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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 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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Baptist Leader Major Faiths Pledge Moral CrusadeChurches Around


Opposes ChangeIn i



Constitution Urge The or

WASHINGTON (AP) A

church leader today opposedany By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
tampering with the First

Amendment to permit prayers IVER, England fAP} Britain
In the public schools. has Its third royal baby of the
Edwin H. Tuller, general secretary *
year The 30.year.old Duchessof
of the American Baptist Race EqualityWASHINGTON Kent gave birth to a daugh.
3 Convention, calling dally schoolpray.rs tr Tuesday night.
"more rote than wor.

ship," urged the House Judi.
y clary Committee to reject FIr WARSAW (AP-A Polish pa.

dozens of proposed constitution. (AP) Lead. man dignity," said the Most Minn, and Sen. Thomas Kuchel ;Jt per says a mass grew contain.
al amendments before It. ers of the Protestant, Roman Rev Patrick A. O'Bojle, Ro. RoC all!. Ing an estimated 10,000 Nazi
"It would be traflc If in a Catholic and Jewish faiths man Catholic archbishop of Dr. Eugene Carson blake of a victims has been unearthed Ins

moment of emotional turmoilthe pledged to a moral cruSade for Washington Philadelphia, chairman of the t I Warsaw.former sports stadium In
nation weakened the First racial equality carry their Five church leaders dedicated Commission on Religion and
Amendment and woke too late message today to President themselves to the crusade at Race of the National Council of 1
to the realization that a fundamental Johnson and to Capitol Hill. the National Interreligious Con. Churches, warned that church I t LONDON (A P)-Doctors say
freedom had been dam. They proclaimed it Tuesday vocation on Civil Rights. unity "will reveal the weaknessand 17 months In Communist prls.
aged, perhaps destroyed," he night before more than 6,000 Today, 150 churchmen of all Irrelevance of our pulpits ons have put Maynard CrevlU
said In prepared testimony. people at Georgetown Unlver. faiths carry It to the White unless from them we speak and Wynne In "an excitable and dl*.
Toiler was the first public slty, declaring that enactment House for an appointment with in the world we act to persuadeour ,wt :,, turbed mental state which gives
witness called before the com.m of a Wrong civil rights bill Is President Johnson. The Fresi. people to commit them' rise to some anxiety,"
It tee which has heard nearly the business of America's dent sent to the convocation a selves to the new patterns of A hospital spokesman said
30 members of Congress demand churches. message of praise for "those Justice and freedom that must: the statement Issued by Dr. Pet.

adoption of a constitutional "We are embarked on a cru. who are working for a country In be established" er Dally a psychiatrist, and Dr.
amendment to nullify the sade that will not be ended un. which there shall be no die- Edward Bolt, Wynne's family
Supreme Court's ruling In 1962 til every American is given crlm Inatlon." physician, did not mean the 45.
and 1963 against official school equal right, equal opportunitiesand On Capitol Hill, Protestant year-old British businessman'
prayers full recognition of his hUeI leaders scheduled the firs' In a City County life was In danger
series of worship services un. Wynne, convicted last yar of
derscorlng their concern about being a courier d spy Information .

civil rights eft ----- -'---' was released by the Rus.
2,224,626 Voters EligibleIn The services will be held Now Own Park starts last Wednesday In ex.

I daily at the Lutheran Church of MAJORETTES: at the Sen- change for Soviet master spy
the Reformation while the Sen. ioi High School will be in Gordon Lonsdale. Wynne was

May 5 Primary Election broad ate"We is civil feel considering rights that this bill.Is Johnson's an Issue On Naples BayThe Tampa competing tomoitow for and honorsin Friday unconscious.rushed to the hospital Sunday


where moral and spiritual factors state contests. Both the
TALLAHASSEE! .A record Escambia 65.501. and Volusia should dominate the political majorette team (above) TOKYO (AP) Communist
China announced today that Us
2224626 Floridians will be 64788. process," Rabbi Url Mil. City and County now and the girls in duct competition -
former ambassador to Moscow
eligible to vote in the first per By companion. the top ten ler of Baltimore president of jointly own the three-acre Bat won superior ratings ,
has been
Wang Plng-nan
mary election: May 5, according: : counties' in I960 had the following the Synagogue Council of Amer. Point Park on Naples Bay, nt the district contest named a vice minister, of for.
to thelitcNt tabulations on voter total: ica, told the convocation. clearing the way for Installa
registration from Secretary of. Dade, 348.638; Pmrllas. Only a handful of the con tlon of Improvements such ass and a light to compete in ftiim' affairs.

Stile Tom Adams 160803. Duval, 137,425, Urow gressmen the churchmen hopeto boat slip and picnic tables. the state-wide contest The

Thin represents ,increase of aid. 11302); Palm Beach convince were at the gather. Deed to the was given girls in the duet are Jo FREETOWN, Sierra Leon
4rtl.200 voters over the number 87,247. Orange 68.879; Polk Ing. Among them were the floor to property Harmon Ann Patton (I) and Judie (AP)-61r Milton Margal, 67,
eligible in the I9M1 primaries, 68.445. htambia. 57.464, and County Engineer
managers of the Johnson bill, T' Smollan From left the who has been prime minister of
Turner yesterday by Collier ,
and Volusla .
the UM comparable election 54.1 115
.t Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D. team Is' Davis Lin- Sierra Leone since it attained
IH 86.825 more than were on the Development Corp The deed Kathy .Self-government In 1960 died
book at the time of the special covers the park Itself andsome da Stowell, Judie Smollan, Tuesday night ,

general elections last November r t additional right-of-way along Jo Ann Patton, Sherie

I The new totals hhiw I.802.230 the widened and newly-paved I Huffman and Melinda
registered DimH.ratN as com Danford Street. Gilb (NEWS photo) NEW YORK (AP) Four
pared to 3'16.RMS Republicans, Vince Woodnote Florida girls were under arrest
Another 25.511 are registered a.* City Manager today In a crackdown on civil
S that "we are limited Ii,
independent! rights debkou rations .at the '
In the four-year period! nines: what we can do with the park The Moorings World's Fair
I960 the Democrat out-registered because It has no water supply They were arrested Tuesday

the Republicans, J20,775 ." Underground water In the NorthThe by Pinkerton detectives after be.
to 1)089). However the percentage area Is brackish and the near- Moving big warned three times they

increase of Republicanvoters est city water line, on Kelly must stop picketing the Florida
WIN mUfh higher, the Road, will terminate more thana Mooring Development pavilion
GOP ga.nmg, by 4'1.2 per cent Corp. announced yesterday plans Fair officials said the
mile north of the park site .- -- w 4 for t $730,000 development girls,
the pro.
1960 while Democrats
over two whites and two
when the line Is Installed soon Negroes,
gram In Unit 4 and 5 section
increased 21.6 per cent tl .
from
were the Miami and Talla.haasee
Registration among Negro The park Is a joint City- north of the golf course and ex.
chapters of the
voters also showed a large m nL County project because, though tending from the TraU to the of Racial Equality. Congress
crease In I960 a total of the land lies within the cityon Tax Liability Haunts Gulf

163. 128 Negroeswere registered the Day's eastern shore, Preliminary work ha* already
compared: to 240,616 this year It Is expected to be used main started In the area, with clear. NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -
Big Dade County again led \ East residents. Ing, street,grading, and Install Creek Cypriots held their fire
the individual counties. in the ly by Naples Hoffa On Attorney Fees at ion of utilities expected to get today after the U.N. peace force
With the Corps of Engineers
Army commander denounced their
number of registered voters with under way- in the near-- 'future..
a total of 429.064. mote than Davlnj the bill tlendrv Parcel Y In Unit 2 of the' drive to hurl the Turks from

twice, that of any other county; Corp of Tampa recently dred WASHINGTON (AP)-James forced to reimburse any funds Moorings ha* been cold In a strategic Kyrenla Pass
Poems ritaimd! its second M ged a channel, about 100 feet R. Huffs, beset from within and paid for their president's legal $200,000 deal to the Home Ibid. There was no Indication how
place ranking with 202,H2 wide and a quarter-mile long, without his huge Teamsters Union expenses, and that Media might big Co., of Baltimore and Anne long the lull would last. U.N. observers -

voter. from Danford Street south to empire, faced another wor. have to pay personal Income Austin Luetkemeyer, A warranty reported relative quiet
However, the most spectacular ; the Bay. This channel marks ry today-a court precedent In. taxes on any such payments deed was filed this week In the throughout the Island.
voter increase among the the have to of County Clerk office The commander of the Greek
park's eastern boundary. dlcatlng he might pay The amount Hoffa's legal
counties occurred: in Rroward As soon as a slip Is built, federal Income taxes on his bills owed or already paid Is a Cypriot forces besieging St. HI.
which: jumped from I 111.02) in fees larlon Castle said he had halted
boats can be launched Into this huge union-paid legal closely guarded Teamsters' se.
1960 171.03) 1964 Thus, his drive
In to consolidate
to his posl.
channeL The precedent, a 1963 US cret, but reliable estimates
Broward edged such: Drink Machines tlon. Some of his forces
pail perennial were
Into the
of
Tax Court decision, appeared range hundreds thou.
leader Fill dirt dredged up Is In 200
voter registration only yards from the
lend to In sands of dollars.
weight a major point
Duval and Hillsborough piles along both sides of Pilfered At Four medieval fortress
is a high-level Teamsters' ruckus In addition to expenses of his a key to the
Rounding the top ten counties ; the channel. That on the west TurklshJield Kyrenla Pass and
that cut off Hoffa's legal ex. current Chicago fraud conspiracy Gas Stations Here
in voters this year were bank will be pushed westwardto pense money as he entered his trial, Hoffa also faces heavylawytrs' the highway through it, which
Duval 168,555; HilUborough elevate some low-lying land second major federal criminal bills In appealing his Petty thieve have been connects Nicosia with the north
167,089. Palm Beach, (112,)I2. making coast of Cyprus.CHICAGO .
In the
new park.Summer trial In less than 60 days March 4 Jury-tampering conviction the rounds of the soft drink ma.
Polk 76 869
98 967 ;
;
Orange
The Teamsters' general counsel In Chattanooga, Tenn. chine In gasoline filling station
ae Edward Dennett Williams, Williams' legal advice against over the past few days, appar. (CAP) The pains
l School put the union's top brass In a continued union payment of the ently with a master key which taking search for It peers of
sweat by advising they might be expenses was viewed as another fits all the machine. James R. Hoffa resumed todayIn
I body blow to the beleaguered On Monday the Sunoco filling a U.S. District Court where
Prospects Dim; Hoffa's efforts to hold control of Station on Fifth Avenue, South, the Teamsters Union presidentand
Canada Orders his 1 7-mllllon member union and the Knelr' Shell Station, seven codefendants are oo

Lowe while trying to fight off persistent 39 Ninth St., N., reported to po. trial for fraud and conspiracy.
1 1h ';:'4'Y ReportsProspects Soviet NewsmenOut government efforts to lice that the change boxes had Defense attorneys and gov.
Of put him In Jail. been removed from their machines ernment prosecutors the first
for a summer CountryOTTAWA If Williams' opinion were subsequently and yesterday Ilelsler'i,I two days of the trial hare
:-. .f school session at Naples Senior (AP) The Cana. borne out by the Standard Service on the Trail agreed to seat tentatively only
4 High School appear dim at dlan government has ordered a courts, It could mean a stagger. and Second Ave. N., and the four prospective jurors Ninety.
e the present time, Edmund Lowe, Soviet newsman out of the roun. Ing drain on the personal Naples Esso Station on the Trail six others In the first panel of
( school counselor, said yesterday try, charging he tried to buy pocketbooks of Hoffa and the reported similar thefts 100 venlremen were excused for
,E, secret data on a Canadian 1'10 other 14 members of the Team various reasons ranging from
Lowe said so far 21 students du&trlal process stars' executive board. ulcers to prejudice
have Indicated an Interest in Foreign Secretary Paul Mar. TIle tax court precedent on Meet TheCandidates

summer school work, but requests tin told the House of Commons the Income tax aspect, Ironical. NEW YORK AJMelvln
that police arrested Vastly Tar. ly Involved a minor Teamsters'
Osterman
have been for 10 different ousted judge of the
for the So. official In who
California
asov, correspondent finally State Court
"\1,' have of Claims, was
courses, must stn.
vlet government paper Izvestla, had to pay taxes In similar clr. tented to
a year In the
penlten.
tl 15 students registering for a when he tried to bribe s gov. cum stances. There are three candidates In tiary today In the
course before It can be offer- ernment employe Monday night A further potential legal pit. the running fur School Board, authority scandal. states liquor
i ed," Lowe said Martin said the civil servant fall yawned before the Team. District 2_ Emolee S. Barrett, state Supreme Court
; Justlct
1 Courses In English, typing, Involved went to police as soon sters after the government said Lillian Miller, and Lester Whit. Joseph A. Saraflt, Imposing
rL and various fields of science as Tarasov made his first over. Tuesday it might step In under aker. sentence, told Ostermao
!r are offered In the lurmner pro tures, and Canadian Interests federal labor law and demand AU three have responded to a violated the confident: "you
gram from Junior high levelon wr not harmed. Police made a public accounting of union NEWS questionnaire and their In you" and "undermined reposed

through the 12th grade. Detailed the arrest when they caught funds spent to defend Hof fa. answers appear on Page 10, oftoday' lie confidence In our govern.ment pub..
him documents "W the matter Issue.
accepting are giving active and our courts."
Information be obtained
may Authorities said there was no and serious consideration," Another contest-Commission Osterman 61
by contacting Lowe at Indication that Tarasov, 31, said a spokesman for Secretaryof seat, District 5-wlll be featuredIn publican district, leader a former Re.
plead.
l the Lowe school said more Interest must worked tor a Soviet spy ring Labor W, Willard wirtt. tomorrow' edition. ed guilty April 6 to three, count


gram lity.be evidenced Principal if It Is In to a Wallace become summer Vvood-a pro rea To Elect Public Defender In Each Judicial Circuit .


rull expressed the same opinion
TALLAHASSEE (AP) for hire attorneys to protect the In.. trials Some won freedom be. arranged Into It Judicial clr.
the first time In Florida history, tarsus of people too poor to hire cause the witnesses and tvl.denct cults, each having Judges, pro..
--..... .-_...-..;.,/., whatever In the the state will elect public !ide. their own. against them had dlsap- tcutlng attorneys, public defend.
THE LAKE fenders In every Judicial circuitto This theory cam from the V. peared. Many went right back ers and various court
PARK annual spring concert will be held in the Naples Senior world officials.In .
i you're ]
.? provide legal assistance,for S. Supreme Court In March 18C3 to Jail to finish out their original
High School auditorium, Thursday April 30 beginning at 7 30 pm )''looking for. defendants too poor to hire their after Clarence Earl Gideon u. sentences November, the stat will

About 50 voices will make up the chorus under the direction of George own attorney. gued that he was denied his <".on.stltutlonal After the 1963 Legislature setup vote on a constitutional amend
Booker. In the top photo Lucy Gail Pulling( (seated ) and Rowena Lor- Under the law set up In the right of equal protec. the public defender system, ment revising the circUit.and in.
cntzson. members of the chorus, are modelling the dusses the girls will 19(3 Legislature every prose. tlon of the laws because he could the governor made the Initial creasing the number to 20 bt.

wear during the concert The trio in the lower photo will furnish music t eutlng attorney will have a pub. not hire an attorney and the appointment. Now, the public cause crease of tn the stat,'* booming b.
'I lie defender u his :ounterpart. stat could. defender must be elected population.
for a group singing "folk songs from around the world From left they
with The theory is that If the state The U. S. Suprsm Court ac. throughout his circuit, the same If this is ratified, the IOnmet'
Leslie who will the Donald DeVoe
arc Carpenter play autoharp t'a 'I has the right to hire attorneys tlon opened the way for thou*. as the prosecuting state attor. will appoint more Judges, more
the marracas and Barton Levenson with the nat!: There will be no ad* I to protect Its Interests, so also ands of prisoners In state prls.or. prosecuting attorneys and nor

mission charge to the concert, (NEWS photo) does the state have the duty to and :ounty Jails to seek new ny.In Florida, the counties art public defenders


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2 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday, April !9. 1964

LBJ[ Predicts Scranton, Lodge Sweep




LBJ UrgedTo Overseas Expert RalliesTo Dog New Tax Cuts { 5t,,la;1E5 3Lr P Home State PrimariesPHILADELPHIA


L .4P BOSTON (AP) Massachu.
AP-GoV.
TravelTo LBJ DefenseNEW ( setts Republicans gave their
Dcfamori easily
YORK few defenders For Next YearWASHINGTON oar at William Pennsylvania's W. Republican favorite son, Henry Cabot
joined 1 swept
endorsement
have the dogfight d presidential preference Lodge a resounding
over President Johnson'shandline (AP) Less scoring a for the GOP nominationfor
HawaiiWASHINGTON than two months after an $11.5 primary Tuesday president In Tuesday's prl.
of his beagles The reductionwent '. + state record for write-in votes.
President still is in the dog. billion income tax p i111i10 He said today in a statement mary.
(AP) Presl. house with many persons for on the books, President from his home at Dalton that Lodge topped Sen. Barry
dent Johnson who has a fond lifting the dogs by their ears. Johnson has held out the pros the size Goldwater of Arizona In the
he "astonished" by
hell for grasping; voters' hands,, As the President's ears were pect of trimming taxes still of his was write-in and "certainly I write-in vote In the preference

Is being urged to make a West. boxed by dog lovers who setup further-but not for a few years. am grateful to the men and column by a margin of better

era Inspection tour in Mayor I a chorus of yelps about hU "It is stilt too early to make of Pennsylvania who than 7 to 1 In Incomplete re.
June that could take him as far handling of the beagles Him and firm promises on further tax women have offered this expression of turns. President Johnson toppedthe
ss Hawaii. cuts" Johnson said In remarks write-ins the Democratic
on
Her, on Monday, a dog expert their confidence."
For a president who wishes tc prepared for a dinner attendedby ballot.In .
overseas came to his defense. State GOP leaders had hoped
preserve as long as possible the Bernard Workman of London many of the nation's business for such a large write-in that Saigon South Viet Neon,
pleasant fiction that he isnl leaders Tuesday night Is U.S.
chairman of the canine defense the 46year.old flrst.term governor where he ambassador
campaigning tours of this kind "But If this one is a successas much to
league said today, "I don't be. would regard it as a pop Lodge said, "It means
offer a chance to get out and I have every reason to be. that fellow citizens of
lleve that a beagle comes to ndWrte+.. ular clamor from his home me my
meet the people where they] any harm by picking It up by lleve it will be-in building pro. state for him to become a presidential Massachusetts have shown this
live. Johnson has said he wanti the ears Their ears are particularly : ductlon creating jobs, raising candidate. confidence in me." He declined
to hold down political activity] profits and generating revenuesto further comment
strong. in his statement,
until after the party nominally balance the budget, thenI Scranton
at large who
Workman added; "Most people kept to his position that he is Ten delegates
conventions. know how to handle their see another tax cut a few saying "I am favor Lodge were elected but
not candidate :
These trips are always blllec down the road the Pres. a
own dogs best" years astonished. I am not a candidate results In the district delegate
as nonpolitical expeditions or The President took note of the Ident continued.But and have made this very races were determined slowly.
which the country's head mar he cautioned: "We can
uproar Tuesday. He said he had Since I repeated time Many communities stopped
is seeing for himself how mat. to this second round of A. plain.
move in late evening and resumed
picked up the dogs by the ears after time I was not.a counting
ten are progressing at the grass so an Associated Press photographer tax reduction only if we behave candidate that I expected few today. In New Bedford
"
roots. could take a picture. ourselves this year. counting Is not scheduled to resume .
This usually results in futile Then he smiled and added that On the heels of his warm re. "POST YOUR SCORE" reads the sign being posted by Scott Wolfe di. votes. rolled nearly 6C until Thursday.

outcries from the opposition that an AP reporter "wrote a story ceptlon Monday from the U.s. rented at the ladles who will participate in special golf competition duringthe Scranton cent of the Republican up total Clerks complained about the

the chief executive Is politicking about my being inhumane" The Chamber of Commerce convention annual Shrine tournament which starts tomoirow at the Beach Club. for per presidential preference.With long unwieldlng ballots for both

at the taxpayers' expense. But for story Included some adverse Johnson invited more than About 135 Shriners are signed to play in the tournament and about 40 8,442 of 9,261 precincts parties. There were more than

the such record complaints and even are mostly their authors comment by dog lovers. 50 corporation presidents and women The ladies will play at The Moorings Golf and Country Club but counted Scranton had 211,533; 29,000 names on the party bal

expect little public rue: The AP photographer said he board chairmen and their wivesto din. nil scores will be kept at the chickee near the 18th preen at the Beach Club. Henry Cabot Lodge 71,580; for. lot in contests ranging from national
had made no request for sucha the private White House convention delegates to
Richard M.
President
tlon to them.Johnson'l picture The famous golf scorer of the Augusta National Many Elmore will keep mer Vice town and ward committees.One .

desk is loaded with Press secretary George Res.dy ner."For as long as I am president the records assisted by the Beach Club Women's Golf Association under Nixon water of 33,219 Arizona; Sen.29,307 Barry Gold-Gov. delegate favorable to
all kinds of invitations for him told them "the lead. :Mrs. Harold Kernel. (McGrath photo) ; A. Moore of
asked whether there was he the supervision of Nelson A. Rockefeller of New Goldwater Roger
to dedicate dams, Inspect new any White House reaction to the ers of Industry and finance are York 6,496. Sen. Margaret Boston, was elected without op

atomic complexes and view, cut conserve.Urn rlbboni. complaints by dog lovers said: going to be welcome In this Chase Smith of Maine 447; Gov. position. Like most of the dele,
on highways "I haven't heard from them as house." Cloture Threat George Romney of Michigan gate candidates Moore Tan

projects.The yet. I've heard nothing about it He said that "to sit down and 417, and Harold E. Stassen 156. officially uncommitted. Del..

President has a blpartl. other than a few stories I've exchange views with you from County CourtJury Forces Dixie None of the leading presidential gates are not committed to vote
san invitation to visit Hawaii, read In the papers." time to time is vital to the candidates campaigned in for the winner of the prefer

which Is about as far as he can Critics of Johnson Included health of our free enterprise the state and no names were ence poll.

go from the mainland under nil veterinarians, the Society for economy. were charge of driving under the Influence Strategy Meet on the ballot. One of the top vote-getters on
self-Imposed rule not to leave the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals The President has announced trial requests The 21 cent total polledby the Republican aUarg slate
was sentenced to $250or per
the country so long as there li and officials of the American plans for a similar dinner early ,granted John T, MoCu Eugene Lodge UJS. ambassador to was Lodge's son, George.
no vice president. Kennel Club and the National next month with top labor un. I'Cannon: and James A. Reed by 125 days plus 10 days and WASHINGTON CAP)- Faced South Viet Nam, was regarded Lodge also won a surprising
ordered with.the first strong threat of a
In his driver's license was
Club. Ion officials. Richard M. Stanley Democrat.
Beagle ,Judge the
write-in vote on
as by ob
Daniel I D. to choke off the Impressive many
Sens. K. Inouye
said It revoked for t maximum cloture move
A defender of the Presidentwas The President was up County Court on Monday. servers. ic ballot. President Johnson
Hawaii and Hiram L. Fong Ro marathon civil rights debate,,
Melvin Schleslnger, president to business and labor to prevent McCaa and Cannon were period. The previous write-in record topped Atty. Gen. Robert F.
called the President senators hastily
Southern today
Hawaii recently and asked on him to dedi. of a Kansas City kennel costs and prices from charged with drunkenness disorderly Willie Chandler paid a $35 called new secret strategy was 183,073 for the late Presl. Kennedy by a 3.1 margin in

cat some new battle monuments club, who said all the barking creeping upward. conduct profane language fine on a charge of concealed session.a dent John F. Kennedy in I960. Democratic write-ins. Lodge

being erected in the National was Just" "Republican propaganda. Urging the business leadersto destruction of personal weapon. Dewey 1.. Martinwas Sen. Richard B. Russell D- On the Democratic side, Pres. finished third.
keep a tight rein on prices sentenced to $25 or 25 Ident Johnson had 149,943 votes The unofficial Republican
Cemetery of the Pacific. he dines with property and assault. Charges Ga., told a reporter of the meet.
he said that when Reed were listed u days on a public drunk chargeand Ing after announcing earlier In 7,273 precincts, followed by presidential tabulation of 1,285of
"I will tell them against
If he Sen. FrankE. High Winds Heavy labor leaders, Atty Gen. Robert F. Kennedy 1,764 precincts gave: Gold
there
goes don't want to drunkenness, destruction of $100 or 60 days on a charge there would be no further ses.
Moss, D.Utah said he hopes that I know they lan- of petit larceny. alone of his forces this week. with 8,485 and Gov. George C. water 5,812; Lodge 43,872; for.
the President will stop long Rains Hit State; push so hard for wage Increasesthis personal property, profane He his mind alter Wallace of Alabama with 2578. mer Vice President Richard M.
changed
Bonds of 12 defendants not
conduct.Six .
would hurt a
enough to dedicate the Flaming year that they guage and disorderly Republican Leader Everett M.Dlrksen Wallace a Democrat who ad. Nixon 3,411; New York Gov.
Little Damage and start a spiral continued In court were ordered -
appearing
lot of people cases were Rockefeller 1,407
Gorge Dam in Utah, where RJ11., served notice vocates segregation also received Nelson A. ;
President John F. Kelinedyturned By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS going from their side." as follows John A. Squires estreated. Defendants and that the pressure for action or 812 votes on the Republican Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of

the valve that started High winds and heavy rains Johnson said he hopes bust. charged with careless burn- charges are as follows: William the till from many senators was ballot in Delaware County, Maine 282.
struck Florida Tuesday. ness and labor can "emulatethe Cos- K.Whltmlre speeding$30 unofficial tally of the
the flow of water. Ing of wood; James R. ; becoming Intense. a Philadelphia suburb. The
A tornadoJIke storm dipped'out railroad people" who. last tello and William G. Engel I. Orlando Gonzalez speeding Dirksen said he and Democratic Rain fell In much of the state Democratic preferential poll
Johnson who sometimes of a squall line at Zellwood week settled their Ave year.olddispute Illegal possession of fresh deer $30; John A. Marzullo speedIng Leader Mike Mansfield Tuesday which possibly held gave Johnson 34,318; Kennedy
gives the of being and prevented a nationwide
appearance 15 miles northwest of Orlando t
$30 LuLs A. Rodrlquez down the 8,848; Lodge 1878.
would voting.
meat George Williams Jr., ; D-Mont, had agreed they
restive at White House confine.' shed rail strike. ;
and destroyed a packing Ivrla $30 Florence E. file cloture petition next Mon. Scranton had asked that none The tally of scattered write.In
while Intoxicated speeding ; a
ment Is recent tax cut ;
reported sympathetic while workers their Noting that the driving ballots
were on votes from both gave
of the GOP candidates
no driver's license day to cut off debate on a pendIng cam.
H. Stacey
and Bruce
to the Idea of making a West.ern lunch hour. No one was injured.The reduced corporation levies by Howard assault; Gov. William W. Scranton RFa. -
palgn in the state saying he
tour. He nas always beer fierce wind scattered por. one-mth, Johnson said, "We Noble, Improper tag. $25; Donald E. Nick no dri compromise Jury trial wanted to lead ., 564 and Gov. George Wallace I
an unpledged
amendment unless the South
politically popular in the Plalr tlons of the new, 200-foot square have done this in an administration. A warrant for arrest was ordered ver's license $50; Willie C. delegation to the convention D-Ala., 128.
and Rocky Mountain. area shed over a wide area.OFF'EE some people have called against Willie L. Jameson Baker, Improper brakes, $35| rners agreed to a vote by Tues. a "favorite son" leader-not as a

'anti-business'Johnson." went on a charge of no driver's JK, Harry Feld violation of restrictions ,day.Dirksen made it clear he was candidate. All observed this, but Sen. Holland Too
Actually ; $35 Oscar Washington
f cense. Warrants were ordered ; confident the votes would be some Goldwater supporters ran
HOUR "we are pro.buslne5l-.nd pro- nodrlvers license$50, Conservative Or
labor_nd pro-the national In. Issued against Lawrence there to Invoke cloture although against organization backed ,
levi! and John J. Miranda eachon and Improper tag $25; William this never before has candidates for 54 delegate spots
terest. Herrick, fishing. civil and in at least one Instance Too Liberal?
a charge of speeding. spear been done on a rights bill.
THURSDAY APRIL 30 3 to 5 P.M.IN .
THE HOME, OP NI-O \'OR''" ( \P Mor .than Kenneth E. Weimer paid a $25; and Lester White disorderly It takes two-thirds of those were successful. Ten at large BARTOW (AP) Sen. Spes.
to make this delegates chosen earlier by the lard L. Holland today .
conduct $50. voting move sue. complained
fine on an Improper tag
flower $25
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Birmingham I HO million red day pot!
and cessful. This would mean the state committee are unpledged. that one re-election oppon.
Kites for
ate produced innuallv in charge $30 speeding
3041 Hibiscus Aye. East NaplesFOR of support of 87 senators If all 100 ent paints him as too conserva.
to mel I growing professional the charge against him no Violence Can'tHalt
were on hand. Probe Flash Fire tive and the other calls him too
and unuteur gardening nerds by driver's license was dismis
When Dirksen and Mansfield liberal.
WILLIAM (BILL) HENNING IHHII 40 companies. in the Integration, Introduced their Jury trial In Aircraft Ferry "One or the other must be
United' Slate. Some of the tornpumeft sed.Option
of $25 or 25 days was U.S. Court Warns amendment last week...a pro. wrong and the chances are that
CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER OP DISTRICT ITh date hawk lit pr Jei*.*cir MOBILE Ala. (AP) Federaland
Public end Other CindidttH .r. Cordially Invitn firm Intituled in the Colonies given Emlle Ma re Isle on a MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP)- posal they feel went a long way company officials began In. both are wrong" Holland com
Pi4 Political Ad ) charge of no driver's license A federal court which warned toward meeting Dixie demands mented.
ot tIIre\ IMH vestlgatlon today Into the cause
'---. Cleveland Jackson was given hat: violence cannot frighten -they voiced confidence of a of a 11uh'fire In the hold of the "I'm a constitutional conser.
an option of $50 or 50 dayson away Integration has ordered vote either Monday or today. aircraft ferry vessel Croatan. vatlve Democrat and U adher.

a charge of Improper tag. fix Negroes put back in school Russell In telling of today'6 Five men died in the blaze. Ing to our nation's constitutionputs

Mary G. Burrow waived preliminary at Notasulga. new strategy meeting said he Eight fire companies poured me behind the times I guess

T hearing on a charge The high school wing of Nota- remained strongly opposed to tons of water Tuesday into the I'm guilty" Holland said. "Aft.

1'U&v1u'1Ibrllg& 1111 of failure to stop and render lulga's three-building complex any vote this week. 490.foot vessel which Is In dry. er all, the Constitution has been

aid. Dennis F. Leigh paida vas destroyed by fire April 18, Drive Carefully And Live dock here for routine repairs. around for a century and half."

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Presents' Awards Day AtFounder's ;.1' ''' :::0//1 e poef;d.. Corner


"Girl of the Year"awards wen L +

Marshall presented aka to Ruby banquet Page held and Sat.Lei 'Joy Will Come To Us'

urday night at Bonita Springs reforming,
not
WQt Some wicked ones are
Spa In
observance of the 33rd r
(
anniversary of Founder's Day Instead, each day they lower sink,
of XI Beta Nu and Delta Nu WR But Judges now are well performingBy
chapters of Beta Sigma Phi. ) J.E MARTIN sending sinners to the clink.
Founder's
Dy pledge was led .
by Mrs. Irene Sorokoty. Mrs. Baseless thoughts and unreal vision

honor Marshall of was presenting chosen a for special the It was much like "The Man Who Came to Dinner", Often do lead us astray

message from the sorority's except Mr and Mrs C. R. McGaughey came for I few Things we build with neat precision

founder at International headqua. days and stayed for three weeks. Their hosts, Mr. and Turn from glitter Into gray.
ters In Kansas
City. Doris Turn. : ::
er said grace.Highlights Mrs. William f, Allen, of the Ocean Terrace, made their

otth.past year were visit so enjoyable that the McGaugheys are now In the Long we slave and save the wealthIn
reviewed by Betty McLenon and their later years we should enjoy,
of decorating own apartment.
Jeanne Ackerman. Ruby Page, process lose health
But in the our
President of XI Beta Nu, and C R, McGaughey Jr and Mrs. Charles Stinnett we process
Mrs. Maxine Grondahl, presl. down from Lexington, Ky., for the weekend and put And then with car must play it coy.
dent of Delta Nu chapter - -
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presented with orchid corsages were JOYING the sand and the sun and the sparkling \\ateri of the Gulf of their stamp of approval on their parents' Carriage Club Stories of the famed remind us

by members of each chapter. Mexico at the Naples Leach: Club Hotel last week was .Mrs.[ Robert J. apartment Mr. and Mrs. Allen are staying on sever. How to make our lives sublime

Combs Two new and members, Sandra Peggs of Fort Laudetdale. (McGrath photo) more weeks, but the McGaugheys left reluctantly, today And, when leaving treat with kindness
Beverly Mallory, .
were welcomed by Peggy Weeks, for Lexington.Joan Those for whom we had no time.

len toastmistress thanked Fted Mrs.Hartford Glen MCMI1.for Becker BersonThe Irene Carlos Griffith vacationed for two weeks with her It'. no help to grieve in sorrow ;
Mr and Mrs. Walter Barrows III, 18th Avenue -
grandparents,
making the program a success. What has happened in the past;
The committee In charge of marriage of Gayle Nancy and Miss Gall Parsons was maidof South. Miss Griffith returned to her studies .t Let us hope that soon tomorrow -
the affair Becker to Renny Harold Bersonat honor for the bride. George Marry Despite
were Mrs. Glen Me.
MUlen, Betty Thurner,Mimi Wat. Grace Lutheran Church on Sat. MacFagan was best man. Wheelock College In Boston last weekend. Joy will come to us at last.
son and Peggy Weeks. In additionto urday evening, April 25,has been The bride wore a white sUk Dutch BoycottROME About the middle of May, the Barrows will drive
the banquet, traditional cere announced by her parents, Mr. crepe dress and carried a bou. to Palm Beach, and board a train for their home In Si. By Adolph Kopen
monies were observed. and Mrs. William J. Becker, quet of white roses. Miss Par.
Mrs. Dale Vhllch said the first 515 First Avenue, North. sons was attired In yellow gown (AP)-Princess Irene David's, Pa.
chapter of the sorority was form The bridegroom Is the son of and her bouquet was of yellow Carlos of the Netherlands of Bourbon-Parma and Prince were Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher who were the guests for< Noted Organist

ed 33 years ago In Abilene, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berson, flowers. married today In a wedding two weeks of Mr and Mrs N U Wallingford left Sunday .
There are now 1185 Eighth Avenue, North. Both Berson and his wife are
175,000 members 7,500 In chaptersand 14 coun. The seven o'clock slngle.rlng graduates of Naples High school boycotted by the Dutch royal for their home In Cincinnati Ohio. Mr. Fischer I Is
the Dutch
tries. ceremony was performed Rev. and he Is currently attending family government, opposed and by Ignored by a former national amateur golf champion. To Perform In
George W. Price. The bride was classes at the University of Flori .
given In marriage by her father, Generalissimo Francisco Fran Yesterday, Mr. and Mrs David Nethercott left by

Negro Woman Runs da.Mrs.. Berson Is employed at co's Spanish regime motor for Chicago en route to Birmingham, Mich. The
The headstrong Dutch prln--
For CongressionalSeat WoodPrivate the Bank of Naples. cess and the Carllst pretender Nethercotts will be back for the winter season, but have Naples Tonight

to the Spanish throne exchange not decided whether to return before or after the holi .
In Arkansas graveside services Peter Sellers vows In the Borghese chapel ot '
Radio Music Mall
the
well-known In City
were held at 11 o'clock this morn. Rome's Basilica of Et. Mary days. The Ol1an1.sloCoWn.s
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP- Ing at Naples Memorial Gardens Leaves Hospital Major before Paolo Cardinal Mr and Mrs. J. M. lobaugh also left yesterday. The Driggs, will give an organ In New York.' No admission
Florence Clay, a Negro, has for the Infant son of Mr.and Mrs. Globbe, a former papal mind Ashland have concert tonight it 3o'clock will charged.
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who from Ky., an apartment
filed for Democratic nominationto Drive HOLLYWOOD (AP) British Lobaughs come This is being -
Robert W. Wood,623 Coral to the Netherlands at the Masonic Tem- concert sponsored
Congress In Arkansas' heavily who died yesterday In Naples actor Peter Sellers after will leave three The chapel was filled with tl- in the Park Place Club. They have vacationed several ple on the North Trail by the Hammond Organ

segregationist MississippiRiver Community Hospital. the and one.half hospital weeks today confinement tied nobility supporters of the other places In Florida but 'when Mr, Lobaugh retired All music-lovers are Invited Studios of Fort Myers, with the
delta. Rev. Richard T. Lambertpas. heart attack. Carllst cause and Dutch visitor from Armco Steel they decided to settle to hear this outstanding cooperation of local organistsand
widow who following a severe in January
Mrs. Clay, a op. tor of Trinity by the Cove Episcopal to Rome. But no ruling member others Interested In
erates a funeral home In For. church.offlclated. Arrangements Sellers, 38, probably will of a royal house was present,, In Naples. artist who has taught many of good
rest City, will oppose Rep. E. C. were handled by the Rich. spend three to four weeks con. the successful organists across mIlS Ie.
and Franco sent no repre.enta.tlve. north several
Gainings of the 1st District in ard A. Pittman Funeral Home. valesclng In his rented hillside Others who are on the way to spend the country. Many people On Thursday, April 29
the July 28 primary. She Is the Besides his parents, the babyIs home In nearby Beverly Hills The romance of the blonde, months, are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Patterson. The Patter- will remember his playIng Drlggs, wUlconduct an afternoon
first Negro candidate for a ma. survived by two brothers and He Is not scheduled to begin an. 2S.yeir.old princess and the sons have a home near Toledo, Ohio. for number of years and evening organ clinic, for
jor office In the delta. three sisters. other film until early next year. the purpose of helping organ
thin, balding S4.year.old prince Mr. and Mrs. Richard llghtfine! and their three chi
had been buffeted for months by owners get more out of their
controversy stemming from n- dren leave this week for Wayne, III. Mr. Llghtfine who Instruments. This clinic will

Upon and his position as claimant -. Is associated with Marsh, McLennon Insurance Company ife MouSFIJotROqQED be of interest to organists at
to the throne from the Carl his here for the last two weed an musical levels, from the
: In Chicago, joined family -
1st branch of Spanish moo- i ( beginner to the teacher or professional -
archlsts. of their month's visit. and will be conducted -
T: LsJ Irene's conversion to the Mrs. Llghtfme's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Dickinson May 8-9 At In the Social Hall of Em-

t prince's caused a Roman sensation Catholic In fait the: Ninth Avenue, South, will be here until the end Junior HighThe manuel Lutheran Church, Bowline

i Netherlands, whose royal l&mlly; ''of the month. They spend summers In Appleton, Wise Drive In The Moorings.
Naples Players' presentation Interested In
attending
Is traditionally Protestant.The and the will visit their Dr. L. S. Dickinson, Anyone
princess also renounce I on way son of "The Mouse That this clinic either in the after-
her right of succession to the I md his family In Urbanna, III. Roared" will be offered' to Naples noon or evening may get fur-

r Dutch throne- he was next I 111 Mr, and Mrs. William Downey and their seven chit- audience on May 8th and ther details and make reservations -
r line behind Princess Beatrix 9th at 8:15 p.m. at the Junior by calling the Hammond
r and publicly espoused her ft-. dren arrived Saturday at the Naples Airport. They at High School. This Is the play Organ Studios collect --FortMyers
ture husband's campaign for the I from Bradford, Pa., end have taken a house on the based or) the hilarious novel by ED. 6.9342
: vacant Spanish throne Beach for their first visit to Naples. Dr. and Mrs. How.rd Leonard Wlbbertoy that was

in There the was Netherlands widespread that belle th I r Miller who accompanied the Downeys are at the Beach under turned this Into title s popular a few movie years MYF To Entertain

Bourbon.Parma family was trying .' Zlub ago, and It tells what happens 25 Cuban Exiles
to the
to bolo
use marriage
y"f ster Us claim In Spain. Th: Miss Dorothy Baker of Western Springs, III., recently when the smallest country In Members of the Methodist

Dutch government vetoed a bit:: spent a few days with Mr, and Mrs. Joseph W. Power: the world declares war on, and youth Fellowship group will be
r 1i actually Invades, the United Friday and Saturday to
4 wedding The BourbofuParmaa In Holland. wh I Sunday the Powers took their guest and a group of friend Stars kites tofts Norka Feljoo) and some

live In France, chose Rome to for an afternoon cruise and supper aboard their "Lad Paul Comes wlU play the role (5 Cuban exllei.Robert .
the wedding as neutral terra.. louise." Another out-of-towner on the trip was Mil of the leader of this Invading L. Walker will pre.

tory. The Dutch governmen Tillie Whitaker who is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr, army from the mtnUcular pare the Friday night and meal.aer.
put pressure on Queen Juliana tie of Grand Fenwlck. Among those planning;
and her family not to attend to< and Mrs. H. Carl Davis. country the minister vine It are Unda Miller, Polly
j 1Pr'" ..,aTROPHY them Kurt Puchhu, prime Hathaway, Brad Unkeleai, Laura .
keep out of Spanish poll
Today Mrs. P, H. Dodge is giving a luncheon at and Ann Davis the ruling RanneyVlc.
emblematic of championship honors among members of the tics. Irene became a virtual for Miss Whitaker. And before princess of that pinpoint Standrlce, Diane Car.Bl .
exile from her homeland. the Golfing Buccaneer it Ulth, Robert Walker and
Beach Club Women's Golf Association is displayed by Mis. Virginia Edwards Irene and Carlos Insisted It Grosse Pointe Mich., she will b nation. John lamurrl will be Dudley.
she returns home to ,
I (I) and Mis. T K. Montgomery', winner of the cup in the 1964 an interview last week that seen as the troubled President
tournament recently completed, Mis. Ed": alas was iuner-up in the tourney. mother and daughter were still feted by Mr. and Mrs Davis on Friday, and Mr. and Mrs of the United States Doy to Mor- Baking powder contama a

Mis. Montjromeiy replaces Mrs. A. W ttaikau: who was the 1963 cham devoted and that Juliana did not Robert Collins on Saturday. ris as Secretary of State, Robert small amount of alarc:1to help
pion. ( McGrath photo) oppose their marriage. Informed Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. Melvin Smith entertained Marwl as one of the leading lions Ha etoraii life.
circles In the Hagw and Gerald Fitch -a- t
of friends at a cocktail party. Two weeks ago military men
/ We Goofed laid Irene's wedding gown wasa I i group Important nuclear physicist
an
gift from her mother.A they gave a similar party In honor of Dr. and MM. as! aU In a Jam when ins STANLEY'Home

Mrs. BarkauThe Parma spokesman tamlly for said the Irene Bourbon.and Richard Jentzsch. U.3 Is overcome by the piddling -

( NEWS apologizes to Mrs. Carlos would fly to Madrid aft. Dr. Jentzsch leaves on May 3rd for Illinois. Before country from overseas. Products

ou6e'oDowntown A.W. Darkau for the error Ina ir the wedding and later go to mining him In Wood Dale, Mrs. Jentzsch will conduct i a The uproarlousness of "The Check, O. Oar
recent picture caption which the Holy Land for a honeymoon. Mouse That Roared" is being
from'Piccadilly failed to name her as the defending workshop In Punta Gorda on May 14th. She Is director controlled by Charles R. Mo- ,rlaf Spatial Fer

5th Ave 3 Uoort Pub>> champ of the Beach 10-Year-Old Tells of>f District 12 of the Federation of Women's Clubs. Cool u the comedy's director, CLEANING A

Club Women's Golf Associa- Dr. Jentzsch, an avid fisherman, will go to Kenora,, and Richard Parker Is arranging MOTHPROOFINGContact

tion. Mayor, 'Come On, Lake of the Woods, Ontario, for his annual trip In July.. the set to represent theruler'
palace In the Imaginary HIDY HUNTER
Baby, Let's Go'HONOLULU And he and Mrs. Jentzsch plan to be In Naples sometime country and various scenes Ml S-II4I

It'l here Joyce's famous Gets ProbationFor (AP) Mayor during the summer, also for fishing. In the U.S.A.
Neal S. Blalsdell of Honolulu
little peakpumpt MOlt refreshing PlottingTo could: scarcely believe his ears CALLING ALL PETS

fashion for sipping summer Kill 'VifeROCKLEOOE -but he didn't crack a smile Are you ready, humans? Saturday the animals take
mill after the Japanese girl
thru a straw. (AP- Vaughn looked away. over and a gala affair it will be Cambier Park Is the

Cushioned on a buoyant cork wedge Doballan, 40, pleaded guilty yes. The mayor gave a luncheon place and 1030: am. the time for the Humane Society's!
J terday to a charge of plotting to for three vlsltlg Japanese orphan .
P First Alumni Reunion and Pet Fair. Following pearade After
Light. Breezy Soft and easy kill his wife. girls from Osaka who are
in smooth nylon natural straw His wife, Shirley, asked the laying with Army families at the animals will be taken to marked compounds!
: court to be lenient. Doballanwas lawaii's Schofleld Barracks In the FRIDAY MAY 1
until) their class is presented ring.
with of
a pouf color
gay fined $250, given a six. "lone' of them knows much Eng. ,
the
'' = month suspended sentence and Entry blanks must be filled and turned in at
atop its trim toe. Sun time, ish. 1964
placed on probation for two When Blalsdell's limousine registration desk no later' than 10 am. on Saturday toget
fun .
-time Joyce
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hgI ned) Engineer, was arrested He figures she picked up the will have the
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aglert'e NtroWEDNESDAY. L.. __ The World TodayBy

os JAMES MARLOWE

Associate Press News Anoly

APRIL 29. 19(4


I What Is The Answer? i'\J' \ M.- dent enough WASHINGTON Johnson to provide has(AP a now)reasonable- fres-talked has Its prevents drawbacks.It a .rounded flow

comparison with President John and development of ideas b>

Of all the grim records of violence is no secret document hidden from the =_- F. Kennedy, and not only as a every forcing few abrupt words.sentence It certainly stops

and death down through mankind's long public gaze. In newspapers and bulletins talker.Kennedy was distinguishedfrom shuts the door on the kind of

hlitory perhaps the strangest and most legal and police reports, in courtrooms the beginning of his presl.dency contrasts much. Kennedy liked so

tragic is the of the automobile and u -4n fact, from his Inau.
story end judges' chambers, the names gural address -by Idealism Much more than Kennedy,

its annual army of victims. on the dishonor roll and their innocent about the possibilities of American Johnson tries for inflection But
Since the first horseless carriage life The same Is true of the result Is seldom good. As he
victims are made known to all. And not goes along in a prepared speechhe
Johnson.But .
chugged noisily down cobblestone the names alone, but the catalogue of lg7T1rnpvc there Is an acute differ. will drop his voice, almostto

streets more than 60,000,000 Americans their deeds; driving while drunk, speeding once In the expression of that effort a whisper toward, solemnity In such an that obvious the

killed crippled and maimed have violating the rules of the road, failure Idealism. aesthet. result Is disturbing
Kennedy had a better
Inscribed their names on what has been But Johnson Is tar more downto
to dim the
lights driving
Qn wrong Ic sense, as his use of language
aptly referred to as "the dishonor roll. side of the road etc. showed B appealed not only to earth than Kennedy ever
,
He has
was. some humor most
By whatever name the yearly casualty These are a few of their offenses. In t Intellectuals to literate and people young of peoplebut all ly In the form of homely and

count continues its shameful, senseless an endless roll call the names are read, ages, for the phrases were even corny anecdotes, althoughnone

growth. and the judgements given. Then, all too memorable sometimes elegant.In of .. Yet,of there Kennedy's was always wit. a slight
return he got a sort national
last year was no exception. In fact, often, the dishonored heedlessly proceedto gratitude-judging from barrier between Kennedy and

1963 claimed the dubious distinction of emblazon their names again on the the increasingly warm response his audience perhaps an Intel.

being the worst single year in the historyof r. when he was alive and since lectual and aristocratic aloof.
shameful record. .
.. then the pilgrimages to his ness. There Is not a shred of
highway safety. During its 12 months, What is the solution to this national grave-for an eloquence unmatched that in Johnson. He mingles
automobile accidents were responsible -' In the presidency since And deliberately spends his
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disgrace? Obviously, no one has foundit time trying to.
for deaths than the U. S. armed Franklin D. Roosevelt.
more to date. Statistics, pledges and slogans He expressed what many felt Read almost anything he

forces suffered In the entire Korean War. have seemingly had little effect on the \; but could not say and In words says. It'. close up, In the common
authoritative ; better could language like this phrase
than most
According to an report perhaps
American .
public. None of these have
have commanded. His speeches Tuesday nights "This Is one
by The Travelers Insurance Companies brought about lasting improvement in '-i showed a lot of homework country, one society and one
the nation's traffic death toll surged to an people"
sometimes too much.
of the basic
any segment problem. None With all this said the most 1m.
all-time total of For sometimes they were too
high as a 42,700 men, have
sparked that dead-serio"s personal literary, too worked over, too portant point the common
women and children died on our streets selfconscious bond between the two men-re.
commitment to greater care behind the as If In trying to
and highways. The annual countrywide make his sentences bleed he mains! the attempt by both of
wheel which is necessary if we are to .. them to provide Inspirational
JlADMIRABLEPEOPLE had drained the red corpusclesout
survey based on information provided by ... .. !!
.
--- leadership in
reduce the spreading epidemic of traffic .. of them, leaving more shine insisting upon the
state motor vehicle departments revealed ''' promise of
; ? than I substance American life.
that the 1963 carnage topped the figureof slaughter. ?'C ;:: ., 7: '. ,' .' jif.\n: <..:::.) ,< .. He worked one literary habit It Is extraordinary that this
When will we succeed in u should
bringingthe to death the use of contrasts. occur In two presidentsin
nearly 40,000 persons killed in 1941) scourge of needless casualties under Used carefully and sparingly succession It hasn't hap.

a record high which stood for 20 years the effect can be brilliant lilt pened before in this century.
some degree of control? Frankly
and even surpassed the new recordof no The Best of BoyleBy was in, "Ask not what your Perhaps because foreign an.
one really seems to know the completeanswer. Tb T E country can do for you but what gulsh and anxieties have dlmln.
40,500 deaths established in 1962. you can do for your country." ished a bit, the two men could

Incredibly more persons have diedon HAL BOYLE It Is not an easy technique to think more about home.
the than Perhaps no significant Improvementcan use since It gets monotonous President Dwight D. Elsen.
highways nation's
on our be expected until the great majorityof when overdone and sounds like hower, who had plenty to con.
battlefields; more have been injured In NEW YORK (AP) Isn't it wheels spinning. cern him abroad, at home was
auto accidents than in all the world'swars us learn to look upon the problem as ,about time we had a Be Kindto have spent his life as an under. In general what he said was much less an inspiration than a
a PERSONAL challenge rather than ona Editor, Collier County Newel ( Fat People Day In this coun. paid code clerk In the U.S. state ,much better than how he said It. manager. The same was true of
combined.This This ls an Incident I believe Department.
which is primarily to the other fellow. |try? There was too much monotone, President Harry S. Truman
up you will be Interested in for fat
the
Throughout history
roll call of highway fatalities the Early next month Americanswill ,not enough range, not enough who was even more Intensely
paper. celebrate the golden ann!. man has served as a symbol j Inflection. And his gesturing deluged with foreign troubles.

.. "." I recently lost my billfold and versary of national Be Kind t osymbol jollity plenty and dignity, a while emphatic was untmaglna. Roosevelt certainly provided
i. .' > It was returned to me by of mankind's
a
: very Animals Week. victory inspiration at
:: : |civet the right hand endlessly home at least In
I .' : 'J'w! T """ honest and conscientious lady Animals have done much t ( over one of Its arch enemies0 poking the alr.John.on' his early years and before the
Mrs. Dorothea Usry found the ;lighten and brighten and enter., hunger whole performanceIs war consumed all America's
billfold and in looking for iden. tain the human Journey But so"; Would any of U'. child or adult j different He Is anything but energy Presidents Herbert
tlflcatlon could find no Naples ;have fat love Santa Claus any better If Hoover
people. the and Calvin
literary man he would Coolidge
as
address, as I have only he went diet and wound ,
recently on
a
Yet is i up could
one group appreciatedand probably be the first to admit hardly be said to have

tl= . . . moved D.C. There here was from a receipt Washington from a Laws the other protect group animals.Is not.No leg with Grant a? figure like that of Gary since his he earthiness.seems to pride himselfon done Wilson so did.President. President Woodrow ,

The DropoutsThe Naples doctor and Mn.Vsry nil. islatlon exists to protect fat! The fat man is usually good. With a prepared talk he's not William H. Taftdidn't.
ed him for my address. i natured and rarely picks a quar.
people. You can tease, abuse j In Kennedy's class. He is far President Theodore
trouble with the Dorothea is the wife of Kenneth and torment fat rel because he needs his enern'for
mercilessly Roosevelt
younger generation people |better off the cuff. In the first did to some extent,
Usry who
is that some of us no longer belong works for the Bumby and a policeman will more useful purposes. On place, he has made a fetish of when he wasn't thinking of
to if and Stlmpson Construction Co. I the other hand he won't
Fortune of War simply look the other way-<>r run :short sentences, letting each in expanding American power
THB MIDLAND ONT. and they reside at the Capri In the away from a fight. He can't. At
( ) FREE PFESS HERALD join laughter, I t turn stand as a paragraph. It abroad. Behind him stretches a
The battle of the sexes will never be* J>>' Trailer Park with their three This Is because animals have( best he only waddles away. ,makes for long period of no Inspiration.
won &/ either ilde." There >Is too much ,. ... ** children, Para, "Phyllis and Deb., better public relations. They In their consumer economy easy speaking but

1 fraternizing with the enemy. ra.Isn't have a powerful lobby working upon which American civilization
-TH FRANKLIN (N.c.) mss Pun for the Money It wonderful we have such for them In Washington. The must thrive or die, the fat man THIS CURIOUS WORLD

admirable people in our town? tat man has no such lobby. is our foremost patriot. It takes
A College youth's definition of
father
: The
10[ kin you love to touch. Nancy Letter Amateur psychologists tell the more cloth to make him a suit, .
Vanderbilt BeachPeople fat man his avoirdupois l Is a more leather to make his shoes,
-THE AJICOU (Iix.) RECORD HERALD: sign of emotional Insecurity. more polish to keep those shoes U
:% }:$s(t
!
Pretty girls pat his shined.
ai.u..h.Hi I tummy, but t.
prefer to marry some reed' What Is true of the fat man r 1AQwj4,
other's say: shaped male oaf because he Is 1 is equally true of the fat lady,
I ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS . . . more agile on a dance floor, or She Is a great natural resource, i.

fits better Into a tiny sports too.What .

Woodland DrummerIt In car.Corporations hesitate to give show how Is the much best you way appreciatea you can >j\>,

U a heartening sound when the few The News the fat man executive promotion fat person?
moments he
the
surveys scene in!
; Why not take one to lunch
staccato drum call comet from the wood' regal aelf-conffdence. Then he lifts his because he Is held to be a poor a
.e..e. . health risk. Under this seven-course lunch? When you
land. The cock partridges know it It anew wings; for a moment they are held high. theory pick the check not
up
you
Benjamin may
Then Franklin a man who
season, and they sound their chat the drumming begins. The wingsgo By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS never counted his calories feel better, but he will. And

lenfes. The experts tell us we should man so eye.For fast. they are a blur to the hu. TOKYO (AP-Emperor) HI. lived well Into his 80s, would but that's the general idea.Stamps o A GAS'.MANTle( .

call this noble bird a grouse, but the It rohito, in the 38th year of his I \ I IPUPT: UYiwo' ow X
many was believed the
years reign, celebrated his 63rd birth. { PHOTO6PAPHIC\ : PIATC
early English tattlers thought it re drumming noise was the result of the MILL TAKE ITS' OWN
sembled the partridge of their home.. wings beating against the bode, Now day today, apparently in good PICTURE, EeCAU5E OF
land, and that li the common health and high spirits. In The News
name. we know that it Is concussion of air 1 TWB 1v \ < !
The partridge drums in all seasons of The technique Is not really important The 6lE
the year, but it li the urgency of spring Whrn a man Is mending fence on a BOSTON (AP) Atty. Gen. I AP News'eofvresBt KANGAROO RAT
that stirs the bird to the mot drum.. warming day and enjoying the heart Edward W. Brooke of Massa.
ming He Is a handsome, cock, beady lift of spring. and the dium roll echoes chusetts, holder of the highest SYD KRONISH Fate4ov4'Bw saTxwgsT alt Then
eyed miniature monarch. Somehow from the woodland, he stops a minute 'elective office of any Negro in The five cent commemorative stamp honoring the A MN WWo NOR A RAT, BUT ISATUtfl f

when the countryman, sees him strut to lUUn. There are many sounds of an the; country says he may run tercentenary of the State of New Jersey will go on first cLctsaRetglvdc'At .
ting in the woodland aUlei, the bird awakening world in March but nothing. for governor day sale June 15 in Elizabeth N.J.
reminds him ot Napoleon. The partridgeIs sounds quite to definite at the challenge Brooke told newsmen Tues.
imperious In manner; he holds his from the woodland drummer day he'll make his decision by The city of Elizabeth was chosen because it is also

head high and he pushes out hit chest. There It much indecision and shillyshallying the middle of next month. I relbratlnIt.30Othlnnlversary
It Is a memorable picture to watch a in man-regulsted society, but II I ind Is the oldest city In the state as well as the first capital.
bird In the drumming act. He usually when the partridge sounds hit drum Depicted on the new five centers
mounts a log, hummock or rock. For a it meant bu.lneaa.-BOIton Herald! WA5.A"'IE.POLO:: i a detail from t painting in the
'I 1'1 'l I
e; e4: )( POSED: AnW:: Union County courthouse showing
t NORN 'ODINE Philip Carteret walking ashore at

"THE COMPANY STORE"One ACROSS 33. Swear pota S N A. EATS:: 0 D. at Eluabethtown with his men
I. Foundation in 1664. The drawing
of the evils of the old plantation days, and the early lumbering days, was the so- roleanlc 3S.to Adhered w I T 3 SON I C a sketch map of the state.overlays VCR NO ftJNMBSW His ftoWXCK699...
celled "company store. ILL 5 t W A L N 0 Collectors TNeY wean Houses*.
mountain In 37 Bab1 desiring first day
_
The underpaid laborer was able to let quick and easy but limited credit at the "com .\ apron R A. L A 1M E:: ERG 0marctICI cancellations of the New Jersey

pany ttori" tor his basic needs of food; clothing, and a little tobacco. At the end of the 12 Fragrant 39. Click bunts A CO CO E: R .A L. 0 t commemorative may send addressed I"He

pay period, the company store got most of the money and there always' was a balance still aced 41Formacid 0 R. C 'u IR L. rAN envelopes, together with certainly Impressed his girl-friend with his hot-shot drivingr
owed. Hence 13. Flakeof source A TAM AN. A L. remittance to cover the cost of ...
the song with the phrase, "I owe my soul to the company store. UTAmttal ..
4J. Take the the stamp to be affixed, to the
So It Is P C A.TIA
with G E
our government spending programs in then United States We cheer R
on U Scattered meal postmaster" Elizabeth .
N.J. .
,
evening ,ii .iI'r, "
our political leaden who promise us more and more of this and that to bt paid for with 16. Silenced U.unt.. Spoilt. ACt'R' .o'r 0 E n p 97200.:! The outside envelope to !J'.w-
Io
"federal" funds. The federal government has become our "company ton.." Each payday 11 Young bar 46. Knowledge SOLUTION Ot YESTERDAY'S PUZZII the postmaster should be clearly ., ..:
our debt to the "itort" takes more and more out of our paycheck. No matter how much 1 8. Bird I beolk 48 Roman en- marked "First Day Covers, New

Is taken from us at the and of each pay period, the balance that w* owe to the "company 20. Cender trance count 1. Hostile 8 Flightless J Jersey Tercentanry Stamp: Requests .

store" gets larger and larger Wt know we will never be able to get out of debt, or free 21 Ihslus! 50. Rio ...... J. F. Ind In birds must be postmarked not '-r.r
of the domination of tit "company itore. 23 Court 52 Small night Ire Ixanr 9 Nibbles I later than June 15.
2S. 4 DoIlllsh 10 .
Belglall club Suddenly!
But each election day, along comes our political' leader and ssyi. in effect, "Don't let
fjord
commune 54 Infirm II
that bother you none, son. If you elect me, I will arrange to open up i new account for 27 Ethical 55. Thespians 5. Stitched IS Unused I'nhappy ot Austria six values has issued a new set

you." So, a political 'leader (it elected or reelected, and the charge account is extendedor 29 Eng Inter 56. Faun 6. God 19 Pendant 1 1964 Viennese commemorating International the

t new one li opened and the debt gets larger and larger. 31 Hesltallon DOWN: Hebrew 22. Salary Horticultural Exhibition. The -

Now, of course, an awful lot of people just cant pay. syllable!I 1 Woody 1 Ih'drolulic :24 FaroeUUndtthirl- ulti-colored! stamps depict various H

The horrid fact of "poverty" in this affluent society hai suddenly been discovered. What J2: .Among fiber' pump flowers on display in the inhibition.
Is there to do about It? Kinds Also !issued by that I

Well, like car payments and home loam the payments can ba extended over a longer I Z J 4 .s / 10 7 a f io II 26 Acacu country is a series of stamps
period of time which will reduce wood chest marking the 15th Universal Postal
the monthly "bite. But that does not cut down the debt. ,
12 IJ 27 Marble
In fact, wt art 0 Congress held in Vienna, and a I
spending just at much if not a little more than last year. However, with 28. Stripling apecial stamp for the Second

a the while.monthly payment reduced, wt can hope that people won't notice the larger debt, for 'f' i 15 ./. .e 30. Gr. long E Parliamentary and ScientiIiConference .
34 Winy
And there art lots of other things that can be done. Some of thoie who can't pay will 11 0 is "f :h 11 ,)/: airing I .

have to (o to jail. Quite a f.w. at a matter of fact, at a deterrent" to those who might I' II lJ rl IS I. 36. fU\doul Indonesia has issued four new
think they can skip out and leave the store bill unpaid. o / 0 38 Explode stamps featuring a portrait of

Those not worth jailing will have to go on relief. So wt will need some new programs t1 za It J' 40. Outfit
against "poverty." It has been quite a number of years tinct this hard name has been used. 0 {). Centuryplant fTtQv

And then we can start more tax fret cooperative of ont kind or another. These make 'Z JS ,1 / JS" 45 Armenian fiber

It possible for the members to escape at least tome taxes for a short time. But to do all J1 Ja IJ' le Ii : Wer

this will require still more money-and to save fact wt still have to throw lot of "foreign r 47 Not ner: .*

aid" around. This meant wt will have to broaden the tat bass In ether ways and perhaps o /t IS 44 4$ 4t /1 <
.rCmel'
cheapen the money little mort. s
It Is much fun the I.0 .t IT s, lulrcoai
really not running "company store" any more, but no ont knows just

how to shut It down. It Is no longer fun to buy from it-but It hat a monopoly on most 51 34 49. Reach a ale y t rare '
everything.Just /} coiicluiloiiabbr. : e
.
hot that row brother-tht "Company Store" needs the money and your credit Is not I'S .- j' H Anecdouge
much good! }3. Bone President Sukarno. The dues
PUBLIC SERVICE MAGAZINE or *".".."..,.... are t, 100 -50 and 5(10 rupiah.
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Toastmasters Will Wednesday, April 19, 1984 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 3

: 1 Q \ Accept Bid FromToastmistresses .wu'aser altelelelltlae' nr ==- xaewe


:gsle Of Capri ':l -, Bonita

A r*' Naples Toastmasters' Club e I
."' last night voted to accept the
fly IVNR. CIPPSfl J-'' l'
Invitation from the Naples Toast ll' By RAB WEAR

Two events are coming,up next ten In the croup. Unfortu ,tey! mistress Club tor a joint meet. 'k .. ,,
week which should attractlOOper the results of this exercise wore Ing in the Sunshine Kitchen at ----
cent of the residents. The month. Inconclusive: for no tarpon, were S o'clock Monday night May Mi, '. -..G. Fuller spoke brief. thanks as were mar sII; r-n
ly Civic Association meeting will landed or even hooked, and there 11, It was also decided to dispense ly OtIoloor\ ):. a republic In South article for the post and auxil.lary .
be held on Monday, May 4, at wad no agreement on whether or with the regular meeting Amen A where sttt had toured awhile loan closet fn 7:30 p.m., at the home of the not tarpon were even lighted tl yam'' scheduled for the following night. lack, and I* the foreign Hereford.The .
president, Lt. Col. Everett cn!. Frankly, all the tarpon t saw Cliff Wentel was chosen to rep. eountn which the American Legion profits from (I' sale of
and. The meeting was moved up looked exactly like mullet The resent the club aa a speaker and AiDclllin of John Murphy dulls made by Mar, Willis
one day because of the election. fact remains however, that U. C.H. Luff will be an evaluator Poet :No. 303 of BunM"< la study. were given to the flag fund.
It Is unlikely that anyone Is Col. Carter does catch tarpoi In Earl G. Hodges spoke last Ing thu munth. The meeting was Refreshments of pur.h ar.d
unaware that Tuesday, May 9, is Henderson Creek, and I guess night on "The Left Wing Attack held Wednesday night In the lo home made cake were served ty
election day. The polls will be other people do too. U. Col.carter on Funerals" In the absence of cal legion Home just off the Mrs. Jo Ann Youngblood and Mra.
open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. In left the Isles on Friday for one of the scheduled speakers. Beach Road.President. Gulder.
"Doc" Loach's office A pre. temporary duty In New Orleans, G.H. Luff the other speaker of Mrs. Marlon GuIder Those delegated to the 8th DIstrict .
clnct as small as ours could and then he returns to Colorado the evening, chose for his topic, appointed the following ui the Constitutional Conferenceon
very easily have a 100 per cent Springs. Mrs. Carter will stay "The Story of a Man," being a nominating coinrnltteeMrs.Mary May 26th at 8:30 a.m. at the
turnout. U you are a register here on the Isles for a few weeks. biographical narrative of the life Reahard, Des Alland and Vat Punta Gorda High School are
ed voter please vote. Mrs. H.A. Deknatel's sis. )\ of his father who died recently. Kidwell, who will present a slate Mesdames Mary'Reahard,Young
Mr. and Mrs H.C. Kernaghan ter, Mrs. Mamie Lample of Or. Master evaluator was Cliff Wen. at the next meeting, when there blood, Williams and Edith Hop
have moved Into their new homeon lando and her slsterdn.lawMrs. tel with Us Whitaker and Ted will also( be nominations from the lock.
Tahiti Street. It's a beautiful Agnes Marshall of Baltimore Thorward serving as Ms eval. floor(
MOO THAN HALF OP
all of last week uators. Poppy Day posters, under the
home and the Kernaghans are spent with the
..p FIORIOAS TOIRISTS WILL
working hard to give It the fin. Deknatels.! Mr. Deknatel, who Marvin Cecil president presided guidance of Wilbur William s.are RETURN FOR, ANOTHER VISIT I
Ishlng touches has been ill for some time, Is DELETING THE CURL A over the business meeting. being made, and will be ready for
new campus orate for Itr"lIht tresses has the
Lt. Col. and much Improved recently. He's prize judging at the May 13th
Mrs.
Ed Bohan- 'laitiet at Christian, College ,in ColumbIA. MI resorting' to s steam or dry iron to remove all meeting.
nan of Jacksonville even been out fishing. From
three
spent News
the curie from their, hair,, Her, KIll Kaualar'cII has her hat flattened bll her roomate, Mra Mary Reahard reportedon
days last week with U. Col. and This week sees the departure
Mrs Cecil Cupps. Both the Bo. :af Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Clark. ......,", the group's recent visit to ;:RE
A hannans are enthusiastic anglers They'll go to Pennsylvania first Everett Ford from Thursday of Capri Marina and Motel were I j ., "',>"< '' ,,,,,',,i: "' County RecordsMARRIAGES the J. Pierce Wood Memorial MTWiN
and they surely were happy with and then out west Mr. Clark's until Sunday were their daugh Mr. and Mrli.DobSmlthorMlaml.I|r Hospital in A Arcadia: and Mrs.
ter and her family Mr. and Cinder on the trip to Immokalav A
the snook fishing. U. Col. and business keeps him traveling all
Mrs. Robert Carter Joined the summer and fall, and by the time Mrs. Raymond Davis, Jr., with BIG SNOOK TODAY INHISTORY for the Girl Staten party. l
Cupps and Bohannans for dinner' the Clarks return to the Isles Glenn Clinton and Steven, and Biggest snook reported here so License Applications A donation of ash trays for the ILF..ooseuaes .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davis, far this season was a 21.pounder Dennis Earl River Bonlta home !from Mr. and Mrs. Carl
on Thursday night. After dinner they will have been all .
the
ease.
over
the party moved to Henderson United States. Sr., all from Miami. The party caught by Ed Turner of Miami, Springs, and Karen Florence Ml.' Frey was acknowledged with IQIwnuSUPER tia.iwuser
Creek. did a lot of fishing In the in. who was camping out here some. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! gore Nanl. .. i
The
purpose of that move Also leaving this week
are
land Waterway and the Gulf and place with his son Don. Fishing George Charles Henderson.Na.
to ::, .' ., '' '
was settle the question otwhe. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gaston of i',>::\'" ,;::
ther had a catch of snook, snapper, out of the Isles of Capri Marinaand plea, and Agnes Sparrer St.Lou. 31iiDiisS
or not there are tarpon In Antioch, 111. They will! spend Only
mackerel, trout and a couple Motel In Little Marco Pass Today Is Wednesday, April 29, Is.
known Henderson Creek. It's a well their summer In Illinois and In of blue runners. They took the they caught also a 10 and a 14. the 120th day of 1964. There Paul Erik Christensen and Car.
fact
there art tarpon there, Canada. children swimming and shelling pound snook are 24( days left In the year ol Letson, Naples
but there were one two scot. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
or at Marco. Harold Waggoner Jr.from Gas Today's highlight In history Pat Presley and Brenda Rae
City, Ind., fishing out of the Islesof On this date In 1862, United Day, Naples.
WEEKENDERS Capri Fishing Lodge landed States Marines marched Into the Allen George hailer and Slilr.
I TV RADIO, Spending a long weekend at a 12 pound 6 ounce redflsh customhouse at New Orleansand Icy Ann McCleoud Miami.CHANCERY' v v
t'' the Isles of Capri Marina and using a casting rod and reel. took over the city. The

By CYNTHIA AWRY fenders of the manly art to Motel were Mr. P. Barkley Mr.J. Capt. Paul Wlncliell took his gateway to the Mississippi had DOCKET "H PPY
AP Televlslon.Radlo Writer Hudson, Mr. F. Barnes and daughter Joanne out fishing and fallen and the city abandonedby Michael Forrest Salmon vs
NEW YORK (AP) Boxing, speak sius Clay their pieces who said-mainly he loved Cas. Mr. G. Burton from Fayettevllle, she caught a 13.pound snook. Confederate forces after the tlon.William Phillip Sills adop. HOMEVALUES"
David Brinkley noted Tuesday N.C. This party traveled by Of course, If she didn't catcha successful running of the bat.
and Joe
night, Is "a brutish ugly bron. fighting tired, who said he'd Walcott do( it re.allover private plane and flew down here big one, she'd make a poor ad. terles below.On COMMON LAW
for 3 days of fishing. It was vertlsement for her this datei
tosaurus that has somehow sur. father First American National Bank
again. well worth It for they had very In 1894, Jacob Coxey led his
vlved beyond its time. As presented by Brinkley and Weekend visitors at the Isles of Nashville, Tenn., vs Willis
After witnessing the hourlongNBC company It was a sharply ef.fcctlve good catches of trout and snook, of Capri Fishing Lodge were army of unemployed to Wash. L. Carter and Ruby Carter ...
special "Boxing's Last editorial favoring out. the biggest snook weighing 12 Mr. and Mrs. John Bustetter tngton. replevin.
Round," one had the Impression lawing the sport and a portrait pounds. They fished mostly In and family from Hlile h. Bustet. In 1942, Hitler and Mussolini KEM.TONE

.. that, like the brontosaurus, of a shabby cruel business. Big Marco Pass. ters own property here and fre. met at Salzburg
It might not be long before box. Now that nominations of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turker and quently visit the Isles. This In 1944, 1,000 American bomb. TESTING
Ing also disappeared. family of Sarasota spent a cou. time Mrs. Bustetter caught a ers attacked Berlin. CAPE KrNNFflY. FU. AP) Deluxe Latex Wall Paint
There Is Interest In a Senate "Emmy made the Awards" have been pie of days at the Isles of Capri 15-pound sn ook. In 1943, troops of the U.S. The Allan, .the United Slat**'
eligible
subcommittee for legislation to 6,000 mem. Marina and Motel, shelling and Miss Barbara Jean Watson orlIIaleah. 7th Army entered Munich.In first intercontinental range
control Interstate matches. Gov. bers of Television of the National Arts and Academy Sciences fishing. a 16-year old young 1946, 28 Japanese leaders missile, completed. it* teat t High Easiest Way to Lovelier Rooms
Also at the Marina and Motel were Indicted In Tokyo as war progrsmin 1962. Hut Atlases will
Pat Brown of California for one, must mark their ballots. lady caught the second largest
would like to outlaw it, calling Chances were Mr. and Mrs.ThurstonRlg. snook reported here this week, criminals.Ten be fired here fur net eraenr.
are long that a good
It a "brutalizing spectacle" percentage of the voters will be gins of Miami. They had some a 16.1b. I2.oi. one. Barbara years ago-India and Red,'varioua as apace hooMers and to lest
Brinkley noted that since balloting for and good catches of redflsh trout Jean spent the weekend at the China agreed on a course of aid warhead. and penetration''
programs per. deaigna.Among
World War n, 227 men have formances they failed to see. and snapper and Fishing Lodge with her parents.Don't peaceful coexistence and a warhead being tevi ti'd
been killed In the ring, 10 of Paul Washburn his son forget the Civic Associa. guarantee of nonaggresslonagainst
U
a voter happened to enjoy .
Bill from Fla. arc those wish dummy warheads
Titusville wereat
them last year. He Interviewedthe ABC's "The Fugitive on Tues. tion meeting on the 4th, and elee. Tibet.
widow of Benny Paret, a the Isles of Capri Marina and tlon on the 5th. Five years ago 28 were to deceive enemy Jeteilion apparatus
victim. She Is raising her children day nights, chances are he Motel for 4 4>ys of fishing. killed In the crash of a Spanish slim tapered. none tone SUPER
on a monthly $200 Social missed most of the Telephone They had 9 snook weighing from There will be no Isles Capri airliner near Cuenca, Spain to reduce the radar (imuge and On Sale
Security payment.He Hours and Andy Williams showson 9 to 15 pounds,caught the Little column next week unless someone One year ago-Haiti agreed none cones: capable of maneuver
talked to Beau Jack who NBC. All three are up for Marco Pass area. calls In a really big fish story. to recall Its police from the ins In spece to avoid countetmeaturei for
awards. Weedend at the Isles Next column will Kern
made two or three million dol. The "Emmy Awards" are fun guests be on the 13th. Dominican Embassy

lars fighting and Is now shining and an excuse for a television
shoes In Miami, and with King show, but the real voting on I
Levinsky who once made $31,. television programs Is done day
000 for two minutes work In the by day In millions of American Tone I$49Gal
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control was explored and, Reports," 7:30.8:30 EDT.flrstola
In some Instances, names two-part series studying the WALL PAINTCORNING
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you know that Ricky NeUon'a tint name Is

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That responsible Emile for Berliner the phonograph really started disk something and player,-microphone h.'.- My door will always be open to hear the comments of / r as'r

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Film Desk With 1MO Game r Host Second 11


n _ __ .. -. -- 'Masters' MeetPALM

NEW YORK (AP-Thls sort the gymnastics-.nd even catch

at thing could put the Olympic the Judges In a mistake. f BEACH GARDENS,
I
that the Pro.
out of business. I mean this This is a movie that will get c Fla. (AP-Now Association SPORTS

new movie about the 1160 Olym. sports fans out of the clean air ? fesslonal Golfers
Its luxuriousnew
has moved Into
pica la Rom. and back Into smokey, stuffy
here
It could shake up Broadwayand theaters again. .9r quarters that a second, speculationgrows Masters . . . . . .e. . .
the ballet too. Not to men. It's hard to find fault with it.

Uon the rnovl*. They've even ten Casslus Clay t Tournament may rise among

It'. called "Ths Grand Olym. out. Florida's palms. 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS Wednesday April 29, W4
"It's time we quit making a-
plci" and It has just hit this -
road show of the PGA Cham

where country It from has been Italy.since Don't 1860 ask be. Woman Wins plonshlp and move it to one Baseball I
RoundupBy
course, a prominent PGA official .
cause nobody seems to know. It
said recently. "The ideal
could be that .U the color film
$132,232 On place would be the PGA Nation.
labs over there In Italy have .
al Golf Club."Everybody. MIKE RATHET Finley went one up on the
been Jammed with work for knows that the Associated Press Sports Writer American League following the

Cleopatra the last four years. Twin Double reason for the great success of Finley I, The American A's 5.1 victory over Detroit
Anyway the picture ii here League 0
Tuesday night
the
Masters is that it 1s held in
and it Is very dangerous.If WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP)-One the same place The score won't show in tat Ed Charles provided the edge
every year on a
you've ever been to an lucky bettor, tentatively tdentl. ,, wonderful course. We could do day's baseball standings, but.when he christened Flnley's

Olympics, or know anyone who fled as a woman, won 132232.. Ifs ,5 the same with the PGA here the entry's probably been madeIn much derided "Half Pennant

has, you know that spectatorsget 80 for $2 at Roosevelt Raceway and the fact It 1s an official- the ledgers of Charles 0. Fin. Porch" lofting a fly In the first

gouged cheated robbed, Tuesday night more money 1)1L championship would It hey the daring Kansas City own. Inning that zeroed In on the new.
shoved around Insulted abused than the $100,000 President ) give
even greater stature." er who's been struck out more ly erected bleacher section at
annoyed and-if they happen to Johnson makes In a year. often than Dave Nicholson. Kansas City's Municipal
be In Austria The the The PGA, launched in 1918 asa
-possibly arrested. huge payoff came on Stadium. I

But they never see anything.On twin double, In which a bettor match play event and con. It was the first homer hit Into
the must couple four winners and vetted in 1958 to a 72-hole medal Ford
day that a poor spec ------ p- ---- Whitey the sector in five games and

tator spends too much money tosit set a world record for that form LITTLE LEAGUE fish fry and barbecue nt Cambier Park drew a large competition aged to climb, never to the has man.of was duly noted with the blareof

half a mile from the finish of wagering.The crowd part of which is shown lined up for food Meal[ was prepared by the U.S. Open or, prestige in recent Both Yankee horns and an array of flash ,
line
at the track previous high TD
boxer In the arena events across, every town was the 84692.20 won at payoff Gulf sheriff's department volunteers, headed by Sheriff E. A. Doug Hendry years, to the Masters. One of ing green and gold lights.

scores a one-round knockout. stream Park In Florida, Just a (standing in trailer). Little League and Junior Deputies shared proceedsof the reasons was that it often Coach PitcherNEW porch Finley that originally brought the erected right a

The day he hocks his credit week ago, by Mrs. Helen Mc. the event (NEWS photo) was played on Inferior courses.Transfer Held foul line to within 296 feet

,
cards for a seat at the swim. Crady, a housewife of West Hoi. --- to of this the lush PGA headquarters YORK (AP) Whitey, of home plate the same dls-

ming pool Is the one when three lywood, Fla. palm the coach said to tance as at Yankee Stadlum-
the
up we may never know how studded Whitey,
world records are broken on the Nick Grande, vice president area on the Florida pitchers and said the A's would be able
good he is.
track. at Roosevelt harness Favor Hill Rise 6 To 5 east coast has made this sltua-
a racing "How do to capitalize It
Hill Rise was clocked for the tlon no longer necessary you feel, Wbltey? on and succeed
He back Inflation. track made the tentative
gets to Iden.
an "
mile in the fine time of 1:35 lon -S Two beautiful "Fine, replied Whitey, the just as the Yankees had with
priced hotel room too late for tlflcatlon of the winner as a demanding 16-
an off track that pitcher. "I'm strong I ean their short rlght-fleld line.
was listedas hole go
dinner on both days. The next woman."I good. This was the colt's first courses, designed by tne a few more Innings." The American League said
his wife talked to the ticket To Win well-known architect Dick Wilson
morning sick. sell.
That's gets Kentucky DerbyLOUISVILLE race on anything but s fast have been carved out of4SO "Okay," said Whitey, the Finley should tear It down, citing .
the story of an OlympicIptctator' en, Grande said. "They are the
track coach. "We'll "Pennant
and he handled the touting acres lined by see. Porch" as a
life. positive the winner stately palms
was a worn
with ease. When Whitey Ford, the New violation of baseball rules. So
Now comes this marvelous an on the third floor of the Ky (AP) If Hill Rise, with The Shoeaboard 1 The more than 50 years old. York Yankees' Finley
other 12 horse eonsld. ace left-handed proceeded to remodel his
movie, in unbelievable color, grandstand. We won't know for there ever was any doubt! in for only the second time,, The courses were built at acost bleacher
end definite starters Include pitcher, starts mumbling to him. section Into a half
and for two hours It catches the certain until the ticket Is presented Jockey Willie Shoemaker's mind won his eighth straight race of $2 million by real estate
self which
Roman Brother, the little Flo out on the mound It's not porch, brought the right
sight and sound of the Olympicsas for payment and it was about his decision to switch Tuesday by overpowering six: rlda developer John D MacArthurand field line In
bred to from 338
colt who finished sec necessary summon the men feet to the
no spectator since the days not tonight" from Northern Dancer to Hill others In the $18,050 Derby Trial turned over to the PGA,
In the 325
ond to white legal limit.
Hill Rise In the Trial coats.R's Then he waited
of Nero has ever seen. It also It was near midnight when Rise In the Kentucky Derby, It's -the last prep for the Run for and which only had to pay the $1.5 for the A's
not to
Mr. Moonlight who fin a soliloquy a dialogue start hitting horn
million
adds to show the necessary for the club
up a that tops a Historic Value driven by gone. Poses.
ished when the ers.
fourth Yankees'
but pitching
was placed I
Broadway musical. George Sholty, won the ninth "He's 50 per cent better horse hojise. They have been InvolvedIn
third coach starts Elsewhere Dick
through checking theteam' Stuart'sgrand.alam
a disqualification up on ,
After they've seen this and last at than when legal problems, but these
thing race $2 for $2 and Washes he was at Keene-
Rain Out .
Others No. 1 pitcher homer In the
who's gonna get 'em to pay 10 completed the record payoff on land," Shoemaker said. "I be. _._ ___ considered_ definite__ have been Ironed awav.-. winner of llth
cianers are waarangie/ Mortn- 200 regular season games and inning gave Boston a 6-4 victoryover
The
East
bucks to watch the preliminary the 7.5-1-2 combination. Rifle lleve this race Is just what he Course measures
ern Dancer Ishkoodah 10 In the World Series since he Baltimore Jlmmie Hall
games In nlneman volleyball, Ball, who finished second also Softball GamesAt needed to get him ready for Mr. ,600 yards and plays a testingpar
Brick pulled the singled with the
bases
on
Dandy K., Royal Shuck 38.38-72. striped New York loaded Inr
,
and get gouged by a taxi driveron would have brought! the same Saturday" The West Course
Prince Davelle uniform In 1950.In the 10th as Minnesota
Wll Rad outlasted
Extra
the way home? payoff to holders of the 7.5-1-4 Despite-the powerful stretches 6,310 yards and also
perform. Swell and The one of the Cleveland 9-8 and the Los
Cambier Park Scoundrel. has game's peculiar Ang
Instead they can follow the combo.An once by the El Peco Ranch colt a par 38.38-'l2. Both cano be
lIes
Hill Rise Is arrangements, they're one and Angels edged Washington
expected to t
camera as it follows the in go lengthened for tournament play.
slap accident helped set the the one-mile Trial at least
up The first the the same Ford 2-1 behind the relief
measurable rainfallIn post for the classic Saturday There man. signed a pitching of
lap-slap of the bare feet of are numerous water
the record 13 horses
payoff. Chester Direct and
possibly
30 as manyas the $60,000 contract last Novemberas bon Lee and Dean
days hit Naples at 7 p.m.. as 6-5 favorite Second hazards Chance.
Ethiopian who won the Mara 16 and large gaping sand
on top at the head of the will go to the post Satur.
yesterday and washed out asche. choice will be the Canadian both pitcher and pitching The Chicago New York
thon In a flood-lit run down the stretch, momentarily went off day. If 13 start, the Derby will traps. Some of the extreme dog. coach. Yankees'
duled Softball hopeful Northern game was rained
doubleheader. Dancer out.
ancient Appian Way switch ale stride. whose legs are designed to favor net
He offer
swerved of
a
causing
with
purse $144,500
Though the 20-mlnute deluge probable odds are 31. they So far the 35-year.old Whitey In the National League the
the
most Instantly to the duel In the both Fedor Herbert and Denl. $93,925 going to the winner hooker nor sllcer.
soaked right! Into has started three in the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated
the games
100 meters catch the parched The 565.yard, S 17th hole
to par
disputed son fall and throw their drlv. The I'/i-mlle
outfield grass, inert were a few classic will be dual role winning one, losing Houston and Ken (No-Hlt) John.
finish on the East Course with
at the Lex
swimming pool ers, Bud Gilmour and John televised by CBS from 4:15 p.m. Wood Wins goes and
too one having no decision
many puddles in the Infield In son 3.1. Philadelphia defeated
ogle those yum.yum lasses In Chapman. ., to.t.hl track.msionc to make for good playing condl. the to 4:45 p.m., EST. Post time for 21 Of 22 Tennis tho The prevailing par 4 18th southeast Is dead againstthe wind. the other. Cincinnati 4.2, Milwaukee wal

raw, seemingly tions. The ralned-out contests Derby is 4:30 p.m. What has been the result? Has loped Pittsburgh 9-5 and St. ,

NEW: YORK (APIAihetkof of contention, was steered wide will be played later, probablyat Hill Rise showed all the Tilts In SeasonMIAMI The wind.two It been awkward? Does he feel Louis shut out the New York
In US. out of trouble and strength In the courses drain into a
money wim Upon uull paced on to Trial that he dls.
any greater Mets 8-0. .
the end of the first half. responslbllty Is he The San Francisco
Lhllmri.hir", mule by HlutiMi.tlan .. victory. It was the first solftball rain. played earlier In ruling the (AP-U you're a ten. wandering stream which widens Inclined to yank himself more Chicago Cubs game was rained
: Dill 'Inghsh, shows Ihul Chapman suffered a broken West, and his performance nls enthusiast, perhaps you've into lakes The stream makes a
quickly that
out In two There now the decision Is .
1963 Open winner Julius| Boron right shoulder and Gilmour a years. were no quickly made Shoemaker forget heard of Lex Wood. If not, It's hazard for IS holes on the East almost his? out.Charles
solely not
postponements In the entire schedule only christened
Is thtleudcr with 1.1.1.470. Boron twisted shoulder Oddly they the colt's unimpressive victory time you did.i Course and 11 on the West.
last year.Weather "I haven't let It bug me yet Flnley's porch but also doubled
has won the title twice and run both won previous races In the in the Forerunner at Keeneland i Wood continued his mastery of "These. courses are as tough but It before ,
the home in
the third and
allowing Softball may season isover" a run
ac. Miami as in the "
heen,4n the money on 10 other two weeks ago. Players for the third day any country, says
TD.Gilmour tlon will resume Thursday at 7,. the blond Long Islander singled across a run in the fifthas
, iHCiTTorm.Arnold won the sixth race "I guess I'll have to run him to a row Tuesday by beating Strong, the director of golf at Said
30. First game matches Stahlman today as the Yankees the A's struck for three runs
Palmer In next with 144 with Sonnle Jim Abbe at $52.00 back in the Derby," quipped John Hammlll the No 2 player. the PGA's new home. 'awaited
Property Maintenance and their Stadium and drove Frank Lary from the
Publlx meeting
less then IlivfU, He him been In to start the TD. Tony Abbatlello Market and the 9dS second trainer Bill Flnnegan. The smil. Miami won the meet, 7.2, to NEXTi TIle TV Problem with the Chicago White Sox. mound.

the money eight lime.. Ren Hogan took the seventh with Shady game ing Flnnegan could do little make the Hurricanes' record for "I have
will be between the top two teams always been honest Diego Segul who walked four
Is third with '2 ,9U In the Maid at $22.90 then more than
won Chapmanwon grumble after Hill the season 141.
Stone Builders Seeks with the batters in the first two
and Tropics Drive Injunction managers Casey innings,
USOA OpenunJ Cl!!n. (.later I I.. the eighth with Meadow Rise won the Forerunner. It was Wood's 21st triumph in Stengel then
Inn. Ralph Houk and settled down and stopped the
fourth with I23..1J7 Hart at $11.70. "There was just nothing In 22 Intercollegiate matches this Again To Keep PGA now Yogi Berra. When I started Tigers on five hits for his first

there to push him," Flnnegan season. His only loss was to Mar. getting tired or losing stuff victory.
said. "Ha just loafed after he ty Relssen of Northwestern in From Moving Club I told my ,
them. So they trusted me. Robin Roberts had a four-hlt

got the lead. U he keeps that three sets WEST PALM BEACH (AP-More or less, I've been my own shutout going for the Orioles .

John D. MacArthur has gone to boss out there as far as deciding until the Red Sox tied It in the

NICKsDRIVE.INICUTRATE I : ELIQUORS court again in an effort to keep when I should leave the mound ninth on a producing single

PLAY BETTER GOLFBy the Professional Golfers Assocl or continue. by Carl Yastrzeraskl and Stir

t atlon from leaving his layoutat "Only difference now Is that art's double. Then after Baltimore .

Palm Beach Gardens. It'. official But I still wouldn't scored two runs, in the

428 9th STREET. SO. Ml 2-5355 20239th STREET NO. Ml 2-7222 Tommy Armour A hearing Is set for S p.m. hesitate a minute to pull myself 10th, reliever Stu Miller sudden.ly .

Thursday on MacArthur's pet!. out or even to bench myself iiI lost his control.A .

Whether You Shop By Phone Or In Person tlon for a temporary restrainingorder. went into a slump" walk to Chuck Schilling, Ed

Keep Head Steady Bressoud's single and a walk to

You Buy With Complete Confidence At The PGA has .threatened to Frank Malzone filled the bases.

ONE big/ difference between .t, abandon Its new headquartersMay Florida Stuart proceeded to hit the first

NICK'S LIQUORS expert golfer's method ,_' 1 because it claims that the grand slam of the season In the

and! the swing of the ordinary course and clubhouse do not majors

Nick Is The Leader In golfer: is that the expert keeps //d meet contract specifications. SportsBY
Originating his head steady. A good way for When the PGA threatened to
j
the average golfer to !keep hi11l'ad walk out last winter, MacAr. Baseball
Prices In thur got a court order prevent. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Special LOW LIQUOR NaplesAnd steady without cramping: his ing it. TENNIS ,

shoulders is to faint hit dun a MIAMI The Miami Hurrl-
MacArthur built .
Hire Is Proof I Iraa.d litlli to the right "f the to help him sell the houses headquar.ters on canes made their season's record 'Standings

ball at iulilri-ji. That will Turn t i his surrounding property. 14.1 by beating Florida State

turn hi* head! just the 7-2, but Lex Wood continued his
aa.a
chin
trifle needed! to allow free mastery over Miami's best ten. National League

back and hhoulder turn slightly i State nls players. Wood, who beat Rod Won Lost Par. G.'.

Canada DryBOURBON" ing./ This also makes! it Florida Mandelstam twice In two days Phdad.Iph i e I '00-
defeated '.n I'.ncl.co 7 I .700 1Pdt.burh
easier for him to keep his head John Hammill for one 7 I ass 1Mllw.u
of FSU's victories. .. _
League 7 I .113 2et.
)jxj.sitiou stable without being! I Loan __ 7 I ant re''

86 Proof Ky. Straight Bourbon rigid a* he sw ing:'* thru the ball. RACING Cincinnati, I I .50Houtton I
I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I 1 .42Chicago 4
If his head moves forward even MIAMI Fred. W Hooper __ 4 I 40Le 4
Whllk.yF For the first time since the
a wee bit he loses the sting and and Jockey Braullo Baeza have > Aneeia' I I .137 5
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season began nine days ago, all N. York 1 I .112 IV.
precision of his \ving. Florida State League ended their dispute. Baeza said
games
Quart $4.98Governors C 1004 by The Chlta.e Tnbune were rained out Tuesday night he bought his contract from Tuesday's Results
Hooper for
$100,000 and will rideas
P It was the second consecutive free St Lou I. I. Ntw York SMdws.k.
night the St. Petersburg.Daytona a agent Hooper brought .. 1. PltUburi I
Haeza to this country from Panama Philadelphia 4, Cjncinnitl I
Beach and Orlando Sarasota and had him under Lot Angela* I, Houston I
o r _, games were postponed because contract San Francitce it Chicaio, ram
Club of rain. to ride Hooper horses only.

? The teams will try again tonight Beat eeaeon batting mark Today's Games

BLENDED WHISKEY Shop Pedro's with Lakeland still at for a Houston Colt ,45i player Loa "n..'.. .. Hou.ton, N
Miami and Tampa still at Fort N.w York at It louts N
in the ifim'i two of base
86 Proof years Pituburih .t Milwaukee.., N
Men's Lauderdale. Daytona Beach goes ball wt> the .286 average turned Sin Franeiace. at Chicaio.

Full to Sarasota and Orlando to St. in by Roman Mejiat in 1962. Philadelphia at Cmcmnitl, NThursday's
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Wedneithy, April 29, 1M COLLIER COUNTY NEWS 9
What They're Saying $21 Million In

effective Jan. 1, to return to

: Road ContractsLet Today private industry.
The Governor's RaceBy YUGOSLAVIA. The Agnes
Washington ture Department plans to pro.
By State vide Yugoslavia with more than
THE ASSOCIATEnJ! "modified" and eventually end. B The $64 million In farm products under
Two candidates for governof S3? But he didn't indicate how TALLAHASSEE CAP) Con. ASSOCIATEDPRESS the Food for Peace pro.
took swings today at what they he would end It since any tracts totaling more than $21 gram.
called false and misleading change must come through million for road and bridge projects The announcement Tuesday
campaigning as the fix man amending the State Constitution in 37 counties were In the said Yugoslavia will pay $18,.
Democratic field of contestants The theme of economy in gov.ernment hands of contractors today for WASHINGTON from (AP)-In the 200,000 In Yugoslav currency
to dte for immediate construction.The news Washington and the remainder la dollars-
continued ( frantically was a popular one as DRUGt Mistakes by the Food
votes. f the candidates headed into the size of the letting was and Drug Administration and over a period ranging from 3
Sen. John Mathews of Jack. stretch drive for votes. The first third highest on record. Earlier, to 18 years.
of information by
sonvllle continued Jits familiar primary voting to reduce ranksof the State Road Department handled withholding been INCOMES The average Amer.
manufacturer have
theme of/latnbastlng other can.. contenders to no more than some $35 million In a single the harmful lean received a $77 Increase
blamed for keeping a
dldates tor what he said were two per party comes next week letting Several years ago, the five personal Income last year.
drug on the market for
false and ridiculous promises. Where runoffs develop tfey will one.tlme record was set at $26 The Commerce Department
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla be settled ImThe May 26 second million. years Commissioner reported Tuesday that total personal .
Food and Drug
County called the campaign one primary. Heading the list ot projects Income rose $21 billionor -
George P. Larrlck said Tuesday
of stirring up prejudices with tin Mayor Robert King High of ,. handled Tuesday was a trio of that physicians attributeda S per cent.Designer.
false issue of civil rights. Miami missed one day of cam. Jobs on Interstate highways In half dozen fatal hepatitis
Scott of when he went to Wash. s Jacksonville and Pasco
Sen. Kelly Lakeland, palgnlng ,wrt4L Tampa, cases to the drug Flexin SuesColdwater
meanwhile, campaigned In the ington Tuesday to testify about and Hernando counties. which was finally suspended by
citrus belt, largely Ignoring thother the duPont business Interests in Cone Brothers ConstructionCo. the FDA on Oct 13, 1961. ForDresses
contestants and presentIng Florida. His headquarters Ml. of Tampa was low bidder But Larrlck told a House Government .
his own platform. ami said that sources In this at $4,875,5:3 for a l.9-mile link Operations subcommlt. Rally

In Tampa, Karl said several group of Florida businesses 1F1 of Interstate 75 In urban Tampa tee on drug safety that a sister LOB ANGELES (AP) Sen.
tried to Vvele to the cam. from Florlbraska Avenue Pow.
the 1m
candidates give contributing drug -Paraflex- made by the Barry Goldwater. and his son,
presslonthe election would palms of some candidates for hat an Avenue.
same company Is still on the Barry Jr., are being sued by a
mean defeat of the federal cl governor. The Job was for six 4 an ing market. dress designer who says he is
vll rights proposal In Washing'' "Theee huge contritions can the highway and building bridges The company McNeil Labor. still owed money for dresses he
ton when actually they would only mean continued {imposition at Florlbraska, Lake, Buffalo, atorles of Fort Washington, Pa. designed for the Goldwater
have nothing at all to say about of the State's major tax burden Chelsea, Osborne and Illllsbor. has been directed to make ad. (Iris.
wit. on the Individual rather than ough Avenues.It .
Hills
ditlonal, detailed tests on Para- Jerry DeLoe of Beverly
'1 wont promise Utopia to.. business and Industry," High will mark the first urban designed
flex and "to report the results said in hip suit Tuesday he
morrow for any group," said said.Rep. construction on Interstate 75 in promptly to fDA," Larrlck testified. 20 dresses for the Art-
Karl. "Nor will I engage In a Fred Karl of Volusia Florida. sona Republican's primary at a
contest to see who can hate the County continued to attack both Houdallle-Ouval Co. of Jack He said that when McNeil cost of $1,040, but had been paid
most I am not a crusader; but Gov. Farris Bryant and candl. "-- sonvllle submitted the low bid of submitted Flexin In 1955 as a only $400.
neither am I a hater." date Dickinson simultaneously.He "\ 'E DON'T"MAKE'MUCH MONEY but we got lots of awards! The $3,754,000 for four miles of Inter drug to relieve muscle spasm, DeLee's attorney said the
said that Dickinson advertising look over a total of 11 adAertisinjr state 93 In Duval County be.
Mathews told St. Petersburg was Bry. !men at ADesijrns Naples fluency it did not relay to the FDA Information dresses were worn at a rally for
voters, "An honest campaign ant's "annolnted knight" and awards they have \\OQ during their first fullear, of operation tween Atlantic Boulevard and that one test patient Goldwater and also at a $100.
means an honest administrationwhile that both were "toll twins" capped by two Addy Awards the most honored awards in the Advertising Bowden Road in Jacksonville who used the drug had died of a-plate dinner held recently lathe
a campaign of false and where roads were concerned. the Advertising Federationof The Job calls for four-lanlng .
Industry presented to AD?!lilCns during hepatitis. Sports Arena.ROOMMATES
Karl drew an apology from the highway and Duval bridgesover
ridiculous
promises can mean America annual convention in Tampa last Saturday evening. Picturedleft OIL Rear AdmPOnnle P.
Dickinson at Clearwater where Bowden Road University
nothing but a complete lack of .
Lattu has been appointed dine AGAIN
Says
integrity and Intellectual dlshon they met Tuesday. Dickinsonhad to right are : Chris Winkler, Jack Slottajr and Doylel'oekinger.\ Avenue, Spring Glen Road. Em.
tor of the office ( oil and gas Kan AP) When
p STAFhORn.
esty in that administration." said earlier that Karl voted Slottau:, "I come up with the Ideas. Doyle 1It'1tht'm\ and Chris carries erson Drive and San Diego Road, In the Interior Department and Juk. NeUon of Turon kan.-, and
Targets for Mathews' barbs for the car tag Increase but ad. them out to completion" (McGrath photo) a single bridge at Ramp J., and his duties shortly.Latluj3t1 Claud Fields of SuffotJ landed
milled publicly that he had been a pedestrian overpass at Con.
were Kelly former Sen. Fred 0. of tattve. of Finland
In the name hoipnal room ai
(Bud) Dickinson of West Palm wrong. non sectarian prayer and Bible llgion was closely Identified with ners Street is currently assistant chief for patient they began to recall old
Sen. John Mathews Jr. of schools. the history and government of Ewell and Con.
Beach, and Mayor Haydon Court Decision reading in the public Engineering ,HSiflMpnrtatlon and facilities of ,
Burns of Jacksonville.Time Jacksonville, who had to call off Last year the Supreme Court the United States and that Amer. stnutlon Co. of Lakeland was (the Navy's Dureau of Supply l antis their 'e
Among
was running short for the Pensacola part of his cam ruled that such religious observ leans were a religious people low bidder at $3,477,519 for 8.9 memories was
and Accounts. He succeeds Jer. fact that they lint hired s hoa.rl..1 ,
all candidates for governor to palgn schedule Tuesday becauseof Helps Atheists antes violated the constitutional whose institutions presupposed a miles of Interstate 75 betwijcm" ome J. O'Brien, who resigned 58
Impress the voters. The first prl. rain that grounded his plane, separation of church and state. supreme being State Road 578 and Hickory Hill room years alO.
mary is Tuesday took another swing at the prom. Kynes said the Supreme Court "The court has confused the Road In Pasco and Ilernando ..

Several candidates, in the fl. ises of candidates generally. Only, Says Kynes series of decision on religion em. establishment clause of the First counties. NAPLES MOST MODERN< i
nal days, presented themselvesas "The candidate who goes into barked it on "a Journey into a Amendment to the extent that it Other construction projects
firm friends of beleaguered office on a promise of some cer. WASHINGTON (AP) The U. sea of conflicts without a com now considers It unconstitutionalfor Four lanlng Oakland Park HAIR FASHION SALON IS
taxpayers. tain road improvement Is handicapping S. Supreme Court's interprets pass.'' a state to make appropriate Boulevard 1.3 miles in Oakland -thla Week Special! .
"I would veto any major tax the entire state road. tlonHf the First Amendment to "To avoid this, It is my sin. provision for recognition in the Park In Broward County Duleg. t
bills in the 1965 legislature,"for. building plan," he said. "The the Constitution protects only cere belief that a constitutional public schools of the very things al Paving Contractors of Fort I Permanent ;
mer Sen. Fred O. Dickinson of same is true of the candidatewho the rights and freedoms of athe. amendment Is urgently needed which "the court Itself has recognized Lauderdale, $473,478. .; Wave R.f. $..... $12 e SO I l g
West Palm Beach said. promises some specific in. ists, Florida Atty. Gen. James which will protect and preservethe said the attorney gen
stltutlon for some specific area.A of all to wor. dl
rights persons
"I would repeal the automo.bile said
Kynes today eral.Last The MuhiimmcJ reportedly fry Mr Wills New Body Hair Cut) Makea .your eel IS
School prophet
week State Supt.
schoolin
tag increase and it Is hog. candidate must be free and un. In testimony prepared for de. ship in their own way at ,
wash that this cannot be done fettered to build roads and in. livery to a House Judiciary com. the public buildings and in the Thomas D. Bailey sent a state fined to enter Damns* stay better and keeps the frits out of your permanent me
stitutions where there is need. armed services or anywhere else ment to the committee in whichhe i:UK, Syria, -living V man may
without taxes supported a -
adding more mlttee Kynes proposed
said Sen. Scott Kelly of Lake Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack revision of the First at any time and place," Kynes also supported the proposed mil enter purjdm. Iwu., and I Ipn'fer WILLS HAIR FASHIONS
sonvllle, who also had trouble Amendment that would permit told the committee."I amendment to permit Bible rtfbd. ; lo. IllAilll Ih. tmmiirUlparajmc
land.He said that natural Increaseof with Central Florida rain, cam. see no reasonable solution ing and prayer in the schools. 4i; filth Av', ... HWM' Ml I-MM -

tax revenue would more than paigned despite it through a big .except to clearly redefinethe : .
make up twice over the $35 mil.: section of the state Tuesday promoted by some agency Independent First Amendment and dart'
lion revenue loss that would re. ending up at Webster.He of both the development fy its meaning .by an addition.
suit. said that the word "tour. commission which handles It al amendment to the constitution .
Republican candidate Charles 1st" Is about worn out and suggested now, and of the hotel commls. such as you are now con. rAIM
Holley of St. Petersburg repeat that travelers be called slon, which would handle It un. slderlng."
ed his stand that the homestead "ouUof.state visitors" Instead.He der a widely discussed reorganization. Kynes said the Supreme Court

exemption from taxes should be said that tourism should be previously recognized that re- '.

\ Chances are you have a checking account.
Six out of ten Americana do. Chances ares
. . . . . . . . . you never worry about accounting problems

': J. when you write one Americana write

.,. ?,1'., 15 billion checks a year, and seldom do.
w You take it for granted that your bank's -

behind-the-scenes bookkeeping J people will

add your deposits, subtract your checks,
and come out to the penny
.

4rtl .

+*; When You Write A CheckOur

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.
.
goal is perfection, and that's whywe

S e do worry about accurate handling of
WI,
your checking account Our heavy volumeof

: personal and business checks and de-

: posits is a responsibility we take tenoualy.

t : That's why we have invented in Bur-

rough electronic equipment to help us
C'"P, t a s .
$4.
1I' .'. '....:' handle the job of keeping tabs on your
t .MI > checks and other bank bulin...... Our new
Burroughs automatically challenges .
system
.
tPud( 1"01 A'II) -.v, Ji every deposit or chock to be sure

that it Is applied to "<* correct account
I It remember your t.jct balance and
,k' :
>: t'" 44 never drop a decimal point. It's ever-
:1 > 1"J alert circuits never tire of doing sums.This .
.
f' ,
.;
r;: > ,. ,. 4'O .
I. ".' modern, electronic equipment at

:. S work \behind the scenes 1 i. a step forward

f:', Rill In our continued program aimed at providing

":*, I pledge myself to be objective regarding ALL the Tit/) you with the bent pomuble banking

needs of our county school board, rather than representing .ervlce.Ixtrwiw .

only a particular district or individual. .
,
I am willing to devote my energies and time to the .

establishment of policies and regulations that will leave .

.... administration to the administrative .
.; the actual details of county .

staff. I have NO OTHER BUSINESS TO .

.. RUN.
i : T

;,. I recognize that the county board acts as a unit and I am willing to( carry through with [ circuit *...? tfrtptunufhi a ...'....1 I IaleS \

f' majority decisions made by the board whether they agree with my personal' thinking or not. .

;, I have the intestinal fortitude to stick to educationally-sound decisions and I will not be

waved by any pressure group or private indhiduals.

It is not the duty of the board to run the schools, but it IS its duty to see that the schoolsare

efficiently managed. As our family picture, above, shows, I am not retired and ss
probably never will be. I am a mother and a housewife with the money and the time that J .

it takes to devote to these duties. A native of Florida, I was educated in Florida public 17THE
V4000.I.cW.ak! aca.etlee en.chlae
schools and the University of Miami. Our .

children are in the elementary and junior 11 e

high schools of Naples. I ask for your tCdv d -2' s

confidence and your vote as a candidate C

for the Board of Public Instruction in District .J.' 0

2. I will serve you well. EMOLEE BARRETT, School Board Dist 2 ,,.,,t,l,,
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However. I feel that to( properly -

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, 3 Battle For District 2 School Board Seat study direction Instruction.8. should DRESS of the be CODE Board made under of--1 Public think the



the manner In which this pro-

(, been proven that children Improve 1c 1c It should be necessary to add my twelve years residence County In blem was handled by a committee -

quickly and maintain bet further to the tax burden. and knowledge of Collier of teachers and parents

f ter records In their schoolwork 11. SCHOOL ATTORNEY-- my four years participation with the sanction of the Board

r In air conditioned sur What We Asked I believe a school attorney In on-the-job training programs was a reasonable and proper

roundings. Since a better edu- should be appointed by the Board and above all my personal that approach.

cation Is our ultimate goal I for a definite-p... nd upon Interest In seeing 9. MOVING PUPILS-As a
and every
am In favor of any progress expiration of that term any my three grandchildren matter of principle I am op
-
made toward that end School Board Candidates other local attorney Interested) other child ColllerCoun- posed to requiring children to

S. REDUCING COSTS--I see In the position be given an opportunity -' ty who attends our public attend schools located outsideof
education
no hope of reducing this expenditure to apply for the job. schools receive the finest their immediate neighborhood -

In the foreseeable future 1. in what way do you fl you can b. of help to the> school This enables the Board to make possible.As need for additional The best possible solu-

Not only are we faced with a oyat.a as a m mbr of thl Board of public Instruction* a decision as to what Is bestat to the urgent tion I can think of at this time
financial
spiraling birth rate In this coun- that particular time. Local facilities and would be to transfer students

try but approximately 3700 new t. DO you favor full -month usa of school buildings In which professional and businessmenwho problems pertaining thereto I from the Shadowlawn area to
hats a multi-million dollar lnv.ttmntT that our
taxpayers believe It Is necessary
people move to Florida each pay the taxes to support Lake Park In order to alleviate

t, week. With the load on our 9. In what manner would you rtoomnwnd that -month us* of school our school system should be millions of dollars ohaxpayer'smoney but well the overcrowded condition at

school system constantly Increasing bu tiding b. aooonpliihadT given preference wheneve r pos be spent has wisely Included the Shadowlawn School. I think

w with the need for repairs slble. In regard to the school My experience the Administrator and his staff
4. favor air conditioning all school buildings or building of three major schools
county
I and replacements for Do you architect position any local should work this out In a way
thot to be constructed In the future boards and
with school
t just
til }. larger and better trained architect Interested should be working that would create the least hard
-
... school superintendents and a
faculties I can honestly see &. Do you think the cost of maintaining the county school lyatea, given a chance to( appear before ships on both parents and stu-
I MOLES:BARRETT no possibility of reducing the which now amounts to approximately 78 cents of every tax dollar paid the Board and present his business career of many years dents Involved.10. .-

a amount needed to maintain an the county, can ever be reduced views so that the Board can Involving decisions concerning FISCAL AGENT--I I thinkit
of believe I
adequate school In this consider him large sums money might be advisable to havean
Barrett system 6. DO you favor appointment or election of the County SchoolSuperintendent that such experience would be
, county. 12. TEACHER PAY--Ac- expert assist our financial
Invaluable In the required -
6. SELECTING: SUPERIN- cording to statistics teachers obtaining officer In the preparation of

1. HELPING THE SYSTEM- TENDENT--The voters of Col- 7< Have you any suggestions for Improving the curriculum of the in Collier County are financially facilities In the most the budget maybe once every

With two children enrolled In lier County have previously ,ohoolsT In line with salaries paidin economical manner. four years. I have known our

I this school system 1 am. and pressed their desires In this the State of Florida. However 2. 12-MONTH USE-AS a present financial officer for
8. DO of the 'dr.II cede recently adopted by both businessman I feel that
have been Interested In you approve any
I vitally matter and If I am elected It since good teachers are the past s tx years and have great
the Junior and Senior School,
High time have five six mil
seeing that the children of Col- will be my duty to abide by the basic Ingredient of an A-1 you or confidence In his ability and
lion dollars Invested In buildIngs -
lier County have the best edu- their wishes. The method of 9. When the new $.a Date school opens In the fall It will leave educational system this Is not sincerity, I think that In most

cation possible. My past work obtaining the services of the empty classroom at Uke Park Sohool but Shsdowlawn will be crowded. the place to cut corners. etc., they should not lay Clles. the advice of an expert

with various clubs and civicgroups superintendent does not ap Some parents have voiced opposition to transferring their children Idle twenty-five per cent of the will save the county more money
has $given me valuable from Shadowlawn to Lake Park what solution to this problem can youougg.etf time with no return on the investment -
pear to me to be nearly so than his services cost.
experience In the handling I think this mightbe
with him
Important as working 11. SCHOOL ATTORNEYI --

of financial matters and In deal for better schools for Collier 10. DO you think an Independent fiscal agent should assist with the one way to partially solve do not believe In a change

Ing with people. In addition, County. preparation of the school budget as Is now the polity the County our growing pains and lessen merely for the sake of change.
I am not employed and would Commission the necessity of building new
7. CURRICULUM--1 believeone I think If you have a qualified -
be able to devote as much time crying need In our present buildings every few years thus who understandsthe
and effort as be requiredto 11. Do you t.el that, as a "public relations expediency the saving the taxpayers considerable attorney
may curriculum Is forswell-equip- school attorney position should be "passed around every few years** of But problems encountered by
adequately discharge my duties ped, well-staffed and up-to- Also the school architect? amount money. the school system and has
on this board and to work even more Important than the
date vocational program. Manyof done a good job In this capacity -
r with other groups and indivi- our students will not be go- 12. Do you think school teachers In Collier County are underpaid economy Involved I feel that he should be retained, unless -
duals toward the betterment of such a program might well lend
Ing on to colleges or special the board thinks another

our school. system. schools after their graduationfrom i Itself to providing better edu- attorney would be better qualii -
cational facilities for child

lam 2.' In 12-MONTH favor of year-round USE-- Yes use the local school system and If an Independent fiscal Collier County Is ready for ren to the fullest extent our of our fled i and in a better positionto
and
choice some by
some by
advise the
Board
can assist In that this at but on legal
of these facilities: however their agent us goal system present means.
circumstances
much planning and research will beyond I'm all for having him there. should keep Informed of the 3. HOW TO DO IT-This lea matters.As .
control. I feel not now
we are
to the second of this
11. SCHOOL of the elsewhere pan
ATTORNEY-- It would
be required before an adequate sufficient training to progress system huge undertaking.
solution to this changeovercan providing If the services of the school have to be worked out after question I believe we should
these students for their
be found. As know, equip attorney and the school archi- 3. HOW TO DO ITAt considerable research and hire local architects If they
you In the world of
place society thenI this Is not wide- determine the best are properly qualified and experienced -
various schools nd universities tect havebeensatlsfactory present system study to system -

throughout the nation are today. I can see no reason to change ly used so I would suggest that of rotation with both teach In designing this type
DRESS CODEIndeed I
attempting Just such a change- 8. just to pass the Job around. an literature available be stud- ers and pupils In mind. I do of structure 1 think this is
do. I think It was long overdue LESTER WHIT AI over and the problems result- Certainly their experience Is Ied and contacts made with the not believe that our young people
and I also think It will
Ing from this change are many a valuable asset and should betaken schools! now uslno tM plan. should attend school twelve supplies as well keeping

and varied Involving not only Improve the general characterand Into consideration along With this knowledge-the Board months of the year I am also In mind we are spending tax-
of the student
the actual staffs of the schools respect body with their ability to work har- would proceed as It does with aware of the fact many of our payers money and their prices
for their class and the
mates SYSTEM-- will have be
HELPING THE
1. to competitive.
other teachers use this vacation
but also the altering of the various moniously with the board mem- A. problems. per-
curricula vacation schedules school Itself. bers. rIILLIANC 4. AIR-CONDITIONING First let me say I considerthis iod to further their education 12. TEACHER PAY--White
9. MOVING PUPILS--I don'l, office be the most important teachers In Collier
to are
County
etc. Indeed 12, TEACHER PAYWe Air conditioning Is a desirable which Is necessary to better
yearrounduse believe there Is a simple solution In our Government better paid than In most other
would be Ideal but the actual have an excellent starting salary feature In this area, but thenso County equip themselves to be better
to this problem. As especially so, since It counties In Florida I believe
are gymnasiums better libraries teachers and thus
switch over will have to be ) however a more equita- merluhlgh-
with all
problems Involving Is the responsibility of the that school teachers generally -
worked out In detail after ble system of providing raises workshops labs etc. er rate of pay.
great
many people there will be some Board to appoint the Superintendent. are grossly underpaid. To(
much thought and for qualified teachers must be Cost of Installation would be 4. AIR-CONDITIONlNG--
planning. who will not with the ultimate believe the few of teachersare
agree I next my way thinking
3. HOW TO DO IT--1 would decision In this found. Under our present system the governing factor In the existing I think that anything that can
mat. be the
earnestly recommend that such teachers receive an automatic MILLER school buildings as wouldbe years could very well be done to Improve conditionsand the most Important groupin
ter. One thought that has occurred most crucial ever faced by our our entire educational
the effected Installation sys-
I' a step be taken only after much $100.00 per year Increase saving by create a more comfortable
to me Is the possibilityof Miller school In Collier County tem. I think we should continually -
serious study of the problems each year. Thus at the end during constructionof system atmosphere would Improve the
! shifting one whole grade be faced with hire
.' We will many and keep the best
of new schools. Complete air
of
ten
Involved and after consultationwith years teaching the quality of work done by both
rather than
transferring stu- serious problems that will call teachers it Is possible to obtain -
various officials throughout dents from each of the total salary Increase amountsto 1. HELPING THE SYSTEM-- conditioning In a building not teachers and students. If we
grades. for sound business backgroundand
the fact
the state and nation who This of would only $1,000.00. which basedon During my three years em- used during the summer months should go to twelve months use Considering
course, meet In this connection that
are familiar with the problems with from their training and experience ployment as a school administrative seems like a luxury. judgement. of our schools I definitely believe It takes many years of
the
arising from such a change and opposition of students!}. parents In most Instances Is assistant I observedthe 5. REDUCING COSTS--It's I pledge my thirty yearsof that all buildings should advanced learning to qualify for

who are In a position to offer the Immediate residing of the In far from adequate functioning of an entire certainly worth constant effort business experience plus _be air conditioned as the three a teaching position they deserve -

possible solutions to these pro- Shadowlawn vicinity school system (In a city of 40, on the pan of the School Board summer months now constitu- a salary sufficient to
school No
blems ter what decision Is mat EARLY PAPERS 000)) and can draw from this and the Administration to watch 49 Counties Of ting our vacation period are the compensate for these years

4. AIR-CONDITIONlNG-- finally first-hand knowledge to help every Item In the budget to see ones when air conditioningwould spent In acquiring this know
reached In this matter there ATLANTA (AP) State Are Using ledge. I feel that salaries
Georgian
If be
When and for- any saving can accomplished -
financially feasible. I will be solve present problems be needed the most. This
some who will not approve were among America's first new* which Is not done at the expense should be as liberal as possible -
would like to see every school that decision mulate plans forColllerCounty Voting Machines of course would have to be accomplished -
pupermen. In accordance with
building In Collier when It becomes heavily populated of our children's future. as our finances our
County com 10. FISCAL AGENTWhenyou The Georgia Gazelle, IheI'ale' TALLAHASSEE...Voting machines means and should be
pletely air conditioned. Statistics accounting and business We can only reduce percentage would allow taking Into consi- based
My
first ,
stop to consider that 75'%) newspaper was the automated way of not what teachers
upon are paid
that workers In the founded background will be use- wise through higher valuation deration some of our older
prove of every tax dollar Is InvolvedIn in 176 at Savannah casting ballots, have been used but
business and professional fields the school I And the Cherokee Phoenix, the ful In watching over those tax from Industry or a gain In non- In Florida since 1937 and will school buildings might be rather elsewhere upon the high
budget. think and that should
quality
achieve greater records of accuracy you will that It Is orld'. firm 1 newspaper to be dollars. school population. be used by 49 counties In the expensive to air condi- ability we
agree require
only
and production under reasonable to seek the best published bv and for Indian, 2. 12-MONTH USE--The 12- 6. SELECTING SUPERIN- coming May primaries, Secretaryof tion.We

these conditions and especially was MdbliKhed in 1828 at New month use of school buildingsIn TENDENTWhat 1 believed State Tom Adam reported air condition our offices
assistance
here possible and advice E.hola. It .a* printed in 'the this week and other bus- TAMPA Fla. (AP) Sport
In South Florida where particular area requires the referen- banks stores
available any prior to recent
for the budgeting of fisherman Charles )
(
wholly Baileydidn't
Cherokee alphabet, Forty-six counties rely Chip
toed before It Is for the comfort
much iness
we are with study places
prolonged these dum where the majority rule
moneys. I am In favorof C'or"I."M oldest newspaper upon voting machines in stste have much: luck on s Hills-
stretches of hot weather It hast getting our money's wonh Hill being publmhed. the \ugusu adopted. Enrollment costs decided that the appointment of and county elections. Three of ourselves and our customers.I borough River outingbut at least

Chronicle feat oprvured" in even climate differences have to the County School Superintendent other counties Baker, Jefferson think the comfort of our stu- his catches were consistent.

10 COLLIER COUNTY NEW!9 Wednesday April 29, 1964 178V be considered. I don't think was the preferred way Is and Pasco use both paper bal. dents and teachers Is equally A cast went wild and Bailey's

.. of no consequence. The new lot and voting machines. important lure snagged on an overhangingtree

method should at least be Columbia County had made S. REDUCING COSTS To branch. He yanked Ihe line
given
Test the best and bank the savings in a trial before It Is subjected partial use of paper ballots in this question I would like to and the limb broke off.

to change again. The vo- the past but since the 1960 be able to answer It with a flat After more than an hour with
presidential election has converted out s nibble, Bailey felt something -
YES. But considering our rate
ters' job now Is to( elect the entirety to machine bal- ,
of which I think will and reeled in eargerly, his
best qualified Board members. growth
Rambler's' 101ln, rod bent nearly double When the"catch"
Counties now totally using be greater In the next few years broke the surface it

7. CURRICULUMSchool voting machines Adams said, it Is going to make It neces- proved to be
a water-logged tree
WHERE THE BUYS ARE! We've got special savings curriculum must constantly include: sary to provide more build- limb from the riverb d.

be revised provide the trainIng Alachua, Day, Brevard Brow- ings and facilities and hire more
now on hardtops,convertibles, sedans,wagons. both academic and voca- ard Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, teachers and otherpersonneltokeep

We've got a choice of 7 transmissions, 9 engines tional which Is necessary for Collier, Columbia Dade, Duval, pace with our Increasing

Spring (V-8s and 6s),25 beautiful Spring models in all.Each various them types to of earn students a living.to enable dry Eacambia, Hernando, tlaaler,, Hardee Highlands, Hen-, this population.can be accomplished I can not see where In the RE-ELECT

offers famous Rambler extra-value features like Hillsborough, Indian River,
Many high schoolgraduates who Jackson, Lake, Lee Leon, Immediate future. However I

Double-Safety Brakes and Deep-Dip rustproofing have no desire or lack the Manalee,Marion. Martin Monroe, think by sound management of FRANK

ability to go on to college for Nassau Okalooaa, Okeecho- our finances and In getting the
I at no extra cost. And each is all dressed up and further training are left with facilities
Selling bee, Orange, Oaceola, Palm most buildings and other

ready to save you money. (Rambler American sav. such a liberal education that Beach, Pinedas, Polk, Putnam, possible for our dollar SCHAUBYour

with the lowest of U.S.-built they aren't specialized enoughto St. Johns, St. Lucie, Santa we can hold the line on our
togs start prices! any apply for any particular job. Rosa, Sarasota Seminole, Sum- present rate of mlllage.

car!*) Come see come save today 1 ter, Volusia, 'Wakulla, "Walton 6. SELECTING SUPERIN-
8. DRESS CODE -Generally and*hlnllnn. STATE ATTORNEY
Pun km M eawd..Nw, MIMM< *- ee.Lp'
nmnntwi the
Sp re e but I believe It should have .\..." .Ilna to record on file TENDENT--I consider that
been applied County wide and in the Secretary of State's electorate has Judged this Issue

adopted Immediately. Where office Dad and Puval Counties and voted Its wishes and so far

morals and were the first to approve the uae as I am concerned the Issue Is
discipline are Involved -
TESTTHE BEBT4 of voting machines in 1936. closed. Our energy and efforts
action should be taken O.i'
Hillsborough County in s referendum should now be directed to the
GO RAMBLER as soon as possible. in 1937 voted to use Improvement of ourschoolsys- .

9. MOVING PUPILS-Thls them also and reportedly employed tem.
; V-80RB the machines in -
s spec14)
\o.: problem should first be hand- ) election thai. same year. 7. CURRICULUM--In response t
led as other disputes where to this question I must

there are opposing Ideasby Martha Washington's watch state that there Is probablyroom

conferences. Perhaps this Is had two uses: one enamel and for Improving updatingIT
,
an opportunity to Improve pub- one told.

.i, lic relations. It would seem FREE SELF PARKING FOR coo CAR

however that a student on the Most FUMsterfuf If a>rt-Msf tff

border betweenShadowlawn and HOMI o. rH' aAMOut

Lake Park districts who already .ow-ac's'. hprs' //ol1l11W| |])\

rides the bus would not be inconvenienced -
Give
to any great extent -

by the change.

failawav FRANKSCHAUB
10. FISCAL AGENTA

capable Administrator toge-

ther with his staff and department -, OCEAN AT laird STIEIT Wl 5-141 A

TRAVEL'MART-Sleak lines,with plenty or room heads should be able to 9rMIAMI BEACH 54, FLORIDA *

prepare a school budget basedon *

hardtopnty past operations and antici- 3-'Da j7Jed tut//to dJC' Paw Ii a second term

pated changes and with review at your

GULF COAST MOTORS,1126 Fifth Ave., South, Napl.a' Fla by five competent Board members I. COME 4/IIyrIM' FRIDAY, ,if.V ANYTIME SUNDAY STATE ATTORNEY

I there should be few problems to par par.*n, /bl.) ee, for
other than ,lute 1 15 $ 9 (' SO .! 370 r.>.ms)| (Pa,4 Political AJv.)
.Watch Ins Danny Kay Show on CBS.TV, Wednesday evenings maybe thoseof ((A/ieWlnj! )
legal! nature. I don't think



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B ttOC, and W1BC have sis: Starling 141 Butch orJ

MHEWAMIdway definite rules about postpon 149 and two H3's Steve Hartley -

ing or prebowllng scheduled 148, Lou Starling 13C-133

league games. These are firmly and Pam Dell 137.

established and cannot be

22107I changed by league rules. (IMp PINE LANES

rules may not be made that TRAIL DOWLl:RS -Star for

conflict with either ABC or the night was Gene Tessler

WIDC rules.) tossing games of 230 and Ii

"All league must be for a 615 set. Ev Baldwin
- -- - - games
bowled as scheduled unless they shot I 594-213-203. C. Mar-

Announctmonts, U-Autos For Sale, 50-Rooms For Rent are postponed orpre-bowledby tin 579-231 Tex Kaverman

authorization of the league'sboard 575-212. Willie Huber 574-
,
PlAZA BEAUTY SALON IN EVERY WA\ Private room 1227 IllS St N 205-216 R. Smith 571-205. Ed
Ml 21094 or Ml' 2 4947. of directors or a committee ,

1S2I Midway E. .Tamlami, 4723Boats.Motors Trail I EVERY DAY 4/2I.at appointed for that pur- Delavek 565-203 and Paul

your Yours nent safer Used if Car you from tiled our 55-Stores Office tr" pose." (The board of directors Schmidt 559 Bill Arbraugh

Accts. lock ol top quality "Sp.c and Is comprised of the officers recorded a 230 singleton, Jack

Span guaranteed Lted Car 'OK'ce No 9. 2nd ship e.le"Bu.I"n. FROM RUST TO RUST TSesldscaed.dcar.isalolaOutltofW..terlO. of the and the Hatcher 215, Vance Strick
league
Com in end **e for yourself" til 90 per Mo 1170 3rd
YACHT BROKERAGE U Buick 'Invict Wagon. St So Welkin 4 Barkau 601 N.Y.. are pert 0' a vehicular graveyard which 10 basically ocrlusln9 Ill .u"I.r because 0' team captains.) "''be lea land 204. Rudy Bomer, WU-

Fine Complete Inboard Naplaa Boatt! tlitlnia Bucket teat*. loaded 2795 00 SIlt /ov. So. Ml 25I4S' the poor m.k.1 for scrap m.tal The stripped halOs mill a... day b. damped I" SIts DC"". gue's board of directors shall burn Dullard and Joe Has hip
From 20 82 Chev Sol Airs VS AT 4/19,ttOflce _
_
Bob Martin MI 11757 "_ 201 and Jim 200.
PS R IoH. I owner 119500 determine what shall be sufficient McKay
Brunklmth Chris Craft Sates SI Buick Le Sabre 4 dr, Space 12 0 19 tt For'Real
HT AT PS, PEN 179500 at |45 per CoastColony cause to grant t postponement -

7-Dog* Cats Pors SI lact Ambattador air PS Wagon PB II I Bidg I 369 It':: Ave
Says which
-
RON 159500SI a league adopt legislation
Miniature French Pood''... .,. BOWLERS-PL
7 Old 4 AT PS 57-Houses For Sale would have the effect of establishing -
waaka. AKC Silvar .
malaa PB RON IM 00 Builder's Mart 57 36
Black lamala. 10 17,312. ft. SI Rambler American an absolute no-post
My.'.. 412H.p /",SI wagon. AT Fact ar, 119500 MOORINGS DELIGHT Crayton Cove
Three bedroom 2 beth con rule
SI Valiant V.200 wagonPS trel heal end air conditioningCerpoling To Handle MoneyWASHINGTON ponement bereque.sted Laundry 50 43
Wantod Rambler, PB Super AT 129500SO throughout encept 2 Teenagers All postponements shall Furniture Fair 50 43
bedroom Complete kitchen Includ at least 34 hours
.td.. air IM 00 :
,
Vive in. oparat,nfandmaiiitanance SO Buick Le Sabre I drHDTP ng disposal and thwaih hours Hatcher
48
coupla. E.pe..nc. In PS PB AT 149500 or. Nice tcreened porch, Paved D.C. .- Since Thai, Institute of Life Insurance hand Is the"teenager whose mo- ADC. W1BC priorto Construction 49 44
odded lawn land
dnvewey the scheduled time of the
motel or apt hotal II quaIfmdmail
SO Lincoln 4 dr HDTP toped Phone Ml 2 4104 otter deal of New York. ney world exists between his Shields 47 46
your nama .dd'.... tal Comp equip w fact sir parents supply a great match those granted for L.V.
PM except
no. and e br.al record ol a>. I owner above avg. ItS 00 1 4/lItf the $11 billion that lines the Despite the great amounts of parent's experiences which King Insurance 47 48
penance to .box I717ZZ Colhar 10 Dod n Pi onser WagonVSAT.PSRH 2 bedroom home. t'.100 with" en1e rgene leJ.
from the
stretch Depressionto
Nawt 5/2350 : 009500St terme 9th Ave Naples Perk pocketS of their teenage Ions money American teenagers Further Information on Bon Spr. Bus. Men 43 50

coun'lL WA TED MALE Crown Imperial' 4 d,. Ml. 28441)) 4/2141 and daughters -and eventually control the booklet says, "lit the present and themselves post- Pine Lanes 41 52
AND FEMALE HO TP. e.cel. condo has been made whose life environment has been poivment procedure, etc. may
effort
129500 ends In thousands of cash tie tangible Tamlami Tire 40 53
Tool makara rapair' and mam, I owner up be obtained! by reading U
tananca ol small dies, and com 59 Pontiac Conv 58-lots For Sale registers across the country to guide them toward mature characterized by abundance. page Bonlta Meu 39 54
moldi AT. PS, PB 109500 In the W1CC League Rule Book
praaaion should be concerned about practices In handling money." But, the booklet says thereIs
(I Ford Cuttomlm I dr Wooded lot neer ahadowlawnSchool they and 95 In the ADC book.
Electonlcs Toehnc.n. for A It H. tick 49500 city mats available. their offspring's spending ha The booklet continues: "If also the youth who lives In page TWIN COUNTY LEAGUE -O
production, sad sample monk. SI Plymouth Savoy I dr Easy term Cell Ml' 2 1192 or -
wagon VI tick 545 00 tee your broker there ever Is a time for teach poverty. These teenagers contemplate DOWL Drunk Miller Ins. 81 51
DROOKSIDE
M.ln'.n.ne. m.n. Must know U Plymouth 4 dr. bits.For It Is dropping out of schoolto
.lsctronic '.p."'. RON tick moo PORT ROYAL Lot22. Gallean : Instance many parents ing money management TWIN COUNTY -Arvll Holland Moon's Masonry 78112 531/2
Drive For Sal or Trade know the teen And clearlythis help support their familiesor
M Cidlllae 4 dr AT will be surprised to that years Bibbee's Market 73 59
Write 0 J. Herbert 2120 Pool with for 531 led
t 211 i
Tool foremanGirls "
.room PS PB P teat
fact air 74J 00 Road Darien Conn The pocket money of the average must be the school'Uask. themselves They cannot Sunshine Hardware as they won Gulf Coast Motors 73 59

for electronic a embliet junior and senior high The booklet urges that a "dy comprehend the world of abundance Fager Roof Coating 70 n
all from First Florida Dennis -
Enclote ,..um. and .'.t. e.. WOOD CHRYSLER 59-Acreage school Itudent has Increased namic curriculum dealing with so many of the middle with Naples Floor

alll.1f peeled ulery to .bo.m A'. PLYMOUTH, INC. con inCise, oriiumosiinunorI almost 300 percent since 1949. financial management" be Incorporated and upper-class youngsterstake 210-580 Salmon to lead came Moon's up Masonry a Covering 63112 C"l:: /l

2Mn N Trail MI 2 1551 acre'tract*. lit acre I acre The national average Income Into home eco- for granted. Sunshine
HELP WANTED trect with, electricity end In their victory over Rice'sClippers.
Cook open pit exp Eipd road Other .big, acreage tract of teenagers Is $489 a yearor -- nomics programs. "The teacher's task In the Stull Hardware 611/2 701/3

short order. cook. Wail...* anddnhwather 40-Autos Repairs a Parts 120 ,dn 120 per mo and up. more than $9.45 a week.In The teacher's task also process of widening teen per- John was high First Florida 58 74
in
Aply personal
Call er County Real Ettate MI for the losers with a 571-213.
Big Wheel Rest lOSIh Ave I 2 3919 Open Sunday 1963 221/2 million teenagers should be to get each youth to ception, the booklet says, "Is Vitro Services 51 81

Trail a/lUI LOOK HEREI) 1/I&II.'h.. -.about 12 per cent of the look at the two worlds that make to get each youth to look objectively Top scoring honors went to Al Rice's Clippers 501/2 81.12Airport

(4 ecrst'Ia cl.. IS 00 dn. and the social letting at both worlds, the Ilajek ((1)) for his 592-213-203.
FmaU IS 00 mo no ,n'.r..'. USD United States population--spent up teenager's
13-Help Want. Wondering where to go par Ted Land reached a 214 loner,
which he Is comfortable
On. mile,' from Golden Gala $11 billion. the booklet says. On one one In
Women 'A do lsht "ou..ork. With your car problem? City" Coll..ar County Raal Ea. 1970 the cash of -- and the one which seems Glen Lang 205, George Hart
and cook 1 meal 1 hour dailyor Factory Flm.h, Paint Job Isle Ml 2 39I. Open Sunday By outlay 187, Jay Abbott 214, Dud Has-
J hour I days a .week 1lttlwihaSpaciall the American teenager win foreign
Phone Ml I 4104 ell., I p m If Wreck Rebuilt 10 acraa 10 mil.. E." amount to nearly $21 billion. Collier County However no matter where singer 190, Ralph McKlrOian
Tuneup town Close to Trail 1145 194-198. Harry Clouser post-
Wonted Full timosscroi.rymull paacra Income falls It Is
the
Front end gnment Tarma Colliar County These figures are reported In In family ,
enpenence In typ,n, Mini. \Vins 2 Awards ed a 204, Tex Mills 199. Francis -
.,
bookkeeping, and dictation I Motor Overhaul Raal I" .. Ml I Ml*. Open a booklet Youth and Money the family which plays a major

day week with $JOO per month TrantmiMion, rebuiltLubrication .Sundaya 4/17.,20 published this month by the Seals Campaign rolo In determining the attitudes Hall blasted a 233 Single- S
,
.'.rtln. aalary for qualified ton. Sharpshooters were Peters -
p.r...... Submit complete ra.ume National Education Assoclltlon's acquired by teenagers
to P 0. Bon 72S. Nipl. Brake* 65-Gen. Real' Estate Collier County was well rep. about and Its use, the 9-10 and 4-5; Fox 579 -
Fl.. 4/?>.itVouni Poliah a Wax rTc eoTnaTTor'appTox'imaTI!? Department of Home Eco resented at the annual meeting money Shuff 5-6-10 Weaver and By JOHN E. ZATB

.ecretery for law oil,ceE Don't look any further I block from Rock Craak City, nomics. It was written by of the Florida Tuberculosis and booklet says. Wolford the 5-7. Operation Little Switch"
p not required Ml 2 4200. Sea Watar available, Thin lot layoinf Beatrice Paoluccl. MichiganState Disease Association As for how teenagers acquireand
4' IMI: Chevrolet for the low. low price of Respiratory spend! their the Department JUNIOR MIX ED -Drendon which sees equipment and personnel -
Inc.
money,
Ingram 2.000. University and Helen hi.Fair's held last week In Orlando.
fired 551-199 lead the
of Home Economic Haynes a to shuttled bacK to nor
130 SlIt St.. N. Ml' 2.S10SNaolet Those attending Were Mr*.
14-H.p, Wanted Malowatch Royal' H.bo I.. Walled lot has this the young men this week. Dar- thern operation each spring,
'1.. In' 'Reaching Thelma Cold, Mrs. Henry Ilorf. to say:
SO' X 17.000.
Dr.d gb c'.m.n.. I.v.rm.n. man, Mrs. Robert Benson Mrs. I More than half oTTI; teenagers bars Sorensen was high for the continued as planned Monday

.n.'n..... mate deckhand 41-Trucks a Tractors Sea Naples. South. and Model For Stars' Show Kelly Cantt, Mrs. Ed ScotlMrs.R.A. earn their own money-- girls with I 413144. Danny when Captain Doug Hogan departed -
and ahoramait Apply et Home on DliplayRamambar
J. B. Fraser 4 Son. Inc. Mer. .. lo rani buy or Grlfils and Mrs. C.J. Cop. the balance receive an allowance Mullins listed t 174 Ingle, Naples In the Cessna
co l Island' a/29.J1 1961 'International 2 ton "y sell contact Not Yet BuiltHOLLYWOOD The
for possibility
182 Doston.
ley.
duty cab and ch... .. 11250 or get money as they ask .
LUFF CMC 'INC all tIlt St. Lucille Ottt lean Brown Luther Terry gen. of later
Dr ,Burgeon weather problems
1S-S.1" H.p, Wlnt.d No Naple. 4/21.2'.30 Virgil Marcum, Bob Jugs (AP) One of Public Health Ser. for It, or from all these sour
oral U.S.
the exhibits that did not open at Things Different In the day around the Savannah -

44 Mobile Homes DEWEY POLLY York World' Fair last vIce, gave a talk on "Smoking coo.I area prompted a 4 a.m.
MALE OR FEMALE the New Teenage boys prefer to
and Health" to a capacity crowdon Since GrandmotherTook
MUST BE LICENSED ,. REALTY week was "Reaching For the earn their own money--the balance departure from Naples. This
Trailer wilts" cobons and eo Saturday morning.
REAl. ESTATEBE pert tor rent or *al*. Neo lo Corner of lot Ave No. tTamlami Stars a production showing Collier County was presented receive an allowance, or Up Cycling proved to be a wise choice,
cat,on. Ml 2-4155 or 12792 manned crafts will beat all
Tr.,1,I how two ind managed to
M ask for It Doug
32711 with two awards for its "splen.did get money they ,,
YOUR OWN BOSSEXCELLE Went to buy trailer, 10 wide Ml 1439S rendezvous In space. response" to the ChristmasSeal or from all these sources. MIAMI (AP)-Grandma Ul. the threatening weatherandar-

T Call Ml 450'. 4/11 ... There art two good reasons. lies Samuels was tooling around rived In Boston about 2:30 In
1(72 Jewel lollo".n. Waterfront Campaign, icceited a gold S Teenage boys prefer to
The building hasn't been com. the streets of Treasure Island
and
teewell centre! heat

the afternoon after an uneventful
PROPOSITIONCALL 45-Trailer! For Rent air. 2 bdrmt. 2 bath, porch pleted; the exhibit Is still being key and a certificate, making earn their money! girls like on her tricycle today and all was
Ml J: .:!35\1\ gang*. lit 050. Moving mutt created In Hollywood. Collier County a member of the to ask for It.Teenagers. right with the world. night.

J/2 IfE.p. Trailer, (I a ..*.k. with TV tell. The man who Is putting it to. Cold Key Club The county went 0 give priorityto "11I. What do you think of the Capt. Hogan will be returnIng -

Situ* .om.n. No 110 a week Space* 15 a week 1651 Mandarin Rd.. I tdrmt over the previous year's total by for food by airline to Naples, and
Is eminently qualified spending old battle ? she hallooed to
JlOOOo'ti" gether money IX*
Trailer Park
Rock Creek
115000 a .
Age limit I b.th. central' heat and .or. 18 cent for a total of $t,
per
pair pott,ble. Sarvinf public. 4/2BI' porch. carport' Attume mortgage Frank Capra. One of the recreation, clothescosmetics, her friend then drive up early In May to

Apply. Naple Memorial Oar No closing cottt 1150000 movies' great directors, tie Is 282.11. and grooming aids.Teenager Things Just haven't been the take over the Suburban Air Taxi
Vanderbilt Drive. I tiltS award received was
den* 48-Apt. For Rent dn IIS.400 Moving must Kit Another *
Ave Neple t.10 II.00 A M also a graduate of the California for the E.B.I. Christina Seal I make an attemptto sam sine Mr. Samuel.,liS,hit Operation In Boston. Naples

4/2Ut 2 bedroom Iurnisnodelicioncp 145 Itn St No I bdrm I Institute of Technology, class of which 146 save some of their the streets with her strange v*. Airlines president John Van
Achievement was per money.
apt No pet or children Ml' bath fireplace carport good '21. Mel.
M1I7 or Ml I 259M_4/ltf ,Investment 112,950! cent, the highest In the state 0 Some teenagers contributeto irsdale and spouse Deny will
20-Cometory lots "Thl Job 1 I. a challenge- nd It's trlke with full.
Furnished, apt for rent. US per 450 IMh Ave So Aqualane 2 of Florida. the money Income of the family a grownup be leaving early on the thirdof
week 'Inquire at 1405 CreechRd bdrmt 2 ..t".. contra! hem 4 a helluva lot of work, said the slM bike wheel, capable of In one of the Lock-
Me May
lot And
Single place Naplet the affluence
despite -
*, wataii/anl. Ill boo. director during a
4/2111
&LI&L born
mortal Oardeni 1200 M,. 0 air. Sicily spitting cinders! at tight miles
heeds As In the the
VanTrauren 5131 S. W. 25th St Furnnhed I bedroom apart- 171 llth st. No.. 1 bdrm brief reaplte. "The show will Find Veterans In middle and upper classes an hour. past, ship
2 bath poch.II". heat will be well loaded with office
Miami' 4/2131 m.nl. Huge living ,room kitchen large / 18 minutes but teenagers more often than .
and air. f 17,500. MOO 00 dn only run 17 or Itor two grandchildren and assorted
end beth Ml 2 3891 2/25.11\
IUS 00 mo with tax and Int it will take me about five Taking AdvantageOf not are expected to contribute neighborhood dugs takeIt supplies and records plus an ..

23-Mi.c. For 51"MAPS ". ONE APARTMENTS BEDROOM UNFURNISHED AIR CON. FHA. No elating, cottt month to put It together5t'The In terms of services to the In stride Passing motoristsget the personal Items required for

DITIONEL. ANNUAL LEASE. 1270 IIlh st No.. I bdrtns. tardiness of the opening Korean Cit Bill maintenance of the home a jolt. the annual move Next Monday -

City County Topo NO CHILDREN NO PETS APPLY I bot" ."" Os 'n. MOVE Is no fault of his. "If Mr Samuels explained It this Mark Bellus will
XEROX Copying ,mttantly : ESSEX HOUSE 550 4th RIGM'T"IN' "NO "qualifying"' Nearly two of every five llv. young people are to learnto *. Capt.

CAPLES BLUEPRINTING AVE. SOUTH slop 00 month with lax and{Int "Like a lut of things at the" Ing Korean Conflict veterans have live with money In the I long ways be leaving with his family by
Sll SlIt Ave. So Ml 22152 Modern I bedroom unlurn.th fair, It was started too late, "I don't drive. A two.wheelbike
I/I lit ed APARTMENT with complete Lot 29 Block S. Royal Harbor thus far taken advantage of the run, they will! need to under- car for the Cape. Next on
'Bllut.'ul wood k'c"Ubn. kitchen Near beech and overlooking, bay ......11. Coot said Capra. "The Martin Marl Korean CI Bill having completedor nand some of the fundamentals makes m* dizzy. Now I feel the agenda will! be the Piper
cultem So Ml II,&00. aacrific, 16950 etta people who ire stag. "
Av Corp.
thoppng 395 tth like an emancipated woman.
.'.. honor esod. low pric'd 4/8" being presently enrolled In if management," the Department Apache which Is presently undergoing -
""
MI log the show realized they were chronic tinker.
Jack Bunch
'mmed.t. d.lov.ry
: a
Lot 14 17th Ave So Aque form of educational or ,
2 IOU 1/IOt' FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY has. waterfront. coot |7.500. too far behind In January. That some th Vet. of Home Economics says. .r who owns a cycle shop, put an engine change plus
11 cu ft. AMC R.'o ..c'c.' ""O. Is when they yelled 'Help! They readjustment training, "Teachers need to btilld the complete: Interior modifications

Big, fraaiar at top ExcallantCondition Lot 11 Blvd H, lot seemed to think I could help crass Administration laid today. learning experiences around tricycle together and painting InOpa-Locka. This
Only |M if told TWIN BEDS MEDIUM SIZED Banyan gh Latest available figures show "Tt was a low day," he ex.
.qu/cHy Ml I 4I04 efler I pm. LIVING ROOM PATIO ON overlooking Gulf Sacrifice at them." basic concepts help students ihlp will be leaving around the
S.6 mil.
THE WATER TV CABLE 1 9&O. there are approximately plained.
O..p"r.uo Criaat type OVERLOOKS NAPLES BAY Naturally. Capra has not only listed In see the particular relationships ,5th followed early In June
lion
Korean veterans Mrs. Samuel husband
"
17" long > U" h f h a 12 deep PRIVATE DOCK FOR BOAT VINCE CONBOY made film classic like a.stHorizon" the other Lockheed which 1s
Good condition, |iO 00. Ml' 11224 INO' 4 FISHING Ml 14117' and "Mr. Deeds Goesto the VA's monthly tabulation of among concepts, and from these Emanuel, spotted It In a window, by> ,

4/2Ut Ill 5Ih Ave Psrhwey "America's living veteran," understandings help students paid $110."We also undergoing engine change

24-Mics. For lint I bdrm furnished ept Near p" MI 21741I1tI1j1Iffi Town, he has also science had sue.to and data furnished by the VA'f draw generalizations" the Department are married 38 year andI ind painting. Seats to Boston

a>aech and ehoppmg. Weekly Mid cess In Interpreting Department of Compensation, says1Maryland don't remember him buying or any city along the route
nthly or
SORRY SAL ta now a merrygel poor .roun.I his fellow man.
She uud Blue Luttre rug -ay 2 3041 / i RENEW YOUR "I started about 12 years Pension and Education disclose anything with such enthusiasm," Ire> available.

and upholitery cleener. Rent For rent large furnrnhnT'LI the 2,385,100 have entered the CIBUI Mr. Samuel ald. ''Th.,expect Air taxi flights were conduc-
1 .
Granade DRim'S LICENSE I azo. h* said was on Opens
electric' thimpooer II Naples bdrm Twin Lake 999
,
gcnooimg programs) me to get girlish figure. Al. ted LabIle Venice
my Tampa
Furniture Co. 4/29 Blvd 4/tltf board of Caltech and the school to ,
WINS MIR A further breakdown of this Pavilion ready I feel firmer" ort Lauderdale and Miami
Owner Urge lurmthed elli asked m* to help recruit Fair
eiency Air cond Stonecreft : film that second phase of thegmtest mass the week. the
Sorvke Off.r.dALCOHOLICS students. So I made a during Among
Apt. Ml 24155 or Ml 2 272E educational program ever under Flag
out the opportunitiesthat Without 148 flying Naples-
pointed passengers
..
IA'AL IHOWkl APT I taken In the free world the CI
ANONYMOUS .table Kelly Rd could be had In scientific BALTIMORE AP You'd Miami last week were Mr.
-
ceneeeva
Men Women w,th drinking, Bills of World War a and the ( ) LITTLE
problem writ P. O. Boo 1(4 2v24tl and Areca Ave Ml 2 4455 Notice To careers" Korean Conflict .. showed most think after 900,000 stitches, JFROM ind Mrs. I.W. PettlngtU. John

_ _
Naples. Op.n meeting every returned to film making,
H* of chose things would be all sewed up. and Jonathan Slater Ben Ruhl
Sam.. First the former CIs educa. l ,
Friday night
I.ptoot Church Annei tf Furn,tried I bdrm apt Adult PoliticalCandidates then he was presented with. tlon and training In craft, trade But, after sum hemmingand .sl? SPARKS. ien. Charles Jung, Mrs. J.N.

-RUBBER STAMPS that makea only Ml 22155 or 21139l24tf another challenge. Bell Tel* and Industry Total In that cat*. ( hawing) by New .'IWorld' R Pew, Mr, and Mrs. N.O. Sleg-

good Impreuon Any ana. -. u phone wanted him to make gory was 982,000. Fair officials, there's a ::; ; GIANT FOREST Mr.
fried Mrs. Harry Bradley
., ,
On* day vc. Collier County some television specials on id.
New U. Effciencie Day Week or Other categories IncludesBu possibility the Maryland Pavll. GROW! nd Mrs. Stuart Smith and Mrs.
Month. (IRIS MOTEL, Ml entitle subjects."I mess administration and man. ion might not Include a copy of FIRES

3e-Want To Buy '22302' or Ml t SIM. All political tuJvertUrmfiiUof took five years to make agcrlal 79,000; Engineering the 42J>y.30.foot star.ipanjled I.V. Pacem.
EBB TIDE APTS. four of them," Capra remarked. banner which flew over Ft. Me.'
11[ Sunday' NEIS must b. 187,000; Teaching 141,000; Med.
furnished efficiencies I mad back
WOULD LIKE TO BUY A Modern I'm not even sure Iclne veterinarian Henry ISO! years ago and Inspired
0000 7t M f. OUTBOARD and I bedroom apt. f50 a moK.lh' $1/1 the nowipsptr office b* my own expenses. But It was a denlstry Francis Scott Key to
MOTOR AT A REASONABLE Rd 4/2Uf Friday, not later than 4 p.m. and I like to tackle 81,000; Physical and biological NAPLES
challenge
write the word which becameour .
PRICE SEE GLENN TURNER sciences 41000.! FLY I
AT fOLLItR fOUNTy' NfVH 49-House>. For Rent For meekdajr publication ad'ertiiing challenging things. Of tile 2.3 million trained I,. national anthem MIAMI
?. be placedy
mu.
copy If 75! Baltimore
nut women
IS-Autos For Sal'. 1bdnm. 'un. "r..m hou.. > 4 p.m. the day prior to 207,000 went to colleges, while "
011 darn.
,
can rightfully
Each room has 51a500liding the remainder ware trained In say,
IM2 ThundarkirdHardtop R 4H door feeding to lerge ocro."od niert m. ThU it an abtolutaItadlirm Institutions below college level They worked seven week to
Power window ...,.. Fee porch Lovely beth with unkn and it II ttnaralljr .. --- make the flag especially for the New Year Round Daily Schedule
schools .
tory air condltonn Low mile tile tub N saran rn Sea Gate to th. advantage of the adirtiur 171111WANT correspondence on-th
ate Ml ,-.101 after S PM. School Ml' Jim. a/22.11 job and Gn4hfaxni training. fair.The
4/21.1' I bdrm. Pbath CBS dnlurnitned '. to place the Ad ai ADS In comparison the CI Bill for Maryland Pavilion opened Naples To Miami

154 BUICK FOR SALE lOll soupS for Move 4 ref early at pombU so that full last week without the flag: It
World PM.:
47S lOIN AVE. SOUTH til 10th St N Ml 2 '109 attention can b. given to eachHrertiiement. War n veterans' educa. 7.45 A.M. 1 H 1 :30 A.M. 3.45
too for the building.
was big
4/2IU T bedroom. Air cond, ,t. ..iji'IO' tlon found 7.8 million veterans
15004 wheel drive. Jeep Black. well circulating heater. Large a taking advantage of the benefits. "It should go In the United Miami To Naplos
white ...tt. aluminum cov.red crned porch util,ty room 'It 1 la a state advertising law Some I5mlllkonveteransof! WWII State Pavilion, and the last I
bumper I.thpol* holder ou" aed carport Completely' furihed hit all political adrertiilng heard about It that Is where It 903AM. 2:15: P.M. 500PM.
top with white cenva*. The Call Ml 21770 after are on the VA llstuig of iiv.
fempue roy Tomcat II I. SljWO' CallMl 'I PM 4/IUt be paid In advance mine the. Inc veteran while the Korean I.1 going," said Garret 0. Bill ('...Htlo". and Ktaervalioiia lo say point !I. th. world
22005 er MI 32877. '!"";Jdrm houM (n'ed. eloI triplicate check /ormi as aubtrlied Conflict shows 5.8 million. mire, acting executive director

41lUt Wou'l.iCheap. Ml. bdrm 2.3I9S houo alter S furmened: IS m Call under Florida itautea. Sine the CI Bill became *f.fectlvc A the Maryland Pavilion NAPLES AIRLINES

OslI.tf : Special pontloning of But a spokesman for the US
M'' .J6I7.. 4/2Ut In 1944, veteran of WW
Large 2 bdrm furnished houe Ads will not be sold and all II and the Korean Conflict have Pavilion said "I don't know Naples Airport C s*..re* J MIami Alrivrt

AIR rONO IWO OOOOC VS with city weter FIns Shedowlawn will be gIves the acme would it."
where
Ado received educational and train. w* put "B 4-1'11
AUTOMATIC POWER STCf RH4O School. Ml I 1Z7.2!i, rotAn, I MI J-S4J4
MAY TAKE TRADE SEE: careful attention. log benefit totaling more) than City Tlcstl office Npl. Trs el Agexy 4 Cwmrt

S AT PM SIS .Otn AVC SO AFTER It Payg T. A4nrtl.. 14 billion through June, 1983. Fvrryon R.aH. The SEWS -

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