The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1964 8 Page 10 CENTS 40TH YEAR W.W I'M
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Teacher Salaries ST. PETERSBURG (AP) A
Florida educator has urged city
managers to name the real lead

Countering with a "sur teachers be paid $150 expense RevisionThe ers of the Negro population to
prise" proposal which was money If hired. !* i / Blar i ia community biracial committeeseven
though they may consider
called "Incentive pay" the Mrs.Jones immediately them trouble makers.
County School Board voted 3- the motion a second. '
-- Dr. Charles U. Smith head of
1 to delay until May 18 any Reynolds said"this Is a sur- the department of sociology at
action on the 1964-65 teacher prise to me." Zoning and Planning Board Of the 13 licenses, seven have thinking of the nearly .vacant Florida A and M, told SO Florida
salary schedule proposedby "It is an example of a proposal virtually wrapped up Its two.year been granted since 1961. No block of land on the south side city managers Monday that unless

Superintendent W.D. without sufficient timeto r revision of the Zoning ordinance exterior signs will be allowed In of 12th Avenue South, between they do so, the Negro com
yooIds. study It," said Rogers. at a meeting this morning. connection with home occupa. First and Second Streets. This mlttee members will be power
.t Copies of the zoning code, lions, the board decided. has been called the "Pines lets to speak for the Negro
This Is the second time the wwY which has been revised exten. block," after the Pines, a 1'!a. community.
salary proposal has been de- lively, are being prepared at this PARKINGThe story frame building located In

layed. Board Member E. was not opposed to time The current board goes board renewed an earlier the block This building was par. Sections of the Deep South
r George Rogers asserted at the incentive raises but was opposed out of office next month, and U recommendation when It asked tlally deetroyedbytlrelastweek. were raked by small tornadoesand

regular April meeting he had to dropping yearly raises will hold one more meeting to Council to consider buying some high winds Monday< Injur.
Insufficient time to study the for teachers. He tabbed make a few last.mlnute changes land for parking and recreational Ing at least 10 persons The

proposal. He was supportedby the Rogers proposal the"merit before presenting the revised purposes between the old Naples Fire DangerIn Plains states were hit by thick
members Sara Jones and system which teachers as a ordinance< to City Council. Hotel and the fishing pier. It snow and winds up to 81 miles
group oppose." Council will hold public hear. was noted that parking space In an hour.
Philip Crews.
Each time Superintendent "During an election year ai log, probably within the next the area is scarce on busy days, County Now An overabundance of mo...
month or so before It adopts and the traffic Is congested.
those who propose a salary ture combined with a hlghJevel
Reynolds has protested vigor- the revised code.ANNUAL. Principally, the board was cold front to the unstable
ously, claiming the delay will raise get the credit the At Record Peak cause
air over the Southeast
board opposing the criticism -
"throw a road lock" Into preparations gets REVIEWThe
of the budget and getting ," said Rogers. board< decided this morning Juvenile Gets "Extreme fire danger grips
NEW YORK (AP) Arnold
out teacher contracts. The superintendent failed to 9a to ask that home occupation 11. South Florida",District Forester
Rogers opened the see how the electlon year entered censes be reviewed annually by Shock Treatment R.C. Hill announced today. the Coldwag militant, chief spokesman for
Brooklyn chapter
reading Into the situation. Council Due to the drastic lack of rain
cusslon .. Presently, these 11-
yesterday by a .rro"t.- From The of the Congress of Racial
The hassle centered on "ac. censes are of Indefinite length Judge over the past months, the fire
long prepared motion. It included Equality has been sentenced to
EVERGLADES J. P. Forrester of Couton, Ga., There 13 home
are be extended Into
action of the ross-the-board raises, where occupation Richard M. season will 13 months In jail.
postponing Judge Stanley
proudly stands beside his 6 ft. 7 in. tarpon caught licenses currently In force some
because he
schedule that teachers be paid Jones gets a raise simply successfully administered May, said. Sentence was Imposed by
; Smith got one. It was Sunday about noon in Russell Pass. The Silver of them nearly 10 years old, The Florida Forest Service three Judges In Manhattan
to $250 for additional train- "shock treatment" to a 15-
up Ing; that a teacher's aid program brought out some teachers con- King weighed in at 135 pounds, 6 ounces, at ment according to a Building Depart. year-old boy in Juvenile Court fire danger rating system Is Criminal Court Monday because
be inaugurated; and that tinually seek more training Land rum's Fish Camp in Everglades. Guided by Monday. based on measured fuel mois Qoldwag had persisted< In dlsor.

while "others have not been In James Landrum in a 14 ft. skiff, it took Forresterone The youth had been put on ture and weather conditions and derby civil rights demonstra

school for 15 years." hour and fifteen minutes to boat his catch. New probation for an earlier of their relationship to burning lions while on probation.

Gulf American "We do not want to do something Forrester states he and his friend Curt Stephens, Hearing fense. It was discovered that This relationship is called the er Ooldwag the< sentence lay on was the announced.floor aft.<

which win not produce also of Couton, had planned to fish out of Ever he had altered a school report "burning Index", When this As attendants dragged him a.

Offers School better education," said Rogers glades over the weekend, but Sunday's catch con Sought To Test on his grades and conduct before index reaches 15, the Florida wayne; shouted"Ku Klux Klan

then stated he would not vinced them that they should stay for at least one turning It In tothe Juvenile Forest Service fire-fighting The outburst led Judge Ben.

at yesterday's special session more day's fishing in the Ten Thousand Islands. Ruby's SanityDALLAS officer. Without further com crews are on fire danger alert Jim In Cassman to Impose an
Site To CountyLand vote for the across-the-board ment, the Judge ordered him to On April 16, the burning Index additional sentence of 10 daysfor
raise. Mrs. Jones agreed reached 90"an sn-tinwhigh," contempt of court.
be In
Tex. (AP) Jack locked up a county Jail
for a future county educational In the lengthy discussion, Ruby may escape the electric Cent said Hill. Coldwag, 28, is the son of a

center, from 75 to Reynolds pointed out the board Watermelon FestivalAt chair if his counsel can convincethe Later on In the session, the "The Florida Forest Ser Jewish garment worker and

100 acres, was offered the has to adopt a salary scheduleand Jury In a sanity trial that boy was brought back, rather vice is asking everyone to use brother sociology of at a rabbi. He studied j
School Board sought board cooperation In the balding convicted slayer of great care with fire during Brooklyn College
., County at yes chagrined. He promised no fur- Ooldwag was a major force In I
terday's special session by the one way or another. "If you Immokalee Lee Harvey Oswald Is insane ther mishandling of the reports, this dangerous time. South planning an auto stallJn for the
Gulf American Land Corpora- do not want to approve my proposal Thursday Judge Joe B. Brown said Mon. Judge Stanley noted that the Florida residents don't need opening of the New York

turn It down and approvethe day he will empanel a Jury at. youth has done good work in another large fire to be reminded World's Fair last Wednesday.
tion.CE the first suitable date, In rti
Jung, director of plan 1963-64 schedule to we school, except for "one bad of the big fires of two The plan to tie up traffic
IMMOKALE5; SunFLAvor.. contest'-each rating a groupof i I ..II ooSI to a sanity trial requestAlee"by"'Rtby's"alster "
ning for GALC-made the of-, .can-wt: Jonj 'Eva- week that can happen to any years.ago, said Hill Copped ,
fer. There the budget and other school r?
are -
no strings attached
of quality program, will add vations of apparent external[ Grant. body.
and the board has 10 business watermelons to its list of recognized quality. Texas law requires a Judge to Another boy, who hasn't done Thursday Is Last TALLAHASSEE (AP) Elev.en .
years to act on the offer Jung However three members of quality commodities The melons will be cut hold such a trial if the defense as well In his studies while Japanese governor, on a
said he had Gulf the board stood pat to delay open asks for It. Brown For Absentee
American's during a watermelon festival and each contestant's judgementwill ; Judge presided on probation, wu given two Day 'goodwill tour of the United
to make the offer action over the first monthJong States, visited Florida's capital
authority to be the weeks to catch up on past work
the County.It Board Chairman Leo Chlckerlng. Thursday, April Commissioner 30. actual Interior weighed against trial, In which a Jury rejecteda which he has neglected to do. Ballot Requests city today, looking in on the

was suggested that the educational opposing the Rogers'Continued Agriculture quality. defense plea that Ruby was "Just buckle down and do State Cabinet and the State Su.
will conduct your Is the last Edna
Doyle Conner a Insane Nov. 24 when he shot Orgy| Thursday day preme Court.
center might include a ( on pare 8) brief ceremony marking the beginning WHO WILL BE QUEEN? wald, accused aasassln of President best the judge told him. Cribb Santa, county registrar, The governors, returning avl.lt
Junior college, a trade school, of SunFLAvor John F. The cue of a 10yearoldboy will for absent -
water- Topping off the day's ACtivities Kennedy accept applications to Japan made last year
and perhaps a grade school Humane melon marketing.The will be a contest to name, Ruby's lawyers said Mondaythat wljp; broke Into a neighbor' voters' ballots for the May by several U. S. governors, arrived
It is be located
to centrally, ceremony will be the Immokalee's Watermelon their client's condition has' house and took some articles 8 primary election. In Tallahassee Monday
in the county,limiting the commuting worsened since his conviction was continued so the
Protests Way LBJ highlight of a program beginning tival Queen. Mrs. Santa reminds persons
distance from the three March 14, that his "mind 1s clinical psychologist can study night.During the
who will day, they wee
with a motorcade and endIng has vote absentee ballots
White the its
event -'
population centers,Naples,Im- Picks Up His DogsNEW with a beauty contest. falling apart" and he has delu. the matter further that the ballots must be return- guests of Gov and< Mrs. Furls
the around
and moments, purpose alone that his crime has brought
Everglades.Jung A 15-year-old who drove Bryant u they toured the city.
referred to previous YORK (AP-A spokes.man Prior to the formal prog ram, which all of it revolves Is a serious about a slaughter that will bring without a drives license ed to her office on May 4 In Other points on their visit

conversations with School Superintendent for the Society for the Pre newsmen and other Interested one for those who grow death to 29 million American mised the Judge he will not drive pro- order to be counted She reports were Florida State University,
ventlon of Cruelty to Animals citizens will tour watermelon and market watermelons. Jews that 74 voters have taken the Tallahassee Junior Museumand
W.D. he
Reynolds relative until
a license.
said today the organization Is fields and watch U finds insane gets out ballots
to school Sites In the loading opera- SunFLAvor is the"most ambitious a Jury Ruby the governor's mansion
Cityof "very much against" President tions. marketing undertaking he will be committed to a state

Golden Gate. Five sites Johnson, or anybody, picking About 1:30: p.m.,attention will In the history of Florida agri- InktltuUon.
were considered at the time. dogs by the ears. Dr. Louis Jolyon West,
be focused on arrival of Com- "
Jung reported GAle had plansto The President picked up his missioner Conner's private culture missioner, according to Com- chlatry professor st the Unlver. Meet The Candidates

expand the city and gave two beagle pups, Him and Her, A motorcade will Conner. slty of Oklahoma, testified that
that as a reason the board by the ear. on the White House airplane. The seal of quality program, Ruby's hallucinations triggeredhis
should plan for an educational lawn Monday He said he did It accompany the commissionerfrom he believes, will give Florida apparent suicide attempt There
center. 'to make him bark." airport to the Immokalee farmers the incentive to up- Sunday. Ruby banged his head are three candidates seeking votes for County -

Members of the board quickly ''It'. good for Mm," Johnson State Farmers Market, where grade their products while realizing against a cell wall, raising a Commission, District 3, in what looms as one of the
said "and if followed most of the will be sizable knot.
you've ever program the benefits of premium
accepted the offer and followed
dogs you like to hear prices. Judge Brown rejected a defense closest battles on the May 5 Primary ballot
that held.The
Jung's suggestion a them yelp." first official sale of a motion that Ruby be hospitalized
Already, new potatoes and All three candidates have returned to the
committee be appointed to picka The spokesman for the SPCAin SunFLAvor watermelon will for mental treatment. answers

site and study plans. Board New York said picking up occur at the end of the cere sweet under corn the are SunFLAvor being marketed seal Joe TonahlU, a defense lawyer, NEWS questionnaire, and their answers are printed on
Chairman Leo Chickering the hurts them said he had call
dogs by ear. u to Ruby's rabbito
Board Members E, George much u It would hurt people to mony.) Commissioner Conner, No other commodities are calm him after he tried to page 3 as submitted.
who auctioned off a crate of
Rogers, and Superintendent pick them up by the ear. expected to come Into the pro- fight the lawyer earlier Won.
Reynolds were appointed mem- Asked whether yelping was sweet corn for $315 April 16 gram immediately, although by Another set of candidates will appear in tomor-

bers of the committee. good for dogs, he said Ms only in Pahokee when that commodity next fan It Is anticipated thata day.Dr.. West said Ruby "Is com. row's edition, those runing for School Board District 2

Sites discussed comment was that "If some. entered theSunFLAvorprogram wide range of products win pletely preoccupied with delusions
were in the
area of the proposed North body picked you up by the ears, will auction single me- be Involved. of the persecution of Jews Lester Whitaker, Emolee S. Barrett, Lillian Miller.
of Golden Gate. One site Is you'd yelp too." Ion.After The Florida Department of .
John Netf executive -- - -- -- -- ---
vice the auction, a groupof Agriculture supervises the quality
the Immokalee
along Naples president of the American Ken. leading Immokalee citizens
Road at the point where the road nel Club, said he had never marketing program which
and officials win
government was authorized in the 1963 Le
makes a sharp to the heard that Johnson's
curve treatment (
In a melon Judging t r
north was good for beagles gislature. Jr

S6f, e Z :

I Local Cost Of Federal Aid, $1.09 Per $1State rotM 't4J' t'' w L,.. .

(SPECIAL TO THE NEWS) of Florida in fiscal year This was equivalent to $1 that basis, having to pay J2.10 ruk i e diA w il y p >t w rrJ t'T'1

1963 went to Washington as thestate's in Federal aid for every $1,09 for each jl In aid. Delawarewas
NEW YORK--Interns of dol-
of the Federalaid
portion contributed. second with 203. Most
lars and cents, how wen does About $126.300 The ratio varied between
program. widely favored were Alaska and Mississippi
Collier County fare under theGovernment's 000 was returned In grams of different sections of the where the aid received -

grants In various sorts. country. In some states, the wan four times the expen-

aid program? Collier County taxpayers, a allotments were relatively larger diture. (

Does the consideration breakdown shows, paid out an than In others. se'
The differences are due to a
Into the
taking estimated $431,000 In grants New Jersey fared worst on
the fact that

share of the overall expendi- some areas require

tures that must be borne by more money for public

local taxpayers, render them works than others. There Is

worthwhile or a poor bargain? Thieves Break Into Beach Store no attempt, it Is explained, to

A study of the grants and award grants on a dollar for

their state-by-state distribution Naples police are looking for Access to the building< was dollar basis

has been made by the Tax thieves who broke Into <1Haynes' gained by breakup the lower part During fiscal year 1963 the
Foundation, non-profit Beach Store between 10t of a window In a bathroomin money was distributed for a
organ- 10 Sunday night and '':50 o'clock the southeast comer of the wide of It
ization that keeps tabs public variety purposes.
morning A five
yesterday building gallon pall was
and went for urban renewal, wel-
spending taxation. ,
-' -
found on end< outside the windowon (rP'd

It shows Just how much Is which the thieves had appar. health fare, flood control public- HUMANE SOCIETY Pet Fair volunteers, shown not shown are Dottie Gregg, Tess Hill, Betty

sent to Washington from each Weather Planes window.ently stood to climb through the agricultural recreation price facilities supports receiving final instructions from co-chairmen Alice Decker and Toni and Vicki Belavek. Members of
for dollar that
every comes
back area In the form of aid. Some The cash box was found< miss. teacher training and many Timberlake and Ruby Lind, are Mrs. Mamie Senior Scout Troop 211 will be responsible for
communities coma out ahead NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Jet leg from the refrister.B contained others. Tooke, president of the Bank of Naples (judge) ; refreshments. Entry blanks are available at the

en the exchange and some do planes that soon will ride herd S37. O in bills and< change, ac. A book issued by the Area City Attorney David Spingler and Society Presi Humane Society, Recreation Dept., and various
on Oklahoma tornado clouds cording'' to the report made to schools in Many( unusual pets are
Redevelopment Administration dent Mrs. Walter Keller (judges) ; Society DIrector Collier County.
tot According to the figures study also will of electrical make an discharges additional< Naples Chief of Police Ben S. lists more than 50 such local Mrs. D. R. House (registration desk) ; and expected along with the ever-popular canines and

138000.000 of the taxes that that have been plaguing com Caruthers.store appeared Nothing to have else been In I ito.the programs It ls entitled "Fed- Asst. Recreation Director Ron McCune, who will felines in the Gambler Park Ball Field this Satur-

were collected throughout the merlcal airliners lately lent eral Aids to Communities." also serve as a judge. Among other volunteers day, May 2 at 10 '30 a.m. (NEWS photo)


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Senior I

I United Church ) The 'Most Successful' SeasonThe

Hear under min.ap. Senior Citizens Club of Paul Power and Wicks were

Mrs. to elim Naples concluded Its seventhand designated by the new president -

"most successful" season Walter Harris, to act as
Mrs. Candler Brooks of asked Mon. Monday when 1W members observed a new advisory committee next
the First Presbyterian Churchof at the member birthdays fallIng season and some of the new

Naples will be the principle rid the In April Map, June and committee chairmen were announced

speaker at the May Fellowship : Jurlsdlc. July. The club has met 21 as follows:

luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Friday which times since October 21. 1963 Robert Thomas, newly elected -
at Trinity by the Cove to con.set with a highest attendance of vice president program

Episcopal Church given by the Ion mem. 260 an average of 204 and committee John Krushefsky
United Church Women of Na Sunday In has taken In 143 new membersIn house; Almajacksonsunshtne;

ples. The luncheon will be pre Civic the 1963-1964 period, according Charles Stmondlnger, banquet;
pared by members of the different session. to a report submittedby Ellen Horner, membership;

participating churches. A. Raines, Mrs. Jack Horner whose Robert E. Adams, goodwill;
The Rev. Richard T. Lam First 1nl figures also showed that there Oble O'Brien and Jack Horner

bert. of Trlnlty-by-the-Cove of German. had been a total attendance over music Martin Naarup, shuffle-
will give the Invocation. The that the period of 5,096. board; Sam Bell publicity; and

organist will be Mrs. Henry : Method.the rat The closing session of yearIn Mary Meehan. refreshments.
Watkins Jr.. Episcopal Church Juris the auditorium of the Naples With her and serving as co-

and the soloist will be Mrs. ." Woman's Club, devoted to sing chairmen were Winifred Cross
Larry Wamble of the Methodist Is a ing and birthday partying disclosed and Marsha Spaboda for Mon

Church. the Method. that several couples day's four-months birthday
Mrs. Tracy Day Spencer of composed Others in this
were observing or long party. group
the Presbyterian Church and TRUSS 75 feet long is boomed into place topping: out the workmen's shed since observed their were
under construction at the Builder's Mart Inc. on the north Trail just golden :
President of the United Church jurlsaic. anniversaries C.A. Mary Felghtner Magda Gun-
Women of Naples will welcomethe of Its con. south of the Lee County Line. The truss exceeds by 15 to 20 feet in length wedding Wicks first president of club, derson Sally Watkins Edna

guests and ladles attending anything installed in the area previously said Wesley Henson, general and Edith Wicks are now mark Armstrong Victoria Kolle,
and will make a statement on ) to be manager of the firm. The 110 by 125 foot shed when completed will cover ing their 50th year of marriage, Caroline Kollmeyer Edith

the Significance of the Day. Negro meeting.and more than 12,000 square feet of work space. (NEWS photo) while the B.F. Thorwards the Wicks Winifred Merrill

Mrs. Fred Yarrington. Episcopal the Gen. James McClures, the Robert Eunice Power (Katherine
Church will read the Social Adamses we re also among thoseIn Harer Eva Magateaux. Bess

Scripture.Mrs. told Selecting Jury Union Split On PayingHoffa's the fifty year group. Wilkinson, and Polly Wiggins.
Robert E. Cooper, co- should

chairman in charge otprogram. of the To Try HoffaIn HONORED PLACE
announces the following women Mr. and Mrs.Lorentus Jack James J. Farley
taking part in the Worship Ser "abolish all FeesWASHINGTON than
Attorney son acknowledged more Completes Boot
vice: Mrs. William Dlddel all Fraud Case 61 years of married life when

and Mrs. T.M. Taylor Presbyterian .the local CHICAGO (AP) Selectionof those with the half century record Training CourseJames
Mrs. Harry Parham, a Jury continues today in the (AP-J ames Williams reportedly told executive were called upon to stand,
R. Haifa has backed off froma board members they couldbe J. Farley 17, son of
Methodist. Mrs. Pearl '
trial of
Miller James R. Hoffa, presl. and were informed that those
Mr. and Mrs. James J.
Teamsters Union made responsible Farleyof
I crackling personally
Christian Mrs. Herbert Lee dent of the Teamsters Union
who have passed or are celebrating -
:row over whether the union if they continue authorizing use Naples, has completed basic
and Mrs. Bruce Boynton, Em- seven codefendants on should continue paying his legal of union funds for Hoffa's legal their 50th year are to training at the Naval Training
manuel Lutheran Mrs. Robert charges they defrauded the fees, stirring speculation he is defense take their places at the birthday Center Great Lakes, ni.
Teamsters fund of
Miller Episcopal and Miss million. pension $20 :.losing Ms Iron grip on the Further, Williams reportedly table at each months' ce The nine-week training Includes

Maisie Howard. Macedonia trial Teamsters advised that Hotfa could be liable ., lebration. naval orientation, historyand
clerk of The began Monday before
Baptist VJB. Dlst. Hoffa, never known for duck. for personal income taxes organizatlonseamanshlpor
Mrs. Richard Morris Co- Court, Judge Richard but beset union used to his dnance and military
B. who warned log scraps now by on money pay gunnery
chairman In charge of lunch at the reg. Austin pros. I troubles with the law, yielded to trial .costs estimated In the hundreds ., Johnson, Luff drill, first aid and survival.
of the Na pectlve jurors that the trial may
eon, names committee from last three or four months and a demand by one of his vice of thousands of dollars. To Talk Tonight During the training recruits receive .
the member churches: First April that they will be kept In seclu. I presidents that the union stop Hoffa was said to be angry, tests and interviews which
Christian Mrs. Lester Hern Mrs., Scott lion between court sessions paying the bills until it can be emotional and upset about Wil At Toastmasters determine their future assign
Mrs. Tess Hill and Mrs. Harry and Three panels of 100 venire determined whether or not it is Hams' opinion, which Informed ments in the Navy.
Miller Lutheran Mrs. ILL on men each have been readied for in violation of federal law. sources say came as a bolt old: John Johnson and Gabe Luff
I Edward Bennett Williams, the of the blue and reversed ar I> will be the principal speakersat
well versed. questioning by the battery of deI
Dulaney, Mrs. Bruce Boyntonand Bare FootWrestler Cop
Teamsters general counsel who earlier the regular dinner meetingI ,
t fense opinion.
lawyers and the team of
Mrs. Henry Klein; Presby- were I has defended Hoffa in of of Toastmasters Club ate
t club federal prosecutors.Two some tt appeared to be the I Naples Catch
terian Mrs. G.E. Prldeaux. his legal battles is to the Elks Club Tues.
t Into of. jurors were seated Mon. reported sharp blow In succession to i dining room
Mrs. Lewis flack Mrs. E.F. Helen M. day, IS were dismissed for have ruled that the union will stocky union leader who'W1111 I day night at 6:30 Wanted CriminalTUCSON
Straub Mrs. William Dey Er- t Ella cause and two others were dls. be breaking the law if it pays recently had weathered a sei a Toastmaster of the evening
mand and Lillian Bissel ; the fees. will be Bruce Mumm with John Ariz. (AP-A bare
Mrs. ; missed in courts in ,
by peremptory dial of troubles congressional
; vlce-presU Hoffa to aide Leavltt the invocation and foot policeman and a former
according an giving
Episcopal: -Mrs.Robert Fitch, ,
lenge. hearings and in the labor
; re- made his decision in Chicago Earl Hodges Introducing the college wrestler teamed up
Olive and Mrs.
Mrs. Stephenson
jurors are being watched movement.
recording where he Is trial Monday to capture one of the
federal members and
on on guests
Earl Luckent; Methodist: Mrs. May; cor over by a team of 15 federal Last month Hoffa was set FBI's 10 most wanted crimi
charges of misusing $20 million will assign table
George Vega
H.E. Weathe"rly Mrs. Jim Mary Hoi. marshals brought to Chicago back by a federal jury tamper. nals.
union pension reserves. topics to each member presentfor
and William Ann D. from other parts of the coun. tog conviction In Chattanooga,
Taylor Mrs Kepp. ; "Mr. Hoffa wants to find out a 90-second discussion. He is Frank Dumont, 42, con-
the flower committee try. No explanation for the un. Tenn., In which he was sen.
On arei If such payments are legal will serve as victed six times since 1936 and
Stanley Terry
Mrs. Randolph Fuller Episco- will be usual precaution was given. said Teamsters Vice President tenced to eight years In prison. master evaluator with Les wanted in Pocatello, Idaho, on

pal,Mrs.Robert Burden Presbyterian 18 dinner Hoffa convicted of jury Harold J. Gibbons in st. Louis. His legal expenses for appeal Whitaker and Ted Below, assist. charges of burglary and the as.
Poske Bry. last month in Chat. "The decision will not ing that conviction pile atop sault of a 14-year-old girl
Mrs. George officer tampering be reversed those for defending himself In Ing as his evaluators. Timer
Mrs.HarryGundersenand Mrs. tanooga, told newsmen he would until the legality is up. the current Chicago trial. The will be Marvin Cecil, gramma. The manager of a Tucson
Harland Fague, Emmanuel Lu ceremonies.members not comment on any matter held by a nationally outstanding outcome of this trial, as viewedby rlan, Max A. Weston, and Ed apartment house spotted Du..
connected with the trial. authority." mont rifling through an apartment
theran. 2.3422'r I and Pro. reliable labor sources, Is Daugherty, wizard: of ahs.
Mrs. Ralph C. Davis and attending Judge Austin told the proap c- Gibbons, who resigned in De' even more threatening to lion Marvin Cecil, president of th eoff.duly, and alerted two tenants Mil.
policemen Richard
hive jurors that should they tw eembeHoff's executive as. control of his 1.7 million club, will be in charge of
Mrs.G.E.(Toby)Cs troll,Epls-;: meeting fa's ne and Robert Wilson.
slstant and closest aide said business
selected would be permit. meeting.
they members titan the
I next Sunday,, "Mr. Hoffa made the decisionIn union dispute I A third tenant, Dennis Faverosaw
ted to call their families once his
meet., over paying legal expenses
Milne race barefooted after
Acousticon Since view of a request by Team.
and receive visits from
I of the a day Qualified sources, howeversee ,
Hernandez the fleeing Dumont and joinedIn.
stern Vice President
John J.
members of their families ;
once bill
offs, the battle over lawyer's
1902Hearing Wilson had to
t O'Rourke of New York." gone get a car.
week the of the .
a during course as adding to the mounting pres
year. trial. Gibbons denied reports that that ; Funeral services were held Milne caught up with Dumont
within the union
sure ]
Aids the funds and as the two battled, Favero,
been cut off by this morning in the First Baptist
PINBOY1 t A 28-count indictment charges the union's secretary-treasurer. finally explode and hurl Hoffi a Church of Immokalee for a University of Arizona gradu.ate i
from his Teamsters'throne.
Hoffa and codefendants
seven and former
student Notre
124 llth St., No., Naples I (AP- Polici t "It was strictly Mr. Hoffa's Mrs. Marla S. Hernandez of
with fraudulently arranging $20 Dame wrestler, arrived and apeplied
of decision until the legal Issuesare
two mel n
Phone MI % .5368If Immokalee who died Saturdayin
million in loans from the Cen. settled said Gibbons.An a hammerlock on Dumont.
No Answer "looking fo f tral States, Southeast and South. attorney, representing 12 Worth Newkirk Miami. Rev. L.E. Daniel, "All right," Milne quoted Dumont .
Call Evening 5 10 P.M. was choppm awes Areas Pension Fund. Hor.t members of Teamsters Local pastor of the church, officia- as saying, "There's too
alley roo' fa Is a trustee of the fund which 101 in Philadelphia sent a let. Completes Basic ted. Interment was in Naples many of you. I'll go peacefully"
explanation" has its offices in Chicago
You're in ter which contended the union Course Memorial Gardens. Arrange
payment of Hoffa's legal fees is Training ments were made through the Don't Be A Litterbin:
+ good hands with RADIO Illegal, Gibbons explained, and -- -- Earl G. Hodges Funeral Cha- --

ALLSTATEAuto ; copies went to all the union vice i pel.Mrs. -
; presidents. Hernandez had been a
Insurance LOWRY would be welcomed by produc. "Teamsters vice presidents resident of Immokalee for the
Writer of of the agreed Friday to hire an out. RE-ELECT
see or phone ers some big evening past five years. She Is survived
: ( )-Steve Al> television shows. standing legal authority from by her husband Pablo
Ku>Craig* outside the union to study the
popular syn The format Is traditional and
Pablo Jr.
Hernandez, a lon, FRANK
problem, he said. "Hoffa
NAPLES* show,, simple Actress Mary Fickett twin Rose Marie and
made his decision daughters,
twist on ai I i answers or Invites guest ex. in a phone
.AYW, :!: ;!'a'" Man'penis to answer questionssent call day."to the vice presidents to. Becky Mrs. Ann Dorotea and her Gonsalez mother of SCHAUBYour
6Tee. COMPANY "ROTgciONMore in. Queries are sorted into
Si len.rrar.wr- mustachi I broad categories, with "house. Williams' opinion that it is 11. Hern Texas
.... .. ... .._ ., I
sq. "!! ., cutaway ani d I hold "" puts funn y lar-naturally, for the largest Hoffa's trial expenses had the
Now 2 Locations alleged!;t part of the audience is women. potential of putting both the Wilson
( Re. "People seem particularly in. Teamsters strong man and the

a want;i terested in the origin of wordsI lS.member executive board ana ___n__ .__ _____ I 1 Funeral services will be held
: ;= : to Y ani I and phrases," Miss Flckett financial spot.'Vilson WORTH IL NEWMRK at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday after
two relative:i noted.
noon for Mrs. Elva M. Wilson
She has been asked the orl. LACKLAND AFB Tex. Airman Rich.
LODGES Engineers Newkirk SS, from the chapel of the
r: be seen, tin.e gin of "ham" for actor, possiblyi Worth H. Jr., soi', ard A. Pittman Funeral Home
new llfi. from an old custom of remove Closed TomorrowThe of Mr. and Mrs. Worth H. New' with the Reb. Harry C. Parham,
HAwd Man'' big make-up with ham fat, and kirk Sr. of 1363 Delmar Lane' pastor of the First Methodist a
STYUIT a broad non i "mind your P's and Q's," per. W. R. Wilson and Naples, Is being reassigned tl Church of Naples, officiating Ji
jokes. haps an old-time printer's adi Associates engineer's office will Keesler AFB, Miss., for technl" Interment will be In Naples
five-minut monition to his devil about sort. be closed all day today, the day cal training as a United State:s Memorial Gardens. Visitation

Is quletl;y Ing type, or a warning aboutf of the funeral of Mrs. W.R. Air Force air traffic spec1allstAirman .j will be from 7 to 9 o'clock tonight
KWIK CHEK SHOPPING Wilson. Newkirk who enlist
segment o f f "pints and quarts" to a clerki at the funeral home.
still like:i In an 18th century British grogshop Mrs. Elva Wilson died Monday in the Air Force a short time ago]I! Mrs. Wilson died Monday at
morning In the Naples Community has completed his Initial basl cNaples Community Hospital. A
," whit h i Recommended tonight "Box. Hospital Friends may call at military training here. native 01 Michigan, she had llv.
"The An. Ing's Last Round," NBC, 10 .11 the Richard A. Pitt man Funeral The airman is a 1961 gradual' en in Naples for thepast 39 years
is recelvui)g (EOT)-David Brinkley In a re. Home from 7 to 0 this evening of Lexington (N.C.) Senior Hlg" and resided with her husband,
a week. Thi e port on the pros and cons of out. School and a former student i:t W.R. (Bob) Wilson at 175 nth Give
Wednesday will be at
Services Business College
Ashmore ,
two month!I i lawlng professional prize fight Ave. S.
of mat 1 t ing. the Pittman Funeral Chapel. Thorn asvllle, N.C. Besides her husband, she is
survived by brother Maxell FRANKSCHAUB

ser /T. FORGET IT survived by brother. Maxwell
Day, and her mother, Mrs. E.
Take permanent lizabeth Day all of Naples.
vacation from FOR and RE-ELECT She was secretary-treasurer
b of W.R. Wilson Associates, and a second term
watering your was a member of the First Meth.
odlst Church of Naples. at your
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Vote Meet The Candidates Holland Brands Tuesday April 28, ItS& COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

Today Factor In Rights Bill As'UnAmerican1 Lincoln Memorial Site

Scranton Future 3 In The Humming For I


ers rate Gov. William W. Scran. Son Spessard Holland, D-Fla.,i

ton's stature as a potential Re. pressing Ms campaign for re -

publican presidential candidate Commission District 3WILLIAMH. election, says he will "stand up'
topped. A few
in his horn state and nominate and fight" as long as he can I WASHINGTON (AP) For took picture
nine da\snow and one with flash cameras. Some
no read;
one of three
Democrats for the against the civil rights bill.
U.s. Senate In the Pennsylvania Speaking Monday at Jackson,, knows for sure how much long. the sign which says "Civil right
er theological students of the Is basically a moral Issue" sad
primary election
today. vllle Holland said he wants to
-K ] Protestant, Jewish and Roman "W are brothers before "
The primary ballot lists no -KHere's help Negroes with Job training God.
Catholic faiths Some asked
have been stand. questions.A .
presidential possibilities of any and technical assistance but he
Ing In a quiet at the Lin. heavy set
vigil boy spoke to
but Scranton backers
party, ap opposes the fair employment
parently acting on their own, practice and public acrommoda coin Memorial. Lloyd then crossed the 20 feet
What Asked
are behind a drive to get an We tlon sections of the civil rights They intend to stay, 24 hours to confront Joseph Brodie of
a day until the New York
outpouring of wrlte.ln votes for bill civil rights bill Jewish Theological

the 46.year.old, first-term gov "When It comes to sal tog Is passed by Congress.It Seminary.
: has been a wet Ha asked Brodie how
chilly, he
ernor and former whom
congressman. you ran employ and 1
Commission Candidates and
undramatic demonstrationthree would answer the Nazi's <-onten.
Scranton backers
hope the whom you ran'k' he said, "It's
write-ins will give him added un-American.;' -" students on a shirt tlon that Hitler had a million
S grouped around a black-and- Jews killed because
lustre they were
as a potential candidateand 1. D. year ae .n, .pe.Uh .., ...UIII' ter t..t" ,... Bralley Odham, campaigning white sign across the circle Communists
cause him to change his 1 .. In Miami for
re. lalnUtrottio mutton .tb. county ofcloh laull rooult U (. \1. Holland's Senate
....... from the long flights of Patiently Brodie
peated stand that he Is nut a or offloloaoyf seat, said Holland "representsthe steps explainedthat

candidate for the nominationand .... .... big special leading to the statue of the he didn't think the Amerl-
I- world toior o tong Motor ,t. tor roe interests Great
would accept only a sincereand ..... .... C"lb* oountjt 'Holland opposes minimum Emancipator. can Nazi party was objective
Monday night, however, a rival and that the boy should heck,
unengineered draft. a. Slnoo Hoploo Coioiunlt HoOpltol ..r.e.Ib ro.Konto of tbooounty wages of $1::!5: an hour for the
Delegates to the national con. ooBOtiwo ot flnonolol lo.o, .o you fo,or lb.eowty l lY 500,000 low wage earners In camp was set up barely 20 other sources
..hln.b.. bo..t U..ht .aatane. .. .l Co11l1. C.wlt.ne ; ? feet sway Usually the students
ventlons also will be selected. r1 ...... In "'... to... lat..d .t l.tna .... p.lnolpe11 b. $ Florida," CVlham said "lie op. George are re.
Lincoln lleved
Backers of Sen. Barry Gold. "U.IIU .t ,1\. rpla ...., poses civil rights for our Negro head Rockwell, after a three-hour stint.

water, R-Ariz., said they hopedto 4. m the a..... t* *. I It ,..nh.. it *M Cs..r tM MUM? citizens, lie opposes the Medl. party, of led the half American Nazi Catholic But there are so many Roman
pick 6 to 8 of the 54 conven. Building tti own hotpltiX t. ooro for tM .|.., th. poor on* th care program for our senior a dozen of his seminarians In the cap.
lion delegates. Scranton has lironUT citizens followers In to distribute leaf Ital, said Jack Campbell of Bos.

asked for an unpledged delegation *. D* ,.. fo,or th* ,.*.po.alhe' County Conxllolonon S. olo.l.4 "But he favors special treat. lets against the civil rights bill. ton, a student at St. Paul's Col.
with himself as chairman It, ol.trl.l wri only, r>thr than ly oil ..,...* In tae oountl .. it / ment for the duPont estate and Briefly the two sides mingled, leg here, that "they are
In a favorite-son role The 10 Ed exchanging their literature, be. standing in line" to sign! up and
HENNING .. U1,>* '.P"' Court "houl ...10 iolnot th* >... I to... for B.M.SENTELL Ball. fore police shooed off the Nazis thus usually have only oneohour.hltt.
at-large delegates already selected .... ,. .. .. ...
.t.r .U. *f tn* ",jJl -, % Uua.ra.1., all r* *. oul4 you t. who lacked a ..
have agreed to this. ro,l.li* iilono rr :kuiltlrw rag treji Mo.|>loo Airport t* SUM Roo.4 III'rKl"MI permit.
Also at stake were nomination Henning .<. far h.. ..wl teeerr. ro4)) :nj. u< ali.ui by county coimlnloafourioiiln Sentell Suggests U.S. Rockwell To present a rival vigil the An automobile shuttle service
for 27 congressional seats group left behind one carries theological students to
two judges of the state D. pw C. ....,....".. .t ott.... h. ...U... peullll. Write Florida of their party... stiffly erect 19. and from New York.
superior !. COUNTY EFFICIENCY or .>. udool Troll (IU.$. 41) frooj iounty type t* oowtf 1. COUNTY EFFICIENCY" yearold In a tan stormtroopercap Gail Johnson 24.
a pretty
court, auditor general, treasure Such llnofK. year.
suggestions can only between
cooperation Wind InsuranceMIAMI decorated with a swastika old from New York's Union
209 state house
er seats
and spring from a careful sur- uuU you roior r.Iw.Itne opiiolntaont > th* uovomop of fl'. schools and the city "We'll be here
25 state senate seats .. t. tn* Colllor Count Mrt Authority t* art ..ly Snarl i>lonnli. county BEACH (Ar-A Flor. as long as Theological seminary put In twothree.hour
There Is for vey of each department coming utllllotlM of ttio port foollltloo .....U, ... ..*1U1. *tl.orflodoo and county recreation boards those people are," said Robert shifts Monday and
a three.way
fight under the administration of the SMnpl.. through Weatnt porotlmtI. Ida official says that If Insur.ame Uoyd of
the Democratic nomination to 2. SECONDARY ROADS don't form a Arlington Vs., a was returning to school on the
Commission. Such a ...... .... .. companies follower of Rockwell auto
the U.s. Senate to face Incum. County D. you tool tn* voluntary pool to
t* p.otdab.,.. poops bMht fril t* .u 4UT ndl tt lb.for. It was
should be conducted damp
bent Republican Hugh Scott, survey by .....bb. futantn4 3. HOSPITAL AID -- if hose policies ID the Florida night the

who had only token opposition.The a professional organization Skald lb. ......., tn'.U' H. ."..n.ro... ."...t.r, pital requests funds 1 would keys, "this could be the sUrtliit watching students stood as buses in the mud Springs
state Democratic organ ed for the purpose. *n4 *|rlultur* Sea ._,,, consider it. point fur a federal coo|*>ra.tlva hundreds unloaded

izatlon backed Justice MichaelA. 2. SECONDARY ROADS -- 11. D* you fl .. oountj |0......ont ..o.14 *.tt..pt t* pr*>ld* 4. COUNTY HOSPIT AL'- Insurance program." ument. of tourists at the mono GOP Hears MeritsOf
Musmanno, 67, of the State Yes, I would. ..tor t* ._tu.. ........ It ... .. 1> th* fu re' Should build medical facilitiesIn E. J. Gallagher, consultant Some of the
Supreme Court. His main oppo. 3. HOSPITAL AID -This Immokalee. the Florida Insurance depart. whom -most of CandidatesA

nent is Genevieve Blatt, 56.year.old question demands more time for 6. ELECTIONS .- No. ment, said Monday that the only school students were outoUown high lively discussion concerning
on the annual
Joy the same status as that
state of In. por-
secretary available
Insurance In the
ternal study than has been allied tion below the 8. TOLL ROAD -- Yes. Keys spring trip to the capital Republican candidates for gov.
affairs. high water line. .
However, If It is felt that the 7. TRAIL FOUR-LANING" costs 50 per cent more than anywhere rnor and the nnmslnr dates forth
The third candidate Is DavidB. and that it Is the
public dutyto else, and deductions are ep-rsld8 i nomination w..a
Roberts, prothonotary (court County shouldglvefinancialas- preserve and maintain It. Yes. set at $200 or 5 per cent, which. Issue ChartersTo
s feature Monday evening of the
sistance the Community -
to Naples
clerk of Allegheny
) County. 10. INDUSTRY --The ever Is higher
county Bonita Springs Republican club
None of the Republican Hospital it could only be "The homeowners 2 CorporationsIn ,
presi. should do everything possible 9. PUBLIC BEACHES --No. of the Key with 74 present
dentlal hopefuls campaigned In done by a special act of the not "
to attract agriculture and desirable 10. INDUSTRY -In proper are happy, he said. "Manyof President Clinton II. Mosbach
Pennsylvania. Goldwater forces Legislature and such an act them could not raise their do. Collier CountyTALLAHASSEE.Secretary
location yes. advocated the nomination of H.B.
said anything less than 800,000 would doubt have be Industry to this area; duttlons
to in
no of
ap- case a heavy '
11. WATER -- The County of (Dob) Foster for governor and the
but tourism is still the main
wrlte-Ins for Scranton should be referendum. storm"
proved by a .
should continue to cooperatewith Slat Tom Adams today announced :> unpledged slateofdslegatestothe
regarded as a repudiation of source of Income especially Many insurance companies
the the chartering of the following national convention, while Carrie
him as a presidential candi If the of Collier for the Naples area, and we must City InprovidlngCounty pulled out of the Keys after
expected growth
residents with water; however corporations: Bell of Naples spoke for CharlesR.
date.Craig County materializes we not overlook or shortchangethis Hurricane Donna: brought heavy Beach Cabinet tMlllwork, ic., llolley for governor and the
Truax state GOP chair. the matter needs con-
of damage In 1000.
most Important
aspect 879 First Ave. N. Naples Col-,
will need (county hospital open slat pledged to Barry Goldwater
man, says he Is hopeful of t.U tinuous study. Speaking to the southeast sec.
to all the people ofColllerCounty : our economy. Her County, authorized stock of and headed by Congressman Wll.
write-in votes for Scran.
100,000 tlon of the National Associationof
ton. and not one established just 11. WATERI I think the common at $1.00 per share, lU Ham C. Cramer.
demand for adequate water PERFECT PLACE Insurance Commissioners, ed April 20, 1964, dealing In can.
sup- Q. Roberts, unopposed
1 There are 2,654,404 registered for the care of the aged, the r LARAMIE, *yo. (AP) TomFerau.on' I Gallagher suggested that the foots and millworks. Incorpora.tort .
ply for the various communitiescan In the primaries for Lee County
Democrats and the
In the state and poor migrants. auoline-driven snowplow companies form a voluntarypool
best be satisfied Floyd D. Schreck, G.E. Car. Commissioner from District 3
2,642,770 registered Republl. S, ELECTIONS This is ran out of sis ", hil I. he wm to handle the windstorm roll, Charles D. Redmond all
free enterprise, regulated by made the principal talk of the
a question which will have to plowing the driveway of i policies Naples filed by Smith Carroll
; venlng. II* made three points
be decided by the voters In the the county government. service station. They could then, he said, ask Vega, Drown and Nlckols, Balch concerning conservation, economy -

cans.GOP event the proposed change Is w the federal government to pro. Ptdg., Naples., and county wide planning. HeIs

Slates For Introduced In the Legislature In tact them against catastrophles. Hexagon Corp. Post Office Box opposed to the sale of govern.

1965 and receives favorable LEO R. CH1CKERING What They're Saying "Either Industry will" supply 798, Naples, Collier County, au.thorUed ment lands to private Interests

Lodge Vie consideration there. As a result 'the Insurance needed, he said., stock: 100 shares of that are detrimental to the In.
Barry 'Or the federal will
of my travels all over the .bickering government common at $100 per share, filed I terests of all the people, and he

county I find that the senti- The Governor's Race i move In. April 20, 1964, dealing: Real and would Introduce a measure to pre.

In Bay StateBOSTON ment for or against to be about ILLEGAL ALL AROUND personal property Incorporators *1'vent the sale of six acres or
1. COUNTY EFFICIENCYNO -- : J. Allen Fleming Earl L. more that Is under water, lie was
equally divided. For this rea- Ii0\\ LI\jO l : ) did FN, Ky. (.\l') Frye Walter C. Wills all
(AP) The Lodge Na- .
I would like this not at this time. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS;: called for continuation of the t emphatic In denouncing the present
son to
and Goldwater forces are bat. give 2. SECONDARY ROADS -- While his five opponent con.program of unemployment com.. liuriilui fnniul mi unetpetlvJ plea Filed by George Vega, Jr. County Commission for

fling It out today for delegates matter more study before mak- With the development of this tlnued along the campaign trail pensatlonor seasonal worker. soiirn' of I mi inn' .hrn ihiyItHitiil Balch Bldg. Naples "yielding under pressure" to

In the Massachusetts preslden. ing up my mind. However I In the present fluid state. for governor Miami's Mayor In a speech at Tampa Kelly, offices in the Uurrrn Changing toning requirements.
tiM primary. do feel that a good commissioner county C'lxintv 1'inrihoiine' of morr limn A block Wmhington's. hitmcktlikt -
I don't believe a Robert King High flew to Washington .i said he voted for every Increase I Robert Blarkwood, Republican
Rival slates are on the Republican regardless ofhowelec- long range Monday night to testify In compensation benefits In his I 113,0t( ) "lemnoiary"' federal candidate for state represents

ballot for delegate-at.large ted, would not be hampered in plan for secondary road con- before a Senate subcommitteeabout eight years as a member of the Ihiv 'I-, hrokiInto' |D slolmm office buildings wn dtmolirficd live, also spok

and also In 10 of the 12 congres. his efforts to do what was best struction could be prepared and the dupont empire in Florida Senate. linn. .. hit uu sii/ij In to make way for the Smithnomin A dessert course of cake and

slonal districts. for all of Collier County. adhered to. I foresee the needsof Florida. Former Sen. Fred O. (Bud])I ruuK, ,indloud. in the +henlP.nffhe -. Institution's. new Muaeum of coffee preceded the talks and

Slates in two of the congres. 6. TOLL ROAD -- No, not this program changing dimeS High was Invited to be the Dickinson of West Palm Beach I History and Technology. cards were played afterwards.

atonal districts are running as at this time. I would preferto tion from year to year. leadoff witness today in hear. also campaigned In Tampa Mono
pledged to Sen. Barry Goldwa. & 4 HOSPITAL AID -- three of his '
wait until a road taking the 3. logs on a bill to bring the du. day. He plugged Find More
lee, R-Arlr. However under I believe that until the population Pont estate under the Bank major platform planks: reap
Massachusetts law, pledges are same route as the toll road of this county warrants Holding act, which would force portlonment constitutional revision .

not finally binding on delegates could be brought into being. At another major hospital the It to dispose of either Us 31 and judicial reform. of what you

to the national political conven. this writing there appears to should help the banks or Its many other in. Dickinson said fair reappor.tlonment .
!tlons. be little likelihood that we will county support terests.

Complete slates were filed by be faced with this question. Naples Community Hospital The Miami mayor said he would solve many If came for. sty, through May!

Sen. Leverett Ealtonstall R. 7. TRAIL FOUR LANING -- 5. ELECTIONS believe would present "new and reveal. not all, of the .tat.'. problems.

Mass., and COP Rational Com. I certainly do. This is a vital this proposal warrants serious log evidence of the grip the du. The growth of Florida's cities Honda becomes grarner. Skies ire bluer than they

mltteeman Richard F. Tread. highway. consideration. Pont Interests and Ed Ball has not been reflected In legislative have a right to I l's And there's more seeing and

way, both for delegate-at-large 8. PORT FACILITIES -- 6. TOLL ROAD -- We will (manager of the estate) hold on representation he addod. doing and living aU! yours for the tsking
and in the 12 districts. cross this bridge when we come the state of Florida." Dickinson called for a modernization .

They are unpledged but Sal. Not at this time as I feel to It. With Just six days to go until of the Judicial system The fun run bigger Th golf greens are smoother.

tonstall has said they will favor that for the present the Coun- 7. TRAIL FOUR-LANING-- the May 5 first primary the other and streamlining of the consti The sun is brighter and the nights are gayer (And
Henry Cabot Lodge If he be. ty Commission can sit and act candidates continued tutlon. He said he would not
Yes; most emphatically! But to ham. appoint accommodations ere easier on the pocketbook!)
comes a candidate for presl. as a Port Authority. However It will be of little benefit until mer away In the drive for votes Judges merely for patron.

dent. Lodge, a former U.s. sen. we should take advantage of the It is continued all the Jacksonville Mayor Haydon age reasons. Stay and u*. Lsugh. Hay. Enjoy: all the thing

at or and ambassador to the work that has been done to deepen way Burn said In Miami Monday Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville rQ r'londiani know the year round. Who knows?-

United Nations, now Is ambas. and widen Gorden Pass the from Tampa to Miami. the prime obligation of the continued Mi attacks on 1 you might stay forevprt!

sador to Viet Nam. Naples Bay channel and at Everglades 8. PORT FACILITIES State government was education Dickinson, Kelly and Burns. He @)

Regardless of the outcome in I would favor the Port Authority sine not a single county said each of them was making

the delegate contests Lodge Is 9. PUBLIC BEACHES -- administered by the Boardof In the slat was doing all It what he termed Irresponsibleand SF
County Commissioners or could In this field. wild promises none could
expected to be the front runneras If the county's growth continues L .111'1 PoWEI AND Lilli' CDIIP' K T
a favorite son in the presl. by another body elected by the "I am not an educator," said keep.
as expected we can never have o f a. e e 1"0 p 1. e 10.WriteIn d
Burns know
dentlal preference write-In on voters of Collier County. "but I am going to direct "They they cannot keep
the Republican ballot. The pref. too many public beaches and 9. PUBLIC BEACHES .- those I appoint to the Board of these promises," said Mathews.
parks to attract tourists and Control to listen to professional "They are Insulting the IntellU
erence wrlte.ln is not binding on No. I believe there should U
new residents and we shouldbe educators." gene of the voters."
the delegates. access to the beach at other
forever watchful to improveour He said he would ask that a Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla
position as time goes on. points along the coast preferably study of the trimester system of County lashed out at the ad. fled a'd
at two or three mile in- ministration of Gov. Farris
10 INDUSTRYYes, I cer- university operations be made to Bry.
tervals. These beaches will determine if the ant. He said In Cocoa that Bry.
GOP Meeting tainly do. Light clean indus system wire ;
should be always be our most valuable practical. ant had been apathetic to the ;
encouraged to
assets. I shall objectto Burn center of the world.
always said in addition the space
locate in the as it would
Here TomorrowA county private ownership of these Junior colleges needed more The apathy said Karl was re.
bring about a stable
help to more God-given natural resources. state help and direction but fleeted In the road program forth

special meeting of Interestto year-round economy and pro- I believe that the beaches for should remain under the man. ar.a, the governor's outlookon 4'ey M eSe

all Republicans will be heldin vide employment for many of a reasonable width above the agement of the counties. economic growth and In the

the Naples Federal Savingsand our young people who are pre- mean high water line should en- Sen. Scott_ Kelly of Lakeland field of higher education.
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Loan building tomorrow sently forced to leave the coun- .. .
love In order to night the 29th at 8:30.: ty they gain

Jack Insco of St. Petersburg a livelihood. We should all on the desires of the people Arthritis Medical ftuptrvUio

field representative for Join In the fight for a sugar living In the various communities Bursitis Shortwirt 1)1.h.rMr,

the slate of delegates to the quota for Collier County and whether or not such I'ltrs Sound! ..

national convention pledged to 11. WATER -- This depends communities are incorporated. f Neuritis Hot Picks j

Barry Goldwater will organizethe y Overweight M....,* r. _

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Civil War C.n*.nnlal CantmittceyiT

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1964 .h -Tag - a H p*-*p* rWTgW-lGBgB

r April 21-At the request of Brigadier General Wil-

It Could Happen. Here-But We Hope Not ate; liam U.S.S.Birney Piunrt, the convoyed U.S.S. Otltm the transports and a lltmtt launch from A. Weed the

and Miry Bcnton up the St. John River two days ago.

The Key West Citizen has given wide ers ." The document is under in. The move was prompted by reports of Confederate troops
situation that Sheriff's A rkti" ;w near Union-held Fort Gates and threatening St.
coverage to a regrettable vestigation by the Monroe County operating
Several small craft were destroyed by the joint
has developed there as part of first Department and federal postal in expedition Augustine. and one imall sloop was captured before the

primary political campaigns.The vestigators.The Union forces withdrew. The mission was completed today.

same thing could happen In other Citizen reports that authoritiessay According to information received today br the Confederate .

areas of the state, Including this one, if charges may possibly stem from the _\vcrJ/fl'\kV\ iU&7iN. ) command at Camp Milton, the Federals, approximately -
Fort Butler in Volusia
I a regiment strong are near
vigilance Is not practiced by election officials fact that defamatory material was sent ;: County,

as well as the general public. through the mail, and also from the pos. Federal Rear Admiral Bailey today detached John H.

The first of two regrettable incidents sible violation of Florida election laws C .5 Platt from the Hunt mile to become commander of the

Involved absentee ballots. An unprecedented which state that political committees must iteamer HotJurts. Both vessels are part of the East Gulf

number of Key West residents Identify themselves when making par. Blockading Squadron

registered for absentee ballots, and the tisan statements. The material was signed s: j Vest April that 30 he-is Admiral now authorized Bailey today to offer announced pay of from$60 $10 Key

newspaper says it has indisputable information only by "The Key West Committee For and $100 per month for pilots The difference in pay de.

that these votes are being Better Government. A check by the pendi upon the experience and knowledge of each pilot.

sold. As of last Friday, 824 persons newspaper disclosed no information concerning .
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had applied for absentee ballots and the such a committee.We : :

end was not in sight. bring attention to the regrettable -

The Citizen has called on Key Western situation in Key West not because it is u > POJ c

to submit to photographs when they our wish to discredit or shame the good 1

visit the voting precincts, which would people of that area, but to show our

thwart those who expect to have their readers what can happen when unscrupulous -

cake and eat it too or vote more than methods are resorted to in I f

one time. This suggestion has, of course, an election campaign.It % .., _.
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aroused anguished cries from a sizeable is sincerely to be hoped that no
segment of voters, and whether the such incident will ever occur here. No V e4;

paper's suggestion will be followed is political race repeat, NO political race + Charlie and Dot Ewing
still a moot question. (The Citizen's edi- is of sufficient importance to warrant IURRi who
have many friends in this
torial on the situation is shown in the such conduct. write

"Others Say" column below) The Key West Citizen is to be commended _.... -- area going, to the that World's Neapolitans Fair are

The second unfortunate incident reported for its valiant battle against these invited to their
r stop by now
by the paper concerns the wide. reprehensible acts which make a mock. Today In WashingtonBY E lT Ens golf course at Smyrna, Del. ,

spread circulation by mail of a "viciously. ery of our election system. It is to be and fire a round or so.

worded statement smearing several local hoped that those responsible for the acts t
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS P. S. Garrisons Lake Golf
political figures and community lead will, be apprehended and punished 10
: Course is located 7 miles northof

. The Significance Of ProfitsEach WASHINGTON (AP)-In the work," said Dr. B. T. Shaw In Dover on U. S. 13.
Editor Collier News
news from Washington: testimony before a House County ;
year the American work force And it is the profitable industry that attracts RESIGN: President Johnson Appropriations subcommittee, On Tuesday, March 24, we + Been wondering how much

swells by one million men and women. Investment capital. says the head of his council of "and I couldn't predict how were returning home from our to tip the waiter? Well the
economic advisers, Walter W. soon the answer may come." A vacation In Miami when we
This huge army wants and needs jobs So the health of profits is a key to Heller, Is planning to leave government transcript of his Feb. 25 testl. were hit by a reckless driverin Internal Revenue Service says

On the average, it takes a $20,000 the health of the economy. service for financial mony was made public Monday. Naples.We 15 per cent is the normal for

Investment to provide the plants and Putting it another way, sales of the reasons. SUPERJETt The Defense Department were both painfully injur- an average restaurant so it
Speaking to a task force on has officially deslg.
tools that result In just one new lob in nation's corporations doubled in the past foreign Investments In the White nated the 2,000jnll an hour All ed and. We our car would severely like throughthe damaged is trying to collect income tax

industry. In some major industries, the 15 years. But the earnings declined from House garden Monday, Johnson Jet as an Interceptor and gave medium nf this newspaperto from several N. Y. waiters on
cited Heller's case In calling for it a new tag that looks more that premise.
investment Is many times that figure. five per cent to only three per cent of passage of legislation Increasing like a typographical error-the offer our eternal gratitudeto The

Now, you may ask, what is the significance those sales. Adequate profits buy prog salaries of upper-level U.S. officials. YF 121.. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Link waiters say the aver- I .
for In February when President for their friendly advice and age is about 7 to 8 per cent and
of such facts? ress, growth, opportunity organizations -
No date was set for Heller's Johnson disclosed the jet-many most generous assistance in so want to pay on that basis. They
It is this Job creation Is vitally dependent and individuals alike. Inadequate departure and assistant press of whose characteristics are still many ways.
on industry's profit situation. profits lead to economic lethargy, the secretary Malcolm Klldutf said secret-he described It as an advanced Thanks also to Dr. William say they would Just as soon a- f I
Heller had told the President he experimental jet air. bolish tipping in favor of the
for his
high undermining of the strength and Bailey expert attention
In representative enterprise, a pro. would stay until after the craft and European system of adding
portion of profits are ploughed back into the nation It Is time high time November election.SMOKING The Pentagon said In Its an. to the emergency staff at "service a
Naples charge" of 15
Community Hospital to cent
The nouncement that the "Y" refers per
the business build plants or buy we all understand that especially our : AgricultureDepartment'
to new chief res.arch.rnys to prototype aircraft and "F" David Pfaff and Mrs Polly to all meal checks. ,
needed machinery for modernization. lawmakers there Is a good chance represents the plane's basic Martin of the Chamber orCom- It would be better for
science can decrease the health mission symbol "to Interceptand meta Mr. Dougherty of Chicago -
hazards of smoking but he can't destroy other aircraft." The Mrs. Burrows of Cleveland all concerned if the latter

'olhe.rs.. predict when. rest, an Air Force spokesmansaid Ohio, police officer Hayes system was adopted in all res -
I ,say [ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS "It Is going to take Intensive Is for bookkeeping. for his prompt and efficient taurants. At least we feel so.
performance of duty and the
Better Kept at Home friends + All Joking aside, do you
many we
*I NOMINATE for the p.;+.> have made while In Naples. think Dick Tracy's new wrist
El Creco'i "The Burial of Count the work of art. A veteran such ai the i
Orgn" li to stay in Toledo, and so will Venus d* Milo, who knocked about unprotected I Mr and Mrs. Richard David television set will be with us
not Join the curious group of whit can for centuries, ought to be a Collier County News Toronto,CanadaBy anytime soon?
only be called "national treasure which good traveller though even she suffered
arc now (Inl] New York. These include a few chips of plaster on her recent Naples Chamber of Commerce
Michelangelo. Pieta the cross from journey Risks from thieves and lunatics
Coventry Cathedral, and norne of the may be no greater abroad than at home AM E

Dead Sea acrollf. Obviously from the But who can say for certain what OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AWARD
.point of view of Insurance at well ai of are the effects of change of scene on an
aeithetlci these are of varying value, oil painting? Th. fellewlng Naples resldenli
and the only quality they have in common This has often been debated. Of course ,
la that they are the tort of object paintings as well as sculptures will go on NAME_
large numben of people will pay to see being lent from one gallery to another jjstaaaJteasj r rrus pstataat
That i I. they find a place in a fair, Address
why and we should all be the poorer If this t /I r t lM
for a fair whether it hat the word were not '0. But there Is a danger that i
"World" before it and cost millions of FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONSi
certain works of art will become nationalist -
dollars to erect U a place where you go svmbols (Use i.porot. sheet of paper If seeded)
to marvel not to criticize Presumably the Venus de Milo has
They are not always tent on their gone to Tokyo not because the Japaneseor
travels without opp atlon. There have Olympic athletes are supposed to
been Italian protests at the departureof have a keen appreciation of Hellenistic
the Pieta, Just as there were French sculpture but because this is one of the
protests about the Journey of the Venusde few objects that are almost universally
Milo, which has, for some odd reason known by sight Whether museums
taken up residence in Tokyo for the should encourage popular concentrationon
Olympic; Games When the Mona Lisa familiar individual pieces may be ------ v
crossed the Atlantic 13 months ago there questioned. Fortunately the Pyramids Cut Out And. Moil To
was even more heart-searching Anne Mathaway's cottage, and the leaning ,
On these occasions there is genuine tower of Pisa are not mobile.-The/ Naples Chamber of Commerce
anxiety that something may happen to Times (London) 1700 North Tamlaml Trail

Naples, Florida
VIEW FROM THE GRANDSTAND:; ,, over the head of camera: fans grounding
A Mark Of Good
. CitizenshipA the center stage at the 1964 New York International Photo Fair. At left is Ralph

GCT CAPE [ t,6Anil Miller. camera columnist of the New York World Telegram and Sun introducing

disgraceful condition respec. The Citizen hopes that the good [ rtoACCCtoLC tnniciunts for the Miss I'hnin Fair title

ting absentee ballot In Monroe citizens of Key West will realize ACROSS DO _SNC5SRIC ini .

County can be corrected only by the that we shall never have decent government 1 I. Edible su :lgrm with SATYR..AODAS IRVING DESFORAP never seemed to lack a quota of microscope for three-dimensional

stood citizens of Key West and the unless they act aa good citizens 5 fish. Tex as cot, 27 28 Old Uniqueper rr.coin CL SAf ARt el [ Net features pictu For: ;e-takmg explanation camera and fans.demonstrations overlays findingn which and: xpecially measure: ruled thou-

remainder of the County The Citi- should, and help eliminateevil tunw ood ion ADD.GNU.MNT CAMERA FANS attendingthe of the latent cameras, aandth-of-an-mch: differences: in

ten hag reliable, Indisputable information practices.. Taking photographsof 10 Spiral 29 Behest !>> AR.wt.eOItT 1964 New York International accessories and equipment typu rater. types
concerning the buyng all who to cast absentee 11: Most ldll' 3J Fr nobleman .. Roe .. FAT .. Photography Fair recently photo fans could so directly) to Finally let me tell you of a
up the
appear isiroui CONTINUATIONAVE.T confronted witha manufacturers': importers' or photo fan who stumped me with
of votes through the device of absentee ) ballots would enable the checkersto I 13 Boxing 34 Moon were distributors' booths which are, a simple question.. At the lime I
LI.ORt packed in a three-
ballots. determine whether or not the ring 3). Creek program of continuous, of course the backbone of every was discussing with Harry
DAL.0ER.I"IA8LUTION / ring circus 1
photographic fair
Oocho, president of Yathica,
the of rood votes whether 14 Qulntes' 36. Irk i landIng activities. They could choose
Regrettably timidity were cast legally
tin e place $<) or rtsmoAY PUZZIIDCMN I was Inc.: of New York, their new i5singlelens
particularly moved
the spotlighted center with by
citizens who actually need absentee or not the casting such ballots stsge reflex with
persons 1}. R voting privileges, because of the ne- actually were absent and whether 16. Ritual 40 Tranquil 6 Graceful the Little Theater with its pro. president's family life through it. f/1.1 len and a supersensitive

eeasity of being absent from the city they had a real and honest It Bib. ruler 41 .\malgamate I Fgrei 7 rhythm( gram of slide and movie shows the exhibition of photographs by coupled cadmium sulphide Feature(CdS)
\\atchfui lib lion exposure meter
Name ate Mark Shaw. from the
the Hall of with its soon-b -be
or Learning
and county on election day, is helping need to be absent. 21.. Vitriolic 42 Hinder 3. ReUtUei 8 \. .'amenrepublic classes of instruction assorted published book,Kennedy Family of the camera meter was a three-
the people who are misusing the This newspaper appeals to all 22 dilution' 43 SunfllhdJ.ct'lll 4 Iniined on phases of photography Album" The warmth and tender position. switch High (for bright
:23 .* 5. Girl l name 9 Brother of light), Low (for dim light) and
genus ness of the candid
device good citizens to comply with the effort tin There was a noticeable improvement family scenes Off (to save the tiny mercury

Citizens who show no objection of the JayCees and other workers J. 10. Loathe In visibility and show us that photographer Shaw battery when not in use).The fan
1 1 was
t I I 1 1 fI. audibility for spectators with not only technically skillful
whatever when a traffic count is for Good Government by permitting 12 Commerce better illumination and public and alert to catch the moments of approached me, pointed to the
17 Gums Japanese setting in which a
and and asked themselves be 10 "" Il speaking than peak expression but that he was
on they are stopped to photo 20. Dram set-ups in previous kimonoed model was posing and
their destination and to show their graphed. The evildoers the wouldbe IJ NId passage years. The spotlights over discreet silent unobtrusive and probably asked if I could help him."Certainly .
the center stage were up higher a observer. In none of "
driving licenses, object when they absentee voters who would sell 21 Double salt and did not glare back into your the pictures U there any indication I answered expecting -
"a Ir 23. Herb of : *question on
the and
are ask to permit themselves to be their votes and have no intention of I'" rose family camera lens when you aimed at on the part of the subject having determined the exposure speed and-

photographed' at the voting pre actually being absent on legitimate II II' l, 24 Pops the performers. There was evena of awareness of being lens opening for color and black-
special grandstand which photographed It is a quality that
cincts. Such photographs would business undoubtedly will not only 2ccullomed and-white film. "\\'here do you
camera fans
'6 : IJIf gave camera toter a little extra might try to followin
; 26. Ten get those
help eliminate the crooked absentee object to being photographed but ;/ 27 Heir ares advantage height to shoot over shooting pictures of their own polished atone beautiful?" while,
asked indicating

U 6 rfre the heads of the family or friends.Among .
voting, and certainly would de no will stay away from the polling / "V&A 29. More around the ringside spectators the gravelled path on

harm whatever to any citizen who places. l1 I" i.J1 I I7J .'l cunning Besides these three principal an off-beatpreeentationby the lectures, one Martin was which the Japanese model stood.
30. Potters My
has legitimate reason for being The Citizen believes that compliance clay arenas of constant activity, there and Purl Tylell a husband- columnist hadn't aa prepared a camera me fora
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way, on election day. But a great and willingness to be photographed r : 31 Bitter bark featured was an exhibition ares which wife team who use photographyto meeting with a photo-fan-
displays of fine
hue and try Is raised against such a as a voter who must be absent 31 Jl 0" 32. Challenge from Germany. photography Great- aid them of document in their unusual sleuthing.occupation geologist, but Mr. Oocho: had the
34 Maser: the
"violation" of individual is actuallya Country Britain France Switzerland' Besides and polished pebblescame
at grounds
process' on proper +4 4lu regular photography from Japan via a New York
:/ 3/ Japan Israel and Poland. In addition enormous enlargements, they Japanese
right. mark of good citizenship Soak decorating firm
.J 39 photogenic model posed snake use of infrared and ultraviolet P.S. The
:/ V stones don't do a
-The Key West Citizen wife in a variety of stage set which lights, a stereoscopic: thing for your camera.


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Leader Doing Just ThatIn i + i.f:4 Square Dance Club MovesTo Tuesday, April 2A, 1964 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

I .H; : Brothers Explains of the Florida Slat Board of
Health. The staff of this section

Duplicate Club L New Chlumskv BuildinaThe County's Mental consists of psychologist:
RatingsBY f
I -r : t f 'flUikiA 1I Health Resources Ing who solve devotes mental part tune problems to help-of

C.J. McMURRY occupied the serious attentio \ sunshine; Shufflers held club have the use of their faculties Everybody has problems at children In the schools,and part
BIT mel" exclaimed thetypl.1. of 58 players at 14 tables, strug, r; i ) their last square dance last Sa. for the past two years. times Involving mental Health time to mental health activities

cal Englishman, according tc i gong hard with the 26 boards tl turday ii their hall over the Hardly a week has passed that according to Dr. Claude L. In the rlealthDepanmentafuU
those prolific English writers of r make the average of 156 point 0e Naples l Federal Savings and Loan did not see three or more dances Brothers, director of the Collier time mental health worker who
yesteryear (50 give or take atom:: look easy. Most did not find th. and
J L Co. offices Future dances will sponsored by the Shufflers County Health Department sees patients referred by practicing
such as Jeffery Farnol
5)) whose i boards easy.
be in 0 air new club rooms in held over the bank. the
description of adventures andlove I North-South, lots of Kudos t o % the Chlunsky Building, 950 Cen. Edward J. Chlumsky has made "Some of the problems ire physicians, psychologist
carried such appeal to the i Mrs. Frank Otte playing will 1 tral Avenue his building available to the Shufflers relatively! minor, and can be and by the Judge of

sedate of that era. Mrs. Harry Liner on their 19(D ,) At their April meeting, the and the members will easily solved> dlscusslonwlththe the Juvenile Court; and.part-

My corresponding ejaculation,,, points, although the Louis Gri Shuffler> unanimously passed a use the next two weeks getting Individual's personal physi time psychiatrist who diagnoses
prior to acquiring Intimate acquaintanceship -. hams were pressing well wit! ; molutl, thanking the directorsand it ready for dancing. Last Sunday cian. Others require more extensive and treats patients two afternoons

with the woes ol 184. The teams of Mrs. William, officers of the Naples Federalfor was moving day, with practically study and treatment by I month, these patients
golf, was "ding bust Itr Don: Franklin. Mrs.June Haschkal82i ; Inall.nd.&n(8
7 their generosity in letting the every active member specialists In various fieldsof having been refer red by the psychologist
ask me why or its meaning, / ; James Hayes C From 9 a.m to 5 All activities of these
Regardless of which expres.sion.one ., bury 174 Vi Bruce Boynton. rnfn fans mentalnealttr.Rr.Brothers
; ; 941%. the stage, draperies, workers are kept In strictest
Is necessary to evidencemy Stuart Kosters l70.'/s, and Mrs chairs and benches, were re explained,
Harlem School Drothers
confidence Dr said
feelings In finding out that I; Berta Turner .Mrs.lrl.MlllUai170'i moved to the new location. At The Collier County Health
committed the cardinal sin of a tied; Mrs. Mamie Tooke, In noon buffet luncheon was servedto has health .whether the problem Is minor -
Department a mental
columnist in failing to secure Mrs. Sara West 162; the Joh fat i Gets the workers. of
Principal section which Is or greater magnitude,
supported by
all the facts before relating whatI MacDonalds 156 followed in se Last Saturday evening the
is the
help through
the Doard of County Commissioners -
did. quence. The Vic Pennywltti !! caller was Ernie Bass,from West
The Naples Duplicate Bridge lacked only one point for ai White House BidNEW Palm Beach. Forty dancers the Collier County family physicians health, or from official "

Club of last week made note that average score with their 155, attended, plus a number of spec Mental Health Association and mental agencies,
Gene Parker had a brother at. East.West were strongly do YORK (AP) A 49. tators. Members said It was the Bureau of Mental Health said the health director.

tending the game, who was a mlnated by the Sam Leaders at t : jear-old Harlem school prlncl- one of the best dances In recent

"pea In the pod". I stated the 193 but the McMurrys surprised pal makes. her first command months
Parker also had as house guests, themselves by being not appearance at the White House Visitors Included Reba and Bill
another couple who played, the so-bad at 185 (and, actually, w< today and her main concern Is Crawford and Hilda and Art !tlU.

Goochs. Alas and anon, I over were surprised> Mrs. George how she'll look in a big, cream. man from West Palm Beach,
looked the fact that Mrs. Goochis Bradbury Earl Ogden followed colored hat also Alden and Benny Dlrch and
Gene's sister. Please be with 181; the Dan Burglunds 176: do. Hanl from Ltd
; ;";,. "I was so busy last night Mary Warsaw,
hereby informed. the W.G. Tennants 161./j; Lacking ,. ... (0- ing one thing and another in There will be no square dance
I 1 Funny things do happen in only three points for average I "-, preparation for my trip to see Ing In Naples until May 9, when
bridge It didn't last Friday, were Mrs. Harold Weed.Mrs., ,r.,} Mrs. Johnson that I never did Ray Castle will call for the first
but it occurred in a recent du. Corwin Waite at 153 and the I \;, i.' get around to having my hair scheduled dance in the new hall.
; ,
plicate game when on a four Waite name was prominent when I "\ ', ., \ done," confessed Kate Tuch. The Tuesday evening workshopsfor
1 spade bid by West, six was made. the Virgil Waltes came close I April 28 and May S will not
South held the K.X of spades. with 152. man."So, the only thing left to do be held.
North held AJC of the same tuit, New guests? We continue t tc was wash my hair and tuck It Square dance clubs frequentlyhave e
plus the ace of hearts. Neither welcome them, this time in the under a big hat." a "Pioneer" dance. when
East nor West was short In persons of Mrs. A.G. Kruegerand kv' Mrs. Tucliman was chosen as they dance for the first lime in a w

hearts K.QOCOC showed in dum. Mrs James Carr, both ol jP' guest of honor at the fourth ina new hall, and there has been some
my. Seward, Nebraska' which,we will : ; series of Informal luncheonsfor talk among the members of have r

LEADERS DO all agree, Is a far piece to .> "women-doers\ held by Ing one on the 9th. Watch the

'Taint funny to those who take come to join our game. ; f Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson. Guests News for further notices s V VP 1j ,-
Next game? As usual, Friday ; i" { usually Include about a dozen ,"'\
their averages seriously, but '''' ; ,
night, 7:30 p.m. May 1, Woman's i : 'i professional women. Folk Meet i
those astounding Leaders con. .. 1,811 \ R' Singers .:
tinue to bewilder the competitionwith Club. "flJJ u.L.t'_ (A Hewitt photo) Mrs. Tuchman said she was r .

their successful achieve. RONALD LYLES Invited to the luncheon three ThisVeekend At .
ments. They did it again with 50 Neapolitans At weeks ago.
their fourth top since January "But I didn't learn until last Foster Memorial /

first, with a percentage scoreof Jehovah's Witness Parton Lyles week that I was expected to WHITE SFRDJGb (AP) ;
.619. Sam made one mistake, make a speech to the group," Musicians and performers from .1"/

he caught a bad cold earlier in Meet In Sarasota she said. "Even then 1 wasn't Montana, Missouri, Pennsylvania ,
the and missed playing nervous. As I told my husband, '
year, North' Carolina New
In Bonita
SARASOTA "Facing Up Weddina why got nervous. I'm a big girl
with his wife once when she made Yolk, Georgia and Florida will A ,
to the Urgency of Our Times"was now, .. '
and of
i top percentage score
take part in the Florida Folk &.
.634 playing with Stu Kosters. the keynote address of the Miss Judy Parton became the Rev. Len Spoils, pastor of the But, she added: "My father, Festival this weekend. 'W'I{ *.. '

Result? her average for 13 three-day circuit convention of bride of Ronald Lyles in double church, officiating who came here from the old The 12th annual festival at the ,
tames Is .569 plus and Sam has Jehovah's Witnesses at the Sarasota ring ceremony at the First Baptist The bride is the daughter of country where things were a lit. 'Stephen, Foster Memorial hereon {
to be content with a not.so mis Municipal Auditorium. Church of Bonita Springs at Mrs. Mary Beard of Bonita tie different Just sits and looksat the Suwannee River will have '.;\;.

erable average of .562 plus for J. Sala, district director for 8 o'clock Friday night with the Springs She Is a graduate of me in awe since I receivedthe more than 1,503: performers' in

12 games Considering that the the Southeastern United States, Bradley Central High School, invitation. the course of seven programs be.
"And all the other excitement re4t ? r
highest 10 game average of any Cleveland, Term. ginning Friday and ending Sun i
In his words to
other competitor is that of Mrs. opening 'Beginners Delight'New Lyles Is the son of Mr. and of my friends and other rela. t
in attendance said, "The pressures of Bonita lives finally rubbed off onto me day.Folk
George Bradbury at .553 and Mrs. Reginald Lyles singers, tale tellers,dan. .
George Bradbury's 551.1 being of widespread Immorality Dance Set By Springs. He attended Fort Myers and now I find myself a little cers, whip crackers and crafts -
materialism, Increasing School and is now employed nervous about it.. INGIUD GOEIILERGoehler
the only other average above High men are represented among the
.550, it is easy to appreciate the national disturbances coupled Shuffler Sells as a surveyor by Gulf American At first, she said, she thoughtshe talent. I IMr

type of game both are playing. with fear of nuclear war and Bill Sell, one of the charter Land Co. at Golden Gate Estates. was making the appearance The Bob Beers family from Allen
Now to Friday's game which disbelief of the coming 'war members of the Sunshine Shuf. The bride was attended by Jan. as a private citizen Lewlitown, Mont., Is a well -
of the great day of God, the hers, was the author of a dance le Connors as maid of honor "But" now that I know I must known singing group. Beers

Almighty' make our times urgent called "Beginners' Delight"pub.llshed bridesmaids were Stephanie Hall speak, she said, "I feel I am plays the psaltery, ancient in. and Mrs. Hurst Owlilar Mr, Allen received his edu i
Carolyn CollinsIs times." In the April Issue of"6et.In and Carol Alderman,all of Bonita not going down there as Mrs. strument predating the piano ,I.f I: Furth, Germany, announce the callon In the Naples schools and
Tuchman. I down
am as
'I' Candidate For Elaborating on this Sala observed Order", the national square Springs. bra principal of a school of New and harpsichord. coming i I marriage of their dough, is now employed by Abbott Con.
the twentieth dance magazine It is a takeoffon Richard Lyles served his Another well known singing i I ter, Ingrid Janette Julianne, 1 to, at ruction Co.
Skidmore Degree growth of Communism and century commented other dances published In the ther as best man. Ushers were Mrs.City.Tuchman and her hue couple on the program Is Rich ,James Leroy Allen, son of Mr The. ,wedding uermivuny, .,111to61e
Robert Frank Llles
magazine's Workshop Section, Jack and and Alexandra Usher of Clayton, i and Mrs. Roy Allen, Naples place Saturday, May Z, at
"It should not surprise band, Arthur, live In Jackson
also of Bonita Springs.The
and Is not meant to be danced. Mo. Miss Got'hler received her for. 5 at Emmanuel Lutheran
p.m. _
non-Christians floor Heights, Queens. They have two ___________.
us to see grow- The editor, Bob Osgood, sent bride's gown was children. '\lwII) top nil timer ,1"heerfrom mal I education In Germany and Church, with friends and relatlves
ing at a much greater rate than Bill a letter of appreciation which length with looped skirt, made grown flovurrs hcfuri, pulling them' I has diploma fr mDllkaKaufhaus Invited to attend. I
professed Christians. It Is not has been displayed on the Shuf of white lace and tulle over white in wlIlr for dining tail' Htr.mgi' 'fur her studies In the maiiufac. The couple, plan, to make their I I
the responsibility of Christiansto flers' bulletin board, saying he satin. Her shoulder leiTgtn veil Look For 'Trip'If nirnt I lure: and handling of textiles. home in Naples. I
had fun "sides face was of tulle and she wore lace
convert or reform the world. calling just .
The Bible does not lay that stare" to his club. gloves and carried a bridal bouquet Traffic Light arr.
of white orchids and liliesof
commission to Christians no :
the valley. Doesn't ChangeBY
matter how much religious per DELIGHT"One The maid of honor and brides

sons might protest that truth. two three, booplty boo, maids wore full length gowns of SAM ENGLAND
Instead, Christ's command Is boop again, goof through. Face pink tulle and lace over pink sat A note for the two Impatient

to preach the everlasting good somebody, box the grasshopper, in. They carried bouquets of pink lady drivers who charged through

news of God's Kingdom as out hit her eye, back away. Get gladioli. the Four Corners Intersection
lined In Scripture. through, like you always.PussIn Mrs. Beard chose a dress of against a red light about 11:30

Quoting freely from the Bible the corner, whamety wham, beige lace with orange accessor Saturday morning
Sala continued, "the world's grand push and pull. Grab somebody tee for her daughter's wedding. You took off with horns blast.
mother wore a Ing loudly, right Into traffic that
since 1914 drag her home. Snarl your The groom's gown
conditions especially
set. Sides face, just stare. of yellow with yellow accessor had a favorable green light ,
Indicate the Imminent *
clearly Two three four, yackety yack, ies. recall
presence of Armageddon. It get across, try getting back. Do A reception in the church par. It is easy to understand your
Is thus urgent and vital to heed me do to a permanent wave,Rockit lors followed the ceremony.Decorations Impatience. You sat there while
what the Scriptures say In Revelation up, rock it down. String were flowers and white the traffic lights changed num.
Chapter 14 rather than ber of times, permitting other t:3. _
through, sling through, struggle wedding bells Mrs. Joan Parton
CAROLYN COLLINS drift along with/ the scoffing through, switch blade. Slap your was In charge of the guest book cars to movebut you failed to VOTE FORSPESSARD

SARATOGA'SPRINGS, N.Y. >, and ridiculing of worldlings." partner, slap him back,lemonade and Mrs. David Piper took chargeof get a green light
Ladles it wasn't the fault of
the refreshments.The ,
Miss Carolyn J. Collins, of Naples In his concluding comments around a tack Snarl your set. L,
the traffic You
Is one of 288 Skidmore I Sala strongly urged all to "resist Heads crush tall for a bucket of brlday couple will make signals. apparent.
ly are unaware that there Is a"trip"
their home on Dean Street In
College seniors who are card the pressures of worldly snakes
dates for degrees at the 53rd I disbelief In Armageddon. Face Up and down the left hand lady, Bonita Springs. I land on located Ninth Street in the, just right south hand 1 LLAND
hee haw prettytaw.Calomelleft
Skidmore Commencement onSun.
the of our times of the Four ,.
up to urgency and Corners
day, June 7. for aluminum tar, right Coffee ThursdayFor
and view It as being as Important Unless cars travelling northon
to the morning star.
Chemistry Miss Collins major,, Is a a candidate Biology; as though your very life the wrong star and neck little girl, Hill Kenning Ninth Street, approaching the PROTECT FLORIDA'S POWERFUL
depends on it, because for aC the while. Four Corners, pass over this
marmalade around
for the Bachelor of Arts ,
degree A coffee hour will be held from "trip" the will not
light change
She Is the daughter of Mr. an I fact It does" Bow wow wow to the corner of the 3 to 5 p.m., Thursday, April It Is driver's responsibilityto POSITION OF SENIORITYSenator
Mrs. John G. Collins, of 741 1 I E.W. Hopper, discussed the hall. Go sit down, that's all. 30, at the home of Mr. and know this traffic regulation.

Admiralty Parade East, Naples,, Protest of the New Gen One two three, rod and reel, Mrs. D.M. Birmingham, 3041 You would have been at fault
Miss Collins has been on th I eration". Sala closed the cone push through, squirm and squeal. Hibiscus Ave., East Naples' for had there been accident.
an has
Academic Honors List and is i' vention with the subject "Study Double push through. First William (Bill) lIennlnr,candidate The only other traffic light in Holland has served as Each of these committees

member of Periclean, Skidmore, the Word of Life." couple this way, last couple that. for County Commission, District Naples operating with a "trip"is your United States Senator vast importance to the growth
honor society. She Is first vice, Endres local minis Meet somebody, left alley cat. 3. the The influence and such
Wallace chain. two one al Seventh Avenue, since 1946. of Florida in areas as
For Forward
a hazy ,
ment president Association of the College, chairman Govern,J; ter, who appeared on the pro and turn back. political The general candidates public are and invited other to North Kwlk Check., and the Trail, opposite the power of on j individual harbors, flood control, high

the Rules Revisory Committee gram, said about 50 local re- Now go forward, now go fur. Senator are determined by
,, attend said. facilities, cattle
sponsors .
and member of the Honor Board,' sldents attended the weekend ther, now stop and block the the seniority heyears attained ways, space

She has won a full fellowship t o; convention In Sarasota. Among others. Go on to the next and During the hashe, has at citrus. agriculture paper forests

Duke University Graduate School l those In attendance were Mr. snore through, three and a half 1964 ranked twelfth and defense bases. Flor
of Biochemistry. and Mrs. Matthews and family ha 111.. Half to the next, pull rained seniority
her by, skip several girls. Skip 67 Democratic members ida needs his powerful influence
U.S. Senator Margaret Chas I Mr and Mrs.EarlOls"an:! among
Smith of Maine, first woman and Mr. and Mrs. H. Meits everybody. There you stand. of the Senate This se on these committees .
Stand and wait for the left ai. Three Wheeler him three
member of on
a major political and family. lemande. morify places his committee assignments area
party to announce her candldacj committees vital to the prosperity
for the office of the nation'President 1he I "$ of Florida: valuable asset to every Flor

will deliver t & r ida Citizen
address at the Skidmore com. H esP
mencement exercises O Member of the powerful Your vote In the coming Democratic -

Senator Smith was a congress ) Senate Appropriations primary will keep him
man from Maine for eight yean PETSBOARDING P
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She Is the will
ranking Republican E Florida In a way that
on the Senate Armed Services Member of the Agricultural
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Little r I IJ

Naples League Play By MIKE RATHET

Associated Press Sports Writer
Jayoees Cardinals team on Don Hunter's home rundown Rogers gave up six hits and Don Drysdale, the last healthy
that didn't hit a single home run the left-field line In the second struck out eight In the game. member of Los Angeles' Big

all last season, socked two last and tied It up In the fifth Roger Johnson had three hits Four, has riven the Dodgers'
night and scored an 85 victory Hunter scoring again. Hunter and scored the run that made beleaguered pitching staff Its . . . . . . . . .

over Exchange Pirates In was up four times and scored the difference In Trill Cleaners'vlctoryoverKlwanls. most Impressive streak since

the first game of the Little lea- four runs. Losing pitcher Win- putting together three consecu. 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Tuesday, April 28, 1964
gue season.In ning pitcher Ray Jensen threw tlve inJuries
a well-played nightcap a three-hitter and struck out Taking over where Phil
Trail Cleaners Giants made Dandy K. Derby nine Yankees< Ortega left off Sunday, Dry's-
dale pitched the Dodgers' sec
doubled left fieldin Naples High LookingFor
their five hits count for a 4-3 Johnson to and straight shutout Monday

triumph over I Kiwanis Yankees Entrant Breaks the sixth went to third on night, winning his first game In
The other two teams In the a groundout. and scored on a four starts by limiting Houstonto

six-team league. Holland Sal- All Traditions wild pitch to give Trill Clean- six hits In a 60 victory built New Hoop CoachNaples
ley and Standard,open their ers a 41 lead. The run became on a three-homer salvo

season against each other wed- LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP>-U meaningful as Kiwanis Only one other game was
nesday at 7:15. In the 5:15 Cecil Carmine's Dandy K. wins scored twice In the last half scheduled in either league. In High School will havea

opener. Jaycees will meet KI- the Kentucky Derby, Carminecan of the sixth on a walk and sin- that, Washington whipped the new basketball coach next
wanls. go into business with Jack gles by Jay Lawrence and Lee s Y Los Angeles Angels 62. season.

Jaycees and Exchange were Price of Carry Back fame showing Daniels plus an error. Drysdale's performance and The School Board at yesterday's -

rather unsteady In the field yes the big names of racing how Don Clrti walked and Jensen Ron home Fairly runs and by Frank Willie Howard Davis-, meeting accepted the resignation -

terday for two innings but set- its Just done.about from singled in the first (inning, the Dodgers had collected only ( of veteran Coach Andy

tled down after that. Helpedby the breeding to everything the way,DandyK. and Johnson sent them in with eight homers In 12 previous Lorentzson. who also has beena
seven Exchange a single. Kiwanis got one run _. off mathematics teacher the
errors. breaks from the starting games-topped a heartening at ; +fl
scored five runs In the first gate Is contrary to the traditions back In the first. Johnson sin- SHOT STUDY Star golfer Arnold Palmer and day for Manager Walt Alston high school

two Innings. But relief pit- of racing. And, just about gled again in the third and score table In Latrobe, Pa.Arnie'a Possibly the most Imporant Lorentzson took over head
hit father alas poaalbU pool
play on
cher Chris Provenzano held everything Jack Price did with ed when Jerry Cooksky tripled up piece of news came from Los cage coaching duties at MIS
the Pirates scoreless after that Carry Back raised the eyebrowsof down the right-field line relaxing at home after hit 1964 Matters victory Angeles, where Sandy Koufax In the 1956-57 season, succeeding Ld

the Industry's diehards. Daniels and Bucky Walker has been undergoing treatmentfor Bob Williams The

THERE SHE GOES Dandy K., whose stretch run. shared pitching duties for KIwanis 1 1- a muscle strain In his left coach's first team here won

The score was tied 5-5. ring Is similar to that of CarryBack' each boy hurling three Partings DampenCeltics' ed arm.Koufax Dr Robert might Kerlan be report. the Class B district tourna
has won four of his last per.
going Into the Jaycees' half races -Including the innings. They combined for a mission to throw on the side ment and competed In the quar- r I
of the sixth Inning. Two run- five-hitter and struck out seven lines this weekend. terfinals at Gainesville.
Fountain of Youth Stakes-and llrxta.
ners were on base with two will be a big threat In the Derby Giants. Besides Koufax, the Dodger In succeeding seasons Lor-

out when Mike Watkins whacked if the pace is fast. TriumphBOSTON staff has been depleted by In* entzson-coached teams ran up ,..
one of Larry Rogers' pit- The colt was on the sidelines Bowlerette League Juries to Johnny Podres and re. fine winning records, and In
ches over the left-centetfence. today as the $lSOOO.added Derby Lef specialist Ron Perranoskl 1962 the Eagles' finest team

Lance Stahlman and Don Hunter Trial Stakes held the spotlight Sponsors Banquet (AP) 'v. always hoped there's while the attack has lost theservices came within a few points of
scored ahead of Watkins who at Churchill Downs. sounds funny because I'm semblance of a chance of two.lme batting making the state Class A cham-

connected with a pitch that was The one.mlle trial-the last Wednesday NightThe ored and you're white," might come back," theless champion Tommy Davis Never pionship game. That team, r
Alston said the
over his heed He hit It likea prep for the Derby-attracted a Pine Lanes Wednesday K. C, Jones turning to i Auerbach. "Very few peo which had a 20.2 season record -
start could not be
tennis player's overhead shot field of seven, headed by Run. night Bowlerette League will Ramsey and Jim I In the history of sports have traced to inJuries simply had J.D. Askew Harry
fortheRoses favorite Hill Rise. "but the Celtics are a as loyal to an organization and lost 45
scored three In games During his
Jaycees runs Blllle John
The track was expected to be sponsor an awards banquet tomorrow "The Injuries have hurt us, Barnes. Tracy
feel losses .
the first Inning added another sloppy, giving Hill Rise his first evening at the Elks In your the midst of all the pros who ever en. he said, 'but the team was not Daugherty Andy Lorentzson HI, coaching tenure here, Lorentzson -

1 race in the mud. Club The highlight of the entertainment unprecedented sixth I the NBA, Ramsey came in playing up to par before anyone and Charles Barley as Its lead- saw basketball come of age
Dandy K. had his last race In will be a "wed National Basketball ready to play than any. got hurt. Yes, we're crippledbut Ing scorers. In Florida. It was an outdoor
U.S. Olympic Cage preparation for the Derby Sat ding." title Monday night, Boston was a rookie;. that Isn't all the reason for The 1963-64 NHS cage team sport In this section of the

Team Loses Three urday In the eevendurlongStep. The Pampered Poodles team, era found themselves our troubles. had a 12-9 record, and seer state until the late 1950's
ping Stone Purse and finished a winners of the league race,will farewells again The "What we've got to do Is win eral players from that team will Lorentzson himself had a
Straight To Reds fastcloslng third behind Mr. furnish the entertainment, and wrapped up the playoff Club Gals as many"as we can while we're be back next year. distinguished college career In
Brick and The Scoundrel after by beating San Francisco 10 crippled, he continued, "then In the sport. He was a prolific
the "wedding" will be stagedby When eight seasons teams
MOSCOW; (AP) Is UJ5. stumbling and nearly falling move when we get all the
Sunday night. scorer and of the finest
The coached by Lorentzson won 100 one
"pampered poodles
basketball Injured back There Is
Olympic supremacy down as he left the starting men
There had been the players In the of Center
Break history
threatened at last? gate. groom and his attendants wlj nothing wrong with the moraleof
It could be. An American "We got Dandy K. by breed. be dressed In tails and top and past Bill notables Sharman Ed, then breaking golfscor- this team right now that a College, which In 1938-39-40
quad with five members of the hats. The ladles of couple of good wins and some League was at Irvine Ky. The Naples
ing the best we had to the best course, year, Bob Cousy Now have been recorded by two
1964 Olympic loan( lost three we could afford-and to me will sport the latest In wed Ramsey and Loscutoff have of the Beach Club base hits won't cure" High mentor obtained a mas-

straight to the Soviet national that's Just as good as breedlnrwhat' ding fashions Poodles, that tired. Clyde Lovellette and Golf Association and Howard and Fairly took care Leaders ter's degree from the University
team here, despite some fine supposed to be the best Is. ny McCarthy will not likely occasions have been mark- cf the base hits. Each hit a two. of Kentucky.
college players, seven men over to the best," Carmine said Mon. "Poodle fashions" will other run homer and also collectedtwo Resignation of Lorentzson is
8-8 and four teammates from turn.Willie with celebrations by singles Willie Davis addeda By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the third school
Naulls will be high coach
.day.The be slighted In the show A of the association.
the AAU club solo homer and fine National League
championship a running
colt's dam is Speed Trust but may chose dental In Collier County this school
"We should have risen to the one of two broodmares in Car. hula-hula dance with appro- Instead Saturday Mrs. E. West catch that preserved Drysdale's Batting (25 at bats) Mays, Bob
challenge here there's no all. mine's stable at Lexington. priate music will be part of "I'm tremendously the best score of her golf- shutout With two men on and San Francisco, ,474; Harkness, year.football resignedas

bl," said Cliff Buck of the AAU, R. E. (Red) Wlngfleld, who the program. A "poodle ver- this team," said owner career posting a 97 She two out In the seventh, pinch New York, .464. but coach at Immokalee
-head of the team trains Dandy K., said he be sion" of rock-an-roll songs Is Brown. "I dons believe playing at the Beach Club hitter Al Spangler lashed a curl. Runs-Mays, San Francisco, staying on the stiff thereas

But, he said, "I feel we can haves the colt "has a real good expected to shed new light on us will ever live to see a foursome Including Mes- Ing drive to left center that Da. 17; Allen, Philadelphia, 10. a teacher. A new coach I
win the championship at the chance In the Derby. If the pace this type vocalemertalnment. professional team win six M. Tooke,Joan Cox and vis speared with a final lunge Runs batted in Mays, San has been secured. Recently
Tokyo Olympics" He said the Is fast, we should give them a The "poodle show" will start secutlve world Sherwood. after a long run Francisco 18; Howard Los An Phil Larson resigned as Ever-

Americans will have a stronger real battle when they start run. about 9:30 p.m. The banquetand Only one club has a celebration followed In the Two.run singles by Mike geles, 11. glades High basketball and track
team at Tokyo with in Brumley and Don Zimmer gave Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh, coach.
more depth nlng that stretch. these same Celtics
and more experience of playing_ Today's trial field was round. presentation of awards will "I believe this is our hole, with Mesdames E. the, Senators four runs in the and Mays, San, Francisco, 18,
t toc.ther.Buck ed out by Roman Brother Clem precede the entertainment club. Maybe it didn't I. Montgomery U fourth Inning off Angels starter Doubles Stargell, Pitts
said In a telephone Inter. Pac, He's a Gem, Mr. Moon best personnel but It was and I. McCune also join- Ken McBride Fred Valentine burgh, 6; Eight tied with 4. Patton Gets Off
view from Kiev that one of the light Grand Garcon and Rob best team." In the fun. A "Golf Show drove In the other two tallies, Triples Santo, Chicago, 3; To Start
problems has been that the U.S. air, An Impressive win by Hill FloridaSports "I've had many thrills," of pins golf balls, tees, one with his first major league Fox, Houston, 2. Flying
team has not played together Rise could send most of thoseIn Coach Red Auerbach. "But book and golf towels, was homer ._ Home runs-Mays, San Fran. At Pinehurst
long enough the trial looking for cover, year we all felt we of the gala affair. Treats Cisco, 7; Howard, Los Angeles,
the Job." refreshments were offered
SETS HIGH GOALS Stolen bases-Wills, Los An. Billy Joe Patton, off to a flying
"I've the of honor Mrs.
Ramsey grown and Loscutoff very In West.guest LOS ANGELES (AP) Short- geles, 5; W, Davis, Los Ange. start In his bid for a fourth
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lea, 3. North and South Golf Amateur
1 1 By years with the team," said Marsh Hop Jim Ftcgo.i, 21, ha* act
a E. shooting an
The Fort Lauderdale Yankees maker three goal for himself. during PitchingO'Toole, Cinclnna. Championship and third In a
K. C. Jones "We
took over sole possession of first different 90 on Friday also broke 1964. tI; Fischer Milwaukee; Bun. row, met Peter Zaccagnino of

place in the Florida State their very retirements personalities are like .{\ISt record, another oc- He would like to bat .300 n nlng and KlIppsteln, Phlladel. Hartford, Conn., today in the
League after blasting out a 12.5 someone very close. for celebration. who wouldn't' He will be atnv phla; Friend, Pittsburgh; Marl leadoff contest of the 32-match

victory Monday night over "I love 'em both. ins for an All-Star berth on the chal, San Francisco, and Gib. second round.
Lakeland. PAT ON THE BACK son,St. Louis, 2.0,1.000. Patton 42-year-old Morgan
Ramsey American I League team, and he
Daytona Beach dropped out ofa "Mr. Clutch", variously and "the AP) National I hopes to steal 20 bases Strikeouts-Gibson, St. Louis, ton, N.C., lumberman and vet. '
4i i mm9 when Its preaident Warren Gila 21 Bunnlng and eras of Walker Cup play was
first-place tie game I lucky Colonel drawled Fregosi! hit .287 in 154 games ; Philadelphia,
with St. Petersburg was rained' the baseball as played last year. lie ranked third in Marietta, San Francisco, 20. on the 7,000yard No 2 courseof
way through some
league ia superior to that American League the Pinehurst Country Club
until It came time to American League double playa
Yankees Jumped off to a bye. "Baskeball has say American League became with 90 and ranked fifth in fielding Batting (25 at bats)-Malzone, only two hours Monday as he
4.0 lead In the first two Inningsthen ,>, long in Boston said "club owners are more dedi efficiency lie mole only two Boston, .436; Fregosi, Los Ange. opened with a 7 aiij 5 victoryover
way than those in the American lea 400. Elliott Phillips of New Al.
shoved across five more in bun in four attempt. ,
sey haltingly "It's "
the fifth, four of them on a cult to leave We've very made Runs-Fregosi, Los Angeles, bany, lad
grand slam homer by Willie friends. IJQ"I 12; Oliva, Minnesota, 9. Patton did not lose a hole and
Mobley. Billy Clayton also horn, "When Runs batted in-Rodgers, Los was three under par In what he
u;lly", IHt ered in the sixth as Fort Lauder. time to quit you you finally have say a PLAY BETTER GOLF Angeles, and limbo, Washing described as "the best round I
dale collected 12 hits off three 1 I misgivings," he added ton, 8.Hits. have played In a long, long

Lakeland pitchers. back the tears "You Tommy Armour Fregosi, Los Angeles, time.
Miami's five game winning you've Bv and Oliva, Minnesota, 18. There were some surprisesbut
really played too
streak was broken by the Tampa not long enough Doubles Bressoud, Boston; most of the tq>-notchera sur
Tarpons, 4-3. "U ) Hansen, Chicago, and Rollins, vlved. Among the most Impres-
you ever come Tips for Women
Pedro Martinez tripled to the 1 Minnesota 4. give was Walker Cup veteran
Kentucky, be sure and
left center field wall and scored up, hear?" 0 of the big 'Vcrets".of Triples Hinton, Washing and former North and South
the winning run for Tampa on I ton, 4; Oliva, Minnesota, 3, champion Charlie Smith of Gas.
Ramsey sat down his who uiwrior -
women *
a wild throw in the top half of burled In 19 Home runs- kowron, Wash tonla, N.C. He was three under
the ninth. a handkerchief, golf it that they are I ington, 4; Allen, Minnesota, and par in a S and 4 victory over
The Sarasota Orlando game banquet ing ovation.SACRIFICE hall. rang with a ((4)) exceptionally set in a strong Zimmer, Washington, 3. Richard Babbitt of Rockford.ni.
also was rained out. Mill balanced and unlocked Stolen bases-Aparlcio, Balti. Patton and Smith are In the

:; |K>sition at the top of the backMviiig. I more, 5; Wagner, Cleveland, 3. upper half of the draw and
/T:::: The average woman golferi Pitching Miller, Baltimore; could collide In the semifinals
i and ha-n't command Lamane Boston; Buzhardt, Chi. Friday if they continue to play

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P .,.. Tuesday April 2H. 1X4 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 7 .

9 tflXIEPRODUCT. I! spR'II.ESn tl t' City Court I

TO BUY 10 S\l\.

1 a t + Judge Thomas R. Brown con John Edwin Downing of North

sldered 11 cues at Monday Naples forfeited $25 bond for

Municipal Court session, and careless driving.

RENTb handed out a 20-day jail sen- A bench warrant was Issued

tence to a drunk driver for Bill F. Keeling of Naples

TpIftE{ Jesse Scott Ttmmons. 48, who failed to appear on a no-

pip r ,,6 I of rural Homestead, was found valid-license charge. Bond was

guilty of operating a car while set at $50. Lewis George

under the Influence of Intox Argus, of New Richmond O.

icants. Investigating officer forfeited $'15 bond on a reck-

Midway 2-2107 D.L Bass found a half-empty less driving charge.

fifth of whiskey In the front Sentence was suspended for

'. seat, between Tlmmons and his Mathlas B. Oppersdorff, 64, orWskefield.

\. .4 p1&oti passenger.The R.I., who ran a stop

passenger Ralph Tate, sign. Jonathan M. Place, 17,.

49, of Homestead, ente-ed a of Rye NY.. forfeited $2i
Anftouncwnmnta 40 Autos Parts
Repair 65-Gtn. Real Estate
guilty plea to drunkenness and bond for speeding. Arthur M.

PLAZA BEAUTY. SALON Nice, corner lot approximatelyI was sentenced to two days In Askew 56. Naples, received
1121 E:. Tamlaml' Trail Water block available from Rock. This Creek lot City, ia jail. TImmons' driving privileges a suspended sentence for drive

Midway 11472IBoatsMotors Wondering where to go going for the low low price ofSee .., will be suspended for at ing on an expired license.

.tA ____ ____u least three months. A no-valld-drlver's license
Accaa. With your car problems t RRo0y0a01
Factory Finish Paint Jobs 80' X US'Harbor 17.000.Si W.lled lot FLORIDA PRODUCTS WEEK has been proclaimed bv Gov Farris Bryant Myron Abbie Spencer IT, charge against George Uhl,Na-

YACHT BROKERAGE East Naples,was cited for careless pies, was dismissed for lack of
Wracks RebuiltTunaupa April 27-May 2 to accent the fact that state residents are enjoying: more
Complete Naplaa LlatlngiFine Naples South Ind ModelHomaa driving and was orderedto prosecution. Continuances
Inboard' Seal From ,/' on DlaplayMamemBer nutritious and varied meals at lower cost than ever before In observance
Front and ..1I.n".ntMoto either $60 fine hand In the of
lob Mirth MI ,..3757'runk.S"lIh to rent, buy or pay or were granted cases
Chrl..Cralt S.,.. Overhaul a.ll'contat, 1 of the event, 631 Winn-Dixie supermaikets, including the Naples Kwik over his driver's license to the Ray W. Burgless charged withno

245 Ii' hbsr hp. (: 'rv boat. notor a tratl.r.. Lot Tranimliiion LubricationIrabu rebuilt Lucllla Virgil Otto Marcum Bob Leah J.Brown.... Chek, are holding a "Dixie Products Spring Festival Southern produce police chief for 60 days. He valid license, and James
of .alr. All alectric AAA staples and meats are included in the all-out promotion gave up the license. B. Kenny charged with careless -
coed. Sacrifice. II.175. 1401 Polish t Wax DEWEY POLLY Dosle Lee Perry 41, McDonald driving.

Creech Rd 4/21 II13Halp Don't 'look any further REALTY Quarters, was fined $35 Two persons forfeited $15

SN Cigarette Makers for careless driving and driving drunkenness bonds and one
Wanted Chevrolet Inc. Corner of ht Av. No aTamlaml U.S. Chamber Of Commerce
Troll Put Improperly on a divided other drunk was given a jail

Live in, operating and main.t.n.nco 130 Mh *t., N. MI ttlOSN Ml' Z-4351 AdvertisingIn highway, Helen B. Crandall sentence equal to the time already -
Couple In
mottl or apt hotil II quallfiad' .nl_ Fla 1672 Jewel' Box Avenue Waterfront Hands Of Czar 59. of 1260 Barbtzon. paid $35 served. Paul Victor
null your n.m.. addraee, ..1. leawall, contest heel and
fine for failure
to an Wlcknam and William
no. end a brief record of .M. 41-Trucka Tractor air, I bdrma 2 bathe, porch, Gives LBJ Stormy Applause NEW YORK (AP-The na.lion's report Cunningham
parlance to box 1737ZZ Collier prop. lit.950. Moving. must accident and falling to notifythe McCaa forfeited the bonds.
County N.w. 4/23.11 19bintarnational 2 ton Navy aell .. cigarette manufacturers.
-- owner of a vehicle she hit Charles Lane 52, McDonald
HELP WANTED MALE duty cab and chaiala' 11250. WASHINGTON (AP)-U MS reception tie received in a debate are putting their $230: million
LUFF INC. 1651 Mandarin Rd. 2 Itdr"' ... with her car Quarters appeared In to
AND FEMALE CMC. 421 th St Chamberof with conservative ., annual advertising program court
the U.s. economist
Tool makara, repair and main- No Naplaa 2 b...... central haat and elr, reception by a
tananc of small din, and com 4/212.30. porch, Assume mortgage Commerce la a reliable In. at a UJ;. Chamber con, Into the hands of an administrator receive the jail sentence.
preeelon moldtElectronic 44-MobiU Home carport.. coata II.100 00 dlcator, President Johnson has vention. Clark advised the delegates to enforce a new code FIRST TIMERS '
dn 111400 Moving. must sell. banning aimed at teen. Three of the road
appeals veterans
Tachnlclant for won the general approval of the to "grow up; he got a
production, and tainpla work.Matntasancs trailer lor with rant cabana.r .and Nice carport location ..1 141 Otis St Nn. I Itdr", .., I nation's business community. storm of derisive Jeers. agers. made their first appearancesIn
Ml './55 ors 11712. bath fireplace. carport toedinvsstmwlt But many of those who applauded President John F. Kennedy, The administrator, to be court Monday. Franklin J,
man. Mast know 012,95
.Iactronlll repairs.Tool ,327.M 410 10th Ave So Aqualane 2bdrma or laughed 00 timesduring In his lone appearance at a named shortly will be empow. Scott 83, of 469 10th Avenue

., 2 bathi cantrel hat 4al&aarsaa ; his hour's rambling dla. chamber .session received little ored to fine a code violator up South, was given I suspended Volume means lower
room foraminQlrli 45-Trailtrt for R.ntTrailers waterfront 13(100. to $100,000. Ha will be
before the than given
course Monday more polite applause.
group sentence on a charge of failure prices I We are now a
(71 11th It. No., I bdrma. "complete and final
for alactronlc as.mbhi.Enclo.s authority"on
to take Although former President
U a "waak, with' TV. ,. obviously are going a .
2 bathe lute porch, u hilt all to yield at a stop sign.It volume dealer. You
raiuma and data SO.o.ct.d liD a wtefc Spaces 15 a web and air. $17.500. 1100.00 dn hard look at Johnson'a dealingswith Dwight D. Eisenhower never cigarette advertising, the his first ticket In 60
salary to boa 1737 A.1. 4/2IK Rock Creek Treilar .Park. 113100 mo with' tan end Ina the big labor unions before missed addressing the cham nine companies which account was will save here t
4/2ltf FHA No closing coata. they reach any final political ber's annual meeting in his for more than 99 per cent of the years, he said

HELP WANTED. 48-Aptt. For Rent 1270 11th St. No., I bdr", .. judgments on him.Johnlon' eight years in office, the friendly cigarettes made in the United Winnie D. Frederick 66, Naples -
Cook Order- span cook.pit Waitrau"p Esp'dshort and 2 batha, 1150000 dn MOVE reception by the receptions he received never Stalea announced Monday, made her first court appearance
diehwaahar Aply In parson at 2 bedroom furn..had shci.ncy Na qualifying chamber the storm of Among advertising appeals In 51 to receive
sot Nil pots er .h.ldr.n. Mla 1107 00 month with tax end Ina was an astonishingone. approached applause years
Trail Bif Whaal Ratt 105th Ave 4 .Ma; or MI inn 4/ati After his speech, one mem. that Johnson won Mon. banned by the companies' new a suspended sentence for
Lot 21. Block I. "Royal' Harbor,
4/2U" furni9A.d' ."i lor'ranT; ::1'ii'P overlooking bay sawatl. Coat ber of the overwhelmingly Republican day code are running a stop sign. MaggieMae

13-Htlp Want Female ,Rd,"k. Inquire at I40J Cratch 4/21.1f II.500, ..crlf,.. 16950 audience observed: The chamber's applause for Testimonial by athletic Milford 71, Copeland,

Lot 14 Pth Ave Aqua- "Maybe rIot a soul here will Johnson was the more remark. heroes famous entertainers, or was given a suspended sentence
Furnish.d T aadroonT '
\dung eacraleryloMawol e. mint. Hugs living I room, apart bitch..n lane. watarfront oo': 17500, vote for him. But he'a sure able because Edwin P. Nellan, other persons who would have a for careless
Exp not raqulrad MI 24200 aacrlfice 16250 under driving.
attraction to those
4: 17:tf and bath. MI 3691 2/25tf done some damage to Republican retiring chamber president, has special 45 McDonald
ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Lot 31. Banyan Blvd. High' lot campaign contributions." been stumping the country for 21 years of age.Suggestions. James pugh, ,
15-Sales Help Wanted APARTMENTS. AIR CON. overlooking Gulf. Sacrifice, et Another commented "This months denouncing the admin that cigarette Quarters, paid $25 on a chargeof
NO CHILDREN, NO PETS AP. fellow la trying to get elected istration's domestic policy smoking la essential to social assault and battery. Robert

MALE OR FEMALE PLY: ESSEX HOUSE 550 4th VINCE CONBOYNotice unanimously." Nellan, a Delaware banker, prominence, distinction, successor R. Carberry, 21, of 3912 Day
MUST BE LICENSED 2 rm furniahad apt til par 119 "h Avs P..kw.y The chamber la historically a has accused Johnson of wearing sexual attraction. Road, paid $20 for having no
REAL ESTATEBE waak I furniahad guest house P11 MI 1-1745 poor audience for Democrats.The "the false face of frugality" lie Claims with respect to valid driver's license.
115 par waak All ulliltlaa In late Paul Butler, when has used such terms aa "1m. health because of the presenceof Charles >ftaurlce:' Crawford
YOUR OWN BOSS eluded 1401 Creech Rd Democratic national chairman morality "seduction lUbe.Idy a filter, unless the claim la
4/21 S1Mdarn by 23, of 2772 Dayvlew Drive
EXCELLENTPROPOSITION 1 bedroom .unfurniah, I To was booed during one hot debate ," "picking the taxpayer's based on valid scientific data aa paid $20 for driving with an Improper -
ad APARTMENT with" com on government welfare pocket," and "bribery" to determined by the administra license and Improper
plate kitchan, Near beach and I spending. describe the administration'sbudget tor
CALL Ml 2.23511 13383 hopping. 395 |th Ava. So.4/21.1f MI PoliticalCandidates There was booing again In and domestic programs. All cigarette advertising must plates. Eligh Mathis, 36, of
3/27 nExp Wlldwood was fined $25 for
be cleared by the administrator ,
I bdrm. furniahad i apla. Naar 1961 when Son Joseph Clark, Johnson warmed his business
Sala> man or woman No bath and shopping Waakly, D-Pa., grew angry at the hostlll'Saga' listeners with a forecast that whose office shall be In no valid license. lack Davis,
As. limit $10000 to 115000 a Mid New York, of for Bill MORTON
year powibla ftarvinf public way monthly I.3041 or. yen .oun"'J/ .tf profits after taxes will reach 21 Copeland, paid $20
Apply. Naolaa Mamonal Gar $30 billion this The code ban ads aimed directly speeding Sales
For year, up nearly ManagerPHONE
rant large turnlahad apt
d.n..., Naplaa Vandarbllt(30: Drive. 11:00: 4 AM.4121.3t III.hAv. I bdrm. Twin Lake, 9n GransadaIlvd All political advertisements Story $3 billion over 1983. at persons under 21, and Richard E, Parker of Naples
4/21.tf- But some were not so enthu. forbids distribution of free sam. came Into court to protest a
", ar'-I..1i furnlihad alfT Tor Sunday's NEWS muat be pie cigarettes and promotion of
siastle about his statement that 50-cent overtime parking fine
2fc-Cemerery( Lohbngla cwncy Air condo StonacraftApH in the newspaper office by Features Our cigarette smoking! on college *
Ml 24155 or Ml 12712Ellicianciat he going to call on Industry He said the ticket was given
Friday not later than
4 p.m. campuses.
later to reduce for
aome prices
puce lot Naples Ma. SAIAL IHOH 1i APTS by error" because there were
For weekday publication ads Advertising models must be
availabia Killy Rd the benefit of
moral Qardana. 1200 Mr. Q consumers
VanTrauran 513 S. W. 25th St and Araca Ave MI 24455 vertlilng- copy mutt be placedby County Sheriff"Boondock They may have been a little at least 21 years old and look still 13 minutes left on the meter

Miami 4/2131 3/24,tfFurnahad 4 p.m. the day prior to puzzled as to Just what he that age. There ia a ban on per. when he got back to the ONE OF OUR

I bdrm, apt Adult' In ertieon. This ii an absolute Sherlfr"lathe name meant, but they clapped loudly sane "smoking In an exaggerated car Th judge found him not friendly salesmenTomPeele

23-Mitc. For Sal.MAPS only I Ml }.265i or 21131. deadline and it ia generally of an article about Collier when he added: "And then, in manner." guilty. Lauren Blue

3/2411 -- to the advantage of the advertiser County'a Sheriff E.A.DougHen- ,the lime week, I am going to The Industry acted 3Vt months Arthur James Felton 20, of ,

City County Topo EfIel.nc" Day. W..k. 0' to place the Ad at dry In the June Issue of "Saga", ,call In the leaden of the workIng after the report by the U.S. aur.geon Sarasota was fined $25 for no Dick Donelson, or Elton .

CAPLES XEROX Copyini BLUEPRINTING instantly. Month IRIS MOTEL MI early at poiatble ao that full written by William and Ellen men and tell them the lime general which linked valid license and displaying Davidson. They'llbe

113 5th A... So MI 12152 22302 or Ml 1 1155 attention can be given to each Hartley of Coral Gables. ,;thing" cigarette smoking with cancer anothe r's driver's license. A
3lltf'Beautiful I EBB TIDE APTS. advertisement. The article shows a picture of The general feeling The code needs approval by pleased to serve

custom wood kitchat Modern furnlahdliclancia/ It la a itata advertising law Hendry and deputies garbed In I politicians is that Johnson among will the Justice Department to com. companion, James Fudge,21,of you I
cabmata Navar sad low proc and 1 bedroom apta $50 a "'0. hunt ply with Miami lent Felton his licenseto
ad Immediate dalivary MI Kally Rd. 4/31U that all political advertingbe Jungle suits used to moon. |I be presented with a number of antitrust laws, the an.
.IIOU 3/10tl paid in advance mine the shiners Another picture shows ,,opportunities to try out his persuasive nouncement said. show to the officer Fudgewas
FURNISHED check forma Hendry directing the removal of fined $IS,
triplicate aa au. : powers on labor before RooseveltOff *
24-Mici. For Rent EFFICIENCYTWIN Aheriisd under Florida atatutes. ,a murder car from a stream. (the election. His roughest test

BEDS MEDIUM SIZED Special positioning Calling attention to the fact come in the United Auto RUNS STOP SIGN
CARPETS fright Make .h.", LIVING. ROOM, PATIO ON For 6 MonthsIn
a baautitul sight with Blue THE WATER TV CABLE Ads will not be aold and all that Hendry patrols the biggest, Workers' bargaining with the Doyle Palmer Mahan 36, of 57 Ford Viet. Hdtop
Luatra Rant alactrlc ahampooar OVERLOOKS NAPLES SAY Ad. will be given the Mine wildest land east of the Mlaslas. ,motor manufacturers late this Mediterranean 1202 Fifth Avenue North, pal ,
$1. Naples Furniture Co. PRIVATE DOCK FOR BOAT Ippl-2031 mites ft the myster. AT R-H l 1, Pow Steer-
careful attention {I summer. $10 for a
42136W.nt.d ING 4 fiSHING. Ml running stop sign
Ions verrlades the article JACKSONVILLE (AP) The ing V.8
./;"St. So did Eileen J. Patton 45
calla attention to the fact that WATCH THOSE SEA GULLSI attack Carrier Franklin D. .

To Buy 49-Housa for RantTdrnilurridraarnhouia he punched cattle on the "wild NEW YORK AP) A marine Roosevelt and two other vessels of 48110th Avenue South Pedro $395

Everglades ranges aa a kid... insurance company which Insures leave Mayport Naval Station to. Antonio Gonzalez, 18, of 3232 I
0000 7M H.P. OUTBOARD I Each room hat flail, alldini, after graduation from high a great number of pleasure day for six months in the Medl. Linwood, was fined $IS for
MOTOR AT A REASONABLE doors leading to .large acraanad school, he served aa a platoon boata in the New York Harbor terranean. speeding. 61 Buick SkYla-k, AT
PRICE lEE GLENN TURNERAT porch Lovely both with ..un..ntll. In the 3rd The destroyer-tender Yellow. Martin John Bowen 17 of It.)I. P Steering,
COLLIER COUNTY NEWS tub Naar new Sea Oats Opens Nov. 14 sergeant Battalion area, warns its clients to watch ,
School. Ml 13IM "22.1f I 10th Infantry regiment, 5th Infantry out for sea lulls floating on the atone and Ammunition Ship 855 Ninth Avenue South, paid V-8

M-Auros For Sal. I bdrm, I bath CBS unfur. TALLAHASSEE Florida's Division the famous Red water, especially several in a Mamma Joined the FDR in $7.50 for running a stop sign.
,sited ancept for atova 4 raf Diamond.Hla battalion was one of row The gulls probably are notfloating leaving for duty with the Sixth $1695
115 10th St N. MI 22MTbadroom 1964-63 general hunting season : -
We INVITE YOU the hardest hit in Patton'a Third at all, but sitting on a Fleet

TO SHARE wall circulating. Air conditioning haattr. L.and,.. for Small resident will game Saturday birds and, Nov.an.' .Army." log Just below the surface Such They were to rendezvous off Cruise Club Holds
acraanad porch utility room The article deals with many of.HendrY" logs are part of the crop of drift. the coast with 13 vessels from 62 RerteuU 4dr. See

OUR SUCCESSI! 14 carport. Call Ml Complataly 21770 aftar furniahad ember Conservation 14, except District in where the Third the experiences aa a law wood, estimated by the Purl of other East Coast ports for the Fishing BoatacadeTwo this economy car. i

enforcement officer New York Authority. aa causing Atlantic crossing
4/UM Includinghis
Bualnaaa Th. Maw 5PM will November 21.
la path season open featured the
Chryalar Corporation, Can are bdrm houia furniahad alaoI data applyingto solution of the Billy Doctor as much as 14.) million damage The Roosevelt will relieve the events $995 i
aalllng Ilka hot cakaa Coma In ..bdrm houaa furniahad Call The opening murder case.Accept. yearly to pleasure croft attack Carrier Shangrl la. weekend for members of the
today and take a tint drlva In MJ 2 3191 aftar I: II p mjjltf deer, turkey quail, squirrel Naples Cruise Club.. On Saturday .
the car of your choice and bear was set at a formal
Falcon 2.dr.
; Ford
lurnoh.d; a a number of members' ,
S2 Chav Bal Alra VI At are i bdrm meeting of the Came and Fresh Schryver j.4t: "" \ ... .' .. r'
water Naar Shadow ." <'It' ,. .. r 1it AT R.II
fa M a M 1 owner SJS9S 80 with city .. formed grouper fishing boata- wagon
11 Falcon Rancharo I. lawn School MI 2 I72>. 4/21.5t Water Fish Commission at Tallahassee .. '.
Mick MS M April 24, according to i, For Study Withy .. cade. Commodore Dill Drum-

II Cllry...' Wagon 50-Rooms For Rant A.D. Aldrich, director. heller reported that the boat a- $1295
PS PS.Mt WW N.ws
.: \DUII Hunting will be allowed every day Of Seven Seas code experienced perfect weather I

'I Buick. At,L.SeDr.PS. R a 4 H dr. Pnrata MI I .3OM room.or Mt IIU I 14941.4JlMI .lIh. al. N in the First, Third, and Fourth 1 Paul Bchryver,178 14th Ave.S., and each member caught 61 Ford Squire Wagon

Aharo I7S DOIt Conservation Districts, and in' Maple, has been accepted as a L r his quota of grouper, Including AT, R.II, P Steering,

va factory Ambaaaaoor air PS,watch..... 55-rores Office the Second District except In Dl t. student of the University of the several large pros, P brakes.
R a H PB1555,54 ie, Gilchrlst and Levy Counties Sevca Sell for the 1964.63 aca. On Sunday 46 members and
It Olda 4 CI,. AT, PS .. In the Fifth Conservation District
RSH 1W MM 'Oft... H. I. lncl uory .I.hluldn. demlc year, according to word their guests had a covered dish $1495
Ml M ptr I Mo. 1170 Irlll every day hunting will be'
Std received
Rambler Super St So Watkina' 4 Barkau. H3 today. dinner at their picnic groundsIn
MS allowed in that portion of the'
.50 The fall of the float.
MI 2.5146. semester
5th AyeSo Little Marco Pus Besides
M Buick LaSabra 1 dr
PS PB. AT 4/19If district located south of State 1 Ing university starts with a aall.\ 60 Ford Falcon 4.dr,
ttI 00Equp. Road SO, and west of the St. date 19 from hew enjoying a good dinner. Drum- AT R.1L
M Lincoln :z.. Mt Comp, '''IfCI, Space II x "ft ,., Johns River. tog on October r Idler reported that the mem- wagon, ,
945 0 CoaatColony York on the .
w. fact air, Pans at f" places emphaaia -
1 Owner. above av 17U 00 I aids' 345 Ith Ave JeJ Where staggered-day hunting; Mediterranean countries and bers also had a good time $995

aa Dodga Plonaar "WagonVI la In force, hunting will be allowed southeast Asia. Ports of call Include M I. liVEN SEAS swimming and fishing. '

Crews At., PS. RSH 4 e>..IMS 90 Sale every day during the first) Lisbon, Barcelona, Na. Plans are being made for a

At.. Imperial: : :;. 5B-UH For nine days, and the period between .' plea, Plraeua, Belrjt, Aleian. trip to Lake Okeechobee.Drum- 62 VolkawaoD, 2-dr..

MVJT.Yc.nv. AT -,"" 00Pe Wooded tot near Shadowlawn November 23 and November : drla, Porta Bald.buer, Bombay heller laid.\ Details will be announced Economy Plus.
OL21 School city water availiblaEaiy 29 and between December Colombo
Port Swettenha/nSing.
CuatemlhseI as soon as they are
II Ford tarma Call MI 2492 or 3. .
2 dr "''I.". stick 4M 00 ... your brokar"PORT 23 and January MondaysTues.days apore, Bangkok, Saigon, Hong completed. $1395
M Plymouth Savoy i tfwagon. Oil and Friday will be closedat 1 Kong, Taipei, Seoul, Kobe, Yoko.
ROYAL In12 11
M VI 4 stick Ml 00 Len Drive. Far !a. ar Traaa all other timea.Shootlnghouri 1 I him a, Honolulu, docking San i "', :{
": dr. J;
RYH. write O J. Herbert. 2121 post for resident p.m.epec111 will remain 3 1985. .
stick 4100 Diego February
Oklahoma Game
M Cadillaa 4 .,. AT PS, Road. Parian. Con1 at from one-half hour before The curriculum of academic .,, If I
PB. p aaata Air ><. .M '
sunrise to one-half how 1 'f
ol-Income Property courses offered emphasizes both Wardens Aren'tReally
WOOD CHRYSLER after sunset of each open day modern and classical studies of t e : "

the areas touched by the cruise r. Talkers COlliER
PLYMOUTH, INC. beach and _...n.. Owner ill, seasons dur H, ,
two turkey hunting
Lana Marlowe end BackRaaltora. and Latin America .
good .
MM N. Trail Ml 21551IMI 413 5th Ave So Ml log the 1(6443 season The first t The university la a non-profit t .I. LAWTON, Okla. (Aj>-Gtm<

white 4 seats wn.ai aluminum drive Jvap.coveradbumpera. sues 2. J/I_ ettf season opens with the general I educational organization and has r '. 'W";; :1.. '... ;. ,\ rangers la tins art are keep.Inf .

fiahpola Nolan ou,. hunting season and allows tha, met all the requirements of the a tight lip these days a!; COUNTY

famous ray top with Tomcat white II.cenvaa|l.MO. Call The hunter to harvest three turkey> Department of Education of the ,. _,. ,;.. : \ they write citation for viola
Ml 22115 or Ml 22177 1PEUfltfli41tQI of either sex. The second saao state of California to rant des I- (. tlons.
42S.MTfTerdToniartTeielw'aaTa" / opens March 13 to March Mla 1 trees and Issue transcripts of They And the lea talking

that portion of the State 1 o. credits. ....; I they do the better. MOTORS
Chaap MI 23447 424,001StIR MtfOfTOFVOU cated south of State Road 30,, .,' <.-. tt., A typocraphleal error on the w c.
: ,
and March 27 to April IT, northof I Regions of igmi9 end re.wltl jo .IN .:. forms that they are uslne idea
CONO IMI oooae va 1 ;......._ titles their Phone MI 2-515-4
State Road 50. Hunters agency u the Okla.bom .
AUTOMATIC. POWER STEER AlnmlOWL. toted volcanic activity! are eon- 1
AT M'0 MAY TAKE TRADE"' SEC be allowed to take two gobbler 1 wenlrated along the rim of the Ocenoarephy class la record*rt fry me aVitlik aVeedcestme.MM. a WUdli/e Conversation D* 6.0 Tlmlaml Trail North
us isth AVE ao AFTER
I PM. during this secondturtey season. Pacific Ocean Corporation u the Medlterroni' partment.


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I Y_ COLLIER COUNTY N1WS!! Tuesday, April, 28, itM Most Successful Yet HeldI

-- Yanks, Canucks Kissing 11

r -.r 'Cancerthon' Adds $1,395 To Crusade Total Cousins. Says Woodill

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-- -, - -----
The Cancerthon" held last
Saturday at the Bank of Napleswas "We are kissing cousins but There li no capital gains tax
: the most successful of any lot engaged" said Wllf Woodillin In Canada but the Income taxIs

,. year, with contributions toward speaking to Klwanlans last perhaps 20 per cent higher In
the American Cancer Society to. tight In recognition of "United some brackets.
tailing $1,395.00. Bud Tenney Mates Canada Good Will Week." Canada has Its problems with
I II chairman with the assistance Woodill, now a resident of the French population wanting
r of Bill Ryan and Lloyd Garten Naples Is a Canadian. He was a separate nation while the
I of the local radio station, were introduced by Joe Belyea as "A United States has its racial. pro
at the "mike" all day sending Neapolitan, Canadian, and golfer blent.
the message of the Cancer Cru. Ir of some note" Telephone operators In Canada
) sade, announcing Its progress, M "Basically the countries are have to speak both French and
Introducing the entertainers. much alike," said Woodill." English
Manning the cars for collect. 4 Early settlers came seeking free. "Canada has some Ideas for
Ing donations were members of iom. Our homes, schools and export the United States might
the Key Club Buzz Ritchie i government are much alike" accept. For Instance the war
Richard Woodruff, Lee Tread. i Canadians drive Americanos on poverty started some time ago
well, Brad Unkeles.Stan Boynton, limed ears, and enjoy many of In Canada. Old age pensions
Steve Clark, Rusty Elferdlnk and the: same television and radio were adopted, and bonuses for
Billy Bryan and members of the programs, he said. In other babies Is a part of the war on
"Does" Sandy Shuart, Patti >Ints: poverty. The mothers get the pay
Taffe Call Chlckerlng, Carolyn American capital develops for babies, and Pappy doesn't
Brantley Bonnie Benjamin, An. :Canada profitably to both coun. get his hands on It. Socialized
drea McNaughton Stephanie 'LI rles.: The House of Commonss medicine Is successful In some
Blair, Julie Chlckerlng Peggy very similar to the House areas. Canadians have compul.
Hood and Cherrle Chlckerlng. ) of Representatives In Washing sory hospitalization Insurance
Key Club officers are: Dirk y,1 :on. The Canadian upper house comparable to Blue Cross herein
Tucker President; Fred Gore, yr j E'I\i litters from the U.S. Senate in the states It may be good or
i Vlce.President; Billy Bryan Se. that members are appointed. Ca. bad, but It Is working" Woodill

A BROKEN LEG did not keep Karen Ann Fedpr, cretary; and Tom Daughter, tadlan politics are American politics said
Treasurer. Television and radio Is
with the guitar from putting in appearance with "Doe" officers are: Patti ment.controlled In Canada, he
other home talent in the Cancerthon Saturday Taffe president;Stephanie Blair, said. Commercials are limited.
I even though she came on crutches. At right is her Vice-president; Pat Schaltz, se. 1 Ups Chinese' "Canadians have no more, no I

sister Alabelle Fedor, with the accordion. Karen cretary; and Barbara Johnson .. Radio BroadcastsLONDON less, freedom than Americans.And .
4*m f HBT
told the announcer she had broken her leg while treasurer. Car No. S of the we are like Texas we like
NEWS photo) "Does", with Stephanie Blair, SKIPPER CHUCK, television personality from Miami interviews children (AP-Moscow Ra- to brag about our size. Canadawill
roller-skating. ( Bonnie Benjamin, Peggy Hood, from Cancerthon headquarters at the Bank of Naples during Saturday's olio has Increased Its Chinese let the United States have I
Julie Chlckerlng and Cherrle day-long broadcast. (NEWS photo) l anguage broadcasts a third to the French problem but does
Chlckerlng won the prize for,, arry the propaganda war with not want the racial problem."
collecting the most money F'he Red Chinese leaders to Pee Klwanlans gave Woodlll a
17640. This prize 10 albumsof ,In ** home territory.The standing round of applause.
iplz long-playing records of their 12 Make First HonorsAt Red Threat summer schedule of the Woodill a former television
choice, was donated by the radio iovlet: Union's main Interna- operator In Canada, said "I hopeto
station. t lonal outlet features Chinese become a proud American."
The entertainment most ex. programs above all others. Pro. Visiting Klwanlans from Cape
rI,91rE; tensive of any year Included Naples Hiqh School In SE Asia Tarns: beamed at Peking have Coral and Fort Myers Edison
songs by the following members been i increased from 42 to 661'/ Clubs attended the meeting In a
of the Naples Senior High School II lours a week, largest boost In three-way lnter Chorus under the direction of The Naples Senior High honor Bell Ron Bender Harry he schedule.i ley Boynton and Richard Wood.
I Miss Polly Jenkins:Ann Wardell list for the fifth reporting Camacho Jeff Mace.Kathy- RealRusk ruff, Key Club members were
Cheryl Schwelkert, Susan Bal. period is comprised of 112 i policy of militancy" Rusk guests
lard Wally Fredrlckson Jr., pass.HONORS AP : Bud Holsomback was chosen
students. Twelve oTthese stu- : Sophomores:Diane WASHINGTON ( ) Secre. iald.This
Esther Truitt BUly reference to the Chinese lucky member at the meeting.
Bryant dents earned first honors Aunt Bonnie Benjamin. John tary of State Dean Rusk warned
Bruce Lamartlne Gil Communist: brand of militant
FIRST HONORS: Seniors Berlault Thomas Bernard today that the threat of Com.
Carl Partin, Natalie King, Linda communism: was underscored
Partin and Chris Ansley. Stanley Boynton, Christine Robert Blanchl, Allison Bowes. munlst aggression has not been t>'y references to the sister de. New Tax Act
Is still
removed there
There was entertainment by Campeau. Ellen Whtuitt Bar' Paul CaUan.Richard Cash.Gan J.,ense pact the Southeast Asli
need for a Middle East defense
Jean Frye who sang a medley bara Easterly. Chlckerlng, Richard demons pact. Treaty Organization, which met Available In

from "My Fair Lady"; Ron Me. HONORS: Seniors Robert Linda Cobb Susan Cory Joe Rusk's comment came In a earlier this month In Manila. Booklet Form
Cone and his three sons, Ronnie Arlck Bob Bender.GallBrack. DeLand, Carol Downs Ray speech prepared for the open. "SEATO Is currently confront
Terry and Mike; and The Echoes. Barbara Collins Diane Con Ellers Dennis Fields Jill Ing session of the 12th Coundl f id with the brutal fact of con One of the biggest news stories
Larry Cope Nellie King Nell folly Fries Anna Fussell Rosa Gil. of Ministers meeting of the Cen. tl Inulng Communist aggression" so far this year for the aver.
tusk; sold."Just .
Van Der Veer and Tommy Pro. Sandra Eckoff.AIJeenGoldle. Al Hackney Pam Hand Carol tral Treaty Organization attend.. age citizen.the enactment of the
a few days I visited
vanzano, Jr. The Anchor Trio. Donna Chris ed by foreign ministers from ago Revenue Act of 1964.has been
Polly Hathaway Carolyn Herman Henson Howell
E.J. Stewart Carl Witkop and E outh Viet Nam, where warfare
Karen Klrsebom Bruce Hultzen Valerie MacDonald Iran, Pakistan Turkey and captured In booklet form
Jim Para played as did the till rages because Communist
AN OLD PRO at the piano Scotty Whatmore local "old-time" regulars: Scotty Wat. Lamartlne. Nancy Mortland, Pat Madden George Pollock Great Britain. aggressors persist In their at. "The Bank of Naples la pleasedto
"Let not that the that have Urn.
us forget announce
we a
entertainer, was generous with his time and more of the Pirate's Den, Eddy Ann Nichols Judy Olskey Laurie Price. Harry Reid. leaders of both the principal t4 empt to Impose their will on a ited supply of an explanatory
I talents to help put the Cancelthon across. What Kaye and Clyde Haar of the PortHole Diana Rivers Margaret Roth John Roan, Penny Salmon Communist nations proclaim 11 ree people." booklet covering this new law,"
more appears nightly at the Golfing Buccaneer. and Karen and Abby Fedor, Katie Scott Nancy Slavic Liz Wendy SnowTerry Stacey Eric world domination as the ultl- He said the fact that such con. said Mrs. Mamie Tooke, bank
Bud Tenney, master of ceremonies, looks on at playing the accordion and guitar. Van Wyk Paula Van Wyk, Ann Steele Edward Stoner Tary mate Communist goal. And we rind: has not been experiencedi president. "We hope that our
left. (NEWS photo) Other regulars donating their Wardell. Linda Weeks Linda Unkeless. Mike Weeks Yvonne particular care not to the Middle East CENTO re. customers will call at the bank ito
st'C pion "Is at least In
services at.
were Beth part
: MorUand Williams Connie Worklnger. Whltaker Susan Wood Jill let anywhere pick up their copy of this
singing to the accompaniment of FIRST HONORS Juniors Worklnger. think that Shy can gain from t:rlbutable to the existence of booklet," said Mrs. Tooke.
Board Votes. "2. An experimental pro- her father, Robert Mortland: Lo. Ann Rogers Vivian Rose. this defensive shield."
gram be set up for the next veil Meadors Wally Fredrick HONORS
: Juniors: Susan
(Continued from page 1) school year 1964-63, to teathefl t son, Joe RayCharlesBowen,and Ballard
Johnny flats Vicki
Mrs. John
value of, Pulling. A treat for
proposal doesn't tabbed make it "not feasible I- program, which a teacher's should do muchto aide the kiddies on hand was the Jo Bates James Bernard. Beth . . . . . . . . .
sense, silly appearance of "Skipper" Chuck Binder Diane Bowers Sylvia .
and will not work" He sug hold in our schools our best Zink of Television Station WTVJ Boynton Orlo Carson. Cherry rS. .

gested it not be made a part teachers and encourage good In Miami. Chlckerlng Claudia Combs .
of the minutes but Rogers instated teachers to come to our county The Piccadilly Pub furnished Nancy Fisher Katherine Gui- .

by lessening the present luncheon for all the workers. nan, Stephanie Hall.Linda Henson v .
paperwork load; the test for Hutchinson
Tenney said: "I again Nancy Wayne .
HERE'S THE MOTION this program might be start- to thank BIU Ryan and Lloyd want Jenkins Robert Koch. Missy I
The motion made by Rogersand ed in the Naples Senior High Garten for their Invaluable as. Lulejlan. Alexa Olson Darlene wr1c4I .

approved by the 3-1 countIs School and. If found good, be slstance; Mrs. Tooke for the Page Nadine Parker Linda .
as follows: extended later to all other use of the Bank;the Van Der Veer Panic Susan Prince,Mike Re- .
"As It should always be the schools in our county; Music Center for the loan of the pass Walter Ritchie Carol .

duty of our School Board mem-, "3. The expenses of teach organ and piano and the HU. Rogers Kathy Schryver Judith .
bers to approve policies that ers house Company for moving them; Smollan. Laurine Standrlge.
coming to Collier
County Ishie Taus for his beautiful .
will produce more and better for an interview be Carol Thomas Brad Unkeless .
quality education In the Collier paid up plaques; and all the volunteers Jim Willis Gall Wlnchell .
to $150 if and when the teacher Including entertainers who gaveso .
County schools is hired" much of their time to this Richard Woodruff Joanne
"1 move that Item No, 2 ontOCay's worthwhile Woodward Larry Wynn.
: be In other action the board cause. FIRST HONORS ..
agenda continued until Mrs. : Sopho
our next regular meeting approved salary schedules pro- County Cancer Crusade Chair mores -. Suzanne Bailey Pam May 18, and in the meantimeour posed by Reynolds for office man, who was also assisting all' .
bus drivers .
custodians -
superintendent and hLs staff .
day concluded by saying "It .
Investigate the possibility of and mechanics. Is most gratifying to realize the Turk Cypriots . .

substituting for across-the- There results of this successful Can. .. + .
was no discussion
Paid Pal Adv .
board raise for our teachers about a replacement for School certhon, and I, too, want to thank Reject UN Call ( ) .
each and every one for the part
presented at our last .
meeting: Board Attorney Ben Parks who .
they had In It.whether It was .
"1. Ine policy of encour- was not rehired at the AprilS ... ,4. .
donating their time, talent or To Surrender \, d' ,'., rA..
aging our teaching staff to take meeting. contributing tothe Cancer Fund." ". f "I
extension or refresher courses NICOSIA Cyprus (AP') t> '
either away from the r- ,. -, Greek Cypriot forces renewed 'X .', '4..0// i M rl ff .
campus or on the campus at their drive for St. HUarlon Cas- .
least every three years the I L Read the Want Ads tie and the strategic Kyrenla'
teachers to be paid Pass shortly after dawn with qtl1qt/
to $250
each year for this work up; mortar fire on Turkish posl-i I pledge myself to be objective regarding ALL the ) :

tlons. needs of our county school board rather than representing
Alter a night of sporadic tit.1 .
Ing Greek national guardsmen i' only a particular district or individual. .

lobbed three 60mm
"t shells Into gunposts near mortar the, I am willing to devote my energies and time to the .

11th-century castle. establishment of policies and regulations that will leave .

Imnpltjjfjtcr The tempo appeared reduced the actual details of administration to the county administrative -
from heavy fighting Monday. A .
U.N. spokesman said positions : t=+l'' staff I have NO OTHER BUSINESS TOt .

Cafeteria seemed unchanged overnight. RUN.
Greek forward elements were .

reported within a quarter.mlle I recognize that the county board acts as a .
of the fortress unit and I am willing to carry through with

955 Fifth Ave. So. Neples A Turkish Cypriot spokesmansaid ) t majority decisions made by the board, whether they agree with my personal thinking or not. .

the Turks held the castle
and that the Greeks had been j j j I have the intestinal fortitude to stick to educationally-sound decisions and I will not be .

driven back. There was no con.; swayed by any pressure group or private individuals. .
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS flrmatlon of the Utter claim. \1
The offensive opened before It is not the duty of the board to run the schools but it IS its duty to see that the schools :

Beginning Wednesday April 29 dawn attack Saturday that overran with Turkish a lurprlse are efficiently managed. As our family picture above, shows I am not retired and

We Will Be Closed EVERY WEDNESDAY The Greek Cypriots\ posltlons. probably never will be. I am a mother and a housewife with the money and the time that .

During The Summer Months swept tour miles forward it takes to devote to these duties. A native of Florida, I was educated in Florida public .

toward the castle along the z.. j schools: and the University! of Miami. Our .
FEATURING S00.foot.hlgh crest of the Ky.l, t
rents Range children are in the elementary and junior )

DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALSSERVED A U.N. spokesman said a E high schools of Naples. I ask for your C;;;; dv d

number of mortar shells had ; confidence and your vote as a candidate !
EVERY NIGHT I hit the castle, but the extent! of ;
I damage to the historic structure !' for the Board of Public Instruction in Dis
3i lb. Boneless. U.S. Choice
was not known trict 2. I will serve you well. EMOLEE BARRETT, School Board Diet 2
Greek Cypriot oft1 era said
the Turkish defenders rejected :
SIZZLING With a surrender ultimatum relayed '
by Canadian U.N. troops. '
bake / Below the steep mountain tides, {J
SIULOIN STEAK Potato Canadian soldiers patrolled EMOLEE S. BARRETTBOARD
the Turkish villages of PMlerl, j'
Krlnl and Aghlrda to protect In. j 1

'Air ConditionedFor lea habitants had fled.Canadian Most. Turkiiii famll. t)' of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, DISTRICT 2

troops also set up ;
Your Pleasure"
Dining roadblocks on the Kyrt;u high i
way east and north of tta castle ]J

A aim U.N.was spokesman to observe sad.Hilary their i' H 1# :t.rj"" Itf >8 i 1. ,tl.trum'

traffic movements: Into the and fighting contr;ue.other II"L .t ,,ft 'ot' PI 1 t. lJ! : 1Jljrw