, 2.51 "F .
91 Palm Beach of the foremost architectsin telephone wires are permitted to cross .-
one
J both
IU.IlIIATI Lori 20 wekttl In koi AUTOMATIC' TOOTNIIUIN .,11I 4 'rylw. 12.99tooTNfun -
1199 Florida. streets or enter homes except underground
Mil CITES OomlnlM. iuii ruwin It .>iuiir 3 tubes .99 except in the two PORT ROYAL BF ACM Lt'B on the. Gulf of
everywhere
Saw n"IOtIII1 reef iMhA" 159 (This applies Muic... with white p"wj" aond beech >. 'h.

I MANY MORE ITtMS AT SALE 'III (S- COME Unn/ tt 9, Memberships in the Port Royal' Beach Clubare small areas we first developed over twelve foreground

not for sale Only owners of Port Royal years ago) Many other sensible! protections

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PORT ROYAL ..NCOKPOR.TED

Your Downtown Hometown Store i

Post Office Boa 188 Naples Florida TeHphont Midway :..51:8hrc '
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8B COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 28, MM have a remaining total of 216
-plaYSI,18; boards times 12 pair
STATE SWINGING aawoaaxxr., 'W.Naples. -: Of these the traveling scores

;"a1By ;i:= j "" how which 109 sets.tabulates Any BUft tournament '(or

Bridge r : near 507) sets, would seem to

._ r indicate crass over-bidding. As
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for the above tabulation, not
FRANK OTTE over 18"% of the 109 sets could A <. 1' "' Doe r of M.dcine,
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MATHEWS ta-c- .! ....+....__.. ... n' 1 "a. L d M. IItal b.n.ly lid the
be accepted as reasonable sac- ..
TO 1k1 I AI..I..I A. m uuoa
PART SCORE GETS TOP! the bidding might go like this rifices. This Is not exceptional

East-Vvest vulnerable. North I N"' .11..,., E. W For years I have examined DEAFNESS NEW HOPE
deals. I P.M Pass IH Dpub.P. Naples traveling scores. Con- Deafness 11 considered by
II I 10 IH Z3 many the number one physicalimpairment.
NORTH (AI) psss) sistently,50or more,or near- An 't aI
in heavy vote areas I-J 10M Actual bidding followed the ly 50%"sets"have shown up... :million: persona' in the dnid:;
Papers D--Q 1 10 tetra I above sequence. Inez, at East, and usually the scored results States have tome degree of
C-Q" i DIAMONDS.You : have been disastrous. hearing lots
TWO
chose to
go One out of five cases of deaf.
ENDORSE MATHEWS on basis WEST 5-AQI7'J Mtmit" 1-11[AST.III.' might object to her re- licit i* due to otosclerosis, the
H-Z H-Q'71 sponse. You might argue that -. formation of spongy bone in
0-Al-K C-i I 1 I Inez should have called ONE tin capsule of f the labyrinth of
J 7 I I I NO TRUMP. Frankly, I seriously the earlVhen this spongy bone
of record and qualification SOUTH immobilize the stapes or stirrup ,
object to partner responding
S-K I I any and limit itt motion, a IOM
H-A Kit In No Trump to my of hearing reiulti
D-J SCA take-out. The rule Is to respond Some fifty yean ago, otol-
The Miami Herald, In Its Issue of April 15, endorsed JOHN E. MATHEWSfor 10 aIn with the longest (not necessarily ogist (ear specialists) devised.
for
there surgical technique bypass.lug
about ,
writing Bridge suit. Rather -
other endorsements are : strongest)
Governor. Among newspaper Illustrate the fixed stapes with a
is the temptation to
than
a NoTrump response "window" made in the horizontal
exceptional bidding and play- I would prefer partner venturea semicircular canal for the
Ing of difficult game-going fairly strong 3-cardsuit;provided conduction of( sound to the inner
EDITORIALS of the TIMES hands At Duplicate, however, of course there Is nothing ear This operation was
known as fenestration, from the
It should be pointed out that
better and provided that Latin fenestratus. (furnished
..." Tag: TAMPA, TIMaa rrMur ANN n. IN4 frequently a partial Is Just as any 4-card: suit Is so weak as to with windows). More than one

i. C. LOUKCIL..............................7.....PnK"'WJAMUH Important u a small slam, be misleading. To me a take stage was required to complete
.Mathews Best Choice COVir.JR......................Cmral Mm*** bid and made This Is one of out response In NoTrump would the operation and the fenestra
C. IIJOaNSON..uu..u.w.rdit.n'IthMrlu.e<< the distinctions oetween or opening, had a tendency to
caNNETTDCaodca....................../II......., Idotr major and Indicate a good count In high close
tournament
for Governor Rubber Bridge cards, and I believe that suchIs ,bout ten years ago, an operation -
play. So let's consider Board the technique of experts. which had been earlier

. . 9, played at the NDBC on March The traveling score disclosed abandoned when the fenestration .
offered for 6. This Is a good illustration that the McCune Tooke technique became popular,

Six men have governor This is not lightly
applause
wait relived and has since
on the Democratic ticket. given. Those who draw it are Obviously, Mathews doesn'tbelieve The scored partial, at tied for top with the visiting Ro- achieved wide success Known
One of them is virtually certainto men of honor, intelligence and in lulling voters to sleep THREE SPADES, gained a tie bosons Other E-W Pairs, who us the stapes mobilization, the
occupy the executive mansionin ability. with fiscal fairy tales. He prom- top for the McCune Tooke permitted N-S to stay at TWp procedure m involved with
ises economical government, Team. scored mobilizing or removing the
will HEARTS badly.
Tallahassee. Sift as
you A look at some of the legislation fixed: stapes.The .
through these names, match the Mathews has sponsored pro- sound administration and an Consider the bidding, with True, part scores In Dup- advantage of the stapes
candidates qualification for qualification vides to the man's thought honest assessment of what mightbe Mamie at West and Inez at licate can get tops. They are ': .,operation is that It require: only
Insight have been this Important. But equally true ') > one or two days of( honpitaliza-
and judge them personality to keep Florida moving East; It could ..
He a bill to necessary Jt-" .. .
by personality. One stands processes. pushed forward.We way: Is the consideration that over- _: ".-00" .....". JON lion. little post-operative care
guard against land-fraud advertising weakness of and the patient can return to
out above all the rest as best fitted ; a law to make doctors report like the frankness of this bidding appears a TOP OF SITUATION- regular daily activities when he
a For
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by background, experience bill Osier E many tournament players. Displaying an to getaway leaves the hospital Patients as
cases of child abuse; a once-straight-A student, Navy Pita Pus HPut Is there 24 boards urge
and strength of rN raIN example, were old as 75 years have successfully
temperament of to curb the home improvementsracket veteran (Bronze Star), Methodistlay 3S Pau (All pin) played by 12 pairs on March from the crowd, a undergone the stapes
character to serve as governor ; legislation to enlarge state minister and devoted familyman. 6. Eliminating six boards, duck took flight to the top mobilization operation for deafness
Florida-John E. Mathews. schools for mentally retarded We believe he is capableof Many Naples players might which were cold-turkey,eas lly- of a car, surprised David There is no age limit and
The first thing that impressesyou children. He pressed for place. providing the leadership our dissent on this bidding; their arrived-at game contracts, we O'Hananan of Denver,Colo. the experience l by local anesthesia is rendered painless
about John Mathews is that ment of government printing under state needs, of presenting an attractive opinion that West Is too strongfor
he doesn't talk In curves. His the state purchasing lawanact image to other parts of a simple overcall; a take- -
platform isn't filled with gimmicks which Mathews believes has the nation and instilling confidence out double should be more ap

He isn't promising pie in saved the state some $20 million. in Florida government. propriate. This consideration A. Vernon Allen's Latest HitYes
the sky. If the voters are lookingfor might be correct, except that
someone who will offer a 4 Florida needs John Mathewsand West would then be demand- you can call it a hit because when Vernon Allen buildshe
basket of pledges which cannot He advocates solving racial disc we recommend him as the Ing from partner, at East, builds and finishes. This custom home features paneled walls in
Mathews is not putes by keeping lines of communication most outstanding candidate for either a two response in Dia-
be fulfilled John
living loom and dining loom, 3 bedrooms;! and two tile baths, terrazzo
their man. open between the governor on the May 5 ballot. monds or In Clubs ... with pos
and and multitude of
floors, central air conditioning heating a many
races and settling issues on a sibly a zero hand in either of
other fine features'including a completely and beautifully landscapedlot
reasonable basis before they are these Minors. However, the
the at 680 Wedge drive overlooking the Moorings Golf course.
taken into streets. take-out does permit West, In
f ( -- later bidding, the opportunityto Offered by

show a strong 17-count In 'l000I130i/11
THE Spades. Since E-W Is vulnerable J..t,,, 7e 'C
TAMPA TRIBUNE and since East had already -

hwwM TU rmncxi COMUKT,IWM< pt .. passed, It could be assumed 630 Fifth Avenue, South i
I T nt*****n r n.ri* that the probabilities ofa

/ C. COUNCIL tortm* W hiUibr game contract are slight. For Phone MI 25359
/.DIM a.Cw.,..),. .CC this reason, I personally pre-
Y.M. ..
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Editorial c -1.11...,. Y.-tie,Gila fer the overcall If the take- or 2.5249 I

out Is your preference, then I

OUR OWN CHOICE, after victions For example, although --- I Ik
them.
After
long consideration of the men he is from a North Florida the scandal over ex
and their records, is Senator area travagant borrowing and spend .,j -
strongly segregationist in senti- i
Mathews ing by the;Turnpike '
Authority
,
ment he
was one of the leaders he
helped
Mr. Mathews has the advantage in the successful fight pass legislation tight
against
of having served bills ening control over its activities :
in both which would have closed and
houses. And, over-all, his record public schools to prevent integra handling.limiting fees to bond dealers 4 ELECT
for effectiveness in the Legisla tion. And he is the only guber- also state borrowings. He
ture is better. He is the only natorial candidate we know who ture pushed bills through the Legisla

legislator to have been voted by went into Polk County, the phosphate bids requiring competitive
on state
printing, at a
newsmen most outstanding center, and told the saving ." aM
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people estimated
member" in both as high as $2 million
House and Senate he believed phosphate and mineral

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Although he represents a big mines ought to pay a severance year. * B. M. "BILL"SENTELL ;
county and the urban view, hegets tax. Senator :
Mathew's
c. along well with public record -
legislators. small-county He believes In sound fiscal and his personal history leadus _
policies. He does not engage in to believe that he would as
His philosophy is middle-road. the demagogue's game of voting Governor, give Florida the lead-
He is candid in discussion and for new appropriations and then ership its problems demand and
he has the courage of his con voting against new taxes to meet its opportunities deserve.

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Times strongly endorses Mathews is a political "doer" been called the floor leader for ;
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Mathews for these reasons I not a "promiser. good government.

** Mathews will be a more effective f MATHEW HAS WON seven This is the kind of leadership
governor than any of the awards for effectiveness as a Florida needs in the governors 3
other candidates. maker of laws including The office.
Mathews has the best recordof Times '61 and '63 citations as a On the critical issue of race
accomplishments valuable to most valuable member of the relations, Mathews believes the May 5th Primary

Florida. legislature. His honors have been governor's office should be a positive ,

Mathews is the most knowledgeable voted both by Florida newspaper force. We think Mathews
candidate on Florida's editors and by legislators with could create for Florida a new
solve them. whom he served. climate of harmonious racial
problems and ways to

I most* Mathews forthright has campaign.conducted the the For'63 his session outstanding, Mathews work has in progress. I will make my decisions after a careful evaluation of


II of all the facts



FLORIDA MUST HAVE THE BEST My vote will be cast reflecting the wishes of the majority -


QUALIFIED MAN FOR GOVERNOR



My door will always be open to hear the comments of


JOIN THE MATHEWS VICTORY any citizenIf



MARCH VOTE MAY 5



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For 'Grand Advance'The the man ;,,

hour of reckoning In the Not expecting to see you again
Civil War arrived 100 year ago before the spring campaign i .behind : .
this week opens," Lincoln wrote Grant on
Ulysses S. Grant, after six May I, "I wish to express In this : '"
week preparation,gave the or. way my entire satisfaction with te1''Of' ;
den for the "fraud advance" of what you have done up to this : :
qt> e Union armies against the South, time If there Is anything the ; :
.tin and when those orders went out, wanting which Is within my powerto v.v ,
e they meant the beginning of the glvi:, do not fall to let me
end of the Confederate States of know it. And now with brave .
America. army, and a just cause, may
They meant that Grant's 1m. God sustain you.If .
mediate army the Army of
the Potomac under George Gor. LEE E READYOn
miracle
don Meade would move out of the other side of the Rapl
Its winter quarters, cross the dan River from Grant's head. ..
s Raptdan River and smash Into quarters, Gen. Robert E. Lee
the smaller army of Gen. Ro. was ready and waiting for the
1' bert E. Lee's Army of Northern "grand advance." Throughout
4P 1
Virginia. the winter he had worked to equip ;,
They meant that three armies his (0,000 men and to keep themIn Florida the lens of JL.
sees the face of change through a surveyor'sinstrument..the *, ,
under Gen. William
TecumiehSherman fighting spirit. Although the ..... .... .,'
would move from Chat. army still was far from being
tanooga toward Dalton, Ga., and well equipped, its moral was windshield of a giant drag line.. and the window jof \,: :
smash Into the army of Gen. high.
Joseph E. Johnston. He had mapped his campaign. welder's helmet. He is of thirty-five hundred "Men Behind the
They meant that the army of Hi dad considered various moves a one ,..
Gen. Franz Sigel would begin Including a counteroffensivebut -
moving up the Shenandoah Valley had concluded on a simplebut Miracle" at Gulf American Land Corporation changing the face of .
In Virginia toward Lynch effective defense: to fight
; k'- burg; they meant that the armyof Grant right where he was-alone
P Florida by virgin acreage into valuable usable land at
I Gen. Benjamin Butler would the Rapldan and Rappahannock turning raw, ,
move from Fortress Monroe toward Rivers. "1. see no better
Richmond south of the plan for the defense of Golden Gate Estates..into a modern, thriving community at
James River; they meant that Richmond" he wrote President
Gen. Nathaniel Banks would aban. Davis. "I have no uneasiness
don his pursuits In the west as to the result of the cam. Cape Coral, both on Florida's burgeoning Gulf Coast.
NO SNAP SHOT Navy and move, with the navy, against paign."
photographer found that Mobile; and they meant a small He positioned his forces; he "
getting shots of the loading army was to move from the ordered all surplus baggaga sent He plays an important part in Florida's economy, for Gulf American ,
of the 3rd Marine divisionat Kanawha River in West VIr. to the rear; and he ordered troops ,',
White Beach Okinawa ginta toward Southwest Virgin. from the rear to move forward.On has paid over $26,800,000 to its Florida employees in the form of salaries
la. May 2, he and a group of
was no Marine divi- climbed Clark's
his officers
snap. .
ALL UNDER GRANTAll and sales compensation during the past five He contributes to
sion was on its way to of this, Involving nearlya Mountain and looked through years. 1.Florida's >, .
fleldglasses across the river to
maneuvers in the Pacific. half under million the men single, was command to occur the army.bustling Lee activity pointed In downtothe the Feder.al growth, for in addition to bringing the state new residents and'I

of Grant. And on April 27, Grant
river at two points Germ anna
fixed the date for it to begin: tourists and business and Gulf American '
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S c n May 4,1864.As and Ely's Fords. lie said he stimulating new more jobs,
I LICENSE believed the Federals would

DURING YOUR made, final President preparations Lincoln wishedhis were cross. there..Thlrty.sIx..h.ou sl.ater.t huge has paid over $1,486,000 in taxes to County and State Governments. :;' >J.

BIRTH MONTH new commander "Godspeed. advance would start. at tne two

fords Indicated by Lee. He is a good neighbor and a conscientious citizen. member of :' .


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Here are 36 acres ot high land on little AAwco Uland. removing it, however, you
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This includes 900''of beautiful beach and Extends 1400 wants to know how to
do it without leaving a mar.
deep to the Inland Waterway, Hundreds of virgin When paint is dry-

Sabal) Palms make this ideal for sub-dividing $72,000 thoroughly dry-dampen a
sponge with hot water or -a"
(terms available). Phone Ml 2-2452 now! lighter fluid and wipe over I
the tape.
It should loosen. Then you 4 Wi s.Y
f J.Wilson DycLes ReAhor } Just peel it off.
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BY ANNE SWENSON 1 TI IRISTIISNoINE .. Collier CewityFbfMa Cellar CewittyFlerUa

C.AP Is really busy pre / -* J }M TOM JIITCI LU1.C01GAESSIO.1'.4L $ .

paring for the 'state SARCAP UTAH e Y V DLL,
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td beheld here In Naples, May \ r.VA L
2. Some 400 members (cadets \AL\ '' NUMWIrNle. J
and seniors)are expected. Several
hotels and motels are making ORLA For United Statet Senator 1J
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their rooms available to visiting
.CfA.P.personnelatgreat- (Vote for One) OOHIM J
ly reduced rates. They are the
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Edgewater Beach Apartments TERAS HAWAII
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the Sea Shell Motel, the Beach Au H
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Club Hotel and Howard John.on's o Daylight Timl D D.C. !
Motor Lodge. The Edge-
said be already Standard Time
water Is to roe ..a H I. (Ml
filled. oIQN60Na.a.N F05THnoun
Mi..d Tim.. \
Here Is the fast of the man
ning table for the cadets as
promised. officer Is WIIAT TIME IS IT?-That's going to be the question uppermost in many minds for STATE RM.NKrN ch..AN I.
f Joe Pruneau Training Information officer months to come, as daylight time holds sway in various portions of the nation. Regulations !
; peculiar to individual regions are too numerous to list on newsmap, above, but
I' and recruiter is George main qualifications are as follows: Generally observed dates for Daylight Saving Time For Governor
Frye; communications officeris are from April 26 through Oct. 25. Other arbitrary stop-and-start dates for daylight lime In. ..
Beth Lee, transportation and prevail in Montana, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin Illl IJ J
maintenance officer Is Jim Dy- Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland. Vote( for Ont
and of fleer -
chest supply finance '
is Blal Hearth, first Hearth and Flight B Leader Is ces ol manpower equipment vice and to further nation's .....
sergeant Ray Addison. In Search and Rescue, to fulfill air and space supremacy ann
Is and l
Spencer chaplaln'l
George IT'S A FACTi The mission Its role of readiness to through systematic aerospace dI"
aid Is
Wendy Snow. of Civil Air Patrol Is to meet local and national emergencies education and training program.
Flight A Leader b Micky employ voluntarily Its resourIII to motivate the youthof Next Hangar Scoop will have a. a..A)
America to the highest Idealsof Information about the CAP MAnns .
i 101 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Sunday, April 28, 1961 leadership and public ser- USAF relationship. d ,
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For every lot punhiiwr, Royal lUrbor will build MCDIMjormi !
1 lumlmj dock fret of chirgt Or, if you prefer,contribute For County CommitilonorMrtrfc JJ
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General M.n.K r.or t-rnie Blodvetl .t Midway 1 74K.
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Little Girls Learn Early about Fashion COLLIER COl'\TY NEWS 11B .'...ft: .

Sunday, April 28, 1964 .
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I J NEW AP YORK Fashion(tAP Writer) Influence shill US Lawyer

f ( until she Is 6, asthephllos- GULF
i".l phI goes, and she will be yours

..., .. the forever ushum. It I industry* a phlloaoph takes)'which very Turns TeacherIn

aN much to h@art
\ I lap conspirators are them <
; "t'nMs 1 willing propagandist France
tor I ihe cause of clothes :
1 -1 i o,'isi mustiest from the very betiiiu I 01 l\lHl" Ohio I \PII' VMMI TOWERS
,; 'ig nt their ( i\ ",'Mlli Whontfxer ,Uldl> di "1
r; 1'r" Ciniim of their dau htet's '' ',tn l.njuago in high, '
(lues. I'nvlttinf accomplices l h"'I'l I > ,is returned' 10 the nurd ,a
aro proud diddles, unable to conceal SHUMUM I t about aear ol
\ their pleasure at the sight tea I >. ,m one ol Kranct' helcho
.. I' -.{ their dress.up sweethearts .iv,
1977 GULF SHORE BOULEVARDDirectly
tt .. : f ; "I hI' idea rinse would haveocvi.nt '
Pl'r' fps love of h* utlful ."
.. \ 10 me in the t.S.
: : .J' t, t"l' I I' Inherent In some wee any litford R. lAipl' Cloud :*. 1, on the Gulf in The Moorings
Indies Thli seems loflra!, But of 1''li'IIf. Ohio, the la\er--
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where 'crop and chromosomes turn'? i te poturv 1NChtr.
SMAI I FASHION! : PI ATF<;...Pra.t\ral\ l and! prettU the miss at left In a reversible wrap- have not don the Job. mothers liui i louil-kon l'i the speaker

I around apron dress made of a crisp Mntrel rayon The skirt Is I lined In madras with n atih- art -ertaln to make lip for It with of Ohm's. llou** of Rrprttenutitfv
Ins pants and kenhlef. The root and hat set at right .U also made of wrinkle! mltttntrantrrl environmental) and conditioning ttdnn't in hIS name
lend. Mo .ilread\ France
war in
rayon with low poi-V..t.. shoulder tans, and striking Hue madras lining. '
factorsMothers\ ** .111 mman m Iht Ohioir \ -
I were conditioned bv Ilrnrul 1 nrarJ wing called to a('me I I
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their own mothers to love prettygarments duty timing heirhiemng of tension
o\er Herlm .in |96l.
Until thewer old
"I anted to reel I had ome--
enough to complet their education thing h'h"" for the *\pntnio :
by poring over the fashion ," Cloud' your, So h< "beganmtuhing '
magarlnet, thetrained In matters I Ircnih. Then, ht your,
of style and color and taste he lodined he could .uin'
WANT ROOM TO dressing dolls Fuiope" for as much a" a very '
after shedding hit uniform and
NOW, of course, the\ havereal, (till get government iranspnrlalion I "
live dolls to dress, and the pro- home. 'I'IIIJ'J"'
r -ren begins all over again with \, a result, he and twoir
Guam huddiei made a I!.nllll"l1
who will grow
another generation
post xemce trip, t'pon' returning ,
CAT? and later
v SWING YOUR up to play with dolls to P.! u, he learned that an ap-
to pore over sl)9e I fashion sla.v ph, .11"111" he had placed earlier
"* forver.Of with the French government wan
\ course, the rhlldrenswear apptn\ed and he had "been up GULF TOWERS is the finest apartment value

Industry has had to keep up Its at pointed. the Lycra"'"iMant de Saint in I nglmh"Cloud. ever offered in Naples Indeed a steals statement. t

end of the bargain> naUr.d that However, every Sunday a few words about Gulf
have smartly 'is made to give the aludvnl
best the kind of education he Towers will simple words embellished '
they are dealing with the 11 appear .
fashlon-educatcJ generation of mentally able to abaorb. A lycteIt with meaning rather than stereotyped adjectives, '
school for
a preparatory atu
1 Take a look at the specious mothers ever Pretty colors and "
\ t5s.nllaltolh.m dents who hope to go on to a justifying that statement Because Gulf Towers
loll in Pine Ridge Extension > practicality Ire Uf1ll '''lIy. After lent, evaluation
acre below the the first
from ground
but these qualities are nctvry- by teiuhera and to a was planned up, :

C suburb of Naples, thing. There has to be as much lu< u", .1 extent toimld. ration of of this series deals with the land and grounds of
.
,e' In littlegirls' the \''''''lJslt'r' deaire. ihildren j
three and ono-halF smartness and style, are Kepjjaied at the age of ): Gulf Towers in this prestige area of beautiful
only 6 months, as thesemothers' I II. ...: I
( I own sir IPs and 1Z*, wrme go in IYl't.IY1.. lit Naples 1 :
miles north of the City
The challenge Is a big one, but technical aihooU and I

limits. designers. of pre-school wardrobes stay. in rlrmenlary mhooln
whuh they may later go to"Iher.I"
have mt It beautifully.
naalsihooU' ahrnlhey're
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Gulf Series No.1
Miles of well paved streets Providing part of the Impetus Is or clue go out into the Towers
haul couture, both In Paris and work" ,
y' add to the charm of this In our own garment districts. \DIKI.ipline' generally II i Unit ',,',' E
in I Punch airuioU, C'lnlllllhlllk., '*;1, i
reasonably priced commu Some of the biggest names In and there are virtually no enlra- ,? +
fashions! are creating better cUrricular 8lliviliu."h..n LAND i
THE
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nity of small estates stvles: for little people 1 h people I talked with :,)
They know that without a doubt who hud taught m the U.S. j,,,
that! these well-dressed little thought American shoots carried ;:: The Gulf Towers property is owned, not leased,
Ask any Realtor to give you democracy tar far," he aays, .
ladles will grow up to be well- "Their point wu that not everyone and is part of the entire development No high !

t the details, tract map ..ndCoven.nt. dressed adult ladles, good paying has the same ability." ground rental is included in the cost of your apartment I

customers fashion.. On the other hand, Cloud and you can never be plagued by jeopardy !
for Pine Ridge thinks the French might he able
Uttle boys are Ihr loners In
of Investment arising from the Icaaor'a.tra11lac.
I UA 4 I j i ..f-'r-i--- .-.. '> mull to learn someihing from Amerhcane I .1
this
Extension, the new conceptfor plot They grow up to about the group approach tons involving the land. Doth the building and I
earn the money to pay the price teamwork on aome things, -
the land arc owned outright, free of all encum
better Florida living. of thelrwlves't shlon-ronarlous althouir he addaj; "You can't I
brances by the apartment homeowners.
ness, now being Instilled aay one" way la right and one

But they are too young to wor wrong, I

ry about that now, and when they We need our trees! !

are old enough, It will be too
Southern waxllnndaare
amongour
late.
moat imxirt| nt Hourren of THE' GROUNDS "
t t
IIONO LULU(A PI)- Pineapple JOM) raw mutt-rial, iwenicU'Ruty
ins TENidge don't have reedy, and the food and wildlife. When '
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market shol'rer'fohahly ilocmi'tcare Gracious living is the product of many things,

rot way or the other any you uw fire for any purtxiHc, and just as important the absence of I
way. l"e careful. It takes only onerpnrk
nut this fact hu irked horticulturists t / to tart a forent fire. many others. !It Is a complete absence of the !

Created by Collier Development Corp. in Hawaii one of the commonplace Gulf Towers has further achieved

greatest pineapple growing area c: HELP SMOKEY true gracious living by surrounding this( elegant I
for year, *o the 1'mvcrsity' of i
110 Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2-2131 Hawaii and the f Pineapple Research BEAR PREVENT structure with tropical gardens designed by the

Institute of Honolulu have /''m\ FOREST FIRES t professional landscape architect of Superior
NAPLES, FLORIDA teamed up to find out \why the t
Gardens Inc. The of the underground
; unseen brauty
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YOUR LOCAL REALTOR uccullent, yellow pineapple inbarren. IN THE SOUTH I
SEE
OR
I ,Y; watering system, operated by time clocks,
- > t insures continued green and serene beauty This
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setting of splendor, from Gulf Shore Blvd. to'I 1
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HOWDY the white sandy beach of the Gulf, is another

r reason why, inevitably, your concern for the

/" ultimate in gracious living will lead you to Gulf
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I HAVE LIVED IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS
r : Gulf Towers of Naples, Inc. .

AND HAVE BEEN A RESIDENT: OF COLLIER COUNTY SINCE 1J.I5.
;;; 1262 Third St., S. Naples, Florida :


I OWN AND OPERATE A SUPER-MARKET AT IMMOKALEE: AND, I AM I r//

ACTIVE IN THE CIVIC AFFAIRS OF: THAT COMMUNITY. I.: I: NamoAddress ;

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APPRECIATE YOUR CONSIDERATION YOUR SUPPORT AND ., City Stote.
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Recreation DIRTY WORK nautics and Space Administration that soap may break down the to Mar, First landing of an unmanned
I CAPE KENNEDY Fie (AP) says studies show thatdissemination body oila which help prevent American capsule may
i Techmuans who work on the of organisms from dissemination of these occur in 1966,
CalendarMONDAY >, first t.:,5. spacecraft intended to the human body la five times as organisms."
lard on Mara may be banned from great just after a person takes a Some astronomers believe the
taking baths, bath or shower than It Is a few Bathless workers ate among moon ia covered with a deep lay
1:00 p.m. .. Senior Citizens LB. Hall, special quarantine hours later, measures NASA is considering to er of dust somewhat like quick
meeting Woman's Club. cf!.,cer with the National Aero- "One theory," Hall says, "is avoid transporting earth microbes send.sviG .

1:30 p.m. .. Adult tennis
clue Cimbler Park
2:00 p.m. .- Senior Citizens
huflleboard Gambler Park
5tl5 p.m. .. Adult beginner

golf Course.class Big Cypress Golf at


TUESDAY
1:00 p.m. .. Senior Citizens
bowling Brookside Bowl.
r 4iOO p.m. ... Advanced tennU -
class Cambler Park
7:30 p.m. ... Adult tennis BIGLEY'SNORGE
class Cambler Park.
7:30: p.m. .- Men's Softball
league Gambler Park: Pub
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lIx vi Stone; Tropics vs Stahl-
man.

WEDNESDAY SAFE AND SEAWORTHY was the pronouncement of A. P. Ayers, commander .

2:00 p.m. -- Senior Citizens of the Naples Flotilla of the Coast Guard Auxiliary, after he had
shuffleboard Gambler Park. inspected the boat given to Friends >f the Library by Charles Kling of
5:15: p.m. Adult Intermediate Galleon Drive. A picture of the boat was printed in Tuesday's issue of the CJ"e 9t e4yain !
golf class Big Cypress NEWS and the boat was sold Wednesday morning Plans which had been
Golf Course. nade by Friends of the Library for the inspection were cairied through to
be certain that the new owner had biuyht a sound xessel. Proceeds from
THURSDAY ;he sale will KO toward the construction of the new Collier County Free
4:00: p.m.Intermediate tennis Public Library (NEWS photo)

class Gambler. Park. FAMILY SIZE DEE-1010 (ElerJGENERAL
5:15 p.m. Adult beginner of
company military police a
golf class Big Cypress Golf Rudolf Hess Former Hitler the jail. AWE-1010
Course. The military guard origlnall Y] .a
7:30: p.m. .. Men's Softball was posted to prevent any attempt m
League Gambler Park: Pub- by Germans to rescuE

llx vs Stahlman; Tropics vs Deputy In Prison 29 YearsBERLIN their former leaders.
Stone, The other Inmates are Baldui
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von Schlrach, the former leader

FRIDAY (AP-fludolf Hess, His dark, glaring eyes are deep. of the Hitler Youth, 57, ant -
Albert Speer, Nazi munitions \ \ ._ -
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9:30 a.m. Adult tennis once Adolf Hitler's deputy, has ly sunken. ,
class Cambler Park. become so eccentric that he "His thick eyebrows are bush. minister, 59. Both complete 20
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sometimes howls like a wolf In ier than ever, but now gray. year terms in 1966.
Citizens
1:00: p.m.Senior Hear Is In for life. Nurember
his prison cell, says a man In "He looks a strange sight as I Ibe
bowling Drookslde. a position to know. he shambles around In an old rules require sentences to tTT
Hess Is 70 Sunday. He has German army si I cap and a lone served In full, although otherihave ;

IIIOR THAM HALF OPTOIRISTS been behind bars 23 years military overcoat that flaps from been Spandau prematurely because released of 11! k--'
First he
ORIDA'S WILL was In British captlv around his ankles
RETURN FOR ANOTHER VISIT I I12B IecM.I Ity after flying to England on a "His mental state has not health. 7
would I
"peace mission" In 1941. Then Improved with the years. The Western powers II
he was sentenced (to life by the "Some nights he howls like a probably be glad to shut dow I 4 ___
Nuremberg International trlbun. wolf In his cell. what Is likely the world's most: rI
al for war crimes. "The soldiers on guard can expensive prison per capita
GREET For 17Vi years h. has been hear him plainly and sometimes But the Soviets have blocked all I
In the Allied War Crimes PrisonIn they get so fed up with It that moves to grant clemency to the FEATURES
the Berlin suburb of Spandau. they howl back at him." three men.
An and other convictedwar When Hess explodes Into one I
officer who saw him re. Hess two
of his Speer and Vo I CONTROLS
criminals rages
cently says are the only occupants
Schlrach try to calm him down Rotary Timer Knob-120 Min.
"Hess looks every day of his of the prison built to .
riaeoa reusie.raa.e ace hold 600 Inmates. The prison Is "Pull yourself together," the) GENERAL FEATURES 3 HeaLSelections
rarasipu "//II. skin Is deeply wrinkled. guarded In rotation by AmerU hiss at him In defiance of the a Contoured Control Panel
can, Russian, British and no- alklng rule.
French troops. This month It Is Hess has no visitors, althougt CONTROLS
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS I Sunday, the American turn have allowed one 30-mlnute visit a
April 26, 1984 to a Dual Cycle Rotary Timer
month. He says he won't see hit
I wife and son until he is In bet. Single SpeedS
ter circumstances.He 3 Water Temp Selections $$13888WITH
. writes regularly to them,I Safety Spin .
however, Mrs. Hess cays. e Off Balance Load Reset suflonJ
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/ Hess astounded the world b>
1)QHIlYIifIYI1Z7NEW parachuting out of a fighter
plane over Scotland May 10, TRADE
1941. $16888 J
The British said Hess announced <.
HOME AND GUEST HOUSE he had come on I
"mission of humanity.') He WITH TRADE
1 IjNlOlRIGIEI I
SO. GOLF DRIVE wanted to persuade the British
they had lost the war and I
fs' should make peace with Nazi
Germany.
j Hitler was enraged and dls.
owned his favorite The Nazis
said Hess had become "the vic:
+ r a tim of hallucinations." Automatic Washer 2WERVICEWin1
At Nuremberg, Hess was con.
vlcted of plotting against peace
and of planning, inciting and

war carrying through aggressive SO DEPENDABLE -

At his trial Hess said he con. ;
sldered Hitler "the greatest son
produced by the German people it's backed
in 1,000 years." by a

"" There is no indication he has
-- changed this view.RE.WORKED .

./ '';:, ,&: ';"' : ROCKETS includes all parts and labor ask about it!

'... ;, ; f' CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP-
If"'I: Thor missiles, 60 of which
,. _...:.. ... :', stationed Great Britain were
in as a ERE-1302 ERE-1304
This gorgeous new home and Guest house It located on So Golf Drive overlooking stopgap measure until the United
the Golf Course, Immaculately planned In evnyway, this house has 3 bedrooms, States developed intercontinental
range rockets,are being converted
2 tiled baths, beautifully appointed kitchen features and a two car garage The for use as space boosters. yNr.lL
house Is centrally air-ronditloned and heated. The Guest house has over 550 tq. ft. The 1,500-rmle-fange Thor
of living area and one tiled bath. Priced very reasonable at only $39,500 were removed from Britain in
1963 and are being altered at the
eOe
Douglas Aircraft Co. plant in
Tulsa Okla. The Air Force is
SUNDAY Noon 'til Dark using the reworked rockets for

OPEN several space probes. t
600 Wedge DriveIn siftPLUS =

The Moorings

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STATE ATTORNEY

GENERAL FEATURES
FEATURES
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f Al t t v a SvHoc Central Switch.
Electric Clock with 1 Hour Timer
tr e Appliance Outlet

< CABINET, OVEN, IROILER
$$14888WITH a Full Width Storage DrawerS

Porcelain Broiler Pan and Grill
iiI Shelves
Located on Wedge Drive overlooking the Gulf Course in the Mooring, this floor 2 Oven

plan provides for every family need and ple.1ul: ,, Screened porch directly! off the TRADE
liv"r: room, rachel through a beautiful, euyuperating sliding glue wall Centrally $17888WITH
located:! kitchen, for servce: to the family room. breakfast bar, and the dining area
Owners suite I. completely separate and prlnte Two full tile baths and three
bedrooms complete with central air conditioning\ and heatlnlf Kitchen has disposal Olve TRADE
and fully automatic oven and range House has a large two-rar enclosed ,arae.

Priced J.o sell .t only 28,500, FRANKSCHAUB


WESLEY G. A.I.tea: BIGLEY'S INC.

Earl L Frye Erwin G. Do..agRurnhim

.'j n OW N I N G Rufus p a second term

,\ J.I Ph. Ml 2-217 II your 769-775 5th Avenue, South Ml 2-5184

M: 5th Avenue. South. Arras fr.. STATE ATTORNEY

Realtor First National Bank In Maple F'-- tread Political A4v,> Naples Shopping Center MI 2-4522




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